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EVERY TIIURSDAY AT
NEWBERRY, S. C.
CURES wsn Diseases
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
Many have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott's Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophos
pthites and pure Norwegian Cod
Liver Oil, the potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Sold by al DrgIJsts.
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemists. N.Y.
Constitution of the State Assocation Adopt
ed.-Important Meeting of the State
[State, 29th May.]
The association of the Confederate
survivors of South Carolina, which wai
organized in this city during the Cen
tennial, will now enter upon a success
ful career and bind more closely togeth
er those who fought the grad battle of
the South-those who are one by one
The State executive committee of the
association met in the city yesterday
morning and held a brief session dis.
cussing the constitution to be ado
At 4 o'clock they met agai^an
eede;with their mpi.
The f 1 mbers of the com
mittee were present: Gen. M. C. Butler,
president; Col. J. D. Graham, Sumter;
Col. F. W. McMaster, Columbia; Cap
tain William Aiken Kelly, Charleston;
Capt. W. K. Bachman, Columbia, and
Capt. U. R. Brooks, Columbia, -the
secretary of the committee. The prepa
tion of the constitution consumed
much time. Upon adjournment lasi
evening the following.constitution wa;
given out for publication. By its pro
visions the name of the organization i!
This assocition shall be known as the
Confederate Veterans' Association of
ARTICLE II-OBJECT OF ASSOCIATION,
This association is strictly social, lit'
erary, historical and benevolent. Its
main object is to~ collect, and conserve
the history, memories and traditions of
the war between the States, to create
and strengthen friezidships which
should exist amongst the survivors of
the Confederate army and navy, for the
efncouragement and practice of the
mnyvirtures-the patriotism, cour
age, heroism and integrity which dis
tinguiaimd t-en"~iw-.te soldiers.
Sec. 1. Those. who served in the Con
federate army or navy to the close of
the war. honorably resigned or were
discharged therefrom; and any who,
though not members of the army or
navy, have, nevertheless performned
service for the Confederate cause of dis
tiguished gallantry and merit, may
be elected members of this a'ssociation.
The male issue of persons included in
the above, a.nd of persons who have
died in said service, may also be elected
Sec. 2. Applications for membership
-shall be made to the secretary of the
-association, in accordance with the
printed form setting forth a short re
-cord of the military or naval career of
the applicant, certified to by two com
rades td good standing. The applica
tion to oe referred by the secretary to
the executive committee, two of
have power to act. Each application
-to be accompanied with the inititation
fee of $1. The record shall be copied in
*a suitable book to be kept by the asso
ciation, and filed among its archives.
. ARTICLE IV.-oFFICERS.
Sec. 1. The officers of this association
shall be a president, five vice presi.
dents, a secretary and treasurer, to be
elected at the annual meetings. rThere
shall be an executive committee, con~
sisti ng of the president ex-officio, chair
* man, and six members, appointed by
the president at the annual meeting of
Sec.:2. The president shall preside at
the meetings of the association and
shall discharge all such duties as are
prescribed by the constitution.
Sec. 3. In the absence of the presi
dent to the senior vice president present
shall discharge the duties incumbent
on his position, ard in case neither the
president nor any of the vice presidents
-be present, the associai.ion shall pro
ceed to the election of a ':bairman, who
shall discharge the duties of the presi
dent for the time being.
Sec. 4. The secretary shall perform
all the duties belonging to that posi
Sec. 5. The treasurer shall collect all
funds due the association, and~ hold the
same subject to disposai as hereinafter
directed. His books and accounts shall
be audited and examined by the execu
tive committee, who shall on every an
niversary lay the same before the asso
ciation. The treasurer shall be exempt
from all dues.
Sec. U. The president and vice presi
dents shall together constitute the
trustees of the association which they
Sshall represent in its corporate capacity.
It s I be their d uty to invest any sur
plus fundls of t'he associA~in.
