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NEWBERRY, S. C.
BROUGHT BER WEIGHT IN GOLD.
The Extraordinary Vaine- a Mexik;n Miner
Piaet:e tpon Hi% Iride.
[NewN or Sun.]
"There is an old lady living in South- <
ern California, at the patriotic little
mountain settlement known as Amer!- i
can Flag, who is an object of mu(-h in- i
terest to strangers, from the fact that
she is probatly the only woman on
earth the valuation of whose person I
was ever literally appraised at her E
weight in gold," said a New Yorker I
recently returned from a trip across the I
continent. "She is 68 years old now,
and the widow of one Jesus Castro, a t
Mexican. Tbis Mexican was one of
the first miners who struck a fortune
in gold in the pioneer days of Califor- ]
nia. He lived in the Santa Cataline t
Mountains, and returned home more
than loaded down with gold (us. He.
fell passionately in love with his g
brother's daughter, a handsome girl of I
17. She returned her uncle's love and J
consented to marry ni,o. The priest
to whom they app'ied. learning of their
close blood relationship, refused to -
marry them. Castro offered as high (
as$-5,000tothe chuich as an iuduc(- I
ment for the priest to rerformn the mar
riage ceremony, but the offer was re- 4
fused. Then, as the old widow's story 1
goes, Castro asked the priest what I
amount of wealth would induce him to i
marry them. The priest, with the in- I
tention and ex peetation of im pressir:g t
Castro w.ith the hopele-sness of his ap- i
peal, replied: 4
-The girl's weight in gold!'
"Now the Mexican maiden, while i
not being over buxom, was well-to-do
in figure for one of her age, but Castro t
did not even pise umg enough to as- I
Certain what her weight might be.
He exclaimed: I
""Good, holy father!' . I
"Then heordered scales to be brought, I
and beg.;ing the girl to stand on one I.
side of ttem he poured glittering gold t
dust fro the other side until the
precious stuff balanced the weight of
his inamorata. The priest was dumb t
with amazement, and It was a long
time before he recovered sufficiently to t
say the proioM"i words that made the e
twain one. Castro had wou his bride i
at the cost of 12.5 pounds of his boarded r
gold. He had a snug lot left, however, I
and the story is that he lived long r
enough to see the time that be would t
have taken a great deal less than her
weight in gold for the wife his youth- f
ful ardor placed so great a value on."
Advice to a Lazy Man.
Captain King, at one time govern or0
in an Australian colony, was noted fora
On one occasion a settler waited ont
Governor King to ask for the loan of a I
prisoner to help him in shingling hist
"Come to me in six weeks, when har-c
vest is over,' said the governor, "and -t
will find a man for you."'
At the end of that period the settler,a
whose reputation for laziness ws.s well r
established, again presented hirrself.
"Have you shingled your house?"
asked the governor.
-"Oh, dear, no! I've been waiting for
"Well, go into that room, and you
wilt see your man."
Presently the settler returned saying ~
he could find no man, alfhbough he had
looked all over the room, even under
the table and behind the sofa.
"Not find him!'' said the governor.
"How can that be? Come aloug with
me and I'll soon find him for you." ~
Governor King led the man up to thet
large mirror over the manutlepiece.
"There's the man to shingle your
house," said be. "Trake him with you, e
quick, and see that he does it!"
Women Who Die Early.
Many of our mo.st beautiful and ac
complished ludies die before they have
reached the prime of life. Of those
who live to middle age only one in two
hundred is sound ; the other one hun
dred and ninety-nine are sufferers.
Why is it ? Self-neglect. The shat
tered health can be restored ;the home
made happy, and your life lengthened
if you commence at once.
"Rose Buds" have been used for 20
years in thbe private practice of one of
the most eminent physicians of Paris,
andl the following diseases andI their
distressing symptoms yield to them
like magic : Ulceration, Congestion ~
and Falling of the Womb, Ovariant
Tumors, Dropsy of the WXomb, Bear
ing Dowvn Pains, Rupture at Child
birth and Misearring s. One package
of "Rose Buds" wvi make a newv
woman of you.
(Leucorrhea or Whites are generally
cured by one application.) Price per
package (one month's treatment) $1.00
sent by mail post paid, securely packed.
THEf LI;EERTT SI'iIFIC Co., ~339
Washington St., Boston, Mass.
Is iron Rust a Cause or Fire?
