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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S1T A T E D CONVENTIONS OF
this Lodge will to hel( the 2ad
at(I 4th Tu-sdaity night of each imionthi
at 7.30. VIiting Kuizhts cordially
welcomed. TIOS. 1. 1iPl'ING,
K. of It. aid S.
Crotwell H1otcl Buildin..
NEWRfliRY0'" 0 'rON MAIUKr.
((Corrected twice a week by J. W. Uary & Co;)
October 16th, 1900.
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The New berry lotol is the place to
sell your turkeys and eggs. t&f2t,
On Iuill 7 1n0.
Yesterday morning the cotton till
started up on full time, having resum
ed regular hours again. We hope this
will continue And that It will never be
cone necessary again to work on three
This is the season when mothers are
alarned on account of croup. It Is
quickly cured by Ono Minute Cough
Cure, which children like to take.
Gilder's Corner i)rug Store.
Turkeys and eggs wanted at tile
Newberry Hotel. t&f2t
All sportsmen interested in the pres
ervatio'l of gain and Inforcing the
State and National gamo laws will
meet at ofiec of Schumpert & Holloway
Saturday 2)tli Oct., inst.
Feelings of Rtfety pervade (he house
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure,
the only haruless remedy that pro
duce: immediato results. It Is infalli
ble i v.ingls, colds, croup and all
throat ani lung troubles. It will pre
vent consumption. (2Ider's Corner
The laptls8t N Ly hell.
The West, Eid Baptists have received
the new bell for their church and will
have it in position for service by tomor
row evening. The bell weighs 1,500
pounds and is the largest in the city.
It is well to know that DeWitt's
Witch Haz.l Salve will heala burn and
stop the pain at once. It will cure (c
zema and-okin diseases at( ugly wounds
and sores. It is a certain cure for
piles. Counterfeits may he',otfered you.
See that you get, the original DeWitt's
Witch 11azel S dve. Gilder's Corner
The Tent Mkottig.
The tent meeting which has been In
progress here for the past tenl days,
conducted by R-3v. N. G. Holmes and
his assistants will close tonight., Mr.
Holmes having an engagement to he
gin a meeting in Laurens In a few days.
The services have all been well attend
ed an( we believe that Mr. Holmes has
done the community much good by his
Yes, August Flower still has the larg
est sale of any medicine in the civilized
world. Youri mlothers and grandmothi
ers never thought of using aniything
else for indigestion or biliousness. D)oc
tors were scarce, and they seldom heard
of appenidicitis, nervous prostration or
heart failure, etc. 'rhoey used August
Flower to clenn tihe system andl stop fer
mnentation of undigested food, regulate
the action of the liver, stimulate the
nervous and organic action of the sys
tem, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
.andl other aches. You only necdl a few
.doses of Green's August F"lower, in li
.quid form, to make youl satisfied there
is nothing serious tihe matt.er with you.
)For sale by W. El. Polham.
Drs. IHouseal and Kibler yesterday
took off the fingers of Elugene Toague,
which were so badly burned and mash
ed at tihe Steam Laundry a few days
ago. Three of the fingers were taken
off at the thir'd joints, and the fiager
next to the t.hum at or near the second
joint. Trho operation was successfully
done and the young man stood It man
fully. He is getting along finely this
A Thsousiand Tongues
Could( not express the rap, tire of An
nic E. Springer, of 112.5 Howard at.,
PhiladelphIa, Pa., when she found I hat
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
snuption had completely curedl her of
a hacking cough t hat for many years
had made life a burden. All other
remedies and doctors could give her no
hlelp, but she says of thi Royal Cure
--"It soon1 remlovedl the pain in my
chest and I can now sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sound(inlg Its
prauises throughout the Universe." So
wIll every one who tries Dr. KIng's
New Discovery for any trouble of the
Throat Chlest, or Luniga. Price 50O0. and
.$1 00. Trial hiottlos free at all Drug
Stores; every bottle guaran teedl.
Almost a Fire.
Sunday about church time there
came near being a serIons fire at the
residence of Mr. Win. Johnson. He
wont to church and left a small fire In
the fire place and a coal popped out ten
or twelve feet onto the bed and set the
bed afire. Mr'. Johnson's mother was
at home and smelled something burn
ing and on iinvdstlgation found the bed
in a blaze. The fire had burned
through to the mattress and had burn
ed a large hole In It. The bed cloth
ing wei'e thrown into the yard and the
Ilamnes extinguishect. No danage was
done except to the bed, but It was a
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
VARIOUS AND ALL AlOUr.
See land for sale.
Next week will be court week.