. See. 7. The executive cc-mmittee
shall o'e charged with the collection,
arrar.gement, and preservation of the
recore of the association, and shall
barec the general superintendence and
control of the bureau of records.
Se. S. The executive board shall
annually elect a librarian, who shall be
charged with the immediate custody
of all books, papers, and records com
mitted to his care by them, and of their
. rrnemennt and reonrd, nuder the an
perintendence of the said board, ani
shall receive such compensation a
the executive committee shall deler
There shall-be an annual meetiv-; o
this association, which shall be held a
Columbia on the second day of the fai
of the .gricultural and Mechanical S(
ciety of South Carolina, and such othe
tinac may be appointed by the execu
These rules may be altered or amend
ed by a vote of two-thirds of the mem
bers present at any regular meeting o
the assocoation, provided such alt era
tion or amendment shall have bee
proposed in writing to the executiv
committee one month previous to th
The committee also decided upoi
the form of application for member
ship which was not given for publics
Writing for the Press.
Brother Petty gives some good ad
vice to newspaper contributors ani
other writers :
Write a clear, legible hand wit]
plenty of space between the lines an<
use only one side of the paper. Al
ways page the sheets.
Do not write with a pencil on sleek
glazed paper. That makes the type
setter fall from grace.
Always have something to say be
fore you begin to write, and say it ii
the fewest words when they will ex
press your meaning.
Never narrate little incidents o
make humorous thrusts that will b
understood by only a fe_ .ris
That which pleases oris~understood ii
a fireside circle, might be the essenci
of foolishne.- when published.
Rem that tb ;ublic is not in
te 'many small matter
rest you. Keep yourself ou
t you write.
As you expect to write for an En
glish reading and English speakin;
people, write only English. Foreigi
words, Latin and French phrases ani
quotations should be avoided. N
good writer uses them now. It is al
ways a sign of defective learning t
quote a dead or foreign language
which would be understood by ver;
few of your readers. If you canno
clearly express your thought in En
gUsh, it will be better to keep it t
Avoid pretty writing. Very few es
eel in this, and as a general thing i
is worth little even when most sbi]
Use the dictionary freely. Study th
use of words. A celebrated Enghs]
man was accustomed to spend hour
over one or two sentences in order tha
he might get the thought expressed il
choice words. Do not get.in the habi
of "dashing ofi" things. It require
facility and large menttl resources
do that. The hen dashes off a broo
of beautiful chickens that come to th
light like an inspiration, but it has ri
quired three weeks of patient, earnes
broodinig to reach this result.
is life, because every body must givei
up! But you needn't be in a hurr;
about it! Life is worth the living! TI
prolong it, is worth your untiring el
fort! Don't give up without calling t<
your rescue that grand old family med
icine, Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dir
covery. Many a wornout, exhaustet
body has it made over good as new! I
strengthens, builds up, invigorates, as
sisting nature, and not violating ii
-Cures liver disease, indigestion, and al
blood-taints and humors. Sure ani
lasting benefit guaranteed, or mone;
refunded. All druggirts.
It Costs But Pays..
A single page in an issue of th
Century taken for advertising pur
poses $600, and in Harpers $400, an<
and in other magazines from $80
down to $100. A yearly advertisemen
in one column of the Chicago Tribun
cost $56,594, for the lowest, and $85,
1000 for the highest. In the New Yori
Herald $88,000 is the lowest and $140,
000, for the highest priced columnr
These figures will doubtless be of in
terest to men wyho invest $2 or $3 an<
fiatter themselves with the idea tha
thev are extensive and liberal adver
A great spring medicine is P. P. P
the greatest blood purifier in the worl<
as hosts of people in this city, wherei
is manufactured can testify.
.Good for the WVomen.
A courteous English editor pays
graceful compliment to women work
ers, of whom he has employed many
"I would rather," he said, "deal wit]
twenty women than one man. Womer
are more reliable, more painstaking
more accurate, more courteous, and fai
cleverer than men. One young lad:
who has just let t me to be married ha!
been with me sixteen years, and durini
the whole time only one fault has beet
traced to her."
