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SNE VVBERRY. S. C.
~~-IN DARKEST RUSSIA."
A Starting Exposure of the Treatment of
the Jews--Instances Given that Seem
LoNo, August 13.-The work en
titled "In Darkest Russia" lias met
w.th a very good sale and to-day a s' -
ond edition was issued. ~~ Ook is
devoted to an e- of the wrongs
from which t* Jews of Russui sufler,
-."A ' e ition of to-day gives a long
list of fresh persecutions to which He
brews in that country have been sub
A vast mass of statistics is p-esented
to prove that the statement alleged to
have been made by the Czar that the
Jews were connected with the dyna
mite outrages is unfounded.
One-instance of intolerance of the
Czarina is given in the book, the facts
concerning which were reccivel from
a trustworthy source. Her majesty, in
companywith theCzar, some timesince
inspected the troops forming the garri
son at Moscow. It is custonarv on
such occasions to give the soldiers a
holiday after the inspection is con
eluded. Oa the occasion referred to
the officers of the various regiments
were instructed that no Jewish soldier
must be present at the inspection. At
the particular request of the Czarina,
the Jews were confined to their bar
racks. In informing them of the rea
son why they were not permitted to
join their fellow-soldiers their officers
told them that Jews were efiensive
to her majesty, who wished to be
spared the sight of them.
- The book contains a letter 'fromn the
Duke of Westminister, saying that
things in Russia are going from bad to
worse. The inhumanity of the Rus
sian authorities. the Duke declares, is
astounding, almost incredible. The
Czar, according to the same authority,
renders himself liable to be placed in
the category of rulers who, like Philip
II, of Spain, clothed with irresponsib!e
power, have used it not for the happi
ness and benefit of their subjects, but
for their ruin. Such rulers, the Duke
says, deserve the contempt and loath
ing of all that is best in the civilized
A letter from a Jew in Russia to the
minister is also published in the book.
The writer says that the most serious
matter of all is the general outlawry in
which the Jews are held. Every petty
Russian official assumes the right to
treat them as he sees fit. As an illus
--tration of this misuse of power he in
stances the fact that the police of Liban
recently issued an order prohibiting the
Je.vs from bathing in the sea in sum
A letter receiv-ed from a gentleman
in Charlottenburg, Germany, describ
ing the condition of the Jews who are
fleeing from Russia, says that the refu
gees who have not sufThicient
payf te mu price 01 .:sets to Amierica
have received tickets from the JTewish
emigration committee at less than
EvERY JEw TO E~ E:xPl-:LALD.
Moscow, August h.--The police here
have received secret orders which will
have the efTect of expelling every Jew
from the district within two months.
THUE TOWER COLLAPSES.
The Wans or Trinity College Wrecked--A
* CHARLomT, Aug. 11.-On Saturday
a crack was discovered in the base of
the tower of the new Trrinity College
building at Durham. It seemed to
grow larger, and at 11 o'clock last night,
when the tower, which was 100 feet
high, suddenly gave way and fell to the
ground, carrying with it four of the
main trusses, tearing up the roof, and
crushing about sixty feet of the front
of the main building. The roof is so
badly warped and sprung that most of
it wilt have to come down. The fall of
the tower is attributed variously to
weather, haste in building, and bad
It was decided last year to remove
this, one of the most successful colleges
- in the State, from Trinity, a small vil
lage in an obscure portion of the State,
.to Durham, the Messrs. Duke of that
city offering SS5,000 and a ':site for the
college. The last brick was laid on Sat
urday, and everything pointed to a
speedy construction of the college. The
loss is estimated at $2O,l000, which wvill
fall heavily upon the Methodists of
The Chio!.ra Inaging in Asia anid Asia
(From the London Standard.j
VrENNA, .July 25.-Great consterna-!
