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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
TA T E D CON VENTIONS OF
thim Lodge will bo held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nights of each month
at 7.30. Visiting Knights cordially
welcomed. THOS. L. EPTINO,
K. of J'R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Buildinhg.
NiCWrICItY COTrTON M Alt K ET.
(CorrCcted twice a week bl .1. W. (ary & Co:)
October 30th, 1900.
M iddling...... ........................ 9
To Curm a Cold In Oneo Day.
Take Laxative Brono Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to Curm. E. W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
Torturing skin eruptions, burns and
sores are soothed at onco and promptly
healed by applying DeWitt's Witch
azel Salve, the best known cure for
piles. 13eware of worthless counter
felts. Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
Cow for 8alo.
Fine Jersey cow,- with young calf, for
sale by W. E. iPnE.II.
United States Commissioner F. 11.
Dominick has tenderedi his resignation
as Commissioner, to take eflect on Mon
(lay following the general election, No
vember 12th. This will make an open
ing for some one who wants ollice.
81CI)s th Cough mid Workc off th. Cold.
Laxative lromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
No other pills can cqual DuWitt's
Little Early Risers for promptness, cor
tainty and eliciency. Gilder's Corner
Iteduct i itates.
On account of the Confederate Vet
erans' Reunion, Augusta, Ga., Novem
ber -ith-15th, 1900, round trip tickets
will be sold by the Charleston & West
ern Carolina Ry. Co. at. the following
rate from Newberry, $2.05, with 'I atl
limit Nov. 18th, 1900., inclusive.
This is the season when mothers are
alarmed on account of croup. It is
quickly cured by One Minuto Cough
Cure, which children like to take.
iilder's Cort r Drug Store.
Tho BcaL Prescription for Malats
Chills and 14'ever i- a bottle of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply iron
and quinine in a tasteless form. No
cure, no pay. Price 50c.
Feelings of safety pervade the house
bo!d that usrs One Minute Cough Cure,
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces immediate results. It is infalli
ble for coughs, colds, croup and all
throat and lung troubles. Ir, will pre
vent consumption. Gilder's Corner
$45 in a shot sack, loston the Kinard
road crossing steel bridge, a receipt and
cotton bill in sack, finder liberally re
warded by looser.
Saluda, S. C. VLoMOEY
Theli best method of ch ansinzg the
liver is the use of the famous little pil1ls
known as lDeWitL's Little E&rly Risers.
Easy to take. Never gripie. (Gilder's
Corner Drug Store.
To All WVhom it May Concorn.
I have an olce upstairs over the
store of Messrs. E". M. Evans & Co.,
Sfront entrance same as to tihe ollice of
Ie. J. H. Chappell, Trial Justice.)
I have my books and accounts there
and wvill kindly ask all who owe me to
please call arid see me.
R. C. WIrLLrAis,
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 9, 1900. f&t0t,
Gin Hlouse Burned.
Last night about eight o'clock the'
gin house od Mr. Jas. A. Bowers place,
about four mIles west of this city, was
burned, lHe had a lar-ge lot of fodder
and hay stored in the house and It is a
Youi Know WVhat You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless ChIll
Tonic because the fomular Is plainly
'printed on every bot tie showing that it
.Is simply Iron andl quinine in a taste.
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50,,.
It is well to know that DcWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve wvill hetila burn and
stop the pain at once. It wilt cure c
zema and skin diseases anid ugly wounds
and sores. 1t is a certain cure for
I)ies. Counterfeits may be offered von.
Soc that you get the orIginal DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve. Gilder's Corner
ilurglars in a i)weming.
Last night burglars attemplted and
did succed in entering one of the float
rooms of Mr. H1. HI. Franiklins residence.
MVrs. Franklin was, alone, heard the
parties In the house, but did not do sa
many women would have done,
swooned away in fuight, but she
secured her pistol and went in pursuit
firing at them anrd giving alarm. Mrs.
Franklin is a brave woman. It would
be wvell if all our women would learn to
use the pistol in case it became neces
Brave Men Fall.
Victims to stomnachi, liver and kidney
'troubles art well as women, and al
-feel the results in loss of ppetite. pots.
one in the blood, backache, nervous
niess, headache and tired, listless, run
down feeling. But there's no neced to
feel like that. Listen to J. Gardner,
Idaville, Ind. lie says: "Electric BIt
ters are just the thing for a man when
he is all run down, and don't care
whether he lives or dies. It did more
to give rme new strength and good ap
petite than anything I could take. I
can eat an)'hing and have a new lease
on life." Only 50 cents at tall Drug
Stores. Every bottle guranteed.