"My daughter was greatly troubled
with Scrofula, and, at one time, it wa
feared she would lose her sight. Ayer':
Sarsaparilla has completely restorec
her health, and her eyes are as well a
ever, with not a trace of scrofula in he
system-"-G. King, Killingly, Conn.
A Cynical View.
"If all men whistled at their wor!
the world would be a wjnner," said
"Why do you think that?"
"Well it would stop burglary and
A Spring Medicine.
Nothing so efficacious as P. P. P. foi
a spring medicine at this season, an(
for toning up, invigorating, and as
strengthener and appetizer take P. E
P. It will throw off the Malaria, and
put you in good condition. P. P. P. i!
the best spring medicine in the world
for the different ailments the system 1r
liable to in the spring.
ForMalaria, Liver Trou
ble, or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
Children _Cry for Pitche' Castoria;
-- LIVED ON $9 A YEAR.
The Methods of Life of an Aged Miser of
The Widow Paret, 75 years old,
f starved to death in Lisle four weeks
t ago. She left a fortune of $175,00). As
r a thoroughbred miser she was without
a rival. Twelve years ago, when her
r husband died, she had only a few dol
- lars. She invested her nioney judici
ously, and set about getting more with
unsurpassed energy. She sewed,
begged, and did the hardest manual
labor whenever an opportunity was
offered to her.
Her savings were almost identical
with her earniugs, for her living cost
her only $9 annually. She got her
e food from The refuse heaps at vegetable
markets and from the garbage of ho
1 tels and restaurants. ~ She gathered the
coals for her fire usually at the docks
where freight ships were loaded and
emptied. Every morning, rain or sun,
she appeared at the wharves with her
coal basket on her arm. When unable
to fill her basket there she pilfered the
desired supply from neighboring eoal
yards, and by this practice got herself
several times in the Lisle police courts.
Last fall her only son, an unsuccess
ful n ser, died of hunger, leaving one
3 child, a girl of sixteen years. This
. young woman is the sole heir to the
fortune. She is one of the frivolous
creatures of Lisle, and is said to be
. making great preparations for the
speedy dissipation of her grandmoth
_ er's hoard.
- Revoluntionary Sword of the Hampton.
Family. - 'r
en.Wade Hampton has in his pos
session an old sword that was used by
his great-grandfather in the revolu
tionary war and handed down from
generation to generation. The sword
is now at Husemann's where it can be
t seen. It is of the saber style, with a
keen blade of very heavy steel. The
mounting is of brass, made into med
ieval designs, showing good workman
ship. The handle is of ebony and
and the sides of the scabbard are made
of tortoise shell. The weapon is a hand
some and very valuable one.
COLD IN SPARTANBURG.
Land in the County Bough; by a Syndicate
and Mining to Begin Immediately.
D [From the Greenville News.]
SPARTANBURG, S. C., May 26.
t Spartanburg county has long been
known to oontain minerals of great
wealth, and at different times several
e fortunes have been dug from her mines.
Yesterday G. Warner, the president of
s the State Horticultural society, as rep
resentative of a syndicate of capitalists,
Sbought 2,700 acres of land in the'north
twestern portion of this county and
s bought the Chapman mill site. The
whole of this large tract of land is
found to be rich in gold. The ore has
ebeen assayed and, found to be as rich as
ethat which set the world wild in Cali
Sfornia. This gold field adjoins the
t Newton mine which was worked years
In addition to this*Mr. Warner ex
hibited splendid specimens of zircons,
a mineral which is in great demand
Sjust now and exceedingly rare, being
worth mor'e than it's weight in gold.
