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Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
Y bt $ vt- livi bJI " gy , 'r . -
et.ore of Me1ur-r. 1'. M. I va *:. C
front entrance sam as to th e'-r. of
M4r. J. ii. Chappe]l, Tr dal J ice
I Laive myJ booke ad account- the.ru
ar2di wil1 kindily a.sk al v:ho owe ne t
plea'. cat] and se'e me.
Althe Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
H ighest market price
ML.Spearman & Co.
The Confederate Veterans of Georgia
and South Carolina will unite in a
grand celebrat.ion in A uL'usta, Ga.,
Novem!-er 14th, 15th and 16tlh. Chet.1
rates via Seaboard Air Line ItallIway .
Tickets on sale Nov'jmber 12th, 1ath
ond 14th, good until Novemer 18th in
clusive, for the Confederate Veterans
Reunion at Augusta, Ga., via Reaboard
Air Line Railway.
TO PROTECT GARE
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'f-a n ''f -r ail buins on
l;.'' (:e f onJ( v.:e k. oy the~ pre identi .
In telIung of it he' hsys: "'I was taken
dened.i I wIas Mo weak I couldn't
Eee Mit up in I)'d. Nothinlrg heOlped'
11)4- 1 'x pe-rtu:d to Isoon ie or con.
Murniipit), w he' I hieard of I)r. Ki(ng's
N ~w Diicovery. One blt IIe gave great
? e2lief- il lntinued t' u"e It, andi~ now
am11 welI l nd strog. I cantJ't say too
ra)uch I n jipra'is'."' This muarvellousi
inedicn jjJ3Is the 11urest anld quiickest cure.
in thle wor,ldl for all Thlroa.t and)( Lony,j.
Stor.is; every b ttl* guaranteedI.
For sprainsu, swellings~ and lamenx-as
t,bere Is nothing sa goodl as Cbamber
lain's Pin Balm. Try It Fr. sa. b..
la it 'at s - w a t : .
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For Alderman-Ward 1.
Is 1.<-. . e: to r An (: r ilia t emi
For Alderman- Ward 2.
T'[H iE Y .WI (1TA T IN (OF
NI. :i f r :2d(I. I aga in uI r rry.
- Ia- a cansdidate fr Aldrihanr frv.un
rjjjIIH Ei'i r:N. isj -F Dit. i:.. ('.
-00inWard :? take peaU~tre in
('t .-or-Ain.I him as a candidate for Al
d'rmianj from t hai. WVard, and piled ge
h:m to abi:de the esl of the prmay
For Alderman Ward 3.
EI H.LE i Is HlI'GiY AN
.un da- a (-and(idate for Aider
no.;n from Ward 8, anid is ph1.diPed to
aide r the! reC. lt, of the ~i pi iary elec
, t the i'ent re'jtest of manyv citi
i kzens I ar]r.Ounct rn.vselti a-:acn
dIi'date for alderrnaIIEn from wa', .1
FOR ALDERMAN--WARD 4.
J J.LNF IJS H I:E'IIY AN.
nouncedas a cadidte for Aler
mianl from Ward -!, and la pledged to
abide the: resailt of the DemflocratLc p)rI
roary elct ion.
T NU. A. SE'NN IS II EItEI~ AN
O) niounef:d asu a ('anldidate for Aider
maan from Ward .I, anid spled1)0( 'e.d to
abide theC result, of the Demiocrat,ic p)ri
For Alderman--Ward 5.
by annIouncedl asi a cand'date for
Alderman i 0om Warda 5i, anid is pledgedd
to abI'dle I he re.sult (of the primwary elec
delrmahn fromt WVard t, and Is pledged
to alfido the result of the primary
T AVFOLIDS US CiREAI'T,EAS
LurI 0o announice 14. J. .BrOWn) as a
candidato for Alderman from Ward 5.
VoT?is o' 5Tu W Anu.
C A. M P Q 2Z. A..
