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SERY TH1 UJRSDAY AT
NEWBERRY, S. 6,
If You Have
COSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD
BRONCHITIS Th Affecdn
W nomawhoeh a 'taL"W
e ynpjam4., J4wk of Minth~,1 or Xer,.
per, ges" - be rellasvd and CuwM by
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLK AS MILK.
gPSO ' o glOb 4, , wid" yu"' (a
owp* NM1146 45" loti"4 40,
old bU all D,uU M.
gW@TT SOWN9,0"emists, N..
Tgi LAMT 01? IUIM" 15ICIOWS.
Thp NuPlat" iOutlaw i"as- Train thobr'a
LIo XPda4 by i Deati)avs ua.
[eromuthe Ntw York ms
MoNwoMiitY, AlA., Oct, 8.-ItUbe
Burraw;i, tlie tiotorious ijutlaw and
trao robber who wus captured iti Ma.
reno County yepiterday afternoon, was
kWted by one of the itin who were
guarding himu at Linden this morning.
He was captured by John MeDuffil J.
C, Carter and two negroes. A special
frow Denopolis, Ala,, givem the follow
ing 4etalA of the kilIng:
Burrows was placed in the.lieriitla
office last night and was guarded by
MoDuitte and a negro. The other te
gro capturer and Carter were at the
hotol with $178 of Burrowo's itioney.
Aboat 3 o'clock thls mornig Burrows
complained of hunger, and upoi oie of
the guards roplying that they had
nothing Burrows asked for his saddle
bags, saying he had crakters in thot.
Ou MoDufle banding him the saddle
boga, 1urrows drew out two pistols and
covering the Uegro and MuDuffle forced
them to take oti' the haudcutt' aid un
tio him, Then he disarml McDutle
and the negro and asked for hi money.
Being told that Carter had it at the
hotel he locked McDuffle up and forced
the negro to guide him to the hotel.
When he reached the house Burrowt
4tauded him mtouey at the point of
his revolver, Crter sprang to one
s4do, and drawing a pistol, tired at 1ur
r'owa, The outlaw tired at thet same
Instant, Carter's suddein movemnent
probably saved his life, As it was he
reevda bullet in ble aboulder, and
was badly wounided, but will recover.
RIA bullet struc.kl Butrro wi in Clh.body,
and the noted outlaw fell dead,
The aftlr created the wildest exette
me@nt, Superluteudenlts Age and Fisher
of the Souithern Expresa Company have
left for the scene. A telegram was re
OOIved here to-nlght from s.uperlutend
Oat Fiaher, in whieh hie sayst the body of
the outlaw will be shipped to ilirming
ham, All doubt as to the identity of
B3urrowS has been removed. He did
not deny bia identity, and his re
markable nerve and courage were
urrows was born la Lamar (ountty,
A a,,t 1855 where his father Allen
##urowa, atill lives. The elder Rur
Nowa wanted hls son to study for the
bar. When Rlube left the distriet
sohool bla father broached the subject,
but the son did not fall Ia with the
project readily, Shortly after he went
to Texas where he subasequecntly mar
rie'd and settled downa ou a small term.
In 1886i hia wife died, and soon after
ho launched ou his career as an out
He and his baud began by an attemapt
to rob an ludiani woman, But the wo
man opened auch a lively tire upou
Burrows's party that they ret reated.
On the way back they met a traiu, and
ater shootiug thve times at the condue,
tor the robbed the pasngers~ of S\k)
A tbw days later Burrows's gang rob
bed a train on the Texas and Paoitle
1Road and got a fairly good suml from
the express ear,
Rube and his brother then we'nt to
Arkansas, and in December, tS$7, robb
ea traiu near 'Texarkana, getting a
large sum, They then went back to
bhe old homestead Iu Alabamta to enjoy
absort rest, One day they went to
Moentgomaery to attend a cirous. 'Thle
train oitleers attempted to arrest them.
T'he brother was capturvt, but .luhbe
esvaped, A fterward he robbed the 1111,
uola Central bank at luke Hill, get ting
nearly $AI\k(I H e w as amsisted this timae
by Jose'ph Jackson, Iu July last Jack
son was captured and ia now in the 11i+
July, 1889, a p.eekagve cntaining a
white mark arived at the potuetle in
* Jewell, Ala,, addrvased "Caiu," itur
rows called for t he paekage' s.oon after,
and asked peornrster Giray ir he had
seent its cotents, G ry sid yes, upont
which Ruarrow~s shot him, and thena at
tepted to shoot Mirs, Umyv and her
staters. This manier mued the entire
stte A posse started ou l'urrowvs
trails and sunvuUuded the houses el
Jhu (ash, Allen Rurton', bis brother.
