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Corrected every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
M oat... -........... --- ........... 79 8u.
Shoulders ......................... 7c.
H am s................................. 12@ 13c.
Best Lard ............... ........... O( l0c.
Best Molasses, new crop...... 60c
Good Molasses..................... 25((.50(.
Corn ................................... 05!
M eal ......... . . ......... ....,.. . 05o
Hay............. ... ........... 90C.
W heat Bran........................ 81..5
lat Patent Flour-................ 4 75
2nd Best Flour.................... $4.25.
Strait Flour........................ $4.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$3.Oq3 75.
Sugar ................. --... ......... (f* o .
R ice.................................... 5 8ic.
Coffee ................................I 5c.
Cottot, heed meal, per sack... .25.
Loose Hulls, per cwt.............. 30c.
Bntter, per 1b .................... 15@ 20c.
Eggs, per dozen ................. 22c.
Chickens, each.................... 15@25c.
Peas, por bushel....... .......... 75c.
Corn, per bushel.. .............. 60c.
Oats, per bushel.................. 35(q40c.
Sweet potatoes ...................6 75c.
Turkeys, por 1b ................. 8c.
Fodder, per cwt ................. ' 90C.
NEWRERRY U0rINION MaiKET.
(Corrected twice a week by J. W. Uary & Co;)
January 22, 1901.
Best...... ........................ Ole
Teh phono 8ubcribers
Please add to your 1b-I:
McWhirtcr, C C, siore, No 3.
Spearman, 10. G., r. sidence, No 69
Aull, L B., residence, No 107.
Rhoden, David, residence, No. 131.
2t L W FLOYD.
8sn.i Pox Nituatio4n11
The small pox patients have all been
renoved to the pest houe out near
Pool's brick Sard and the strickea-t
quarantine established. There is no
danger in the Spread of the disease, but
as a precautionary measure the Board
of Health has instructed all doctors 10
vaccinate free of charge all applicants,
and while it is not compulsory they ad.
vise all to be vaccinated.
The most soothing, healing and an
tiseptic application ever devised is Do
Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. It relievet
at once and cures piles, Fores, e!Zema
and skin diseases, Beware of imitationa.
Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
Lumber, Shingles, Doors and Sash
at lowest prices, by C t 'anoion. t, ly
Death of Mr. W. It. vap.re.
Yesterday information was received
in the city of the death at Prosperity
on Thursday of Mr Wim. R. Capers
Mr. Capers was a native Columbian and
lived there until a few years ago, when
he moved to Prosperity. Mr. Capers
was widely known and popular here.
The body will be brought here and the
interment will be at Elmwood cemetery
this afternoon at 4 o clock -The State,
Mr. Capers was at one time editor of
The Voice of the People at this place.
He made many friends during his so.
journ among us, who will be saddened
by tbe news of his d. a1h.
Many pnrions have had the expe
rones of.Mr Peter Sherman, of Nor
Stratford, N. 11 , who' says, "For years
I suffered torture from chronic indijes
tioni, but Kodol Dyspepsia Cure made a
well man 0t me " It digests what you
eat and is a certain cure for dyspepsia
and every form of stomach troutble. It
gives relief at once even in the worst
eases, and can't help but do you good.
Gilder's Corner Drug Store.
In Hon,or Mr. and Mrs Edwin Mcintosh.
Dr. and Mrs. Jae. McIntosh enter
tainled at dinner yesterday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mcin
tosh, of Ocala, Florida.
The home was pretlily decorated ard
the table arrangements were unusually
attractive. The guests were: Misses
Lizzie Glenn, Mary Burton, Bessie Gil
der, Hattie Leavell and Helen Mower,
and Messrs. W. C. T.y ret, J. C. Wilson,
I. HI. Hunt, Jas. MvcCaughrin and Fos
The Mother's Favorte.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is the
mother's favorite. It is pleasant and
safe for children to take and alwa. s
cures. It Is intend.-d especially for
coughs, colds, cro)up aind whooping
cough, and is tbe best* medicine made
:for these diseases There is not the
ileast danger is giving it to children for
It contains no opium or other injurious
drug and may be given as confidently
to a babe as to an adult. For sale by
W. E. Pelham.
Cot. Hunt Moves te spurtanburg.
Col. and Mrs. W. H. Hunt and Mrs.
Annie Peoples left on Saturday for
Spartanburg which is to he their fut,ure
home. It is with -sincere regret that
we part with these good people who
have for so many years been identified
with every business and social move
tetnt of the town, and we -bespeak for
them a warm welcome fromt the cit izens
of epartanbuirg. Col. Hunt will come
to Newberry every two weeks to look
after his practice here.
Sloo Reward S100.
