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EVERE T 'i1LR SD A:: t1
iEW BERR Y, S. C.
CURES ai iseases
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott's Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophos
phites and. pure Norwegian Cod
Liver Oil, the potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by al Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists, N.Y.
AT THE WINDOW WHEN IT RAINS.
The Lesson of Gloomy Days-The Effect of
the Weather on the Mind.
rGreen ville News.
Gloomy weather we have been hav
ing; miserable, muggy, blue devils
r kind of weather. Probably eight-tenths
of the hours of wretchedness lived
among civiiizrd peoples have been on
days such as have made up most of
the last three weeks sitting at windows
starng out at wastes of mud and mist.
Most of us can readily recall such times.
Waether we have anything to be
especially unhappy for or not, de
pression comes darkly on heart and
mind as the clouds close in over the
beautiful blue sky and the shining sun.
We go to the windows wita instinc
tivelonging to seek what light there is,
and dreary enough we find the pros
pect. In city, town and country the
view through the window is familiar
and lonesome. The drip, drip of the
cold drops from the eaves or the slow
gurgle of the water in the pipes and
the steady rustie of the light rain as it
falls fill our ears with dismal monotony.
Everything looks damp, draggled and
unpleasant ; the very air appears to be
smeared with mud; the hill tops that
usually relieve the sameness of the
view-the hili tons behind which on
happier days we have seen the glorious
colorings of sunset fade in the softened
tints of twilight or on which we have
watched the light and glow of sunrise
follow the deepening of the rose flush
vading moisture. Above there is an
impenetrable mass of dull gray with,
maybe an occasional exasperating de
lusive gleam of white to remind us
tauntingly of the sunshine and bright
ness Eid from us ; all around, whether
it be bare, tar stretching filds and
deserted and winding red roads or streets
and pavements and our neighbors'
premises that we look upon, ti're is no
light or life or beauty or brightness
and much of gloom and monotony and
The only things in active operation
at such times are the blue devils.
They take full possession. Real sor
rows become deeper and heavier and
more oppessive and hope and comfort
seem to go away to drown themselves.
Every mistake and particularly un
pleasant sin and disappointment of our
lives stirs itself and comes out for an
airing or a possible refreshing tear bath,
for thcse demons we create for our
selves and shut away as we go along
never quite die and lie eagerly in am
bush waiting until bad weather or
loneliness or some other propitious cir
cumstance calls them forth to do their
It is a bad habit, sitting by the win
dow and feeling unhappy, staring
blankly out while the dreary rain falls
-a bad habit and a growing one.
There is a certain luxury in it, for it is
a yielding of the mind and spirit to de
pressing outside influences. The some
thing--the mysterious, unlocated, un
defined something within us that is
us, that goes away when we die, that
we call soul or mind or spirit or whbat
we will-is so closely wrapped up in
the physical body that we can hardly
know which of the two is governing
the other. Many times the preacher is
sent for to minister to a mind diseased
when it is the doctor who is needed to
put the body in good working order.
The nerves are affected by the weather
as harp strings are. A large part of the
misery of bad weather i.s the result of
ignoble and unnecessary stirrender by
the animating spirit to the machine
that it should con trol. People becomei
low spirited and miserable because
their nerves relax or their lungs need
fresh air or their blce,d moves sluggishly
in default of exercise to p)ut their
hearts to vigorous pumping.t
The remedy fo'r the blues thait come 4
with the rain, at home or abroad, at
the window or in; store or oiee or
shop, is motion-active, energetic mo
tion and the deep~ breathing of fresh
air. We think any doctor will atlirm
the prescriptioni und any heart doctor
will add that if the exercise is directed
toward doing something for somebody
else-to do something to take thought
and purpose away from self and the
affairs and miseries of self awhile-it
will be all thme b'etter1. The prescriptioni i
is a very. v-ery old one and has been V
many times negieted. It is not less
efficient, however, for al :hat.
