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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TATED CONVENTIONS O0
thIH Lodge will ie held the 2nd
aud 4th Tuesday nights of each montli
at 7.30. Visiting Knilhlt.i cordially
welcomed. T110H . E,. El' NU,
X. of It. and S.
Crotwell Hotel I0filJin,.
All the Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
Highest market price
M. L. Spearman & Co.
Best Patent Flour on earth
at $4.35 at C. J. Purcell &
A Class si, Imoutlon.
M Iss Bern ice Mart in will instruct a
class in elocutior, during the school
months. informat 14i)n its to hours and
terms will be furnished on application.
The Arnold Stock Company closed
their week's engnement here oil Sat
urday night. Some of their perfoin
ances wero good an,l i,there not so well,
but there were featuircs in all of the en
tertainmenta that deserved special
mention. One in particular was the
serpentine dance by Bioston & Young.
It was the lnestever seen on this stage.
Devitt's Little E'arly iolsers are
prompt, palatable, JlaCsant, powerful,
purifying little pills. At Gilder's Cor
nor Drug Store.
New lot of New iCnrland Watches
just in. Come in and see us.
t tf Daniels & Co.
Best Half Patent Flour at
$3.95 at C. J. Purcell & Co's.
Constable C. E. TiJwell rau afoul of a
gambling den last Friday In full blast
on Main street in Newberry and as a
result Mayor Mayer had quite a Satur
day matinee, with (hree colored and
one white offender before him, the re
sult of which wts $10 or 20 days each.
They paid up and will "sin no more."
You can spell it cough, colT, caugh,
kouf, kIaf, kouff, or kaugh, but the
only harmilss remedy that quickly
-cures it is Otie Minute Cough Cure.
At Gilder's Cor-ner )rug Store.
Superb line Genits Pants and we can
Ilt you. At Wooten's tf.
X. EX. 1I 3M30..s
COTTON WEIGHE1:R, rear of Cen
I will '*a glad to ser ve you to the best
of my knowledge and ability. t&f ln.
Wviii Carry lle4, t, the sufferetrA
Agent W. S. Lans. ford has received
instructions fr-om t.he management 01
the Southern Expres,s Compaluny to r
celve money, clot hing, etc., for the
Galveston su zferers and for-ward sueh
contr-ibutions to time~ i-lief fund cin
mittee at Galvett .i freeo of exprest
charges. This is a liberal oiler from
the express compancy and Capt. Lang
ford will be pleased to forward any
thing anyone will contrtibute.
Best Half Patent Flour a1
$3.95 at C. J. Purcell & Co's.
Turnip Seed(! Turait, Seed!! Fresha
and the best at Gild .rM Cor-ner- Drup
Store. f&t tf
All summer goodc are being closec
out i-egardless of ecc,. .At Wootonc
An A ttractm.,Praco.
Theore is no mnore attrcactive place ir
town than the Mower- Co.'s mammnotl
stores. They have the ver-y choicest o
goods and have the taste to display
them. They have many nice things foi
the ladies this season and any lady or
a shopping tour wvili miss the oppor
tunity of her- life if she fails to vlsi
this store. Trhey carry nothing that, I
not first-class and sell at p)rices to sui
the times. Read their adver-tisomen
in this paper-.
To prevent consumption quickly curi
throat and lung troubles wiltc One Ml
~ge ought Cure. At Gilder-'s Corne:
Mr. Eiditor: I announc : in the Tues
* day's issue of your paperoglat ther
* would be a joint debate at Uni 1 .cad
emy September 15th, between the ae
End and Union Academy debaters, b'ti
* owing to the unfavorable weather it ha
been postponed until Saturday, Septen
ber 29th. The same subject will b
discussed on that date, viz: "That wa
has done more harm than whiskey.
We hope that this notice will reaci
the disappointed ones thr-ough th<
next issue of Th e Hrald and News.
- T. S. HUDSON.
