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JAN. 6, 1886.
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THE NEWBERRY HERALD & NEW
AT NEWBEIR1Y, S. C.
. ONE YEAR,
SIX MONTHS. - 1.0(
THREE MONTHS, - - 5(
A. C. JONES, Proprietor.
The following persons are authorize(
to take s'' iption- for the IIERALI
AND NEWS :
Prosperity-Ernest H. Kohn.
Mt. Tabor-L. C. Boland.
Bet en-W. W. McMorries.
-3iss Mattie Boyd.
W. C. Sligh.
hore's-W. G. Peter'.on.
4inton-B. H. Maybin.
n's-B. F. McGraw.
ria-J. B. O'N. Hollowav.
hool Books at Chapman's.
Buist's New Crop Garden Seeds foi
le cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
pposite the Postoftice. 1-6
An Eye Opener.
The HERALD AND NEWS, with the
Charleston Weekly News and Courier
as Supplement, for 1S86, fortwo dollars.
Meeting of Board Trustees.
The Board of Trustees of Newberry
College will meet in Newberry tomorrow
to consider the question of a continu
ance of the financial agent of Newberry
College. If it is decided to continue the
agency they will also elect an agent.
Stationery, good, and at low price, at
B. & L. Association.
The regular meeting of the Building
& Loan Association to loan out the mo
ney on hand, will be held in the K. of H1.
Hall at 7.30 p. i. (Thursday) January
7th, 1886. J. W. 31. SIMMoNs,
1-1-t. Sec. & Treas.
The first Quarterly Conference of the
ethodist Church for this station will be
ield at the Pargouage, commencing Sat
day, the 8th inst. There will be
preaching by Presiding Elder Rev. R.
D. Smart on the Sabbath.
At Cost for 30 Days.
In order to reduce my stock to corres
pobd with the hard times and poor busi
ness, I will sell wooden ware, crockery
ware, glass ware, brooms, looking
glasses and cigars, at N. Y. cost. Come
one and all and get bargains.
1-6-tf. B. H. LOVELACE.
Picture Frames at Chapman's.
Rev. W. T. Matthews. of Greenwood,
S. C., will preach in the Presbyterian
Church next Sabbath, at 11 a. mn., and
7.30 p. mn. The communion will be ob
served at the morning service and apre
paratory service will be held on Satur
day evening commencing at 7.30.
A very fine assortment of candy and
other.Chris tmas goods at
. 0-t f J. S. RUSSE LL'S.
The President's MIessage.
The President's message is concluded
on our first page to-day. We felt that
it was due to our readers to print it in
full and we have done so. It gives you
a good idea of the condition of the affairs
of the Government stated in an able and
concise manner and is the first message
delivered by a Democratic President
That's What I Say,
Go to J. S. Russell's where you can
buy goods cheap for cash. For 30 days
K I will seil at greatly reduced prices Dry
Goods, Boots and Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Trunks, Valises, &c. Also Groceries
and Hardware, Soaps, Can Goods and
Notions. Call and see me. Satisfaction
12-10-tf J. S. RUSSEL L.
Mules M 3ules !!
7We have just received a car load of
good mules which we have now on
sale at our stables, cheap.
12-ti. J.P. & T. C. POOL.
LFamily Bibles at Chapman's.
Donations to Thornwell Orphanage.
Dear Sir : Will you please allow me
to acknowledge in your p)aper the re
ceipt of $11.00 from the Lutheran Sab
bath School of Newberry, $5.00 from
Mr. E. A. Scott, and $15.00 collected .by
Miss Fannie May Carwile, all for the or
phans of Thorniwell Orphanage. We
have cause to thank God for raising up
for us such true and devoted friends.
They have made glad the fatherless.
WM. P. JA COB.S
Clinton, S. C., Dcc. 31, 1885.
Red and White just received and( for
eheap at Robertsd;ns D)rug Store,
$ite the Postoffice.1
e ew and beautiful. stock of Lamps
de"scriptions ver y cheap) at Riobert
drug -tore, opposi:e the postofice.
1i>rse, mnie and wagon for sale
b J. S. R ISSELL.
$ed Down to Cost.
9w i- y our chance to buy ew Year
~nts cheap. At Pelham\: iere are
* pretty goods whdi are <. redl for
rtheir value, rather thm carry
~over another year. They 'c wor
of notice. Call at 0once at I hiam's
sa~broidery Patterns, Stampe at
Still Selling Cheap for Cash.
50 doz. best make of Axes at 75 cet
cash; but $1.00 if charged. Call on
St. PEOP'LFS & JOHNSON.
~Our Teachers' Department.
A.~It affords us pleasure to p)resent to ('m1
Freaders this week our talenttei you
friend, Prof. C. W. Weleh, as editor o.
our teachers' department. He has con.
sented to take charge of tihis column o:
our paper and we know that he wil
\ spare no effort to make it both interest.
and instructive. But in order th~a
department may be successful it in
E 'ery that the teachers and friend:
~ducation of the County give the ed
1their hearty co-operat ion and sup)
iuehave no0 doubt, they wil
es and1 elastic step, yetfgray
It is unnatural, necaess
~sam will restore the blac]
urely lost, cleanse from a]
:s falling. Don't surrende
Various and All About.
See ::otice of J:ige of Probate.
Te school, :cim;d exerCies on
'eo;.ie - Jolilhn.a iLe indeOted
to ti . !o call a:.d s:ttc.
