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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Sunumer Bros.
M eat ..........:...................... 7 @ 8jc.
Shoulders ..................... 7c.
Hams............................ .. 12@ l4c.
Best Lard ............... ...... 9((P10c.
Best Molasses, new Crop...... 600.
Good Molasses..................... 25@b5oc.
Corn ........-----------------.-. 700.
M t al ........... . .................... 70c.
H ay ..............,. . . ............... 10c.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.15.
1st Patent Flour.................. $5.00.
2nd Best Flou u.................... $4.50.
Strait Flour........................ $4.25.
Good Ordinary Flo-r ...........V3.5 1.00.
sugar .................. ..... ......... (q& (qc.
R ico.................................... 5(>8 ic.
Cotton seed meal, pnr sack.
Bale IIulls, per cwt ..............c.
Butter, per lb ..................... I6(d20c.
Eggs, per dozen ..... ........... s(aI0c.
Chickone, each................... 15 25c.
Peas, per bushel....... .......... 75.
Corn, per bushel.. ............... . 0C.
Oats, per bushel.................. 3 N0oc,
Sweet potatoes ................... ft(75c.
Turkeys, por lb............. 6 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ............. 5 9aoe,
Best Patent Flour on earth
at $4.35 at C. J. Purcell &
A Uoml I rouplse.
Tbe Arnold Stock Company holds
the boards at the opera house every
night this week with a Saturday mati
nee. This is one of' the best repertoire
companies out this season and their
every performanco pleases. If you
wish to enjoy an cvenings entertain
ment go out tonight.
Up-to-date Steam Laundry.
f&t tf Telephone 24.
Turnip Hood! Turnip Seed!! Fresh
and the best at Gilder's Corner Drug
Store. f&t tf
Thi people of Nowburry were as kind
as could be, it the last illness of my
brother. I know I can never pay them
back for so many kind words of sym
pat,hy And dceds. I hope God will bless
oe0h one of theim.
J. W. White.
The earth is outrs but we do not want
it. All we ask is your soil-ed linen.
f&t tf Up-to-date Steant Laundry.
Best Patent Flour on earth
at $4.35 at C. J. Purcell &
r '.) tt
the Reedeville school. Apply
%,V I. t. Smith, Kinards, 8. C.
Aid for Oalye-pton Sufferera.
Newberry shoulI join In with the
people of the Unitc.d States and help
the Galveston sultErera. T1o this end
contributions can he left with %. F.
Wright, at the Cora.imueid bank. Mr'.
Wright has conseni1.d to act, as treas
urier of the fund, a ml forwar'd all mon
eys for this worth v cause. Let New
berry respond gen*'rouisly.
Superb line Gens Pants and we can
fit you. At W. oten's tf.
If our work dloes not. please you In
any way tell uin ahbout it. We' wvili ap
precilate it. We a're running a laundry
for business and Lto I"'euse our patrons.
COT TON W EIG i l 'lt, rear of Coen
I will lee glad to servo you to the best
of my knowledge a'nd ability. t&f Im.
Best Half Patent Flour at
$3.95 at C. J. Purcell & Co's.
New lot of New~ England Watches
just In. Come In and see us.
t tf Daniels & Co.
To the Demuocate (of Nowbor.y.
I take this Method of extending to
those 10t'7 voters of the county who saw
fit to supp)ort me In the recent primary
election my hearty thanks, and to state
to those who voted for my opponenft
that I considier'themu no less my friends.
I am proud of mny vote, If I was de
W jted. Respectfully,
.~i DyW. G. Peterson.
gDyand Ni ght
(Jolubi ~ Ightiest little thing
present State i~~s Dr. King s New
just closed wit "RQ S asugair.coated
has een bout~$.tOlhanges weak
bas been aout an 'ass into enl
as baa been held i t.power.
-many years. It has ben y l
underhand tricks and rpoan sW
and shows that the primarya .
is just running dowvn at the heels.'
