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I:V1RY TIIUI%SI)AY AT
NEWBERRY, S. C.
If You Have
CONSUMPTION COUGH OR COLD
BRONCHITIS Throat Af'ectIcn
SCROFULA Wasting of Flesh
Or any Disease where the Throat and Lungs
are Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Kerve
Power, you can be relievcd and Cured by
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Ask for Scott's Emu!sion, and let no e
ptanation or solicitation induee you to
accept a s,ubstitute.
Sckl by all Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE.Chemists, N.Y.
THE STRIKER OF BILLY PATTERSON
The Question Likely Settled and Two
Georgians will Get the Reward of
[From the Globe-Democrat.]
CARNESVILLE, Ga., March 21.-Tbe
public mind has been in doubt as to
who struck Billy Patterson ever since
that wonderful document, his will,
was made and put upon the record, in
which he offered 1.tNU for the man
who committed the assault.
The facts, in brief, are as follows:
Many years ago when this country
was fresh and there was less law and
order than now, there was a large
crowd of people in town, and a row
was raised in which a number of
parties took a hand, and a number of
fights. followed in which blood flowed
freely. After the fuss was somewhat
settled, Billy Patterson, the rich Bal
timore millernan, was in the edge of
the large crowd, and was at peace with
all mankind and had no ill will toward
any one. Very unexpectedly to him
and every one else, some one dealt him
a fearful blow, from which he was
felled to the ground and lay for some
time in stupor. He railled and got
up, and his first inquiry was for the
man who struck him, but no one an
swered the inquiry. He then offered
$1W for the man who would own to
striking him, or any one who would
give him the name of the party who
struck the blow. The reward was un
taken, and it remained so.
Mr. Patterson returned to his home
in Baltimore, but was never satisfied
about tihe unca-11ed-for assault upon
him, and ever afterward, when visi
ting this section, made every effort in
his power to find out wvho struck him.
A number of years afterward he died
in Baltimore, and after his death
his will was prob)ated, in which
the item offering S1,000) for the man
"who struck Billy Patterson" is found.
The will is a remarkable document and
contains much sound advice. There
have been, perhaps, one hundred claims
for the money made here to the ordi
nary and clerk of the Superior Court,
but none of the claims has been ac
compained with the necessary prCoof to
obtain the rewvard, and it is still wait
ing the proper showing to get it.
The parties have been found, it is
safe to say, who can give the name of
the assailant and get the booty. .The
parties who saw the assault and knew
who struck the blow were three small
schoolboys, who were always on hand,
as schoolboys are, when there was any
fighting going on. The reason assigned
for no one ever telling who the party
was before is that he was a very large
and stout man, and was of undoubted
courage, and it would have been death
to the informant to have told on him,
and, as MIr. Patterson was his equal
and perhaps his superior in point of
manhood and courage, he never ad
mitted hitting the liek, and it has re
mlained~ a secret until a short while ago,
when it was noised around that one of
the oldest citizens of tihe town was one
of the kids who was present at the time
and saw the blow struck: and that a
prominent citizen of Toccoa was with
him, and that they could give 'ome
light on this much talked of mystery.
Prof. A. J. MIorris of Bowman, who
wa raised here, and was visiting rela
tives here last week. and your corres
pondent sifted the mat ter to the bottom
and found that Prof. MIorgan H.
Looney, niow of this place, and, p)erhaps
MIajor John H. Freeman of Toccoa and
B. F. King, decease:d, then of this
pilace, were the school-boys who were
p)resent and saw the lick struck and
Mir. Patterson fall. It was surmised
then that James M1. Stovall struck tihe
blow, and from the best i nformatiov
we can gather he was the party. MIr.
Stovall died ses e -al years ago near this
place, and was k nown to many of older
citizens. He was a brothler of MIr. Ab
Stov:tll of Dores ('reek. Ga.. and( Mfr.
Job Stovail, of El iert->n. This will,
pernza's. give to two o: our pirmiet
and worthyv citizn 6.~, each, :~s it
lksas if the :at:er :- el'.ar and theC
proof amplec n- t-, "w:' str;ek Lilly
The :Merries.t u:r. tha:t'. ,,u.
Dundee," wa-. nodi.ib kin-'i of a
girl to a-k, "WV!at ar.- 'be wi wave
in your z>uttoni h'.le, .!v w:o . ful of
vivacity, and b.amin:' wit robpu-t
health. Evry irl in th~ ai' can be
just as full of liI uta wel,al just~
as merry as -ne -inee Dr.1 Pier'e has
placed h?is .'vri,-te 're.scription"
within theC reacht o.' 'i Yo 1.irsi
their teens, passing th;e a of puery
find it a gre: t aid . D i iat', pal" and
sickly girls will lind tis a wondl'rfurl
invigorator, and a sure corr.ct iv.- for
all derangemnuts and weakese. ini
cIdent to females.