SMr. Edison has employed men all over
the world to search for zircon. It is
Sused in electric lights. Mr. Warner is
confident he has a good supply of the
.precious mineral and there is no possi
jble doubt that the .specimens he has
The new company will begin opera
tions at .once. .It is not proposed to
boom the speculative purposes, but all
the necessary machinery for crushing
the ore and working the mine will be
There is no reason in the world why
every woman should not be pleasant to
look upon, should not present an
e agreeable appearance. Whatever the
-features may be, the complexion may
Sat least be kept clear and the skin
freed from disfiguring pimples and hu
mors by the use of Ayei 's Sarsaparilla.
t Keep the blood pure by the use of this
e medicine and the result will both grat
. fy and astonish you.
For Old sores. Skin Eruptions, Pim
-ples, Ulcers and Syphills, use only P.
.P. P., and get well and enjoy the bless
- ing only to be derived froni the use of
P. P. p. (Prickly Ash, Poke IRoot and
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
tWho are for the first time to un
dergo woman's severest trial we offer
Sa remedy which if used as directed for
- a few weeks before confinement, robs
-it of its Pain Horror and Risk to Life
of both mother and child, as thou
isands who have used it testify.
A Blessing to Expectant Mothers.
SMorHEB'S Fnn is worth its weight
in gold. My wife suffered more in ten min
utes with either of her first two children
,than she did altogether with her last, hay
ing previously used sour bottles of Morn
xB's FmEND. It is a ble'sing to mothers.
Carmi. Ill., Jan., 1890, G. F. LocKwooD.
Sent by express, chare prepaid, on re
'calpt of price, S1.50 per bttle. Sold by all
drnggists. Book to Mothers mailed free.
iBar.DXKLD EZGULtoB Co., Atlanta, Ga.
NOTIICR TO CREDITORSS
ALL PERSONS HOLDING
claims againgt the estate of Ed
mund Floyd, deceased, are hereby no
tified to render tleir claims in to the
undersigned, duly attested, on or before
June 15, 1891. M
Winth~rop Training Sch.ool
FOR TEACHERs, COLUMBIA, S. C.
T HOROUTGH NORMfAL IN
struction and practice in best meth
ods of teaching. Open to girls over
eighteen years old. Graduates are
entitled to teach ii the schools
o' South Carolina as first grade teach
ers. They readily secure good posi
I tions in this and other States. Each
ICouinty is given two scholarships-one
by the State, worth $150 and one by
the s'ehool, worth $30. Comipetitive
examination for these scholarships will
be held in each County, Thursday,
July 2. A ddress
D. B. JOHNSON,
Superintendent, Columbia, S. C.
So say Leading Physicians
and Druggists, and their opin
ion is indorsed by thousands
cured by it of Scrofula, Ec
zema, Erysipelas, and other
diseases of the blood.
"Ayer's Sarsaparilla has won its repu
tation by years of valuable service to the
community. It is the best."-R. S. Lang,
Druggist, 212 Merrimack st., Lowell, Mass.
Dr. W. ?. Wright, Paw Paw Ford, Tenn.,
says: in my practice, I invariably pre
scribe Ayer's Sarsaparilla for chronic dis
eases of the blood:"
Dr. R. R. Boyle, Third and Oxford sts.,
Philadelphia, Pa., writes: "For tw. .ears
I have prescribed Ayer's Sarsaparilla in
numerous instances, and I find it highly
eflicacious in the treatment of all disorders
of the blood."
L. M. Robinson, Pharmacist, Sabina, 0.,
certifies: "Ayer's Sarsaparilla has always
been a great seller. My customers think
there iz no blood-purifier equal to it."
"For many years I was afflicted with
scrofulous running sores, which, at last be
came so bad the doctors advised amputating
one of my legs to save my life. I began
taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla and soon saw an
improvement. After using about two dozen
bottles the sores were healed. I continue to
take a few bottles of this medicine each
year, for my blood, and am no longer trou
bled with sores. I have tried other reputed
blood-purifiers, but none does z much good
as Ayer's SarsapnriIa'"-D. A. Robinson,
Don't fail to get
Prepared by Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co.,Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists. Price $1; six bottles, $5.