The county to county cam~paign idea
is breaking down tho p)atienco of the
people, and the style of making such
a canvass is naturally koeping ont of
polities many good men who would
no donbt be in such racesifhe ?
Is Upanimously Elected
'Wo Furnish the Most Stylish
Millinery for Fall and Winter Wear.
EvWerything in on1' line is MODE DE
PAnIS, and our pri~es beat the lowest.
Give us a call and be delighted.
THE RISE 111iLLINERf CO.,
NEWBJERRY, S. (I.
VAICIO1US AN) ALI. ABROUT.
Capt. J. N. 'owles, of Columbia, is in
Tho tax collector will cail on you for
taxes in a few days.
Mre. Sophia Redus has returned from
her suminer visit In Maine.
NI ve. Chas. 11. A rinstrong and chllI
dren have returned from Tennessee.
MIss Sallie Lyls, of Maybiniton, is
visiting Miss Helen Ilardy at Ilelena.
MIs. E. Mt. lva, is visiting Mrs.
Fannie Butler, in Spartanburg County.
The troupe at the opera houie this
week is a good one and deserves patron
Rlev. M. J. Epting, of Savannah, is
visiting relatives in the city and coun
M rs. 0. E. Johnston, of Charleston,
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. 1,ozer.
Newberry County turned out a full
vote on Tuesday. The country people
IN.W. C. scbacffer, 1) 1) , will
preach in the Lutheran Church Sun
Miss ,11lla Kibler will leave today for
Orangeburg to resume her duties in the
Graded School of that city.
Misses Lillie Grillin, Azile Pool, Marie
Reagin, Agnes Summer and Plorenec
Schaeffcer will leave today for Elizabeth
The city regitsr-ation books are ;ow
open. Get in shape to vote this fall
there is going to be a warm contest.
See notice of the Carolina Alanufac
turing Company in another column. It
is a chance for a good investment.
Mr. Robt. 1. Kinard, of Texas, who
has been spending several months In
the county, returned home today.
Ai extra communiWation of Amity
Lodge, No. 87, A. F. M., will be held
this evenlilg at 8 o'clock for the pur
pose of conferring the M. M. degree.
Dr. Jno. R. Thompson aud daughter,
MI iss Mary, returned yesterday from an
extended visit to Harris Springs, lien
dersonville and other summer resorts.
MIiss AMClititock, lady principal c.
the Preiby te ian College for Women,
came down from Newberry yesterday.
She was accompanied by her sister,
who is a member of the faculty of the
Florida Agricultural College. - Tho
Cured of Chronic iarrhoea After Thirty
Yeara of sitfe:ing.
"I sutffered for thirty years with d iar
rhoea and thought I wits past being
cured," says John 8. Holloway, of
French Camp, Miss. "I had spent so
much time and money and suffered so
much that I had given up all hopes of
recovery. I was so feeble from the
effects of the diarrhoea that I could d
no kind of labor, could not even travel,
but by accident I was permitted to find
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Ghol
era and Diarrhoet. Remedy, and after
taking several bottles I am entirely
cured of that tro. I- Ae. I am so pleased
with the result that I am anxious that
it be In reach of all who suiTer as I
have." For sale by W. E. Pelham. f imt
Save the tickets off your launidry
p)ackcages, and when they amount to
three dollat s we will redeem them
with a 25c. bottle of the finest cleaning
compounid In existence.
f&t tf Up-to-date Steam Laundry.
Best Half Patent Flour at
$3.95 at C. 3. Purcell & Co's.
Shooting at Prosperity.
