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One More Week in Newberry.
Don't suller with your eyes. Be caro
ful with ttaen. I. Gurvitz, of 1altI
more, will be at the Central Ilous,
and will examine, free of charge, the
eyes of any one- who may come to him,
or if they live way out in the country
let, me know at once and I will come to
you. It makes no dilTfrenco where you
tried to be fitted, or how weak your
eyes are or how near-sighted or even
if you have catIracts, or if you have a
lll dozen glasses that, make your eyes
burn and run water, or if you see black
spots lioating arou'd whe.. ou read or
sow by art,ilicial :i,ut,, iere is a de
feet of vision wi iclh shou Id h; corrected
at once with glasses. 11e will guaran
tee you to lit your eyes a,d give you
satisfaction. l1e ha; had twelve years
experience, Is an expert optician and
grinder of lenses. Special attention
to children's eyes. 0111cc hours, 9 a. in.
to 5 p. m. Mall orders promptly at
tended to,. tit
UEgravtng of Grno-"al H aupton.
We are indebted to ). Applnton &
Co., of New York, for a large and
handsome engraving of G -n. Wade
pll ton, with which we will be
pleased to ornament the walls of our
otlice. It is a splendid likeness of the
noble hero and warrior, and grand old
man of South Caroliua.
Fresh oysters all the time, it R. J.
Miller's restaurant. t&f tf.
Dog Pup Lost.
Black back, yellow legs and white
feet, hound dog, three months old
Tail clipped. F'inder will be rewarded.
John G. Glenn, Newberry.
Tot Causes Nigit Alarm.
"One night my brother baby wag
taken with Croup," writes Mrs. J. C.
inder, of Crittenden, Ky., "it seemed
would strangle before we could get a
octor, so we gave it Dr. King's New
iscovery, which gave quick relief and
ermanently cured It. We always keep
it in the house to protect our children
;.from Croup and Who'eping Cough. It
r%..cured me of a chronic bronchial trouble
that no other remedy would relelve."
tiInfallible for Coughs, Colds, Throat
ad Lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. Trial
ottle free at all druggists.
Card of ThaInIK0.
r. Editor:-We desire space in your
lumns to thank our relatives and
hbors for the many favors and acts
indnessshown us during the late
kness and death of our wife and
tber. We assure you that we appre
.yocr f Iv r-. and extend to you
incere thanks. May he who re
de all richly bless you.
B F. 1oozirlt
A Deep Mystery.
t Is a mystery why wom,en endure
okache, leadache, Nervousness,
eples-ness, Melancholy, Fainting
Dizzy Spells when thousands have
vei that Electric Bitters will
ickly cure such troubles. "I suffered
r years wit I kidney trouble," writes
rs. Phehe Cherley, of Peterson, la.,
and a lane tuack pained mne so I could
ot dress iyself, but Electric Bitters
holly cured me, andl, although 73
ears oldi, I now am ab)le to (10 all my
ousew uk '' It overcomes Conistipa
Sion, imlprolves A ppeitite, gives perfect
ealthb. Only 50he at all druggIsts.
"WVintor IIomoa, in Sumomeor Land."
Is the title of a very neat andi attrac
iv le folder just, issued 'p3y the Southern
: railway g,ving complete information
regarding the various Winter R~esorts
of health andI pleasure on and reached
by its lines, with rates of board, capa
city of hotels, names of p)roprietors, &c.
This booklet Is in at very concise and
attractive form and will prove valua
ble to any one contemphating a trip) for
A cop)y may he hadit by s"inding a two)
cent postage stamp t.o
WV. H. T1ayloe, A. P. A,
Old Soldier's E(xperenc..
M~'. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
WInchester, Ind., wvrites: "My wIfe
was sIck a long time in spite of goodl
doctor's treatment, hut, was wholly
cured by D)r. King's New Life Pills.
which worked wonders for her health."
They always doC. Try them. Only 25c
at all druggists.
Mrs. Matilda Davis, widow of the late
Asa. P. DavIs, died at her home at
Kinards on Sunday morning, November
17, 1901, In the 6i8Lh year of her age.