Iead r. Duncan's article on "Tarifi f
Relfor'' in anotlhr coluim1. a
Several members of our Bar are it
Columia i in attendace upon th~e Su
Ms-rs. Bi-hop a:d Jli:lenh have rent'l t
Mr. J. F. Todd's store :ind opened a line i
l Mes.rs. John B. Jones and Jolhnitone e
& Cromer, oiler a valuable plantation
for ale. Terms ea-v. t
There are about 000 delinquent tax
payers in the County. The Trea-urer
has i=sued his executions. a
The Stockholders of the Agricultural
and Mechanical As-ociation will meet in tl
the Court house on 18tl in-t.
Miller's Farmers' Almnac is not yet q
out of the hands of the publishers. Next t
week they caii be obtained at this office. n
There will a meeting of the Corpora- t
tors of the Columbia, Newberry and
Lanrens Railroad at Colm:n:bia on Jan- li
uary 14, 1SG. a
Messrs. Donahue & (;happell have p
opened a new store in Mr. W. 11. Harris' a
old shop. The front hls received a new q
coat of paint ud h:s quite an attractive it
There will be a hot supper and oysters
at the hall at Maybintoa on the evening t
of the 10th of this mouth, for the benefit ir
of Ebenezer Church. Everybody is in- i
J. L. 1imnuaugh, Columt .., has made
a sweeping reduction in his immense o
stock of goods in order to get them oft st
to iake room for spring gouds. See his tl
ad. in another column.
All the barrooms have taken out li
cense for anothe - ve-tr. We have only it
seven in town, and their revenue has to
brought into the town trcasury $2,800, st
and into the county $700. n
Our M. D.'s are having a holiday n ow. bt
As they would say, it is "distressingly w
healthy." During last week we were it
informed that there was only one per- A
son in bed sick in the town, and he was at
nearly well. st
Subscriptions to our Savings Bank are i
comingin right fast and Mr. Pope thinks
he will have no difficulty in securing h
,25,000 here at home and i50,000 from
foreign capitalists and that the bank cc
will be ready for operations soon.
The County Commissioners are re- d<
ceiving bids for putting cells in our jail
to make it secure. Representatives of le
two houses were before the Board at
their meeting on Tuesday. Nothing ti
definite was done, as the Board desire to fr
receive other estimates. It will likely m
cost from :2,500 to $3,090 to make our tli
jail secure. tl:
A scholarship is oifered free in the u
Naval academy at Oxford, Maryland, to
a clever young man from this County d.
between the ages of 14 and 18. Appli
cations must be in at once. If there u
is more than one applicant there ur
will be a competitive examination. Ion. ac
O. L. Schumpert can give you the in- Ti
formation in regard to the offer and the
The greatest consolation to cne grow
ing old, is the improved surroundmdigs.
which come with age, experience and t
wisdom. We arc reminded of this fact
by the appearance of the new Seed An-ft
nual of D. M1. Ferry & Co., the cele-|
brated seedsma~n of Detroit, Mich. (They Ise
enjoy the enviable reputation of being~
the widest and hest known firm, in any
business in the United States.) Millions M1
of people gardening both for prohit and
pleasure, have found ever increasing 01
satisfaction and delight in using their a
seeds. Every one desiring seeds of the ti
highest type and best quiality, should se
cuie their Annual. It is sent free on ap- er
MIules ! MIules!!
I have a lot of line Kentucky Mules
at my Stables, and invite all who desire
to buy to call and see them.
1-0-It J1. D. SMITH. to
Comnmoni sens will (dictate, and 25 ets.
will buy lie best tooth preparation,
Wood's Odontine. At all D)ruggist s. o
Mr. C. J. Purcell ha- returned to Ne w
Mr. J. 1). Smith has returned from
Prof. A. P. Pifer has retulrnen from a
visit to Florida.n
Col. TI. J. Lipscomb. of Columbia,
wva< in the city last week. I
Gen. Y. J. Pope leaves thlis wveek for w
a business trip to Boston. p.
Miss Eva Atuhi of Edgotield is tot a bi
vi-it to relatives in town.
Mirs. H. C. Moses, of ,iumIter~. is On ai is
visit to lier father, Yr. F. Werber. t
Mrs. .Jamis N. Lipscomb, of Colutm- ti
bia, is ont a visit to relatives in the city. "
Mr. J. C. Myers left Newberry on
Monday for Kentuceky, to buy a car load g
of mules. hi
Rev. 3.M3. Blrabhamn,plreaCher of New
berry Circtiit has arrived int our town ,
with'his family amil cntered m on his 1
Rev. James Boyd, D). D.. Professor in rt
the Thieoloi icail Semnry at Due Wesct, hi
S. C., spenit a part of last week with S
friends i:: Newberry.a
Rev. HI. F. Chrietzburg and family ar
rivedl -n ia.st Thutrsday. M1r. Chrtietz- 1
burg prieached his initrodnectory sermton T
on la-t Suntday in tihe Methiodist Church.
hir younil* g frientd TL. B. Grenmeker paid a
hi aiyand friends a plea-an:t visitS
dutring thle holidays. lHe is now ra*il- c
roain~g between Charleston and Au- b
Mr. A. J. Sproles of Greenwwood, who ht
is soont to open butsiniess in our town is
here this week. We welcome him and C
hope iie may thud bumsiniess in our 1.lace U
A w'ell known den: i-: like Dr. Thos- t
T. Moort' would not endohrse Wood's t
Odontine dlit he not know it was a good v
tooth prep)arationi. 25 c:. a box, at all e
Iliram Cameron, Fturitumre Dealer of Co
utmnbus. Gia , tellts his e-xperiiee- itus: "F-or
three y- . l have tried every remetdv on the
market for stomach and Ijidnev 1isorders,t
but got no relie f.until I used Ete'etrie Hitters.
