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EVERY TH1URSDAY AT
NEWBERRY S. C.
HE WAS A LITTLE TOO LATE.
A Tale of Conjugal Infelicity in the Penn
I was riding along one of the moun
tain roads of northern Pennsylvania
recently, and bad got up into the hills
about four miles from the railroad sta
tion at Geetown, when I met a wild
looking man on horseback with a
bundle in front of him. He was evi
dently a denizen of the lumber woods.
He pulled up his horse when he met
me, and exclaimed in anxious tones:
"Say, boss! Y'didn't meet a feller
drivin' a mule to a buckboard wagon
anywhar on yer way up, did y'?"
"Yes, I did," replied, for I had.
"Were he gettin' along at a tol'able
stiff gait?" asked the anxious woods
"Yes, he was, come to think of it," I
"Seem ez if he were goin' to git thar'
did he?" said the lumbermau.
"Get where?" I asked.
"Tbere's'no doubt -about it," I said.
"Were-tha a woman with him, did
y'notice?" asked the man.
"Yes, there was," replied.
"Cross-eyed?" questioned the woods
"I don't know about that."
"Mole on her nose?"
"That's more than I can say."
"Were the mule lame in t'ie cff hind
"I think he was."
"Didn't notice whither the woman
were cross-eyed, hey?"
"Did the mrn have a valler baird?"
"Yes; a lou-, )ellow beard."
"From w'atlittley' see o' the woman,
d'ye think tha were room enough on
her nose for a good-sized mole?"
"Well, yes, I think there was."
"Did the mule wheeze consid'able as
he spun by y'?"
"He acted to me as if he might have
a touch of the heaves:yes."
"Couldn't sw'ar the woman wa'nt
cross-eyed, could y'7"
"Buckboard kind o'rattly in the
spokes, an' actin' ez if a pint or two o
grease wouldn't hurt it?,
"It seemed that way."
"Woman hev on a blue dress'n a
green hat with a red feather in it?"
"I remember the green hat with a
"Were tha a gap in the buckboard's
dash, sumpin' like ez if a mule's heels
mowt'a' gone through it some time or
"Yes, there was a hole in the dash."
"But y' hain't dead sartin th't tha
were a mole on the woman's nose?"
*- "Tha hain't no doubt, though, but
w'at they was goin' to git thar?"
"Not a particle."
"Man in his shirt sleeves an' one
"Yes, I remember that he was in his
shirt sleeves and wore but one suspen
The saxious woodsman paused as if
trying to think of something else to
ask, but at last said:
"Y'll bef to 'scuse me stranger fer
bein' so kinder cur'ous, but mebbe y'
mow't know who them folks be?"
"I haven't the least idea."
"Wull, the mule 'n' the woman 'ni'
the buckboard is mine. The man is
Sim Bilger. He's slopin' with the wo
man, 'n' it's jist my durn luck to be
too late to ketch 'em, fer they've took
the keers at Geetown afore this!"
"What! The woman your wife!"
"Well," said .1, "it don't seenm to me
that I would go to much trouble to
-fetch such a woman back."
"Fetch her back! Great hoop-pole! I
hain't arter her to fetch her back!"
"What were you in such hot pursuit
of her for, then?"
* "Wuli, it's this here way. Time she
sloped with Bill Balls, a year ago las'
spring, she kim back two or three
weeks arterwi'es 'n' said she'd fergot
some of her duds, 'n' she'd kim back
to git 'em. I toP' her whar she k'd find
'em, but she jist settled down to hum
ag'in 'n' were bossin' the clearin' same
ez afore, in less'n half an hour. She
run things fer a spell, 'n' thien sloped
with Sama Fletcher, the mule boss.
'Twa'nt long 'fore she diskivered th't
- she'd fergot to take sumpin' else o'
her'n, 'n't she kim back to git it, 'n'
first thing I know.'d I were workin'
fer her agin. Las' fall she cut sticks 'n'
dug out with Joe Fassett.
"'Gosh!' I says. 'I hope Samianthy's
mem'ry hain't ben bad this time!' I
says. 'If she's fergot anytbin' this trip
I mow't ez well move out!'
"But sure ez sap she'd ben fergitful
again, 'ni' twan't three weeks 'fore she
kim prancin' back hum arter sumpin'
she'd left ahind her, 'ni' me'n' her went
to workin' in harness ag'in. Now along
comes Simu Bilger, 'n' $amanthy puts
on her bes' bib 'n' tucker 'n' slopes with
him, 'n' I'm too durn late to ketch
"Let 'em go!" I said. "What do you
want to waste your time chasing up
such cattle for?"
