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Rev. Sam Jones to the Girls.
Sam Jones closed his labors for
the week in Chicago Saturday night
with a sermon to the girls only. There
were over 4,500 present. Among
other things Mr. Jones said: "G irls,
watch your company. A n an,,el
from heaven could not keep som
company that girls do in Chicago
and not be corrupt. Pure. noble
girls stand alone on this earth for
beauty and glory. Boys go in bad
company. but the hope of this land
is in its pure girls. Oh be vigilant:
guard your parlor. Beware with
whom and how you go to entertain
ments." Mr. Jones then indulged
in a long description and denuncia
tion of the perfumed young man.
He also described a chase of Voung
ladies after spider-legged dudes.
Tell me what your associations aro,
young lady. and I will give you a
glimp6e of your history. Is he an
exquisite dancer? Does lie wear per
feet fitting pants? Is his hair parted
in the middle? Does he clerk in a
big establishment at $60 a month and
spend $40 a month for board, $30 a
mcnth for carriage hire and z20 a
month for theatres? Does he con
vince you that he has not a stingy
bone in his body? Do you think lie
is "just nice?" Where does he get
his money? * * *
I am in love with the wool hat and
jean-pants boy. He starts at $40 a
month, sticks to business and the
wool hat till lie gets a thousand a
year; then he gets to be junior part
ner, th'en senior partner, and finally
owns the whole stock where he does
business. You stylish girls do not
like bim; well, he likes you just about
as well, for when he wanted a wife
he went back to his country home
and married plain Mary. and in a
few years it was love in a cot
tage, and now he has a residence
on Michigan avenue. Girls, tie to
these wool hat boys and they will
take care of you.
"A beautiful girl of this city ar
ranged to attend a wine supper last
week. When the night came she sent
word, saying, "I can't go; my heart
has been touched at the meetings."
Now she has brought three of her
associates here with he:. What do
you want of wine suppers. oh
mothers ? No matter what the devil
e you. if he sends you about
three drunkei .n-in-laws he will
have paid you alNhesdebt and you
will receipt in full. Then,grls, watch
~these tempers. If a girl is alx to
Ptmrr .mother she will make it warm in
derz tr own home, if she cver has one."
All the girls who talked ugly or
saucy to mothers were asked to stand
up. There .was no uprising, not
one, '-Mothers. overhaul your libra
ries. A young girl once said sue was
S terribly bored by readling the Bible.
Tbe poor, silly, sap-headed thing.
Some motbers fix their daughters to
Convention of Farmers.
-.~The call for a convention of farm
ers to meet at this place published in
the Medium last week has met with
ge.ieral favor. Every one seems to
be impressed with the necessity of
g immediate organization. Some news
* paper correspondents have insinu
7 ated that the nmovement in the State
Sin behalf of the agricultural inte
rests is a covert plan to disrupt the
Democratic party. There is nothing
of the kind in it and it is an un
jwarranted and outrageous charge..
Wliy should a farmers' club be sus
pected of treason or charged with~ dis
affection any' more than a medical,
law or literary club ? Where do these
charges come from except from men
who favor high taxes adepc
farmers to sit quietly and endure
K without protest any burden imposed
F upon them no matter how unneces
Therv truth of the matter is. that
taxes are too high and somnethingz
must be done. There is no reason
or justice in such an expensive gov
ernent as we have. A man who
advocates economy in these days is~
laughed at anld called a crank.
~~ chsages in these matters
~- may be an incident of an orgamiza
tion of the farmers. but the true and
main purpose of the movement is to
devise some plan to get out of debt
d and make the avocation of farming a
paying one. Thme p)urpose is to build
u p the country- and make thinlgs
-.No war has been declared
o any profession or calling in
life and all this rot about breakingj
up the Democratic party comes from
the wicked wi1o are fleeing when no
one is pursuing.--Abb:ille Mi"na.
* Used with discretion we do not ob-f
r~3ecto the imoern -boycott. but the1
great danger lies in its abuse. We
are afraid labor calnnot stand power.
A taste of power affects labor, as hu
man blood does the tiger. and it will
L: have to wield it universally or not at
all. It wl,we are afraid. be satis
fied with notin but unlimited power
for the annihilation of capital, or its
* own utter destruction.-'Wille JIes
-sen ger. 23rd.
SLove may be blind, but this does
not prevent ,poony young folks from
K finding each other's lips without any
Low Taxes Wanted.
