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NE JVBERRY. S. C.
WEDJESDAV. AUGUST 16, 18W.
'"After suffering for about twenty-4ie
years from scrofulous sores on the legs
and arms, trying various medical courses
without benefit, I began to use Ayer's
Sarsaparilla, and a wonderful cure was
the result. Five bottles sufdiced to r.
store me to health."-Bonffacia Loper,
3WZ E. Commerce st., San Antonio. Texas.
" My daughter was afflicted fer nearly
a year with catarrh. Tie physicians be
- Ing unable to help her, my pastor recom
mended Ayer's Sarsaparilla. I followed
his advice. Three months of regular
treatment with Ayer's Sarsaparilla and
Ayer's Pills completely restored my
daughter's health."-Mrs. Louise Rielle,
Little Canada, Ware. Mass..
a For several years, I was troubled
with inflammatory rifeumatism, being so
bad at times as to be entirely helpless.
For the last two years. whenever I felt
the effects of the disease, I began to take
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. ald have not had a
spell for a long time."-E. T. Hansbrough,
Elk Run, Va.
For all blood diseases, the
best remedy Is *
Curesothere,'will cure you
The Experlene"~and the Conclusions of the
Father of a Family.
"The children. were noisy," said the
father of a family, "no dou t about it;
and the people above us, the people be
low us, and the people all around ug,
In the flat we lived in then, kicked,
d kicked bard. We moved and took
house. We didn't see how we could
disturb anybody living In a house, but
we did, of course, the children went
into the street more or less to play, and
half the people in the block qaid that
ours were the noisiest children they
ever heard of. We moved again, this
time to the suburbs, where the houses
were separate ani,we hoped,far enough
apart so that the children wouldn't
"The children were greatly delighted
with the lawn and the yard. They
had never had grass to play on before,
except in the city's parks and for a
while in the summer when we had
gone out of town on my vacation.
They romped and roared and made
more nolsu than ever, and yet the
neighbors kicked. They were polite
and agreeable, al, and the foot was in
a carpet slipper, but the kick was vig
orousa all the~ same, andI we moved
again, this t ime to the Rocky Moun
"We didn't see whom we could dis
turb there, but before long we got a
protest from the grizzly bears who said
the children disturbed them. We
thought the grizzlies were a lhttle un
reasonable in this. Still there was a
protest that we felt bound to respect
and we moved. This time we went
due north and took up a quarter sec
tion near the centre of the polar re
gions. No neighbors, no prospects of
our disturbing anybody; children great
ly tickled with tne north pole, u-ed to
go out and play around it daily,
everything apparently going along
comfortably, when we were waited
on by a delegation from the gram
puses, the walruses, and the polar
bears; they said the children made so
much noise they couldn't sleep nights,
and they couldn't stand the racket.
Really. this seemed like crowding us a
little, but after looking the polar bear
chaIrman over for a moment, I thought
I didn't care to discuss the question
with him, and that perhaps on the
whole it might be as well for us to
move, and we did.
"Wheret Back to where we were
at the beginning, and, while still striv
ing fiithfully to keep the children
within bounds, less disturbed by them
nor ourselves land disposed to take the
neighbors' complaints rather more phi
losophically, for we are convinced that
children will be children, and that It
Isn't possible to keep young children
Their Names All Begin with L.
PARKERSBURG, W. Va., July IS
Dr. Rupert of Big Clear Creek, in
Greenbrier, is the father of eight girls
and seven boys, and the name of each
one of the children begins with a con
aonant. L. an 1 ends in a vowel. The
following are the names of the girls:
Ledona, Lorena, Lycena, Lacelia,
Launa, Lydabo, Lowega, Lewda. The
boys are Lavira, Livigua, Luaezo, Lea
v'ey, Ladura, Leomda, and Leslie.
Fatal Fall is apartanburg.
[Spt cisl to New s and Courier.)
SPA RTA NRlURO, A :gust II--Charles
Daricott, a w-hite painter, 27 years old,
ws suiddenly kille'd to-day. H e anid
parapet of the fronit if (Carlisle & Canm
nou's store whmen The sw inmging se:tiold
gave way anid D)aticott :ell tihirt y fet
t the stone~ pavement. H :, heads wa
criushe-d. Wilkie cluitcheid a p'ulley rope
and climbated to thme top ' ti-e bo'uwe.
One of the rope atims holding the
se ff.dld broke.
- *Y 001 AN NOS
.wU n m a m vvmAoa v
FiVE MILLION BUSHELS.
That is About ths Annual Crop of Pea
nuts-A Valuable Plant.
Vrom the New York Independent.1
The "goober" industry of Norfolk is
uniqie. Here is a little city in Virginia
that has become the greatest distribut
ing centre of peanuts in the world. A
peanut is a pretty small item, but. in
annual crop of something like -5.00,000
bushels, worth millious of dollars,
makes a pretty big item.
