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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M eat... .................. . . ......... 81(49c.
Shoulders .................... 7c.
Best Lard ............... ........... 100.
Best Molasses, rew crop...... 600.
Good Mo latses..................... 25(a)50c.
Corn ................................... 70c.
M eal .......... . . .........,........... U5c.
H ay................ . . ................ 90c.
W heat Bran ........................ $1.15.
Ist, latent Flou ........... $ 75.
2nd Best Flour .................... $1.50.
Strait Flout...'..................... $1.25.
Good O'd inary Flour ...........$3.50(a4.00.
Sugar ....................... .. t(;6ic.
R ico .................................... 5(a81 c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... $1.25.
Logso Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Bntter, per lb ..................... 156(420c.
Eg(gs, pur doz i ................. 9(t Oc.
Chickcus, each.................... I5 <)25c.
Peas, pe.-- bushol ....... .......... 75c.
Corn, pee b c e .................. 110c.
Oats, P01 b08 s'01.................. 35(w40C.
Sweei, poeatocs .................... 60(475c.
Turkeys, per h ................. 6(<p 8e.
Fodder, per cw ................. 75(a90e.
NHWItEltRY CoT]VTON MARKHT.
(Corrected twic? a wo.-k by J. W. Gary & Co;)
October 12th, 1900.
G-od M iddling..... ........'.......... 1o
Choice Strn wb,-rry plants for side by
Mrs. W. A. Youmg. I&f 8t.
For spralis, swelling.; and lameness
there is nothing s guo its Chambter
lain's IPain Bam . Tr it. Por sa!e by
W. E Pulhaim.
Arlri%ei io latt Shiap-,
The engine which Mr. 11. .11. Wills
ordered with which to i un his shredder
has arrived at the depol, but unfortu
nately it is so broken up in shipping
that it cannot be used. It cannot be
unloaded from the flat as it is. He is
"playing In hard luck."
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
To Wesd i, GPeorgit.
Cards are out announcing the mar
riage on the 24th instant at 10 o'clock,
at the home of the bride at Bartow,
Ga , of Mr. R)bt. W. Riser and Miss
'Myrtle BAle Pugesley. Mr. Riser is
a native Newberrian and is a popular
young telegraph operator in his adopt
ed State. We extend congratulations
in advance of the happy event.
When Yau have no appetite, do not
relish your food and feel dull after eat
ing you may know that you need a
do.4e of Camberliain's Stomach and
Liver Tablels. Price 25 cents. Sam
ples froe at WN. E. Pelham's drug store.
Turnip Seed! Turnip Seed!! Fresh
and the best at Gilder's Corner Drug
Store. f&t tf
We are still p tying 2 ets. per pound
for old rubber boots and shoes.
H. S. Rightmire at Steam Laundry.
Prof Chas. Laue to Lt eture at ProFperlty.
We are requested to announce that
Prof. Chas. Lane will lecture in the
Methodist Church at Prosperity on
October 16th at 7.30 o'clock, and at
Zion Church on October- 17th at 3.30 p.
mn., Instead of at Monticello school
house as announced.
A new remedy for biliousness Is now
on sale at Pelhiam's drug store. It is
called Ohamberlain's Stomach. and
Liver Tablets. It, gives quick relief and
wvill prevett h le att:ack ir given as soon
as the first indication of the disease ap
pears. price '25 cents. Samples frce.
Bagging and Ties 50
ots. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
COTTON WEIGHER, rear of Clen
I will '.e glad to serve you to the best
of my knowledge and ability. t&f 1m.
Will give you one ton
of grain Fertilizer, an
alizing 8 per cent Phos.
Acid, 2 per cent Amon
.ia, 2 per cent Potash
for 2000 lbs. Sound
Cotton Seed delivered
at Oil M ill.
We also have acid,
meal and potash for
cash or exchange for
NWERdiY OIL 1VlIL,
By L. W. F LOY D,
Pres't, Treas. & Etc
We want to buy your
Cotton Seed. Will pay
you the top of the mar
ket for them, and sell
Call on us before sell
ing or buying.
MV. L. Spearman & Co.
VARIOUS-AND ALL AIOUT.
See Master's ads.
Itev. J. A. Sligh, of SlIghs, was in
the city Wednesday.
Mr. S. K, Bouknight went to Colum
bia Wednesday on business.
North Carolina is keeping us well
supplied with cabbage and apples.
Mr. R. M. Werts, of Pickens, was in
the city yesterday on business.
Mr. . H. Leslie Is innjouniced as
candidate for alderman from ward 3.