[FLrom the Hub.]a
When oxide of iron is placed in con
tact with timber excluded from the at
mosphere, and aided by a slightly in-(
creased temperature, the oxide will -
part with its oxygen, and is converted
into very t:yd ivie particles of
metallie iron. hiavin:g such an a'iinity
for oxygen that. whlen afterward ex
posed to t he action of the atruosphere
from an'y caiuse, oxygen is so rapidly
absorbed that there particles become
suddenly :ed hot, and if in sutlicient
quantity will producie a temperature
far beyond th]e ignitiou point of drv
timber. W\herever iron pipes a re em-~
ployed for the circulation of any heated
mediumu, whet her hot wat er, hot air,
or steamn, a: .d the pipes allowed to be
come rusty, in close contact with tima
ber, it is only necessary to suppose that
under these circumstances the particles
of metallic iron become exposed to the
action of the atmosphere, and this may
occur from the mere expansion e-r con
traction of the pi pes, in order to account
for many of the fires which perio'i
cally take place at the commncement
of the winter season.
C:w Eserything to Charity. I
L.ox "), Feb. .-The wvill of ('ardi
rrnal Maninifg '.hows that he only had
0 at the tim t hdatih. H had
rHE FAMINE IN JUSsIA.
Kore Than 14.0.00W1 Permon, Without
Food or Means or support. -
WASHE NGToN, Feb. 1.-In response
.0 many sympathetic inquiries and I
>roffiers of aid received from friends in
be United States, the Department of
*tate has received from Mfinister Smith
Lt St. Petersburg an interesting report
>f the actual condition of the stricken
listricts of Itussia, prep;ared from evi
lence of eyewitne-ses and most trust
vorthy soarees, of which the following
s an epitome:
The territory afflicted by the drought
omprises thirteen provinces of Euro
eau Russia, where the fanine is gen- T
ral, viz: Kazan, Niji-Novgorod, Oren
urg, Oufa, Pensa, Riazan, Samara,
'Aratof, Simbirsk, Tamboff, Toula,
iatka, and Voronege. In five other
>rovinces the famine prevails in part,
riz: Kursk, Olouetz, Orel, Perm, and
Pauride. One or two others, like
Kharkoy, have suflered te some ex
,nt, but are not included in the oti
The first thirteen provinces cover an
,rea equal to the States of Maine, New
lampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts,
hode Island, Connecticut, New York,
ew Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, -
Jaryland, Virginia, West Virginia,
Korth Carolina, South Carolina,
;eorgia, and Kentucky. The pop.u
ation is about equal, or about 27,000,
0. The five provinces named, if in
luded in the comparison, would equal
he combined area of Indiana, Iowa,
dichigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illi
ois, North and South Dakota, Ne
raska, Kansas, and half of Ohio. The
otal population of thes- last five prov
nees is nearly doubie that of the c
4eveu States. This vast section is
gricultural, and the richest and ordi
iarily the must fruitful soil of Russia.
The destit-aiou is not universal, as
here are those whose accumulations
iave saved them from want, and there
Lre somne spots preserved from blight
>y irrigation where a good harvest was
eaped, but at the best estimate the B
)roportion of suff'ering is enormous. t
u official estimate of the number of
hose without food or means of sup
>ort who require aid is given as 14,000,
00 persons, and this is probably below
he true number. I
Time is a most important factor in
he work of relief. One hundred and
ighty million pounds of food are S
ecessary. Fifty car loads should ar
ive every day, but only eleven car
oads per day were received Christ
as wee: The imperial Government
as up to the present time applied
42,-00,30 from the public treasury
or the work of relief, but the work
nust still go on. The Russian Em- a
eror has personally given enormous
y, and all classes are giving according
o their means. The loss to the Gov- r
nmwent revenue will be at least 2011,
00,000 rubles, about $100,000,000, while
.conservative estimate of the loss to
ussia is placed at not less than one
housand million rubles. Up to the ~
resent there have been few contri- b
utions from abroad, but the Govern- C
ent and the people of Russia are
eeply sensible of spontaneous offerings
at have been A de in various parts
f the United States, anid the Emperor
s well as others have intimated as
uch to Mr. Smith.I
An Independent Editor.
[Madison (N. C.) News.]