The most pers i tntr mu nist stop
sonme time and leave tihe air clear and
dry ;thme darkest elouds m1ust breatk
and scatter and roil away presently T
and the sun that has never ceased to gi
shine behind them will warm the (
earth and wake all things upon it to 4,
life and motion and draw forth bright ti
and beautiful an d wholesomie things S,
to cover 1it. lie heaviest sorrows will S&
lighten a' d gladness will blossom in T
the most dola1 te fields. Dark days 1,
and gloomy ones and times of fear and A
doubt and trouble may come again, am
but there is alwiays something some- Iit
where beyond to be looked for and D,
worked for. As the ship sails the sea 76
it rides one rolling wae en1 Met
uotht'r ; and the traveler must look
0 find mlnv hills to ei;1?4 antl bad
.)laces to 1-ht his way through. But
:he ship stopping in the trough of the
sea will find 1o safe and pleasant and
aeaceful haven and the traveller halt
:ng at hills will get nowhere. We have
)een told it all time and again in the
same metaphors, but the need for,being
:old it seems to lessen but slightly.
During the w-ar, and before it, for all
re know, there was a song of one line
and no special tune, maybe belonging
:o something the rest of which was
;enerally forgotten or nieglected. It
"There's a good time coming, boys,
Wait a little longer."
It is a capital good song for the win
dow on a rainy day, one merit being
that the p.erforiner may fit an air to it
according to his fancy. One of the
best things about it is that it is mestiy
JOKES AND JINGLLS.
IIEl WISI FU.FILLIiI).
"I want to be anl angel,"
The hired girl at the twilight trilled.
She kindled the fire with kerosene
Next morning, and had her wish
WHERE THE MCSIC WAS.
Miss Youngbud (devotee of banjo)
Now, Uncle Joshua, I have a "poser"
for you. Where is the music, in my
fingers or in the strings?
Uncle Joshua (frankly)-Neither,
b'gosh. It's in your mind.
SHE WAS SORRY.
"There is no marrying in heaven, we
The preacher said, and, with sorrow
A Chicago lady exclaimed, "Dear me,
Then there won't be any divorces
THE BOWERY R"IISED VERSION.
Sunday School Teacher-You may
repeat the golden text.
Johny-Them wot's got, gits ; an'
them wot's got nothin' gits left.
EARLIER THAN USUAL.
We know not to what cause the fact is
But from reports sent out it would
Ie pea,.h crop's ruined, badly ruined,
And eairlier than usual this year.
HE HAD A BIG BROTHER.
"What did they do with Joseph's
coat of many colors ?" asked the Sun
day school teacher.
"Cut it down and make it over for
Benjamin," hazarded a pensive little
boy at the end of the seat.
SRA menace he was to the peace
Of the city, but managed to thrive
And keep on good terms with the
Ne York police ;
F or, you see, he was running a dive.
and-or-how is your liver this morn
- Butcher-Fust rate, mum. I been
akin' Sratogy wichy for a month.
B3ERNIIARDT AND DAVENPORT.
'When rival Cleopatras war,
The fact is plainly seen
That they are qualified to star
The part of Egypt's Queen,
For if our histories are true,
The first one had a temper, too.
IT DIDN'S RUN S3MOOTH.
Browne-Why do Mr. and Mrs.
Freshile always look so sad and de
jected ? They have been married less
than a year.
Our champion atheletes are the sort
Who fraternize with bums;
They're idols of the flashy sport
And heroes of the slums,
A day the people hope to see
'When sports wvill not repel,
A day when men may athletes be
And gentleman as well.
HO0W AEOUT THE OTHER CHAP.
[Clothier and Furnisher.]
Singerly-You are the greatest man
in the world to wear neckties. I don't
think I ever saw you with the same
one t wice. How do you manage it ?
Strawber-Easy enough. I have a
HE STILL HAD to FOOT OLD BILLS.
[C'othier and Furnisher.]
Straw ber-That was a fun ny thing for
Wangle to do. He got a divorce from
his wife without alimony, and the next
ay married again.
Singerly- Umph : What did his first
Strawber-Oh, she got even withi
im. Shle is now his second wife's,
WHAT MOST 01F US WOULDI DO. J
LNew York LeCger.]
Toni Bigbee-I say, Upson, what
ould you do if you had a million ?
WE I'ROTECT Q UR WORKERS.
The tables of average earnings of
orkers in thle production of pig iron,
.n a number of representative estab
shments in this country and Europe,
eording to C'olonel Wright's report,
mge~ from $1.22 per day to $2.0S per
ayi hscountry, and from (32 cents
>0 0 cents per' day in the European
Yet he Kept Rtight On.
iMbe: "HI aven't I toldo vou a hun
re:I times not to kiss me. 2"'
Jacques :"Yes, I suppose you have.'"
