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Locil and Special.
WEDNESPAY, MARCH 17, 1886.
THIS ~ I, PA ab Ound Uofle at Ge406
AdvertisinguBreau(0SpruceSt.L where ad=Fri
coanrct may be mae for itIN jNEW yo .n
BAPTIST-Rev. C. P. Scott, p.t-r.
Preachi:g by the pastor at 11 a. Im. and
S p. M'.. next Snday. Sundar ehool
at 3:30 p. n., Mr. J. B. Carwile, Super
intendent. Prayer mieeting Wednesdav
SatS p. m.
ITHMERA--R.v. A. B. 11c'Mackin.
pastor. Preaching next Sunday by the
pastor, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in. Sv~nday
school at 3:30 p. in., Mr. Geo. B. Croier.
Superintendent. Prayer n-etihng Wed
inesy at 8 p. In.
METHODIST-Rev. II. F Chrielzber,
pastol. Preaching by the pastor at II
a. In. and 8 p. i., next SundaY.
Sundav school at 4 p. m., 3r. Jolin
W. Chapman, Superintendent. Prayer
meeting Wednesday at S p. in.
A. R. PRESBYTERIAN -Rev. E. P.
YcClintock, pas;tor. Preaching by the
paNtor next Sunday at 11 a. i. Sinday
-chool at 9:31 i. m., 31r. 31. A. Carli, le.
Superintendent. Prayer inieting Wdc'
nesday : t 8 p. In. Misionary
Society Wednesday at 3 p. in., Mrs. C.
MIower, President. W. C. 'T". U. Ties
Iay at 3:30 p. i.. Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
EPISCoPAL-Rev. W. H. H-anck0,
rector. Service by the rector every
third Sunday at 11 a. in. and 4:3) p. in.
Lay :eading by 3r. N. B. N1azyck at
11 a. mn.
PRE,BYTER.IAN-R. M. DuBos,. of
Tenneszee.*vill preach next Sund:ty at
lI o'clock a. i. and 8 o'clock p. in.
Sunday school at 3:30 p. m., 31r. W.
E. Pelham, Superinitendeit. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. i.
To Our Friends at Prosperity.
Leave your orders for the HERALD
AND NEWS.vith Mr. Allen 31. Wyse a.
the store of Wise Bros., who is our au
thorized agent at that place. tf.
[Speciai to the HERALD AND NEWS.]
CoLT-3BIA, S. C., March 17. 1886.
The President has nominated W. L.
Trenholm to be Comptroller of Cur
rency, and John Hobery, of Illinois,
and Charles Lyman. of Connecticut,
Cioil Service Commissioners.
A. C. J.
The Augusta and Newberry.
The meeting of the Augusta and
Newberry'Narrow Gauge railroad elected
Captain George Adams, Secretary and
Treasurer of the company, and decided
to begin work at orce and push the road
through to completion as rapidly as
possib le.-A ugusta Chronicle. March 1.
A piece of jewelry which the owner
can have by proving property and pay
ing for this notice. Apply at the HER
ALD AND NEWS ottice. It
Boots and shoes low down at
3-10-tf. J. S. RUSSELL'S.
For school books, stationery and school
supplies go to Caston & Hunt's. 3-3
Those wh desire to plant the best
field corn should try the Golden Dent
Gourd Seed for sale at Robertson's Drug
Store, opposite the Postoffice. 3-17-tf
For blanik books, pocket books or any
kind of books call on Caston & Hunt.
Fresh Garden Seed and Onion Sets at
1-27-tf. J. S. R USSEL L'S.
.Buist's New Crop Garden Secds for
sale cheap at Robertson's Drug Store,
opposite the Postoflice. 1
H-. Y. Vance, Clinton ; Geo. T. Reid,
Chiappells: Reid & Hill. Saluda: G. A.
Norman, Prosperity; S. L. Fellers,
Prosperity ; D. Hipp & Co., Pomaria ;
A. G. Cro'oks, Walton, all keep Peiha m's
Pectoral Syrup for eroup) and colde.
MIinter & Jamnieson are now receiving
their spring~ stock, Dry Goods, Shoes,
Clothing, Hats andl Furniture. Give
them a cali. 3-10-if.
No rent, no clerk hire enables me to
sell at bottom prices.
3-10-ti J. S. R USSELL.
Stati onery. good, and at low'~ price., at
Garden Seed 2 Papers for 3c.
