Newspaper Page Text
NL WBEBRY. S. C,
WEDIESKY. AUGUST 2,1893.
Are You Going to the World's Fair?
If so, see that your ticket reads via
Cincinnati and the C. H. & D. and
Monon-the acknowledged "World's
Fair Route"-the only line.out of Cin
einnati connecting with E. T. V. & G.
und Q. & C. train No. 2, arriving Cin
einnati 10.30 p. m ; a solid train carry-:
ing through sleepers from Jacksonville,
Savannah, Birmingtiam. Atlanta, Chat
tanocga, Macon and New Orleans via
E. T. V. &-G., Q. & C., C. H. & D. and
Monon Route to Chicago.
You can stop over in Cincinnati if
your ticket reads via the C. H. & D.
and Monon Route, by depositing same
with the Merchants' and -Manufac
turers' Association, Chamber of Com
merce building, corner of Fourth and
Vine streets, one block from Fountain
Square (the C. H. & D. ticket office is
in the same building). This enables
you to visit the picturesque "Queen
City" at no additional cost, and spe
eial efforts will be made to eutertain
strangers hosi.ably and reasonably.
The universal verdict of the travel
ing public is that the Pullman Safety
Vestibuled trains, running every day,
"and Sunday too," via the C. H. & D.
and Monon, between Cincinnati, In
dianapolis and Chicago, are without
doubt the "finest on earth." These
trains were especially built by the
Pullman Company for this service,
and embrace every improvement.
Their magnificent coaches, luxurious
smoking cars, superb sleepers, observa
tion cars, compartment sleeping cars
and unexcelled dining car service,
afford "all the comforts of home."
Leaving Cininnati you pass through
the beautiful Miami Valley, and for
twenty-five miles the double tracks
run through I he very front door yaids
of the finest suburban homes in the
country. Beyond Hamilton and up
to Indianapolis the line is noted for
A stop over 4t Indianapolis, the cap
ital of Indiana, may be obtained by
depositing your ticket with the secre
tary of tl,-, Commercial Club. This
.-ity is iore worthy 'of a visit than
almost any other of its size in the
West, and ofrt-rs the greatest induce
inents to traveler and tourist. Be
tween Indianapolis and Cbicago the
line traverses the very best agricul
tural and commercial territory, and
the ride is one of unparalleled com
fort and beauty.
Bear in miud that the C. H. & D.
and Monon Route trains all run via
Burnside Crossing, from which point
the Illinois Ceitral suburban trains
run directtto t he World's Fair Grounds
every moment.- At Englewood con
nection is made with the electric cars,
which rre w'fry five minutes to the
grounuds, r.ut ne recommend all per
sons to go directly into the Dearborn
. Station, which is located in the heart
of the city and from which all street
car lines ~converge, then go directly by
car or cab to your hotel or boarding
place. First locate yourself; know
where and how you are to live while
in Chicago. Get the locality firmly
fixed in your mind, before going to the
World's Fair by any of the numerous
convenient ways; the cable cars, elec
tric roads, elevated railroad, Illinois
Central R. R, suburban trains and the
steamboats afford ample accommoda
t ions for all possible visitors, and its is
but five-mintes ride from the business
portion of the city to the grounds.
Take your breakfast down town. buy
your lunch at the grounds, and take
your supper down town. If you follow
these suggestions you will save money.
* The facilities for serving lunch at the
WYorld's Fair Grounds are extraordina
. ry and the prices are cheaper than at
your own home, but breakfast and
supper should be taken down town, or
at your boa-ding house. The World's
Fair is already the most astounding
and stupendous spectacle ever at
* tempted any people, and a day's visit
will afford more delight and instruction
than can possibly be obtained in any
other way or by the same expenditure
of monecy. For further particulars, de
scriptive pamphlets, rates, etc., ad
dress* E. A. BoVER,
General Advertising Agent C. HI. &
D). R. R, No. 200 WV. Fourth St., Cin
-An Enormous Kite.
The largest kite ever make in the
United States is that produced in Dur
ham, Greene County. The frame con
sists of two main sticks, 28 feet long,
weighing each 100 pounds, and two
cross-sticks; 21 feet long and weighing
75 ~pounds each. All the sticks were
2x6 inches in dimension. Over the
tramework was stretched a great sheet
of white duck, 2.5x18 feet, which
weighed 55 pounds. The tail of the
kite.alone weighed 50) pounds and con
tained 155 yards of muslin. Twenty
five hundred feet of one-half inch rope
served as kite strings. The plaything
cost $100, and when it is mounted into
the air it exerts a lifting power of 500
pounds. Six men once permxitted it to
areend 1,000 feet.