A shooting serape took place at Pros
p)erity late Tuesday afternoon. RIch
Gallman and Lee Aiken, t,wo somewhat
notorious negroes, disputed over thirty
cents, part of the pay for loading a ear
with lumber. The result of tile quar'
rel Is that Aiken lies at the point of
death with three holes in his carcass
made by hot, lead, one ball having
p)assed through his liver, one through
his lungs and a third entering the low
or p)art, of his body. Only three shots
wveit fired, all taking effect. Doctors
H-unter & Wheeler have taken out the
bills and are doing all that can be donoe
to save the negro's life. Gallman gave
'"leg bail'' of the fleetest kind immedi
ately after firing the shots, and has not
been heard of since. T1he doctors say
that Alken may live, but the chances
are against him, Hie was still alive
and doing well this morning.
A Mlinister's Good1 WV-rk.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
colic, got, a bottle of Camberlain's
Colic, Cholera and D)iarrhoca Remedy,
took two doses anid was entirely cured,"
says Rev. A. A. Power, of Emporia,
KCan. "My neigh bor across the street
was sick for over a week, had two or
three bottles of medicIne from the doc
tor. Hie used them for tharoe or four'
(lays without, relief, so discharged him.
I went over to see him the next morn
ing. Hie said lis bowels were in a ter
riblo fix, that they had been running
off so long that It was almost bloody
flux. I asked hIm if he had tried Cham
h)erlain's Colic, Cholera and D)iarrhea
Remedy and he said, 'No,' I went
home and brought him my bottleoand
*avc him one dose; fold him to take
1other dose in fifteen or twenty min
La.t if lie (11( not find( relIef, but,t he
LanUO more and( was entirely cured."
~ y W. 10. Peiham, Druggist.
~''vant a pleasan't physic try
Mar lboheme Chaberlain's Stom
4 ie bos They are easy
25 cents. Sample~s free at Pelhamn's
drug store. f Inn.
All summer goods are being closed
out regardless of cost. At Wooten's
Of course we are only one small laun
dry in a town, but we have the same
kind of machinery anid other facilities
for turning out fine work as the larger
laundries in larger cities. Go wit,h the
crowd and patronize a home institu
tion. Up-to date Steam Laundry.
Tll RESULT IFtAUAtE.
Tihe EIxet'etive Co,nnitteo Meets ancd Talbk.
h1tvas tho Returnis ani DerIp.r,em
I 'kirslinilt. to the call of County Chair
li>lIt )d the Dunmocratle Exectiv
Comilittee imot, yesterdyy N d tabu
latted the returns11 alid declared the re.
sult, of the primary election
A committee of three was appointedI
conistHing of C. 1. iyd, .J. L. Keitl
and J. W. ). Johnson, who went bvel
the returns and reportcl back to the
commillittee a nd tiel I repo,rt Was opted
an,1d Ilhe figu1-4reS 11 I)pear il t10 tA
elsewhero inl this paper are ollicial.
The following resolution was then
introduced by Ir. 1I1wase and Idopted:
Reolved. that, the following nmed
persons are the n1,1111omne's of the D0,11mo
cratei part.y for Neowhorry Couny foi
the re4SI)ViVe olieMM for ViichIl 'hey are0
named to bo voltd for ill the regular
election to be lit-Id inl Nov., 11100.
For Stato Senator.
G eo. h "llo wur.
For House of Representatives.
Jno. P. Itmnks.
Pred. 11. l)ominiek.
For Clerk of Court.
J1n0. C. Goggals.
1%. M. luford.
For County Supervisor.
J1. M. Schumpert.
For County Supt. of Education.
E. S. Werts.
F- M. Lindsey.
And the following receiving the ima
jority of the votes vast. for the respee
tive oflices for which they were voted
for in the primary election held in this
J no. L). Ipps.
W. C. Cromecr.
J. Y. Floyd.
No. 1, 2--J. A. Chappell.
No. 3. ----
No. 4-S. A. Morehant.
No. h---W. C. SlIgh.
No. 0'--J. 11. Williams.
No. 7-John ftopp.
No. 8-M. P. Harii1ngton.
Fo. (.-i. B. H1air.
No. 10-P. B. Efllisor,
No. I --W. F. Suibor.
