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04 vVnm and M,
Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TA '1 .D CON VHENT!ONf4 OF
thh Lidge will It held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nightm >f each montih
at 7.310. Visitlng E .zlhts cordlally
welcomed. T0IIOS. Ill. ElP 'lN,
K7C. of R. and S.
Clotwoil Hotel Buildilq-.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat. ....................... .(o 9o.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
H am s.................................. 12i 4e.
Best Lard ....... ........... 9c10C.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 60c.
Good Molasses..................... 25@ 50c.
C orn ................................... 700.
M eal .......... .. ..................... 65 .
Hay....... . . . ................ 0C.
W heat Bran........................ $1.15.
1st Patent Flour.................. t-1 75.
2nd Best Flour.................. $4.50.
Strait Flour........................ $4.25.
Good O-.d inary Flour....$email@example.com.
Sugar ....................... ......... 6 64c.
RicO.................................... 5C 8 c.
Coffee................................ 1 15c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack. 1.25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 300.
Butter, per lb .............. 15(20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 9(q)I0c.
Chickens, each................... 15,ar25c.
Pons, per bushel....... .......... 75c.
Corn, per bushel.. .............. 600.
Oats, per bushel.............. 35(A40.
Sweet potatoes................. 6675c.
Turkeys, per lb .............. 6 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................ 75(90c.
NEWn.tity COTTON MARKET.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Unry & Co;)
November Wit, 1900.
B st...... ......................
To Cure a Gol in one i)y.
TakoLaxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure. E W. Grove's signature
is on each box. 25c.
D'mn't buy a dollar's worth of Dry
Goods or Shoes until you see our line.
t It Mimnaugh.
Something new and pretty in the line
of flower pots is to be seen at the Racket
Store. They are beauties and are sure
to please the ladies.
This is the seasoi when mothers are
alaiIed on account of crou0p. T', is
quickly cured by One Minute Cough
Cure, which children like to take.
Gilder's Corn-r Drug Store.
The cro-vds incre.Ase ciery day at
Mim i nangl's. The people know a good
thing wh-en they see it. Mimiaugh. It
The fourth Quarterly Conference for
Newberry Circuit will be held at New
Chapel Church Saturday the 10th and
Sunday the 11th of November. Rev. I.
A. Child, presiding elder, will preach
The public J.i cordially invited.
D. P. Boyi), Pastor.
The best method of elansing the
liver is the use of the famuous little pills
known as DsWitt's Litt,le letrly Risers.
Easy to take. Never gripe. (jlder's
Corner Drug Store.
Stops the Cough and Works off tie, C,idic.
Laxative. lromno Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no pamy.
PrIce 25 cents.
Mimnnaugh~ does the leading D)ry
Goods, Shoe and Millinery business of
Newberry. t It
IHave your clothes cleaned and pres
sed by the Newberry Pressing Club,
over Pelham's Ch ina St,ore.
4t-t&f Chas. Pelham, Pro'r.
The nattonal and Stte election Is on
today. Everything is almost as quiet
here as a usual Sunday. The citizens
are turning out p)retty wvell to vote.
The federal box is in the opera ho.use
and the State and county boxes In the
court house. Don't fail to vote.
Feelings of safety pervade the house
hold that uses One Minute Cough Cure,
the only harmless remedy that pro
duces. immediate result.s. It is infalli
ble for coughs, colds, croup and all
throat and lung t.roubles. It, will pre
vent consumption. Gilder's Corner
The Common Pleas Court did not con
veno until yesterday afternoon owing
to the fact that it was saleday and the
jury was dismised until .12 o'clock today
on account of the election. The court
this morning is engaged in hearing
equity cases and will resume work with
the jury this afternoon. The court will
last all this week.
It is well to know that DeWitt's
Witch Hazel Salve will heala burn and
Atop the paini at once. It will cure ec
zema and skin diseases and ugly wounds
and sorecs. it is a certain cure for
piles. Counterfeits may be offered you.
See that you get the original DeWitt'a
Witch Hazel Salve. Gilder's Corner
You Know What, You Are Taktng
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bottle showing that It
is simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50c.
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jo.
C. Ilipp, died at their surburban home
on Sunday evening with pneumonia,
and its romaine were buried yesterday
afternoon at Rosemont.
No other p Ills can equal DeWitt?s
Little EarlyR Rleers for promptness, cer
tainty and ellielency. Gilder's Corner
Big line of Ladles' Kid Gtoves just
opened. The price is 980. Every pair
guaranteed. Mimnaugrh. t It
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
See sale of personal property.
see advertisement of farit land for
Mr. Jacob Eihrhardt, of larnwell, is
lion. W. 1). Maylield, o! Colunia,
is in tie city.