It is not what its proprietors say but
what Hood's Sarsaparilla doe-s, that
tells the story. Hood's Sarsaparilla
FOR reno'uating the
entire system, eliminating
all Poisonis from the Blood,
whether of scr-ofu?ous or
malarial origin, this pre~P
aration has no equal. . .
*j~ "For e:ghteen mnonths I had anr
eating sore on mny tongue. I was
Streated by best local jAesician',
but obtained no relief; the sore
gradually grew worse. I jnaly
toek S. S. S., and was entirely
cured after using afew bottles."'
C. B. McL EMOR E,
S Hen.derson, Tex.
T RE TIS on loodand Skin
H E Swzrr SpEcFC Co
'30I 3WA(KET'S 311XICAN wIEDALS
The Irrepressible Judge, Long Lost in
France. Turns up in New York.
Judge Thomas J. Mackey, of 3U'S
West IlIGth street, is a veteran of the
war with Mexico, and is the proud pos
sessor of two medals given for bravery
in the field. These medals have a his
tory, and Judge Mackey told it to a
reporter for the New York Times re
"Yes sir, I am very proud of these
medals," he said as he exhibited them.
The large one was from the State of
South Carolina. On one side were the
arms of the Palmetto State, the names
of three famous generals, Dickinson,
Butler and Gladden, and the inscrip
tion: "Animis Opibusque Parati. Dui
Spiro Sper3. To the Palmetto Regi
ment-Thomas J. Mackey."
On the obverse side was an engrav
ing of the landing of the American
army at Vera Cruz on March 9, 1847,
and the names of the battles: Vera
Cruz, Contreras, Churutuso, Chapul
tepec and Garita de Belen.
The other medal is from the City of
One side bears a representation of the
storming of the City of Mexico, the
name Thomas J. Mat-key, and the bat
tIes Vera Cruz, Churubusco, Chapul
tepec and Garita de Belen. On the ob
verse side in an engraving of the City
Hall of Charleston, wiLh the Goddess
of Commerce welcoming ,n incoming
ship, and just above the word "Charles
ton," the inscription "Corpus Poli icum
Edes, Mores Juraq,e Curat, and
"Presented by the City of Charleston
to the Charleston Company of Volun
teers in Mexico."
'-Those medals," continued Judge
Mackey, "were cast from the iiilion
dollar bounty in silver exacted from
the Mexican Government by Gen.
Wifield Scott soon after the entry
into the City of Mexico.
"I was a boy of 14 years old when I
enlisted, and I served in all the battles
of the Valley of Mexico. I was shot
and bayonetted several times, received
my worst wounds at Belen Gates in .the
storming of the City of Mexico. The
flag of the Palmetto Regiment was the
first foreign flag planted on the walls
of the capitaL since the time of Cortez.
We went to the war 1,120 strong, bnt
only 109 of us came back.
"In the civil war I was a captain of
engineers on the Confederate side.
After I returned to civil life T was elec
ted a Judge of the 6th Circuit Court of
South Carolina, resigned in 18S3."
Baldness iseither hereditary or caused
by sickness, mental exhaustion, wear
ing tight-fitting hats, and overwork
and trouble. Hall's Renewer will pre
LOW RATE EXCURSION TICKETS
THE WORLD'S FAIR.
THE QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE,
widely known as the road runnmng the
"Finest Trains in the South," is in the
field to carry everybody from the South
to the World's Fair at Chicago. No part
of the Southern country is left uncared
for by this great railway and its connec
tions. The Through Car System is an
admirable exposition of the wonderful
capabilities of American railroading.
From New Orleans and Birmingham
through Sleeping Cars run daily via
Cincinnati to Chicago without change.
From Shreveport, Vicksburg and
Jackson another Through Sleeping Car
Line comes to join and become a part
of te magnificent Vestibuled Through
Trains, which passing through Bir
mingham and the famous Wills Valley
>f Alabama, is joined at Chattanooga
by the train from Jacksonville, Fla.,
Brunswi"k and Atlanta, Ga., over the
E. T. V. & Ga. Ry., and proceeds North
over the beautiful Cincinnati Southern,
through the grandest natural scenery
and most attractive historical country
in the world, to Oakdale, where two
magnificent Pullman Cars are received,
oming from the Richmiond & Danville
System from Charleston, S. C., through
Columbia, S. C., the beautiful Freneb
broad country, and Asheville, N. C.,
and Knoxville, Ten n., one car to Cin
cinnati, the other via Louisville to
Chicago. The Sleeping C'ars from Jack
son ille, Savannah and Macon also run
through to Chicago via Cincinati
The time to Chicago is made so as to
flord the most convenient hours for des
partures from the principal cities, and'
arrivals in Chicago.
