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EVERY THURSDAY AT
NEW BERRY, S. .
THE SUB-TREASURY BILL.
Full Text of the Extraordinary Measure
Which the Democratic Party is to
Swallow or be Defeated by a .
Detection from Its
Section 1. Be it'enacted by the House
of Representatives of the United States
of America in Congress assembled,
That there may be established in each
of the counties of each of the States of
the United States a branch of the treas
ury department of the United States to
be known and- designated as a sub
treasury, as 'hereinafter provided.
When one hundred or more citizens of
any county in any State shall petition
the Secretary of the Treasury request- I
ing the location of a sub-treasury in
such county and shall, first, present
written evidence duly authenticated
by the oath or affirmation of the county
clerk and sheriff, showing that the
gross average amount per annum of
cotton, wheat, oats, corn and tobacco
produced and sold in that county for
the last preceding two years exceeds
the sum cf $500,000 at current prices in
said county at the time; and, second,
present a good and sufficient bond for
title to a suitable and adequate amount
of land to be donated to the Govern
:nent of the United States fdr the loca
tion of the sub-treasury buildings; and
third, a certificate of election showing
that the site for the location of such
sub-treasury has been chosen by a pop
ular vote of the citizens of that county,
and also naming the manager of the
sub-treasury elected at said election,
for the purpose of taking charge of said
sub-treasury under such requirements
as may be prescribed. It shall in that
case be the duty of the Secretary of the
Treasury to proceed without delay to
establish a sub-treasury department in
such county, as hereinafter provided.
Section 2. That any owner of cotton,
wheat, corn, oats or tobacco may de
posit the same in the sub-treasury
.nearest the point of its production and
receive therefor treasury notes, herein
after provided for, equal at the date of
deposit to 80 per cent of the net value
of such products at the market price;
said price to be determined by the $ee
retary of the Treasury under rules and
regulations prescribed, based upon the
price current in the leading cotton,
tobacco, or grain markets of the United
States, but no deposits consisting in
whole or in part of cotton, tobacco or
grain imported into this country shall
be received under the provisions of this
Section 3. That the Secretary of the
Treasury shall cause to 'be prepared
treasury notes in such amounts as may
be required for the purpose of the above
section, and in such form and denomi
-nations as he may prescribe, provided
that no note shall be of a denomination
of less than one dollar or more than
issued under this Act shall be receiva
ble for customs, and shall be a full legal
tender for all debts, both public and
private, and such notes, when held by
any national banking association shall
be counted as part of the lawful reserve.
Section 5. It shall be the duty of the
manager of a sub-treasury when cotton,
grain or tobacco is received by him on
deposit as above prescribed, to give a
warehouse receipt, showing the amount
and grade or quality of such cotton,
tobacco or grain, and its value at date
of deposit; the amount of treasury notes
the sub-treasurer has advanced on the
products; that the interest on the mo
ney so advanced is at the rate of 1 per
cent per annum; expressly stating the
amount of insurance, weighing, class
ing, warehousing and other charges
that will run against such deposit of
cotton, grain or tobacco. All such
ware house receipts shall be negotiable
Section 63. That the cotbton, grain or
tobacco deposited in the sub-treasury
under the provisions of this Act may
be redeemed by the holder of the wale
house receipt herein provided for, either
at the sub-treasury, in which the pro
duct is deposited, or at any other sub
treasury, by the surrender of such ware
house receipt and toe payment in law
ful money of the United States of the
same amount originally advanced by
the sub-treasury against the product
and such further amount as may be
necessary to discharge all interest that
may have accrued as against the ad
vance made on the deposit of products;
and all insurance, ware house and
other charges that attach to the pro
duct for ware housing and handling.
All lawful money received at the sub
treasury as a return of the actual
amount of money advanced by the
Government against farm products as
above specified shall be returned with]
a full report of the transaction to the
Secretary of the Treasury, who shall
make record of the transaction and
cancel and destroy the money so re- 1
turned. A sub-treasury that receives(
a ware house receipt as above provided,1
together with the return of the properc
amount, of lawful nmoney and alle
charges as herein provided when the
product for which it is given is stored
in some other sub-treasury sball give
an order on such other sub-treasury I
for the delivery of the cotton, grain or t
tobacco as the case may be, and the
Secretary of the Treasury shall provide
for the adjustment between sub-treas
uries of all charges.
