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REMARKABLE AND ROMANTIC.
A Strange Series of Coincidences about the
White House and a North Carolina
Mr. Charley H. Caldwell, of Crab
Orchard township, says they cau all
say just what they please, but he is
nearer like President Cleveland than
any other man living. And when the
facts on which he bases his belief are
known, nearly everybody will agree
that he is right.
On the very same day and year that
President Cleveland married Miss Fol
Pom, Mr. Caldwell married Miss Ella
Neal. On the same day that President
Cleveland's first daughter was born,
Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell had born unto
them a daughter; and before they
learned that Baby Ruth had been
named, they named their own daugh
ter Rebecca. On the very same day
that President Cleveland's second
daughter was born, Mrs. Caldwell pre
sented Mr. Caldwell with a daughter,
and not waiting for the White House
baby to be named, christened their
Mr. Caldwell says if any county or
State in the United States can beat this
he would like for the parties to be trot.ted
oat. So far he and Mecklenburg are
The World's Fair Graphically Described in
-"a Beautiful Book.
The first number of this elegant pub
lication, known as "The Book of the
Fair," is at hand. It is being sent out
in parts of forty pages each, and will
number, when completed, twenty-five
parts, at $1 each. There will be 1,000
imperial folio pages 12xl) inches,
printed on fine enameled paper in the
finest style of the printers' art and
Illustrated by 2.000 superb pictures of
all sizes up to a full pa.e, descriptive of
the World's Fair.
A chapter on fairs of the past begins
Part First, embracing the period from
the London Crystal Palace of 1S51 to
the Paris Exposition of 189. Full de
scriptions of the plans and artificers,
site and grounds and minute details of
the buildings and everything pertain
ing to the organization and manage
ment of the Exposition is described
and illustrated ia such a fine nanner
as to render the work of great value at
this time and in succeed ing years. The
world now recognizes the Columbian
Exposition as one of the most stupen
dous educational influences, especially
for the young, and when the Fair is a
thing of the past this beautiful book
will serve to refresh the m. nary of
those fortunate enough to . :s mag
nificent glory, and the: k should be
placed in every housebuid, where the
children a' they come to maturer years
can '1"w 'rom its pages a livi'; spring
"The hm.kof the Fair," presents the
entire Exposition within reasonable
limnits, in a clear and -condensed man
ner. 'Be who has this. work has the
Fair always with him, and the work
has only to be: seeri' to be appreciated.
It isdifficult to conceive anything more
perfect in its way.
EncloseS$1 to the Bancroft Company,
Auditorium Building, Chicago, Ill.
The second edition of the Cosmopol
itan for September brought the total
edition op to 211,000 copies, without
dgabt4he largest edition of any maga
sibe. in the world for this month. It
rediained for the Cesmopolitan to have
,tigWorld's Fiair treated in a single
number by twelve different writers. As
the exposition of 1893 must remain one
of the leading events in the history of
the United States, the most distin
guished men were asked to prepare
this magazine volume, which is des
tined to become valuable as one of the
most perfect descriptions of theWorld's
Fair. Among the number of those who
contribute are our only ex-president,
Walter Besant, the most distinguished
of the English literary men who visited
.the exposition, and a host of others.
Besides the usual fiction, including a
story by Mark Twain, entitled, "Is He
Livi'ng or Is He Dead," and the regu
lar departments, The Cosmopolitan
contains nearly one hundred illustra
tions devoted to the World's Fair, in
cluding eleven full pages. It is a com
pletely illustrated guide or souvenir, as
one prefers to call it, by the most fam
ous writers of the day, put before the
reader at the price of 12.} cents, and
more than the equal of the books of the
'Fair which sell for seven ty-five cents
and one dollar.
The Cosmopolitan for October closes
Volume XV. It contains an interest
ing historical sketch of Some Rejected
Princesfes, illustrated from contempo
.rary portraits; a time}y article on Pri
vate Schools for Boys, some char ming
views of Old Newport, Notes on An
cnt Rome by Rodolfo Lanciani and
another article on Rome, the Capital of
a New Republic, by F. Marion Craw
ford. There is also an installment of
lighter reading,with entertaining para
graphs on Art and Letters. and ano
ther section on the Progress of Science.
How the managers can get up so lav
ishly illustrated and beautifully printed
a magazine with its contributions from
wel-known writers for S1.50 a year
passes our comprehension.
Snapping Fingers for a Stake.
