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NEWI SEICRY COI TON M %mKr.-r.
(Corricted twice a wek Ib, J. W. (jty & Co;)
Septeunbulr 28, Mo0.
G ood M iddling ..... .......................... 0.
Timely I nformo' n gi ven lrs
George L,ong, of N' v Straitzville, Ohio.
lWeVnel ed a d,1a-t-lu i tagedy and saved
t,wo lives. A frigi,tful conghl had long
kept her awake every night. Sle had
tried mally renmecie. aiud doctorsbut,
steadily grew wor-e until I uImed to try
Dr. King's New Difcovery. One lotlte
wholly cured her,. and she writes thi:.
marvelous mediol u also cured Mr.
Long of a severe tu avik of lit'eu monia.
Such cures are posi.ive proof of tlh
matchlIss merit (. this s4ud remed.y
for curing ill t1'.-'Itt, chest and lung
troubles. Only : and $1 00. EIvery
bottle guaranteed. Trial bottles free at
all Drug Stores.
Not,i-,: $15 'r,.) Ofer in Voice of
the People, at Pro-p( rity. f&t, 2r.
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
At tho Muoir Co.
There was a most inagnificent, dit
play of pretty drsses, bonnets and
laces at the Mower Co. store Wednes
du,y. 11 was opening day there, and
t,he ladies were out lookit g at, the many
pretty things, and the men will hae
to hustle now to get the cash f,r the
ladles wilt have to he arrayed In some
of theso handsome costumes.
This is one of the neatest and hand
somest stores in this part of the coun
try, and the goods displlayed were very
elegant. laut, this fiirm has a reputa
tion for nice things, and for us to say
alything would be to paint the lily or
gild refined gold. If you don't, believe
what we say, go and see for yourself.
Story of at Slave.
To be bound n aud foot, for years
by the challis of iseatse it tile worsi
form of slavery. (jeorge D. Williams,
of Manebester, Mlie., telIs how such it
shiv was made free. He says: "My
wife hts beeii so he:pleks for live yeal1
t,hat she could not ititrn over in h(d
alone. Alter using t wo ho! t los of Elev
trie Biitters, she i4 woldertilly im
proveI an( able to it) her own work."
This supremi rtIed(Y for female dis
eases quickly cute iielvousness, sleep
less, melatltohly, hwudn.ele, backucht.,
faltltin)g antd dizzy 'pells. This mirache
working medivinti is a godsend to wrak,
sickly, ruti (town people. Every hot
tie giliranteetd. 011nly 50 Cents. Sold
by all Druggists.
K, Op0nlng D.y At I. l- Miller 5unn1Iery C
As we ha,ve befor Imark.), openiuig
days are fixed instil ut lonti in Newb y,
and every year our t%ide awake tijer
chants surpass all former elforts in
making displays of prtty bonnets and
This year the disp0y at The Riser
Millinery Co. was ti ill,!y superb. The
show windows were ti ings of beaut.y,
and to those who are to fortunate as to
secure some of the p--etty bonnels and
- hats there dlisplayce will be a joy for a
, season, if not for ever'.
~' Very great taste was displayed in the
~'purchase of goods for this firm, and the
~'~display on WVednesdiay was simply el
Those lad ies who were not out Wed
nesday had better e i.ll early.
When yuwant aL pleasant physic try
the new remedy, (J amuberlain's Stom
' ach and Liver Tablets. They are easy
to take and pleasant in eff'ect. Price
25 cents. Sampulles free, at Peclham's
drug store. f Lm.
50 GASES, 1200 PAIRS
SBAY STATE $SIOES!
Don't make (lie same mIstake this
year that you dId last. Shoddy, cheap
*goods are untislfactory. We have just
opened Fifty Cases
BAY STATE SHOES
Those who have worn them for years
Sknow what they are. Those who have
not have lost money.
Frgood Cigars antd Tobacco go o
lider's Corner D)rug Store. f&t tf
MeetIng of County Allianecr.
'he third quarter'ly meeting. of the
.nty Alliance will be held on F'rl
October 5th, at 11 o'clock a. mn., In
'ourthouse. All sub alliances are
to send dlelegates.
R. T. C. H-UNTERI,
Was the reu ndlid health.
pdomnit,able wIll a 9118u en)er
re not fouandl whbere Sto. , Liveor,
ney and Bowels are out de.
you want these analtles and't e
i success they birinir, use Dr. Kinh
', New Life Pills. Th~,ey dlevelop ever
pow~er of brain and body. Only 25o at
4. all Drug Stores.