tion has been caused in Vienna, and,
indeed, throughout Austria, by the re
ports received here respecting the terri
ble number oIf deaths from cholera in
Asia and the rapid spread of tile epide
mic from Mecca and Aleppo to north
ern Syria and the south coast of Asia
Minor. The nublic concern is increased1
by the know ledgte or the total inade
quacy of the saniary measures of the
Turkish authoritics. That the Turks
are muoet anxious to keep the disease
out of thbeir Euiropeani territories cannot
be doubted; but .he executive authori
ties, to whom all the measures proplosed
by the In:ernational Sanitary Board
are intrusted, are so little to be relied
upon that neither the diaierent cordons
in Arabia nor the numerous quarantine
staitions that have been established are
ay avai in checkir.g the progress of,
The sanitary condition of Mecca is
simply shocking. JUut no Christian is
allowed to enter the Sacred City,and the
ignoranceran d fanaticism of t he Moham
meduans prevent any efl'ective sanitary
control by the locat authorities. The
disease continues to spread more and
more, and its advance can only be
checked by the European powers quick
ly agreeing upon vigorous concerted
A faded and discolored beard is un
tidy and a misfortune. It may be pre
vented by using'Buckinghami's Dye for
The Whiskers, a never failing remedy.A
AMERICAN GIRLS' WAsTS.
A Phyician Says they are Much too smal
for U!.a!thy Development.
[New York C ommicial Ailvertiser.
Dr. .J. C. Ktllogg, of Battle Creek
Mich., spoke at the Waslingt.on High
school to the girls of the sclr6ol during
his visit recently.
He opened his ren,01ts by announc
ing that he was going to say some
very unpleasant things about young
ladies. Notwithstanding their good
lookin:q faces, he said, most of them
are crippled and deformed.
- .e (T-Ler has devoted fifteen -:ears
to the study of the human figure. le
has made measurements of the Mexi
cans, tie Italian, German and French
peasants, and compared the size of
their waists with those of American
girls, and has come to the conclus!on
that the average American woman is
deformed, that her waist is too small
for her body.
He had compared the waist mAeasure
ment with the height, and as a result
of L201 measurements found that the
average waist measurement is only 30
per cent. of the height. The average
waist of the American woman is 24.G
inches. Tihe waist of the Venus de
Milo is '7 per cent. of the ight.
With such a waist as that a woman
could draw a good big breath.
The waist of a woman, he said, ought
to be larger than a man's, because her
liver is larger. He said "a smaller
heart but a larger liver," but not pleas
ing the young ladies by this remark he
added, "Only in quantity ; in qality it
The doctor said that those organs
which should be above the waist line
are so pressed down by tight clothing
as to make women deformed.
He called particular attention to the
fact that although a woman double in
weight, the measurement of her waist
didn't increase at all.
While in Washington the last few
days Dr. Kellogg has measured the
waisis of twelve girls in a private school
and found the smallest waist twenty
three inches. The average was twen
ty-four inches; one was twenty-five
and one-half inches and one twenty
six and one-half inches, and those
waists, he said, will become smaller as
the girls grow older.
These restrictions of the waist cause
many.other deformities, such as hollow
chests, drooping and round shoulders.
Dr. Kellogg did not see any reason
why women shouldn't be as strong as
men. The doctor spoke of the Swiss
women who carry heavy burdens on
their shoulders up and down hills,
and said that they are among the
healthiest women in the world.
He showed by diagrams that the
same evils occassioned in women by
tight clothes were to be found in men
who wore belts.
The Largest Farm in 1& World.
There is a farm in the sothwi~est part
of the State of Louisiau.aineasuring one
hundred mileM.r6rth and south and
t-iemiles east and west. The
one and a half million acres of which
it is made up were purchased seven
years ago from the State of Louisiana
and from the United States Govern
ment by a syndicate of Northern capi
talists, by which it is now farmed. At
that time it was a vast grazing ground
for the cattle of the few dealers in the
neighborhood, there being thirty thou
sand head of cattle and horses upon it.
This immense tract is now divided
into convenient pasture stations. or
ranches, the fencing alone having cost
fifty thousand dollars. The land is
best adapted for rice, sugar, corn and
cotton. All the cultivating, ditching,
etc., are done by steam power, a tract
of about half a mile wide being taken
and an engine placed on each side. The
angines are portable and work a cable
:ttached to four ploughs, the area
ploughed in this way, with the labor of
nly three men, being thirty acres.
EHarrowing, sowing etc., are done in
the same way, and there is not a single
raught horse on the estate. Horses
re however, used by the herdsmen,
,vh look after the sixteen thousand
erd of cattle upon the estate, which is
fraversed for thirty-six miles by the
Southern Pa':ific Railway. The comn
any has three steam boats upon the
hree hundred miles of navigable waters
hich traverse their estate, and also
>osssses a ship yard a bank, and rice
How to be Happy in Summer.
