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USDOD'S Creek Church
There will be communion services at
Cannon's Creek Church next Sabbath.
A sermon will be preached on Saturday
mornig preceding and two on Sabbath.
At thehomeof the bride's parrents on
last Wednesday evening Mr. Graves I.
Jones and Miss Annie Jones, daughter
of Mr. Levi Jones, all of the city. Rev.
K. R. Pendleton officiated.
A Poor Performanc-.
"A Runaway Match" was presented
to a sman audience in the opera house
Saiurdaynight. There were no good fea
tnes and there were none especially
rotten. It was simply a poor perform
Dr. rimm n the City.
Dr. L Crim, the eye specialist, who
on a former trip made so many friends
in Newberry, is in the city. He has
ame again to look after Newberry
eyes. He has stacks of good testimo
dils~ but says the testimonial of which
he is most proud is his former work.
Desh of CorneIa tarrell.
After a continued iMness, Cornelia,
the M1te daughter of Mr. ad Mrs.
W. T. Harre, died at the residence of
Mr. and'Mrs. Os. Wells, in this city,
Fri afternoon, aged one year. In
terment at Rosemont Saturday after
no. The funeral services were con
dAted by Rev. W. L Herbert.
Died FO= Wound ID Foot.
Fortune Satterwhite, the negro who
gmce time ago, while working on the
iewerage system near the septic tank
at the Malloban mill, accidentally stuck
apik through his foot, died on Friday
Aa the effects of the wound. The
p"ik went through the foot immedi
at* behind the lage toe, pinnmg it
to the ground, Blood poison set m,
Death of a Little Girl.
thel,daughter of Mrs.Proctor Todd,
id at ber home near Pomaria yester
day afternon, aged 5 years. She had
m seriously ill with congestion since
rIy morning, and this was the cause
dth. The ramginamwill be in
trzid in Rnsemont this afternoon at 5
o'clock. Dr. E. P. McClintock and
by . 1. Long will conduct the ser
iesat the grave.
Ma azepItect 00sopaunr Comng
dA annanal interest is manifested in
-~eappesrance here, on October 25th,
at the Brennan-Sale Company. This
e 1&7is a decided novelty and has
-drawn packed houses in other cities.
RIAni comedy has always taken well
10:randa good house is expected.
a One Christmana Eve," a bright and
roedn comedy, will be one of three
gramntaaon that evening.
AanaSuemaeu to Kugar Beet Orowers.
You are hereby requested to bring
spuihmens of beets as stipulated at
tim of distribution to my office on or
beoeOctober 25th, 1902. The sue-.
esful competitors under each class
enuscure respective premiums. The
'etsecmn will be forwarded for
hliMion to the agricultural associa
tic meeting, Columbia, Oct. 28 to 30.
Reeder and Tuague Released.
er habeas corpus proceedings, in
~aittedby Cole. L.Blease, Esq., Johni
Reeder and Henry Teague, negroes held
ase&.res in the murder of Mr.
EIdward A dams, on I. M. Smith's
Davis place in the upper part of the
coeny a few weeks ago, have been re
Iesmed from custody. Mr. Blease ap
peared before Associate Justice Y. J.
Pope in Reeder's behalf oa the 4th day
-of the present month, when Reeder
was released without Bail. Yesterday
afternoon he appeared in behalf of
Tesgue, when an order was secured for
Teague's release with bond for his ap
pearance at the next term of court.
Glentlemnen of the Jury.
The following jurors have been drawn
to serve at the Court of General Ses
sia to convene on Monday, the 30th
Thad Hunter, Bachmian Cromer, Win.
H. Sanders, W. Hilliard Long, Juli'us
J. Langford, Chas. W. Douglass, David
. Paysinger, Ben H. Caldwell, T. S.
EnHdson, Jno. P. Aldridge, W. W.
Spearman, W. W. Farrow, D. L. Weda
man, Jno. A. Niehols, J. W. Chapman,
Jno. C. Adams, C. D. Knight, Henry
B. Henbdrix, Emmett Cabaniss, Jno. W.
Dominick, D. G. Livingston, John E.
