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Corrected every Tuesday and I-'riday
by Stumm111er Bros.
Meat ............. . i2 ic
H1amns....................... .... c
Best Molasses, new Crop--. -- 1)c.
Good Molasses.'---........ 25(6 ;.
Corn ....................... .
M eal ............. . ----. --......
Hany....... ... ...... '----... 765
Wlheat 'lu .......... ..
VI Atent Flour ....------------ $4.05.
d Best Flour...----~~--------- $4.25.
Strait 1Foour..........'-'.------ $4.00
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.00(ri3.50.
S uagar .....................-- --....... ; 40 ,
Rice.-------------------- -........... 6 i(8 c.
Colfce-----'''-'----. -----------... ... I ( 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.15.
13ale Hulls, per cwt,.............. 0e.
flitter, per lb .---------.-......... I5 (20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 12e.
Chickens, each .---............. 12i(rt20c.
Peas, per bushel .------ ----.... 75e.
Corn, per bushel-----------....... 65c.
Oats, per bushel-................. 35(a -10c.
Sweet potatoes .................... 4O(!150c.
Turkeys, per lb ................., it) s .
Fodder, per cwt .................. 6(il 50.
COTTON MA itK El'.
(Cortctedt Semi-Weekly by J. W. Ga,y & Co.)
Mi'. J. Sheer, Sedalla, Mo., saved his
child's life by One Minute Cough ('ure,
Doctors had given her up to die with
croup. It's an infallible cure for
coughs, colds, grippe, pieumonia, bron.
chitis and throat and lung troubles.
Relieves at once. Robertson & G ilder.
Leggings and Hunting Coats at
f&t3t. Win. Johnson's.
The ladies of Piomaria and vicinity
will furnish an oyster supper at Bethel
Academy on the night of December 27th.
Proceeds to go to mission cause. 'ub
lie is cordially invited.
It takes but a minute to overcome
tickling in the throet, and to stop a
cough by the use of One Minute ('ough
Cure. This remedy quickly cures all
forms of throat and lung troubles.
Harmless and pleasant to take. It pre
vents consumption. A famous specific
for grippe and its after effects. Rob
ertson & Gilder.
Second hand buggy and a second
hand force pur:p, in good condition.
For particulars apply at this ofllce.
An Exception to the Rule.
A shop where you can get what you
want and when you want it.
STUA RT Bios.
E. H1. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
Some of the young people of Pros
perity and Newberry met on half way
ground, at the hospitable home of Mr.
L. M. Fellers on last evening and en
enjoyed a most delightful social.
"One Minute Cough Cure is the best.
remedy I over* used for coughs and
colds. It is unequallod for' whooping
cough. Child.en all like it, "'writes
H. N. Williams, Gontryville, Ind.
Never fails. It is the only harmless
remedy t,hat gives immediate results.
'Cures coughs, colds, hoarseness, croup,
Pneumonia, bronchitis and all throat
:andl lung troubles. Its early use p)re
vents consump)tion. Robertson & Gil
Parties owing mue by note, account
or other wise must settle at once.
t& f 60 F. A. SCH UMPMcrT, Agent.
Mouldidge, Lumber, Laths and
Sh ingles. STuA~' T unos.
E. HI. LESLIE, Manager. t&ftf
I am paying 2c. per pound for old rut-l
ber' boots and shoes.
H. S. Rightmire,
t&ftf- At Newbert'y Lautndry.
Chitat,ta and Firewvorks.
The city ordinance r'elating to the
'shooting of fireworks on the public
streets of the city, will be suspended
~for a couple of houris tomorrow,Saturday
evening, from 8.30 to 10.30 o'clock, in
order tolallow the young people a chance
to have the' - Christmas fun. So hold
uip and have your fireworks display
Sat.ui'day night after most of the teams
have left the city. Officer's will be on
the look out and see that the fireworks
don't begin too early nor' last too long.
