Newspaper Page Text
JYEW BERRY. S. C.
Marvelously rich in illustrations and
text is the fiftieth anniversary number
of the Amcrican Agriculturist for Jan
uary. It contains no less than 15" illus
trations engraved especially for it.
Most of the leading authorities in
Ameiican and foreign agriculture are
among its contributors, including J. R.
Dodge, the government statistician,
President Berckmans of the American
Pomological Society, T. V. Munson,
the grape expert; Dr. Jenkins, of the
Connecticut Experiment Station; Geo.
A. Martin, the authority on horses and
cattle; A. B. Allen, the founder of the
magazine; Henry Stewart, I. S. Har
din, Midy Morgan, William Falconer,
C. L. Allen, Prof. L. R. Taft, Prof. J.
L. Budd, H. S. Babcock, P. H. Jacobs,
Dr. B. D. Halsted. Dr. H. W. Wiley,
Joseph Harris, George Ellwanger, Dr.
C.V. Riley, Clarissa Potter, Jessie Ben
ton Fremont and many others. It
gives a remarkable statistical epitome
of the present situation of American
agriculture and the figures to show its
apparently brilliant future. A compre
hensive sta!.istical review of the cotton
trade and crop for fifty years and of
our live stock and principal cereal crops
is also given. The list is given of all
the live stock breeders' associations of
the world that preserve a registry for
recording ?edigrees, which is as com
plete for Europe as for the United
States, and is alone worth many times
the fifteen cents charged for a single
copy, or $1.50 per year.
If you are anxious to learn to read
and speak French, you should have the
splendid article "French Without a
Master." by Prof. A. de Rougemont of
Chautauqua University, published in
Demorest's Family Magazine for Feb
ruary. With the deiluite and prac
tical instructionv given in it, oue
cannot fail to acquire an accurate
knowledge of French *a an astonish
ingly short time. But this is not the
only attraction of this superb number
of this typical Family Magazine. The
numerous illustrations, including a
lovely phototiat of Cupid and Psyche,
are simply splendid; the stories are of
exceptional merit; At the Home of a
Florida Cracker, handsomely illustrat
ed, will interes evervbody; The Home
of a Specialist, with numerous illustra
tions, furnishes practical and artistic
ideas for building and furnishing a
home;- and A Small Garden, and What
it Produced, gives just the information
needed by those who have little ground
and yet like fresh vegetables. :100 a
year. Published by W. Jennings Dem
orest, 15 E. 14th Street, New York
However careful we may be in obey
ing the rules of grammar and pronun
ciation, however punctillious we may
be in conforming to all the demands of
courtesy, we of the South inevitably
come to it. We may begin the winter
with carefully arranged formulas-"Be
good enough :o'close the door"-"oblige
me by shutting the door"-"shult the
door if you please"-with voices modu
lated according to the demands of good
breeding. Before the glad harbingers
of spring have begun to peer timidly
from the bleak, brown earth, to flutter
upon the branches, to throw mantles
of delicate green about the bare limbs
of the trees or to blow upon us softly
from the Soumb, we have always reach
ed the abbreviated form represented by
tbe sirange device at the head of this
article, with the accomnpanying'excla
mation poin,. Unhappily, many of us
learn to incorporate a pretix or addi
tion which would mnake the injunction,
reported stenographically, appear as
"dam mitshethatdo!" or "shethatdo
dammnit!" but this is not invariable.
The views of the - verage Afro
American servitor on the subject of
doors would be interesting and in
structive if they could be obtained in
intelligible form and appropriat .y
elaborated. There may be among our
fellowv citizens of that race, of both
sexes, an inherited tendency to regard
the door as a contrivance for ventila
tiou and light as well as for egress and
ingress, for in the endless summer of
Africa the door is merely a hole in the
wall and performs the functions of
windows and chimney. Or it may be
that the mind of our brother or sister
in black, by a beautifully simple pro
cess of logical reasoning, grasps the
idea that if the door is closed it must
be presently opened again, involving a
waste of force which is most etisily
avoided by never closing it at all.