On motion the committee ordered the
assessment of $25 made by the S'ate
Committee be naid, and all thc expensee
of the county eipmpaign be paid.
The meeting then adjourned.
Chaml>orlain's Cough Remedy a Great
FAvo i te.
The soothing and healing properticE
of this remedy, its pleasant tnste and
prompt and permianent cures have made
it a great favorite with people every
where. It is especially prized by moth
era of small children for colds, croup!
andi whooping couIgh, as9 it always af
fords quick relief, andi as it conltainls ne0
oplunsor other h)armIful dIrug, it mayL
be given as confidently to a baby as t(
an adult,. For sale by W. 1E. Pel
Have you a sense of fullness inI tihc
region of your stomach after eating.
If so youm will be benefited by us5ing
Chamnberlai n's Stomach and iAver Tab.
lets. They also cure belching and som)
stom)ach). They regutlate the bowelh
too. Price 25 cents. Sold by W. E
Pelhamn. f Im
D)on't forget to) save the tickets off o1
your packages. Remember wh)en they
amnounit to $3.00 we give you) free one(
bottlo of cleaning comnpound that beate
f&t tf Up-to-dale Steam Lsun)dry.
The colleges at Greenville, Span-tan
burg and Duci West S. C., will soon
cpen for tho Fall terms. T1he attcution
of the students is directed to the ad
mirable schedLule of the C. &. W. C.
Railway for reaching these points.
Through trainls, close connections,
and no lay over-s alre assulred via thia
route. Through tickets are on sale
and baggage checked to destination.
For further information in regard to
rates or schedules, write,
W. J. Craig, General passenge.
-A gent Augusta, Ga.
Outa andi IetIsen Qulickly Hlealedi.
Chamnberlain's Pain Balm applied to
a cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury
will instantiy allay the pain and will
heal the p)arts in less timno th)an any
other treatment. Unless theC injulry is
very severe it will not leave a scar-.
Pain Balm also cLures rheumatism,
swellings and lameness. l"or sale by
WV. E. Pelham-. 1m
H awks' Famous Crys
EY E-GLA SSES
scriptions filled accu
rately at -
PE L HAM'SN
A 'rillmtto t, C omi tile.
i(itor Of I0-rald ItUd News
Mianly halrts aro saddeneod by the
sudden death1 of \r. iarry ''. Wlite,
who has been cut off in he vigor of
young Ilaillood. tp'eially have I
felt tnis munexieted blow. and I wish
to say ia ftw words in regard to -our
young friend who has departed this
I had kio%wnl hlim i'liittely aill mlly
life, bu I tIee:mIe thPer :cquaint1ed
with him in) Camp. 'Wievil t he call to
lArmIls IecOltly soilud 110110 llore
promptly respIddt'd to whVlat ho 01n
sidered tho call of Il. country thanl
liarri'1y 'P. \\'hiti. \e botl. entered
tle samlle co-y111 , k'ompanly I, 1st
S. C. V. I , uanl while We Wore, not
called upoln t fto ec the 4ncily, yet
there lre 1111aNY (xPOiences of camlip
life that l-tId to show the iluihlood
and the true elaractetrof the soldier.
I can truly say tbat iin all the trials
and discomliforts of caulp ifit. our youlng
friS showed a eheoefulnte-s and
buoyany of 1piriL tl'zt. helped others
t.he better, to bIar. thei' burdens, nd1
his 11unselfishliss and 1cadinivss to III-p
ou,hers inl anly waypoil,ndre
him the more to those of us I who klow
hilli and those ch:r-actcristios Imale
him many new fricido.. On one loca
slo) when I Was sick alld despondliet
in Jackson ville, Pala , H arry W hitte's
kindness andl atteitioli were unfailill",
and his geouevol-A ofLers Of help in any
way I needted it showed his goodnhess
an11(1 kindness of heart. Caunip life
t0ids to 11ak3 111st 11101me mor selfish
and thouglith ti of others, but th is waits
not the case with him. II gneirositI
and kindn-qs were unfaili1jj tojjp th
of his ectmra-le.- who ii( dod cilth.