[From the Baltimore Amnerican.]
Frank Sydney of England, said to be
the world's champion finger snapper,
iast night met Benjamin V. Skinner,
colored, in a contest for a purse of $2.3,
at the Windsor Athletic Club rooms,
Govanstown. A fter practising their
peculiar exercise, for two hours the
match wvas declared a draw. It was
announced afterward that a similar
contest would take place within two
months. This is said to be the first
finger snapping exhibition to take place
There are 2,00 or :W,4O trained wocm
en nurses in New York whose services
are constantly in demand at from
$25 to $:5 a week, with board and lodg
-If' you f'eel weak
and all worn out tk
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Nothing Lifelike but the Portrait.
[From the Washington Post.]
A little story of Senator Blackburn's
:wn telling is floating around in ex
lusive circles. There is to be seen in
everal plate-glass windows a rather
fine but high-colored chromo, contain
ing a race course scene, with Secretary
Carlisle, Proctor Knott, and Senator
Blackburn in a club foreground, the
whole affair being an exploitation of
the proiuct of a well-known Blue
Grass distillery. One day Senator
Blackburn was met at home by his
xife and daughters, who with face of
suppressed merriment told him that a
very fine picture that would please
him had just come by express and was
in the hall. He went and looked, and
lo : the chromo. A case of the goods
ame along in its company. A chorus
)f feminine vetoes went up when he
took revenge by saying that it was
;ood and he would have it hung up in
the library. The next day a letter came
from the distiller saying that Mr. Car
lisle and Proctor Knott had given their
consent to the use of their portraits,
nd that he had taken the liberty of
using Senator Blackburn's without
consulting him, believing that he
would not object. The Senator made
the following reply:
"DEAR SIR: You have taken a great
liberty in using my portrait in your
chromo without first asking my con
sent, but I forgive you, since it is the
best portrait of me that I have ever
ieen. But allow me to call your atten
tion to a serious anomaly in the com
position of the work of art. You have
put me on a Kentucky race course with
my back to a driving finish and my
hand on a bottle of the worst whiskey
that was ever distilled.
"J. C. S. BLACKBURN."
"The Naval Cadet at Work and at
Play, a prize article written by a naval
cadet, publish%d in Demorest's .Fbmily
Magazine for November, tells all about
the life of the cadets at our Naval
Academy at Annapolis,-their duties,
their trials and their pleasures,-and to
read this paper, which is embellished
with numerous and handsome illustra
tions, is quite equal to a visit to the
Academy itself. Our National Nut is
a unique and interesting article, and
from it one may learn many points
about the toothsome peanut that will
astonish the majority of readers. Wed
ding and Engagement Rings tells
many peculiar facts and old legends
about rings ancient and modern; With
in Prison Walls is a pathetic story
about Thanksgiving; Cholly's Last
Serenade will be appreciated by all
lovers of genuine humor; Society Fads
gives the newest ideas about the train
ing of children in fashionable society;
the numerous departments are full to
overfowing with timely matter; and
the pictures are numerous and lovely,
introduced by a colored panel-picture,
An Amerie.n Beauty, which will be
charming I ai white-and-gold frame,
and just fit that high, narrow space
which it is so difficult to find some
thing for. Decidedly, it is an excellect
number of an excellent magazine which
costs only $2 a year, and is published
by W. Jennings Demorest, 15 E. 14th
Street, New York.
Senator Finley Painfully Hurt in a Fight.
ROCK HILL, S. C., Oct. 18.-Quite
an excitement was caused on our streets
to-day about 2 o'clock by a fistcuff be
tween the Hon. D. E. Finley, State
Senator from York county, and Louis
Friedheim, a young veterinary surgeon
of this State.
It seems that Friedheim had been
doctoring a mule for a tenant of Sena
tor Finley's and presented a bill for
his services to Mr. Finley, who was in
the city to-day. Mr. Finley refused to
pay him as the mule did not belong to
him, whereupon Friedheim became
very angry and his language got so
abusive that Mr. Finley struck him
with his cane. Bystanders then sepa
rated them for a time, but about half
an hour later, as Mr. Finley was walk
ing down the street, Friedheim crossed
over from his father's store, coming up
with him in front of the First National
Bank and struck him, it seenjs, from
behind, knocking him down. Finley
has just recovered from a spell of ty
phoid fever and in his weak state the
blow of his head against the granite
pavement, although partially broken
by his falling sideways on his shoulder,
knocked him senseless. He received
medical attention immediately and
after a short time recovered conscious
ness, although he was quite sick after
ward, and it is feared that the effects
may prove serious. He was able to
take the Three C's train for Yorkville,
which was about an hour late. There
are several versions of tbe affair, but
the above is the one most generally
When my little girl was one month old,she
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weigh seven pounds, a pound and a half less
than at birth. Then her skin started to dry
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to sleep, but laid with them ha'f open. About
this time, at the earnest request of friends, I
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in one month she was completely cured.