Passengers can purchase tickets good
over one line North of the River, and
returning via another if they desire a
variable route without extra eharge.
Or they can tgo via Cincinnati, re
turning via. Louisvilte or vice versa.
Round trip tickets on sale at re-duced
rates. A gents of the Chicago line will,
on request, assist in looking up rooms
or accommodations for visitors to the
Everything that an almost perfect
ssytem can devise to deserve the praise
and patronage of the traveling public
has been provid, d. Any of the agenms
of the company named below, will
ebeerfully give all possible information
and assistance. R. H. Garratt, New
Orleans, La. I. Hardy, Vicksbuirg,
Miss. .T. R. McGregor, Birmingham,
Ala. E. T. Charlton, Chattanooga,
enn. W. D. Cozatt, Junction City,
Ky. D. G. Ed wards, Cincinnati, Ohio,
or any Agent of the E. T. V. & Ga.
The Pigspies of Spain.
[From C-assell's Magaz ne ]
As might have been expected, thie
dwarf race of Morocco and the Atlas
has been traced to Europe, and fairly
pure types are found in Spain, especial
ly in the province of Gerona. These
pople are only 3 feet 7 inches i o 3 toet
9 inches high, and are otherwise ehar
aterized by a yellow skin, broad squlare
faces, Mongoliatn eyes, and red hair of
a woolly texture. Specimens of them
are occasionally to be seen in the mar
kets of Salamanca; and there is said tc
be a number in the Col de Tosas and
the valley of Rib,as, several hours by
rail from Toulouse. It is not improba
bl that the Mon'golian eye, which is
observed in a small percentage ol
Welsh and English people, is derived
bv inheritance fronm the Iberian pig
mis or a common ancestry.
For Malaria., Liver Trou
ROWN'S IRON BITTERS
EAF ec n LVsLETJLAIE
the efficacy of
Since a c::-e of CUTICURA
SOAP costing 25 cents is suffli
cient to test the virtues of these I
great curatives there is now no
reason why thousands should
go through life
by skin, scalp and blood diseases T
which are speedily and perma
nently cured by the CUTIcuRA
REMEDIES at a trifling cost.
and its cures are the most re
markable performed by any
brood and skin remedy of mod- A
Sold throughout theworld. PoTT%nDRUG
ANVD CuEx. CoRP., Sole Proprietors, Booton.
" All about the Skin, Scalp and Hair," free.
Complexion, hands and hair preserved,
purified and beautified by Cuticura Soap. A
Pain is the cry of a suffering nerve.
Cuticura Anti-Pain Plaster is the I
first and only pain-killing plaster.
Silver Street Dots.
The dry spell has been broken by I
nice rains to the delight of the farmers.
They had about gotten through with B
the grass and were very glad to see it
rain. They are now busy trying to
finish up, or "laying by" as the old T
Dutch saying is.
Prof. J. E. Johnson's school is in a I
Dr. Longshore is kept very busy now,
as he gets a good deal of practice, but
no serious cases that we.have heard of..
The Texas pony races every day and W
not occasionally as it did when the
Col. had it. -
Miss Rosa McCarty, who has been
visiting friends and relatives in this
community, returned to her home near
Mt. Willing, Edgefield County. We
regretted very much to see her leave.
Hope she will not stay long before she
comes again. We havn't heard from
her recevtly, but we hear that two of 4
the young men of this community at- a
tended a barbecue at Mt. Willing, and
we presume we will hear soon. That's
right boys, bring her back.
Judge Etberedge and wife have been
visiting friends and relatives in Edge
field. We regret very much that the 0
judge came back sick. He is still in x
bed, but we hope be will soon be up
The District Conference, at Trinity, m
is the order of the day now with the '
colored people. They have quit theirE
farms and are attending the meeting. re
The protracted meeting is now going m
on at New Chapel. We hope the peo
ple will be greatly benefitted by it. ei
Mr. and Mrs. T. 8. Blair attended
services at St. Luke's Lutheran church, h
last Wednesday. is
It has been so dry that the garden js
vegetables are about out and fruit is tU
getting very scarce.
The election passed oft' very quietly. f,
A very small vote polled.
In s smah disore, take
Anl dealers keep it, $1 per bottle. Genuinehas'
trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.f
WVhet her on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasant
ly arnd effectually on the kidneys, liver
and bowels, preventing fevers, head-3
aches and other forms of sickn4ss. ForE
sale in 50c. and $1 bottles by all leading
druggists. Manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co., only. T
Whbat The.y Knew About Washington.
