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Lcal and Special.
WEDYNESDAY, JAN. 27, 1886.
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The following persons are authorized
to take subscriptio;is for the HERALr
Prosperity-Ernest H. Kohn.
Mt. Tabor-L. C. Boland.
Beth Eden-W. W. McMorries.
Utopla-Miss Mattie Boyd.
Jalapa--W. C. Sligh.
Longshore's-W. G. Peterson.
Maybinton-B. H. Mavbin.
Jolly Street-Geo. Mills.
Gibson's-B. F. McGraw.
Pomaria-J. B. O'N. Holloway.
Scbool Books at Chapman's.
Blank Books of all sizes and ruling at
aston & Hunt's. 1-13-ti.
A new and beautiful stock of Lamps
of all descriptions very cheap at Robert
son's drug store, opposite the postofflce.
Bitten by a Mad Dog.
The little two year old child of Mr.
John Stockman near J?rosperity was
bitter on. the hand on last Friday by a
mad dog. The dog was pursued but at
the :time our information was received
had not been killed and was still at
Pictare Frames at Chapman's.
Red and White just received and for
sale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
opposite the Postoffice. 1-6
At Cost for 30 Days.
In order to reduce my stock to corres
pond with the hard times and poor busi
'ness, I 'wll sell wooden ware, crockery
ware, glass ware, brooms, looking
glasses and cigars, at N. Y. cost. Come
one and all and get bargains.
_1--ti. B. H. LOVELACE.
Yinl'e Cabbage and Turnips just re
ceived from N. Y., by J. S. RUSSELL.
To rent, a cottage with 7 rooms, good
garden, pasture, orchard, well of water,
Sabout 1 mile froma town. C. L. Havird.
Ffesh Garden Seed and Onion Sets at
1-27-ti. J. S. RUSSETL'S.
Magazines, newspapers and the cheap
Libraries constantly on hand at Caston
& Hunt's. 1-13-tf
Lost between Newberry and Mr. Al
bert Gibson's on last Saturday the 23rd,
a rack of ear bells. A liberal reward
will be paid to the finder if left at this
office. DR. J. A. HARMON.
Florida Oranges, cheap, at
1-27-tf. J.-S. RUSSELL'S.
The largest and most varied stock of
Stationery in town is at Caston & Hunt's.
Try Level Best Flour, five dollars per
barrel, at WHEELER & MoSEY'S,
Leaders of Low Prices,
1-13-ti. Prosperity, S. C.
A horse, mule and wagon for sale
cheap by J. S. RUSSELL.
Family Bibles at ChapmanXs.
An Eye Opener.
The HER ALTD AND NEWS, with the
- arleston Weekly News and Courier
-as Supplement, for 1886, for two dollars.
Tell Your Neighbors
That the HERALD AND NEWS sends
you each week the Charleston Weekly
- News and Courier as a supplement ;
-which contains twelve pages-seventy
-- two columns, of the very choicest news
-and reading matter, and that it is all
furnished for two dollars a year.
Pure Pork Sausage, and Pickles in
- barrels, at J. S. RUSSELL.'S.
Miller's Farmer's Almanae can now
be obtained at the Herald Book Store.
Price ten cents. 1-13-ti
I have movedl my law office into the
HER ALD. AND NEWS building, where I
Mwill be pleased to see my friends.
ELBERT H. AULL,
S ti. - Attorney at Law.
Sixty Cents Worth Seed for 25c.
_2Thirty-six and 80-100 dollars worth
-aof seed were destroyed at Pelham's
Drug Store a few days ago, -to
make room for his large assortment of
fresh ones. It is a source of satisfaction
to every gardener that now he can in
vest his moniey :und get his money's
worth, while years ago, under the old
system, garden seed remained in the
stores until they were old enough to
vote. Buy Landreth's fresh seeds at
We invite atteution to B. 0. D.'s ar
-tiele on grape culture. It has been tried
in this county and we b'elieve proved
profitable where it recei;ed proper at.
tention. Mr. F. Werber, of this town,
has a vineyeard from which lhe miakes
several hundred gallon s of wine an
nually, and Mr. Win. Werts had one
near Prosperity from which be made
quite a quantity and made it pay. Hi
son-in-law, Mr. Counts, now has th(
' yard. We believe grape culture
would be profitable here if given th(
Pelham's Pectoral Syrup.
This invaluable household remedy it
worth its weight in gold. It stands un
rivalled aisan expectorant remed.SC
to testify orally ams to its real n:erits,
*what is the use to publish certificates
We don't recommuend( it in pilace of any
P.practicing physician, it cannot, nor cai
any remedy supplant the doctor, bu
when the doector is absent, nothing acts
so well for coughs, colds, croup, &c.
Price 2.5 cents a bottle. 1-:3-tf.
* Quinine, Compound Cathartie Pill
and other Family Medicines at
C 1-57-tf. J. S. R USSELL'S.
