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E. It. AU L,. E1)IT1en.
ChrIKI tut (et Irrl le)br ,tt Ill(eee .
9The ('hristmnas exeriss by the
Illelenat Sunday School at the 1Ielena
churclt on Tuesday night, was at mag
nilicent success, and many were the
happy little hearts that wended their
way home with their l;ricks--boxes
filled with good things--frotnr the
Christmas chinmey amd presents hand
ed out by ol Santa ('Iaus hiaself at
the close of the evening's entertain
Magistrate Chappell made an excel
lent Santa Claus and knew how to
please the little ones. Eveiryhody pres
cnt, enjoyed the occasion very ttch,
and to those who superintended the
getting up of the e.ntertainment for the
children is due much creit for the
Inalnilleent succe-s. The excellent ad
dress by IRev. Nl r. I letbert was enjoyed
by all present.
A l'o lair .i ' i1st le r,
The many friends ofIt' lv. NI. M.
Kinard, of ('oatbia, a native of New
berry, will be pleased to learn that he
has been voted the mlost popular minis.
ter in the city of ('o!tml'ia in a onti(st,
in which fftten mniusters had been en
tered. As a result of the halot he was
given a hatndl-ome book etase. Mr. K'i.
nard has always heen popuila in New
berry, his native city, and his manaly
friends liere rejoice to hear of his pop
ular"ity at his present Iomne.
('ards of invitat ion have b ten is,ut'tl
for the narriage of \i i-s I'.annie Shel
dlon1, of WVestministtr, S. ('., and \Ib.
.1no. V. Kiblr, of our city, to take
place at the holne of tit l'rcie on 'Tu, s
diay, -January :2nd.
The narriag of I'r"ttf. I) I). \\'allac'
of 'otlford ('tlll-gt anal Mli.-s Sophie
Willis \laans is antilnced by Cards of
invitation received in Newher ".ry to take
place on .laauary It" hu itn Sp:u-talhml-1
at the homle (If t h bil,.'5 it .es M1'.
aid \I a. Ilohi t .\. Adam.
ards of i!nvitation have bt 1t re.
'cvived in Newhtrry fttr" th lltl'riag;"
of NIi:s ('orr'ie louneal ani Ir. ('iarls
'ann Wootl, :t ('; tlartowt, (;a.act
.lanu;ary Ilth. 'Phe brhh-- to-he is the
eldest d3auglt' ' of .\lr. J;1. 1.alu,n
.1louseal, a fo,rmaler wel l-kn-,;at Newla r
1ititle of ias. Nait (ist.
Tie sad news was ree'ived in this
city on last Tuesday mnorning of th'
death of b-. 7tlatt,ie \lec_'aughrin (;ist.
wife of NJIa'. Nat (;ist, in ('la-lotte, N.
C., the evening aefore, taf; ' an illn4.
of only It few days. 'I'he .ad intelligence
east a gloom over' our city, for .\lts.
(Ust, wh o had left Newer-r only a few
'eeks before to ralte' her limte in
Charlotte, nalbered amnong lt-frienis
all who had ever c"t her anal many
wiatho only knew het' by reltatic)r; as Ia
noble little c'hlristini womnan. Sle wili
ihe second daughter of the late lioht.
I. 11ec'augbrin and was in the :12nd
.vear of her age. She leaves a iosh-u i
and two little children, with many t"el
altves a c rtaricds to r,to"uur he dI.e.apac'rt
urae, lIer'c r'emains wvere I-eta: era
l"ewvber'ty ''Tiiitda am c on ta \\'elaa.a
tafterntetn wa-, htiad to a est-t ini losemon'aat
( ernectery icn thle prc'ese'na'e of aL l.ge
conieoa'se of t a'bit iaes ad fiendiis.
(':ret oft 'Tluamlif.
