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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TATE ) CONVENTIONS OF
this Lige will bo held the 2nd
aud 4th ITuesday ligIh1s of each nonth
at 7.30. Visiting Knights cordially
Welcomed. THo14. E. EiP I'NG,
K. of IH. and S.
Crotwell Hotel lluilding.
On account of the Confederate Vet
erans' Reunion, Augusta, Ga , Novem
ber4 1-th-15', 19.', round trip tickets
will be sold by the Charleston & West
crn Carolina Ity. Co. at the following
rate from Newberry, $2.05, with final
limit Nov. 18th, 1900,, inclusive.
Choice Stra wberry plants for sale by
Mrs. W. A. Young. t&f 8t.
Read anid Prolit 11y It
Don't fail to read the tid. on the first
page of this paper. It treats of one of
the leading business houses of New
I.'erry-the place where you -are wel
comted by polite and attentive clerks,
goods of every description and quaitity
at prices to make you smile. J ist step
to the front doir at any time and take a
peep. Goods from Iloor to ceiling and
clerks by the dozen as busy as bees.
This is NI imi.ugh's-the bargaln. giver.
It is well to know that DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heala burn and
stop the pain at once. It will cure ec
zena and-skin diseases and ugly wounds
and sores. It is a certain cure for
piles. CoUnterfel ts may be'ofered .voU.
See that you get the original DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Gilder's Corner
The decorations will be ol anl clabo
rate scale at the Confederate Veterans
Reunion in Augusta, Ga., November
1-Ith. 15th and M(th. Take the Seaboard
Air Line Railway. it.
Turkeys and eggs wanted at the
Newberry Hotel. t&f2t
Wilt Save You Mone11y.
Money saved is money made is an old
adage and which is being proven daily
at Jamieson's mammoth clothing and
furnishing house in Newberry. lie has
the goods and can save his customers
money. Give him a call before buy
ing-he tells you in t,his paper of some
of the many things lie has for you. At
his storo you will find a corps of as
polite, attentive, and obliging clerks as
any house in America. Remember
A Frightful Ilnder.
Will often cause a horrible Burn
Scald, Cut or Bruise. Buckleti's A rnica
Salve, the best in the world, will kill
the pain ad promptly his it. Cure
Old Sores, Fever Sores, Ulcers, Roils,
Felons, Corns, all Skin Eruptions
Best Pilf cure on earth. Only 25 ets. a
box.. Cure guarantecd. Sold by all
A Lady to Lecture Toright.
Rev. W. I. Herbert received a tele
gram yesterday from Miss Belle Kear
ney, organizer' and lecturer for the
W~oman's Christian Temperance Union
of this State, stating that she would be
in Newberry and lecture in the Trhomp
son Street church t his evening at 7.30
o'clock. Public invited.
Yes, August Flower still has the larg
est sale of any medicine in the civilized
world. Your mothers and grandmoth
Ors never thought of using anything
else for ind igestion or hiliousness. Doc
tors were scarce, and they seldom heard
of appendicitis, nervous prostration or
heart failure, etc. They used August
Flower to clean the system and stop fer
mentation of undigested food, regulate
the action of the livoer, stimulate the
nervous and organic action of the sys
temn, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other' aches. You only need a few
doses of Green's August Flower, in li
quid form, to make you satisfied there
is nothing serious the matter with you.
For sale by W. E. Pelham.
Dra. W. H. Lewis, Lawrenceville, Va.,
writes, "I am using Kodol Dyapepsia
Crre in my practice among severe
ctases of indigestion Rnd find it an admi
rable remedy." Many hur.dreds of
physicians depend rupon the use of Ko
dolD Dyspepsia Cure in stomach tron
bles. It digests wvhat you eat, and ail
lows you to oat all the good food you
heed, providIng you do not overload
your stomach. Gives instant relief and
a permanent cure. Gilder's Corner
Sons of Veterans and Daughters of
the Confederacy will be present at the
Confederate Veterans Reuniodr in Au
gnsta, Ga., November 14th, 15th and
16th. Tfake Seaboard Air Line Rail
To Protect the (Game.
On Saturday a number of citizens of
the county met in the oflce of Messrs.
Sdhumpert & Holloway and organized
the Newberry County Game Protec
tion Association. The object is to pro.
toot the game in open as well as the
closed season. An executive committee
has been appointed and all violators of
the law will be punished if they can be
caught. F"ull particulars will be pub
A Night of Terror.