[Newv York Sun.]
Old Seroirgs-What did vou c:'rve
onl that tomxbsto.re I ordiered a while
R. I. P."
Old Seroggs-That's all right : but I
am not better by to-morrow just make
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria'
ELECTIONS IN VARIOUS STATES.
Eeru!ts at the Polls in Many Cities of the
West and South.
Here are condensed results of Tues
lav's elections in a number of States:
Illinois-In Springfield the Demo
%rats won all the offices except the
Mayor (I. D. Lawrence, Rep., elected)
ind three out of seven Aldermen ; at
lialesburg the license party had a walk
nway; the Democrats carried Alton and
Kankakee; the Republicans carried
Princeton, Tuscola, Bloomington,
Woodstock, Mattoon, and Decatur; El
Paso elected a Democratic Mayor; Belle
ville Democratic: East St. Louis Dem
Wisconsin-In Janesville the Inde
pendent cididate for Mayor won. Jr
Manitowc the Republicans elected the
Mayor and the Democrats a inajorit3
of the City Council. In Racine the
Republicans won. Oconomowoc elec
ted a Democratic Mayor and Assessor,
the Republicans capturing the othel
olees. Beloit Republicans won on
no-license platform, La Crosse Repub
licans elected their Mayor, the [Demo
crats getting everything else. In Eat
Claire the Independent candidate foi
Mayor was elected, the Democrats tak
ing the other ofilces. The Madisor
Democrats won; so did the Oshkosl
Minnesota-At Stillwater the Demo
crats elected the Mayor, E. W. Durant
and one Alderman; the Republicans
City Treasurer and two Aldermen; a
Furgus Falls no license was beaten
South Dakota-Watertown elected
Democratic Mayor, the rest of the tick
et being Republican. At Huron th
Republicans elected everything excep
Missouri-The next Assembly i
Democratic. The Democrats electe<
their entire ticket for the St. Loui
City Council; Independence Demc
cratic; Mexico Democratic, except on
Alderman; Windsor Democratic
At Clinton offices equally divided be
tween the old parties; Aurora Republi
can; Nevada Democratic; Badali.
Democratic; Warrensburg Republican
The Democrats of St. Joseph electe
four of eight Aldermen.
Nebraska-In Hastings the Republi
cans made a clean sweep.
Kansas-The Republicans carried b;
a small majority, Kansas City by
greatly reduced majority, Atchisor
Ottawa, Clay Centre, Garden Cit3
Lawrence, Holton, Great Bend, Eurc
ka, and Beloit. Leuvenworth ani
Wichita were carried by the Dem<
crats, but by a greatly reduced majoi
ity. Abilene, Yates Centre, and Al
kansas City elected the Citizens' All:
ance tickets. In Dodge City the Ant
Prohibition ticket was elected; Empc
ria, Republican; Fort Scott, Citizen!
Alliance; Ottawa elected candidate
from each of the tickets. With th
exceptions of Kansas City, Topeka, an
Leavenworth, the woman vote wa
very light. They manifested the greal
est interest at Topeka, where a propc
sition was submitted to vote $30,000 i
bonds for the deficit in the county es
penses of the school fund, which r<
ceived the united support of the womer
Out of a total registered vote of 2,
740 women, 2,300) voted.
Colorado-Denver elected a Demc
cratic Mayor for the first time, Rogers
the next Mayor receiving 12,698 voter
the Democrats won at Central Cit;
and Grand Junction; at Colorada
Springs the Republicans elected th
Mayor, and the Council is divided
Leadville elected C. Fouts (Rep.) b;
62 majority, and the rest of the Re
publican ticket by smaller miajoities
the Democrats carried everything il
Arkansas-Little Rock and twent;
other towns elected Democratic offi
New Mexico-At Albuquerque th
Republicans elected the Mayor an'
live of the eight Aldermen.
California-In San Diego the Repub
licans made a clean sweep.
ONLY THE OFFICIAL COUNT IN CICA
GO wILL DECIDE.
Cur CAGO, A pril 8.-At a late hour tc
night it is claimed by the Democrat
that all returns have been received
and that the vote for mayor standr
Cregier (Democrat), 40,935; H. Wash
burn (Republican), 46,700; Cregier'
plurality; 23.5. The Republicans, o0
the other hand, strongly maintair
that H. Washburn has been elected
and only the official count will decid
which is mayor.
CANT STAND THE NEGRO.
TOPEIKA, Kan., April 8.-The munici
pal elections in this State surprises th,
Republicans.* * Many of the bes
Republicans in the State voted wit]
the Democrats on account of negre
vote having been organized by the Re
publicans. This was especially the casi
in Leavenworth, Fort Scott and Em
BEWARE OF THIRTEEN MISTAKES.
[Dry G;oods Chronicle.]
To vield to immaterial trifles.
To look for perfection ini our own ac.