Thtu signature is on ey box of the genuine
Laxative Bromo-uunine Tablete
the remedy that enwes a~ ol in on. daw
VARIOUS AND ALL AISOUT.
This Is the week for the State Fair.
Next Tuesday Is election day. Iur
ralh for llryanl!
Alonday will be saleday. The Mas
tor will have several sales to make.
Capt. Silas J. McCaughrin was in the
city yesterday shaking hands with his
Miss Rosa Wright left on S:iturday
for an extended visit to 1 r brother in
Rev. C. 11. Armstrong, who has been
off on a visit to h1is father in Pennsyl
vania, has returned to the city.
Miss Florence Manhelin, a charming
anl popu'ar young lady of Charlcstol,
is visiting the family of Mr. Jos. Mann.
Mr. [1. B. Wells had an accident with
his shreddei yesterday, but it will te
fixed and ready for business tomorrow.
Mlr. and Mrs. Robt. W. Riser, after a
pleasant visit to relatives here, have
returned to their home at Barlow, Ga.
Mr. L. C. Boland has purchased the
residence from Mr. Geo. Summer on
the corner if .Johnstone and Adams
The Common Pleas court has been
postIoned this week on account of the
State Fair. Tile court will convene
Monday morning next.
Mr. Jesse D. Coats, of Wilmington, N.
C., is in the city visiting relative;3 and
friends. Jesse is now a full-fledged op
ciator and can manipulate a type-set
ting machine with all ease.
Mr. Fred. J. Russell has his hack on
the streets ready to serve the public.
it Is a great convenience. Anywhere in
the city for ten cents is cheap riding.
Fred. is a hustler and deserves the
patronage of the traveling publie.
Tie re 1-4 nv%re Catarrh it this section of imo
cotitiiry 1 amll o1 1 oher it'lives pit toget iner
a1d tiitil ti le 1nst few yea s was siplposel t.o
be inctirablo. For a grent iny years doctors
pronotitcedI it I local disease, and presct-bed
local remlwoles, titid by coit: tantly failling to
(3lre witt lociul trpit.ll! , pronounced It In
carabie. Seenice his pioven eatarrih to ho a
collstil tit io1 l lliseise, titid tlierefore rPtinrc
colstilit.1l lai triatnIaent. Ilails Catarrrli
Utre mn i I)fai red by 1. J. Cheney & Co.
Toledo, Ohlno, is tl-o o ly colnsilit tio ti I ell.
onl the nitarket.. It Is talkom ItlerImn l.y il l1.5ses
fi l 1ii ar cl)rpl to a 110181on00 fu il. It nlett lIree
Iy o i ti e b'ood 114)(1 liii1i4 sr11fi1es of tile
systei. They t ier otie htit reti dollars 1o
ily ea1so it fiti's to vii're Mt ltd for cI-cular
amid( testhcti its. A I Ire .
iv. .J. CII E N EY & CO., Toledo, 0.
Sold by (r-1ggist, pulee 7te.
1ll's Faiil. Y 'ills aile Ile >est.
Sent Up for Counter fe:lting.
A few weeks ago several counterfeit
half-dollar pieces were found in circula
tion among the negroes in town. The
local police force went to work and in
a few days they had the assistance of a
private detective of the government.,
and as a result Jim Irving and Thos.
Greenwood, colored, were arrested on
the charge. At Greenwood's house a
complete set of tools and inoulds were
found. After investigating the case
Comiissionet Dominick released Ir
ving and bound Greenwood over to the
U. S. Court to be held in Greenville
next April. His bond was placed at
$1,000. Greenwood has already served
one term for counterfeiting.
Working Day and Night
The busiest and mightiest litt'e thing
that ever was miade is Dr. King a New
Life Pills. Every p)ill Is a sugar-coated
globule or health, that changes wveak
ness into strength, listlessness into en
ergy. brain-fag Into mental power.
They're wonderful int build ing up tihe
health. Only 25c per box. Sold by all
Do not get seared if your heart
troubles you. Most likely you suffer
from indigestion. Kodol Dispepsia
Cure digests what you eat and gives
the worn out stomach perfect r'est. It.
Is the only prep)aration known t.hat,
completely digests all classes of food;
this is why it cures the worst eases of
Indigest,ion and stomach trouble after
everything else has failed. It may be
taken in all conditions and cannot help
bu t do you good. Gilder's Corner Drug
Hfave your clothes cleaned and pres
sed by the Newberry PressIng Club,
over Pelham's China Store.
