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=EVERY THURSDAY AT
ITEWBERRY. S. C.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
DISCOVERIES IN ALASKA.
Schwatka's Survey Unearths Many Newl
Facts Concerning the Country.
VICTORIA, B. C., Oct.11, 1891.-Lieu
tenant Schwartka-and Dr. Hayes, of
the Geological Survey of Washington,
D.C., give interesting details of their
Alaskan trip. Their expedition was
full of narrow escapes and hardships,
and twice both leaders were nearly
drowned. A large number of new
mountains were discovered, several of
which will rank among the highest in
North America. Seven hundred and
fifty miles of a totally new countr'
were opened up. The passage of the
range of St. Elias Mounrains took five
days, and is the first record of white
men having accomplished the feat.
One magnificent peak, nearly sixteen
thousand feet high, was named Powell
Peak after Major Powell, of the geolog
Dr. Hayes has brought magnificent
specimens of a foscilliferous crystalline
marble which resembles the famous
Tennessee marble, only much hand
somer. Whcle ranges of this stone
were discovered. Many copper crys
talline rock specimens were also brought
down. The specimens of flora consist
mostly of mosses, over a hundred va
rieties of which were discovered. Vege
tation was reported very scarce, the
trees being stunted and the hills cov
ered thickly with mosses. The largest
timber met with was along the White
River and was only fourteen inches
The most remarkable feature of the
whole trip was the depo,sits of volcanic
ashes met with, which spread all over
the country two or three inches thick
under one foot of earth. Near St. Elias
it was one hundred feet thick and the
travellers sank in at every step. It
resembles fine powdery pumice stone,
and proves that in prehistoric times
feIrful eruptions must have occurred
in the St. Elias ranges.
The discoveries dissolve the theory
that a great ice belt extends from St.
Elias to the Arctic circle. Schwatka
has now definitely fixed its limit as
forty miles above these ranges, the
country beyond that being in several
months of the year quite free from ice
and snow. The warmest weather ex
perienced during the trip was 87 de
g~rees, and no frost was encountered till
Copper River was reached.
At Fort Selkirk seven men, four from
* New York, and the rest from New
Hampshire, were discovered on a
small farm where all kinds of vegeta
bles were growing freely. The party
met multitudes of caribon, moose and
bear, as well as numerous birds, but
no new kinds. From Fort Selkirk
Lieutenant Schwatka hired a band of
Indians to help them 'across the un
known country to the foot of the St.
Elias ranges. When the Indians got
in sight of the mountains they warned
the party that they would never return
alive if they attempted to cross the
ranges. When they took no heed of
the warning the Indians left them, and
the journey was made by Schivatka,
Hayes and a white hunter. At the
conclusion they were nearly bare of
clothing and shoes.
The most hazardous part of the trip
. a the passage through what will
now be known as the greatest canyon
in North America. For seven miles
the party went in small canoes through
the fearful torrent. Dr. Hayes was
-thrown out twice and only the narrow
ness of the canyon saved his life. It
took less than eighteen minates to go
HAD NEVER SEEN WHITE MXEN.
On emerging from the canyon into
daylight they were surrounded by a
large tribe of in'ip.ns, who had never
seen white men before. They f:>und
the Indians very timid and iaghtened.
They were puny in stature, but had
remarkably fine features and were in
telligent looking. They were the only
tribe found in the unexplored country
that had an unexplored habitation.I
Among one wild tribe Schwatka found
a white man who had lived among
them for twenty-six years. He had
forgotten his native language and was'
completely savage, but kept the In- '
diaus from attacking the exploring i
party. He could only say a few words, s
from which Schwatka gathered that a
he was a Spaniard and a bout fifty-five
years of age. It was the first time het
had seen whbites for twenty-one years.
Both Hayes and Schwatka de-eribe
the exploration as a complete success
from every standpoint. The photor
graphs alone will form a magnificent "
collection. Over seven hundred were
When reforms concern human life
- they cannot come too soon.--Mrs.
What this wvicked world wants is not
so mucet an increase of gospel preach
ing as of gospel practice.-Theodore L.
Cuyler, D. D.
