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THIIURSDAY. AU(GUST 20. 1885.
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.Mr. L.. S. Bowers, po-tn::n-ter. al I'ro-perity
is our authorized aget at that place
R.H GR RENEK E R.Jr.,Lo(.u. EIron.
INI)X OF NEW ADVERTISEIMENTs.
C. &- E. L. KEItRIsoN-Drv Gool-.
CORI (.RAToRS-B'ding & Loan A'e.
C. F. .JACKSoN-Drv Gto<l etc.
COLLi.F-s. C. Militarv Academy.
CoLLEG E-Greet.viih- 1 Fimale" (collge.
CITV COUNCIL-Ordlina nee.
I)IE:.PORTES &t EL1MUNPS-1)rvy (o:>d.
J. N. 3IAI:'N C\ GI
WVillie IIailpton, so:i of Mr. and 3Ir.
Antoine Btzhtardt, of our coulintv died
on the th insr., in the 5ti yearl of his
llrs. Casey Campbell died in the Beth
Eden neighborhood on the 10th init.,
from the elfects of n spider bite. received
a week previously.
Mr. George Matlet t, a promising young
man, died at Jalapa, on the 13th inst..
of malarial hematttria. 'l'hi. disea.e is
getting to be very connu 11 ad1(1 fatal in
our county. JAN.
Miss Babe Rtil, youngest child of
Mr. Wim. Ruff, deceased. died of (con
gestion of the brain, at her lom in this
eotntlty, on the 10t linst., aged abit 25
Mrs. Louisa Yotm;r, wife of 3Ir. .J. 3I.
Yotng, and aunt of Mrs. J. Y. McFall,
died of cou;gest:oil. at Iopewvell, i:st
Stturdav night. agzel about 72 years.
She was buried at Bush River Church
Sunday. Besines a huband -he leaves
two sons and one daughter.
Xr. Michael Buzhardt died at his resi
dence in this county last Stundav in the
7i8th year of his age. lIe leaves a large
circle of relatives to tmourI his depar
ture. He was turied at the old family
burying ground. not far from the old
Barbecue for Benefit of Mt. Bethel Ch.
There will be a barbecue for the bene
lit of Mt. Bethel Church. at Mr. Thomas
W. Keitt's, on Wvetintesdav. the 9th of
September. Go wne. go all. a:ld have a
The first bale w:s broa;lt in by Mr.
IIeuiry Wallace. of Saluda. on ''esday.
It was raised by 3:r. Wc. A. ilt on Mr.
F. Werber, Sr.'- place, and was bought
by .J. N. MIart in & C'o. Weight, 400 lbs.
Price. 10 cents apud
Dr. J. L. Speake,
A former re-ideit of IIelena. and now
practicing in the Anderson neighubor
LaGang he e m~edicinle Y
last S it th e best con
~ e..Dr. araty wa~ called] to see
him Tuesday night.H et i c
~edvfiri! feeling some~whait bet
-er -i i- u'erineg with au abscess of
Mr. Jas. F. Todd has moved into hi
nowv store next to tileoeh occupie th
an it.and1 looks so bright atnd con'
lortable. It is only a step from te led
tad, and he cordially tnvites his ol
ctoine(rs and as many new ones as mayi
be pleased to visit him.
It Is WVell.
One of the' mloSt impor)Utant~ advertie
this week t. i- 1rn th Tow C1 lel
of Newberrv. We huave had our. say
th ;ujet It is aow for the people t
1se fort be tis ori c ti 1tt(
protect the health of the town.
That Sturdy Old Farmer.
MIr. Jesse Senn writes. 'I bogu
one bottle of your Certain Ci ai
.A ne Specific and 'ured (8) eitfMe0Pl
myplace with it. Sonme were memnbers
my family and others ott myv place.
is -r ha til .thig I kno of
The Southern Exposition
The Southern E xlo5ition11 att L,out
-y,oei Aui 1 II1g.-, anul eloses C
4. Exhibits fromi the priii.lE
lean, Easterni and South American tco
trieS and from every St,ate an: [c1
r'. in the U nion- Capp'i amn
York Military Band is engta ft' fr
seasonf. Excuri'on rate(' oin alter
Registrationi of Births and D)eathls
.An ordiniance hats beeni pa:i,ed by
TownCotuC1 .ni thle Boar
lla ti te roeqio Nwl'r
reitralbi-saddn hth c.I
mtlt h of by onr town i author
lte:d the law and "' =- .
inely. Ou;r town is lookol utp.
r. 'V S. hultn. ao four or h
ierr) i -. - 'o it 'oi. f I'V*~y
re.xlent of . lnhill -1 whek
reo'l n i are E .'rn. of
Fathe'r Terrt', of St.\o.. C
1.frn th~e martriage cerem.'lii
-itivt5 o1f the' bride and' tr- - &.i (
fluilding atifi Loani Association
esr. -1 M. .John.toue. 0. B-.
Jr.. C. A. Ikownn""ii '; cror
Geo- S. NIowel ar- .tane eian
at - - C1-~-ua whi'lh all who ant
e-ted ini the organti/a i""td to hn'
tiont are earne*stly re*?Ii&'e o hi
cii It would sp:eakwelfrN
+o have 5tuchiat:SO~itIl oil
er live hushnes.s tmen.
T'he Stock' show
wvhiiebl molet-i.i.; 1nd Ihet of (Itt
.sides rattle, hg -t'i t hich o1va
wer exhibted, anut .hl 0
people we 01. IL IQ ''., :r yea .
that was i. 'i ~thioit >ie Carh
surgeon of. t ith te alnd areet
try. wals t.\i,1e ,bii r. let
chee.rs by~ the ol r til ote nir
qality and 111l,lr-tvorably *
hiibitelId oi11; .w *t- a1 el '
State F:ir-. ". .wok thI\
farm pr dntts.
J A Certain Cure for Chills and Fever.
I can give utv hearty and unqualitiec
approval of Pelham's Certain Chill i
Algste CUr. which I have found from ae"
to:il iper=on1:il ut.e to be a positive cur(
for Chills and Fiver. .J.A.RURTON.
, For . aie by all dealer-. -$1.00 per bo:
ti -. 8-13-tf
List of Patents
Granted to citizens of South Carolina,
for the week ending. Aug. 11, 1885, com.
piled from the Official Records of the
Uited States Patent Office. expressly
for the IERALD AND NEWs, by Shipley
Bra-hears, Patent Attorney, Solicitoi
and expert, N,.. 437 F Street, N. W.,
Wahington, D. C., of whom copies and
tormuarion may be hail
A. S. Emerson, Charleston, Ventila
II. Wil-on, Abbeville, Planter.
Look Out for Spurious Dollars.