The demand for goobers has doubled
within the last fiveyears and thesupply
does not yet fill the growing demand.
Few people know the curious uses to
which the goober has been put in
trade quite of late years. No other
single plant raised in this country is
used in so many different ways. The
Chinese say the cocoanut palm has as
many useful properties as there are
days in the year. The goober is not so
universal as that, but it basas many
valuable qualities as there are days in
the week. The solid part of the nut is
peculiarly nutritive and supplies fruit
and food for many a family. The vines
make fine fodder, some say as good as
clover hay, while bogs fatten on what
is left in the fields after the crop has
If you grind the nut you get a sweet
quality of flour, with which the house
wife makes delicious biscuit. If you
squeeze It you obtain a valuable oil,
resembling olive oil and used for simi
lar purposes. This oil also enters large
ly into the nanufacture of the better
grades of soaps. The kernels are -,Iso
used in the manufacture of some kinds
of chocolate. The confectioner helps
to ruin our digestion in our boyhood
days with peanut candy; the Georgia
cook alone knows how to make rich
pastry of pounded peanuts. The artists
with paint brushes, silks and satins
create novel and beautiful peanut orna
ments; so that peanut dolls and other
curios may now be seen in the shop
windows, especially around the holi
These are some of the ways in which
the leguminous nut is useful to us. The
goober is grown more or less in'all the
Southern States. The bulk of our sup
ply comes from Virginia, North Caro
lina and Georgia. Down South these
edible nuts are called "goobers" or
"pinders." They are not known as
peanuts. Now that the demand is in
creasing and good prices are obtained,
more growers are going into the busi
ness every year. Few crops are easier
to raise than the goober. It is a hardy,
prolific plant, and requires no more
care and attent ion than a crop of pota
j&Mid-Summer Novelties I Ladles' Kats4
Plaia or elaborate, a toilette can
hardly become a success without an
accompanying hat which will harmo
nize and add to it the indispensable
finishing toneh. But the selection of
the latter is a problem of considerable
study, for one must bear in mind the
ircumstances for which a costume ia
intended and accordingly choose the
muost appropriate head-gear. One must
also consult the possibilities of one's
purse, and most important of all, one
is compelled to remain meanwhile
within the proper boundaries of the
latest styles. When we come to the
latter, however, what a bewildering
embarrassment of riches confront us!
For the choice may extend from the
plain tailor toque to the complicated
garden hat made of some sheer mate
rial, in other words, it may-include the
whole range of the milliners' crea
tions: delicate tinted straws; poenls
f lace and f1owers or of material simi
lar to that of the costume; tennis and
yachting caps; Casino bonnets and the
uinite variety of bridal hats. One of
the characternstic features of the Mc
Dowell Fashion Journal is that they
generally represent a hat of the latest
f.shion with each costume, for the
ouble purpose of giving millinery
ovelties and of illustrating the inti
ate relation between a toilette and
the head-gear. The most popular of
hese Fashion Magazines are: "La
Mode de Paris," "Paris Album of
Fashion," The French Dressmaker"
and "La Mode." The former two cost
$.50 each, a year, or 35 cents a copy.
The French Dressmaker" is $3.00 per
anum, or 30 cents a copy. "La Mode"
cots only $1.50 a year, or 15 cents a
cpy, and is intended to become the
home fashion journal par excellence.
f you are unable to procure any of
hese magazines at your newsdealer, do
nt accept any substitute, but apply
irectly to Messrs A. McDowell & Co.,
4 West 14th Street, New York.
A S350 Confederate oili was passed on
a Brooklyn, N. Y., jeweler Saturday
DIS,wil i teIortyof
Aid yet lieand sieepane pof
theyfacan tand alsioter remic
edis ofath.CUTICURA WrksE
Woners, affod itan cresief, per
ecoinghmors cure whnthe best
wonderful ever recorded.
Sold thronchout the world. Port a ro
noCu Mor.. eepop..Boton. '-All
About the Blood and skin," rmstled I:e
.e Facial mlemishes, tamng hair and sim
pe baby rashes prevented- by Cutlcara soap.
Nervous instanty relieved br a C.ti
ears Plse, because i i
Muscular tah:zes the terre forces and
ZEST1110IALSID u l
WJU completely4destroythe desire for'!
less; cause no sicknejo4, aud may be giv
edge of the patient, who will vuluntaril:
RUMENMS al IORPIRNE D
the patient. by the use of our SPECIAL
During treatment patients are allowed
phine until such time as they shall volu
We send particulars and pamphlet o
be glad to place sufferers from any of t)
ton with persons who have becu cured L
HILL'S TABLETS F-ro for sal
Stegiaat S$1. 00 per packArc.
ftyour druggbL does not keep them,
and we will sond you, by return mail,
Wre your name 3nd address plnin
whether Tablets aro for Tobacco, Mo
DO NOT BE DECEIVED into purc
any of the various nostrun.s I hut aro h
offered for sile. Ask for IIXLa
T.BL ET8 and tako nu other.