Cotton seed stands at 30 cents.
.1ust one week until the elrCu.
Cotton has taken a tumble downwa rd.
We are having some ideal weather.
The State Fair Is only two weeks off.
Sheriff Buford went to Greenville
Saturday on business.
The second week jurors will be drawn
on Thursday morning.
Aliss Annie Davis returned yesterday
to her home in Greenville.
Mr. W. S. Mann ret.u,ned yesterday
from a visit to Fairfield county.
NIr. J. I. Wheeler, of Winnsboro, was
in the city the latter par t of last week
Mr. J1o. A. Senn is announced as a
catididate for Alderman from Ward -.
The sherilf has ten or twelve prison
ers for court. F"our charged with mui
Mr. S. I. Jones left, yesterday for
Greenville to attend the United States
.Ar. M?I. .J. Smith, of the county, is
attlnding court in Greenville this
Col. W. It. flunt spent a few days in
Columbia last week on professional
Mr. S. K. Bouknight is announced in
this paper as a candidate for alderman
from ward 5.
Mr. and Mrs, Thos. F Harmon have
gone to Atlanta to attend the State Fair.
Miss Gertrude Carwile has gone to
Nashville on a visit to Miss Fanile
Mr. MeElvene, of Sumter, is spending
a few days in Newberry with relatives
Mr. L. ). Wicker came up Sunday
from Columbia to vieit his friends and
'r[It Albert Ii llro %n is announced
in this issue as a candidate for alder
ian fron ward L
Mr. W. C. Rteeder of Columbia. sI nt
Sunday and londay in the city with
Policeman Fratilklin has recovered
anot,her lot of stolen Poods and will
have the thief in a few days.
Chief Hunter ran afoul of ten or a
dczen negro "crap shooters" yesterday
but they were "just beyant" the city
A new platform has been built
around the freight depot of the C., N.
and L. and is quite an improvement in
Mr. G. 13. Boozer, of Ridgeway,
passed through Newberry yesterday on
his way to Greenville to attend the
United States Court as a juror.
"in Darkest Russia" at the opera
Saturday night. This company carries
with it a female orchestra, which is
said to be a good one.
Treasurer Boyd began the collection
of taxes yesterday morning. Several
people paid on the first day and it's a
good rule to follow.
Mr. Eli ot Evans, of Athens, Tenn.,
and Mr'. Jeff Evans, of Roanoke, V~a.,
were called to Newberry on account of
t,he illness of their father.
Miss Kate Wheeler, after spending a
week or ten days with relatives and
friends in the city, returned to her
home in Winnsboro last week.
Miss Sallie Smith returned to her
bome In Spartanburg yester'day,
after a lealsant visit to Mr. W. A. Ja
mileson's family in this city.
The mayor had a paying court again
Monday morning, Hie had several be
fore him and the fines ranged from $20
down to the impressive "hlogging" of
the little"'plckaninny"by Its "'mauma."
11anging in the wind'ow at Wm. John
i)n's hard ware store can be seen an
interesting coast chart of Galveston
Bay. It was sent to Dr. S. G. Welch
by his son Williams Welch. Lawson
Kibler will take pleasure in explain
Ing the chart to you.
03~ account of Forepaugh & Shell's
Bees', circus, Newberry, S. C., t.he
Southiern Railway Co. wilhl sell tickets
for the round trip to Newberry, from
aill points within a radius of 50 miles,
for one and one-third first-class fares.
rickets to be sold Oct. 23d, 1900, with
mia! limit Oct. 24th1.
Thecre is more Castarrh In tis r,'ction of tuo
ronnIryp thant all oilher dliseases put together
unIl the last lew yeais wats supposed to
beS incurable. For a great many years doctors
poneita local dlisease, andt prescribed1
lcrmdis anid by constantly falling to
3nre with it '. tree' mnent, prononame it in.
3arable. science lie-, proven, catarrh to be a
JOn8til ittional dilenaoe, and therefore rPqu res
sonstittional treatmeont. Ihail's Cata:rht
D~uie.m-mufactured by F". J, Chieney & Co..
I'oledo, Ohio, Is tbo o, ly conslttutlonal cure
in the market. It is taken internally in doses
rt om 10i drops to a tao3l)onful. It acts dir'c-.
ly on the blood( and mucons suirfacesA of the
itystem. They otror one hlund(redt dollars fo
Tny case It fnlis to cure. Se nid for circular
lnd testimonials. A ddress,
i'. J. CH EN EY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by dlruggl9s pie 75e.
IIallPs Family Pills are the best.