Stationery, good, and at low price, al
Caston & Hunt have -just received
new supply of School Books. If yoi
wish any book published call on them
Our Prosperity Corresp ondent.
We regret to announce that with thi:
Issue our present correspondent at Pros
perity, Mr. E. H. Kohn, severs his con
nection w"ith the HERALD AND NEW:
* as correspondent, as he leaves for Vir
ginia ne:xt week to accept the positiol
of General Secretary of the Y. M. C. A.
of Roanioke City. Mr. Kohn is a recen1
graduate of New berry College. He has
proven himself a most efficient, promp
and reliable correspendent and we com
mend him to the good peoplc of Vir
ginia, and wish h'm the succe?ss in hi;
newr field of labor, which his high char
r and talents so justly merrit.
It WI1 not disappoint you It is the bes
article known for pulf3lg the blood and
bauding up tle heath an strength. For 2
yaseryeipeas broke out In blotches on ur
c. I found no cure until I used Parker'
Tomi ,two yeax ago. It is the medcine fe
Various and All About.
The "Two Dans" at the Opera House
next Monday and Tuesday nights.
A family of colored people left New
berry on yesterday for Palistine, Texas.
The church goers ni last Sunday were
few and our pastors preached to -nall
What are our lady friends doing about
organizing a Fair Association and pre
paring to buy the Fair grounds ?
Court next Monday. Let jurors and
witnesses be promptly on hand so as not
to retard the progress of business.
Hon. G. D. Tillman was the only man
in Washington who faced the blizzard
without an overcoat or undershirt.
The cold wave struck us again on Sun
day inorning, whe.i the rain that had
been falling began to freeze, and soon
the trees wore a coat of i,e.
All goods marked down at the Herald
Book Store. Albums and Writing
Desks particularly low. Books at bar
gain prices. Do not fail to ask prices.
The . Augusta Chronicle has sent us a
very handsome illustrated Almanac.
The Chronicle, though venerable with
years, is full of energy and business
Judge With--_soon has granted a new
trial in the case of Boozer vs. Teague.
This case will occupy the time of the
Court for several days again if it should
come up ftr trial at the approaching
It is said that the Rev. T. G. Herbert,
presiding elder of the Greenville Dis
trict, bas never missed an appointment
since he has been in the Methodist Con
ference. That is a good record of putict
First quarterly conference of the New
berry Circuit will be held next Satur
day and Sunday at Lebanon. Presiding
Elder Smart will preach at 11 o'clock
Our Auditor has been having a rough
time, or ra, her rorgh weather, for taking
his trips over the cojoty. But he has
kept his apppointmen.s either in person
or by deputy, and he informs us that the
people are generally coming up and
making returns promptly.
Our town council has built a nariow
gauge ciossing from the court house
across to law range in front of Maj.
Jone's law office. As law range is some
what. scattered on all three of the streets
surrounding the court house our town
authorities will have to build two more
narrow gauge roads to accommodate all.
Mr. T. C. Pool left on yesterday for
Mr. W. T. Tarrant is up and at his
Mr. Isaiah Haltiwanger, of Lexington,
is in the city.
Miss Sophie Chappelle has gone on a
visit to Ninet; 9ix.
Mr. Jos. F. isu-ton and family have
moved to Laurens.
Mrs. George McWhirter has gone on a
visit to New York.
Mr. L W. Walter came home from
Pennsylvania on last Thursday.
We are-glad to see Dr. S. F. Fant able
to be out after his short sickness.
Mr."Bep"Dupie, of Spartanburg, gave
his many friends in Newberry a pleasant
fall last week.
The Misses Rice, of Union, who were
ou a visit to Mrs. M. A. Carlisle returned
home on Tuesday.
Miss Fripp, of Beaufort, after a pleas
ant visit to Miss Kate Rutherford return
ed on last Thursday.
Miss Annie Zemp, of Camden, who
has been on a visit to Miss Sallie Wright
returned home last Thursday.
Rev. Geo. H. Cook of North Carolina
will preach in the Prebbyterian Church
next Sabbath, morning and evening.
Mr. E. H. Kohn, of Prosperity has.
been elected general secretary of the
Y. M. C. A., of Roanoke City, Va.
Mr. J. C. Myers leaves to-day for At
lanta, to purchase another car load of
mules. He will return on Satuirday.
Capt. F. A. Conuer of Cokesbury
has been on a visit to his daughter, Mrs.
J. F. J. Caldwell, during the past week.
Rev. G. W. Holland, Ph.D., Pres:
dent of Newberry College, has received
notice of his election as a member of the
American Institute of Civics.
Capt. J. G. Goggans, of Florida, is in
town to attend the nuptials of his brother,
Mr. Burr Goggans, to Mrs. A. V. Cash,
which takes place to-night.
A Newberry Inventor.
Mr. I. W. Walter, who together with
some others, bought the patent right to
sell the Camp Churn power, has in
vented a power of his own, which he
considers quite an improvement on the
Camp powver and has applied for lett,rs
patent. He has no doubt of securing the
patent and has sold several of his powers
already. We wish him much success
with his new power.
