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NE WISE17HY IA11KET.
Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by k8uniier Bros.
M oat ................................. 81 a9e.
Shoulders ........................... 7c.
H am s.................................. 12(a141c.
Best Lard ............... .......... 9(010c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 600.
Good Molaises..................... 25@50c.
Co. ----. -----..............----..... 70c.
Meal ....... . . ..................... 650.
Hay-............. . . .............. 00.
ist Patent Flo .................. C4 75
2nd Dest F'out .................... $4.50.
Strait Flo -......................... $4.25
Good Ordinary Flour...........3 a6*4.00.
Sugar....................... ......... 6I 8 c.
R ice.................................... 5 S c.
Colyee................................ 1 0(a)1 c.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 1.25.
Loose Hulls, per owt............. 30c.
pe -b ......lb ............. 15(a20c.
E rgs, per ( - (0- -1 ................. 9((pIO .
Chic'.oX s, eac .................. 15(q,25c.
Pe.'s, perf ')S-0 '................... 75.
Co V. per L' !......... ........ 60c.
O t0. rc r b "6................. 35()40c.
S. ;ec I 9n..oe3 ................... 60(ap75c.
T,...e. , pe. 1b .................. 6'a) 8c.
Foddo., pere cwt .................. 'ta;90e.
NEWBRtiY COTITON MARKE T.
(Corrcoted twico a week by J. W. Uary & Co;)
November 23rd, 1900.
-bSt ... .... ..I.............92
Is selling paintcd Flower Pots and
Saucers at 8c., 15c , 2uc. and 25c. Jar
diniercs for 25c. Also artificial plans.
Cedar Poles Wanted.
25 to 35 feet long. See P. J. Voss
Supt. Water Wo.ks and L'gt.
Cand'dates, Sign Up.
Chairman M. A. Carlisle 1'equest us
to state that all candidates for Mayor
and Alderman must sign the pledge at
his office at the National Bank by 12
o'clock on Saturday, 23rd. The rules
wheu you feel that life is hardly
worth the candle take a dose of Cham
berlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
They will clense your stomach, tone up
your liver and regulate you.- bowels
waking you feel like a new man. For
sale by V. E. Pelh am.
Sal"'men so sell Lubricating Oils,
Greases, EAlting au(t specialties to
thresherien, on coinulssion. Good
goods and liberal p'oosiltion. Address
giving references. The Howard Oil
and G..case Co., Cleveland, Ohio. I t.
One buttheaded heifer with white
face a: d white back. Finder rewarded.
3t-t&. R1. L. Lewic.
"Tao Rich to) Marry."
On next Wednesdav night this beau
tiful comedy drama is booked to appear
at the opera house and the play is to be
in competeit hands. Theatre-got r i
should pateonize good plays when they
come or we will soon be given the gc
by by all troops. The prices that wiit
prevail will be 15, 50 and 75 cents.
"I have used Chamnberiale's C2o1c I
Choleia and t'.orr'boea Remedy and
find ittio be a great mediciue,'' saivs Mr
E. S. PhilIps, of Poteau' At k. "It
cu-ed me of bloody flux. 1 e .nnot sneak
teoo hIghly of it." This reume~dy alwayvs
Wine the good opinion, 17 not the ora-se
of those wlio use it. The ciuick cL--e
wh'ch it effects ia the most aevere cases
make it a favo'.ite every w .'ere. For
sa'e by W. E. Pelham.
Fifty gi--ls, ages 'from twelve years
:and upward. to vwork In The Newberey
Kn itt,'ng Mil'. A pplicatiors will b
r'ece'ved f. or.1 th Is d at e, to January ist
3l90i. Work lig.ht and esy to learn.
To those not having homes i.1 the
c'ty, oc' its subu-bs, houses vi'l be pro
vid1ed. Apply in person to Presiuent
of The Newberry Knitting Mill, New-'
bet"y, S. C.
On Thursday last two hundred and
forty dollars on the road between New
berry and J. L. Glllton's..
Liberal reward to finder or any one
'giving information which will lead to
its recovery. WV. W. SA'PCHiER,
3t.-ef. Johnston, S. C.
Zilcycile Ordlanuce Am ended.
The city council on Tuesday 'night
granted a petition from the bicycle
riders of Ward 2, by amending the bi
cycle ordinance, omitting f.-om its pro
,visions the sidewalk leading from the
stop of the hill at the old Gauntt res!
.dence to Scott's creek. This will prove
a great convenience to those who ride
wheels in that part of the city, vs they
had no way to get from the road onto
t,he walk near the creek, without run
ning a great risk.
To remove a troublesome corn or
bunion: First soak the corn or bunionI
in wopm water to soften it then pare it,
down as closely as possible without
drawing blood and apply Chamberlain'
Pain Balm twice daily; rubbing vigor
onely for fivwe minutes at eaco appli
cation. A corn plaster should be worn
for a few daye to proieet it from the
shoe. As a general linIment for sprains,
tiruises, lameness and rheumatism Pain
B3alm is unequaled. For sale by W. E.
A Hlappy Maerriage.
?'arriedl, on Wednesday, November
14, 19(), at 12 o'clock, at the residence
of W. Brooks Friol;, of near Chapin,
Miss Mary Agnes F. iek and G. B. Domi
-intick of nea' Prosperity. Tlhe bride is
a popular yorng lady, And the groom
is well known as a nmerchant and busi
ness man 41 miles south of Prosperity.
Rev. J. W. Blanton cmo'ated. Afier
the marriage a wedding dinner was
served and a number of friends and rela
-tives partook of the good eatables. (On
'Thursday an infair dinner was spread
.at the groom's home, and a number of
his and her relatives were present, also
.a number of his friende. We wish the
happy congple much Joy and happiness
-trug i A us
VARIOUS AND ALL AioUT,
The little folk are already talkins
1ossum8 are plentiful and the narkc
pretty well stocked.