i"t alas! hI- has gonic, atId We ,1h1
see his 1, nial face no mlere, but I
kind words, Ii many manly and viii
ning qualiius will not soon be fo'-'ot,
tel by his many. frien(1s, and especially
will his old comorades of t,he arlly
grieve ovor h-is untlim3ely deaith .1and
bi,easurie in th-1r 1hVnr.8 t14he niio m11oryV
of him whom Ilhey lovtd so well.
This brief tribite t 1 .is memnory is
fr-om1 the heaIrt of (on10e1oLICade who
loved him anditl deoply miourns his
September 12, 1900.
De"4 It Pay to r-my Chomg.
A clicap remedy for coughs and oolds
is all right, 1'ut You want somlethingz
that will r,-lieve and cure the more
severc and (algerous 1eslllts of throat
and lung troub es. W hAt shall you do?
Go to a warmluer' and more regular cli
mate? Yes, if pos)sible for you, then in
either case take tle only remedy that,
Ia Ib) Ctenl inltlr(dlcedC- ill a,li Civilized
cointl ies with success ill severe throat,
and lug troubles, 'lltIie-e's G"ermiall
Syrupi'1)." IL not only hecals and stimu
ulates the tiosues to dest.roy the geim
disease, but allays inflanuation, causes
asy eX POC Loral ioi, gives at good nIgh t's
rest, and cures the patient. Try one
bottle. Recommended many yeatrs by
all druggists in the world. Eor sale by
W. I. Pelham.
New York, Scpt. 12, 1900.
John W. Norris,
I havec just, bought fro1in at bulsted
I '1cncern for' 141ot cash 'Two 'Thousanid,
TP 'hir lluded Rand l'aigh ty-.SevenI Dol1
lars'' wvorth of 1"i4e NI ill ineriy at less
than fiffty centsl 01n thei (do1lar1. I will
sav tihe peUopIC big moniey Lis 1al (on (1
I t Jasi'. A. MIli inaughu.
WasI1 the( ball that1 hil (. II. Steadt
eiain of Newark. Michligan, ini lhe Civil
Warl. It, caiuued hor iblem Ulcers 1thnu,
no0 traeatmenit helpe l)'or 0 201 years'. Th'len
Buicklen's A ruien S Ik'e (cure'd him.
cure onI e:trthi, 25 eis. a1 box. CurVe
guaran teed. S dd by a1ll 1 )ruggi|'s.
ThBe, ly Rtivetr AMIociion meets
wIth the WcsL E'nd Ilapti1st rliurch Fri
daiy, the 14th instant, att I10 o'clock 1a.
ml., atnd will cont1i nue through Sunday.
Friday, 10 ai. ml., deovotional exerceises
conducted by3 S. I[. GOggants; I10 30, 01'
gatniziation: Ii, lntr'odutoryi' sCrmon(il by
Fridlay cvening, begInning1f at 7.4i5,
mass51 meeting onl e3dutlion, to be adl
dressed by Dri. A. P. Montague of
Saturday e?veninlg, beginniung at 7..15,
replor'ts 0n a1ged ministers and1( orph)lan
age. A. T1. Jahmisonl will discuss the
.Sundlay, at, 10.30, 11ass5 meeti ng on
mfissioni, conduct,ed0( by Rev. 'T. M. Iai
Iey, D). D).
TIhe public as cordially invited to at
tendl these ser'vices.
Wt. M. Pinson,
C'ard of Thanks.
Toi T1he Ille:aid anmd News:
I am sor'ry that I have not found tIme
befor'e, thr aongh youri columInis, to1 ac
k nowledge mfy1 ind1ch)ed)nss to tihe
good peCople o'f Newber'ry for my very
p)lasanft two yearsi' sojourn't among thenm.