WValting on un EnigIine
MN!r. II. 11. Wells requests tis to state
ithat he has ordleredl a 10 horse power
engine to pul1 his corn shredder, and
-that it will be here ini a week or ten
*lays. The engIne lie had p)rove'd insuf
fielen: to pull the mtachlne, which has
caused the delay. H-*' will then serve
his customers promptly.
For Infants andl Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Signaturn of Ca ' 4 A#'
VARIOUS AN) ALL ABIOUT.
See guardianship notiee.
Next Monday is sale day.
It has b)eenl (lull around the city fo
the past few days.
Miss Euniceo Abraus of the count
is attendlg scliool here t,his year,
Rev. A. S. Leslie will preach at Zioi
The cotton miirket has been prctt:
flat for the past week.
The town politieal pot is runnin
8ore- Cycs have been raging in L4
city and county for the past few weeks
NI iss Sue Coleman of Saluda counly Il
at. NI s. IIuietU and is attending school,
Tbe Ilelena School will open MondA1
with Mr. It >bt. Norris in charge.
Mrs. W. C. Megget.t is visiting al
Mrs. Dr. 1). Strother Popo of Col
umbia is visiting at Judge Y. J. Pope
Mr. N. 0. Pyles of Columbia was it
tho city yesterday.
Mir. Ellie Todd was in the city Mon
day.-Laurens News, 27.
Mr. Otto Klettiner is announced as t
Candidate for may'or.
College opens next Monday. Somi
of the students have already arrived.
Rev. Ml. G. G. Scherer will preach al
Il elena oin next Sunday afternoon.
Miss Alma Ilishop is visiting in Cc
i inibia this week.
Miss Kate Wheeler is visiting hc
sh-tmr Mrs. H. S. Cannon,
Ml r. Wister Gary has accepted -a po.
Sitilon with Dr. W. E. Pelham and will
Dnter1 tl)onl his duties Monday.
Mr. It. H. Welch 'has returned from
1'hiladelphia whet e he went on busi
ness connected w it h the Kn itting mill.
Mr. .tober4 Moyes leaves for Balti
inore Monday. lie will takc a coursE
I . Mlese litiet leaves Monday for
It altimnore to take a course in Pharia
Mliss It -sie Carlisle will leave on
Monday for tle Woitmis College of
Mr. Juhmu 1 ukni:.it and wife went
o Newberry 6aturdiy to visit relatveE
Dr. 0. .11. Myer, of Newberry was in
;own on professional business last week
M rs. E. P. MeClintocc of Newverry
is visiting friends 1 town.-A. It,
NMiss Julia Paisley Returned hor
Wednesday from an extended visit tc
Sivannah and Charlestoi.
Rev. S. T. H1allman, D. 1). by invi.
ation of faculty of Clemson Colleg
will preach there next Sunday.
Mrs. Gco. Johnstone of Newba'rrv I,
visiting at the home of Mrs. A. A. Jet.
-rs.-Union Progress, 26th.
W. H. IHunt of Newberry was herc
ror a few hours yesterday on business.
-Gi'eenvlle News, 27.
M iss Nannie Pool of Newbei'ry Ia
visiting Miss Maudl For'rester.--Green
wood Index, 27.
NMt. R. H. Wright leaves Monday fom
Lhe South Carolina Milatary Acadam)
Mr. L. A. Riser has been elected
principal of the Donalds school and
left today to take charge.
Miss F'annle C'i'wfor'd, of Saluda, h:
visiting relat,ives and (filends in thc
l\Ir. John Paysinger has moved intc
a itwelling in Briooklyn near' the Shut,
M rs. W. K. Slighi, after a visit to hem
sistetr Mi's. J. H. Hlarmes at Newport
P-a. has returned home.
Mrs (C. WV. Bishop, on account of thi
illness of her brotber Mi'. .1. 0. Meridtl
was summoned to Laurnes Wednesday
Mr. W. G. Odom of Atlanta has beer
appointed foi'eman of the finishing anc
packing depai'rment of the Carolinm
Mir. and Mrs. J. A. Reisser of Eben
ozei', Ga., returned Wednad1ay an
will conduct the boardIng hall at thi
college again this yeai'.
A geat deal of' the local news in thi
p)aper' was crowded out of the last lssu4
on account of the pressure on our ad
Richiar'd Gallmnan, who killed Lec
Aiken at Pi'ospei'ity some t,ime ago aur
rendered to the Sherif TVuesday even
Ing at Prosperity.
Col. Geo. Johnstone, a promlnen
membei' of the bar spent, Saturday an<
Sunday as the guest of Judge W. H
Wallace.-Union Progress, 26th.