'ostmaster Fair went to Greenvilh
yesterday on business.
From the scarcity of eggs we would
suppose that the hens have struck.
Some of the merchants are opening
up their Christmas goods.
Now is the time to advertise if you
want to catch the 01hrist mas trade.
Mr. Torlu, Lane, of Hendersonville, Is
spending a while in Newberry.
Mrs. Laura Minick, of Chapin, is
visiting at Mrs. C. 1.. Dominick's.
Cole. L. Blease, H'sq., left yesterday
for Le::lngton on professional business.
Daniei & Co have received a beauti
ful and valuable line of jewelry. etc.
The heavy fogs the last few nights
and mornings are something unusal
Newberry can match any city for its
size in the South in handsome window
Senator Robert Aldrich, of Barnwell,
was in the city yesterday, the guest of
Major 1). L. Copeland.
Mr. 0. W. LeRoy, who has been liv
ing in Greenville, has returned with
his family fi-om Greenville.
1:ev. C. H. Armstrong wv:i called to
Oh'o again the fle-t of the week on
acolu(t of the illness of father.
'Pte c*ty council had its picture
s. ock yesterday-preparatory to dis
sulvitg copas tne.ship.
Rev. J. L. Voss, representative of the
Baptist Courier is in the city in the
interest of his paper.
Rev. Wibur It. Riser, of Jadwin, Va,.
arr'ved in Newbe,-ry yesterday with
his wife to visit the family of Mr. T. J.
The candidates for Mayer and Alder
man must sn the pledge with chair
ma-q M. A. Carlisle by 12 o'clock to
Miss Liz-ie Copeland and her little
n'rece Lizzie i'arhardt, went to Clinton
yeste *0ay to attend the marriage of
t,e!r relative, M iss I %na Copeland.
M1. Bobert Ilayne Tarra'it, of Co
lu-iba, came ut 'huvsd4y to attend the
ma 'age of his sister, Miss Bestie Tar
Mrs. Hattte A. Hunt, widow of the
late Col. 1saae F. Hunt, of Greenville
is i- the c'ty vis:ting her nephews, W.
11. a ,d 1. H. D uot.
S1, och o( store and house keys wee
)osu on t'ie bw-eets a few (lays ago. Tue
I. ;ev nl 'aPe rewarded by leaving them
at this o1ce.
M r. E. 1,. Glymph, of Newberry, was
in town this week. He spent a few days
with his brother, Mr. W. N. Glymph,
of Zemp's Pharinacy.-Cnion Times
f YohL want to see a "warm" window
GO .0o WLD. Julhson's. Its the wo, : of
Lavison I oler and Thos. Johnson.
They 1-now their business when it comes
to trat ing npressed brick.
TI'oemw,i, friends and patron's of
11 's. lT'ad'ean will find her in rooms
up-stairs, a'e..t door to Flynn's where
&.e can give them better satisfaction
Mr. S. Geo. White, the popular
tr~aveler' for a large paper fi -m was in
the cit,y yeste.-day. We uoderst,and
tbe'e are othe.' attractiouns tbs,n busi
ness alone which draws Mr. WhIte to
",he W. F. M. S. of New Chapel will
hold an all day meeting at New Chapel
on S.'oday, Nov. 25th. Rev. Bloyd to
p.'each In the mo,.ning at I1 o'clock,
and a talk from Mrs. E. S. Herbert in
t,be af t,er noon.
M-' G. F. Wearn is quite an expert
in taking measures for tailor-wade
sumits. During the past few month's,
in a large business In this line for the
Ewart, P'ifer Co , he has not ;had a
M--. J. S. lalock of:ers a rewa d of
$25 for t,be arrest and delive-'ing to him
at GoldvIlle of Alived Goodwin a negro
canvict w ho escaped from h is plantat,ion
at, that place, last night. See discrlp
tion and panculars in advertisment.
'rho first c'ty primary election w.Ill
be held today one week, and the pro
babilities now are that everything w~ii
be sett,led in the first pelimary, with
the exception of Ward 5, in wh'ch
them'e are four candidates for aldemen.
Cards have been received In New
berry antnouncing the marriage of Col.
John D. Frost and Miss Mary Irvine
Davis,.on the 28th lnst, at the second
Presbyterian church, Paris, Keuatucky.
Mr. Ri. b. Wright has moved Ioro h4q
handsomne new dwelling on college
street. It is one of the handsomest
btildings in the city. WV. T. Davis &
Co,, weee the cont ractors and with their~
force of expect workers they turn outs
good work. Its a beauty.
We extend thanks to the Board o'
DIreoctors of the South Carolina Inter
State and West Indian Exposition Corn.
pany for a invitation to attend the
ceremonies attending the laying of the
corner stone of the maIn Exposition
building on December 11t,b.
Mr. G. P. Perry was in t he city this
week with his bride, Miss,Cora Crouch,
daughter of Mr. Hardy Crouch, of Sa
luda. They were married at Sh!loh
church last Sunday at 3 80 p. m. They
spemt Monday with the groom's broth
er, Robt. C. Porry, and also visited his
sister. Mrs. C. J. '/obol at Helena. The
happy couple left, Tuesd ay for D)enmark,
whore Mr. Perry has been a salosman
for severa' years in a large mercantile
We'l~dnesdv evenntI ig att thIe~ reiece
of Mrl's. W. I-. 1ud, on loundtary
ltreet, thero Was a pletty Chrysan
tliuumn weddinig. Nl e. Fair Pifer 1a11
alld MJiss Bez3sio Tarrat. were nmrvied.