'-Let 'em go!" exclaimed the anxious
husband. "Course I'll let 'em go! But
here's a lot o' things in this here bundle
th't Samanthy's fergot! WVat I wanted
were to overhaul her 'n' give 'em to her
so she wouldn't hef to come back arter
'em! Now she'll 'member 'em in a
week or two, 'n' consarn it! she'll come
horne a hummin'! It's just my durn
And the disappointed husband turned
his horse about and galloped disconso
Always After Him.
"Why do you suppose woman was
made after man ?" asked 31izs Barrow.
"Because," returned Cynicus, "it is
part of her nature to be after man."
When you need a good, safe laxative,
ask your druggist for a box of Ayer'sj
Pills, and you will find that they give
perfect -stisfaction. For indigestion,
torpid I ':sr, and sick headache there is
nothing superior. Leading physicians'
The Land of Pluck.
Far over the sea is a famous little
country generally known as Holland;
but that name, even if it mean Hollow
land or How land, does not describe it
half so well as this-the Funny Land
Verily, a queerer bit of earth was
never shone upon by the sun, nor
washed by the tide. It is the oddest,
funniest country that ever raised its
head from the waves (and, between
ourselves, it does not quite do that),
the most topsy-turvy landscape, the
most amphibious spot in the universe.
and the man in the moon can't deny
the chosen butt of the elements, and,
good-naturedly, the laughing stock of
mankind. Its people aTe the queerest
and drollest of all the nations, and yet
so plucky, so wise and resolute and
strong, that "beating the Dutch" has
become a by-word for expressing the
limits of mortal performance.
As for the country, for centuries it
was not exactly anywhere; at least it
objected to staying long just the same
in any one place. It may be said to
have lain around loose on the waters of
a certain portion of Europe, playing
peekaboo with its inhabitants-now
coming to the surface here and there to
attend to matters, then taking a dive
for a change of scene; and a most dis
astrous dive it often proved.
Rip Van Winkle himself changed
less between his great sleeping and
waking than Holland has altered many
a time between sunset and dawn. All
its permanence and resoluteness seerns
to have been soaked out of it, or rather
to have filtered from the land into the
people. Every field hesitates whether
to turn into a pond or not, and the
ponds are always trying to leave the
country by the shortest cut. One
would suppose that under this condi
tion of things the only untroubled crea
tures would be turtles and ducks; but
no, strangest and most mysterious of
all; every living thing in Holland ap
pears to be thoroughly placid and con
tent. The Dutch mind, so to speak, is
at once anti-dry and water-proof. Lit
tle children run about in fields where
once their grandfathers sailed over the
billows; and youths and maidens row
their pleasure boats where their ances
tors played "tag" among the haystacks.
When the tide sweeps unceremno
uiously over Mynheer's garden, he
lights his pipe, takes his fishing rod,
and sits down on his back porch to try
his lucs. If his pet pond breaks loose
and slips away, he whistles, puts up a
dam so that it cannot come back, and
decides what crop shall be raised in its
vacant place. None but the Dutch
could live so tranquilly in Holland;
though, for that matter, if it had not
been for the Dutch, we may be sure
there would have been, by this time,
no Holland at all.
And yet this very Holland, besides
holding its own place, has managed to
gain a~foothold in almost every quarter
of the globe. An account of its colo
nies is a history in itself. In the East
Indies alone it commands twenty-four
millions of persons.
They Have Hobbies.
The King of Italy takes great interest
in raising camels.
Bishop Coleman of Delaware spends
his vacations in pedestrian trips in the
The Princess of Wales has become
an adept in amateur photography. She
carries about a detective camera.
Baron Nathan de Rothschild's hobby
is photography. He commences his
pleasure each day at 6 a. in., and trans
fixes many a family scene and view.
The Duchess of Connaught quite
equals Richelieu in the fondness for
cats. Her favorite pet is one of these
little animals imported from the land
of the Shah.
It is one of Mr. Blaine's peculiarities
that he has always preferred to speak
out of doors. He would.rather talk
among the pine trees than in any hal
in the world.
Russell Sage carries sixty-four cnrious
coins for luck. One of the most pre
cous isa penny that he found in his
boyhood. He would not part with
these coins for a (railway) prince's ran
Rosalie: "I could never wear a second
hand engagement ring."
Maude: "No; because if it was any
good it would never have been given
back in the first place."
-A Man Thermiometer.
Lean men make the best thermome
ters. Fahrenheit nevers invented bet
ter ones. If the weather is warm and
sunny, they are cheerful. If cold and
frosty, they are irritable and snappy.
If damp and cloudy, they are downcast
ad gloomy. But if either lean or fat
men are suffering from biliousness,
headache, constipation, or indigestion,
the weather will always be damp and
cloudy in their locality, unless they
use Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. These
Pellets are small, sugar-coated granules,
calcuted to start the liver and dig'estive
organs into healthy activity, and there
by raise low spirits, and dispel gloom.