An Everett school teacher, whose
charges range in age from 5 to 7 years,I
determined to celbrate thbe anniver
sary of the niatal day oif t.ie father of
his country hiv.uskinig a few,~ questions.
This wais the interrigatory which he
propoun ided:' What (can Iion'I tell me
abiott G.orge~ Wasinirgtoni?'' And
these aire a few ofi ti.e idividuials
'"He w:.s h;e mii v ." ya sh ot
"Hle d1s., pe.o i I' i- countl ry." I
"ewas tIhe li:-' . in the world.''i
"Hle was. th umi;ia ntiin ntever brag- B
"'He is the on ly m-in ini the world ai
who never told a lie."
W'.'lcompletely dtroy the desire' for T(
less; cau,se nosicknCes. auiri ma.y be givin
edge of the patient, who will vulwxtariiy
the patient, by the use of our SPECIAL F~
Duiring treatmnent pntints are allowed ti
pain-e until such time as they shall volun
We send particulars and pamphlet of1
be glaid to place sufferers from any of the
tion with persons who have ben cu:red by
HILL'S TABLETS are for salo
drgists at S 1 .00 pier packa'ge.
Ifyour druggist does not keep them, e:
and we will send you, by return mail, a j
Write v'onr name 2nd address plaiil'
whether Talets are for ToLacco, Mor]
DO NOT BE DECEIVED into purcbt
any of the various nostruis thast :ire hei
ofred for sae Ask for .ErTT.T/
T.BLETS and take no othier.
MIanufacturcd only by
OHIO CHEIllEA 0q
51, 53 & 55 Opera Block,
I havie u
aIn writing please a
Mamui-l .\linturn Peck, in Courier
he sweetest kiss I ever got
I stole it from Merlinder.
['wuz supper time, and we uns sot
A-sparkin' by the winder;
6hen evenin's shade are glowing long,
For love what hour surpasses?
.nd thar sot we uns, lovin' strong,
A-soppin' of merlasses.
ith trifliu' things a rulin' Fate
Kin lead our path to his'r;
he cornbread slippin' roun' the plate
Jest made me think of kissin'.
z I: "Now aint that boun' of pap's
More yallerer than brass is?"
ut all Merliu 'r said wuz: "P'rhaps,"
Her niouth full of merlasses.
looked at Linder. Oh, her eyes,
How blue they wuz! How takin'
hey filled my buzzum full of sighs
And set my heart to achin'.
[n old maids' lives no sweetness
St z I: "See my Aunt Cassy's."
[er inder choked and said: "How's
Still sopin' them merlasses.
felt my face a-gittiu' hot,
And Linder, she jest giggled;
nd I, a-lovin' fool, jest sot
And b!u-hed and blusned and wrig
z I: "I'm nt like other chaps;
I'm greener than the grass i6?"
nd Linder softly whispered. "P'r
Still*chasiu' thL i merlasses.
owu Linder's rosy, dimpled chin
Long-sweetnin' wuz a-drippin'.
he smiled. My head began to spin;
My heart wuz jest a-skippin'.
fetched one breath and gave a jump,
I trod on grau'pap's glasses;
ut me and Linder wus a lump
Of love and of m erlasses,
t HATHAWAY &0 0,1
re the lendtng and most successful spaciatists an
11 give you help.
Young and mid
die aged men.
suits have follow
ed our treatment.
Many years ot
varied and success.
in the use of cura
tive methods that
we alone own and
control for all dis
orders of men who
-have weak. unde
veloped or dis
eased orgi,9 or
who are sufferin
rom errors of
vouth and excess
he scorn of thetr
ellows and th e
contempt of their
friends and com
pantons. leads us
guarantee to all patienti. If they can possibly
restored, our own exclusive treatment
IIIafford a cure.
WOMEN! Don't you want to get cured of that
eakness with a treatment that you can use at
me without instruments? Our wonderful treat
t has cured others. Why not you? Try it.
DATARRH, and diseases of the skin. Blood.
tart, Liver and Kidneys.
iPTLJs-The most r"pid. safe and effective
medy. A complete Carec Guaranteed
BRIN DYSEASES of all kinds cured wh.ire
my of.hers have failed.
CTNNATUAL DISOCHARGES promptly
mred in a few days. Qufck, sure and' safe. ' his
ludes Gleet and (,onorhxea.
TRUTri AND FACTS.
We have cured cases of ChronIc D4aeases thatI
.e failed to get cured at the hands of other specis
. and medical Institutes.
_ .m.R EM E2r:ER that there is hope
r Y - 1 C->sult no other. as you may waste valuale
ne. Jbtain our treatment at once.