'"Awful anxiety was felt for the widow
of the brave General Bur'nham of
M1achias, Me when the doctors said
she could not, live till morning",.writes
Mrs. S. HI. Lincoln, who attended her
that fearful night. "All thought she
must soon die from Pneumonia, but she
begged for Dr. King's New Discovery,
sayingIt had more than once saved hem
life', and had cured her of Consump
tion. After three small doses she slepi
easily all night, and its further use
completely cured her." This marvel
ous medicine is guaranteed to cure all
Throat, Chest and Lung Daseases
Only 50e and $1.00. Trial bottles fre<
at all drug stores.
VARIOUS AND ALL A1OUr.
8eo sale of personal I: roperty.
Rev. J. A. Sligh was in town yester
"A pair of Tram ps," at. the opera
houst) Thursday Iight.
Sec Jamieson's front Witdw. )tC
so0nts at Warm at ppea lairace.
Ex-Sherllf W. W. Riser, of the coun
ty, is in the city attending court.
The dispensary is closed today, and
the "o-be-joyful" Is hard to get..
The stockholders of the Parmers'
Mutual held a meeting on Saturday.
Mr. Leighton Cosby, who has been
in Greenvillo for the past few months,
is in the city.
Miss iMary 1'ope has gone to Green
ville, and will teach in th Bapt,ist or
phanage at that place.
Many of ourv citizens will visit Co
lumbia next week and attend the State
The fare for t,he round trip to Colum
bia next week will be $1.80, which in
cludes one admission to the Fair.
The circus will show today on the
vacant lots in the bottoms, in rear of
)r. W. A. Young, now a full-fledged
and already a popular "knight of the
grip)," is spending a week at home.
Mr. and Mir,. Thos. F. Harman have
returned from Atlanta and report a
very pleasant trip. They say the fair
is a grand success.
Ewart & Pifer have in a lot of new
goods just received a few days ago. If
you want a suit, they can please you.
They have them in sill grades.
The City Council has decided to place
an electric light on the street near the
residence of Mr. A J. Langford.
Messrs. Win. 1U. Lyles, John T. Dun
can and W. T. Aycock' went to New
berry N esterday t- argue a motion in
a land case before lon. Y. J Pope, As
sociate Justice. -The State, 20th.
At it congregational meeting at the
Church of tile Redeemer on Sunday,
iElbert 11. Aull Eq., was elected a dele
gAte to the lvangelical Lutheran Syn
od, which meets in ('unbia tomorrow.
Mr. Wm. P. llousetl was chosen alter
The hunber has arriveil and tho city
authorities will have bridges built at
the crossing at Pope's creek, on Pur
cell's avenue, across Scott's creek on
Caldwell Street, leading to Judge
Pope's residence, and on the creck at
the crossing near Nlr. J. A. Burton's
residence. All are very much needed.
The rie Im izin1 Citrirh iln thils section of tile
comilgry than all oilier illseases put togetnei
aidu till the last few yea,s was mlipposed to
be Incurable. For a greait man.y y ears dotors
pIonouinced it a local dissens,, and pr-efel lbed
loetl remeilles, an( by contianLly falling to
cure with local treat ment, pronounced it In
e itrable. Science hams proven catarrh to be a
constitutlonal disease, and therefore rp(iuires
Coltistitiittonlal tieatmeit. Hall's Catiarrlh
C 1ti1P In Ii (tfa tred by 1'. J. Cheney & Co.1
ToleIo, Ohio, is thle er.ly consiltutionat cure
on ihe market. It is taken internally il doses
fo-om 10 dtrn!p toi a teaspoonfll. It liets iree
ly ol tihe blood anl iucois sirfaces of the
system. Thcy otfor one hundred dollars 1o
aniy case it fatWti to cure. Hend for cilrcuilir
andl testimonials. Aildres.
ir. J. CIIHNEY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by druggista, price 75c.
Hall's Faint ly I'llis are the best.
WYants the Canidi(iates to Speak.
Mr. Editor: As the election of town
ol11cials Is approaching wouldn't it be a
good idea to advocate the candidates
piublicly expressing their views on um
p)ortant ,datters: 1st. The street duty.