Mabel: "Well, if vou knew ho0w
rd it was for me to say it you
~ouludn't make me do it.'
Bad blood causes dyspepsia and dys- D
psia reaets by causing bad blootd. So
th go on, growing worse, until theC
boie ystemis poisoned. The surest
easof reief for thle victim is a
oroughI and persistent course of Ayer'sJ
Thie Alianiice made a formlal contest av
r Congressmen in all States and one hi:
rrit ory last year, and this is the aggre
ite vote east by that party in each: T
o rado. 5,2 . Illinois 6,09S, Indiana"
4, Iowa 4,oi, K\ansas 63.924, Ken
iky 10,M2, L.ouisian~a 9'54, Michigan
51, Minnesota :'4,57', Nebraska 44,
, South Dakota 4!81 1, Oklahoma hr:
~rritory (for delegates to Congress) ho
9.Tetotal vote polled by theti
liance was thus 23,33 In Kansas nu
d Minnesota there was a sort of coa- ki.
on in some districts between the D.
mocrats and Alliance, which polled P
844 votes in Kansas and 20,306 inl de.
- - --~-----~.
of WVes: M!illecsex. recenly jone
Farrit Ailie:ee ciuh. underst.ndi.C
that it .ws ul a -eieet society alti
therefore v. ni not comle under the
bal of the United Presbyteriau Churchl
of whIlh he a amem:buer.
Aftei being iuit.iateii he found rEason
to change his minr.. I:e ieterntbed
tc ,o before the eldeis and confess that
he had unw2tingly sinned against the
ord:i nnes of th CI hurch.
Forgiveness was extended to him
nrovide: he would leave the Alliace,
whih h lid 11promptly.
Ch'dren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
So say Leading Physicians
and Th uggists, and their opin- g
ion is indorsed 'by thousands
cured by it of Scrofula, Ec
zema, Erysipelas, and other
diseases of the blood.
"Ayer's Sarraparilla has won its rep
t:tiun by years of valuable service to tl:e
ComImmity. It is the best." - It. S. Lang,
Druggist. '1 Merrimack sr.. Lowell. Mass.
Dr. W. P. Wright. Paw Paw Forl. Tenn.,
says: "In my practice. I invariably pre
scribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla for chronic dis
cases of the blood."
Dr. I'. R. Boyle, Third and Oxford sts.,
Philadelphia. Pa., writes For two years
I have prescribed Ayer's Sarsaparilla in
numerous instances, and I find it highly
efficacious in the treatient of all disorders
of the blood."
L. M. RYolbinson. Pharmackt. S:Ibina, 0.,
certiies : "Ayer's Sarsaparilla has alw::ys
been a great seller. My customers thinki
there is no blood-purifier equal tI it.''
"For n:any years I was afaicted with
serofulous running sores, whici. at last be- I
came so had the doctors advised amputating
one of my legs to save rmy life. I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla and soon saw an
improvenient. After using about two dozen
bottles the sores were healed. I continue to
take a few bottles of this medicine each
sear, for my blood, and am no longer trou
bled with sores. I have tried other reputed
blood-purifiers, but none does so much good
as Ayer's Sarsaparilla."-D. A. Robinson,
Don't fall to get
Ayer's sar'sapari yIl
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell. Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. 'riae $1; six Lott4:1e, $5.
Cures others, wiei cure you
anE-isi n tore pli p emhInhcomb t
forms and s.a en of Primary. secondary and 'rertiar
yphiIll Syphilti Rheomat m i . crfl al tie , oLd
C~hronIe lcer- that have r-alted all treatment. Catarrh.
. E .krIQrFI|
Mi:,. Disaes. Eczemna. ohroole Female Complaints. Mer
rinal Polson. TeOte'. Scald Head, Es., Etc.
P. P. P. j' r'ul solic, and an excellent a peire -
ade whoe myon ar pood and whsebroo is l
P CUR ESj
.~s'n rpetv t P.A1. rclyARh oIAos
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors.,
~rugglsts, Lippman's Bloek, SAVANNA H, GA,
,fvr?AN B5 RU.1T pl(TEs J3
LIPPMA N BROS., Proprletors,
uggists, Llppman's Block, SAVANNAH, GA.
'THE UNDERSIG~NED WOULD
re; t informth enrlpb
that h is prepalred to make estimates
d co nract for the biuilding. of churches.
lin1gs, storerlooms,. maIi othIer work in
line. Prices reasonable and work
aranteed. T1. H. CRIOMER.