If you need columns, balusters 0or atny
turned work, get our prices before buy'
lug. We will save you money. SatIs
faction guaranteed. STrUA wr H3uos.
E. 11. LESLIE, Manager. t&f ti.
Patterns are sold strictly foi' cash,
and are not exchangeable.
tf- S. J. Wooten.
County Allanco Meeting.
The Newberry County Alliance will
meet in the court house at New berry on
the fir'st Friday in .January, 1900, at 11
~o'clock in the forenoon. All Alliances
will send delegates. The subject to be
discussed is: Should.fertillizers be used
*at present prices.
C. F. Boyd, See.
Merry, Merry Xnias!
TiliNIIy, 1110, P'1111, Will 1i e Hrlyry
Owing to the fact that th fir,
:llonclay in Jarntary fasll eo
firKt 'lily of the tnonth, New Y1.rs
(lily, ia legal holiday, thiH year, Tuc,
(lay tle 2nd will be Halday. Every
body wIlo liaus inehs i>1
tionl with the Hallen sH1oId r<:rn, t,r
thi1- saIleday will b i on '1'Tu,fity
Janlutry 2nd, 1000.
VAIRoiU.- ANJI AL A lst; r.
l Ierry Christrnas to all.
Yesterday was the short-st day of t1,
Iostrnaster 1"air ha. rturued frf,m
Eugene S. 13ease. 1-.-t , if Salura,
was in the city yesterday.
Who could wish for prettler weather
than we have had thih fall.
N'othinig but passenger traind wi;l b>
opueratc:d on Chri;tmas day.
Mlr. .Jim Bradley went to r;ree,
Wood Yesterday on a bu,ir,f:., trip.
The mce,mbesrs of the city c:o.i
were sworn in this morning at .:1)
ir. ,1. W. %ifton La- rrovr hi3
family into the Lathresp fe,,,.: (); C;lir
ir. J. W. WVattr will er:r' a sto>re
house on his lot on Friend ttr"e': at an
'T'he street force has been b.v tl,
past week clearring up the f.itv for
11r. H. II. Greneker. Jr , will -rend
the holidays with his i-t_r. Mlrm. W.
F. Wright, in Tylerzviie.
Miss Marie R,za_in. who is atter:ding
Eliz.abeth Col-..,,. :b:-.r. ' . C.. is
at home for the boi-a,
I'olicetm,en ard ; , .:r :- ,-rrcInate
ofllcer, of the t A., . o
h'tiday evecr,ig, l)ei-:U. :r:..
If your taxe, ar, r>t pa * by ..e 31t
you will . be runr,nir.' a -. The
chances are again,-t *---r.
Mr. [U. P. Fcir. of t:c .Sadard 0:l
Co.. arrives in New erry t<r.,rrow to
spend Christmas week at home.
Miss Nellie White. If Geoa is on
a visit to her sister Mr. C. A. L)vicg,
and will spend the winter L.-re.
The postoflice will observe Sunday
hours on next Monday. Christmas day.
and the banks and pubile ot,ces will be
Mr. R. A. Greneker. Sr.. who has
been on an extended visit to h:s daugh
ter in Tylersville. returned home yes
Miss Maggie Jones. who teatbes the
Helena school, left this wornin^ for
her home at Ridge Spring to spend the
Dr. Van Smith has purcha.sed the
residence on Johnstone Street. next to
Col. C. J. Purcell. and will move his
family to the city.
Rev. Dl. P. Boyd, the new pastor of
the Newberry Methodist Circuit. ar
rived in Newberry yesteiday from
Greycourt with his ia.niiy.
R1ev. Chas. H. Armistr . Mf Green
ford, Ohio, has accepted the call of the
Newberry charge, and will arrive here
about February 1st, to take charge of
T1hat L'ang of loafers and vagrants
have begun to parade our streets again.
Newberry's old stand-by. Magistrate
Chappell informs us that he will give
them some attention as soon as the
bolidays are over.
Rev. D. Tiller and his interesting
family left on Wed nesday for their ne w
home in Blenheim, Marlboro County.