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
U. B. Juror,.
The following persons from the coun
ty have been drawn to serve as petit
jurors at the United States court, which
will convene in Columbia the second
week in December; the s6ssion having
been postponed to that time: Messrs.
R. D. Smith, Newberry'; W. T. Gall
liard, Prosperity, and Jacob B3. Fellers,
Torturing skin eruptions, burns and
ores are soothed at once and prompt,ly
healed by applying DeWItt's Witch
Hazel Salve, the best known cure for
piles. Beware of worthless counter
feits. Oilder.s onern Drug Stor.
in1g FouIg lt by To'1-O Wit, Are Optopotud
TEl, Is iN tail,ihaiuget.
Ed i tor lIerald and Nevws: h'ltere are
ti,lose in 'rosperity wio are ilitlefati
gz0!( iII tI heir . iYorts a-. a ii.t t he opel: -
ing of adispensary here. A year. ago,
when anl election was held hero on this
(puestion, I.'d r(stilted inl a maj->rity of
three agal1ist the di,ispeisary, its frien.ls
quietly necepte! the verdict from tile
ballot-box and imitdn no "kick" what
ever, though, it is said, there were
grounds for revolf. Now, however, the
tables are turned I; id the vote has re
sulled i! favor of a local dispensary by
a like majority of three, and the anti
dispensary fation are raiing ill the
howl posible, 'vs)rt'in.r is a last, ef
fort to tIiat clause of ti e statute which
provides, in subst -O ., that if it ima[jor.
ity of the Township voters petitioa to
the eontrary within twenty days, it
shall he "coinpetent," and the dispeii
sary may not or shal not be opened.
This clituse is an iijusl ieu to an in
corporated town; yet it Is la w, and ilist
be honored. But, it is a pretty "kettle
of fish,' indeed, if the people of a Tow n
cannot govern the busilness affaiirj of
the incorporation without being con
trolled by the Heitiilent of those res-dil
ing I)eyond tile ilcoIorILted borders
Peop'- of a Town ought to know what
they want-what, will onhance their
bisiness interests-and shotild be em
powered to establish any lawful . bus
iness looking to their upboilding or
suspend any which do not inuire to the
interest of the inco -poration. If self
government is not ' lie priic object of
incorporation, then t. ;s "compelent"
for son1e wiscre to en0lifht It U-. It.
will also be "coImlpe.eIt" for Mur delegit
tion in the G-2tienal Asseibly of 1901
to rightly serve their const,ituents by
securing the suggested amendment to
the law. The law is for the people,
and all the peoplule should have that por
tion of its protection which is their
just due-il more, no less.
I havo not seen a pl-titio, but 11am1 tol
that suveral are being -irculated in No.
9 Township against the opening of the
1.3rosperity dispensary, also count,er p.:
titlons praying that the dispensry
elected by the voters of Prosperity be
established. The fight is on -its result
is of the future. I truly hope that tle
fierce contest will engender no strife
amongst the good people of this Town
or Township, that no ties of friend.hlip
may be rudely sundered, and that those
who sign petitions pro et con will (0 so
without regard to the influences whichi
may be brought to bear upon them.
The law provides that voters shall be
"untramnineleI,'' and we should be un
trammeled in signing petitions. This
is lawful and right. Let the law be
honored in its observance, and let us
love and respect our neighbor regard
less of the difference of opinion oin the
Prosperity, Oct. 15th.
Robbed (lie Grave.
A startling incIdent, of whichi Mr.
John OlIver of PhIladelphia, was the
suibject, Is nai rat I by himi as follows:
"'I was in a mio.t dlre(dIial condition.
My skin was almostt yellowv,e.yes sunken,
tongue coated, pain contlinlly In
back and side' ::a appetitr -gradually
growitig wveake" (Oay by day. TIhree
physicians had given me up. F"ortu
nately, a friord r I vi :1 Iitying Elec
trIc Bitters; anid to my great joy and
surpise, the first bottl mczade a decided
improvement. I conl inued their use
for three wteks, and ami now a well
man. I knm w they swevd my life, andt
robbed the grava of another victim."
No one shouild fall to try themi. Only
50 cts., guaranteed at all Drtug Stores.
L.st a iece of is Finger.
Mr. Pope Davis, while at work last
Fr'iiday at the city market, had the
misfortune to get the midd(le finger off
his right hand caught in a sausage mill
and cut square oif near the first joint.
The wound was dressed by Drz. 0. B.