Th'le best seeds from Lan dreth :'t gA ets.
per paiper; 12 lbs. eotfee fori $1.00;20 lbs.
rice for $1.00. A fresh lot of family
medicines, horse and cattle powders for
sale at the city store of
:3-10-tf. -B. 1H. LOVELACE.
Quinine. Compound Cathartic Pills
and other Family 31edicines at
1-57--tf. J. S. R USSEL L'S.
have von read "Ben-Hur ?" If not
vou can'buy it at Caston & Hunt's.
Fi-.e Cabbage and Turnips just ie
ceivedl from N. Y., by J. S. RUSSELL.
A new and beautiful stock of Lamps
of all descript ions vex v cheap at Robert
son's (driu store. opposi:e the postofliee.
Emnbroidery Patterns. Staminped, at
2iJ pouds :ice for $1 at
3-10-ti J. S. R USSEL L'S.
Flose. Cher.illes, Arasene, &e.. at
Chapman's. 2-17-: f
If you wanit a boo0k aind are not in
Newb>erry send order to Caston & Hunt.
For general literature go to Castoni &
hunt's. If they have not the book you
wis they will get it for y-ou in a few
days at publisher's prices. :3-3
Handsome Photo. and Autograph Al
bum- at (lhapman's. 2-17-:f
Pickles in barrels and Lottle; at
.3-10-ti J. S. R USSEL L'S.
A Chance for a Bargain.
Wishing to make a change in my busi
nes I will sell my entire stock of Goods.
Store Fixtures, &c., at a bargain. Any
~one wikhing to engage in the inercant ile
busine5s cannot tind a better selected
Ustock of goods in any store. an d a greater
variety. Terms easy, store rent low.
B. HI. LOVEL ACE.
School Books at Chapman's.
120 Bblis. fr.elh Georgia Lime,
20,00:) lb'. best steel Plows.
Iron foot Plowv Stocks.
For sale cheap at
PE OPLES & JOllNSON.
What Can be Done ?
By tryinar again and keepingt up~ courage2
maiv thiags :tenaingly impossible maxy be
atta ned. it;mndredis of hoipeless cases or
Kuiney and1( Liver Comnplam't hanve been
care byIli Electric Ritter- . after e'vrthina
el-e hax been x ra d in vain. So dion't i hink
th e'e is no0 cure or von, but try Electi ic
itttrs:. There is4 1.0 mxeuicinie so 1-af--, go
pur. ' di pe:f. et a R!oodI i-uriner. Ei-c:rvic
R ti ters wii, eml e l)e speppia. D)iabe' v andi alt
i ex-e,' of : :Ki -nuys. I azvalua:ble~ mn atrec
tions 'f St.ac:uh axnd Li er, andt ov*rcomIe
n't rai',v D)imelti. s. i.arge bottl's onrly
-'ocentst at'r. S E. Fant',. 12 23-1t
j I hx d to comb baZek the haicr fromi: m3y fore
cxea.i and omit the partina~ Iuo (o.n3Ceal my~
.haldn"ss. Since then Parker's Hir Balsamn
1- as made inv hair as thick and glossy as ev--r.
~.adies whoi'e hair is getting thmn will tind the
.asam just splendid. Mary Swanson. Chxi
Various aud All About.
Mr. W. T. D.avs has the coitraet for
building an addition to Pelztr factorv.
Mis. J. W. Iumbert has hal her cot
taz* o 1 Main >tn et very mu0c0h improved
Rev. E. P. 31cClintek preached ai
excell-t serion in the Plresb%terian
church la.t S:ny'ay night.
The weekly pr.iycr mi etiiig at the
Lutheran Church has been changed from
Thuriday to Wodnesday evening at 8
"Wari'';Ol:t:ci1as arcarr:-niginhg their
"Iinures" for the iominati-i of mayor
a-id axrmen. Let ts have -home rule"
and low taxes.
Pierce Domilei 1ck. colored, of Pros
pi%V*t, wa- -ent to jail last Thur,-day by
Co:nisioneir I)ennhis for Selling liquor
I: vas report-il that there u as a mad
d(g i IOtNvi oi Moiiny, aind "hit sev
crl do,- were bitten. If s all sueh
do:,s bou.ld be pit out of the way at
If von are in ied of spring clothing
or shoes or anythilng in the gent k fur
ishing~ line, call o:i Cloud & Smith and
examine teiir large and elegant -tock
of lew g o-0s.
The books of registration, preparatory
to the town election, will be open from
March 18th. to and including April 1st.
