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Knights of Pythias,
Newberry Lodge No. 75.
S TA T E D CON VENTIONH OF
this Lodge will bo held the 2nd
and 4th Tuesday nights of each 1nonth
at 7.30. Visiting Knights cordially
Welcomed. II )S. H. ElPtING,
K. of R. and S.
Crotwell Hotel Biuildiii.
NEWBEIYC oWON MAltKrT.
(Corrected tLico ia wovk by J. W. Gary & Co;)
November 27th, 1900.
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Death of an1 Infant.
The infant child of Mr. and MA's. W.
T. Harrell died at the residence of Mr.
0. Wells on Sunday night. The little
one was about two mont hs old. The
romainu were burled on Monday after
non at 4 o'clock at Rosemont comctery.
Now in the lime when croup and
lung troubles prove rapidly fatal. The
only harmless remedy that produces
Immediate results Is One Minute Cough
Cure It Is vee'y pleasant to take and
can be relied upon to quickly cure
coughs, colds and all lung diseases. It
will prevent consumption. Gilder's
Corner Drug Store.
Now is the time the ladies can buy a
nice dress at their own prices at Flynn's
Stops thle Congh and Works off the Cold
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets cure
a cold in one day. No cure, no pay.
Price 25 cents.
Clark's 200-yd. Spool Cottou, 2 spools
for 5c., at S. J. Wooten's. tf.
Fifty girls, ages from twelve years
and upward. to work in The Newherry
Knitting Mill. Applications will be
received from this dale , to January 1st
1901. Work light and easy to lenrn.
To those not having homes in the
city, or its suburbs, houses will be pro
vided. Apply In person to President,
of The Newberry Knitting Mill, Now
berry, S. C.'
You Know What You Are Taking
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
Tonic because the fomular is plainly
printed on every bot tle showing that it
is simply Iron and quinine in a taste
less form. No Cure, No Pay. 50..
Please remember that we do not ex
change patterns. S. J. Wooten. tf.
Thursday will be thanksgi-ving day
and there will be a general suspension
of busineFs throughout the city. Many
of our young nen will spend the day
hunting, while others will find other
short in which to pass off the time.
The Union thanksgiving services will
-be held in the Lutheran church at 11
o'clock a. m.
DaWitt,'s Littler Early Risers are
dainty little pills, but they never fall
to cleanse the liver, remove obstructions
and invigorate the system. Gilder Cor
ner Drug SLore.
When we were buying some dres
goods at Flynn's yesterday we were
surprised we haid no ideai he ha~d isuch
nice black and color'ed D "ess iroods iks
Velvets and Latces we s.-w come oft his
bills he is stlaughtaring prices sure
enough get there becfore all the choice
p'umns disapear' ,ake your' pick you
will never regret I, but .1 ou w' il alwa. s
regret it, if you (10 not get 1 here in thr.e
somebody else will get your pick.
liegiater for the Tlown Eiect ion.
Some voters seem to think that they
will be allowed to vote in the election
on Friday fcr mayor' and aldermen on
an old registiration cert ificate. Such is
not the case. A new certificate will be
required, and if you haven't one you
had better call on the city clerk and
get It. G3t in shape to vote.
When the stomach is tired out It
must have a rest, but we can't, live
without food. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
"digests what you eat" so that you cain
eat all the good food you want while It
Is restoring the dijestive organs to
health. It is the only pre paration that
digeats all kindh of food. 'Gilder's Cor -
ner Drug Store.
Tihe hest P'rescripion for Malaria
.Chills and Fever is a bottle of Grove's
'Tasteless Chill T1onic. It is simply iron
:and quinine in a tasteless form. No
.nure, no pay. Price 503.
Is selling painted Flower Pots and
Saucers at 8o., 15o., 20c. and 25c Jar
dinleres for 25c, Also artificial plants.
-T he Census Figures.
2The population of Newberry County
by the censLos of 100X is 30,183.