The election on the 2 mill tax fo
graded school pur'poses wvas held oi
Wed nesday and resulted in a vote of 3i
Sn favor of the Lax and 41 againsti t.
r. Norris request us to state tha
he Would bo glad for as many of th
patr'oneof the Hfelona school be presen
at, the opening on Monday as possible
Miss Bleaste Gilder, who has bee:
visiting Mrs. Willilam Arnold left SaI
urday for a visit in Washington on he
way to Newberry,--South Carolina.
Rich mend (Ky ) Register, Sept. 25.
Mr'. John Flitters, one of Columbia'
polIte and accomodating street ear cor
ductors, spent several days with friend
and relatives last week at his old horm
In Newberr'y.-Columbla Record, 26.
Mr. F. WV. Rauch has been electe
p)rincipal of t he War'ren ville school ar,
has gone over to take charge. Mi
Rauch has taught there before and th
people wore anxious to get him back.
Balnda Snntinel. 26L
Wedneistay :liglit but.veen 8 and 11
O'clock somo oile ontred the yard of
.i r 0. WCls and stole from lunder tiht
frant, steps a Columbia cllailess bi.
r cycle model 50 no. -1018 with the nameu
of Mr. I. B1. Wel8 on the plate.
Cont rt efor Davis has his force of
hanIis it work oil the.new Aletholist
church and is putting the reck founda
tion down. I I will be only a short,time
now before the walls will be climbing
Mr. C. H'. ilavic will teach the (%>r
intl school this next, term. That is Mr
IsItlaC's old hotmle which slpeais well
for limI for, often1 ti! hmme fo!k are
tIe hIrdtIst tolete. alda Hentinel
NI r. ,. W. Flot d, proprietor of onit
telepholm system, has pureliased the
best s%% itch-board money coild buy and
has placed it in th10e ventral ollice here.
Let the good work ' go on and receive
the harty sipport of the peofle.- Clinl
Lon Gitz"tte, 27.
Prof. \'. I-. lIack hia- retorned to his
chair in Kee Mar Colleg-, Al,. Wefore
going he claimed its his bride Miss Bies
sie the accomplished daughut r f M Ir.
J. C. 11 Rauch. M ay joy after joy sue
cCssi rise tlo'ig lifes pathway and
their connubial bliss know no end.--Sa
luda Sentine), 20.
Rev. .las. T. Mlellard of Newbery o(
eupid the pulpit, of the Second Baptist
church Sunday evening. lie preached
at spletiIld sermon to i delighted con
gregation. i r. Mellard is an old friend
of Pastor Ford and the two worked a
great deal together in Newberry when
Mr. Ford lived there.- Galney Ledger
Mr. F. H1. Aull was re-eleted pres
ident of (lie South 1Catrolilta 'ress asso.
ciation, C. C. Langston, secretary.
August Kohn, treastircr. No better
selection could be made. These gentle
men are pectuliarly fitted for these olli
Ces. Mr. Aull is df-sacrificing to an
unusual dgrev, sparing niopains for the
comfort of the members.--Chester Lan
Mormon elders have been operatiIg
in tle Higgins Ferry eiuIIit.IIIIy, 4a
luda County, for sonic timo, Iad were
allowed to go on unmolested tii it
Was announced a few days Ugo that
land had been given and funds were
being raised with which to build a
church, when the citizens mnet and sent
a committee to the four elders and told
them to move on. It is Sail that they
A Minieterl' Good W4 rK.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
colic, 1,ot a bottle of Camberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea itemuedy.
took two dloses and wits entirely cured,"
says Rlev. A A. Power, of Emporia,
Kanl. "Aly nei-hbor acl oss the street
was sick for over a week, had two or
thiCeC hottles of medicine from the doC
tor. He used them for thec or four
days withliout relief, so discharged him.
I went over to see him the next morn
Ing. He said his bowels wete in) a ter
rible fix, that they had becu running
Ol so long that it wits almost bloody
flux. I asked him if he had tried Chain
herlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
l1emedy and he said, 'No,' I went
home and brought him my bottle and
gave him one (lose; told himi to take
anot her (lose In Iiiteeni or twenty mini
ut,es if he (lid not fin d rel itf, but he
took no miore andi was entirely cured."
F'or sale by W. E. Peihamn, Dr'ugglst.
Mrs. Walter Summer' died Wednes
day morning about It) o'clock at, her
home in West End. She was burled
ycsterday at West End Cemetery. She
leaves a husband, fouir daughters and
two sons to mour'n their loss.
Mirs. M. L. Stevens, of Monroe, N. C.,
who has been on a visit to her daugh
tar, Mrs. Thos. F". Tarr-ant, (lied this
morning after an illness of two weeks.