Mrs. Tiller and the children will soend
Cl'-istmas at Rowesville. Orangeburg
County, with her parents.
The many friends of Mr. Frank W.
Lever of Lexington County now pri
vate secretary to Congressoso Stokes,
will be pleased to learn that he stood a
successful examination a few days ago
in Columbia and was admitted to the
The Lee Stock Co'mpatty which held
the boards here last week is stranded
In Greenville. If they had any comi
performances excepting the little girls
-Keely sisters-and the Georgia
3rackers; they didn't put them on in
WVe have been requested to State that
Iho performance of the San Francisco
ninstrels which will appear on the
18th Instant, Is perfectly clean and uo
bhjectionable feature is allowed-so
adles can attend without having their
Mr. Tomn l'urcell, head dierk of one
>f the d1epartments of the J1. B. White
>stablishlment, of Augusta, which wats
>urned out a few days ago, came over
~o spend a while with his brother, Col.
3. J. Purcell, but had to return to
Augusta In response to a telegratu from
Dhitmasii' Serv~ice at the Chuirch of the Ke -
The Christmas Festival will be ob
ierved at the Lutheran church with ap
propriate services ou 8unday, 24th
.net. At It o'clock the pastor will
preach a sermon suitable to the ocea
Ion. A t 7 p. mn. exercises will be heid
.ndler the auspices of the Sunday
chool. An address will be delivered
y President Gleo, B. Cromier, and a
solletion will be taken for the benetit
yt the South View Orphan H.me
3alem, Va. The public is cordially in
~ efal )9. /ur ' Minat ti'" It,
''} l r i r ' the fie tr c;:s of the
ty Quo:i r.:ntly <:lected took the
J" :cai, ii i,~ the : -ag as foir the~
past y:4r, xi it} the c:xcep>tion of the
r;i r :5n.ative fr<or Ward 4.
''he:y are: all ac:ti ve young business
tmie:u and a, the: <;Io; of their respective
t<:rrt, : will rec:<ive the well done of
thlir: nt-j judging the future
by theijra t.
-r'ing annual report of the
.ir ard 'J'r:asurer of the city, will
how one of the most economical and
S'c:nful adrnir,ihtrations in the his
twry of the city with improvernents
pr:rurane:nt ir pro vc:rnents on the streets
and e;l:s:w'ri:re-that will more than
cornupar': with arny prtevious administra
ioi, and..otanrI as a labing monument
t1 businreh abilities of th- members of
he city (:ouncil of 181!9) and 1900, with
wr,at i. :xpe:ted to be accomplished
within the nrext year.
'he city council of this year went in
to of!ie: and inherited a standing debt
of abrloot $r ,n and not a cent to go
on. On thi- debt alone a considerable
bur has b:rn saver the taxpayers in
the way of intere=t, by securing the
mnr:ny at a cheaper rate.
The opera hou5e bonds have been re
funded at a considerable saving to the
city. which will in a few year+ run up
into the hundreds.
The streets are and .have been kept
in as good condition as, ever before.
Some have: been widened and macada
rnr3cd and in other ways improved.
lr.ock culvert- have been built to take
i tl e piace of small terra cotta piping and
I w.den waterways and bridges built
with rock buttments, which will prove
to be permanent fixtures.
One of the most necessary, conven
ien'. and handsome additions to the
opera house that could he thought of
and arranged has been built and is a
convenience to the public and in case
of a fire may -ave the lives of several
Against a record of something like
.CI collected for street duty by tbe
preceding council, the forthcoming re
port will show something like $1600
re=idF_ a nice little sum of back taxes
for the years of '97 and '98. The
amount coLlected in the levy of fines
wiil be something like $750, wh'le the
last report showed only $253.
A nice, large and convenient hall for
the colored firemen has been erected
and is something that has long been
Every department has been run on an
economical and successful basis and a
small reduction made in the tax levy
for the year. and all expenses paid out
of the funds in hand.