Wmilims, J. M. Taylor, W. D. Bun
drik, John Swittenberg, Frank De
ore, Jas. F. -Martin, J. C. Sample,
George Johnstone, Jas. H. Wise, Jacob
W. Crouch, J. Mark Dominick, A. D.
Stkes, Nathan E. Bowers, J. Will
Wite, W. A. Andrews.
At afayes's Drug store
Tis is just the season of the year
when throat troubles commence to be
come, prevnlent. Realizing this, Mr.
Mays has secured for his drug store a
full line of throat atomizers, which he
.does not hesitate to recommend for al]
troubles of this character. This is only
one of many facts which go to shovw
that Mr. Mayes studies the needs o1
his customers and keeps on hand fresi
supplies. Call and inspect his stock.
THE RISER MILLINERY CO
We s.ll the Ge Hait which il
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
Mrs. Mary A. Evans has returned to
Mr. J. N. Reeder, of Union, was in
the city Sunday.
Misses Lizzie and Cora Dominick are!
visiting relatives at Peaks.
Dr. Moses Huiett, of Union, was in
the city Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. E. S. Herbert, of Orangeburg,
is visiting relatives and friends in the
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Boozer, of Co
lumbia, are visiting relatives in New
Mrs. Janie Reagin is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Counts, in the lower part
of the county.
Mr. T. M. Wells and little daughter,
Ina, of Columbia, visited his parents in
the city Sunday.
T. B. Cothran, Esq., of Greenville, is
in Newberry in attendance upon the
court of common pleas.
Rev. C. M. Boyd will preach in the
Prosperity A. R. P. church next Sun
day morning 4t11 o'clock.
Mrs. J. L. Aull, who has been visit
ing relatives in the city, has returned
to her home in Greenwood county.
]r. J. H. Suber, of Bryan, Texas,
arrived in the city Thursday right on a
visit to his sister, Mrs. W. A. Hill.
The question of granting a franchise
to the Bell Telephone Co. will be con
sidered at meeting of city council to
President H. N. Snyder, of Wofford
College, will lecture in the Central
Methodist church Sunday morning at 11
The annual chrysanthemum show, by
the ladies of Aveleigh Presbyterian
Church, has been postponed to the 4th
Class football games are on at the j
college. The seniors were defeated by
the juniors yesterday afternoon to the
tune of 5 to 0.
Dr. Geo. B. Cromer went to Peaks
Sunday to deliver an address before the
woman's missionary convention at Mt.
Mrs. Dr. Jas. H. McIntosh, who has
been visiting relatives and friends in
Newberry, returned yesterday'to her
home in Columbia.
The Arion Male Quartette, under
the auspices of the Bachelor Maids, j
will appear in the opera house Thurs- i
Mr. Robert Norris and his mother, I
rs. Morris, went yesterday to Char- i
eston, where she will have an opera
tion performed upon her eyes.(
The Lutheran Synod.of South Caro. r
lina will hold its annual session with a
the Lutheran church at Little Moun
tain, Rev. J. K. Efird, pastor, this
Mr. 0. P. Wise, of Saluda, was in
the city yesterday. He leaves today
for New Orleans, where he will con
tinue his course in medicine in Tulane
Marie Corelli's "Wormwood" will be
presented in the opera house next
Tuesday night, October 28th, by a
strong company under the manage
ment of Aiden Benedict.
County Supervisor Schumpert says
that he has not given permission to any
one to haul sand from the public roads
and by advertisement in the paper to
day forbids any one to do it.
The municipal campaign up to this i
time has been very quiet. It is only
a month to the primary. The voter
should not forget that a town registra
tion ticket is necessary to entitle him
8UERfFF BUFORD Al WORK.
CapturE-f In Columbia a Negro Wanted in]
Newberry on Vartoua Charges.