I Alle WilliIms6n of the 1I-reShVteIlanI
clurch, in absence of the brides pastor
olliCiating ul terilg the sweet, imipre-ssive
wOrds, that. nade the youn- couple
o!l. liti. were the velatvei Rad
ntilntiate friends pireselit tcstifying
their Interest and affiecton, by the
many veiemberances and licir pres
ence. Mr. Pife' Is one of ou' I'isilng
young merehant.s, meibe' of the Iir-Im
of Messrs l'watt, L'ifer & Co, and is conl
[nee(ed with one of the o'dest families
and nost respected citizens, Miss Tar
rant is a estimable young lady, at Eraud
daughter of the late Col. L !avell. 'or
many luonths past, M;ss Tarrl'vant has
been the steiographer for the Soutlhern
I. R. here, and won the r'esi et and
admiration of all. with whom 1he
came in contact. Lr. and Mr's. Fair
l'ifer, with theli' guests were eitei'
tainI late!' in the evening at the
hospitable home of Capt. A. P. Pifer'.
We wish out' young friends, Cod's
speed on thier journey, through life,
and iay their paths be strewn with
roses-iroses have tho'ns, yet lilb Is
far' richer for the thorns.
A LIfe and Ieath Fight.
Mr. W. A. Hines of Manchester, It.,
writ,ing of his almost miraculous eseape
from death, says: "'x posure aft.e' mnI
sles itnduced sevious lung trouble, which
ended in consumpt,ion. I had frequent
hemmorrhages and coughed night and
day. All my doctors said I must soon
die. Then I began to use Dr. King's new
Discovery for Consumption, which com
pletely cured me. I would not be withl
out it even if it cost $5.00 a bottle. flu n
dreds have used it on my recomtmenla
tion and all say it never fails to cure
thrort, cheat andlutn troubles."Ae-gu
lar sizo 50e. and $1.00. Trial botiles
free at aIr drug stores.
A Sino Aian it at Inpinno Asytum.
The editor of the Lewisville Enter
prise says he visited the Te'rell insane
asylum and was mistaken by a luiatic
as being a fellow svl'--rc just a--rivi-d
Becoming confidential the crazy [tmi
asked the other what had made him
crazy, and to humoe himiii the editor Ile
plied: '"Try&ng to make money out of
the newspaper business." "Itutb!" e.,
claimed the demented man, "you're not
crazy; you are just a d-d fool."- lruce
ville (Te.) Democrat.
Does it Poly to luy lica.
A cep - v-coiedy for Co0i" 's 'id . WOs
is t'. ri,H lit, but 3ou want some i,*11(
V ac x;ilt vel'ee ao( cole the mt) v,
seve e and 6Zigeroes re'4s of 1 11 ) 'l.
ano J .' ig .o.a>les. V 7%t st , a . you :'.'
Go io a wi' .rC ' and n'o C Ie:.ial- cl
na'c? Yes, - ' possible '0.- yoa, t.)ea ill
C;, -c Case lac,: the olv I e.rCdv t ,itL
j)as ' eCe inqo, oduc d in all eV*-'-.Ud
(o 'e ces wijI- soccess in severe t; oat,
avd I -ei b o" oles, "Dosehec's Ce' Iran
Sy. e%." Jt rot only heals and silim
W'rs le t--.soes to desoov tle ge1m
.sease. ;j. t a'lyis inlamnimatonl. carscs
easv e.roec;.o a0on, gives a :-ood ni:-hit's
rcet. a.-d cures tl,c paica.. Tey one
bott'e. Recoineded vany years by
all Okv .*2lmists in the wo. Id. Eor sale by
W. E. Pelbam.
'Ihe Week of Prayer
And Thbanksgivling will be observed
by the W. F. M. S., of the Methodhjt
Church next week, beginning Novem
ber '24, and will continue through the
week untIl Satur'day.
Meetings will be held at the parson
age at '4 o'clock p. m. The meeting
Monday will be conducted by Mt's. P.
C. Gilliard, TJext, Phil. 3:1-2.--14. Tues
day, by M iss Liz:de Salter, Text, Levi.
25:9--10. Wed'ucsday by Mrs. .Jno.
Chapman, TJo-,t, Prov. 15:5 Thurs
<1ay, by Mrs. E. S. Hjerbert, Text, Matt.
17:1-- 7. FrIday, by M rs. E. Cavenaug h.
Tr xt, Psaltms 117. The other ladles of
the society will assist In these exeri'eses.
The ladies of otber denotminations arc
most cordially invited to attend these
Little did we think ten days ago that
the death angel would come and take
f.-om us otur sister, I ena V. Spearmani,
buit the Lord knaew that her work here
on earth was finished and called her Up)
higher'. She I. -ly was a wife, mother,
sIster aad frend. Heri whole life was
to make other's happy. I never knew a
more self-denying Christian. In her
presence you could readily see the sun
light of God's love bca,ning out into
Christian graces. To know her was to
love her, and God knew he had In her
an heie of his kingdomn. She was 32
years of age, and few women are riper
Christians than she. In her death
there i's a lesson for us. May we live
so that when Jesus comes for' us we may
be ready. E. H1. L.
Silver Street, Nov. 20, 1900.
One evidence of bealth ful growing
condition of the Synod was evident
when an elder, lIon. Gee. S. Mower
presided at the con ference on Erakine
College He did so with grace anu~ hua
mility. It was noted by a large audience
that E'der Mower filed the chair. He
conducted the ettre conferoec grace
fully and wit h dIgnIty. Commtzunion ser
vics were held at 3 "'clock, P. M., Dr.
McClintock havingz charrge of the ex
ercisos.-A. Ri. P'resbyteriani-l-Ith.
