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Local and Special.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1886.
THIS PAPE rna'c= ll on fIIe at t3ea.
THIS. PAPER (o' *7CSewapaper
AdvertisingBureau(:OSpruceS,.). where advertlin
conatrts may rxe ma4t for I EN ZaEW YO
BAPTIST-Rev. C. P. Sc,tt, pastor.
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and
S p. In., next Siundav. Smudaay school
at 4:30 p. n.. Mr. J. B. (arwile. Super
intendent. Prayer mieetinr Wiednesday
LUTHERAN-iRev. A. B. :IeMiackin,
pastor. Preachin.g :.ext Suni<av by the
pastor, at 11 a. in. an'l 8 p. in. Sunday
school at 4:30 p. in., Mr. Geo. B. Croner.
Superintendent. Praer meetiig Wed
nesday at S p. In.
METHODIST-lev. 1H. F. Chrietzber,
pastor. Preaching by the pastor at il
a. m. and S p. in., next Sunday.
Sunday school at 4 p. in., Mr. John
W. Chapman. Superintende:,t. Prayer
neeting Wednesday at S p. In.
A. -R. PRESYTEItIAN-Pv. E. P.
3cClintock, pa-tor. S:"rvice next Sun
day by the pastor at 11 a. in. Sunday
school at 9:3t a. n., Mr. M. A. Carlisle,
Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wed
nlesday at s p. mn. 3Missionary
Society Wcdue-day at 3 p. in.. Mrs. C.
Mower, Pre-idlent. W. C. T. U. Tuies
day at 5:00 p. in., Mrs. C. Mower, Presi
EPISCOiAL-RCv. W. 11. H1anckel,
rector. Service by the rector every
third Sunday at 11 a. in. and 4:30 p. m.
Lay reading by 31r. N. B. 'Mazyck at
PRESBYTERIAN--NO pastor at present.
Sunday school at 5:00 p. m., Mr. W.
E. Pelham, Superintendent. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday at S p. m.
To Our Friends at Prosperity.
Leave your ord,,rs for the IE.ALD
ANP NEWS with MIr. Allen M. \Vyse at
the store of Wise Bro-., who is our au
thorized'agent at that place. tf.
Prosperity-A. M. Wyse.
Mt. Tabor-L. C. Boland.
Beth Eden-W. W. McMorries.
Ltopia-.Miss Mat tie Boyd.
Jalapa-W. C. Sli,h.
Longshore's-W. G. Peterson.
Mavhinton-B. II. Mavbin.
Jolly Street-Geo. Mills.
Gib-on's-B. F. MIcGraw.
Pomn ria-J. B. O'N. 11olloway.
Ice and lemons at Norman's,
Fine confect ionary at Normans,
Fine stationery at Norman's,
Fine jewelry at Norman' .
Musical instrument at Norman's,
Sheet mtusic at N orman'.s,
tf Prosperity, S. C.
I "A stitch in time save, nine,'' and a
bottle of Rlobert-on's Fever and Ague
Cure taken now will keep the system
clear of malar:a the whol1e 1.u:mmer, for
sale at hi= drug s'6re, oppo-ite the post
aBoots al shoes low dovii at
3-10-tf. J. S. IUssELL's.
Fi6hing Tackle at Ca-ton & HIunt's
Old Iron, taken from the jail cells, as
gid-uw o sale cheap by
Fresh G:irden beea n ion oeL ac
-1-27-t f. J- S. R UTSsELL'S.
Birthday Cards at Chanpmani's book
No remnt, no clerk hire enables me to
sell at bottom prices.
3-10-ti J. S. RIUSSELL.
Quinine. Comnpounid Cathartic Pills
and other Family 31edicinmesat
1-57--tf. J. S.RUSEL.
h von are a1way from!i the city emnelose
2-> eents in an envelope to your druggist,
andi( he~ will -cend yon a box of W ood's
Odontinle, post paid. I
You can get a baseball from 5 eits up
to $15 at C.aston & HLunt s. tf
Have von read "Benm-luir :' ,I not
von can~buy it at Cato & Hunt's.
