Newspaper Page Text
NEWBER YS. C.
CONSUMPTION COUSH OR COL!
BRON CHITIS Throat Aectn
Or any Dblse"se trere the Throat and Lungs
are InLJlmrezr, ack of Strenjth or Nereo
1'ower, you can. be relicred and Cured by
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Ask for Scott's Emud,iont. an4 let no ez
planzatio, or solicitationa induce yotu to
accept a s,bvtitute.
Solhl by all Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE.Chomists, N.Y.
jtr1i)>ErT IN CHURCH.
Soe .%l%ice Iow to Iiehtve Youzr,el.f amd
IIaVr Otlwr People io L.ikewi:e.
The editor of the ,Si'ndry- S t
'his received the followin,g(jUry, and
referred it to Rourt J. irdette for an
E ' ii t'i l ' 1i: t Z ' iS }:: . ii i . i8 i 1 O
--nwo* :c . --se eno In .
Inquirer'' knocked at the right door
for inltruction. The Sunday-School
'iIIes I ureau (-f iuf')rmation is the
touintainii-head ft,r eneylcopedial know
1tdge. The editor answers all the hard
(iuestions hi:nself, and the easy ones
are turned over to the wandering dea
(on iwh() happens along just as the
qtiotntii b)ox iS oI+enle( a11nl the birds
beginl to) ri.
lHow\ shall we behave ourselves in
church? Oh, wvli. it depends sone
what on the ciurch we atteli. Each
has its own' rules, careiully coditied, for
the Iuiditnee of t'e m"iembtuiers in their
attitude towarl each other and toward
strangers who may seek to worship
with them. These in s are hung up
in the pews. oil the walls'f the church,
on ti:e front of the pul.pit, over the
choir, every where, in pa in sight. They
are not printed on card,]-board, but are
nmale ' plain upon tab!es, that lie may
run that readeth it;" an .1 that is just
what he Wants to do sometimes. The
regular occupants of the pews, by Iman
ner, expression of counittnance, by sig
nificant gesture and action, .translate
these unwritten rules so clearly that
everv man may hear thmem speak in
his own hogiuage, and "the wayfaring
mleni. though fools, need nit err there
The next time your journey leaves
vou stranded in tihe great and delight
lul city of New Chicorkadelphi on the
Sab'oath day, if you should go to the
church of Saint Iudolence,-I can re
commenid it as having the slowest sing
ing~ anid thle softest pew cusions, n ith
a preacr to match, in the city.-you
will see the foling "i 'Suggestions to
"Fall or slide into the end of the pew
nearest the aisle.
'Do not sit erect, but lopi. Rest one
elbow on the arm of the pew, anid sup
p)ort the side of the face with the out
snreadI hand. If the cheek can he
pushed up in fols and wrinkles, so as
to wholly or partially close one eye, all
intelligent expres.slon will be destroyed,
and the attitude of tutter and disre
spectful laziness will be heightened by
the charm of acijuiredl imbeeili ty or
natural stui ityV.
'io not rise durn g the singing of
the hymvn. The fact that you played
tennis or bias-i-il all Saturdaty after
nioon!. <. wailked four or live miles
ai.OmUl a billiard-tale S:iturdlavy night,
,*:iitci s.von to a little rest Smt:day
morning;u. Tlii i= the day of rest, and
"T[ake adva'1 nc of the lon pra Vzyer',
whenli ithier peole shoubll hiave their
cVy e close amll theirx heads boweXVd, to
adjulst your'self inito a poisitionl oif limp
anloungittig listlessness that you canl
emiuriie en:nf,rtab:ly throughnl the ser'
-!'xtend your: legs a- far under the
new inl front of you as vou can~ make
lhemI re:-c with' iut sliingt ol' vonur
"(;racefuly andi poli:el.y cover your
durini the sermo n. If th~e mnist er is
lo okin Z azt you,i el ver' thle mou1!th with
boithi hands. :xi!, at the close oft the
yawn, bring your jaws together with a
"It is a mark oif the lhihest cultuire
an~d test hr,einiug ini retinied soeiety, to
look at your watch fre iuenitly during
th servi. .\fter lookingz. at youri
wvatch, alwVay- tur you ~r hezod:xiai itaze
loninglyt' and e iarknes tl taand the
--Ier i, :.:dv a :- ,ae t Ian-er, e.m
p mi niy a,o s. ranner hor ay
te: oenter ythreew.li rmi a i t them
to evn .I r en1 hr 'ir n :uiertihow