The doctor and drug bills were over one hun
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thanfize dollars. My child is now two years
old, strong, healthy and large as any child of
her age (see photo.) and it is all owing to
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That Three-Quarter Millon Crowd.
[New York Evening Post.]
After Monday's celebration, Chicago
must really be ranked among the World's
greatest wonders. The over-whelming
army of sight-seers which arose from
neighboring places and from this city it
self to march upon the fair gave to all
countries an object lesson of Chicago's
magnitude and receptive capacity more
startling and distinct than could have
been conveyed in any other manner. A city
with an exposition. whose attendance has
touched, if but once,the number of 713,
000, paid admisions, can no longer be
judged by ordinary standards. It repre
sents a phenomenal growth of an extra
To take in the mo-ning and bring away
at night nearly three-quarters of a million
by means principally of three lines of trans
portation is perhaps the most remarkable
feat of the day. Cottage Grove avenue,
Drexel Boulevard, and the other great
arteries leading to the fair were early fill
ed with people proceeding to the fair by
every means of locomotion, and it is
doubtful if the road to Epson Downs on
Derby day has ever presented a more
varied and amusing spectacle of vehicular
The trains upon theWabash avenue cable
line were composed of four cars each, and
run so close together that they formed an
almost*contiuous line, yet by 10 o'clock in
the morning not only were the platforms
fairly overflowing, but probably thirty
people clung to the sides of each car, while
forty or more stuck like flies to aroof. It
was an odd sight to see the acrobatic con
ductors making their way along the tops
of the cars collecting fares from the ven
turesome and determined passengers.
The Illinois Central is estimated tc
have carried150,000 persons to the grounds
between 7 a. m. and noon or to have main
tained a rate of 30,000 per hour. The lake
front all the forenoon was black with peo
ple, over 70,000 being crowded upon the
viaduct bridge itself. The same masaing
of humanity and dispatch in their trans
~r nw as witnessed upon the Allay
rodand each of the World's
Fair steamships made her best time going
frow Van Buren street to ,Tackson Parl
with the highest number of passengeri
permitted by law, the great Whalebaci
alone carrying 60,000 people during the
course of the day. H ad the multitude
been an organized military force, the
movement to the fair would have beei
counted avery dexterous piece of mobiliza
tion, but composed as it was of men, wo.
men and childrn of every class and condi.
tion, it certainily signifies a triumph to:
Chicago passenger carriers. The casual.
ties, too, considering everything, were very
few,but three fatalities being recorded,and
twenty-two people more or less seriously
injured in the whole city, and these
accidents caused by crushing or the care.
lessness of the injured themselves. The ex.
position grounds were empty again before
midnight, but it was considerably later be.
fore all the visitors were on their home.
ward way. From the account of one
catering company, the Wellington, it was
evidently a hungry,as well as large crowd.
That company kept 2,000 of its mes
busily employed all day assuaging the
gastronomic cravings of the host, and
40,000 pounds of meat, 12.000 loaves oi
bread, 400,000 cups of coffee, and 2,000
barrels of beer were only a part of the
provisions dispensed by it. A very satis
factory feature of the great attendance is
that it enabled exposition officials to ex
tinguish the bonded debt. According to
Seeberg -r, the building of the White City
had up to October 9 entailed a cost of $30,
286,000 and the much talked of "big check'
for $1,565,310 paid all that was still owing
and left the fair cler.r sailing for the re
mainder of its existence.
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Used Mother's Priend before birth of my
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Semi-Ann ual Examination.
THE EXAMINATION FOR
.teachers'ecertificates will be held in
the Courthouse, October 27th and 28th
instant, beginning at 9 o'clock a. mn.,
and ending at 4 p. mn Applicants must
furnish pens, ink and paper. Please
take notice that no second and third
grade certificates will be renewed.
T HOS. WV. K ETTT,
School Commissioner and Chairman
Board of Examiners.