We have had several personal letters
rom the Keeley institute at Greens
oro' oflering to cure us of drunkenness
heap. Three weeks ago we were
ifered at advertisemrnt by an Atlanta
m to be paid in twenty gallons of
'randy. We wish to state that we are
ot hunting up any cure for drunken
ess nor are we doing any advertising
>r whiskey. As we live in a probibi
ion town and are tolerably popular
rith the people, we feel no necessity of
ither at p'resent.
A. Good iReason for Living.
'She lives to love and loves to live, I
she loves to lIve because she lives to
Many think it is a sin to be sick, be
og so, one cannot bestow t heir affec
ions on other as the Creator intended;
eing so, it certainly is a duty to cure
'ourself. Most women, these days,
meed an invigorating tonic. Worn-out iK
eachers, "sbop-girls," dressmakers, ai
illiners, and those subject to
iresome labor have found a boon
a Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
ion. It is a soothing and strength
ning nervine, inducing refreshing ~
leep relieves despondency and restores b~
> full use all the appetites and affec- "
ions of one's nature. It is sold by A
rggists, under a guarantee fro'n.its in
aakers that it will, in every case, give da
tisfaction, or price ($1.00) will be 'n
[Fromn Texas Siftings.]
A professor in the medical depart
nt of Columbia College asked one of
ne more advanced students:
"What is the name of the teeth that
human beinig gets last?''
"False teeth, of course."
~hidren Cry for Pitchers Castoria.
- - MADE EASY!
"MoTHER' Fasa"is a scientific
aly repared Liniment, every ingre- I
dent of recognized value and in .
constant use by the medical pro
fession. These ingredients are comn
birxb in a ane ith'touknw
WILL DO all that is claimedI for
it ANC MORE. it Snortens Labor,(
Lessens Pain, Dimiihes Danger to
Life of Mother anid Child. Book
to" ,Morsras "mailed FREE, con
taijn valuable information and
vount stimonlials. -
BR ADFEL D P EG O.. Atlanta. Ga. am
so,1 T lny A LL D'RU"oISTS,a
-Cleanses and benutfies the hair. d
eer tal t o uCso Gra .
rkers Gngerf'one u:'zres t e wrt (o gh.
,ord j*ejjj3v:.c#n*. Tribute to the D)ead'
'_bIdal girlanld fall... up14-n the 1-ier',
'he shadow of a crown 'hat )'er him'
fas vani-h'd it, the -haipw east by
o prineely, tender, truthful, reverent,
fourn! That a world wide Empire
1ouri.- With you,
hat all the thrones are clouded by
Vere slender solace. Yet be cm,;iiforted;
or if this earth lie ruled bL PerTeet
'n,after b i toef ranTg'' of lalesi 01-s
he toll of funeral in an Angcl ear
oL3undai happiur timin tl.e merriest 11r
he face of Death is toward tiIe Sui off
[is -.hadow darkei;s earth; his truer
"Onward," to di:c )rIance ii the
nd marhb of that Eternal ll'rnyat'v
hereto the worlds beat tiiw. tho1'
ntil the great Hereafter mourn iii
LL 5KIN D5EA5E5j
Physicians endorso P. P. P. as a splendid
>mbination, and prescribe it with great
tisfaction for the cures of all forms and
ages of Primary, Seconlary and Tertiary
yphilis, Syphilitie Rheumatism, Scrofu
'us Ulcers and Sores, Glandular Swellings, ]
beumatism, Malaria, old Chronic Ulcers
iat have resisted all treatment. Catarrh, y
kin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female On,
omplaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter, b
cald Head, Etc., Etc. B
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an ex. ir
lent appetizer, building up the system c
Ladies whose systems are poisoned and
hose blood is in an impure condition due
5ft CURES *
>menstrual irregularities are peculiarly f<
enefited by thu w.onderful tonic and blood -
leansing properties of P. P. P., Prickly
sh, Poke Itoot and Potassium.
UPPMAN BROS., Druggists, Proprietors, a
ippman's Block, - SAVANNAH, GA.