Mr. J. J. Langford is announced as a
candidate for alderman from ward 4.
Some of our citizens s ly that we had
frost yesterday morning.
State Constable Jiulius 14ison, of 0o
lumbia, was in the city this morning.
Mr. Robt. E. Leavell, of the Gaffney
Carpet Company, is spending a week
Homer Wheeler, of Ninety-Six, has
accepted it position with Blackwelder
Mr I. N. Kennedy will preach in
Thoilmpson street church Sunday morn
Wng at 10 o'clock.
Dr. E. 1. McGiltitock is absent, con
ducting a meeting in York county fur
IZev. Mr Stevenson.
When you sell cotton don't forget to
visit the printer and pay for your pa
per. lie needs it.
Col. 14llison 8. Kelt,t, the sage of E,o
orce, was in the city yesterday. The
Colonel was looking well.
A? s. William Wright, of near John
ston, is spending some time in New
Miss A rnie ) ivis, of G -eenville, came
to Newberry yesterday to att,end the
funeral oi Mrs. C. C. Davis.
Cotton seed are bringir.g 30 cents per
bushel. Some farmers say that they
are not wo-th that to put on the land.
Rev. A. J. B)wers will preach at
Bth Elen Lutheran church on Sunday r
next at I a ilm. The I-I >y Communion
will be adiinisti-red.
lr. W. B. Au', of Dysons, stol)ped
over in the city y( s,erday on his way
to the Lutherau Theological Seminary
at Mt. Ple0asant Charleston.
Mrs. George Johnstone. of Newber
ry, is the guest, * Mis. S. E. Turnip
seed at Mrs. K, U S:o1,1's resideUce in
Hyde street.- -reenville News.
Capt. and Mrs. Eugene 1P. Greneker,
rennille, Ga., and Mr. C. P. Greneker,
f Charlscton, arrived in the city yes
Lerday to attend the funeral of their 4
sister, Mrs. C. C. DAvls.
President M A. Carlisle, of the Na.
Lional Bank, attended the convention
3f the Amerlean Bankers' Ass,clation
in Richmond, Va , last week, and re
ports a delightful trip.
Tne ladies of the Church of the Re
:eiemer are raising funds with which t
to get a pipe organ for the church. It '
is very much needed, and we hope that C
6hey will meet with success.
Mrs Benj. Rawls, of Rocky Wel"
Lexington county, after spending sev
3ral weeks in Newberry with relatives
returned to her home Wednesday. She
was accompanied by Mrs. 1). W. T.
The Dan Packard Opera Company -
which was booked to appear- here to
nigh has failed to come to time. We
suppose they did not start out at the
tiroe thiey expected, and willl come
It Is tr-ue the cotton crop Is short, 5
but the farmer-s are getting a good
price for the cotton they are selling
and the mnerchnnts are all doing a good
business. Then why keep complain
Rev. C. HT. Waddell, super-intendent '
ef the Epworth Orphanage, Columbia,
will p)reaceh in the Johnstone Strecet I
ahurch on Sunday morning. The p)as-i
to'-, Rev. WV. I. Hlerber-t, is assisting in
a meet ing at Chester.
We ar-e requested to state that
ther-e will be a meeting of the Joint
Council of the Newber-ry Luther-an pas I
tor-ate at Mayer Memor-ial church on
Satur-day (20th Inst ) bofor-e the third
Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m.
A message was r-ecelved hero yestem
[lay from Rev. Geo. A. Wright statIng
that he had arrived in B3altimor-e with
Mr-s. Wr-ight, and that she had stood
the t rip much better- than wan expected.
Trheir- many fiends here.at home hope
for- the best.
The Mayor of the city for the past
two mornings has been making the way1
ef the transgressor har-d Indeed, Hie
had several up before him Wednesday I
morning and the fines ranged from $5 to
MO0. And the same thing happened 1
-Rev. M. G. G. Scherer will present
in a special sermon on next Sunday
morning the cause of the Lutheran
Theologieal Seminary, with special refr
erence to the Century Memor-ial En
dowment fund which is being raised by
the Lutherans In the South.
Rev. Geo. A. Wright left on Wednes
day with Mrs. Wr-ight for- Baltimore to
consult with specialists in John Hop
kiuns Inspltal, with the hope that Mrs.
Wright may be restored to health
They were accompanied by Dr, J1. K.
Gilder to Baltimore, and as far as Co
lumbla by Miss LizziAe Copeland.