NIt'. l'nuironi: WXill yout kimally pec'-mit
ite throautgh youra papervc tic athak the
gotd pceopale acf A veleighI 'cngregiationt
arid tt ira fiis, whoaa have dlite sa
mceh tat mtaki cie andl myi famcii ly hit>
lpy adurina tlCristmats acal chwea'ful
thioughi thle ecmiing yeart. Th'ley hcav'e
expriesed thIteir' e steemi foand atatttacha
men'at to uts both befor'e tand sincte the
hiol iday's begiana, Ii nmany' lpresencts ancd
somie v'ery' v'ahmible occes. To'c say~ that
these acts oft k i ndlness ar.ce hiighItly aip'
prieciatted Icy uts, is a mild wtay to ox
lpress it. We w Ih Ito attssin-'e thleii
haowev'er', that if we suravivie t he hioliiday
feasts fitr wItieh the haa'v te so amcMay
prtov'ideda, we will ti'y duiing the comca
lug year' to Iccove ourisclvyes or'thiy oft
the coat idence iad love t hey have r'e
Icosed ini ii. And if we fail ini thte at
tempt, they tay at t.'ibte it to thte fiact
thatwe ro aziy idulingouarselves
which are gifts fr'omi themi. Anil if tat
any timo they' shtould be disposed to icn.
vestl iat lie att er' the y shat ind th il Ie
Manise hall IIlihteal withI thec lamp I they
praovided, to reeive thiemt. Itay th'e
Loa bless. thtese ideta' pteople with itall
Newiberray, S. C., I )ee. 2';, I18ta
nin 8' eeal lay cn's wuanic.
Atnotherl gret adiscvery has beenat
inacdo, andatl ltooci, bay ta I'idy In thisa
Cctry''.."I )se':'e~ tastd i lt.a c Ilatohtes
lipInt hert andca fact soee years a-cle wtith-'
stood I(it 'veres t t-etta, hcnit her vital
organls were anideiriled(c acid ideathI
atteitlne limmiienit. Fortt three cnothcs
she couighiedl incesantly, andio coildi nt
sl;eep. She finatlly dilseovered ai way tot
recovery, bay pitrchast-inlg oaf uts a btattle
of Dr. Khig's New DIscovery for Cont.
ciu tnptioni, andias soit tiuchtll telilevedl
oni taiking first doise, that shel slept till
nIght; anid withI tw~io boattles has1 bteeni
abs*oluttely acred. Hera nameic it M!rs
Luthe~r Ltitz. Thluis wratit WV. 0. H nan
nilek & Co., of She~lby, N. C. Tlrhial
bottles free at till Drucg Stocrec.
Regulair scize' 500 and 1.00. Every hot
A QUICK CUREi FOR
COUGHS AND COLDS
Very valuablo Remedy in all
affectionis pf the
THROAT or LUNG$
Large B3ottles, 25C.
DAVI8 & LAWRENCE CO.a LIrnilted,
dro 's of Perry Davhs' Patn-Killer.
iIr. Andrew Willis, aged about 10
years, (ied It his home inl Saludacourn
ty on Suntlday last,.' HIis reinaus were
blurlled at Ilethany chureli Monday af
('hallic Moseley, son of Mr. W. A.
Moseley, died at 1'rosperity on Tuesday
of this week.
,Mrs. Huthl Morgan, wife of Mr. But
ler Morgan, died on Thursday morn
ing of paralysis. Ifer remains were
buriedl t,his morning at Ebenezer, IRev.
1). 1'. lloyd conducting the funergi ser
"Timo J bout ia Fair 1'ay."
I have served the people of Newberry
(ounty for abttoost. 20 years and now I
ask a return of favor. I have in my
New Store, on I,aw Range all kinds of
fresh fatnily Groceries, Which I am
anxious to exchange for cash.
I don't want to iake a fortune In a
day: but am willing to give a full dol
lar's worth for every 100 cents spent
witrh Ie. A. C. TioMAsON.
Te(lls the story. Whlen your head
aches, and yotu feel bilious, consti
p ated, a1tnd! out of tu111, with your
sionuth sour and no appetite, just
buy i package of
And take a dose, from 1 to 1 pills.
Yot1 Will be strpri:eI at, how easily
they will do their work, cure your
headache :u biiousness, rouse the
livetr and ntke yo'i feel htpiy lnean.
2cents. Sold by all tnedicinoc (delrs.
W(1 rceived( dluring the
HLL I S,
and we will ('ndeavor to continuno to
pleaso you tho coming,
Our host Wishes to all.
To all who make thei
well selected stock of
Apples, Oranges, Bami
In fact everything that
for young and old.
Fire Crackers a
We have no old stock 1
call. - Youra~ &c.