Section 7. The Secretary of the Treas
ury shall prescribe such rules and reg
ulations as are necessary for governing
the details of the management of the o
sub-treasuries, fixing the salary, bond
and responsibility of each of the man
agers of sub-treasuries, (provided that b
the salar-y of any manager of a sub- a
treasury shall not exceed the sum of
$100 per annum,) holding the managers
of sub-treasuries personally responsible
on their bonds for weights and classifi- c
cations of all produce, providing for thet
rejection of unmerchantable grades of
cotton, grain or tobacco, or for such as
may be in bad condition, and shall pro
vide rules for the sale at public auction
of all cotton, corn, eats, wheat or
tobacco that has been placed on deposit
after due notice published. The pro
ceeds of the sale of such product shall
be applied first, to the reimbursement
of the sub-treasury of the amount
originally advanced together with all
charges, and second, the balance shall
be held on deposit for,the benefit of the
holder of the ware house receipt, who
shall be entitled to :eceive the same on
the surrender of his ware house receipt.
The Secretary of the Treasury shall
also provide rules for the duplication of
any papers in case of loss or destruc
Section 8. It shall be the duty of
the Secretary of the Treasury, when
Section 1 of this Act has been complied
with, to cause to be erected according
to the laws and customs governing the
constitution-of Government buildings
a suitable sub-treasury building, with
such ware house or elevator facilities
as the character and amount of the
products of that section may indicate
as necessary. Such building shall be
supplied with all modern conveniences
for handling and safely storing and
preserving the products likely to be de
8ection 9. That any gain arising from
the- charges for insurance, weighing,
storing. classing, holding, shipping,
interest or other charges, after paying
all expenses of conducting the sub
treasury shall be accounted for and
paid into the treasury of the United
Section 10. The term of office of man
ager of a sub-treasury shall be two
years, and the regular election to fill
such office shall be at the same time as
the election for members of the House
of Representatives of the Congress of
the United States. In case of a vacan
cy in the office of manager of the sub
treasury by death, resignation or other
wise, the Secretary of the Treasury
shall have power to appoint a manager
for the unexpired term.
Section 11. That the sum of $50,000,
000, or so much thereof as may be found
necessary to carry out the provisions of
this Act, is hereby appropriated out of
any moneys in the treasury, not other
wise appropriated, for that purpose.
Section 12. That so much of any or
all other Acts as are in conflict with
the provisions of this Act is hereby re
ALL TOGETHER IN OHIO!
Democratic Heavy Artillery Swinging into
Line With Cleveland at the Head.
COLUMBUS, 0., July 23.-The Demo
cratic State executive committee has
extended a formal' invitation to Ex
President Cleveland to deliver not less
than six speeches in behalf of Governor
Campbell during the coming camgaign.
Assurance was given that the Ex-Presi
dent would accept such an invitation.
Governor Hill, General Palmer, Gov
ernors Peck and Boies with Senators
Voorhees, Vance, Vilas and other rep
resentative Democrats, will be asked
to aid in the campaign. J. E. :Neal, who
led Governor Campbell to victory two
years ago, has been selected as chair
man of the campaign committee. The
State campaign will open about the
first of September.
TILLMAN'S .JERSEY COWS.
Rumored Sale of Twenty of Them to Clem
' Special to The State.]
EDGEFIELD, S. C., July 22.-It is ru
mored here that Governor Tillman
has sold, from his Edgefield farm, to
the State, for the use of Clemson Col
lege, twenty Jersey cows at $200 each,
or $4,000 for the lot.
A Senator's Son Shot.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., July 18.-Nat
M. Jones, son of United States Senator
Jas. M. Jones, of Arkansas, was shot
and perhaps fatally wounded at the
senator's home in Washington Ark.,
this afternoon, by a school teacher
named J. F. Shefiey. The two men
ad a row up town and Jones followed
Shefiey to the depot and into a passen
ger coach, where the tragedy occurred.
Jones cnnot live.
DIED FROM HIS WOUNDS.