Miany Persons are broken
down from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Rebuilds the
system. aids digestion, removes excess of bile,
and cures malaria. Get the genuine.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria
" MoTHERs' FRIEND is a scientific
ally prepared Liniment, every ingre
dient of recognized value and in
constant use by the medical pro
fession. These ingredients are comn
bined in a manner hitherto unknown
"M OT HE RS'
WILL DO all thaZ is claimed for
it AND MORE. It Shortens Labor,
Lessens Pain, Diminishes Danger to
Life of Mother and Child. Book
to " MoTHERs "mailed FREE, con
taining valuable information and
Sent by express on receipt of price $1.50 per bottC
BRADFIELD RE6ULATOR CO., Atlanta. Ga.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
[As A SU'1:5]TrIT'T: ON.
"You seeui to be taking things easy,"
said Father Time to the Fool Killer.
"Yes," was the reply, "the parachute
junapcr is looking after my business."
SUC;(;1:r1oN NOr FFEASI MA.
'Mrs. Straggers-I don't know what
to do with my husband. He just says
around the house all the time and
Mrs. Dimling-Why don't you make
him go to work?
Mrs. Staggers-It isn't respectable to
work the growler.
A RIGHTEOUS MoUSEHOLD.
[From the Bath Independent.]
A Bath minister rings door bell.
Door opens-a little-and a voice says:
"We don't want anything to-day," and
Dear John: Come to-morrow evening.
Pa is laid up with a sore foot. Yours,
Dear Cora: I can't come to-morrow
evening. I am laid up on account of
your pa's sore foot. Yours, John.
THE IGNORANT FOREIGNER.
Frencbman-Ah! ht re certainly is ze
place at last! Monisieur, I yould some
coffay eef you please.
Barkeeper (affably)-You'se in de
wrong place, mister. Dis ain't no
coffee 'v cake saloon; dis is a cafly!
TOOK THE HINT.
[From the Chicago Sunday Tribune.]
"Miss Bessie," he faltered, "do ycu
think you could learn to love me?"
"I-I think I might, Mr. Spoona
more," she answered with down cast
eyes, "if I were taught."
And the next moment he had her
ANYTHING TO OBLIGE.
[From the Chicago Sunday Tribute.]
Photographer-Raise the chin a little,
Victim-Am I all right otherwise?
"Just want the chin a little higher?"
"Yes. That's all."
"Anything to accom'Modate you."
[Takes out his false teeth, clooses his f
mouth, and his chin comes up to his
LFrom the Delineator.]
For mosquito bites use ordinary r
Almond meal sprinkled in the bath
makes the skin soft and white. e
A harmless lotion for removing .
freckles is as follows : Lemon juice, 1
ounce; powdered borax, I drachm
sugar, I drachm.
The following wash will prove effica- N
cous for purifying the breath : Chlo- a
rate of potash, 2 drachms: rose wvater,
6 ounces. IRinse the mouth thorough
ly five or six times daily.
An excellent lotion for imparting a t
rosy glow to the cheeks by calling the
blood to the surface consists of tincture
of benzion, 1 tablespoonful; rose water,
3 ounce. Apply to the cheeks daily.
A tonic which is said to be very
efficacious in arresting thie falling out
of the hair is as follows: Bay rum, 1
quart ; table salL, half teacupful; cas
tor oil, I drachm ; tincture of can
A harmless lotion for whitening and
softening the complexion is made as
fojows : Cascarilla powder, 2 grains ;
muriate of ammonia, 2 grains: emul
sion of almonds, 8 ounces. Apply with a
A paste which is very fine for soften
ing the skin is made as follows : White
almonds, 3 ounces ; strained honey, 2
ounces ; orange flower wat er 5 ounces ;
cold cream, 4 ounces. Pound the al
monds to paste in a mortar and miux
them with the other ingredients.
Man is often deceived in the age of aj
woman by her gray hair. Ladies,.you
can appear young and prevent this
grayness by using Hall's Hair Re
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
AL L S KN |5 E A5E51
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, Syphilitio Bheumatism, Scrofu-1
os Ulcers and Sores, GlandularSwelhings,
Rheumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
that have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
I . P.. hooiolJ
Skin Diseases, Eezema, Chronic Pemale
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
Scald Head, Etc., Etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an ex
eellent appetizer, building up the system
Ladies whose systen's are poisoned and
whose blood is in an impure condition due
tomenstrual irregularities are peculiarly
benefited by the wonderful tonic and blood t
cleansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
Ash, Poke Root and Potassium.