In reply to a corresp)ondent we would
say that Wood's Odontine is sold largely
in this vicinity and is liked by all. It
does what the proprietor claims. 25
cents a box at all druggists.
The Lien Business.
We take it as a good sign that the
lien business so far has not yet begun.
Only about a dozen liens have as yet
been fil at the Clerk's office for in
dexing. Last year wagon loads of corn
were being hauled away before Christ
mac. and a great many liens were filed
by this time. We do not believe this
statte of things should be attributed to
the Priority bill either, but it is the re
stult of the better condition of ont far
mers this year..
A New Methodist Church.
The Shockley Bros., have the contract
and are at work on: a new Methodist
Church at Trinity about 7 miles from
town. The house is 40 x.00 feet and is
to be completed in very much the same
style as Colony Lutheran Church built
by same contractors. When completed
it will be a very nice and handsome
Mr. John R. Spearman, Jr., has beer,
appointed by the Agricultural Depart
ment to make the experiment in tobacco
culture this year for Newberry County
Iand he will be supplied with seed. Mr.
Spearman is one of our best farmers
and is a good man to give the culture of
tobacco a fair test.
Buist's New Crop Garden Seeds for
sale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
Sopposite the Postoffice. 1-6
W.D otWonderful Cures. rti
W.D ot& Co., wholesale and rti
druggists of Rome, Ga., say: We have been
selling Dr. Kings New Discovery, Electric
Bitters and Bucklen's Arnica. Salve for two
years. Have never handled remedies that
sell s well, or give such universal satisfaction.
tThere have been same wonderfut cures effect
Ied by these medicines in this city. Several
cases of pronounced Consumption have been
Ten.1el cured by the use of a few bottles of
Dr. King' New Discovery, taken in connee
Stion wii Electric Bitters. We guarantee
them alway. old by Dr. . F ir.nt 12.16
The County Jail Prisoners.
Much has been said about the comfoi
of the prisoners of the County Jail i
Barnwell. and a great fuss was made b(
cause the jailer was without coal for
few hours one day during the recen
cold weather. This is right. We believ
prisoners should be treated wi,th human
ity and kept frem bodily suffering,
least, any further than to the enforce
ment of the penalty imposed by th
court. The prisoners in our jail hav
had no fire during the whole or greate
part of the winter. The stores tha
were up were removed at the instance o
the idsurance companies or the insuranc,
on the building would have been can
celled. Sheriff Riser says he has ha<
some coal on hand all winter but n<
stove up or any way to burn it. The at
tention of the County Commissioner
has been directed to the condition of th<
jail time and again by the grand jur)
and by Sheriff Riser, but as yet no ar
rangem ent has been rade for making i
comfortable. It is true that the prison
ers have %en pretty well supplied witl
blankets, but they cannot take the plac(
of fire during such n eather as we hav
just experienced. Why the Coun
*y Commissioners have not made som<
provision for heating the jail we dc
not know. They have the money. Tht
County is about free of debt. Human
ity demands that even a prisoner shoulk
not be frozen to death. Most of those
who are in jail have not been tried and
the law presumes their innocence until
the contrary is shown. Is tHs treat
went meant as a punishment? I
one of those prisoners should have
frozen to death would the county
be guilty of murder? Sappose one
of them should be frost bitten and
be injured from exposure would the
county be liable for damages? They
are prisoners, it is true, and negroes,
but modern civilization and common
humanity, alike,demand that they should
not be punished any further than to ex
ecute the penalty imposed by the court.
The Two Dans.
Howorth's Hibernica Company pre
sented this amusing Irish comedy to a
packed house last night at Oxfo-,d Hall,
and no one, we are sure, will regret
having attended. The performance is a
burlesque on Shakespeare's Comedy ol
Errors, in which many songs and spec,
ialties are introduced ; the charm of the
evening was the beautiful panoramic
views of the Emerald Isle which were
vivid aid natural to an astonishing de
gree. The principal cities and historic
scenes of Ireland were passed in review,
and clearly explained. All were charm.
ing, but the views of the Lakes of Killar.
ney are especialiy deserving of mention.
In one instance the sun is seen to de
scend slowly till it rests like a ball ol
fire above the lake. Then the moon
rises and sparkling on the waters, pre.
sents a scene of incomparable beauty.
Mr. Fenton gave some very clever clog
dancing and in his line is without an
The .entriloqual performances of Mr.
Kimball were also very good and muct
enjoyed. The other members likewise
sustained their parts well.
The play is devoid of anything objec
tionable and we unhesitatingly advise
all to see it. There will be another per
formanee to-night, and we predict im
mense audiences on both ~occasions.
Portsmouth (Ya.) Time.
The Narrow Gauge.