LrrTrLE 2RICK, Ark., July 20.-Nat
K. Jones, youngest son of United States
Senator James K. Jones, of Arkansas,
who was shiot by J. F. Shepley at Wash
ington, Ark, died yesterday morning
of his wounds. Shepley is in jail.
FROM SEACOAST TO MOUNTAIN.
Fhe Capo Fear and Cincinnati Railroad
Going to Greenville.
[Special to the State.]
GREENvILLE, S. C., July 17.-A
9,000,000 mortgage was recorded here
:o-day. It was given by the Cape Fear
Id Cincinnati Railroad to the Massa
~husetts Loan and Trust Company of
Boston. The Cape Fear is a new road,
o be built from Southport, N. C., to
~his city, with branch lines to Charles
on and elsewhere. The grading is to
~ommence on the road in twenty days,
td the general manager, who was here
o-day, he said to a reporter that the
oad will be built from Southport here,
nside of seven been months. The road
vill probably be extended from here to
Tho'American Hog in France.
PARIs, Jelly 18.--The decree readmit
ing American pork, passed by the
Thamber of Deputies, simply enacts
hat American salt pork, ham and ba
~on, which have been subject to a duty
f Si francs pet 100 kilos before the
nactment of the law prohibiting the
mportation of American pork, shall
ow be admitted subject; to an import
ax of 20 francs, in accordance with the
iew tariff. All prohibition is abolished.
ts immediate application is attributed
o the persistent efforts of United States
inister Reed. The vote, by which
be decree was passed, was 36.5 to 99.
FOSANDS OF WOMEN
Become afflieted and remain so,
ffering untold miseries from a sense
F delic ther cannot overcome.
BRDFIEL'S FE?ILE REGULATOR,
ystimulating and arousing to healthy
tion all her organs,
ACTS AS A SPECIFIC.
It causes health to bloom on the
eek, and joy to reign throughout
te frame. It never fails to cure.
The Best Medicine ever Made for Women.
"My wife has been unde,r treatment of
ading physicians three years. withous
.enefit. Afterusingthreebottlesof BEAD
mL's FEMr.= REGULAOR she can do
iR oWN COoEDG, MTTKLTIG AND WAsfIG."
N. S. Bzr& , Henderson, Ala.
3PArL REGULAOR Co., Atlanta, Ga.
DON'T GIVE UP
The use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. One bottle
may not cure "right off" a complaint of
years; persist until a cure is effected. As a
general rule, improvement follows shortly
after beginning the use of this medicine.
With many people, the effect is immediately
noticeable; but some constitutions are less
susceptible to medicinal influences than
others, and the curative process may, there
Sore, in such cases, be less prompt. Perse
verance in using this remedy is sure of its
reward at last. Sooner or later, the most
stubborn blood diseases yield to
1 "For several years, In the spring months,
I used to be troubled with a drowsy, tired
feeling, and a dull pain in the small of my
back, so bad, at times, as to prevent my
being able to walk, the least sudden motion
causing me severe distress. Frequently,
boils and rashes would break out on various
parts of the body. By the advice of friends
and my family physician, I began the use of
Ayer's Sarsaparilla and continued it till the
poison in my blood was thoroughly eradica
ted.".-L.W. English, Montgomery City, Mo.
"My system was all run down; my skin
rough and of yellowish hue. I tried various
remedies, and while some of them gave me
temporary relief, none of them did any per
manent good. At last I J>egan to take
A er's Sarsaparilla, continuing it exclusive
ly for a considerable time, and am pleased
to say that it completely
I presume my liver was very much out of
order, and the blood Impure in consequence.
I feel that I cannot too highly recommend
Ayer's Sarsaparilla to any one aflicted as I
was."-Mrs. N. A. Smith, Glover, Vt.
"For years I suffered from scrofula and
blood diseases. The doctors' prescriptions
and several so-called blood-purifiers being of
no avail, I was at last advised by a friend to
try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I did so, and now
feel like a new man, being fully restored to
health."--C. N. Frink, Decorah. Iowa. *
Prepared by Dr.J. C. Ayer & Co.,Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; Price $1; six bottles $5.
Cures gthers,will cure you
INSURED FOR 8100,000 OR OVER.
Prominent Men Who Carry Immense Sums
Upon Their Lives.