The t5eadek. o7 this paper will be plessed to
learn tbat there is at least, one dreaded die.
etseetb. t sclicehas b'en '.bie t6 cure in all
its stages, and that Is C.atarrh. ul's, Catarrh
Cure i t.ie on ry posi.sve ocare known to the
medical fraternity. C Ant being a con sti
tut,ional distease, aq.) es a constitutional
treatment. Hlail's C.'1 n r Cure Io taken In
ternatly, acting dItea y upoa the blood and
.mucous surfaces ot t io system, thereby de
?ttvlng t,he foundaM'on of the disea e and
giigteo patienteaire gthby buildlngup the
con titution and aseistinfr nature in doing its
~voi k The proprIetors have so much faith in
i,ts cur tave powers, that they offer Otne Hun
dred-Dotars for ena ease teat it, fails to cure.
Aend for list of testimonials. Address
- F. J. CHENMI. & 00., Toledo, O.
Bold by drugIsts, prios 780.
Mail's b'amii illus are the best.
Many a would ne notor seems to
have made the mist.ake of his life by
Such little pills as DeWitt's Little
Ear'y Risprs are very easily $aken, and
they are *onder fully effective in cleane
lung the liver and bowels. Ollder's Cor
ne rug Store,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUv.
Mr. Jus. D. Luther has returned to
Mr. Z. F'. Wright has returned from
a flying trip to Spartanburg.
Mi. M. L. Spearman has been elected
clerk of the Board of Health.
Mr. S. P. Crot well has returned from
a business trip to Charleston.
Mr. J. L. Aull, of Dyson, was the
guest of his son, Mr. E. 11. Aull, on Sun
Queen Vietoria is still alive this
morning. She has it stroke of facial
paralysis and is not expected to live but
a few days.
Mr. C. B Martiln is at home again
1 after taking in the ctinevrt given by
Sousa's Band in Spartanburg h'liursday
of last week.
Miss Carrie Jones came up from
WIuthrop on Friday and is ipending a
few days at home.
The 3oung people of the town en
joyed an informal dante at the Armory
W. S. Melton can do three things at
one time-fix a key, mend a bicycle
and buy chickens.
Mir. Edward McIntosh and his bride,
of Florida, are on a visit to his father,
Dr. Jamts McIntosh.
Hon. T B. Butler, of Gainey, was
the guest of his friend, 11on. F. H.
Miss Toadrino who has been visiting
Mrs. J W. White will return to her
home in Baltimore today.
Work is In progress fn the Glen Low
ery Manufmciaring Company's cotton
mill and the tiouses for th,e operatives
Miss Sena Ri,er after an ext..nded
visit to her sister, Mrs. LwRoy Le, of
Kingstree, and friends in Charlesitin
returns home today.
Mrs. Ella I)onald and Mrs A. J
Sp-oles who have been visiting Mrs.
J. W White returned to their home in
The County Commissioners on Sal ur
day elected Mr. William C. Miller su
perintendeni of the county chain gang
and Mr. C. B. lidwell guard
Messrs. T. C. Pool, A. T. Brown, G.
M. B. Epting, J. C. Myers and D. 11
Copeland have returned from the west
ern markets with fine lots of mules.
We understand that Mr. R. H. Welcl,
is a candidate for code commissioner
Mr. Welch is peculiarly fitted for thh.
position and we wish him success.
Miss Fannie May Carwile, who has
been visiting friends in Eastman, Ga.,
will visit, her cousin, Mrs. Walter
Grey, of Jacksonville, Fla., before re
Hon. William All, a member of the
legislature from Barnwell county, came
ijp from Columbia on Saturday and re
mained over Sunday with bis cousin,
Mr. E H. Au,d.
A case of smallpox in the Caldwe I
section has been rep-,rted to the State
Board of Health, and we understand
that Dr. G. B. t'aldwell has been up
pointed quarantine omeer.
Misses Sara 8pearman, of Silver
Street, and Mary Tidmarsh, of Whit
mire, stopped over a day with Mias
Maud Langford oan their way to Char
leston where they will spend a mont,b.
On Fr'iday evening of last week Mr.
B. T. Biehop while trying to bead off a
drove of mules was thrown from his
horse and had his collar bone broken.
The injury was painful, but not serious.
Mr. Marvin Wharton, son of Rey. W.
B. Whbarton, of Prosperit-y, was pain
fully injuree by a falling chimney dur
ing the burning of the Alumni Hell on
Wolord College campus Friday morn
Mr. C. A. Bowman has a key ring
with five ke3 s, and another key ring on
it which also contains five keys, one of
them looks to be a house key. The
owner can get them by calling at the
posto.fi1ce and identifying.