Nong : : . e ae aavon to 'hi- h
Lonit.. h, .-n tin.i alO thd hiinrient are
web-(m' . (if at , ntot ideri than eved of
umyi~cs i ave sta:i'oned plce Itf iey
ponte, ~t -a seat, hne Xvuplagain(tthe
back ot the ouw rwhie ntarfereily of
otaner, aie:g Si i enter abIt sepral
ired in'11 oei~ enhurncheio bt we he
-1 ioylneot anoy tsrers whe elof)
et nee the rey look t the m,te ~o
or en inneig hidrcin
Nothin be o'eu emrUcr;u inr tiota'n
hid t:t voprsn than to tin aremself. as
real wantd seat, o hiowill riskon
'le oie. oe of the abd i lstilcl
ti iial preference will lead you to wor
:1ip in, the imlpo sing edifire of the
church of Saint Dives of Giltedge. I
have gone to that church occasionally
~On hot Sundays in July, when I was
1ifarful of sunstroke and couldn't afford
to I-uit ic on my head. Th'lie suggestions
here are far more scriptural in form,
and are so up-lifting that the ordinary 1
man is so buoyed up that he finds it t
a!most impossible to sit down.
"The earth is the Lord's, for he made
it: but this pew is mine, for I pay $70) 1
a year for it.
"How hardly shall they that trust in
poverty get a sitting on the centre
"The poor ye have always with you,
hut you cal get away from them a lit
tle while on Sunday.
"He that keepeth his pew, keepeth
"As a bird that wanderetht from her
nest, so) is a stranger who wanderetli
into a church without an invitation.
"Give mne neither poverty nor pov
"The rich and poor meet together,
but not on the saine day.
"'But as for the migi,hity man, he
had the earth' (.Job 22 8.
"Blessed is the man that consideretht
the poor a nuisance.
",If thou hast nothing to pay, why
should he not stand thee up in the ves
"It is a cold day for the stranger.
"He that giveth his seat toastranger,
of a surety lie shall smart for it.
"If thou hiast stricken thy hand with
a stranger. thou art snared with the
words of thy mouth."
Or it may he that you will be led into
the Church of Saint Greedy Ownself,
whence you will probably run before
you get through reading the tablet.
"Come early, and secure your own
pew before anybody else can get into
"'ount your hymn-books carefully
the first thing.
"If one is missing,-the old one with
the backs torn off, crane your neck in
various directions. looking into the
neighboring pews for it.
"If you cannot find it, take the best
one within reach, in place of it. This is
a Christian duty. Paul says, 'If any
provide not for his own, he is worse
than an infidel.'
"Hold one hymn-book in your hand,
and sit on the others until the rest of
your family arrive. Look pious all the
time. If you see any one looking around
for a hymn-book, bow your head upon
the back of the pew in meditation, and
they won't disturb you. Besides. it is
a proper attitude, and that is what you
are here for.
"When your family is supplied, if
there is one book over, hide it under
the cushion. If you lend it, you may
never see it again.
'Leave strict orders with thme sexton
to seat no one in your pew, as you mlay
bring friends to church with you. (H-e
knows you haven't a friend in the
world you would share anything with,
but never mind.)
"IJf you find a stranger in your pew,
stare at hint until he wvalks out. If hie
won't walk out, sit down and make it
pleasant for him. Crowvd hini into the
corner. Push all the Bibles and hymn
books iuto the other end of the p)ew.
Turn your back on him wvhen you rise
to sing, and sing loud out of your own
book, holding it so that he can't see. If
he is one of these prayer-meeting Chris
tians who knows the hymn-book by
beart, when he begins to sing, do you
stop singing and look at him, very
much as a cat might look at a robin.
"If the stranger should come in late,
and ask you for the number of the
hymn, or for the text, look out of the
window. Or, if you desire to be elab
orately but chillingly polite, say 'I
dunno.' If, after service, he ventures
to say that lie enjoyed the sermon, say
'Hub' and hturry awvay. He may want
to borrow mioney of you.