To reduce it, make all pay it or wipe it
out ent,irely. There are men who t 9ast
of never paying str-eet duty, yet I was
fined $5.00 by one of the councilmen for
not paying for the several months I
lived away fromn town. Wasn't that an
Imposit,ion, when others who live here
go free! Again, there are dozens of
negroes who join the fire company to
evade the street duty, while 6 or 8
would do as much good at a fire as all
the big crowd that belong to the coi
panics. Why not make a. law limiting
the number of all firemen and make the
balance pay tile street duty.
Lets heatr from all the candidates.
The voters want to know how you
. W. E. Bniccun.
Cold Steel or Death.
"There Is but one small chance to
save sour life and1 that is throu ghI an
operat,ion" was the awful prospet set
before Mrs. I. B. J[unt, of Lime Ridge,
Wis., by her doctor after vainly trying
to cure her of a frIghtful ease of stom
ach trouble and yellow jaundice. lie
didn't count on the marvellous power of
Electic Bitters to culre Stomach ahd
Liver troubles, but she heard of it,
took seven bottles, was wholly cured,
avoided surgeon's knife, now weighs
more and feels better then ever. It's
positively guaranteed to cure Stomach,
Liver and KIdney troublee and never
disappoints. Ptrice 50c at all drug
The Elks will put on a Street Fair,
consisting of parades, exhibitions, etc.,
at the Confederate Veter'ans Reunion
at Augusta, Ga., November 14th, 15th
and 16th. 4It.
The two-year old child of Mr. Pink
Smith, of No. 7, 'diled onl the 16th hist.
The remains were burled on the 17th
at Trinity Church.
Executor's8ale of Persouli P-'olerty.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
the Probate Judge of New berry County,
I wlli sell, at public outcry, at the late
residence of Elijah Leitz.sey, deceased,
on Thursday, the 8th day of November
next, the personal property of said de
ceased, consisting mostly of Five Head
of Mules and Horses, Two Cows and
Citlves, Two One-horse Wagons, One
F'our-Hkorse Wagon, Six Hogs, One Cul
tivator, Corn and Fodder, Farming Im
Terms of sale: Cash
DAVID A. RUFF,
Executor of the will of said deceased.
Oct. 22nd. 1900.
TriC SEcSSIOlS COUJLIT.
rim comt u lit at lile IUulia Ilour at.t
l'rove'tieci to itatines.
'The fall term of the Criminal court
is inl session here, having coivened Yes
terday mllorning at. t ie usual hour, .Judge
WV. C. Inlet, presidinmr. Solicitor S -as
and the other ollicers of the Couirt, wero
on hand pr-tomllptly.
SoNleitor S-ae hanided Out bills to
the grand jury in the following eases:
State vs. .1 im 1'lainp ad Saho Clamp,
State v-S, lRichard (;alllal). miurder.
State against El. Sheppard, lat-celny
of live sl"ek.
State agalinst Slomlon P'erry, 1alit
a111(1 Iattley w tit intent to i kill.
State vs. l0dbinsonl ( al., riot "nd as
satult, and battely, with intent to kill.
State vs. lifilleek TrIbble, assault
Rind hattery witi int-nt, to kill.
State vs. .John h'lilao alias John
Thompsov, car breaking.
Judge Bonet charged the gZrand jury
brfly its to their general duties, pre
suming that, at the previous terms (hey
had been fully instructed in reference
t,hereto. lie suggested that they look
into foriier preseitiients and see if
recommendations made had been ear
ried out, and if t.hey have not, to make
it special inesen ment to the Court. and
the Court would issue it rule re(tuiring
those W1hose duty it was to act upon
such recomm)iluendat ions to, show cause
for their failure to do so. Ile also ad
vised that the jury look closely into the
matter of the oflicial bonds of the sev
aral County Olicers, andi it the same
sLhould be found to have become wort h
less or Insullicient. require a renewal
or strengthening of Such bonds. The
jury should also lo .k fully into ti. e
condition of the cournty oliecs, and 8( e
t.h,t the supervisor submits a report,
Alpon the dockets of the MagTir'rates,
which are under. the law reuj1ired to
be submitted every three months to the
The reaIftinder of t.he charg- was de
voted to a definition of the olfenses
charged by the billj hlded out by the
Tbe following bills have beein re
trned by the grand jury:
State vs. lRichard G allman--murder
Stato vs. Eb1 Sheppard--larceny of
live stoek-true bill.