The report will be published within
the next few day. and the public cau
see for itself the record that has then
made, by comparing it with those of
It is safe to predict that at the end of
the coming year that many '.ire im
provements will have been n.ede, p)art
of the standing debt against the city
paid, the affairs of the city run on a
cash basis-and all with a reduction of
The council has been urged to press
the question of sewerage the coming
year. Trhis is a question, this writer
would think, that the people-the tax
payer should press, and we feel safe in
saying that should the citizens at any
time petition for an elect,ion on the
question, '.dat the city council would
order the election and would place no
impediment in the way of a successful
termination of the undertaking.
Working Day and Night
The busiest and might iest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Every pill is a sugar-coated
globule of health, that changes weak
ness into strength, listlessness into en
ergy. brain-fag into mental power.
They're wonderful in buikltng up the
health. Only 25c per box. Sold by all
Will please bear in mind that the
Telephone Exchange will observe Sun
day hours Monday, Christmas day.
tit. L. WV. Floyd.
Accidentally we happened to get yes
terday a copy of the report of the Scith
Eastern TaritY Association on the ri
ipection of our electric lights, showing
that the work in Newberry with one or
two slight exceptions, is without de
fect, and closes with these words:
"With the exception of the two last
risk noted, all the work in Newberry is
well done, being as a whole above the
average. The best material is used for
both open aed concealed work, and the
details of construction are carefully
carried out." Tilis is a compliment to
Superintenident Voss and goes to show
that he knows his business.
A SUR E CIURE FOR CROUP.
Twenty---tive Years' Constant Use Without a
The flrst indication of crou p Is hoarse
nees, and in a child suibject to that
disease it may be taken as a sure sIgn of
the approach of an attacke. Following
this hloarseness Is & peculiar tough
cougb. If Chamberlains Cough Rem
.dy Is given as soon as the child be
comes hoarse, or even after the croupy
cough appears, it will prevent the at
tack. It Is used In many thousands of
homes in this broad land and never
dissenointe the anxious mothers. We
have yet to learn of a single instance In
whIch It has not proved eff'ectual. No
other preparatIi can show such a rec
ord -twenity-tlve years' constant use
without a faillre. For sale by W. E,
TIlE (IRIEIt MEMOit,.
A Me'nuort, to bo Etabnihedu to the Me14-m
ory;of the Late Rev. W. Ml -(rier, 1).
I)., i1.. I) -Fritns Apked to
Cotetriiu to to This
1)r. Crier was one of the most useful
men of our generation. Early in life
he gave himself wholly to the Lord
.Jesus Christ, and served IIim with loy
alty and industry and afTection. As a
Preacher of the Gospel, President of
Erskine College, Professor in Erskine
Theologicol Seminary, and Editor of
the Associate Reformed Presbyterian,
he spent a very busy life. His endow
nents and acquirements were all of a
high order, and lie employed them
cheerfully and remittingly in the wide
field of usefulness afforded by these im
portant positions. Not only in South
Carolina, but in all this Southern Sec
tion, he was recognized by the fore
most workers in Christian education as
a worthy peer. As evidence of the es
teen in which he was held by these
workers he was twice offered the Presi
dency of the South Carolina Univer
But the days of his busy activities
have ended, and he rests from his la
bors. His help'ul influence has been
felt by many persons, and his name is
as ointment poured forth. In appre
elation of that fact, it is proposed to
perpetuate his memory and extend his
influence. In an effort to do so, the As
sociate Reformed Synod of the South,
of which he was an honored and be
loved member, adopted r t its last meet
ing the following plan:
Establish a fund to be known as "The
Grier Memorial h'und,'' the interest of
which is to be used in educating worthy
but itndigent young men. Also to place
in the Auditorium of the College a mu
ral tablet to his Imremnory. or if the con
tributions will justify it, eecet on the
campus a monument of Scotch granite
or marble. If the money contributed is
not sufficient, to erect the monument and
establish the beneliciary fund, the right
is reserved to use the whole amlount, in
erecting a monument. Itnt, surely,
surely, the men whose livts were mould
ed by his skillful hand, and others who
revere his memory, will feel the obli
Lat ion to perpetuate his work, as well
Iis his naive, in the institution of
which he was president for twenty eight
The undersigned have been appoint
ad to solicit contributions to carry out
this plan. We appeal to all persons
who call themselves friends of Dr.