Cures others, will cure you,
O andins o a thousand arguments.
and Dr. xing's Royal uermetuer demon
strates every day that it is making more
cures than any other medical preparation
in the world.
A daughter of Mr. C. Jordan, of Atlanta,
was cured of a serious case of stomach and
Mr. N. T. Johnson. of Atlanta, was cured
of a long continued and severe case of
catarrh which was sapping his life away.
Mrs. M. Farmer. of West End, Atlanta,
was completely cured of a ten years' case
of inflammatory rheumatism.
tev. A. B. Vaughn. Canton, Ga., was
cured of facial neuralgia, also of a liver and
tkidney trouble of many years stnding.
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pations, Maar ri, r mints,e th
the s afd e an tin r ee d
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Your t roage Size so0littled.as o
BUE ON &WILON,E AnD
Fire Cylne ard T raoe. ..
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy them in Augusta?
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar value for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business in every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at yout R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
get many other suites in Walnut,
Ok, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special largain No.2.
Is our elegant -Parlor .Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frmes, upho!stered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a large number of them. at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver' this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est R. R. depo't for $33.00. Besides
these suites I. have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up complete for $11.54) all
charges paid? t'o your depot, or a 5
hole range wi'th trimmings for $15.
Besides these, I have the largest
stoek of cooking stoves in the city,
including thp Gauze door stoves
and Ran~ges And the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire
gauze doors. I am delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid, at the price of an
ordinary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves made.
Full particulars by mail
100 rolls of matting 40 yds to the
roll $5.75 per roll
1,000 Cornice Poles 25cts. each.
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 feet on
spring roller and fringed at 37) cts.,
each. You must pay your own
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannot quote you everything I.
have got in a store containing 22,600
feet of floor room, besides its an
nexes and factory *in another p art
of the town. Ishall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THE
HERALD AND NEWS, published at~
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0.1)., or on con
signment. I refer you to the editors
and publistiers of this paper or to
any banking concern in Augusta,
or to the Southern Express Co., all
af whom know me personally.
L. F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
Augusta, - - Georgia.
Proprietor of Padgett's Furni
ture, Stove, and Carpet8Stores.
Facory, Harrison St.
Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for June
New Orleans, besides being a centre
of interest in connection with the Ma
fia tragedy which has lately caused an
international diplomatic Ilurry, is a
city of checkered history and never
failing picturesgeness. Belle Hunt,
the well-known and racy Southern
writer, gives some vivid impressions of
"New Orleans, Yesterday and To-day,"
in a richly illustrated article which
leads Frank Leslie's Popular Monthiy
for June. Nelly Hart Woodwortn,
whose bird papers are a charming
monthly feature of this magazine,
writes about "Vermont Homes and
Friends." Alphonse de Lamartine,
the great poet and statesman whose
centennary France bzs just celebrated,
is the subject of a thoughtful and inter
estMg article by Richard B. Kimball,
LL.D. Antarctic Exploration, and
Nordenskiold's new expedition, are
discussed by John Laird Wilson. Oth
er illustrated articles are : "Fort Snel
ling," by Major Win. M. Powell ;
'Over the Mont Cenis to Italy"; "Cu
rio Shops and Curio Stalls in Japan,"
by Douglas Sladen ; and "The New
English, French and Magazine Rifles,"
by a British Army Office. There are
short stories and sketches by Captain
Burt Arnold, David Ker, Fannie Ay
mer Mathews, Bernard Almonta and
others, and a number of dainte poems.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
WILL BE MADE ON
TALBOTT & SON'S
ENGINES & BOILERS.
Saw Mills $200 to $600.
Corn Mills $115 to $395.
Planters and Matchers $200 to $1,500.
I sell the most complete line of Saw
Mills and wood making machinery in
V. C. BADHAM, Gen'I A at.,
. COLUMBIA, S. C.
