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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Sunmer Bros.
M eat......................, . ........, 8f Do.
Shou)(lers ........................... 7e.
H ams .................................. 12@ 14c.
13sb Lard -.--........... ........... 9(010c .
es Mo'lasses, new crop...... 60o.
Good AMolasses ..................... 25@60c.
Co. n ---------------------------.------- 70c.
M ea' .......... . . ..,....,............. 65c.
flay..............,. . . ..............,. 900.
W ice t 3ra ........................ $1.15.
Is6 It, I F-ou. .................. #-1 75.
2nd Bes Fiour .................... $4.60.
Stra't F'our........................ $4.25.
Good 0. 6 U ary it'ou ...........$3.50 . 00.
S .ar.................. ..... ......... (iC-Z-6 63 0.
R e. ................................... 5( 8 .
Coffee................................. 10(g 15(,.
Cotton seed ica, per sack... $1.25.
Loose [ulla, por cwt .............. 30C.
Bottor, pe- lb ..................... 16(&20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 9(d'10c.
ChiLkeos, eah.................... I5 a25c.
Peas, per busbc'....... .......... 75c.
Co. n, per buibe1 .................. Wc.
Oats, per busbel.................. 35(440c.
St'eet potatoe s ............ 60(a75c.
Turkeys, per lb ..................0 ( 8 c.
Fodder, per cwt ............... '5(900.
NEWREJliY VOTrTON MAItKiET.
(Corrected 'wice a week by J. W. Unry & Co;)
October 26th, 1900.
Good Middling..... .............. Of
Choice Strawberry plants for sale by
Mrs. W. A. Young. t&f 8t.
Cow for Salo.
Fine Jersey cow, with young calf, for
sale by W. E. PELlIAM.
Sent Up for SellIng Whiskey.
State Constable Joe Ben Coleman
caught two negroes Tuesday and sent
them up for selling liquor. The negroes
were Scott .lounstone and Clarence
Dawkins. Constable Coleman has been
in Saluda and Edgefleld for the past
few weeks, but will work here now for
On account of the Confederate Vet
eraus' Reunion, Augusta, Ga., Novem
ber Ith-1th, 1900, round trip tickets
will be sold by the Charleston & West
ern Carolina Ry. Co. at the following
rate from Newberry, $2.05, with final
limit Nov. 18th, 1900,, inclusive.
There is nothing of greater impor
tance to any country, and that contrib
utes more to its prosperity, than good
roads. We traveled over some portions
of roads in Newberry lately that have
been worked by the road machine. It
is apparent to the most indifferent that
It does good work, and the overseer
told us that he can get along so much
faster than with the hand pick and
A 'alr of Tr-amps."
B,zer Brothcrs; "a pair of tramps"
appeared at the opera house last night
and gave a good perfornance It is a
roaring musical farce comedy with a
plot. The audience was not large but
those wvho were there were p)leased
with what they saw and heard. The
speclaltles were good and the band and
orchestra were flest-class.
Masrriedl In Saiuda.
A somewhat unexpect,ed marriage
took p)lace in Saluda on Thursday of
thuis week, Oct. 25th, 19C3. The con
tracting part,ies were JTohn H. Peurifoy,
Esq., a p,rominent young attorney of
the Saluda bar, and Miss Emily Wright,
one of New~oerry's most beautiful and
charming young ladies. The ceremony
was p)erformed at the home of the ofil
elating minister, Rtev. Mr. P,aggot, In
the town of Saluda. We join with their
many friends in congratulat4pg the
(iranted Leave of A bsence.
Prof. U. B. Setzler, of the chair of
English and Modern -Languages in
Newberry College, was granted leave
of absence by the standing committee
of the Board of Trustees at their meet
ing last Feiday. Prof. Setzier will pur
sue post-graduate studies after JTanu
ary lst at one of the leadIng universi
ties of this countr'
Arrangements have been made by
which his work at the college will be
carried on by President Cromer and B.
M. Setzier of Pomarla, the latter -a
post-gr.duate student at this session of
The fourth Sunday of October has
been set apart as "Temperance Sun
day." It will be widely observed.
There are special reasons why this sub
ject should have particular attention in
South Carolina. Trhe cause of temper
ance has lost ground in our State in
the last t,on years.--Southern Christian
Mr. Editor: I am sorry that the facts
as I see them load me to agree with the
Ad vocate as quoted above.
Will you please announce for me that
Temperance Sunday will be observed
at the .Tohnstone Street Methodist
- Church next Sunday. The services
morning and evening will be in the in
terest of our homes and our young men.