We havt- just r"eceived
a big lot of
Suit;albb fo: Ir a Swa icarth, a
c t"r, 'uthers or \i hatvo
cr n: i l i
boijl( tId W' at.hes,
Chains, n!3 t f;"och(es,
F tick Pii s C ti ffB ttons,
Uolar Buttons, Studs,
'. <,f Si lver and Ebonv Nov
oltie, j . :rrv,..; big lot and good
assortnoit. Uan sell yoU a present
from 10c. to $100.
See our Gold Pens with Pearl
Htandles att $1.25.
Big lot of Ivorino Stationery will
arrive one lay t his week. Como 11and
soo us. Yours truly,
DANIELS & CO.
TO THE LOVERS OF
Como and seo our handsomo dis
Which wo offer at prices to suit every
one's pocket. Don't, ho afraid to
como and look, oven if you don't buy.
W\o consider it a pleasure to show
our goods. You won't know what
we have unless you como and look.
We also have on hand a vory artistic
Calendars for 1900.
Don't Forget the Place.
tJOILNER DRUG STORK8,
r purchases from our
1i1as, Grapes, Candy,
goes to make Christmas
Nd Fire Works
'rom jobbers. Give us a
tockholdc!f' AnlllIl3 Meotill.
p1;1 ANNIJA1L M1E''ING Oi1 TIE
Stockholders of the National Bank
of Newberry, S. O., will be hold at the
olllen of the I'resident at Newberry, S.
C., at II o'clock a. n., Tuesday, the9th
diy of January, 1900, for the purposoof
electing directors and for the transac
tioo of such other business as may "ome
before the meeting. Stockholders will
ileaso attend or be represented by
proxy. T. S. DUNCAN,
December 28th, 1899. Cashier.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
N OTICE IS lIt'13Y GIVEN
that the Town Council will hold
an election on Friday, December 29th,
1899, at 7.30 o'clock p. in., for the fol
Clerk an Treasurer at a salary of $50
Chief of Police at a salary of $50 per
Three Policemen at $35 per month
Or:e Street Overseer at a salary of
$35 per muonth.
Lamplighter and Janitor at a salary
of $20 per month.
Application must be in handwriting
of applicant, except that of Lamplight
er and Janitor, and handed to the Clerk
of the Town Council before the hour of
nteeting. Application will be con
sidered from each applicant for one
positiont only. For any further infor
nation apply to the Clerk and Treas
JNO. C. GOGGANS,
Dec. 22, 1899.
STATE OF SOUTii CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Edward R. HIIpp, Plaintiff, against
Iveson Johnson, Defendant.
Summons for Relief.
To the Defendant above naned:
Y OJ ARE IIIEEI3Y SUMMONED
and required to answer the con
plaint in this action, of which a copy is
herewith svrvcd upon you, and to serve
a copy of your answer to the said com
plaint on the subscribers at their olice
at Newberry Coutrt House, South Caro
lina, within twenty days after the ser
vice hereof, exclusive of the day of such
service; and if you fail to answer the
complaint within the time aforesaid,
the plaintiff in this action will apply to
the court for the relief demanded in
Dated December 20th, A. D., 1899.
SCUUMPERT & HOLLOWAY,
To the Defendant above named:
Take notice that the comn plaint in the
above entitled action was filed in the
ofice of the Clerk of Court of Common
Pleas for Newberry County on the 20th
day of December, A. 1) , 1899.
SCIIUMl'1";T'r & HOLLOWAY,
And all kinds of
See our special Plush
Capes, $2.50 to $5500.
See our line of Jackets
$3.00 to $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 line Ladies' Under
Special heavy Union Suit
Special heavy Fleece Lined
See our 8c. Outing, splen
did value for the pr'ice.
See our line Darnasks with
Napkins to match.
We are anxious to show you
throudi our' stock. Every de
partment is tip to the usual
We promise you polite attent ion,
reliable goods at prices as low as cain
be made. We do not sell shoddy
goods. We do self good clean mer
chandise, and ask you to look in on
us while doing your Decembor shop.
pmng. Yours truly,
Beas o he Kind You Have wAys Bought
[NOTE -.The cales herein ad
vertiead will tak? place on
TueCNday, January 2nd, 1900,
as Monday, January 1st, is a
(iilifor<d SmJNwde"n et all., P'laintifl'a,
Jim. ML..l-'hn ttone, E:x., et all., D)eftnd
IER Oli):i Cl (OUltTl m.EREIN
1 will Pell to the hight st bidder, bo
fore the Coi I t huutr,: at Newbel ry, S.