Several counterfeit dollars have been
discovered in circulation among our
mnerchants within a day or two past, and
some have also been presented at the
banks, where they have been at once de
ter:ed. Of course they were in the
hadli?s of reSponlible anil repittable per
-on-;. who htave been1 Victimtized by the
cleve(rne-< of the counterfeit. They are
:aid to b: an lutost periect counterfeit
of a ge:mninc dollar, with the exceptio'r
hat they ire li,liter.-Cd,u,bndlI eiste-.
"lhe .lorgan Incident
Rev". Mark M. Boyd paid usa a pleasant
call this mnorninig, says the Edgetield
.oni/r if the 12thi inst. He has spent
several diays with his daughter, Mrs.
Morgan, and he says the account of the
renarkable ehan ge iii her condition
given in the JMouitor two weeks ago was
as nearly correct as it well could be.
Mrs. M. is still improving. Uncle Mark
is yet suffering from the effcets of the
fall received some weeks ago, but is
gradutally improving. IIe is assisting
Revs. Mr. Dantzler and Mr. Beaty in
the protracted meeting at Spauna.
An Old-Time Gentleman.
The Union Timcs says : We had a
v"ery interesting visit last Tuesday from
the ye nerable and courteous old-time
gentleman, Mr. W. Edrington, of Lyles
Ford, Fairtield County. Mr. Edrington
is 82 years old, and is undoubtedly one
of the best preserled Ime n of anywhere
nea- that age we ever s:nw. His mind
is as clear as a bell, and his step is as
elastic and ste:ul as that of most men
at 45 years. His memory is also good,
:i01 hi= recollections of mien and inci
dents of the long years past were both
refreshinig and full of interest to us.
Mr. Edrington has a sister living whose
age is 97 years and six months. These
venerable individuals reside with Dr.
Frank Fant, whose age is 4, and the
average ages of the three living under
one roof i- Si years. Our venerable
friend is vi-iting the family of Dr. A. E.
The Chappells Bridge.
About a y ear ago the question of a
free bridge across the Saluda was agi
tatedl. We notice from the Edgetield
Chronicle th.t the County Comnmission
ers of Edgei. ld and Newberry have an
appointieit to meet at Chappells on
27th inist., to take this matter under ad
visemenit. This is an important matter,
and we hope the two boards of Commis
sioners will sec it to *he interests of the
two counties to heip in building this
bridge-. It will be of great benetit to a
large nmnmber of persons who live on the
Edlgeild side and do their trading :at
Chappells. It will also be a great coni
veniene to many persons on our sidle of
d er thelAno) u.
aaept The wedding
bridg when we were connected with
h iVers nd wve are of the same opml
the v. s We think the town of Chap
oeil no.ght to subscribe towards the
lding of the bridge, but the greate
part of the money must and ought to b
appropriated. by~ the two countes.
State S. S. Convetiond) in Coluimbil
Teachers' County Coniven t ion at New
berry August 18-20
Public speaking at D)ennfy'5 Auguw
120). in interest of r.arrow gauge raidro:i
Boards County Comnmissionlers Edg
ield and Newberry at Chappells,Au
00 to consider the building of a brid<
across the Saluda at that poiit.
Corporators B'g and Loan Ass'n
Mr. G7. S. 3iower's office August 2L
five o'cloc~k, p. in.
Conferenlce of A. U- P. Churches
Canon 'S Creek, August 29.
it S.S Coinventionl Newberry Luther
d Coierence ar Cdon y Church, Aug'
f Unioni Fourth Se-ctiont Reedy Ri
Asociation at Cross Roads Church, ~
Barbecue at M1r. T.' W. Keitt's Sept
for benetit of M1t. Bethel Church.
c, ev. A. B. McM3ackin
et- The Fairfield (Iowa) Tribune of J
- 1t - -0t - -'It is with no little regret
in- we ann,ounice t hat RvA. B. c
i. of the Luthierani church, this city,
eww e'terminlted to give uip his charge I
he The iecall he has been c-onsiderimg f
ithe church at Newberry, SouthC
-iui ie has decided to accept,
hls to be :able to start for that p
xt-t week. Mr. 31eMackin hais 1
th1ee eea y-ars anid has made a
othe ltti-. being afi'eetioniatel:
- , ded byv members of his churee
rigte' in hi~gh esteemf by aell our citi
n e coninendt him to the good gratc
n itthe people of New berry. IIe is a y
ant tmanof unctommoni0f aihity :and bi
e i ema a esdo a tirue and fat
l .oi-d Clr4aisirit, and is de.stinied to
ord-itof niark' in his church- It wi
-)l santt for his friendls here to
hat lie wroes to a good, strong cl
Luthmerant college, and a church
it)hisia - s ublished there- We are
p l it. ta loe r. McMackini from Fai
at hu inllit as le togore ho
.e cm red him,. foi both are doing wvell
re The Narrow Gauge.
teThi- Augusa anid Edielield peo
ni eariet abouit buildinig the
age ra,iiad--.ad we believe
b- buit. T he- b,usiness men of
.ay., ae- enterprisi-ig and,are nott afrai
- au d I e their ca:pital. T hey aire et
r ~f with that wisdom antd foresigh
ci-ienal)e5 themit to see ahead, and t
wer' r aina"avs readly to contribute thei
sta t.i owards5 any entterpnise that wil
inter-ir eitv. Fortuniately for Ati,
cca-anntot b~e sauid that wvnh fewv ex
prethe wrxong nien have the eapil
xerry mrthose wvh have the .enterpr
i(i tf irevented the chanCe or shion
hitr could tdo beauie they have
me:ans. No ' birains, eniter-pr
mnev go together in Augusta.
t lt re'a-on why Augusta is one
-- ' inm-st beautiful and progressive
. e n-. ctuthe-rn cities. She saw her
oa .t in the Greeniwood anid Anueus
irid > ti n muadle hia4te to secure the pr
ud -u ofnle s ow reaping the bene:
bfa e te-'-s her eibance again in .this t:
by t titi.rrow" .zainge road and is iiot
a *dta wih~e1:tions1 to) seize hce-r goldel
-dwth 'in nit . Edgetield is i:i dead ea
it.1The tunrosperiuY is acting nobi2
mitex tau il the town' of Newherry do
-d tab tonhisaong the route? C
. tiitable i5 ioneetiii ait Butler Church
Ir n ou s- peakers wIth your milemi
1 Maybint+tn and Lightfoot (Fairtie
I County) played last Friday at ierberl
(Union County). Score : Lightfoot
Maybinton 17. [Ben Lane report
huge time. especially at a d!ance th
Pro-perity and HIartford playid th
econzd game at Mr. Sant Iaysinger's <
last Friday, resulting in a victory i
Hartford of 2; to 2L.