Took five bot.-.es t adl m nw cured, and
think Electric Bittc r' th itest Ulood Purifier
ia th.e world."-Major . I eed,. of West
Liberty. Kr.. nsed Eleen le Iiit;ers 'or an old
stantdintg lid::ey a *:eetin and -nys: -No- i
thing hias ever d4one. te so mouch goodJ as
Sold at fitty cents at botle by Dr. S. F. Fant.i
rAREWELL TO THE NEWBERIs
HE SENSE OF THE STOCKIIOLDE
'IESENT To (LOSE OUT AND QIT.
In response to the call issued by t
resident of the Newt berry Agriciltu:
nd 31echanical Association about ti
ozen stockholders a=:embled in t
ourt Hlou-e last Saturday to olvi-'
> what sho:ld be (one a- to :m,oth
tir. The con=titutioun mkes it imper
ve on the directors to hol annual fa;
nless otherwie directed by the stoc
olders. The fair of 1884 fell short
xpenses about O350, and the last o1
-as behind about 100. In consequene
1e A-sociation has a debt of about $~>0
Upon a motion of Mr. Y. J. Pope, M
an .Johnstonle was called to the chai
ad Mr. Geo. S. Mower requested to a
The roll wa- called, and it was foun
mt only about I'S shares were repr
,nted, and as the constitutiol requir(
majority of the stock to constitute
orum1, and a- there are 300 shares i
ie Association, for lack of a majorit
action could be taken. The sense
iose present was tested, however.
The treasurer made a partial stat<
cut. showing the debt as stated abovi
1d with only about $10 on hand.
Mr. Pope moved. as the sense of tlo:
resent, that notwithstanding there wv
deficit, the directors be earnestly ri
iested to proceed to hold another fai
I support of hi motio: he spoke of tli
-eat benefit the Association was to ti
rulers, and of the pleasure and prof
be derived froni these annual gathe.
s. He was willing to risk his stoc
Mr. A. Buzhardt seconded Ir. Pcipe
Mr. R. L. McCautghtrin1 offered as a
nendment to the resolution, that ti
ockholders be assessed 20 per cent. o
eir stock to pay the debt.
MIr. M1uwer said that at a meeting<
te stockholders held about a year a,
was decided to hold one more fair as
st.. and a circular was issued calling o
ockholders to exert themselves t
ake the last fair a success. The pro;
ct in the future is not likely to be an
tter than it was the past year. 1
as not entirely in favor of either res<
tion, but thlought it was best for th
ssociation to owe its stockholders tha
ly outside party. It would act as
imnulus to thien. If it was decided 1
yld another fair it would be best t
Lve the debt wiped out.
_Mr. G. F. Long said he thought
td been decided that the Associatio
uld not enforce the collection of t1
vv if it was made.
The President said it had been
The mlotio:: and amendment were bot
Mr. McCaughrin said that it was plai
at the Association would fall behin
om $130 to $300 each year, and I
oved, as the sense of those presen
at the directors be requested to pt
e Association in liquidation and elo;
its affairs. Carried without discu:
Mr. D. B. Wheeler moved that thi
rectors be requested to call anothl
eeting on the third Monday in Jai
rv, (18th) 1881. The Association the
I Your Neighbors
That the HERALD AND NEWS sel
u each week the Charleston Weekl
ews aind Courier as a supplement
ich contains twelve pages-sevenit)
-o columns, of the very choice-t niew
A reading matter, and that it is a
rished for two dollars a year.
Owing to the rain Sunday night an
mday moriiing, the crowd in tow.n 0
>nday was not as large as it usually :
sale day in January. Still there wer
ood many people here, and most
C rop)erty sold very wvell.
The MIaster sold the following prof
G. 1ewhirter, vs. Joseph W. Gore<
0 acres to HI. C. Wilson for $400.
Wi. 31. Dorroh, et. ail., Ex'or, vs
i Longsh ore, et. al., S0 acres to }
Longshiore for $1,350..
Godfrey Leapheart, Ticeasurer, v':
ios. S. MIoorman, et. al., 1li acre lot
wi to Mirs. IL. A. C. Wickei for $310
o, in same case, i acre lot in townt
rs. Iarie W. Mloorman for $105.
National Bank of Newberry, vs. F. A
hupert, et. al., house and lot in tow
Is. MIary E. Harmon for $1,525.
Fant & 3fcWhirter, vs. Holloway Hil
.:al., 131 aci'es to M1. A. Carlisle ft
Eliza Fowles, vs. J. Belton Wert:
80-100 acres to C. IL. HIav'ird for $2,77
J. 3. Gee, Judge Probate, vs. Holl
vy Hill, et. al., 185 acres to Dr'. Franc
.Setzler for $1,000.
The other cases advertised by thle Mia
r were withd(rawn.
James F. Watkins, Executor, sold 2
res to William Q. Watkius and J. I
atkins for $:2,150.
i Hot Supper
At Fallaw's Hall, Helena, New Yeai
git for the benefit of Mis3s Beula
eni eker's school was a pleasant succes:
th in the supper itself and in its soci:
ature. The ladies of the little villagt
ith their usual and heavy-handed hos
tality, assisted by several from Nev
ry, spre'ad a temp)ting measure<
eats, salads. pastry, et cetera. Fisi
shi and fowl were temptingly and Ia'
bly servedl, with necessary concom
nts. T1hie fowl was dlelicicus turke:
.e flesh, roasted porik and savory hian
ile the li-h was the luscious bivalvt
ost ap)petizingly stewed. The ladit
w.aited"' as only ladies can, while tI
mtlemen, in appreciation, looked bot
i)py and handsome. Af ter the supp<
cere as merry, delightful danuci n
le proceeds amounted to about $3
ie supper was the outcome of 31i
eula's busy andI practical brain, ar
e proeeds are intended to be used
pa ing the school house now used 1
r belonging to the ra:ilroad comp ian;
ie is an enei'getic workei', as well:
capablo and coniscienitions teacher, ar
merally' accomllishes what she unde
he Request of the Girls.