"Should the pastor ask you who
were the stranigers in your pew. say
you dIon't know and yotu doni't care,
but you hope they'll sit somewhere
else if ever they come again. Say this
so the strangers wilt hear it. Then
they will wvond(er how on earth you
can get such line clothes on over your
bristles without tearing them all to
"I oman with a child gets iinto
yorpe,glr at the child every time
the little oiie moves. Whlen you speak
of it to your neighbor, a mian whiomi
yott really love-bas a night-latch on
his pew-door-call the child a brat.
Smile p)leasantly when yo hear the
sexton trigtoca your (log out of
the churchi. That dog is too cute for
anything. Might let hin stay in; lie
wotld n't bother anIybod'y."
And, again, it may be that by somec
mistake you stumble into the ( h urch
of the Samiaritans. You have no deal -
ings with these fellows, and you would
back nut ais soon as von see where yo
are going: but the Samnaritanls are u ide
awake, with somelR veryVi n.formal ino
tios a bout chi ureh et i<iuet te. TIhme sex
ton,s:tingimL on the porch, sees you aire
a stranger. and' the minute .vou pautse
b mesitaitingly in froint oft the chur'b youi
ar-hi-. H" hypnmotizes youi with a
oeni doo,r almo0" before you l kow it
An old deacon in the vestiimnh- Jums y~iou
by the hiand at once, anmd initrodu'e
you :o 'our chtur.ch ecrk,'' add im iiai
lie raches your part of thle initrod u
tion" I don't exacetly know your iame.
-as though lie used to know it like a
book, anid iias a. pretty good iinkling of
it now, but can't qjuite latce you. An
usher at each door is ready for you
there is a perfect picket-line of sexton
and deacons aind ushers along tihe front
of the Church of the Samaritans; not
t, keep people oa t, but to bring them
i: it isn't a fort, it's a hospital; it's a
man.trap. baited wvith Christian court-)
esy, and the manm who is caught there
never tries to get away. Thle older you
are, the better seat you get : if you just
hint to the young fellow who is lead
iig you forward thbat your hearing is a
ittle "near-sighted" he'll get you the
est seat in the house, if lie has to as'k(
sresident Samaritan to give it to you.i
You get comifortably seated, and some-<
oxy pushes a hassoek toward you: a
hild fromi the next pew hands you a
ymn-book; an old lady puts a Bible
uto your hands. The minister lo~ks j
I.: N'.- - u
'' 1 - I
I I. &..
tor 1 - *
Drggst, ipma'sC Thk AVANNH,GA
-,' rver n~
Tocr lse ic k IIaah,osi
patio, 31lari, I.ver ompl int s.
DKgitS, Lt "'TV Bl7k "HSRAVAREA
Orulist, Lipp-~' (Z!o \. SAANAHOA
insure in ol ! -:1: - ">- n
1 2*5 ll -- . -i et l ': tl '
To ure ri.o -es, &c:: aac herCon
}Pa:7.n, a iver C:opint takef 1
thed s ate a:.y terti em ed:y, N
Prce- eer is 25o pestre Grayi
t youA1 as tmugi le 1 ee yll r
i.re and wa-; "lad to 'e jeu in.
Ilkfure vont "CL faili\" out Id. th'" l"V'
.fter service, somebody ha- you by the
lanld, telling you lie is glad to see you
here, the pastor is asking you to c, iome
ga ii, the usher is telling you the hi,ur
>t' eveiing service, the su,erintetleit'
s iving y I an invitation to -t:iy t
;ulndaV-sehool, and lhein. a little
tshamlted of the way YoU felt Vhle: yo
ried to back out, vott say, rather
neekly, that you are a ilieiiboer of tih e
:lurch of Jerusalemu yourself, I hey soy.
-eassuringly, :c'. , that's all righlt'
here isn't iuh ditlrenec bet wecin
he Samar itans and th e ('hureh of Je
-usaleii now; lots of your pC(pl droop+
it and see us oil tleir way to -l"iclo
.he deacon tells you ''he gut the b'e t
vife in the world out of the Chur b of
Jerusalem'; and so von have a goi
ime, and go away with sueh a gi' w at
our heart that if it wasin't Sunday,
uid in town, you'd take oi your cc,:it.
You see, it is just here; the Samarl
tans feel at home in their cliir+ih, :d
onlseqjuently they know just 'w t'
make strangers feel at homlle there. It
is their Father's house, and they col,
duct themselves there as easily. cor
dially, naturally, as children at home.
