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- VElY T1iUliSD)AY AT
NEWBERRY S. C.
FORCE AT A KIsSING nEE.
A North Carolina Husband Who Stood Up
ror Big Pretty WifC.
Back in the North Carolina mou!
tains the student of customs M_aV still
find material for research. The most
unque are the .:ssing ganes, which
still cling to the soil. A lot of a big
limbed, powerful young men and apple
cheeked, buxom girls gather and select
one of their number as master of cere
monies. Hie takes his station in the
center of the room, wl:Te the rest pair
off and parade around hi m. Suddenly
one young woman will throw u her
hands and say:
"I am a-pinin'."
The master of cercnonies takes up
and the following dialogue and inter
locution takes place:
"Miss Arabella Jane Apthro) says
she's a pinin'. What Is Miss Arabella
Jane Apthrop a-pini!,* fur?"
I'm a-p;uin' fur a sweet kiss.
"Miss Arabella Jane Apthrop says
she's a-Dininl' fur a sweet kiss. WV'ho is
Miss Arabella Jane Apthrop a-pinin*
fur a sweet kiss frum?"
tim n-pinin' fur a very sweet kiss
fr3m Mr. Hugh Waddle." 1Blushes,
convulsive giggles and confusion on the
part of Miss Arabella Jane Apthorp at
this forced confession.) Mr. Hugh
T Waddle walks up manfully and re
lien-,s the fair Arabella's "pinin' " by a
smack which sounds li.e a three-year
old steer drawing his hoof out of the
Then a young man will be taken
with a sudden and unaccountable
"pinia*" which, . f'er the usual ex
change of que.iL aL;d volunteered
information, reveals the name of the
maiden who causes the "gnawin' " and
"piin'.'' She coyly retreats outd,,ors,
only to be chased, overtaken, captured
and forcibly compelled to relieve her
At- one of these entertai.ments,
wh;ch it was the narrator's fortune to
attend, there was a remarkably beauti
ful young woman who bad been mar
ried about a mounh. Her husband was
present, a huge, beetle-browed, black
eyed young mountaineer, with a fist
like a ham. The boys fought shy of
the bride for fear of incurring the anger
of the hulking spouse. Tihc game went
on for some time, when symptoms of
irritation developed in the giant.
Striding to the midd!e of the room, he
"My wife ez pooty, 'n cz nice, 'n
sweet ez any gyurl hyar. You tns hes
knowed her all he life. This game's
been a-goin' on half an hour an' no
body has pined fo - her oncet. Ff some
one do't pine fur her pooty soon ihar
will be trouble."
She was the belle of the ball after
that. Everybody pined for her.
- - The Wi-low.
No, son, don't marry a widow. She
is too calculating, and loving by arith
metic is not romantic. Real love should
not have any more sense than a bottle
of soda water suddenly tapped. It
should sizz and fuss just like there
wasn't anything else on earth. Ah! !
the electric spark from the heart that
has not been tampered with !
The widow is all right, and she is
pretty-but don't mamrry her. The
idea of a second-hand heart appears
flat and insiped-no foam. No, son,
- don's make a pawnbroker shop out of
your trusting heart. If you do marry,
teach your wife t hat you, who gair.edi
her heart under the pale glitter of the
milky way, where the restless young
meteor chases its love across the
heavens-i say, convince her that you
were at the barber shop until 1 o'clock
a. mi. There is no memory so pleasing
as the knowledge that your wife knows
*you would not lie !
But the widow is too fly. She will
kiss her secondl edit ion at 7.45 o'clock
p. m. It will be a duty kiss, not like
the gush of the geysers of the Rockies,
but tired and lethargic. She will not
coil about you like the helpless and en
ticing Ivy, while her golden tresses
wander over your E. & W. collar. She
wiul kiss you b.y geometrical measure
ment, and say at parting:
"George, dear, it is just 7.45 o'clock.
It will take you just five minutes to
get a drink, twenty minutes to get
shaved, and five minutes for a shine.1
Here is a dollar, dear. Bring back 65 1
cents and return at S.15 o'clock please,
as we will have bridal calls to-night." i
No, boy, don't marry a commerciali
college. Get hold of a girl who thinks
what you say is true, and it will take
her fifteen years to find out what a
mistake she has made.
Looks Like a lievolution.
(New York~ Advertiser.]