The gentle and the noble alone can
carry blessing or cast out evil. It is in
proportion as we are faithful, humble,
industrious, single hearted and gentle
that we can do good.-Octavia Hill.
A Sad Awakening!
"When in the dark, on thy soft hand
Ard heard the tempting syren of thy
What flames-what darts-what an
guish I endured,
But when the candle entered--I was
Such complexions as so many of our
young ladies possess-dull, pimply, and
covered with sores and blackbeads, is
enough to cool the ardor of thbe warmest
lover. To such young ladies we would
say, that you can never have a soft,
fair. smooth, attractive, kis.aNe com
plexion, unless your blood is healthy
and pure for the condition of the blood 5
decides the complexion. Dr. Pierce's re
Golden Medical Discovery will purify Wc*
your blood, tone up your system, an~d
drive away those distressiug headaches --
and backache, from which you sufferr
periodically, and give you a conmplexion
Borrowed H . OUR OWN
6tranger (to Bridget, scrubbing-f-State
front steps)-WhIle you're on your
knees, Billy, pray for me.
Bridget-Oh Lord, make this fellow i
a gintleman!-Harper's Bazar. r
TOTAL ABSTINENCE DESTRED.
Captain Crusier:-"So yu-r son a t
little dissipated-eh?" t
Anxious mother: "Oh, very, captain,
very. What can I do with him?" t
Captain Crusier:-"Leave him to me. i
We sail from Liverpool for San Fran- (
cisco next week and won't touch port (
for some weekF."
Anxious mother: "But, captain,
don't you think brandy or any other
spirit is just as bad as p-ort for my
EASY WORK. 1
"We've got to economize, Mlaud,"
said Benry. "It is absolutely necessa- Z
"Very well,"returned Maud, "Ishall
give up your cigars."
"And I willdo without afall bonnet,"
said Henry.-Harper's Bazar.
Teacher-Who helped you with this
Teacher-Now tell me the truth! Did
not your brother?
Pupil-No, sir; he did it all himself.
A RIGHTEOUS DEAL.
"But," said the hotel keeper to the
striking waiters, "you get precise!y the
same food that we serve to the guests."
"Yes," replied the leader, "that's
what we are kicking about."-Sun.
Mamma-Dear me! You've got your
clothes all covered with whitewasb.
Little Son-No, ma, it isn't white
wash, 'deed it isn't. It's only paint.
"I often heard you say you wouldn't
marry the best man in the world," re
marked Gazzam to his wife, teasingly.
"Well, I didn't!" snapped Mrs. Gaz
"Your husband," said the caller,
symp.thisingly, "was a man of many
"Yes," sighed the widow. "He was
a good man. Everybody says so. I
wasn't much acquainted with him
myself. He belonged to six lodges."
A teacher in a west side public school
was astonished recently by the sentence
which one of her scholars gave her with
the word "effervesces" in it. When
the class assembled and Miss -
called for the sentences, one bright eyed
little girl arose and quickly announced
her sentence as follows:-"My father
effervesces every day."
Teacher (in graded school, explain
ing law of gravitation by tossing up an
apple)-Why does the apple fall?
Boy in the 1st grade-I think it is
because somebody don't catch it!
MHave you noticed that you have a
few men in every community who
never do an honest day's work from
one year's end to another? Do you ~
know how they get their living? A ~
great portion of these men try to make
the common herd believe they have ~
different blood from ordinary mortals, I
when if their antecedents are looked up ~
you will, without exception, find that 1
whiskey selling, robbing the poor by (
high rents, stealing from them by
taking uiilawful interest, or selling
necessary every day articles at enor- o
mous prices, has been the way they t
have made their blood rich. The loafer ~
thsat lives off the sweat and blood of c
the unfortunate honest man is ten
imes more criminal in the eyes 'of
aeaven tban the victim of inborn ap
petite who may steal a loaf of bread or
i peck of potatoes. May the time se. n
some when every man who will not
ollow some business that is useful,
ieedful and l:eneficial to society shall
>e compelled to work in the ditch
dongside of honest men! Every banker,
:urbstone broker, saloon keeper, land
ord and keeper of houses of prostitu
ion belong to this class, and are the1
trones and thieves who live off an dj
ap out the lives of honest labor, andL
0o one of them is any better or should
e more respected than another. Petty c
tealing is their business, feeding the
petites and lusts of their victims*
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoraj
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VICTORY FOR THE REFORMERs.