To endehavor to mould all disposi
To expect uniformity of opinion ir
To measure the enjoyment of othe're
uv our own.
To expec:t to be able to undierstand
To believe on ly what our finitt
minirds can gras p.
To) look for judgmnent and experience
Not to make allowanrces for theC in
ir:i ties of others.
To wvorry ourselves anid others with:
hat e-ann ot be0 remedied.
To consider everythinrg impllossible
h1:t we~ cannot performi.
Not to alleviate all that needs alle
iaig as far as lies ini our power.
It. is a grand mnistake to set up your
>wni ta.ndard of right and wrong anid
judg 'eop le accord ingly.
"After a varied experienie with
many so-called cathartic remedies. I
im conIvince!d that Ayer's Pills givt
ie most satisfactory results. I rely
xclusivey oni these Pills for the curt
>fliver anid stomach complaints."--John
It. ell. .Sr., Abilene, Texas.
Chlenn- Cry for Pitcher's Casinria.
What the Alliance Woman Says.
[Kansas City 'Tim1es.j
Mrs. Mary Lease of Kansas, the lady
who has made a national reputation for
herself in her support of the Farmers'
Al.iance, addressed an audience of
good size at Music Hall yesterday after
noon. Here is a representative bunch
of some of her sayings.
"I defy any Republican or Democrat
to give a reason why he is a Democrat
or Republican except that his daddy
"The men who hovered near the
Canadian line and never smelled war
in al' their cowardly lives are the men
who have kept the North and South
"Which is the worst, the black slav
ery of the past or the white slavery of
"The West and South are two peas
in the same pod."
"Republicans always say that Demo
crats are corrupt, and should have no
place on the face of the earth. Demo
crats say the same of the Republicans.
We will satisfy both of them by taking
"The difference between the two
dominant parties is that one is in and
the other wants to get in."
"We asked for the earth in Kansas,
and we nearly got it'"
"The Alliance plough is strong
enough to turn a furrow and hide both
of the old parties from the light of the
The Irish Ether )rinkers.
t [From the London Times.]
The Committee on British and For
eign Spirits dealt with the question
of ether drinking in Ireland a few days
ago. Mr. Carter, the Prostestant rcc
tor of Cookstown, was the first wit
He stated that the practice of ether
drinking had prevailed in his district
which comprised an area of nearly
forty square miles, for about thirty
years. The people preferred ether to
whisky, be3ause it was cheaper and
T more effective. They first of all took
a small quantity of water, then a mod
icum of ether, holding their noses
while they drank it, and then they
drank water afterward. They did not
take it by inhalation, but by actual
drinking. An ordinary dose was about
two pen nyworth, which would be near
ly half a glass, and intoxication would
be produced by that almost immediate
ly. It aroused combative instincts, and
also produced a high state of exhilara
tion accompanied by shouting and
singing and the use of provocative
words. A great many people would
come to market and make themselves
drunk the whole lay for six days.
They would take a dose of ether at
10 o'clock, another at 1 o'clock, and
another perhaps at 4 o'clock, two pen
'nyworth each time, and that would
ekeep them in a state of intoxication
the whole day. Beggar women' car
Sried about ether in their pockets, and
-exchanged it with the country people
for eggs. The children were so much
Saccustomed to it that they were not
repelled by its unpleasant tas'e. They
frequently came to school smelling of
ether, and it was found that they got
it in the way described. In his dis
trict ether drinking was not a rarity,
but a common practice, and It was on
the increase. It is not true to say that
~ether drinking prevailed most among
The Eagle screams.
[New York Sun.]
I am the American Eagle,
And my wings flap togetner,
Likewise, I roost high,
And I eat bananas raw.
Rome may sit on her
Seven hills and howl,
-But she cannot
Sit on MIe!
SWill she please put that
In her organ and grind it ?
I am mostly a bird of peace.
And I was born without teeth.
-But I've got talons,
That reach from the storm
Beaten coasts of the Atlantic
-To the golden shores of the
And I use the Rocky Mfountains
-As whetstones to sharpen them on.
SI never cackle till I
Lay an egg-;
And I point with pride
To to the eggs I've laid
In the last hundred years or so.
5I'm game from
SThe point of my beak
To the star-spangled tip
Of my tail feathers,
And when I begin
STo scratch gravel,
Mind your eyes!
I'm the Cock of the Walk,
Anid the Hen bird of the
-Goddess of Liberty.
SThe only gallinaceous
E pluribus unum
IJ'nm an Eagle from Eagleville,
With a scream on me that niakes
Thunder sound like
On a still morning,
And my present address is
U. S. A.!!
Scrofula is transmitted from parent
to child, and thus becomes a famiily in
heritanle for generations. It is, there
fore, tile duity of every scrofulous per
son to cleanse his blood by a thorough
and pecrsistent course of Ayer's Sarsa
IF YOTTR BACK ACHES,
Or you are aln worn out, reall1y good for noth
:ing, it is general debiity. Try
BROW.&'N IRO.V BiTTERS.