Life insurance having reached that
point in this country that the man of
family who does not instlre is the ex
ception and not the rule, it is not unin
teresting to see how our most success
ful, and therefore presumably most
able men, regard it. The amount of
insurance that these men carry on
their lives is the best essay that could
be written in favor of the system now
in vogue. The following is a list of
men who carry large-insurance policies
on their lives, and who thereby indorse
the companies who assume the risk:
John Wanamaker, Philadelphia...$600,000
Edwin Ruth, Chicago................. 500,000
Chauncey M . Depew, N. Y.......... 500,000
Hamilton Disston, Phiiadelphia... 500,000
George K. Anderson, N. Y.......... 375,000
Geo. K. Anderson, Titusville, Pa.. 350.000
W. H. Langley, Gallipolis. Ohio... 200,000
Isidor Cohnfeld, New York......290,000
P. Lorillard, New York.........255,000
Cyrus W. Field, New York......... 250,000
J.~V. Farewell, Chicago.........223,000
Dr. R. C, Flower, Boston.......215,000
Frank Jones, Portsmouth, N. H... 205,000
Edson Keith, Chicago..........205,000
R. Gardner Chase, Boston......200,000
J. R. Whipple, Boston.........200,000
J. S. Carr, Durham, N. C.......175,000
H. B. Hyde, New York.......... 6,000
J. W. Doane, Chicago...........160,000
George Kelly, Philadelphia......160,000
Philip Reilly, St. Paul, Minn...160,000
Clement Studebaker, S. Bend,Ind. 153,000
Henry B. Wolcott, Denver, Col... 150,000
Asa B.~ Potter, Boston...........140,000
Oliver Ames, Massachusetts...125,000
Theodore N.'Vail, New York...125,000
3. H. Haverly, Chicago.........120,000
Charles A.Diana, New-York......120,000
W. E. Winner, Kanas City, Mo.. 115.000
Daniel P. Eels, Cleveland, Ohio.. 112,000
Charles D. Jacob, Louisville; Ky. 112,000
J.RB. McPherson, Jersey City,N J. 110.000
A. B. Farquhar, York, Pa..... 110,000
John C. Paige, Boston.........105,000
James A. Gary, Baltimore, Md... 103.000
J. F. Rathibone, Albany, N. Y..100,000
R. E. Wright, Jr., Allentown, Pa 100,000
E. P. Wilber, Lehigh Valley B.R. 100,000
E. W. Blatchford, Chicago......100,000
George M. Pullman, Chicago...100,000
Stewart Shilito, Cincinnati......100,000
Hugh McMillan, Detroit.......100,000
W. D. Robinson, Detroit.......100,000
Hon. J.;D. Cameron, Harrisb'g Pa 100,000
E. B. Sutton, Ne w York....... 100,000
Joseph B. Colgate, New York...100,000
Henry W. Poor, New York...100,000
Wharton Barker, Philadelphia... 100.000
H. H. Warner, Rochester.......100,000
She Was Willing to Give Up All.
When Queen Eli.zabeth found death
approaching her, she cried despairng
ly, "All my possessions for a moment
of time !" There are wealthy ladies to
day, the world over, who would gladly
exchange their riches for sound health.
Many are made well and happy by Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, a never
failing cure for diseases so common to
women. As a corrective for all func
tional weaknesses it is of universal re
pute among the sex, and thousands of
pale, worn-out, enfeebled victims have
been changed into vigorous women
and girls by its use. Guaranteed to
give satisfaction, or price refunded.
Druggists have it.
Children Cry f0r Pitcher's Castora'
This popla remedy never fs$us se
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Sick
Headache, Biliousness t
And all diseases arising from a c.
Torpid Liver and Bad Digestion. fl
The atural result is good ajpetit ti
and solid flesh. Dose small ; elga4is c
1.7 sEar coated andi easy to swallow.
CANANDAIGUA ACADEMY, a
Boys only. Incorporated in 1795.s
Thorough preparation fi' all colleges and
nr business. Home care and training in
'rincipal's family. Send for catalogue to J.
!Norris, Prin., Canandaigna, N. Y. o
PAsk for catoge
TRRnY M'F'G en0..... N5V1.. .