Stationer~y, good. and at low price, at
Fime Cabb:ig' and T.Lurnips5 just re
ceived from N.YT., by .J. S. IUSSELL.
BasebmliP Bats. Bel:> and MIasks at
Cas=ton &1 Unnt's.
O\v hineii -iaraniteed to cure chills
and fi r by G. A. Norman. P'rosperitV.
roidery Pat,terns, Stamped. at
lnt. Robertsonl's Fever
- gi - ttle warranted
- ande thn --L' . ea'se of chills
tod er the sal3:e at h:is drug stor~e,
opposite the pos:olitce. t
A baitiii lne of Birthd:iy and Re
war Cad aC:tn hunt's. tf
20 pounds~ rie for 81
* HansomePhuoo andI Auto r ph Al
S bumts at chapmniLi~ .-7
* Pickle~ - andiiclIi bottles at
Fo c1 litera'unre go to Caston
Fo huneii they have not the book
& vo 'vsh they wiil det it for yon ini a
* few. days~ at 1i)il' mcs
FO%Chen Ara'5 n , &., at
* A 1:rg Siluly f g:m~ ware and
*clockeryL~ warie ebleal luSL
* ~A nw nd eait ftl lneof ha:ts :and
j~ne w an1~ ist reicived at the store
mofinersoot Ri-. & C'o-, Main street.
of aIr . pr- A- e 2 1 1 t till all orders in
Wiier and prearmi making,. and prom
njuer hanorwork will he done wvithi
nseatss dispatch. Thle ladies aure
cordially vitedt(Llan tXfli u
stock.- - -
fore- nezi i Wood's
\L"~ h ~ t wvould long
C e dX<,ivium: instea
O1~ .e - -''C - 3 centsa
ne e\ it obertson 's
DEATH OF SENATOR BOBO
(Special to the HERALD AND NEWS.)
COLUMBIA May 18th.
Senator Bobo died at his resi
dence in Spartanburg this morning
from injuries received by being
thrown from his buggy.
METHOIIST BISHOPS ELECTED
(Special to the HEaA.D AND NEWS.)
CorxMBI... S. C., May 19th, 1s56.
Rev. W. W. Duncan, South Carolina;
Rev. Charles B. Galloway, Mississippi
Rev. Eugene Russell Hendrix and Jo
seph H. Stanton, of Kentucky, have been
elected Bishops of the Methodi4t Church
Facts in Short Metre.
Merchants report a good trade on last
The Laurens merchants are closing at
Sp. m. now.
Greenwood has recently organized a
board of trade.
A regular trash mover and gully
washer last night.
About 200 feet of good seasoned plat.k
for sale cheap at this office.
Notice change of schedule in South
Carolina Railway this week.
A new edition of Pilgrim's Progress
is being published at Woodruff.
The thermometer is said to have crawl
ed up to 90 in the city last week.
The moon is just exactly right for the
lawn party at Capt. Wright's Fridiy
The South Carolina holiness Azso
ciation was in session in Anderson last
An Anderson weather prophet predicts
dry weather for the latter part of this
HERALD AND NEWS with 12 crowded
pages of supplement every week for
Our police, togged out in their new
uniform, make quite a handsome ap
Mr. Dick Chapman has finished the
I court house work, which is a big im
Notice the change in the time for
holding Sunday school at the head of
The gauge of the railroad will be
changed from the 5 foot to the standard
or 4 foot, 9 inch.
There will be a special term of Court
of Common Fleas held in this city on
Monday 31st inst.
Only seven miles of track to be laid
before the road from Laurens to Green
ville will be completed.
When all else is lost the future re
mains.-Ex. That is about the only 1
thing some people won'; lose.
The farmers were highly delighted
with the rain, as it came just in time to
save the oat crop from destruction.
Toby Dawkins says he only wants
about two minutes to snatch a man
bald headed with his little machine.
Mr. W. H. Hunt, Jr., will deliver an
essay at Reedy River Church on Friday t
before the 5th Sunday in this month.