Read the late.st books.
Rathe early and often.
Seek cool, shady nooks.
Throw fancy wvork away.
Wear lightest, lowest shoes.a
Ride at morn and walk at eve. I
Relieve that watiers are human.
Let hats be light and bonnets airy.
Eschew kid gloves and linen collars.
H-urry never, thus being at leisure.
Dress in canmbrics, lawns and ging
Re lavish with laundresses, fruit men
Court the sea bzreezes, but avoid the
Let melons precede, and be.rries fol
w the breakfast.
Store up the sweet and give place toj
Remmbr that s.eentging ieness is
Retire when ini t.e ma d anid arise
Order freshest liont and corn-cake;
ever mind the heavy fritters.
Rlememiber that ntine-tenths of the
~eople are at the sea-shore for rest.
If you feel like doing a good (deed,
reat a dozen street childr'en to ice
~remn. That ismissionwok
Do not tell your hostess how sweet
he butter and cream were at your last
~ummer's b'oardmng place.I
Remtember that children are only
~mall editions of older people, and that
bey have feeliugs quite as acute.
Look pleasantly at the tired strangere
ho glances wistfully at the part of
or car seat occupiedI by your wraps
ven if you do not ofi'er her the seat.-I
orna P. Payne it the Ladies' Home I
Ayers Sarsaparilla, by purifying and
~nriching the blood, improves the
ppetitme, aids the assimiilative process,
trengthens the nerves, and in vigorates
e sy-tem. it is, therefore, the best
ud most thoroughly reliable altera
iv e that can be found for old or
Are wrought by th.use of Ayer's Hair
Vigor in restoring gra., hair to its original
color, promoting a new growth, prevent
ing the hair from falling, keeping it soft
silky, and abundant.- and the scalp coo,
healthy, and free from dandruff or humors.
The universal testimony is that this prep
aration has no equal as a dressing, and
is. therefore, indispensable to every well
"I have used .Ayer's Hair Vigo*r for some
time and it has worked wonders for me. I
was troubled with dandruff and was rapidly
becoming bald; but since using the Vigor my
head is perfectly clear of dandruff. the hair
has ceased coming out, and I now have a
good growth, of the same color as when I
was a young woman. I can heartily recom
mend any one suffering from dandruff or
loss of hair to use Ayer's Hair Vigor as a
dressing."--Mrs. Lydia 0. Moody, East
"Some time ago my wife's hair began to
come out quite freely.
not only prevented my wife from becoming
bald, but it also caused an entirely new
growth of hair. I am ready to certify to this
statement before a justice of the peace."
I. Hulsebus, Lewisburgh, Iowa.
"Some years ago, after a severe attack of
brain fever, my hair all came out. I used
such preparations for restoring it as my phy
sicians ordered, but failed to produce a
growth of hair. I then tried, successively,
soveral articles recommended by druggists,
and all alike fell short of accomplishing the
desired result. The last remedy I applied
was Ayer's Hair Vigor, which brought a
growth of hair in a few weeks. I think I
used eight bottles in two years; more than
was necessary as a restorative, but I liked it
as a dressing. and have continued to use it
for that purpose. I believe Ayer's Hair
Vigor possesses virtues far above those of
any similar preparation now on the market."
-Vincent Jones, Richmond, Ind. *
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., Lwel, Mass.
Sold by Druggistsand Perfumers.
This is Democracy.
The following are the democratic ar
ticles of faith as lbid down by Thomas
1. The people, the only source of leg
2. The absolute and everlasting sever
ance of church and state.
3. The freedom, sovereignty and in
pendence of the respective states.
4. The Union . confederacy, a coni
pact; neither a consolidation nor a cen
5. The constitution of the Union, a
special writ of granted powers, limited
G. Tle civil power paramount to the
7. The representative to obey the in
struction of his constituents.
S. Elections free and suffragc univer
9. No hereditary ofiee, or order, or
30. No taxatio::1 beyond the publie
11. No national debt, if possible.
12. No costly splendor of administra
13. No proscriptions of opinion or of
14. No unnecessary interference in
idividual conduct, property or speech.
15. No favored classes and no muonop
16. No public nmonies expended ex
ept by warrant of special appropria
17. No mysteries of government inad
cssible to the public eye.