Mr. Win. Y. Fair, of Newberry, has
been in the city on busines He has re
ceintly made a contract with t,be cit3
council to suipply a large quantity of
cbert with wvhich the macadam on ou,
streets will be repaired.-Greenvlle
Mountaineer, Jan. 19.
Will Kibler has to stay at Helena of
nig hts now during the absence of Hon.
Art,hur Kibier at tbe Legislature, lie
doesn't much like that long wald every
day but thinks that he will be able to
endure it for a few weeks, although it
I" a gieat strain on his crossties.
Wofford Co'lege sustair ed a acavy
lose on Friday morning when the
Alumni Hall with its furnishings and a
valuable library were destroyed by flee
The friends of the institution symi a
thise with her in this loss and hope ere
long to see a building equally as hand
some erected in the place of this one.
Mrs. Sallie E'. (romer, wife of Jacob
Et. Cromner, departed thie life Friday
January 18th, aged 42 years, 2 monthq
and 18 days. She was the mother of 13
children. She leaves a mother, six
brothers, one sister, a devoted hust and,
ten children and many friends who
mourn her departtre from this life.
She was a coi.:lstent member of St.
Matthew's levangelical Lutheran
church. May her gentle spirit rest in
peace. We loved her, but God loved
her better. A Brother.
This season there is a large death
rate atwong children from croup and
litntg troubles. Prompt action will save
the.little ones from these terrible dis
eases. We know of nothing so certain
to give instant relief as 0 ue Minute
Cough Cure. It can also be relied upon
in grippe. and all throat and lung troub
les of dul a, Pleasant to take, Gilder's
Corner Drug Storot
TUn NXIVISH-Itity KNIrTINu MILL.
New Enteri,rIes-Excel lent Work being
Turned out-A Leadler Wanted.
Yesterday in company with Mr. B.
C. Alatl hews i e visited the Newberry
Knitting MIll, nnd were it, not for tile
faCt that 1'0 Visitors ar-e allowed we
woulid advise every onle to go and see
the wondl-rfil workings of the iitricate
iachinevy uwed in makirig hosi-ry.
l'he builditiv, a handsonme hrik
st.ructue iwth v(-V ry 1mo(14, 1 conveln
lence is siu-ied to the South of the
busint s ijortion of the town. It Is as
neat as a pin from one end to the other
atid we enn think of no better phee
than this for an; on1e who wishes em
ploynelt. The mnalnagemtent Is very
careful in seleeting its employees and
only those w% ho ein give reference of
goodI moral character need apply.
While it the pr<sett, time only a
small tiuber (if the machines have
been put in m1o ion the work is flist
class in every particular and will coij
pare favorably W1i any hosery of the
s tine grade on the market.
We predict a great future for the
N.wberry Kitting IMill.
It has only been a few months since
this enterprise was fiest talked of, but
it Is here and is here to stay and will
not only prove a benefit to the town Iin
giving employment to fifty or more
good citizenis, but to the surrounding.
country its well.
With a little push and energy other I
ctiterprises could be established in our i
midst in just as short, a time as this one i
which would be a paying investment I
for the rich and give employment, to I
the poor. For instance there is a good
opening here for a furniture factory
and there is no better lovation for oi. I
In the South all things considered. I
Other towns are working and building I
up along this line, why not Newberry? i
Newberry has the men and the I
money, all she n(eds Is somebody to
ake (ne lead.
McIInt osk - hfaley
Married at noon today at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Mr. Ed L. I
McIntosh, the popular manager of the
the Silver Springs & Ocklawaha Rail
road, and Miss LoIlle E. Haley, the
popular and charming daughter of Mij.
T. 11. Haley.
The parlor was beautifully decorat-d
with palms, holly, pot plants, cut ll.)w
era and festooned vines.
Miss Sara Whitfield presided at the
p-ano and Rev. W. 11. Coleman, in an
impressive and beautiful ceremony,
pr.nounced the words that made them
one, using the brief form of the rug
service, in the presence of the imtne
diate rela(ives and a few intimate
The bride and groom left on the
northbound 11:45 Seaboard Air Line
t 'tin amid showers of rice, and among
other places will visit among, Mr. Mc
Intosh's relatives in South 'Carouina
'he young couple are too well known
to need any introduction here. The
groom came here several years ago and
ha3 invested in Al rlorin county realty
He is a fine specImen of young manhood
and a s'erling young business man. Hie
is respected and.like by all who know
Miss Haley has grown from child
h e.d to young womanhood in our city.1
SLe is loved by all who know her,
She Is highly talented, beauttiful and
possessed of a most lovable disposition.
Their friends, and wIth them the
Star, wish the hatppy young coule long
years of happiness and prosperIty.
O 3ala Fela. Daily TImes:
Newberrv Is Mrt. Mcintosh's old I
home. He grew .up to young man hood I
here and has many friends in this pllace
who welcome him arnd his fair young
bride to New b"rr y ani1 wish them ever,
success in theIr future life.