UPPIAN BROS., Druggists, Proprietors,
Lippan's Block, SAVANNAH, GA.
For sae W. E. PELTHA M. Druggist.
That only honest and reliable medicines
should be placed upon the market. It can
not, therefore, be stated too emphatically,
nor repeated too often. that all who are in
need of a genuine Blood-purifier should
be sure and ask for
Sarsaparilla. Your life, or that of some one
near and dear to you, may depend on the
use of this well-approved remedy in prefer
ence to any other preparation of similar
name. It is compounded of Honduras sar
saparilla (the variety most rich in curative
properties). stillingia, mandrake, yellow
dock, and the iodides. The process of man
ufacture is original, skilful, scrupulously
clean, and such as to secure the very best
medicinal qualities of each ingredient. This
medicine is not boiled nor heated, and is,
therefore, not a decoction; but It is a com
pound extract, obtained by a method ex
clusively our own, of the best and most
powerful alteratives, tonics, and diuretics
known to pharmacy. For the last forty
has been the standard blood-purifier of the
world-no other approaching It in popular
confidence or universal demand. Its form
ula is approved by the leading physicians
and druggists. Being pure and highly con
centrated, it is the most economical of any
possible blood medicine. Every purchaser
of Sarsaparilla should insist upon having
this preparation and see that each bottle
bears the well-known name of
. C. Ayer & Co.,
In every quarter of the globe Ayer's Sar.
saparilla is proved to be the best remedy for
all diseases of the blood. Lowell druggists
unite in testifying to the superior excellence
of thUis medicine and to its great popularity
in the city of its manufacture. 0
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
Cures others,will cure you
Chips of the Old Block.
Charles Hamlin, a grandson of Han
ibal Hamlin, is doing good work on a
,ew York newspaper.
The stage name of Henry Irving's
?eond son will be Lawrence, assumed
s a compliment. to his .father's old
iend, John Lawrence Toole.
George Meredith's son, William
[axse Meredith, although only 23
ears old, is an engineer in charge of
Edward Lytton Btilwer Dickens,
oungest son of the novelist, has Leen
e-elected as Member for Wileannia in
e Parliament of New South Wales.
Mrs. Alice Shaw, the whistler, has
emonstrated the fact that whistling
ven is hereditary. She has four
aughters, each of whom inherits her
eculiar talent. ,
Jules Verne's son, Michael, is mak
ag fast headway as an author, and is
ranching out into a line of novels
7hich are as highly imaginative if not
s fresh as those of his father.
Francis Darwin, a son of the apostle
f evolution, is making a name for
iimself in the science of biology. He
was recently elected president of the
iological section of the Congress of
)emography in London.
LFrom the Pittsburgh Dispatch.1
A unique will was filed yesterday for
>robate. It was that of Owen Cane of
icKeesport. The instrument was as
MCK EESPO RT, PA., Sept. 7, 1891.
Pay John Clark $1.
Pay John Maloy $6.
After all expenses are paid the hal
ee is given to Mrs. M. TPrayers.
Vitnesses: per N. B.
MRs. BR ANNON,
Miss KATE BRA NNON,
The testator signed his own name as
,witness, while his name was signed
'or him at the bottom of the will by
e scrivener, who also wrote the names
f the witnesses. Cane had been in
ured in an accidenlt, and was carried
nto Mrs. Brannon's house. There he
nade his will as given and died shortly
Children Cfy for Pitcher's Castoria.
A NATRtAL REMEDY FoE
pileptic Fits, Falling Sickness, Hyster
is, St. Vitus Dance, Nervousness,
Hypochondria, Melancholia, In
ebrity, Sleeplessness, Diz
ziness, Brain and Spi
This medicine has direct action upon
he nerva centers, allaying all irritabili
ies, and increa.sing the flow and power
if nerve fluid. It is perfectly harmless
md leaves no unpleasant effects.
RE AValuable Book en Nervous
Disease,i sent free to any address,
is medicine fre of carge.
BOW prepared under his direction by the
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, l!.
Soldby Druggists atl si er Bottle. 6 for so,
Lare Size, SL7s. 6Bottles for 89.
[ CAN BE FOUND AT THE C. N.
and L. Depot, prepared to give
>rompt attention to weighing cotton
ive mue a call.
CH AS. A. BOWMAN.
New berry, S. C., Oct. 1, 1891.
E PPS'S COCO A.