The prospects of the Augusta an<l
Edgefield uarrow gange railroad. con
tinue to grow brighter and brighter, anc
it is expected that in a few days a suffi
cient amount will be subscribed to en
able Col. Mitchell and the corpora
tors to call a rmeetingg of the stock
We arc glad to learn that the prospects
are brightening and we hope soon t<
hear of the amount with which to organ.
ize being raised and work commencet
on the road. We hope the road can be
built without going into the excitemen1
of an election for township taxation,
and that when Edgefield raises the $50,.
000 with which to organize Augusts
will come forward with a liberalsubs'crip
tion. It will be a great feeder to Au
gusta, and she ought, and, we have n<
doubt, will, give a very liberal subscrip
tion in order to secure the road.
A Good Shot.
Mr. Jos. L. Keitt went out hunting
one day last week and killed 73 par
tridges. He is no doubt one of the bes
shots in the county. In fact 73 par
tridges a day is not bad business.
Time's up. Yes up.
Dr. R. L. Luther has about finishe<
his new house.
Miss Kate Kelhoe has gone to Balti
more on a visit.
Miss Mary Thompson is visiting friend
and relatives in town.
Mrs. Prof. A. S. Scheetz is visitini
friends in Newberry.
Mr. A. H. Kohn is nmaking sonm
improvements on his place.
Maggie Dugan who has been visitin;
her mother in Columbia has returned t
her sisters' Mrs. Johnnie Singley.
Mr. R. D. Zimmerman paid our town
visit last Friday. We were glad to se
For the last few days we have had a
intimation of another blizzard. Its ta
must whisk round this way occasom
From all accounts Mt. Tabor has
monster bell. It can be heard almof
thiee miles. I wonder if they have
janitor, wood house and other et ceter
that usually belong to country school;
Mr. W. S. Birge is making sonme in
provements in his up stairs over his ne
stores. They will be occupied as offiee
Thme Columbia New berry and Laurer
Railroad is being talked and soon a bool
.wil1l be got ten up. Then listen for il
whistle. The incorporators are dete
mined go ahead mecn. Let the peop:
subscribe liberally when they are call<
An art class has been organized at
will be taught by Miss Lathan of Di
West. She is at present engaged at Nei
The Cinean Literary Soci.ty of Pre
perity High School is starting a librar
Contributions are solicited.
A child of Mr. John Stockman wv
bitten last week by a mad dog. T
boy is two years old. Nothing hasi
sulted |yet, from the bite and it is hop.
that nothing will. Is there a Paste
in Newberry County ? Let him cot
Messrs. B. B. Schumpert and T.
Wheeler have been elected trustees
Excelsior school in addition to the thr
who have been on the board for s0!
An Enterprising, eliale Hous.
only to carry In stock the best of everytim
but to secure the agency for such a cles'
have well-known merit and are p)opular w
the people, thereby sustaining the reputati
of being always enterprising, and ever re]
ble. Havin secured te agency for the ce
brated Dr. Xing's New Discovery for C<
sumption, will sell it en a positive guaranit
It will.snrely cure any and every affection
Throat,,Lungs and Chest, ad to showC
cofdece weinvite you to call andg
cotumbla 01ce of the HERILD AXD NEWS
January 26th. I8G.
a Business has been rather quiet h
t since the Ist of Janmary. The mercha
report an increased fall and wintertr
t to January !st, and are expectinga g<
- late winter and spring business. I
vid Jones is offering dress goods i
r fancy goods at New York cost, :
t carpets at a heavy discoumt from forn
f prices. Trump invites all who are
search of bargains to see the hosie
handkerchiefs, gloves and neck-wi
which he is selling low down to ml
room for fresh stock. He has a cho
lot of pianos and organs at prices tl
will suit you. Kinard and Epstin hn
plenty of good comfortable clothing
protect you from the biting frosts
winter; they can also fit you up in n
dress suits, hat., overcoats and und
wear for as little money as any clothi
men in the State, and they are wort
of your patronage, and will show y
their appreciation for it. Then there
our old friend C. F. Jackson; he dc
very little big talking himself, but wh
you ask his prices, you find good valu
at the lowest cash prices; one price, ai
that the lowest. Robbins, is prepar
Lo fill your orders for heavy groceries
a low figure. Col. Waring is fitting i
his old store on Main Street, that v
damaged by fire, which he will move in
from the Greenfield building as soon
it is completed; he has also bought a I
near the Union Depot of the C. & G.
R., on which he will build at once a lar
ware house for storing car load lots
grain, flour, hay, &c., to fill country
ders, and use his wareroom on Ma
Street for filling orders when it is iec
sary to break packages. Get his pric
before buying your supplies for t
spring and summer. J. H. Davis, t
Carpet man, has an elegant assortme
of new patterns in carpets and ruc
also, window shades, cornices a,
pole!, if you need anything in his lir
and an order placed in his hands w
bring you as choice goods as the mar
factures turn out. Desportes & E
munds, at Shiver's old corner, are sho
ing some startling attractions in Iai
coverings, dress goods and shoes.
passing their store a few days ago,
noticed a placard in front of the do(
"Ladied' Fine Coverings at your oi
price," that means solid bargains.