If the Farimers' movement in the
State has any political significance
at all it is a protest aginst the per
petuation of office in certain individ
uals and families who now Occupy
comfortable places anl (on't care to
gfive them up. It is a cropPIng outI
of the Democratic oppo!;tion to
third-termism which tends lo create
an oligarchy. Even with this sent
ment against third-termisn the pco
ple are So patient and long-Soufering!(J
that nothing wo.1ld likely be Ione if
the parties in power had male any
effort to keep taxes down at. a ref4
onable point. iLas this been dole
by our office holders ? We think
not. H as any message f'rom an
Governor contained a surLestioL
looking to retrenchment ? IIave
new and unnecessary ofiees not
been created ? Who could better
suggrest how taxCs could be dImi
ished than the State cAicers ? neV
have not hesitated to inject into their
reports arguments on insurance ques
tions. comparative ligures about sal.
aries and quotations in favor of 'so
called iglr education but not a
worl about economy do we find.
How to spend money seems to be
the question and so we lave the Col
umbia cana' the Citadel and other
places to w 'c the substance of the
people upon .
It is time for change. There is no
danger of the State going to the
Cogs if other men are put at the
helm. There is no cause for alarm.
In this crisis all men who favor low
taxes can easily discern the path of
Hake use of me, my God,
Let ine not be forgot;
A broken vessel cast aside.
One whom thou. needest not.
Kind reader, as you read these
lines is there an intense, indescriba
ble yearning in your heart to be used
of God this year? If not, why not?
Why not place yourself absolutely
and unhesitatingly at our Master's
disposal for His use for the year '8G?
Why hesitate? Would it not be your
greatest joy and higeicst privilege?
May you be enabled so to see it, if
you do not alread1y. May you be
ready to make a full and glad sur
render of eer?yhi,a . To so eim)ty
yourself of self, that He can come in
and use N ou to IIis honor and glory.
So may it be to mranly that r'ead this.
A .Newberry Man in Atlarna.
Wie take tihe following from 1''im e
nin g Capitol, a paper pubhilied in A:
Coni uere is tie grea: propqellin
tou~r that moves the world.
limie, thle great hii torian, says the
publ ie becomes powerfuli in prop:ortionli
to thte opuilne:- an(i extensive connneiiree
of private inen.
A new Captol scribe having receivedl
instructions to "skip) out'' anid ge*t tup
notes on tiw" Industrial Interests of theC
city started out and without knowing
where lie wvas gointg, soon found himself
standing in front of the Trunk Fuctory,
34 Whitehall -treeCt. Hie entered the
handsome s: ore tilled wvith an elegatt
line of trunks, valises, sOtmple ca-es.
shopping bags, etc., and was pleased to
meet the genial p,rop)rietor. Mr. Abe
Foot, who has~ been' in tihe trunk but-i
nes- ini Atlanta for severad year's. 11e
kindly consented to show thle rep'er
around and give him all thle iniformti on
Do von manniact ure all these tritmks.
asked~the knight of the quli 1, as lie gazed
upon01 pile ont pile oft runks, all sizes and
style-. ini sole leather, zinc, etc.?
Yes, sir, was the - quick anuswer; we
ma:1nfac tu al these trunk- right he're.
Wa:lk back into ti:e factory and I will
show you through. We quickly followe d
andl therec found a1 scet of hands bu iiyi
engagedl inlt1 t he differen t depatmnt11 tS
knowni to trunk making. We wvere
shown through the entire factory, wichei
ocup)ies the rear of No- 34 Whitehlnl
stret ande the mammotlh baseinet
uder Nos. 31 and( 3:;. We hal the
pleasure of meeCCting tihe suiperintendenctt
f ile wor'k5hop, whom we learn is one ofI
tie best work men to be found anyv where.
At thiis faotory yon cani get anlythlin g an d
everything l kniownt to tihe trunk line izlt(le
to or der. A suicialtv is mad' of sa.m
Coingil back ito the slesroomi anid
noticingo the 11ine as-otmenit of saltehels,
1 01p1i11 baigs, etc., we inquiireid whjethetr
thes were~i of' is Own liianu tlactutre Or
not, to wiih the aniswer was:'N
these groods were botghit North.'' Mr.
Foot is in buiiness by hiim1self, having
nio patntil thOt wh~omt to divide the
p" its. II' wi-hies thle puiblit to vi-it
ii stoe, wwherie theyv wish to buyv or
not, am'il g?et his prices.