L are sun spots, astronomers say
caused the extreme heat this summe:
.and doctors declare nearly all the proc
trations were induced by disordersc
the stomach. Good health follows goc
digestion. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure d
gests what you eat. If you have ind
gestion or d yspepsia it will quickly ir
lieve and permanently cure you, A
-Gilder's Corner Dro.. Strc.
Fruit Jars and Rubbers at lowest cas
~r1oes at Gilder's Corner DruU Store.
VARIOUS AND ALI, ABOUT.
Some of our farmers are sowing oats
To and a half cents cotton livens
Mr. R. G. Reagin is clerking for 'Rr.
J. S. Polikoff.
Miss Fannie Sanford has returned
from Silver Street.
Mrs. B. C. Matthews is visiting rela
tives at Leesville.
The Graded schools will open on next
MISs Ethel RCid, of Nhappells, Is vis
lting Miss lelen Jones.
J. W. Gary & Co., are quoting the best
cotton this morning at 10.25.
)r. Jas. 11. )IcIntosh, of Columbia,
p1)ent Sunday in Newberry.
Allss liumic Wright has returned to
the city ald is at Mrs. tlease's.
Nlr. 1). C. Flynn has returned from
the North, where hie went to buy goodis.
Mr. A. C. Jones, who is on the road,
spent Saturday and Surday in New
Ml isses Flora and V 'a Meredith, of
I murens, are visiting relatives in New
berry, S. C.
AMr. ). J. S. Drrlck, of Lexington,
has been in the city for the past few
The "Crackerjack" Minstrels will
lipear in the iopera house on the night
of October 231.
b'lle weather for the )ast few days
has been delightful. Tho mornings
cool and bracing.
Miss Mary Rawlinson left yterday
for Bennettsville to spend a while with
Miss Rachel Mittle.
Mr. Maurice 1,trhardt returned to
Columbia yesterday to resume his di
ties at Lever's shoe store.
Mr. George Leonhirth has gone to
Richmond where he has accepted a
position in a colin factory.
Aiss Florence Waters, of Montezu ima,
Ga., left today for her home after
spending eight weeks with relatives in
Mr. R. L. 1 >wio has opened up a
market stall on MAiin si reet, next door
to lutchinsmis grocery. Ite has a
neat place to krep meats.
Mr. S. S. Langford and family re
turned on Saturday from the mountains
of North Carolina, whire they have
been spending the suimmer.
Mr. R. P. Fair, traveling representa
tive of the Standard Oil Company, has
been in the city for the past few days.
He left yesterday for Atlanta.
Mi;s Maggie Wertz, of Newberry,
and Miss Annie May Martin, of Fair
Forest,.aro visiting Miss Leila Bush,
Oakland avenuc.-Spartanburg Iferald.
Mr. S. J. Wooten has returned from
the Northern markets aid says he se
lected a full, complete and select stock
of goods, which will embrace bargains
for his customers.
Rev. W. C. SchaelTer, D. D., of Savan
nah, who is spcnding a3 few weeks in
Newberry, preached an Interesting set'
mon in the Lutheran church Sunday
morning, also at the union service Sun
Several young ladies of the city are
preplaring to leave in the next few
days for the ditferent colleges to pursue
their studies. Several will leave today
for Elizabeth College, Charlotte, N. C.,
but we have been unable to secure a
list of their names.
Lee Aiken, the negro that was shot
at Prosperity one day last week by an
other negro, an accounta,f which ap
peared in our last paper, dicd on Sat
urday morning. Coroner Lindsay held
an inquest Sunday. The negro that
did the shooting has made his escape.
Mr. James A. Mimnaugh returned
vesterday, from New York and other
Northertn parts where' he wecnt t.o se
lect goods. . Hie says he struck a ho
nanuza in millinery and expects to open
the eyes of his customeirs, and his bar
guns will not only be confined to milli
nery, but will include every class of
goods that he carries. Watch his aid.
he will tell you all about them.