She bad been sick for several weeks
with cancer of the stomach. Hecr re
mains were h)uriedl Monday at,120o'clock
at Bush river church.
She D)idn't Wear a Mask
But her beauty was completely hId
den by sores, blotches and p)imles till
she uIsedl Bucklen's Arnica Salve. Then
they vanished as will all Eruptions,
Fever Soree, BoIls, Ulcers, Carb,uncles
and Felons from Its use. Infallible for
Vuts Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles
Cure guaranteed. 25o at all druggists.
The Houthaerin'ei P'uIIman
Southern railway has inaugurated
Pullman sleepIng car line bet.ween
Washington, D). C., and Atlanta, Ga.,
on their "Atlanta and New York Ex
press," trains Nos. 33 and 34; Iirst car
southbound leaving Washington No
vember 3rd; first car northbound leav
ing Atlant,a November 5th, 1901.
This affords Pullman service on these
trains through from Atlanta to Now
York, the Pullman cars bayIng hereto
tore been attached to the Atlanta and
New York Express at Charlotte and no
Pullman service bet,ween Charlotte
Meals served in good style, the very
best the market alYords at ft. J. Mil
lar' restaurat, . nea pomofio t. &f r f.
VARIOUS AND ALL AI')U V.
We take wood on subscriptions.
See notice of prii.-ry electiott.
'T'nursday a week will be thank.igiv
'he pott .o crop is s:tid to b.i large
Col. W. ii. Ruiut roturn3d to S,>artan
1. II. Hunt, E (., spent a part of last
week in Spartanburg.
'1'ax paying is progressing very slowly
both county and town.
The first, primary f.,r Mayor and Al
dorien is only o11 week oIlT today.
The c.>ld wave stru^k us last 'Ihurs
day and is hanging on pretty well.
Today at 11 o'clock the time will be
up for candidates to sign the pledge.
Notwithstanding the heavy frosts
the violets are beautiful and sweet.
V. E. Depas1, iq., went to Newberry
yesterday.- partan(urg Journal, 16;1h.
Last Friday was Arbor day, and as
far as we know, i*, was unobserved in
The whole family of weeds died yes
terday morning. Jack Frost ceused
Mr.f Julian Blackwell, of Clinton,
spent Friday,and Saturday in Newberry
Miss Eunice Ialfacre, of Due W.st
Female College, is at home until after
Every one of the last five prisoners
put in jail begin their names with
a P. Any sigiicance in that?
Miss Mattie Sloan, of Due West Fe
male College, came down last, week
and spent a few days at home.
Mr. Jas. N. McCaugnrin went to
Charleston last week to attend the
marriage of Mr. J. Dudley Cozby.
Mr. .J. E. Merchant of Columbia,
came up yesterday on a visit to his
father in law Mr. J. C. Dominick.
Several holes were worn in t,he brick
side walks last Friday, and the city
council will have to do some patching.
Mr. R [ 4'. id. who has been on a
week's visit to his daughter, Mrs. .1.
M. Kinard, return(d to Augusta Satur
Mrs. Wm. Grifl 1, vho hai been on
a visit to her parents, Mr. an I Mrs.
E. S. Coppock, left yest. rday for her
home in Savannah, G.t.
Mr Geo. I'. Glasgow, of ne ir .ful ipa,
is having his re.idence much improved.
It will present a neat appearanc.: when
completed. He lives at the old Chu!
We agree with the Charlotte O er
ver when it says, that a "gr.at big,
riproaring, up to-date circus once at
year is one of the best things that can
comne to a community.
Sher lIT B 1'ord brought in two negrocs
Sunday which he succeeded in captur
ing at Irmo lie has had warrants for
them for some time, and finally landed
his game. The negroes names are Ed.
Sheppard and Henry Pough.
THE ROllINS N CIytCUS.
A Large Crowd W9fnp,, th,' Po t.'rmnescu
in Newberry--A Go latI ,,n on ijlreu,s.