Prosperity and Hartford were engag
in a game at the Newberry Fair Groun
Monday afternoon when they were i
terrupted by the rain.
Lightfoot and Newberry will play
Maybinton Wednesday, 26th inst.
Glenn Springs Railroad.
At a recent meeting of the Stockhol
ers of the Glenn Springs Railroad. whil
is to be a narrow gauge from Sparta
burg, Maj. D. R. Duncan was unat
mlou-ly elected President of the Cot
pany, and S. J. Simpson, Esq., Sect
tary and Treasurer.
It seems that the people interested
this road are in dead earnest. The s
lection of officers sneaks well for t1
road. They are mIen of sound jindgne
and business capacity, and will pu:
the road through if it can be done. M
jor Duncan l:as a l:ge in-luence in ra
road circles as well as experience in tl
details of constructing them. It is pr
posed to extend the road to Nen berry
sutlicient encouragement is given. TI
stock already taken is nure than sutlicie
to grade the road to Glen us, and even if
is not carried farther it will ia all prob
bility be more than self-sustaining. TI
country around Glenus is well adapt<
to agriculture, thickly settled. and tl
people are progressive. Besides th
Glenn Springs, although perhaps not
well known,aflords as good mineral wat
as any springs in the land. It ha: bet
pronounced by those who are fully cot
petent to ju.lge, superior to all, i
from the nunnerous cases that have be<
cured in our own county and what v
know from experience, we would s:
that as a summer resort, either f
health or pleasure, it is all that of
This road will be the means of makit
the Springs more accessible, and we si
cerely hope that those who have t]
matter in charge will have encourag
ent sufficient to complete it at an ear
The Health of Newberry.
Dr. H. D. Fraser, Secretary of tl
State Board of Health, has visited
the towns in the State, and makes
very satisfactory report in regard
Newberry and surrounding towns, at
says that "both the health and sanita
condition of these places is consider
excellent." He does not report mo
favorably of any other place in tl
State. The recent number of cases
sickness in the town has been great
exaggerated. The cause of these cas
was discovered and it has been entire
removed. The town is in the very be
sanitary condition, and at this tin
there is only a few cases, in apopulati<
of more than three thousand person
that can be assigned to local causes. 1
make this statement to correct rumo
which might operate against the colic,
and other interests of our church.-Co
respondence Lutheran Visitor.
We are glad to chronicle the fact tht
there are only a few c:lses of sickness
town and that the town is now in tl
very best sanitary condition. And :i
though Dr. Fraser visited Newberry b~
fore the "tanniem v incident." wve a:
pleased to testify to the correctness
his report so far as Ne wberry is eo
cered, now that the cause [of the sie
ness] has been discovered and entire
removed. We only mention this fact1
gown o eore. the war tI
Gi of the number of recent cases
sickness in this town wye have only
say, that at that time all the cases we
not reported in these columns. T
health of the town is the most import~
considertionl. The~ object of the agitati
has been accomplished. We are tri
glad, we repeat, that the cause has b
discovered and removed and t.hat 1
sanitary condition of the towvn is go
This is all wve want.
Varous and All About.
The teachers' conlvention is ini sessi
t The State Sunday-Sch1ool Convent
is in session
Now for the railroad meeting at
ler Church to-day (Thursday.)
eThe State Fair this year will prob;
eclise any~ of its predecessors.
t Loatng is not a healthy occupa
, and should not be encouraged.
Winburn is taking photos at La!
Iced tea is improved very much
a little lemon juice is added.
st Dr. J. K. Gilder is acting 3Mayoi
ring Mr. Johnstone's absence.
er Xiss Minnie Ruff wvill take char
u- the Pine Grove Academy next yea]
Miss Clara and Laura Blease, ti
9, complished young daughters of 2
H. Blease, are visiting friends in
Mrs. Rutherford, of Newberi
teching music in the Hurricane
ly borhood. We learn that she has a~
hat clas and that they are learning I
ha Laurensrille Herald.
haes J. F. Todd has moved into ,hi.
roi' store adjoining his old standl. '1h
ao- buildigs presenta beautiful appet
nd Wise Bros., Prosperity, are the
lace for the domestic sewing machine.
>enl Judge Wallace still ha:s the Fo
nost tachnment cases under c.onsideraiti(
y A "syndicate" of four Prosper
es.was observed at the entrance to I
e .Jones' office Tuesday morming.
s of have meant narrow.- gauge. Ne,
>ng ''had better" look out.
t1ht- Chief of Police J. II. Chappell
behfulig a fruit stand erected on Pratt
be be on the lot betwveen H. C. Summec
11be T. F. Harmon's stores. IIenry
urno. ton will run it for~ hinm. Who s.ay
urrl) berry is not becoming a genuui
rry yis J. N. artin & Co. areagents
paper very gins you are' looking for.
srry Messrs. Lovin and Wham arec
rtield, aged in the constructionl of th<
igrat- mntf bridge, across Enoree]
att 5 JLauren.grille Heral.
Riememiber the railroad mueetil
becuie and picnic at Butler Ci
ale are Are youi keeping in iniind you
itt ill Help to organize the Bluik
usta Loan Association.
Ittoin- The Board of HIeihth and
doed Council are determined to do al
whwich ower "to bette r p)rotect thme1
i are he town of Newvberry" It wi
nney their fault if this town is sv-kl
benetit the month of September.
nstait Nessrs. W. A. Fallawv and 3
eptionsd terwhite have each recently 1c
ae, am Jersey heifer, and Uncle Bealy
.ewhare b:ad two tine cows to (tie.
tiot the J. N. Martin & Co. have bag
e and ties for sale.