Manufactured only by
OHIO CHEMICAL CO, 4
51, 53 & 55 Opera Block,
(I. writing please
IS SWAN IN CONTEMPT.
i Has Been Ordered to Appear ief,re
Judge Simonton at Greenville.
CHARLESTON, S. C., August 9.-An
order has been signed by J udge Simon
ton for Constable C. B. Swan, who
seized a barrel of liquor at the South
Carolina Railway last week, to appear
In court in Greenville, August 17, and
show csuse why he should not be ruled
for contempt and punishment. It also
restrains further interference with the
road and property in its possession and
any disposition being made of the bar
rel seized. It is exactly similar to the
recent sheriffis' contempt proceedings.
The barrel of whiskey that Swan seized
bad been in the railroad depot since
April 13th, awaiting a decision of claim
Indigestion, and Somach disordm eake
BRO'%V'S ILRON BrrW,ERS.
All dealers keep it.31 per bottle. Genuinebas
trade-mark and crossed red lines on wrapper.
How They Do Eat at C4emnaon!
From a private letter written to us
y one of the Clemson students we cull
the following interesting facts concern
ng the amount of provisions consumed:
'WVe use 2} barrels of flour, daily, la
~acks meal for dinner, 45 lbs. rice for
lnner, 45 lbs. hominy for supper and
bhesame for breakfast;644 lbs. sugar
er day, and 154) gallons coffee; 0) gal
lns milk to drink and 30h gallons in
ooking; two quarters of beef for break
fast and the same for dinner; 5 gallons
olasses and 30) lbs. butter at each meal.
he students have ham three times per
reek, it taking 9 hams for each meal;
egetables of all kinds, watermelons,
Do you read the testimonials pub
ised in behalf of Hood's Sarsaparilla?
hey are thoroughly reliable and wor
by your confidence.
A Long Time Bet ween Scrape.
[From the Boston Herald.1
It is :223 years since a blow was last
truck in the House of Commons, and
he offender was then sent by the
peaker to the Tower of London.
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
cures Dyspepsia, In
- pOMGO -
ures all Female Complaints and Monthly
rregularity, Leucorrheaor Whites, Pain in
ack or Sides, strengthens the feeble, builds
p the whole system. Ithascured thousaads
ad will cure *u Druggists have it. Send
Stamp for boo
ME. J. P. DEONGOOLE ACO., LouIsville. Kr.
VIRGINIA Mll.TARY INSTITUIT,
.W.ROBETSN,ar PrS.,sntamtsa en
eisCAGboous~ t gnrl n
careful investigation as to our respe
ity and the merits of our Tablets.
,ride of Gold Tablet,
OR ACCO in from 3 to5 days. Perfectly harm
n in a cup of tea or coffee without tie knowl
r stop smoking or chewing in a few days.
ATTI can be cured at home, and with
ABIT out any effort on the part of
FORMULA GOLD CURE TABLETS.
the free use of Liquor or Mor
ntarily give them up.
testimonials free, and shall
iese habits in comrnmunica
,y the use of our T ABLETS.
0 b,y aU FIRST-CLASS
enclose us $ 1.00
L package of our
ly, and stato
and f rom
from ten to
and smoked fIc
of your Tables <
TRZ OHIO CRMICALC(
for 31.00 worth of your'
them all righ, a:;d, although
they did the work in less thai
THE O11o CH EV ICAL Co.:-GZXTL.M
word of praise for your Tablets. My
liquor, aid through a friend, I was led U4
conAtant drinker. but after using your T
and will not touch liquor of any kind. I hw
you. in order to know Luc cure was permanen1
)Hio CEICAL Co :-Git1qTixvx:-Your Tablet
used morphine, hypoderinicaBy, for seven ye
ges of your Tablets, aud without any effort on
Address all Crders tc
E THE OHIO CHEI
11, 53 and 55 OpI
The Boys Sized Him Up.
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 8.-One of
the Dispensary constables visited Lau
rens last week in the guise of a peddler.
He was spotted and when he got in
with the boys and intimated that he
would like some toddy they gave him
a dose that laid him out. Croten oil is
said to have been'one of the ingredients
that knocked him out.
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 Rolte"-the only Ie out of Cin
cinuati connecting 'with E. T. V. & G.
and Q. & C. train No. 2, arriving Cii
cinnati 10.30 p. m ; a solid train carry
ing through sleepers from Jacksonville,
Savannah, Birmingham, Atlanta, Chat
tanooga, Macon and New Orleans via
E. T. V. & G., Q. & C., C. H. & D. and
MoInon Route to Chicago.
You can stop over in Cincinnati if
your ticket reads via the C. H. & ).
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, andi spe
eial eff'orts will be made to entertaiu
strangers hospitably 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 Monion, between cineiunati, In
dianapolis and Chicago, are without
doubt the "tlinest on earth." These
trains were especially bilt by the
Pullman Company for this service,
and embrace every imlprovemnent.