The stock of Mr. W. E. Orchard N
sold by Mr. Samuel Beard, for the Shei
to satisfy the liens of his creditors,
the 9th instant.
Mr. A. C. Dibert, the proprietor of t
Penitentiary slie store, has mov
into the store under Wright's Hot
on Main Street, one of the b;
store rooms in Columbia.
The city Y. M. C. A., at its last rc
lar meeting, raised enough money
purchase, make and put down a nj
carpet in their Reading Room, al
enough to purchiase window shades, a
in addition to these an organ was p
-sented. The Daily New York Wor
the Century Magazine, Harper's, Fra
Leslie, Puck, the Nation, and other]
riodicals were added to our list; ni
names were proposed; others haive hai
ed in their names since.
We send greetings to the asse
ations of Newberry College and Pr
perity. Mr. Watkins writes me that
will be in South Carolina in Februa
and would like to meet with the St:
Committee. He says, that if we call<
Convention the middle or last of Mar
that Wishard and other members of1
International Committee can be w
us, and we are hoping to be able to h:
Messrs. Moody and Sankey with us
the same time.
-Dr. Daniel, of Memphis, Tenness
has dleclined the call extended him
the Presbyterian Church of this ei
His congregation unanimously objec
to his leaving. It is a little strange t
a new $3,500 parsonage free, and a $2,
salary would go begging. We
sympathize with Newberry, who for
- size of the city, offers equal attractic
Messrs. C. F. Jackson andl Thos.
new, the Executors of the estate of
late John Agnew, will continue
hardware business at the old sta-id,
as soon as the estate is settled up
B Thomas Agnew will become tihe
proprietor, and with his experience:
| training, should be able to make
store equal to any in the up coun
Dr. Daniel, of Memphis, Tenn.,
declined the call extended him by
1st Presbyterian Church of this city.
Messrs. Moody andl Sankey are exp
ed in Columbia the first weely'n Al
1 The Executive Secretary of tWie city
M. C. A., receivedl on the3 25th ins1
the following card:
a-'International Committee of Yo
Men's Christian Association, 23rd
a Cor. 4th Ave., NewYork.
aMOBILE, ALA., Jan. 22nd-, ISS
Am airrainging for Mr. Moody's t
and expect to reach your city from C
leston, February 1st. We'.ldl be
to have a meeting of pastors and layn
sany rime after 12 o'clock 31., as will
all. Will remiain one night. Yours
Ic GEO. A. IIAL
e c MIention~ wa:s made in onr corre-pI
'( ene several wveei: ago of a call ha'
beeni extended to Mr. Muody by the
Itors amd the two associations, t o v'sit
lumibia during his Sout hern tour, ai
.seems that the invitat ion has Leen
epted, and that Columbia hais a
s.treat in store.
. The public effort of Ellerey M. B
ton, late Collector of Internal Reve:
as to prejudice the Senate against our
e lector, Maj. D. F. Bradley, shows
e- there is still enough deviltry left in
d to try and injure the name of a mos
ur timable gentleman and officer, but
e effort will fail to'the ground.
Messrs. Saber and Caldwell were
. the city during the past w eek~, in
of tendance upon the Supreme Conrt.
ee Mr. and Mrs B. F. Griffin, and L!
e were in Columbia on the 21st and 2
purchasing carpets, &c., to fit up I
I had the pleasure of meeting Rei
M. Payne, the pastor of the Prest
t an Church at Concord, N. C., who
retrr.ing from Newberry, where he
gone to preach and perform the marr
Ia ceremony of Mr. Bowles to Miss
Boozer. He expressed himself as ha
e. been (as strangers always are) very
ovorably impressed with Newberry
j pastor of Aveleigh; what say the church
Mr. D. N. Lane was in Columbia on
the 25th instant. He says his trade is
are first rate.
its Mr. W. D. Rutherford, of Newberry,
Ldc passed through Columbia on the 20th,
>od en route to Wild-Wood, Sumter, Co.,
)- Flo.-ida, where he expects to remain for
nd several months, and showed his appreci
nd ation of the value of the HERALD AND
ier NEWS by leaving a subscription order
in with us.
ry, Mimnaugh says he is selling goods
,ar lower than ever, as lie is forced to clear
ke the shelves for the prettiest and cheap
ice est Spring stock ever shown; at the same
Iat time he is open for bargains, and should
ye there be any stocks for sale at Ne-wberry,
to or in the ni:-country, he will buy them
of if there is any noney in them for him
cc self and eusto-mers. He has bonght out,
already, since January 1st, the stocks of
B. F. Griffin, of this city, and the stock
of T. W. Davis, of Ridgeway, and opened
ot two new stores, one at Ridgeway and
Is the other at Winnsboro.