This is election day andl(] we hope for C
Bryanl's election. C
Tie Rteeder P'harmacy has a new ad. -
this morning-read it.
After the rain Sunday it turned oil
considerably cooler. t
(. C. Peatherstone. of Laurens, was
in the city yesterday.
.1. F'. .1. Caldwell, nq , of Green~ v
wood, is attendig court. t
Tlle town election is only a few weeks
oil. I ave you registered?
Miss )ella Riser, of Greenville, Is
visiting at Mrs. S. A. Riser's.
Miss Eldna Whitmire, of Greenville,
is visiting at Mr. .J. W. Reeder's.
Newberry Ilardware Co. has some
thing new to tell you in this paper.
Superintendent Vo,;ss has fitted up the
court house and ollices with electric
Court did not convene yesterday un- e
til In the afternoon on account of the 3
Mr. W. It Aull is down from Pen- c
dleton and will move his family to that S
The attention of road overseers Is
called to the notice of Supervisor 11111
In arother column.
As we have said before, today will
iettle the quest ion: and the next Pres
ident's name will be "William."
Miss Thyra 8 1humprt, of New
berry, Will arrive this evening to visit
Mrs. A. M. Aiken.-Cheter Lantern. t
Considering the fact that it was No.
vember saleday and that court was also
in session, there was a small crowd In
The innmmon Plea doeket is a full
one ard if the court L nishes this week
considerable business will have to be
Mr. Clint Smmer stopped over on
his way from the Fair and spent Friday b
and Saturday In Newherry with friends. 6
He returned to PendLton Sunday.
The election returns will be received
tonight and by the use of a magic lan- h
lon thrown on a large sheet ex!ending
from the wires in front of 0. M. Jamie- E
son's store. Come out and get the news.
I)on't fail to read Minnaugh's ad. a
He is In the race to the finish and he Is 84
a hard one to beat when it comes to
selling the best goods for the least c
money. Don't end your shopping tour
until ,after visiting Mimnaugh's. le sl
has bargains to offer you.
Ti'ire rois mo-ire Cat airrh In this sectiou of the
coninlry than all other liseases put togotIer
and until thu last Lfw yearns was sIpposetI to a
be ihicurablo. For a great many years (octors
Pronuned it a local disease, anid prescrtbed
local reimiles, and by constantly railing to
euro wltl local treat men01t, prononce(I It In
c.irable. Science has proven cattarrh to be a
constitutional di%se e, aid therefore rq-uItires
conlstiltutional treatmnlt. Uall's Catarrh f
1um minutifactured by F. J. Cheniey & (.O $
Toledio, Ohio, is the o* ty constitutional enrel
on the snarket.. It is takent internally iun doses
from 1it drobsn to a teaspoonifulI. It aicts direc
ly on the blood anid mutc-ous surfaces of the
system. They on'er- one hundlred dloluiru t'o
any case it fails to euro. He ndl for circular
and( testitnioias. Add ress.
i'. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, 0. J
Sold by drnggits. price 75c.
Halt's Faitly ['ills are the best.
Opera [House Attractions.t
Managers Voss and Seboltz have t
booked seime star at,tractIons for this F
season and tbe theater going public
may expect to see some extraordinaryt
performances during the next few E
mont,bs. The following is some of the
attractions booked and of course there
will be,*mauy others:
November 12-three nights-Palmer I
November 20-Schuman Concert Co.
November 23-Johnny on the Spot.
November 21-Hiarr'y Ward's Mmn
November 28-Too Rich to Marry.
December 4--Thc Spider and Fly.
December 17-Helrald Square Opera
'December 20-Quo Vadis. -
December 31-A Terrible Time.
Do not got seared If your heartt
troubles you. Most likely you suffer
from indigest,ion. Kodol Dispepsla
Cure digests what you eat and gives
the woirn out stomach perfect rest. It,
is the only preparation known that
compiletely digests all classes of food; I
this is why it, cures the worst eases of <
indigestion and s'tomach trouble a!ner 1
everything else has failed. It may be f
taken in all conditions and cannot help I
but do you g ood. Gilder's Corner Drug1
The Chrysanthemum Show will be
given Friday night, November 9tb, at
the vacant store uinder Crotwelf Hotel,
beginning at 7 o'clock. Prizes will be
given as follows: -
1st. Finest specimen.