> the People ofNewherry:
ni Surrounding Counties
HAVE RESUMED THE PRAC
tice o,f Medicine in aHl of its
mnes, and will attend calls at all
urs of the day or night in town or in
:ot ry. Special attention given
tetreatment of Diseases of Fe
des, and to Chronic diseases of all
ids, including Port Nasal Catarrb,
-spepsia, Skin diseases, Rheumatism,
es, etc.. etc., etc.
)flice for the present at nry resi
ace. SAMIPSON POPE, M. D.
~ay 15, 1890.
D) YOU KNOW THAT TOT
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 t
price that you buy then in Augusta'
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am biv
a dollar value for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every h
neighborhood in 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 cash comes with theg
BESIDES this Suite, I have a.
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and ail the popular
~ Cnn rice from the
for a Suite. -M
Special Bargain No. 2.1
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for S40.00. I
bought a large number of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this rine 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 shape~s
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
[s a walnut spring seat lounge, re
luced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
[s an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
rimmed up complete for $11.50 all
~harges paid to your depot, or a 5
iole range with trimmwings for $1.5.
3esides these I have the largest
toek of cooking stoves in the city,
neluding the Gauze door stoves
nud Ranges and the CHARTER
)AK STOVES with patent wire
auze doors. I am delivering thbese
toves everywhere all freight
harges paid at the price of an
rdinary stove, while they are far
up)erior to any other stoves made.
''ull particulars by mail.
100 rolls oi matting 40 yds to the
oil 5.75 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 25Scts. each.
,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet on
pring roller and fringed at 37) cts.,
ach. You must pay your own
-eight on Cornice Poles, Window
hades and Clocks- Now see here,
cannot quote you everything I
ave got in a store containing 22,000
~et of floor room, besides its~ an
exes and factory in another part
f the town. Ishall be pleased to
mnd you anything above men
oned, or will send nmy
atalogue free if you will say you
tw this advertisement in THE
FIERALD AND NEws, published at
'ew berry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. D)., or on con
gnmnent. I refer you to the editorsj
id publishers of this paiper or -to
iy ban king concern in Augusta,
to the Southern Express Co., all
L. F. PADGETT,
1110 AN 1112 Broad Street, (
agd,- - Georgia, f<
Proprietor of Padgett's Furai-| S
re, Stove, and Catrpet Stores. C
F'actory, Harrison St.i
I)etecriir. Gu:r.rd. i!e Wedding Gift -.
During the cerelony, aii' afte rward
until the brhl a nd groom started away
on their wedding tour, the Astors' pri
vate detective kept both eyes glued to
the tira, the necklace, the riviere, and
all the other diamonds. They are esti
mated to be worth considerably over
$2nn,000. Yesterday morning the gifts
wr e de'psitec in ti2 vaults which I
hold the marvelous treasure of Astor
jewels, worth enouxh to make half a
dozen people very rich indeed.
Evereybody is wotdering how much
the wedding cost-that is, of course, ex
cl:-sive of gowns and g-i;. OnC who
is compectent to judge places the entire
expenditure at about :9.4 Go.
S"ircusadvertisirg has ehanged very
little in its general style during the last
twenty years." said I. F. Hamilton,
who has just prepared GnO,0(;0 words of
advertising for Bariium's great moral
show. "Peonle have become :;o a ccus
tomed to the big adjectives that go
with the circus bill that a moderate
statement of all the wonders to beseen
within the big tent would not attract
attention. They are an important part
of the show, but it is very exhausting
work this season finding adjectives big
enough to give an idea of half the won
ders that we are going to exhibit."
The State of Texas has $772,S:i in
the taeasury after paying every claim.
To allay pai:nz, subdue inflammation,
heal foul sores and ulcers the most
prompt and satisfactory results are ob
ained by usiig that old reliable reme
dy, Dr. J. I. McLean's Volcanic Oil
If you suf:er pricking pains on mov
ing the eyes. or cannot bear bright
light, and find your sight weak and
failin;, you should promptly use Dr. J.
H. ML1ean's Strengthing Eye Salve.
25 cents a box.