Dleatfness Cannoat hie Curedi
by loeni aipplicatilouis, as they cannot reach
It he disensed port ton or the ear. T1here is onuly
Onin waty to cure deafness, andi that is by con-.
siiutnt.oonai reimdices. Dleafniess is caused by
uun iflamed conditiIon of lhe mucous lining
of heEusachanTubo. When this tubaegets
inliamed you have a rumbling sonndt or imi
p)erect hear'ing, and wihen~ it hi entirely
b ciloxndl dIeaifnoss so the resuilt, anud(l iess the
idiilammation cani be takenu out andi thji Iube
restored to it.s norumali condition, heingu illi
t, be destroyedi foreveri; ninle cases t.ut, of teni
are caused by cat ar'rh, whIch is noinug but
an iliamedi condition of the nmuconus sur
We will give One HIundxred Dollars for any
case of Dearness (cused by cat.arrh) that can
,'ot be ciured by I lall's Catarrh Cure. Scnd
3 for circulars free. F. J. CHICNE~Y & Co.,
- balDrgit. Toledo.'0.
, Sod b al Drggits.Testimnoniais fr. o.
Hiall F'amily Pillis are the best.
We want to buy your
Cotton Seed. W ill pay
y ou the top of the mar
- ket for them, and sell
you anything in our
t. line at the very lowest
" ymarket price.
CGall on us before sell
ing or buying.
M.L L.Spearman & Co.
t t&f 6
A tig ofremus Comning.
The advance agent of Forepaugh &
,Sell Brothers' big circus wats in the
city last Saturday making preliminary
arrangements for the big circus to ex
hibit in Newborry on October 23d. It
-. is thought that no grounds could be
I- found large enough in the city oin
~'which they could exhibit, and that the
performance will take place near Msr.
Sam Crotwell's. This is the first circus
h for several seasons, and the small boys,
af and some of the large ones, are happy.
11ELt' FOlC TIl1E SUFFERIERIS.
Newlhrris it.pondlog to tho Cal for
1i-p for (lit Stffc.ren--Muich More
Nieil and Nettid Quickly.
Tiho 'lint at the Commer
Ani turgent appeat for help eotiia to
the whole Country fromt the grief
stricken and desti ite people of Gal
VcSton, Texat, ald an inmnediate re
spolse should answer the call. It is
lindeed al tippilling state of alfairs.
letween 5 ci ;) and 8,0(10 lives were lost
and 10.000 are homeleVss and hun sigrIy
and a' eying for IIIp.
Eivery seOol of thle vouttry is ve
sponldinl,g nobly and promptly to the
call, ani Newhsrry Inust not he ig
garid in thiz matler.
The li't, hlias ben left at the Com- I
m'Ciil Ililk, 111)( evury onit. should I
c'0ntrlihutV soet- 0 hi;g.
The fo!low in, is a list of I lie ooti rib .
Lions "o f1wr, and pliblie ackno..sledg
nielits % ill be ilde inl these Coltilins
fromi t,il:e to time.
Ctash ................. . . ............... 82.00
Cash .... ...................................... 2.00
Smti mier lBros..............................5 ( i
Tto. M . i na -d ..................... ..... 1 00
C. F . B oyd................................. 1 00
M . A. Carlisle......... ..................: too
l. M. Johnsltne..................... I
Geo. 8. Alower. ......................... 2.09
Ca0shi ....................................... I (y I
Cash ....... .................................. I.00
J. C. Samples.............................. 25
Cash ......................................... r.of
A. C . Jones.......................... ...... 5.00
Mirs. Corrie Grenek er.................. 1,00
'T. It. Perry..................... ............ 50
E'stice W Ilson , Mtissionot. y Soviet y
Presbyterian ch ur h........... .....$ 21
M rs. J. 11. W est....................... .. ..
So. R. R. 1mployeCs..................'5 50
Miss M ary Bil'ton....................... 1.00
Dr. 0. 1B. A ayer...,.................. 5.00 '
Quest il,ns ans8wered.