Whatever the cause or motive or
purpose may be, it is certain that in
the breast of the average colored person
there is an ineradicable hostility to
closing of doors in the residences of
white persons and that fact must be
taken into special consideration in
these days of grip and intluenza. No
statistics of the number of illnesses and
deaths caused by doors left open have
ever been prepared, but they ought to
be as illustrative of the mortuary re
sults of local-and racial te,idencies. W\e
build our houses as snugly as wve can,
lay in great stores of fuel and look for
ward, each recurring winter, to a sea
son of wvarmith and comfort and deli
anee of cold winds and icy blasts. Each
recurring winter. from November to
March the process of leaving the door
open goes on. The inte!!igent Afro
Ameriean will with profuse putting
and infinite pains build a fire supposed
to be for the puro)se of ditlusing its
genial heat and making a room comn
fortable amti then withdnraw, carefully
leaving the door spread wide andi the
incipient b!aze to main tainl an unequal
contest agrainist the chilled air of the en
tire con?tineniit of North Amperica. Ifa
any of us have shut ourselves in and
by patience and liglhtwood raised the
tempberature to an endurable degzree
there will preseutly enter on someli in
scrutable mission a descendant of H amu
who will do nothing viibe leave no
evidence of his or her presence bu: a I
door ajar. Thrm: it will comec rush
ing a stream' of chills hiaving. muithe
s ime e:leet on t'i lIuma:: b:wk :as the
"t o(.s froln 11cill"n to 11;"ght, from
autunn to spri:g until half the tine it
i. a t-,ss up whicb side of the opetj door
we h,-d better be-inside where the
warmth of .ne side of the body only
emphasizes the discomfort of the other
and where smoke flurries afflict the
eyes. or outside where we can freeze to
death all over at once comfortably and
decently and be done with it.
Therefore is it that probably the first
sound to strike upon the ear of the
Southern white child is the stern cow
rjand "shethatdo!" and the same fa
miliar phrase accompanies him in the
hour of death. It becomes autoatic
with us. Probably most of us say, it in
our sleep when a draft or a blast of air
obtrudes itself upon our unconEcious
ness. We say it at our homes and in
our offices and stores, before we :-ise in
the morning and after we have com
posed ourselves at night-for the per
nicious power of example iF mar ifested
and white children and grown people
acquire from the other race the door
disease. Even those of us v'ho are
most frequent and emphatic wilh "she
tbatdo!" go through those portals leav-.
ing them wide open. If those of us
who reach the gates of heaven do not
find them ajar we %will feel homesick,
conclude that we have struck the
wrong country and depart thence
without knocking. The southern peo
ple who take the other direction, find
ing the entra nee spread wide, will, for
the moment at least, have a pleasant
sense of familiar surroundings and, no
doubt, immediately after getting in,
their first words will be-es'ecially if
the attending imps be bla'-k-"She
Eyes and Ears
have we that we may se( and hear;
trains, that we may reason and un
derstand; so there's little excuse for
much of the suffering that is tolerated.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is fast becoming the one recognized
remedy for all diseases resulting from
thin, impure and impoverished blood.
Indigestion and dyspepsia, scrofulous
affections, liver and kidney diseases,
sores and swellings, catarrh and con
sumption, are blood affections. With
purified enriched and vitalized blood,
they flee as darkness before the light !
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
is the only guaranteed blood-purifier
and liver invigorator. Sold on trial!
Money promptly returned, if it doesn't
benefit or cure.
An Elephant With the Grip.
[San Francisco Examiner.]
Queen Jumbo and Baldy, the ele
phants, attracted several thousands of
people old and young, to the Park
The day was cold and lowering over
head, while the earth was damp, but
the children fondled .heir big friends
as enthusiastically as ever, and ex
pended all the small change to be had
in cori and peanuts with as much
abandon as though the sun had been
Queen Jumbo ha a bad time a little
while ago with the "thumps." When
a child suffers from chills and then be
comes fevered and has lung trouble it
is only pneumonia, but when an ele
phant suffers in the samae way the
trouble is "thumps."
Queen's huge bulk shivered and
shook and she whbined complaining
until Keeper Pett began to give her
mnedicine. The first dose was two gal
lons of whiskey with five ounces oif
quinine, and he had much trouble in
getting Queen to take it. The dose
did little good and Queen grew worse
until "thumps" were plainly to be de
Then it was a case of life and dea th,
and the keeper set to work in a hurry.
He built a big fire in the elephant
house and hung blankets close to it un
til they were very hot and then wrap
ped themi around Queen.