State vs. James Clailp and Stmuel
Slate vs. Solonion Perry-assault
and battery with intent, to kill-true
State vs. Matt. Hobinson et al.-riot.
and assault and bttery with intent, to
State vs. John llarris-murder-true
State vs. H1alleck .Tribble-assault
and battery with intent to kill-true
Slate vs. John Thomas alias John
Thompson-car breaking-true bill.
CASES DISPOSED OhP.
State vs. Levi uzhardt-assault and
battery wit.h intent to kill-guIlty of
assatult and battery of a high arnd ag
State vs. Solomon Perry-assault and
battery with intent to k ill--guilt y-sen
tence, two years at har'd labor on the
county chain gang or same pecriod in
State penitt utiar'y
Court adjourned today for the circus.
A Monsier D)evii Fishi
Destroying its victim, is a type of
Constipation. The power of this miur
der'ons malady is felt on organs iand
nerves and muscles and brain. T1here's
no health sill it's over-come. But Dri.
King's New Life Pills are a safe and
certain) cuire. Best in thle world for
Stomach Liver, Kidneys and Bowels.
Only 25 cants at all drug stores.
This is the season when mothers are
alai'med on account of cr-oup. It is
qjuickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, which children like to take.
Gilder's Cor'ner D rug Store.
(Utianing8 Around Timot,hy Creek.
Far-mers are near through with the
gathering and storage ot the crop.
We looked otit on the first, but large
frost this morning.
St. Luke's school opened Monday
with fifty-one scholars, with an Increase
of ten or twelve the next day. With
Mr. Rutfus Counts as teachier' we look
ror a successful term. lHe will occupy
the house vacated by Mr. Willie Lester.
Sorry to state that Mrs.'Jane McYenrry
had her arm brokeni. She was getting
on finely at last accounts.
Mir. John Cousin and family spent
Mr. Peter llawkins has lisa new house
near cole )ltion, and will movo In at
an early date.
Our estimable pastor, M r. G. 8. Bear
don, will pireach his farewell sermon at
St. Lukes the second Sunday in this
month. How we iregret to give him upi
We k-el sure all will voice the senti
ment. All who know him can say he
has been a kind and faithful servant,
And while we i'egr'et to give him up,
we feel he will (10 much good wher'ever
his lot be cast. we hope his health will
soon be restored.
Mr. John Cousin, Sr.. has an orange
tree about four feet high. It contains
an oi'ange about the size of a lemon.
He says it will ripen this winter, and
when it gets too large to car'y in the
cellar he will build a hot house for'h.
K,Chills and fever have :oumnd their way
into one midst.
Mr. Lee Rankln has gone to Colum
bia to work.
Oct 28th, 1000.
GET INTO TH
M U l u I
Aod ouve It endiq
Now is the Time and Jom
The honest VLues which have t
have always found quick buyers an
greaat satisfactory selling of our big
money. Don't pay more for what
we can save money for you, becauS
goods which are well bought by us.
GREATCLOTHING AND SHOE SEL
GREAT SELLING IN HATS.
We intend to make our store the Leader for biE
save all our customers from 10 to 20 per cent on -
LOOK AT OUR $20,000 S
We are selling men's good wool s
at $5.00 to $8.00 that would be gre
Our $10.00 line of suits going rapidl
and worth $12.50. We have the
Cheviots. High grade suits in sple1
wear well, in all colors from $12.5(
shown such values. Our big line of
any thing we have ever shown
things in selling clothing for childre
Children's cheap suits 50 cts., 75
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Some spt
and $4.00 that would be cheap at E
E've1ything in good Shoes you want. Woc have an easy jAb
mn soiling them, and to got more at the samo low price, for our
Women's Shoes '78 et.s., botter than grades OS ets. to $1.00.
A big lot of WVomen's kid, biuttoni and laice, Shoes wort hi 1.25
to beO sold at $1.00.
Ask for the Harrisburg black bottLom Shloe at S I.50 -thle best
goods over sold for the price. .
500O pairs men's highcut brogans $1 .00) Those are worth $1.25
Mon's lace or co.gress Shoes, $1.00, $.2,SI.50. G reat values.