-At- night Mrs. E. S. Herbert, tbe
-President and organizer of the Chris
tian Temperance Workers, will deliver
.In the morning the Pastor will
preach. WALTER I. HERUEWP~R.
A new remedy for biIiousna~-s is nlow
-on sale at Pelbam'& drug store. It isa
called Chamberlain's .Stomach and
Liver Tablets. It gives quick relief and
will prevent the attack it given as soon
.as the first indication of the disease ap.
.nears. prie 25 cents. Sampnes tree.
VAIIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Chrysanthemums arc in bloom.
The general election is drawing close.
The dispensary was closed circus day.
Mr. J. H. Walton is visiting in Laur.
Miss Janie Vance, of Clinton, is at
Don't forget the hot supper Friday
night at the Crotwell.
Miss Emma Leak, of Clinton, is vis
iting Miss LizziO Glenn.
See order of Jadge liniet in regard
to the Common Pileas Court.
Next week for the State Fair. New
berry will be well represented.
The circus wagons cut up the streets
conlsiderably in places on Tuesday.
i rs. Wim. Werts, of Mountville, vis
ited relatives in the city this week.
Mr. A rthur Chase went to Newberry
yesterday. -Spart,anburg Herald 2.5th.
Thle State Baptist Convention will
meet in this city on December 5th and
Mrs. J. M. Whoeley, of Prosperity,
visited relatives in the city the first of
Mrs. J. H1. Cannon, of Prosperity,
visited relatives in the city the first of
The Bachelor-Maids will meet Satur
Jay afternoon at 4 o'clock at IIunt &
The Newberry Shuttle and Handle
Pactory made their first shipment of
Mrs. D. Ii. Wardsworth and chil
:iren, of Laurens, visited in Newberry
the first of the week.
Rev. J. L. Williamson and Mr. S. P.
Boozer, attended the Presbyterian Syn
)d in Florence dhis week.
We have henrd that burglars entered
)ne or two residences in the city on
There will be preaching in the First
3aptist church oi next, Sunday morn
ng by the pastor, Rev. G. A. Wright.
The balloon nan attracted the atten
ion of the children "circus day" about
)s much as did the circus.
Mrs. T. L. Wh(eler and daughter,
\[iss Lottie, of near Prosperity, visited
-elatives in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene S. 1please and
ittle one, of Saluda, Is spending a
Nlhile in the city with his mother.
Mr. Callic J. McWhirter has bought
,he residence of Mrs. 1). A. Bell, for
nerly Mrs. Goodman, in West End.
Mr. E. H. Leslie has the contract
,nd Is at work on a residence for Mr.
Prank Spearman on Pope Street in
Miss Daisy Cannon, of Newberry,
tud Miss Jennie Miller, of Greenwood,
tre visit,ing in the city.-Spartanburg
Dr. 0. Y. Owings, a popular druggist
)f Columbia, was in the city Wednes
lay to testify as an expert witness in
Phe Maggie Randall murder case.
An up-to-date hack to meet all trains
wvill be a new thing for Newberry-Mr.
Ill. J. Russell will have one in a few
lays and the public will be benefited by
Mibs Nina Carlisle Is taking a busi
ness course in Atlanta, Ga. She went
o Atlanta last week. Miss Bessie Car
isle Is In the Conservatory of Music in
Baltimore.-A. R. Presbyterian.
Major L. W. C. Rialock, of Goldville,
is in the city, lie hle' made appliea
ion for a charter for is new cot,ton
nilh, tile construction of which he pro
>Oses to 1 'gin at once.-Columbia Rlee
Mr. Robert WV. Riser arrived in the
Mity yesterday with his bride from Bar
ow, Ga., and they are receiving the
congratulations and best wishes of
rriends at the home of his mother, Mrs.
S. A. Riser.
The authorities hlave some of the
arties "In sack" thlat have been mak
ng and circulating the counterfeit half
lollars in this city for the past few
lays. They don't care to give any par
iculars just yet.
Rev. M. G. 0. Scherer, Rev. S. T.
Elallman, Rev. A. J. Bowers, Capt. HI.
El. Folk and Wm P. Houseal are at
,ending the Lutheran Synod in Colum
Mla. President Cromer, of Newberry
Jollege, will go down today.