Another tran-put one hut:dred pounds
of strong English mustard into a barrel
and mixed it with watet, like any
other mustard plaster is made. The
mustard was then smeared on cloth
and the monstrous plaster applied to
Soon her ladyship showed signs of
uneasiness. She felt along her sides
with her trunk, stepped about con
stantly and seemed to wonder what
was the matter. As the mustard took
hold more severely Queen tried to tear
away the bandages and when jabbed by
the housekeeper's hook she began like
a steam whistle.
The plasters were left in position for
t-bree hours and then removed and
Queen again wrapped in hot blankets
and dosed with whiskey and quinine.
After a while she began to perspire, as
elephants always do, through the
trunk, and her keeper knew that she
Profits of the Louisiana Lottery.
[Judge Frank McGJloin, in the Jan
The income and outgo of the lottery
per annum are as follows:
F: e an of tick eti. !:2 draw in?,s..Ss,tOD WO
Riema inrder, represer ii ing gross prof
It is doubtless true that all ti'-kets
snued are not sold, but this does not
fleet the dishonesty of the general
rate. So the unsold tickets are placed
n the wheel with the sold, and the
omlIpany is the~ beneficiary of the
.iinitgs upon them.
The meaning of t his is, that the
~ompiany would sell tickets to) tihe
iue of S-IS,00,000 and collect the
ame: generously refund to a comipara
ively small number of winners less
han $l,00.000u, and appropriate to
hemnselvyes more than $13,Q00, H00. In
~ther words, this company takesa:
rifle more thani 4~ per cent, for thenm
eves, r. trille more han 5-1 pe cent.
or the limi-ted b;and o?f winners. Tis
s as near to an approp)riation of one
mfas these mn dared to ventutre.
Ehe daily drawings, the scheme which
feeees lhe imiserablyv poor, are cast in al
:ll n'mire dishonest mould. And it is
o ind.viduals who have been exploit
ng the pubtlic' at such a rate that the
>roor sed con-itituational onneindmnt
>rooses to leave aill d iscret iin an
n t r l over t he regulations of the
dns of drawirg and the mainner of
.hidren Cry for Pitehes Castoriai
ADVICE TO WOMEN
If you vouLd rotect yotrscf
from Painau, Profuse, Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Men
struation you m'ust use
R EG U LA TOR
CARTUtNVILLF, April26. IS3.
This will certify that two members of my
immediate fami1y, after having sutered for
years from Meistrunil Irregularity,
being treated without benat by physicians,
were at length complete!y cured b- one bottle
of Bradfled)s Female l0eaula.or. its
effect Is truly wondeful. J. W. Sra2eGE.
Boot to " WOMAN " malid FIET. which coneais
valuable lufornnat:wn v-u V_ remiMe (INVese.
BRADFiELD PE''.LA7C. CC.,
SHE WVAS MnS. 51.'SON*
A Youxng Lady Interviewed the Wife of
the A!!iance Statesman.
Two refined looking !i!vs a-:t in thi
membeis' galierv of t lie house A 1epr
sentatives picking out the various
statesmen on the floor with the aid of
a chart in the Congre!sional Directory.
A rather vociferously attired young
lady sauntered in and took a seat be
"Do tell ile where Jerry Simpsnii
is?" exelaimed the new-conier; "I have
heard so much about him."
One of the ladies pointed out the
alliance Kansan in the arena beneath.
"Oh, no, that isn't Jerry Simpson,"
protested the loud young lady coufi
dently. "I would know him, because
I've seen his pictures."
"And I have known Mr. Siiupson for
some time myself," replied the lady.
"Well, he does not seem to be such a.
bad looking man after all," the v)dif!r
ous youug lady commented, after a
careful scrutiny. "I wonder if he
brought his wife with him."
"I believe she is in the city," the
quiet lady asserted.
"I would like to see her. too. They
do say she isn't so very awful. How do
you suppose she likes all the things the
papers say about hi'" And t be faish
ionale maiden rattled away sevecal
conjectures in regard to 'Mrs. Sinip
"She doesn't ruind it," responded
the elde!ly lady.
"Do you know Mrs. Simpson, tooQ"
inquired the young sightseer.
"Very well," remarked the other se
renely. "I am Mrs. Simpson."