- ' -. - e
B B a:
, eMEEl M d
* - r r
Recomuended as. the Best. IX ci
LE MARs, Plymouth Co., Ia., May, 1. 03
I suffered from temporary sleeplessness from St
erwork for two years, for which I used Pastor F
enigs Nerve Tonic, and can recommnend same
the~ best medicine for similar troubles. f
CuANcT, Tenn., October, 1830. 1,
wing to a runway about a year ago, my son ,si
as thrown from2 a wagon andli severely hurt et
'out the head. For 2iaucv days he was entirely f
sie hcimsel andi raving. and needed continual s
achig. At this uimeo I learned of Paster Koe
'sN.>rv,- Tionie nul at once .rdered a bottle.
ter I had ::iven him th,e second dose he fcIl
to a quiet sleep and ceam.i raving. The next ft
y e was 2muchl better. :nd when he badl used n
the crut. at, of the botue he was entirely re- 0;
red and is so still. FRiEJD DESEAkL SER
S-A Valuable Book en Nervous ti
Dis.easeis sent free to any address.
anFSld poor patients can also obtain c
tis medicine free of charge.
['his remedy has been prepared by the Reverend st
tstor Koenig, of Fort Wayne. Ind., smncelS, and
now prepared under his direction by thed
KOENIC MED. CO., Chicago, Ill.
Sold by Druggists at S1 per Bottle. 6 for$5.
arae Size. 51.75. GBottles for S9.
Cure for ilies. PriceSl. Bly
ILLDruggistsor manil. Samuples
Dox l16, New York~ City.
NE SHO. eSES.
*a"Ask for catalogue.
TER RY M'F'G CO., NaWMVILLE, TENN.
BOILING WATER OR tal
LABELLED 1-2 LB. TINS ONLY.
PIT EVERYTIHINGT COI
'12pe 1i my I.ndertaking De
en t I am prepa red to give pronlIp
id careful atteniIti to all orders. I
te always on hand a larg~e selection
-Caskets, Cotmns, Burial Robes. oe.
(alls answerced at all llours night and
ROUT. T. CA LDWELL.
EA ESS & HEAD NOISES CU!REDbT
rees's ISimLEd TUBULAR EAR
USiS.Whispers heard. cm
It is made
seamless, best C
to other makes
00 GENUINE HAND
4wSEWED. It equals im
ported French s h o e s
costing from $8 to $12, and
cannot be duplicated at this
$ HAND-SE WED
L WELT. The finest calf,
stylish, comfortable and
durable, and the best dress shoe
in the country for the price;
same grade as custom made
shoes costing from $6 to $9.
50 POLICE SHOE, for
$3 farmers, railroad men,
&c. Best calf, seamless,
smooth inside, three heavy soles
with extension edge. One pair
will do for a year.
$2 50 FNE CALF. No
better or more service
able Shoe was ever of
fered at this price. One trial
$ 25 and- $2.00 WORK
s INGIAN'S Shoes.
Equal those of other
makes costing from $2.50 to
$3.00, and are the best in the
world for the price.
W. L. DOUCLAS' $1.75 BRO
CAN. The best Brogan for the price ever
placed on the market. Solid leather through.
out, very strongly made, and wilt not rip.
FOR SALE 2
a THE UNDER
-~-:4 -- signed has fitted
up a new Wood
Work Shop on
corner of !Har
rington and Mc
K,bbeu Streets ill
and is prepared to make.
ESTIMATES ON B lDINGS,
And Any Kind of Wood Work, aii
-A SPECIALTY OF
AND ALL KINDS OF SCROLL
BLINDS, SHINGLES, i
- AND LATHES
ON HAND AND FOlR SALE
LUMBER, DRESSED OR ROUGH.
NOVELTY WEATHER EOAD[NG.
IN FACT ANYTH ING IN MY LINE
ON SHORT NOTICE. y
GIVE US A CALL. t
SHOCKLEY BROS., li
Cor. Harrington & McKibb enl St.,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
FIR E, CYCLONES AND
W E WOULD RESPECTFULLY
inform the public that we are pre
pared to insure property againlst loss by
Fire, Cyclones and Tornadoes.
Your patronage is solicited.
BURTON & WILSON, Agenits.
Newberry, S. C.2
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STATE OF SOUTH C.\ROLINA,
COUN'lY OF NECWHERRiY-IN pat
.John 31. Kinmardi, as Adiiitrator oif t
Matthew Gr'ay, Plaintiff, nILain)st
WValter F. G;ray, as Exeettrof A unaia
Gray et al., Defenodanis.
Comp lain t to Sell Land~s t: IaDVbs
PURSUANT -'10 AN OIER OF
P Court herein, all p.ersons) havig
demandb. against* th E L I::ate If.Matthe
Gray are herebty r'eqJuired to) rendIer inl
and e'sstblish the sanw' h--'om 1ml ou r
before thel lilthI iiay' of Feb~ruary. A. D).