1Hear remalns will be carried to Balti
more today for burial. l'[ars. Stevens
was 68 years of aLga.
Des it Pauy 10 Iluy Cheap.
A cheap remedy for coughs anid colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure the more
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung troubles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and more regu lar cl
mate? Yes, If possi1ble for you, then in
either catse take the only remedy that
has b eeii introduced In all civilIzed
cotntrics with success in severe throat
and lung troubles, "Boschee's German
Sya-up." It, not, only heals and stim
ul1aLes the ti9enes to destroy t,he germ
disease, bait allays inflammation, causes
easy ex pectoratison, gives a good night's
rost, and cures the patient. Try one
bottle. Recomnmended many years by
all druggist,s in the wou-ld. Eor sale by
WV. E. Pelham.
-lRewardi of 510.
I will give a reward of $10ft>any per
son who will ireturn my bicycle to me
In good fix, or linformationi to convict
the person who st >1e it. Th'le wheel Is
I a Columbia chainless, mne101 50, No.
.4018. Stole from my e'esidence Wed
nesday night. My name is on the fronit
name p)late. 1H. B. WaLLs 1t
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E.&t M. Evans & Co.
Missionatry 80cilety Meeting.
The Young Woman's M issibnary
Society of the Church of the Redeemer
iwill hold a regular meeting at the
church next Monday afternoon at
r5 o'clock. All the members are re
quested to Le p)resent ats business of im
portance is to' be transacted.
S Elizabeth Dominick, Pros.
(Cora L. Dominick, Scc'y.
It Saved is l.eg.
P. A. Danfoirt,h, of LaGrange, Ga,
suffered int,ensely for six months wit.h a
ci frilghtful running sore on his leg, but
d writes that Iuecklen's Arnica Salve
.wholly cured It. In ton days. For IJI
ecars, Wounds, bur'ns, BoIls, Pain or
P liles it's the best salve inu the world.
- Iureo guaranteed. Only 25c. Sold by
si11itiFIF HUFOtD'A CAP'TUI.
How 11 o'itghit 1 Ngro Wanted for Almr
do r in N wierry.
Sherill' ituford of Newberry County
irrived in the eity yesterday afternoon
on the Columbia. Newberry and L,au
rells regulir pasmen-ger traini. He had
with him a mulatto, Jim Clamps, for
Whom1 he ilas been hinting for several
months. The lellow is want,ed for a
murdler cominlittkd in the nortteastern
portion of Newberry ('oulity about, th rfe
mloliths ago. After his crime lie tled
arld hIs Itnged to eude the sheriltl
ever -,zine. The work of Sherilf liiford
in ellfecting C;amlp's eallture wits Clever
and goesl lotg way in Uxplaining why
tie sherill is o popuillar with the pvu
plo of his vouinty.
Sherily INfood has bien S1Otadily at.
work on th)I, eo . ,ly last week he
heard that a fellow aiiswering Clamp's
description was wolkinrg for a doctor
near IateAburg. H(e went. there but
found that tie Ilman was not, the one he
w1an1ted. A few days agto he leard that
Clamp Would ho at [inmo yester-day, so
lie noArded 'lie down train. tcach lig
1irm those oni tuaOrt reported that
nothing i thl lieen sceln of Clamp, Iti'd
the sherill got back on the train to
Come oil to 'olumbia. A nmillhor of
negrovs al6o got itbitaid. The sherillf
no soonler tilentrid Ihe traitn than he
saw a fellow fittinlig tI e description he
had (if Claimfp Iu waliked iup to him
and arresti himl), proceeding to h and
eulf him. Clamp rtly adiimitted
thattl he wit- t ie wan wamted and seemed
consideratb' frightetne. Sherifl Buford
b)rought Lim oin to Cultiubia and put
him ini the ]Uchland Co unty jaIl cvei
night. This morniig he will heave fol.
Newberry with his ani .
The negro, it seetul!-, hats beenl ll re
working at Ihe llluf1m quarry on iho
other side of the river.--The SLate,
(iamip kiild another negro Johii
Reese (It tile .Iith of hast .July and itade
his escape. iIis brother Sambi.o wvs
l!aced in jai: nli A tigust 7 as anl actces
sory to the crime.
Cit and 1 u e 11#44- aiy iented.
Chamberlain's 1'i ii im applied to
t eutx, bruise, butti, se,itd or like injury
will instantly alay the painl and will
heal tle parts in less imtle than any
other treatment. U iIle-,s the in ury is
veryT severe it will not leave at sear.