The following proceedings were bereft
of interest for the one in modish
array, who (lid not stand on the order
of her departure.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Physicians endorso P. P. P. as a splendid
ombination, and prescribe it with great
satisfaction for the cures of all forms and
stages of Primary, Secondary and Tertiary
Syphilis, Syphi'tie Rheumatism, serofu
ous Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellings,
Rheumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
that have resisted all treatment. Catarrh,
PPP UR ES
Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
omplaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter,
Scald Head, Etc, Ete.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonie, cnd an er.
ellent appetizer, building up the sy'stem
Ladies whose systems are poisoned and
vhose blood is in an impure condition due
P1. RALIA A
to menstrual irregularties are peculiarly
benefited by the wonderful tonic and blood
elansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
Ash, Poke foot and Potassiumn.
UPPMAN BROS., Druggists, Proprietors,
ippan's Block, SAVANNAH, GA.
s. Vitus Bal!ce Cured. VII1
Sa WA:xs, CaL. Co.. Cal., Feb. 18S3.
My by. 13 ye.r od w\as o aCectal by St.
us.1~ De: let h ldno go to -eLooi for
7oi. res,Ored hie healtb, and he is now at
eilg school a;in3CEa'EL O'CONNEL.
A Tery Ba~d Cake.u
E.wr N-:tar.xrrE. Mo.. March .SL
.: daug:er Lad epilep'=y so severe tha:, sL
d L.ave 6 or 7 f:te everv:- hours. hm:.
ai:-t:r us i:: P'a-: iioen!:; Nerve Toni
a ss5 de ''sd in 'umber, and in les'
:n t.o eekstro ta!Ingthe ist doi;neb.
tt.: se ofthi . remiedv.
e a -. Tinaie Book on Nervous
Di..:.ee s'nt free to any address.
an poor ti~et..s can ai.o obtain
Sthi's nidicin t'ree of char;;e.
Ths r,medv bas been prepar--d br the Reverend
astor Keen" of Fort ware. Ind.: s?nce 1i76, and
aow prered under his drec.o by t.he
K(OENC MED. CO., Chicago, il!!
Sold by Druggists at si per Bottle. 6 for S5.
Lare size, S1.1. G Bottles for SD.
Srelief and is an infallible
Cure for ile". Price $l. iyl
Druggist'or milj. Saimles
130.3:;4iU, .New Yorke ity.
ESS &.O,)Ok WEADt. ho.k.SES 21E&U7
WILL PA Y
IThe Freight i
DO YOU KNOW THAT Yo.
Can huy any article. o
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARIUAU'ES, CLOC'KS,
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 Augustat
I Carry E verything
you need, and can quote you prices
'that will satisfy you that I am giv
dollar value for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
I ,To introduce my business in every
I neighborhood in the quickest posi
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
trod uce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain N~o. 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. 1
bought a large number of thenm at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this tine 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 thbe latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, r
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, alfrih
Special Barmain No. 4.
Is an elegantm No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up complete for $l11.50 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 Ranges and the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire
gauze doors. I aml 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 mattinig 40 yds to the
roll S5.75 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 25cts, each.
,000 Window Shades 3x7 freet on
spring roller and fringed at :374 cts.,
each. You must pay your own
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannot quote you everytLhing 1
av'e got in a store containing 22,6~00
feet of iloor room, besides its an
n.xes and factory in another part
of the town. I shall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catadogue free if you wiil say you
sawv this advertisement in THE
HERALD AND NEws, published at
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sen t C. 0. 1)., 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 Southern Express Co., all
of whom know me personelly.
L F. PADGETT,
1110 4Xn 1112 Broadl Street,
P'r(pretor of Pad1gett'i Frm -
,:w. Stove anid (Carpot S1or.
F ,etory. Ha:rrison St
It is ma
to other mak<
00 GENUINE HANI
$ SEWED. It equals i
ported French s h o (
costing from, $8 to $12, ai
cannot be duplicated at th
00 HAND-SE WE.
$ * WELT. The finest cal
stylish, comfortable ail
durable, and the best dress sh(
in the country for the pric
same grade as cu,toi inac
shoes costing from $6 to $9.
50 POLICE SHOE, f
$ 3z* farmers, railroad niei
&c. Best calf, seamles
smooth inside, three heavy sol4
with extension edge. . One pa:
will do for a year.
$ 50 FINE CALF. .
$2 better or more servic4
able Shoe was ever o
fered at this price. One tri.
$ 25 and $2.00 WORE
$4M ING MA N'S Shoe
Equal those of oth(
makes costing from $2.50 t
$3.00, and are the best in t1
world for the price.