180:2, or be ho rred1 of their ' mands.
.J. 1B. FF L LERs,
J. P'. N. ('.
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NEW YORK OBSERVER,
37 AND 38 PARK Row,
o YOU KNOW T'HAT YOI
Can buy any article of
Vindow Shades, Lace
ABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
lirrors, Pictures. Dinner Sets, Tea
ets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
omforts, Blankets, and a thousand
id one articles neoeded in a house,
elivered at your depot at the same
ricethat you buy them in Augusta
[ Carry Everything
ou need, and can quote you prices
>at v:ill satisfy you that I am giv
dollar v.lue for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
ITo introduce my business in every
eighborhood in the quickest possi
le manner, I will ship you one
edroom Suite complete, consist
ig of One Bedstead, full size and
igh head, One Bureau with glass,
ne Wash-stand, One centre Table,
our cane seat chairs, One Rocker
> match, well worth $20, but to in
oduce my goods in your neigh bor
ood at once I will deliver the above
uite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
then the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
ceat many other sui';es in Walnut,
ak, Poplar, and all the popular
'oods, running in price from the
2eapest up to hundreds of dollais
Special Bargain No.2.
3our elegant Parlor Suite, seveo
[eces, walnut frames, upholstered
plush in popular colors, crimson,
ive, blue, old gold, either in
mnded or in combination colors
his suite is sold for $40.00. 1
>ught a large number of them at
bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
will deliver this fine plush suite
1 charges paid by me to your near
t R. R. depot for $t33.00. Besides
iese suites I have a great many
her suites in all the latest shapes
d styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
a walnut spring seat lounge, re
iced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
~pecial Baroain No. 4.
an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
immed up complete for $11.50 all
xarges paid to your depot, or a 5
>le range with trimmings for $15.
esides these I have the largest
och of cooking stoves in the city,
celuding the Gauze door stoves
id Ranges and the CHARTER
AK STOVES with patent wire
tuze doors. I am delivering these
oves everywhere all freight
larges paid at the price of an
-dinary stove, while they are far
perior to any other stoves made.
uli particulars by mail.
100 rolls of matting 40 yds to the
>11 S5.75 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 2.5cts. each.
000 Window Shades 3x7 reet on
>ring roller and fringed at 37} cts.,
ech. You must pay your own
eight on Cornice Poles, Window
aades and Glocks- Now see here,
cannot quote you everything 1
wve got in a store containing 22,600
et of floor room, besides its an
xes and factory in another part
the town. I shall be pleased to
nd you anything above men
nned, or will send my
atalogue free if you will say you
.w this advertisement in THE
-IERALD AND NEWS, published at
ew berry, S. C.
No goods sent C. O. D, or on c-on
gnment. I refer you to the editors
id publishers of this naper or to
1y banking con-eril in Autusta,
to the Southern Express C . al'
whoni kniow mie personally:
L. F. PADGEIT
11 AND 1112 Broai Sar,e
Prapri--tor of Padgett's Fur;
- t, ve and Casrpet Storo-.
c-tonr. Hnrrison r.
of the best leather prodt
ongola tops. It is as smc
osting from $4 to $3. Iti
)st Shoe in ti
These Shoes are made and
the price and name of W. I
inferior articles, and careful
MM NRT E R' <
Wofi a Tliousand
ie Twenty-Year Ton
'ie policies of the
[uitable Life Assur
ce Society matuing
1891 return the pol
jTholder all the pre
urns paid, and the
llowing rates of in
iest on the prerniums
iichi have been paid
!ring the twenty
ars, in addition to
e assurance of his
e during the entire
Life Pate Policies.
-A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AGE. est at the rate of
3521 per een -.
9-Payment Life Policies.
A return in cash of all
premiums with inter
AG E. est at the rate of
354i per ce.nt.
55 6i "
20- Year Endowments.
A return in cash of all
premliums wit b inter
AGI-E. est at the l ate of
5 ,65 p;er cet.
55 8 "
[lhe return ou other liuds of
icies is in p;i-Od, de
1idng upon the ii d oioe
l the premliumlfs paid.
Eee is no alsSsCd:ac e;:. .
-es with this.