Whatcyr' suiceces there was in my
work, is largely (111 to your ise, gen
erous andl public spir'ited citi'zens. A
kInder peoPle, anEd a bet tea' town, I
have not, known. l'piecially wouldl 1
mention 1the oflicllrs of 30our cotton mill,
for their readiness in a1 tangible, imat
teorial way, to help In everything that
makes for the best Interests (of their
I thank 'The Ielrald1 and News tor' all
the kindness an I courtesies shown me
in my work inl your m'iidst.
.Ga 1Tn(23, any new hmome,. is a hustl11ing,
growing cit-y, with a big hearted peo
pIe, who kindly receIved mel.
'1t the votIs 0f No0. 11 'T'own'1sh p I
desire t ext m(uy sl 11CCI thIaiki t!
t,hose of iy frienldls who cast teirL.ll hal
lot for mre in the irst, primary ch etio
and beg to state tha! I have nlothill
but, kind(] feel i n g toward tho-so win
Chose to urllxrrt lly opponent. ThiougI
defeated, I aml sati Iiel with the restl
:11141 two years hene I wi!l agail elite
thv 11ce. \\hen I 1ovs der my yunr
ye:hs, i r Ihe c,,.irnnuns undelv,
Which I ma3h' thll rue'W I fOCl thatt thl(
vote gve 111k. was indved It aom11pli
m11en1t. I exti'nld it) Imy 'lcces-[uI oppo
neut liy liearly ergratllatioll".
Most re--pec tfuly,
(C. 1,. Grvahami.
Dara thI M Kiid You lim AhsiU BuPiO
Ad iveti micl L t,t-re
Reilmainlin;,', in 'o.t (),lice at New.
bOrr'y for WCCk Ulndirrg Sept I1 , 11110.
.\ -('hkarley An dron. I).eer .\Older
son a . \SA1.
I1 - M . lualq, Il"dy BAW anly
l111-ienIa 0 1, ISab ilit lOMu)tn, SIlrI
lug, A nni i-doulhaughl.
C--M arY GampePl . .\. lit.,(-h:mers
Ada Chaplitm, S1ic ('lela n Mlii
Caldwell, Slrl ( ' ats, Alary t'ount ,
D - W. N. I. Dhil by, 1,. 11. A-Dlanier.,
lannit Iavoiemor, ary C 1n1phvi loI)bh
hills, .1. A. c Io i i ;Hel (: . div
H ill, 1. .\. D)ominick.
1--Nanvy E -.Ilison, \\-illie N:. 1 , ,illa
' - Alive F'ii o s, i 1 k rloyrd.
G -' Iobert rgt, Ir-0y (illial, Ida
HI- '-,nt Hirsty, .alneessor. llair,
\Ttlilda l1euderson, Chat-le-s I Ioney
vlw, Geo!rgev Howell.
IJ- -Alice .lohnson, Sarah oiwsph.
I -C . h. Iy.
13l'. ki,naster, Prodevick l.ong.
A\-W l. .\abry, Annie Mycrs.
P .lnliv P'rat(, sarahl Pi'iste-r.
lN-\V. ,\. lItoug ,Jane Itllnwick,
,ilha Indr, 'I'. P'. idvers, Nlksie
Intitrts, John Rioblrtson, 'errie x,ev
Riohertson, 'Sallie 11ulT.
S- EIiz% I anders, I. I'. Street, E.
31. Stewart, 31. N. SCZ.e r, Ii. G. Sol
om1on, .\Minnie Sligh, lleiry Sligh.
\W. II. sonidley, U,zzie suimler, Jaina .
T--Hattile h'lioias, Pr-y Ti-ner,
W --I1,utere Wading ton, (Ii -irley
,Aquy \*i)illlms, Willie White, lIla
itlle Williams, W. .1. \\yl'ey.
l'arties calling for the above letters
will please say they were adverti.ed.