By a thorough knowledae of the natural
aws which govern the operations of diues
ion and nut: ition, and( by a careful appliea.
ion of the line properties of well-selected
k>coa, Mr. Epps har provided our break fast
abies with a delictely flavored beverage
rhich may save us many heavy doctor's bills.
t is by te judicious use of such articles of diet
hat a constitution may be gradu.ui.y built
tp until strong enough to resist every ten
tency to disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
ies are floating around us ready to attack
rherever there is a weak point. We may
scape many a fatal shaft by keeping our
elves well fortinied with pure blood and a
>roperly nourished framec.''-Civil service
izette. Made simply wi'hi boiling water or
nilk. Sold only in half-pound tins, by Gro
ers, labelled thus:
rAMEs EPYS & CO., Hommophatic Chem
its, Lon-don, England
DE~,S...tvwa A F in.ih.Ml .lbVeUcO
BO YOU KNOW THAT YOU
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
thnt will satisfy you that I am giv
a .loll.r vzlue 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. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have aj
great many other suites in Walnut,I
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollard
for a Suite.
Special Bargain NTo.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 numiber of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I 'will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $33.00. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain N~o. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from 19.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Baro'ain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up complete for $11.50 all
charges paid to your depot, or a 5
hole range with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stock ot cooking stoves in the city,
including the Gauze 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 price of an
ordinary -stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves made.
Full particulars by mail.
1010 rolls of matting 40 ydso to the
roll $5.75 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 25ets. each.
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet oli,
spring roller and fringed at 37j cts.,
each. You must pay your own
freight on 'nice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannot quote you everything I
have got in a store containing 22,600
feet of fioor roonm, besides its an
nexes and factory in another p art
of the town. I shall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THE
HERALD AND NEWS, published at
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0.1D., or on con
signment. I refer you to the editors
and publishers of this naper or to
any banking concern in Augusta,
or to the Southe~rn Express Co., all
of whom know me personally.
L F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
Agusta, - - Georgia.
Proprietor of Padgett's Fur,
ture, Stove. and Carpet Stores.
Factory, Hlarrison St.
Catalogue showing pictures o
our Pianos ind telling about then
MAT,ED FREE. Our patent SOF1
STOP saves wear, making the Pian<
more durable, and stopping the an
noying noise of practising.
We take OLD PIALNOS in EX
CHANGE, sell on EASY PAY
MENTS. and send Pianos ON AP
PROVAL to be returned at our ex
pense for railway freightsif not per.
fectly satisfactory, even though yot
Ivers& Pond Pian
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Ask my agents for W. L. Douglas Shoes.
if not for *ale In yorpaeask your
dealer to send for catalogue, secure the
aec,ad get them for you.
WTAKE NO SUBSTITUTE..M
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S3 SHOE CEN EMEN
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 sty sh
and easy, and because wce make mrom Ahe; o hi
raethan any other manufacturer-, it equals Ltd
ewdshoes costing from $4.00 to Ss.
$ 600Genu*ne*Haun. ewed, the finest calf
e ever offered for 85.w; equals French
Imported shoes which cost from $S.I)to $V-ou.
"a 00 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe fine calf.
w4 a styliho comfortable and durable. The bebi
shoe ever offered at this price; same grade as cus
tom-made shoes costing from $6.Ou to $9.0).
$5Poice Shoe; Farmers. Railroad Xem
$35adLetter Carriers all wear them; flue calf,.
seamless smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion edge. One pair will wewaayear.
dO0fue calf; u3o better shoe ever offered at.
S29this pri-ae; one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
and $2.00 Workingman's shoes
"2.2'ae ,v*ryostrong and durable. Those who
hav gien hema tialwill wear no other make.
b %.* " and ' 1"7" school shoes are
B0 womn by the boys evetrywhere;. they seUl
on thei merits, as the Increasing mals show.
L N-EWBR shoe best
Imported shoes costing from 64i to $6.0U,.
nadleW' 2.50, 82.00 and 81.73 shoe for
Misses are the best fine Dongola. Stylish and durable.
Caution.--See that W. L. Douglas' name and
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. X&sMn
FOR SALE BY
NEWBERRY, S. C.
W E KEEP A GOOD LINE OF
IN STOCK ALL THE TIME AT
Our V_ .78 tove
For Ten Dollars
IS HARD TO BEAT.
CALL AND >EE IT.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS
SOLD BY US AT PRICES TO SUIT
I. J. SCOTT & 0O.
Newberry, S. C.
FIRE, CYCLONES AND
WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY
Vinform the public that we are pre
pared to insure property against loss by
Fire, Cyclones and Tornades
g*Your patronage is solicited.
BURTON & WILSON, Agents.
Newberry, S. C.
SHO CKL EY BROS.,
signed has fitted
up a new Wood
- - Work Shop on
corner of |Har
rington and Mc
and is prepared to make
ESIMAYES OK BUILDINS,
And Any Kind of Wood Work,
-A SPECIALTY OF
AND ALL KINDS OF SCROLL
ON HAND AND FOR SALE
LUMBER, DRESSED OR ROUGH.