If you want to No:e do not fail to regis
ter. S-e notice.
The annivers:irv celebration of the
Phreinakosm ianl literary society will be
held in the Op-ra ItIouse on Friday eve
ninig of this wi ek, at 8 o'clock. The
public is invited.
We re,inr1 thanks to 3Messrs. W. Guts
tave IInsel and James M. Kibler for
an -invitition to attend the oinmence
ment of the University of 'Maryland.
These youtig gentlemen from Nen
berry gradiate this year in medicine.
The cartoon exhibited at Caston &
IImnt's book store last week, created
some little amusiiement. It represented
Capt. Lipscotmb riding a byeicle leading
his agricultiurl wagon and Mr. Tillman
as the patriirch Ioses leading the lost
tribes to the agricultural college in the
The county board of exminers have
called a meeitig of the school trustees
throughout the county to consider cer
tain things connected with the manage
ment of the school work. It is a good
ide.t, and all the trustees should attend.
See notice in, another column, and come
prepared to consider the questions men
The death of Mrs. Harmon, on 31on
day night, was sudden and sad. She
was in her usual health on Monday, and
a corpse on Tuesday morning. Truly.
"in the midst of life we are in death."
In her death a most excellent christian
wife and mother has been taken. To
thoze who mourn, we extend our sym
The bonds to be issued to 3r. D. H.
Wheeler in pa\ment of the Opera Hous
have been received. and will be issued
to win this week. Thev are very neatly
gotten tip. The picture of the Opera
House is very good. They are to run
for twenty years and bear five per cent.
interest. The debt is about $24,000.
The bonds are each $100, with twenty
Gen. T. .J. Pope has returned from
MIiss Sue Caldwell is on a visit to
friends in this city.
M1rs. George MIeredith, of Greenville,
is on a vi-it to her father, MIr. R. C.
31ies MIattie Floyd and MIiss Connie
Williams are visiting relatives an d friends
in the city.
Capt. Joe Wyse, of Edgetield, is spend
ig a few days with his son-in-law, MIr.
A. J. Kilgore.
0. L. Schumnpert, Esq., who has been
conlinied to his room on account of siek
ness, is out again.
Ma.ior Theodore Dehon, travelling
agent of the News and Courier, go.ve us
a pleasant call last week.
Dr. S. F. Fant received a severe fall
in hik yard on Sunday night, andl is
still sufl'eringt very much.
i. D. C. Flynn, of Unioti, was in the
city -everail days during lie present
week. lookd:ii :fter his businie-s inter
es:s I -re.
Re R. MI. Dalhse, of Tennessee, will
preach i;ext Saubbaith minoring and eve
ning inh he- Presby terian church of this
place. The pibli: is cordially invited to
The Newberry Dynamite.
It would seem from the following
fronm the Greenville News of the 13th,
that the little euriosity found at the
C. & G. R. R. depot at this p)lace some
time ago, of which ment ion was made
last week, wvas a harmless little thing
comnmon to ratilroaid men. Strange that
noiie of t- tailroad men lucre recog
nized thte use of the little eniriosity
"A young colotred railroad manLf who
lives ini West Greenville read the story
printed in the News of yesterday of the
disi.overy of a mtysterious inistruntent ini
Newberry wh!ehh exc-itedl the minds of
t he peop)le tihen- and was at last safely
hlii el in the led of a creek by a cait
toous cit izen . IIe tecogniized lie iinfer
nal macline by the description and w~as
mightily amunused by lie anxiety and
wonder it e:ause-d in Newyberry. lie
~howed a similar machin e to a repre
setative of t he News last nuight and
explined its wvorkingr.
It is nothing but thle signal torch now
in coninnon use on all railroads. Ini its
complete form it is about the size and
shape of a coin no Roman candle and
provided at onie cnd with a sharp sp)ike
so that it will stand whlen dropped ft-om
te rear of a train oni the gr-ound or a
cross Itie. A lit t!e g.lass coneC inside the
tube is broken by a slight 5hock and the
liquid in the cineu on cominiig in r:ontact
with a powder under it bursts into Ilatme
witih a noise like that caused by thme
irng of a small pi tol. T1huen the tube
brns ten iniiutes, shiowing red thue,
and1( gois out. A thousandl of them
might~be liri-d at once in Newberry
without disturbing the peace of the
Some think thmey can get along ini this
world w ithouit a tTording nature that aid
which she requires front timue to time,
but at last. whlen the seeds of disease
have been sowvn, and are germninatinig, so
to spieak, they ctry aloud for help andl
wold give a kinugdomn for relief. Their
ries are never hushed aind their appeals
nevet hushed by humtiatn agencies. They
defy idis-:se and are lo-t. Whiy act like
malmnen Y R emeudies are at hand of pos
itive value. If the digestlion is imperfect,
if the :ippet ite i- itmpaired, if the liver
and kidnevs arc sluiggish and refuse
their wvork, if a feeling of prostration
overe' mes you, take soiiethiing at onice.