A young cyclone passed over the city <
onSaturday afternoon, and it seems to<
~~en pretty general alover the,
~EWIS ve'yW E0.iIcpe are bound
to acknowledge a good thing when they
'The Montgomery Baptist Conventiont
did not: commit itself upon prohibition,
although it upheld the temperance
The "Mistletoe Dancing Club" gave
their first dance at the Newberry Hotel
last night, which was quite a pleasant
John Purcell, the boss man at D. C.
Flyn's dry goods house says he has
just got in another big lot of splendid
E. J. Brennen of Columbia, will sell
you one pound of Pr. Oxide of Silicates
for five cents which is sure death to cut
The ladies of the Methodist church
have postponed the lawn party until]
Friday night on account of the bad <
Never mind about getting your money
changed into dimes and nickles before
you go to the festival, as $5 bills wilil be
There will b)e no trains run over t.he
Columbia and Greenville road on tihe<
Sih of June, when the gauge is to be I
Who would have thouight it? i
years ago Miss Folsom, President Cleve
lads affianced, was a gum-chewing
At the railroad election held ini Huitts
township, Edgefield County last week
the votes east were 227 in favor of and
56 against the railroad.
Some people must forget about Abra
ham Lincoln issuing the emancipation
proclamation when they still talk about
putting wool On the free list.
We have received an attractive pre
mium list of awards of the State Agri
cultural and Mechanical Society, to be
held at Columbia, Augut 4th.]
The Woodruff Progress wants to em-i
ploy a first class liar. Very sorry wve
cannot accotimmlodate you brother, bit
there is not a one in Newvberry.
Since the passalge of the ordinanceI
proibiting the killing of squirrels with
in the coporate limits several of our
citizens have got squirrels about thleir
Mr. Chas. HaIler, of New York City t
has invented a folding baby carriage.
Sis nowv studying out an invention by
which lhe can fold babies tip when they
are not wanted.
We have received aln invitation to the
comnencetent of Gaston College at
Dallas, N. C., which takes p)lace on
27th and 28th inst. Rev. E. Rondthaler
will deliver the literary address.
We welcome to our exchange list the
Woodruftf Progress, by Messrs. Gregory
& HIarris, S. M. Pilgrim, editor. It is a
typogaphical success and we sincerely
hope it will prove a linancial success.
A music leaf turner has been patented
by Mr. Louis L. White, of Portlhod,
Oregon. Now what is a fellow gigto
do 'for an excuise to stand close to his
best girl while she is playing on the
Somec of the wise men of Boston have
organized a society and appointed a
special committee to investigate haunt~
ed houses. They invite communications,
from anmy one having had any experience
in these ghostly matters.
The satcrament of the Lord's supper
wvill be dispensed in the Thompson
street church next Sabbath morning.
Preaching preparatory to this service
wvill begin Friday night. Rev. R. F.
Bradley, of Abbeville, will be present
with t'he pastor and do the preachingi
throughout this meeting.
You are not ol, yet your hair is getting thin.
Your friends remark'it, your wife regrets it.
Parker's Hair Balsam will stop this waste,
~ave your hair and restore the original gloss
and color. Excepitionlly clean, prevents
andrff a perfect dressing. 4-21-1m
The New Jail 0Cell.
In company with our (opl ultr sheriff
we paid : vi-it to the jail on list Mor
day and cxainned the celis, which iav
just been put in. There are four1 :
them, and thev ar, pitieed on the thir.
1loor of tile Jail at a co-t of -1.",M).'
each, by a Phil pi thin. Tiey art
made of iron throughout, two '1 tll-:
on l e:ll -ile of a narlowl(: p-a1nr w:iv
ill whici i- :1 (ollplete arr:1n:it-iei' fo
water, which i; drawni fr(:n a tanlk (It
the 101). Each cell hia; f:t!" bn::kl. ,c
that thi v cat :cCo1111lolate -ixte(in pr.
soils. 1ite celli te b(lt(d ti lt-he (nt
side by two levers. each lever b)ing:
the two doors on its .ie: the lever- mre
inclosed inl irou b)oxe; and l(((ke'I wit i
combination lock-. BesideC thi-:. cach
cell has a lock, so that bv nlcking this
look first, then working the l-ver fr((m1
thei out-ide, the jailer can It the pri
oner into the pas-age witli it coning in
contact with him. The cells have not
yet been received y lie County Coin
mi,sioner , but suippoe they will be at
their next mietilig. as they w%ill no
doubt giv"e sati;factioni.