Their miagniticent coaches, luxurious
smoking cars, superb sleepers, observa
tion cars, compartment sleeping cars
and unexcelled dining car service,
afford "all the comforts of home."
Leaving Cin.-innati you pass through
the beautiful Miami Valley, and for
twenty-five miles the double tracks
run throuigh the very front door yaz ds'
of the finest suburban homes in the
country. Beyond Hamilton and tip
to Indianapolis the line is noted for
A stop over at Indianapolis, the cap
itl of Indiana, may be obtained by
depositing your ticket with the secre
tary of ti, C<m,imiercial Club. This
.-ity is n,ore worthy of a visit thani
almost any other of its size in the
West, and off'ers the greatest induce
nents to traveler and tourist. Be
tween Indianapolis and Chicago the
line traverses the very best agricul
tural and commercial territory, and
the ride is one of unparalleled Coru
fort and beauty.
Bear in mind that the C. H. & D,
and Monion Route trains all run via
Burnside Crossing, from which point
the Illinois Cent ral suburban trainsI
run dIrect to the World's Fair Grounds
every mioment. At Englewood con
nection is made with th,e electric cars,
which run every five minutes to the
grounds. but we recommnenid all per
54ons to go directly into the Dearborn
Station, wt hieh is lhwated in thle heart
of the cliv and from which all street
car lues converge, then go directly by
ear oar eab to your hotel or boarding
pace. First locate yourself; know
where aned how you are to live while
in t'hicago. GSet, the locality firmly
ixed in your mind, be-forx gointg to t he
Worli's F'air byv any of the numerous
conventien-t ws; the cable cars, ele
rc roads, elevated railroad, lIlinois
Central R.. I., suburban trains and the
stem lbats ni!ordi am ple accoimmuoda
tins for all poss$ile visitors, andl it. is
but five minutes ride from the buisineis
port ion of the city to the grounds.
Takevyour breakfast down towna. l.uy
your lunch at the grounds, and take
your supper down toawn. If you follow
these suggestions yo'u will save monev.
Te facilities for serving lunch at thle
World's Fair Gro~auntds are ext raordina,
rv nad the priers are che.aper thain at
votir own i~homtue. buot b.rea kfaist and
-upp,-..r shiul be1, i~ ta,ken doiwn town, or
at v.*ur boai <hin. hi'u-te. Thes W~crls
Fir is alreadyv the~ mis' a-ta,linr
thi:ta. n 1. sibly be. obit:,in' d ta oOn
oth.a wasy . r byv Ih.- .-onae , xna'.di-utre
of mi iney. Fo' fur; .eir p:irnen,t irs. dle
E A 1iba.vER.
Ge,.'r' .\de,.rtisit. Ai.tni C' J
The QrE CsscNT Rot'TE adtbrds the
ckest Schedules, the Finest Equipment.
INLY THROU6H CAR UNE TO CHICA6O.
mn Ashbe'ife, Paint Rock. Rot Springs and
oxville, va R. &D. E. T. V. & I.,Q. &C..
. R. R.. Louisville and the Penna. Lines to
esgo without changee.
a. er ms fn.n Ashevime to Ccie=aa. Both cars
eclose coection with anl Chicago lines.
Ask for your tickets via
RUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE.
myAestethLh.. F a.. G.o Quen
Stpoers .nl.u'. at Ciei-Uu ,-a
e or IndisaPoNs.
0 1mIWr aDS G P. A. - l'T2l,I.
~ c i 'T6slllOaRidl8
who have been
cured by the use of
'R ORIO CTuKICAL Co.:
DAn I:-l have been using your
for tobacco habit, and found It would
It m lr for it. I used tenl cents
t st'gest chewing tobaccos dny.
one to Ve riga"r; or I would smok
forty pip-sof tobncco. Have chewed
'r~~~~ ttewt Leyes.ad facke
,u=znte so , hae od are 1or itap
B. M. JAY LOED, Leslie, Mich.
DoRDs FuNIT, N. T.
~. :-XWFLXE---Somne time ago I sent
rablets for Tobaeco Habit. I roceived
I was both aheavysmokerand chewer,
itree4 isvs. l aincured.
., MATHISW JOHNSON, P.0. BoX 4L
xv:-It gives me pleasure to speak a
son wus strongly addicted to the use of
Stry your Tablems He wassaheavyand
ablets ut three days he quit drin ng,
ro waited fq,ur month before writing
MRS. HELEN MORRISON.
e have perfomeo a miracle i umycas&
srs, lud b&Vjec cured by the use of
my part. W. L. ITEGAY.
) Block. .IMA, OHIO.
NEWBERRV, S. C.
We are now prepared to do every
tbitg in the line of building
Scroll Sawing, and
All kinds of Turning.
We also grind corn two days In a week
Tuesday and Saturday.