A curious pet it ion was that which w.
lhir~ese ii 1733 to the Govei'nor
>uth Carolina by sixteen maidens
hiarleston. It ran thus: "TIle hum
e petition of a1l maids whiose nam
:e under'written. Whereas we, ti
mible petitionmers, are at pr'esent in
eyv melaneholy disposition of miin
msidering hlow~ all the bachelors a
lindly cap)tivated by the widlows', ai
e are here by neglect ed ; ini consequen
this, our request is thai your Exet
'ev will for the future oi'der that
iow presume to marry ainy young mn:
11 the maids are providedl for ; or' e]
pay each of them a flne for sat i-f:
on for invading our liberties ; and lils
'ise a fine to be levied on all such bae
lors as shall be mairried to widlov
'he great disadvantage it is to us nmai
that thme wi'dows by their forwa
arriage, do 51nap up the young mien. a
ave the v'anity to tmink thieiir mecit i
ond our's, which is 'a great impl~ositi
u5, who) ought to have . thle prefereml
'his is humubly r ecom men ded to yc
xceleney's consid'raion, and he
ou will permit mo futh ier insults. A
e poor maids, iin duty bounmd, will e3
.he Govei'nor of Sotuthi Carolina att
ie this petition was made wvas Rob
mtter stop your cough while you can. I
nd bye notinnam will do0 it. it is worth hie
n~, that Parker's Tonie i th ie best th
.own for coughs. colds. tor'piti liver, kidi
roubles a.a weak lung. Y ou risk your
n waitina. Take it while the:e is yet time
Miss 3anie Wells has been visit
s ing relatives during the last week.
:Mirs I. W. Walters, has been viit
eing here also.
Mr. G. A. Maiett has been sic":
for several days but is up again.
Messrs. Simxon iheppard and Vir
a_ Boozer visited Edgefield last
r week. Ihey report a good time and
a hospitable receptio by those they
W visited. Simon said he wanted to
stay longer but could not.
-. For the last ten (days our town bas
rhad a lar-e influx of visitor:. Some
thing unprecendente.l in its history.
:1 We are glad to see them but for a
s mention to made would require
a too much time and would take poss:
y bly too much space, but by -this
f method we thank them for their at
tendance. and money spent. We
would ask themll t') come again, to
the next hot supper.
I The glory of the students has de
parted so have they also; now for six
e or seven months hard work. They.
e "Shall fold their tents like that Arab,
And as silently steal away.
k Miss Ella Sease has been employed
as a third teacher in Mt. Tabor
school. The Trustees have built an
n addition and have added also a bel
i frv. The school must be situated
near the border line and where the
u amnaranthiue bowers of bliss are. and
people send their children to school.
They are right in toto.
Prof. R1upp of N. C. College preach
ed in Grace Church Sunday morn
ing and night. Text for morning
sermon St. Luke VII, 17.
The hot supper given by the ladies
last week was a grand success, ntot
withstanding the inclemency of the
t weather. Prof. Scheetz seemed to
e be ubiquitous during the day and
part of the night. The net proceeds t
amounted to $83. We hope that the
i next time the weather will be fine so
our Newbcrry friends may come
d down. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
t Miss Alice Crosson is teaching at
t. Luke's. She began 'l'uesday.
Mr. Thos. P. Slider has paid us a
e visit. He is an old citizen of our
t- County and is known pretty gen
Mr. ,John Enlow has moved out of i
town, to what is known as the Elmore
Prof. V. D. Simpson and Miss
-Carrie Aull havc returned and report
ready for work.
1886 enters bright and cheery. t
1Sixtet:n (10) Pages for 188G
5 We don't like patent outsides or in
sides. we dlon't like stereotypedi maltter,t
but we do like to be able to send Our
readers sixteen pages of the late;t tele
-graphic, m.ate, County and local news
during the year 188(0 for two dollars. I
3r. Ta~rrant Testifies,
-It is with p)leasere I acknowledge lhe
great benefit dlerivedl from the use oft
.your "Pelham's Peetoral Syrup" fort
a Colds, Conghs, and Bron chial dillienutties.
;I have tried muany remedies but find
your "Peetoral' the most elleetive yet1
used], and wvill alwvays keep a bottle on
-hand for instant use.
1i THos. F.. 'TanRANT.
'.BOOK . OTICES.
' U)scemuber D)orcas is by far the
'best uuimber whlich hlas appearedl.
a It has broadened and widened itst
-scope considerably siuee tihe begin
nin;;, and nowv there is not a number
but will furnish useful and p)racticail
information to any housewife, no0
matter what her station.
SThe editorials are well written;
1 the technical p)art correct and con
i cise, and the general literary matter
, of the ighest standard.
'rile series of articles on '-Home
Decorations," written by tile Editor.1
'are bright and interesting; sensible 1
- and econmical.
~The latest fancy in needle-work1
s is furnished by Madge Illepwoib
s Dixon, of London, and the niames' of
| other well-knlows writers appear fre
r quently onm the pages of Docas.