They anrtal~t all tluve mten without
rvstaue A half d,'ent detectves
eaught the fIfteeu-year-oldi sou of' Johu
VTaua iturrows, put a rope around
his ueek, threw it over the limbu of' a
tre\ and theatenaed to hatug himt it'he
ddnot tell all hie knew about Rube's
whereabeants, his rebbecries, .,v *7The
boy wa .odiy frighteunt,. and. told ott
vehring the pln of' the Duck H ill
t.rala robbery, and of hearing his l'udle
Rlube say he w ould kill p.ost master
Rlube Runrtion's last t win robbery
was ommaittni on the night of~ Sep
tkmber K\ IN With Jacksonl he
robbed the South bouud exys train
on the Mtoie and Ohic' road just South
of~ Buckataun, get tg $lt.,@ Ztium the
exp\'. copany and a large amoutnt
of registemt mad. A rewand of $,.A
wa then ohemi for h is eapt utv dead.
Wiw1eit'Ar and whi,pesi 11) adrme
weii in o>peo-iig t,ruimot trr,iii
r-bbern, Burrow, uxually worked with
.tjly uenfederate, Jackw>n. in
fd, he ofteu said con)ti,rujptuouAl
It's ais emny to hold up and go throughi
i trali as it J-s to rob a ben'; net."
Lect V* GO), 'I'd)us ui'oM
W~'e r:y to Newfbrry, Clilitn, Lau
111zre id r<ersoiw, lt ux u t it as >ne
11JUIz ail go to Ch.LttLLJ0oogri-gJ U)o tIe U
,r-at Tets I tiver regiwn wILb its
'aml, iron atlIrue lying ailoigAiie ofr,
;tekr oAber re;iy for t14- shaig I;rIMl
If 1n;tt and1(1 the caital of the world. t
With ixty miles of the colurnbia, v
Newberry andl IAurei road either 1
IM1mictild or under eAmstruction, we
hvia, nixty riiilen of the route to Chatta
jioga already of, hand s i uest egg <f
tIhe liendd ich-iiie for trnsporting i
I he te,Wig wealI of the great ine- C
rid rt-glon of the Tenwcie to the sea
through the fairest region of upper
'arolina and Georgia. What Such at
gre-nt through routW will meant for therw
4irparaLively iaolated regions no mun,
miay well over-extimate.
'taking the five Carolita Counties rf
Itiebland, Lexington, Newberry. Lau- f
reim uuii Anderson, through which
thiji 1ine would iass, we see that these
Counties had it population of 101,4>7 Il
I00 awl 131,000 1It I88O; or they Ii
creaed their populatlomn by 05,273 1n
the perliod, or by 341.6 per cent. The
seven (jeorgia Coulties through which
this new Vetstern line would pass h:ed
41,803 llhabitantin 180, and r3,870 in
180; or they Increased 11,(Y;7 Inh;abit
atitm, or 2.8 per cent. laimilton Coun
ty, il Teeuneldec, in the same period
increased from 13,!8 inhabItants iil
DO)0 to 'l,U(J. in 180; or by 16,404, or
7s. per cent. Now tiiould theme Couir
ties h aave no greater inereLsLI fromll 1880
to 1911, they would show the following
population ten years hence:
But H1auiiton County, with its chIef
city, Chattanoogf, Is already in excess
of this estimate, and it may be fairly
taken for grunted that with a through
Iltin, passing through this hill region,
rich In rineral and agricultural arid
forest resources, with Its bracing li
mate and wealth of water power, It
would not fall short of 400,00 people it
1810), contributing imdiltely to the
support of this iew line at the foot of
the iountilitis. That with this road
opened, all this region would s>ring
rorwarl with new life, there can E no
Now let us see what Is the approxl
mate length of tills line from Coluliblia
The distance from ColumbIa, by the
wiay of Newherry, Clinton and Latu
rems, to Atndeonm, can be malde In 100
miles. From A nderson to Dahlonegn is
S0 miles; from Dahlonega to Chatta
nooga, 110 miles. Tihls shows us a dIs
taoe of 270 mIles from Chattanoogia to
Columbia, and with anit air line built
froin hero to Charleston, we see a route
from Chattanooga to Charleston, of
375 miles agalust the old route, as fol
,hattanooga to Atlanta......... 38 miles
A tlanta to Augusta..........171"
A ugusta to ('harleston ........137"
And so with the South Hound from ;
here to Savannahl finIlhed(, we see a;
new route to Sa4vannaiih of 410i mIiles
distance aigalust the old route as fol
Chattanooga to A tlanta.....138 miles
A tlanta to Macoin.............102 "
Macon to Savannah..........1)1 "
This -new route then would save 72
miles to Charleston and 21 miles to
As to Wilmington, there would be
100) miles saved even with the Sumuter
and August a link built.