2ad. Best collection.
'80. Finest pot plant.t
4th. Prettiest design.
The ladies ask that the ilowers he
sent by 4 o'clock. Public cord-sally in
vited. Ad miselon 10 cents.
Yes, August Wlower still has the larg- I
est, sale of an. AIcine in the civilized
world. Your -iers and grandmoth- 1
ers never thought of using anything
else for indigestion or biliousness. Doe- I
tors were scarce, and they seldom heard
of appendicitis, nervous prostration or!
heart failure, c-tc. They used August
Frlower to clean the system and stop fer
mentation of undigested food, regulate
the action of tile liver, stimulate the
nervous and organ t action of the sys
tem, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need as few
doseq of Green's August Flower, in ii
quid formn, to make you satisfied there
Is nothing serious t,he mr.tter with you.
For sale by W. 10. Pelham.
t)r. .J. A . Oi ft,s
Telegraphs lite this morniig thrit he
Vill Prfahell for u1s at 7.10 Welrinesdaiy
VOninig. \l invitcd.
('4-itral 31ethoillott Church.
We eii Clittentio ntigain to th ler
'ice to I e held at Central Methodist,
hir1ch11 next T '. rsday af n al-11o l t.1
'eloek. A-4 annoteed last, week, the
orn1er stoneO of the new churc will be
tid al, that hour, and Dr. .J. A. Clifton
rill duliver the athdr +S. The pastor. of
h(' chmr-h I,( qu-'ss tit an 1invitiltion
, extenldtld to) :01 WhO are0 WillinIg to
ej-)ice wit,h the Metlhodists to collme
til -iljoy tie vxorcisvs Sihoult ho
reather Ile im-1el-i t thi addkre'ss will
e delive'Ired in tle old churelh.
e%wV1 to be I(cEiV(El it4l 'o omsialat uti
1ull-tIn4 Ini pl%yodl o1 tho 'ubnUe
EIF(lit"41 With a Sereop lIon.
The election news wi . be received in
eOwberry this Veeing,".
Tho bullet,in board wil' be placed at
convenlent Spot near the court houtse,
nd news bulletins will be thrown oat a
ativas, by the aid of ia stereopticon),
xtended from the wires in front of 0
. Jamieson's store.
The citizenms who contributed to re
cive the election tews have be!en as
'Ared that they will receive tie tiest,
BIVice at the hands of the Western
rnion Company tonight and tomorrow.
So come out, tonight and get the news.
EIfior's Awful P'light,
P. M. Illg'u-ings, I'ditor seneei, ( I Is
ews, wits lillicted fotr years with Piles
til no doctor or relt,dy it-1p)d ntiml
c tried llucklen's A rnii'a 8-ilve. lie
'rites two box s w olly cured him
,'s ei surest Pile (ire on earth atid
le best salvO it) the world Cure
naranteed. Only 25 cents. Sold by
he Propeity Miold 11routght it (v G od l'rief -
A Quiet. Cr4-w4.
Yesterday was sleday - November
The crowd was not as large ias we
ave seen in the city on similar 4icea
ons, but the streets by no meais pire
mited a deserted appearatce.
The Master made several tacs as foi
Hawkins vs. Hawkinis, i acies to A.
[. 11-awkiis for $1,750.
Iluntington vs. Huntiigtonl, I i t
,-res ill town of Helena, *to 1. A )ick.
n for $280.
Maffett, vs. Norris, house and lot in
ty of Newberry-lot, No. I to 11. .
lillians for $1,:7O Lot No. 2, to the
ttle for $1,620.
Hardy, Alastcr, vs. lmgshore-with
1i-irdy, Master, vs. Forest Riser, 57
cres to Johnstono and Welch for 60.
In the case of Clarlton Cromer, ad
tinistrator estate of I. N. Gary, tract
lo. 1, 235 arres, to P C. Smith for
1,225: tract No. 2, 275 acres, to 'T. C.
Jool for $70,'.
Robbedi the Gravo.
A startling Incident, of which Mr.
ohna Oliver of Philadelphla, waLt the
object, Is narrated by himt as follows:
I was int a most dr' dIful coindition.
ly skin was altmosty3ellowv,eyes su nken,
LIngue coated, pain contintually In
ack and sides, no appeite-gradually
rowing weaker dtay by (lay. Three
hysicmins had given me up. F'ortu
ately, a frier'd advis itrying Elee
rie Bitters; and to n :-great joy and
urprise, the (iret bott,le made(1 a decided
mprovemuent. I continued their use
or three weeks, and ni -ow a well
ntan. I know they saved may life, tand
(tbbedl the grave of another vict im.t"
To) one shoulid fail to try thtem. Only
0 eta., gLuaranteedl at all D)rug Stores.