W. L. DOUCLAS' $1.75 BRC
CAN. The best Brogan for the price evi
placed on the market. Solid leather throng]
out, very s!rongly made, and will not rip.
SHOCKL Er BROS,
signed has fitted
up a new Wood
Work Shop on
corner of iHar-!
-Min __.rington and Mc
tnl is prepared to make
MIMATS N BUILDINS,.
And Any Kind of Wood Work,
-A SPECIALTY OF
kND ALL KINDS OF SCROLL
ON HAND AND FOR~ SALE
.'MBER, DRESSED OR ROUGH.
*FACT ANYTH ING IN MY LINE
ON SHORT NOTICE.
GIVE US A CALL.
SH OCKLEY BROS.,
or. Harrington & McKibe St,
NEWBERTRY, S. Z.
[T E WOULD RESPECTFULLY
Yinform the public that we are pre
red to insure property against loss by
e, Cyclones and( Trornadoes.
our patronage is solicited.
URTON & WILSON ,Agents.
Newberry, S. C.
'blished Weekly at One Dollar per s
V OL III. ( Whoic X0. T70.)
e!lv liksuime oI Politics: I.gislative, Judicial,
ECAL A \1C< itPLF.TE RtEP'ORT.-4 OF
I the State Legislatures.
t.rcts of P'roceedings~ in Congress-Brit ish
ar iinent-Friech Chamber of Deputies i
eonly sonne guide to. polit.ies in the
ubilscribie ait onlce. Tri:al, 10) ci a
mon1t h. a
d(rei's TO-DA Y, 5 Sornier5iet St.,
BOSTON. MAss. e
ATrE OF sOUTHl CAROLINA- ri
CONTY OF- NEWBERRY-IN i.
RORATE COURT. 11
Nt'tiee to Creditors.g
[E CREDITORS OF THE ES- ti
tate of Catherine H-. Boyce, de
et, are hereby requested to render
wr respective demnands to the .Judge
F roate for Newberry, or the under
'seId at AnIdersonI Court House inI
1 Stale. on or before the first day of
la, A . D). 189:1
A. P. .JOIINSTONE. ~
CALL T Tii
ON MAITN STR -E ET.
de of the best leather prod
t dongola tops. It is as sm
:s costing from $4 to $5- It
3est Shoe in t
S:X TAKE NO
These Sh'oes are made and
the price and name of W.
inferior articles, and carefh
This delightful Story of a
Journey from the BALTiC to thc
DANUBE Portrayed in 38 ChapterZ
:and 12 Craphic Illustrations, by
Bound in Rich Cloth,
Decorated with Cold Eagles.
FREE to Every New Subscriber to
NEW YORK OBSERVER,
the foremost Family Religious News
One book and one new subscriber,:
Two books and two new subscribers,'
SPECDIEN COPIEs FREE.
NEW YORK OBSERVER,
37 AND 38 PARK Row,
VIITH EVERYTHING CO0
plfete in my Und(ertaking De
tent, I atu preparedI to give prompt
d careful at tention to. all ordersi..
ave ai ways on hand a lairge selectilon
f Caskets, Coffins, Burial Robes, etc.
Calls answered at all hours night and
yROBT. T. CALD WELL.
Has it ever occnrred to you tlaat, in
?lecting ''. companyv in which to assure
our life, there are three poin:s whieb,
correctly ascertained, will determine
eyond all question the best conipauy
>you to choose?
Here they are:
I. AI-ETY (or S'.iei -th) is all imepor
m t: for n ninsurance o..tract is either en
eredlinto01 or a long period of yeairs or forii
in t he cas of an insurance company (a
-it h an idividual or with any o'.her business
rganizion), strength is determineld by the
moult Of assetS ovER AND ABOVE A LL LIA
ILTIs; e r, iln otther words, by the Surplus.