MURDERED FOR HIS MONEY'
A Prminent York Farmer Waylaid anc
[Special to The State.]
RocsK HILL, s. C., July '2.-Ain atro
cious crime was committed near hern
last night. Mr. J. S. Wright, one 0
our most successful farmers, was am
bushed and shot while on his was
home. He had been here and drev
some money out of the bank, and iti:
supposed that he was shot for hi.
money. Suspicion pointed to a negrc
named Patton, who has been arrested
and it is thought that he is the guilt3
party. Mr. Wright still lives, and is
conscious, but it is feared he will die.
YORKVILLE, S. C., July 24.-I learn
that Mr. J. S. Wright, who was shot
by a would-be assassin near Ebenezer
church on Tuesday evening, is not
seriously hurt, as at first reported, but
that the assassin's bullet merely grazed
the skull, and Mr. Wright is now able
to be out. Two more negroes have
been arrested in connection with the
THE MYSTERIOUS LAKE.
Another Investigation of the Stream
Which Supplies It.
Los ANGELES, Cal., July 18.-Engi
neer Swayne, of the Southern Pacific
has returned here, and Teports thal
about twenty miles south and east o
Flowing Wells, his party came to the
stream which supplies the Salton Lake
The party was unable to cross the
river, and the extent of the lower wal:
was not ascertained, but was though1
to be larger than that at Salton. Tb
lower lake is connected by the Colorad<
with the Gulf, and the water flow,
with the tide. Mr. Swayne does nol
think the breaks in the Colorado cat
be rep:..:'d, but does not take a seriou:
view of the flood, and considers thi
railroad track in no danger. He is o
the opinion that the stream from th
Colorado is a permanent one, and thai
a good deal of country will be rendered
available by the availibility of water foi
"I was troubled with Catarrh foi
over two years. I tried various reine
dies, and was treated by a number o
physicians, but received no benefi
until I began to take Ayer's Sarsapa
rilla. A few bottles of this medicine
cured me." -Jesse M. Boggs, Holma.'
Mills, N. C.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
Physicians endorse P. P. P. as a splendid
combination, and prescribe it with great
satisfaction for the cures of all forms and
stages of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary
Byphilis, Byphilitie Bheumatism, Serofu.
os Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swelling,
Rheumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
that have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
- 0% URES
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Pemale
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Totter,
Scald Head, Etc., Etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an ex.
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ade whose systems are poisoned and
whose blood is in an impure condition due
to menstrual Irregularities are yculiarly
benefted by the wonderful tonic and blood
censing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
Ash, Poke Boot and Potassium.
LPPEAN BROS., Oruggists, Proprietors,
U ippan's Blck, SAVANNAH, GA.
For sale by WV. E. PEL H AM, Druggist.
PRING ~ [OTIN
INIiG LOTRIN I
I will off'er you bargains In Spring
3lothing, new goods, no samples or job
ots purchased for this occasion. I am
ffering you suits bought this spring in
acks and cutaways that sold at $13.50,
15, $6.50, $18 .50, $2250a and $25. Tbhese
uits will be sold for
This line is farsuperior to any I hay
ffered in any of my sales in the past
nd it beats the record of any house in
be city for great values in new spring
lothiag. I am determined to ged rid
f this stock if such offers as I am mak
g will move them. TLi e who have
ien advantage of the met two sales
an testfy to the genuineness of these
flers. There is no bait to cateh or de
de the public in these 3Ales. This is
genuine stile. Hundreds have seen
is stock and know the value of the
lits offered and they will testify to the
>rmer prnces, showing you the great
iuction made in this sale.
Remember there never was a better
>portunity to secure a suit of spring
othes than at this sale.
Also remember that these suits are
>t broken lots, but a regular run or
tes, just as I carry in stock.
Bear in mind, this sale is strictly for
sh, and suits must be paid for before
iving the store.
L. L. KINABD,
enLumIMIA . P. c
DO YOU KNOW TEAT YOI
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 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., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
~at many other suites in Walnut,
k, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No.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 $40.00. I
bought a large number of them at
a banikrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine 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 walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 ..,oking stove
trimmed up complete for $11.50 -all
charges paid-to your depot, or a 5
hole range with trimmings for $16.