Now as to cost, the 270 miles of road
roml here to ('hattanooga could be
built for $5,000,000, and an air line
froml here to Charleston for $1, 0,hm
thus showIng a road from the Tennes
see to the sea at a cost of sonme six and
a quarter million. Is It not worth the
elrt? Let our sister towns say.
[J. L. Iharbour, in Wide A wake.]
1 on1ce taught a1 country school in the
batwoods, and as was the custom 1
then, I reituired a written excuse when
a pupil was at.*ent for one or more
days, Somne of those excuses I haivei
kept, and they atYord me a decal of
am11uemet'l aftef' all the years that
have cotule anid gone since then.
lIete is all excuse broughtone day
by a tall red -headed boy of seventeen :
"I)ear C'-ir-Pexo to eggence Henry
for absents ylsterday. Wet made. sour
krout and he had to tromp it down.a
Also be had to lI elp bucher 2 pigs.
"Iiespeektful yuers, 1is pap."
"id your fathler write this excuse
himself?" 1 asked.
"No sir," replied Henry, "I writ it
for 1h11m 'eauise he canl't spell very
[ am glad to add that lhenry's speli
ug improv'ed while I had him ill
thargw. Another boy brought ime this
''Kind Teacher '.Ab Cottid Ilot colIe
yesterilay ont atoount of tearing his
pats very bad Just before starting, so
it took mie most all dayi to miend themn
A boy of about teln years, who hadc
teen absent about two weeks, brought
me.. the following :
"'Jh 011 e ury had a soar towv, allso a
soa throte and~ a soar tingettr. Pleese'
A girl ot aliut fourtehl, wllose 1110
thr atYvted a deive' of cultme.. and
gvat mienatai superiority over her
ei.'gbor's, br'ou.ght me1 thle following
lear Sir : trust you will pard~oni
Alioes wh.olv ly uuaoidable absencet
vest eria, V. hivmusltances' are not al
ei\ constau1tly domag what we wiouldi
u&da hTheref:i A leione's una
aidable failure to attend v'estentav's.
ssion, I trust I may tnot soon have
:0 inldite simniar unexpectedi c:rum
staue, Believe me to be
"Y our's truly and~ rest ~ully.
Sipler andt 1mo1 d)iretly' to th'e
'oint wa thec e'xense brought me1 by
tow-hieaded. little girl of stat ei.ght
"ebe' eeniUd uet be there or shet
vo 'of wet, I think shet et too
unch01 sossage for' brea k"st, Sh e
n'm do it agenl. Pkase' exeuse her'
A boV of. sixxu,wh came very ir'
euarly, i aw Av broaught this exeutse
tu1eW it came from his father, I ab~=
A hsKIT AT VASIM.S.
I I r' r the I nt<-rior. 1
:j A i-., whit h:ve alre:y bx+
f>d:':O in ti), couj!ry, !.asw a r!i:A
lid, Itr- than ever hefo>re-, auger>',u!
oipre-iOj of the ;eht anit the
xvil<irv of the l>ief- to (.-oj?tai L
r>vk; by c)n:enitratlin;' ulpori it tj<:
01WIL1u,ion whji(b wnxture haw4 prt>vi<tk-d
g:aip-t iy the frorii <d tl(: Foot. -h -
sJialle wo>rin have be-en e>nsui li?m -
iv-, 1:ject to spiial Inmiigi"itim, and
dhet eticaping thene et:re,weak
rid birable jiot lit tp h,e wive-i, and
uch Ie-s lit to be fw>the:r--not t t,
ve, in fact, for they a:i of n) acouit
tj lhe world. But this new style: of
erormily attacks thW l"51l0lJi:ill con
-its antid produe-s effects which, after
c 11:11 ry, litid their clinix in in
anily. W e ave before us a niodistk's
ircular, assu-iring the !:ii-i I hat shie is
Ireparel to give therii tO- -.1r:0(t
ron Paris, anld we supj>Iwe thwy will
lock iii to be dow! f'or. Tho; miet beau
iful twioel of the fentle forni hat has
ver been j roducei Is he I "Vius of
dli,"- as it is called, t hotigh it is riot
tVen1us, but a Victory. Thie clarac
er of' this mt:utue is fi'r hi,igi-r than
ny of the ktiown Gri!eel stulales of
eius, Iii<iignlity,, swectIl-MS, .'trenigtha,
urity, it has ne1V'r b4een1 Uipproaiced iii
lin'ble. TO set, What a 1inostrous and
LbOilelli pro'at onl ol' the hunan
'oI'li divine, fhiniliOl ii capab,I)Ile of, it is
nily iecessary to have a iwoian, de
'ornied accordiiig to this latest mainer,
Itai(I by the side of the Victory of
Milo. A mibid which knew noth
ng of the race would pronouice
them each itldividuals of distinict spe
ie8, in1d woiltd deserlhe the fashioli
Ate wt)lninll Is bl(!Iongilg to a v.-ry
large species of the sawily. liit nature
Is very kildly. Siho does not, ru1ean
Liat the hunian race siall deg(nerate
1ito a species of sa w-flies. The wonen
who Ittieipt. tlt, horiid transfornia
t.ion will die, an<d very fortunately
they Will iLe without leavinig chillltreii
t,o Iilieri the i moistrous dl eiicutiolr.