Pain it ,1lm als: etures rletlumat ism,
sw tllings ntiid lIttncIss. For sie by
W. 10. Pl'.1ham. f I in
Want -i3 Py fOr 1'riini ry Eltci11n1.
i'ditor Herald & New.:
The matu--ers of th primary elve
tion ought to be p:tid for their services.
They go to Newberry twice and carry
out the boxes to the procincts, lose an
other day's time in.magitig the elect.lon
and earrying the boxes back; thereby
ensurinig correct, reports as to the ielec
ion of tihe parties who shall stand for
election by the Democratic party.
Why are they not. paid out of the fund
subscribed to conduct said primary by
the candidates who are before the peo
ple? Aitd why are managers of the
general election p)aid tt of siaid funid
when nine-lentihs of the candidattes are
retired? We ontly swear to suppiort, by
our votes, and not by otur money, the
p)arties nominatedl. Time lost iat one0
time Is as valuable as another. Let
each elect ion pay Its own cost.
W. 10. LO)NcsIorn.
Chiamobrlatin's Cough iHemiedy a Great
TIhe soothing and healhing p)roperties
of this remtedy, its pleaisanft taste anmd
p)rom pt andi permauent cures h ave made
It a great, favorite with peopile every
where. It is espieclally prtized by moth
ers of small children for coldis, croup
anid whooping cough, ats it aiwitys aft
fords quick relief, and as It, cont,ains no
01piu3m or other harmful drug, It may.
be given as coinfidently to a baby as to
an adttlt,. For' side by W. 10 Pel
ham. f um.
Notien of .Joint istcussli.
Owing to the inclemnency of the weath
er on Saturday night the 15th inst., the
joint discussion between WVest End and
Union Academy D)ebat,ing Society was
p)ostponed until Saturday niight niext,
the 20t,h inst. The saume discussilon
thiat was ptreviouisly an nounrced stands.
The hour for meeting is 7.30t sharp.
The public is cordially invited. Come
out. The WVest l'Cnd1 toys will have
something of interest to tell you about
the hardships of war, while the UiJoon
boys will endleator' to tell yott some
thing of the horrors andl cruelty of in
temperance. CH H>s.
Sept. 27, 1900.
Cured of Chironric D)iarrh,oea After Thirty
Yehars of Stuffering.
"I suttfered for thirty years with diar
r'hoca and thlougi,ht I wias paist being
cured," sa.3s .Tohn N. Hiolloway, of
French Camp, Mis~s. ~' had spent so
m-uch time and monecy and suffered so
much thatt I had( given uip all hopes of
recovery. I wias so feeble fromt tbc
etfects of the diarrhoea that I could do
no kind( of labor, couild not, eveni travel,
btut by accident, I wits permit,ted to find
a bottle oif Chamiberini's Colic, Chol
era anid D)iarrhoea Remedy, and after
taking several btott,les I am entIrely
cutred oft thait troutble. I amit so pleased
with the result that I am anoxiouis that
It be ini remich of all who suiffer as I
have." F'or satle by5 W. 10. P'elham. f un
All the Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
H ighest market price
M. L. Spearman & Co.
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
A NIE1V iNTERt'nisi'.
Tho Newbvrry Sisitn lvim 111mid llo Faictory
Withinl the pist, few day; we have
been Shown throlg lhe ll SIutie and
landle Pactory, vhic was in ceitly
beenl put in) operation. On arriving at,
the factoryI N we wre Soiewhat. supried
at (lhe uxtenlsive amlounlt of mlachinerwy
in] operation anid the amloilnt, of Ilabor, it,
takes to operate it. I'. i it III uch liatrger
affair thatn Inyi of ourt citizk.ls ilmagrine
andl is ljow% turn-Iinl (lit omll pretty
workc. S.Iw of the Iawhiliry is won
dertif is uiiman-le, anI works with
thle regularity of at ceck.
'I'he Shliuttle ani lla le iaetory is
going to prov te ai leest a. Ther is it
strong demand for the kind and class
of work they turn 'JIt and it wi!i keep
them busl.y to fill Orders,
it will aso prove i gool lil tit for
the city, for it. is -iving etployniitt to
fr-olit twelve to lifteenl gZood citizens
011r onIt people. and in other WIays
Spreadinl-o and vircintingr their mlone4y
att, hOIe. It iA id-Cndetd a home etiter
iilterprises of this -ind Iecd the eti
coura11gemiient of evcrybudy, for they
are what help ill a naterial way to
build 111 at city.
Mr. J1. W. 1,. Arthur is superinteied
ing tihe factory and we visli them all
tie sUcce.s IosS4ib1lde.