.f 1800 It w as 26,446; in 1880, 26,407.
An increase from 180 to 1900) of 8,786.
F'rom- 1880 to 1890 there was a de.
crease of 51.
Oain per cent, f.rom 1800 to 1000, 1420.
Last per cent, from 1880 to 1800, 0010.
A. E. P. BEDENBAUGHI.
A Thousand Tongues
Could not express the raptunre of An
nie E. Springer, of 1125 Howard at.,
PhIladelphia, Pa., when nhue foutid that
Dr. King's New Discovery for Con
snuption had completely cured her of
a hacking cough that for many years
had made life a burden. All other
remedies and doctors could give her no
A.el p, but abe says of this Royal Cure
t soon removed t be pain In my
.olhst and I ian now sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the Universe." So
will overy one who tries Dr. King's
~New Diseovery for any trouble of the
'Throat Ohest, or Lunge. Price 60o. and
$1 00. TrIal bottles free at all Drug
*toros; every bottle guaranteed.
'This sign toe jen every bog of the genuine
iho remedy that ures a 9.3d R0 9P? 4a7
VAlIOUS AND ALL ABOUr,
See notice of lost certilleates of stock.
Thursday will be Thanksgiving day.
Mr. W. II. WVerts is vitting this
week at Silver Street.
Have you registered? If you do not
you cannot vote Friday.
"Too rich to marry" at the opera
house tomorrow night.
We had a considerable rain and
wind storm Sunday night.
A charming young la,ly, Miss L,ula
Hiaddon of Due-West is visiting her
cousin Mrs. I. T. Caldwell.
The Methodist pastors are otT this
week for Conference. 'I he Conference
meets 1his year at Chester. Rev. J. W.
Speaks left yesterday and the others
M\ r. W. 11. lHunter, has accepted a
position with Win. P. louseal and will
manipulate the alphabet on the Luth
The indications now are that the
largest vote in the history of the city
will be polled on Friday. Nearly 500
voters are already registered and
there are many yet to come.
Mr. W. W. Williamson, of Union is
in the city visiting his brother-in-law
Mr. J. Guy Daniels.
Rev. Wilbur 11. R0ser who has been
in the city visiting with his family at
Mr. T. J. Hayes the past few daye, left
yesterday for Orangeburg.
On S-Aturday night last Mr. Hayne
Chalmers of the Jalapa section had the
misfortune to lose a tenent house by
Mr. A C. Welch had a fine mule to
fall in his yard while running and
playing with his other mules on Sun
day and break its .neck. ie paid we
understand last fall for the mule $150.
Persons from the county should re
member that on Thursday there will
be a general suspension of business in
the city. So it will be a bad day to
come to town to transact business.
The f1rst primary (lection for mayor
and aldermen will be hold. on Friday
and the registration is heavier that
it bas ever been at a former elec
Newberry college will take holiday
on Thursday and Friday and many of
the student will tapend thanksgiving
Miss. Florence B. Manheim, who has
been visiting the family of Mr. Jos.
Mann for the past few weeks, left yes
terday for Ashville, N. C.
Don't fal1 to go to the book store and
look at the beautiful Christmas goods.
The children can see "old Santa" in
the window atMayes' Book Store. lie
will be on hand and make his usual
visit this year.
Tennessee hogs have arrived-and
the weather is suitable for killing.
The polls will open at the opera house
on Friday at 8 a. m. and close at 4. p. m.
The city clerk and Treasurer will have
his oflice closed on Thursday, so if you
want to register for the town election
attend to it today or tomorrow.
D)on't use any of the counterf'pits of
DeWii t's Wi toh H azel Satve. M ost, of
them are worthless or liable to .eause
injury. The original D)eWitt's Wit,ch
Hazel Salve is a certain cure for Pile3,
eczema, cuts, sc>lds, burnis, sores 'n-I
skin diseases. Gilder's Corner Drug
Mr. W. A. Fulmner, who for the past
year has been with Mr. W. P. Houseatl,
on the Lutheran Visitor has taken
charge of the mechanical end of the
business in The Herald and News oflce.