It Is the duty oh fanllly physicians to
speak very pliily to the womneni of
anilles whichi are under their care.
As they know, the eoleets of this new
deformity are practivally icurable
not helieving whieb, the worllel will
forsake thei, aind resort to qutaks and
eharlatalns, who will miuke thein proin
ies of cures so long as their "nioney
1)01114 Oit. L'atIers ought to put their
h1eavy toot dOwnl upon it -ald all sell
sibltj wvoine-n show by prevept and ex
aple their abhoreics of thit. physt
IAirs. I heletn ('amipbeli preselitedi solle
iteetIig featutres at,(111111 Cha taut In
rl.'nce to tile wanges (of working wo
Woien. Anong t.ther staemits inade
by her are' the following- "Correcting
auecurcies in reports, we mayfl assuline
that thlere were over 200t,ti')) wvoinie
eiliOyed in New York alone in issi,
>tnttng thoso enigaged as ebarworuen
ar dornest.ie sarvants, and1( in the whole
.ouitry neairly 3,000,000O. I n the 22 eities
investIgated the average age at which
Irls begani to work was~ 15 years anid 4
tiouths. ('hiarleston, S. C., gives I8
fers and 7 nmonths, theO highest aver
ige, anud Newa'rk, N. J1., 14 years and
iulOonths, the 10 west. I. if 17,i27 inter
ieted, 14I,1 w t)~ ere'11 naive Lorn, t3t
vee Irish, aInd 775 Miornmons; 12,90O7
mnd foreigtn-born mnot hers; 1 5,:;s7 were
igle wonmen, 7-15 in:arried, and 1 ,0:1S
sido'ws; ,754 supported t heruselves
ad helped to supyport. Others;' ti,813
.wliped ini hioiu hiouisekeepi ng. The
ttitttIes showv that the health was im
aired bay work of 12,822 whot reported;
73 earn less than $100i a year. In at
atai the wages are the lowvest in the
..cities5, the average be ing only $40
>er week. In San l''rancisco :t hey are
he hihlest, reaching $u.9. In New
ork the average' wages is $5.85; in
~Oston, $5.t'; inl ( 'hliago, $5.74; ini St.
al, $6,O2, and in New ) rleans, $4.:U1."
aIrs. (.'ampbdell spoke at Someit lengthI of
he earlier tiines ill tis cenitury, when
o0ien' foundm tirrupationi in the taills.
he dillerence ini the~ conIdit ion of
.airs nmow is v'ery Ilmleh ill favor of
REY.SAMI P JONES
REV, J. B. HAWTHORNE
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT
" i re: -nea frnua~ Tye. TeI., n:et
IXU se F'tnI NO wlF 1'L1.. -\t.'m:
'11 ALT lt'iN N.''
TLANT'i ~C * SEREUE 0, A\ ra,a
LAzWnea1 Doe4:1't Pay.
Light a co-tantly -4r":uning o>ver the
earth. In thi great work:hop ,f th(e
ut,iv':rs-:, Nature ist v<-y b>u-y with
thi,t: r'o-,! whif:h are ti, robe the
t:arthi with jc,r earpet (>f green and till
ti< air with the: oIr of flower. Iac
tivity thj,r-, %vsuld isws briwg tro>uhlf
In li-, t',(,, o>it: r-.t >f ue -si.,
fotuil : :4tivity. "Not a day with
-ut a it':, " wa: the riot to o>f a great
ref1jrjujer t,je <>f the grandest ueri our
civliati>nhas knowrn. Eighit times
did the. greatest of Gre:ian orators
eYspy the hi:-tory of 'IhU'dirfles to> per
fe-t hihiseIf inl that great rvaster's
y!-. Fraijklin laid the fourdatiorns
of hi, gr':tnec by using thi little bit:
of l,-i-ur<- tinme which wlt could !ave at
ditti-r iour4 aiti evenings while
workig :ts ;z prinftter's boy. Kirk:
Witiet! leated Gre-k as he4 walked
froin hi liodgiigs to the lawyer's
ovivi.-, who:r-n ite wai vinyi>y(:A a
1cl-r k. Pv'nns-yIvanisa'x -reatest astrij
n-ner1 --arned to c:alculate v(,lipsvs by
U-ittg Hit: bits of tinie wiuhen, as a plougl
boy, hit, horses rested, :nd by figurin.g
o t bis probliltso his plough-httdie.