Yes, August Plowev- still has the larg
0st sale of any medicino in the civilized
world. Your mot.hers and grandiot.h1
rs never llthrought of u1sin.g anyLthing.
else for indigestion or. t-ilionsiess. D ov
to's were scarce, and they seldom heard 1
of appendicitis, nervous prostration or a
heart failure, etc. They used August
Flower to clean the system and sLop for
mentation of undigested food, regulate
the action of the liver, stimulate t.he
civous and organic action of thel sys
tUn, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headacheS
itnd other aches. You only need a few
doses of Green's August Plower, in Ii- f
quid form, to make youl satisfiod there 1
is nothing serious the matter with you.
For sale by W. M. Pelham.
Best Patent Flour on earth
at $4.35 at C. J. Purcell &
Co's. tt I
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UOING TO TIHE FRONT.
A Native of Newlerry Now Doing Good
Work for tho National Democratle
Senator T. N. Wilson of Arkadelphia
is now engaged doing some good work
for the Democratlc Nat ional Committee
Mr. Wilson wats horn in Newberry, S.
C., on August 26, 1869, and was educat
ed at Erskine colloge, Duo WVest, 8. C.
In 1890 Mr. Wilson camne to Arkansas
and located at Arkadelphia, where he
now iesides. iIe read law and was ad
mitted to the bar' in 189:!. In the Br'y
an and Sewall camp)algn of 1896 Sena
tor' Wilson wvas chairman of the Clar'k
county Democratic Comimittee. At the
opening of the legislature in 1897 Mr.
Wilson was elecctedl jom-nal clerk of the
Senate, and he made a most rdicrnt of
lecer. In 18398 he was nomInated over
several worthy citizens of Clark county
and elected to the State Senate by a
large majority.-Arkansas Gazet,te,
Poisonous toadstools resembling
mnushroomns h av'e caused frequent decaths
this yeai'. Be sure to use only the
genuine. Obsei'vo the same care when
you ask for DecWitt's Witch llazel
Salve. There aire poleonous counter
felt,s. D)eWit.t's is tihe only original
Witch Hazel Salve. It is a safe and
cartain cure for piles and all skin di
seases. At Gilder's Corner D)rug Store.
All the Cotton Seed
you, have for sale.
H ighest market price
S. Spearman & Co.
The fall term of the College will be
gin on Mond ay, October 1st, at 91 o'clock,
and It Is desirable that all students re
port pi'omptly for duty. New students
especially are urged to be present at
the opening, so that they may be classi
fled and the regular work of the session
may bo begun without unnecessary de
lay. The prospect for a large attend1
ance of new studenits Is very encour
aging, and the out,look for the session
is gratifying. G. 11. 0.
le Fooled 1.he SurgeonsM.
All doctors told Renlick Hamilton,
of West Jeflerson, 4.., after sufferilng 18
months from Rectal Fistula, he wouldl
die unless a costly operation wats per
formed; but lhe cured haimusoif with five
boxes of Ilutcklen's Arnica Salve, the
surest Pile cure on earth, and t he best
Salve in the world. 25 cents a box.
80old by all druggists.
Please add to your' list:
J. N. McCauighr'in, Residencec.......46
Dr. J. W. Nance, ". ....... 143
E. CJavanaug h " ......131
Nat Gist, Cotton Of11cc,.............. 1
T. J. Hayes, Store .... ......... 83
t&f 2t. L. W. FLQYD.
Urgent Appeal to the World.
viii-i;FNANUlAL. 1s3 i4 Owit rvN
Promn 5,oo to 8,000 DIraul- No Dister no
Adip:illing lIaN Evur Ileforo Vh0itedt
Aniy .ction of this Cotuntiry.