A VnJrtE CYLorish.1.-An ex
tre meh- valutable ('vclodia, and of
veir gi-eat popular in:ter'- t is Aldlen's
Cveop edia of I tiive'rsal l iterat uro,\ VoI
tm'ne II. ot whl:th is.is pu11 bIilihed. Nove'l
inl plain, and1 no'vel in foitm. at oni'e beau
tiful and1( conlv eit. an1 d ait a ptrice how
even't COilmpared with MIr. Alden's ailwtavs
lowt prices, this volmtn' gives in its
nearly th 50(1 pa:g's biographnical sket CheIs
ot one huntdted and eleven p)romment iit
a1t horit ies, wit h chlaractteri-tiC seletiont !
from their writings. The following an-'
hors. among others, appear in volutme:
Aduoon, St. Augustine, D'Attvergne,
Bacon. Balzac, Baneroft, Banitm, Bar
baul, Beamnont, B3eeher (-overal of thec
tname), B?nthamu, Bion, Bijorti-on, Bilack
(Cotttess of), atnd Boccacceio; thtus rep I
r~e5entintg neearly all ages atnd alhl nations
even in this volumne-Amoricatn, En- j
lsh, French. German, Italian, Greek, I
Latin. Swedisth, Portuge'se, Scoteh,t
Dutch, Irisht, Norwegian,l atnd Danih
othors-fromn the period Q280 ,n. c. to
. IS188. The literatry and mochiani-"
:l workmanshl5lip are both of a high or
r. The' work is really one that ought i
o il a lacie in every home library: it
'ers a fund of entertalinment tand In
*trution tiat will1 prove well-nigh inlex- 3
ustable. The pr'ice only 60 cents a
rolue, matkes its posseSSioni pos-ible
even to every~ school-boy. The work is r
publhish edi also int parits of! IGO~ pages eaeh P
(ex'angeable at.anty time for boud y
volumes), which atre 'ent pto=t-palid for
15 ents each. Every reader of thlis no
tice ought to get at lea-t a1 -peim pr't,
for- examinutation. -Johni B. Alen, Pb
li-her, New York.
Many suitrering people drag tthemselves 1
about with failinig ,trength, t'eing that t hey
ar stendily -inking fito the grave, wi%hen by
using Parker's Tonic they would finid a emi e
comllec'ina with th.i tiist doe and vitality I
and strength surely coming back to them. I
Tiix i- owtlr nvk er varies. A marvel of
wriy, strnthl andl wholetsomeelus.s. .lore
tOninical tiin the ordinary kinds. and can
lot Ie oli in c,1n:lwli ion with the mnitiltle
>f low test, -hort weigh:t a'mni (or phl:-phate
iowlicr. .(Plt wl*-.y in cans . NX.u M ING
w t.nC . S lls.. 1..t Y. 1I -L .
Celebra.ted Fashion 0atalcgue
SENT FREE ForSrd " and Sum
20th, to anv address. Iliustrates and lists
every th!i for Ladios'. Gents', Childrens'
ant Inantr:Li. wc.Lr ail Housekeeping
GoodQ. At re i. .:% tlh se of any
house .n the U.-! S*:,.!-. Ciiplet
sttipf.aetion. gva.t' -, ermuncy re
funded. !. C. Ii. i.1 & SiON,
K O1 Ave. & :b bt., N. 1. City.
STAT1' OF SOUTII CA LINA.
COUNTY 0F NEWBEl1%Y-IN
CO -.\N10N PL'EAS.
ear& d S. Wh:ah-y e't al. vs. Laura A.
Whaley (.1 .
The (-reditors of t!N- estate of Ann
haley, ~ 11 dee]:< w rcrby reiquired
to r*0n(hlr tO the 3a,:Zter an1d C-',tab1:lh11n
>: t1 Ieh repectiv' C; <eC mid oWithin
Ity days fr01 thw. date lereof, or they
vTill be thereafte er prec l.,ohe d.
SILAS dOHINSTO-NE, Ylastvr.
Ma,ter's 011ice 24th Februarv,1. 0
STPATE 01F SOUTII CARLiNA
COUNTY OF_ NEWBElIZY-IN
J. Y. M".F:11, adminiStrator. etC.. of
Geo. Feln-ii vs. G o. W. Feltmnanl
a nd Anne Bt:nn, deftilans
Call for creditor-; of late Geor-c Felt
mnanl. It) rciner in (!tii-d4 by 1st
A pril, 1sS6.
The cre(itor, of lie etate of the late
leorge Fvltmin. <eccased. are hereby
-eqired to reiler before the 'Master
md e,tab'li t1 owth thir rD'SpeCtivt'
and-. on or b.-ire the ir-t day of
SILAS JOIINSTONE, Master.
M3I ter - Oflie, 24th Februnry, 1658G.
No crude petroleum.
stflphur, saltpeter or ex
plosives. but is a com
pound, which. if put in
Lpto, will burn it,
Z" ROOTS AND A LL,,
CREEN OR DRY.