This is A Railroader speaks.
of our Myv wife has been a great suffel
enetarrh. Sei'eral physicians and va
chanoad medicines were resorted to. yct
iead eotne unabated. nothiny a
isadmake any impression upon it.
tit. She tion finally became implicated, il
dlked of ing in her blood.
lo il I secured a bottle of B B. B. at
So pPo upon i:s use, and ther recoveiy ?
rettocomplete. No othcr preparatio
rWehato duced such a wonderful change
r.Bhaofrmso l t)iseases I c
-and the commend B. B. B. as a supero
o to the fier.h.I
an d back Yardmnaster Georgia
1.4 Mr J:anitsons is back from Mi-sissipisi.
Mr.. A. A.lapnan has returnel fr n:
at W"csiv Brown left here la-t %:murday
for ii- le:tionl at Orangeburg.
ir Poiiceman W. T. Buck is at his pozt
m a:ain. ie h:s b:-en sick in Greenville.
or M:. -md Mr-. 11. 31. Barger of Laurens
i spent the past few days With relative
- at Ne-wberry.
c Rev. A. B. McMackin Is expected here
"~ for the lirst Sunday in September.
t Tele;,raph Operator T. W. Coogler of
Abbeville is clicking the wires in the
place of Operator Angel who is oll' on
vacation to "old Virginia's shores."
Mr. George A. Langford returned last
d- week from a visit to Lancaster.
Misses Liuie Grillitlh of Gilbert Iol
low and Lilian Roper of Edgelield are
visiting Mis-es Mallie and Bessie Whee
llr. and Mrs. John Mathis are in
Mr. J. N. Fowles of Gilbert IHollow
at wa ii town last week.
h Iis.-es 3Iattie MIcCaughritn and Sa:
a lie Grein-ker went to Columbia Tolay,
il- aperoned by Mr. E. A. Scott.
o- Mis Lilv Clh:apman is at Ninety Six.
e MIisses Maud Boozer, Lizzie Glents,
it Nannie Wilson and Eoline Merchant
it are visiting ths, sunny side of Silver
o Mr. J. K. P. Goggans and family -pett
.d Sunday at Gary's Lane.
Miss Bessie Waring is back from New
so berry, where she has been visiting the
er famnily of Dr. MIentosh.-Coiumbia 1ler
t- 3Ir. G. A. Norman is oil a vi.it to
t Walhalla. Mr. .. M. Kibler is in his
m place until hi- return next week.
Iv Misses Fannie and Beta Leavell and
rr Mr. Willie Mayes have been very sick
ec during the past week.
Mrs. J. B. Davis and two daughters,
isse. Lollie and Annie, and Mr. D. S.
Mangum are visiting relatives and friends
in the pleasant county of Henierson,N.C.
Mr. Davis and Misses Oliata and Juanita
leave to-day for Wcalhaila.
Mr. Edward R. IIipp of Poniaria has
returned from Glenn's, mich improved
L11 Mr. J. W. Montgomery has gone
a North for goods.
to Gen. Pope has sufficiently recovered
f from his late illness to take a hreathling
spell for afew d:ys up the conuntry.
;t l PtI 0 it~
re Dr. Holland, President of Newberry
te College, is visiting the p;istorates of the
of South Carolin:a Synod. This week he is
y visiting the congregations in Orangeburg
es and Barnwell Counties.-utheran I'i.
t Mrs. hrv A. Kibler is yisiting Mrs.
1e Carroll BI)okman, of Lexington County.
" The latter named lady has been very ill.
but is slowly improving.
rs liss Banna Bnzhardt, of our county,
e has been quite sick but is improving.
'r- Capt. Pearson began the survey on
the Glenn Springs R. R. on the morning
it of the 18th.
xe Col. 1'. .. Lipseomib and family are at
e- The following pxersonis are at Glenin's:
. M1. .Johnstone. TI. S. Moormani and1
Sfamnily, Xrs. Wardlaw, JIiss IIelen War-d
law, Capt. J. W. Gary, A. J. Kilgore,
k- J. W. Wyse, Mrs. S. F.FPant and family,
y Mrs. 3IcWhirter, F. L. Bynmxn, A. J.
o ..eCangbriti, Thos. W. Keitt and wiife.
re was al- a -
oThe Retireliuet of Thos. F. Greneker.
rMr. Thlomas F. Greneker, for more
lti than a <iuartet of a cenltury editor of thm
ntNewberry hERALD, retires from the ed
L itoria maaeet of that paper.hit
he -nd enfeebled physical condition. Mr
he reneker has been, we believe, contim
ynously il ellmrge of the same paper for
mn in the State, ~except, perhaps Mr
L.3. Grist, of thle Yorkville EnLgsrem
:.Colonel R. A. ThompSoni, of the Ekcowc
Gon..er. Mr. R. 31. Stokes, of the LUnio1
10" Ties, \Mr. John C. Bailey, of the Greex
yuvile Enterp)rise and Mountaineer, Mr.
-A. BrunSon, of the BrIVl edn
Colonel Thomas B. Crews, of the La
rensville Herald1, and Colonel James
biil Hoyt, of the Baptist Courier, who entera
the business as editor at Anderson. 3
-Carter, of the Lancaster Ledg
wbelleve, is aloa nebellunm editc
though we are not positive as to the d
cas5 of the beginning of his journalistic
rer Mr. Grist became editor, we
f: ieve, in 1850, amnd the others enter
itathe editorial work between thlat txi
and 1800, in the order in which they
dn- named. These editors have been m l
business for periods of years rangi
ge of from twenty-tive to thirty-five yea
and their records are such that they h~
CCreason for self-conlgratulaition, and
e ac Jeople have cause to be proud of thi
[r.e. heir career has beenl honorable :
de- raiseworthv in every particular, :
. e know thatt each and all of them x
y. ll- vith sorrow the necessary wvithxdra
leigh- from their ranks of one so good, so tr
areanld so worth y of public con lidenice,
ast.- the beloved Thomas F. Greneker, of
Newberry HERALD AND NEWS. A
new jority of their contemporary editors,
e two 'tweenl 1850 and 1S60, have p)assedl <
rance- the River and are at rest. Among
Lgts arvivors who are out of editorial v
wve would niote Governor B. F. Perr)
ta e Southern Patriot, published at Gl
ntat vyle, which wvas a Union paper du
iytsthe Secessionl excitement of 1852, an
)r.te wd ~hose fearless and independent ex'
tr. Ed- sion of political opinionls gained a
t utcirculaitionl for hxis paper and greate1
vbrrry toriety than any main who has pubhi
a counitry palper in South Carolina.
is ay- eral 11arr'ison, of the Anxdersonl .
trect is thought to be still livinlg, but is xn
rs'axand the work of editing. Mr. .Jame:
.ni- Gle-s, of! the Newvberry Sentinel,
s ew- downx the e-dtorial penI and, sc
ct ciy - about thirty years ago. axnd is ii(
for he honored emiployee ill the Granit
factory, and wvho is far advanced c
ii- road to the end of his journey. C(
Woal Benl Lane Posey who commnence(
. er.- publication of the Abbeville Pr,
[1e.- 52, was livinig in Mobile, Alal
wa,ba-~hen last heard from. Mr. W. 3'
tg,ba- who1 edited the Abbeville Press for
trchto- tv years after Posey left the ofi
still livixng in Abbeville, in good
- coun ity and good spirits, withll plenty c
world's goods to make him conmfc
hlgngand faor the remainder of his life. II
s-sses the c-onfidencee axnd good
he'wiall his neighbors. Mr. W. II.