We are having some pre'4tty weather.
Small grain is looking fine.
Mies Mary Jane Long is very Ill. 3
Our school has been suspended for
a vhile on account of the illness of our
t sacher, Miss Luther. 'We hope to see
her out again soon.
We had the pleasure of hearing an
able sermon delivered by Rev. Pit,t,man
at Bethel on last Hunday.
Mr. L. D. Morris is enlarging h4s
dwelling which will add much to it,s
On last Saturday while Mr. Bon
Senior, Mr. Crissie Senior and Mr.
D ivid Frick were bird hunting Mr.
Feick shot at a bird and accidentally
shot M r. Ben Senior but at this wrIting
we think he will recover.
Some of our farmnes have beeni try
Ing to get up a daily free mail delivery
Instead of an every other day delivery
on the route leading from Slighs post
office out by Piney Woods church com
ing out in the Calk Ferry road near
Fairview and up by Mt. Pilgrim church
a ad back to Slighe.
Mr. J. Burr Con nelly will move back
:gplace near Fairview at an early
Mr. J. M. Moore Is putting up some
.ceiling in his dwelling.
Mr. Singley has been ini this section
trying to get up a musIc school- All
who subscribe will never regret it,
as Mr. Singley Ii a good music teacher.
Jacob Bowers while hunting a shin
gle tree a few day;s ago found na bee
tree instead of a shingle tree. Theli
bees were working as If It, were spring.
I remain with best wishes to The
Herald and Its readers
J. M. M.
Jan. 18, 1001.
Call on (I. H. Cannon for all kinds of
Lumber, Shingles. D -ore and Sash. t1y
Clark's 200-yd,. 4uu0a Cotton, 2 spools
for 53., at S. JT. Wooten's. tf,
Jr. . J. Vnss tparItentient of tie Water
Works Ronsi IClectric 1kitt Plant to Ieavo
M r P. J. Voss caie to Newberry from
kthens Ga., inApril 1897 as construet
ng engineer forjtho systein of water
,orks and electrie lights. The plant,
Nas completed in August, of tlhe ZIIame
ear and turned over to the city auth or
ties and to well had the work been
1ono that there was no leak or Ilaw Of
m,ny kind in the entire system. Mr.
Voss was then elected suiperintendent
)f the h1lanit and ha!s most acceptably
Hiled this position giving entire satis
action to i he patrons. No town of th is
i:;o and in faet muany larger ones could
oast, jif be,ter lights or a more aund
6at, tupply I f water Mr. Vosr was
,ver c4torteoLs, agreeable, and obliging.
le has identified hinstlf with every I
nterest, of the town and made frien
> all with whom he wa-4 associated,
vho, while they cong"rtatulate himl) oil
he very lhttterinig 0'01r which he I a6
Ocepted, reg-et exceeding to see hnim
tvo u1) his position- here. 110 h
hown his aippreciati n of Newberry
6nd her people h'v leaving his family to
eside in our midst while i he is neces
arily absent from them.
We give him God speed and wish
tim success in his new field of labor.
Mr Fletcher M. Foyd of Chester,
ias been elected to the place made
racant by the resignal"on of Mr. Vobs
Lnd will arrive in the city today.
1.e (1 EKDenl I s111.
A pretty wedding it was. My plea
ure on last wednesday to attend at the I
kospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E
ofield the mareinge of the younges I
laughter Miss Erin MtcMoriics to Mr
Ailliam Mlaybin of Maybinton.
.' y twelv' 'clock q i Le number of 1
ruest had arrived to witness this pleat- I
6nt occasion. The pari was beauti- a
ally decorated with holl) and mistle i
The bridal party vinti,red t,he patp or
n this order Re!v, W. W. Me lMorries
Lud M iss Mary Cotield, M r. J. G. Co
leld and MI-s Atnnie Maybin. N)r.
;eorgo Cofield and Ntiss Ida Burton,
,hen caine Master Colleld and lit,tle
Vliss lr'eces Jeter with basket,. of
lo,crs to strew in the path of the blush
ne bride who followed leaning on th(
se M4 he41r ent,ende~d
M- .J lR Cohichd played the wedditng
narch. The Melbodist ceremnony ini
ts si niplicit y and beau ty was spilendid ly
endered b)y Rev WV. R ,Tustus and a
>r-tyer most touching and applropriate
>.x Rev. W. W. McMorrie?s. The bride
vas attired in a becoming suit of tan1
vith trImmings of green velet whito
ilk andl white braid and carried
n her hand a beaut,iful boqunet of roses.
In a short tlime the guest were cnvit,ed
into the dining room where they found
>lenlty of delicious food, splenididly
wecpared and served.