Home Office Factory, Richmond,
W E KEEP A GOOD LINE OF
IN STOCK ALL THE TIME AT
Our o. 7tove
For Ten Dollars
IS HARD TO BEAT.
CALL AND SEE IT.
AND ALL OTHER GOODS
SOLD BY US AT PRICES TO SUIT
J. J.8SCOTT & CO.
Newberry, S. C..
K INDLY THANKING MY PAT
rons for past favors, I solicit a
share of their patronage by sending me
orders which!J cen fill at short notice
and small profits, and remain as ever
161 Fulton Ave., Astoria, N. Y.
BY VIRTUE OF AN INQUFEST .
of Escheat before a lawful jury
em paeled in the matter of the estate
of Lilla May Riser, deceased, the fol
lowing lands~ were by the verdict .of
said jury escheated to thbe State, to wit:
All that tract of land situate in the
County of Newberry, State of South
Carolina, containing twenty acr,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
WV. J. Shealy, E. B. Counts, John
Riser, Mrs. M. Ruff, and E. and R.
Sligh. The person last seized of said
landsiwasthe said Lilla May Riser, who
died in the County of New berry, in the
State of South Carolina, some time in
the year 1886, being a native of the
same County and State.
All heirs and other persons claiming
:mider said deceased are h-ereb'y required
:o appear and make claim to said es
W. C. CROMER,
Escheator for Newberry County.
0. L. SCH UMPRBT, Solicitor.
One Dollar Weekly
Buys a Gold Y'atch by OJr
O(UR h KARAT PATENT STIF F-.
LFened Gold cases are warranted'
fr 20 yearsa, Walt hami and Elgin
moveents-reliable and well known.
Stem wind and stem set, Hunting and
Open face, Lady's or Gent's size. Equal
to any $'75 watch. We sell one of these
watches for $28 cash, and send to any
address by registered mall or by ex
press, C. 0. D., with privilege of exam-.
Our Agent at Durham, N, C., writest
'Our jewelers have confessed they dont
know how you can furnish such work
fr the money."
One good reliable Agent-Wanted in
each place. Write for particulars.
EMPIRE WATCH CLUB CO.,
4.5 &50 Maiden Lane, New York.
TOR MEN FNE
fsoECHsicH E8rERo NG,
OPPR~IOD~ ,,,,.M RO',,i&, d
and prcrbe It a ith at ausf.tion for the Cate Wall
Mrw:q and stages u! Primary. and Tertsr
f3rphi:+ r . ic 1cn:attsm. eohlons licrs an
F..:.. Glandnlar ~weflltc.. Rheanitlm, Malaria., old
S.-nie ';crs ahac - iste.t all treatment. t'stsrrh,
PO. P. kLaaDolsow
liiu lli..a.ses. EC:emta, Chronic Female Complalut.Xet
or n .-',son. 't . S Head. Etc.. Etc e
P. 1 . is A ~.aw-rful scr:ic. and an excellent appetizer"
building to the sys1 mt rapidly
(,adles wL: .e systrms are poisoned and woeblood is I.
an impure e+cn du e to nienetrual irreguaitie ace
X. . .MALARIA
prcnliarly b. nifitcd b; the wonderib tonic aed blooe
cleansing propertied o1' v. F. P.. Fri .kly ish, Pelte 2oo$
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors, .
)ruggists, Lippman's Block. 'SAVANNA,6J
r. Q. BOOZER'S
heaper than Ever Befor
Offered in Newberry.
IF YOU NEED ANXfHING IN
GIVE ME A CALL
ND I ASSURE POLITE ATTEN
TION AN]D THE
FOR THE MONEY
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Thos. Q. Boozer.
O . .
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a-A fo ctaoge.
NAH 0L - TEN
T mhie o17fratouada.
Notice of Final Settlement
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN *
i\that the undersigned, as executors
of the last will and testament of Sam
uel A. Boozer, deceased, will make a "
final settlement of the estate of the said
deceased, in the Probate Court for
Newberry County, on Monday, the
-eighth day of June, 1891,'at 10 'clock
in the forenoon, and will immediately
thereafter apply to said Probate Court
for their final discharge from all liabil
ity in and connection with said estate.