Tie best remnell for these ailments is
the genuine Strengthiening Bitters, to i>e
fund only at Pelhiam's drug store.
The Spartanburg Lynching.
The hanging of ti;e ma in Thompson
at Spartanburg was a righteous deed
rightly done. Assault s on wotmen of
it her color shot id be punished be
the -triinial white or bulaik, rich
or por Andt the haniging should
be donie in biroaud day lighmt wvith
nmaak-ed faces. It is ntothing to
be ashiamel1 of, and ino mant who is eon
earned ini suchi a proeeding should De
afr&d to face the law and accept the
responsibility of his act.-Grenille
THE FARMERS' CONVENTION.
Will it Benefit the Farmers?--What
Some of the Farmers of Newberry
County Think of the Proposed
Convention of Farmers.
During the last few days a rel)orter for
the HERALD AND NEWShas eideavor)e'l
to have talks with the farimlers of this
co11ut y. solic ieing their views on the pro
T;osel Farmers' Convention whihi i has
been called. We find some of otir farm
ers willing to express Iheimeh es. while
others prefer not to have their opiniozis
made public, as they have not givin the
subject enou-hi thought to have ally '
cided opinion in re-ard to the moveeit.
We give below the result of our labvr
just in the order in which we were able
to sec the gentlemen whose opinion; :ip
Mr. B F. McGraw says tiat L.e is in
sympa.hy with the inovement of the
farmers and the proposed Farmers' Con
vention. "I think it is partially a pol-ti
cAl iovement, and it i- mi1y opillioln that
it is well for it to be so mixed, for the
farmers have not given the subjet of
politics sufficient attention to act wisely
at the polls, and they should be educat ed
to give the subject of polities more Care
fill thoughlt. Yes, I think the conven
tion was called more with a view to dis
cussing the interests of the farmers ill
regard to legislation than in regard to
the workings of the farm and natterz
pertaining directly to farming. This is
well, for the farmers have not thought
enough about the legislation of the
country, they go the polls without t hink
ing of what they expect of tlho.;e for
whom they vote. They vote for imen
more from their personal feelings toward
them than from their fitness for the posi
tion, or the measures they will advocate.
Yes, I think the county should call a
convention and elect delegates to the
State convention. No, I do not think
it is the intention to form a new party,
but wish to work within the Democratic
party. No. I do not think the negro
should be allowed representation in t his
convention. The time has not yet ar
rived for him to enter. As to Mr. B. I.
Tillman, I think lie is a man of deep
thought, and had given the subject con
siderable study before lie came out with
any of his articles. I think his last letter
has been misconstrued, and it would
probably be better to select another
leader, but at the same time I am willing
to accord that position to Mr. Tillman."
Mr. John A. Cromer says : "I do not
exactly agree with Mr. Tillman oi the
convention. The great trouble with the
farmers is that you cannot get them to
stick together. I think the convention is
called more as a political movement than
to consider the interests of the farmers.
A convention called to consider the in
terests of farming, outside of polities,
would be a good thing. No, I do not
think the farmers of Newberry County
will call a convention to send delegates
to the State convention. Some town
ships may organize their local clubs, but
as yet there is no talk of it in my settle
Mr. J. C. Goggans says : "Yes, I have
seen the call for the convention. I do
not think the convention will be of any
benefit to the farmers. I believe the
convention is called to influence legiska
tion in the interest of the farmers,
and as a political movement, more
than to discuss matters pertaining to
farming. I do not favor class legis
lation. Let us elect our best mii
to office regardless of their vocation.
No, I do not think Newberry County
will call a convention nor send delegates
to the State convention. As to Mr. Till
man, he may not want oflice, but lie has~
placed himself in such a position that lie
may be called upon to take some posi
tion. While I do not fully13 endorse Mr.