John F. Ficken Nominated for Mayor of
Chareston-His Majority AboutTwo
Tile Russians anu .d vij&ese are
ehind the rest of the civilized world
i many things, but bell-founding is
.ot among the number, for the bells
auufactured by both nations are not
nly the largest, but among the best of
hose made by any nation. It is said
hat before the great fire by which
apoleon was driven out of Moscow
here were in the churches of that city
,706 bells, each of which exceeded 15,
00 pound-; in weight. The capital of
,hina, Pekin, i- according to Father
,e Compte, not far behind as in its tern
>les where there are seven bells, each
xceeding 120,0W0 pounds. and a great
iuniber of less size. The giaut bell of
he world is in Moscow; it is poetically
lenominated the King of Bells, and is
9 feet and 3 inches high, and its cir
umference round the rim is 0 feet
;ud 9 inches. Its weight can, of course,
nly be estimated, but, by the least
alculation, it is 443,732 pounds, and its
-alue as old metal exceeds $300,000, not
onsidering the gold and silver, of
vhich there is a considerable (juantity,
vhich enter into its composition. This
)ell, when rung required forty men to
-ing it, the clapper being swung by
neans of two long ropes, with tweuy
nen at eacb. The great bell at St.
van's, in Moscow, is forty feet and
iine inches in circumference, its thick
iess just above the rim is sixteen inches
Lnd its weight is computed at 127,830
)ounds. The bells of Pekin have been
inentioned, bu* next to them is the
,reat bell of Vienna, which weighs
0,200 pounds. After these are many
maller, yet of considerable size. A
)ell of Olmutz, Bohemia, and a hell in
louen, France, are about equal in size
,o the Vienna bell; the bell of St.
?aul's London, weighs 38,470 pounds;
he bell of Westminister7.30,350; that of
it.-Peter's, in Rome, 18,600. Several of
bese bells are sounded only on very
mportant occasions. The St. Paul
)ell, the Vienna bell and the bell of St.
[van's are tolled only at the death of
oyalty; the bell of St. Peter's tolls at
he death of a Pope. f
Always be Original.
[N. Y. World.] .
There is no such original genius as a
)andmaster as Patsy Gilmore. He
,lipsed himself again during the fun
ral procession of Gen. Sherman down
Fifth avenue. As his band was about h
>pposite the Worth monument, hav
ng been playing the "Dead March in
saul," he gave one of his mystic
signs,'and they began playing a beauti n
ul dirge, with "Marching Through
xeorgia" as its theme, especially com
)osed for the occasion. It was Gil- sl
nore who swung his musicians off a c
egimental march into "The Wedding
darch," at this same point on Fifth.
~venue, when Mr. Cleveland, then a
achelor, was reviewing a parade as
Iresident, while his future wife 0:
v'as sitting in a window of the a
~ifth Avenue Hotel. The Pres- i
dent's blushes showed that Gilmore
xad made a decided hit. It was Gil- si
nore, too, who marched through Wall
treet with his band, during one of d
he panics, on his*way to a depot, play- g
ig "Wait Till the Cloud3 Roll By ." i
It was an old tradition on the eastern ri
hore of Maryland that slaves should 4*
iave half holiday on Saturday, and ei
hat only absolutely necessary wor.k w~
hould be done in Christmas week. The
ustom spread to the whites, and it
ras not discontinued by the black's 8]
fter they were freed. The conseqluence ti
that thousands are idle on SaturdayE
fternoon, and the Christmas festivities
ist all through the week between le
bhristmas and New Year's. g
There sometimes wants only a stroke ce
f fortune to discover numberless la- tia
mnt good or bad qualities, which cc
rould otherwise have been eternally a
oncealed ; as words written with a ni
ertain liquor appear only when ap- al
ear only when applied to the fire.
hildren Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
U.5KIN DI5EA5E5 a
Physicians endorso P. P. p. as a splendid
mbination, and prescribe it with great
tisfaction for the cures of all forms and ex<
iges of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary tr
phil's, Syphilitio Bheumatism, Scrofu
is Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellings, t
tematism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
it have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
p CURES I
in Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
mnplaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
LId Head, Etc., Etc.