The ladiesi of the Episcopal church
.v1ll give an oystersupper and ice cream
!est,ival in the dining room of the Crot
wvell ifotel Friday night, October 26th,
1,t 8 o'clock, the funds to aid in re
pairing the church. Trhe public is cor
The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pres
byterian Church are looking forward
to their annual Chrysanthemum show
which they expect to have about the
lirst of November. They ask the ladles
of the town to send flowers, as several
piizcs will be given.
The standing committee of the Board
Df Trustees of Newberry College has
Ldopted a resolution to the eff'ect that
the students of the college be permit ted
to engage in Inter-collegiate athletic
axercises only with, bona fide students
nf other institut,ion's, under the super
vision and approval of the faculty. We
think this a wise p)rovision.
The Southern for Greenville and the
Columbia, Newberry and Laurens for
Laurene, left the union depot together
to the second yesterday. From Pros
perity to Newberry their tracks are
with)n a few feet of each other and the
ride is exciting sometimes, although a
';enluine race is not allowed.-The
1er.i the Ih Kind You have Alway Boughi
itUne?. /e s
THOUSANDS OF P-EOPLEP UOME IN TO
SE. TH1E MllOW.
ThO VIowd hit Townt I'stimiated at 7,0o0o-A
Q ?tte and Orderly Tit,r 0, --Th It in
Mlar:vd tihe P11ifa4urem (.(tt(h
Urowt. Tito Urcis Not
ti) to ExprO ItIon.
Tho great Irepaugl & Sell's Iros'.
circus has cone and gone- -so has the
crowd-and likewie did the rain.
A crowd was expected, and in (his
resi)e4t, itn one was disal))oin)t, (1, as the
nuinber of visitors to the city on Tues
day was variously cstimated at from
5,000 to 10,000. We place ou., estimate
at 7.000. It, wias a glaml sight, to stand
Oil tle hill at the depot at abont, no0on
and look up Main st,met. Thore wat
to bo tiven onc solid mass of moving
hutmanity, slirginig to anlId fro, seemiIn(g
to have Ilo certaill de.sLiny, ill view. and
after the pierformaneo Iegan the st,reets
by no MIaUs presented at destrted apl)
pear-ance, and when the rain cane hun
dreds wandered at:out, in it as if they
didn't mind getting wet.. It wits an in
teresting study to stand and watch the
The city authorities had prepared to
see that order was maintained, atid
from the number of red ribbons to b
seen on the streets we were reiuinded
of the memorable political callpaici
The great Porepaugh & Sell's Bros'.
mammoth shows arrived here early
Tuesday morning, in three long sec
tions of trains, over the Southern road.
from Anderson, and early in the morn
ing the streets were alive with boys,
girls and grown folks watching the
transfer of the paraphernalia from the
trains to the circus grounds-the large,
heavy, closed circus wagons, drawn by
the large draught horses, and watching
with great interest the erection of the
large tents, and with what splendid
system everything was carried on.
Shortly after 10 o'clock the street pa
rado left the show grounds andI a short
route wias taken through the principal
streets around the public square. -'v
erybody left their business long enough
to take a peep at what wias taken as 6
forerunner of the exhibition which was
At 1 o'clock the doors at the main
entrance were opened, and for a . hi ile
there was a jam. The menagerie was
thoroughly inspected, and the% have
one of the best selections of rare ani
mals on the road today. It was a harge
collection, and fine specimens of each.
The grand performance began at 2
o'clock. There must have been at least
5,0C3 people under the great, cauvass
when the performance began. Many
features of the performance were good,
but not a sigle act was new, that is,
that had not been equalled or excelled
at previous performances in this city.
All the horseback riding, the trapeze
work, the juggling, tumbling and every
other act, was cleverly done. The
most wonderful feats of all were the
perfoi mances of t he sea lions and ele
phants. It is indeed remarkable how
these animals can be trained to p)erform
as they do.
We think every one was pleased with
the circus, but we must say that our
conviction is that the great F'orepaugh
& Sell's Bros'. show does not in one
single feature excel, if equal, the exhibi
tion given here a fcw years ago by Sell
The day was an orderly one, t.here
was little or' no drunkenness, and the
show was a clean one-the usual gam
bling features were altogether elimi
The night performance was well at
tended, and the program wvas carried
out pretty much as in the (lay time. We
think everybody was pleased and had a
Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob
life of joy. Biucklen's Arnicn Salve,
cures them; also Old, Running and
Fever Rores, Ulcers, Holl, Felons,
(Corns, Warts, ('uts, Bruises, Burns,
Scalds, Chapped Hands, ChilbIrans.