Tillman, I agree with him in some par
ticulars. Sonic of his articles were very
good. No, I do not think the farmers
will stick together if they organize. I
would like to see a good county or even
township organization of fatrmers for the
purpose of discussing matters pertaining
to the farm, such as readumg essays, giv
ing experiences and giving a general in
terchange of ideas on the different
methods of cultivation, and everything
pertaining to the farm, but let it be free
from politics. Such an organ izat ion
would beiiefit the farmers, but they will
not unite for this even. It is wrong to
array one class against another ini the
affairs of State."
Mr. W. C. Sligh says: "I do not think
the convention will amount to anything,
because the farmers will iiot uniite. I
think the intentio-1 of the convention is
to discuss the interests of the farmers,
ad that the intention is for the farm
ers' best interests. Yes, I tinik the
convention will bear on the p-diticil
situation, as the call asks for a new
deal. I do not think Newberry
County will call a co:iventio:i to
send delegates. 1 think onie should be
caled, for, if the convention is to meet.
the farmers ought to be represented by
their best men. Mr. Tillhnani is rather
radical in some of his expressions. I (10
not believe in a governmneiit controlled
by one class. The control of affauirs
should be divided. A convention might
be of some good to the farmers by a-king
for low taxation, and demand that some
of the useless offices be abolished. amnd do
away with some of the clerks to the olli
ces or let the officers pay their own clerk
hire. By asking for reform and low tax
ationi some good might be aiccomplish
The next farmer with whom we tadlked
(lid not care to have his iiame used, but
hought if the convenitioni were propierly
managed it might do some good. iIe
did niot believe in ma:kmg a political
movement out of it, but if it woul take
iito considerat ion such mat ters as looked
to the bettering of the comiditioii of the
fai mers, givinig thienmimproved miet hod-,
it would be of benelit to the farniers.
Mr. Robert B. Lyons says: "Ye
my name was on the call is um.d
for the farimer,' conveniition, hut
I do not claim to b)e a farmer
now, but if I wvere engaged ini farm
ing I would attend the convention for I
cannot see any harmi in it. I do not see
that it is arraying the farniers against
the other classes. The convenit ion .may
stir up something of common b'enefit, all
trades acting in concert. Other voca
tions have their organizations and why
not the farmers? I do not think tIhe
farmers can correct the wrongs of which
they complainl without p)olitics beinga
feature. No, it is not desired to form:
any newv party, but to work withn th
democratic party. Yes, I thinik that tIhe
farmers should venture to join ahnost
any movement that claims to lcok to the
bettering of their condition. They mnay
fid it a mistake, butlI think not. I thiiib
Mr. Tillman is a good man and I woiuhl
accept him as a leader aiid tiy htim
awhile. I read his last letter and it
seemed to me that a mran, writing as well
as lie does, and considering the slow
ness of the farmer to move in anythinig,
that the acceptance of the leadershi.
ws rather forced on him. It seems t<
hve been construedl as self-nomination.
I do not thiink hie inltended to noiminatt
himself. Hie might have called a eon.
vention. appoinitinig the time andl laic
without saying he would accep)t the leadl
Iershi p. I (10 not know that the conven
tion will benetit the farmers, but there i:
o harm in making the effort to benmetil
the. The Southern farmer will fail t<
tik to any programme or organiz/ationi
There is too much individuality~ in thi.
Southern character. They will not or
ganize and stick together.'
Mr. J. 31. Johnstone, says. "I cannio
see any necessity- for thme convention
There are no abuses complained a
which cannot be eff'ectually dealt will
by the D)emocrat ic party. 1 eaii see in
oiier reason for the call of the c:mven
tion than political purposes, an:d I ani
opposed to the organization of ang
class of citizens in the formation of:
political party. I have seeii no indicai
tions that would lead me to believe thia
Newerry will participntfoin a move
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causes, at all seasons.
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Enfeebl-s the Maus.
PaEjHT Ud RIC
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No~.tie ito C ar'C hcoo T tees. '' :
authriio the Icoiunty wouldCCI resultC \ in
IourIC con choos adni.htradt
tfhorlil law.(IIICC u C' hee1ycll ictn
mis-. Ione, t 11 oIII'lo ' . m..CCIr onISatur
earneLI t y n C: rg-d tC t tSin C nd t C oC n-C
pIIt.i Sh ulc o eool Ci:i's l
the payerof' (cCebHrI?
::I'.IIhould ti. pay11 ' f : I avCle S lM un
-Ith C. ch Iol iI ,s a nd seh:. ! 'iuri
G l1:C.IB.C m1o-:'.\iIC CfI
(.s1V Clt - ;. o Nunl-s
:1-i 7-:li \\ herirl (-t- ty41.