'.P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an ex- E
ent appetizer, building up the system t.b
adies whose systems are poisoned and that
ase blood is in an impure condition due
.R .P. 4ALARIAI pr
nenstrual irregularities are peculiarly ists,
STIRRINC UP CITADEL AFFAIRS.
So say Leading Physicians
and Druggists, and their opin
ion is indorsed by thousands
cured by it of Scrofula, Ec
zema, Erysipelas, and other
ediseases of the blood.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla has won its repu
tatlon by years of valuable service to the
:ommunity. It iv the bet."-R. S. Lang,
Druggist, 212 Merrimack st., Lowell, Mass.
Dr. W. P. Wrighr. Paw Paw Ford. Tenn.,
says: "In my practice, I invariably pre
scribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla for chronic dis
eases of the blood."
Dr. R. R. Boyle. Third and Oxford sts.,
Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "For two years
I have prescribed Ayer's Sarsaparilla in
niumerous instances, and I find it highly
effi6acious in the treatment of all disorders
Df the blood."
L. M. R6binson. Pharmacist, Sabina, 0.,
.ertifies: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla has always
been a great seller. My customers think
.here is no blood-purifier eot.al to it."
"For many years I was afflicted with
scrofulous running sores, which, at last be
:ame so bad the doctors advised amputating
)ne of my legs to save my life. I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla and soon saw an
niprovement. After using about two dozen
bottles the sores were healed. I continue to
.ake a few bottles of this medicine each
'ar, for my blood. and am no longer trou
bled with sores. I have tried other reputed
blood-purifiers, but none does so much good
as Ayer's Sarsaparilla."-D. A. Robinson,
Don't fail to get
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3old by all Druggists. Price $1; tix bottles, $5.
Curesothers, will cure you
Cape Cod Philooophy,
[Cape Cod News.]
The journallsts who leaves the press
ir the pulpit does'nt enlai ge his sphere
F usefulness, but he inay thereby in
rease his own chance of getting to
We are obliged to do niany things
iat are distasteful, but courtship is
)metbing a man can enter into with
1 his heart.
How foolish to say, "I like to hear a
kan say what he thinks." Who ever
eard a Tnan say what hedidin't thiuk?
Parachute jumping is not a business
iat tends to elevate a man.
The office that seeks the man hasn't
tuch of a salary attached to it.
Pottery dogs are a fashionable fad at
resent, and the possessor of a crockery
-t is nowbere beside the possessor of a
CurIosities About Gold.
Gold is so very tenacious that a piece
it drawn into wire one-twentieth of
2 inch in diameter will sustain- a
eight of 500 pounds without break
Its malleability is so great that a
ugle grain muay be divided into 2,000,
)) parts and a cubic inch into 9,52'3,
p9,523 parts each of which may be
istinctly seen by the naked eye. A
'ain and a half of gold may be beaten
to leaves of gold. may be beat en into
ayes of one inch square, which, if in
*rsected by parallel lines drawn at
ght angles to each other and distance
ily the one-hundredth part of an inch,
ill produce 26,000.0001 little squares,
ech of which may be distinely seen
ithout thbe aid of a glass !
The surface of any given quantity of
>ld, accord ing to the best authorities,
ay be extended by the hammer .310,
4 times. The Lhickness of the nmetal
us extendled appears to be no more
tan the 4Gr.,020th part of an incl.
ight ounces of this wonderful metal
ould gild a silver wire of sufficient
ngth to extenid entirely around the
Ayer's Pills, being convenient, effi
clous, and safe, are the best cathar
3, whether on land or sea, in city or
untry. For constipation, sick head
he, indigestion, and torpid liver, they
~ver fail. Try a box of them ; they
~ildren Cry for Pifcher's Castoria'
Sleeplessness Cured. IV
am g,lad to testify that I used Pastor Koe
:'s Nerve Tonic with the best success for
eplessness, and believe that it is a really
ast relief for suffering humanity.
Ei. FRANK, Pastor, Keylerton, P. 0., Pa.