John Robinson's circus which
showed here Friday was one of the
largest and best and cleanest shows
which have exhibited here in a long
time. The Mr. Robinson who is at
present with the show is John Robin
son III. and is a grandson of the origi
ual John Robinson, under whose
ownership and management the Robin
son circus was made famous in this
Probably no ether circus which has
ever been in Ne whberry has had as large
and fine collection of beau Itifu horses.
as large and well trained elephants,
and a managerle of such rare and cost ly
animals from all parts of the globe.
The parade started a little before 11
o'clock. It was about a mile in length
and was a show in itself. The cages
were new and bright and large, some
of them being pulled by as many as
t,wenty-four horses-all of the same
size and color.
The show opened with the beautiful
spectacle of King Solomon and the
Queen of Sheba, showing in all their
grandeur and color the ancient city of
Jerusalem and the Temple of Solomon,
Kin1g Solomon and the Queen of Shebi
and their attendants In the gorgeous
costumes of that ancient day andl place.
The trapeze acting and horse-back
riding was daring and exciting, and
the herd of trained performing ele
phants deserve spe.elal mention. TIhe
hippodrome races wer'e fast and close
and the winners were enthusiastically
The number of people in att,endance
at both puerformances reaohed about
7,000 or 8,000--ab.out 5,000 of these
attending 1,hs afternoon per formance.
The crowd was orderly throughout, the
day, but two or three ar-rests le!ng
made, and these for small oflfenses.
Mr'. Robinson, the manneter of tihe
show, and Mr. Ilugh F?. hloffman, the
press representative, are both pleatsant
and courteous gentlemen, and our peLo.
pie were glad to have them with us fr
a day. Johnny Lowiow, in his (lay,
the most famous clown in the Amri-,
can circus, was also here, ith hi
great store of humorous and pathetic
anrecdotes and stories, lie never for
j esani m e n' a place a.r.d Is an Intur
I We m.aw no gambling or taking adl
vantage of any one on the grounda
circus day. 0' course those who wert
t,bore looking for such tblngs may havc
found them. The circus throughout ai
far as our observation went was conh
posed of and managed by gentlemen.
We hope to ha,va Jahn Robinson'
big circus with us again next season.
who are de:,irous of keeping their perfee.
1Iont that g ow nutl glenti of titted flesh, eir
dttlatIn. ha r, petrfeet ftiure nnet sweetI
rttvnd:edt breast, will dto well to remeinber t.e
advantoge of at rentedy like
for use during pregnancy.
It is a :nhi-lient. ple:tsing in appeniction and ot
quick pcnctataing powers. Stny your hand fruir
adtntnlsterh,, n:as y dr ;t (ntera:tyyr. Vou rre atta
etts to hasI tie ahitti ns pe -ft it limb it I fe"at:s
as yourii.4 i ul e "mnean r tt:,. 4nn yt-cr o" itm wi
Of tinlt! ;tr I +ti f ty, dtitptals its flit.are h:tp.isu' .
By !ts 4ts yun tiay ese:tI-e morninh >''14 - tt I
6Wel.in: 1rc:asts:t"iel :tny of the,) ua.:tl t stttfo as1
of preCn:tttry. l th ,r F riw al t-4 :4i . : "r
Vee, rrl;.It the m 'tI"les. :mi softens t1held tni.ti
tissres'. o li.t tihey gi%e n tilt the 1rc_sure fruir
the --:t .d ine" tr:nu.
A! tiru:ci- tI e k itp 1. It cots $1 twrh4 1 .tt .
W r:teus tor onr freetraien"lthr .d"
THE BRADFIELD RCGULATOr. CO.,
Cunstablt Uoletttnn at Woe,t k.
('onstable J. B. (oh ltan took aidvan
ta;,ro of circus day last itriday to put In
sott" gotso5d work in tho line of making
searches and capturing liquor. At one
place re succeeded in getting 15 hilf
pints and live quarts measured ill), and
at another place he succeeded in ge'
ting several gallons, altogether.