Mar brgh1 5 ;;-d. i
STACl T EilF UCl] I CiCUld2 CI C.
E.CC'. " C duCk-rs aClC1. r1 . Phiint1.1 I'
(L:anbert' J.14 Jon14 -jua pn. . CM -wC
Feb'-:C:u 1:CIIV:h. 1C 1 wi- . ili.r
the'1 ~CCo:aI! CC I Ia s in. Ne b-I .o l
-'iC CC' N o :C l u' I C.. 'II . .C'11 .I l'n's C'
I: rv _n __ndh i TI lVin'tre
that hd Par '' I Cr!e (.14 14''l 0-1:1; a
h-1141.'tC'CC d IinCr. thCOUCiC. . i N"4 whe:T
pa ly bien d t Chpranhi ft
llent 01 nat -.-:Id. an - ni (1:i -
Iat e- t.),th p- o - St t I- Colnvei' n.
iI4.C h oe. !.1 : Tillm-m i ' oing t
have ew: - '4.4io I thnkNe h-rr
-1 1i :r 4 th.- 4I I i:
1 4l :a 1- 1 Qf pr..ven a 4' "th i ' -
lbevi tOw -,nh- too v:a, Ir;v l s .
n i -mefn44 t . ''Lh:m-LI he r. ,ba '. re in ' 4':.i
tInk - i s t m,. .1 f-f fa!:mvy d,f- hn
LIllItl II 1 4 IL " w :i4 i 4 111 1 _lw(.
for1':at:L ( . I thi:;.L h.' - i m -::k'::. hou44 -
evAr. In I- l y h rI - ;i ll
benit'' the'4 - ':a to . ieb.L 4 ihe b--! .n-.
If it Ls a 4 t' o 1ti.4: ''f in:-'nwr41 f4r hen
11ittim; tIL t I 1 la41 IL' wi-hnu!4 1i: 4 be444 Li
th.4in the'L cotnven:inwoih>od.
Crab OrchlaI at"Wer.
nile If it, " iLL h Lr ar.' 1o'0 li
11 tile mou!nan111.4 1to:n n iky,
fO 'r lt Oi.:1 h 'i ' owr r t flt' he
wvatvlr : :nid .-,v!, loll", i r. the!:w e
mvnt (of th.- iln:.tr hv th vhites,
Ini:lms a;I th'.- h . of I Gr, a Spirit. I
Thi-; wvat,er ca I IIw b.. obtainl.-d at
your d g'is:'. ic - vl -lx-cs a loll il.o r
ICY that h a : w1% ay - '11 L :Iry.
U ilike 1mlo:.;t "4414r 1w il--A w\a:ter*,.;
tile\- carry O ilw I Ll Il i:: pr'L t l'. of
thle wa:ter-; andl( a1 rn ed'fy 1for Dv.-p-;:aI,
SiVkINedce and0Conipijon61 itis a,
n ar. a pe ile a- qulinlin f4l. Chill- :1IdLI
Clumbliia anol Newberry.
MIr. 11. C. Mo-eley.of Prospri,. has
receivet.d a letter fromn one4 If the CorI)P
rators of lte Colmnlbia. N.w-rrlad
LaurenS railroi il C10hnn1bi.l. xpe
ini -r the O)illionl that Columllbia ik ht.arrily
in'thw enterprike and will do hivr full 1
share, and Hit .Ir. 3Xi-cedith, the can
vas-;er, will hav4y livr hile Trouible In
secuinll CI1l aias r1-lota to thle subh
soription of t capial s;otk. Let the
good woIrk prof-col until thle roall ik :ll
The City Couwil.
Mavor Jn4111.,tonet has is-ued a call fo.
aI mi'etillg of citizens oil tile 31st iN:4.to
loLinlate aI council for the Cn1n,g ye..