It will cure you, cleanse your liver, and give
a good aippetite.
YOUNG WIVES !
W~Xho are for the first time to un
dergo woman's severest trial we offer
a remedv which if usecd as directed for
a wv weceks before coiinement, robs
it of its Pain, Horror and Risk to Life
of both mother and child, as thou
sands who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
MIOTH E's FRIEND is worth Its weight
in gold. M1y wife suffered more in ten min
ut(es with either of her first two children
thani '.he did altogether with her last. hav
ling ;xreviouisly used fou,r bottles of MIoTH
Ez's Fm END. It Is a ble<sinxg to mothers.
Carmni. ill.. Jan.. isJ0, G. F. LOCKWOOD.
Snr by expres. ebarges prepaidi. on re
eipt of price. $1.TO per bot tle. Solid by nl
drug~gists. Book to Mlothers mailed fre-e.
IBADFIELD REGt'LATOB Co., Atlarna. Ga.
Chi dren Crv fnr Pitcher's_Catoria:
When out of order, involves every organ of
the body. Remedies for some other derange
ment are frequently taken without the least
effect, because it is the liver which is the real
source of the trouble, and until that is set
right there can be no health, strength, or
comfort in any part of the system. 31ercury,
in some form, is a common specific for a slug
gish liver; but a far safer and more effective
For loss of appetite, bilious troubles, consti
pation, indigestion. and sick headache, these
Pills are unsurpassed.
"For a long time I was a sufferer from
stomach, liver, and kidney troubles, expe
riencing much difficulty in digestion, with
severe pains in the lumbar region and other
parts of the body. Having tried a variety of
remedies, including warm baths, with only
temporary relief, about three months ago I
began the use of Ayer's Pills, and my health
is so much improved that I gladly testify to
the superior merits of this niedicine." -
Manoel Jorge Pereira, Porto, Pcrtugal.
"For the cure of headache, Ayer's Cathar
tic Pills are the most effective medicine I
ever used."-R. K. James, Dorchester. Mass.
"When I feel the need of a cathartic, I take
Ayer's Pills, and find them to be more effec
tive than any other pill I ever took."- Mrs.
1. C. Grubb, Burwellville, Va.
"I have found in Ayer's Pills. an invalua
ble remedy for constipation, biliousness. and
kindred disorders, peculiar to niiasnmatic
localities. Taken in small and frequent
doses, these Pills
on the liver, restoring its natural powers. and
aiding it in throwing off malarial poisons."
- C. F. Alston, Quitman, Texas.
"Whenever I am troubled with constipa
tion, or suffer from loss of appetite, Ayer's
Pills set me right again."-A. J. Kiser, Jr.,
IRock House, Va.
" In 1858, by the advice of a friend. I began
the use of Ayer's Pills as a remedy for bil
iousness. constipation, high fevers. and
colds. They served me better tItan anything
I had previously tried, and I have used them
in attacks of that sort ever since."-II. W.
Iersh, Judsonia, Ark.
DR. J. Ct AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by an Druggists and Dealers in Medicine.
One fact is worth a thousand argunint,
and Dr. King's Royal G;ermetuter demion
strates every day that it is makin;g iore
cures than any other medical preparation
in the world.
A daughter of Mr. C. Jordan.of Atlanta.
was cured of a serious case of stonach and
Mr. N. T. Johnson, of Atlanta, was cured
of a long continued and severe case of
catarrh which was sapping his life away.
Mrs. 3M. Farmer. of West End, Atlanta.
was completely cured of a ten years' case
of inflammatory rheumatism.
Rev.A. AB. Vaughn. ('anton, Ga., was
cured of facial neuralgia.alsoof aliv'erand l
kidlney trouble of nmany years standing. I
MIrs.'T. S. Pelot, of A tlanta. h:.l been an
invalid 14 years. but Germetuervicured her.
MIrs. W. F. lterndton, Atlanta. (;a.. suf
fered with acute catarrh. one bottle of
Germnetue~r freed her from this direadlful
dti.ghter of F. T. Btrosins. of Atilanta,
bad tried every' k-nown remedy for ag-I
gravated r1yspepsia. Two bottles of Ger
Mr. .ewi vi rnett. Atlanta. Ga., had
been aflietd with indtigestion for:'v ears,
complicatetd with diarrho'n. Thr''e-fourths f
of a bottle (cured himt soun id alit wi-lIl. i
SThousands of voluntary certificiates tes- i
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Rtoyal Germletlttr. It b,uilds tup at once. n
wooes " nature's sof t n urse "- re'fresh ing
sleep, stimulates the appetite, ai!s diges
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health. For weak wonien, clerks, bolk-W
ikeepers. millinters, stenoigraphers, houts"- l
wives, etc., it is the nonpareil of alt reim
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diseases hv removing the cau--e. P'rice.