Beware of free and cheap treatments. We give
e best and most scientific treatment at moderatc
ces-as low as e-nn be done for safe and skillful
tatment. FREE consultation at the oralce or
mail. Thorough examination and careful diag
'Is. A home treatment can he gIven inam-tJority
cases. send for sym'tom Blank No. I1for Men:
). 2 for Women: No. 3 for skin Diseases. All corre
ondence answered promptly. Business strictIly con
ential. Entire treatment se-nt free from oihevea
,. Refer to onr patients, banks and business man
Address or call on
)R. HATHAWAY & CO.
22 -2 Sout' Broad Street. ATLANTA, CA
P ALK(E 'S
H AIR Bk.LSAM
S Clenr.r. s,ad lwautmiea the hair.
l'rom:en lumn t grwth.
- air to ts Youtfu Clr. e
Cures scalp diseases e hair tslling.
d0cand 31.00at Druggists
eConsumptive and Feeble and all who
refrosn exhsustin.diseses,ihould useParker's Gin er
IN ERORM The oDly.sre cureror Cora..
res all Female Complaints and Monthly;
regularity, LeucorrheaorWhites, Paininj
ack or Sides, strengthens the feeble, builds
>the whole system. Ithascured thousands
id will cure you. Druggista.have it. Send
mp for book.
DB. J. P. DE0IG00LE * CO., Louisville, Er.
WE GLUAAN,EE A
caret ul inve. stigration a-s to our respi
Eity and the merit3 of our Table.ts
oride of Gold Tablet
BACCO in froml tn5 days. Perfectly harm
in acup of ten or coffee withont ane knowl
;top soking or clewinag in a few days.
IT can he cured at home, and with
out any cifort on the part; of
OMULA GOLD CURE TABLETS.
i free use of Liquor or llor
tarily givet them up.
;estimnOials free, and shall
s habits in commuunica
by all FInST-CLASS,
cse us SI .00
atckge of our
, an dsttO
and smoked f<
of your Tabliets
TEg onlIo CIEMICAL Cl
for $1.00 worth of your
them all rigiat?an d, alt.hougl
they did the work it: less ti
T Om:o CurvIcAI. Co. :--GENTLtE3
otiof praise for your Tablets.. My
iIquor. ari th rou;-: :.friend. I w as edl t<
r-ou, in order to know tae cure w as permanen
:no CIMICA L Co :-Gr.NT Li: EN-Y our Table'
a- :uorphii.e, hypoderic.y, frsvny
tes of your T abats, and witnout anty effort on
.Adaress all Orders t<
STHE OHIO CHEI
1, 53 e.nd 55Op
tentlon this paerJ
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher'
and Children. It contains neit
other Narcotic substance. It
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothin
It is Pleasant. Its guarante
Millions of Mothers. Castoria
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castoriaisso well adapted toch:ldrcnthnt C
I recommend it as superior to any prescription S<
known to me." H. A. ARncER, M. D., K
111 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
The uee of 'Castoria' is so universal and
its merits bo well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent families who do not keep Castoria
within cas;y reach." I
C..os 3AnTYN, D. D.,
New York City.
THE CENTAuR Cox
:: THE STA
WOO WOAN MAHlER
BR /V ANATL"MCiNR
THE STA VEDARD'S MACHI TO VICTORY.
WIE G.-TURANTEE&F Xrr )F
WGODN ORKIN MACHINERY
SAW MILL MACHINERY
RICE HULLING MACHINERY.
ENGINES AND BOILERS. ~ A
Itate Agency for Talbott & Sons' Engines and
~o!lers. -aw and Grist M ills.
~rewer's Brick Miachinerv.
ou b!e Scre w Collon Presses.
hoas' Djirect-Ath& g Steam Presses-no
homas'Reed Cotton E erators. C
ali and Lummius Gins.
~ngelberg Rtice Huilers.
~.B. Smith Co.'s Woodworking Machinery.
laners, Band Saws. Mioulders. Mortisers,
~enoners, comprising complete equipment 1
r Sash, Door and Wagon Fa'rtories. N
eLoach Plantation Maw Miii1, varIable feed.
leling, Fitting and 2.1acinery su ppiies.
Write to Me before Buying- T
V. C. BADHAM, Manager, on
COLUMBIA, S. C.
. ,6 .nw:, a:The
sn wer'. Tr,.. -cro-np:-..r fip. Weigh iI5Sbs 1951bs 50 lhe U
ess'o *Uth . ' f..fl:on5ths' fre a ut..... 4s . 37 in. Hin.
tp1d. Will cheerfrndy rei' , isiries with stamp inclo.ed."