I8. Public compensation for public
ervice; salaries moderate and pervad
Conscience is a sacred sanctuary,
here God alone has the right to
eter as judge.
Nature and revelalion are alike
od's books; each has its mysteries,
bt in each there are plain, practical
ssons for everyday duty.-Tryon
ForMalaria, Liver Trou
ble, or Indigestbion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
OUNG WIVES !
Who are for the first time to un
rgo woman's severest trial we offer
remedy which if used as directed for
ew weeks before confinement, robs
Sof its Pain Horror and Risk to Ufe
fboth mothier and child, as thou
ads who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothcrs.
MIoTHER's Frazx is worth its weight
n gold. My wife suffered more in ten min
utes with either of her first two children
than she did altogether with her last. hav
n previously' used four bottles of MOTH
n's FazzsD. It is a blessing to mothers.
Carmi. Ill.. Jan.. 1890, G. F. LocrxwooD.
Sent by express. charges prepaid, on re
cript of price. s1.50 per bottle. Sold by all
rugists. Book to Mothers maniled free.
BRADFIELD REGULAIoB Co. Atlanta, Ga.
IIaid thie De,sired Efifect! 11
CAnnoLLrot, Green Co.. 1l1..N Now., '88.
highly recommnend Pastor Kioeni;:'s Nerve
mnc to a::tybody that has snCe-ed from head
he as my son did for -> years. because ta o bot
3' o the medicine cared him. M. SicTIGUE.
W'iuso-ro y. 1). C.. March 0. 1s91.
For S years I ha.d feelings that I can hardly
s~cribo. I would feel at times that I was sure. (
y ing. cr have presentimnents that sometL-ingC
LraduL was about to hzppen ; since takingi
Bsor Koenig-a Nerve Tonic I have fe.lt like a 1
etrent person. It is a v.onderful medicine,
Mi1s. AGNEs SHMA.
Lor.Emrro, Ky., March 2. 1591.
have taken Pastor hoeniges Tonic for epi
psy of 3 years' staiIding. and it work--d like a
b'rm on me, after several doctors did me no t
od. Your mnediclub is perfection.
L. 0. VAN CLEAVE,
ER --i-A Valuab:o fook en Nervou
Diseases sect free to any address,.
and poor patients can also obtain
~l.i.this medicine free of charge.
Tis remedy has been prepared by the Reverend
ator Koenit:. of Fort Warne, lad., since ISIG, andC
o prepared uder his direction by the
KOE!tC MED. CO,, Chicago, Ill.
Sold by Druggists at SI pe ottle. 6 for 5,.
re size. SL-:3. 6 Bottles for $9. c
relief and is an infallible
Cure for Biles. PriceLB
A 1.Lt o uT N rrs i-:F1:s.
Cr:plic Acc-jiao t the state !y a .31Gt I:"
portant Mein:er.ship, the Devil.
N p :tled veV.hh-,s of in
-s.o manIly of, them bein., "s"icks."
They work hard at refrlh'ment b.rs.
Prof-reaiers Is en-al who spoils thp
puntutitoni of cmpositors. They spe'll
a Word one way to-day another u -y to
mnrrow. The.- think they he intelli
ent pern : nompsitors think dif er
Cm-itirs is men whoi e up the
type-: i ad neti ms t! o drink. (%;m
pii v study ien vhe?n s,)her
-hich they SelloM1 W.* hen th, y
can help it.
Editors is mn-. who knmw ev. r.
thing in the heavens above and the
earth beneath. They is writers . who
dosen't kno.x anything whatsoever.
They are the biggest men you ever
is men who ies in tI
top if enhanns, Ie." to rv:o i : ter,
thirty-seven coimns out of ti t;
Proprietors ainii't nibody. They ain't
Printer's devils is themost imiort:mt
persoms in) a printing ofllcv. Th y d"os
the larlest wtrk%. and &tots the least
Pressm0an is-wt-ll there would it he
no newspa-per or circus hills wit hout the
pressman to print 'em.
Feeiers is men who feeds on the fat
of the land.
If ever I start a pape-r of my own I'll
call it the Umbre!la. EveryInly wil;
A De.d Shot
rih.t at the swt of difliculty, is ncron
piShed h- the sure and steady airmj of
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. Don't fool
around with a pop-gun, nor a "'lint
lock," when this reliable 'Winchester"
is within reach! Dr. Sage's treatment
of catarrh is far superior to the ordina
ry, and when directio,.s are reasonably
well followed, results in a permanent
cure. Don't longer be indifferent to the
verified claims of this unfailing remedy.