$1.50 per c'oncentrated bot tle, wh ich will
make one gallon oif nmedliemt, as per na
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full particulairs, won<h-rful cures et c. 11
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One box of these pills will save many
dollars in docto a bills. Thley are
specially prepared at a
and supplies a want long felt. They rem
move unhealthy accunmulations frona
the body, without naus'ea or griping.
Adaptel to young and old. Priee, 250.
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LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
'Druggists, Lippman's Block, SAVANNAH,.GA.
* . S. DasmT
To cturc ltt!ouer.ss, Sick IIeadache, Consti
pation, Malaria, Livcr 'onmplainits, take
the safe and certain rcemedy,
T.1he SMA LLSiz N1Ith.nonto the
Pri'' of 'eia,-r i.ize'. 2c. per ltotile.
Si:i: AT * L " S PANi-. SIZE.
FIRE, CYCLONES AND
1'informr the ptuib' that we:are p)re
pared to inIsure psroperty against loss by
ir", Cvelones and Tornadoes.
Youir'patronage is Q(licited.
RURTOJN & WILSON, Agents.
New berry, S. C.
ildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
DO YOU KNOW TIIAT YOu
Can buy any article of
Cooking Stoves, J
Window Shades, Lace 1
BABY CARRIAGES, CLCCKS,
Mirrors. Pictures. Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattre-ses.
Comforts, Blankets, and a tiousurd
and one articles needed in a hmu-e,
delivered at your depot at the same
pricethatyou buythenin Augusta?
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar va lue for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
Tointroduce my business in every
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 c20. 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 the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
reat many other suites in Walnut,
ak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
heapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain N~o.2.
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 S40.00J. I
bought a large number of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $3.0 Besides
these suites I haive a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain N~o. 3.
Is a walnut sprinrg seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain Noc. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up complete for $11.50 all
charges p)aid to your depot, or a .5
hole range with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stoek of cooking stoves in the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Ran~ges and the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wvire
gauze doors. I am delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid at the price of an
ordinary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves made.
Full particulars by mail.
100 rolls of matting 40 yds to the
roll 5.75 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 23rts. each.
1,000) Window Shades 3x7 teet on
spring roller and fringed at 37 ets.,
each. You must pay your own
*freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannot qiuote you everything I
have got in a store containing 22,O00
feet of floor room, besides its an
nexes and factory in another part
of the town. I shall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THE x
H ER AL ANI) Niws, published at
New berry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. D., or on con
signment. I refer you to the editorsi
and publishers of this paper or to
any banking concern in Augusta,
orto the Southern Express Co., all
>f whom know me personally.
L F. PADGETT,
1110 AxN 1112 Broad Street,
Augusta, - - Georgia,
Proprietor of Padgett's Furni
ue, Stove, and Carpet Stores.
Factory, Harrison St.
[ roni the LI ,i on ('ouit .lotl-inal.I
A phIotograpli 1OVelty .is now on
view at the Literary adil 1'hilosophic
C 'b. Berkeley square, and it will
doubtless be inspected with much in
speeted with much interest just at'the
present time, when no little stir has
b,"en causd in photographic circles
reltecting the discovery of pliotogra
p1y in natural colors. It is a colored
photographlic print said to have been
taken directly from negatives, the pro
cess adlopted having been successfully
carried out by Mr. F. Bi1ighI Bond, ar
(hit (et, who is also the honorable sec
r--t:rv of the Bristol and \Vst of En
gland \m.tcur Photographie Associa
The phtograph is of ealinet size,
and is a view of Land's End. It is a
c1hiclnor-cllotype, and is printed in
blue carmine, and yellow, fron a set of
three negatives. As intimated, the
print is produced directly from neg
ati"es, which it is claim-d have un
dergone no retouching or nanipula
tion beyond the chemical develop
ment. The principle involved is the
s;-lection of the colors of nature in the
negative and their recombination in
the print which is said to be perma
nent. The photograph, which is dated
Au,ust, 159u, is certainly a charming
little picture. The coloring of the
rocks and the sea is especially re
t'arkatle for its naturalness and beau
tv, while the blending and shading of
the tints are characterized by the ut
most delicacy. The print cannot fail
it) excite the admiration of all amateur
ThT ONLY IN SOUTH CARO
i hna, but glorious news comes
from all over the Union. Democratic
tiunmph means Tariff Reform and
Tarilt Reform means
REDUCTION IN PRICES
Counts & Co. other the following
goods at cost:
,NTIBB STJGK OP fLTHINQ
MEN'S and BOY'S HATS,
LADIES JACKETS, CLOAKS and
AWAY UNDER COST.
POCK ET and TABLE CUTLERY,
BROG AN BOOTS.