WA LDocH, Mo., Oct. 14, '90.
Loout five years ago I became affected, through
cesive smoking, with a nervous stomach4
uble (dyspepsia). My health broke down
npletely, I lost my apetite, and in conse
mene became very weak ;I could not sleep at
and nervous sufferings and symptoms were
umerable. Four doctors, all known dyspep.
remedies and also electricity afforded me no
ef. As a last resort, just a year ago, I or
ed somo of Pastor Koenig's Nerve Tonic.
second dose relieved my pains, and after
aig only a few bottles I am entirely cured. I
~ify that Pastor Koordg's Nerve Tonic has
yen not only a great. and beneficent remedy,
alo er..tlrely harmless.
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Disease, sent free to any address,JON 01El
and poor patients can also obtain
this medicine free of charge. C
is remedy has beenuDrepared by the Reverend
or Koenig. of Fort Wayne, In~d., sinoc 1875, and
wprepared underhis direction by the
OE.IIC MED. CO., Chicago, Ill.
Id byDruggsts at S1per Bottle. 6forS5,
i1:e Size, SI.75., 6Bottles for 69.
P PS'S COCO A.
*y a thorough knowledge of the natural
which govern the operations of diges
and nutr ition, and by a careful applica
of the fine properties of well-selected
>a, MIr. Epps hax provided our break fast
es with a delictely flavored beverage
sh may save us many heavy doctor's hills.
by the judicious use oif such art icl es of d iet
a constitution may be gr adually built
ntii strong enough to resist every teu
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are Iloating; Zroundl us ready to attack
ever there is a weatk point. We may
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cily nourish,ed framne.''-Civil service
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GHTS AND SHA DOWS OF NEW TORK LI1FF.
itian woman's narraiveof Mision work done "In IUis
in ou:-h placce. revealing the " inner ife''of the ,nd.-r
of New York"' as sen by a trwoan." It describes Gropel
ni tne lumsa. and 'ves afamous detectivea30 year,,a
cems. Br Mr.. 1 elien Campbell, Col. The-. wi.
.and Iimtor The.. Byrne. (Ch ief i'- . Y'.
Ar 'Wtaaegr in,ena w. en pogiae
A arde a Diatanee 5.s no bindrance. for we Pay
fx and rTv wrIt for crenl to
DO YOU .KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Carpets, VI attings,
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS.
Mirrors, Pictures. Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy them in Augusta?
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar value for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my businessin every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consists
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 820, 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
g reat many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the nopular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No.2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either -in
banded or in combination colors
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a Iargze number of them at,
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depot for $33.00. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special 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
bole range with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stock ot cooking stores in the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Ranges 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.
100 rolls of matting 40 yds to the
roll So.7.o per roll.
1,000 Corn.'ce Poles 25cts. each.
I,000 Window Shades 3x7 teet on
spring roller and fringed at 373 cts.,
each. You ruust pay your own
Ereight on Cornice Polcs, Window
Shades and. Clocks' Now see here,
[ cannot quote you everything I
ave got in a store containing 22,600
*eet of tloor ro'm, besides its an
]txes and fa.tory in another part
>f the town. I shall be pleased to
end you anything above men
ioned, or will send my
latalogue free if you will say you
aw this advertisement in THE
HERALD AND NEws, published at
few berry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. D., or on con
ignment. I refer you to the editors
nd publishers of this naper or to
ny banking concern in Augusta,
r to the Southern Express Co., all
f whom know me personally.
L. F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
lugusta, - - Georgia,
Proprietor of Padgett's Fun
ire, Stove, and Carpet Stores.]
Factory, Harrison St.
Out of Style
fast. We shall probably never be able to
allow as much for your old square piano as
wa can now. They will soon have little
or 110 marketable value.
GET YUR jPiGHT OR GRAND NOW!
w:'n cin-ina send us tal card.
*'.'. Ci~ s.. -ued quebtlon;s about the old piano,
hild froyn anSWC.-s we can estimate its value
as lve: as if we s2aw ft.
=-Prices low for first-clas pianos.
zr(,f C tr 3 years to complete payment.
:?,-We f 11 0rders subjec t to approval.