O. E. JOHNSON'
J. W. M. SIMMONS,
R ICHMOND AND DAN VILLE RAa L
COLtMBIA AND GREEzNvILLE DrIvis.
Condensed schedule-In effect May 31, 1821.
(Train& run by 75th Meridian time.)
No. No. No. No. No.
WESTBOUND. 13. 1 15. 17. 7. 9.
AMJA MA MP MA M
Lv Charleston....... 5 :. ... ..~.. ..-...
S640 6 5..........
Lv Columbia........... 10 3011 15I.... 6 00 ..
Union.........-....'1.25 28 ......
Ar Spartanburg .... .... 155 ......
rron......... ..... 3 O6t .... ....... ...
nda. ... 3 41 ........I ...... ...
Flat Rock........... - 4 09 ........ ...... .
Henderson...... ..... 4 22 ........ ~ ........
Asheville..- -. ....' 517-....- ....- ....
Lv Paint R ck ..... ....6 ..... ..... ....
Morristown.......... 715 .. ........ 7 1 . . .. .. .....
K:noxvllle........ ......8 0.............
Ar Cincinnati..............7 32 ....I......
Lv Prosperity........ 11 57 ....4 83 7 28'.......
AM P M,
Newberry.....12 2512 15 .... 85017 45
Clinton ,........ 2 25 - .. ........ 9 08 ....
Ar Laurens... 3 15 .. ..... ... 9 .
Ar Ninety-Six.. ... 1 35 ......1........ -.
Lv Nlnety-$ix........ 1 55 ....... 10"(8j.........
Greenwood......... 2 1 ....... 10 28
Ar Abbeville ......... 3 2.....11 30.
.elton ... ........ 4 :0.....1 40 .:....... .....
Lv Belton............. 3 3 ........... .
Pelzer... ... .... 4 ..... .... ..... 123
Pledmont.......... 4 20 .... ........ 12'0
Ar G reen 111e....... 5 0"; I....... ...............535. I1 15
Anderson............ 5635.... 12 15.... ....
Pendleton........ 6 31 .... .
5eneca.......... 7 25.... . . .
Lv Seneca......... 7 55....... ........... -
Ar Walhala....'. 8 25 ................
A tlanta... .... 12 b.- ...._ ........
EASTBOUND. No No No. No. fo.
14. 1. 18. 8. 10.
LvGWaln -.......... 9 15........ 8 15 . .J _ - -.
L eneca.. . 9 4........ 6 .
Pendleton. ......... 10 18..... .. ..... .
Anderson..... 10 55 ....... 8 00 .... .....
Greenvile.......... 10 10 .......... . 3
Piedmont. .......... 10 55 ... .
Pezer.. .... ....... 10 51 9. ...... ..........
Ar Belton.............. 11 20 .3 25 . 4 7
Lv Eelton-.......... 11 4n ...... 3 4 .......
Ar .bbeville............ 1200... 500....
Greenwood....... 1 15....... 6 12... ......
LA _ Ninety-Six PM .... ..
Laurens.... 4 00 ....... .......... 630 ....
Clinton. .... 0 1.... . ..... 702.
Ar Newberry.. 6 50 3 30 ..... 80 8 15 ....
Lv Prosperity...... 3 50 1..8 17 8 31 .....
excptSuda . ula SperonTM
Lv Cincinnati ... ...... 72 ........ t.. - !
KnoxviAle.... .... 8 15 ...C . .....
Morristown..... Roc... 9 25...... ...
Paint Bock......... ... 11 55 _..........
Hot Spnngs.......... 12%2 .... ......
Asheville... . .... 2 00 ... ...
Hendersonville. ....S 3p61 ...........
Flat Rock........ .... 3 16....... . ..