By mail, po.;t paid, from any druggist
at (25c a box) a box of Wood's Odontine
1P will be sent.
of - - -
i Opera House,
e GRIEAT ATIRACTION
-TWO NIGHTS ONLY
Id MONDAY AND TUESDAY FERM~AIY I & 2.
ill Appearance of the old reliable How
crth's Double Show, Grand Hibernica
u- and Dublin Dan Comedy Company.
d- Positively the largest and best organ
w- ization of this kind in existence.
s' 6-GREAT COMEDIANS -6
In Supported by a strong company in the
I latest and decidedly the funniest of all
>r, successful comedies,
THE 2 DANS.
1s. OR THE COMEDY OF BLUNDERS.
A grand tour through the Emerald
1 Isle, north, east, south and west. A
Great Specialty Company giving more
he fun, without vulgarity, than any show
d The greatest clog, jig, reel and wooden
el, shoe dancer of America! The greatest
at of all Irish commedians ! No worn-out
production. everything new ! No cur
tain falls! One continuous show! Two
u- and a half hours of solid, clear fun.
to JOHN HOWORTH, Sole Prop'r.
Seats can be secured at Caston &
Hunt's book store, without extra charge.
, G. F. WEEDEN, ,
nid 1-27-it Business Manager.
r- - - - - - - - -- - - I
IADIES WANTED to work for us at their own
d, I.homes. $7 to $10 per week oen be easily
ak made; no canvassing; fascinating and
steady employment. Particulars and sam-*
i- pie of the work sent for stamp. Add:ess
.ki OME M'FG CO., 1P. 0 Box 1916, Boston, Mass.
d- IIE WANT SALESMEN everywhere, 1-cal
and traveling, to sell our goods Wili
pay good salary and all expenses. Write
.for terms at once. and state salary want
ci- ed. Address STAN DARD SILVER WATRE (.,
.)~ Washington Street, Boston, Mass. 1-27-4t
ry, I have a positive remedy for the above dis
ite ease; by its use thousands of eases of the
worst kind and of long standing have been
ur cured. Indeed, so strong is my faith in its
officieney, that I will send TWO BOT rLES
- FREE, together-with a VALUABLE TREA
he TISE on this disease to any sufferer. Give
iexpress and P. 0. address.
thDR. T . A. SLOCUM, 181 Pearl St., New York.
tve nP'.V C Its Causes and Cure, by one
at *I ' ~i.,' who was deaf twenty-eight
IIyears. Treated by most of the noted spe
cialists of the day with no benefit. Cured
himself in three months. and since then
ee, hundreds of others by same process. A plain,
simple and successful home treatment. Ad
by d ress T. S. PAGE. 12East -20th St . New York
ty. City. 1-s7-41
Led I CURE FITS!f
'iat When I say cure I do not mean merely to
1stop them for a time and then have them re
0turn sgaln. I mean a radical cure. I have
'an made the disease of FITS, EPILEPSY, or
FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. I
the warrant my remedy to cure the worst cases.
Because others have failed is no reason for
. not now receiving a cure. Send at once for a
to--. treatise a.,d a Free Bottle of my infallible
Sremedly. Give express and post office. It
tcosts you nothing for a tria'. and I will care
the you. DRI. H. G. ICOOT, 183 Pearl St., N. Y.
r PARKER'S TONIC.
leA Pure Family Medicine that Never intoxi
cates. If you have Dyspepsia. Eheumatism,
in d Kidney or Urinary Complaints, or if you are
htrrubled with any disorder of the lungs,
tbowels, blood or nerves you can be cured by
ry. Parker's Tonic. Hliscock & Co., 163 Willianf
Street. New York. Sold by adl druggists in
has large boLties at $1. 1-27-4t
the -- -~
A Bargain in Land.
let- A tract of land, containing 179 acres,
>ril- with two dwellings and outhouses, 50
Y. acres of arable land, 15 acres of p)asture,
t and balance in oak and pine timber,
knlnown as the "Mar-y E. Swindler plaice,"
situated on the Columbia road, 7 miles
ang from Newberry Court House, wvill be
stold1( at p)rivate sale. If not so sold be
St,fore saleday in February will be offered
on that day. Terms easy, with pr-ivilce
I. to pay all cash. For further particulars
>ur, call on JOHN B. JONES and
ra- JOIISTONE & CROMER,
aulit -s E
rich D.M M.RRY &CO., Detroit, Michigan.
ray- U UMN AlN
Col- - O
his C olumbia,
in It is diffi.lt to realize that soon
at- Will make wcods
We have endeavored to anticipate the w
SHOES AND HATS I
te Our Domestic Departm<
Mge A RE ESPECIALLY W(
ring New Goods by every SI
fa- Orders Solic:ted. Respectfu
W. A. ReCKNG-,
Opposite Grand Central Hotel, Colum
bia, S. C.
All the latest Novelties in the Art.
I invite those who have any difficulty
in getting a good picture to try my
20,000 Negatives preserved.
All work guaranteed.
Established 12 years. 10-8-im
0DlilOND8S, IVITC H 8,
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Watch Reparing a Specialty.
Newberry, S. C. 1-13-tf.