.TIENTS TREATED $7 5f.:t. CONFIDENTIAL
rrd.... No. Starving. s'd--' I..n stamp. ror partienuars te SA.1
i. 0. IV. F. SliYDER. F' T HEATE R CBWACO. lLL
hysicians and Surgeons.
Office-Main Street; Room 14, over
ooer & Gog,zans' store.
who have been
Cured by the use of
'lI OUro CuRItyCA L Co.:
In.:n i:-l h.tve been using your
for tobnceo habit, nd found it would
it you claim for it. I used tea cents
fthe stron~ge- chewing tobacco a day.
01me to ty e s :::rs; or I would smoke
xorty nir's of tobacco. Have chewed
sr twenty-live ye::rs, and two packages
Cutd me so T ha ve r o d!emire for it.
B. M. JAYLO ItD, L.esiie, Mich.
Donas FERRT,. N. Y.
alets for roh:acco IIabit. I received
1 was b. .h -'. eavy:sm oker and chewer,
a three' , '.. I amn ciured.
.N:-It gives mae pleasure to speak a
o w:as strongly addic ted to the use of
try vo:.r 'y:.b;cts. Eec was:a heavy and
a,'es 1 i *e,e d2ays he quit drinking,
- w:'io 'I :-r month before writing
-- T:::.:a :uly,
r,IN'-t. ATI, OHIO.
; hae perforrned latmira.e ia my case.
ars and have bea cured by the use of
my part. W. L. LO)TEGAY.
era Block. IMA, OHIOo.
s prescription for Infants
her Opium, Morphine nor
is a harmless substitute
Syrups, and Castor Oil.
e is thirty years' use by
is the Children's Panacea
3-toria cures Colic, Constipation, a
>ur Stomach, Diarrhs, Eructation,
ills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
'ithout injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
>ur 'Castoria,' and shall always continue to
> so as it has invariably produced benefici -
EDwnr F. P&az, M D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
mxy, ri Muaay Svazzr, Nzw Yoam Crn
MfOST SIMPLE AND LIG HT
,W NR'UNNING Machine made
1L does the largest range of work
of any macbine and gives entire
satisfaction. Being a continuous
movement, gets rid of all friction.
SIX YEARS on the market,
and 200,000 Machines sold, 10,000
sold within last the year.
TE LUDlES LIKE IT ad WISE IT.
(-9tandard Rotary Snuttle
one solid piece of steel.]
Breaking &edIes or Skipping Stteies.
OR FIVE YEARS.
StaICUM &41i M1cync, Co.
D. B. W HEELER
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
NEWBERRY, S. C.
every citizen of Newberry and the
County who are thinking of buy
ing a machine to call on D. B
Examine The Standard
BEFORE BUYIN AHY OTHER.
valuable Book for a Farner and
lumbian Souvenir Spoon.
E GREAT SOUTHERlN FAMILY
rs to every Yearly Subhscriber either
of the abo,ve Premiums
Weekly News and Courier 1
ar (with Premium).........$1.00
Weekly News and Courier 6
oth (witho;ut Premium)......5(
[PL E COPIE.' AD D CIRCUL ARS.
Charleston, S. C
Padgett Pays the Freight I
Alge i diustrated Cata jUub@
Stoves and Baby CrigSwill be
male tree, if o mFenlS h
tnmz arg ities, ad payth
kre are a fw samples:
A No. 7 flat topOCoking Stove with
Scooking utensils, deliverd te 5a7
A ihole CokifBaage uU
A nie Parlor uait, ubbSE
inof Parlr Sat o sel en
bedsaead, enclose wasta,fi
utt 9 pieces; chairs have ease seats,
Other 8ults bohoeper and more
I pair '.ttingha aeC .rtain
A nL-- I - bw hadte,7fL. long, 3
ft. wi.i.. ...- .g roiieru.e'ith fringe
for 501 em
No fr--i.m:: mat-' n ab:tdes and Cur
ra. s angI--4d *arer--t 'n eOonkAetto
'-r*:i for <'atninoC.. A.i-tr.-als
T. -F P Ar MrT
That it is not wise to experiment
with cheap compounds. purporting
to be blood -purifiers, but which
have no real medicinal value. To
make use of any other than -the old
standard AYER'S Sarsaparilla-the
Superior Blood-purifier-is simpy
to invite loss of time, money, and
health. If you are afflicted with
Scrofula, Catarrh, ZRheumatism,
Dyspepsia, Eczema, Running Sores,
.Tumors, or any other blood disease,
be assured that
It Pays to Use
AYER'S Sarsaparilla, and AYER'S
only. AYER'S Sarsaparilla can
always be depended upon. It does
not vary. It is always the same in
quality, quantity, and effect. It is
superior in combination, proportion,
appearance, and in all that goes to
build up the system weakened by
disease and pain. It searches ou'
all impurities in the blood and ex
pels them by the natural channels.'