Boars thho Kind You Have AlwayS Bought
Th11e great alltUotil)(e0miient Iof Ihe "fall
seItsonl in fullt blast." It .1 am ieson's cam1i1e
in too late for us to c:Il at.tontionl to i,
ill Wiur lait iSSue0. .tlImieS0n 111L a1 r01
utationl il t,his colint. for doing what
he says at, the titie lit Says it and itn
the Ilatitner lie says. ThI'e people have
1eRI'ned to tke J1 am -1; ies 0 iti iS W1o'd
aiud when they read his ads. they know
what to expect wleni they go to his
store. He mi11k(es h is own selections
itd iis year of 0xperience aI s MS tatil_rlt
him wIILhat, to s t I plIse his cu1sto
m11-r1s. Now donl't iake the mistiake
a'id pass this big store by while on
yourt. shopping roinds. lie has cloth
ing, shoes, hats, staple dry goods, fur
tishintgs and too many things to men
tionl Iere, that he will give you great
Sa,tiSfactiOn inl. ('all 11JamieSonl. HeI
hilts bargains for youl.
C. A. 9 TP O3 3M X AL.
Bears tho lho Kind You Have Aiways Bought
Mr. I"eanlder. Sheely had It Imtile
stolen fromt himl) at his homIe near'
Sligh's oin S:tiurday night. lie fol
IOwed andt traked the mule to New
b-trry an( found out, t hat it was in tlhe
hands of a nlcgro.
)n Stiday evening the mule was
found in lr. G v(. 11.3oozer's pastir
where it had been piace I by the negro
andit abantdoned. Mr'. Sheely tiow hits
Since writing the above 'b Sheppiard
(colored ) lhas been cainured by Conita
ble Hajir an,. .od ged in jail charge I
with the stealinig.
Dears the h id o 1o Always Bought
Cominitustoneursu of Etlections.
Giover'nor AlecSwteeniey lhas appohited
the Stat.e and Fecder'al election commtnis
.'doners for mrost, oft the counties of the
StaLe, on the reccommendatin of differm
ent county cbirmein, who ill have
chiarge of the State and l"ederal elec
t,ions in the 5'everl couinties of the
State ini November. The following are
the atlpoinltmients for this county:
State-t. II. Greneker', .Johnz . F'ellers
and WV. C. Sligh. Federal-i. H1. I lunt,
.J. Fried Schump1er't anid CSharlton Cruo
An American D)isease.
DR. S. WEIR MrTTCHEL.L Is au
Sthority for the statement that nerv
ousness is the characteristic mal
iady of the American nation, and
statistics show that nerve deaths
number one-fourth of all deaths
recorded, the mortality being main
oly among young people.
is the grand specific for this great ,
-American disease, because it goesn
Istraight to the source of the weak- i
n aes s, building up health a nd
istrength by supplying rich, abund
iant food and pure blood to the
worn-out tissues, ro using the liver
to activity and regulating all the i
organs of the body.
" The Mlebiga, Drag Co.," Detroit, Mieh.
Llverettes the famous litle liver pile, s5c.,
V. V. Pclhatm, Newherr'y, H C.
mnit b's Drung Store, Newberry S (5.
'hc Rccduers P har'macy, Newberruy 8. C.
l)ar L. G. Corbet,t, i'rosp)erit,y, S. (5.
AMITY LOIE NO. 87, . V M.
A REGULJfAIU (OMMUJNICATh'ON
of A mity Lodge', No.8f7, A. F". M,
will be hield next Monday evening at
7 00) o'clock, in MasonIc Hall. VisItIng
brethIiren cordilally welcomued.
T Lhe 1". (5. Degree will be conffer'red.
IIP. J. VOSS. S. W.,
Acting W. M.
J. H. MI. KINAr ) nn4eret ary.
I F.L1' FOIL Tli .:SUFFERF IRS.
Newbrritgn limpontaa,g to tho Call for
I10-o for tho butffererm --Mt.it Moro
N-e.ared nad Necdedl Qoilvkly.
'1 h14 I.Int at tho CoIntarv
An urgent appeal for. help collies to
the whole 4,ountry from the grief
striekei and (lestitute people of Gal
vestoti, '-'exa-, atnd il imiedliate re
spolse should anl8wer tle call. It is
indeed an appalling state of afairts
ietween m.(x and 8,0N10 lives were lost
and 10,000 are homeless and 1 hungry
anud are crying for. help.
E.very section of the country is re
sponding nb nliromp a td,y pi O the
call, Iatnl Newlm-ry Imust lnot be lag
gard inl this mllai,ter.
The list has oeen left at. tle Comi
iercial Illank, aid uvery one should
The followin i6 a list of i he contribu
tions so rar, tad pubic aicnowiledg
mn1110ts "ill be m1ade in theset coluimn)
froim tin:e lo till,e.