IN FACT ANYTHING IN MY LINE
ON SH ORT NOTICE.
SATISFACTIOH GrTAR AKTEED.
GIVE US A CALL.
SH OCKLEY BROS..
Car. Harrington & McKibben St.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
52During my absence Mr. Robley
Bruce will have charge.
AITTORNEYS AT LAW
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Office on Law Range.
Iiclsnesandses afbeutc heha.I
~.e crslsh5OT GTy
live 3000 miles away. Write us.
0 C,,l183 Tremont St,Boston.
?ED cRow DiAmoND BRAND
hee the S at and maefiforwste.
p4e Cl=o ing and Gold metall i
umher k1sd& B4fi- Sub.sQudso- ed I-Udios
you. doDgU not, t t imruist Co
.andI tink ou'L.d.. slr b rcvnce tat
CHICHES aR OnAt in secrin
DO YOU KNOW
Where the largest and most corn
plete Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
House in South Carolina is located? I
youdo not, the next time you visit Co
lumibia give me a little friendly call,
and I think you'll be convinced thai
mine is the place. This season I havc
been unusually fortunate in securi
bargains, and ou'll find the larges
stock and nobbiest style in Fall an
Winter Cloithin ever shown in tgjE
State. The prices will astonish, becaus
this is exclusively a Gents' Cothin
and Furnishing Store, and buying hi
large quantities I get the average
lower prices than can be had by thos
carrying mixed stocks.
In bos Clothing you'll certainly I
pleased with the stock I am showing
this season. It contains a stock of arn
own careful selection, and is so exten
sive and varied that you'll find ever
thing necessary and desirable. In ad.
dition to Clothing, I have Boys' . ur
nishingq, Hats and Shoes, making tbi.,
a complete outfitting depot!
IIn Underwear I have exclusive sW(
in Columbia of Dr. Jeager's celebrat
Sanitary Woolen System and also oi
Dr. Warner's well known Sanitar5
Woolen System. These goods are re
WIITH EVERYTHING COM
cm plete in my Underlaking De
ment, I am prepared to give promp
and careful attention to all orders.
have always on hand a large selectiom
of Caskets, Coffins, Burial Robes, etc.
Calls answered at all hours night anc
day. ROBT. T. CALDWELL.
WI) ES, LIUORS,
BAN KI oTiIET
B.TE Y MOF'G.ICO
Farms to Rent.
W E WILL RENT FOR THI
year 1892 the following lands
belonging to the estate of F. H. Domi.
nick, deceased: The Jim Hill Place,
Rook Place,Capt. Griff Williams Place,
Hensor Place, Butler Place, Eddy
Place and Williams Place.
Applications will be received at any
time for the whole or a part of any of
the tracts. Tenants are desired whc
can run themse Lve.DO NIK
T HOS. M. NEEL,
GEO. B. CROMER,
INE SHOW OASES.
.M"Ask for catalogue.
TER RY M'F'G CO., NABHvILLE, TEN.'
TH UNION CETA
Is one of the Standard Companies (
the United States. The best Policy
written is by this Company. Call and~
M. L. BONHAM,
State Agent South Carolina,
Office in Bear Central National Ilan.
CDLUMBIA, S. C.
ISeptemiber 23, 1891. }
TOTICE IS HEBEBY GIVEN~
Ithat the report of the Board of
Assessors of real estate of town of New
berry, S. C., for taxation for flacal year
ending 31st March, 1892, is this day filed
for the inspection of those interested.
Said report will be on file for 3'Jdays.
All applications for reductions of as.
sesients must be f',ed before 24th of
,.By order J.5S. FAIR,
C'erk of Connit
ICH3ON.D AND DAN,VILLE RAIL
IR ROAD COMPANY.
COLUMBIA /ND GREexVILE DsTrec.
CondensedSchedule-In eflect July 5 lbs).
(Trairs ran by'75th MrIdl,a tm
. NO.No. No
WES;T8TpOUD. 13.& 13. .17. 7- 9.
A V:Ak M A M; P M i.
Lv Charleton .......) 5 :..
j 6 40 6(1) ......'. ..... . .......
Lv ColuL i.. 1 I 10 1 W ........ 6 00.
Ar Spartanburg ...... ....... 1 35...... .
Tr.-- ri.................. ........ 3 (,,.._... .. I...... .......
Saluda ................ 3 4. ......
Flat Rock............ 4 09!.
Henderson .................. 4 22..
Asheville .................... 5 17 . ... .
Hot Springs. ....... 6 46:....... .. .....
Lv Paint "ock. 6 .A .......-. ......
or to7 .........