On accout,t of inclement weather the
ourt,h Quarterly C'onfer'ence of Ptros
ierity Circeult was not held at New
lope on Jast Saturday. The Presidling
Cldcr, Rev. Rt. A. Child, will hold salid
teeting at Wight,man Chapel, Pros
erity, next F'ridauy at II o'clock. The
>lal members are earnestly requested
o attend as business of tamportanece is
o como befor'e tihe meetihg.
That. Throbbing Hleaudache.
Would gjulekly leave youl, if you usedi
)r. King's New Life Pills. Thousantds
if sufferers have proved their match.
ess merit for Sick sand Nervous Head
ches. T1hey imake putre blood atnd
trong nerves and build up your health'
Basy to take. Try thtem. Only 2.5
enits. Money back If not cured. Sold
y all IDrugglsts.
Thte Citizens' Mee ting.
The call for the citizens' meeting to
eterminte the manner of nominating
andidates for Mayor and Alderment foir
he ensuing year', by the D)emocratic
>araty of tite city, appiears in another
:olutmn. The neetilng will be held In
he opera houtse next Tuescday after
10oon at 4 o'clock.
Dr. Wi. 13. LewIs, Lawrenneevile, Va.,
vrit,es, "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia
lure in my practice among severe
aese of lndigestion~ and find it an ad ml
able remedy." Many hundreds of
>hysicians depend upon t,he use of Ko
lol Dyspepsia Cure int stomach trou
les. It digests what, you cat, and aul
ows you to cat aili the good food you
teed, providing you do not overloadl
tour stomach. Gives instant relief andl
permaneitt cure. Gilder's Cornetr
Bears. th, h Kind Youl Have Aiwa s Boughi
emah nd tnestfree,
g, eBENS .Sea AUaaa.6a.
Aqd Sve ILuSpend
Now is tw Time6 and Ji
The honest values which hav(
have always found quick buyers a
gr sat satisfactory selling of our bij
money. Don't pay more for whe
we can sve money for you, becat
goods which are well bought by u
GREAT CLOTHING AND SHOE SE
GREAT SELLING IN H ATS.
We intend to make our store the Leader for I
save all our customers from 10 to 20 per cent o
LOOK A T OUR $20,000
We are selling men's good wool
at $5.00 to $8.00 that would be g
Our $10.00 line of suits going rapi
and worth $12.50. We have ti
Cheviots. Htigh grade suits in spi
wear well, in all colors from $12.
shown such values. Gui" big line <
any thing we have ever shown
things in selling clothing for childr
Children's cheap suits 50 cts., 7
$L50, $2.00 and $2.50. Some s
and $4.00 that would be cheap a
The Sh.0 ieoe Hut ous rp
.Everything in good Shoes you want. We have an easy job
m soiling thorn, and to get more at the samo low price, for our.
Shoe trad1o. i
Women's Shoes 78 t s., bettor than grades s8 t to $1.00.
a rbig lot of w omen's kid, button and lace, o.0s worth $1.25,
to be sold at $1.00.
Ask for the Harrisburg black bottom Shou at 1.50-the best
goods over sold for the price.
500 pairs m n's highIut brogans $1.00 Thee -ro worth $1.25.
Mon's lace or congress Shoes, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50. G rent valuesM.
A full line of Zeigler Bros. fine Shoes for ladlies and Lilly
Brackett for men. The best goods that money can buy.
Call for the Messenger Shoes for boys, the host on the muarket.
All must go for the price we put on thema makes them mnove oil'.
The right kind of foot wear at the right p)lace (1oes the business.T
Jamieson's is the Place to Buy Footwear.
YOURS TO SATISFY ANI
To All Whom It Mamy Concern.
I have an ollico upstairs over thne
store of Alessrs. E. AM. Evans & Ce, Al,h otn S e
~front, entraince sanme as to the olliceo oufa efo ae
I have my books and aun, there Hgetmre rc
andl will kindly ask all who owe mec to id
please call and sec me. C iax~~.S e r a o
Newberry, 8. 0., Oct. 9, 1000. f&tot, tro.