We have made a
IN PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
anid in fact the entire line of
MILLINERY, DIRESS GOODS,
JEANS, and SHOES.
(;ive us a call, and that right early,
to avail yoturself of the hai'gans o ffered.
COUNTS & Co.,
PROSPERITY, S. C,
JAS K(. P. e6GANs W H HU.1T.' JR
GOGGANS & HUNT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range.
BOILING WATER OR MILK
"..ABELLED 1.2 LB. TINS ONLY.
A New Saloon Open.
I HAVE JUST OPENED AT A
.new place on .Main Street, New
herry, S. C., wher'e I am now plrepared
to serve imy friends and customers to
The V/ery Best Wines,
Liquors, Oigars, Tobacco,
FANCY GRiOCERIES, ETC.
I have bought my entire stock from
the very best Northern miarkets from
miy own st-lection.
No Second Hand Stock
to contend w ith. I do not belong to any
barroom pool or ritng, which leav'es me
ale to a ke prics to suit my~ custom
er. w ~hiebI sha ll be put at the
Vfevy Lowest Fiqures.
Thanking all for past favors, and
soliciting a cotntinuance of the same,
I ami yours v'ery truly,
ED. Y. MORRIS.
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a Gold W'atch by Oir
)( URZ 14 KA \RAT PATENT STlIF~F
enedl Goldl cases are warranted
for' 2 year's. Waltham and Elgin
no vemein ts-rel iable and w,ellI known.
Stem wind and1 stem set, Hutingtt~ and
Open face-, Ladyv's or (Gent't size. Equ11al
to anv~ $-5 watch. We~ sell one oif Ihiese
wates for 6: cash, and( send to any
addres- by' registered tmail or by ex
prss C. 0. D., wvit hi priv'ilege of exam
)Our Agentt at Durhlam, N. C'., writes:
"Ou)tr jeweb-r's have%' (Ot conessed they' dont
know how you can furnish stuchi work
for the mane.''
One '.rood ri hable Agrent WXansted in
ech pla ihe.\ Wrt e for 1partlicuIaris.
45&. n.Maide Lane, Ne Y ork.
W Rodandind, Efe c.
int CIderYour r
~CICEST Ef ENSLI8,
~ ~ ,'amp. ~
10,000 Tadino~i..s imi.
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RICHMQNDANI) DANVILLE RAIL
COLUMBIA AND GREENVT.LLE Divisit N.
'ASsF.X:R DEPARTM VT.
Condensed Schedule-In effect Mar. Si h, 1891.
(Trains run by 75th Meridian time.)
No. No No. No. NO.
NORTHBOUND. 13. 15. 9. 17. 43.
A)P M AM
Lv Charleston. 7 d ......... ........ ........
Ar Colum bia............11 0 .. ...... ......
Lv Columbia......... 11 00 6.0 ........ i 2u ......
Alston............... .12 13 65 ....... 7,05 ......
Union . 2 '_ .... - ... -
Ar Spartauburg ... : 121 ..... - -......-- .......
Tryon................ 5 461 ..... ........... ....
Saluda...... ... 6 ;27 ....... ....... ..... .
Flat Rock........... 6.54 ........ ..... ........
Henderson.......... 7 u7 .... I ..... --....
A sheville......... .. 00,...... ....... ........ .....
Hot Springs...i 94 4... .... .
Ponaria..........1...12 31' 7 13. 7 22....
Prosperity............2 5i 7 3:........ 7 451A M
Lv Newberry.. ........ 1 13 7 47'.....--- 8 03 8 10
Goldville............. ..... 8 46 ....... ........10 06
Clinton. ........... ...... 9 08 .... .......10 42
Ar Laurcns.............. 9 45 .... . 11 40
Ar Ninety-Six ....... 230 ..... ..... 9 18 ......
Lv Niuety-Six......... 250 ............ 9 18!......
Greenwood....... 3 12 ...... . 9 44.. .....
Ar Hodges......... . 3 .. A M 10 05
Lv Hodges.........12 1 3 40 5 35 ...... 10 5 ........
ir Abbeville ... 1 05 4 15 6 15'........ 11 40.......
Belton ....... 4 11 00........
Lv Belton.............. .. . .... 11 1 ..... .......
W illiamston ...... 4 53........;11 2 ..............
Pelzer...... ....... 50 .........11 28 ....... .......
Piedm ont ........... 5 17 ........11 45 ....... ........
Ar Greenville........ 6 00 .... 2 20 ........
Anderson............ 5 20 ........ ......11 i ......
Pendleton........... 6 5 .......... ........I).....
Seneca.........7 10 .....1...... .......
Lv Seneca ..... .......... . ...... ......
Ar Walhalla.. 8 0.5.. .... 80 ... ....... ...
Atlanta.. . 12 04........ ............... .
SOUTHBOUND. *No No. No. No. No
- . 16. 10. 18. 42.