Mr. Fuimor is a good printer-as a job
printer hie equal is hard to find-and
this office is the better,equipped to turn
out job work. Give us your business.
Yes, A ugust Flower still has the larg
est palo of any medicine in the civilized
world. Your mothers and grandmoth
ers never thought of using anything
else for indigest,ion or Ibillousness. Doc
tors were scarce, and they seldom heard
of appendicit,is, nervous prostration or
heart failure, etc. They used August
Flower t.o clean the system and stop fer
mentation of undigested food, regulate
tbe action of the liver, stimulate the
nervous and organic action of the sys
tern, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only nedd a few
doses of Green's August Flower, in 11
quid form, to make you satisfied there
is nothing serious the matt,er with you:.
For sale by W. E. Pelham.
Union 'Ihaunkugiving service.
The union thanksgiving service will
beoon next Thursday morning at 11
o'clock in the Lutheran Church of the
Redeemer. The services will consist of
talks by th'e different pastors of the city
and the offerings will go to the orphan
ages of the different, ch urches A ny of
ferIngs directed to,go to any orphanage
will be sent as directed, but the money
collected without directions accompay
ing it will be equally divideid between
the orphanages of the different
Mobbed the Grave
A startling incident, of which Mr.
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, Is narrated by hIm as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was almost yel low,eyes sunken,
tonge coated, pain continually in
back and sides, rno appetite-gradually
growing weaker day by day. Three
physicians had given me up. Fortu
nately, a friend advised trying Elee.
trio Bitters; and to riy great joy and
surprise, the first bottle made a decIded
improvement. I continued their use
for three weeks, and am now a well
man. I know they saved my life, and
robbed the grava of another victim."
No one should fail to try them. Only
50 e., guaranteed at all D) ug Stores,
To unro a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the mioney if it
falls to cure. Ei. W. Grove's signature
ia nn anh bax. 9En.
At tle Opura Itol WlednIIjesdiay Night.
The plot, of "Too 1leh To Marry"
shows a rich young man who cannot
marry the choice of his heart because
he is tot iloli, and ia poor young Manl
who cannot marry the girl he loves
hecause ho is too poor, and the ingen
ious and highly amusing ways Inl
whlch they remove all barriers, in
euding the opposition of an emphatic
mother and the weath of an irate fath r
in-low, keep the imain interest during
the tbe three ets of the play. A coun
terp!ot runs throu:-h the comedy, al
ways provoking hearty laughter aid
Miy piersons have had lm expe
rience o Mv u'evr Slitman, of North
Stratford, N. It , who says, "W1or years
I SulTor'd tolttirtr from chro'lic inidijs
tion, btt Kodol Dysp-psia Cure Imlade a
well manl ot m." It dilgests what you
eat and is a certaii cure for ldyspepsia
alnd every forn of stolimaeh I roible. It
gives relief at, once even in the worst
caies, and oun't help but (10 00 good.
Gilder's Corner Dewg Store.
There will be no p-caching In the
Central Methodist church next Sunday
as its pastor. Rev. W. 1. llerbert, is
attending the annual conferenco at
Chester this week though prayerwect
Ing next Wednesday evening and Sun
day-school next Sunday will he heloli it.
the usual hours. Pastor lierhert, is
expected to return the first of next
U'diltt4' Awfut I'llcht,
F M. Higgings, EAditor Seneca, ( Hs
News, was aillicted for years with Piles
that no doctor or remedy helped until
he tried 3tcklen's Arnica Salve. lie
writes two boxes wholly cured him.