Frequently accidents occur in the
house-hold which cause burns, cu 5,
sprains and bruises; for use in such
cases Dr. J. H. McLean's Volcanic Oil
Liniment has for many years been the
constant favorite family remedy.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
HAVE (IANGED MY PLACE
of business from the J. D. Cash
building to the office lately occupied by
Dr. Sampson Pope, on Friend Street,
two doors below the Observer office,
where I will keep on hand a full line
of Domestic, Davis, New Home,
Wheeler & Wilson, and other Sewing
Machines, also some of the best makes
of Organs. Orders for Pianos filled at
short notice, and satisfaction guaran
teed on all sales. If you want a Sew
ing Machine, Organ, or Piano, don't
iail before purch::sinz to call on
I). B. WHEELER.
JAS,K, P. 2nANS W H. NT, JR
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
A NYew Saloon Open.
I HAVE JUST OPENED AT A
rew 1)1ace on Mfain Street, New
berry, S. C., waere : am now prepared
to serve e' friends and customers to
The Very Best Wines,
Liquors, Oigars, Tob5acco,
FANCY GROCERIES, ETC.
I have bought my entire stock from
the very best Northern markets from
my own selection.
No Second Hand Stock
to con k nd w ith I do not belong to any
barroom pool or ring, which leaves me
able to make prices to suit my custom
ers, which shall be put at the
Vevy Lowest Fiqures.
Thanking all for past favors, and
soliciting a continuance of the same,
I am yours very truly,
ED. Y. MORRIS.
WILL BE MADE ON e
TALBQTT & SON'S
EN~GINES & BOILERS. K1
SPEC'AL ESTIMATES O.'
,AW MILLS AD
Machinery Generally. p
Saw Mills $200 to $(PnO.F
Corn Mills $115 to $:395.
Planters and Matchers $20) to $1,500.
I sell the most complete line of Saw
[ills and wood making machinery in -
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Home Ofiice Factory, Rtichmond, '
)ne Dollar Weekly
~uys a Gold Y.'atch by Our
) UR 14 KARAT PATENT STIFF
ened Gold( eases ar-e warranted
r 20 years. Walammi and Elgin
overnehts-reliable anrd well kno'wn.
emn wvind and stem set, H-un ti ni a nd
pen faco'. Lady's or Gent's size. Equal
any~ So5 wathl. W e sell one of thjese
aItches for $28 cnsh, anid send to any
Idress by registered nmail or by ex
ess C. O. D).. with privile-ge ofexam
Our Agent at Durham. N. C., writes:
Dur jewl'rs have co fe.1 the dt
iOW how you can~ furni- Vn.wok j
Sthe mnoney. '
One go'od reliale A nt Wantel in
elh p!:o-'. W rite fr;:riua.
EMlPIIm- WATCH( CL C(.
- ? ICJU87t 8IJ E
sew O6tA *
lilt S iNs
ReguIate The Bowels. 1
Costiveness deranges the whole gys
ter and bege:si d;~essoe, such as
Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases,
Bilious Colic, lalaria, etc.
T t-'s Pills prodnce rc;alar habit of
body and good digestion. witkont
nbich, no one can enjoy good health.
Sold Everywhere. s
-Q L I TORS
T. Q, BOOZER'S
Cheaper than Ever Before
Offered in Newberry.
IF YOU !NEED ANYTHING IN
GIVE ME A CALL
AND I ASSURE POLITE ATTEN
TION AND THi
FOR THE MONEY.
ALS() A FINE LINE OF
Thos. Q. Boozer.
u t a yo c
al n- rag h a ea o n
O.U& L. -HMET
5LLMAN GTS Ta AR
I k ~11 rn t uat y
t 5e ate firendid . . Gree &r galo,
be samer at oce The ats, and a
nr on rei yhnsfor colecio..
~ I T'SJ. S. RUSSELL. LWa
inormes the-publie har we are ren
la ared o in ue prpet gi nst o l oss c by ~
ire, Ccloe and Torenil d .Gcpglo n,
BR ONx. &rcris WISONH, gens
Newberr, SE . C
icrenounes Sh pic hweadahe one-.
padto Malaria,pLiert Compaints by
ire, Cyaofe and Terad emedy
lo pt rMArL ie (40 slitted.ast h
BUTONIEY H EV L1STONVENENT. A
Ne.b7 rry, -~C
R cRY M'F'G usCO, SHVEace, TENN.
8a"1 IAMNSi RANS
hL~ a Y\M
Columbia, S. C.