A Vihago IBlcsmith , Naied h's Lis Son.'s
Mr. HI. H. 1Wack, the wecll kcnown vil
lage blacksmith at Grahamsviile, Sulli
van Co , N. Y , says: "Our little Pen,|
five yeai's old, has ad ways been! subject
to eroup and so bad have the attacks
been that we have feared many times
that he would die. We have had the
doctors atnd used many medici'es, but
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy vIs now
our sble reliance. It, seems to'di0solve
the tough mucus and by giving fre
quent domes when the eroupy syvmptoms
appear we have found that the dreahed
croup is cured before It gets settled."
,There Is no danger in giving thus rem
edy for it contains rn opium or other
injurious drug and may be given as
confidently to a babe as to an adult.
For sale byW. K Pelham
1)EATII t)F 1FI.1 I % III IA LTIIVACIt.
110 WaII It Promi,lent CItIzell of 11.exinigionl
Mr. lniahi I1IL0tinge', filn oldj and1(l
promintli.111 citi/.,u of 1,exingtonl counlty,
died this afternoon at his hom1'. inl tho
"Pork" wectionl of Lexingtoll. NI r.
H1altiwanger had been ill for lomitine,
andl(] his death was not lnexpected,
though occu,1rring at the Limlie it did it
was" somlewhat t4uddenl.
lie wis about 65 yearus ol and was
well known in Colutbia. 1B)side Iis
W*e hle leaves eight daughters and two
sois. Ito was all uncle of M\lr. Ilbert
-1. Aull, private secretary who arrived
ait his uncle's home after his death.
Mir. H1altiwanger was a large dealer
in lumber, but owigt. to ill health hiad
lately retired fron busiiniess.
The fuleral will he hold at 10 o'clock
Friday, at St, Antlewh,1' church, in
Lexingtoz).-The State, 22nd.
Al r. H1altiwatiger haIs 1t1111iy relati Ves
anti conntCOLion1s in this coItity and is
well knowni hee. Wie was aL good man1111.
Cu1Ies frOll Dt'. 1). B. (:t'gilV, of
WaAhiltl, 1. T1. I le w1 itt-: "Fouir blot
lies of Ilctri I litters has eured itis.
Brew(-r of seroftila, which had vansed
her great still'ring for yeais. Tcri tile
sores would break out oil her head and
face, and the bve.t doctors could givte no
help; but, her (,ure is complete and her
healt.h Is excelent." This shows w hat
thoustnds brhav proved--itt. Electric
Blitters is te t i-st blood puriller It iiown.
It's the sipro a retuedy for veczemn,
letter, salt rhemn, uleeis, boIls anild
running sores. IT stimutifates liver, kid
neys and bowels, expelg poisoi,, helps
digestion, u ilds up the st rength. Only
50 cents. S )ld by all druggists. 0 tunt -
We are aiil paying 2 e-4. pr potllf
for old rubber b,Ls atib shov4.
HI. S. Righttmire ait.Steam I,aunry .
On January I st I will
vacate store now occu
Pelham's China Hall.
In order to save
trouble of moving we
offer at closest prices
Q11a Waro, Lamps, &G.
Call on us and save
Fresh Turn)p Seed at Gilder's Corner
Drug Store. f&t tf.
A good Talcomu Po0wder for 6c. and
100. a box at Gilder% Coi ner D)rug
Store. f&t t
Subscribe for the De' Ineator through
tf S. J. WOOTEN.
F'or good Cigars and Tobacco go L o
Gilde"s Corner Drug Store. f&t tf
Frui t ja a and Rlubbers at lowest cash
prices at Gilder's Cornter Dr~ug St,ore. tf
Mason's Fa uit Ja's and Rubber's, low
est cash prices, at Gler's Corner D)rug
Thdst's Turnip Seed at Y'ider's Cor
ner ],-og Store-. f&t U,.
New lot of New England1 Watches
uist in. Coire in and see us.
t t,f Daniels & Co.
Good second Buggy for' sale by
tf S. J. wooTuN.
TJurnip Seed3(! Tutrnip Seed!! Fresh
nud the best at Gilder's Corner D)rug
Sto'e- f&t tf
FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
Toys, Vases, Lamps,
andi a fresh line of vegotablos, gro
.Pioii . Are .aov!r.
Call and be ecrnvinced that I can
save you money, i ofore purchasinig
Yours to please,
EDW. L. POLGREEN,
Newboerry, S. C.
Pearl ilandle Knives and forks, 'lTen
Spoons, Butter if ives, Orange Spoons,
Sugar Shells, Sugar Sift.ers, Cream L.
dhes, Ca'iYea Spoons. Gravy Ladles, Fish
Forks, Cold Meat t"orks, &c.
Out Was8s StI1l1I1 Siivor Trimihgs,
Creartn and Mtigar, Salt and P'opper,
Sugar Shuakers, &c.
~adriIp! P1ated Waro.
WaTiiter~s. Syrup~ F Ptchers, Cream
Pi'.echers, S,x)anf iloiders, Sugar Ishes,
Tea Potfs, Cake llaskets, Fruit, Stands
and .Baskcets, P'Ickle Stands, (cliry
Stands, Table Casters, Bread Tfrays &c.
Our line of genuIne Wave Cresat Ware
Silver trimmings Is the very hatestI out,
a.nd consists of C,-acrer JIar', Water
Bottiecs, Saagar D'sh es, C eaul I itchers,
8 )'onf h olders, Sver'l plPltleers, &c.
Knives, I'orks, Tea, TIabic and Des
sort Spoons, Gravy, Crs..-n aind Soup
Ladle,s. &c. We buiy old Goildl antd SI1.
ver. Hig~ lii or Cut C ass expected
every daIy. Kumn & C us.