Tenl Thoimunail Still
Austin, Tex., S pt. 15.- Gov. S:yers
'eceived lant night the following olli
latl report fromt 'la or .Jones of Gal
-eston its to loiditions there:
(:alver:ton. Tex., Sept. 1 1.
loll. Jos. 1). Sayers, GIvernor:
After Ih fulie-.t 1 po,Sible investigta
loil here wek,. focI jostilitl inl saying to
-u11 and throu0i yout to the Amerianl
wople that I-) s:m1ilar dis..ster has o
'01-takenl any 0111Conunu1l y or Section inl
lie history of t e oolilittry. Tho loss of
ifo is apidling and c.on wvvr hie ale
mIlraLly dt ined. I- sti matedi t,
.R)0 to 8,01 p-opIc. T"Itro is not at
Mle in G-i'veon.o that, has not bieen
l"Jored whilk. thouiiainids have been (le
t ro) ed. The Iwoperly losreprest-nts
eteumulat s of (*It) years and illore
llillions (hall ti-al ho sal"Ay stalled. Un
ler these vo)d itI irs with 10,000 home
ess and desl'i:tie viIl !ie enltire pop.
ilatiol linder a struss :oi- . strain dif
ie01, to real z. wn alpw d directly ini
he hour Of our eat, ea 'rgenvy to the
lnipathy anid aid of ii!id
R. It. Ilawley.
I1. of C'.
Commiandur Departlnm-nut.if Texas.
Wo are still paying 2 (t-. pc r potitol
or old rubbwir ho ,1t.4 ali ,bo
11. S. lIightinire at Se:am Iaundry.
A Cai of r'l.kn.i.
o Editor 11 -ra11d and Newk:%F
1leise idlow me :-pace in your col
imus t.o exted My sincere thanks Io
11 of my fellow eiti-mos of 10 county y
vhn supporti ilme in my candiday foi
'ounty Suplrvis .r. The vooe given to
nie in both priiariv; %%P wi ever ie con
idered by Me as at Ma f the high ve
pect in which I ami iield by my friends,
mid appreciated as an C% idence of their
tontinued confidence in ily honesty
1nd ability to pirforiii I he dut-les of the
dlec for which I have be( i nominated.
To those who (lid not support ile I
vish to say that they have lmy respect
or Voting for the men of their choice,
md that there i,s nothing in lily breast
uit foeing of kindness towar(is them.
I wish to Say to all. incliding mly
rotlier candidates, that I appreciate
very act, of kilidness shown to eic, and
hat, having beell sected friom such a
arge n1uml1ber of good and wort,by men,
hat thifi i shalt Ie an incentive to mIe ll
,ie discharge of iny olliial duties, and
hat my best services, with whatever
,alents I may posiess, shall bo given to
hc work before me.
JOHIN Al. 8emi rl-:t'.
Sept. 16, 1900.
The plrog'resSive nations of the world
ire the gr'eat food( !onisointg nattionis.
;ood food w'ell digested gives strecngth.
lf youl cannoi't diigt, 1al1 yo(u et, y'ou
iced Kodol 1)3 spepsia ('ure. It. d igi sts
i'vhat, you cat. Y'ou need not ii iet your'
;uif. I.con' ains all of thle dIigestantIs
zomibined w ih tie b'st known tonies
umd r'econst,rutivies. It, wiii even (hi
zest. all classes of loods ini a bott.le. No
tbcr pr'epa ation will dlo Lbhis. 1I, in
ltanlt-y rel Iives i and qicikly cures all
1asoma1ch troubleIs. At Gihldei's C'orner
T1ickets for' the. Fu'lowiig O)ceailonps.
T1he AtIantic Coast Line begs to an
3ounce rate of on1e fare, round( tr'ip.
'Tickets to be s&hl Oc,tober Xt.h and
th,icon "lhti si gnaturn formi, lim ited1
o cont.inuu t pti~assaige. iln each di irect ion.
"ial I lim it, to October I 8h ,l1000.
Th'e CJhick amanoga and Chattanooga
National Paik Comumissioni.
Anniuial Nee~'ting) Nationail Associa
ion Spanish War' Veterans.
A unual11 re-union10 of the Society of the
Arimy of the Cumnber'landi, Confederate
Veterans Sout.h. Ch~att moiloga, TFenni.,
)ctober 9th-I It,b 10(4I).