Mrs. E. W. MeLenna Is spending
some time in Newborry with her daugh
ter, Mi-s. O A. Wright, who has been
ill for quite' awvhile. We understerid
Mrs. Wright will leave this week for
the Johns HIopkins IHospital, Balti
more, Md., for tr-eatment. It in the
earnest wish of her many Johnston
friends that she will soon ho fully re
stored to her health and usefulness.
' th I, lit .Jury.
The Jury Con,iIssioners met in the
Elerk's ol1co yesterday morning" ant
proceeded to draw the petit jury for
the sessions court., which will convene
rm the 22nh instant, with Judge W. C.
[Ienet presiding. The jury is as fol
Chesley ). Ilunter.
J. V. L. Arthur.
Alam M. Le:Ater.
E W . fll,.
It.. C'. Iluinter.
.JII0. S. Long.hore.
Drad y L'. Long.
Win. A. Kinard.
Dan C. Boland.
Daniel M. IBdenbaugh.
'T]he. N. K iblyr.
.1no. 11. P-elk, rs.
.J. WN. M1 llor.
II. M. 1). I,vingsto.
MI. Ila.\ nI olk.
S. R1rice McCarley.
E. IlaWkinlS I'otlgll.
IMarion .1. Scott.
Rufus It. flunter.
W. ack Wise.
Wm. A. IIent(z.
l-vi C. Troutimatn.
.1o. G. Miller.
W. L. Waters.
Win. If. Folk
G. Frank Wearo.
J. L. Connelley.
When oI cannot ,'ep for coutOhinp.
t Is hardly nee( , sIary that any one
hould tell you that. ou need a few
loses of Chamberlsiui's Cough hemedy
o allay the irritation of the throat, and
iake sleep possil-le It is good. Trv
t. Pr sale by N. 1,. l'elha1m.
"For three da.js and nights I suflfered
gony untold from in attack of cholcra
norbus bromhi on by vat.ing cucum
ers." says MI. ME. Lowiher, clerk of thf
istrict court, Cont-revil , Io.owi. "I
bought I should surely die, afl it d
dozen differeret medicinc4 but all lo
10 purpose. I sent for it bot-tle of
:hamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
hoca Retnedy and three doses relieved
ne entirely." This remedy is for sale
iy W. M. Pelham.
Bagging and Ties 50
:ts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
President Cromer, of Newberry Col
.ge recently sent, to Col. T. W. Iol
:way a most valuable document. It is
he olliclial report of the curators of the
Late Agricultural aid Mechanical So
icty in 1819, when Gen. Win. R. Davic
vas president and Col. Francis K. Hu
er and Col. Wade Hampton were
mong the vice-presidents. It is brim
ul of the most readable mattor. Itis a
ocunent that, no one knew was in ex
stence and gives the earliest record of
be organization which has given so
oany eminently successful exhibitions.
-The State, 0th.
A LIfe ua Death F~ight.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, Ia.,
Iriting of h is al most miraculous escape
romn death, says: "Exposure after mnea
les induced scriotus lung trouble, which
nded in consumption. I had frequent
emmrorrhages and coughed night and
ay. All my doctors said I must soon
io. TLhen I began to use]Dr. King's new
)iscovery for Consumption, nt biich comn
'letely cured me. I would not, be with
ut it ieen if it cost$~>.00ia bottle. H un
reds have used it on my recommenda
Ion andI all say it never falls Io cure
brort, chest and lunu troubles." Regu
rsr size 50e. and $1.00. Trial bottles
ree at aIr drug stores.
Remaining in the postoflice at New
'erry for the week ending Oct. 8t,h, 1909,
A-.T. S. Atkins.
C-John Caid well (2), Douglas Cald
rell, I. A. Corington.
D-James Deare, Miss Sarah D)omi
F-Mrs. Floydl, N. P. F'ollin, Jr.
HI-B. Hawkins, Ibemer Henderson,
Ir-I. R. Leggs, Abner Livirston,
M-Isaac Mack, Earnes Mayer, liallie
dears, B McLure.
P-Andrew Porter, J. '1. Price, Alice
'it,te, Gilbert Pit,ts.
R-Leo Ringer, Phil Ruder.
8-Gloss Shire & Co., 1Lee A. Sing
Tf-John Tillman, Chas. J. Tribble.
WV-Henry Wilson, Jeseph Wright,
t. W. Wrtz.
WV. Y. Fair, Postmaster'.