4t-t&f Chas. Pelbam, Pro'r.
State FaIr specials.
The following schedule for the State
Fair and rates for that occasion have
been furnished us by the C., N. & L.
authorities for publIcation. ThIs sched
ule and these rates will be adhered to
on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 31st
and Nov. 1st. Returning, the special
traitns will leave Columbia at 8.30 p. in.:
Leave. Schedule. Rate
G reen ville...............6.00 a. m. $3.95
M auld in..................0.16 a. m. 3.60
Sim peonville ............6.27 a. mn. 3.45
Fountain Tnn...h........6.37 a. mn. 3.30
O wings...... ....... .....48 a. mn. 3.15
Gray Court..........6....52 a. mn. 3.05
]larksd ale...............7.00 a. m. 2.95
Laurens..................7.20 a. mn. 2.75
Clinton...................7.40Oa. mn. 2.45
Gold villo................7.60 a. mn. 2.30
Kinard's.................7.58 a. in. 2.20
Jalapa....................8 00 a. mn. 2 05
N EWBER RY. ..........820 a. m. 1.79
Prosperity...............8 35 a. m. 1 58
Little Mountain........8 55 a. mn. 1.39
Chapin ..............0...07 a. mn. 1.19
White Rock.............9.18 a. m. 1.01
Ir mo-.--...................30 a.im. 83
Arrive Columbia..10 00 a. mn.
These rates include one admission to
the Fair Grounds.
Red Hot From the Gun
Was the ball t hat hit 0. B1. Steadt
man of Newark, Michigan, in the Civil
War. It caused horrible Ulcers that
no treatment helped for 20 years. .Then
Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him.
Cures Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Boils, Fel
ons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile
cure on earth, 25 0(s, a box. Cure
guaranteed. Sold by all Druggists.
Your lst winter clothes can be made
to look like new clothes at the New
berry Pressing Club, over Pelhami's
China Store. Chas. Pelhamn,
Tho Southern IRailway will run spe
cials to Columbia on Wedit'sday andi
Thirsday iornings, for tile State Pair,
oil thle following selhedulles anld ratez.:
ITW :N ANI):RSON \NDi 'OLI1.11\.
I'vave.Se e 4i U'l .
A lersonl . . . . .i . $1.113
I iton . . 00 a. t . .3.8
lio ea t'at . . . . . a. Il. 3
1)o1nnalds . . . . .I . IS
1odges . . . . . . . 5) l. In. 3 21
Coth ran . . . . . . . .
G eon wood . . . .. ni. .)
New Nark-t. 7 22 . In. 281
Ninety Six - 7 12 a. i. 2
I)-sois . . . . . .2.S
Chappell . 02 a. (. 2 33
Old Town .i 12 a. in. 2 17
Silver Street. 8 21 a in. 2 02
Itelena . . . . . . 13 a. Ill. 1 89
N llRY. . . 37 i. In. 1 719
Prosperity. . . . .in 1. 58
Kibler's ltridge . . . 8 1 a l.I 153
Poma ria. . . . . .i . 1 1
Hope . . . 1) I0 in. I.;(;
Peak . . . . . . .1. 11
Alston. .25 a. I.. ..2
Arrive Columbia 0. 15 it in.
Retuniir, leaNe Col- bil S . ) p. Il.
Arrive Ander-8on 1 .) 50 In. N StO
bet,ween Columlbiat alld A Istoln.
Tlickets.,rood for roun d tiip mid inl
elude 010 ILdSiOnl to thc a m iStA-e
-iber~ship to theo Newberry 1'i.i.s
hog Club is i)tily $1.00 p-r inonw. OUtL
st(C Work is; l8o ( 70i -- a. VC1 :1.i-l e
l)ICC. Ci. 1'0E.iIm ,1
Constable C. IB. Tiidwvell had (uilte an
expeience o last Pridayity a m rmon.
[te went, out it few 1ills front 2owa i
with it warranit, of ivre.4 for Pierme Sit
beir, colored, char~ged wiLh stealing
polls and peaviius fim the field. JThe
liegr'o wits at Worik I (lhe field when
Mr. Tidwell fund himi and told hil
his bus3ins. Tile iegro told ih on
stable that hie wl s woo myuchi of at gell
tlttian to be itrreh. to tell hi m 1
the trial .ould be eld and hat. li,
wolv Come to town, 1 t 5 hat li wold
not be arrested. Whell tile cohuLule
went to take hold of the negio h3e me
ait MUr. 'Tidwell wi(lh tho pitchforkc and
cariv near uning it1 tiougl mi N. so.