F.'OR TH 'IR TSi. S
Cash -..- .... ................................. 82.00
'ash .... .................... ........... .0o
tum eit r ................. ............ 15 ( I
-A no. MI. K inard ..................1.00
C. P. Hoyd .................................. m)
M A. 'arlisle........ ................ :1.00
.1. IN . Joh nston.- ......................... 1
Geo. S. Mlower. ............ ........... 2.00
Cash ....................................... I 0
C ash ....... .................................. 1.00
. . C . S mti p p e ........................... . 21
C ash ......................................... 5 .00
A . C . onles.......................... ...... 5.00
Mi r.. Corrie Greneker ................... 1.00
TV. It 'erry ------........................... 50
E'ssie W ilson, .I issiollary Society
I 'esbyterianl Ili u.ch........... $0 2.1
MA s. . 1. 1. e ......................... 3
So. U. It I.'11mployees.................. ) "m
M iss M ary Bturton....................... 1.00
Dr. ( ). I. AI ty......... .......... 5.00
Tlheo. .Illisto le......................... .0
11i. 11. Nlvanls.............................. 1.00o
It. 1). Sm ith ................... ............ I 00
Cash -............... ............. A)
). I lettier................... ............ 5.00
.1. W . D)errick.......... ................. 2:
C ash ......................................... 1 .00
MIiss Fannio A. Johnston......... L.t
A.. C. Lyles........ ..................... 25
lir. W. C. lrown ........................ .CO
Laborer, oil ir. W. C. Brown'a
1.1ce...................... ......... .5
'tlat ski TlodIge 1. 0. 0. 1....... ..... 2.75
I rs. MI. K. Waaitimiaker.. .........I C I
.1. 1 . R eng in ...... ....................... .0
D r. .1. M1. K iblei ........................... 1.(;(
.I. W . ild w ell ........................... 1.g0
C a--h .-- -.-- ..-- - ... --... -.................. 1.00
h .......------.---- - .................... 1.00
IA tl el .1'l s.................. ............. 10
Slienriet tat Leonlh iith ......... ..... I.;)
New Chapel Church...... ....... ..... 1.1 r,
Cash ............ .........................
S. lI. Iouknight. .... ..... ....... 5,0
I. C. Wi'PiNtIrm .--........ ........... I.O
. . 111un1(er.............. .................. L.CO
1I. L . Pellers ............................. 5)0
Jal a it ....................................... .1.11
IAsh Itiver ch t,!h ......... ........ 10.25
St. .John's Ilutnc.ran chtrch ........ ,.cJ
C asH .....,................................... A0
M. G. G. Scherci.......................I 5 0
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a balL at
E. M. E.vans & Co.
A Newborry Itoy (lainn Fatie autu illnor
The following is aken fromt the A th
ens (Tenna. ) P os?. of Stecmbler 19t.h.
M ar. lCvans is the son (of om- townspeople
MIr. anid Mrs. 8. N. INvans, and has
risen in the r'ail road world In hius aidopt
ed State, himself holding a very imnpor
tant pIositioni in t'te of the a nilroads of
Ten neessco. We arc al ways glad to hear
of ourm l:xys c?omting to the front:
S. Elliott Evants, that prinice of good
fellows, tendered the following friends
a "houtse parity"' from Saturday to Mon
day: (4. IL WVestcott trainmaster,
Southernt lty., J1. L. Meek, T. P. A.,
Southern IRy., O. L. Mitchell, TI. P. A.,
C. S. railroad, (. (2. Clark, T1. P. A.,
Big ['our, F. I). Islackman, T. P'. A.,
Choctaw ltout,e, U. IH. lrigham, gen
eral mtanatger' Tellico railroad and
JItames G;. F'ishetr, cashiler Athens Na
tiontal llank. 'lThe invited guests air
rived Saturday aftetrnoon aind enjoyed
a six o'clock dinner of the choicest
vitands, after which Iemonado was
served1, interspersed with a number of
speeches that, were as full of wit and
wisdomn as an egg is of ament. (General
mantaget' lrightam took the party out
to TJellico I'laIns Sunday morning on
the lImited express, whIch only hit a
few htIghi plaeos on the road(. On ac.
count of the express aunning so fast the
invited gutet.s dh1i not realize what a
line c?ounttry of grreat, possbilities they
wer passing through. The guests not
being able to) drik thie purte mountain
wai tr of TeI ileo IPlin rStetur'nedl late In
the aft.ettnan qut,t thtirsty. Th'le merry
piart.y brokde uip MondIay mnori'tIng after
voting S. lltIott. tohe bet fellow in
Qutosti ,n u nteweredl.