Sheriff Buford went down to Colum
bia on Saturday night to take charge
of a negro for whom he has been look
ing for some time. The following in
reference to the capture is from The
State of Sunday:
"Sheriff M. M. Buford of Newberry
came to the city last night to take back
with him "a slick duck," John Gray,
alias John Livingston, alias John Hogi
die, a negro from Newberry County,
charged with various crimes. About
soven months ago the warrant for his
arrest was placed in Mr. Buford's
hands. A few days ago Sheriff Buford
learned that the negro wanted had
landed in Columbia. He at once pro
eeded to lay plans to catch him. Fri
day night he was caught in this city.
When arrested bIe was armed and
showed fight. It seems that he had
been in Virginia, North Carolina and
one or two other States. He said he
had come to Columbia to "take in" the
fair, but instead of taking in the fair
he will register today at Buford's hotel
Sheriff Buford when he once gets a
clue seldom fails to catch the party
Now is the Time to Buy Your
We have contracted with
Ballard & Ballard Co. for
several thousand Barrels
of Flour before the ad
vance. We are pressed
for room and will make
very low prices.
COURT OF '.OM1MON PLEAR.
specil Tcrm Convened Yes4terday Morii
-Sealwd Vaeriet iu Ca%p of Itt ev. s
vf. . outhern- Four Other ases
The special term of the Court <
Common Pleas ordered for Newberi
county convened in the court house ye
terday morning, Judge Izlar presidin,
The case of Thos. R. Reeves vs. TI
Southern railway, suit for $1,900 dar
ages, was first taken up. The damas
claimed was for injuries resulting fro:
a walk from Old Town to Newberr:
a distance of 13 miles, forced by fai
are of the Southern's night passeng<
train to stop at Old Town. It appeai
that on the 3d of July, 1900, Reeve
who was then working in the cottc
mill, in ,company with several frient
went to Old Town on a hunting tri]
Desiring to return the next night, thE
agged the train. The train failed i
;top and plaintiff was forced to wall
For this walk, from these causes, I
A sealed verdict was rendered la;
Four persons were with Reeves o
iis trip and each separately entere
;uit for a like amount, on the san
,rounds. These four cases were bunche
nd taken up together yesterday aftel
ioon and will be continued this morr
ANOYRER BANK FVI PtR. PoERITY.
Nalioval Baok o.in u) b1i Orgauize4
with a UapiLal of 925,000.
A National Bank with a capital stoc
of $25,000, will be organized in Pros
erity in the very near future. Thi
vill make the second bank organized i
rosperity during the year. Nothin
:ould speak in stronger terms of th
ive and progressive spirit of the citi
ens of the sister city.
tEW4;uAGiK sYSTEM COMPLETED.
sptic Tank* Are Finished and Frivat
Connections Can Now be Made.
The sewerage system has been com
leted and is now ready for connec
ions. Mr. Beddoes within the pas
ew days has finished work on the sep
ic tanks and put the system as a whol
n proper working order. He is noi
nxious that a few connections, a
east, be 'made in the city immediatel;
n order that the work may be tested
The connections at the Mollohon mil
tave already been made and everythini
s working beautifully.
As yet, no rules and regulations uri
[er which private connections may b
nade, have been public by the Commis
ioners of Public Works.
In Interesesting Programn at the Centra
Methodist Church Sunday Morning,
Sunday was Children's Day at the Ce!
ral Methodist church. These exercise
ire always of great interest to the cor
~regation and to the people of the cit
~enerally, and on Sunday mornmng th~
hurch was crowded. The exercise
onsisted of songs and recitations b
he children of the Sunday School, an~
he interesting program was excelleni
y rendered throughout.
A special collection for missoni
tmountng to $12.72, was taken.
Following is the program:
Invocation by choir, and prayer b~
Song-"Blow ye the trumpet", b~
Song-"Good news comes o'er th
;ea", by school.
Recitations-"A greeting", by Pieri
3aillard; "Children's Day greeting'
y Rebecca Wicker; recitations b
Margaret Davis, Louise Jones, Bess:
Elunter and Pearl Matthews.