Yours for trade,
DANwIEr & CO.r
by the Quart.
Every bottle you tuice of Johnton's
Sarsaparil: mtecans better hevkIth,
ait every bottlo contain a full
quart. It inaltes better bloo<i-purer
blood. For thirty years tlilq famious
remetly hias been croating untid man
taining goodl health.
builds up tho system, tones the
nerves, and strengthens tho inuseles
mnoro pronptly nid effectIully than
any other reinedy lknow Ii. Tho pallor of t1
cheek dsappears, elergy tales tho liace of
lantiguor, unud tho rIel0 color of health flow to
the cheeks. Unequalled for all disorders of the
stoinach niud liver, ani for alt weakening com
plaints of men, women and children.
Sold every,Ievre. Prico, $1.00 per full quart bille.
MC1i1IAN DRIU CO.. - Detroit, rtich.
W. N. o'lhiam, Newherry, f.C.
Q!nith i's 1)l'ti St0ore, New1Arry S.(
TnI Ne,ders Il 'haravy. Newberry S. (.
DI' C'.(orbhet.t.. I'ro-i>wvit,y, ".. (C.
I li I''ItY ANNON(:N MVSI.:1,'
as ait an(lidatw fror Mayor of New
h Itrl, 11( IPge myN'SUlf to alidC the
result, of th ei Dem ncrat,i primi .
IV to anounce 0. Klettler, the
>)tolr manl's Irivind, as a suitable canldi
ql for Mayo- of Newberry, S. C., in
1 A N , CITizI:Ns.
For Alderman- Ward 1.
1 A. CAIMI.SLE I,S I I , UNI IV
e nonmiated for Aldrimaiin from
Wat Id l, sub*jqect to tbe mnunlivial pri
1111rY election. Vtrl.;:ns
For A lderman- Ward 2.
T TilN I -PCITATION OF
nlf, fICiI(dS, I ilgain oler my
tite ascadidate for Alda.1m1n Iromi
Ward 2. E, ( 'A I 1A N ISS.
r iTw'i: I1' rN x)S t1" I ). :. ( .
-Jo 10. ill Ward 2 tak pleasi In
preiculugofl him ais it cII Itlo'' for Al
dfem1ia f.oIll litt, ILYrI. I.-Ili Illt-e
him to 1A(e the 1-esuilt, of to e. iy.
For Alderman Ward 3.
E 1 . E 'is -a 1 11 I I' Y A N
ima -tomi WVaill 3, anid is fih-dged to
abide tb re!it of t le p. iimi elee
the i :oe'II re(qtu1, of 1aily eit
z Iens 1 .olnc Ill y )sel I,s i v -
didate for al00erm:-an f om wo . 3.
FOR ALDERMAN--WARD 4.
J J. \LANGPOItI JS I I Nl:ZVl A N.
notilced Its It calididate 'or. Alder
man1,1 I'rom1 W aI d -1, and is ple(!;_-d to
Itide the result, of th DoncIa,ie )ri
JUNO.A. SI'NN 18 Ia V'IEis A N
!nounced as8 a cant diate for' Alder
matn from Ward 1, and1( is ple121ed1 t.o
aibide ilhe recsuIlt, o.f1 1h Dem1oc"Ia 'e pei
For Alderman-Ward 5.
bJy al.I need122( as% a ('at" ate for'
Alh'e man1.1 from Ward 5, and Is )1hailged
to abiAde t he I e'slit of tac1~ I imary elcc
to abhide the reostt of the~ Ipehnarty
ura3 to announce121 I:. J. I..-owun as a
candiidWato for' Ailde. mantf f'ro.n Wated 5.
Yosv t'SI-:''s ,)i- I WA :.
STATE' OF SOUTH CJA11OLINA,
CO)UNTY OF" NEWUlcV3 ('1ty
1IN PROH I ATE' CO)U ItT.
Satrah T1. 1 'rown in her1 own right, and1
as5 I'xeu'ti Ix of 1.he1 h31t, W'ill and1(
'rlTestment of TIihomias ('. lIrhown de
lIr~own f, MIat r at S. lIrhowni, Thomas .
I'utgenet G. lirown, Carol u- 1H. 18.own,
A noie c. I rown and1( the National Banik
of Ncwherry, S. C., D)efendatnti'.
fore theo Court~ JHouse at, New berry, lM.
C. on the :;rd daty of De2cembher 19)00; atll
that tratL or piece of liand lyingi anhd
beingll sit ute ini the Count,riy andl StaIte
atfori c nt 1Iing~lI (80) thr iee hun13
dIred and1 L hi rt,y acretS more1 01r less
blounded by homeustead 1lands of family
of Thiornats (. Bmrowni, deceased, 1finn
comboe tOioad, Charles S. Suber, lan id
lately owened by C. J. Puree101, .J. C. 8.
Birownt and10 Mrs Sallie I). l8rown.
Te'r ms of sa1o-One-third ca1sh1, the
balance payle.L in one0 and1 two years.
to be se?cured0 by3 t,he bond of the purt
chaserCi an'd at mor tg1I'e of the prteml)iseb
IPueber)Sl to pay13 for stamn pa and p):t>ers
November 9th 19100.
To Whotnx 1L May Concornl.
Picase L,akel10 no e t,bat 110 Jot siluI
tedo 1in tihe towni of Neiwoonl v, S. C.,
anld boun'ded by' lois of .1. MI. Jnes', J.
ite lsepan1Ilating It from lo, tf ?his. F'.
WY. I"anit, 11atd mLore0 p~ 0r'.. (' 1ly (de
set-ib'd by3 plat, the(lo1 maoIV by3 J1. 1".