One car load of Bug
gies just received;
Buggies of all kinds
and of the very best
make. Also one cr -f
the well-known WL. te
H ickory Wagons. Call
and see our Buggies
and Wagons and get
our prices before buy
ing. We pay cash, dis
count bills, and can
give you the very low
Newhbarriaiiin tei's,omiag to ti iotl for
l1 a1 for tio Suiffererv --31t 1 1 1 More
Neteda mria Notle-d Qo%ic-kly.
Timl- 1m,bt at th Com11a4.r
m|4 that 1a -k.
Anl urgentt t apea f help comes to
the whole countr.y frot the grivf
strieke- and destitute people or Gal
veston, Texas, and al imiiate re
sponse should an6wer the call. It is
indeedL anL a;pllling State of affairs.
letwemti > (XX) anid 8,o0 lives were lost
atid 10.000 atre homueless and hungry
and ale crying for lp.
Every section of the Country is re
Sponding nobly and prolaptly to (lie
call, and Newbrry mtI. not be lag
gard in this mlatlor.
The list, his been left at, the Com
mvrcial Bank, and every one should
The following is a list of the contribu
tits So far, and imblic acknowledg
mnits will be inade in these coIlulm
front tilme to tilic.
FM % Ti l.: 'r . s s -1I.I.:r I.
'reviotisly aviknuo .-lge ........... i, I ,
M rs .1. Y ('ulbrvath................ i
l. Y. ('ulbrent ................ ..
T1os. 'NV. I.Larm.....................
T .1. 1ays...... ..................IC
. t o. G rw %in,. .. . . ... . . ... . 7
110 Faaoat-el tlies Sam rae.on.a.
A oItI d oars (ohl I ne k I ls iltoI.
"4 "' . Ii'.'' 0.. ulI lt'ving
filma* 11,4 1ta I.,Il ti .41 1'is. lW al, hie woatll(a
hie urh-sa a ..,t I1 ruin Wq py
[orl-d; alif be- vilred hillis-.. f with ivv
hoxes W, itkIde' AIlica ialve, the
-arest Pile iiI oil .t ,1(1 I th best.
Salve inl the .,Woal. 25 evnts a itx.
Sod by all druggiktm.
Demamth ae .11ra C c;. h:u l.,
AII-6. Sarahl D) vis, w ifo of Mlt.. c.(
)avis, died at her L.lot ill this cily
Wednesday libout noon, after an ino.,
of only a few hou lt', in te thirty-first,
year of hcr age. She was the m.agh
ter of the la: Thos . G eneker, of
this city, aIl wa.a univermty hm- ly
all who knew her. The comtlintiity
i e shocked 1at tIhe anIiioullcliint of
lo - death. Iler f-iK-n Ls LA n1iiirers
were n t-. they were (1.awln to
her by her beautiful traits of elaraete,
her kind, gent,le and mleck disposit.ion.
'1.'ruly hers was a beautiful Ciristian
life. ShE leavCs a hushand, nix clf -
dren--one only a few hours old at the
time of her dCt,h---a devotvd mnother,
two brothers, and a Iarge circle of rel
atives and friends, who iourn at the
(eParturle of One so Inuch beloved. She
will be irit-sed inl thle hone, in the
church and in the comm, an uli.ty, and the
heartfelt sympathy of all go out to the
loved ones in the taking away of wife,
lioier, friend. The funeral sCrvices
were held yesterday afterloonl at half
past three o'clock at the residence and
the remains wore interred at, 'osenont.
Card ot '1 haintkm.
I ail truly grateful to the people ef
Newberry Couuty for ihio handeome
vote given me on the 23t,l day of Aug
list and again on the I1th (lay Of S!p
(ember, by which I was elected to sut
0e0(1 that Christian gent leman, C. F.
Boyd, as Count-y Tr-easm erca.
I shall endeav'or to make you aL faith
ful puibl icser-vant and Prove to you that
the confidence replosedI in mne was not
J1no. L. Epps.
Lieut. Moorgmani Promo~atect.
The A rmy and Navy Journal gives
not,ice of the promotion of Second iAcut.
Tlhomans S. Il\aoormnan, Jr., Tlwent,y-nint.h
Voluntecr' InfaLntry, to be first lieuten
Lieut. Mloormnan is IL Columbian. I [is
comriades of the Sc cond South Carollna
regiment. will be lelasedI to heatr of his
advancement anfd t hey kniow thaat it Is
merit-ed. D)tgitied0(, unailssuming, con
scientionas atnd courteous he had t,he r'e
spect of all his old comnradles, atnd it is
those qualities that no0w give him11 pro
Lient. Aloormaiun has been in the l'hail
ipp ies ablout 13 mon)ths. For at large
part of the time he hats been in com)
manLtd of aL little gar-rison in a small
town, anti lately was sent to one of t.he
small Islands about 300 miles sout,h of
Manila.-TJhe Stat e.