J50 is oflered, in good faith, for an in
curable ee of Catirrh in the Head, by
its pr . ,irs, the W%orld's Dispensary
Medical Association, uffalo, N. Y. At
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
ALL 5KIN DI5EA5E5
PhTsicians endorso 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
Syphilis, Syphilitie Rheumatism, Scrofu
lus Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellings,
Rheumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulers
that have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
Scald Head, Etc., Etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an ex
ellent appetizer, building up the system
Ladies whose systems are poisoned and
whose blood is in an impure conditien due
to menstrual irregunarties arc peculiarly
benefited by the wonderful tonic and blood
leansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
Ash, Poke iRoot and Potassium.
LUPPMAN BROS., Drug2ists, Proprietors,
Lippan's Biock, - SAVANNAH, GA.
or sale by W. E. PE iIHA M, D)rugrgist.
T wvill ofYcr von hr'ain i n'- pr'n
lothing, new goods, no saml iir jib ~
Lots purchased for this occaion. I am 3
fering you suits bought this. prn'g in
aks and cuttawayvs t hat -ibi ati- 1.5,,
15, $1f3.50, $i.~., 6'.1:ni a' n I:5 The:-ej
it i ts will be'. old fori~
This line is farsuperior to any I hav'
Tred in any of my~ m!'es in lt" epast
Lnd it beats t'e record (if anv' house i
e city for great vanlues in niew spring
lothiug. I aml dt'rmuin-ed to' ged riji
f this stock if such o~Ieru as1-. i ,t m:k-I
nt will mlove thm ThoseI li who have
ken advantage ofi the hlst two sale
ma testify to thle gen iunees (If thte
fers. There is no b~ait to catch1 or de
ude the pubhlic in these -ales. Thisi
genuine sale. Htundreds~ have son~
his stoek andl know the van'e of the
uits offered andl they will tes! if', to the
rner prices, shiowing you the grat
duction rr:ade in this sale.
Remember tihere inever was a be&tter
pportunity to secure a suit of spring
lothes than at this sale.
Also remember tha.t th lt ar
tot broken lots, but a re
izes, just as I carry inm
Bear in mind, this sa
ash, and suits must>r
aving the store. 4
M. L. KINARD,'
COLUMBIA. S. C. j
The Freight. i
DO VOt KNOW TFil.1\I, YOU
Caln iny any artic_le of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARR.fzr.A(ES, CLOCKS,
M irrors, Pieture.s. Dinner Sets, Tea
ts Ciaiber Sets, Mattresses,
Conifort-, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
pricethatyou buy them in Augu-ata
I Carry iEverything
- Iyou need, and can quote you prices
ithat. will satisfy you that I ani giv
a dollar. value for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
T-)introduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest Dossi
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 the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popu'ar
woods, running in price from the
cheapest tip to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain Noh.2.
Js our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, uipholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in conmbination colors
This suite is sold for S$40.00. I
bought a large number of themi at
a bankrupt sale ini Chicago, hence
I will deliver thi~s line plush suite
all charges paid by me to yaoir near
est R. R. depot for $3.0 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 $1.00l to $7.00i, al freight
Special Baromain Noh. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed uip complete for $11.5. all
charges paid to your depot, or a 5
hole range with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stock of cooking stoves ini the city,
including~ the Gauze door stoves
and Ranges and the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire3
gauze doors. I am delivering thesef
stoves everywhere all freight
chairges pauid at the price of anm
ordinuary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves made.
Frull piarticulars by mail.
1u0 rolls of matting 40 yds to lbh.
roll $5.7.5 per roll.
1,00)0 Cornice Poles 25ets. each.
],000( Window Shades 3x7 reet on
spring roller and irinuged at 3J7. ets.,
ch. You must pay your own
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannot qjuote you everything I
have got in a store contauining 2,00
feet of Bioor roonm, besides its an
nexes and( factory in ano(thier part
of the town. 1 sholl be pleased to
send you anything above men
tionied, or will senid my
Catalogue free if you will say you
sawv this advertisement in THE
HERAIa) Aun NEWS, publishecd at
New berry, S. C.