October 6, 1993.
N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the last installment of Town
Taxes will be due and payable between
15th October and 1st November, 1S93,
3 mills for general purposes.
I mill for interest on Opera House
By order J. S. FAIR,
ARE EVIDENCE That the blood is
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Nothixg is so beneficial in assisting
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It is a simple vegetable comfpound Is
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I contracted a severe case of blood poisos
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An Interesting Problem.
There was once a wise King who was
very c irious. He was possesed of a
desire to know everything, and was
continually asking questions. Indeed,
his thirst for knowledge carried him so
far that he wanted to know the age of
every person he met. But being a King,
he was exceedingly polite, and would
resort to strategy to gain his ends.
One day there came to the court a gray
haired professor, who amused the king
greatly. He told the monarch a number
of things that he never knew before, and
the king was delighted. But finally it
came to the point when the ruler wanted
to know the age of the professor, so he
thought of a mathematical problem.
"Ahem!" said the king "I have an inter
esting sum for you; it is a trial in men
tal arithmetic. Think of the number of
the month of your birth."
Now, the professor was sixty years old,
and had been born two days before
Christmas, so he thought of 12. Decem
ber being the twelfth month.
"Yes," said the professor.
"Multiply by 2," continued the king.
"Yes," answered the professor, doing
"Now multiply that by 50."
"Add your age."
"And now," said the king, "might I ask
what the result is?"
"Twelve hundred and sixty," replied
the professor, wonderingly.
"Thank you," was the king's response.
"So you were born in December sixty
years ago, eh?"
"How in the world did you know?"
cried the professor.
"Why," retort3d the king, "from answer
-1260. The month of your birth was
the twelfth, and the last two figures give
"Ha, ha, ha!" laughed the professor.
"Capital idea. I'll try it on the next
person I meet. It's such a polite way of
finding out people's ages."
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MIMEOGRAIH AND HIP
A Victory for Decency.
Y't YOR, October 19.-The Mail
anc. Express says: "Mayor David A.
B1oody, in view of public opinion, re
quested the county authorities to-day
to put a stop to the Mitchell-Corbett
fight. This grew out of the interview
in New York this week with Governor
Flower by Boss McLaughlin. The
fight, therefore, is declared oW"
CORBETT GOES ON WITH DAILY TRAIN
ASBURY PARK, N. J., October, 19.
Pugilist James J. Corbett to-night re
ceived word that the Kings County
officials, at a special meeting, had de
cided to stop the proposed fight be
tween himself and Mitchell at the Co
ney Island Athletic Club.
Whem seen at his training quarters
to-night Corbett said that he proposed
going on with his daily training as
heretofore, and if the fight did not
come off it would be no fault of his.
Corbett refused to say whether he
would sign to fight before any other
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0 05a8 13pm Iv Athens ar 616am 508p:
ll13am~ 9llpm tar Elberton lv 522am 44J1p:
12215pm 10 00pm lar Abbeville lv 4 27am 3 09p:
i246p 02 a ewd v40a 2 ip:
1 40pm 11 12pmlar Clinton lv 3 17amfi I5p
332pml223amiar Chester arl 2'7am 1145a1
500pm I 10amlar Monroe Il250am10O15a2
6 15am ar Raleigh lvi 8 30pm
7 39'am arHendersonly 6 53pm
9 00am ar Weldon lv 6pm
Il 03am arPetersburgly 343m
11 43am arRichmond lv 2 3pm
3 40pm ar Wash'ton lv 10 57am
521ipm ar Baltimore lv 9 42am
741pm ar PhiladellIv 7 20am
10 35pm ar NewYork lv 12 15am
5 00amlar Charlotte lv 10 00pml
9 0'amlar Wilm'g'n1 lvj 500pm[
200pm liv Cainton ar I130pi
2 42pm jar Nc vberry lv 12 43p:
2 57pm arProsperity lv 12 9p1
4 10pm jar Columbia lv I111Sai
545pm ar Sumter lv 958aa
8 45pm arharlestonly I 7 15al
53pm I aDarlingt'nly I | 70"al
9 2iam lvWeldonia) ar 5 21pm
11 35arm ar Portam'th ar' 3 11pm
1ll 4.5am lv Norfolic 1v 300pm
t6 '5pm arNorf'lk b ar 8 00am
7 00am ar Balto IV~ 6 30pm
:10 47am ar Philadel lv; 4 41pm
1 20pm ar NewYork lv.t2 10pm
5155pm 1v Ports'h(n)lvl 9 l0am
5 l0am;ar Philadcl lv'11 16pm
8 00am[arNewYorkIv~ 80pm
I600pmj lvPorts'h(w)arn 8 00am|
S6 30am ar Wash'gt'n Ivl 7 00pm)
tDaily except Sunday.