Song - "Bringing the world i
Christ", by school.
Recitations-"I'mn needed," by Jani
'homason; "All for Jesus," by Ra:
mnond Reeder; "What Johnnie gave."
Song- "All around the world," I
Questions and Answers- "Inform
tion about Brazil."
Solo- "Come over and help us," 1
Recitations- "Have ye heard?" 1
Annie Ray; "The silver and the go
are mine," by Ammie Taylor; "Elsie
prayer," by Renna Reeder.
Song- "Gather the harvest in,"
Recitations- "What they do in Cl
a," by Sarah White; "An Americ;
boy," by Day Wright; "The little lar
lighters," by Frank Davis; "A litt
lesson in arithmetic," by Doni
White, Carlisle Herbert, Regina W~
lams, Louise Taylor.
Solo-"Dost thou love Him?" byEi
Recitations- "Heart to heart,"
ucil Cavanaugh; "In the sih'
plate," by Tilla West.
Song by primary class.
Recitations- "Children who worsl
idols," by Etta Shelly; "Lenor's mi
box," by Anna Cavanaugh; "A bi
bee," by Ernestine Wicker; "The fi
get-me-nots," by Hattie Herbert, Ka
len Tarrant, Lizzie Tarrant, An:
FFanklin, Louise Taylor.
IMr. . M. Jamieson In this issue ci
special attention to his line of gei
cltigrh u lt f hs go
clthing welkonbThe quality of Nod
boerry none any thesonilerfeN
carryito eeryhn n isimnal here
barest qualiyhn anda prics toit pf
best conditio ns. tpie t utp
re To Get New Goods at Lowest Prices At 4
We started out to do the biggest clothing business ever at-M
ttempted here. We bought the biggest stock to do it, and the way
we are selling the goods -far surpasses our expectations.,-.
OuiClt-b.rc,is the best that is ma&! Onr valueF are the greatest on earth! Our prices are the lowest in the
Thme Reason is Plain. State"! APW-,Ro the peopli, will buy at the
The Big Dry Goods Emporiumi and Shoe House of Newberry!
aedoing business every day, not for one day, find we rpalW3' tiw fact that h-inpit, sqnare dt;aliuig always pays iQ the end, and the pRotn'le know
WE it to be true that Jamioson Lews to the line; let the cbipF; fall wbere they may.
SSome Clothing dealers will se.11 you a suit at $16.50, and claim it is a $20.00 Suit. Yqu get the same value for
s$15.00 at Jamieson's; and the humbug bargain-makers will chargeayou $18.50 for a Suit of the same kind.
Look at Oujr 1,immense tock of Cl oth Ing FO SUCH GOOD VALUES
tiE AS THESE:
$5.00 value Wool Men's Suit for $3.90. i
1$6.50 value Wool Men's Suit fo'r $5.00.Bi Lo ofS'sa HlfP ce
$io.oo value splendid Men's Sui.t for $..5o.
Our $io.oo Suit is a great find. It is the best $io-oo Suit for the A few Suits carried over from last season which we cut the price in
money ever sold by us or any other store in the State. half. $16.50 Suit for $8.5o, others in proportion on down to $8.50 for
t iP2 Saeo1at:: m ti~ Seil 4.25. Job lot of Odd Pants going also at Bargain Prices.
Is The finest line of Dress Suits and Business Suits ever turned out by
30 ParPat that we are rushing off. WVe bought themi the best tailoring. Our Suits at $12.5o and $i8&o have all the quality
gretes Pat Sal eve at barain anIea mkigtih for appearance, value, fit and wear, and nobody who wears clothes
seen ~ ~ -- iU Nebrr,a D,t 11-smut all goA
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the I GAUTIONDr Grimm's Spectacles are never peddled. Dr. Crimm has n~
*es- agents and he does not travel through the country, and any one repi esenting u r ELAND BRO TH ERS.
himself for same is a fraud. Don't miss this opportunity to call on him 'rho Cheape~t Stc~re iii 'rc)w12..