Not goods sent C. 0. V., or on con
sigment. I refer you to the edi tors
and publishers of this naper or to
or'to the Sonuthoern Ex>press Co., ali
:M whomn know moe personally.
iii 1112 Broad St reet
efgUgt.1 - - Ge0rgis.
Proprietor 0! Padge-tt's i-'ru
:re'. Sime. e.nd C!arpet' Store-.
SBOARD ON SupmvisrD
Barracks, Mess Hall, Su
C%OF TEACHERS. O.en S
.' W. T. R. BELL, A.M.,
Ask MV agents for W. L. Douglas Shoes.
If not or t4ale in your place ank your
i 41,aler to r4eud for catalogue, isecure the
agency. and get them for yen.
C2-TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..43
WHY IS THE
W. L DOUCLAS
S3 SHOE ENT EMEN
iTHE 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, anti because we mal.c more shZe of this
grade than any other nan fac!urer, it equals bnd
.ewed shoes costinz fromi $4.10) to 85.11U.
enie laud-sewed, the finest calf
impore e offered for r.tm; equals French
S- e which cost from e eas to cus
r es rhoe. flue calf.
whostyls"h comfortable and durable. Thebest
io e ven t price; same grade t cs
ton-made shoes cost ing fron y SG. to S t.
I 50Police Shloe; Farmers. Railroad Yen
L3.-5and Letter Carriersall wear then; line calf.
seamless, smooth Inside. heavy three soles, exten
AIon edge. One pair will wear a year.
S 5Ei ne calf: no better shoe everoffered at
drow this price: one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
$2 ti.15 andl $12.00 Workinatuan's shoes
. are very strong and durable. Those who
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
Boys-9 *00 and $1.75 school shoes are
% won bytheboys everywhere; they sell
oin their merits,.ms the increasing sales show.
Ladies Dougoad verys ls:eqtiaJnr
imported shoes cs n $1. shoeAo
3i1e are the best fine Dongola. Stylish aud durable.
Caution.-See that W. L Douglas' narne and
price arc stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W. I- DOU~GLAS. Brockcton.'%"aM
-FOr. SALE BY
MINTER & JAMIESON,
NEWBERRY, .. C.
E KEEP A GOOD LINE OF
IN STOCK ALL THE TIME AT
Our Xo. 7 Stove
For Ten Dollars
IS HARD TO BEAT.
CALL AND SEE IT,
9[01 i m ln f TIR1"- I c
AND ALL OTHER GOODS
SOLD) BY US AT PRICES TO SUIT
II. J. SCOTT & CO.
Newberry, S. (.
FIRE, CYCLONES AND
W E WOULD RESPECTFULLY
inform the public that we are pre
pared to insure property against loss by
Fire, Cyclones anmd Tornadoes.
g Your patronage is solicited.
BURTON & WILSON, Agents.
Newberry, S. C.
SHOCKL ET BROS.,
~~ -ra' signed has fitted
. O upa new Wood
~rj ~2Kcorner of IHar
'rington and Mc
and is prepared to make
ESIMATES ON BUIhLINGZ,
And Any Kind of Wood Work,
-A SPECIALTY OF
BRACKETS, MIOULDINGS, -
AND ALL KINDS OF SCROLL
ON HAND AND FOR SALE
LUM BElR, DRESSED OR ROUGH.
IN FACT ANYTH ING IN 3MY LINE
ON SHORT NOTICE.
SA~TISFACTOT GUTAR ANTEED.
GIVE US A CALL.
SI- OCKELEY BROS.,
Cor. EmiAngtcn & McKibben St.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
tr' During my absence MIr. Robley
Bruce will have charge.
'Mi Every Machine has a
drop leaf, fancy cover,
setofAtachen<,equal to any Singer Ma
The High Arm Machine has a self-setting nee,.
ie and self-threating shuttle. A trial in your
h.ome before payment is asked. Buy direct of
he Manuacturers and save agents' profits be
ides getting certificates of warrantee for fiv.
ears. Send for machine with name of a business
man as reference and we will ship one at once.
Co-Operative Sewing Machine Co.