SThe table of contents compllrises:
s Lady's Knitted Skirt; Eay's Knit
tedI Legging; William Morris' D)e
sign for Screen; Crochet Lace; Cro
chet IIerring-bone Stitch; Trangle
1Pattern ; Pussian Embroidery ; Cro
chet Polish Boots; Appliquie Work;
Ellen Terry F"ascinat'r; Novelties
for Christmas; Stencilling; Original
s Fancy Work; IIome Decorations.
etc., etc. D)ocas Mr.gazine, 872 1,road
- way, N. Y.
e C -
e D)eeer :>:]. 18,5, at thet resideince
(1 Of the biTe' 5fti.uer, byv Rev. N. S.
eC Youngnier, M1r. .Jhin C'. Shbyt, of New-1
1- berry County, S. C., andl 311s- 3innie
0 JBickley, of Lexingotonl County, C.S.
LOnl Tu(e-(day mornling t9hl D)ee.185
at half pant nine o' clok G. W. Tay lor
of Pickens County was mlarnied to 31ms
-Eliza Aiken.i dan'ghter of the Ilon. D.
~Wyatt Aiken' , re presenltative in c
~ re-s fromi thme thir dI(istrict. TI'e wed
-d 1 ding was had ait Col. Aiken'~l si aInc
landl iln is- chabeilr. hle beinmg at present,
,_ onfined to his bed. 1The Rev. IR. D. Smarnt
Sand tile Rev. 31r. Nevile, brothei.,-in-la w
Sof the bride, performed] the ceremoeny. MIr.
'Mnd3rs. Taiylor have gone on a weJdding
tour to Florida:. Thle gr*oonm is a b)rothier'
dof J. H. Taylor and a member of J. II.
er Taylor & Bro.. p.roprietors of tile furni
tore factory here. '1'he wedding was, of
e~ ourse, a very~l1 iple one, 1nd( onlhy a,
It few pe-rsons were pre-senlt. 31r. faylor
was . accompanied from hl-re by his
,"V Died at the1 residencee of her sOn, MIr.
J. C. Goggans, MIrs. Emily Gcgganls inl
-othm ro'ir oiie age
STRIP TO PROSPERI --THE
ADJOURNMENT OF THE GEN
.'T NiW!E11.Y---C11RI1ST.MAS--\EW, YEAR
L't:LUM OFFICE. IIER.ALD & NEWS)
January 4th, 1'S;. j
Owin: it tli rtth jt=t beI->rc a:ni
'IItiler t:nirunwn'lt of thleLegi-iaturle,
[ haVe li -d sending you a lt ter f'r
svera i,t:e" , and a thter are afew
ilng- I d -ire to nention I ill 1 ak
tarlon of voar r eaders for givingth
Oil the t )tnii i.. by invitation, I::e
o:np:nicd the IIon. 11. G. Scndday, the
enr:! Sceretalay of the State Exceu
ive Committee of the Yotnng Ieis
bristian Ass ciatioin4 of the State, to
re pertty, to attend a public meeting
rr.mu,red for the folltwing (Sund:y)
venling at 7:30 o'clock to be held in
racc Church, in the interest of the Y.
I. C. A. of Prosperity. We were met
L Mr. A. II. Khl, who carried us to
6i7 house. We spent a plea-ait night
ud tlay. enjoying his kind hospitality.
Ve listcled to a 5plendid .er::on on
tiday lorining at 11 o'cl ek. lre:uced
iv mr. S. 'T. Itiser, a tudnit in di.e
uthcraii Theological S intat:ry at New
ierry. a young man Oi ii:usual proii e,
r0OSperity should be proud of him.
'e ailto attended tlte (Xcrci:e of tl
unt.day Schoni at the -:aie c :urch at
:30 o'clock, preaching at the Methodist
;ureh immediately afterwards, and at
iight the Y. 31. C. A. meeting at Grace
;hutrclh. The houe was m-arly tilled.
It. cudday', addre-s wa, a very ap
>opriate one for the occasion. At the
lose thirty-iour uae:( Were enirolled
ui ant organiization. and Ihere is every
caso: to expect that the Y. M. C. A. of
'rosperity will do a grand work for the
-ou:g ie: of that town.
The Visit was an exceedingly pleasant
tie to ie, and I shall remeiibcr with
>ca-ure the kind manner in which I was
mited and rtccived into the homes of
he good people there during my short
t:V. I have never been to a place
vhere I fotul mnre zealous Church and
;:nlnay School workers than I found
here. The church services were all
vell attended, and at the Sunday School
it Grace Ciurch on Sunday afternooll
hlre were ni.ncty-live perstons reported
)resenit, and I thiiik I am safe in saying
hlat twenty-liVe of the number Were
crown-I ait old persons, twtnty-lice
-oting lmlel an1td girls, and the retlailling
orty-liVe, children from live to sixteen.
commend this picture to the parent,
omg people and children of the Sun
lay Schools of the State.
I returned to Columbia on the night
reight. Mr. Seudday on the morning
reight. We found the Legislature coIL
endin- over the censul, tuition and
enitetiary bills, with a deadlock
hreatened, but the old, expcrienccl ma
ig,ltdors muaaed to puHtl the lnone-y
mt of the treaisury for t he beccit of the
kill the censiuis bill and adjoulrnL.