(b) Via Bay Line.~ (n) Via New York, Phil:
ephia and NorfolkRailroad. (w) Via Norfol
ad Washington Steamboat Co. Trains Nos. 1;
ad 117 run solid with Pullman buffet sleepin
ars between Atlanta and Washington r.u
ullman Entret parlor cars between Wasmnn
on and New York. Parlor car Weldon an
ortsmouth; Sleeping car Hamlet and WI
nington. 'Trainus Nos. 34 and 41 carry througl
oahes between Atlanta and Chanlsztqn, 8.
0. V. SMITH. Traffic Manager.
JOHN C. WINDER. Genl Manager.
K. W. B. GLOVE R. Div. Pass. Ag<n&, Atlanta.
etween Charleston and Columbia ani Uppe
South Carolina and North Carolina
and A thens and Atlanta.
3OLNG WEST. GOING EAS
No. 52. No.53.
7 15 Lv. ...Charleston..Ar. 8 45
8 44 " ...Lsanes......" 705
9 13 " ...Sumter.......... " 5 45
11 C-5 Ar....Columbla..Lv. 4 20
1:3) "...Clinton......" 2 00
2 41 " .....Greenwood..... " 1246
S03 " ... Abbeville.. "1215
5'. "........Athens... 00
7 e' '. V..aiit.a..." 7 30
p m - - - -
5 10 " ...Winnsboro..... " 11 54
S7 0 " .. Charlotte.." 9 35
3..."......4nderson..... " 12 55
4 45 "... Greenville... " l't 51
6 50 "... Spartan brg " 10 20
9 11 " ..Hendersonville " 8 02
10 15 "... Asheville... ' 7 00
os sand 54 Seiu t'a.ns between Charles
n and Clinton, S. C.
H. M1. EM ERSON, Ass.'t Gen' Pas. Ageni.
T. M1. EMERSON, Trame Manager.
J RL. K ENLY. Gen'l Manager.
IFE FO L IVER
Cures DTUPEPsIA, LIVER an~
KIDNEY Trotiplg wben all else Ifils.
-251, 50C, 6fl.QO-.
LIFE MEDiCINE OOMPAMY
M Spartanburg. S. d.
W oE uta. ookf
er's prescription f:.r Infants
either Opium, Morphine nor
It is a harmless substitute
ing Syraps, and Castor Oil.
tee is thirty years' use by
eia is the Children's Panacea
Castoria cures Colic, Constipation,
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoa, Eructation,
Kills Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
Without injurious medication.
"For several years I have recommended
your 'Cestoria,' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Enwnm F. PaRs, M. D.,
125th Street and 7th Ave., New York City.
kmPAIrr, 27 MURRAT Srxzr, Nay Yon. Crrr
.MOST SIMPLE AND LIGHT
RUNNING Machine made
It does the largest range of work
of any machine and gives entire
satisfaction. Being a continuous
movement, gets rid of all friction.
SIX YEARS on the market,
and 200,000 Mrchines sold, ]0,000
sold within last the year.
THE L&DIBS LU IT na PRAISE I.
tandara Rotary Snrttle
one solid piece of stseL1
Breaking leedes or Skipig[ it:tl(S.
[T .OR FIVE YEARS.
SNEIL t d 8ga;f 11din f'
D. B. W HE E LER,
WITH HEADQUARTERS AT
It wonld be to the inaterest of
-very citizen of~ Newberry and the
Jounty who are thin.king of buy
ng a machine to call on D. B.
Examine The Standard
BEFORE BUYING HY OTHEL
to DICHROND AND DAXIVILLERAIL
a.1. ROAD COMPIANY.
Ly Samuel Spencer, F. W. Huldekoper & Reuben
- COLUMBIA.iND GREENvILLE DIVISIL.N.
T PASSENGER DEPARTXENTr.
v. CondensedSchedule-In effect July 2nd, 1693.