Spartanburg Land for
I have 230 acres of good land in the
vpper part of Spartanburg County,
which I will sell at a bargain, or ex
change for other property in this county.
The land lies well and there is not one
acre on the place that is not tenable.
There is a creek, with a good mill shoal.
There are two branches and good creek
and branch bottoms; the place is well
ditched; and there is plenty of the best
iron spring water and three wells.
There are four settlements of good
houses, plenty of timber, and there has
been a considerable quantity of gold dug
on the place, and perhaps there may be
rich gold mines there. There are good
schools and four churches near enough
to attend, there are also two stores with
in three miles of the place.
1-6-tf B. H. LOVELACE.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
National Bank of Newberry, S. C., vs.
W. A. Fallaw, et. al.
By order of the Court herein dated,
3rd December, 1885. I will sell at public
outcry before the Court House at New
berry on the first Monday in February,
1886, the house and lot in the town of
Newberry, County and State, aforesaid,
containing 58-100 of an acre, more or
less, bounded by Nance Street, Friend
Street, McKibben Street and by lots of
Brown & Wilson, Jos. Brown and Jas.
TERMS-Purchaser will be required to
pay one-half of the purchase money in
cash and to secure the balance payable
at twelve months with interest from day
of sale by bond and mortgage of prem
ises. Purchaser to pay for necessary
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 6th Jan., 1886.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
The National Bank of Newberry, S. C.,
vs. George Denson, et al.
By order of the Court herein dated 3rd
December, 1885, I will sell before the
Court House at Newberry, on the first
Monday in February. 188r,, at public out
cry, one undivided~ half of all that tract
of land in the county and State aforesaid,
containing one hundred and sixty-four
acres and forty-five one-hundredths,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
William Whitmire, J. D. Hipp, estate of
Sam. McKee and others.
TERMs-The whole bid may be paid
in cash, otherwise the purchaser will be
required to pay one-half of the purchase
money in cash, and to secure the balance,
payable in twelve mnonths,-with interest
from the day of sale, and to pay for all
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 6th Jan., 1885.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
L. J. Jones, Plaintiff, vs. Janette Ruff
By order of the Court, dated 1st De
cember, 1884, I will sell, before the
Court House at Newberry, on the firs1
Monday in February, 1886, at publi<
outcry, all that tract of land, in the con
ty and State aforesaid, containing
THREE HIUADRED AND FIFT I
ACORES, MORE OR LESS,
and bounded by lands of Mary Gilliam
Mount Pleasant Church and school
house land, W. W. Suber, J. W. Epps
Thomas W. Alewine and others.
Terms.-The purchaser will be re
quiired to pay in cash one-half of the pur
chase money, and to secure the balance
payable at twelve months, with interes
from the day of sale, by bond andl mort
gage of the premises, atnd to p;ay for al
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office 6th Jan., 18.
Euckien's Armecs Salve
The flest S ilve in the world for Cuts. Sore:
Bru,iMs, Lce-rs. Salt Rhleum,. Fever Sores, Te
ter, Chapped Hands, Chillblains, Corns, an
all Skin Et~ruptions, and positively cures pile
Ior no pay required. it is guaranteed to giv
Iperfect satisfaction, or money refundet
Price -5 cents per b)ox. For sale by rDr. S. I
- - s.O
s surely blast
and forests bare."
ants of the future in
'OR MEN AND BOYS
mt is full and Complete.
AND H08EY AND N0OM
)RTHY OF ATTENTION.
earner throughout to -eason
A R E
I have to raise $3,000 within the
WHOLE STOCK OF GOODS RI
My stock consists of
Prints, Bleached and Brown
Ticking, Drills, Checke
Car,ton Flannels, I
Also a large stock of NOTIONS ar
Am very sorry that I have to sai
THEY MUST UO, 0
Come early, before the best of the
have such a chance, as I will
Never Offer Such Barg
Gir ALL GOODS SOLD ]
We are now prepared to suppl the V1
complete and varIed assortment oDy Goo
all competition both as to quality and low p
reason of this. Goods' bougbt and sold for ca
much lower than in houses where the crec
Goods Store is the only one in the city or I
basis, hence our almost fabulous low price
MADE CLOTHING, all at bottom prices. Al,
season will be found in our houee. Our steel
to sell at such prices as will induce custor
friends in Newberry an d the adjoining Couni
the attractions and inducements offered la 1
tht you save at least ten percent. by pmb
dlamade. Come one, come all and De cot
A T T E
PURCHASERS TRAT EX]
hand! For first class goods and low p
rival in this part of the State. I am w(
cotton. I am therefore determined t<
stocks that will eclipse anything ths
goods. An exLmination of my immens
of this bold assertion beyond the shadow
been carried over from year to year to p
sell everything at New York cost and c
dull summer, and for bottom prices see
144 buttons for - - - 5
3 papers of needles for - - 5
3 papers of pins for - - 5
3 balls of thread for - - 5
4 crochet needles for - - 5
Some people say I think I can beat
blocks; read on and you will be convin
30 yds. calico, cuat offthe piece i
25 yds. very ood calico, cut off the piece 1 <
20 yds., very best calico, cut off the piece 1I
Checked H *omespun, fye fo 1 1 4
22 yds. Bleaching for - - - - 1 4
qd. godhBeacng for - - 14
Shoes, Clothing, Jeans, Blankets,
auction sales in New York at less than
Ladies' Coarse Shoes, worth $1 2, fo
44 ~ 110, for
," FIne " " 2 50, for 1
Clothing I have marked down to a
Men's Suits - - - trrS&o *4
S - - - from 1250to 10
" - - - from 15 00to 1
S -- - from 1750 to 12
a . - -from 20 00to 14'
Overcoats ---from $3 50to *2~
Competitors tremble when they:
too well that Flynn will do just whi
the town will do me a great favor by
avoid the great rush that throng the st
Wilton Velvets, Body Brussels, S
Carpetings, at New York prices. We
ART AND SMIYRNA SQUARl
For the coming week will interesi
Shoes and Clothing. We must havei
additions. which we will refer to later
A good Chemise at 25 cents. Dr:
-with six tucks, at 44 cents. See our
Children's Slips and Dresses at grea
this w~eek att 50 cents, worth. $1.25.