Knoxville ........ ... ........ 9 10 ....... .
i A M i
Ar Cincinnati..........I........ - 00 ........ .......
1.v Prosperity.. ....12 ...... 8 5 728........
A M P 11 ...... -
Newberry... 9 40 12 57, ...9 07 45......
Clinton....... 10 ....... ........
Ar Lnurens .......10 55' ..... ...... ....... 9 45......
Ar Ninety-Six ......... 2 .5 ...... ....... .......
Lv Ninety-Six......... 2 3.. 10 2) ...
Greenwood. 2 56 .. 45.
Ar Abbevi'le . .. ...... 4 00 ....... 1 .
Lv A bbeville.... ...... 4 10 . . 12 15. .
Lv Belton. . ........ 4 20 1225
Pelzer...... ... ......1 4 42 .. ... 12.53
Piedmont. 5 0o . 110
Ar Greenville......i 5 401 . 145
Anderson_.... 5 481. 12 50
Pendleton..........., 6 40 . .....
seneca........... 7 25 ...... -....
Lv Seneca.. 7 55 ............... ....... ...
Ar Walhal.....:... 825 .
EASTBOUND. NO NoiNa. No. No.
S16. 1. 18. 10.
AM PM PM AMPX
Lv Walhalla......- 9 45 ...
1eneca......... 10 17 .... ... . .
Pendleton. ......... 10 55 .......
Andersop _.........1113 ... .... ..
Greenvilke....... -7 T0....a........35
Piedimont......- 11 5 . 411
Pelzer.-............ 11 52 428
Ar Belton................ 12 2....... 4 00...... 506
Ar Abbeville............ 12 2: ........ 5 00
Lv Abbeville............ 12 35 .... 5 10..
Green'Wood-.-.. 1 43....16 22..... ...
Ar Ninety-Six........' 205....
Lv Ninety-Six P M 2 25 .......6
Laurens..-.. 5 15 ........ .... 620
Clinton.. ... 6 00 ...... .....
Ar Newberry.. 8 40 3 4 .... 8 0018 05.
Lv Prosperity........ 4 00 ....... 8 16 8 1.
Lv Cincinnati .. 800........ ..... .....
Knoxvllee. 8 15......................
Morristown......... 9 25 .........
Paint Rock........ ...... 11755 ....... .....
Hot Springs...... 12 2S .
Asheville...... .. 2.T0... ........ ........ -
Hexdersonville. ...... 31........
Flat Roc.............. 316.
Sal da ................. 3 41 .... ..--....
Tryon ......... ...... 4 17E... ..
? ai an burg... .... 5 3DI............
Ar .. . . ...... 63 291...- ...... .
Ar Columbia.......... 5 301 8 50. 9 401......
Charleston. 9 30112 501 .. .....
Trains 7. 8. 9, 10. 14 14, 17, 18, 42, 43,
except Sun5lay. ..Pullman Sleeper on T.ans
15 and 16 between Charleston and Cincinnati,
Ohio, via Atlantic Coast Lite, Columbia,
Ar beville, Paint Roc -Morristown. Knox
ville, Jelico and JuncEfon t Ity.
J. A. DODSON. Superintendent.
W. H. GREEM. General Manager.
JAS. L. TAYIA)R, tien'lPas. Ageist.
D. CA ',DW ELL. Div. Pass. Ast.
ENJ R. R.
Operated by D. H. Chamberlain, Receiver
for S. C. Railway Co.
CHARLESTOn, S. C.. ' Sept. 20, 1891.
Commencing this day the following sched
ule will be in effect:
WEST BOUND (Daily) FRIGUT
Lv Columbia............. 3 5, p m 8 c am
Saluda ................ 4 00 p m 9 00 am
Leapharts.............. 4 )0 p m V 25 am
Irmo...................... 4 :9 p n 10 00 am
Chapins................ 4 47 pm 11 00 am
Litt e Mountain... 8 01 p m It 25 am
Pro$. rity.. . .... 319pm 1 i5 pm
Ne erry ........0 353 p m 32 2V p:m1
Ar Clinton........ 6 35 p m 2 10 pm
PASS'R PASS'E a
EAST BOUND. (Daily) FRMGHT
Ar Columola............-11 CS am 7 40 pm
Leapharts........1050 am 7 15p m
Irmo..........:.0 4a m 6 55p m
Chapins.........10 13 am 5 55p m -
Little Mountain..... 9 9 am 5320p m
Prosperity.....941 a m 4 45 p m
Lv New berry.......9 2,aam 410 p m
[Lv Clinton............ 8 25 am 2 25,p m
Passenger andA freight daily except Sunday.
Connections at Columbia with S. C. Railway
to and from Charleston, Augsaand the
IWest, and for the Northan.d ' via the S.