We deal in all kinds of lunber-dressed
W-Ae will accominodate to-a n and coun
try at shortest notice.
ILL WORK ULLIRNEED,
QUALIT! AND PRICE.
WE WILL REPAIR ALL
WVe have bought Mr. Shockley's
interest, anid the firmi name now isi
SLIIl & gTO00MIAN
A FULL LINE
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
GaII and Examine.
WOOD WORKINC MACHINERY
BRICK AND TILE MACHINERY
BARREL STAVE MACHINERY
C RAIN THRESHINC MACHINERY
SAW MILL MACHINERY.
RICE HULLING MACHINERY
ENGINES AND BOILERS
Tat g.c Ta l ii I lasns'Enginesand
Irewei's Brick Ma.-hinerv.
I' u b'e screw C'o;t on Pres*es.
Thrbna& lireet-Acti g Steam Presses--no
rhoma-' Reed Cotton E evators.
EIall anid LumniusGinus.
Engelbergr Rice Hullers.
Ka e. nmt o' odorkin, acinery.
renoners. ccprh.n complee equipment
>e/'ach Pla -tation $raw Mill. var able feed.
1eling. Fitting and 3iachinery supphies.
Write to Me before Buying.
V. C. BADHAM, Manager,
n. C. 3. V. $11tan. IrviC Ts TIaTE. CENACL IL
iR. IIOIML & IBLEB,
Ph.ysici.ns and Surgeons.
Office-Main Street; Room 14, Lier
2nea, A. Giogana r'ne.
MAJESTY OF THE LAW IN TEXAS.
He was Altogether Too Busy to Seie his
[From: the St. Louis Republic
In a country seat of a little Texas
frontier town an illiterate old cattleman
was brought up before the grand jury
for cow stealing. The old man had
been stealing cows all his life, and
looked upon this arrest as ajoke, think
ing that his money and his influence
would be able to pull him through.
Consequently be sat through the trial
with a look of sublime unconcern on
his face, cutting on chew after chew of
tobacco and whittling a bit of pine with
his old Barlow knife. The evidence,
however, seems to have been conclusive,
for the jury retired and speedily re
turned bringing in a verdict of guilty,
and the judge asAsed a term of five
years in the penitentiary,
"Whut's that?" exclaimed the old
rascal, jumping up and spitting his
quid out. "Whut's that, gentlemen?
Five year in the penitentiary? Me?
Five year in yer durned ole jail that
'uz built fer hoss thieves an' nigger.?
Why, Jedge," turning to the bench.
"you'll have to fix this thing up! I
can't go! I've got three herds of cattle
to jound up this week; bound to be did,
yer see? Durn yer ole law! What have
I got to do with it? Whut's it got to do
with my maverieks? How does it know
anything about my brand or my year
lin's? Durn yer law! Fix it up, Jedge.
You see how I'm situated."
The Judge was an "old-timer," too.
He had dealt in mavericks before he
took to the lav..
"You're mighty awkward placed,
Boser," he said, "datnned awkward!
Let's see-how -can I accommodate
you?" He scratched his head and
th(ught awhile. "Here's what you kin
do," he went on. "Go an' tend yo'
round-ups an' let me know as soon as
yo' git 'em laid by, then I'll inforce yo'
"Thank yo' Jedge. Thank yo.' That's
far an' squar an'Lneighborly!" answered
the condemned. "I reckon I kin wind
things up in about three months an'
I'll come roun' an' let yo' know."
"Cote's adjourned!" called the Judge,
and he and Boser went around the
corner and txk a drink together.
DR. HATHAWAY & C0,
Are the le-uni and MCAt successul spciallsta an
wi1 give yvu help.
sults have !ollow
ed our treatment
X=7y year's of
- - In the umw of curs
tive method tha
we X = 12o1ad
control for al ds
ordersof mean who
,have weak, Unde
velooed or dIs
e scorn of their
ellowa and the
pnions. leads us
r~ ested, our owi emeluaw s1 eamu
wtU aford a ease.
WOVEN? Don't you want toget euredof that
home wthout Instrment Ou wonderful treat
ment has cured others. why not you? Try it.
CAT.LRRE and diseases of the Skin,.Blood.
Heart, Liver and' KIdneys.
*TPmILIs-The mostrapid. safe and eilective
remedy. A complete Care Guaranseed.
S1EIN DISEASTS of all kinds cured where
many others have failed.
UKWATURAL DISCHARGES promptly
eared In a few days. Quick, sure and safe. This
includes Gleet and Gonorhe~a.
TRUTih AND FACTS.
We have eased cases of Chronic Diseases that
bare taled to et cured atthe hands of other specis'
...... REMEMPER that there i hop
for Y -.'. Consult.no other, as you may waste ma e
time. obtain our treatment at once.