The abu.se, vituperation anad anathe-fI
mal:tization wich now goes oni in the
Alliance Legislature of Georgia is sug
gestive of the F"renich National Assemi
blv of the periodl when "The Moun
tain" began to labor ands put forth the
best eff'orts of Marat, Danton and Rob
espierre. The G irondists arc in a mi
nority inm that body, and the raging
Alliance Jacobius are half in-ie to
Standing. wi: r eu:ant feet, r
'Ti* a supreme '' moment : 'Tis a
critical peiod ' No mnaiden should
attenmpt pasin .. this boundary-line P
without the ad and assurance of Dr. t
Piercee~'s Fvorie Prescription. Jts f
helfpfuluin t iding over the perils
incident to young womanhocd, is unl
versally acknzowledged: No mother|
can put w"ihin the hands of her i
daughter, anyAthing that will prove |
more valuable in mneeting all her re-I
;uiremients Dr. Pieree's lFavorite P re-I
seription is made expressly for all (us-| (
eases peculiar to) woman, and is the rI
only mediie of its kind, stold thmrough d
dru~ggists, and (;ar:mdeed to giv e sat- i
isfaction in every case, or mfoney' 'e-|
It is a great misfortune for~ the young' 0
anud middlie aged to be gray. Tlo over
comen this an d appear young, use halls js
Hair Renewer, a relia bleanacea.L
I:ie W.>rk Prre.sin;; Finty arnd It W 1
Ue a Succep.
The Colored State Fair is going to I:e
a hurimer. That is if the -oloired peo
1ie Dave their way, and it looks a,
-l.ough they would.
For they are thoroughly in earnest and
mak.ng every eIlbrt to have it the best
.,it heLd. Canvassers are working every
)art ofthe State, and large committees
are at work in every county. The re
will be that the fair will be all that
)Ul6 be expected.
A. E. Hampton, the President and
eneral Manager, has given the results
*f his labor in a letter which reads:
I have made a thorough canvass of
several counties in the State in the in
terest of the Coloret' State Fair. I
visited ouite a number of the most
prominent and progressive farmers of
tie colored people, solacitinig their
memibership and patronage for the fair
movement, and I can honestly say that
the needs of the fair have been amply
met. Ourinembership is extensive and
is distributed all over the State. The
leading farmers and mechanics compose
this membership. and there is no doubt
now but the fair will be one of the
grandest on record.
We have large committees in several
counties working up a variety of the
best exhibits in order to have every de
partment creditably represented. And
we again solicit the press and the in
telligent public to encourage this move
ment, as it is one which will develop
the resources of t'- whole State.
A. E. HAM PTON,
General Manager and President.
The Largest of Their Kind.
The three tallest trees in the world are
believed to be a sequoia near Stockton,
California, which is 325 feet high, and
two eucalpti in Victoria, Australia, es
timated to be 43-5 and 450 feet, respec
The lake which has the highest ele
vation of any in the world is Green
Lake, Colorado. Its surface is 10,2->2
feet above the level of the sea. In some
places it is over 300 feet deep. The
greatest depth of the ocean is 27,830
The larg A sheet or pane of glass in
the world is set in the front of a build
ing on Vine street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
It was made in Marseilles, France. and
measures ISG by 104 inches.
At Allegheny City, Pennsylvania,
there was recently rolled a steel spring
six inches wide, one-quarter of an inch
thick and 310 feet long.'It is the largest
coiled spring ever rolled. The order
was tendered to all the large European
iron works, but none of them would
undertake the task.
The largest sailing ship in the world
is said to be in the possession of France.
EIer name is "the France." She is a
vessel with five masts, on four of which
square sail is carried. The length is
:344 feet, with a beam of forty-nine feet.
The cargo which the France could
carry is no less than 0,150 tons. The
ship is built of steel, her masts and
yards being of the same material. She
is at p)resent trading between France
and the Pacific.
The biggest ruby in the world is
found inthe Czar of Russia's crown,
which has the distinction of being the
fnest ever worn by any sovereign. In
shape it resembles a bishop's mitre,
and on its crest is a cross co:nposed
>f five superb diamond~s; which support
the "biggest" ruby. A foliated arch,
~omposed of eleven magnificent dia
monds, supports this cross, and on each
ide of the arch is a loop of thirty-eight
>earls, than which there is none hand
~omer in the world.
The biggest flower in the world was
ecently discovered by Dr. Alexander
schadenberg. It was found in the
Philippine Islands. The native who
i'ecomplished Mr. Schaden berg called
the flower "bolo." The bolo in bloom
s a five-getaled flower, neatrly a yard
in diameter, as large as a carriage wheel.
N single flower weighed over twventy
:wo poutnds. The five petals of the
n:mense flower are oval and creamy
chi'.e, and grow around a centre lilled.