W. Y. l-air, I'. M.
It is e.ertainly gratifying to ihe pub111
lie to kinow of olle coicern11 in th land
who are iot armrid to be gennrous to 1he
needy and sull;-ring. h'lie propriefors
of Dr. King's New Ai4eovery fo(r (!on
sum1111p1ion, Cough.s ind Colds, have
givein away over tell iillion Irial bot
SlV.s of hi greait rnedieinVt1; and have
111 Saiisfactiion of klowiig it 111 ablI
soueycur-kd tholsailds (if hopelesm
eis.. AsthIna, 1Brohihis, Ill ,m rsv
nesst and( 11 all iseases of I he. ~l Thr1mt,
Chest. and(1 launs are 33.1u$1rely cedi by
bottIle f ree. llegu br size 5th'. 31314 St.
Every bottle guaran13 trd, or pice' re
For Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
'I'hent came Tillhnan33. We -reely aC -
mit,1 tihe mlagitude oif his Ltiirimh. lie
has [5won over thle re lris and moral033
sqntimnt rrf the Sltt a miornlimf'-ntl
vi et.oiy. Buht. for' his I nterprosiio 110)3to t
wouh Idhaiive won: lhe wou ld niot ha1ve
InteCrposedl if lhe hlad not brelieved1( the
danerij g reat Liiat, lioy L woulli winl.
Colri. HIoy t, al.thbougIhSl supporItedl by thie
priiionlists arid iocal Oprlionists,
m13ighrt niot. haive sulcceded 031 thre dis
p)ensary' Issue alone; but thiere was a
generIail'reogniltion of thle faet that hre
wats tde beOst manIl in tire rce anid he
would havi,e reeceived eniough votes
from d1ispenIsar.yliies to elect imu if
TEilhnan13 hadL rnot thlrown his~ influ ence
into the seal1e.
Tiilhrnan maiide bluinderns that-L would
have been fatlll to iirryonre else, hot. he(
hadr a talisman that saved him i arrd hi s
causeC fiomi thle con1sequenrc:es of is 1as
sruiltIs upon imorals an11d the mini1jjstry:
In speech and, we doubiit, no(t, even
mloreO inl priiate Instru'1ction1 as he( went,
aibout the State', hie revived the~ 4)1(
e!rass and factionail11 hatrd which hadl
p1ut, im in p)ower, and13 the reCsponse
camen in It.he country vote, mark ing thre
complets overthre'w of r'eligious in
fteces in& he qu( (Larter where ordini
iarilly thiey are mlost potenlt.. We here
admit the istakce wei miade hoifor'e thle
firsteL pimari~uy : wei dlid not t hin3k that.
Tillman was l'tro1nger'I inlth coun3tr'y
d1istricts( thani the Method ist andic llnap
tlst chiurces cominedlC. liut he was.
-'The State, 12th.
Victim3s1 to 4:tomalIch, liv er rand kIdney
trouble(s as~ well ran womreni, and all
feel tihe re*sultsr in loss (of nprpetite, pois.'
Otns in the( brloodi, balckache,30 ner3vousH
ne03s, heiadache and1( tiroed, liIstless, run-i
do(wnI feelIng. But. thier(e'4 ro need .to
feel lIke that1. I 21sten3 to .1. (Gardneur,
Idille11, Ind(. lIIe says: "'Electric BIt
ters are jusIt thei thring forr a manr when
hie Ia all ruin downi, 1and( dhon't, care
wihethrer hor lives or diles. II (1( didmore
to giver meif new sit rngth and11( good a[..
petite thanii anythinrg 1 0could1take.I
can (at anythIng and3( have a ne0w lease
(on life." Only r>0 cents at all Drug
Stores. E!verv bot tle uranited
We are now receiving and opening ip the
largest stock that has ever been brought to
We have drawn on the great markets of New
York for our Fall and Winter Stocks of Cloth
ing, Shoes and Furnishing Goods.