A negro from Mountvillo was arrest
ed on a charge of selling and trans
porting liquor. A Newberry negro
was also arrested on the same charge
There is as little "blind tiger" liquor
sold in this city as any place in the State,
and what little is sold at the dispen
sary, rebottled and sold on Sundays,
and that amon nts to hub little compar
Constalle Coleman is doing all in
his power, and with the assistance of
the city police, is suce'eding to a great
extent in keeping violations of this
Mr. Co'.emtn is a quiet, peacettble,
inoffensive and shrewd otlicer.
Young Setter-white with liver spot
answering name of Spike-Liberal re
ward if returned to
Dr. G.Y. Ilunntel ;
t&f. I 'res,e i v, S. C.
Morse?14y to Loni.
Five years tVini at 7 per cent interest.
secur. doy first mortgage on improved
J'unt, flunt &. llun-ter, Attorneys.
I .', t tf
Capt W. T..a( lan in Sunate:r.
i,very one who expres-es an opinion
on the work of inaeadam'zinrg M tin
street speacz favorably of it s i far.
The work is progressing nicely and
Mr. J".ekson. who has charge of the
'ork, seis to be doing all he can to
givo us at good job. They are putting
down plenty of rock and the street wil I
be almost ita., high as the pavements.
-Sumnt:r Daily Item, 1Mth.
'Ihts Wi itaIn orcst Many,
Tro qmickly introduce B. 13. B3. (B3o
tan ic tilood 13t!nm), the famnous South
erni blo'od cu :e, inito new homes, we
will senO, ablt-lutely free. 10.000t trIal
treatments. Butanie I100I B atin (B3
13) B ) qely cures o ii old tmeer's,
serofula., eczema. Itching sk in and blood
hiiimoas, canIcer, t'atlnL', festering sores,
boils. carbuncles, piml)p'es or otfen-ive
erup Itionis, pains inl bones or julint.s. rtI eu
matism, c 4tarrh , or any bi lud or skin
trouhfeat. B tan ic Blood tBalm (IB. 1h.
BI ) he-ils every' sore or imiple, mines
the blool puriie atnd rich tad stops atll
acher atnd pai ns. Bittaiie flood p)ure
andl( rich andl stops a Ill4heo and p41ins.
Bot anic B'ood Balm (13. I B ) t horoup. h -
ly testedi for 310 year's in hio-ipital and
pri vate practtire, andi has cured thous
ands of cates given upl as hiopelens N'1d
at, dlrIJl .tor'es, $1 per lie g. brul I Ie For
free tr-eat,mbent write0 to lB'ood B tm
(Co . A tlanta, Ga. Medicine sent at
one, prei-Pld. D)escribe trouble and
free( modric*al advice given. Botanic
Bllootd B 11m1 (13. B. 13.) gIves life, vigor
and strength to the blood. The linest
Blood Purifier made. IBotane Ic lood0(
Balm (13. B. B.) gives a heatlthy Blood
suplply to the skin and entire system.
Orange Trees HearIng.
An orange tree loaded with fruit is a
curiosity to many of our peop)le. One
can be seen by calling at Mr. RI. Y.
Leavell's store. lie has two orange
trees there In his workshop ad joining
the store, both of which have full
grown, perfectly developed oranges on
them. Oie now has 23 oranges on it,
and the oteher has only one. Tfhe or
anges are nie~ specimens and will soon
be ripe. HeI also has a lemon tree,
which is probably eIght feet high, but
Is not bearing.
If you have never seen an orange tree
wit,h fruit on It, it Is wort,h going to see.
A 6 room house withini two blocks
from public squnare. A 1)ply to
1mi. t&f. 0. 1L. Scbumpert.
We handle Wiley's
What adds more to
the appearance of a
well dressed woman
than a Stylish and Be
coming Hat? Call on
the Riser/Millinery Co.
before purchasing and
see the newest things
'in Millinery and Neck.
Never to mr
We increase o
goods at honest i
of wearable, look
Th , ntere;,s
tamn the.ir confidA
Not a Lvng S
We got a case (
facture. They at
Cost $2.50 to mT
Now as ever on t
25 and 50 Cents
MILL PRICES fo
THE FROSTS su
DRESS SHIRTS '
AT $1.00 AND $12
HATS! HATS ! Our c
Notice to Oreditors.