Best Pile cure on earth. Drives
out Pains and Aches. Only 25 eta. a.
box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by all
BOY TEM1PERtANCEC LEC'TURE.
Frlday Night in Temperance HIall-W. P.
Yarbrough,, of Denny, 8. C.
We were in the Spanish and American
war last year and wve saw so many moth
ers' boys ruined b)y this great demon,
whiskey, that when we were mustered
out, we started out to lecture on "'Inte:n
perance"' for the benefit of the young
imeni of our country, and we have for the
past year traveled in six States, speak ing
to young aind 01l men.
If you indulge in this great evil, come
and( let us tell you of the drunkard's tale
of woe; and we need all Christian prayer
and co-operation, anid if you are the right
kind we will get themi.
Conmc one! Coiie all!
God says, ''No drunkard shall enter iiy
Whiskey is ruining our boys, our
young men, our old mien, our country!
Isn't it tiine for all of us to fight it?
0,o-o annually in the Unuited States
fill a drunkard's grave aind a drunkard's
hell on account of whiskey.
Our prograimme Is strictly religious.
No fee charged, ainy free-will offering
We invite all the ladies.
When you have no appetite, do nt
relish your food and feel dull after eat
ing you may know that you need a
(lose of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Price 25 cents. Sam
nles fran at W. E Plh.a.,....,,. .tore
1111. IANIC, OF N UVICWittitV.
A Progrem%vo juidt Vte-Awitko litlitnvom
Altt frmm 1.1 Up Uontrt y, witt?
8p(it It F'OW D tyR in Ut C*lty,
(News and Courier, 2.1th.)
Mr. .1. .1. Lane, one of Newberry's
most rel)resentativO citizens, was in
the city yesterday on business con
Itected with his large ortfilizer and
Cotton -eed interests. 1Mr. l'-Anliu is
strongly opt-imistic in his view-s of tie)
welfare of his town and speaks en1
couragingly of tih condit,ion of the
farmers anld mn-erchants in general.
"it is true," he said. '"tha the cotton
crop is short it Ne wherry county, but.
the good plrict for the staple has helped
the farmtues wottdetifully, and I eal say
that, they are hetter oly now than they
have been in yeiirs. 'Pit Newberry
Cototn Mill, which is otne of tie tos.
successfully managed mills in this
State, closed down, or rather rim on
threc-quarters tinie for several week.,
and in this way the ierchatts were
hut slight,ly. The mill is now running
on full timte atid no onte is cotuplaining.
I believe t,hat, the fartmers are better oil
than the mIerchants. I know that, Many
old debts have been paid oil' and more
motey is to be seten itn eirctilation this
year thatl has formerly beenl the case.
"There is a beight outlook for the
sale of fertilizers. i have been conlsult
itg wiit the Virginia-l.Carolta Chemi
cal Company ibis moUrninlg aId was
glad to tell them that more fertilizer
would be baught, by tie farmters this
coming sprinlig than at any Lime since
the war. Tihe farmers have beenl get
ting good money for both cot,tot ami
cotton seed and they have more n0oion
with which to buy fertilizer.
"Newberry has never beett on It
boom, but thero has always bee.,i
steady tiovetment towards the advanet.
ment, of the city. I believe that, in
time to cole the city will lead all oth
er. of its size."
Mr. Lane always has a good woi d to
say conecrning harleston and hlte ilt
lerests. J fae., he s Iys lie ht a pref
e rence for doing bm- i .< wit t ('rle rs
ton people. Yesteiday afterinoon ho
Ctlled at tihe oflce of t he S,mth Caroli
na Int e-State and West Indianl Exposi
tion Company and had a talk with the
gencral mamnager and tihe supervising
architect. lie spoke very favorably of
the plans of the Exposition. While
here M i. Late stopped at the Charles
ton Ilotel and took occasioa to give
that hostelry a generous endorsement.
Mr. L.ane is the Newberry represen
tative of the tnew cottonl seed oil com
pany it this city and has the distine
lion of t eng its largest, buyer of seed.
A Miniater's (Uoo1 Wink.
"I had a severe attack of bilious
colic, got, a bottle of Camberlain's
Colie, Cholera and Diarrhoea Riemedy,
took two doses and was entirely cured,"
sa.Ns Rev. A. A. 1'ower, of Emiporia,
Ksal. "My neighbor aeross the stireet
was tck for over a week, had two or
t0ree bottles of medicine from the doc
tov. [He used thiem for Ut,ree or four
drys without relief, so dischartred him).