Elil 11urritt achieved vonb,des itt the
fields of le:ating by g:1.htwring up bits
ofh knowldge as he stood by his gorge
will an open book b imore hin, or
Whil Iltw rested fr-o;II S!ver'e bodily
'IT'f! I-V have I proVr)b wiich
says, b"tep iy slp oitt gt-s very far."
li it m. ttitig we have a s1tying, "c<on
stant. dropping will wetr away at ot-."'
Sir Edward Lytton d<-chired, '"Wiat
tien want, is not taletnt, but purpose ;
lot power to ahieve-, but the will to
Ioys, do you see the mtoral? It's
work that tells. Whether with the
intds or with the bral, there's no
sutccess without work. Don't he lazy.
CU RES SYPILI
1'hyaiototalis cnd-roa -'. a a at L ou bd Ou biao.
an prosoritbe It with great matteitt un fr th cures of all
j,rl1 L ad st5ae of oriary Moondar and'tcia
Y - c cuma m lous caerm an
i Gla tandular tweltttacm. Ithoutuatt.m MILAt, Old
4 r. that hav rs.islct ail treatment. I a ar h
Fn ton..a tma. Chroto nenal. Comptatut, l1.1
I I . w.rfuo 1. il an ac totiia t
Lia osthean .yakma ar p.ioned and whoa. blood is ia
an impu re con.dtit due it miastrual trr.gutaritis are
LIPPMAN BROS.. ProprIetors,
Druggists, Lippman's Block. SAVANNAH, GA.
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors.
Druggists, Llppman's Block. SAVANNAH.,GA.
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
duiring the past year,t' beeti thtt.ughtly
renova&rtd, relttdled andl refit ted with
all nt.odern iliiro' vetnentts.
and otTers indluceitiets f'or the aentu
tuodat ion o tits~ patrons. HaIs spia'iolus,
light antd aiiry Satple loorus on Iir'st
floor. .1Hot andi (old Bat hs, Elevator,
&c . . 'uisi ne un de'r su 'ervision of is.
E. F. 'st, late of 1.oot'ont P'oint lie
t0'l, I.ookout:t al onttt ain, TPenn.
'lThe prop1rietor hoIpes by:. stric.t atltn
tiont 1o the~ wants tl' is partronls to
terit a share otf patronage.
i. W.. sF EoFEl's, E. E. P'OST,
:h s ad ce'tamn re:.nedy,
e't th2e MLLSize (40 lte ensto theL L B A S
Se' Tu m.:k s s- cmST.jSrM.
- 300 "*** A
S:nk::r s2 a $ PIANGS.
u m or20ven. $5 SAVED
ha:stied to PIANO~ uesd kesh
At Day - htresue denims at $273a
aven ~-amd Is w.rek se ,a.
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy them in Augusta?
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 ia the quickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the rosh comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites In Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
(or a Suite.
Special Bargain No.2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
Iplush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a large number of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this Sne plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $33.00. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a wvalnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmned up complete foir $11.50 all
charges paid to your depot, or a .5
hole rang~e with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stock of cooking stoves in~ the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Riatiges and the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire
gauze doors. I ami delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid at the price of an
ordinary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stores made.
Full particulars by wail.
100 rolls of matting 40t yds to the
roll $5.75 per roll.
1,000 Corniee Poles 25ets. each.
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 teet on
spring roller and fringed at 37) cts.,
each. You must pay your own
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannot quote you everything I
have got in a store containing '2,600
feet of floor room, besides its an
nexes and factory in another p art
of the towvn. I shall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
sawv this advertisement in THE
HER.U.D AND NEwvs, Published at
New berry-, S. C.
No goo~ds sent C. 0. D., or on con
signment. I refer you to the editors
and publishers of this paper or to
any banking eenecern in Augusta,
or to the Southern Express Co.. all
af whom know mwe personally.
L F. PADGEIT,
1110 AND 111? Broad Street,
Augusta, - - Georgia,
Propriet.or of PadIgett's Furni
ture. Stove, anid Carpet Storvs.
Fatoy Harrisou Sc.
"The bamboo-tree is the most useful
tree in the world. It is used for almost
every conceivable purpose. In Iuilding
housas, its large stems serve for pillars,
rafters, and planks; the leaves furnish
thatching for the roof, and the small
fibres matting for the floor. It is
manufactured into bedsteads, tables,
chairs, musical instruments, baskets,
sieves, cups, brooms, soles of shoes,
pipes, bows and arrows, twine, candle
wick, and fibre for stuffing pillows. It
is made Into boats, sails, cables, rigging,
fishing-rods, and life preservers known
as swimming-jackets. It is used in
agriculture for plows, carts, wheel-bar
rows, fences. and water-pipes. Its small
shoots form chop-stick: its more tender
shoots are boiled and eaten; its pith is
turned into pickles and sweetmeats,
and the thick juice is regarded as a
One a Gocod Thing in Despotisn.