Tlhe preseint council, consisti-ig of John
M. .Jtdml-tole. Mavor, B. II. Cline, 0.
B. KIYer, .J'.! C. A. Bow11mu01 andI(I J. K.
Gildtr b1.1 :,erved faithfully:mnd well for
two ve:ar L 1111 it i- blit itstice t to hiell
to Sav that their admnis-tration hlas beenl
Cltil-k-I V :ec('eptaLbIV to the towil. The
fiilces of th"'. town have beell kept ill a
hlealthyv condition, and wvidh thle ep
tion of the debt1 for the lire elgine an1d
opera holse. wIich have beenl provid ed
for, the town iS- frei- from debt. The
order-of tetw uigti diita
tion has bven vx( e-llen t. If they wouldd
colsteilt to Serv! wve have no d0uI)t that
thlev would be renominated without op
p)OSItiOnl. We uIetan;t1d, h1OWeve,
that tleyv de.i! to) retire, and it IlOliuld
be nski.- 1oo i ;ch Li Qf th 1 tlwto L:uI
other terml lunlez.- they.\ wNre- wvillin.
The d' .uties of t1114 1.yOr. eSp Ily. :I I
uch a1 to re<Iuire a large portion of his
time,0 :mdlk rDeaIlly we(, thinlk thle )1,1yor1
oul,hlit t nceive fay forI his :ervice.
Hle h:ls To il" at I)e couniiici albamber
evry day anil ha'- ometing illorl or
Ivs tooo o,1and i' i1 k t innI oIf
.Iay 11 111 to giVe to T IM 0< -.-f his tim . tlo
tIle Public IIervic e wvliout 11'.im ati on%r .lll
From $20) to -::;0 a yvar at leazt sh!uld
Tbe ail he 31ayr for4,ti' 15ervic.01
fauhrel k i nei'ItsO '4it Who'ca beat- thi.,?
Rev. 'l L41( o. W. le :id, of bbvile
preche an''44 intere1sting Ilerm1on41 i Prol
pert'yi.'iI crchISunday. He1' ill~ 1spendll
1our 44,1 fr ien '.RevlI. 1. P .)4i oyd (Me,todist)
gues ofL Dr.'I(1 L:u iI. ' ea or:
on,'I la '. (umIly. and' th 1:appreciation o I''
itl wIls shownby. th m:m peophCI ial. whot:4
atten e,te 11 itTerent4db :1:14 mrche,'S. that .
The' edlitor of,tw,O1erv. i)'L.C11 S everC. on1
:ieptr:r, ful ul0u4 t i h4. - 1( ore: car4.41IIill IIl.
k:Ir,.'. ,,44.kii has ]'inal l , )cLde in (!Le1
Walter, o 14ontinueLI 111h4 iLL e y, of we1:1
1r. 4 P1ierr bLL armn'. s ite k' on. is sL till'S
II'ti.e hysiill repo tLL;'4 much ickns' be
tdLtwen I 1144 Prse iL'. nd S:th'ola. Be,1 care-'
31111 i. 3 itie S iI:1th :t, Silove ti ito her1(
p 'l V' of tuine s Ll:uni n- ill be preparedh
millin r LL1" o4,i' . La,114 1 lcS,)0' when1L: yo cone
perit.Igt4 m the44in t4~1 Augu i o f h 1->thl1'&.
We a re p. iontetedeho
Ti i row 1ev'er varies. A marvel o
pi:. t w :11an1 whole.onmeness. Mforc
c n i.:ial :Uai h-: Orti iay kindls.:d a(1can
Ilo)" e ii in ( c"Impetition With the multitu4
lw Iv., ot wei;rbt alum or phosphate
o'. o - !0 i:: Ian V. B0A. I.AKINC
i rv.ihi 1o ex:in11e our so::k of
Com NG M> HEATING STA'ES.
Cl:0CKFRY AND ULASSWARE.
TINWARE AND VOoDENWARE,
T.%I.LE CUTLERY, BROOMS, ETC
IN THE CITY,
Ca1 :-1 g-.t our price- before buyin
SCOTT & BRO.
Newborry, S. C.
C. & e. L. KERRISON,
C i 'z2 S AEL STREET.
CIAZ1 H A 0 LETN. : : : S. C.
- IT Al. =-j E:
Fancy Dry Goods,
:1 Butto: Kid Glovos, $1.00 per Pair.
1"r-pa:av ory pioprchasing Spring
Gow:-. W ilV reentl m11a(e SOME
large reduIction in tie prices of
Ca h o ri I 'm lilglc to $10.00 oT
free of charge.
All 01d1r1 promp1ltly attended to.
C. & E. L. KERRISON,
8-20-lY CHjARLESTON, S.C.