Mayer and is getting alonig finely, yet
Air. Davis selfers muich pain and Incon
venience from the unfortunate acci
Dr. W. Hl. Lewis, Lawrenceville, Va.,
writes, "I amn usinig Kodol Dyspepsia
Ctiro in my p)ractice among severe
cases of indigestion and finid it an admi
rable remedy." Many hundreds of
physicians depend upon the use of K(o
dol DyspepsIa ('ure in stomach troti
bies. It dIgests what you cat, and al
lows you to eat all the good food you
need, provIding you do not overload
yotur stomach. Gives Instant relIef and
a p)ermanent cure. Gilder's Corner
At the residence of Mr. aiid Mrs. A.
L. Aull oni Oct. 14, at 9) a. im., Mr. Joe
F. Stockman ard Miss Lialla May Aull,
Rev. .J. A. Sligh billciating.
They are a handsome couple and
have bright p)rosp)ects In the futuire.
The writer wIshes L,bem happiness all
along the road that leads to the end
of this weary journey. And after death
we hope they may have a crown of lIfe
in the blissful fields of paradise and
sing songs forever.
Pomaria 15, 1900.
D)os It, Pay to iluy Cheap.
A cheap remedy for coughs and colds
is all right, but you want something
that will relieve and cure t,he more
severe and dangerous results of throat
and lung trotibles. What shall you do?
Go to a warmer and more regular cli
mate? Yes, if possible for you, then in
eithei' ease take the only remedy that
has b een Introduced in all civilized
countries wit,h success in severe throat,
and lung troubles, "LBoschee's German
Syrup." It, not only heals and stum
ulIates the tissues to dest.roy the germ
disease, but 411lays inflammation, causes
easy expectoration, gives a good night's
rest, and cures the patient,. Try one
bottle. Recommended many years by
all druggists in the world. F.or sale by
The Foll E
Our Immense Li
there been show
As is on exhibitioi nc
ably low prices becaU
the right time, w7en
many goods we savec
This saving goes to o
clothing ! C1otihing!
Clothing Enot'h for Newberry County.
$20,000 Stock to select from. Men's Suits
$2.i0 that would ho cheap it t.00.
1en's good Vool Suits, $ 1.9S.
250 suits ranging in prico from $5.00 to
$8.00, that would bo good V1alue at en dO to
Oir R"10 Line of Suits is something inl
which wo tak special pride in showing. In
all colors of Cassimnores andChoviots, al o inl
Black Worsteds. We defy you to showi a
better suit at $12.50.
Wo have a splendid ussortiment of Ifigher
Giade, in all colors from $12.50 to $18.00- -
the best value we havo ever shown. An im
mouse line of Extra Pants, from $1.00 to
SWUen You Noo[I I
The largest and most coi
When you need anything in tU
which was bought on the
to our customdrs. Oc:od print
Homespuns, 5 cents. Best 4
Heaviest Wool Jeans, 25 cent
Shows all the latest style
portion as any of our lines, an
This stock must be sold.
we can sell you better goods f
of the fact if you will call and
A hearty invitation is giv<
desira to extend our thanks
stowed upon us in the past.
l"resh Tlurnip Sced at Gilder's Corncr I ewi i
A good Talcumi Powder for 5c. anid nd II. M
10O0. ai box at GIdea's Corner D)rug
Store. f&t t,f 2. The v
Subscribe for' the Delineaitor through the schools
tf S. J1. WooTl:N. 3. Rcori.
L"or good Cigars and T1obacco go t. o curs.
Gilder's Corner Drug Store. f&t tf
Fruit .Jars and Rubbers at lowest cash Bags
prices at Gilder's Corner Drug Store. ti cts. a I
Mason's F'ruit Jar's and Rubbers, low-. E l
est cash pr-ices, at, Gilder's Corner Drug tg. g'
IBuist's Tfurnip Seed at, Gider's Cor
ner Drug Store. f&t t,f' I)o not,
New lot of New E'nglaind Watches troubles y'
ust In. Come In and see us. fromn ind(i
t tf D)aniels & Co. Cure dige's
Good second Buggy for sale by the worn. o
tf 5. J. WooT1-:N. is the oni
---------------- this is why
No other pi!is can equlal D)eWitt,'s eve~lI .in
Little Early Rtisers for piromptness, cor- taiken in al
tainty and elliciency. Gider's Corner but do you
Drug Store. m-re
ne of New Goods
er in the history c
n in the up countr
is Furishings, Hat
Ltpe Dry G.o<
>w at Jamieson's, and al
ise we went to the whol
prices were being slau
I as much as 10, 15, and
ur customers. Herein I
: "Goods well bought
our [no of Boy' H iil Chliit's Sits
Ha Beil Most Cirorldly S eleted anld
flr- surl-passws an vthing we hIav tever shIowl.