Yes, A ugust Flower stIll has tihe larg
est, stile of any medicine in tbe civilized
wor'ld. Youtr mot,hcra and1 griadmoth
er~s never thought of using anything
else for indigest,ion or biliousness. D)oc
tors wete scarcec, and they seldom heard
of aippendicitis, nervous prost,ration or'
hetart, fatilure, etce. They usmed August
I"lower to cletan thte syst,am andi stop for
mentaltIon oif undtiigested] food, regulate
the atiton of t he liver, stimulate tihe
nervous and oraanice action of the sys
tem, and that is; all they took when
feeling dull and had with headaches
andl other aiches. You oauly need a few
dioses of Green's August, Flower, in 1i
quid1( form, to maike you satisfied there
is nothing serious the matter with you.
F"or sale by W. 13. P'elhamn.
Bagging and Ties 50
ctsa bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
'Ik0 twi'11ni 1Iounl 0ccuph-4i Ily Mr. Jak*
A elek, Owieel by Mr. Fri 4i 11"ramou,
Ii No. 0, Ituirncil l.att To
The dwelling honse of Mr. Fred Ilar
Mion, in No. 0 Township, was buned
oil last u'llesdily morning.
The house was occupiedi at tle timlie
by Alr. Jake Aimiek and family, -Mr.
Wired liarion, Mr. .John Irown, atil a
fanily who was visiting Irs. A mick.
The lire wits tliscovered itbout 4 o'.lock
in the mornIn1g, and whenl discovered
had gailned uch hadaway Ilhat nothiig
( .(ld be done ti save the houise. That
ovetpants of the house barely escaped,
not saving a change of clothilng, and
soile were bli g bitly hu ined ill naki ng
The burning is supposed to be the
work of an ineendiary, as kerosene oil
hald ben poulred on one side of thie
house, extending alounlid to the chin
ney, aid when discovered it wa bur-n
ing the entire length.
tThe total loss is estimaled at $(0.
ATT I 'T TO I11,'101 MI 11 ..
On Wednesday mlornIing an aittelnil t
Was also made to burn tle mill that .4
some distance from the house, but It
was discovered in time to extinguhl0i
the flaies and but littile damage was
A Niarrww Eoiwnp.
Crady, tho 10-ye' old soil of All.. and
Mrs. .Johi ('. ;oggatls, caine t ear
meeting with ia fittal accident at the oil
mill yestcuday. ile, with Mr. Jno. If.
Wicker's little sot, were playing in the
mill when (rady stepped into the
auger or seed-earrier anld it was grad
utially carrying him down, when lie had
presence o f 1111d Vnou1 gh to catch hold
of hi'-s leg with his hands and jerk it
out. A bad gash was cut In his foot,
which DIr. IlOiseal sewed up and lith 0
mn1101-1ing (-rald'y isgetting along airigh',
!t, warl a naItrOWesa .
Chill cures that cure
Chills and Fever, at
tions compounded by
graduated and licensed
xwe.We are saving lots
of money to those who
FrmulL .Jars and liubtIhr at lowest cash
priles at G ilder's ( orner Dru'g Store. Lf
CTTOVN wEVI C it, rear of Coni
I will 'ee' glad to servo you to tho bet t
of my knowledge and ability. t&f I r.
Subscribe for Liie D eli neator Lbhrough I
tf S. J1. W<xrridN.
TIhe ex mination for teacers' ecar
titicates will be held at Newberr'y on
[Friday, October 12th, commtencing at
9 o'clock. A pplicant,s will furnish all
stationery. I". wN. i 101 Ns.
Co. Supt. Edue'n N. ('.
WVe are et,ill paying 2 tt. per' pouind
for old1 rublber boots andtt shoces.
H-. S. Ilightilre at,Steam 1.aundry.
We want to buy your
Cotton Seed. Will pay
you the top of the mar
ket for them, and sell
you anything in our
line at the very lowest
Call on us before sell
ing or buying.
M. L. Spearman & Co.
Tu'rnlp Seed! TuL'rnlp Seed!! Fresh
and the best at, Gilder's C2orner D)rug
Store. fat tt
We have made an arrange
rnent by which we are able to
rneet all competition. We re
quest all parttiewho have cot
ton seed for sale to see us be-.
fore they sell. We can be
found in Mr. Lane's Guano
Office on Law Range. We
have a nice new pair of scales
and guarantee weights.
J, J. LANE.
4t S. P. CROTwELL.
All the Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
H ighest market price
M'. L. Spearman & Co.
Good second Buggy for sale by
tf S. J. WOOTEN.