C., on s:tlechay in Janua iry mt xt,
All th"<. Inu of I,lan lr the, tow"n of t
New bhri y, Southt (Jtarottna, containing
t"wen:tv-1ix one-hundredths of an acre,
i1Ore ir Im,":, fronting on Philip Street
and n:ht rwi:.n oniiel by lands of
Anon -om's an, oI) 11I. W hetl, r..
'T'.'rnrs of 8 .: one-half cash, bal
anc: iI*t ah ,.ni1t UI10 ye:ir. w iit Interest
foma dy of sat:', to b1. se:r. d by bond
of purchaser and mortgage of premises
Purchaser to pay for papers and
W. D. HARDY, Master.
Master's Olice, Dec. 5, 1899.
The Scottish-American Mortgage Coi
pany, Limited, Plaintiff,
A. J. libson, Adm., &c., Lula I. Long
et al., Defendants.
B Y ORDER OF' COURT I WILL
sell to the highest bidder, before
the court house at Newberry, S. C., on
saleday in January next,
All that tract or plantation of laud
situate in Newberry County and State
aforesaid, containing one hundred and
fifty-seven and one-half acres, mttoro or
less, and bounded by lands of the es
tate of Isabella Blair, Dr. D. A. Can
non, Frank Ring and Geo. M. Long.
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bal
ance in one and two years, with inter
edt from day of sale, to be Secured by
bond of purchaser and mortgage of
premises sold, with leave to antici
pate payment in whole or in part.
Purchaser to pay for papers and '
W. D. HARDY, Master.
Master's Otlce, Dec. 7, 1899. (
David A. Ruff in his own right and as (
Adi., &c., Plaintiff,
Henry Cald well et al., Defendants.
BY ORDER OF COURT I WILL
sell to the highest bidder before
the court house at New berry, S. C., on
saleday in January next,
All that tract of land situate in New
berry County and State of South Car,
ina, containing twenty-five acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
the estate of T. S. Boinest, Mrs. J. B.
Counts and the '"home place."
Also, all that tract of land situate in
the county and State aforesaid, known
as the "home place," containing two
hundred acres, more or less, and bound
ed by lands of T. V. Wicker, Drayton
Kinard, the said twenty-five acre tract S
and by the Columbia road.
Also, all that. tract situate in the
county and State aforesaid, containing
59 acres, more or less, and bounded
by lands of 0. 0. )eWalt, ). T. Liv
ingston and lands belonging to the
children of Glenn Mette.
Also, all that other tract ofiland sit
uate in county and State aforesaid, con
taining two hundred and sixty acres,
more or lass, and bounded by lands of
the estate of !. A. Counts, G. G. De
Wait and othlers. This tract may be
sold in two or more lots, if so, plats of
same will be on exhibition on day of
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bat
antle on a credit of one anld two years,
with interest from day of sale; credit
portion to hia secured by bond of pur
chaser azn<l mortgage of premises sold.
Purchaser to pay for papers and
Mast er's Offce, Dec. 5, 1899.
Julia Lynn, Thos. M, Belgga et al.,
Nanie L. Cromer, Defendant.
B ~ORDER OF THlE CIRCUIT
cout Iwil sllto hehighest b)id- 6
der, before the court house at Newber
ry, S. C., On saleday In January next, j
All that plantatio)n (If land situate in
the coun ty of Newberry and State of r
South Carolina, contaIning two hun
dIredI and sixty acres, more or less, anti v
bounded by lands (If E. C. Briggs, es
tate (If John and William Ducket, and
others andl by Knoree river.
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, bal- C
ance In one and two years, with inter
est from (lay of sale, secured by bond of
purchaser and mortgage of premises
Purchaser to pay for papers and
W. D. H ARDY, Master.
Master's Offce, Dec. 7, 1899.
The National Bank of Newberry, South
Alexander Singleton and Ellen M. La
B Y ORDE~R OF~ COURT, DATED
November 4, 1899, I wIll sell to tihe
highest bidlder, before tihe court house
at Newberry, S. C., onl saleday in Jan
All that lot gi land in tihe town of '
Newberry, S t4te of South Carolina,
containing one-half acre, more or less,
and bounded by Pratt street, St.