Lieuteniant lAloorman has matny
friends in Newberry, who aeL- delighted
to hear of his promnotioni. 1li is aL nat ive
oif Newberry, being a son of Th'los. S.
Moormian, Easqj., whbo mnoved from this
city to Coluamble, severtal year-s aLgo.
The honor of carrying off a prize at
thle State F1air far out weighs Its inatr-in
All the Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
H ighest market price
ML.Spearman & Co.
Remember, we en
grave all goods bought
of us free of charge.
One complete set of
Rogers Bros. "1 874"
Knives and Forks for
$5.00 for 1 5 days only,
Yours very truly,
Daniels & Co.
Also 8on1W Au?t WhIch in Very Amtom
ilit ng . sIt4 I,t on 'et'ror,anit c ve Wh*ie L1c
qvi-itit4 I ncreil I it), 4.
11n th .\dan4 t I P Ml'' -,'mg aniMoo SOeIlS
Brotherls' hig mInla"eric, hippodinie
lin ccius aggIc-'rittion, which is to .x -
hibit, at Newherry in 'Ftuelulay, Oct. 2:3,
all Oh ult"mlIntS Contributev theirl rear
est living wollers, to instruct aral en
turtn in1. l'-igucly vonlspicumis ,tiloll
these w ill bo foidC(a pt ainl \\ood ward's
only school of pwirforminl" sca lions and
sels, a w ihc faiily of pi-altic alil
dar-ing ailphilbi., nrtists, wh1wk rar '
intelligt nve h1-as I.tif de!vvloped to a
moISt un1hit' , su p i I.aIld IudiCl-OWs
degiC, when the grI t(i--( lY tnn ichily
ebaraCt If tih-ir' bodi i , CoInsidl'ted,
and tailh tod stumpy llippers have to
b Ilocended ()f ln 111L t ite fnd
'le UTo tak 'SO ithee reture'tts fr-oin
th-l I lativ' t le i'nnt and ma11'kl e themi
soldi ,t t ni i cianl . , lois's, tillsanid
clowns, su ? i l in anly respvtts to
aNy <tlairpids and fuinnictieru an all1
of t uh t t , un Ita II oouldurtak
ing ruoli:t'inf' insiltiv, a 11iu, and tilt
I li I ited ))at i nc k.I u I-I,IIl k inIdner:s on theII
part, of t heir ta i nler.
The421 is at In road (.f kn:.t. nterI.aiw
llng train d Alil li f l ev i- at'
specics goi. the O reat . orc
pailgh l ti ceii Ih'.theri' ('i', ad'i,
inVadriitin, th'. e eol-briet' ian nunt
ht.lr of twentY-fiVe i Wo-c'.le.ged iownlz -
th- f1n1nif I ' fi that, 3.iz lr '. . ine I .\.
I t i eI i uhtt l v it' n h d t1 all I:Cl ropv. I or t1,e
2aiveti hu im (of thv N! % Worl i supply.
They l Itnd t mi t-intious I ml ,itr cand de.
h2t%t"l, tO1 t Il entir- p,rIoTI'-I of bril
pu perform"an)ces inl the inIlunlent-0
drome it-lt, alld, hig ai it i.,, lilt it
tl:, to burs* t ing withb fr.csh and ill
V, itt arable :iln ist Itill l , of t i ghte,t
elir. (St, kinld. Them110p u i
r 'eW I i uni le I a l inimliiita lO ' (0t-s e,
.tni:L" their astoni<4hinfly ecceltri
ald Mr.d-hot gailtes of basall, footi-ll
an-i gOlft th ir rat S, IerObatic feats,
rivalries anid clia itus (!f currenit
lui,follies and patimis hit the Solar
lexi, of Ii11pulri. appreccilationl e v e ry -
Where am114i 4 very time. They created
a flrin ilt tadison S(iltare Garden,
I d '.catter Ituore than ciough1i Ilith
td Sunlitn for thle millions wherever
mi' s fra n I )r i). I t. ( argilv, of
W ashilt1, I . T. I v writv.: " urh t
11cm of I"'vu0ct i l(ters hla4 vinred Mr.