NEW YOKK is the FASHION center of
the country, and it costs no more to dress be
comingly than sloppy, and first of all, we have
aimed to get the correct styles, and second, to
secure the highest standard of mterial.
WE WENT to the MARKET TO BUY.
This was economy which is a real and impor
On some purchases we Saved Twenty Per Cent.,
and on some, more, and you can depend on
saving in the exact proportion we have saved.
But we are not going to tell you all about these
Fall Goods, never, we reserve that for a future
announcement. But just bear in mind that
when you see our Fall and Winter Stock you
will see one the like of which has never been
offered in this secLion.
At the Old Corner.
Raise Your "wn Bread
Compete for a Valuable Prize
1,f111IN-ICRllOINA ("1IEIA1 L 0)MPlNY FOl THE1
lIlHT WIll'R' ClOP MADEIl0 IN TilE STATE
For particulars apply to the Company at
Charleston, or any of its authorized agents in
the State. Competitors must register their
names not later than December I st, 1900.
Three prizes offered: A Reaper and Binder,
A Wheat Drill. Two Tons Standard Ammoni
GLEM NPINO TELO
Glenn Sprints, South Carolina.
Queen of Southern Summer Resorts.
There is but one Glenn Springs, and it has No
Equal on the Continent for the Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys, Bowels and Blood.
HOTEL OPEN JUNE 1, TO OCTOBERCI.
Cuisine and service unexcelled. The gayest
resort in the South.
For Board apply to
T he w ords~ "q ual ity,
styleC an< lL fi t ofteu coe a mul~ititudei o4f
sinis whenu applied to WomjIlenl's Shoes. The
miiakers~ of th e "' IIeric "u Shioes have~ the ~ -
perlf2ct.ski li htt~ ng - exe ice alone cani
give-tihe orinary fancy profits have gone
Into the quality anid workmanship of the
sho05. Thery are "I lonest Shloes for W'~omen."'
I ~~Oxfords 50 ct.s. per pair les;s thtan prices qiuote<f- $3.50
Srncr A r, NoTICE-Nameic and rice plainly stamped oni soo of shoe,
S. J. WOOUW N.
A NEW One car load of Bug
gies just received;
1~a1hIcjutu~jru~ Ba ggies of all kinds
I~IIIiI~IUI~1I.and of the very best
make. Also one car of
4 1111 ) d1(~II ( Ai l 11(1~ the well-knowin Wh/1ite
rog 14 p)cta o(21(f ourh ir- eIo Iee of H ik ory WAago n s. Call
Clothing,and see our Bugg.ies
Cloting,and Wagons and get
Dry Goods, our prices, beforeibuy
Hats, Caps, ing. We pay cash, dis
Ladies' and Cents' count bills, and: can
Furnshig Gods, give you the very low-.
Furnshig Gods, est prices.
Notions, Shoes, etc., SUMMER BROS.
and in fact every~ th ing Iha! one wouldi
explect to find in anI JP4O-daLte stockc of ___-- -
for cashIl, an d are, the ref(ore, in1 position
la ul t ro -k b,ottomi pices, thereby W D I G r E E T
giving Our cust 'ifrsI every' ad(vanllf tagrtad,ButrDih
to uave money in (veryting. ini our (aeLlt8 yu ice
Call to see us next door to the Mittle rii .icir,Fut& n~
corner. Yours for business,aior, nvo, ors
Bears the 1T0 Kind YTalle Ahpo Bo,
ravy Platlos, Sup itchos, &.
3. S.POLIIOFF. '1H~Sugar Spoons:, Butter Knives,
mao in quadruiplo plato ONLY. We
als hao anowlotofStorling Sle
- --- Tea SpoonsL and( a few Seth Thomas
~ ea ~~zt ~:.4~. 04 Chs loft which MusT go.
Boar theuilroAl"ay IlogLIYours truly,