- (Trains run by75th Meridian time.j
BETWEE CHARLESTON,CoLUMXBIA, SENECA AND
rn No. 11 STATIONS. No 12.
n7 30 am Lv......Carleston.....Ar. 8456p m
11 20 am .....Columbia.... 4 15Dam
S1203 pm ...........Aiston..... 330pm
D1218 pm .......Pomaria..... 3 14p m
9 1235 pm .....,Prosperity.... 2 56p m
12 50 pm ......Newberry.. 2 39pm
12 54 pm ............Helena.... 235p m
1 30 pm ......Chappells..... 156p m
2 18 pm .....Nnety-Six...... 12 p m
237 pm ......Greenwood.. 1255p m
3 00 pm ........Hodges...... 1235p m
3 20p m ..........Donalds... 1216p m
3335p m ........Honea Path.... 1203p m
3 55 p mAr.........Beton........ L. 1145a m
- 4 00 p mLv......Belton.......Ar.1140 am
4 24 pm .......Anderson ....... Il118a m
- 4 58 pm .....Pend1eton...... 10 36 am
n 3p mAr.......Seneca.......L. 1000a m
fl 5 35 pmLv. .....Seneca......... Ar. 10 00 a1f
I 6 05 pm Ar ......Walhalla.......... Lv 9 30a m
A 5 15 pm Ar....Greeziv11e....Lv. 10 15a m
SBETWEEN ANDERSON. BIELTON AND GEN
No. 12 STATIONS. N.1
3 08p m Lv. Anderson *Ar 12 67p m
3 4Op mAr Belton, LV 1145a m
4 00 p mLv. Belton Ar.l1130a m
4 20p mAr. Williamston, 1109 am
4 26 pm Pelzer, 11 03a m
4 40p m Piedmont. 70 48a m
-5 15 pm Greenville, C &G 10 15a m
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, COLUMBIA, ALSTON
- Daily ra!y.
No.13 STATIONS. No.14
- 7 30amLv....Charleston...... Ar. 845p m
11 30 am .....Columbia....... 345p m
S12 15 pm ........AIston ......... 300p m
k1 06 pm .........Carlisle....,.. 2 00 pma
1 14p m ...........Santuc..... 1 50p m
S1 47p m...........Union......... 130p m
2 10p m .....Jonesville...... 12 40p m
- 2 23 pm ............ Pac oet....... 1221p m
d 250p mAr......spartanburg........LV.11 45a m
-640 p mAr. ....Asheville......Lv. 8 12a m
.BETWEEN NtEWsEREY, CLINTON AND LAUEENI.
L-v. Ar. -
- 1 20am ....Golumlia... 4 15pms
1250m ...Newberry ... 1 239pzp
10m .....Goldville..... 11 35 am
2 15jm...Clinton..... 11 10 am
2 5ipmArLIaurens Lv 10 40 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEVILLE.
Daily. Daily. STATIONS. No. 10. Ex Sun
No. 9 No.11 Mixed. No.64
12 40pm 305pm.LvHodgesAr 2556pm 1225pm
1l00p mf325 pm.1'arraugh's f2 35pm*1205pm .
113p m 3 40OpmArAbbevilleLv2 30 am1150p m
CONNECTIONS VIA SOUTH BOUND RAILROAD.
Daily. Daily. CENTRAL TIME Daily. Daily.
No.37. No. 38
800Opm Ar...Savannah ... Lv. 600am
3 2Upm. Lv. Columbla.Ar. 10 20 am
Nod.' 13 i.nd 14 are solid trains between
Ch'arstdn'and Ashdyllig t
Through coach between Savi?nnah o
Asheville on 14'and 13. D
Trains leave Spartanburg, S. C., A & C. Divis
lon, Northbound. 1 43 anm, 505 pnm, 612 p m, C
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound.l2 25 a m, 251 c
p m. 11 37 a m. (Vestib,u1ed Limited); West
bound,'M. N. C. Division 620 p mand 310 p.m.,
f.or B pdrsonville, Asheville. and Hot Springs. t
'lea e renville. S. C.4. t& C. Divi
sion; zk),uid, 'l242a m, 40 pm, a.4523
p m. (Vestibued1 Limited); Souithbounid,I 20 ..
4OO0p. in,, 12 28 p. m. (Vestibuled Idriait.ed).'
Trains leave Seneca, S. C., A. & C. Divson,
Nn.t.btound, 11 30 p. mn., 2 37p. mn., n '4'10
p."m.';6thS4- 232 a mn., :>35 p. in,, and
1 30 p. mn.
PULLMAN CAR SERVICE.