Wie wAant to buy rourAl 'rosnltledtthodfis
Cotton Seed. '/'ii pay o ~le''i C ltwl ~tl
you the top of the mar- al ;iIWifcE ohnd
ket for them~i, andc sell o a'ti1d o ~l~hrio'
you anything in our ~v ,~~
line at the very lowest
m-narket price. ~ orlntw ae lts a eml
Call on us before sell-t oklk e eoh~a l'
in g or buying. hms 4e'. ha.Ichii,
M. L. Spearman & Co. -.P"'cw.
ChIlls and ever' 19 a bottle of Gr'ove's
Tasteless Chlil Tonic. It, Is simply i ron Tiqngitaoi neoyio rtegonn
and quinino in a tasteless form. No Lxtv rmunnn alt
eur, o ay 1rIe 5c.th Allcd thatems uCoto n See d
- hI R ight Plce!
imiesori's is THE PLACE!
been offered in other seasons
tnd this fall is no exception to the
. stock. Don't throw away your
Lt you want and must have when
ise we give you the profits on the
ING IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
LLING IN STAPLE DRY GOODS.
>ig events every day from now on and will
ri all that they buy.
STOCK OF CLOTHING.
suits at $4.98 and splendid suits
reatest values at $6.5C to $10.00.
dly because they are good values
iem in Colored Cassimeres and
endid assortments made well to
50 to $20.00. We have never
)f boys' and children's suits beats
and we have done some great
en and youth.
5 cts., and $1.00. Better ones at
pecial bargains at $3.00, $3.50
a dollar more on the suit.
3 of Newberry.
IX1MItYTil[ING IN GENTS' FUl IING N GOODS.
TheIi latest. nt y'le4s in hats1 of all g rados lare here ini sp)lenldi< variety.
(Good prints going at 3.i els. I Latest novelty pririts going at
0 ets. hest -1I -1 shooting going at 0>. ets. (Good wool joatns go
ing att 1 5, 1 74 and 20 ets. Heawviest. wool jeans going at 25
EYvyody going to .Jamtiesoni's to get tho great values in
goods going chieapI at Jamuiosoni's.
C~omo iln arnd see' usl. WeO are atlwatys readty to meko1 nolw ac.
<jlinlt atuces anud we conidor1 niothing too troules0ome1 to plonso5
anid interest on1e andi ailI.
Our gJoods. atnd our prices mako sat islied customers. We take
careII of t ho interost of ouri cusxtomoars in oryt hinig they b)uy at
our big Clothing, Shoe and Dry Goods Emporium.
If ou r prices and goods we're not sat isfacetory, we could not
have made so mally' satisijlol custorr t his falli.
) PLEASE T HE PUBLIC,
AT THE OLD CORNER.
fInea l'at li's M3 alo y.A Nrr v iij.
Hionea l'ath, 8, C., Nov. :3 --T'iohe Codcoflitra-th tet
ther of the mihs ing~. mant, M r.McA rthutrral yco p y,hdan rw s
McGee of Ilonia l'ath,ay that, iou p from is.w.(011 ntngt
e.110idee rceived h hop hi s son 11 5f Is
all ve aund tI at, lhe left of hiis own voll- Jm erws (onn no te ct
l.ion, but probablly wit,h his mindl( badly fo yttptkao h a a
all'ected from 34omeU cauIse unk nown. crvdd~'tipsingr.T sbig
tAe'chneit.abecme necesgry fo
Couh 1n rot e'xpress8 t,het' u ~'lre oif An
io E. Hpringer, of 112~> llowaird Mt., bnr nteOtil f te pol
Phlih m eipia11, Pai. , wvhen, she (onrd that,wo~vr tni i nte or, i
D)r. King's New DI)scovery for (3on-)lC
aibacking coinghi tiat for manny yearsteacof.inngronapasn
remedIes ned( dioctorsi cold give her noe,hsbdyarc n o h rl
help1, but she says of t his ILoyal Cureicpoeanle ISbdytun.
-"'It soon1 removed the pan ~in miy M "i
chiest and( 1 cani no0w sleepl .soundly, rwstaku ocm
somnethbing I can sonicehy rememberotaleanh viiI)oufr
doing beflord. I feel lIke soundIng Its
prises throughout, t.he Universe."' So u broeinteftr. r lte
will every one who tries D)r. KIing'e s a vr oly-oaeod
New D)iicovery for any trouble of thme
TIh roa, Chest, or Lrings. Price T0c. anid
$1 001. Thriahl bottles free at all D)rug , vu
Stires; every bottle, guiaranrteed. BauteYuHv iaSBtg
Choice Straiwber'ry hllnts for saleo by IDtO
Conductor Fli..Yor,nof thf stre0!