Saluda..............._ .. 3 41 ..... ..... ...
-Tryon. .... 417 ........e......
S a r nburg.... ...... .... .. -5
i Ar Union...... .. 6 2... .
Ar olmbi.........5 30 8 501......10 10 ..
Charleston.......... 9 30 12 50 ...........
Trains 7. 8. 9, 10. 1.t, 14. 17, 18, 42, 48, Bai'7".y .
except Sunday. Pul lman Sleeper on Tialns.
1band 16 oetween Chlarlesto n an d Cincinp ti
Asheville Paint Rock, Morristown. Bnox
ville, Jellico and Junction t'ity.
J. A. DODSON. Superintendent.
W. H. GREEN, General Maner ;
JAS L. TAYLOR. Gen'IPass. Agen
pm Pamm aDMAm mF
1000w'een harestolnmand Colmba andUpp
-N81 ..orarliae.." :z.
pm amam a
-- 76 6 LY....hrlsteos..A.2250 -,'H3
7 30-...745 "..onkrll --4": 1-17.9 3
:5~87" ...Chartor,........" 31M5
.1001215 Ar....C~1embea......Lv. 3i0 7
...... 3 42" ...Winnso... " 1 ....
....4525 "...Chneso..'....." 325 .........
...... 21 "....Yoreevi1e..." 14005.....
-.8.. ......W73 " rahallet ..." 82-.....
.......63 ",...ChArbloe....." 1200 n... -
....5 ..... 16nb " $30......Grewod.
...... 42'2 " ......Greenville 30
.....' 5 " ......Ahalla..... "20 .U
LUK!A.KWBRV9 15 ....
....m....15 th.... dpayrtnbur "ola 5chd..
W~T BOND p~.s'a aimez
..... .. ..22 ......Hnersnvile 3 01......
...... .. ...17 ........sheil. .. " 2I 00..-...
Soidtains betweenCha4 tn andC2 n-aa
.ATEweS, Gen'1 Manager.-5p
EATe bOUND. H .ambeln, Receiver~
-ae -n~ OMilr. 91o3 S a ay 3,p s-.
uLil e ion et: - -Sla- 80p.~,
LProspembia..............253a m 110pm a -n
LNephar............. 5oa pm 1 2apm
Irmo...................... 8 10 am 1 4- m
Ba.'entinee ill.. Ar21 p.m 11 57 a
WhtewBocr.~..... 8030 pr Nemery12. $46
ProsperIty.......... 82 P8speriy... 6 pl m
Ar CouNbwa........... 7 L5 Colmbi1. 43
Cll tan........... excep uay.Cnne
lins Columbia.......... 5 ailwy o -
Leomhareton ......u..93 ad thm et n
Whithe ock..........s9 ah m1.Rai
Che asip....85 m
LE'tSe Mountain..... 8e4bea m
Pos reniy............ 8 2 y a 18 Om11
LD er ..um............. 640oa m...65p.
Dear Clnton.............. 6 0a m.. 0p
TO AN]) FOMRCAMDEN
Depar Camdn~....4 .55p p
TO A~P FtI3 38G PT m
DLeAulint........700A.lin oam.,......1i.. 0
Deprityut...020 amropei..... 5 28
Dur Colmba......10 00. L... Columb......u6pz
Mades at Uineo,Columbia , with .CBawy.tan
p.om. lot Charlo uutdte, Colust, and
Auort Rarlrad byasamei trai C.o and o
aion ron ohroadtio andl fomCa.
to Et 3 . n. Morrd agent, Newubrry.
AOTH CA.Reso Ih te Aoe toWA o. or
Mommencingdnesduytday. day .*,1t Latame5
ttriher~ aloticeh CEagstrn andime": aI
pits Ai FlR MCHRLST,
Eassw t (Da~1i): z~m ~
DueChaleson.............1 W08 a n... Sou35 p a
toal pinsgott dWest by
DSe Cade............ 11n Pas pA
South (Da xep'