I \eot over to see him the next morn
in'r. IJe sTid his bowels were it a ter
ijb lx, that they hadI becui running
oil so long that it was almost, hbloody
thex. I asked him If he had tried Chamn
herlitin's Colic, Cholcera amnd D)iarr'hoea
.I emnedy andl ho saidl, 'No,' I wet
home and brought him my bottle and
gatve him one dose; told him t,o tatke
another dose in fifteen or twemnty mimn
mutes if he didl not finmd relief, but he
took no mior'e amnd was entirely cured."
For sale by W. 10. Plhtam, Druggist.
Eletrict disp1lay, lire wmor-ks anid imo
posing p)arades and other entet.ain
mients for amusmemnts of visitors via
the Seaboaird Air Line Rallway to the
Confederat,e Veterans 1Reunion at,
Augusta, Ga. .lt.
Stmato Fair Specis.
The following schedule for the State
Fair anid rates for' that occasion have
been fur'nished us by the C., N. & 1L.
authorities for publicat loon. This schied
ule and these rates wvill be adhered to
otn Wednesday mind Thursday, Oct. 31st
and Nov. 1st. Returtning, the special
trains wvill leave Columubla at 8.30 p. in.:
Leave. Schedule. Ruto
Gr'eenville.................00 a. tm. *3.9)5
Mauldin. ..................11 0. mu. 3.0)
Sim psonville............27 a. mu. 3.-i5
Fountain Inn.............6.37 a. mo. 3.::0
Owings..................13 a. mu. :3.I5
G ray Cout.................52 a. mu. :a.05
IBarksdalo................7.00 a. mu. 2 9)5
Laur'ens..................7.20 a. mu. 2 75
Clintomn.........,........7.-10 a. mt. 2.-i5
Goldville.................7.50 a. mt. 2.30
K inatrd's..................7.58 a. mn. 2 20
Jalapt.....................8 00 a. mi. :? 05
N E WBERRlY. ..........8 20 a. mu. 1.79
Prtosper'i y ............... 35s a. mu. 1 58
.Little Mounmt ain........8 55 a. tm. i .39
Chapin..................907 a. mn. 1.19
Wh ite Rock..............9 18 a. mu. 1 .(t4
Irmo.......................30 a. mn. 83
Ar r'ive Colu mbia..10 00 a. mu.
These rates include 0ne atdmisslin to
the Fair Grounds.
Oni account of the State Convention
Daumghter's of the Confederacy, Rock
Hill, TI. C., Decc. 6th-7Lt, 19)00, the So.
By. Co. will sell round tr'ip tIckets to
Rock 11111 and retuirn for $4.70. Tick
ets to be soldi Dec. 5th and 6th, with
final lImIt Dec. 8th.
On account of the Grand Car'nival
and Street l'air, Savanniaht, Ga., Nov.
5th-I17th, 19)00, the Sout horn Railway
Co. will sell round t)ip ickets at the
rate of one rrst-clras fare plus 25 cents
admission to the Carnival. Tickets to
be sold Nov. 5 6-0-.12 and 14Ith and 16th,
with final return limIt Nov. 18, 1000.
J. A. IBURTON, Agt.
C.A. B T1 O Et. .L.
Bears the ~ lhe Kind You Have Alway Bougt
by the Quart.
Every bottilo you tako of Jolhnston's
Sirsaparilla incan-S bletter lialth,
ald every ,ottIn Coitain's a fil
quart. It 111i1k4 better bloo,l-purer
blood. For thirty years illj, famous
remedy has been creating und main.
tatning :ood health.
builds up tho Systein, tones tho
nervt-s, and sitrenj,tlieis tlio muscles
more promnptly aiinl effe'oially than
any other reincedy hnown. Tlio pallor of the
elvaI disapi,ars. t'erl"y takes tho ,laco of
Ilngkor, ind the rih color (if health flow" to
the cht-chs. U 1n'allled for all disoriers of tho
stoiach u nd liver, ail for all weakening com
plailits of Ilten, wolntion 1tid cildlren.
HoM eery were. Price, $1.00 per full qiuart battle.
MICIGIAN DRIU CC)., - Detroit, flich.
\\ 'c. l'elhain. Newherry'I', S"(r.
Siilh's brug Store, Newherry S. C.
The Idrlharmaliey, Nowherry S. C.
Dr L'. (;s. Co-hi-t-t, Il'ro'llerity, ..