~vith countless long, violet-bued s
The largest organ in the word has just
>een built by Messrs. Hills of London
'or the town hall of Sydney, New South
Wales. The r'e.<t largest is that at the
lbert Hall; but this has only 110
tops, while the Sydney one has 15>0.
rhe reed stop is of the enormous size
)f sixty-four feet, and there are five
~nanuals, this being the only organ
thich has so many. The nurrobr of
>ipes is exactly 10,010, and the struc
ures includes every known method
nd invention relating to organ build
ng. The cost has been S$Gi,000.-Se
ected. - ___
Macune Has a Difliculty.
.JA CKSONvILL E, Fla., A ugust :5.--A
pecial to the Times-Union fromt Du
ant, 31iss., states that in a personal
ncounter bet ween Lecturer McAllister
ndl Editor Macu ne, rep)resenting two
\lliance factions, McAllister severely
u nished Macunie.
The trouble grew out of Alliane~ mat- I
ers. Macuenne asserted t hat McAllister I
al sold the Alliance to WXall street
rud t hait lie hadl lied ab out a nother
nat ter in coinniectioni withi i li Nen's
ersonial cond uct.
Dr. SIacune., the edi tor of The Econo
ist, a miember of the executive comn
.it tee, and President Polk, of the Far
~ers' Alliance, are said to bie t he largest
*ue railroad pass-holders ini the coun
.They hol passes on ahmost every
>ad, anid neither are ever knrown to
y; railr,od fares. Yet they preternd
be o-rtal"' enemies of the raloas
om cose application andlw too little ex
ele are e-.peciaily liable to const
ton--clogging upl nature's great
w~ers.-producing headache, billious
se sluish~ ,l circurlation and grezeral
rangemrent of the vital organs. A
?ular movement of the bowels is in
::pensable to perfect health :to rieg
t,is to imperil ! If cons i pated ,
iree's Pleasant Pellets will care you.
\, interfereuce with business. Very
odest expense. Mild in action, yet
werful in cleansing, regulating the
mnach, liver and bowels, curing con
ation, headache and kindred ail- '
1 Carr 'ier 1 6)-o Utai t o rSp. ir tuw
Nrt'i-eh :Irii -
. r i :rea ti Ix r i -.
An a(idient r"-Ourred reveny .i the
faniiy o' G. F. Mar-h, the rieal:r in Ja
pn' Ue- os c itues vt 2%5 arket street
and a ne -rolf th Pacit1- Coai-t
Pi.-on "ociey whic nrovel to hin
:n a mot upre.aive man ner the val
xdable .-vrvices which n1lav sneie
be rcnderel i-v the carrir piacon, and
proh:t hly ext'lins5 5te of his e*nisj
".Am! ;i that ici'm.
H Is litl- lia1iv boy va:s Ca1n vil
delytickv with most alarm;ing syni11
:on-. of ( *diphtheria. Tiie riother
watching by the bedsile of the li tie
One, (1Spatched a n1es4-ge tied oil a
carrier pigeon to her husb:il at his
store ou Market street. In the nes
sage she wxrot the na.ture of the chl.1'.
alarniiiig illnes-;, and iuL ae an urent
appeal for medicine to save its life.
The bird was started from the homie of
the farnily near the (iff house, tive
miles from Mlr. .Ilrtin's NIzrk.-t .tret
The bird flew swiftlv to tile store,
where Mr. Marsh received it. He read
the message, called a doctor, explained
the child's symptoins as his wife had
detailed then i,i her niessage, and re
ceired the p7oper niedicine ; then, ty
ing the little vial containing the pre
cious medicine to the tai! of the
pigeon, he let it go.
The pigeon sped away through the
air, straight to the clift. It made the
distance-live miles-in ten tuinutes, a
distance which would have required
the d;ctor three-quarters of an hour to
In tventy ninuutes from the time
the mother's message was sent to her
husband the baby was taking the med
icine, and thus its life was saved.
N'aturally enough Mr. Marsh is par
tial to pigeons, for he consider. that he
owes his baby's life to one.
ALL SKIN DI5EA3E51
Physicians 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
Byphilis, Syphilitic Rheumatism, Scrofn
lous Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellings,
Rheumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
that have resisted a1 treatment. Catarrh,
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
Scald Head, Etc., Etc.
.P.Pisa powerful tonic, and1 an ex
ellent appetizer, building up the system
Ladies whor:e systems are poise.ned and o
whose blood is in an impure condition due I
clasn prprie.fP P.ALARI Prcl
clang S. prp rtie stP.P P.,Prickly '
Lippman's Block, SAVANNAH, GA. h<
For sale by W. E. PE'THAM, Druggist lia
[HOUSANDS OF WOMEN_
Beccome afilieted and remain so,
uifferingr untold mliseries froi a sense ,
LL deliacy~ the'y cainnot overcome. J
L S3 MLAL GUIATOR, iO
y. :Iatig and arousmg i ht ' ealthy
d :her organs,
Asi3 AS A SPECIFEC. -
'nues health to bloom onth
Ocek, and joy to reign throughiout
h'o fr:ue. It never fails to cure.