1 iown th-rwhose- sxnecessor is the- presenxt ed
1emlten-f the Pr,ess and Banner, is in Florid:
Uenoth course in his adopted home has it
1' doring enviable name among thle Flor
y n,manyv of wvhom no0w urge him to
kSa-the 'journalistic field at. Ocala
aSa-John 11. Loganl, of the Abbevill
Manguome ner for a time before the wvar, is1
anntthe city of Atlanta, Georgia, inx tl
tiee af~phys:e. Mr. W. 31. Trimi
in i an ~lthe Carolina Spartan, we believae
itor benfore the wvar. IIe madexl a:
adi so far as we now remember,
in r-etiremlent in the enjoyment
-er from Ca- fruits of his labor in the years
rioous patent ago.
tthemdisease Mr. A. C. Jone.s niow the het
ppearing ieto in tile Secretary aaf State's ofi
ICr e,snonni)>- have charge of t~he business del
of tihe Newberry IIRALD ANI
I plaed her axnd Mr. G. G. Sale will be edite
-asrrppid anal Mr. R. II. Greneker, jr., wvill
no ever pro- the local department.-Abberi
. and ff r a(Ull J,hxe,.
>. DDDGF--, ubscrbe for THiE IEnIA
W hat They Say of Us.
Below we reproduce sot of the no
tices of the State Press regarding the
rec.nt change in our p:per. Our breth- t
rel will please accept our thanks for
their kind words :
The Newberry HERALD AN) NEWS
announlCes :n1 entire chaltg" inl its aifairs
owing to the physical incapacity of Mr.
Thomas F. Greneker, the veteran editor v
::ud proprietor. ;o longer dischi:rge hi<
dut'e-. Our old friend's card to the t
public is touching to those who know
how his life and eu,erg'ie. have been T
wedde" :o his calling. and even in his
titter tration lie it loth to give tip
the ship. He has been an honor to
South Carolina journalism during his,
lon; -ervice, and we sinucrely trust that i
his deeliniug years ima be free from
worllly anxieties. Mr. A. C. Jones.
his son-in-law. at present Chief Clerk in
the S cretarv of Stites office, will here
after conduct the paper as publisher.
awnd Mr. G. G. Sale will edit it. The lo
cal work will be well attended to by Ir.
Rt. II. Greneker, Jr., whose piquant pt"n
and journalistic instincts will mak-- his
department all that it should be. We
wish the IIERALD AND N Ews under its
new mlanagement all possible prosperity,
which we feel assured it will strive to
The Newbd"brry HERALD .\ND NIWs
:nnlot ces the withdraval of alr. TIon
as F. Gr:uieker. the veierani editor and
proprietorof that justly popu1l:ir journal.
Mr. Greneker re'tires in cot-equlnene: of
his declitin health to take the rest atid
reetnperation he so mn11tiht need . llr.
Greneker. in the following card, so fully
gets forth his reasons for retiri:l we'
give it in full:
'Mr. A. C. .Jones. at present Chief
Clerk in the Secretary of State's oflice,
hats assumed charge of the IIEIRALD AN)
NEWS as publisher. Mr. Jones is an en
terprising and capable business man,
and though in a new role, will doubtless
prove the right man in the right place.
Mtr. G. G. Sale, formerly connected
with the ei-bcrry Ners as one of its ed
itors, will take charge of the IIERALI1
AND NEWS as its chief editor.
The local department will be under
the charge of Mr. R. II. Greneker, Jr.,
whose ready pen and observant eye will
note all passing events.
While regretting to part with our re
tiring friend, we must congratulate him
upon his good fortune in leaving his pa
per in such excellent and worthy hands.
T. F. Greneker, the veteran editor of
the Newberry HERALD AND NEWS. huas
been forced by ill health to retire frot
active journalism. A. C. Joies, itow
the htead clerk in the Secretary of State's
oflice, will have charge of the business
department and G. G Sale will be ed
itor, while R. II. Greneker. jr., will con
die-te al departmuent.
T. F. Greneker will carry withl himl inl
his retirement the well earned thanks of
the public which he has served faith
fully attl well, and1l the utnanimuous good
will of his profeusional brethren. All
will unite in the wish that the IIERALD
AND NEwS will be as st-eessftl, as ulse
ful and as honored itn the future as it hia
be:"ln itn the past.-Greearille 1ewrs.
Our old friend Mr. Thonas F. Grene
ker, of the New)ertrv IIER ALD. has been
forced by ill health to retire from his
jornalistic ditties. He has been all his
life identified with South Carolina jour
nalism, and all his life has been anl honor
to his profession. Ie lays down the
harness after years of hard and honest
labor, solaced by the .consciousness that
he has always been true to his cotntry,
himself and the hi.ih ethics of his pro
fession. G. G. Sale. Esq., :1-sumes ed
itorial control of the puaper. Mir. R. II.
Greeker, J.II, bue'cmes thei local editor,.
and 3tr. A. C. Jones thle butsiness man
ag.r. Tihtis is a very strong teamt and
c anot fail to do mtost eilieient work.
A bberille Messenya-.
The Nwberr ITEastL ANDNEw
ds .C. Jones is
prpitr 3r. T1' F. Grenieker haivitng
retire on accounit of'feeble health. MIr.
.Jones will remain in Columbia while the
editorial management will be im chtarge
f G. G. Sale, Esq. M1r. RI. H. Grene
ker, Jr, will condutct the local depart
met We welcome the new mnanage
mett ito the raniks. M1r. Sale atid 3Ir.