Besides these I have the largest
stock of cooking stoves in the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Ran~ges and the CHARTER
OAK STO VES with patent wire
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 $5.76 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 25cts. each.
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 teet on
spring roller and fringed at 37j cts.,
each. You must pay your own
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Nowr see nere,
I cannot quote you everything I
have got in a store containing22,600)
feet of floor room, besides its an
ne.xes and factory in another part
of the town. Ishall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in Tus
HERALD AND NEWS, published at
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. D., or on con
signment. I refer you to the editors
and publishiers of this naDer or to
any banking concern in 'Augusta,
or to the Southern Express Co., all
of whom imoW me personally.
L F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
Augusta, ,. - Georgia.
Proprietor of Padg.ett's Fyri.
tur-e, Stove, and Carpet Stores.
:act ory, Barrison St.
. RUTHERFORD MI
" BOARD ON SUPERVISED
. .Barracks, Mess Hall, Sur
OF TEACHERS. Open Se
W. T. R. BELL, A.M.,
Ask my agents fo. W. L. Douglas Shoes.
If not for sal. in your, place ask your
dealer to send for catalogue, secure the
agency, and get them for you.
C- TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..&I
WHY IS THE
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CEN TEMEN
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
It Is a seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread
to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish
and easy, and benuse oe make more shoes of this
grade than any other manufacturer, it equals and
sowed shoes costing from $4W to $5.00.
$5he0 Genaine Hand-sewed, the finest calf
*shoe ever offered for $5.00; equals French
imported shoes which cost from $8.ui to $12.00.
$S4 00 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf.
"stylish, comfortable and durable. The bet
shoe ever offered at this price; same -grade as cus
tom-made shoes costing from $6.00 to $9.00.
S3 !' olice Shoe; Farmers. Railroad Men
$ * av a Lette rCarriers al l wear them: fine calf,
seamless, smooth inside heavy three soles, exten
sion edge One pair wili wear ayer
8~0fne calf; no better shoe ever offered at
S2n. this price; one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
S225ad 82.00 Workin gman's shoes
INSLstron "id durable. Those who
have given them a trial om1l wear no other make.
B0 r 6 2.00 and $1.73 school shoes re
Fo worn bythe boyseverywhere; they sell
on thei merits, as the increasing sales show. ,bs
Lad I e5 DongodaHer ed +shole, esth
I shtinfrom T 0 .
L~adles' 2.30, 82.00 and $1.13 shoe for
Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable.
Caution.-See that W. L Douglas' name and
pico are stamV on the bOttm of each shoe.
V~. . DUGLA. Bocktn, ass.
FOR SALE BY
MINTER & JAMIESON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
W E KEEP A GOOD LINE OF
IN STOCK ALL THE TIME AT
N .For Ten Dollars
IS HARD TO BEAT.
NewbAND SEE IT.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS
I.J. Sork Sho on
W -AWUL REPECIA T FU Y
AlDn Ay abnce Mr. Woobleyr
ED AD LHOLTZ.
ON HA1TN AND. AFOR, S.AL.
NUVRT W4ERA ATENTSTIFF
enedFACGo cUas rranteEd.
oril0yr. WalHam CKL ETgi
noremengtoial an wbe know.
)peng y L as en's sir. R obl
Brc wil h 7 achg. eloeo s
ato.s for pW ash ar, soliito ay
sharjeer ecnfse theiparagby sednm
noewhich yo can furnish suhr notic
ane d sl rofita nttd minee
O.asnse D .ollar ee kly
Buysa God Wach b Ou
Lot C lar *a..
MiESS PLAN. New Buildings including
erintendents Q,uarters, etc. FULL CORPS
ptember ist, 1891. Send for Register.
iuperintendent, RUTHERFORDTON, N. C.
SURPLUS ............. 15,000,000
INCOME IN 1S90....... 32,000,000
During forty-six years its income
from interest and rents has more than
paid its death losses.
I t issues every desirable form of
It furnishes a complete c:ntract.
It has paid every loss in S. C.
It disputes no honest claims.
I t has no suicide clause.
It is purely mutual aad makes more
money per thousand of insurance than
any other company.