Bear? the Iho Kind You Have Alway Bought
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kikt N.y tim"Ho le ti up"n thle mindm. dits
1id cheertitness soin
dtIsATIC1 t i he kid
niYs auw cut of order
K!J:cv tiout,l h:ts
-, e-n "e CI, evalent
a that it I., tuno mm
1"'t a ch111,3 to Ixe I'mt 1
a-t ::., with we.k kid
e "v S. I I tie ch i t unn
Ates too Alen. if the
,I it. when th' chil,t
te.rehes ~ I znu 01i houildi I,v ! to
centrol te tra .9: t Its \ et ;Mth et, uith
. ,i'eni upon it. the oauso of
O:e( -heu,d to tns the tie.ment it
these' ~ imot.mt c g ans. Th: mp'casant
t,' I''e!is d Ato a .Se.Ise d . o t. 'n f 1i11h
.: A. l'! d de and n1ot to a h.l,it as
\\'-en as wI as nen ale in.ade mis
'a ':h :,intev and t',ider tiou'le.
' 't nei the fi.1eI g:cat remeAd.
Savmp-Root ms stson ta .:c,i. It is sold
1'v in fitly- "
si:es. ~ ~ ~ o Ysu m.p H.ea '~l8 '" .
s.o : sne t,y m.xtl ' ** "
Iag a'l a'est it. in :uding lany of the
. as of tsimn: z:al s ters :eoeivci
ft e mi s.:,feres ued. In wiitinig Dr. Kilmer
& c.. 1'. g .i n. N. Y., t, suie and
men tie n this '.-,Cr.
1T .\T V-' F- StI' T I I 'A H, I ,1N A.
CO'N ' OF N I I.llY- i N
Is.k \ ITl-' COU I%,T.
'ha-'tn 'rme acmIS Adiinistrator of
the I-tate of 1. Nowton tar., dv.
n I, 'aint . agtiainst Pl' .or Niod
Oer: # to. t a1l. l)'c nd an t:'.
]mY 1)1t.tt Z F TN1E cI'T
4 31-erca,I wvill st-l1 at puiblic finl
Ok fkl 1' 0 Iit' Oii
ery hV or i 'ut ouse at Newv
t,t rv. S C.. tn the --i*h day of Novem
- m 0. a! that tract or parcel of
Ia: r ay n d being situzatv in the
F I:r Hundr.! . N nincty-two Acres.
n'0 e - . and bounied by lands6 of
T.:a .Har:nion, Wah1in)gton Goreev,
1 i a-Y I lor vs ey I.. rIi - y(, A . M1 .
Zi L"e t,r. the L.stato of J amles J . I z eer
an- otne o Ta s:id land will be ,oltl
I:: !W t " ar:.te trae:-. and pIts of the
% ' ;w i 1'0 .x hiHtIt l on I tie 01a Of
t-r:rS 'f Sai..--0ne-half eah. the
'.i': 01n a cred it of two years, in
1,. 'a a in:1t llment : wiith iitter
k : of s4lc ecuri by the
d *c. purchasor ani mrtgage of
so. with leave to Irclaser
to pa: a!!-a and uI relhaser to Ipay
f'- papers a li stmiOs.
W. W. Ilkb1GF3 1 ' .c
O:toben' i1.l1 '.
1 E l, 2ulv '-A IE. ON LI3EA AL
term . the tract of laind situated
partly wvsitate County of Newberry
an,! partly within tihe County of I.ex
in ':on, onl the I ay bin onl I oad, k now n
as th L.tvi Mletz h act. This tract con
na :' ac:'e's. almost eq,ally divided
by a 'ranch. Upon it alc three settlt
Mnw one of the housvs ha-ingr 5 or t;
ro*-. - 1nd one of th-a other houses hav
r. P i rons. convenient to water.
Txi ' tract will be div'ded into two or
more y 'eeIS.to Suit purchasers and
wv:1l Sold oil vy ea y terms.
W.M. II. LYL ES,
ot'oumi:ri C 0 Oct I3 1 II, tt
I P>FFi-l! Full SALE FOlt TI IE
LNext :;0 days am y Plantation in
.1 uda Cou nty. si tuated four miles
nrt h of Saluda ( . Ii and contain i ng
Iaere=. well wate'red, and in high
a of ciultivatiorn. Ne-cts-arv oumt
biin ..' trar-eon. Call earlyv or' write
and -ecure a barga..u .