Over the :laughter of :,:t Jut., for
ieily sold at $15, $11.50, IS, $22.50 and
23, at this season of the year. I am
etertniined to reduce my winter stock
t a sacrifice. I have placed these
armeuts, giving you a good line to
elect from, for $10 in cash. This is the
reatest offer ever made by any one,
bowing I mean to dispeLse of the 4
oods if the price will move them.
hese garments are strictly first-class
n every particular. Nothing like it
ias ever been attempted before. The
,ublic has been misled by such sales,
>ut my offer is genuine and no hum
ug, and if you doubt it all I ask is an
nspection of these goods, or you m',y
rrite to some of your friends in the
ity for information of this great sale.
)nly $10 per Suit! You will regret it
f you do not secure one of these bar
M. L. Kinard,
NOT ONLY IN SOUTH CARO
lina, but glorious news comes
rom all over the Union. Democratic
riumph means Tariff Reform and
Carit Reform means
REDUCTION IN PRICES
Counts & Co. offer the following
,oods at cost:
ENTIRE TCCK OF CLOTHING
MEN'S and BOY'S HATS,
ADIES JACKETS, CLOAKS and
AWAY UNDER COST,
POCKET and TABLE CUTLERY,
We have marde a
[N PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
and in fact the entire line of
MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS,
Give us a call, and that right early,
;o avail yourself of the bargans offered.
COUNTS & Co.,
PROSPERITY, S. C,
INDLY THANKING MY:PAT
rnfor past favors, I solicit a
hare of their patronage by sending me
rderu which I can fill at short notice
.nd small profits, and remain as ever
EDUARD SCHOL TZ.
161 Fulton Ave., Astoria, N. Y.
lotice of Final Settlement
and Application for Final Discharge.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
-. that the undersigned, as one of
2e executors of the will of J. Walter
tockman, deceased, will make a final
ttlement of the estate of said de
~ased bef ore Hon. J. B. Fellers, Judge
Probate for Newberry County, on -
bursday, the twelfth day of March, j
91, -at ten o'clock in the forenoon,
id immediately thereafter will apply
the said Judge of Probate for a final
scharge from all liability on account
or in connection with said estate..
J. BURR STOCKMAN,
Newberry, S. C., 4 Feb., 1891. . ?
iar RRH. BLEASE. COLE. L. BLEASE. L
ILEiSE &BLEII8E, A
Attorneys at Law,
Vewberry and Prosperity, S. C. c.
Notice to Creditors.
LL PERSONS HAVING DE
.mands against the estate of Rich
I C. Chapman, deceased, are hereby
tified to present the same, on oath,
the undersigned or to J. F. J. Cald- GC
11, attorney at law.
JOHN M1. KINARD, ..
Adim'r cum. test, an. --
R. C. Chapman. ::
EETORIS' TUE Th0 EIDITORS ::
LL PE RS ONS HOLDING
L claims asgainst the estate of John .I
yes, deceased, are hereby notified-~
>resn t them to the undersigned, duly~
?sted, on or before the 20th of --
LEER. HAYES, ..
W. C. H AYES, --
Apamphiet of inomation andu
Oai Pae,s Cets, dudre
BOILINC WATER OR MIL &c.
P PS'S rj
ILABELLED 1.-2iLBt TINS ONLY.
ICHMOND AND DANVILLE RA.IL
COLUMBIA A.ND GREEN-VILLE DIVISI.W.
;ondensed Schedule-In effect Mar. 8th, 181.
(Trains run by 75th Meridian time.)
No.' N o. No. No."4
NORTHBOUND. 13. 15. 9. 17.
AMIP M AZ
A M P M v Charleston ........ 7 001....... ----....... ..... ..
&r Columbia.......... 11 .. .
Lv Columbia.......... 11 00 6 Ou ...
Alston......-...... 12 13 6 58....... 7 05...
Union............. 2 02...... ..........
A.r Spartanburg ...... 12 .. .. .
Tryon........... 5 46.....-.. ...
Flat Rock........ 6 E1 .... .... ...
Henderson........ 7 07 .... .... ..-..
Asheville.......... 00 .......
Hot Springs...... 9 40...... ... ... -
Po maria.........12 31i 7 13....7 22....
Prosperity...........12 5i1 7 33-..... 7 45....
Lv New rry.......... 1 13: 7 47'....... 8
Goldville............ .....' 8 46:... .. .....
Clinton.............9 0 ............
Ar Laurcns.............. ...... 9 45...... . ...