Thc Besi MedicinB ever Made for Women.
"My wife has~ been1 under treatmnentof
Mding~ phoy,icians three years. without
be:wafit. A fter using three bottlesof BnAD
mIcL's FEMALu RE~Gvr.Avo1x she can do
Hii a UWN cOOEING, MILKING AND WASHINtG."
N. S. B,dAra. Henidcrsoni. Ala.
DRA.1on. REGULA-roR OCo.. Atlanta, Ga.
.:ad by. druggists at $1.00 per bottle.
pileptic Fits, Falling Sickne2ss, 1Hyster
ics, St, Vitus Dance, Ner.ousness,
hypochondria, Melancholia, Ina
eb.rity, SleepIessness, Diz- o
ziness, Brain and Spi- at
nal Vteakness. th
This miel- has direct action upon
n*. i ease,~' -- t re : oc~. anyi pdai s, t
this' m icn fre c;'cn.d., l
n i.< emearm n e neerar e vre o
mo aon: 1: Fot 'ae.id..-00 teeJs. and ic
n~ow prepr.:d m:rwhi's dircCtion by tiue
KOENIC MED. CO. Chicago, ei! o
oa 1y Dr;.tr-iists at St ner Botn?e. G for K
rerre ize S *. Gt, Ulsfr $9.
relief atnd is an infallible
- Cure for Elles. PriceS1. By
Druristsormail. Samples lea
hildren Cry for Pitcer's Casnrrai
So say- Leading Physicians
and Druggists. and their opin
ion is indorsed by thousands
cured by it of Scrofula, Ec
gema, Erysipelas, and other
diseases of the blood.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla has won its repu
tation I years of valuable service to tfie
Corniu1ilty. It ic the best."--It. S. Lang, I
Druggist. 'Merrimack st.. Lowell.11ass.
Dr. W. P. WVright. Paw Paw Ford. Tenn.,
says: "Iii my praetice. I invariably pre
scribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla for chronic dis
cases of the blood."
I)r.*R. R. Boyle. Third and Oxford sts.,
Philadelphia. Pa.. writes: " For two years
I have prescribed Ayer's Sarsaparilla in
nicnrous instances, and I find it highly
eflicacious in the treatment of all disorders
of the blood."
L. 'M. Robinson. Phariaeist, Sabina. o..
certifies : "Ayer's Sarsaparilla has always
been a great seller. My customers think
there is no blood-purifier equal to it."
"For Inany years I was afflicted with
scroftilous running sores. which. at last be
came so jad the doctors advised aniputating
one of my le' 'o save my life. I began
takiiig Ayer's arsaparilla and soon saw an
iniproverent. After using about two dozen
bottles the sores were healed. I continue to
take a few bottles of this medicine each
?ar. for mv blood, and am no longer trou
bled with sores. I have tried other reputed
blood-puriliers. but none does so much good
as Ayer's Sarsaparilla."-D. A. Itobinson,
Don't fail to get
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowel!. Mams.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottle-. $~2.
Cures others, will cure you
galawoll & Davis.
WE ARIE PREPARED TO DO
(god work in the following
Repairing Furniture of all Kinds,
louse, Sign and Ornamental Painting,
Graining, Calsomining and Wall
arpet. Matting and Oil Cloth Put
Down with Neatness and a
We solicit your patronage.
Call at corner of Boyce anid Nauce
treets and get estimates.
ROBT. T. CALDWVELL.
ROBT. W. DAVIS.
WTITH EVERYTHING COM
jVplee in my Undertaking De
ent, I am prepared to give prompt
nd careful attention to nil orders. I
ave always on hand a large selection
f Caskets, C'offis, Burial Robes. etce.
Calls answered at all hours night an d
ROBT. T. CA LDW~ELIL.
LL PERSONS HOLDING UN
ci paid School claims for the year
890-91t, will please present the same
or approval as soon as possible. I
flust miake my annual report by Octo
'er I. ARTHUR KIRLER,
~YEDN ESDAY, SEPTE MBE R :30,
1891, Miss Lucy Bowers will
nen an Art School over Mr. .J. D.
aven port's store, Maini street. Lessons
iDrawing, Charcoal and Painting.
For part ieulars add ress
M1ISS LUCY BOWVERS,
Newherry, S. C.
TATF OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF N EWBERRY.
eorge Bartow C'aldwell as Adminris
trator, &c., of .Joseph Caldwell, the
younger, deceased, plaintitr
.ngeline C. (Caldwell and others, de
fen dan ts,
'Omplainlt to sell land to aid in thre pay
ment of debts, &e.