Another Lot of Glov
5.000 yards calicoes, at 4 cents.
,to ceanl out the stock. 2 cases che<
eGraniteville i shirtings, 31 cents per
cnts. Be-t 10-4 bleached shleetinlg f
Our stock in this departmnent is
each. 100 Pairs Grev Blankets, a
Blankets, at $1.88, reduced from $-2.2
damaged, worth $8, this week at $5.
A .splendid sale of White Spreads, sl!
$1.25. 100 dozen Doilies, at 33*
now at 19 cents. 50 pair Table Di
Damask at cost. See our line of ']
100 dozen towels at 10 cents, worth:]
Hlosiery, Gloves, I
A good Ladies' Stocking s.t 5 et
cents, now at 19 cents per pair. See
CLOTHING AND GE
The stock on hand must go to make
prices. Our coats for men and boys
Our stock of boys' clothing at New
The stock @n hand now of winter go<
All parties owing us will kind
next thirty days,
i Homespun, Gin
Satins, Dress Goods --
ameres, and other -
ld other goods too nuM4 -zo-6
-rifice my GOODS, bt -
Stock is picked over.
%ins again in
OR THE CASH ONLY,
=ito of everyono, as we laveo
s ever offered in 6ie4 -
lees. common msswm
sh can be ofered 1 ev-y=
lit iYaem is Z=G&M-.
;Woumbis that dosbmlaiM.
IOf Firatcl]MG90ft Wjm
d1dren. We keepjonhamfu
I"e W han
be Columba DW
Lvinced o the truthatoor
>ECT TO BUY W
rices my two-stores stand. 06 --
11 aware of the short erq#...
> make a sweeping ==
t I have ever befbie dAc-ti
e stocks wil demoustrati th
Df doubt. Mygoodsr ae
eta profit on them. I.
se the money for somett
and beat them if youwca
2 boxes pawcArsid
3e tdkrehefs ia --
5 corset laces for
10 long shoe laces for --
5 paeks of hairpins for
this or that in price, bu tbeee
0 1 95e. Dress Goods, maiked
O 20c -
0 156. - ~
01150. " " "w
0 i n ack a o aen re
0175c.to soe.; *i to 'ie. '... huness
01 Je~- hae not
Flannels.and Hats from' the to
K' Ladlee' Finie Shoes, woza
K' " '
5" Rubber Shoes -~
30 the reduee n em --
imost half price.
-ead these irresistible
~t bie advertises. Peole
calling early or late In
ore from 11to 3, attbele
uper Ingrains, Cotton Clah
show the finest line of
Es, FELT AND LINENI CE - -==
>1ayed in this city.
Columbia Hotel Block,
his patrons'with -land slidesi
oom for our springstock ad
Our march shall be upward ,
twers at 25 c.ents. An elegan in
grand display.of Ngt Dresses, at
lreduced prices. Children's 'U
es at 49 cents per pair
,000 yards best standard calicoes, aS
ked ginghams, at S* cents, worthi _S
yard. A good 10-4 brown shti- - -
com 20) to 25 cents.-3
still heavy. 100 Grey Blankets.d
;81, reduced from 81.50. 170 Pair~r~2
5. 90 Pairs of Fine White Blankets,aIgd.'.
ght"Iy soiled, at 85 cents,:95 ~ua$
:ents, worth 60 cents. - 25 pair"
mask, now at 39 cents. Or
Turkey lRed Damask, at 384
nts per pair. Elegant, goods at'#5
the value we are showing1In corsets
N4TS' FURNISHING GOODS<
room for spring stock. Fine suits a
at prices that will suit men of limited
Ih oes, S
ise we propose to sell at greatly rdudl.
Il and settle. Respectfully,