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
f& t. (r
STATEI OF SOUTHl CAUMOAlNA,
COUNTY OF NI'\WNIIY----IN
Th'los. It. Ilawkinls, .\Alor., It, al., P'UNi.,
Ma Id lawkins, P'... Tylor etal.,
DY t I t.i OP () kP1 ' t lE(N I
- will !ell to .ile highiie t, hiddeI' be
fore t.he Cmrt llou s a Newherry, S.
C., mn sallti y ill Novellibelr lext, ill
that ItI-lit of h11nd situl.t inl thet countty
and State aforesitid colitatlliing seventy
(ou' !I'cs, more01 O' lss, aid bliunded
by lttids of or formerly of W. I'. I lair,
T1'. Itawkins and -- Whitaker, it. he
ing th., plave oi which lild Ilaw
kinls rIdted atL the timo of hterthdeath.
'.iermi s of sale- )nc-third elnsh, bal
fro-nl day of 14ILe, S('tri' 1yh bold o f
l')I,Sea Ir IInd 1101ir4Itag I rCIImiSeS
Sold. Interlst, payable alin allyI 'Ir
tici t t ii(Apat paymli vnt, I 1 i l r
vchaszer t.o pay for papers aind Stamlps.
\L. l ). 1. ML NL)Y
C l ie ' o )fliCa , 0(' tobe' 14th, 1 1100.
Sarahl 1. M a i l'utt et ILI, I'Iltint il .
1,',l izab teh I. Norris et Il, I )C fendanl.1
~13Y 01%Il)EIR ()I" CM>;Rl' limN
-.) I will Sell to M.h 111ighest W 1
dler., b( fore thle Court Hlouse aL, Now
berry, S. C.. o n sait day No%Vembr i-Al h
1ext, all Hnt lot of lai and ituake il Lthe
towli of \N whetI.y, County Iad State
aorktil, co itaining Ior ty-fivo Iill -
dredlis of tll Acre Ilore orl ktt's. and
boudIe by rItIit Strect, Cone stret,
Privnd StIct anld by lot, of it. C. \i'
liims.;. WVill Ie Sold in t.wo Or more
TVem Ils of Salo.-On-t.hird eltI, hal
ane hiiiCon CIa 1 cre i'o o f Cand31 iwo yar
with intst, fro n day of sale,IC 11o eslo
chasrtos anticipa ( payment, l'ur-)
ThA wlling1, houngse on', oreroftaid
lo No OIinured f'NE '.w'lv (hlundred 0
dLoars'an he other wll 1(1ing t e
MasN w t's'y Sllice, O lt. 11, l!d y)i0. o
Minnie1)1' 121 . iiunit on 'Iet al,1I I ' it,if.
(flaudr si. i lutint on oliefn tdan.0
Ylli'(I Olol)sl 111( COfltlOlitT3 lnslItN
NI ik w~oil .el 11to ('Ino11( thehietbddr
J.IC.,I onf Saley Noember th, next.
afll 0at tof land50 inthel twni of 1111ena,
miiloe 1or1 less,l bound< .,( tf Tl8. Gol.
illia0us, 11 eparated313 from 11.h(i5TIC Lti pC.
.lubnan seated from lI t , ofMar
aTerms 0f1Salc.Onehal cah1,0an
the)balance I n a cedit,, Ainis'aoneyear ithDo
inte est, from da ofs,tobseud
pr. ei, wil lsavl to purher hto
anitlic' ipat' thyen't it who115lerin part.
i)CIi',, 8 W.X (i). 1AlOdI)Y,I Maste.,
"IfLaser'n A00 (tI )t, 10,io I 10. 111(
W. l 1). Il y , Master II , Ila (init ,
Andl'rew f It. -Ohre,hi)fenant.hui
~'b Ni( OIliEll oNf I sa,TO 11) Oit'' by
.ro . cut herli, I ill sell to the 'o
a twerry, O.lC, Ont 10,da in)0N) -
vember, lith'at,(n ill1, pare 11r trabot
or ad 4i.unte lit the Conrty Vnd t,ate
a~flOfeaid, containen, Thir.y-i Noeer
M1h ikeWets,.ao rnh and 1t.Tk h theou
pubiie iway. t
A itcatitirui Weidiig it, ctir;t, -The
tiroom Wnoll Iniowsa in Ntwerry.