\LL PERSONS HAVING DE
ma::ds againrst the est ate of .Josep b
adwell, the younger, dleceased, are
erebsy retiuireo to render in and estab
sh the same before this Court onl or
afore the first (lay of Octoher next.
J. B. FE LL E RS, J. P. N. C.
Sept. 1, 1891.
- WO (ULD RESPECLTFUI.LLY AN
niounce to p)atrons and to t he public
at I amr prepared to meet competition
prices and every other respect.
Oflice over C. & G. S. Mower's store.
1 wirll o ffer you bargai ns in Sprng
othring, new goods, no0 samptlest or job
s putrchansed for this occasi.n. I am
Rring you suits bought I b; sprinmu in
e~ks and cutawavs t hat sold at $1: 50,
5), $]fj.5. $18.50, 8:2.5n a nd $25. T hese
i ts v:ill be sold for
'This line is farstupe'rior to any I ha
l'eredl in anyv of my snles in the pa
d it beats the record of any house in
e? city for great valres in new spring
~hing.I am del l:terminied to ged rid
niS 5 oc?k if suchl oilers as5 I am mirak
will mo've thenm. Those who have
~en advvntage of the last two sales
atestify to lhe genuinieness of these
ers. The (rc is no bait to c-atchr or de
le the pubtlie in these sales. Thiis is
eenuinre sale. Hundreds have seen
s stock and know tire value of the
is offered andi( t hey. will testily to the
mrer prices. showin; g you the great
lutioni made in tis sale.
t'eember there never was a better
rortulnity to secure a sui?t of spring
thres than at this sale.
Uso remiemrber that these suits are
tbroken lots, but a regular run 01
5. just as I (carry in stoc'k.
eur in mind, this sale is strict iv for
i. and suits must be paid for biefore
ving the store.
ii. L. KINARD,
COLUMBiA, S. C.
I DO \OU ERNW 'iI)AT 101
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 wil satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar value for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every
neigh borhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
DESIDES this Suite, I have a
great mtany other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, runnmng in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
ISpecial 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 bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by mec to your near
est R. R. depot for $33.u0. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in 'all the latest shapes
and styles, andI can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00) to $7.00, al freight
Special Baromain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up co)mplete for $11l.50 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 iin the city.
includinir the tUauze door stoves
and Ran~ges and the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire
gauze doors. I am delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid( at the p)rice of at
ordinary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves imade.
Full particulars by mail.
1(0) rolls of matting 40) yds1 to thw
roll $5.75 per roll.
1,000 Corn'ee Poles 25ets. each. d
1,000 WXindlow Shades 3x7 reet on
spring roller and fringed at 374 ets..
each. You must pay your own
freight on Cornice P'oles, Window
Shades :'nd Clocks- Now see here.
I cannot quote you everything.
have got in a store containing 22,6400
feet of tloor roomi, besides its an
ne.xes and factory in aniothier part
of the town. I shall he pleased to f
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THE
HERALD AND) NEWS, published at
Newvberry, S. C. -
No goods sent C. 0. 1)., or on con
signment. I refer you to the editors
and publishers of this naper or to -
any banking 'onicern in Augusta,
or to the Southernu Express Co., aii!
:>f whorn~ know me personally.
L F. PADG4]T, ~
I1116 ANi> 1112 Broad Street,
Anugst - - IMtrgi8. I
Proprietor of PaOg< tt'i Furi -
~re. Stove. 'and Carp~et Store:-.
F L.tory. IILrrl+m)i SLt..t
A RMERFORD M
Rt aUcrj;rd:o. o n
acks. Mess Hall, Su
e OF TEACHERS. Opcn S
d . W. T. R. BELL, A.M.,
A m nens or .' L. Toualas Shoes.
it no.~ r saile in your place n%k y-our
- e!r to %e: fr c t 110gue. %-cure the
y. :tlltu 1et then: for you.
;- T.AKE NO SUBSTITUTE..2
WHY IS TH E
W. Lm DOUCLAS
453 SHOE CENV EE
THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY?
j(ia iavs -hboe. with no tacks or wax thre,vi
t. irt the fect: inade of the best tine va'f. stylish
awi easy. an,l bteIs. W-e uacu n,e ,re show- #,f tih..q
hre Ian t any othernmi1tifi -'t rer, z itqual ainid
sit-w ri shoes hic- frw mi., A) . t 2 .
$5 tlen-;i re .lai-see. te at,-st calf
$ s . toe evera .rrIt -.tr fles, exrt eli
~A00 eal a~eI ~ha.1lne calf,
rtall*- ntidurale.The bet~s
shoe ever offered at thi, Price: xime zride as cus
tom-made shes c.prine rria wi l Zijovch
$3 want aoshoe frco: Farners. Railroad en
2 3 mand 11.7trWterCarrinrsall wearthem: finecalf.
seam!ess.sniooth iariev. hoav three sole.s, exten
lot av I inte par will wear aear.