Ftor Schied te, SleCe p1ing Ciar a1ccommo11
laILIons and( fur1the Lin 11formaulltion, callI
>n) ori aUdd Ls-4 T1. \l . Emenlrs(n, IT'raflie
Mlanager', or 11. Ni. l'sm.er'son, Genceral
tPassengeri A tI.
Thl0 cXInmination for tent..hers' eer'
t.ilttes lvil1 bti lhld It, Newhbrr'y on
LFri'duy, Octob'ir l2Lh, commencing at,
1) o'clock. A 11p1lecan ts will furnllishi all
stationery. P. \V. I ll(aNS.
Co. Supt. Edue'n N. C.
Tihe emuer'enlcy bags Sent,by aI churlch
sociecty to KCantas s"oldiers in the Phil
ippines conltined(ti amiong the necessi
tics a b)ox of IDeWit's Witch Ifnztel
Sal ve, t,he well known eure for' iles,
Injur'ics and skIn diseases. The~ ladlies
took care' to obtai11n the or'igi nal D)e
Witt's Witch hlazel Salve knowing that
all the counIterfeits are' wort,thlcss. Gil
der's Corner' Drug Store.
MI agistrate J1. Il. Chbappell last week
sent up severl sinners31', who are now
on the chain gang doing some good
wvork for the county. Ile convictedl
Crick Young, colored, of steatling in
t,wo cases and1 senit imr up for 60 days
in the two eases; Ciart nco Dawkins,
another negro, gol. 30 days for stealing;
atnd John (Colemnan, an old standby, fol..
lowed suit for thlir'ty days; atnother
niegr'o got 30o days for stealing a eaddle
and 30 days for cairryinig concealed
Magiatrate Chappell Is a terruor to
evil d1ocre and hie Is (doinig tihe town anid
county good ser'vlce in ridding uIP of
these loafing th~ieves.
The mrost dain'.y and rITective pills5
made are D)eWit,t,' Lite I'arly R~Iserls.
Tihoy are uincquialed for' all li' and
bowel troubles. Never grIpe. At Gil
der's Corner Diug Stor'e.
YOUNG WOMAN GIVEN
FIRCSTOF H F ICtC ETOUEr ON EOFeT IIE
SC IIOI.ll iP
In (11h411c"ton Mlvical College-l-ov. Mc
Swenevy Ainnnnii'tio Appoititivitn11nt
if Thm -Selceted from thiq Nniii
Vro1A A p111011i nt1a.
| l e Stat , Iti
Gov. ANlcSwk-vnev has Ilnaldc a ck.mr
hive inl Ifte ntUt, (if I Ito. appointiments
to the Ineda ivalcollege in C hai's toIn. I
()I tne of his aIppoiiInIeos is a YouIn, wo
Itan, tine first, of her sex to he given an
appoinit,mclit. to the liuedivni volle-ge of
tihe SIate by any Goverlono. (ov. Me
S wc IIy cot sidee IId Ih IeI I he m11o.t
wortihy of tiht! applin'tts4 for 1 hv st-hol
ar I hipnI . lior fither is da-t and Ah, is
otie of 1. childreln. he ohas iven for
s Ne years by her ibor aiding in the
education of her' youln(ger siistcls. The
(ovelnor thouight, ". :;-' r ihse ci -
eit Il t auce, she wa. 1.ntiNod to tho i
pointivet. liler appi1 atiin a%s hwteked
ilp by tihe stro:nit, kind of emlorse
Thle ap)poinltmnwits to t.he -whobaur-hips
wer*e annu0tinCed ay. 'l'vrday
st-hoilrsipsIN inclnude only tition ani
tlo itpplicant has to agree n to ninish the
course at tie inslittit.io2.
Thelire were a 111111hwr of applivanits
froima dal-11 (ist ricl.. V'hile theovennr
wouhd lm%o t-en lad to hlavo :vell
eatch applicant, anl appointmlel.t he had
only one appointinent fron cach dis
trit,. iln m,akiing tie sele Ct.in hl ha,1s
en lavored to Sucure the most deserv
in1. All of the applicants weve hi-ghily
41M St d. andt' it hals be n a dillielult
Iank to innake tie selevtion.