.ts death and expense rate is the
Its Endowment and Annuity busi
ness is greater than all the other com
panies in the Uiied States combined
3bowing the. conlidensce that wealthy
nd business men have in its integrity
Send me the date of your birth and
let me show you how you can make a
fortune more certainly than in any
)ther way. A. P. PIFER,
Newberry, S. C.
THE UNION CENTA
LIFE INSJMCE COMTAY
[e one of the Standard Companies o
,he United States. The best Policy
vritten is by this Company. Call and
M. L. BONHAM,
State Agent South Carolina,
)ffice in Rear Central National Bank.
C3LUMBIA, S. C.
nIGARS 0- TOBAGO
CAl.T AT THlE
ON AIN STREET.
. EY MOTC
WILL BE MADE ON
PALBOTT & SON'S
ENGINES & BOILERS.
AW MILLS AND
Saw Mills $200 to $600.
Corn Mills $115 to $395.
Planters and Matchers $200 to $1,500.
I sell the most complete line of Saw
[ills and wood making machinery in
. C. BADH AM, Gen'I Art.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Home Offce Factory, Richmond,
rH E GRfAfiKEALITH DR.NK
L respectfully inform the general pub- i
3 that he is prepared tozmake estimates P
id contract for the building of churches,
wellings, storerooms, and other work ini ,
s ie. Prices -easnable and wrk
-aan erd T H r OM
heapter than Ever Before s
[F YQIU NEED ANYTHING IN
GIVE ME A CALL
D I ASSURE POLITE ATTEN- W
TION AND THE ci
S8T GOOD0 8
FQIR THE MONEY.
..41g 4 F'INE LINE3 (F
SThos. Q. Boozer.
GOGGANS & HUNT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range.
R ICHMOND AND.DANVILLE RAIL
COLUXBIA AND (GRzzY-ILL Dvxernx.
Condensed Schedule-In effect July 5, 1891.
(Trains run by 75th Meridian time.)
No.r No. No. No. No.
W ESTBOUND. 13. 15. 17. 7. 9.
LvCharleston AMAMAMP MAM
L..ha.eto ....... 5 .. ....... ..
S 6 40 6 15 ..... ........
Lv Columbia..~.......I.10 1o 15 ........ 600..
Union................ ...... 12 38 ........
Ar Spartanburg......... 155...... ........ ...
Tryon. ..............- 6.... .........
Saluda........ ... 341
Fiat Rock....... 4 09 ......... ....
Henderson....... .... 4 22 ......
Asheville....... ...: 5 17 ......... .
Hot Springs.. 6 461 ....... .66.-. .
LvPaint Rock... 6 50.............
Mor tw ..........7 15 ..........-....
Knoxville .. 8 301...... ....
Ar C:ncinnati................ 1015 ...... ........
Lv Prosperity...........2 .... 8 50 7 28 ........
Newberry..... 9 4012 57f .... 9 07 745.......
Clinton.........105 . .. 908
Ar Laurens.....10 55 ..... 9 45
Ar Ninety.Slx ....... 215....
Lv Ninety-Six....... 2 35.....10 22 .... -..
Greenwood......... 2 .... 10 45
Ar Abbeville......... 4 00 .....11 b5..... .
Lv Abbeville.... .... ....... 12 15
Lv Belton....... 4 20 .... .... 1225
Pelzer..... .... 4. 42..
Ar Creenville......... . 4
Anderson.......,,.. 548...12 ~ 50
Seneca......... 7 . ...... . ...
Lv Seneca.......5. .
Ar Walhalla .. 5.. . ..:
4Atlanta.. 2.... ...... -
EASTBOUND. No No No. No. NO.
14. 18. 18. 8. 10.
LvWlha AMPM PMAMPM
L 5a- 00 aa...... 1017 ....... . 0
Pendleton.. 40 .... .
5nero 4.._1 8 .. .... 2 .3......
6 nvle....... .4110 . 3
Piemon._... . 1135,... . 4 11
Peze._...~_.1152 _.. -428
Ar Belton~... ... 1 0....... 4 00 - 5
ArAbbevile.......1 25 ........ 500.........
Lv Abbev5lle....... 1235 ....... .10................
Greenwood......... 145 . ... 622...... ..