Tidwell watched is opportanity and
caught the negro ol ris gtard nd hit
tle negro across the head with his r
tol whtich knocked him into htis sensvz .
After that lie canie. I I ad it been itany
mmen the Neg-o would have beern shot
and killed, it was a narrow escape for
Mr. Tidwell, for the negro just r iesnal
him with the fork.
Magistrate Chappell ade at wise se
lection when lie selected Mr. Tidwell its
his constable. Whta warrant t f I e is
laed in ls hand ,e always execnt.c
it and does not lose his head in doing
it. lie makes a good constable.
T epraneo Day.
Temperance Day was observed on
Sunday in the Johnstone Street Metho
wst,chutch of thiscity. rhe pastor, aev.
W i. Herbert, eched ap stprong and
forceful sernon on the neroestion of tem
theraner acrod thde heaid wth duis ofn
delwigwh nokedhi s inet. i es
Ate niht Me cam. laitbrt, of many
amenhe ne wocudehav beergnishor
and thed Itas ariarrow Tescpeance
Mriders, forae msnerejstn talke
him wa t lare coregtoa.hesm
church. rate statedplainady th objscs
hisb cofable Woen avearrnt viw
pldin sand the assocatis,xeand
relatd doesnoy instncs hdin mdin
lit.icg Imakessi ood onte.ug )0
Sunda in thare JohnitneSre. Mto
disthrdch f ternoon,y Thes paTorb ev.
berance and weadoe pathe will cof
churh membeoo rkn.Crsias
dAln shot tias Clijeto. Msek
of anihtrs. N. . whoeberesso Or
roombur, tae ket,urer tad cityane
aget oman'sPrhrstia Tiempesrance
Workersn, wadet to most intstg t
toua lare icongregInomat at,he Oame
churc. Soc' ho taenlited th yorjects
Apil band 1801 nol Third Shaoinave
infoanyzingC ahse assoations, andev
hslmt,erman nane s Shsch adei
pfaithe Jaob. auiencse.anbtwe
2Yest 0 erars fe.o Mrs. Hrbrt
ognze s toan or hioprets for rter
orrry,ters w he ladly ecived."om
No shottme yars alinon the namseek,
rogm53 Lee waschnard toa city,rian
soethiof the Pudetal Lhoifes nsurnot
kow,ait, see ato the pltm asen t
J.ac. Emre "no lsted pae." pac
Apr.i 4 186,en asing st ainah
inanry Co.C,as rvaeoIbliv
hteisot,herr nm sain Stsatnadria
ahs omelyob.H was aFman beel.een
ha0 bn 30yar of mageny yerinefoma
Level ls Itihs Idarit,entsi or roler
leoris wilt at glaul, weneitexi"e
iNw noearrt Nyearagote nae now
progseucs twns PropeityP.aria
rsethisin ing the tanathries f histoty
know,citleems,oan the trefteres en
ville mae d "o s hi place.Sa
tanv.r Mchenya snlisad.n h
seach.The itaoi vr
Monesppernarec miaen wthe
tae man wror "tke syong thaper Poman
hasoben rad, god cnseuessinceFro
useve fost his identity,er buli take recp
pecr,ponlishnta aut, Mae, wtheicte
cotwais narer to Newborr--t the smuw
prosperous ion ea GProsp"ert. Wie
rai1stsorIn hi thin thrs of hvstory
ba nomaliuon thi ediofe the rean
valleaNew. Bt satwho gs intt.-Spar
lo ad h ruhes Woi loar. e t
ah olmn obtay,ywho "takes aesoa
hean pread," tadh coulqunt hsub
usie for his local pape. etaks is pa
conanswh al .'e nwas autTe mug
pue jssto fisl midp it youchval-E
Aqd SovelIt By SplendI
Now is the Time and J
The honest values which hav
have always found quick buyers
gr ?at satisfactoVy selling of our b
money. Don't pay more for wh
we can save money for you, becc
goods which are well bought by L
GREATCLOTHING AND SHOE S
GREAT SELLING IN HATS.
We intend to make our store the Leader fol
save all our customers from 10 to 20 per cent
LOOK AT OUR $20,00C
We are selling men's good woo
at $5.00 to $8.00 that would be .
Dur $10.00 line of suits going rar
and worth $12.50. We have i
Cheviots. High grade suits in sr
wear well, in all colors from $12
shown such values. Our big line
any thing we have ever showr
things in selling clothing for child
Children's cheap suits 50 cts.,
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Some
and $4.00 that would be cheare e
Everything in goodl Shoes you want. Wo havo an easiy job)
n solling thorm, and to got mnoro at the same lowv priec, for one
Women's Shoes 78 ets., botter than grades V18 ets. to $1.00.