(Glenn onill .1 an., 180~5, bel1o JO- to lro
anld mIy two c'hildrien. I am, icfoamiV d
'hallt ee('n2.11 p>ri'Ies have beeni try3'ng
t,o sell it as tir 121'OWn. I malIke t,h's
sLatemnent 80 tIhlt ino one0 wpl Ihuv V his
property w Iihout,11. du 01 noce oi my
rIghts and( ll3 my ch(idn 'ightIs.
C OJs'lll Pime':
f-6t At.'arbta, Ga.
lit: Fooleel tilt Hl1rgusv.
All doct.ora told ltIenlek HamIilton,
or WVeal Jellerson, 0., atfter suffeing 18
mUolthsi from Retati1l Fin,.('al, he wYould(
(110 unless2 aI cost1ly operal ion wuts per
forlmed; but he cured hlliself with live
bioxes of' icket's A ric a Salivie, thle
aulrest Pi cure on )1 (et't h, andit 11b0 best
S~alve in the world. 25 eents a box,
RoId by all d rntigga.
prem Pcises. 'uras,%r to pIy for pape-s
andlt Stampll). WN. 1). [LUM i ,iyy
Mia-ter's (0lice, Master.
Nov. 8t,, 1900.
I tvinia i Int,'ol et il, 'laintiffs,
MIa t-culii t I")Y41 I t al, De'pelidailts.
B Y ORDIZ oi' OPCOUI I W 1, ,
sell to the highest bidder, before
tle ('ott I ioue at. Nc w berry, S. C., on
sil 41y ill 1 -i -ember noext, fill that,
tract of lail tit itn thll Cointy of
tand Stte of South Car-olinaI,
".olluilln,g five hunildved and twvent3;
live Iteres, ImI ore or less, and bou titled by
atids of sttalt of B. Dncan,jMrs. Far.
nie Ilriggs, IZ. C. Carlisle and othert.
Will be sohl it) ole ort live t,acts.
Tetils of Sale-One-thitrd cash, bal
Ittee i) one Iand two years with interest
it-omt dity of sale, stctr-d boy bond of
Imrehiser anid ntii)tt4bago bf premIses
sold, with leve to purchaser to antiel
Imte payment.. Itrchatser to pay for
papers andi stlkaJips.
W.I) HlARlDY, Master.
Aliister's 0111ce, Nov. 9th, 1900.
.1leer.on ID. Singley, I'laittili, vq. Nota
C. Todd et al, Defeaidats.
I)tiSUAN'TTo AN OLDEt OP
- Court hereil, I will sell to tho
igheslt bidder, befor the Court, ion o
at Newberry, S. C., onl Staleday in DL
er1ihl., all that tract of land situate inl
the Conity ald State atforesaid, col.
tainitg s'veity-s' a es, more or less,
boIunded by lands of I,1uther Kilnara
Adildrew K inard, .Cstate of IW. 11. Domli
Ilick anld It. L2. h,ulher.
Tel-1m.is of Saile-One-half cash, bal
alnee onf at credit of ono year with Inter
est from dIaiy of sale, to be secured by
bond of purchaser and mortgage of
IWUllses sld. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papers.
W. I). IARUDY, Master.
alastel's Olice, Nov.. 9th, 1)00.
W. W. Hodge. as -'robato Juldge, &c.,
I'hntill, vs. .1. 1'. Watkins et al, De
B Y OlDEM O1'' COURIT IIlRI4',IN I
will sell to the highest bidder bc
fore the Coart Ilouse at, Newberv-y, S.C.,
on saleday ill Decemlber next, all thit,
tract of land sit1uate in the County of
Newberry and State of Sotih Carolinti,
conatiinig I inety ieres, Wore or les,
and botitded by lands fortmerly belon
ing to WI. Watkints, lands of Geo. 'I'.
IPeid aild estate of .lamCS Williams.
T!e-ts of Sale.-One-thitd cash, bal
anece int onle ulnd two years with interest
from day of sale. to bo secured by bond
of pirlthitser and 11orltgage of prenises
sold, with leave to porlchaser' to antici
pate paitllwi. IHaold at rilsk of foi
mer ptirelmser. l'orichaser to pay for
paRpes and sttms. 1'llrChtaser mtust
comply with terms of sale within one
hour or place wIll bo lesoild.
W. I). LA1IY, Master.
Mastor's Ollice, Nov. I*!, IV:)W.
Geo. S. MIower, L'laintilf, vs. Marion
AlClen t'onlitset al, Defendants.
B MY l,DI'Iz M1 COUAiT I WIlL
sell to the highest bidder before
the Court I IotIO at Newberey, 8. C., cn
salelay in IDoceibet next, all the right
title and itttetest of Maarion Allen
CoAts it the real estate of whIch his
lather, .1. b,. Cotts died, Heized and
possessed, consist ing of liifty-soven and
one-half actres, Io: or less, and bound
ed by lat1ls of A. 1'. Doniolck and
others. Aiso a tract of eighty-seven
attd one-half acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of D. II. Wheeler, it.
CoInelly and others,
And also a house and lot In tho town
of Pr-osplri(y, containing two acres,
more or' loss, and(] bounded by lot of W.
A. Moseley, and by lot of H1. C. Most
ley, all t,be above r'eal estate lyIng in
.hte Couty of Newberi'y, and Slate of
Tt rmts otf Sale--On)te-htalf cash, batl
ancee int onto year, wIth inttercst from
day of satle, tat be securted bly bondi of
liltrchaiser' and mtgtt'tage of pIromises
sold. I'urtchaser to lIay for papersa antd
stamn ps. WV. D). I A Hl)DY, Mlast,er.
Master's Ollice Nov. I10, 19)00.
STIATICl' 01"81' SolTI I CARO0LINA
C()L l'T (O) N I'CWBIC ltY--1N
Ity W. WV. Ilges, l'stj., P'robate.Judge.