Grier. We appeal to all persons who,
)s students, enjoyed the benelit of his
instruetions in the claes-room and of
his example in the formative period of
tbeir chztracters We appeal to all
those who derived profit from hearing
him preach the glorious gospel, or
were, in any way, benefitted by him as
a servant of the Lord Jesus Christ.
E. P. McClintock,
Ch'n Board Trustees.
F. Y. Pressley,
Pres. Erskine College.
P. S.-Please send your contribu
tions promptly to the Treasurer of
these funds. E. P. MicClintock,
Newberry, S. C.
"Hie Mistake, the Effect fer thle Cause.''
That is what the person does who
tries to cure rheumatism or any other
:lisease by relieving the symptoms.
Hood('s Sarsapatrilla attacks the cause
af these diseases. It nentralizes the
acid in the blcod and thus permanently
cures rheumatism. It tones and
strengthens the stomach, restores its
natural digesting fluids and perma
nently cures dyspepsia.
Hood's Pills cure constipation. Price
A New Telephone Line.
Messrs. Mat and Williams Coleman,
two enterprising business men of Hig.
gins Ferry were in town Saturday look
ing after the new telephone line they
pr-opose to have in Saluda by the first
f January. There is a switch board at
Mr. M. A. Coleman's home and a con
nection from there with the Newberry
2entral which has connection with
Greenwood, Clinton, Laurens, Spartan
burg and in fact the whole of the upper
part of the State. It is proposed to put
in a switch board at Maluda as soon as
the number of subscribers will justify.
Next year w ill find Saluda con nected by
telephone with the upperO part of the
State. There is already one line here.
And the railroad about as certain as a
thing of that kind can be. By the be
ginning of the next century Saluda will
have begun to be an important city
watch .--Saluda Ad vocate.
To Sellers of Freshl Meats.
In another column of thi:3 paper is
printed the ordinance relating to the
telling of fresh meats in the city of
Newberr'y, and1 we are requested to
state here, that the city authorities are
informed that this ordinance has been
violated in the past by.parties bringing
In and selling fresh sausage otherwise
than is provided for in the town ordi
nance. Fresh sausage comes under the
ruling of the ordInance in fresh meats
and the ordinance will be enforced in
that respect. Persons bringing in
fresh sausage from the country will
have to sell them from t,he public mar
GainIng a Wide Reputation.
As a cure for rheumatism Chamber
lain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide rep
utation. D. B. Johnston of Rlichmond,
Id., has been troub!ed with the al-'
ment since 1862. In speakIng of it he
saye: "I never found anything that
would relieve me untlil I used Chain
balaina Pain Balm. It acts like magic
with me. My foot was swolen and
pained me very much, but one good
application of Pain Balm relieved me.''
For sala by W. E Peam,- Dr....-t
F~avore tho Sprisig F"c"nlival.
M1r. l';ditor: Noticing in a recent is
SUbe of you' paper AL suggestion that a
spring festival he given here next
spring in order to help the city and
muote thoroughly advertise tbroughout
the country I'.s lany advantages in
the dilerent branches of hu siness,
I take t,his method of heartily up
proving the suggestion, and as the an
nual coninnicat,ion of the Grand
Lodge I O. 0. P. will meet in Newbr
ry on the 25t,h of A pril, composed of
representatives from all over the State,
I would suggest if there is any proba
bility of having the spring festival that
it, would be well to arrange for it iir
ing the week of the session of the
Grand Lodge, nnd as the Odd Fellows
will soon begin making preparations
for the intertainment of the Grand
Lodge, thcy would gladly unite with
any project which would be for th. ip
building of our city. N.