A church of that sort has a home-like
atmosphere the visitor recognizes and
enjoys. Any guest can tell the family
living-room from the "sfquare-room"
with his eyes shut. The trouble with
some of our churches is that the memll
bars frequent them so seldom they
have a cat-in-a-strange-garretty feeling
themselves when they do go, and are
consequently awkward and constrain
ed in their efforts to make the stranger
feel welcome-very much as I should
probably act if, being a chance visitor
at the palace, I should attempt to re
ceive Queen Victoria's guests in thc
drawing-room, while she finished bioi
luncheon of bread and honey in tl.c
Get acquainted in your own11l church:
feel at home there yourself; get int<
the habit of frecuentting the house dur
ing the week; and on Sunday attend
both services and the Sunday-sehoo,l
see how easily the "workers'' of the
hive and the little peopl, receive and
entertain guests-and you wiU son+
find yourself as cordial and warn
hearted as those fellows over in thit
church of the Samaritans, and won
ask for a letter of introduction awl
countersigned credentials before pass
ing a hymn-book to a stranger. An(
remember always the injunction o
Peter, "an apostle of .Jesus Christ,'
writing "to the strangers scattere<
throughout Pontus, ( Galatia, ('appado
cia, Asia and lbithynia"-"Finilly, bi
ye all of one lnlid, having compIlassioi
one of another, love as lbrethren, h1
pitiful, be courteous."
Bryn Mawr, Pa.
When there is uniusual clearness ii
the atmosphere, and objects are seei
very distinctly, there will probably b
rain. WVhen clouds are gathering to
ward the sun at setting, with a ros:
liue, they foretell raiin.
Evening gray and imorninig red.
Put on your hat or you'll wet your head
If raiin commences before dlay it wvi
stop b)efore S a. im. ; if it begins abou
noon it wvill continue through lie after
noon1 ; it not till 5 p. m1. it will ran
through the nuight ; if it clears otff inti
night it will raini the next day.
If it raini before seven
It will clear before eleven.
If it rains before sunrise expect a fail
afternoon. If it rainis whleni the sut
shines it xwill rain the next day. I
clouds appear in the south, expeel
Rain from the south prvets tha
But rain from the west is alxvays best
When raiin comies froni the xwest il
will not continue lon1g. If rain falh
diring an east wind it will continue
full day. Itf an asseimblage of smza!
clouds spread out oi'r beonme thicikei
clouds foretell ra i. D)a k eloudn s i
the west at sunrise inadiente r;din o
that day if the sky after tinte weathI (
becomes heavy xwit Ih smiall louds, x
Eveinig red arnd no rninzg gray
Will set the traveller on his w:yi;
Evening gray and mornoinizg red
Will brinig down rain iuon hizs heal
f there is a fleecy sky, nuiiless driveni
northwest, expect rain. (louds !!oat
ig low en ough to cast sh ad'ows oni thle
ground are ustually fol I by rain.
A (eloudly sky
Will not leavF ig dry.
if clouds o9" rain wvilh
Two curret jeate up
proaeing rain. v '1ky at
sunset presages r, ~ I.' iat I t
erally ini oppos(ite <. ' xp r
is fllowed byv rain.
A iuin-k'irl sky.
Not t wenity-biur h.our-drhy.
Wheni a genaer:l e-lcnuine-s covers
indlerath,. thley indieicate c r:c a. andl
prbabnlyi it. wil it betci n~ jg. iin is
fi water fowl1se.: n mo're - a
y.sz. and lunge into water, it is a
a igin that r-aizznimy he expeted
Mr. Cox Saiti the Word.u
l-romz the St. P atil Pioneer-Press.]~
1he folloxving lit tle anecdote shouws
lie ready wit of the late S. S. ('ox. It
vas during his visit at H-uruon, S. D).,
hat a young lady accomplaniedh by her
est young mian was initro<dnced to the
tnored guest. E-xtenidinhg her haznd
o him, she said very gushingly:
''Oh, Mr. Cox, I am so glad to kniox
rou ar.d hear you speak. .Just say one
vord, one single little word. t hat I can
y I have heard your voice."
T'le roguish statesmanIi squeczed tein
lerly the soft xvhite hand that was laid
ni his, glanceed at t he facees of th e younzg
oulde stanidinzg before himi, andc in a
xeet, low vo(ice' sail :
Tris unnecessary to state that the day
mas soon named.