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer& Co., Lowell. MaMs.
Sold by all'Druggists. 1'rice $I; air bottled, $.
Cures others,will cureyou
SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD
TO SAVANNAH AND FLORIDA VIA
Effective July 2nd, 1893.
Read Down. Read UP.
Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
s io am Lv......Asheville.......... %r 640pm
8 42 am.......... Skyland,.......-:t-. 6 09 p m
9 16 a m...........Eender-monville,..... 5 3t p m
9 27 arm.............FLat Rock.......-.. 5 22 P m
10 41 am ............Lanreni, 1. C....... 2 5 pm
1150 am..... ....... Abbeville,............... I 15pm
1110 am................Clinton, ............... 2 15 pm
9 20 am...............Walhalla,............. 6 (pGm
10 0 am................Seneca,................. 5 30 m
1115 am..............Anderson,............. 4 24pm
11 45 am............Spartanburg,... 2 50 p m
1 :O p m........ .Union. S C ......... - 30 p m
10 16 am.............Greenvilie................ z 15 p m
12 55 p m.............Greenwood........ 2 r p m
2 39 p m.............Newberry................12 50 p m
s 3> p m...............lton............. 12 03 p m
4 4. :%.. Ar .......Columbia........LvL 11 2Uam
Central Time. - Central Time.
3 20 p m Lv....Columbia. SC....Ar lo 2D a m
5 03 p m..............Denmark ............... 87 a m
5 52 p m................Fairfax............... 7 49 am
8 00 p m....Ar savannah, Ga. Lv..... 6 00 a m
6 10 am Lv .......Savannah, Ar.. .... 8 32 p m
8 00 am..................Jesup,................. 6 25pm
9 15 am...............Waycrosm.............. 5 15 p I
12 00 noon Ar Jacksonville, Fla Lv 2 00 p m
SUth of Columbia, Trains use 90th Merid
lan Time. North of Columbia, Trains use
75th Meridian Time.
Close connections at Savannah with the
Ocean Steamship Co's elegant steamers for
New York, Philadelphia and Boston, and
with the Plant System of Railways and
Steamers for Co na and al points in Florida.
EDWARD l'Fo2D. Supt.
L M. FLE3ING. Gen'l Pasm. AgL
Jos. F. GRAY, Trav. Pass. AgL
EABOARD AIR LNif.-Short line to
Norfolk and Old Point, Vs., and Columbia,
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. -. Effect July
No. 38 No.134 Eastern Time No. I1 No.4L
Daily. Daily. except Atlanta Daily. Daily.
6 30am 6 05pm Iv Atlanta ar 7 30am 6 45pm
U Depot ety tm
0 05an 8 1pm 1v Athens ar 6 'Kam 5 ftm
Lilamn 91Lpmn ar Elberton lv 622am 4"M
12 15pm10 00pm ar Abbeville lv 4 27Am 30(pM
1246pm 10 25pm ar Greenw'd lv 4 02m 2 41
I 4opm11 m2p ar - Clinton lv 3a;Ma I a mm
332pm 11224am ar Cheater ar! 2 7am1145a
5oopmt 150amfar Monroe lyil250amnll~
6l15am-ar Raleigh IV' 830m
7 89am arHenderony 6 '
9g0am ar weldon iv 135~
14amarRichm dl 2~lu
340pm arWash'ton !v 10 Sai
5 24pm ar Baltimorelv 9 42am
10 srnar NewYork lv 12ar 15am
4 500amlar Charlotte lv 10 00pmI -
| 9 0:amlar Wilm'gn lv~ 500pmI
2 00pm ~ Iv Clinton Sr ~ 1 Ep
2 42pm1 ar Newberry lv l23pm
257pm arPrseiyv 2p
545m I ar Sumter liV 953am
8 41pm arCharlestonlyi 715lam
7 53pm I j arDarlingt'ulv ! I #a
135mlr orsmthri3 11p
11i 45anmily Norfolk 1v; 300m
16.ipm:arNorf'ik barj 8 Oa
~700am ar Balto lv: 6 30pm
10 47am ar Piniadel lvy 4 4lpml
1 20pmnar NewYork lvit2 10pm
555ptm v Porta'h(n)lv~ 9 10aml
5 10amnlar Philadel lv 111pm
8 00am lar NewYorkl1i 60p
6 00pm' lvPorts'h(w)aj 800am
6 30amtarWash'gt'n lvi 700pm
tDaily except Sunday.