Brew( r ofro.-Tuila, which1 hl caused
her great su1o't.ring for years. TerI ible
sore would hialk out on her head and
i.lcv, and the L( ;I doIr;cn< ive( Ill
lpil; but her c-rv im cOltt lotpleo anid her
hl11th is (-XV01elle l.." Th '1i,4 Show)s. wha11t
thousanI.s have lln,d i 1hat. Ietric
'iittr y hs is the le n o d :iI \% t;ewn
It's the Suprewm llemedly fascr a cn-Ato
Ietter, Qalt rhium, I'et s, b ois atid
running sort. Ie. It stiuli llfat.., tiver, kid
1W.YS and)( how)V'S, V e I4 IMiSoll, he-Ilps
digest ion, bui!d tip tie t relIgtl. Only
50 eests. So byieall druggisim. 01wigu..
L(jw%er P1rdi,lorry News.
edfr. 1 coga tL>ot -m lyl o of ti
A gr. Da Sodaand wife visit
bots Joh. I. a wd. f i., ]lst aal a
a& tligvstt oMs oa alrls
Mr. hachmor Come gav.ine pnear
tpirkin atuda wevnin last,, andh it
wase lo oe joly tie200 l..
ofr Nali g!ilmge isted hotis unle
Mpr. Jc. rayo~ DAmiick' faily, lat
IATtou A2 Who,n citt Mayoiil f'onr , )~
Aid gharan lteeo stais tover1 fl.he
.1t)or ofcet.rs. AciM. 2an pe Co.,
(Pfotsentranch wae avsl toxchangle for
ofid . WCael Tr ial[ urroth.
r farver my book ad, actsrefore w
tn 8willfo kindl aok allho o m to
80ea0 call andfee me.lI 1'byig
J. . (AE. II1I
l'o.-Nwhery . C Ot 2th96.
The regullar servic, oil nuXt, iltiday
afternoon is uiiil.
I'rof- J. J . W heeler leaves this inurri
ing to openi his schooll it 1"opia.
Alins I .da ihler is stil mco tiel Lo
her. room (puite sick.
Warii weather still lingers aiong
mv'. and mlrs. m. I,. Long, of Johti
stoll seetion. paid Its a very pleasant
vi:;it last week.
AMr. Crosson aind :!oil, Hlorace, of
L'esville, are visiting relatives in this
Mr.s. A. A. Nates, who hiAs beII very
sick for tI:e pist three weeks, died i at.
herl homei inl thim --ection onl satirdaty
nigh:b,. St!ptember :'.4h, 111c;, ait thie age
of :), years. and lio nionths. Tho fti
neral services were oudlucteI on Sutin
day afternoon it, o'clock at heri home
by h - aso, Itev. W. HI. Mliller, atf
ter which her r.4mains were laid to rest,
in tht hilYing grund near Ni i. \. A.
Sing!k.v's homle. Tho funwrill services
wee hirgly attentlded, showing t,he
h igh estem in which the di'ensed was
h(Ad. Mrlt. Nats was a consistent
MC1iei' r Gr7. I,litheranli h, and
ki'd in th(l hl!e of a ri'ight, fut.rIIIe.
Mr!,. Nal(-, W.tws IL good Ghri.,tian Wo
inai 1nd was dearly loved by all] who
knew her. Shet1 will he greatly miksd
in li r churt-1b. in tliel homei ind in ilith
comnity. Slit leaves a devoted hus
!Iatld and liv' ehbilrni'l to imlourn Iher
dvi-a l . W4. xfvm; 41ur1 ".Nimpatihy t.o
I It'Ie reaved f:1-1ilyN and friends. I'enae
to her ashes. SitA,
The Chrian Tempermnc- Un111on.
AlIt lhe womni .1ndi chi0b14e1 (if olur
State are invited to join (he "Christian
Tcilp'rano Wrers." 'I'his sociely
las no women suf'rage or' other ohjee
tiOnable feat tl '. ItS sole object is to
aldvanet tIhe callse of Christian Temper
anc. it, wet.-eu s ('iiiistians of all
'tnominatioins, tle women as imeinbers
of . T workers, the tiHdren as mnen
hers of hanis of hopr and t.he ien as
honorvary n'ilmbers of bOth.
Th is order is not, it) anly way conniect
t!uI with the W. C. T. U'. and has no
N\OwV thtt tHIe ani1nal meetilitg is aver
tlie I'resident will retui'n lto her work
of organizing. She will be glad to re
ecive invitat,ions to iny town wheri a
eblilteri Imay he organizi.d.
The State ollivers art:
1'resident, QI es'.Ph N. flerbert, Or
Ist V ice-I 'resident, Ais. Ali e Cary,
2nd 'ice-lv'esideni, Airs. G. T. Gard
Corresponding Secrettry, Mis Julin
Y. 81i1,, Spartan]iurg.
Treasurer, Airs. John IB. Cev'land.