Luke's Episcopal church lot, the'Pres
byteriarn church lot and McMorrisE
Terms of Sale: One-third cash, hal
an~ce in one and two years, with~ Inter
est from day of sale, to be secured by
bond (If purchaser and mortgage of
premises sold. The buildIngs on pIrem
Ises to be insured and policy assigned
Purchaser to pay for papers and
W. D. HARDY, Master.
Master's Office, Dec. 8, 1890.'
IN OR DER TO CLOSE OUT HE~R STOCK OF
BIEFORE THlE SE~ASON IS OVER,
MISS BESSIE RISER sl
will for'th enext 30days, aell overy thing a
IN HAT8, FEATHERS, ETC.,
at GREATLY RIEDUCED PRICSS.
K R A ALDMKM
This would make a pretty and useful
Half doz. beautiful Laco landkorchi
Half doz. beautiful Lace llaudkorchi
And finer ones at $1.50, 51.75, $2.00
Those "Twice Around" Ties aro bean
Wo aro offering nmany pretty articles
JOME E ARLY while the
See our Rugs, Art Squares, Carpets,
W'll be pleased to show you whethei
Thanking you for past platron ago amn
I amil) yours truly,
$. 3~. WrT
C H Iu
As Christras is fast approaching, ov
hero to buy Good Substanti
IN THESE DAYS
aood Serviceable and Us
nore appreciated than
)nly good to look at.
If you will call in to see
show you a great many tl
)ood and useful present
1 GOOD SUIT OF ULO'
A NICE OVERCOAT,
A NOBBY HAT,
A STYLISH SH]
A NEAT PAI
A GOOD t
ud in fact anything to be found in a I
tore. Allof theso you will find fresh
C:I )oM EJ ?lvTE3
A PULL 1
This line is known to the trade as
all line of latest styles of Lad1ies a!
2.00 to $3.50.
In medium gradle we carry a full 3in
lutton and Lace. This is the best 1i1
3arket. 8 to 12-$1.00. 124 to 2--:j
A line of Box Calf Shoes in Lace, $1I
aluos over offered. Also full line of
Come to see us, we will sell you bot(
The Shoe HIouse, 2
freets His Friends in
~nd asks a COnl..f
He will be glad to U
hiow you his goods in
nd to sell to you. '3
ALL TO .iE 1111
VHAT WILL YOU GET
IN 'II': JIN.;1 o1
NOTIONS, 1)RY (IOODS AND
IlO1 lI)AY ( OODS
That will bo Sold at Wootons.
'ho Inark&os of th) world have
tien (Irawn on to - l P'lly our needs and
to wonderful display of beautiful
odis mworth coming niles to Bee.
And tlo'ro is a saving to be effected
0. Such1 val ue, such beauty, style
nid f,ohless s:houlol have a higher
rico et on it. But little figures rule
p ro s o n t to a la d y , a n d is c h o a p aio rx $
ofs in1 soparato boxes $1,00
i in rate boxes $ 1.25
itios-ask to soo thon.
in the way of Glovo Casos, Pictures
SELECTION IS GOOD.
Table covers &c.
you buy or Iot.
I wishing all a merry Christmas.
FM A S'
orybody is beginning to think about
[Il PreseIts for their friond.
eful Presents are much
pretty ones that are
us, we will be glad to
iingsthat would make
t OF SHOES,
'irst Class Clothing and Furnishing
Q11% ..LL: i
eing the beat on the market. A
1 Misses Button and Lace Shoes
of Ladies' M~isses' and Children's
e of medium grade Shoes on the
i.50. Ladies sizes 2 2.8---$1.50.
00, $1.25 and $1.'75-the greatest
loys' School Shoes that are great
r shioes for the price than any one
Iowbo)rry, S. 0.
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ourbok tor uti yo fndjus th
yourfrieds wnt.Theyare ere
ou bonoktor ail ou find J uot h
yookfrns wnt.n beare tho.
beulu bidigsBok of ng
ets, in plain bindings. Every kilid pt.
>ok at every price from three cet
wards. Attractive Novelties in the.
ationery line, too.
W- , aye