Penietrative to burn 13
or money cheerfully re
funded. Send for illus
trated circular, &C.
F. E. Fross &Co.
"Lock Box D,
/ New carle, Ohio.
B. J, RAMAGE & SON
n (tie of line new store romom,: tof Cr otwellI &
leCagh!rin, a il'USiI LINE OF DES>1ItAlBLE
000ul)z, cton-inn of' amon.z other articles:
hoic-- bran-is ofi lIleaebed Gootd.:, Driline
iln, Co:oin::des, 101 Sheeting, a ni1CC
Inln. Lon'daleI C;inbries. L,wn'it. Naii:iook,
n:rei l'h!ie Clo:hIi, T[owels. :al N a lkins1,L -
nu ex:tine. 5-2S-lv.
We~ have now in s:ore', F.:rri-' I1am- and
Irakfdast Strip. C. C. C. [Tenne. llams,
5crot.etd I her Ilam ind Oth(x Ton:rinca, linon.
a rd :mdt N'. & . 3jtissee, Java. L.auyra and3t
ltio CofTees, Finest Green andui oln Tlets,
'u"irls oh di th'ren t bra.nd, K'tirk' L-in ndry
sap anid oilher briand'. A TO, a1 nice hue of
ran iaeware, 1'.wers, anid liasin, etc., Glass
vare itchers, Gobtie;ts, .lvliv Tumbtlers, nice
rices, B3 J. RA31AGE &SON,
3-2S-1. N ei'ryS.C.
in r allThoatai Lim Troub, such) "as
Cog.hs, Cold's, Asthm'la, Phthis.ic,
Hoiarseni ess, TIcipient
Consu mlptionI, &..
AN IS rEi TINLY WOnlTIt TR.YTNG.
F or 'd h. 1 all Drmi:.it. Price 7.3 et'.. au ht'tlie.
R. A. ROBINSON & CO. PROPR.IETGRS,
,. W iintt:n...........s 2 P'. 31. 10 Iin p. M.
v. L.Waccaohaw.. ......... ' 12 -' 11 17
v. Mi Onl.-.-.---...... i T; " 12 41( A.31.
1rive lorencie-.--..-..- -...1 25 1 15"
CC..Sut.r............. 1A 1 43
TItUNS G;O!NG; NOItll.
No. 43. No. 47.
v c u n i e rD a.il y D a l y
("v. ~om bi:e............. iu 0" .
I . Maiih on..............54
T. L.n \o 'e mts aw....... Statio
No'. I'. .tiil 4 514pS til *t 1. mnk7 A.'3
iev ille, L ake Watecamaw.~ Fair Bluff.
i'ho ,'. .IrioniI. Peie l)ee, Florence.' TmmonIs
lie titd Lvnbbr.. .! nyesville. Sumiter. W edge
bit1 C tmden.i .Jtitiiton anud Easm'tov.er.
& 1. 1'. 1:. C , C. & A. It. iR. Stations. A iken
mtetion1. andlt) in..10jtS beyoind. 'Ihonh!t take
SeparIIate Put Iliman 'letpers for Savannah
a for Ai:usta ont i rain 4.
Passn;gers 01n int :'ni take 4l8 trail) fromt Fin-~
neeC hor Columinbia, Augiustam antd Georgi:a
>i's via Columbia.
All trains run solid be'tv. een Charleston aumi
JOHN ~F. DIVINE
I"T. M. EIE RSON. en'I PatS. Agt.
Buc'1len's Armes3. Salve.
:r Chaptx.. II im '.i. Ch 1 ,ih.N.'t ;.N i0 i
1 Skm ~iupto..t""! '"-- -
r no pu
AIEII ku'OUllS AID LOW PRICES,i
CL CUB SaNIITH'S!
We are daily rceeivinu NEW GOODS, which, for NEW AND NOBBY
STYLE ANI) LOW PICES far excel anything heretofore offered in this
inarket. Rniem ber the class ot goods we handle-Strouse & Bro's Fine
Custom Clothing: ilanan & Sons' Fine Custom Shoes for Gents; ZIEGLER
Bos' (not Geo. H1. Ziegler) Fine Custom Shoes for Ladies; the celebrated
J. Means Shoes. Our line of Neck W"ear is superb. Come to
OLuOUD & S-MITH,
L;-17- tf. The Newberry Clothiers, Newberry, S. C.
PLanXOS "XnCI 0X*ganUS
From the wvorld's best makers, at factory prices, on easiest terms of paymnit.
Fi-ht raxd makers :n(l ovvr three hundred styles to select from.