Ar Nlnety-Si... .... 2056...... ~~.
L. Ninety-Six P M 2 25.....~ 6 52...~...
Lanrens...... 515 ... ..... 6 20 .....
.ntn.. 4.1. 18, -. 0.
Lv Prosper ........... 4 0..... 81681
LvCincinnat......... 8 00.
Pndlen....... 1A .M
Andersone........... 8 15..........
Moretnvl........ _1 90 ._..
Paint Rock........... 115- ... -
Hot Sprtng.......123Ahvle .~. 20..
Henderson.le...... 1 52 .......
ar oc.-....-..2 3 16 .
reanburg...... 6 3.....
ArColumba........ ..0 850....... 940
Charleston..... 9 00 .........
Trains 7, 8,9, 10. 1.; 14.17 18, 42, 48, Daily
except Sunday. Pullmn Sieeper on Trains
15 and 16 between Charleston and Cincinnati,
Obio, via Atlantic Coast Line, Columbia,
Asheville Paint ock Morristown, Knox
ville, Selllco and Junction ("ity.
. A. DODSON. Superintendent..
W. H. GREEN. .eneral Mana.
JAS. L. TAYLOR, G4en'11'sass.Agenc.
D. C5W00LL. Div. .P.s.A t.
ATL.ANTIC COAST LIXE.
WFilmiI~0 $ LNN .a 53.M
Between Charleston and Columbia andUppe
South Carolina and Western
K ONDEllE EDU..E.
GOING WST. GOIRG EAW
N~o"14. No. 52. No. 58. No,97
m58 61 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 1250 U
710n 746e...La......"117 $
Ashevi7le...Smr......... "10 )
FLat 100cA........... ..Lv 9U 0
4alu a.......... . ...." 82
Tro 616 ............. .." 10
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327 r.......8e00y....... ...........
266 ~........e8w15d...... .....,.....
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40 .. ... ...v3le....... ..23.... ....
..... 3enersnvle .....0....1....
51 .. ..A ....v4lle ..............
oUtau eweCharleston..... 9 and250............-..
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exep WSunda. Pen' iManaSgt er. o an
Ohio,miAntl SCa, Mayi0.e, Coat 2bi5,
Ash,Pegeains Rocl, Mrr asown,oEn.
illurer ntice "Easuntern Tite.
TO A DO DN Surintenden O.
W .GEEN. ( eDa railnyier
BeteCharleston4ad Col m andUppm
S olutharolin94am and 0aWester p
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|-par a mde....am Su ta
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......... 3u42a"...Winnbo..... " 4a 19 .........p
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--... at0 "n...anclaving... "C8l ........
........ 24 w57 Ar....ebery forL 3e Y32....
..... Ja svl "a...Gndioints on t1e St. .......
liras witweCharleston andoanna
EALuTEwRS. Georgi Mander. m lw
. cmen Sonday rom p ,nt9o , Eat2.55
?.r.asseng Ticks ca rn as follows un
a1 pontse noth "adst, byime": z44
C.O AD O ( A Ra T.PION
OuerCaeston..0 a mber9In R o12vep
rl4C. iWest (Doly)
TO AND FBOM, S CA,MDuEN 21.
EastBUN (Daily) XLU
)atlua......0 00m -K~
)u adn......429p 106Qa
Lite oubi..... 15m 11p a
)e ar Club......... a~ m....O4p m
4.ST BOU eD. (Daily) FEIH
epart Agust............800 a m... 715pm
)urmo.bi........... 1am in 10 pm
LIade tUnonpot, Colmia, ithCopm
Prosped reity.e B4ailoa bytr4narivn
,t.nd100a.m... a m 4150pnd
Luagt Rai reid dysmai exet Sndafro
,1 onsnbt od oand from Charletn uut n h
eatte and beond the othandsia thaeS
ona oy p . and SeavsipngA Cmint
t 10. C. andth Rilwayond and fo nie;Ab.
rUle fnd Gercinati poin int 3 eno
Pass frther Inoton tapp tkoupra
At.OSeton with stentrsfo ebYrr.
int WinD Florda. . c. -s
AtAngustawither gend Peal ABatl
airad.Tho hticet ca b p rbad
> l onts SonanWs,E ap ir i
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