~ liie ni: o eter SIloe ever offered at;
Bos 0 t r! ial wia couviace those
Who "-ant a shoce for curnftort and service.
ifave given theni a trial will wear no other mak-e.
-~E) *na 1.7.1 sch )eos are
BOYSY worhn by~ tuhe boy evvryw~her-e; they sell
ot. their merits, as the increa.ing sales show.
Lad ieslio' a ulewf-41slloe 1-s
La c ie [i tiolai. very stvl Ish: eq uals French
imported shoes estin:: frorn s;.I to $t..
L:tdie-' 2.50. N 2.00 and F1.75 shoe for
3Mis are the best fine- Dongtola. Stylish and durable.
(:a ion.-e that W. L. binglws' name and
price are starnypte on the buttom of each shoe.
W. . DUUULAS. Brockton. Mass.
FIt SA LE BY
MINTER & JAMIESON,
KEP' A GOOr LINE OF
IN :TOCK ALL THEI TIME AT
Our Xo. 7 Stove.
For Ten 'oliars
IS HARD TO BEAT.
CALL AND SLE IT.
AND ALL OTHER G S00Q
SO LI) BY US AT PRICES TO SUIT
31. J. SCOTT & 00.1
N.ewbterry, 5. C.
WEF WOULD RESPECTFULLY
NIiforlrn the p)ublic that we are pre
pared to insure prop)erty againlst loss by
Fire, Cylonecs anld Tornadoes.
&9Your pat.ronatge is solicited.
BURTON & W ILSON, Agents.
New berry, S. C.
SHOCKL ET BROS.,
s___ ignIed has fitted
up a new Wood
Work Shop on
- corner of Har
.rington and Mc
and is prepared to nmake
ESTIMATES ON BUILENGS,
And Any Knd of Wood Work,
-A SPECIALTY OF
AND) ALL KINDS OF SCROLL
ON HIAND) AND FOR SALE
LUMBU-R, DRESSED OR ROUGH.
[N FACr ANYTHING; IN MY LINE
ON SHORT NOTICE.
SATISFACTION GiA R ANT LE .
GIVE US A CALL.
SHOCK LEY BROS.,
Cor. Harington & iMcKib'ben St.,
NE ERY, S.* Z.
truce wil1ltave charge.
Ever Mach'ne has a
- drop leaf, fancy cover,
to large drawers, with nickel rings, and full
t of Attachmen:4, equal to any Singer Ma
ine sold from $40 to $60 by Canvassers.
he High A-rm Mlachine has a self-setting nee
e and self-threading shuttle. A trial in your
yme before pync:t is asked. B;uy direct of
e ManufactLrers and save agents' profits be
lecs getting cer:i5icates of warrantee for fiv~e
ars. Sendi for nmacine with name of a business
an as reference and we wll ship one at once.
Co-Operaiive. Sewing Machine Co.,
9 S- zith St., i.;7 Qt. Pa
HE un? ler :.-i b- .-w to ini -
- 1&trI. n-ob th:it they are
i-pt r-i to i;' ,Ttiene. o'g jIar-se
All wor Ku need.
NSS & HEAD NOISES CURED!r
zeeks L%VtLkL TUBULAR EAB
CUS$liORS. Whispers heard. Coin
L H., North Carolinza.
M:SS PLAN. New DuOdings includirg
>eritendents Qparters, etc. FULL CORPS
ptxmber ist, 1891. Send for Register.
3periatendent, RUTHERFORDTON, N. C.
ASSET!-. .... . . ..... . t8I1G,000,000
SUI' LUSX . .. .. .. .. ... 15.000.000
I . OM IN I0 . . .. !.000.00(
)urin forty-six vears its incfmne
fr -r iten t an(1 rents h,-ts mwrc tiian
paid it s <hr:1,th le'ssrx.
It issues every dc--irable form of
It furniAhes a comilte V.>ntract.
It has paid every lo. in S. C.
It (iSpLtes no honest claims.
ItI has no suicide clause.
It is purely mutual and makes more
m0neV per thousand of insurance than
any other eompany.
its death and expeise rate is the
Its E11(iowment ai ..1nnuity busi
ness is greater tban all the other comn
panies inD the United States conibined
showing the confideuce that wealthy
and business- men have in its integrity
Send me Ihe date of your birth and
let me show you how you cat. make a
fortune moore certainly than in any
other way. A. P. PIFER,
_ Newberry, S. C.