The p)resen)ts werec quite p)retty
AtI sented to enjoy the occasion and
nany of tbem spent tl.e night at Mr.
Jo'felds and attended the in fare t,he
text day at Mir. Frank Maybin-.
WXe wish those youn ig people a happy
royaee through life.
Mr. WV TL. Colleld Master GuM and
ifiss Ida Bittton and Mr. and MI rs S. A.
Fetet anti children attendel4d the wed
ling at Mr. J E. Cofield's last week.
Our school is prttgressing nIcely un
ler the management of Miss Mary Gab
Jan. 19, 1901.
Theo P'olIte hI.ggear.
"Beg your pardon, kitnd lady," began
be potite beggar-, "'but I'mn badly in
iced of mtoneCy."
"I wondee If yob desceve help," said
he kind lady, suspIiciovsly. "if I wastt
,o give 30a a peony whtat would you do
wit h It?"
"Your generosliy would overwhelm
no, ma 'am, I'd buy a postal card and
rrite you a note of thanks."-Phladel
Ever the Same Old Way.
Fever the stae 0old story-sorrows, and
sighs, andc tears,
But the world rolls on~
In the (lark and dawn
l'o the peace that shall biossoum in ->erfect
After the nightt-thze tight.
E~ver the sanme old1 story-but what is the
When the crowno is sure,
Where the crowns endure
[n a beautiful land and fair ?
[n the dlark we drift with the onward
But the lights on the other sidle I
When tht '-itened by p)tOcumfotnia or
an ot her lung t roub)le, Ip' ,mpht relttI
Is necessary, as it is dattgerous to de
lay. WVe wouhld suggest, thbat, One~ Mn
ute Ooagh Cure be taken as soon as In
dicationts of having taken cold are no
ttced It cures quickly and it.s eartly
use proven s consuimp:,ion. Ghlder's
Carner frns Scnne.
Whatt I Saw on My Trig to t'nldenl.
One of th. Iuoi)t, arutlO ad pro
!1.reS- I Ve towis inl t he State, is (he old,
but hitherto little known town of Catin
d S 114 111) 1 111! , it ir. v n it ly tIIrolgh
b(i t i- I,I nit (c ein t I cr. S, C ed I he ;1att' "1es
fui hit twclir it, dIInIg the( Ht-volutlionl.
Mkit she lias certtinly awkv(v from I ur
If 11- 1 leIe , (I !-I Il(<I (t t I-v lethir y
iIt ivi. i.e lils Ivi e11 enveloped. Shi ss
?f hu14il c'.4 til bift, alre s4en on til Sides.
io se ,of I llmilesz, .a1) for <weln ,
at? it prinlgllg up evVery where. , anid
3v.ry body anild vvery 1hiim i.,:.i the
[pi)( ranice of at wid( a-Watke pcople. A II
1.igus oirt to lth facN , thalt She is
fairy in, tii. iniou-a ri a frirc I u iblic
ronc.Inl l%It;l Rild facvilitics
few WnsI inl 1t;e Slatle, of il.. sze, Ire
) c't. r cqui'l d t 1 ii. at brilnit-1 of
Ahe So whern, which puts it in4 touch
vith Collulia, chair-lestonl an11d aill
olints west. Then comes the greatt
und eiter-prising Seaboard systeml),
Ahicl Is forging its way, to every
look ad cirnvr, in tie( 8 loth and West.
Phen comnes tho three C's, from the
realt coal i el ds of Ten n4 essee a lid Nort h
j atrolinal, land leadli1v on) to tho COaISt
Lt, Georszeown. Whatt, better atdVanil
ages could Iany imaufatlt ing enter
)rise deu8Ie t han these, especililly when
le heiit h fu Iless land sa1lubrl1y of the
,limate arc considieed. A Iready at ltrge
'ottoil mill is rai.pidly nea1i3Ing comple
,10on anIld Fo 111e hum of its 11ousan1ds
>f tiindivs td loois will be heiird in
he hand with the doiestic tetivity, inl
ts 11un1dreds of cottauysg, 11i, Itdornl
'aetory townv." Large plillcing land
linberti millstare Iin operation aid not
ho leatst. of its itidustries Is aL brainich of
10 Slate's great mnoratl instittion, at
I islle rv, th it t.urnis mut dily 2C' g ai
Olns fif "ChemlicalIily pur.e." Htlt this is
lotside the cil411ites of the lownl anid in
vhich 1.8 ctiells tallie little pr-ide.
JtS educationai tiacilities atre of theC
vIry' best. The grled school of 3:.o
o 100s1udents, Its building of stone atd
ricik, stunding Iti at, beautiu.'tl gr-ove, is
eCOPd to none inl the State in 1)'oI)o'
.1on] (and inl its Ichiteetuall desitnl.