We SP"tCvl t n sleeil pain mI this lin. to
gept tho b'st.
Childii's Choalp Suits, '_Octs., 7cts
andl( ".,.00. Bitler onets ait. ful, :00ad
Wo picklod uom1 Soelll biarldns to soll
at $:.04, s:1. 0 and -. 100 tiat woul i cvheap
at i dollar mloro t1n the stit.
Ask to slo the Wool JienJ Pants ut e lets.
Shoes! Shoes! Shoes!
The Shoe House of Newberry.
In this lino WO aro still in Ih led. as
$ I 5,(0100 St.oek of Shoes. Shoes Stacked
'outWBar Ja8ioso30'8 i8 t
Tiplete line of Cents' Furnishing4
us line remember Jamieson's is ti
)CK OF STAPLE DRY
basis of seven cents cotton. Th
s, 3 1 -4 cents. Latest novelty in
4 sheeting, 5 1-2 cents. Wool J<
LECTION OF H ATS AN
s and new-shades in soft andstiff
d our customers get the profits.
We are here to sell the goods w
>r the price than you can get else
~et our prices.
an to all to corne in and see our n
to a generous pu:blic for thei
lihe Coutiiy Tenehmern A nxiii '4,Al VliihiiTI m
hleIr y, 8. I., Ocet. 00 ot h 13900. h ~ ~ ~ f~l
Iov*ercomei the di ilIcult,ies in soi J i ~ l. I
he hiigher' branches ini te lu ''riiesizca
hools.-l'ofs. It. A A bramns i ..1 I ~Lp I lra
duei of teaichinlg drawing ini pIi'eetJai e ro
. Mis'. Ilizableth 1Domi1niek. I.C
so /ibn-- lcbo fdi anll Snu n , ()c,
'1'hae an~ <ditlif opfta
~i ng an Tie 50 rnon ranc areWi as' it<
)aIca Ie r. J . '.mppev lg''I
and wnt atk blh
it somac l)Lrfoe, ret. I. Iine a th *ver
lr(lani atio kncton of h alit e,bry .U ..9
(gingt and Tiases o50o;mrktpie
els ha fuild.liv,ia b e is or buyofng. am
I coditons tolcanot klnownV a.S D ei rs ai,l
/oo. UlEvns &'rc Co.i ~at
I Eurnest ot
Now Ready for
>f the trade has
y such a stock of
s, shoes, and
I are to goat remark
asale markets just at
ghtered. On a great
on some 20 per cent.
ies the secret of suc
are half sold."
from llooe to ceiling, undor countors and in
llislo:-, all first Mhass, and onr pricos boing so
u1ch lowor 0than1 others, to soll them is
tin vasy J(Ib.
Vm )11rn1 's Shoes 78 t s, bottor than grades
.18ets. to '1. )
A hig lot of Womall's Kid Button and
f1,C Shoes, worth $1.2), to bo Hold at $1.0).
A,sk f-)r O h . 1 blrrisIurg IlaUCk bottom Shoes
at I . t h ho most goods over told for tho
o00 pairs 11 ilghout Mn't Broganls $1.00.
THwHo arle wvorth $1.2.
i 's Ilco or Congross Slioos, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.01). ( Iry llos.
A Ftdl Lino of Zoigler Bros. Pino Shoos
for Lalies and Lilly Brackott for Mon-tho
host, goodsi that money can buy. Call for tho
Messonger Shoes for Boys, tho best, on tho
h8 PIace to UomB.
Joods to be found anywhere.
3 difference in the rise we give
best prints, 5 cents. Heavy
sans, 12 1-2, 15 and 20 cents.
Hats, all bought as low in pro
~e advertise, for we know that
where. We will convince you
ew goods, and at this time we
r most liberal patronage be
rs overt theI
vans) & Co., ICOTTO N WElGH(KiiHI, rear of Cen
Ithe oliee of trI l s.
outt helre I will 'ee glad to servo y'ou to the best
>W _1we met of my knowledge and)4 abIlity. (&f Imi.
1900. f&t0t Choice Strawb Ierry pilants8 for sa1ol) y
Mirs. WV. A. Young. t&f 8t,
cantWingj the Wo atre ('tiil payinlg 2 cIs. petr pound
us little p1lls for41 old rubb)er boots and shoes.
an'ly lUssers. 11. S. Itighitmire at Steam Laundry.
- Bagging and Ties 50
uy your cts. a bale at
Vill pay E. M. Evans & Co.
ie mar- f&t a
in our "WANTED."
lowest All the Cotton Sec6J
you have for sale.
re sell- Highest market price
n &Co. M.L Searman&C,o.