"The Emperor has issued a decree."
"To what import?"
"He thinks he is overworked, L-d
he has increased his salary and assured
bioself of his confidence in himself."
To the People of Newberry
and Surrounding Counties:
I HAVE RESUMED THE PRAC
tice of Medicine in all of its
branches, and will attend calls at all
hours of the day or night in town or in
the country. Special attention given
to the treatment of Diseases of Fe
males, and to Chronic diseases of all
kinds, including Port Nasal Catarrh,
Dyslwpsia, Skin diseases, Rheumatism,
Piles, etc.. etc., etc.
Oflice for the present at my resi- 1
dence. SAMPSON POPE, M. D.
May 15, 1890.
NW POO 0N BILIR
ED A 2 0 Nr
CDR15S Wiser ha.cm.
Clase n batfiste ar
FIN RATELCOMORINCIE S
"etBy. 5a hworgh knwdg of~ thebnatural t
tioCanRnurition and b a c e aic
tion f thefine roperis of*n weeted
tabls Zia eicaeflaoredbverwage
which may ~save many hevydotos
e er a nde toies. itureds of ~9 ih su
V(ekLn. ma la y dies a etiatin aondk us rnedyt to
a rory n hoourihekodae."-ivi the tr:ce
larese whchgad te plyawith bo i aer
o mik.od rton:y inb cafpud is. by
troc ftetepoerslbeed ts ofIE 'ElSed f
&Co. . Eomp athpidedeis London,af.
evy dcyo Rhease. ldrd. oPaiub
Backsche,ee tetr Is al eakeone I
oughlvs t oryeds: wit poe bloo
pin.rnsistonrhir.:eeno i $ev:c
tJR:te M ade - i'AP40 wiAThEoRicwae
:rocer.et, lotion that: JA.US E'~
& r. compmaste ovemit.Lod
I-. G:Eeo BenCp-ROsPLe.ser
rThey eetahend.i' EX:kss,e'r en
atr:lya n'euer asli c 1 .re.
cby dgits o r led6. o eept . SS
3C3EOSnCTEOR & RIC - s
BeLL s:Pa-I. L.tTsE
In the Probate Court.
ayc co.d McGaw.e on er o iht n
as. Exerxof B. F.-3-i McGaw,d
efad Plainv~-t3ie nd'agsi lc.Me
-j:nt spemer,t cn.e ered
SrA,Ecs, yIC A treurdt
nderl iny d ~st abishd tr eb m
Ii orbfoee Pr6bt dayof ctoer
T as Leurx'r 1c-F ~~r aw n
is an invazaMe remwdYfor
SICK HEADACHE, TORPID
LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES,
AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES,
Not being able to meet the many
-eaders of this paper face to face, but
baving a matter of the most importance
to lay before you one and all, I head
'his article "Personal," in the hom'
:hat you may give my words the same
areful atteniion that you would doubt
less grant me if I were able to call upon
WHAT 18 IT?
Let me tell you. It is in regard to
he purchase of goods in my line, nec
essary for your comfort and happiness.
"y stock is a large and varied assort
nent of goods of all grades, extending
>ver a scale of prices which enables
wvery visitor to find an article to.their
aste in quality and value. You will
ind these goods cut in the most fashion
tble styles, in Sacks, Cutaways, Prince
.rthur and Prince Albert. I want
ou to remember that these goods are
nade up with those patent square
iouldeis and guaranteed to fit as well
ts custom made clothing. When you
yome to my store ask to see'the Double
Breasted Round Cut Sack, the latest
Lnd nobbiest cut of the season.
This department is now filled with
he most elea-ant line of goods I have
ver shown. Tunderwear in all weights
mud at all prices, from the cheapest to
he finest. Shirts, Collars and CUfs
urchased of me will not only be of
.he latest styles but extra in finish,
nake and strength of material.
I am showing a first-class line of
oods in this department, consisting
)f all shapes and colors. -
I have a full line of medium and
ine Shoes, Trunks and Satchels in
If you can't come and inspect my
itock, write me and L will try to suit
M. L. KINARD,
PROF. P. 11. WHITMAN,
716 BROAD ST., AUGUSTA, GA.
CIVES FREE EYE TESTS
or Presbyopia-old sight,-Myopia
ear sight,-Hyperopia-far sight
simple Compound and Mixed Astig
natism-irregular curve of the c6rnea.