Iew-ae of free and cheap tr'earmenta. We give
the best and most scientific treatment at lioerate
nosis A home tratmnt can he gen I m1rt
Nor Women; io. or Skin Disas. Alcorre
sndnce answred p eomt. Busiess strictlycn
tion. Rlefer to our patients, banks and business ua
Address or call on
DR. HATHAWAY & Co.
na ,-a South Brad Street. ATLANTA. GA
$3 SHOE NOP
Do yea ear them? When nex laeed try apain
s0t In the world.
*4.00 ' *2.50
ffyou want afine DRESS SHOE, msa in the latest
styles, do't payS5to$,tmy $3,$3.0$4.00er
$5 Shoe, They fit equal to custom made and ook and
wear aswell. lf yeu wish to economizunyourf.otvear,
do soby purchasing W. L.Douglas Shoes. Nam and
price sta:niped on the bottom, look for It when you buy
W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, mas. Sold by
A MARVELOUS DISCOVERY!
$ 500 ReWard
This Is the Greatest
Wonder of the 19th
ig, as it does, che
'9 Sworn Proofs Mail
8PA 1 Njf 1o.378 Canal St.,
A TLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmingt'on.N. C..June18. l'3.
Between ('harleston and Columbia anot pper
South Carolinia and North Carolina
and Albhens and Atlanta.
CXJsaDEN-ED SCB EDULE.
GolNGo WEsT. Gozies EAs
7 1'. Lv. ..Charleston..Ar. 8 45
8 41 " ..Lanes-.. " 75
9 43 " ...Sumter......." 5 45
11 S Ar....Columnbla...Lv. 4 20
- 129 "....Proeperity..... --257
1m - ...Clinton..... " 20'
3 9 ...A bheville.". Li1
58" ....Athens ....... " luo05
7 4'' " ...Atlanta......" 7 3i
5 "...Winnboro..... " am
7 31 " .....Charlotte...." 9 35
3 57" ....nderson..... " pm
4 45 "...Gr'eenville... " 1i 57
6% ~ h"....partanburg " 16 20
lo 15 " ......A4'heville... ' 7 00
Nos.. 52 -m-n.' 2Mio!d tralins he7t een Charles.
to.a.ntCinton. '4. C.
11L M. EMERO, Ass't Gem.l Pasa Agent.
T. i. EMERSON.Traffic Man ager.
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitch
and Child.ren. It contains i
other Narcotic substance.
for Paregoric, Drops, Soot)
It is Pleasant. Its guarai
Millions of M~others. Casto
-the Mother's Friend.
"Castorialsso wenl adapted toebldenthat
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
known to me." H. A. Aacms, 31. D.,
1!l So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" The use of 'Castoria' is so universal and
Its merits so well known that it seems a work
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the
intelligent famifles who do not keep Castoria
within easty rec.
Cos ne a.a'rrx, D. D.,
New York City.
T BE ~TA .TA1r 1YA aCH TO VICTORy.
WE GUARANTEE IT
'SAVANNAH ND LORDA VI
Effective July 2nd, 1893.
Bead Down. Read UD.
Eastern Time Eastern Time.
818oa m Lv...Asheville,.......r 6 40 pm
5 42 am............. skyland,.............. 6 09p m 1
9 16 a m...........Hendersonville,...... 583 p me
9 27 am........Flat Rock.......5 22 p m
10 40 am.......Laurns, S.C0........ 2 5 pm
11 50a m.............Abbeville,..........115p m
11 10 am.........Clinton,........ 215 pm
9 3 a m............Wahla,..........605p m ]
I0 0,a m.........Seneca,.........5 pm]
1115 am............Anderson,.........4 24 p m
1 4 am....8aranbrg........... 250 pm]
1 20 p m......Union, sC..........130 p m
1015 am........Greenvile,.............. 15p m
125p m......Greenwo,........... 2 37p m
2 39 pm..............Newerry,.....12 50 pm
3 3.. p m...........Alston,............12 03p m
4lS5p mA r.....Columba.....Lvl 20a m
Central Time. Vent ral Time.
3 20p mLv.....Columbia.S. ...ArlO0 20a m
5 03 p m..........Denmark.........8 37a m
5 52 p m~~~. ............Fix............... 749a m
8 00p m.....Ar savannah,.G. ?.v..... 6400a m
S10 a m Lv.....Savannah, Ar. ..8 2p m
8W0 a m............Jesp.............6 2 p m
9 15a m..........Wayro...........5 1p m
12 00 noon Ar,acksonvlle, Fla Lv2O0up m
South of Columba. Trains uset 90th Merii~
tan 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 Sy'stem of Railways and
Steamers for Cu ba and all points in Floida
EDWA RD l'OiCD. bupt.
1. M4. FLEMiNG. Gen'1 Pass. Ag?.
Jos. F. GRAY. Trav. Pass. Agt.
S EABOARD AIR LINF..-Short line to
Norfolk and Old Point. Va.. and Columbia.