'Ihe following llr tine aipio)inIItIns
-., made by tine Governol.
First I)triit- 3liss Anaitbella K.
I rent-iss of Charleston.
Secoind )itri'tW. IDr- . Tunibuil-n11i of
Th ird 1)ist rinl-. G Ed wards of Ah
bo vi Ie,
Fl''1ur11 D irct-J1ohn IIGreg, A)lzMai.
Les of W n.2 i,Jolo.
iftlh D)istriet-l". Al. Duh'lam of
Sixth DistritL-W 11. N -ouIg oI 'ImJnn
Seven(h District-Ilazard .". Ieeves
A LIfe ant Death Figill.
.11 r. W. A. iines of lancelster, :1.,
Wi,itillg of I;s ILm11nostinn milraujj,loIs esca(pp
from death, says: "1-:xplosure-v after ein IaI
sic-s indllced erious mug I robl", w
cindedl ill consuimption. I hadl (ii.41(1let
h1im inlorllhages and conglned inight alin
dlay. All my doctois mitid I must -,oon
(iie. 'Il'hen I began tollqse 1)1r. Kinr'snew
l)i eovery for Coisumptioln, wihich com
pletely eied Ilie. I w%vouild not 1e Vithi
out it even1 if it ost.$j.00t a b Htitml iun
dneds have used it oil ily recoiitlendat
tionl and all '.Say it inever failis to curte
thrort, chlest. and h1u t,roubles." R'egu
bar Size 50C. and $1.00. Trial hotiles
firCC t tir di'tug stole4.
TIlEI COMINO VETS IEUNION.
i-ow itate of One c4i l'ter MIle on linadi.
Novnbltr 24 (.1 1t n;900- lixtennnt, nasmi
Malngmnntuci( of l'repninlratins, for on'
casniomn by3 th mOtt~y of Au.gnnata.
T1hen atinual11 rt'ion21)1 of tine Georgia
Con f'eerate VeLterans21 ill bie held( at1
Auigusta, Ga., Nov'embtier 14-15-i thi,
Then low' rate of otne' ent lpenr mile for'
thte VeCterans2 aind their friend . over alil
r'ailr'oads in Geiorgia, will give tite Vet.
eranls fr'om every sneetioin of tine S! ate
anl op)portnity to aiSemlel 1)0Ioget,her,
br'inhg ing Lbheir frieind s w ii t ,em,
wh ichn keeps ailive t.he memor101ies of te
Te you nger' gener'ation are' fast till
ing the places of our1 oldi her2oes otf tine
110's, ai nd thtey tare anItxiu as11 t -m Ss anod
S)aunghnters of Veterans tnt keep ailiv. to
memriIies of tine gl'oius achievemeint?rn~ s
of our' heroes nf the pa1st.
it will- be well for those wi'o anttici
pate being in Autgutst.a on tinis glor'ious
occaLsion I.) heo well i)normedl as tno the
ex tent andI 1gmgitud1(1 of tine pie para2
tionts whichl are' being mailde by t
citizens of onnr city. a1 city' that hnas a
beauttifulI stre'ets, anid haniidsomte womn.
J t, is tine first cit.y in t.hne laund tbrough
thc elT11orts of its, pat,riotici womnl, where
ai monumilent of its sizo wvas placed ont
its mtost proiinent I horouighnfare, in
inemory of the "'I,ost. I ause"' andi its
dead heCroes. Wh''liie theo writ.or is one
of the younoger' gentera(ti on It o 1 1e
feels a lthr'ill of prideo i'unnin1g ti,brouIgh
his veins, whnein he n'eads of the inany
brave a121nddari ng dieeds of our' oldl
All whot( attemndt is r'euion are2 as-C 1
sured of a most corild welcome firom
0our ci tizens andit alo'i andtt su2fileient,
aiccommInodations for 2111.