'You acep your ol piano till you approve the i
Ivers & Pond Piani
E AHICHESrER's ENGISH,
TEORIGINAL AND GENUINE
-'Ladies, ask Drurclat for M)ehatws zn
9boxes qealed wib blue ribbon. Take no
4<.All pills in pxatebo"J boxes. pink ra
irk 20.1;rn- r arsmelars, tmci=uza
Tetmon ls. Name Paper.
bold by all Local DPrujg6st
Ask my agents for W. L. Douglas Shoes.
if not for sale in your place ask your
dealer to "end for catalogue, secure the
agency, and get thems for you.
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i ON FO
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tt Is seamless shoe, with no tacks or wax thread
to hurt the feet; made of the best fine calf, stylish
and eitsy, and because we make more shoes o thisa
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sewe shoes costing from S4.W0 to $S.W0.
Sen ane nd-ewed, the finest calf
o ever offered for 5.W; equals French
Imported shoes which cost forom $8.extto e12n.
$4o00 Hand-Sewed Welt Shoe, fine calf
h styis, omfortable and durable. The beat
shoe eer or at this price; same grade as cus
tom-maxde shoes costing from $6.00 to 4.
$3.50 Poice Shoe; Farmers. RtAlroad Men
adLetter Carriersall wearthem; finecalf
seamless, smooth Inside, heavy three soles, exten
sion edge. One pair will wear a year.
0fine cal; no better shoe ever offered at
Sr cethis price; one trial will convince those
who want a shoe for comfort and service.
$2.15 and *S2.00 Workin gman's shoes
$2* are very strong and durable. Those who
have given them a trial will wear no other make.
E30y&3 F.00 and 81.75 school shoes are
%PJJ worn by the boys everywhere; they sellI
on their merits, as the increasing sales show.
NWRR3. , .Hand-sewed se.best
Imported shoes costingfrom '.-t1)to $.0tI
adies' 2.50, 82.00 and 81.73 shoe for
Misses are the best fineDougola. Stylish and durable.
- Kaution.-See that W. L. Douglas' name and
price are stamped on the bottom of each shoe.
W.L1 DOUGLAS. Brockton. Haes
FOR SALE BY
MIUME~R & JAM IESCN.;
.NEWBERRY, S. C.
W E KEEP A GOOD LINE OF
IN STOCK ALL THE TIME AT
Our No.7 tove
For Ten Dollars
IS- HARD TO BEAT.
CALL AND SEE IT.
Illf biil blia,'
AND ALL OTHER GOODS
SOL D BY LUS A T PRICES TO SUIT
I. J. SCOTT & vo.
Newberry, S. C.
FIRE, CYCLONES ANDI
Vinform the public that we are pre
pared to insure property against loss by
Fire, Cyclones and Tornadoes.
; Your patronage is solicited.
BURTON & WILSON, Agents.
New berry, S. C.
8110CKL Er BROS.,
4 signed has fitted O
up a new Wood
-Work Shop on
corner of :Har- 7
"aringtori and Mc- -
Kibben Streets er
and is prepared to make be
ESTIMAYES ON BUmINaS, as
And Any Kind of Wood Work,m
--A SPECIALTY OF- g
BRACKETS, MOULDINGS, tb
AND ALL RINDS OF SCROLL be
ON HAND AND FCR SALE
IUMBE:R, DRESSED OR ROUGH. TI
NOVELTY WEATHERBOADING. -
N FACTrA NYTH.ING IN MY LINE
ON SHORT NOTICE.
SATZSFACT7IN G7ARAKT E ED.?
GIVE US A CALL.
SHOCKLEY BROS., Is
cor. Harrington & MtcKibben St., Or
firDuring my absence Mr. Robley
truce will have charge.
E[S NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS 3
Deposits in sumls of onie dollar and
pwvards received and interest paid on Asa
ame at the rate of four (4) per cent per her
nnm if left exceedinig ninety days. enc
Moniey loaned on easy terms on Per- for.
ma!, Real Estate ,ta' Bonds, Col- Sa'
JAM SfINTOSH, ses
R. H. WRTGHT, I 1
fl Masonic Temple,
C 0 183 Tremont St. Bcston
?ED orS DIAMOND BRAID
The only S uafe aOm w rdahle Pill ro- al.