Ar Ninety-Six ....... 230,. . 9 38 ...
Lv N inety-Six......... 2501 . 9 18
Greenwood.. 3 12 ....... 9 10
A rFi.odges.........340 33;........AM10 05 PM
Lv odges............... 3 40 5 35 10 0512 15
Ar Abbeville.. ...4 15 4 15615 ........ 1140 105
Belton ..... ..... 4 30!....... .. 11 00 ....
Lv Belton............. 4 50;........ 11 10 ........
W illiamston ...... 4 53i........ ........ 11 2 .....
Pelzer.... .. . 5 0l..... .... 1128
Piedmont........ 5 17 .... .....11 45
Ar Greenville.....-. 6 00 ........... 12 20
Anderson......._.. 5 20 ....... 11 35....
Pendleton........ 615 ..... .... ....
Seneca ............. 7 35 _..... ... ...
Ar Walhalla............. 8 051...... .. .. . ...
Atlanta.. ... 12 0u ... .
SOUTHBOUND. *No 16. NO. No. No.
14. -, 10. 18. 40.
Lv Walhalla ........._........ .
Seneca.............. 9 00 ..... .... ........
Pendleton. .... 9 37 ......... ...
Anderson............. 10 15 ... 5........
Greenville.........19 30 ....... 2 :0 0
Piedmont.......... 10 10....., 3 35 3 37
Pelzer-...... .. 10 2" .... 3 53 S 55.
Ar Williamston...... 10 38..... 400 4 01
Ar Belton...... 10 40 ........ .... 425........
Lv Belton ..... 0..... .110.3 4 35....
. rMiAM - PM
Ar Abbeville.....4 4011 05 4 la 8 50 .4 40 10
A r Hodges......5 25 11 45 ... 9 0 5 2 40
Lv Hodges.... 12 10 ....... .. 5 28...
Greenwood........ 12 38 ....... ....... . 550 ..
Ar Ninety-Sir......... 1 05 A ....... 6 11.
Li, Ninety-Six ....... 1 7w ....... 6 11.
Laurens......... 7 . .......
Clinton.. ....... 7 oz . ..... . .
Ar Newberry- 01 vP prt....... 3 40, 9 ..... 7316
Lv4 periy......... 340 -...7
Pomaria............ 410 ..... .
Hot Springs....... 8 2 --
Asheville .....t.... 10 10 ... ,,.
Hendersonvile. 11 06i"+ .
Flat Rock.......... 11 15 ..
saluda............._ 11 431....... ...
Tryon............12 3 .. ..
Spartanburg...... 1 40J...... .... .
Ar union................ 2 431.
Alston............... 4.35 943........ 810
Ar Columbia......... 5 50110 50 ..-. 9 00.
Nos. 9. 1'). 15, 1, 17, 18,i40 and 4: daily ezceyt
Sunday. Main Ine Trains 13 and 4 ybe.
tween Columbil and Alston. Daily except
Sunday betwee Alston and Greenvllle.
Pullman ParloCar on ColumbiaandGreen
ville No. 13 daly from Columbia to Hot.
Springs N. C., 'tihout change.
JAS. L.'AYLOR en'n Pass. Agent.
D. CA'WELL, Dv. Pass.
Columb 8 C,
SOL. HAAS. Iffic Manager.
S""""" CA"LIN" RAILWAY CO.
commencing unday, Feb. 15th, 1891, at 2.55
P. M.,Passengeerains will run as follow. un
til further notic "Eastern Time":
TO AND ROM CHARLFTON.
Depart Columbi............... 650a m..... 556 p'M
Due Charleston.............105 a m..... 945 p m
Depart Charlesi3........... 700 a m... 500 p-m
Due Columbia4........10 4 a m.....100pm
TO A_ FROM CAMDEN.
Depart Columb...... 9 00 a m
Due Camden........... 1130 p m
South (aly except Sunday):
Depart Camde........ 4 45 p m
Due Columbia....... 7 25 p m
TO AI F.tcOM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columh.............. 6 50 am...... 5-55p
Due Augusa ..............1150 a m....11 25pin
Depart Augus......... 80a m...... 440 pm
Due Columbi...........10 48 ainm m.0p
Made at Unli Depot, Clma,with Co
lumbia and (cenville Railroad bytrain aa
riving at10 4. in,and dprigat6 5
p. m. Also ith Chrotte, omhs.n
Augusta Bnaad by sameain to andfrom
all points onbth roads to and from Char
-lotte and benad by trains leavin Charlae.
ton at 5 00 sn., and leaving Coubia at
10 43 a. mn.