P'lere tire al1SO two large buildings Onl
he opposite side of tile town for the
DIIIIred IpeoIle, 011ne the sChoo prOpI'r,
11e o1 h1r for iidust-ril l iLinitig. These
e4t two buildings weirc principdlly
milt by nort,heri philaithp-opy anl4d it)
om1e cases t.autght by nortilern white
c. he IS.
C.mden is a close rivdl of A iken ats at
.sott for nort,eLrn ouri6is mid o thie
mltsk:r-ts of tie 4ow), 0: 1-0b14Irc hill,
s muilt a muaimoth hotel, th( "Kir-k
vood," expressly fov the conveiiience
6nd 04i4mfort. of these 1m10n of culture,
vea.lth tnd see.r.kes of 11 ith id pleats
Sr(.. Here too im th e i l) y ploo f gioultd
n the Site stocked aid kept exilti
ivly n, a p,to grouid. 10rom 20 to
.5 poh> pollt-s ar,e kept. here aLl tile
'ime with an urmy t f keepest and train
'ile historleal pl!Lecs in) Catmlden,
vit.) its s4arltI and ilonillents erected
o her inlust-ious dead(, ar-o well worthi a
F'Sit ffifim e'V".V student 4f hliStoty 1.11d
ovrul f fa mohs mn a laces. 1 .
~tove just in frcont, (if 041e of thle chi utrches
it,auds at monumen1t411 to 101 1o lie Katl'
me1 of the foreign paitriotS in) 4,he daLys
If 41t Rvolu.tioni. TLwo) more4 t,al sha!4fts
11and0( iin Main st r'eet, one( [K 414 he1memor'y
I the Conlfedera44te sold iers8, the othier
~o the her'oes of the \1exican4 war44. Hlere
00 is poinited 04.4, to the stranger' 1,bc
a44tItldeld where' I ho pat.rIots met, the
Nitish in bile R~evolutionar'y war.
WhIle ini Canl,den4 I wats shown by a
iend a (cuio, a4 relic of the "'civatli
ige" of South (Car,olina, a4 genuline
Ilueling pi15tol, and( sa'd to hlave be
*)tge'd t,o the (1ash fam.1ily and4( the0 Iden
.i.-alI weap.ho' used ii the last encoun04tert
if this kind-a-la4-code in this State ini
ost hil 'if , a4 vIetim to Sn l)ipious cus4
04m and a) false not ion of personai44l
The ''8ilent1 City of theC Dead," Camr
le's beautifuIl ceterl41y, withl its wide
Lvenues43, ltts well ke'pi driveways, staLte
y 01aks( and toiwerintg pines4, e3ver4gr'ens
nd roses3, dot,ted whh144 marbleh11 headt(
ton4es, shaft.s and14 mfonlumlenit , would 1
1I4Lmad fart more a4ttent1 ion thtan spc
n1 stuch an aic.ile 1as this w.vil aidmIit
sumnee to say 1t Is beautiful, a ma44gnifi
:ent,. trIbut.e to the (1ea.
Whe4n standOing,by the4 t,ombshi of two.
>f our4 1118 illustis c ommnrn4ders over
vhich costly monum44ents have beenl
4rect,ed, what4.4 emo)t 'is, what memorie41s
lit atcross my ht f closed eyes. To the
eft, as 30ou drlIv in014, sleepis theO brave.'(
mnd br'iiant Mtajor Gen J. 1B. Kersha4w,
mod near by On the r'ghit Is the gecII
'ous1 hear.4ted and( gallan4.tt Br'igad ior
ien. ,fihn 1) 1Kenned'(y. When I re
nemnbered how we followed i lhe lumes4C
>f Lt.hse Iwo knights of the ineteenthi
selnturiy as4 thley waved first on the
11lains1 of Manna.4 441n44, arotund Richmond1'4(,
4.lOngJ theO baniks of the cear waitered
shenna4ndoa4h. 'in (lie holtrhts of Mary
and1(, . at AnLieta.m, 1Frederic.ksburg,
4.'roud the blood stained summiT4t of
mo T41 op, theo WIlIderntess, Oh Icka
n1augaZ, and41 man.4y 0other4 fieldIs of comn
>alts, what.. memfories and r'ecodhet-tons
hey cotjurt up. flow few, how very
43 t'4 are ft, who followed the btaInda4rds
If 1.,)ese two braLves of t,ho lost, cause.