Pullman Sleepers on 13 and 14. between Char
.ls,toa and Asheville, via Columbia and Ssrten
J 1p,aa Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 35 and
3 4.. A 4 C. Division.
Gen'1 PasaAgent, AstGea'l'P# , Agt., C
Was ington, D.C.' 4tlta, Ga.
y. E.Mc E, SOL AAS, t
G3en'luP't., Traffic Mg'r,
(1umbia, S. C. Washington, D."C.
7. ~.OG25RN, Gen'1 Mg'r, Washrington, D.C.
~~ ~Cre.. ac andb.a. th. ar.U
- WPo,esa uxun2ant grow.
Never Fails to Restore Gray
Th0c,and 31.00 at
WH QUllTLY RElNB :
That it is not wise to linger or delay
when bargains are going as fast as they
can be handed out at our store.
out BARGAIN any BARGAINS th
BARGAINERS ever BARG
for in the history of BARGAINING
this town. We don't ask you to bu
"PIG IN A POKE,"
don't ask you to take our word. We sa
COME AND SEEI
Use your own senses; look, feel, an
judge for yourselves if our claims
not justified. We have thousands o
articles to sell and
EVERY ARTICLE A BIRGIN
Well! Are you coming? It's just
as you say. But our bargains are
COUNSEL TOMENOF1 i16
During such a period of financial
disturbance as the present, you find
it necessary to concentrate all your
talents and energies on the manage
ment of your affairs.
You cannot safely delegate the
work to another.
At this time, any one else, no
matter what his ability, would be
unable to successfully conduct your
business, or protect your invest
ments, as well as you can.
But there is a chance tl.at you
may at any moment be forced thus
to turn your affairs over to the
management of another-namely,
in the event of your death.
Remember, that executors often
think more about avoiding risks
and protecting themselves than of
carrying out the spirit of the testa
tor's views.. They generally laet
experience in the business they are
trying to wind up.
This inexperience and possible
lack of interest may cost lor15 per
cent. of the value of your estate, or
You cannot but recognize the
truth of this statement;nevertheless,
you can guard against this loss by
assuring your. life~ for the.amonn&
which in your judgment your eze
cutors would waste in winding up
You can easily, by ecoomizing
a little in your living expenses, paiy
from your income the premium on
a policy for $50,000 or $100,000,
issued by the strongest financial
institution of its kindi in the world;
the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of the United States, 120
Broadway, New York.
If you then chance to die, your Z
executor will be instantly in the
possession of $500,000 or $100,000 of
cash in hand; and ready money will
have a fourfold value if death comes.
On the other hand, if you live,
and take your assurance (for ex
ample) on the 20 year TontineEn
dowment plan, you will your~~
reap a rich reward on maturity of
The following is an illustration of
one out of many such policies
maturing in 1893:
R. J. RILEY.
June 2, 1393.
N. B.-The writrofith above letter
h~as applied to the Equitable for a newo
policy for five times the amount of the
W. J. ROD3DY,
Department of the Carolinas,
ROCK HILL. S. C.
ETATE OF SOUTH CAIROLINA,-=
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COURT OF PROjBATE.
[ohn M. Kinard, Clerk of Courtof Com
mon Pleas, as Administratorof Wash
ington L. Gourdine, deceased, Plain
tift, againstOCorolineGourdine, Char
lotte Whelly, Henry Gourdine, :Mos.
ley- Gourdine, Peneloe Martin,
Florence Hargrove ad Dev14, M.
tmended Summons, (Complaint not
Vo the Defendants: -
YOU ARE HEREBY SUM
moned and required to answer
he complaint in this action which is
iled in the office of the Judge of Pro-.
>ate for Newberry County, State afore
aid, and to serve a copy oftyour answer
o the said complaint on the subscribers
taf t and a bp p rt p
'sys after the service hereof, excluspp
f the day of such service; and if yoq
al to answer the complaint withis
be time aforesaid, the plaintiff'in this
ction will apply to the Court for the
elief gjegan4edJ NI tb Jo~lar
Dated December 6, A. D. 1892.
t L. s.] J. B. FELLERs,
'0 Molsey Gourdine:
Please take notice that the complaint
a the foregoing action was filed in the
fice of ,Tudge of Prohate for Newherr
16unty, 'StateU ofth fJarolina, p~
be 9th day of December, 1892.
JO)NES & JONES,
Newb,errya 8. C. At4re.