As the surrius of the Equitable Life Assur
ace Society of the United States on Lee.
s. 9', amlout ed to Twenty-three and Th,ee
urt ;i.Ellions (a suIm n-an:: millions in
c- of the surplus held by any other lite
>map:ny in thle worbli. anld as the Equitable's
.tio of a' sets to liabilities is 125 per cent.,
e.. $125 to meet each $100 of indebtedness (a
r-rentge greatly in excess of that oif any
1er leadinhg comipany), tile ijuestion of
reatest safety luIst be dIecided in favor of
A SSE TS..............S I 19,243,744
LIA BILITIES (1iwr cen:? 95,593,297
SUR PLUS.------- .---S23,740,447
. CONTRAC 1(or Policy).--This deter
ine your 'rights at'd privileges. The Free
ontine policy anId appii(cationl of the Equi
b1'. is flee from an y anId aill restrictions1
Ir one ear. is absolutely incontestable
tr t wo y'ear-.gives a choi ce of six miethiods
etlemnit :.'t lieen rai0 the stated pieriod,
nI i' aiabl immllediat&y onl recei pt of
-oof-. of <.Iit. Comp-are this with the
iey of any\ other -omOpanly.,1 nd th
rdit wt'l nieesarlily b.e ill favor of thie
n: n a.ce n the? t went:--year Tonin Pol-I'
is of I Ioe Equitab'e Society. mnaturingr in
l. tiw a :-ih rl-wlrm Io lte oicy-hio!der
mtelf, IN ADDITION to the protection far
shed by the life ansurae.ca for twer.'y years,
all the premiums paid, with interest at
om 2. to 7 per cent. per annum besides
(-cordi:: to the kind of p)olieran n:ilae of
te nssredt . No other compan0fy caln 5how
Kurt hr in:fornmtlIio w!! b' :' au1tly:
rtdi-hed ont apput;iP it n to
JAS, A. BU!RTON,
NlE > i;LI-Y. S. C.
ERRY MTF' C.. NASH VILLETENN.
uced in this country. It is a ca
ooth inside as a hand-sewed Shoc
is stylish, durable and comfortable
he World for the
guaranteed by the manufacturer to be i
L. DOUGLAS stamped on bottom. i
illy examine bottom of each shoe for sta
W. L. D
SA LE LN 0EI R O il 10Git
B Y AUTHORITY GIVEN UN
der an attachment !ued out by
Summer Bros. against V. Bruce Can
non, and also under authority of mort
gage given by the said W. Bruce Can- 1
non, to secure advances made for sup- a
plies, to be furnisbd by Summer Bros.
durinc the year 191, I will sell on 0
Tuesday, the second day of February,
182, on ti;c premises occupied by said
W. Bruce Cannon, within the legal
hours of sale, the following described
personal property, viz:
One Cow, white and yeow spots.I
Tvo Yearlings; also
One Thousand Pounds of Cozzon. in
Seventy-flve 'Aushels of Corn, m-ore
One Trhousa.,nd Bundle. of Fodder.
Levie"d on as the property of W.
Bruce Ca) ) 1d will be sold to sat
isfv said rn with alli costs and
WV. WV. R ISER,
Sheriff N. C.
Shrff's Ofice. Newbrry '. C.
January 1, 1902
SALE UNDER LIEN.
Y AUTBORITY GIVE N UN
Bder a lien executed to 0. Bi. P.
Fant & Son by J. Burt Neel, to secure
advances to be made in iurnishiLur sup
plies during theyear,18.51,to enable him
to cultivate his crop, I will sell, on the
p rem ises occupied by the said J. BnrtIT
Neel, on Tuesday, the second day of
February. ]892, within the legal hours
of saie, the following personal property,
Fifty Bushels Corn, more or less.
Twelve Hundred Bundles Foder N
more or less. .
Levied on as the property of J. Burt Lv.
Neel, and will be sold to satisfy said.
lien and all cost and charges.
Tez mis of Sale-Cash.95
WV. XW. RISER.
Sheii's Ollice, New berry, S. C.,
January 14, 180j2. 1s
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA14
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.~
WBEREAS, XW. B. CROME~R to'
X'hath made suit to ime to grant,11
him Letters of Admin itration of the ~il
Estate and effects of Mary M. Cloy, i'
These are, therefore, to cite and ud- n
mionish all and siLigular the kindred Ex.
and .creditors of the said Mary M. N
Cloy, deceased, that they be and
ap~ebefore me, in the Court of Pro- 9
bate,O tbe held at Newberry Court .
House, on thp 2nd day of February, u a
1892, after p' * cation hereof, at 11 11 a
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause. 121
if any they have, wvhy the said Admin- in
istration should not be granted.p
Given under my hand this 18th day i
of January, A. D. 1892. i
J. B. FELLERS. J. P. N. C. I
W XILL SELL FOR CASH, AT 14
1.public outcry, at the late residence
of Mrs. C. V. Rop)p, deceased, all of the.a
Personal property belonging to the es
tate of said deceased, on Thuu.day the1 #
21st January, 3892, consisting of Mules, 3
.Cattle. ~Iogs, WXagon, Farming imple- n:
ments, Household and Kitchen Furni
ture, &c. H ENRY B3. LINDSAY,1
Jan.4th, 1S92. Administrator. jEx.