DO YOU KNOW .AT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY ('AR1( IZAGES, CLOCKS,
lirr ors, Pictures, I)inner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
C'omiforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one artices needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy them in Augubta?
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar value for every dollar paid.
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every
neighborhood in the qiuickest possi
ble m anner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, con1sist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One lBureau with glass,
One \Vash-stand, One centre Table,
Four eane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
trod uee my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your Rt.. i., depot, all
For Only $J650,
When the cash comes with the
rBE.SIDES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
.wool, running in price from the
cheapest tip to hundreds of dollar
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No. 2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieccs, walnuitit frames, uipholstered
ini pl ush in pop)ular colors, crinson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
bandi(ed or in comin ination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a large number of themx at
a han krupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this tine plush suite
all charges paid by mec to your near
est R. R. depot for i$33.0. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
aind styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Ia wa.lniut sprinIg seat lounge, re
dhuced tromu 60.004 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up complete for $11.50 all
charges paid to your depot, or a 53
hole range with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stock ot cooking stoves ini the city,
includinig the (G'uze door stoves
aiid Raang&s and the CHARTER
OAK ST1OVE~S with patent wire
gauze doors. I am dleliverinig these
sto' es everywhere all freight
charges paid at the price of an
ordinry stove, while they are far
sum perior to anmy other stoves made.
Full particulars by mail.
100) rolls oft maittinlg 41) yds to the
rolh $5 75 per roll.
1,04) Co)rn:ce Poles 25ets. each.
1.ono Winiow Shades 3x7 ueet on
h pring ro.llecr anud fringed at 37.1 ets.,
each. You muist p)ay your own
lfreight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades aiid (locks- Now see lhere,
I canniot gnlate youi everythiing I
have got in a si ore c ditaininmg 22,00
feet of hloor roomi, besides its an
lnexes an factorye 1 ini ianother part
of the towni. I shall bie pleasedI to
se'id yot u anythuing above men
tinledl, or will ser'( lily
P ('alogu e free if youi will say you
saw this adv~ert isemuent ini THmE
H Iii .1i .A N I) N Ews, P u bdlied at
Newberry, S. C.
No .roods sent C. o.* )., or on conl
simnentcii. I refer you to the edlitors
and publ dishers of this parper or to
any b'ank in i oncler! in Auigusta,
or to tIh SiuthI erin Express Co.. all
of wheoni knhow inie personally.
L F. PADGETT,
S1:111 .1I. 112 F'r -ad Street,
teguta.- - Georgia.
Pr prib tar of Phadgett's Furni
ture, St ve, a ni ( arpet St ores.
Fact oryu~. I I.urrisn St.
One box of these pills will save many
dollars in doctor's bills. They are
specially prepared as a
and supplies a want long felt. They ree
more unhealthy accumulations from
the body, without nausea or griping.
Adapted to young and old. Price,25c.
SOLD EVERMV W E1RE.
Not being :ide to meet the ma:i}"
readlers of this paper face to Ice, i ut
ha'laf lmatt lf theIrn,st iroi>ortan:e l
t' lav' before v-ou one and all. I head
this ~artic"le 'er-onal." in the hope
t hat youIt in:Iy iive rny wodrds thesamle
careful attnt in hut you would doubt
less grant m.e if I Were aile to call upon
Let line tell you. It is in regard to
the purchase of g_ooos in my line, nec
et--arv 10r vur colitfort and happIness.
Mv sto:k is a large and varied assort
mient of roodls of all grtades, extendin
over a -wale of prices wich enables
every visitor t, lin1d an article to their
taste in quality and4 value. You Will
find these goods cut iii the mo)(st fashion
able styles, in Saeks, ('Unaways. Prince
Arthur awl Prince Albert. I want
you to reiember that tlwe( g,oods are
made up with those -atelt square
shoulders and gu:irunt'c I to ?it as well
as etlstoti made ("lotiiiig. When you
coie to my store ask to see the D)oub,le
I;reastedl Iounid-- Cut Sack, the latest
and nobbiest cut of the season.
This delartinelit is now Iilled with
the llut ele;gait line of goods I have
ever shown. I"tl'erwear in all weights
and at all prices. from t he cheapest to
the finest. Shirts, ('ollars anid ('ufls
purchased of rTe will not ontly be of
the latest styles but extra iii finish,
make and stren"th of mrateIa:l.