FL lIN. ' dr GRAIN
MEITZ. a FLOURS
FLIl'IN. .= MEATS
MEATS. .., FLOURS
Gital, CD MEATS
Fi.OIN I-- GRAIN
. jtAIN, I.C0 MEATS
FILA S GRAIN
MI T FLOURS
GRI, U\Q MEATS
MEalThratad g Les U R
CGRAIN. Cod,Asha PhMThii
l 712--i -12co
In1 anot n Lu~Dng ules, inc as
Coughs,fo iColds,o Astma Phthisic
For sal by 1u Dru .jrists Pice 75petr. ble
-e. A . INllSON.u & ooltPREOS
1L00 SVyLL E,uKY
018 EdSBj 00
CCl atte raEdN IIOUS ion Caalg
State for thetrkind afdgoodt
ses bd iusel-: an WooleCarpe
see . *upeially fo~"U'r the a ll t r:ul
theL:: ISwar. omle
An- Ma .a' New Paten also[ a 1O1
C ,ow adNver Matting., newstoCi
-0 TO J.A
Columbia Cash Dra
And( -et ba:-Ains inl DryV GOods a-'d ClOthlin;,
at a very smlall adJVan oeCost, and to ever,
Z,0 ceunz ny. hie give- themn a ladies' collar.
The ztock is large and new, best in the city,
C. F. Jackson,
1120 MAiN STREET, -
S-20-CGin__ __ _
To be sold at a
Will offer from this date the
sacrifice which will astonish evei
with a call.
TilE GOOBS MEST BE SOLD EITE
I am obliged to make room foi
determined not to carry over any n
help. This is no idle talk or adver1
to the letter. Call and secure the
of every kind, Hats of all descri
Goods in the greatest variety. BI
in prices and 1 will uidersell then
148 Main Street, C(
I have to raise $3,000 within the next tl
WVIOLE STOCK OF G;OOD)S ImEGAPJ
My stock consists of
Prints, Bleached and Browni Cotte
Tickings, Drills, ( becked Hoi
C.anitoni Flannels, WXook
Jeans, Silks, Satir
. Cash mcr
Also a large stock of NOTIONS and oth
Am very sorry that I have to sacrifice
THFI ST t6O, RE
'Come early, before the best of the Stool
have such a chance, as I will
Never Offer Such Bargain
G' ALL GOOD)S SOLD FOR
MARBLE FRONT JEWELRY
(R.N.MAIN STREET, CoI
e .N ichb,ourg, successor to Wmn. Glaze,
D)iamnonds, Silverwaire. Platedwar e, Bror
Cocks, .Jardirieres. thle ChioPe-t Gemvs, Pre<
for weddIuing Present- and home nse to pleas<
and1( Winter styles in .Je-re1ry are elegzant bey
kA Solid Silver IInnting C'ase Amnericain
- Munisic IBey2
I ha:ve added to my .ieehr estabhiin
wijll)b found t he celebraot< r Steinlivay, t priW
I have the sole cor.trol in this State, : i-n F
svs. Wilcox'oW whIit e, a na Shoninger Ozig
P:ass Instrumnenits, Sias Mn,ie and Niie:d
lgue andt prices, andl be sure and w'rite 10 R.
s. C., before purcha-inig els' where. 1 bi
therefore offerlyou lower p)rices than those w~
7 Goods Stora
. lIe is selling off the entire stock
customer who purchases, say from
and no customer will be refused a
COLUMBIA, S. C. THS
above desirable goods at a
.ybody who will faver him
N RECARIILESS D O SI0
the spring stock, as I am o
iore of this stock than I can
.isig, but I mean business .th
Best Bargains in Clothing ie ut-.
ptions, Gents' Furnisidng'' 2re
ing your lowest-quotations a
all by a large majority.
lumbia, S. C.
iirt days, therefore, I offery
DL ESS OF COST1.
is, Dress Goods,
es, and other Dry Goods.
er goods too numerous to mention
my GOODS, but I am owing ,
MR[S 9F 00SI
Sis picked over. You will never
again in Newberry.
T HE CASII ONLY. .gg
AND MUSIC PARLOR,
LUMBIA, S. C.
Jeweler, Watchmaker & Silversmith.)
zes, Gold Watches, Silver Watche -
eious Stones, and every article made
Sthe most fastidious. 'The new Fll
vatchi for only 510.00.I
nwnft a mus ic deparmer.t, in ublich
it. Grnid and Squlate Piainow, of which
icher. Grovenstein and Fuller in all
;$s ofevery desci iption. striz.gt d anT
Findigs. send for descripthe cat
N. ichourg, 31ain street, Columbia,
y my instruments outright and can
hae th.e.1m on c.onesimment. * -q