STATE OF SOUTH CAR(>LINA,.s
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN.
John N1. Kinard, as A dministrator of 10 -z
Matthew Gray, Plaintiff, against ut .
Walter F. Gray, as Executor of Anna
Gray et al., Defendants. n i
Complaint Lo Sell Lands to Pay Debts ,y
P URSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
Court herein, all persons hiaving I'
demands against the Est ate of Matt bew Ar
(ray are hiereby required to render in E
and estabilish the same b.-for' rue on or tr
before the 19th dlay of February, A. D. .r
1s1', or be barred of their diemnd(s.
IJ. B. FELLERS,
J. P. N. ..
Ne w herry, s. C.. .Janiuary 10),19.
How L.ost ! How Regained!
Or SLF-RESEVATON.A newand only A
Gold Medsl PRIZE ESSAY on NERVOUS aniaF
PHYSICAL -DEBILiTY, EBRORS ofii
YOUTH, EXHA4USTED VITAITY, PRE- S-"
MATURE DECLINE, and all DISEASES A- '
andWEAKNESSESoTMAN. 800pes,cloth, -.
t;mati dob e d. DcipttvePopct
us with endorsements SE~3~ ND ;~
Iof the Press and voutar- rn L!Gw
testimonials of the - tree
Consultation in person or by mal. Expert treat
ment. INVIOLABLE SECRECY and CEE
he feabd Medical Insti ti, o.4 Bu$"chSt.
The Peabody 25ecdical Institute haa many Imi
tator, but no equal. - Bfera"i.
The Science of Life, or Self.Preservation, is al
teaure more valuable than gold. Read it now,
everv WEAFK and NERVOUS man, andl learn to
ie STRONG.--Hedical Revier. (Copyright:d
If Shoe, made
It is equal
to the feet.
3 of HAND-SEWED SHOE,
U is made of the best
Dongcla; stylish, durable
I and easy fitting. Equals
imported French shoes costing from
$4.00 to $6.00.
$25 BEST DONGOLA, per
feet in every way.
Success has attended our
26efforts to produce a first-'
-lass shoe at this popular price.
00 LOW IN PRICE,-*,
$ not in quality. No
shoe at this price has given
FOR MISSES, combines
75style with the hygienic
Principles so necessary in
. the footwear of misses and
2100 and $15SHOL
are made of the best mate
$ rial throughout; will not
-ip, and will stand more hard usage
han any other shoes sold at these
W. L.31OUGA-' S.0 CAL SOn
OR TA DIES and $1.75 CALF SO
OR GIRLS have just been perfected.
rhey are made seanless, of seleted
alf, with kangaroo calf tops, and Xs
ially suitable for outdoor wear and
chool shoeq. Keep the feet dry, with
ut the use of rubbers.
rice-worthy goods, and all have
a sure you are not deceived by
mp before purchasing.
OU' LAS, Brockton, Mass.
h Wilcox & Gibbs Guao to.
CHIARLESTON, S. C.
iCEIMOND AND DAVI.LLE EAl.
'OLU;MBIA AND G;R23tILLE DIVISI+. -
PASSENGER DEFART1ENT. -
nrdensed Schedule-in effect Nov. 1i, IMl
(Trains run by75th Meridian time.)
rWEEN COLUMBIA AND GREENYILLU VIA
ALSTON. NEWEERRY AND LALURBLS
6' Ko. P
:et Ex.Sun STATIONS. Ex.Sun Mixed
Sun No. 7 No. I Ex.Sun
Lv. Ar. Ar. -
....700 am .....Columnbia..... 10 05pm ......
... 7 50) ....Aston... 9 12 ......
am S 40 ...Newberry ..... 7 59 8 45pm
9 5 .oldville... 7 08 7 35
9 4 a ...Clinton...6 50 7 10
II 10 ..Lauens...... 6 20 6 29
10 1s ...' iray Court.. 557 4 40 --
0s . . .f.vig...... 554 4 30
10)51 .F' -- ain Inn 15 4' 4 05
1104 ..Simpsonville 15 29 3 41
i i 15 ....Mauldin..... '5 17 2317
-Ar. Lv. Lv.
ipli 32 am ...G:,anvile... 500 pm 200pm
*WEEN COLUMBIIA, AL5T..N & SPARTANBUZG.