Brashve.~rst e trin tae Suppenat
A.tCharlesh with steamers for New York.
for Jaca sontie and pints on the St.Johnis
River; also th Charetn and Savannah
Railroad tend from Savannah and at
points in Flida.
At August4'ith Georgia and Central Bail
roads to an~mall points West and South.
At Blackviloand from points on Barnwell
Railroad. T'ouga tickets can be purchased
to alnts-mand West,byp ying to
C. M. WDGeneral' anager.
S. B. PICE ,S Gen. Pass. Ag't'.
C OLUMB1.NEWBERRY.& LAUB.
Operated bya. B. Chamberlain, Recever
Eor S. C. Raly Co.
CHAC.ESToX, S. C., Feb. 15th, 1891.
Commencintis day the following sched. I
:le will be in fect:
WVEST BOUN PAss'E ?aarGur A
Saluda.....:...........5 47 pin 11 10a m
Leapharts!....5SSp m 1124 a m
lrmio.........6 0 pm i 4Oa m
Ba'entine'Mill. 6 21pm 11 54.am
WhiteRoC..... 630 pm 12 06p m
Chais...6 44 pm 12 24p m
LlttlMottan... 7 58pm 124,,p m
Pr rty....... 1 pm 1 07p m
LrNew --..~.735 pm 1 42p m
AST BOUN. PAss'a FREIE
~rColumbia.......9 55a m 5615pm m
Saluda............ 947 am 4556p m
Leapharts....9 35 am 4 35p m
Irmo.......... 923 am 4 15 pm
Balentines(lll...9 13 a m 3 55 p m
WhiteRo<...... 905 am 3 42 pm -
Chap ins.......8 53 am 818 pm
Little Mot tain..... 8 41 am 3 00 pm
Prosperit............ 8 20 am 2 30p m
v Newberry--...(O a m 2 00p m
v Newberry... 5 00 Ar Newberry... 5 45
ProsperIty... 8 20 Prosperity"'~. 5 28
r Columnbia..10 00 Lv Columbia..... 3 E
All trains W,iy except Sunday. Connee
ns at Colubla with Is. C. Railwa to and
om Charlesn, Augusta and the West. and
rthe Nhtnd East via the S. C. R'y and
or further 2~mation apply to
M.WAnD,. . Mo'rz Agent, ewberry.
Gen'l Maager, Gen'1 Pase. Agent.
TLANT4 COAST LINE.
L PAssnr,oun DEPRTI
Imin tn' -.C, uy 1890.
n am pm a
..700 ]....Charleston..Ar. 930
..830 ..Lanes----... " 78 -
...945 ...utr.... 620 -
...10 55 r....Columnbia.Lv. 500
..328 ...Winnsboro... " 336
..4 32*...Chester.......... " 2 35
.-5 45 ...Yorkville..." 109
--650 ...Lancaster..." 900
..513 ...Rock Hill..." 154
...110 ...Charlotte...." 1 00
...113$..r...Newerry...Lv 2 38.....
..312 .....Greenwood.. " 12 24........
...9 4.a"....Laurens....." 6 00.....
............Anderson..... " 10 02.....
... co0"....Greenville... "' 9 25.....
... 0 "...Walhalla.." 8 15.....
... 44"...Abbevillle..... " 10 50.....
...141"....Spartan brg " 1249.........
..7 01 " ..Hendersonville " 10 (9.....
...806 "....Asheville... " 9 22 .........
>lld traj.; betweenCharleston andColui...
S. C. lti. EMERSON, Gen'1 Pass. Aet -
W AL'Iij1s. Gen'l Manager.
UN9 IIEfTR1 IiOThL
C(LUMBIA, S. C.,
~he la est Hotel in tbe city, and has
-ing tf- past year, been thoroughly .4
ovatd, remodeled and refitted with
I offer, inducements for the accom-3
datiot of its patrons. Has spacious,
it and airy S3ample Rooms on first
r. Ho,t and Cold Baths, Elevator,
Cu~-ine under supervision of Mrs.
E ot, late of Lookout Point Ho.
Loo ut Mountain, Tenn.
he 'etorbhopes by strict att
I to wants of his patrons to
rit a onage.
7. 8 E. POST,