A. inwellI, dci ca-d. u Iare heeby I..
9-lireP It) iOJhIqf 1' Iii I r. i -i I i r
*at inur cle bef. re m nc i or lusfor, I o' t, nlL
herc 2, 190I, 11. II. iCi!KA lId,
Alaste'sc Oflie:. Nov 9, 1901.
Notice of Final Setlek
ment and Discharge.
1TOT(l I Sl 18 Il;imlBY G.IVI':N
. . th t I w1i Inske aw c final - . -
in'ent onthe es'taIte 0iI 'l bO G. Ala.% hi,
r Ice 'd in tno Pr'onate "Court for
Ne w ber o In'V.1f V S. C., onesh,
the 10. h das of I) 3cembi er, A . 1). 190)1,
at 11 o'dolck c. iio., nne will in nu ci -
al.elIy the'reafter an cply ftr b tiers- dIi.
o iner. M1 A. CA 11i,1 I,E,
Nov , 191. Accuini-ctractor.
AMcn'a all wool suit., $5 03 ct.WoAc.n,a
>rice3. Ourh~ v toC
able C io h n n
nice-Th j C3orne
Ba'.ai Pocket E7
)f Boys' SuIl thi
e Double- ra
aike--Sell a 22.
Full hoI ll:,
, tPlaids and t
h2rc ofor' unhr
op in FOOT VVE
--Good Ch Irien'
gh cut~ Rsc-Ko. * .
r Dornestic Shyeo
RWEAR 75 cent:
hirts thatu rival t
;ales clearly sh'ov
Notio to (irediors
llorl 1 .0 0 ii ' . -i l ;ll'- .I);. ,i \. .
iii oii n I'ii . I,n . ii IIo; II., i I I, ..
I i Ell i . <>ii I < .-1 ,' 5 I E I:, - , I
loo fl' [ 'iiall i an -' b- ELf
he I '.! I ) , .1 i wi tii i,- .' .. a . .
j 'n d, a *r j- i 1 i . ' ii - II, in, ii Iii
i. l Wh )o \lea.
JINotiic f j icilcc. m igM c
10'I : h da'iof 3. 'A . \ A I) 1.1
Tts not Backed by Facts!
L merit. We protect the people
;upl)1ying their wants with honest
in trade is our unrivalled stock
ci Shoes at reachable prices.
are our interests. We work for
them that we may continue to re
r Stone of our Business.
'ok Appealing one PItknh
Ou t BOys Clothing,.
s week at less than cost of manu
,.d Plaids. Sizes up to 14 years.
B ck Clay Suits $7.50
for these high class Worsteds.
A R. Stock reduced by deserving
NY HOE VALUES!
ion Sole, Waterproof, no rough
s or Lace--Worth $2.75.
)ne Dollar Stylish Ladies' Shoe.
5 Jamieson's Brogans--you know them.
) Lil'y .Bracket, "Burt and Packard," "All
SAmi:n-ca."' The leading creations in dressy
ting --4-4 Sheeting 5 cents.
~--Cotton Shirts at 25 to 50 cents.
3 to $2.00 per garment.
he rainbow in beauty of colors.
that we are hatters to the people.
Head to Foot lothier.
At irM a Fal adI Wizitar Stock ofllotIiig~
I ~SMns flism adFtirlisliiigs.
n't1 )l tailk very ichl ablr)ut low p)rieen but, whIen it
C1e : " Ej i;li ty weC hiave som)ethinJg to say. It l8Is bee
-in( e gog intof busiiness to sell (.lot hing, Shioes, l1Ints, ie.,
unde) uI ip strict ly first-classM, and1( whib iwill wear al look
siy\lish~l to t lhe per'fect satisfactioni of thIe buiyer,
WE HAVE NEVER BEEN UNDERSOLD WHEN
THE QUALITY WAS OONSIDr.RED.
The pubbo can depen upon us8 for (loth ing, Shoes, IHats
an rishig hatare~ new? and up-lto-dlate Voey (lay inl
IHE EWART-PIFER CO.,
Under The Newherry Hotel.