S. C. New line to Charleston, S. C. Effect July
No34'No.13 Eastern Timei No. 1i71 No. 41
Daily. Daily. except Atlanta! Daily. Daily.
6 3'am 5 05pmlIv Atlanta ar 7 30am! 6 45pm
UL Depot ety t
'O 05.m;8 13pm 1v Athens arn 6 seaml 5 08pm
113am 9 Sllpwjar lberton lvi 522a.n~ 4(Gepm
1215Spm 10O00pm larbbeville lvi 4 27amri 3TJ9pm
12 46pml10'4pm ar(reenw'd v' I 42amu 2 41pm
I dpm,l1 12pm arClinton v| 3 iamn I 45pm
33?pml 122Sam'ar Chester ar: 2 7am 11l45am
S uopu4 lSamar Monroe lv:250am 10 15 m
6 15m a RalighIi8 30pmn
7s-m arHenderonvi 6 I3pm
9iA!am ar W eldon lv; a 35pm
.10"am arPetersburglv; 3 43pmi
11 4'am arRichmond lvi 2 3pm~
i 4'pm-ar Was'ton lvl4l.57amn
5 21pm ar'Baltimorelvi 94tam
74.-pm ar Philadel Ivi7 Sauum
5 'mIn ar Charlotte Ir.10 00pm:
___9 0'amlar Wilm'g'n lv: 5 Ppm
2iM'pm lv Clinton ar' I 30pm.
2 42pm a~ r Newberry i~ ; 12 43pmi
2 57pm! arProserity 1l 1 29pm
4 lupnl sr ColumbialIv! 151am
51p :8r umter lvi 9Ma
d53l.m I_ I arDarling'nly I I 70am~
-. 9 2~am ivWeldonya) ar %2nm -
Il a m r Portm'thar 3 lIpm:
I1 45amn lv Norfolk lv. 300pm1
;to >pm atrNorf'lk b ar 800am$
70namn ar Balto lv 6 30pmni
.10 47arn ar Phiiladel lv 4 41pmI
I 2pra ar NewYork 1v.12 l0pm I
5.55pr. v Ports'hin)lv, 9 10am
S luaur rPhiladel Ivl 11 6pm;
8 00a,m ir NewYork lv 00pm
6 00pm ;vPort'hiw)ar 8 team
6 30aiar Wash'gt'n Iv: 700pm1
tDaily except Surnday.
(b) Via Bay Line. 'n; Via New York. Phila
delphia and Norfolk Railroad. (w) Via Norfolk
and Washington .'teamboat Co. Traina Nos. 134
and 117 run solid 'with Pullman buffet sleepin
cars between Atlanta and Washington.an
Pullman Buffet parlor oars between Washing.
ton and New York. Parlor car Weldon and
Portsmouth; Sleeptng car Hamlet and Wil
mington. Trains Nos. 34 and 41 carry through
coaehbes between Atlaata and Charlestoin, s. C..
0. V. SMITh. Trame M4nager.
JOHN C. WINDER. Gen'l Manager.
IH. W. B. GLOVER. Div. Pass. Agent. Atlanma.
PARK E R'S
--H AIR 1BAL SAM
cles... ma b,m..ir,, te, 1c.
S Pr.ma- a lru.,ant gjw.s.
lever Pails to meZsoe G'wsy
- Ratr' to ta Youhft Colee.
Cares malp d-..e a hair tamag.
. m.indas00a Daet
Th Consumpe,an Feble ..asu e
canic. ,them.wont Coe.g.wmla1Z Dbi.
er's preseription for Infants
Leither Opium, Morphine nor
It is a harmless substitute
ing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
itee is thirty years' use by
ria is the Children's Panacea
Castoriaciures Colic, corapation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrama, Eructation,
Kils Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di.
Without injurious medicstion.
"4or several years I havo reoommendr1
your 'Cextoria,' and aban always natinm to
do so as It has Invariably produced beneficJ
Enwnr F. PAAs, M. D.,
15th Stret and 7th Ave., New York City.
0ouramy, 77 MuzAr S== - Nzw YoE Crrr
BRUTTLE ' -
"OST SIMPLE AND LIGHT
RUNNING Machine made
1E does the largest range of work
of any machine and gives entire
satislaction. Being a continuous
movement, gets rid of all friction.
-4 SIX YEARS on the market,
and 200,000 Machines sold, 10,000
sold within last the year.
Il LADIS LIKE IT ad PUISE 11.
[%tandard Rotary Snuttle
one solid piece of steel.]
Ireaking xtts or Skipping tes,
FOIR FIVE YEARS.
Stam Sei Icka R
D. B. W HEE LER,
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
NEW'BE RRY, S. 9.
It would be to the interest 'oft.
every citizen of Newberry and the
C ounty whbo are thinking of buy
ing a maebine to call on D. B.
Examine The Standard
BEFORE BIRIIG AlY 6TER.