['be E<;'~.)le is theC si. 1g
:un;int the W~orld andl
JAS. A. BURTON,
ry UA 1Pr O
Wilcox & Gibbs Gualo 00
CHIARLESTON, S. C.,
ced in this country. It is a cal:
ioth inside as a hand-sewed Shoe.
s stylish, durable and comfortable
ie World for the
SUBSTITUTES. -E 1
ruaranteed by the manufacturer to be pl
. DOUGLAS stamped on bottom. Be
Ily examine bottom of each shoe for star
W. L. DC
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R iOAD) COMPANiY.
COLUMBIA ANtD G.REVILLU DIVJSI. - .
Condensed Schedule-in effect Jan. 31, 18. 2
(Trains run by75th Meridiatl1me.' A r
Bfl,IWEEN COLU~MBIA AND GREEYVILLE VIA.
ALSToN. NEWBERRY AND L.AURE38.
Nio. 61 No. 60 EA
Mixed Ex.Sun STATIoNS. Ex.Sun Mixed
TuiThu No.15 No.16 Tn Thu Ar.
& Sat, & sat.
Lv. Ly. Ar. Ar.
...... 11 10 am .... Columbia ... 3 50 pm.......
....12 (5pm ..Alton .... 3 00 ......
S00amn 1 05 ...Newberry.... I 7 8 00pm
9 08 3 00 .....Goldville..... 11 54pm 6 45
9 30 3 2' ... Clinton...1 36 6 4 L v
10 i5 3 i0 .....Laurens .._ 11 24 5 3
11 10 4 19 ...Gray Court... 10 42 -4 11
11 .50 4 37 .F ountain Inn.. 10 13 3 20
12 l3pmi 4 il0 ..Simipsonville It0 14 2 5
1237 50t ...Mauldin... W02 245 JL
Ar. Ar. L.v. Lv. L
1 3:tpm 5 353 pm .. Greenville... 9 30 am I 50pm CON
IETWEEN CoLUMBIA, ALSTON &k 5PARTANBUEG. Ito
Daily. Daily. We
No.I.'I STA TIONS. No. I C.
i 10 Oam Lv..... Columbia.......A . 3 50 pm w I
1205pm n..........Alston..........2 .>apin (Sec
12 52 p mi .......Carlisle....... 2 02 m y
1 04p m........ .Santuc....... 52p m
1 14p m ............Union........ 35p m c. 3
2 05 pm .....Pac olet...... 12 1 p m
2 4hp m Ar. ....Spart nburg......v. 1205pnm
IETWEEN CoLEMBtIA AwlD GREENVILI.E VIA -
Ex. Sun. IE!.To.1 Ex. Sun.
2No. 11 ST AT1ONS. No'12.
12 10 a mn Lv. ....olubia..... Ar. 1 50 ti n
l1 05pinm..........tA istn...... 3 op m
11 25 pm .....Pomnaria ..... 2 40p m
12 45 p mn ......rosperity .... 1. p ' m i
1 I'5 p ms ......Newt~ bry.... 57 p mn
2 10 p in.. ........ Helena...... I 52 p mt
: 2 p mn .....Chappell..... *I pim
3 4.5 p m ....Ninety+iix ..... 12 4" p mn
.306 p mn .....reenwood.... 1. 57 a mn
3 28pin m ........Hodges...... I ~2 am
3 4S p ms .....Donals...- 1110) a mi
4t;l p m .....H onea Path.... 10 5 a m 4
4 20 p m ......eio ...... 1' i35 a m
4 -45 pm ...Willaintlon.... 1 16 a mn E
1 52p m............celzer ......... 49an m
5 07 p m .....Pied mont.... . . a s a Om
5, 45 pom A r...Greeville...... L.' . 5 a ms Go1
BEFTWEES WALIllI.L.A. ANi>EI-ON. BE LT')N AND
Ex. Siu UKE.ENvil.I.E E. tun. Y0
No 14 ST ATlONS No. 13
5 00 a mn Lv. ....Wlalla......Aropm m n
...........Ar.........seneca........ L. 3 p m
4 54a m L.v......Snecai . ....Ar. lSpm y
0 03 a mn Ar. .......A dron ....."5 15 p ms
It 10 a m " ....... . eton........ . L . 5.15 p mn ts
10l 44! a mn Lv. ... lielt on. . ....Ar.> 12 p mn
II 4 2 a mn A r. ......W illim on...." 4 -i-> p enm e
11 10 a min............P'elz............4 4 6 p TA
II 27 a min ..... Pi"n o.>t.......... -4 204 p m The
12 10) p mn " ....Greenv3ile.... Lv. 3 40J p rnga
wESTIOQ'ND. No 11 No. 15 St
ExSn xstm C
Lv HIodges ... .:pm... ..I7amn..----- ra
A rjA bbeviie... 4 I9:........12 2pnm..-----ee
E.XSTiO-ND. No. 12..... No. 16.---- be
E x Sun..... ExSun a.....