C. R'y and Clyde Steamships. At Clinton
with Gi. C. and N. Railway to Abbeville and
For further information apply to
E. S. MorrE, Agent Sewberry. .3
C. M. WAuED E. P., AERJI(. .
Gen'l Manager, Act'gGen'1 Pass. Agent..
c.ommencing Sunday, Sept 20, 1891., at 2.66
P. M.Passenger Trains will run as follows un
tiU furthr notice "Eastern Time":
TO0 AIN D. FROM CHA R T FTON.
DepartColumbia 650 am 55pm 9 00p m
Due Charleston115Sam 10 16pm 1250am m
Depart Charleston.5 0a m 8.00 pm 5.O0Opn'
Due Columbia...9 35 am ~s50 an. 10 10 pm
TO AND FROM CA MDEN.
Depart Columbia...... 8 00 a m
-Due Camden............. 10 5p m
Depart Camden......... 5 00 p m
Due Columbia......... 7 80 p m
TO AND F?tOM AUGUSTA.
Depat Columbia,............ 8 o0am...... 55p m
Depart Augusta ...............800Oa m...... 4320p m
DueColmbi.............. .....0!15p m
Made at Union Depot, Columbia, with Colum
bia and Greenville Division R. & D. R. R. to
antd from Greenville and Walhalla by train J
arriving at9.50 a. mn.and leavln Columbia at
55p. m.; with Spatnurg, nion and Co.
lunibla Division B.& D. R. R. to and fu-om
Asheville,Hot Springs andCincinnatl by train
arrivin~g at 950 a. in. and leaving Columbia at
9.50 p. mn.; with Charlotte. Columbia and Au
gusta Division R. & D. R. R. by train arriving
Iat Columbla at 8.50 a.m. and 10 10 n. ra.. and
leavin Columbia at 6.50 a. m. and 6.SC p. mn.
At Chaleston with stesn.era, for New York.
Monday, Wednesday andFriday with steamer
for Jaca sonville and ponts on the St. John's
River;-also with Charetn and Savannah
Railroad to and from Savannah and at
points in Florida.
At AugustawithGeorgia and Central Rail
roads to and from all points West and South.
At Blackville to and from points on isarnwell
Bailroad. Through tickets can be purchased
to all pints South and West, by applyngt
RL.SFAY, U, T. A., Columbia.
C. M. WARD. General Manager.
- .?. WARING, Act'r Gen. Pass Ag't.
ATL ANTIC COAST LINE.
A Wilmto. N..Sept,20 181
IBetween Charleston and Columbia and Uppe
-South Carolina and Wester.i
CONDENSE1b SCH EDULE.
GoIKo WasT,. G Ea
No- 14. No. 52. No. 5.No.49.
tp m *a m 5am ta m
5 18 6 60 Lv....Charleston..Ar. 1250 11 to
7 10 7 20 " ...Lanes............ " 11 17 9.90
8 35 8 40 " ...8umter......" 10 07 8 10
10 00 9.) Ar....Columbia...Lv. 9 0 7 10
pm....44 ...Wnnsboro... " 4 23....
...... 5'~ " ...Chester.........." 3 25 ....
..... 6 59 " ...Yorkville..." 1 40 ..
.... 8 17 " ...Lancaster..." 8 20...
.... 61.5 ...Rock Hill..." 2 45...
... 710 " ...Charlotte.... 1 55..
p m p m
...... 12 57 Ar..Newberry ...Lv 342 .......
.... 256 "...Greenwood.. " 1 43 .......
....... .4 "...Laurens....." 6 20 ..
a.... 5 i "...Anderson..... " i1 38...
...... ? M "...Green ville... " 11 05 ..
....400 "...A bbeville..... " 12 35..
.... 15-> "..Sartan burg " 5 30......
.... 422 " ..Hendersonvil7le " 2 52...
....517 "...Asheville... " 20 ..
Solid trains betweenCharleston and Columr
bia, S. C. T. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
H. WALTERS, Gen'l Manager.
Every Machin has a
drop' leaf, fancy cover~,
two large dr:awers, with nickel rings, and fou
set of Attachmnents, equal to any Singer Ma
chine sold from $40 to $60 bIyCanvssSs,
The High Arm Machine has a self-setting nee
die and self-threading shuttle, A trial in yur
home before payment is asked. Buy direct of
the Manufacturers and save agents' profits bo.
2ides getting certificates of warrantee for fre
years. Send for machine with name of a business
man as reference and we will ship oneat onc.
Co-Operative Sewing laciMae Cs.
269 S. IIthSt, Phi 'lpna Pa.
U.-WE PAY THE PEU!G4?RT I