R CCMOXD AND DA V1LLEEAta.
iamuel Spencer, F.W. Buldekoper * Reuben*
COLUMBIA AND GiREENVILLE DIVISIt ..
ondenaedSeheduleIn ef fect July 2nd, I's.
(Trains run h.y75th Meridian U.me.j
SETWEEN CHAELES'TON,Col.DMBZA, sENCA AND
Nto. 11 STATIONS. No 11.
7 3 a mLv. ....Carleson........ Ar. 8 45pm
Lll20Oam ......... Columbhia......... 4l15 p
120 pm ............Alsson............ 330p m
1218 pm ...........Pomario..... 3 14 pm
1235 pm ........,Proaperity....... 25 pma
L250pm .........Newberry......... 230.pm
125 p m .........1Hce-........ 235 pm
130 pm .........Chappells......... I156 pm
218 pm ........Ninety-Six......... 135 pma.
23 p m ........Greenwood........ 1255 pm
300 pm ...........Hodges............ 1235 pm
320p m ..........Donalds.......... 1216pma
3 35 pm ........Eonea Path....... 1203pmn
355 pm Ar. ............Belton.......... Lv. 114 S a
4 00 p rnLv ........Belto........... r.11 4a m
4 2 p m .........Anderson ......... I111#am
4 58p m .........Pendleton......... 346am
5 30 p m A r. ............Seneca.......... Lv. 1000 am
5 35 p mLv........Seneca......... Ar.10 0ba m
6 05p mAr. ..........Wlhalla.......... Lv 935a m
5 15 pm Ar. ...Greev1e.......L?. 10 15a m
BETWEEN ANDERSON, BELTON AND GWEN-.
No. 12 STATIONS. No. 13
308 pm Lv. Anderson A r. 12 67p m
3 40 pm Ar 'Belton. Lv - 1145ama
400pmLv. Belton Ar.11Uam
4320 p m Ar. Williamssto. II a
4326p m Pelser, 11 08a m
4luep m Piedmont. 308a m
5 15 pm Greenville C &G 101am
BETWEEN CHARL.ESTON, COLUMELA, ALM
o ~ STATIONS. I 4J
7 30 a mLv. .........harlesto......... Ar. 845 p'm
11 30 am .........Columbis........... 3 45 pm
1215p m ...........Alston ............ 303 pm
10U6p m ..........-.Carlisle............ 140 pm
1 14 pm .........atu............ 150 pam
1 47 pm .........nion............ l830pin
2 10 pm ......Jonesville...... 12 40p m
2S50p mAr. ........Spartanbu ........L.11 45a -
6 40p mAr. .........Ashevil7 .....Lv. 831 am
BETWEEN NEWREREY, C1.13TON AND L.aUENG
No.15. STATIONS. No. 16.
1l 20am ....Columibla... 4 15pm
1250pm ...Newberry... l239 pm
1 50pm .....GoIdville..... -135 a
2 15pmi ..... Clinton..... 11 10 am
25 pm Ar Iaurens Lv 10 40 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVILL3.
Dally. Daily. STATIONS. No. 'E.zxSan
No. 9 No. 11 Mixed. No.6U
12 40p m 305pm.LvHodgesAr 2556pm 123ipma
lO00p mf3 25pm.I arraugh's 225pm*0pm<
1 15p m 3 40 pmnArAbbevilleLv2 30 am1150p a
CONNECT1OXS VIA SOCTH BOCND EAn.Lnan
Daily. Daily. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
800pm Ar...Savannah... Lv. 600am.
3321pm. Lv. Columbla.Ar. 1020 am
Nc's. 13 and 14 are solid trains bet,wein
Charleston and Asheville.
Through coach between Savannah aMt
Asheville on 14 and 13.
Trains leave burg, S. C., A A C.Divia
Ion, Nortbun143 am, 50-, p m,612
(VestibuJed T-imited Southbound,1225 a 2
p ms, 1137 a m. (Vestibuled Limited); W
bon.W. N. C. IMvsio. 620p m and 310 %.
for Hiendersnl1e, Asheville. and Hot,
Tains leave Greenville. S. C., A. A C. Ds
alon, Northbound, 1242a m, 400 p m,ad5
p m. (Vestibuled i mite; ouhbounad.1 355.U.
4 00 p. ms,, 12 25p. ms. (VestibuJed T.imised).
Trains leave Seneca. S. C..A.t.
Iorthoound, 1lI3sp. ms., 2 37p.m., and 41
P.m;Southbound 232a. ms., a35 p. m,, and
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullma Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Ga
leston and Asheville, via Columbia an Spat e
Pnnimas Palace Sleeping CarnsTains
Gen'l Pam. Agent, Ass't, Gen'l
Washington, D C.tat
V. E. MCBEEB, SOL HAAt,
Gien'l SuD't., TramOM e
Col1umbia, S.C. Wasia
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Campus ten acres, aiiant moutal
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Full course. Advantages in Music and Afl
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