269 S. zith St., Phi!adelphia, Pa.
c3,.WE P.AY 'I ME 5REWCHT.9
T HE undersigned beg leave to inl
formi tile public that
prepared to ma'ke estinmates~
Paiuting. and Kalsomining.7
All work guaratnteed. -
MESS PLA.. New Buildings including
Derntendents Qtiarters, etc. FULL CORPS
ptember ist, i8oi. Send for Register.
Superiatendsnt, RUTHERFORDTON, N. C.
ASSETS. ..1.1...0.0.0. . $116,000,000
SuR PLUS ............. 1-1,000,000
INC 3O - IN 1S90 ....... 3200., 000
During forty-six years its income
fruni interest and rents has more than
paid its death losses.
It issues every desirable form of
It furnishes a complete cautract.
It has paid every loss in 5. (.
It disputes no honest clitims.
It has no suicide clause.
It is purely mutual and makes more
money per thousand of iisurance than
any other cowpany.
Its death and expense rate is the
Its Endowment and Annuity busi
ness is greater than all tbe other coni
panies in the United States combined
showing the confidence that wealthy
and 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
other way. A. P. PIFER,
Newberry, S. C.
THE UNION CENTRAI
DIE ML CE COMAH
Is one of the Standard Companies c
the United States. The best Policy
written is by this Company. Call and
M. L. BONHAM,
State Agent South Carolina,
Office in Rear Central National Bank.
C3LUMBIA, S. C.
IGARS g TOBAGGO
CALL,T ATr TE
WILL BE MADE ON
TALBOTT & SON'S
ENGINES & BOILERS.
SAW MILLS AND
GRIST MIL LS,
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
Mills and wood making machinery in
V. C. BADH AM, Gen'I Acr.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Home Office Factory, .Richmond,.
Pie thak. ils. i'ueparetothe gendu
dwelings, storerooms,dele an ter work in
his ~ line. Prients F~t r ayone andfwor
garathed . HRE .. CRlaOMERa.P.
IOT. Q.Q -BOOZIER
-E I.NEBR ATGED --UL
.Lrespern ifr tha Enera b-r
Offthtere is prpaewbaeny.imte
THIS8 LNE OR
ALNE ARFINE LINE
GOGGANS & HUNT
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
'NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range.
R ICEUMOND A ND DANVIILE RAIL
COLUMBIA ASVD GREEVJ.LE Drvis%x.
Condensed Sebedule-In efect July 5. lb1.
(Trains run by75th Meridioa time.)
No. No. No. No. No
WE.STBOUND. 3 i. 1 17. 7. 1'9.
3A !AMMP MAMU
Lv Charlestol....... 5301............. ...... ........
j 640 61.-...... ..... . ......
Lv Columbia.. ......... 11 101 15....... 6 00'...
Ar Spartauburg ...... ........ 155!...... .....
0 ................ ........ 3 6:. ..i........ ........
Sauda... ........... ........ 341 ........I........ -...
Flat Rock 4 U.............. .. ....
Henderson ...... 4 22....... ......
Asheville........ ...... ... . .......
Hot Springs........ .......i 6 4 . . .
Lv Paint Rock........ 0 ... ....
Morristown......... 7 15 ..... . .....
Knoxville ....... ... ....... 8M ..... .......
Ar Cincinnati.......... . 10 1 ...... .......
Lv Prosperity . 1 ...... 50 7 ......
Newberry-... 0 40 12 57 .9 074 ..
Clinton........10 55 ...... ....... 9 08.......
Ar Laurens... 10 5 ...... 9 451...
Ar Ninety-Six ......... 2 15 ...... ........ ...... ........
Lv Ninety-Six......... 2 35........ 10 .......
Greenwood......... 2 5u. 10 45 .......
Ar Abbeville . .. ...... 4 0 . 11 5.
Lv Abbeville.... ...... 4 10......... 12 15-.
Lv Belton............... 4 2 ..
Pelzer. .... 4 42..... ...... ....... 1253
Piedmont.......... 5 00 1 10
Ar Greenville.......... 5 40;.. . ...... .... 1 45
Anderson ......... 5 A8.......:12 50 . . .... ..
Pendleton 6 ...... .......
Lv Seneca .... 7 5.. ......
Ar W ahalla.......... 8 25;....... ...............
Atlanta.. 121 ! ....... ....... .......
EASTBOUND. No No No. No. ro.
t 4. 16. 18. 8. 10.
Lv Walhalla..........945. ...
Seneca............10 1 . ..I..