ThE UNION CENTRAL
LIFE INl ANtlLI4AN
Is ole of the Standard Cornpaies o
the Unitei States. The best Policy
written is by this Company. Call and
M. L. BONHAM,
State Agent South Carolina,
Office in Rear Central National Bank.
C$LUMBIA, S. C.
CALL AT TIE
ON MAIN STREET.
T7 17* isfn%TT*
WILL BE MADE ON
TALBOTT & SON'S
ENGINES & BOILERS.
EST IMAT[S ON
SAW SIILLS AND
Saw Mills $200 to $600.
Cor n Mills $11.5 to $395.
Planters and Matchers $200 to $1,500.
I sell the most complete line of Saw
Mills and wood making machinery in
VI. C. BADH/AM, Gen'I Aut.,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Home Office Factory, Richmond,
rH E GR EAiEA LTH IRIK
IINOTRM(TR IIN BUILDER
T HE UTNDERSIGNED WOU'LD
..respectfully inform the general pub
ie that he is prepared to make estimates
md contract for the building of churches,
iwellings, storerooms, and other work in
uis line. P'rices reasonable and work
uaranteed. T. H. CROMER.
T. Q. -BOOZER'S
LUY TIES EROS'.
Theaper than Ever Before
Offered in /Newberry.
IF YOU NEED ANYTHING IN
GIVE ME A CALL
ND) I ASSU-RE POLITE ATTEN
TION AND THE
FOR TILE MONEY.
A .\LO( A FINIE I.ANE OFY
Th.os. Q. Boczer.
TERRV M'FrG CnO .n,.AHVIL- T.-...
GOGGANS & HUNT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
NEWBERRY, S. C.
0ikce onl Law Range.
COLU1I1-A AND UREENVI.LFZ Utv1Ti N.
Condised Schedule-in etlect ."uly . iN-.
(frains run by,5Lh MridiL rime.)
s. ! .. -No.,.No. No
W iT i'UN D. 13. 15. 17. 7. 9.
A N A 1 : :
Lv Char:eston....... 5 ' .
6 40 6 15
Lv Coiumbia .. ........ . 1 1011 15
U nion ... ... .......... ........ 12 .....
Ar Spartaiburg ... ........... I - .
Tr'o- i .... ........ 3 f6 .
cnluda......... ....... ........ ..
F.at 4 ....... ........
Flat ersok........... ........ 4 2:' ........
I henderson.......... ..
Hv Pa lt 1-prin............ .. ;).........
Morrit . ..... . . . ...
Ar ('invin 1 ..........
Lv Prosperity.. ....... S ....
Newberry..... 9 4.1257! 4.
Clinton ... ..... 10 . ...... ..... .......
Ar L57rns.10 . . .... 0 9 45.....
A r lincton..... .... ....x> I...... ...... ........ ...... ........
Ar Ninety-six .........2...........
L v N inety-S:x.........1.
Green wood .........56.
A r Abbeville . .. ......4 ... ....
Lv Abbeville.... ......10. 1215.
Lv Belt on;j ...... ..12.5
Pelzer...... ...........4 42 12 53
Piedm unt. ... ........
Ar Greenville .......... 40 1 45
Pendleton ........... 0
Lv Seneca .... ............
ArWa al . ......... .
Atla ta.. 2 .......
, 12 0 ........
EASTBOUND. No No Vo. :o.v
1___ . 16. is.S . 10.
.k N1 I' N1 P 31 A M P 31
Lv W a*5:,,4 4 _ ........
e eca. ... 0 .... ....
Pendlton 0 .. .....
Anderson Wh ........... . ..
reevile. cA........ 5....
Iliedmont ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 ........II5: ........ ........ ...
P eI z e rI 5. .. .. . ........ . . 1 5 4 2
Ar Belton ........ ..2. 05
Ar Ab vlle .. ...... )
Lv Abbeville .......I1:! :3) ..... .3I-... ...
Greenwood ........ 2
ArN 4.... ............
L Ninety-ix PM 2 ..... .......
La5rens ..... .. ......
Ar Newberry- '4u: 34 -S5 ......
Lv Prosperity ...... 14AWi ...... 1;, S5..
LV CincliAzti ..... ...J810.... .. . ...
Knoxville ...... .... 81- ....!. -....
PaInt H Vk 1....... 2........... ......
Ashevalta .. ............. 2 4)......... ... .... .... .......
Hendersonille .. 01. . ..
FlatRock ........... 3 5 ...... .......
Sauda ........ ....... 1
Tryo n . ......... 5....... .4 ....... ........
SpJattauburg .... .f
Ar Unon . ............. 3 . ...3........ .. ......
ArColumia .........9.4 0 . 5 ........