A big lot of WVomen's kid, button and lace, Shoes worth i 1.25,
o be sold at $1.00.
Ask for the Harrisburg black bottom Shoe at S%.d0-the beOst
oods over' sold for the price.
500 pairs men's highcut brogans S1.00) ThoseV iire worth $1i.25.
Men's lace or congress Shoes, $1.00, $l.25, 810 G reat values.
A full line of Zeigler Bros. fine Shoes for ladies and Lilly
Brackett for men. The best goods that money cant buy.
Call for the Messenger Shoes for boys, the best on tho mrarket.
All mnust~ go for the price 'we put on them mnakes thm move ofl.
The right kind of foot wear at thme right place (does the bumsineOss.
Jamieson's is the Place to Buy Footwear.
YOURS TO SATISFY Al~
One car load of Bug- JS ~EVD
gies just received;
Buggies of all kinds
and of the very best IAiI J1IN 1l IN~
make. Also one car ofR
the well-known White em be,w en
H ickory Wagons. Callofufrefchg.
and see our Buggies Oecmlt e
and Wagons and getRoesBs."84
our prices before buy- Kie n ok o
ing. We pay cash, dis- $.0fr1 asol
count bi[ls, and can Yorveytu,
give you the very low- Dail&Co
Bagging and Ties 50 Hgetmre rc
ots. abale at d
E. M. Evans & Co. L pamn&C
A t e Rght Piece!
aisoifs is THE PLACE!
e been offered in other seasons
and this fall is no exception to the
ig stock. Don't throw away your
at you want and must have when
tuse we give you the profits on the
.LING IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
ELLING IN STAPLE DRY GOODS.
-big events every day from now on and will
on all that they buy.
STOCK OF CLOTHING.
1 suits at $4.98 and splendid suits
;reatest values at $6.50 to $10.00.
idly because they are good values
-hem in Colored Cassimeres and
)lendid assortments made well to
:.50 to $20.00. We have never
of boys' and children's suits beats
i and we have done some great
ren and youth.
75 cts., and $1.00. Better ones at
3peCial bargains at $3.00, $3.50
it a dollar more on 'the suit.
e of Newberry.
I''.VItYTilING IN GENTS-' F"UlN ISI IING (GOODS.
TIh be ltst '1) yles in htt of all grades. a i':ero in sploudid varioty.
Good prints going at 8 'ts. LaJtest niovelty prints going at
org at 1 5, 17i'.ad 20 ets. Ilonviiest wool jens going at 25
.U gosg i ch tint Jamisn's. ; . Godw: jon g
CJomo ini nad1( soo us. Wo~ aire aliways ready to nielto nowv ac.
quintace and 111we consider nothing too troublesome to pleaise
and nteestono anrd all!.
Ouir goods and1( our prices mako satisfiedl (onstomners. Wo takeo
caeof thle interest of our cuistomer,s in overything they buy at
ii onr big Clothing, Shoe andI Dry Goods Emporium.
If our prices arid( goods wero not sat isfactory, we could not
haive made(1 so manIly sat isliedi customiers this fall.
ID PLEASE THE PUBLIC,
AT THE OLD CORNER.
We want to buy your "WANTED."
Cotton Seed. Wili pay All the Cotton Seed
you the top of the mar- you have for sale.
, ket for then), a.nd sell H ighest market price
you anything in ouri paid.
.line at the.very lowest M.L. Spearman & Co.
tmarket price. t&f c.
Call onus before sell
r ing or buying. -IBagging and Ties 50
M. L. Spearman & Co. cts. a bale at
-~o~ E. M. Evans & Co.
*- . . f&ttf
Bagging an d Ties 50 nodcrton ilb o a ac.
cts. a bale at Irat'e seal at the cJonfedeiate veteruIr
E. M. E vans & Co. t",ia"aoauoeaa
Air 1,1ne Railway. 4It.
IElectrict display, tire works atnd Im- u)l by teSabno ArJi hallw
posing~ parades and other' entert,ain- to the Confederate Veterans Reunion
inent (r amuseent ofi vistrs ia at uusa, Ga., November 14th, 15th
Confederate Veterans Hennloln at
Aulguista, Ga 4' or spraios, sweIlnga and1( lameness
M iel.eStraw er pla s for sal by lain' ai Ia n. 'Iry it. F as eb