But, the4 greaItest and1( most p)lesa4nt (of
ny? oibservt.ions wereO tile peop!c themn
'elves. What words1 can describe their
ene1lroi y3 and4( hospitallt,y3, especial ly
~he fr'iendly' ha4nd of wolcotme held Out,
o the' stranger' Jf.ldreds of towns
4.d( vIllages haive i Ivlited( In the
B3,uth bu~ for genluine hospitality and1(
4nsel1-h kindn"ss, (Camde'n beat,s them
tI. It does5 no0, take lotng to know
t hat you aIre ll the "hands of your
frielIds."' l'her are'4 real')'34ly n' stranig
lIrs theret, all seem to1 b( e a band of
brot441her4'. I lere .5 Cu find tO perlfectIon
the olu schlool of emLt.,x the acrne of
1)01Iteness anid reinemuent. I f all LIh is can
be stid of the men, what could be said
of her women, the latter unfortunttely
I had tle plisurme of Imeeiing hut, ft' ?
To sav that I was ib:irmvd with Cam
(llt and elri pt-oplie is hut it f in' x
prOssI' of Inyf le.
SA icl -1c%-:irr
T h'le lurr ie Irplitali'.1 fill (-.I .
piles, s (res 261nd 'oil ti-e - !- . 4 (1'.
lly D,h-W et \\ " ': 4.1 ,
led to 1h 1 v k . . - , -1 _ . (00 %% ,I
fcitS. 134. sur to r ill' ) ;
S,tdIve. G i dvr'z, ('m, i Ib It.: "I: r,*
AlfToc ted( indill'virvnwo to overy.
thui)Ig of virrent intert'st is a fad with
('ull this out. and takce it to \V. E-.
I'elham's drug store anil get a fue'e s-11n
ple of CabltIerlhd in's Stomach and
AIv.er Tablets, the he.t physic. They
alko ete disorders of the stomliach,
biliousnes and headache.
Manly ila nm woulI bo worth at
nillion but for the., 100 per cunt dis
count illowed for cash.
If troublud with it weak digustion,
belching, sour stomach, oir if i ou Ieel
dull fIt Itv a v vtin 1 g , t.ry li Ch atIrli n's
Stoilah lild I .iver Tablets. Price, 25
ceIIs. S1111es free at W. I'. I'eham's
The tongue of a woman is her
sword--and1l she neV.r allows it to
Quality and not 11ant.Ity 11n(.tlkes De
Witt's Little Early.V lRiser. such valualible
Il o liver pills. Gilder's ('orner Drug
8ollio 1on go to work and othors
watit for work to Como to lieit.
A Itagloig, Itmaring Floo:l.
Washed dow it a telegraph line which
Chllas. C Ellis of Lisbti, let., iad to re
pair. "S8taIlding waIst dth (1ip III ey
wttr,II he wi-ites, "gave tile a lerri&ole
cadd and cough. It grew worse dailly.
1inially tle best d1)et.rs in 0a1a011itd,
Neb., Sioux City and Omaha saId I land
Consumption ad eould not, live. Then
I began using Dr. Kings New Dis
covery anild was wholly ctred by six
bottles." Pitirively guaronteed for
Coughs.olds and aill Throat andl(] Lung
troubles by all druggists. Price 0me.
Experience is like a light hung at
tho stern of a ship.
Seven Year In Ileld.
"W ill wondelIs eVer ense'?' ji-r iIre
i he 1'rielld,4 of M rs. I, P4ease, (if - w
relte, Kan. They k11-w she Ithad in tee
unable to leave der bed inI seven yearI's
tin accoutit of kidney and liver trouble,
Iurvous prostration and general debil
iy;ti, "Three botllos - f Eilectric Bit
Iers ekilbled mile 1o walk," she writ...
"anlld Inl three n11on1111 I fell. lI i a Ill,\%
p'ermm-.' Womnt sull'tering from Rvead.
aw-ie, Iacnelmhe. Nervousniess, "nlel-p
lesness, Melanich(oly, Fainiting nid
Dizzy Spells will Iind it, a priChii-s
tilessMig. 13' it. SatisaHtjioI is gul traU
tced atl, all druggilts. Oly' 5.
Lifo's currottt coin is mado of JAIin
steepe1l Into IH011 HoalO.
(iWhel ai child I burnd tI y Coot
leg sores for 31) yearsl, bt flucklett's
Arnlicla Satlve whol)1ly (culred me1 atfIer
every thinug else fuailed. 1Il falIlab le for
liurnis, Sealds, Cuts, Sores BrIIses antd
Pls. 8Ho1d by all dIt tuggists. 25w.
TVwin iiiS mo es ar tru0 compl)Ionins
A P'oor hluillonaire.
L Ately s trvedl Itn indon becautse lhe
cioutld ntot dIgest hi,s food. Early uise
of D.r. K(ing's New if'e P ills wvould have
saved hilm. 'They st rentgtht the111(
alitmcht, aid dligestiont, piromlOt 0 1assimi
11ation1, im pro VO appelt ite. PrIico 25e.