T~5 STATIONS. ' o. 16 .
0Oa miL...'...Coumbis........Ar. 925p m
5 am ...........Alston ....... s3p m
->a m .........Carlisle....... 7 33 m
6 am ...........Santuc...........7I23 pm
I y m ............Union.......... 7 03 p a
Sp m ........-Pa colet...... 612 pm
1J p a A r.....Spartanburg.....Lv. 5 43 p - ra -
WEES WALIIALLA. ANDERSON, BELTON( AND
Sun, G REENVILLE. Ex. San.
14 STATIONS No. 13
a m Lv. ....Wahalla.......Ar.8 00p m
.. r........Senca......... Lv. 730p m
(la m Lv..........Seneca....... Ar. 7 15 pm
0 n Ar. ....anderson......"544p m
5 am.".........Belten.....L, 5p m
lanm Lv. .....Belton.....Ar. 505 pm
I a mn Ar. ....Wiliamston......"4 40 p
Sa m - .......Pezer........."4 28pm
5p m - ....Piedmont......" 400 p m
Sp m "....G reenville..... ..3 0p m
WEEN COLUMBIA AND GaEENCVILLE IA
Sun. BELTONY. Ex. Sun.
13 STATIONS. Nol4.
) a mn Lv....Columbia......Ar. 4 20O m
u n...........lston....... 3 30pma
~pm .....Pomaria.......... 3 13pm
Sp m .....Prosperity...... 257pma
pimn .......Nwberry..... 2 3pm
pm ......Helena......... 229p m -
~pm .....Chappells.........47 p.m
pm .....Ninety-Six ........ 125
pm ....Greenwo.d... 121pma
pm .......Hodgesm........... 12 18 pm
p m .....Donalds........ 1203p m
p11 m .....Ho nea Path.... 11 50a m
p m .......Biton..... 11 30a m
p m ....Williamston.... 11 11 a m -
p m ........Plzer..... 11 05a m
p m .....Piedmont..... 1050gam
) p m Ar. ....reenville......Lv. 10 10a m
IETWEIL' NEWIIEaRIT AND ANDEJFSON.
Sn. Ex. Sun.
17 STA TIONS. No 18
In i.n Lv. ....ewberry....Ar. 7 50p m
)a anm ...........Helena....... 7 45p m
Sa mn (en oo 2p
a i a ..onaPahm15p
a mn Ar. Aern. v.35p
.....GeeSn wood......... Su
Ire .. ..... .. l od ges.1)1 10...........p
')l .i,..........D on 1d ........... 0
....... N. 1 o .e 1Path ........1 .
.....hl. .... .. Bei'i ton.............p
. 125 3a0m210Ar.
Northom:.'. 35 am 53 pm6 57 pm
.......on . A de rsn.......e . Ho3igm 3n
TBOU. Nov ('erii. 1 Co. AN. 7 o. D13
Todgei........ 2 0m 1:m. 403m 30 2pm^
\ziz bei... 5mam) Soutboud.m 10m 56p
'ugs... 10 5 3 0Lhle L 105d5.
im. ve r rtnburg S. C. A & . Diviss
Norhbou.a 1 3 ina. 41 5 52utpbom, 6 757 m
stibutediitrend.: Souhbun. 7 00 a m. 427
. 143 a Cm. 3Veintibule d LaeWst
an ,Jininnati.u,ut.a,ndpit ,
aiT, LaveGreNville SR CE.&C.Di
ii. 1.Ni~rthbond. 2 a m.4 0 p m. 6 05 m.
mains. lea.viea. S. C.. ,t. & ivingsin,
bn Jouw:i I a v5-pm Savutnhbon $ 1 i pm
ains lre'aveo Greno. 0. C 0 a m.,iain c 6.ec3o
:. A&drG. l.C.. i-i~on . and alaen e.
.. Ci4a5 i p m: fo0Agu. a , and pint
Ih: )l-vin. renod6op. cae
>u'l Plmanr leer roSpa.aburgto --
tnta. GavaA: -a Atn Sanah a
aro rins5an HA 6S btri weenahar.
.. D:v- on.