The most conispiculous wvork of the
esont was what thny failed to da, and
hue eaius, while there was an effort
iade to I eduice expenses. the ap)prop)ria
iot was neverthleless increased, at the
aml timte I will admit that tIle work of
he- caucus and friends of reformi pre
ented somte extravaganLc. Dr. S. Pope
a- looked upon as the waitchi dog to the
loor eading from thieextravag:mtt side
f the House of Represent.tves5 through
he (olniuitte onl Ways andil M3Iran1 to
e StaL te Treatsury. antd never was there
.C elort ma:de2 to slip int a phiiti for I aCt
mlt wat Ih- s prantg to his feet, with thLe
ami ia hr illnnoim I emenIt, 431. Speaker, I
Of the othe liprlolnmit mlenL in the
Iou11e the-re were IIemphilill atnd Gr-ay
lot, of Abbeville. luea, of 31arion, and
IcKi5iLk andt Rice. of Union. on the
ide oLf thle ecConomfi-t ; andI of t hose not
niemblers (Lf tli> caucuS, IlIa-kellI. Simlon
on. Summflers, Ficen:, 3Iaher, Aldrichl,
chumprt, Brown, of Da.rlington, Par
er, Rlucker, Boggs, Senudday, Denntis,
u,sel, WV. B. Wilson, Jr.. and J. S. Rt.
homLuso, while inIclined It esomewhat
ieral, still the~y ate good legisltars
ud their contStituetlts wouldl( tdo well to
ed them baLck.
In the Senate thiere is MLr. Coker, M1r.
;ligh, 31r. Earle, Col. Wallaci. Dr.
Iixell, 3Iir. IIowell, 31r. Smythec, 3Ir.
ilo. Mi. MIoore, (Lf II:iniptont. 3r.
ituer and~ hul r. 31aLuLIn are the moist1
>omitent ligutres. It wvas cotcedted
h:t 3Mr. Sligh made the best sp)ieech thiat
,vas mde on either side on tihe bill to
-eqjutire the Univ-r..ity toL cha:rge a ttuit iOn
en of fortyL dIl,lars. Mr. IIardy diLl ntL
lo ny 5jpeakin)g,bult for close at tentionl
Lduty IL;d correclLt v-otinug hi w:1s not
xeed byV any~ Dne.
Tlwe list oI aicts appea:reLd inl our ::llp-.
LIemenIt latst week, andiL thw most of theC
itls relattinug to Ne wberry ha;:ve beena
mbl1i,hled, othber- of a genrali inatire :tp
L(car thi weePk. Thle priority lien bill
een1U to be thi OnL wvhieb- brin1 gs gre:LIe(r
iardihips oti the poor1 man I than any
Ahter. It i~ 1n1fortunttate that it should
I spenlt S:t ttrtay andL SLInday,v the~ 2Gth
L 27th Ilt., very plIeasanltly in New
).rv-. I totjieh aL numbellr of implrove
nent t hat have b cen matde dutring the
ast hree year5, and1( it gives me ple-asure
o say tha:t thiese extetnd to all the inter
-4.t. f the toLwn. Newhterry hias the
wealtht :mdt if the pLople will use prop
:ly it can do :as welil a- anyt c'Iunty in
he State. All th-It is needed!C is hartd
w~ork inL e~very Llepartmtll~.
Chri-Ltmas paLssed LIry vr qitl ty here.
New Year was a beautifulbult qutie!t day.
The tngroes c.lebrated it as theL ann11
versary oLf thir -1manh s ''palnon.
Busineiss has bee L gLIo Li. 3-C ri-ery &
Bro.. D)avid Jonts a:iLi Troup aire offe
n barguis in o: tder to nmake rooml for
the dry goodi, clLtiig oniL shoLe stocek
of Mr. B. F. Grillin atnd is oIUTerin; them
at half valuec. andL theL remainder o f h is
othe good s at reduceid Iprices.
r. JohnI Agttew. a citiz-n of Coltit
ia t fri f. Lrty years, a formieLr miayor oLf
th CCIty, antd a lar ige hiardwatre moercha:n t,
died at iis hom le on the mi-rniing of the
"The Private Secretarv" and "Willow
Copse' am tIe op~era houise thiS week.
I s1ppose this m-t h e thle nt-w deal:
For Govrio:-, J. L. Cot-er, of Darling
ol; Li-utemnant Gov-ernor. WA. L.
3Mandi, of Gr'-envihle ; LAtornev Gett
era~l. Jos. II. Earle, of Stunter : A,.iu
tat and Infsp)ector~ General, 0. L.
Seutpert, of Newberry. I have hieard
these names whispered ini the aLbov-e con
Has .Made a Mistake. T
We think that the General Assem
biv has m ade a mistake. The bill
should, at least. have required the
contract for rent to be in writing and
recorded or indexed as at present.
The merchants here are very much
exerci:el about this bill and claim
that it will work a hardship to all
parties interested in farming. It i
claimed that the landlord is given
too much scope without any cheek
whatever. Throats are n^de that no
supplies will be advanced to the I
tenants without the landlord becom
ing surety for them. This the land- IC
lord will be unwilling to do. It is
hard to tell how this new law will
operate. We hope it will answer all
purposes, but ab the same time we
have grave doubts and look for quite
a revolution in the tenant system of
our Stat.-1bbecille MIoli'um.
d : u twell a- dStr _sin- complair.t. If
it tends. 1.y impairing nutrition. and de
p,.w-ngi ho tone of tr. SyEtC:n. to preprro tha way
i.r Rapid Decline.
- J -
" / nottd o
RE a cc
FE . O C. 3
Qnickly and com7ictAy Cur.s Dyspcpsla in al m
itaforms Iearthtir,r, Holehin.a. Tanti;g the Gi
Food, &c. It ennchcs and punritie the blood, stimu- b
lates the appetite, and aids theo :sinilation of food. I
REv. J. T. Rossrrr, tie honored pastor of ti:o
First Reformed Church. Baltimore, Md.. sy:
"Having used Brown's Iron Bitters f. r Dyspep-fa se
and Indigestion. I take great pl-sur' in n cam- to
mending it highly. Also consid.r it a rlc:: i.. nic fr:
and invigorator and very strengthenng." th
Genuino has above trademark tnd cr.: t*."i iines
on 'raoper. Take no other. Mid rt: ;."