I am showing a first-class line of
goods in this departmlent, conlsistilg
of all shapes and colors.
I have a full line of medium and
fine shoes, Trunks and Satchels in
If yot can't comle anti inspect Iy
sto(ck, write re and I wril! try to suit
M. L. KINARD,
Jchn Esten Cooke.
\ historic story,
whi c hhas been
oGut oif print, andi
has been such a
great demand is
now issued as a;
tions. There has
never been a
book throughout the Southern States than "SUnax
OI'EAGLE's NEirT." Mlany years have passed since
the thrilling scenes herein recounted of the
deeds of valor of the Confederate Soldier, yet
the interest, by those who fought with Ashiby,
Stuart, Johnston. Beauregard, Jackson and Lee,
in the cause for wvhich they so desperately and
bravely battled, wilt r.ever grow less. This
thrilling story pictures not alone joy and sorrow,I
an d a love sweetly told, but is nlied with historic
incidents of the great contest between the South
and the North. Here is a book for the old Ex
Confederate, to recall to him the vivid scenes of
the greatest Civil war ever known, to call back
his own campaigns, and tell him of the mighty
Chieftains, dear to the memory of every one who
wore the Gray,
-Surry of Eagle's Nest " will find a welcom e
In every Southern home. That it may he within
the reach of every one, it is published at ther.ow
PRICEOF' $2, though a LARGOE, nANDSOME VOLUME,
BEAUTFUYLLLY IlLUSTnATED AND ELEGANTLY BOUND.
SOLD ONLY BY SUJBSCRIPTI0N.
Columbia, S C.
for either a visiting card or a
mammoth poster. We have
facilities for printing
Vifsiting C ar ds
Invelo ? .
Minutes of Meetings,
The -New York newlp-ape:- are
w:ttehing (.'i. tg -. -trtg;les 1 ith her
wlori'ds fair'. (l, the :0,lt,00.0 0 Sillh
scribed ill the city only $', 00, tO c:in
he reali.ed. atnd the only hope tlw :ip
pears to be _5.tyrlt fr)un the State,
in bonds, a:<1 5, , from the Fed
eral governnwnt. naking a e:apital of
I't"rishable and other freiiit is:tceu
nlulati:g r :rpidly at Lexington. Ky.,
the swi telunenit in the ( 'i itin.ti SoUthl
ern yard there having otrnk oi griev
ances. En;ginl'ers on the road rfIse to
haul freight handle(i iy scabs. The
road is losin- ,)14I a day.
'.:eaceeaknes. l'ositiv: Cure.
To Tril: E'T,Ri::
Please iniformi your readers that I
have a positive renmedy for the thousanld
and one ills which arise from deranged
fernale orgatns. I shall be gald to send
two bottles of my remedy Fai-: to any
lady if they will send their Exirssand
P. 0. address. Y-ours respectfully., ).
J. B. MARRCHII-1, 1-:: (=enesce St.,
Utica, N. Y.
FIR E, CYCLON ES AN D
E WO'LD RF.S'ECTFULLY
uointorm the iblic that we are pre
pared to insure pro>erty ;igailist lotss Ly
Fire, Cyclones and Torn:adoes.
Your patront ig is solieited.
I;UJTON & \VILSON, Agents.
Newberry, S. C.
WINTHROP TRAINING SCHOOL
FOR IFACIILb, COLL0}IBII, S. C.
T I 0l.O 'G II NO1 AL IN
struction and practice in best tueth
ods of teacliig. Open to girls over 1s
years old. Session1 begins Septenmber
2:l. Graduates secure good1 positions.
Each county is given twoselolarships;
one b)V the State worth l.5: and one by
the school worth 8o. Address
1). B1..JOH NS( N, Suip't.,
(oluntbia, S. C.
To the People of Newberry
and Surrounding Counties:
I-IAV1! RESMIED THE PRAC
tice of Medicine in all of its
branches, and will attend calls at all
hours of the day or uight in town or in
the country. Special a tention given
to the treatment of I)iseases of Fe
nales, and to (Chi ronie diseases of all
kinds, incluting Irt Nasal Catarrh,
I)yspepsia, Skin diseases, lieuniatisna,
Piles, etc., etc., etc.
Otlice for the present at miy resi
dence. SMM POL', 1 ).