A Card from Congreianan Stoken.
Mr. iEditor: Will yoU kindly permit
ie space to say to your readers that, on
last Saturday the l'ostmaster General
signed the order which grants toSouth
Carolina what 1 have been striving for
more than a year past to obtain for the
whole country. This order provides for
the free delivery of mail along every
star route in South Carolina. It will
be understood that the star routes in
clude all mail route3 where the rmail is
carried through t,he country by private
conveyance. There are 87: of these
routes in South (arolina--quite a num1
ber of which run through your county
--so that they touch almost r'very
neighborhood in the State.
This seriece will begin July 1st next
for a term of fonr years, all that is
necessary on the part of the people liv
ing otn or adjacent to one of these mail
routes, in order to secure wee delivery
of their mail, is to erect a box ont the
roadside in such position that the cir
rier can reach it without, leaving tle
seat, of his vehicle, and then direct tite
postmaster to send your mail out by
As this service is being Undertaken
i an experimental way, and in South
Carolina only, upon my snggestion and
urgent recommendation, I may be par
doned for feeling some anxiety for sue h
results in the whole State as will justi
fy the assurance I have given here.
Much is depending upon the interest
shown by our people.
As a first evidence of proper interest
and appreeiation, I hope our people
will crect neat boxes-don't be content
with any old wastc box-and let them
be ready for the first trip of the carrier
under the new contracts next July.
J. Win. Stokes.
House of tepresentatives, 'Wash i tig
ton, ). C., Dec. 12, 1899.
MtIlionn Given Away
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lic to know of one concern in toh land
who are not afraid to be generous to t he
needy an<d sufftering. 'rThe proprietors
of D)r. K(ing's New D)iscovery for 'ott
sumtption, Conghts and( Colds, have
given away over tenl million trial bot
ties of this great medIcine; andl have
the satisfaction of kniowing it has ab
solutely cured thousantds oif hopeless
cases. Asthtma, Brontchitia, Hloarse
ness and all diseases of the l'Troat,
Chest and Lungs are surely cured by
it. Call on all Druggist, ando get a trial
bottle free. Regultar size 50c. antd $1.
Every biottle guaranteedi, or prico re
The Mtnstrela Comning.
Mr a. .Joe THal', advancec agent tot' the
fanmous San lFrancisco minstrels, was
here yesterday andi arr'anged for t.he
appearance of his excellent coinpany of
artists on Thursday next. The follow
ing notice is fr'om the Pittston, Pa.,
"JIames IH. Whitney's San F'rancisco
Minstrels which appeared in the opera
house last night made a decided hit and
each individual performer will be t'e
membet'ed tot' some of tbe most elevet'
wvork ever seen upon the stage. The
music was an especially line featut'e
'.nd to individualhze would he to say of
one of these really tine vocalists what
applies to all. Uicatuvias, the contor
Liontist, was a show in himself. .Jamcs
Carroll and Cook and Hall, each in his
line would he hard to surpass and the
audience showed its appreciation of
their clever work. Geot'ge L. P'latt,
the phenomenal male alto was great,
not only as a male alto, hut also as a fe
male impersonator. Hugh McVey, the
club jugg let', probably surpassed anty
thing in his line ever seen on out' stage.
Mons [Lou is, the .JLatnese wire artist,
and JIohn Goss, comedian anid novelt.y
artist, pleased the audience immense
The Veronee Comedy Company.
The Veronce Comedy Company is
holding forth at the opera house every
night this week-giving p)erfor'manccs
at popular pt'ices that htave not been
equalled here at higher prices for sev
oral seasons. This company deset'ves bet
ter patronage--that is If the people of
Newberry want any kcind of perform
ances at the opera houtso. The actors
are all good, and the specialties hard
to beat. Miss Veronee is a "litt,lc
peach" and captivates hter audiences
and has a sttrong second in Miss Gray,
one of the tr.nst bewitching lit,tle emo
tional actresses that, ever' appeared on
the Newberry stage. GIve thetm crowd
ed houses tonitght, tomorr'ow afternoon
and Saturday ight. They deserve It.