Charleston .........9 0 I. ....
TrNins 7. S. 9, 10 2. 14 1 IT 40 4* Daily
except .Sunda.y. P ullmain Steeper on TrainsI
15 and It; betw~een ( ' barlestan and Cincinnati
Ohio, via Atlautic (;oasL Ii:e, Columbia
Aheville, Paixt PHock, So.o n Knox
ville, Jeltico and Junction i'fty
J. A. DODSON. Su.rintnd. nt.
W. H.REk. Gw4eral 4.anager.
JAQ. I. TAYLOX. txenl r'abs. --kgeuL.
D. CAp tDWELL. Div. P.ss. Apt.
ATLANCCAT LINIE. ~
FAST LI-XE .
Between Ch'larlesion and columbia and e.ppe
South Carolina and Wstern
CONDEN,sEDJ i OCbEDULE
Goi.vG WEST. wimG F.AsT
.No- 14. No.52. No.5&. No.57.
tpa t.M *ao ta.. 15
Ho i 6 r - ........ ...-.A112
710 de74 nvil. ....." 11 95I
Fat Rock.........mte...." 16o 2
1000100da...............L.... j 741
.342 "a b r ...... ... r... 5
A . 4Uio ..............se. . 6 29
.534 .4i00e.......5 24
..... I2 570Ar........ ..L.....
.....La.rer 6 20..:.
.............A.dr.o . 61128....
....Grenill.. 00 t 05 ....
.4t0 Abevll. 8. " 6 12 ....6.
Trin47 22 9 .~Ien,~ron17l8, 4234,~Da1
ecep "uda. Puhllaleeper 200..in
Solind trn bet ween Charleston and Coinat
bJ . .OD.O. SuMERSin,enn Pas Act
W.WLTR. H..GEEN, en~raMngr
(JAS.L. TA LR,Ewen' RYP&. A.eu
OeaebD. H.ChaWELl in, Rese.er
WiAlminton. S. C.. 3Augs 39, 1891.
WET AOUD TDLyNE .RIH
Betee CoCha..esto and2olmb and amp
Sauth.arolin andp W ster am
Lea oar th Carolina. a
Litte lu t*am 31pm I tam
New0be4rry.ans.......m 12 7 9p35
8 :C5 8n5on...ur..... ..p " 10pm 82
10r00 1005bAr...lub1am..v 7460pm
........ ..4 "...Wib... ..a " 6519......
.......i4n2 ...Chser.... .. "13 : 255......
Lit.tl. 6 15 nt"....rk vile... am . 40 ......
Prospeity . 9 1 a a 4m.
........ e5: y...R c B l.... .. "a 2 41 ......
... .... .. "...Chr t.... ..5a " 25 p....
West... 5 for th ......A ndn.. " ia the ....
....... G. Cian N. ....reeilay . to Ab i e a5......
...... further..Inforon vilye to .....
bia M. WA. . . MRON, Gten' as. Aent.
(. W 'A LTER e.e' Man1Pas Ae
fo . CRLIway ILAYCo..
Commencing SunEdayA. th flown sched-a -..
uPe wilPabene efTn: ilrnasflosu
WEST BOl~ ast (Daily) FEIH
LepaColum baa.......m 5 pr 800pam
eaharts......... 4 pi 1 250a m
epChains........... 640p m 1 500p q
Lie toleMia.ntam 3 0C p am 1 25a m
Nepar Cobiay....... 2500 m 27pm
AreCainton............1 5p m 21
Aue Colum bia............7 3 amn
Lepaphrt Cuba..........050 a m.5p
LitleMu ti...D ail m
6t.in tOa n,ad(~atn t 55 and
LvNewa bery....... ..... lra>ia to an fro p m
iLl litton............ rod to and 2ro C5hprm
Connet in.adavn at Columbia wt ..Rata
West an wior thNoth and 'Datvia te al
C.dfo R'y tanti C iyd teamhnin.Ati Clinon
withe G.er byan N.~ rainsa tok Abbevileand
For fuarterfo rathioen appl o - ok
C. M:. WAetcD. atFr.a w. ith tESS, ..
Gr.Ien llandero Ge n' tiaest. Agen
Cs~. omendcrmtpingtay Wu. and 189,t.5
P.M.,asseger Tans frll pruns fonlowsrni
.011 urt noth "asdWte. byime": ig
DprtColumbiA. 6. T0 A, 555 mrI 9 0 p
Depart CharlEn. 30ea. Pa 20p 500p
Dueolmba. 4 a 9 m400 - 01
outh (Dly -#~
Deprt amdn......... 00 am
TO AND Ft M UUTA.O
~sep rlo' m i........ 5 ud....5 5pt
1 I.uut............15 ....11