Tlie music of the weddlig narel
seeins t) bu the pnpular minvIny in Char
lotte this week. L:tst, niglt .ono of the
Most p)i 'S(lCtie weldingt,"S that, ('hiar
lotte has witnessed wa!; -ovlem1niz'!d at
'I r.yon -treet Mlethodist Church, wheln
NI I. 'na lath, dall.;hter of Nir. It.
1). lo'ath, hocamle (lie wife of .udge
('lihales DtTl'asw .1ones, of IIatcaster.
S. C. Tichuch wa 1os filled long h_.
fore 7 o'eloek, the hot t i xt Al for the
cormI'lon.y. The docoration e!ncireling
thle 1ala , onl ssing of, statelyv pIlmis
and ferns. tranformAl the puillit sur
roundings into a stately 111ptial hwr
The familimr but nmajsti. iusic of
lt wedding march, platkd by .Nliss ad
die Williams, -11tnOed thle approachl
of t.h0 bridal paPt. Th se r, who
were very faithful at their list of (ty113.,
were Nlessrs, .1-hn Crawford, I ocee
Will'als and P.il Mc('orkle, of i,-to
vaster, il. C., Iol S!'idens of ierl
Ahlaw, S. C., and Dh'. J. 1'. \\it hernpo ,n
anitid Mr. Ilixter 11'i-, of Charlotte.
The attendants who followed were
Ali Va i HOrwell anid Mir. Iber-t A.
NI aye', NI iss Klat herin n. ordan anl Ni r.
IlZukei-' Ford of Augusta, .Ii s I ith
tetoin of NIaeon and NI r. NJ. C. liath
of Colniumbia, Nli.s I-!!a May \Villiatis
of Mlaeonl and Nir. F-rank .limnes, Aliss
I.oa 1I -at-h and )Itv, C. W. Ile-ith, of
Kersh-zaw, S. (., Miiss IC!a lAe.\len and
Nir. H1arvey Vi the rspoon of Li-measter,
Mliss Ninay halver, VAir bridesmaii, and
Mir. I ra lmnlap of 1,ock Hill, S. C.
The groomi has lleady att,lineld dis
lIn;!.lionl In the legal0 world-at pherv
ii wllicl he shines by hvreditaray right,
ithe is the "onl of .tidt'e Iea It. .Iones
(1 hc Supreme Court of South Caro
aa. lie hits creati(d i imiost favorable
impression in Charlotte societ-,y', aid
SueOSs SeCemII- to have Marked liml ias
The wedding gifts were ni'ely btaui
,ifuil and of great variet.y, although Hil
Verl atd cut-glass were in glittering
The honeymoon is to be spent, in New
York, ani the bride andi groomn left on
tLe 9 o'clock train -Charllotte Obser
Nil'. Jones bls inatly relatives il(
friends in Newberry who Join us in
Who,) yot cannot slep for coughing,
it i hai-dly necesary thtt any one
shUld tell you that 3'ou1 need a few
dostes ;r Chamherl'in's Cough l"eutdv
to a Iav the irritation of the throat, an(
iml!.-o sleep possible. I L is good. Try
i t. Por Sale(, by W . l-".I(! I'lha .
"Wor. three Ia.ys and nights I sulffered
rgonly untold from i attack of Cholera
tnu-buts bo-ought onl by eaLing mucum
hers.'" says . 1 I,owt,her, ckerk of the
dlisi'ict coort, Contreville, Iowa. "I
thought I should surely die, and tried
a dozle diiYer Ienlt medicintes bt. all to
n) purpose. I sent, fitlr a bottle of
Cnainberlain's Colic, Cholera ani Diar
rIhocn lencdy and tilree doses relieved
me enitirely." This remedy Is for sale
by W. E. P'elham.
See. y'onr Agent for rateos andt sched-1
itte by3 thle Seaboatrd Au'Ir ,ine lI ailIway
to t,bto (Con federato Veterans lIeuoni
at Aujgustat, Ga., Novemiber 1-th, 15th
and lGth. .
WVe take tip the Courtt priocedings
wvhere wve left oIlf in the last pap~eir:
The. Soiilor hanided ouIt, the fillowit
ing billis, whIiich thle grandt jur ty retLurned
State vs. Ilalleek ITibble-atssauol,
and battlery with i nte'nt, to kill -t roe
State vs. John Thomas aliias J1oh n
Thompson-car. bieak inig-tr'ue hill .
State vs. NIlack Stud(emire-'dhouse
br'eak ing and larceny t,rue bilIl.
SLtte vs. John ii1lirris-muinrder-trute
Sltte vs. Johnii TIh omais atlias Johnlli
Tlhomnpson- car' break ing-pead guilty3.