Superintendents, Nirs. J. II. White.
11'vivon, Mrs. L2. Ml. Gentry.
Unfermented Wine, Mirs. S. A. Cas
Iinds of Iiope, Miss 8allie Carlisle.
Legislation, Airs. A. B. NI ill igan.
M,V s. . S. Ii i... '' r, 're I .
M1 iss . V. SM liTi, (Cor'. See.
C'onduielot' rer 4 ' Yr irs.
Capt. "'lillie'" Smiit,h, one of the oldI
est, and h ea k nownv condut.otris on th e
Gr'eenvilIle and Coltmiaiihi railrioad, yes
terday ceebrated the foty-tseconid year'
of hiis seri'c le w it Lihle corpoattOn.
Capt. "'Billie'' says that lie feels like
ia young chiic ken and is still th criowd
erI pea in t,be dish.
ie is known by ablntost, every perisoin
who ever' tr'aveled overi his ioad and no
one knows him but to like himn. lIe Is
alw~ays polIte, elever' and acommiodat
11 is many friends hei'e congral nate
himn on hiis spdlidid state of b. -al, and
wish for imi miany more year's of ser
* G(t Dat Moniey liui' tIano On
TJwo)~ whiIte men anti a ne'gr'o from Sa
I uda were in town .yesterday morning
looking for thme boy "t,hat never' came
hack."' Wednesday aLfternioon they let,
a negro have $15 to go to the d Ispensa
i'y and get themit some whiskey wit,h
and the niegi'o has not been seen sI nco.
'was Himpi1ly a ease of mIsplaced con
fidenee; and the negro strucik a soitt
ft'it 04 Ouirito,uty.
. I. Iiceleriger i, coloredl, brotught
aL t.urtle tn thiis ollco y ester'day
whic uwats a cuiio'tsity 3. On e'ithier side
oif its ba~eck were plinI lett,ers about a
hailf inch sqiuar', as follows: C J' t' E Y,
andl downi tIme back ia t r ipIlet of 'si w It,h
a l'lini Y ut t,be tail. Th'e moan caugh t
the( tirtle (on MI r'. . S. Ilirge's place0 In
Lbhis tow nshi p o,n Simnday, anid was ex
liii ing it o the st reets yestLerd ay as
F"resh TIurnilp Seed .'. (Iilder''s Corner'
A good TIalcumn l'owder for 5e. and
10c. a box at, Cilder's Coi'ner Dru'tg
Store. f&t tf
Sutbscr'ibe foi' tbc Del Ineattor' through
t, S. J. WVOOTEN:.
I"or gtoodt Cigatrs andi Tobacco go t o
GildIer's Coirner Dei'g Store. f&t tf
Irit .Jars andi llubbers at lowest cash
pr'ices at Gilder's Corner Driug Store. tf
Maston's Frilt Jars and Itubbers, low.
est cash pri'ces, IaL GIler's Corner D)rug
Itnist's 'ITurnip Seed. at Gilder's Cor
nor Dru'og Store. f&t t,f.
New lot, of New England Watches
ust In. Come in and see its.
t tf ' Danlols & Co.
SGood second Buggy for sale by
ifS J. WOOTENT..
An Unfortuinato Accident,
The fifteen-year-ol son of Mr. M. A.
Teague, I Iu, had ils right band
baidly hbm ned yesterday morning about
S o'clock whi'e working the collar o1)01
isherl at the lRightmlre Steam I atundly.
Ihle yOunlIg .,lan[ got ils hand caught
hvt venil two rullers which revolve close
togethcr, lie upper one being red hlot
t the time. Neatly all the liesh was
burned off to the bone on three fingers,
and tlae hbu and mash are so severe
Lltati amiputation of tle tingers may be
contie nelceSrI'y. Dr. W. G. Ilouscal
attended the young man antil dressed
m. vitrwAn by tin (jovertior.
Gov. McSweeney has offerId reiwards
for tho apprelt en son aid conviction of
oenilt'd ViiAets, ats follows: $100 for
Itobet, Woodt waid, who kill:-d Thomas
L"'IIons" inl U i:ion: $100 for .lohn
)ean, who killed )avid lerner in
Greernwood; $100 for S. A. Melntosh,
who killed Geo. McKenny in Abhevill ;
*10(0 for jo(. Smtials, who killed Adam
Giies in Itauitifort; s50 for Maley jiaep
-;onl. who killed Arlch Melae in Marl
bt'r; $ i lor Abe Melvin, who kil(d
.Jesse MeNair in Marlboro;' $100 fur
.11T1,urner, who killed Newton Irby inl
Arran111ov your. phls earvly to attend
tle l AnItual State Fair at. Columbia
( Wt. '.Ai to Nov. 2d, inclusi ve.
s'aw vFair Attrac0ion4.