Greneker have both had experiete.in
drvn - the quill and will do doubt give
vi1t the eniterprise ..-Prosperity R?epor
r. A. C. Jones has leased the New
Cberry HERALD AND) NEWS from his
1 f3hr-li 3r 1-'Thos. F. Greneker,
for tenl years, and matkes racefls
lttatory to the putblic. r.G G.naler
'makes his saluttatory as editor, an Mr
R . II. Grenteker. jr. as .local editor
-r. .Jones wvill retain his po ition1 a~
d chief eherk in the Secretatry ot State.
offiee for a few mionthis lontger, and wil
'*then move back to Newberr.y. Wse wis
r,the new managetment tuuen sutccess.
e eberry Obserrer. iafo
31Mr. T. F. Greneker has retired rt
Sthe management of the Newbe ryh at
d D ND NEWS on accoutnt of l el
ltud the~paper goes into the hands (
-re 'r. A. C. Jotnes, business maniage)
le G. G. Sale, Esq., editor-in..chief, an
"g r. R. II. Grenteker, Jr., local. edito
,This is a strong team'. and the eity at
e county of Newvberry may well be eo
e ratlated that the paper is under t
n- ontrol of so vigorous a combinlation
id tlent and energy. The veteratn Gren
id ker retires with a clean record, and c
Ot ries with hitm the respect of all tht
al who know himn.-IIampt~onI Guardian.
te,1 Mr. Thtos. F. Gr-eneker wtthdra
as froma the editorial chair of the Newbet
he ERALD AND NEWS, anid is succeed
ama- by his sonl-inl-law Mr. G. G. Sale as
be- itor, attd 3Mr. R. II. Greneker, Jr., as
uvr al editor. Mtr. Tfhos. F. Greneker
the been an able and conscientions memi
-ork of the profession, and matny will reg
, of his withdrawal, wvhtich is caused by
et- health.- Charleston Sunday, ihspatch.
rilnn Because of ill health. Mlr. I.homas
y Greneker has turined over t.he Newbt
rrs- NEwS AND IIRANI) to is sont-in-l.
ier Mir. A. C. Jotnes. It is with regret 1
n-we part wvith otur venerable frienid f
sIed the jomtntalisni of the State-lie I
en- lishted a cleaun sheet. The paper
et tI/A fallent into good anid com)ipetetnt Itanic
O; in Crisian Aeiu;hbor.
H-~ Owving to feeble healt h, the vet'
aid T1ho. F. Greineker has withdurawnt i
sors the Newvberry IIERtALI) AT) NEWS
v a the regret of a htost of frienids int
vlle out of the professiont. IIereafter
he A. C. Jones will auct as publish ern
.onel G. G. Sale its editor atnd R. II. Gr
he ker, jr., aus local editor of the ITEE
L.s5n ANt) NEWs.-EnIdCl'fl.otrltl
, Lee What You Want to Know.
wesf Everybody wats an honest answer.
ce,~ simple question: Whbat is the best me~dit
altht~ regulate thec bowels, cure costiveness ul
t tilS liousness, htelp the digestiont and ffive s
table to thtc whlole systetm ? Peopl,e ,a-k,
o e e--vcry dlay. WVe answer, Parkter' T omec
-ll of pleasant~ to te taste. All the chtildrenl
~st.Mothers a;ll praise it. It wvill save a tlt
or times its co-t im every fatity.-.Editor\
. 1hi -
tdeeaan Destroy that Sign.
idis One niay feel that lhe's getting oldt,
reter naturally dislikes that anylthing aOUtl
)r pearancee should advise othuers of t
BBn- Yet nothing does this so effectually
tow in and falling hair. No woman wants t'
. C pc-a man, and business firms hesitate toec
n i- ofman,' who shows thtis fatal stn-.
was, of- Iair' Balsamn is wortht to you, in thus
a e-more than its weight in diamonds.
3rttet, and htave plentiful and glossy hair. Mu
is living had every trace of grayneSS tenmoved
of the spots covered by u-ing; a single bottle.
of g S-3-1m.
d d clerk A Wonderful Discovery
ce, will Consumptives and all, who suffer
trenit affection of the Throat and Lungs,
SWsc'trtaint cure in D)r. King's New Disc
n hile Contsum ptiont. Thousands of permati
r, u tctverify the truth of this statemtenit.
cnuticince c.m show sucht a record of'.
1k 'rex cures. Thousands of once hopeless
now geatefully proclaim they owe the
this New Discoverv. It willcost yo
to give it a trial. 'Free Trial Bottl
D)AND S. F. Fant's Drug Store. Large size,
Silas is atill incognito.
"Oki Sam" knows every inch of the road
etween Helena and Newberry.
Mr. H. C. Summers has returned from Pen
Miss Lizzie Glenn has returned from Silver
Mr. Jas. F. Kilgore trippedl over to I nion
.nd back during the past week.
Mr. Sheppard is the first cotton picker of
The children play croquet in the park eve
A slight shower fell Tuesday night; we hope
T. P. Lane wants Silas to say that Judge
Vallace is his best man for Governor, with
:oi. C. H. Suber for Lieut. Governor.
Miss Nellie Coates is quite sick. Messrs.
>rthur Kibler anti Willie Goggans are also
ick with fever. Mr. It. II. Greneker, Sr.. Is re
:overing from a bilious spell, and, we are
leased to add, Dr. Glenn. who has had a te
ious illness of seven weeks, is now better.
Wood, wood, wood. Mr. Summers has piled
ip twenty cords for winter use. Dr. Welch is
.iso piling up a lot of good dry oak.
3oonlight nights are with us again.
31iss Lily Belle and Master Clint Suminers
lave gone to 'endletori.
3lessrs. Tom. Rieagi and Cli:tr;ie Zobel aud
he Misses Zol,i. went to Silver street Tues
we hail the pie:asure of meeting i'ayt ma .ter
t'elot las'. Wednesday a:ternoon. on his West
ward trip, looking hanldsone a. ever.
Forte-nine persons were received into Riev.
r. liarper's Church (colored Mclthodi-: last
week on probation; the iruition of:a protract
-if meet ing.
Prot. Wright's class in vocal mu_ic arc
earning the "shape" notes nicely.
Mr. 'ratt is our authority on white-wash.
Mr. Leonard is building a blacksmith shop.
Dr. A. G. Welch. though not in prac.iJee, is
skilful and uenevolent physician. He has
nred several of our sick, lately, who asked
im1 to prescribe for thema.
Lounty Sunday School Convention and
From the corre'sponlelce Veus' and
Coiier we gather the following
PROSPERITY, August 12.-The an
tlal Sunday-school Convention of New
berry County met at Grace Church this
norning, Vice-President Levi Slawson
i the chair and Secretary George S.
ower present. Delegates were enrolled
from nearly forty schools.