A full line of 'Zoigler Bros. line Shoes for hidies andl ]Lilly
Brackett for mim. The best goods that money can buy13.
Call for the Messenger Shoes for boys, t he best. on thle mmarket.
CAll must go for the price we put on themn miakes them miovo oil.
The right kind or foot wvear at the right~ place dloes thIe bufsinless.
Jamnieson's is the Place to Buy Footwear.
YOURS TO SATISFY AND I
Frcsh T1urnipl Seed at Gilder's CornerBuge ofalknsC
Drug Store. f&t, t f.
A good Tlalcumi P'owder for 5c. ari nd oftevrbstk
10c. a box at Gilder'd Corner D)rug m k .o ecro
Store. f&t tfls
Subscribe for the Declinecator throeughthwllkn nVhier
ti S. J. WOOTEN.HikrVaon.Cl
Gil"r goo gi rs an r S'I'ibcco go t o
F'ruit ,Jars anUd 1Uubbers at. lowest cash nd V/g a e
prices at Gilder's Corner D)rug Store. tio rpie b fre uy
Mason's FruIt Jars and Itubbers, low-ig
est cash pricles, atGilder's Corner D)rug Wep yc s,d -
Store. t&ftsconbil,ad anc
Bluist's Turnip Set (I at Gilder's Coer- gv o h eylw
ner D)rug Store. f& es pics
New lot of New England Watches SM E RS
ust in. Come in and see us.
t tf Daniels & CJo. -- -
G~ood flccond( IHuggy for sale byBagnadTis5
tf S J '~ t. aWbaeTaEN.
Turniy Heed! Turnip Seed!! Fresh E
and the best at GIlder's Corner D)rug .E a s8 o
Stoke. flsotone&car of
I The Righi Ploce!
nieson's is THE PLACE!
>een offered in other seasons
d this fall is no exception to the
stock. Don-L throw away your
you want and must have when
e we give you the profits on the
NG IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
LING IN STAPLE DRY GOODS.
r events every day from now on and will
ill that they buy.
TOCK OF CLOTHING.
uits at $4.98 and splendid suits
atest values at $6.50 to $10.00.
y because they are good values
m in Colored Cassimeres and
-idid assortments made well to
) to $20.00. We have never
boys' and children's suits beats
md we have done some great
ni and youth.
cts., anci $1.00. Better ones at
cial bargains at $3.00, $3.50
i. dollar more on the suit.
I Y'FIVI'sY ilN( IN G ENTIH' FUltN ISiliNG (GOOD).
Theo lates (St, yIles ini hal o1(f all g rado a ro he re iii sploruld ivairiety.
G ood prlints going at d. tsi. ]Latest niovelly pr1inits going at
eI etH. ]Best I - l ootIig goiniig at 5 . etH. Giood wool jeans go.
ing at 1 ., li ? and 2() ets. .1 foniviest wvool jOans going at 25
lIveryb)ody going to .1am1fioson's to get t he great val1uos ini
goodsn going elleaup att 1iiii 1j801n'H
-Como ini and se(e us. WNo are aliwaysH readly to ntioko riow ac
<J uainitanesH aund we considler niothiung too troubleome to p1lonso
O ur g.>ods and1 our p )1rxic mko Hstuisfio< ensHtomers. We take
ca ro (If the1 itorost of our cusltornr4 ink overytinlg t hey buy at
our big Clothing, Shoe and Dry Goods Emporium.
If ou r pice and- ir goods were niot sat isfaelory, weo could not
haive madoli so 11111ny sat isfied cusHtomelrs this fall.
'LEASE THE PUBLIC,
AT THE OLD CORNER.
We want to buy your JS EEVD
>ttOn Seed. W ill pay U( iI I
>u the top of the mar
4t for them, and sell IIII ~JIN N iN~
>u anything in our
ie at the very lowest Rmme,w n
arket price,.rv l gosbuh
Call on us before sell- fu reo hre
g or buying.Oncopeestf
. L. Spearman & Co.RoesBs."84
&f 6t. - Kie n ok o
Bagging and Ties 50$5Ofo15dyony
s. a bale atYorveytuy
ni I 'If(
'PTN i:ci;i, f ci gging and oods 50gh
I IOllCOnes aomletesto
il :gldV iroOLtoteICtE. I. Evans & Co.
my knowlede and abilitv. t&f lm. r&t ti