The E'lite Photo. Studio is now
making 6 nice little minucto phtotos
for only 21) cents; 6 nice little cardl pho0
tos for 50 cents; 6) nice large photos fort
T5 cents. Trhese are their holiday
prices and last only thtrou gh D)ecember.
Call and have your p1icture made.
Oposite R. (iLWilliaas' f&.
'h)e (to (i(,1 or (1real.
Inl (iodl we II'ust, ".rallid W1orll fromn Zlt
ore al''ros thl it 'Jansl,aal plain,
AS IlOer and lli'itait tak Ihleia' stand
A id I ('et its fo mlalt Olne'n again.
GilI help B, now Our' oath to I(+ep;
liireling' we our eballenge iling:
l" 'icIot11 or. (leatl, cold sle p,
Ay ech0es catch 01ur riplesing
Bleneath tall palhs a whispeired creed,
I,ife ive up1 it,, weakening hohl
\n<d la ('a' I from tlh(' (Gospuel of
'1i1e.e ar1'e th InLarty,'1'. of gold:
'T'hey (ie for the yellow loom of catrth,
Th'lat, dlattina( the (ihlistiatl's( 5ol.
Ilec . ISt9. - . . . 1.
It. It. It. FO01t lAD I) 5.00)I).
I1totl (4( ,1 -'r('.
lla Blood entttsev lIloo(l an:1 Skin
Iis aes'tte:, I'rulitioiu, 'ilplea(, ti'roftl
lat, ltting Sures, Ea:tf ax, ('l,,ger,
mra, Skinl seabs. t';:II Ison0H1tH anttd Or:H
on Children, Rheumtlatlitii, ('atarrh
Itliing Iinlumor., etc., it imsitive 41)e
cifie c(. re is fotnd iII It. Bi. It. (liot a te
Blood 13:am,) the B ust wutalerful blood
puriller of the ac;ge. It h1as alwatyra
curt.d eveII the ilOst deep seate, per
sistent ca:'e, after docltor:- andl( p)aat-n
n:e(Icinea( hatd all failil. it. 1t. ,;.
eures by driving lit oi the blood thr
l)1)isonl4 1tad httlors which ase ail
these troubles, and t rn i4 hi thtus niaide
11h11t ia+ permnennet. C'untag;ious Bilood
Po(ison, producing I':rnl,tionas, Swollen
(ilatnds, 11Iceralted!c Th'r(anl rnd Mouth,
i;to., cured by 1.. It. It. At druggists,
l ptr lirge butt i( l; mi; large bottles
(full treatilnin ) $5. Wirii( for I"re.
Trial tleh. wilhl wt ill I.- -on t hv r-)'
tu'n r. ail. M'edi('al 1dvire FRE.E..' A 1
dres It,oot) I, t.'at ('o., A t laita, (Ia. ly
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK ?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the news
papers is sure to know of the wonderful
cures made by Dr.
- the great kidney, liver
and bladder remedy.
- r it is the great medi
cal triumph of the nine
teenth century; dis
covered after years of
_- scientific research by
Dr. Kilmer, the emi
- nent kidney and blad
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful In promptly curing
lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid trou
bles and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
form of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kd1mer's Swamp-Root is not rec
ommended for c' -ything but If you have kid
ney, liver or blAdder trouble it will be found
just the remedy you need. It has been tested
in so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to pur
chase relief and has proved so successful in
every case that a special arrangement has
been made by which all rcaders of this paper
who have not already tried it, may have a
sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
When writing mention reading this generous
offer in this paper and
send your addre's. to -. '. @,,...
Dr. Ktlmer & Co.,Bing- . '1l11 '
hamton, N. Y. The I"' "
regular fifty cent and nome of swamt>-noot.
dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.