William 13. I.'eightley, Adme,. of ICst. of
Al!crted ithli I dgly, dee'd, Plainttiff,
I.). I leighiley, 31lary' 10. Autghtry, Ar
gelino luminidek, SaIllin Il iger, Rhc
da luomt in ick, A tigustuts I telghlIey, (Iat -
ale IteighleIy, 31iinnite Iteigh ey, Li!
lIe Ileighley, .dull itlIleIgh Icy, Olive
I leighaley an tllencary I). Wheeler,
IHY 0I1.01" TiH C C2OIJRT
heina I will sell at, public outca'y bc.
fore the (Coort I louso at, Newberi'y, on
thte :d (liy (If Deemaber, I1900, atll that
tract, or pa.rcel of lantd lylitg and boing
si tate in t,he Coot,ty and Stato afore
said, conttaaiing one huend red atnd twen
t.y- iIve (1%) iacres, miorei or' less, and
t,ountded by lanads of D)an D)omiuick,
ivy ZA. A bramns, Thbos. V. Wicker at:d
Tlermts of sale--One third cash, tI 0
bahaince ont a credlit (If two years, palyut
blo in equ al anatnual I nstalmnents, wIih
t,cerest front daiy of sale, secured by
the bond of Ih Itplorchasesr and mortgage
of1 the premises, wIth leave to the pur
chtase-r to pay the whole or' any part of
I he credit, por't,in. TIhe purtchaser to
paty fot' paplers and stamtpe.
WV. W. IIODGES,
Novembher 0t,h, 1900. ..P .C
-Fashnlionaiblo Fall and Winter
A Si'ECI, D,S"vLAY. 'ro iE SERN AT
''THE 111sen MILL NERlY,
Whet e hais jList, bectn tceived fr'om t.1o
Noit hern markt'ets a fell and 'varic d
stock of all the ;atest caeati.ons in FAI L
andit WtN'arta MiIt;no -y. Assortment
larger Itta ever be ?ose. Ta iam nod, ur -
b:Nmmed an~d ed v-to-wear Ilats, err
b.'a-ng st,yles suttaile for all ages atrd
st.a; 'ons Int I o-beauity, corio.t, 1 C
conngnss ndeconomy ihem a.
D)on't fo.'?et that at the RISER Nil.
linuety you get new aoods at, old pric er,
Land and Security Co.
WILL H UY AND SECLL
Notes, Bonds and
Stocks of all kinds and
0. BI. MAYER, President.
JNO. M. KINARD, See, and Trea.
STATI', OF1 SOUT Al)iI ANA,
COUNTY OP1' NIW-j\ lI,AM'Y - IN
Ih1t. A. 'I'aylo.', I'laintiff, vs. John
A. Sease et al, Ilcfcl(ants.
10U17 SIA NT TOO(ZD , It ()PU OU ItT
he t-ill, I will sell to the higlhest,
hidder tiefore tin- ('ourt Ilise at New
bVii Vy, S. ('., on sald ay i I ) -0. i1 - ,
all that tract of land containling 'Two
llundi-id aind Twenlty-onle and -46 1100
acre1*, uOrVo less, lying' in) the County
of Newberry and State aforesaid, about
Iline miles nlolut.h-last of tht ;town of
Newberry, and bounded by lands o' J.
I. Kceitt., T1.,WV. Kveitt., thle l3tincomble
roadi antd the lilndersonl's Fel.ry) 1oad.
Terris of Sale.-OAie-half cash, and
ti( batitice on a creditof one year with
intel est from (laly of salu, to be secured
by holnI of pui eI1isvir anld mllorl ng' of
pl-emliseq, so.d with Icave ol pkirelhat4cr
to anllt ici pate pa luent. 'i cliaser, to
pay for papersali' stamilps.
W. 1). HIAMMDY Master.
Mast er's Ollice, Nov. 8 I9'a.
Dhavid .\. Itl'liniintily, vs. 1N. M. Gard
ner vt I, i)-fendants.
1Y )ON'01 ONIPU'' COC'lZ 1' 11 lF1"IN,
3 1 will si ll to the ii!Iest bidder,
before the ('ourt, Ilioue atit Newberry,
S C., on sa'cklay, I )nccc1le v1ex 1,
llt that lot,f m land in thii-Coiiy of New
hvrry, illd 'S'Itv of South Car(olia, co(nO
taining F'iVo .\crvs, mlor. <o- less, anid
bo0Unded11 by hlndS of J. ( 'Ai Neali, . .
('rotwull, by .loh!lstoll strevt and by it
r-od(I leading f-oni tihe (' l 1111111i o d
to .1ohistone St. et".
'],e llln; u f S.le -( )c-ha'f vash, bal
altev p:t'yablo inl onc year. with int(evest
(if cht,tiL portion from day of sale, to be
Secured by bod of Ilil chaser aind mort
gage of preillises, wIIh Ieave to puri
ebaiSer' to ant1G';aMi p)Aymlent. I'u r
laser to pay fo' pMe. ItId StIalmp8.
The dwellinlg oil said land to )v iIsIred
fot two-thiirds its valtle and polcy ats
A'uiled to Masker. I 'if cIhel Ivwr III Coil
1)1y with t(1e1mS oh Sl' Wit.ihl1 Olle hour
or- place will be resold.
W. 1). I1 \I'l)Yl , Mast,er.
M\u st er's Oilice, Nov. 8, 119(14.
W. 1). Ilardy, Alatster., 11'1kintillf,
.1. W. h. Athill et it', Defonda its.
P Y ORI)R t (C L'T lCoUlUT N I
B will sell to tie highest, b1die be
for the Court 1lolose ILL Newbwrry, S.