Mlay Li, 1Si1.
0 ~~=Ii;mIm 5
'FineCalfand aned, Waderpro Grain.
he elence and prie <alitie o btso.
cannoebte hwnta ytestogcdre
u neuallead foLac Watdpoofurabi.
Thec.50lnc Go dearin aiiseefstandir drso
cot ebe sho; thanpula trie.srn aos
$ent0 o icemouan's o nian ererlls.ape
Al.l meninc conress, n and Lcae.an
st3& h$2 e S Sho hc omcdDS,i~i
haveqbeenmos f svralyrcei a !ne nrdu ced
and.5 thedreen W:poeetis mathr standrr
to hone, lat th poua ricntsupyeo.sn
direct olacrmanclosing deiserice, o add
potlfor rlri Ln. m r ckttc . a .
toenneral il and NrERtS DBLIY
AsWiu eane oi f B :tfo pyan yoisnd, te
dietRt far encorson vrisedsinoid r ang
ostl forl Miord ol s. oe.Hwt nnr n
Decrpt Boo. expl (ana . and ro o . led s,fe.
Mddes ER JEIAMC. BUFASO,N. Y
THeSPACaCE anS FIIV USAI,I.NS.
Th mos aessIZING and OL EffecE
Abjoggp1y2nnAiiCE 37OR,IN RA'KfC in thdn.
D. eii o Stts and rtig. ouTRYes WIT i.
IAsklh your. Druistor Ga roce or.mle (eite.
ft mo" LifTZf~ DanC WOLEPH IA
716 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
CIVES FREE EYE TESTS
or Presbyopia-old sight,-a[yopia
lear sight-,Hyperopia-far sight-,
Sim11ple, Compound and Mixed Astig
mnatipnu-irregular-eurve ofthe cornea-,
Anisomnetropia-unequal refraction of
Broke:l lenses replaced while you wait.
Repairing of all kinds: Oculists' pre
Testiruolnials from Rev. Lansing
Burrows, Rev. Win. F. Cook, Rev. J.
Pattersotr, I)r. J. S. Coleman, Dr. S.
P. Hunt, Dr. V. G. Hitt, Dr. W. C.
Wardlaw. Dr. M. A. Clecklew, Robert
H. May, Mlavor, Ker Boyce, Postmas
ter, Patrick Walsh, President, "Au
gusta C hronicle Co." Also refers to the
editor of this paper.
Ricl ricd erd Dalville Railrcad Co
COLCMLA AND GREENVILLE DIvIsioN.
Condensed Schedule-In effect :July 20th, 1890
(Trains run on 75th Meridian time.)
NORTHEOUND. No. No. No. No. No.
54 156 50. 58 6
Lv Charle'ton .........
Au:usta............... S $
Ar n hi ............ 11 14
Lv Colun bia.. ........11 4
A 1st1 . ............... 0
tnion.... ........... I
Ar Spa rt auburg ......
Tryon .................. 4 4
Salud:. . ...... . .......
hot Sprin ...... 44.
Pomnaria........... ' 4 .
Prosperity .........1 4 4 20.
Lv Newberry ........... 4 40.
Clinton ............. ..
Ar Laurcas .............. 10 t .
Lv Ninety-Six......... 8 55.
Greenwood....... .4 AM 914PM
Nodges......... .... ) 5 3 15
Ar Abbeville . .... ., . .. 10 25 1 05
Belton ...... ....... 4 104 u 3 .
Lv Y.aiton................. 4 104.
\Villianston ......4 11 02
PeI zer...... 4 .1 .11 1$
Pied m ont ...........44 ....1 5 ... ...
Ar Greenville.......... 12
A n.lerson.......... 4 41....... ... 1110.
V alhalla........... .
S. lo 4 ....... ....... .
7iouTH1:UI _:L'. N\ o. \o. No. No
55. 57. 51. 59. 5
Lv W a 4 .halla...... ..... -......
se:.."ra ~ 1 .....7.... . 0 ......... .... ......
A nderson....... 1I Ina: .... . 3 30....
Gree;iviile. ... 9 15'...2 10 ...-...
Piedm:ont..4.. ....... M53 ..... .
Pezer .......... 1 ...3 0 ...........
r Williansn . .... 3 17 ...
Ar eto 0.............3 4 . . 5........
Lv Belto ... ......10 1... ..... 0. 0 ........