It's lho surest 'lIle mire (nl earth aind
the best salvo in the world Ci re
guaranteed. Only 25 cent. Sold by
Lieutenant C dontel llEnost A. Garlin
ton, of the United States Adjutant and
Inspector General's office, hvitng ar
rived in this comitry from a recent trip
to Europe, is in Newberry on a visit to
relatives. lie will leave here on Fri
day for Manilla.
.o100 iowar4i s100.
The readers of this paper will be jle.sed to
learn that, there is at least. one dreaded is.
ease that science ha1s ben e ble to enre li ail
Its stages, ind that Is C1auarrh. 1i1al's 0n1rLI-Il
Curi I- thie only posit ive Cure know In to lie
medical fraternity. Calarrh beting a en sil
tutional dismase, reCqluire- cons liionl
treatment. Ifall's Caitarrh Cure is Iiivei lin
ternally, acthig dircelly ipon the bolofu and
iilcolsi surfaces of ihe syst.m, y te
Stroy ling te fIuna(111ttllm of thei' di-va e. 11u141
giving the patIent tre11gih by )ullhilting u11p ihe
con- titlution nIid assisting 1 nature In notll ( its
work The propirletors have so in uhet fitli in
Its Curative )Owe,rs, that they offer One niiiii
dred Dolhitrs for niN ease tent. it fills Io ei -.
Scid for jist of testiminonals. Addreiss
F. J. CI1EN EY & CO., Toledo, 0
Sold by druggists, price 76c.
Hll's Family l'ils are the best.
LOST OR MISLAID
C RHtT1IIATE No. 6883, for' live (5)
Shares - f Stock in the Tnite.d
Ihtnk,n: and liailding Company, (now
United Banking and Trust Compan.y),
standing In the name of M. A. Carlisle,
on the books of said Ccmpany. Appli
cation has been made for duplicato of
salme. M. A. CARLISLE.
of our success In Shoe selling lies in the
fact that, we p)lease our patrons. Our
Men's Shoes are of the finest and best
Leather, thoroughly tanned and sea
soned. T'he Soles are so tough that
they will outwear two ordInary pairs.
The uppers, whIle soft and pliable, will
last as long as the soles.
The "Rostonian" Is a wonder in that
it combines styles durabilit,y for so lit
tle money. You may pay $5.0-but,
they will not be any better than the
"BostonIan." Try themu once and be
We have an Immense stock of
Ladies' Misses' and
that are a way upl in quality but quit,e
low in price.
Try us on shoes
"Amongst Our Tools
None are below the standard, which
will compare favorably with that of
goods sold at equal prices by any
other house in the trado. Soft metal
tools are useless at any price. Our
tools are on a par with all other ar..
ticles in our
you want the best goods at small
prices call on the
Newberry, S. 0.
AQd ve It Sp ndi
Now is the Time and J
The honest values which hav
have always founld quick buyers
gr,aat satisfactory selling of our b
money. Don't p.ay more for wh
we can save money for you, beca
goods which are well bought by u
GREAT OLOTHING AND SHOE S
GREAT SELLING IN HATS.
We intend to make our store the Leader for
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 g
Our $10.00 line of suits going rap
and worth $12.50. We have t
Cheviots. High grade suits in sp
wear well, in all colors from $12
shown such values. Our big line
any thing we have ever shown
things in selling clothing for child
Children's cheap suits 50 cts.,
$1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. Some i
and $4.00 that would be cheap a
Every thing in good Shoes you wvant. We have an easy *jh
in selling thoem, and to got more at the same low price, for our
Women's Shoes 78 ets., bettor than grades US8 ets. to $1.00.
A big lot of'Women's kid, button andl lace, Shoes wvor'th $ 1.25,
to be sold at $1.00.
Ask for the Harrisburg black bottom Shoe at S:50--the best
goods over sold for the price.
500O pairs men's highout brogans $1.00 These are worth $l.25.
Men's lae or congress Shoes, $1.00, $1.25, $l.Sf). G reat. values.
A full line of Zeigler Bro?. line Shoes for ladlies and Lilly
Brackett for men. Thoe best goods that money can buy.