I'resident, ). 11. Johnson of Winthrop
(>Al,ge ts announliced tiat t,le yourg
ladies of (le college will visit the 'tite
0air inl I body. They will attend on
Wedn'dayv, going by wiy of the Three
('s tild t he S. A. L.
'I'le Astoeiatior hits iIrrnIged for (L.o
pt od tic iiln of 'ai I's tire works ''uesday,
WVednesday tId u'lr u I-sulay nights, aItd
.he display will include the grinid rep
rest n1 tation of the v I Iied foices attack
ing the Chiinese antd eapturiilg Takti.
The I'reitmiu Laist shows ati icreae
inl tIhLe IIoInber of Priumt11ts and a de
cidled increase in ihe value of the 1 'reml
.ow IaS I'M to ('ha1ticMinni .
On aeneeit of ainuail Convent,ion of
t,he Letg1e of A mlerican Municilpalties,
(IhailesLoti, S. ('., )eceiber l2t.-15th,
I10, the A clant,ic Coast Line begs to
tIlnonunte rate of one fir-st,-elass fare,
round (trip, plus $, 00. Tickets to be
sold )ee. 9th, 1 all ud II Lih, ironl clad
signattre forI, continuious passage,
with inaiimil I)ec 2-Ith, 1900. The
A tlanti CIoast ILine runs through i'uil!
linao biflet sleepig ears via. Rich.
imlon)d, \'a , ot all through trains.
_ - - ~ of0.
Specimleus of your finest, grainP,
vegeables, ;Inely-butilt st,oek, including
poiti.ry should be shown It at the Stao
psair, ot. 29th to No\. 2d.
fleth E411 t(n ll" m.
;ood ritin last week. iirm-iers busy
s1winig gtrain. ILet thiere lie a large
crtop put in, as it will lie much nieeded
Mitiss NIlary (G1ibsoni will open school
There will bo 'ommiuniont at lieth
l'ndent Sunday, flev. A. .1 Bowers will
fill thie pli t inl LI.e ablsenlce of IHev. M~Ir.
Mi's. Bachmuan Crtomner has beenci very
ill for several days.
Cottont is sellinug at a good prico, and
nlow is the Limo to treat your family to
it pianoli ori or'gan. L . A. H[awk ins cant
ft unishi you one that is reliable at a
pr'ice tat, wiill suit the times.
M i. and M r's. lH. L. A bramns arc visit
ing thc hiome of the latter's father this~
WVe are soru'y to hear that, Mr. J. C.
Cofield hals lost hiis gin~ house and1( twclve
bales of cotton.
October I I ti', 1900.
Throutgh tbe medium of t,he State
Pair all branchtes of industry, incluiding
live stock, htave beent greatly imfprovedl
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
-Fa"tsionatblo Fa tll andi Winter
A SPEC(I, )isPL'AY ToC tiE tSEEN A'T
Where has just beent received froml the
Northewrn iar'kets a full and varied
stock of till thle latest,ercat,ions in F"AI,L
andl WiNt'nt Milliner'y. Assortment
lar'ger ihanl ever befoto. '1Trimmd un..1 lfl
trimmItedI aind ready-to-wear Ii ats, em
bracing styles suit.able for all ages and
ptiations ini life-beauty, comlfort, be
comingneiss andu (eontomiy In thetm all.
1)on 't forget thIiat, at the RISICR M ii
linery you get new goods af, old prices.
N Ti C I IS 11 l-R1BY GI VEIN,
- thaut the following taxes have
been levIed by the Town of Newber'ry
for tho fiscal year endIng D)ecember
For' gener-tal purposes..........51 mills.
For' Water Works and Electric
Por' Opera IlousO Bonds...... i "
Making a total of.........86 mills.
The tax hooks will be opent at the
offiee of the undersigned in the Town
of Newherry, 8. C., on tile 25th day of
October, 1000, and will remaIn open for
the collectioni of said taxes uint!il three
(31) o'clock p. m.-, on to 26th day of
November, 1900. After the 26th day
of November1 1900, a penalty of ten por
cent. will be added to all taxes in ar
rear's. JNO. C. GOGGANS,
C & T. T. 0. N.