Lv AIbheville. ... 1 0u ~...... 2 45pm ..... -
Trin-i- teave spartanblurg. S. C.. A & C. Divis- ST.
V sestibledk' imnited : outlhboundi. 500 a mn. 4 27 '
p I pin 14 a mn. tVe.;jibuled .imuited :Weat -
bond.' W N. C. Divisioni. 2 p yim. for IHendler
-u nvi1le, Asheville. Hot $prings, Knioxville and
ITrain- leav~e Greenville.xS. C.. A. & C. Divi- 1
.-on. Northbopundi'. 2 I a in. 3 17 p' im. 6 I. p mn.
i Vestibuited1 Limtitd);j Moiturtun. 6 10I a ms, ~> 34
p in. 12 t6 p mn. Vy VetibuledI Limnite~d). '
Traint- leave senesa. S. C., A. & C. Division. thlP
Norttround. 117 a mi. 1 47 p in; Southbound 7 58 of I
r.in m.''iz2 sm
.rsins leave Gr'enwoodl. S. C.. A ndr'on, S.C.
and Laure., S. C.. for .Augusta, Ga . for points 53l
Souh PLLAN ARSERVICE. M,
Train- levin;ug G.reenwood 6 Z" p ms. earries
Trought P'ulimn $lh-eper from Sparntanb'urg to
saah.Lflt Ga . via Auguz,ta. arriving Savannah --
6 a m. Rn etuirning leave $avanniahi s 10 p im;
A ri ve G.reen mw ood 1I0 n a m4. ims:kmig conn:ection
wsitht . & G. D ivi-ion. PImi nan P'saae Sleep
ini Cair on Tirain, '. 10. 3" and 'i on AX. & .
J. A4. 1)4DDON. W. A. TVRRI.
Superintendent. Asa-t ;G* v ass. A gt..
C,Ia: mW. S. C. (CharIotte. 3. C I
W. H . E. JAS L. TAXrLOR.,
Gen-I1X Maagr. 3en-i Pa.s.Agen '. the
Atlanta.~Ga. Atlantas. Ga. wl-i
SOL H A AS, Traffi5 Manager,
At lansta, Gaex
BFRIT EE Daniel F. Beatty,Wah
inton, N .J.
DR. TAITS ASTRMIALENE
adres. we wiul mail trial I aoTrLEa
It is equal
to the feet.
0 HAND-SEWED SHOK
0is made of the -best
Dongola; stylish, durable
and easy fittine. quals
nported French shoes costing rom'.
t.00 to $6.00.
5 BEST DONGOLA, per
0feet In eTery way.
Success has attended our
21efforts to produce A first
ass shoe at this popular price.
00 LOW IN PRICE but.
a not in quality. No
shoe at this price has given
FOR XISSES, combines
7style with the hYgienie
iciples so necessary in
Sthe footwear of misses and
00 and $1.75 s 00
are made of the best mate
; rial throughout; will not
p, and will stand more hard usage
an any other shoes sold at these
0. L.oUGLAS' *2.o CA sXO5
)R ELADIES and 81.75 CAL SEON
)R GIRLS have just been prfeeta
iey are made seani]Wu4 of *" 'te
If, with kangaroo calf tops, and spe
aly suitable for outdoor wear an
hool shoes. Keep the feet dry, with
it tAe use of rubbers.
ice-worthy goods, and all have
sure you are not deceived by
1p before purchasing.
UGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
UTH CAROLINA RAILWAY.
m mencing Tuesday, Jan. 19, 122, at .
.,Passenger Trains will run as follows un
urth. 'notice "Eastern Time":
TO ND FEOM CKARLSTON.
artColumbts 5AOam 600pm
art Charleston 6 5i) a pm
ive Columbia...10 Zo am 945pn
TO AND FtWM AUGUSTA.