Ar Ahh2vi2le. . ........4 8 550 2. 40
Lvloe .7..........1 .. 450 9 A4 458 1 50
G reenwood ........ 1025 ...2.....
Lv N 4........ 0 4 3.... ........
Laurens.... l ........ .. ...... 1 0 45.. ..... ......
Clinton.. .. 4.. ......0 .........
G o4dv i!1 .... 11 ... . . .......
4r Newberry. 4........ 2 ... .. .....
Lv 3 .rosper.t. 49..... 5 . .......
Pon4ria .. 4 . ........ .......
I3ot0 ..... ............. ......
AS evile. ...... ............ .......
Ile::cronvi11e.' ....... ......
FUat HRock. 10 o N..
Pe oze ............... '1 ' .... ..... .....I...
A r Ule lion.........1
A3r \ h il .l.)............ 10
Lv Ao ges..... ......... I1.
Ar Clrc.to . 5) 3 )................
Sunony.Main LieTra5n ..... 2n 55al e
L . Hinet .i Tr...... MaI cr 15AM ....
oldvai:ie ....... S..... J..7 10tb ------.. 8
.\ uer noery.......e "Eastern.T.....
Lv.ar (roperty.......4;4:7a8 4 - ----
Pom Laria .............20 11U3....-op
el,artChRck............ 0.. 50.
D u d a................ . l430..l0 p
l)part:t mbra.9..... ni
Au Camnioden.......... 123
A sou....... (D.l exetSna)
eArt Cumd......3..... 4
Due olubia........o p....
riugatU4~ i.. nd epati6 a50 .....
N o. A, 6. with Charlotte,r and59bdail excep
Suut. Railra byn Tae rain o and rolybe
Sulny bt As to and roville.
Pltan Paror Serice beween Argusa
tandiT Ho spi. N ., w aih o ch a at
Ato. :;r fsm Awitsta corerting w Y.o&r
andSo TuL.y T A LORdayswn' P stAeaner
O.At ASt. Trafl eoraandCetr. Ral
r.omo 10 nci nro una Jan.13 Weta6oth,1,a6.
AlN.,Passiege Tan ilna frollowsso uan-el
it rheroce "atce n e:rhae
toe a h arie1$ o thdWst,3.........1 b a pp....i9g0 p o
W.V est, (D r.aily): un la
TTI CN FOM LAMEN.
DulmCamden.............. .2,37 p m
Dear Camdn........r 3s38n pAm . a
Du Clubi.....tIC.... 70 p 42.
Depar CouA.......mi.. L ... 52 .
Due4Agust...W nbro.........12 .. 3...1 5
Deat gut .........805am... ..cat. 1 40 p
Due Columbia............13a....Grewo ... 1 05p.
Md at nin Dpo. olum.a wit Co
lumiaan Greenville lra by 25.nar
riig t104 a . Wladdartin t5 29
al 2 oinso both rstand 12m Char
lot t a n beyond b t rins ain hals
Ao tran eweCharleston aihsenr r o eCoru3r
for.S Jc. onille and pROnts oen' PheSs. Aohn's
.AL u RS.wt Georgi Mandentar Ra.
roaaIGto n froLmBallAoinsGWstRad Soth
Da.E July 12tLhE, 1U. D.Aily. iy.
L Wilmin:igton.... 2 C. Ju. l, 19.y
r..... Florence s........ 1225 " 11. ......
..... Su45t"r...um.......4.. . 3 4....
....... mbi55 A.Cou b.... ...L0V. 52 0.....
v.... i "...Winnsb....." 39... ......X
........ Sumt,r" ...ete.......... 1 ........
....... Florenc...ok il.... " 0 ..........
...... Mario"....Lans........5 11 00 5.....
.... .aaa...o H 14... " 1744....
...... Wilmtio ......w.berry...L
....... N0 4) "...... L a ll e Stat......
i.... and ..... steson... atBike
......... :, L4-..Ae ville..... "arilf
.......~.. 2' M ain ....Parta bulrne im n I
........ ic burg ..Henesovile" utr eg
Seprae 'ulnln leeer fr avan
anti t'~r ugus0a001.t..in.4.
All tains un slid btwee Charleston...
Ti.MS . M.E ER 31, ESN, Gen's.ass.Agn
T. M. EM E R EON, Gen'1 Pass. Agt,