Sen tence-three mon this at hard labort
0on public works of cout,y or pay at fine
of $50. or spendli the samet piiod1 (of
timle ini State peni)1ten tiary.
State vs. D)eVillias ltaker-larceny,
Resentlenced-fi ve yetrs and one month
at, suIch labhor ias heaiLh will permit, int
Stat,e vs. Maggie liandall-murdier
inot gtuil ty. She was ably defendIed by
Alessrs. It. H. W~eIch aind F. I-. IDomni
nick. whlo were apIpointe.d to d:efendl hot'
by tile Court.
State vs. Mack Stoudteire-houtse
br'eak ing and1( iarceny-gutilty. Sen
t.cc-impr)tisoinen tin State Reformna
I(ory in State p)enIteniarhy at hard'( labor
tor' a termtl of two yearsi'.
State vs. J1im) Mont.gomnery-app)eia
firomnN Maglstrte. A lppeal dIsmIssed.
Stat,e vs. Richiard Galhtnan -murder.
Th'lis caLse Is beinmg tried 1as we go to
The grand1 juriy will likely finish
theIr work today.
A Poiwde,r Mniii Explo(atont
Riemovus overything in sIght; 11o do
drastic minieral pills. but1 both a130
mnigh ty danltgerous. IDon't dynamilte
the delIoIate mnchi inery oV y.ourI bodiy
with enl(lmel, (croton oiI or1 atloes pills,
whieni Dr. K ing%s Newt ife Pil11s, w hichi
work p)erfectlIy. (hires IIeadacho, Con-.
stlpation. Onily :!5o. at aill dIrtg stores.
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
J1. X. biJ333.J.a
COTT1ON WJiIGElt1, rear of Cen
I will 'ee glad to serv,o you to the best
of my knowledgo and ability t& Im
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 Lis before sell
ing or buying.
M. L. Spearman & Co.
t ":f Mt.
I"re 1h 'IlIip S !1d at (i ilder's Corler
Drug Store. f&t, tf.
A good T ilill I'owder for1 5'. and
104. a b)1,x at Gilder'ts Cornt-r Drilg
Store. f&t Lf
Stibscribe for the Deliineator throliI
t f S. J1. W0TurEN.
Por. ,ood Cigars and Tobacco go t 0
(iltir's Corii I-Irug Store. f&t tf
Pruit Jars ad ilhi ers at lowest eash
plice's at Gilter's Corlnerl D-lrig Store. t f
Mason's Pruiit Jars and I ubbers, low
est eash prices, at Gilder's Corner Drug
Ihiist's T niiip Seed at Gilder'8 Cor
lier Drug Store. fL tf.
New lot of New England Watchc8
Ust ill. Come in and sel us.
t tr Daniels & Co.
Good HeoId BiIggy for SaL(I by
t f S J. W oo,r N.
Tii ip 8eed! 'I'll viiijP Seed!! Fresh
and the best att Milder's Corner I)rug
Wo are still paying 2 cbj. per pound
for old rubber boots and shoes.
11. . lig tmie a St a )(1,au d y.
Go to the ('11ftederat Veterans I e
uil io I It Allgista. Ga., via the Hen
boLard Air I,nte Rlilway, November
11th, 1t11 and I(Itil. 11100. it
S0lOls Or \'etrans anid DaiiughtTrs of
the ( "nIfederayt- will be preselt at, 0ho
Conli(e'ate \'eterans Itoullio' in All
grusta, Ga., Novemiivi IIth, i5th lid
I Gh. Take Seaboard Air Iino Itil
S clt per Illile hy Seaboard Air
I,itno Railaviy to the Coifederato Vote
raus Iteunioni at Aul!usta, Ga , Novem
ber I Ith11, 15tl h and I hI. .it
Phi Pefiue I
Nothing like them in
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.
One car load of Bug
gies just received;
Buggies of all kinds
and of the very best
make. Also one car of
the well-known White
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 y.ou the ver.y low
MVTI0lI0llIAINS~ AND IIINGS.
Remember, we en
grave all goods bought
of us free of charge.
One complete set of
Rogers Bros. "1874"
Knives and Forks for
$5.00 for 1 5 days only,
Yours very truly,
Daniels & CO.
All the Cotton Seed
you have for sale.
H ighest market price
M. L. Spearman & Co.
L&f (6t. -
Bagging and Ties 50
cts. a bale at
E. M. Evans & Co.