7tri)'tNCHEI>MCALCO' BtALTIMORE. .111. il(
LAD.s' HA.t BooK-usoIul and attract v.-. con
taining list of ;-rizes for rocip , information ">out
coins, etc.. given awry by all dcalers mn redicine, or
mailed to any ad.reus on receipt of 2c. stamp.
W. A. RIEChLING,
Oppoi:ite Grand Central Notel, Colun- iu
bia, S. C.
All the latest Novelties in the Art.
I invite those who have any lifliculty
ill getting a good picture to try lly
20,000 Negatives preserved.
All work guanranteed.
Established 12 years. 10-S-im
I have jint returned from the No:thelrn
markets, and an now opening my
GOOD AND WELL SELECTF-D FALL STOCK
DIAMOND , Y
sLVER AND PLATED WAItE,
All of whichl I will Sell at low cash.
Please examine my stock and be con- bi
Watch Repairing a Specialty. 8
ED)UARD SCIIOLTZ, jg
10e-S-3t Watchmiaker and Jeweler. l5
W E W ANT a
Everybody to examine our stoek of
COOKING AND IIEATING STOVES,
CROCKERY AND GLA.SSWXRE. M1
I1NWARE AND WOODENWARIE,
TABLE CUTLERY. IIROOMs, ETC. Os
'IE BEST to
Turning Ploni tl
IN THEl CITY.
Call and get ourll priceS before buying
SCOTT & BRO.
Newiberry, S. C.
The lar-gest andt tinest Peean Nuts
eve brou1gh12jt to Columibia .4
Nuts in Variety.
Jll-t received, at large quantity of Al
mods, Bratzil Ntt andi English Wal
Butter, Molasses, (
ALL GR.AD~ES OF
Inl the' Greentlield Bulilding, next to
EnvlopUIeS, Nos. 3, 41, 5 and c;, four i
parlk- for 25 cents.
F.ooiscap,. Bill Cap and Letter jpper.
No papr 10 cents p)er quIire.
-Ih(k5 " orth $1 and 61,f0 at 50) and 15
TIoy- Books- worth 81 at 50 e.
" " " 23 at 15e c.
Po.ket Bibles gilt and cla-ped, worth
SL15 I 5() atl 1, 4,n0 and '75 e.
Box Paper wi wth $2,1.1)0 and 50 e. at
31.50. 50) andI 2~ :eent .
Intk.tandl(s w.01 .th2.50. 1.00 ::nd 50 e.j
at $1.75, t-0 andi 23 .. -
Phloto Albin, worthl 82
at 81,50, 1.00) and t0 e
1, 50 and' -
dee 30 4t
'AK NOTE OF THIS
iirMc ery & Bro.
il oilier superior bargains for t
100 Pairs 11-4 White Wool Blan 0 days.
100 Pairs 10-4 White Wool Blankt th $6.50 at $5 a pair.
Secure a p:ir before they are gone. Q5.50 at $4 a Pair.
A lot of I1ED CO)IFORT be duplicated for the money.
J_V I A.at low figures.
In Wool Flannels we are offering a superior a
c. per yard. Big drive in Canton Flannels at Sje., 1 let, also white, at
Our tables are laden with plain, Brocatel and Plaid D 15c. and 20c.
e. and 12he. per vardl. N othiing like them in the market for is at 6}e., 8}e.,
L:aving comp~etitioni to follow we still push ahead. We o ey. value in
Ladies' and Gents' Fine Merino Underwea
Inspeet these goods and compare prices. Extra cheap lines in
Egilisi and German hosiery Just Open
By Express another Large Invoice.
'OSTER'S CELEBRATED KID GLOVES
In Black and Colors. Three grades of these Gloves: "William," 5 hook, $1;
ce wton," 7 hook. $1.50; "Foster," 5 hook, $2. Every pair warranted.
EAD3QUARTERS FOR BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS.
Large shipments by every s:eamer direct from the manufacturers.
Short Wrap. Circulars, Newmarkets. Raglins, English Walking and Jersey
ekets at prices within the reach of all. Regu'lar goods, uniform prices,
At the Grand Central Dry Goods Establishment,.
lic CREER 4 BR 0THER,
10-S-3m Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
)olumbia Cash Dry Goods Store
We are now prepared to supply the ' ants of everyone, as we -have on hand the most
m plete and varied assort-nent of Dry Goods ever offered in the city of Columbia. We defy
competition both as to quality and low prices. Common sense will readily explain th.
son of this. Goods bought and sold for cash can be -offered to every customer atprloes
ich lower than in houses where the credi; system is adopted. The Columbia Dry
>ods Store is the only one in the city of Columbia that does business strictly on $assl
.sis. hence our almost fabulous low prices of First Class Goods. We maake s a is
cDERWEAR for Gentlemen, Ladies and Children. We keep on hand a full line of 5Y
i)E CLOTHING, all at bottom prices. Always abreast of the times, all the noveties-ofthe
ason witi be found in our house. Our stcck is complete in every department, and weintend
sell at such prices as will induce customers to purchase. We most cordially invtIe oe .
ends in New berry and the adjoining Counties, when they visit Columbia, not to tail to see
e attractions andf inducements ol'ered in the Columbia Cash Dry Goods Store. Resmebee
at you save at least ten percent. by purchasing from a Cash House, and a dollar saved is a
llar made. Come one, come all and be convinced of the truth of our promises.
C. F. JACKSON. Manager.
-20-I 120 ain Street, ColumbiafSG
PiLmos and Orgais
From the world's best makers, at factory prices, on easiest terms of payment.