Hoe in ,=t ou ar is lcte If
you do not, the next time you vidit Co
lumbia give me a little friendly call, I
and I think you'll he convinced that
mine is the place. This season 1 have
been unusually fortunate in securing
bargains, and you'll find the largest
stock and nobbiest style in Fall and
Winter Clothing ever shown in this
State. The prices will astonish, because t
this is exclusively a Gents' Clothing 1
and Furnishing Store, and buying in a
large quantities I get the average of a
lower prices than can be had by those a
carrying mixed stocks.
In boys' Clothing you'll certainly be v
pleased with the stock I am showing
this season. It contains a stock of my b
Swn careful selection, and is so exten- l
tive and variecd that youil find every
thing necessary and desirable. In ad- a
:ition to Clothing, I have Boys' ur
nishings, Haf s and Shoes, making t,his (
p complete outfitting depot. o
In Underwear I have &xclusive sale b
n Columbia of Dr. Jeager's celebrated
sanitary Woolen System and also of f1
Dr. Warner's well known Sanitary
Wo,olen System. These goods are re
ommended by many of the leading
Jhysicians, and you'll get them from
iseat cat alogue rices. (
M. L. KINARD, S1
120 Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
WIITH EVERYTHTNG COM
3 yplete in my Undertaking De
nent, I am prepared to give prompt
Lnd careful attention to all orders. I
ave always on hand a large selection
>f Caskets, Coffins, Burial Robes, etc.
Calls answered at all hours night and E
ROBT. T. CALDWEL L.
;IARS & TOBAGGO"
CALL AT THE D
NEW SALOON D
ON MAIN STREET.
-H NUA ETN OF iro
- wilb.edo hrdy oe-t
Ils aconsrm anson n
E O CB.r COMER,SIOerS R
NE V3R,S.O C.,Oc.3dES9. P
HE ANINA METRAG OFo
I,o une ofrth eanrd Cofaniesnd
nite tashe Cousty,wolicyave2no
ten prsene byo this oay. al specia
.mtir.edingtt.er r rqie
dpstte ae Swth Crolin, orB
paeid a henual meetina Ba..
CELUMB C,OMS. Clerk.
NRYM'' OTICAHVE. TEPI
CoUNO L CNH A3IES ) f
IFE ISu HEBEB GOIV EN mo
on ofa the Sardpr ompniesBar ofa
Uiedsr ofraState The besn olic ew de
ry, S b.,fo taais opny fofall ya d
tte nset othoseroineesed By
Iel applicanfr C er etionsa s Bar
September1. - 1sho
ry, S.rde r taato for FAIR,a yer o'
theinspctionro toe ioncisle. pu
Has it ever occurred to 'you that, in
electing a company in which to tiassure
rour life, there are three points which,
f correctly ascertained, will determine
)eyond all question the best company
or you to choose ?
Here they are:
I. SAFETY (or Strength) is all impor
ant: for an insurance contract is either en
ercd into for a long period of years or for life
It the case of an insurance company (as
rith an individual or with any other business
rganization), strength is determined by the
,MOuntof assets OVER AND ABOVE ALL XI.A
LTIEs: or, in other words, by the Surplus
A. the surplus of the Equitabie Life Assur
nce Society of the United.States on De-.
Ist, 1b9J, amounted to Twenty-three andThree
,ater Xillins (a sum many millions In
xcess of tbie surplus held by any other life
ompany in the world), and as therq=tabi's
Ltio of assets to liabilities is 125 per cent.,
e., $125 to meet each $100 of indebtednM (a
ercentage greatly in excess of that of any
the: leading company), the question of
reatest safety must be decided in favor of
LABILITIES (Ipercent) 95,593,297
2. CONTRACT (or Policy).-This deter
iines your rights and privileges. The Free
'ontine policy and application of the Equi
Lble is free from any and all restrictions
fter one ycar, is absolutely incontestable
fter two years, gives a choice of six methods
f settlement at the end of the stated period,
rid is payable immediately on receipt of
rooft of death. Cnmpaie this with the
olicy of any other company, and the
erdit,t will necessarily be in favor of the
3. RESULTS--The settlements that are
eing made on the twenty-year Tontine pol
ies (of the Equitab:e Society, maturing in
;91, show a cash return to the policy-holder
i=self, IN ADDITION to the protection ftr
ishe4 by the lie assurnce fcr twenty years,
f all the premiums paid, with interest at
om 1% to 7 per cent. per annum besides
eor-ling to the kind of policy and age of
ie assured). No other company can show
ich results, and hence it is that the Equita
le's business has cutstripp d that of every
Further information will be promptly
irnished on application to
JAS. A. BURTON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Nis tR. X.