-An isometropia-u neq ual refraction
f two eyes-aud Asthenopia-weak
ight. Broken lenses replaced while
ou wait. Repairing of all kinds.
)culists' prescriptions filled.
Testimonials from Rev. Lansing
Burrows, Rev. Wmn. F. Cook, Rev. J
. Patterson, Dr. J. S. Coleman, Dr. S.
P. Hunt, Dr. V. G. Hitt, Dr. W. C.
iardlaw, Dr. M. A. Clecklew, Robert
I. May, Mayor Ker Boyce, Postmas
er, Patrick Walsh, President, "Au
~usta Chronicle Co." Also refers to
he editor of this paper.
~AUT ION r..*.' ** "s
GEN -$ g.
N. L. DOUCLAS
53 SHOE CENTLEMEN.
'ie Calfnd Laced Waterproof Grain.
mnt be tter show th y t stogendor
tents of Its thousands of constant wearers.
5-****li-dressSoewichm ns mitse
.0 and-sewed Welt. A fine calf sho.
.5 unc uaed for ste nd durailty
Aln made in Congrs Button and Lace.
3& $2 SHOES JAoSRE,
d th recn mpoee ma themsue
ostal for orde rbks
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Ma.
MINTER & JAMIESON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
cor either a visiting card or a
rammoth poster. We have
acilitie.s for printing
Minutes of Meetings,
AR 1111 USD
- CoOUA AND
Darlns run on 754h
- OETBlBOUND. Ko30o
,( sa rts
Lv Charleston 0- 7
Ar Columbl -
Lv Colambia..-. 115:
Flat IUnCl 5 5U
Godvill - -
Ar Laur.ns- ... 94.....- -
Lv Ninety-Sbg-.-22.......-.8 --
Greenwood...-. 2 46..AM 914PM
Bod ges.........30.... 9 45 9 3812l
Ar Abbeville.. .... ...0 2 - ........1 .
Belton .-4 &J . 10 40 10
Lv Belton............-- 0 -. 1 45.
Wiliamzson ...... 4 11.... ..... ....
Pelzer.... ......... 4 31 ........ 1
Piedmo7nt..- .. 4 48:.-- il25..--.
Ar Greenville........ 5 30...... 1205-.
Anderson.......44 -------.1 0....
P n eton...... 5 A ....... -- - --
Seneca..- 6 07..
Walbala-...... ---.'.. --*
Atlanta. . ......-. .. 110 4 ....- - ..---- -
(OUTRJUoU-NLD. ONO. N-;NO. NO. No"
55.1 57.1 51. 59. 5
AMIP PMP M
Lv Walhalla-..........- 6 30-...-- ---.
seneca...--..-- 8 . -i . ----
Pendleton . ......... 9 26.........---- --.y
Anderson-...-. 10 W .......... 3 -.
Greenville..... 915 .....20...
Piedmont.-...... 9 55 .......)25 ........
Pelzer.... ... 1012.....j310........
Ar Williamston-.. 10 18 ..... 317
Ar Belton-........... 10 3u ..... 3 40 3 55...
Lv Belton.............. ;10 50 ........... 4 0 ...
Ar Abbeville............ 10 50 4 15, 8 50 ...-. 2
Lv Hodges.......... 11 5 4 50 9 0 4 5
Greenwood...... 1224 -.-- 5..
Lv Ninety-Six ..... 1 15 A M -..
Laurens........ ....... 6.00 ..... -.- ...
Clinton.. ....... .... . 6 32 .....-....
Goldville ......... ....... 6 52 . . ..
Ar Newberry.--.. 2 37 7 50. ... 6 50
Lv Prosperity. 2 57 8 -8... ..7 ..SI~ 7 0.
Pomaria. .. 3 20 8 30.-...- .......
Hot Springs...-.- 7 30.........-.
Asheville-..- 9 C.
HendersonviUle. 9 ...
Flat Rock-.......10 10 .... - -.--....
Saluda........... 10 37....X ..-.-.- ..;
Tryon ............ 1 - - - -
Spartanburg...... 12 45 . - -
Ar Union.... -- 1 561 .......
Alston.......... 3 351 8 -46 ............
Ar Columbia...-... 4 40 9 50..................
Augusta.:.....-. 9 07.
Ar Charlesto..... -
Nos.5, 6. 50 51 56 S7,*58 and 50 daily exceV4
Sunday. Main LUne Trains 54 and 55 dIX, be
tween Columbia and Alston. Daily ex
Sunday between Alston and Greenville.
Pullman Parlor Car on No. 53 of South
Carolina Division Augusta to Asheville ande
Hot Springs, without change, connetig
with Oolumbla and Greenville Diviion.train
JAS. L. TAYLOR, Gen'l Pass. A&gntL:
D. CARDWELL, Div. Pa
SOL. ELAAF& Traffic Manae.