The following gentlemen were ap
poiited to nomiaate officers for the en
uing year : Rev. J. C. Boyd, 3essrs. A.
5I. Wyse, E. P. Cromer. S. P. Boozer
nud J. S. Dominiek.
Upon the report of the committee on
tominations the following officers were
'lected : President, Rev. J. Hawkins, D.
D.; Vie-Presidents, Rev. A. M. Hassell
id Jacob Epting; Secretary, George
. Mower ; Treasurer, D. B. Wheeler ;
Executive Committee, Rev. Luther
[roaddus, S. P. Boozer, G. B. Cromer,
M. A. Carlisle and Thomas S. Moornan.
'le chair appointed the following
ommlittee on Statistie- and state of the
work : Rev. A. M. Hassell, Jacob Sligh
mnd Jeflerson Quattlebaum.
The ta(dresss of welcomt: was made by
the Rev. J. C. Boyd, of the Associate
Reformid Presbyterian Church. who
was followed by the Rev. J. E. Bush
nell, pastor of Grace Chureb, Responses
were made by the Rev. Mr. iassell ani
Superintendent G. B. Cromer.
The reports from the schools were
full of enicourageencut and an uutstutl
interest is felt in the work before the
Convention. It is said that the atten
dance is better than at any previous
eeting. Already we have fully ont
hundred (lelegates oil the ground witt
more to hear from. The Conven.ior
ue counicil of Graee (Luthueranl
Curh, at a meeting last night, de
eriedL to sell thleir present p)arsonage
pro)erty and have atrranged to purt
hase a mnore eligible lot on which the;
w vill build at an early dayV. T1he con
gregationl i- the lar;.est here, and num
bers over one hundred and nifty con
nuicants. Thie Lutheran populatio
f tlis general section is very influenltia
representing many of our most substat
tial and enterprising p)eople, amnd as
gregates about two thousand mnembel
within a radius of ten miles from th
*The A. H. Presbyterians are also rel
resented here by an iniluential congr
gation. The Rev. J. C. Boyd, the pa
tor, has been in his present charge f
more than twventy-1ive years.
'The 31ethodists have just built a ne
church and are moving forward hop
ully. Tile Baptists are building.
1Mr. 0. E. Johnsonl, Jr., of CharleStO
superintendent of the Presbyterian S
day-school at Summerville, is vistl1
ou~r Convenitioni. 31r. Johnson was
refugee to Newberry during the y
and thus became introduced to his wv
a daughter of Mr. S. P. Boozer. Ii
an ill wind that blows no good.
Jans dots did not reach the 11. &
ast week. I gave them to a young a
to mail, but being in love with two
d more girls lie could think of notl
- .else. Last Saturday evening lie han
dthei to me. So please forgive mec
- time. I will not trust my dots al
e with any one who is in love.
i 31r. Jonunlie Duncan had a mule
Sdie that was 39 years old. T1hme mule
r- been in his father's family for 25 y
se and wvas a~ good one up to its death.
DunCanm hiad it buried in honor ol
is faithfuln~ess during life.
ry The protracted meeting~ at 'Vrat
dd Church conveined on last saturday
d- perhaps will continue four or five
o- The protracted meeting at Bush]I
al as sdiscontinued last Friday. It u'
er good and wvell attended meeting.
etet ve baptised.
ll Professor W. F. Wright of Jalap:
of Helena) has a large singing s
F. at Tranwood amnd one at Helena. I
rr the young professor may be ero
1 with success.
bat Mr. Tom Riser thinks sorghum.
om flbest green food that he has tri
ubb mules and horses and will make
has sfood to the acre thian anmythling
i-- ad exp)erience withI. I think sor
the best millet that our farme
ral>pant. It will stand the drought
ro than anything we can plant at
to make more to the acre.
nd Fodder pullinig i4 in full progre
Mr. our farmers.
r. I would like for some good fari
ene- thtie Agricutltulral Departmentt to ti
ALP it is thatt some stalks of corn v
htve ani car on them. It seeu
m iore general this yeart than.i usual
stalks are large and as he licIYI
o'h sthose that have one and '~e
incto ars oite. Someu stalks have
Id bl% smal shoot, while others have1
enfttiia ear at all. The report'
s th id of cornm this y-ear that was ii
Ittis *wel with cotton seed and sttle I
ukeat.d atd i thinks atbottt one-thiird
usatnndstk have niot eared at all, anid
-1m -omplaint from farmers who
umantre their corni.
Mr. Hayvne Chalmers, 5on o
-u .evr sik. Dr. Clark thinks
hiis Ip 5carlet fever, bu say li .a t
e t'at- in a few days whether it is or uc
us thi to be hoped that it wdil prove to
nmarry notn fever inistead of scarlet.
iplo.r,a A good rain fell in tile vi
r'ark d,rTranuil Chutrch on last Sunday
e t' iCotton is ne-eding rain very I
flyavhavhs ini the last tWO weeks she
uddhbaidas fast if inot faster thani it
Cottoni is damaged ba.dly, but
yet to what extent.
Mr. McElv-en and wife, of,
Contyt, ha:s beeni on a visit to
ronm an RIeeder and returmned on ls
m f find laae Camuibell of .Jalapat hi
eneryurer .t weeks visit to Walhiada and
ntcares- lat -Saturday well pleased.
d o r fOl1r. W. C. Sligh is out tiling
suferrrsa p>atent filer that beats anythi
ir lives to kind, IIe can file a sixty
notothi bout seveni hours and do it
es at Dr. iarateeg hi work to give s
- on.t. or no pay.
the honor with ti ena-h. ie will prove
worthy of their confidence. The road
will he constructed. It is eminently ne
essarv, however. that Augusta, which is
to reap the lion's share of advantage.
should do her part in making assurance
tol. l1itchell tells us that his whole
soul is interested in Augusta's welfare.
B-t"au e the people believe that, and also
believe in his practical tood sense and
honesty. they will, for their own good. as
well as the good of oth-rs. really t: his
Ncedlng reuewed strength, or who safer iros
infirmits peculiar to ther.r sx, should try
This meicn combines Iron with pure a
t) -cs, and is in:'alcahle for Diseases peculiar to '
Wonten, and all who lead sedentary lives. It O'u
ricbes and Purifies the Blood, Sdmula
Ithe Appetite, s trengtheus the Muscles and
It does not blacken the teetb. Irncaseheace
produce constipation-ell her +aediaas do.