Lv Walhalla............. 8 30 ...................
Seneca............... 9 0 ................ ..... ....
Pendleton......... 9 37 ....... ............... .......
Anderson............. 10 15 .... 4 00 .......
Greenville....... 9 30 ....... . 00 .... ....
Piedmont........-010 1.... 33 ......
Pelzer............ 10 7 ...... 3 5 ... I.......
Ar Williamston..... 103 .... 4 01 ......
Ar Belton.............. '5 .4 25 ...
Lv Belton... ..... 110 .. 4 25 .... ......
Ar Abbeville......1 50 11 05 P M. 4 40?.....
A r Hodges............... 1145 4 15 ....... 5 35 ......
Lv Hodges......... 2 40 10 ... . 28 .......
Greenwood......... 12 38 ..............
At Ninety-Six.......... 6161................ f 11........
L, Ninety-Six ......... 1 30 A M ........ 6 11 P M
Laurens............. 7 10 ...... ..... 12 30
Clinton.............. 7 32 ... ...1 1 24
Goldville ........... 7 52 .... 1 58
Ar Newberry..._.... 3 10j 8 45 .... 7 16 3 .35
Lv Prosperity....... 3.34 93 ..7 ........
Pomaria........... 4 02; 9 25 ....... 7 55........
Hot Springs........ 8 32 .............. .......
Asheville........... 1 0 . . .... ...... .
Hendersonville. 11 06 ...... . .... ......
Flat Rock........ I1 1 ..I... .....
Saluda......... ..... 11 43 ......... ...... ........
Tryon ........ 12 31 .... .... ...........
Spartanburg.... 1 40! .... ...
Ar-Union............... 2 431 .. .. ......
Alston.. 4 25 9 43 .... 8.10 .....
Ar Columbia............. 5 30u10 50 ........ 9 00.......
Nos. 9, 11. 15, 16, 17, 18,.42 and 43 daily except
Sunday. Main Line Trains 13 and .4 daily be
tween Columbia and Alston. Daily except
Sunday between Alston and Greenville.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, (4en'l Pass. Agent.
D. CA' DW BLL, Div. Pass. At.,
Columbia, S. C.
SOL. HAAS. Tafic Mana?er.
A TLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington, N. C., Mar. 8 1891.
GoIw WEST. GOING EAST
No-14. No. 52. No.53. No.57.
pm am pm am
......... 7 00 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 9 45 .........
...... 30 " ...Lanes.......... " 8 '5 .........
......... 9 45 " ...Sumter.......... " 6 50 .........
......... 1065 Ar....Columbia......Lv. 5 35 .........
......... 3 28 " ...Winnsboro... " ...... ........
......... 4 32 " ...Chester..... . " ...... .........
......... 5 45 " ...Yorkville...... " ...... .........
...... 6.50 " ..Lancaster...... "
........ 513 " ...Rock Hill..... " ...... .........
......... 6 10 " ...Charlotte....... " ...... .........
......... 1 13 Ar.....Newberry...Lv 3:' .... ..
......... 3 12 " ......Greenwood.. " 12 38 .........
.....9 45 "...Laurens....." 7 00.....
....... 5 .:0 "...Anderson..... " 10 15 ....
..... 640 "...Greenville... " 9 30 ....
.....805o"...Walhalla.. 8 30.....
....... 4 40 "...Abbeville..... " 11 05.....
.....1 4) "...Spartanburg " 1 45 ....
.....7 07 " ..Hendersonville " 1106 ....
....... 8 00 "...Asheville... " .10'10 ....
Solid trains between Charleston and Colum
bia, S. . T. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
H. WA LTERS. Gen'l Manager.
ED AESS & ilEAC NOISES CURE8by
DEA - eckr INVISIBLE TOICLAS EAI
KCUSHIONS. Whspr heard. com
fortab!eo. siecessii where al Eemedlestfall. sold by . mIsC0%
tal. Us3Br'dway. Sew York. Writ. for book .tproofaE.
SOUTHE CAROLINA BAILWAY CO.
commencing Sunday, Mar. 29, 1891, at 10.15
P. M.,Passenger Trains will run as follows uin
tii further notice "Eastern Time":
TO AiD FROM CHARLTSTON.
Depart Columbia.........6350am..... 5 35p m
Due Charleston...........1105 am..... 9 30p m
Depart Charleston........700 am..... 500p m
Due Columbia... .......10O4 a m.....10 05p m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
Depart Columbia... 9 00a m
Due Camden......... 11 30 p m
South (Daily except Sunday):
Depart Camden..... 4 45 p m
Due Columbia.........7 ;6 p m
TO AND FttOM AUGUISTA.