['ine Watchs lin.Rigs, liiroac hes, St,Li'
Sleev and Lintk liiutins, Sil veir
Novelt.ies, SilIver' Tlalla Wvare,
Cii G,Classx, GIold and SilI
v'er Spectacles~ and
TOY S& DOLLS
Wh1ich wo will cloisei out, as wo will
<lisconltinulo keeping them.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
qis up Again,
"what shall I
and1 he will give you a few leas, vIz:
MIIfLitOlS, In Gold,' Silver and1(
Wrought Ir'on finish.
CANDELA BiA, in Gold, ,Wr'ought,
Iron fInish and in leHtiue.
SMOKI NG SETS, fnk Stands, P'aper
wveights, Stationer'y, Picturesc, Vases
and Loving Cups.
wr.wsr Munu firt*wg
STAT1 O1 SO:'1' l CAROLINA,
()UNTY Ol Nl0W15IC iH Y IN
sarih J. Mia(lett, IM at tIe .1 . tloaln iI
-John C' lJalfttere, I'htintiflfi, nagainyt
I:lizatbeth II. N( trriii, ilenry i Achin
:loan,.lhn h a ('lvin SOll, ,\Iert 1;.
Nloan, Jieiijaunin J . Sloan, hamnuel
A. ~loan, 1urt \T. Sloun, Eiu;nmna H.
Norris,.iohn 1, IIulhri, 'I'homn
\v'il4orn, Anrnie w\ilsoni, Frank wViiorn
tnd Alice Wilson, I)fendantt.
SiuIn i0 s for ICylitf.
To io )efendants above named:
1Y otu AItE, IIlEIt1I:; SUi
uloned and( rIlired to answer
t ihe coit)aiut ill this action of which
a copy is herewS ith served upon
you, and to serve ai SCOC)y of your
2a114w1,r to the Said complaint, on the
slibscribers at their otlico at Newherry
( -11urt ilouMC, South Carolina, within
tw%enty (lays after the service hereof;
exe.I(isive of the day of such service;
and if you fail to lkilwer the complait
within (he timie ail,reyai(1, tho plaintifi
in 1his action will I,apply to the Court
1i r I he relief (enanled1 in the corn.
I)ated Newherry, H. C., November
':i, A . 1), I ::t!,
iIN It' & IIUN'T,
To the . I)efenduant, IIenry AreiI
sloanl, TJhomt1t Wilson, A\nnie wVil
401n, Frank Wion and Alice Wilson:
TatI'ke not inthat theo t unlanint in the
abov'e entitled acetion was fIed In the
oillie of t ie ('ir1k of the ('oulrt of (Com
tuuCn hIletNs for Newberry ('ounty
on the 23rd day el November, A. 1).
M8o. IIUJN'I' & li;NT,
I'laint.iilY' A I torneys.
fillEuT lL U81 AT
Hats, Shirts, Collars,
Silk Har ukerchiefs,
Men's Odd Pants.
I:.ver.t,hin mtint ttoned above at re
dlu(-d prir(tC to clou heforc the sea:tol
('oine to see ts oiten.
And all kinds of
See our special Plush
Capes, $2.50 to $5.00.
See our line of Jackets
$3.00 to $10.00.
See our marked down
Dress Goods for bar
gains arnong them for
See our 428 Black
Ribbed Hose, extra
'heavy extra value.
See ouri line Ladies' Under..
Sp)ecial heavy UnJeion Suit
Special heavy Fleece Lined
See OUr 8c. Outing, splen
did( value for the price.
See our line Damasks with
Napkins to match.
We are aa xious to show you
th rou . h t ' stock. Every de-,
partment i up to the usual
Weo promiso you polite attontior-,
reliable goods at pricos ats low as can
bo nmado. We (1o not soil shloddly
goods. WNo (10 Roll good clean mrer..
chandise, and ask you to look in <ni
us while doing your Docemnber st.op..
pmng. Yours truly,