T Chieki-ri. 31ason & IIamlin 31athushek, Burt & Arion,
P IA Ny SPa kard. Oreheztral ant Bay State Organs.
Pianos ad Organs delivered. freight paid, to all railroad points South.
Fifteen <ays' trial. and fregght both ways, if not satisfactory. Order and test
ill your OwIN hom11ies.
Colfbia .fusic House,
Branch of Ludlen & Bates' Southern 3usic House,
N. W. TRUMP, Manager.
Columbia, S. C.
Local agents-L. A. llawkin-s, Newberry; J. Counts, Peak's; Keisler &
Monekton, CI::ppells, and J. A. Bowles, Upwell.
MARBLE FRONT JEWELRY AND MUSIC PARLOJ,
MAIN STREET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
(It. N. Richbouirg, Suce'S-or to Wn. Gazv. Jewt-ler, Watchmaker & Silversmith.)
i)iamonds, Silverware, Platedwa:e. llronzes, Gold Watches, Silver Watches,
Clocks, .fardinieres, the Choicest Gems. Precious Stoies. and every article made
for Wedding Prescits and home use to please the most fastidious. The new Fall
and Winter styles in Jewelry are ele.-ait beyond description.
A Solid Silver HImnting Case American watch for only $10.00.
I have added to my jewelry establishment a music department, in which
will he found the celebrated SteiliV:y, Upright. Grand and Square Pianos, of which
I have the sole control in tis St;te. also Fischer, Grovenstein and Fuller in all
styles. Wileox & White, tnid Shoinger Organs of every description. Stringed and
Bras Inst runments. Sheet Muii and Mnsi al Findings. Send for descriptive cata
logu1 ad Prices., anId e sure :and wilte 'o R. N. lichbourg, Main Street, Columbia,
S. C., before l-<hingit e!-ewhere. I buy my inst rum.ents outright and can
thrfr o Lo ye ,e pricesi tian tose who have themI on consignment.
OPENING THE SEASON.
Our bnyer h:,s ret I: net from t Im Eastern market, and with read y cash has secured some
extraordinlary bargainas. E:A itLY lRiNc; 1)RtESS GOODS. in all the.new combinations, will
e one of- t he at t ret iont his week. 20 pieces Crinkle seersucker. in new shades, 2) cents.
Over 50) styles in Fine' ;irghiams :im91 Washi Goods. The demand for these fabrics is daily
ci .; sitc ;(,(l.s-:7 vnis 8tamirCt Calico See the valaes we aire ofrering this week in
for $1. :; (' be.t sh irt ing Ca'ico at 5:-.( Se our cork-screws at $10.
select jon in .Mednum Colors. 3 C G in4li:mm. H ATs -Our Splring Shapes are.now tr and the
4e. pe'r varii, 5:) pilees Gjood 4 4 lileacd styles are very pretty.
Siringdi ;ie.-big value'. GissTs' FLTRNImso D)EPARTMENT-5) Shirts
tllImmLu.YlN P.u:AS.,o-We a'r.' now this week at :35c., 25 Shirts thiis week at50c.
opening our .Iring s:yies in at? tIne Ltues all sizes. the best goods mn the State for a dol
)signs. .inst arrivedI over tll pie.e Tlorehosn lar. in dozen Mimanaugh's Best Shirt at $1.
Lace, Edlginigs and linsertingjs. Also, a tir.c See our Gold Shirt for $1, Neckwear, Collars
line of L.isle Thirea:t Glves at 2ie. pmr pair. and Cuffs in all the Latest Styles.
lt(JsI.:nr. (L'>VEs. ,&l:-22 dtozeni Lilies' C.ARPETs, RUGS AND MATTINGs-18 pieces
ltrowni nalbii:lin hlose, at I5e.. worth 2-c., Carpeting this week, only 14c...7 pieces Car
1i doezen 3liss.;' Lisle Trhreai hlose aLt 25e., peting this week, only 164c.. 10 pieces Carpet
worth 4 'c. ing this week, only 24c., 10 pieces Carpeting
Is Pairs Eid G!iove a~t 25 c.na pair. Special this week, only 2'c.,8S pieces Carpeting this
sat' ofral)bon, t breel iavs only, at 12Ac. per week only 32.4c.. 24 Rugs.50 inches Iong~ and2M
yard,. worm h I2 i. Lale' Coli-s and CmiTs inches wide.,>.t $1, sold all over the State at
in al the New -Iv!. See onr t.autis' Collars $2. Velvet Tapestry and Brnssels Rugsat $2,
with unTs ait .. eac h. An elegan:t linei of $2.25 and $2,. worth one.third more. Just ar
Lad ies' CulTs ait 1I cent' tiper pair. rived t his week 25 pieces Matting at l2be.