Operated by D. R. Chamberlain, Rece ver
>r S. C. Railway Co.
CHA RLEsTON, S. C.. ?ept. 2, 1891.
Commencing this day the following sched
le will be in effect:
PAS'I PAR &
/EST BOUND -(Daily) EGU
v Coluimbia...........3Z2.pi m oa
Saluida-............. 4 0 pw 90a
Leaphart.......... 4 30pm m 2a
lrnio.............-4A:9 p 100a
Chapins............. 447 pi 11m
Little Mlountain... 3 01 pm m 25a
Prosperity-........3 19 p 11p
PA5R PASs'R a
AS ON. (al) FREIGHT
rCokmla...--J Sa 9 2540.m
Lea~ha1s-.....OSOm 10p m
Chapis- -113am 556pm
r Cliron............ 65am 2105pm
.asre n rlh daily'excpudy
ASTclOND.a (Dlmbawithly) ila
an fColm a.......1 Au andth
.itm G................0 4layt Abbvl n
Forosp~ter inform........n4 apl to
E. SNeiTxAgn, eberry..... ...92
M. WRD,E. .. Ass'E
lie'lMange, At'Gen1 as eGt
OUTh CAOLLtA AIJ.W 7 40Op.
7omnigSna,Sp 0 15 at 2.5
ieClia.ri.............' 8 25pa m l2 4 pm
Pasrgr Wndfesgt dailyecptsndy
euncisat 9olm witha 1.010Ralwa
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Es, ansfrtNot (ayd '-tvateS
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pra pints. 50p
T. E.D S.MrE AUgnSTA.ery
OUTmt C astIN (DAI): CO
purtheCotmice "Eatern0Tme":. 55n
e atUColumb pt,aCou.... with 5 a1 10um p m
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pWnart9 a.nanleig Columbia....at0
p Sou w t Dartnly, nonad:o
evna 5 .m n evn Colunbia....... 7t
Pp.r;t ihhrlte Columbia.......650m... an5 pAu,
partlugus.t&ia...........8 0 p ..... andp
ten Coumba..........d ..155 p
.deartU2on wipt stelumi, worthe Coum
6 ndy GrednveDyniv dayowR.hsD.eRaRt
dac froGnville and ontaohel by. traina
re- also. with Carltnanbur. Sanaonan Co
nia Divso .D.R to and from Svna n t
bevleot aSrmaprints Ws and naoubyth.i
Llvins th9 .m and lestingyCapplyiagt
. m. with. Charltt, Columbia.ad u
C.a Miio WR.D. eRl R.bytanaerrin
olum b:aR1at 8.30'a m. and P0ass. mg..n
Evryr lowthCalso ahn San
lrato dfro lea,anah covert
lAgdraw,withGeoricklas and trlRal
df tachdfrom eal osW an South M.
Blcvid fo $40 from po6nt by Cansels.
11g nahi hanWst by aplfing eo
andM s WftrARD, shuttlal AManr.
L Efore ARyG,A'entiase. Buys dig't.o
as reerer.cedaop ileaf,on fancer,
largedrawies Swin nic ins , fl
Sf Atthmet, equida, a.ySne a
:HighEAr:n Mahne had asefstn Cnee
,hansefthrenaden suttoe. to ra nu
Manftters oAdnsraents' proith e
ts oftoing brtifis deearned:ofv
us. Send for m ingueawithe ofakinesd
~asefere ceand whey bel shpand atnce
eoheldrativ ewingerry Co. os,
he 4th day., Phiepib, a. 1 ate
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?.Fh aeL suit to.mP toN ran