Depart Colunmbia.....650 a m...5 35p m
Due Augusta.............1 0a m..1115p m
Depart Augusta ....... 800 am...4 40p m
Due Columbia ............10 43 am..10056pm
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with Co
lumbia and Greenville Railroad by train ar
riving at10 43 a. mn., and departing at 5 35
p. m. Also with Charlotte, Columbia and
Augusta Railroad by same traIn to andTfrom
all points on both roads to and from Char
lotte and beyond by trains leaving Charles
ton at 5 00 p. mn., and leaving Columbia at
10 43 a.m.
Passengers by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with steamers for New Yorir.
Monday, Wednesday andFriday with steamer
for JIaca sonville and points on the St. John's
River; also with Charleston an~d Savannah
Railroad to and from Savannah and at
points in Florida.
At Augustawith Georgia and Central Rail
roads to and from all points West and South.
At Blackville to and from points on Blarnwell
Railroad. Through ticketsa can be purchased
to all points South and West, by applying to
G. P. MILLER, U. T. A., Columbia.
C. M. WARDJ General Manager.
S. B. PICKENS, Gen. Pass. Ag't.
C OLUMBIA.NEWBERRY& LAUR
E~NS B. B.
Operated by D. H. Chamberlain, Receiver
for S. C. Railway Co.
CHARLEsTON, S. C., Mar. 29th, 1893.
Commencing this day the foliowing schied
ule will be in eflect:
WEST BOUND PAsS'R FRE'IGHT
Lv Colum bia...... 5 p m 11 00 a mn
Saluda............ 547 pnm 11 10a m
Leapharts........5 58 pm 1124 a m
.lrmno..............6 :tpn m l1140a m
Ba:entine's 31ll.. 63 21 p in 11 54 a mn
Wh ite Rock.......630 pm 12 00pnm
Chapius...........644 pm 12 24 pim
Little Mountain. 7 .58 p mn 12 4. p m
Prosperity........7 13p m 1 07p m
Ar New berry ...... 73:p m 1 42p m
EAST BOUND. P'ASS'R FREIoHT
A rColum bia. .........9S55anm 5 15p m
Saluda............... 9 4aum 4 55 p m
Leapharts ........... 9 35 a mn 4 35 p mi
Irmo.................. 925 am 4153p m
B3alentine's Mill...9 131 a m 3 55 p mn
Wbhite Rock....... U 05a mn 3 42 p mn
Cha vins..............S 5-3 a mn 3 183 p mi
Lit tle Mountain..8 41 a mn 3 00 p mn
Prosperity.......... S 20 a in 2 30 p in
Lv .New berry.........8 toa m 2 00 pm
LvYNewberry. ... 40 A r Newberry...545
Prosperity...... S 20 P'rosperity...... 5 23
A r Columbia..10 00) Lv Coln mbia...3 30
All trains daily except Sunday. C7onnee
tions at Columbia with S. C. Rtailway to and
from CharlestAon, Augusta and t lie West. and
for the North and East via the S. C. R'y and
Clyde Steamnshi ps.
For further in formatio,n apply to
E. S. Morr.:, Aaent, Newberry.
C. Md. WARDn. S. B. PICENgS,
Gen'i Manager, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
GRIND CENTRE1 FO1EL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Is the largest Hotel in the city, and ha.,
during the past year, beeni thoroughly
renovated, remodeled and refitted with
all modern improvements.
and off'ers inducements for the accom
modation of its patronts. Has spacious,
light and airy Sample Rooms on first
floor. Hot and Cold Baths, Elevator,
&c. Cuisine under supervision of Mrs.
E. E. Post, late of Lookout Point Ho-.
tel, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
The proprietor hopes by strict atten
tion to the wants of his patrons to
merit a share of patronage.
F. W. SEEGERS, E. E. POST,
a1icans ed re P. 1' .a a puddcamobintaaon.
a d prescrib- t wi g grat .at4act !o for the cures oraU
f.,-. snd stage. of Primary, Secondary and Te
i ptcr Reumat rofoae . eur t
Gandu.a~r Swelin Sheo.matLm. Malarla, old
(}rri"I :c"-e that ha r r"si%tr,i all treatmeeLat. 'tarh.
PL0Sri ""h CURES"
a :. .ases ezna . Chro Female Complaint, Mer
ruri Poison. Tetter. Scal H Pead. Stc. Ete.
j WZfu c.and an exceiet aPpetser.
tuilding up the syst.em rapidly.
Ladles whoe rstems are poisoned and whose blood Iit!
an Impure co7dittoc du- to tntruifal irregularities are
PO. . iMALARIA
i e "Ape.culiarly benelted by the woneerful tonic and blood1
leaning propet 0r 1'. P Pickly Ash, Poke Boo
and Potssu ct
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
Druggists. Lippman's Block. SAVANNAH,GA.
T. Q. BOOZER'S.
Cheaper than Ever Before
Offered in Newberry.
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GIVE ME A CALL
AND I ASSURE POLITE ATTEN
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