.h t (Daily):
art Charleston 6 0, a m 6 15pm -
ive Augusta...11 5) a m : 15 p at
art Augusta... 8 0 a m 4 30p m
ive Charleton 115 p m 9 50 p m
art Augusia... 4 30 p ni
ive Columbia. 9 45 p m
art Columbia.. 650 a ni
ive Augusta....11 50 am
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
art(olumbia...... 9 00 am
art Charleslon... 6 0 a sr.
Ive Camden........ It 2i a m
irt Camden....... 5 M p Y
've Colunbia.. 7:'5 p m
ve Charleston.... 10 20 p m
eat Union Depot. Columbla, with Colck)f
and Greenville Division R. & D. R. U. to
from Greenville and Walhalla daily ex
iSunday by train arriring at 10.50 a.m
leaving Columbiaat6 10 p. m.; and day
i Charlotte Columbia and A a
ision P.. & D. Rt. R. by train arvng
olum bla at 10.50 a. mn. and 9 45p. m..an
ing Co!umnbia at 6.4) a. mn. and 8.00 p. m.:
Carleston with stean,ers or New York.
i day, Wednesday andFriday with steamer
ac.. 'onLille and pints on the st.JonI
er; also with Cbarlston and Savannake
lro:Ad to and from Savannah and at -
its in Florida.
I Augusta with Georgia and Central Rs1If
I. to and from all points South and-We
Blackville to and from points on CaroUi&i
land Railroad. Through tickets can hie
hesed to all points South and West,by
lyi ng to
R. L. SPAY. U. T. A., Columbia. -.r
C. M. WA RD, General Manager.
E. P. W ARING, Gen Pass. Ag't.
Charleston, S. C.
i514 K. Ki.
>erated by D. B. Chamberlain, Beceiver
A. C. Railway Co.
hedule in effect Tuesday, Jan.uary19 I892.
No. I 1-MIXED.
ST BOUN D Daily except
Colum bia........3 20vp m
W hite Rock..... 4 52 p m
Cha pins............ 5 14 pm
LitUe Moun tain... 5 :37 p m
Siis............. 550p m
Prosperity.....6 13 p m
Ne w bu.......6 44p m
Jalapa............7 15p m
Lary's Lane..... 29 pim
K ina rds.. ......... 743p m
Lod viIle......7 57p m
Dover Junction.... 8 16 p mn
No 130-M IX ED.
ST OT'ND Daily except
Colum bia ..........1la m
l rmo..............09 am
W hite Rock.....9 41a m
Chaplns............. 9 20 a mn
Little Mountain..... 9 00 a m
N ew berry.........7 f6 am
Jalapa............7 2b a mn
Gary's Lane ....... 7 16a m
K in ards..........704a m
Gol dv ille.... ......6 2 a mn
linton.......... ..630a m
nectons at Columbia with S. C. Railway
and from Charle.ston, Augusta and the
4, and for the North and 'ast via the S.
-t and Clyde Steamships. At Clinton
a GU. C. and N. Bailway to Abbeville and
r further information apply to
E. S. MorrT, Agent Newberry.
[. aD. E. P. WARL'G.,
n'i Manager. Gen'l Pass. Agent
~wLost ! How R nbed?
IMedaPEIZE ESSAY onINEEVOUS
YSICAL DEBIL1T EBROES at
UT, EXHAUSTED ViTEEY -
TURE DECLINE, ad aflDSZn
WEA KNESSES of HAN.30 l,
*onia'softhen - NW
".IN"oYI E SFERCY B CE
:e Peabody Medical Institute has many ind.
-s, but no equal. - Hfercld.
ie Science of Life, or Seif-Preservation, i.sa
'ure more valuable than gold. Read it now,
vWEA K and NERVOUS man, and learn to
TRONG .-Xedical Rleview. (Copyrlgtt
\TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
CUNTY OF NEWBERRY-.
ROBATE COURT. -
Notice to Creditors.
HiE C:REDITORS OF THE ES
tate of Catherine H. Boyce, de
ed. atre hereby requested to render
r respective demands to the Judge
roate for New berry, or tbe under
ted at Anderson Court House in
State. on or before the first day of'
A. P. JOHNSTONE.
Ths NION CENTRAL
ne of the Stanaard Companies 0
United States. The best Policy
.en is by this Company. Call and
I. L. BONHAM,
State Agent South Carolina
e in Rear Central National Barn. J
CQLUMBIA. S. C.