(b) Via Ray Line. in, Via New York. Phia
delphia and Norfolk Ralroad. (w) Via Norfolk
and Washington Steamboat Co. Trains No.. 134
and 117 run solid with Pullman buffet slin'
cars between Atlanta and Washington,an
Pullman Buffet parlor cars between washing. .
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon and
Portsmout,b: Sleeping car Hamlet and WIl-.
mlngton. Trains No.34 and 41 carry through
coaches between Atlanta and Charleston, 6. C.
0. V. SMITH. TraCie Manager. -
.JOHN C. WINDER, Gen'l Maniager.
H. W. B. GLOVER. Div. Pass. Agent. A,tlanta.
ATlANTIC ASSEleGER DKPA.RT-wKT.
Wilmington, N. C., Jane 18,1i88.
Between Charleston and Columbia an Upper
South Carolina.and North Carolina
and A thens and Atlanta.
GOING WEST. GoiNG Eas2
7 15 Lv....Charleston--Ar. 8 45
8 44 " ...Lanes............ " 7435 -
9 4i " ...8mmater.......... " 5 45 .
115Ar....Columbta......Lv. 4 20
1229 "4 ...,Prsprity..... -*257
1243 " .....Newberry...... ' 242
130 "4 ......Clnton...." 200
2 41 "4 .....Ureenwood..... " 1248
3 09 " ......Abbeville... " 1215.
5 CS " .........Athens........ " 10 06
7 4: ".....At lanta........ " 7 3&
p m '.Wnsoo.. a m
6 10 "..nnbr..." 1154
7 30 " .....Charlotte....... " 9 35
p m pm
3 57 " ......Anderson..... " 1255
4 45 " ......Greenville... " 11ib7
10 15 " ......Asheville... ' 7 00
o.52and 53 Solid trains between Charles
ton and Clinton, S. C.
H. M. EMERSON, Ass't Gen'l Pass. A gent.
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager.
J. R. KENLY, Gen'j Manager.
HISTORICAL, BIOGRiCAL, ANCDOTICAL
JOHN BELTON ON'EA LL, LL.D.
JOHN A. CHAPMAN, A. M.
A Histery of the Town and ('ounty fz.
the Earliest Settlemnent.
The P.evolutionary Period,
The Nullification Period, -
The Days of 1881-65,,
History of First Settlers.
Names of Every Soldier:
who volunteered from
Cloth; 816 pages, 6 x 9 30 Portra.it
Engravings; Full Index.
Price $3.00 net; Postpaid $3.*.A
3$P Sent on recipt of price.
AULLJ & HOUSEA L, Publishers.
Even Wealth Has Its Lialtations.
The Nawab of Rampur stayed a
hole week in Chicago. His income
$400,000 a year.
It is very evident that the ma
>rity of the editors of our secular
ailies do not go.to church. Their
:norance of religious matters is ap
alling. Their estimate of the value
f religion is low. Their opinion of
ieir own discernment in spiritual
iings is proportionally exalted.
[ow can they know, unless they
Ltend religious services. Proprie
)rs ougbt to see it that their reli
ious editors should study reli
Frivolous curiosity about trifles
nd laborious attention to little ob
.cts, wbich neither require nor de
erve a moment's thought, lower a
2an, who from thence is tbougbt,
nd not urjustly, incapable of
N. L DOUCLAS
83 SHOE NOrTP
Do you wear them When next l wed trY a paIr.
Best in the world.
$3.50 - R20
if you want aine DRESS SHOE, iade la the latest
tyfes, don't pay $6 to $8 try my $3, $3.50,$4.00or
,5 Shoe. They it equal to custom made nd look nd
,ear as weln. If you wish to economize In yourfootwear,
o so by purchasing W. L Douglas Shoes. flame and
rice stamped on the bottoml look for It when you buy
W.LX. XOUGL",. Brckton, K..SOld by
D. M. JAMIESON.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
We are now prepared to do every
:hi ig in the line of building
Scroll Sawing, and
.eas Al! kinds of Turning.
Wlogrind corn t wo days in a week
Tuesday and Satiurday.
We deal in all kinds of lumber-dressed
WVe will accommodate town and coun
try at shortest notice.
ILL WVORK UILIINEEU,
QUALITY AND PRICE.
WE WILL REPAIR ALL
We have bought Mr. Shoekley's
nterest, and the firm name now is
THOS S. SEASE,
EtanlIqB at Law,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
~ractices in all the Courts of the Stat
ollections a specialLy..
IA FULL LINE
IGARS AND TOBACCO.
lall and Examine.
I MARVELOUS DISOVERY!
ECl Positively removes
\ enr rVeterinary