Eight grand makers and over three hundred styles to select from.
jTA .T Chickering, Mason & Hamlin Mathushek, Burt & Arion,
1ln OSPackard. Orchestral and Bay State Organs.
Pi:anos and Organs delivered, freight paid, to all railroad points South.
Fifteen days' trial, and freight both ways, if not satisfactory. Order and test
your owi homes.
Columbia .Music House,
Branch of Ludden & Bates' Southern Music House,
N. W. TRUMP, Mlanager.
Columbia, S. C.
Local agents-L. A. Hawkins, Newberry; J. Counts, Peak's; Keisler &
onckton, Chappell-, and J. A. Bowles, Upwell.
PURCHASERS THAT EXPECT TOBTJY WITH CASH IN
md i For first class goods and low prices my two stores stand to day without a
val in this part of the State. I am well aw are of the short crop and low price of
tton. I am therefore determined to make a sweeping reduction in my entire
ocks that will eclipse anything that I have ever before done in marking down -
>ods5. An examination or my immense stocks will demonstrate the truthfulness
this bold assertion beyond the shadow of doubt. My goods are all new and have not
en carried over from year to year to get a profit on them. I have determined to
11 everything at New York cost and use the money for something else during the
11 summer,'and for bottom prices see anti beat them if you can:
4 buttons for - - - 5c 2 boxes paper collars for - - 5e
3 papers of needles for - - 5e 3 pocket handkerchiefs for - - c
3 papers of pins for - - 5c 5 corset laces for - - - G
3 balls of thread for .. - oc 10 long shoe laces for - -
4 crochet needles for - - 5c 5 packs of hairpins for - -
Some people say I think I can beat this or that in price, but these are stunbling
ocks ; read on and you will be convinced.
ys. calico, cut off' the piece - - $1 00 95c. D)ress Goods, marked - - 1c
yls. very good calico, cut off the piece 1 00 20c -- " - - - 1 .
yds. very best calico, cut oit the piece 1 00 1se. " " " - --
vekerHymspn gods.f l -yds -for 1 00 |I Blak ad Colored Cashmeres from auctio
vde. Bleaching for.-. -..... -... -1001 40c.reducedto27c.;560c.to33tc.;65c.to 424c.;
yds. good Bleaching for . - 1 00 I75c. to 50c.; $1 to 72e.
yds. very good Bleaching for - - 1 00I
Shoes. Clothing, Jeans, Blankets, Flannels and Hatts from the great forced
etion sales in New York at less than mlanuifacturers' cost.
dies' Coarse Shoes, worth $1 25, for 90 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth $2 00, for 1 4
.. a- 1 15, for s0 " " " " 1 50, for, .11
a .- a - 1 10, for 75 " Rubber Shoes at 30c.. 35c., aiiq0me
a e - - 1 00,. for 65 In Men's Coarse and Fine Boots and Shoes -
" Fine ' " !2 50, for 1 90 Ithe reduction is simply immense.
Clothing I have marked down to almost half price.
n's Suits' - --im S&00to $ 4 751 " - from 5 00 to 3 50
- from 10 001to 5 75I " . - from 7 50 to 5 00 -
.. - - - from 12 50 7751 '. - from 9 00 to 6 25
a -- -from 15 00 to 1e 50 " - - from 10 00wt 7 00
a --from 17 50 to 12 50 " - - from 22 50 o 9 75
a ..-tram 20 00 to 11. I5 . from 15 00W to1 "-0
ercoats - - - fromi $ 3 50to $ 2 25 |
Competitors tremble when they read these irresistible prices, as they know
well thait Flynn n ~iil do just what lie advertises. People living in and near
e town will do me a great favor by calling early or late in the day and therebv.
(id the great rush thait throng the store from 11 to 3, at the leader of s
-D. C. FLYNN.
it be c:aued FREE to ail applicants, and to customersot
le ,er. without ordering i. it cntaius about i20 pag st ock
) jIstraioC5 pr~t ~cs uaW dt cripti at2 dt Tsabl
D. M. FE RR Y & Co., DetroIt, Mlchlgan. BNNS CCAUS
~~ FISPPLS,DRIENGS, RIIS
POT ATOES, CABBAGES, 7
-AND-ONIONS AND PE 'UTS,
R And everything else that a First Class
..N R H ~ Wholesale Fruit H'ouse should have.
Country orders tilled with dispatch.
ARRIVING EVERY D)AY BY
ENPRESS. The "erald"
Order" proi!:y iled for families, BOOK STORE !
id delivered in any part of thte city
e of charge. A complete and elegant stock of new
Attestore of Mrs. CORRIE GRENEKRR.
Mystock will be sold cheap, and I ask ,my
fred,and esp)ecially the ladies to call on
Also onl han l, an d soldl at reasonable me assuring them of plite attention. Give
me a call friends, and see what I have. Many
'iees, either by th- ton! or barrel- of the articles are indispensable to ladies ana
wil alo kcoottli:iid:t-ifcen gentlemnen, anldes pecilto Shool Children
We wil alo kep on and suflet t w I- wi fnd it to their avantage to call and
of ' examine my stock. As an Instance of the
tnttity olow prices 1loffer af1rst rate Pen at 50 aboz..L
Ior gross. this being 50 under coat. Sera.p
Books and Albums frolg 15 ce u.pa
an oter articles at El G RKRR
'o supply the town nd the surrouind- ij~RN R'
gcoutry. NMR~P BALSAM -
FR ANCIS IIAIIEiTr & CO., 'h. e poptdar favoate for &ds.
)-2-tiNeberry, S. C. *~i~tch ,R~ng
AT THE j KTit
IERALD AND NEW-' ** *etCuh usY~
0 o VI' 6 o
o 500 ..- 00