11ev. 1'. W. I)lnhlp Exone'ranted.
Pu~1rsuat,l to a1 cll of ['residing i'sider
Re v. JT. W. Lyl'es, aoit Cofiite.c to inves
tigato the charges aindl complaints
against t,he Rev. C. W. Dunlap, comn
posed of Reovs, N. Chilent, .1. N. iiinrk,
D). M. Wadlswor'th, M. C. Aibney and ..
IM. Carson, mlet lit Ja illpa, S. C., '1lTurs
A ter' thne usual cer'emonlecs priescribedl
in the books of di -i'1pline wereo observedl
the mattterl was tboroughly inviesti
gatedi aind it was founnd thatt the chairges
andit compliailnts could not, be sunstauinedl.
The committee, ltherefore, recom-*
meinded that thne llev. (C. W. D>ualap be
exonerated, which was done by [thi
J. N. Biurk, Sec'ty.
I I). W. Wadsworth,
Ai. HI. Abnoy,
. A. (iarenn
WR'1 a: r 'S
We are now receiving and opening up the
largest stock that has ever been brought to
We have drawn on the great markets of New
York for our Fall and Win'-r Stocks of Cloth
ing, Shoes and Furnishing Goods.
NEW YORK 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 material.
WE WENT to the MARKET TO BUY.
This was economy which is a real and impor
On some purchases 've Saved Twenty Per Cent.,
and on sorne, more, and you can depend on
saving in the exact proportion we have saved.
But we are not going to tell you all aboLit these
Fall Goc, never. we reserve that for a future
annIouncement. 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 section.
At the Old Corner.
iaise Your 0wn Bread
Compete for a Valuable Prize
f*1illINIH ofl0Lti-IINA: (1111011CAL ('131PANY F01R 'THE
BIST W'EA' ullfP MADE IN 'THE STI1f
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 pr'zes offered: A Reaper and Binder,
A Wheat rrill, Two Tons Standard Ammoni
L EP SPRI NS HNOTEL.
Glenn Sprins, South Carolina.
Queen of Sout.hern Summer Resorts.
nrua.s A.MmM C> om.X30ara.s
There is but one Glen n Springs, and it has No
Equal on the Contineritforthe Stomach, Liver,
Kidneys, Bowels and Blood.
HOTEL OPEN JUNE 1, TO OCTOBER:1.
Cuisine and service unexcelled. The gayest
resort in the South.
For Board apply to
Simpson & Simpson.
T HE N EW BERRY
Land and $ecurity Co.
WILaL I H 'V AND I. --I
Notes, Bouds ai/
Stocks of 1ll kinds and ~~~.I/~
Real Egstate. ~ 'l
chines, Mattings, 7 ar-'SW
&c., for Cashorni
sta!lIlme nt. tIwtttoialc.
Th i.rltet cratures in A tw h i n o
- tockal aked pre dohwn l. to
ve ry low ligurettidas.Pl1n(i
qua it- I'erea le i asrtd pattrset
T imme i th rai d t.o ath . Hepa
II. C. .-l3.aAmi hlduStand.ine ltdies'Walets
('I A Ulcales and Ibu sore ndhandika
prices thattwill pleseIand surprise yo.
al wt wi cngf t or U ie T ing Whf usis ore
l'Uit 'ap aty Ini samCoers (iwn, anys Goos. i
iii( 'll.~ olailjua LtaWillO bh e Stoe,dt hwyu
In l'i ulty I.0iLttel 2 8. t$0. U- J O T N
Nt-lar )thnent lat. ns i~ton 1 ,
Niic ent' erntry 3 Deatn.
Iliard .30 tof $ li . i!id.
caor Caau,address D'gSoe r
2 ar Woo of allr kinds:
ASI, OUG W ITlOKY nd ahpre,a lle ornrbu
Fo rco n theriformatono 1i~.s''trIj eda idrsGr
call or addrnessru Stre M U