C., on saludi*v ill lhcember nexut, ill
Iiti t t,l'a t Of )fll(! Sl llttk! in the COIIIt3'
anud Stme Itfo esald, on SahIIt I iver,
COntaining thIcOU hun1t'r11d and thir-ty
Il ti c les, IIorle ot IeS., it, )eitg 'Int!I.
No. 2'. of t be lands J ormetly belonging
to .1. N. I.i,sco )o, am, l lilth s:nil t,ract
of h-and cooveved to M1. A. l'ipscomlb by
Silas Johnsto.10, Mlaster, by deet dated
Deceiber 71). ISSO.
Teis of cale.-O.ie-hal cash, hal
anle (In at ediii or ono year w:i,h inte(
est, fr-oii dly of sa', to be sevored b *
bond of ptileiser and m -t'oa 1;
pI em')ses sold. PImUlhser tIo pay for,
papers anid st,amlps.
Purchasel uist, comply with1 t- mis or
satle within one hour or- plaeo will be
lesold at his riisk.
*W. 1). IHA IN) Y, Mlaster.
Mlaster's Office, Nov. 1", 1900.
.1011stonle & \\'elchi, I'lainti;s,
I"111111 PIllT, Dlefenidatt,.
3Y 0 1: 1NAt( ()tW CO)(JURT I I EA E' TN,
I wilt _;(M to the I)hrhiest bild
(ei, befo e tile Cokni, loiEe at, New
but-ry, S. C., onl satle day13 Decemlber.
l1ext, all .htt lot of Ild IyigI, inl tile
Ltlown or I ospe it,y, Cjont and Stale
aflorcs.d, conIItninin1g ha11tlf ner, mlorel
or' less, 1(2)d b)ounIded by3 lands(1 and11 lots
Aloselev'I, all1 sides excet. by3 the 11an1 Is
af tnhe C., N. & I,. liaalway CJo., consli
titing the Itilway2's "Y','' as2 it, i'
,ti'reet to Cl in sisee and)3 iIometC,ime1s
trest on) crediit pIortioni fr'omI day23 of
5(ld wit,hi leave to 11 purchaseri Lto ant,ilC
iiiastet 's Ollice, Nov. 8th l11100.
'Pie Newberriy Savings llank, Pla11itl',
uNelli 1cI0. Cool.s 1and( Cathiainie Coats,
B Y 0)I l'i01" r COlT U''1 ICI .E IN,
I. 1will sell Lto Lilt' hi hest bi dder,
be'o e the Colirt i onst' aL, New berriy,
S. C., on1 saLeda;Iy, D ece.be nIlC lext,
1(11Li tht, I IL of Ind1 lyVinig in tbe towna of
Ii1)teLen, ini iC CJoirn,y (of Newberr iy,
ano State o; South Car'olina, cont,atlninlg
TIi re(e-.'our iths oft an21 ame, m)oret or less,
esta,,Le( of WA. 11. P'a,,.,, Hi. C. Sunfnnit'rs
andil by lot, of Sout,iern iItallwaIy Comn
panry. Aliso all1 the ight , LI the anId In
ter'est of whaitsoevter kind oIf the sa2:Id
v(ided third int lterest eacht', In) all1 that
I iiact, of 11and( of whlich tihe late IDi aLyton
N. CoaLs di ed, sced~t and13 plossessed1, sh-.
untLo in thle CouIn'ty' and) Mltae'o e2 said,11(
a.-esP, more1( or1 less, andi 11113 h ende by
lands1 oft Wmil. I 1o!ford, TI. V. WVicker',
I). T1. Dom111nIck, Jos. Alico Gogganls,
Geo. Coleman and1( estto of .Jacob
Termsn (If saie-On-hai1lf tcaish, bal1.1
an211 in 1 one ye'ar, wiVth in te' t t froml
'1ay of sait, toi hci sec t''ded by blond of
pur icha ise'r and111)(1 mrgaige of premlIise's
50old, with leIve Lt) purichaserCi to) antict
I l't'rhIse Sto Lay for2 atI a-l 11110 and papers5.
WV. 1). HfAUDY, Mater'l.
Maister"'s Oflice, November Sth, 1900.
lHcbecca lrowun, P laintI T, vsI. Pr1octor
T ) OUl'DIR Ol'' ('OtlilT I WvitAL
. 3 sell t,i the( 1highest bidde0k, beCfore
Llihe Cou rt IHouse itt Newoey, S. C.,
onl sa1tleda ini Dcember,31 iiort, al that
lot. oZ land0( 'itdiate' ini t,bt T1ow n of New
be0r ry, Co1inty 11nd( Statte r' 'rsaid, con
Laini-ig .' n(ces,1 mo"o 01' 1! ,s, and
bodehd hvy the Soot,berii U.1 i'way3s
1land(. by Qat2in it ast, bI~y )anlds bo
honging to4the Newherriv Cotton Mills,
andsc3 .atd1 5t1(ilLl nIi llt des'5tlbod bie
ho w by C, osson st.'eet.
Als~o all thaIt odhr lot of hand situato
in the town of NeI7he. ry, (ounty and
Stato al'o,esaid, 'onita'nling Ninety onc
hunIla dith of 1an1 amle, mnore or lose,
and11 fact'g 0n HaIi ingtonl sti cot, and
hounded oy hots of .Joh n D)anil, G. 0.
WVillia.pq and by lot of L. WV. 0. Ela..
lock 01' A lex Satter'whi;te, and sepatrated
fromn the hot abhove described by CIrosson
Tleimis of Saie-On-haldf ca'h, bal
ance on a c. edit of 0n0 year' with inter
est from day of sale, to h)0 secured by
bond of nu'chTasm- and moiLgagn af