L.AuIES' ('O .tIuC U \l-tw-:.i:-Chiemiises, per y'ard.
25c. each. DJrawers, *5e. per pair. Nidhtf o lwns lls-:E1-:INO GooDs-S pieces Turkey Rled
at ?sc. each, skir t . t neks, Site. cacth. wit Ih an Table l>atmask. 25c.. 3 -ieces Unbleached Table
endiiless assor tmen't of Corret. Covers. Chtil- l>amask. 25c , 300o pieces Irish Linen, short
dren's shortI :mii I.n (lflr1)4sses. length, at 5iic. per yard. worth 75 and 85c. Big
IIANi>KiInemErsF-This week 1to doz. Ihaul. vatnes in Towels, Napkins, &c., 100 pieces
1echiefs at I-1.e. chcl. worth clonhitie t he price. 15 inch Cot ton Diaper at 50c.. 50 pieces 22 inch
W iiTr- Goolbs A.II > E.1nl:l>E-:S-luo1 pairs Cot ton D)iaper at 75c., 24 pieces cotton Diaper
Clecke< int r t Ie. 5l)airs Checked at tilc. In Gottonaide, .Jeans~ andI Pant Cloths
\ninsook at 10ie., p:'tss Cheekell Nainsook we have hi g values. Plaid Homespun at 6X
at I2". 15 andt20e. I. special oplen ing of Em- cents. Ball Thread at 22 cents.
broisieries aid White iRobes. 20 htobles with Isuoi.s-Mr. Rowell is e:stending this depart
tO0vards Law and iilfI vardts la:uburg Edtging ment very rapidly, and this week offer4 the
t ~$1 51 per suit, ;0 IRobes at 5:5.50. 1I Rtobes at 'following goods at prices unheard ofin this
$-1hle..e ods are buii value. man:rket: 120 pairs Woman's I Kit' Peg Polkas
sen'i'l\ Ci m-in o-Olr utuck of Spring IatlS:5.. 120 pairs Woman's Kip Nailed Polkas
Cotiung. whInch is now daily, consists oIf tIhe nt T5c.. 110 pairs Kip Grain Nailed Polkas at
Lat est IDesigns, ant t he W orkinianship cann tot $1. l-0 pairs Woman's Serge Polish at 50c., 72
e surlpassedt; a grealt manny of these Goods pails Womnan's Kid Button Boots at 80c., 72
have 1)en mann ifactutred ex 'resu-vly orus,atid pai.s W1omian's Goat Bulton Boots at $1. 60
with capital suicicn-t are. onrt adlvantaiges is pairs French Kid Boots at $2 25.200 pairs Web
superior to niany in the State and scomi to jSlippers at l0c., 203 pairs Kirl Opera Slippers
P oile. at Sue.. (;0 pairs 31en's Wax Nailed Brogans at
Cmmrn-:ss'. nors'.AIs) Y(UTIIs' C .rn lnGs- $1. I:0 pairs Men's P. Calf Nailed Brogans at
in this ldep:al iim-lt wie hiav.e boiight lite ex- s5c., 45 pairs Men's English CalffBalmorals at
leesivetv. and1 t hi-. season we wilt tbe able to $1e 25. 45 p)airs Men's Calf Congress at $1.25, 72
show youn tie most complete line in the stat e. |pair-s Men's I Kip Plows at 75c. Also,our line
of' Men 'and Ladies' Fine Gloves.
Millinery i Millinery !!
This dl'paurtment is a tnew. :mddit ion, oit1 we haive secured the services of an
art i-t ill thlis line. and we will mlake MIillills-ly onle oif the featwres of odr business
t his -' asont. Ourm grouil Opening will 1.e dly~ atnil'oIltced. Every lady in Columbia
:ml ft'e in terior of tile State sholtd se' cluri Millinerly Depalrtment before purchasing
their Spimtl ]at s. Mi1-s Summner's. of lBaltimor'i. will itav'i full charge of this de
patmienit. ''Ot' Stoek will consist of the La:te's Novelties in this line. A full line
of Butteriek's Pat terns. Spring Styli's, thti, w.eek. Ri-spectfully,
J.L.A irnnaugh &Co.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
__REE _____ ILLS
WD d A Remedy for all Diseases of the Liver, Eide
b0 h 0f88 C Sineys. Stomach and Bowels. A sitive
cuefor Dympe is, SIek H" &
Consti pation. se. one to two teaspoonfuls.
Genmucine Crab Orchard Salts in seated packages at 10 and 25 cts. No genuine salts sold In bulk.
CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO., Prop'rs. SIMoN N. JONES, Maager. IouIsle.Kr
IT ST ANDS A T TUE HEAD!I
-- THE LIGHT-RUNNING
This Cut shows the new style of Wood
* Work this Company isnow introducing.
WITHOUT A PEER
MEIANC CONSTRUCTION IT HAS
s. NO RItV AT.. The new line Attachment that
are now being placedwith each "Domestic"
are specialties. Noother machine has them.
'Thi'se A ttachments and the New Woodwork
maLke '-Domestic" more than ever without
qs't ion. TIlE A CKNOWLEDGED STAND
AW)l OF EXcELLE!,CE.
( , FOR SALE BY
TIIOM AS, BA RTON & KEY;~
- ~ AUGUSTA, GA. -
I Ageniar wanted in noccuppdtea*Oy
- DOMESTIcsaiWrNG MACHINE C0.,
MAIN STR2ET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
I am offering Groceries, Tobacco and
Cigars at the lowest prices that it is pos
sible for them to be sold at, and I would
call your attention more especially at
this season to our
And say that it will be toyour advantage
to send in your orders at once as good
Seed Potatoes are scarce and bound to
go higher. If in want of
We will take your orders and fill without
E. J. Brennen, Agt.
P. 0. Box 178, Columbia, S. C.
Farmers and Truckers
No more cotton caterpillars,
No more army worms,
No more cut worms,
No more tobacco worms,
No more potato bugs,
Bug, Worm and Insect
Within the reach of all, only
5 Cts. Per Pound
Perfectly Harmless, excepi
to Insect Life.
FL OXIRIF SLICATE
For the protection of cotton, potatoes
field erops, gardens, and all vines ani
It is the production of a well knowr
agricultural chemist, covered by letters
patent, and has met with the most grati
fying success in the New England States
superseding all others when used. I
is offered to the agriculturali4t, with th<
cnviction that it will meet a want long
felt, and that a trial will convince you o
its intrinsic merits. It is put up in 1, 5
10 and 25 pound bags and barrels an<
half barrels, with directions for use
Contracts can be made for large quanti
It kills the Colorado Beetle on pota
toes, the hard flea on melons, the sinal
lice, the cut worm, caterpillars on cotto1
and fruit trees, the 17-year locust, th
squash bug, tobatco worm and all insec
Money must be sent with order. Fe
sale in any quantity by
Z. J. Brennen
MVain Street, Columbia, S. C.
c Newberry, Lexington, Fi
jo.ee.lw, Sumter and Richlan
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Colunbia & Greenville Ralread
CoLUMBIA. S- C., July C 9,
On and after Sunday, July 19, 1 . e
dicated upon this road and its branche
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGEE.
Leave S. C. Junction 10.20 a m
i Columia , C. G. Depot 10.45 a m
Arrive Alston, - - - - 124z8u
" Hod es, - - 4..4 pma
Newberry, 1- - - -435 p m
Ninety-Six, D 2.
Hodges, 5 )i
Arrive Greenville. - -
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Greenville, -9.45 a
Arrive Belton, - - - 1 l pM
" Hodges, . 12ipn
Ninety-ix,D - - - 1.1 p m
" Newberry, - . - 3.02 p m
" Alston, - ,. p m
Arrive Columbia, C. &G. Depot - 5.16 p m
Arrive S. C. Junction. . . . . . 5.30 p to
SPARrANBURG, UNION & COLUMBIA RAILEOAD.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, . . - - 11.50 p to
Arrive Strother, 12. 37 p m
" Shelton, . 1.S p M
" Santuc, , - - - - 1.50 p m
Union, D - - - 2.37 p m
" Jonesville, - , - 3.3 p m
Arrive Spartanburg, S. U. C. D. 4.40 p n
R. D.) D. 4.50p m
No.52. DC% . SSENGEE.
LeaveSpartan burg,R.&D. H 1105am
" Spartanburg, S. U.& C. De
Arrive Jonesville, - - -
Union. D - - -
Santuc, 1-09 p
Shelton, - - 2' pm
Strother. - - 3.09 p m
Arrive at Alston. - . - 35 pm
]LUE RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDERSON
Leave Belton 4.15 p m
Arrive Anderson - - 4.47 p m
W Pendleton 525 p m
Leave Seneca S, 6.10 p m
Arrive Walhalla 6.33 p
Leave Walhalla, - - b.30 a m
Arrive Seneca C, - - 80 a m
" Pendleton, - 2.38 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.2 a m
Arrive at Belton. - - 10.57 a w
LeavelNewberry, - - - 3.25p m
Arrive Laurens C. H.. . . 6.30 P M
Leave Laurens C. H., - - S,e a M
Arrive Newberry, - - 11.10am
Leave Hodges. - - - 3.30 p m
Arrive at Abbeville. - - - 4.30 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 10.45 a M
Arrive at Hoges, - - - - 11.45 m
Close connection Is, now made at Seneca
with E.& D. R. E. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington fand all
points North thereof.
W Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad fom Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for.points in Western North Carolina.
C. 'With A. & C. Div. R. & D. R. E., from all
points South and West.
D. With A. & C.Div., R. & D. E. E., from At.
lanta and beyond.
E. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. EL, from all'
points South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the North.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanburg Railroad
H. With A. & C. Div.,. & D. R. E., from
Charlotte and beyond.
G. E. TALCOT, Superintendent.
D CiaDWsI.L, Ass't General Passenger Agt.,
Columbia. S. C.
ATLANTTIC COAST LINI_
PASSENqGER DEPARTMENT, 1
Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 15, 1885.
Charleston aid Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - - 7.20 a in
" Lanes, - - - S.34 aim
" Sumter. - - - 9.3$ a in
Arrive Columbia, - --- 10.40 a mn
" Winnsboro, - - 3.02 p m
" Chester, - ---- - 4.15 p rn
" Yorkville, --- 6.05 p mn
"Lancaster, - - 7.01 p m
" Rock Hill, - - 4.56p m
"Charlotte, N. C., - 6.05 p m
" Newberry, S. C., - 12 .48 pi L
"Greenwood, - - 2.42 .p rn
" Laurens, - - 6.30pm
" Anderson, - - 4.47 p m
"Greenville, - - 5.35 p mn
" Waihalla, - - 6.33 p in
" Abbeville, - - 4.30p m
" Spartanburg, - 4.40 p mn
"Hendersonville, N. C., 5.35 p in
Leave Hendersonville, N. C., 7.00 a mn
" Spartanburg, - - 11.05 a mn
"Abbeville, - - 10 45 a-m
4 Waihalla, - - 8.30 a mn
" Greenville, - - 9.45 a-rn
" Anderson, - - 10.22 a mn
" Laurens, - - 8.00 a mn
" Greenwood, - - 12.44 p m
" Newberry, - - 3.02p m
" Charlotte, N.C., - l2.50pm.
" Rock Hill, - - 1.56 pm
" Lancaster, - - 700 a mn
" Chester, - - 2.42p m
" Winnsboro, 3 348 p mn
" Columbia, - - 527 y m
Arrive Sumter, - - - 6.42pm m ~
" Lanes, - - - 745 p m
"Charleston, - - 9.10 p mn
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Special Bifi'et Cars attached to this
train. No extra charge for seat in these
cars to passengers holding First C1asai Is
J. F. DIVINE,-1
- General Superintendent. b
T. M. EMEESON,
General Passenger Agent. m
South Carolina Railway Company. Iril
OMME%CING SUNDAY, NOV. 29, 1885, at 1
I'6.05 A. M., Passenger- Trains will run as.
ollows, "Eastern time :"
TO AND FROM CHARLEsTON.
EAST (DAILY.) *.2
Depart Columbia at..7. aimn . p m
Due Charleston.. ........12.18p m 9 05p m
Depart Charleston...... 7.20 a in 5.10 p m
Due Colu;.abia............ .10.40 a.m 10W0 p mn
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT BUNDAY.)
Depart Columbia. .7.3'0 a m. 5.05 p m 5.27 p m
Due Camden.. 21.47 p m. 7.42 p m 7.42 pim
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
Depart Camden..6.50a m6.0am 3.15 pin
Due Columnbia.....9.l5 a m 10.40 a m 10.00 p mn
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia... ....... 527p m
Due Augusta.................. 10.30 p in
Depart Augusta...... 4.45 p m
Due Columbia........ 10.00 p m
Ms. 'atColumbia with Columibia.and Green
vi.. LafiRoad by train arriving at 10.00A.M.,
and departing at 5.27 P. M. A'. Columbia
Junction with Charlotte, Columbia and Au
gusta Rail Road by same train to and from
all points on both roads.
Passepiers by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York;
and on Tuesdays and Fridays with steamer
for Jaksonvillle and points on the St. John's -
River;also with Charleston and Savannah
Raroad to and from Savanna and all
pdintslin Florida. - S
At Augusta with Georgia and Central Crs
aro.ds tb and from all points West and -m
South. At Blackvlle to and from pointis on
Barwel1 Railroad. Through tickets can be 5.
purchased to all points South and West, by
nKs r?.mw_r- an aunad Tlcket Amtj