Monecy backt If ntot iiatistled. Sold by all
An untimely snow storm has can
celed the pretentions of Memphis
as a winter resort.
tnea. Ot. (If ani Inceresi of Ills 1'l'ensIOn.
A Mexican war velerain and p)roinI
OIl edi(tor wrlitLes:I "ing~tl the ad ver
t.lseme-int, of Chtambter'laIit's ColIe,
b oh r i,and D)iarrhioea Itemnedy, 1 am1)
rei"'nded thaut. as aL soldIier In Mexico in
'47 and( "48, 1 cont,riated Miexlcan diar
a hoi'a andt this r'emedy ha1s kept me
ftrm gettinerz an1 increase In) my pen
slont for' On every renewai It do(se oIf It,
r'estres tme.'' It Is unequaItllled as8 a
qic k (ur1 for01 d Iarrhoer andI ils pleCtaant
and saLi3 to I ake. For satle by W. I'.
If' They Could.
If potatoes could see with all thetr eyes,
Andt( if cornt could htear with its ears,
T ey'd grow in one0 sesonH so wontdrously
They'd never lbe ealten,1 myt dears!
Persons who sufferi frc.m Iind igestitn
can1 not, expect to live long, because
they cant,Ilt eat the food reqtuired to
n)ourlish the bodly anld the pr tiueLts of
the utnd(iL'ested foods they do eat. po0ison
L,bc blood. It Is Itnportant to cuire In
digestiont as soon ats p)ossit-le, andl t,ho
bIest method of doIng t,his is to use0 the
prlepartiIon known ats Kodol D)yspepslia
Cttro. IL, digests what you eat, and re
Btore s atli the dilgestive organs to 1)er
feet health. Gilder's Corner Dru-g
rpJIri0 ANN U.\ L M id0T f NG OF TiITE
. St,ockhboldiers of the Nationai Bank
of New.berry, N. C., wIll be held at the
oilce of the l'resident at Newberry,
S (C., att 11 o'clock ta. mn., Tutesday, t he
8t.h day of Jatnutary, I190I, for the pu~r
pose of eh ct,init dIrectors, and for thle
tratnsactionl of sutch other businessB ats
mauy (come bePfre the meetIng. Stock
holders will please8 attend, or lie repro
sen ted bly prioxy.
'T. 8. DUJNCAN, CashIer.
Denemhne 27h. 100.
Mower Uo1,8 Shoesse
\Vo carry th1 bost to ho had. No
3doub thout it.
"Buy SHOEs of Mower Co., and
Iot good ones."--Goo. E. Keith Co.,
Walkover, ot., et., for meon an(1
b)oy.'. Storling, l giiai, etc., (ec., for
Ladies. FUll lino of Childron's Shoes,
ind we havo tho very beost of tho
Ahenper linvs maido inl thit country
for \onv an(i teo 1(
brated lot1o1dman line.
Comlo and seo us.
0.& G. S. MOWER CO.
EVERY ONE IS
To come and see the
Goods, consisting of
Jewelry, Silver and
Novelties of every de
scription, and prices
Will keep open until
Xmas every evening
until 9 p. m.
(f ou ucs n heslig isi h
fat tha 't we please our1 patrons. Our
Men '1O She are' of thei 11inest, and1 best
Le'ath)er, t.h1oougly 3 tanned0( and sea1
40oned. '1The Soles are0 so tough I hat
l.hey will out wear) two ordinary pairs.
1i he u1ppers, wilei~ soft. antd p1 libl, will
las1, tas long as the0 soles.
T'I'l'Itostian" iii is aL wonider in) that
it, comf 1bOie styles diiurabilIit,y for so lit
,Lie money. You may13 payl~ $5.00 but,
ihey will notL he aniy better 1 than tihe
"l4ostonli."' Try'3 t,bem) 0onCe and( ho
WVe Ihave an1 1 Iintnense stck Of
Ladies' Misses' and
'ht ar'e at way up ini quaility but (iteL
lOW in p1'iec.
'Try us on1 shoes1
S. J. WOOTEN.
NCtions, Mowe io
(Corsets, G lovos,
Linings and TLrimmrings.
Thle best IIosiery anud most of it!
The host HIandkerchiefs and most of
Th'le best Corsets and mnost of them I
The hest Gloves and1( most of themn!
Como and soo us.
C. & IL.S.MOER CO
. ith at the Tionn Council will take
action in regards toali dlinqueni.t Tax
payers on or' beforo the 25th day of' Jan
uary, 1901. C'omo forward at onco and
pay your tax, as the penalty will be
added and colletion enforced.
By order of tho Town Council.
'W. S. LA.NGFOR~D,