.. A. \.'HITTLE,
.'eriT Saluda Co.
Land and Security Co,
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of al.l kinds and
0. B. MAYElt, P'resident.
JNo. M. KJNAr>D, Sec. andi Trcias.
-"mshionmablo F'all tand Wintr
A Sa'uem.. Dr5Ia,Ar -ro nI SJn.s Ar
Wheiare has just been reei verd f-rm t,he
Northern miarkets a fulli andm varied
stock of all the late-st creations in I'A1,L
aind WJx'rJ:at Mliinery'. A',ortmaent
larger than e'ver betfore. Temma red, un
trimmed and ready-to- wmar flats, emn
braintg styles suiatable for all agecs and
stations in life-beauty, comfort, be-'
comningntess andi economy in them all.
D)on't forget, that at the i1l18hJ( Mu-l
lier yo get new goods at old prices.
It appieed in ,a irug St ore.
"One day last wInter a laday camen to
my dr1ag store and asked for a brand of
tough medicine that I did not have in
stock," says Mir. U. it. Grandin, the
nopular'( dru gglst of Ontario, N. Y.,
"S8he was dlisappointed and wanted to
know what cough preparation I could
recommiendi. I saidl to her I hat I could
fr'eely recommendt C h a m b o r I a I n's
Cough ltemcdy andi tbat she could take
a bottle of the remed y an'd after givIng
it a fas'r trial if sho d 1(d not find It wort,h
t he money to bring back t he bottle and
I would refund-tho prico paid. In the
course of a day or two the lady Camne
back lin compaay with a irlend In needi
of a cough medicine and ad vised her to
buy a bottle of Chamberlain's cough
Remnedy. I consider that a very good
recommendation for -tbe remedy." It
is fuor sale by W. E. Pelham.
The Elks wIll put on a Street Fair,
consisting of parades, exhibition", etc.,
at thg Confederato Vetet.ana Rleunion
at A gsa Ga., November 14th, l5th
W A. YOUNG 00.
A FULL LINE of
Toilet and Medicinal
Cigars, Garden Seed,
Made of pure Artesian
Water and very best
Syrup and Extracts.
An excellent and refreshing summer
drink, most carefully put up by The
I have arranged to sell direct to fain
ilics in eases of two dozen bottles at
i5e. per case-bottles to be returned to
r* Lemon, Coca-Cola, Sarsaparilla, Gin
ger and Strawberry assorted in case,
or one lavor if desired.
Orders Phoned to Nos. 29 and 71 will
receive prompt attention.
Give it a trial and be convinced of
75c. per Case of 2 Doz.
S. B. JONES.
Notice to the Public.
Having been with the Singer Manu
facturing Company for the past four
years. and having been transferred from
North (arolina territory to Newberry,
I d'asre to announce to the public that
moy headquarters will be wvith Mr.
Todd, the Commission Merchant, wheore
I will carryP a large stock of the cele
brated Singer Machines, Oil and Nee
dies. To anyone in the city or county
of New berry, who has an old machine,
and is thinking of exchanging for a
new one, I desire to say if you will let
me show you a Singer, you will find my
price right, and it is the wvorld's verdict
that the Ringer leads, and all othere
follow. We have the round bobbin,
the imoprovement over the Oscillator,
whbat we call the C. 13. MachIne, and
we also have the Vibrator. I will give
as much in exchange for an old ma
ebine as anty tman, and I will guarantee
my prices are all right.
Iheme'mber, It costs nothing to have
a new Singer laicd In your house on
free trial. If you find the machine as
repreenoted, I will he glad to deal with
you. They are sold strict,ly on their
Remember, we sell on the easiest
terms In the world, lDon's forget, If
you can not findl mc, anty information
left withb Mr. Jas. IF. Todd will always
receive my prompt attention.
We take in exchange old machines
and pay from p5.00 to $25.00 for them.
Yours very truly,
J. L. UJ'L.
Life Inaurance Agent
An active, intelligent man of good
st anding can secure contract, to operate
the l'enn Mutual Life Insurance Corn
pany, of P'hiladelphIa, for this vicinity.