Call for the Metsenger Shoes for boys, the bjest on t he market.
All must go for the price woe put on them makes them movo oil.I
The right kind of foot wear at the right place does the business.
Jamieson 's is the PlaCe to Buy Footwear.
YOURs TO SATISFY AN
Fre ,Tuni Sedat (ildce's Corner A A
Drug Stor~e. f&t tf. r OIAS
A good T1alcum Powder for~ 5c. andTo, as,Lm ,
100. a box at Gilder's Corner D-rug Cade, asi,
Store. f&t tf CurtsCion
I"or good Cigars and Tobacco go t oNt,Puns
Gider's Corner Drug Store. f&t tfApesOVLg ,
F'ru it Jars and Rtubbors at lowest cashBnaa, oonts
prices at Gilder's Corner Drug Store. t.fadafehln o eeals r
Mason's F"ruit Jars and Rubbers, low-coe,t.
est cash p)rices, at Gilder's Corner D)rug
Store. t&fts a~T
Buist's Tiurnip Seed at Gilder's Cr- Calri be Ovicdha Ica
ner D)rug Store. f&t t,f. 'f ii(y,IfrO p cain
New l otNw ICngland 'Natches
us in. ome in and 1)cso &Fehewee o us.150
Tunp Sed Corner rugeDWsh.PIGE
Antst watefoth Gifder' Cofre-u
ker P.~VaskngtoToywri,eVabshim-L mS ,
mmikng vcx $1( re moth; est bok Cfrydor nt Ciro, r.we e
to sll o clord iCOll verpubis d er ami fres b.lion vgtbls r
Writefor trms, r sen 21 cnts orLier e wadtc.idro ayo
outit, ad bgin t. nce.I'eaCemen gi n d be comton vnced thatl lea
&S e t anta,fGa. off NJwborry, n S. C '.
Agets antd fr te "ifeof-roo
1ig It Right
At The R ght Piece!
aniesoi's 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
,use we give youthe profits on the
,LING IN GENTS' FURNISHINGS.
.LLING IN STAPLE DRY GOODS.
big events every day from now on and will
:n all that they buy.
STOCK OF CLOTHING.
I suits at $4.98 and splendid suits
greatest 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'ssuits beats
and we have done some great
ren and youth.
75 Cts., an d $1.00. Bette r on esat
;pecial bargains at $3.00, $3.50
Lt a dollar rnore on the suit.
e of Newberry.
I VJElYTl'IING IN GENTVS' FUIlNISIl1NG GOODS.
Thei !atost style ini ht f allii gradosC are hero in splend id variety.
Good prints8 going ati 3I etH. Laftest novelty prints going at
> etH. JBest -1 -1 shioot ing going at 5.' cto. Good wool joans go.
. ing at 1 5, 1 7.' and 2() ets. He[aviest w~ooI jeains going at 25
Evryod going to .Jamieson'H to got the great vluesI inl
Como in and 11o1 o usO . WVo are alw ~ays ready to mneke no(w ac
car oft1i1ooto urcso or3no'ytig te buy at
ourbi Clthng She ndDryGodsEmporium.
D PLEASE TH E PUBLIC,
AT THE OLD CORNER.
NOTICE I -Fashioiable Fall artid winter
lly A('IoHI'ry ANt) wrrln MILLINERY.
conenti I of the H!ate IBoard, we will Jo- ..-.
on h XL <v of I )eeehrr, Itifl. We A SPECIAL J)I81PIAY To liE SEEN AT
will also recei vO appli catIions for D)Is- THlE J IsEn MILLiNERY,
puronabove dlate. A jplications Where has just, been receiveud from the
erIiL C i tCordIn: to law wVith atny N rherni rnarkets a lull and varied
theCoun- stock, of all the latest creations In FA LL
. (( NhI N Y hi an, and WINTran Millinery. Assort,ment