-OTHCAROUINA RAILWAY CO.
wommencing Sunda6, Jan. 26th, 189rat
A. M.,Passenger Trains will run as follows un
tiL further notice "Eastern Time".
TO ANcD FROM CEAR-EMRTNM.'
Depart Columbia...... 643am.. 52
Due Charleston......---...1 103 a m..
Depart Charleston.-. - 709am..... 510
Due Columbia..... ..1......043 am..105p
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
DepartColumbia...... 900am .
Due Camden 1237 p m
South (Daily except8undiy).
Depart Camden.--- ..... 3 38pm -
Due Columbla........... 716 pmnt
TO AND FOM AUGUSTA.
Depart Coumba..... 6aam...... 527p
Due Augusta........ -i 25 a m-.4125p
Depart Augusta ...............8 0am..4
Due Columbia ...........10 43a m......005
Made e't Union Depot, Colmba
lumbia and Greenville Raltrond.
riving at1043 a. and. dedad
p. m. Also with Chalotte, Colunr
Augusta Railroad by sameain to and
all points on both roads to anid from
lotte and beyond by trains leavn
ton at 5 10 p. in., anid leavingCo
Passengers by tl..ese trains take Su
At Charleston with a
and on Tuesdays and Frid.ayi
for Jac. sonville and points on the
River; also with Charleston and Sav
Railroad to and from Savannah and
points in Florida.
At Augusta with Georgia and CentralRa
roads to and from all points West and South.
At Blackvile to and from points-on Burniwel
Railroad. Through ickes can be purcbase
to all pointa Souta and West, by app yingto
Gi.P. M1:ILER, U. T. A., Couia. -
C. M. WARD4. General Manager.
S. B. Ph.KEMS, Gleo. Pass. Ag't.
Wilmingtonig'. C., JualyS 890.
GozNG WST. . GOING East
No14. No.52 No.53. No.W.
pm am pm - a
.....7 WO Lv....Charles:on..Ar. 9 8...
.....9 45 " ....um ter.~........" 632 ..
......114 " ...Winnsboro... " 338 -.
.....2 to " ...Chesiter.......... " 2 40 -
.....3 41 " ...Yorkville...... " 120) .
.....61.5 " ...ancaster.. - 1100 -
...... 3'2 " ...Rock.Bill...... " 157.
.....53) " ...Charlotte....... " 1 00
pm , ~ pm -
...... 10 Ar.....Newherry...Lv 2 44 ....
.....4 40 " ......Anderson..... "10B..
.... 541 " ......Greenvllle..." 9 25..
.....3 50 " ......Abbeville..... " 10 50 ......
Solid trains betweenCharlestona andCcu-.
bla S. C. T. M. EMERSON, Gen'1 Pas.Agemts
H. WALTERS. Gien'l Mailager. -
C1OLUMUBIA. NEWBERRY & LAU
RENt!i R. H. -
Operated by D. H. Chamberlain, Reeiver
for S. C. Railway Co.
CH.useros, S. C., August 17th,33Kr.
Commencing this day the following sched
ule will be in effect,~
WEST BOUND P'Ass'x wlucarse
Lv Columbi ..... 535 pm . 11 m a
Leapharts-......... 6 00 pm 1124 am
Bla.entine's Mil..G25 pm 1154iam.
White Rock........... 6 3pm 12 06 paa
Little Mountain...; 705ip m12 upma
Prosperity........... 728 pm- 14prn -
Ar New berry .--.....7 5p m 1 Epm
EAST BOUND. Pas'EZas
Ar Columbia.............. 2 oa m 5 35 pui
Salnda............... 8!.2 am 4aani
Leap hats... ........... 84la m 435m
Balentie's Mil......$20 am 3 55 pm
C h a i 9 e B s . . . . . . . . . . . 7 I a m 3* 1 8 m
i ttle Mountain---. Un i 8 300 p-rn
Propey----..--7 : a m 2 aiy
All trains daily except Sunday. Connee-4
tions at Columbia with 6. U. Railway to and
from Charkston, Augusta and the West, and
for the North and East via the S. C. E'y
tor further iniorm.ation apply to
. iOE. . rEgent, New y
Ge' anager, (ien'! Pas. Agent.
WitMIIMGT3U COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA
Lv- Wilmingto----.. s 2s i. . j$
Lv. L.h aeamw. .. -
Arrive Florence.........12 'g ur -
TRaIN GO1NG Ko-ain
Train No-4 E aSt all StUrn
Nlehos,Mariom.Pee Dee. lrne
CA G-.m.,C C.a A-. LsbZ..
Junnoaala points eod
Palrihsn&eepers for -
ARtrainr 'ng D
O_ EN -