Itenewal interest will he allowed to the
right man who can produnce business.
PolicIes free from condit,ions or re
strictions from (late of Is'me. Assets
$10) 000,000. Sur plus $5,000,000.
Address with reference.
J. S. L A ND), General Ag't,
Uti Columnbia, S pI.
NOTICE IS HERImY OIVEN,
ithat t,he following taxes have
beetn levied by the Town of Newborry
for the fiscal year endIng D)ecember
F"or general p)ur poses........5k mille.
F'or Water Works and Electric
Light lionda.---..............21 o
["or Opera House Bonds...... "
M ak in g a l otal e(.........81 mills.
The0 tax books will be open at the
ollice0 of tbe under'signed in the Town
of howberry, 8. O , on the 25th (day of
October, i000, and will remain open for
the collection of sitld taxes uintil three
() o'clock p. mn., on the 26t,h day of
November, 1000. After the 26th day
of November, 1000, a penalty of ton perF
cent, will be added to all taxes In ar
rears. JNO. C. GOGOANS,
_____ (. & T. Tr. c. N.
Dears the Ihe Kinld You liave Alway 80Ught
Raise Your Own Bread
Compete for a Valuable Prize
C1trCx0' .1.ty tlIC
VIIIhiNIA-CiI1OIIN4 (1IIIAIJI 11011PANY FOI TIlM
IllST WIllAT (11Ol' AIllE IN TIll STATII,
For particulars apply to the Company at
Charleston, or any of its authorized agents in
the State. Cornpetitors must register their
names not later than December I st, 1900.
Three prizes offered: A Reaper and Binder,
A Wheat Drill, Two Tons Standard Ammoni
At hith " Ofte: covv ra ni: titu o fi
-:n: wheni appliedtl W1, ns)hos The
makers o)f tuo! " r- le " 11 hae*h
i\C-e-thle ordinary fzancy pyroA*1,s hiave gonti
Into the qutality nud wvorkmanship of the
Shoe0s. They are "11mnest Shoes for Wonien."
The "Herrick" $2.50
Oxfords 50 cts. per pair loss than prices quoted. $3.50
81V.CIAI. NVrCE.-Naile anld prico plainly stamtped on solo of shoo.
S. J. WOOTEN.
The Newberry Hardware Company
And See the Line of woul call atention of the public
out F. A. Schuniport, Agt., and
that the) will conduct the business
DressGoods at the old stand, and il always
We are displaying now. kinds,
SKIRTINGS, Plowss Plow 81cls,'Iracc Qks, Hames
WAIST GOODS, 31 I Hus GO,
WOOLENS, Foks,'l8ovels an Snafts
SILKS, etc., etc. And evorything needed on the farm
We are right Up-to- HarnessMade to Order.
Date. Repairing neatly and promptly done.
We can please the We also carry a largo line of
most fastidious in style SADDLERY and IAIN4SS,
and the most economi- BRIDLES, COLLARS, COLLAR
in rice.PADS, and in fact, everything
cal in found a well assorted Stock.
We have, as always,
the best linings on the F A Chumpert,
CORSETS, GLOVES, Mngr
and NOTIONS of all _________
and we can build a love
of a hat to match any
Our New York Milli
ner, Miss McLaurin, is -
thoroughly posted in
all the latest ideas. lELVS'AL
.Do not forget our
The largest line of COhN
SHOES in the city. SeeheeVaeisgattleorc.
our Bargain Counter TEFL UT
sure. Come and see vdaiyaddesns hc sen
us. Yours truly, sd e utmmd
nd our Hasaejs h in o
pThe fNiwberry tHdw iesarepn
C* hewoulsaltnion the pubortlic
C*~~ad durabildtand Wan.ilawy
have~~ or nda the aldoes pcs,
Thegrcutua ImlementSho fof allo
And evsesyting neleded o thefam
Nob Pror. OWe attso Ed carry ailrge Sieo
IDLWacES, CORinsroc, OLLAR
PADS,o and Lin fatn, everhn
foud 'n gs Gowld asrtd Stock
Wugetsichnge of clothng. we wisa
isoius. uyi them.
ASK OR I EDUIICLOHIING
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