M Fr=a= BA=D. 74 Farrell Ave liwa
Jer Wise says, undcr date of Dec. B6tlac
I haveuedBroun's Iron Bittere. ad it has been
more than a doctor to me. having ared me of the
weakness ladies Gave in life. Also cwred weof Liv
0-4 Bomleachead Seng. a 2c.mlxo woder 3ae.
100dssbeen benecial tomy children."
on wrapper. Take no other. Made only byl
Lt -rs onAe D Booa -rseful and attractive, ce n
tairi. . twof Pny- for reypes. information seout
Scheap. A al dealrs nmedciae,e
. .., ...e sonreceipttofuo.nstyp.
F LOWV PRICES*
- South Carolina.
Jersey Silk-, at 25c. worth 40c. Black
50 Parazols, at half pic. 1.00 Yards
Yards White Lawn, at eworth c.
i 25e. 1,00 Yards Gingham, at he. worth
to, 5e. each. wort 25e. 00 Yards 104
10-4 Bleached Sheeting. at 25c. worth 30c.
100 Canopies. 100 Pairs Chi7dren's Hose
wv-.uarter Shoes, to close at five dollars,
at o dollar and twenty-five cents. La
five e. nts. Ladis' Kid Opera Slippers, at
iginal cost. Big drive in Linen Lap Robes
red Shirts, at twenty-five, thirtC-love
awr. at twenty-ive, forty, ifty and sev
> ctoap. b go of r inksu nd Valises,
?ORTES & EDMUNDS.
E~PATl I I
ETO BO TON BAA A R
Sont Caina.he Cmb aln
am wudeeied to sell tyo.e
:to puc :em T.al an Wi
-to rcswl do the work.
asl weren seugh for vmg a
godswhchha od can soldugt,
r.leds tan ariie. Ceoe 'o rd o el
d ulonAR thio next fwtese fo d th
sQ t uy oodte suhlorices.
thing aay b SloewolilftC
mdspectdthe pleada ose y ocau l n o
Col. R. M. M itchell's Latest.
Au,gus:a Chro: ie:v.
Elsewhere our city reporter ha- imad,
ptublic sone intere-ti:;; statementn ex
e-tracted fr,)m Co!. Rt. M1. Mitcheil ane:nt
the pro.iecred narrow-gauge railway ir(om
Augusta to Newh erry via Edgetield. C.
C,. Iii,hell uier'ain no doubt that
the road % Al be built : but. with charae
teri-tic pr:ie,;cnc, i- will no iore a
step until the sinew= of war. now rapid
ly being provided. are put in his posses
sion. The ready mnonev-the Aladdin's
lanp-will soon be well in hand, and
then operations will begin in earnest.
Augusta should emulate Edgelield and
Newberry in ailing this work, which is
it aiil for her benefit. Our lpeople have
had the most intimate relations with
Edge.lield. which has been aptly compar
ed to:111 empire withiu itself, and more
of a Georgia than South Carolina prov
ine-. Our people have intermarried
there and exchaged comuodlities for
tmtany yealrs, and they have helped each
other in tines of danger as welt az times
of p,ro=perity. Now, when a steel band
is :bout to i. ite them more elo;elc and
protitably.:ub=t:,liti:ll evidence is -asked
of th. fraternitv known to exist senti
mnelitall. We believe that it will not
b.- askd vainly. altho:u h timles are hard
and moneV dilieult to "t. But there
are alway- somt enterl.rising pCp:c in
ever; comn):it y. atnd tiherv are not laci:
ing here. A. any rate, a te-r wil! he
m:Ide and, we Irust. that it will b," re,sn
ded to with alaerity.
Col. Mitchell hias worked wonders
with the August.. Gibson and Sanders
Ville Roa4l. Nobody questions, for a
moment. his ability to carry through
that daring undertaking. Already his
rails are 40 miles away and advancinr
hourly toward the terminal point west
ward. Because of the talent. energy and
executive genius so succes-fully dis
played in one direction, the people o,f
South Carolina, neighlbori;'; to us. have
perfect confidence in him. They mnani
fest their trust by their works. They
have sumioned him to build the road
they need, and they have accompanied
Columbia, - -
Fe:mlard Silks. at 35c. worth 50e.
Stripe Summer Silk, at :5e. worth 5ne.
Lace I1unt:n;r. at I0c. wort h 5'e. 2. 00
2.u 0 Yards White Lawn. at 11c. wort:
T5e. l,0 Pairs Gents' Gauze Underves
Brown Sheeting, at le. worth 25e.50(
500 Pieces Mlosquito Bars and Fixtures.
-Big Job. Banister's Hand-made La
worth six and a half. Gents' Goat Tie:
dies' Kid Opera SlippeiS, at seventy.
tiftv cenits. Straw Hats at one-third or
at thirty-live cents. Mien's Unlaunc
fifty and seventy-live cents. Men's Dr
enty-five cents. Ladies' Underwear vt
Polite :-tent ion. Orders by mail solici
S in D)ry Go.ods, Clothing,
- Furnishing Goods at
SHaving just taken stock.I
mnaind(er of my stock at Pric
be sold. Beforc going Nort
ter stock I am prepared to g
3,.500 Yards Best Calico
3,500 " " Bleaching
2,500 " "~ Ginghamn
.500 " N ewberry Mills
3,385 " .Jeans for 121 c
In order to be conlvinlced
been marked down.
Atand belowv original N\ew
. At prices to astonish the p~
renumecrate the (quantity of,i
a"n And Gents' Furnishing G(
to all to the BOSTON BA Z
,rs last opportunity of this se~
its SPECIA L
qlIoffered to thle .JOBBING TRADE.
u 'The I)ry Goods, CIc
Mr. Ed Crooks is with me
iho July 30
hope - *
e or OF DRY GOOlD
ilot SHOES, H A
The .As I never take any stock ill
ooking tire stock of Summfler goods if sta
large As the greatest part of my g
r aa CASH IN THu
uire, At :mi ave rage of at leat:Ipe
f the regular hounses whiere thd~arn
Ihear lmy stock 25 per cent. l -' tha
did not New York City thereby givini
^As I hlave alreadly qiudted pr
mi is now. but I can assure ln)cui
e a:s my store ha:s beenl wittl mi'l
iiiity of Ilowe.ver I will guaranltee 1
United States and give the cust
elh. It thie sacritiee is ininense. I ani S
)u it oil.
arni'l Iv sa lnrtm
4rs. Jane so call earl'. , - -~ I1 fl thle
'hrsdy. wvil lien be conyme ( 1 u
ig of th'e
aw gui in ]
JAN July 16, 10-t f.