Pendleton..........1 1 ... ....
Pelzer.............. . 428
Ar Belton................ ...400.
Ar Abbeville............1 .... 5 .
Lv Abbeville............12 3. ..5
Ar Ninety-Six......... 2
Lv Ninety-Six P M ....
Laurens....... .......- 620.
Clinton..-.. 6 00............ 1[ - -
Ar Newberry.. s 40 34 ;
Lv Cincinnati ........... .
Knoxville,........... .. A,M
Morristown ......... 9
Paint Rock......... . 1. .
Hot Springs. .12 2. ........
Asheville ........... 2 ...I
Hendersonville.... 3 81.
Flat Rock... ... 3 16
Sld.-. 3 4 . .
Taluda................ .... 1 7........
Tryon.. .....4 0....
Sa.tanburg ...... 0
Ar union ............. .. 69 ...
Ar Columbia..... '5. ) . 50
Charleston......... 9 30 .2 . . ....... ......
Trains 7, 8, 9, 10. 14 14, 17, 18, .2, 43, Daily
excep Sunday. Pullman Sleeper on Trains
15 and 16 betwe.n Charleston and Cincinnati,
Ohio, via Atlantic Coast Line, Columbia,
A-9heville, Paint Rock, MorrLstown, Knox.
ville, Jellico and Junction vity.
J. A. DODSON. Superintendent.
W. H. GRE&V. General Manager.
JA& T1 52 ...... A... ...... 4e28
D. C 2.DWE..... 5P0s.. Agt.
ATLAIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington. N. C.2 May 31, 1.
Between Charleston and Columbia and Uppe
South Caroliva and Western.
Goi.nG WzsT. GOnqG EAtST
No-14. No. ze -NO.5&. No.567.
t 5 . .m .am tam
5 18 61 5f.v....ChwlestAn..A. 1250 . ...
710.7.... ...a.e... 1117..[ 5...
8:15 57 3..S4te... 1007 80..
100 105 r 4..C 00il...... 1 708 ...
32 " ... ...nsbo 0o...... 419 .. ...
45 .. h s......81....... 32 ..5 ....
.1 " ..kil... " 25..............
.. 73 " . ...c.te . 822 .... ........
...3 ..kH... "261..... .........
63 .. ...lote . 165............
9.."L ur... " 0.... .......
......."Andeson. ...... ........
....3Grenvill...... 9 410.....
1rain 7,8".p.a,ta4,u17, 1852 3,.Daily.
except Suda.HPuendeSlepe 3n01 n
15oand tr6n betweenCharleston and Cnm-ai
J.A OprtDSONDB. Chainerlan, eie
frSC.RiWay o. RE,GnrMngr
PASSENGR D PAMET.
WWlmingto.UN. CD,ily) F1,E18HT
Soaauh.Crolna n Wester
7 10s7e45t" ...Lae...... .. "p 117 9p3
Ar 857" ..ume......p " 10pm 82
10r00 10 05Ar.Cb.... ...Lv 9 m 70m
pmo 101m -5p
.......ins ...nb...03a " S1s.....
Little.4 2 Mut...hse..... ..a " 25 p....
...ro.sperit.yorv1e... ..1am 44......
........b730r"..Lnat.... ..a " 4 0pm....
........ 5 n4...Roc... 1.....m 25pm....
to .. a6 fro " Charlson,e....... a an55 t.....
......... 12 57 Ar..... Newberry..L 32.....
...... 5ute noic "Adersn.....e":18.....
....a.... arl55 "...Sata bur0p" 5300......
.......a4den"..Hedrsnile" .1 ....
Due... Col17bia......sevl... " pm 0.....
Soeid tCoai a.etwenC ae .34adplm
0peae by Als wih. ChaloterClumbia Recive
for us C Railroady saetrio. ndfo
Commncing bths rody tohen fomn sChad
le anll beyndb fetran evngCal
WES 1 BOUNDwthRihmn (andily) leal
Paser tL.......... takeuppr:n
AtCharlesns. th......e...f...N4 47opkm
Lite alounitCar... n andSavnna
ros lrid........3 9pm
at new ro ........l5 poit WmtadSuh
8 0 alpona ot adt
C. M. ARD, Gne9al00nager
assn~ to ositions 2W Caplgu
A r lin on............. 6t 5po 1