The union meeting of the -t Ii section
of Reedy River As-ociation will meet at
Enoree Baptist Church on Friday before
ti' 5th Sunday in 'May. at 11 o'clock a.
in. Introductory ermnen by J. 1). Hi
gins; ni-sioiary sermon by C. P. Scott;
sermon on church discipline by W. J.
Langston. Exegcsis on James, 2:17. by
J. 'N. Kinard; Essay by W. H1. IItnt, Jr.,
continued essay on State 3issiol by .1.
Y. Duncan; es-ay on Clititi:i Courtesy,
by J. D. IIuggins.
Query No. 1.-olw caln we best in
rease the spirit of benCvoletce in otr
churches? By E. L. Clark.
Query No. ".-What is the be't
method of conduetini the ' praetr-m1eet
ig? By J. W. Scott.
Query No. 3.-What are the evicuiecs
f conversion ? By J. C. Stewart.
ril)ute of ite%pee.
At the Baptist convention held in
Montgomery, Ala.. the Board of IIome
Missions paid the following beatit ifuil
tribute to the Rev. Luther Broaddu=.
late pastor of the Baptist Cihurch of this
-t: - "During the year one of the Vice
Presidents of the Board, Brother Luther
Broaddus, or South Carolina. was called
to his heavenly 1t)n. Cultured, gifted.
-onsecrated to his Master's work, loved
is widely as lie was known, strong and
yet sweet spirited, the many, many tears
shed by his peoplc on the hallowed spot
where he sleeps in Jesu-, testify alike of
fis worth and their loss. We assign no
inferior place to him among our hion
)red dead, and cherish the hope of meet
ug him again when the conflict is end
,d and we gather at the marriage supper
)f the Lamb."
f Interest to Q.veli ts.
Decidedly unique and original is the
ittle cycling scralp-book inst i:sued by
he Pope Mfg. Co. of Boston, Iass.
L pon the covers are fac-similes of the
,overs or front pages of thirty-seven of
he leading American p lublications, and
nside are between two and three h1un
lred newspaper and maigazine clippings
mid quotations from prominent p er"s(n
iges pe lta ilitg to the hygien ic, busines;
tud pleasurable advantages of eycling.
By an arrangement of tint and type, the
elections have the alipearailce of genu
ne pasted citps, which maikes the
)ook worth pss:ssilg as a curiosity, as
veil as for the really valuable inform:i
:ion it contains. The book will be ent
ipoin request free by mail. uipoin receit
>f sta'mp, to any onei. inlt erestedh in
Fhe by psy EncampmenIIi!it.
Thme novel eniterttainmenCt givein by the
adies of the Episcopal Church on latt
'hursday night was at big sucess. 31c
ulugrin's hall was beatutiftlly deco
ated with Ilowers and evergreens. anid
he gypsy tents and Iimte scatteredl about
ere qumite picturesque. The gypsy
,aiters were dr'essed in red, which, withI
he green background. set them off to
idvantage andi madle them perfectly in
esistible. The gypsy pudding was
sept int a stew aill the evening, its wvell
is he fellow who took a slice of it, as lie
oldni't tell what lie was going to draw.
vheter it would be a batby or' a piece of
hewigguim. T1hie fortune tellers also
rove a thiriviing buiness. A lunch
vas ser'ved on Frniday mlorninig, and
tbout $75 was cleared.
I Predict ion.
Wye may not be "ai prlopheit. orthie son
f a p)rop)het,"' but we prediict all the
ame that thme p)oint whlere the~ Autgusta,
ulgfield and Newberry Rtiliroad' will
~ross the Greenville, Ninety-Six andi
rohnson Railroad-about equidistant
romt Edgdlield C. H., Ninety-Six and
rohnsoi-will speedily dlevelot) into at
oiurishing town. oneC of thic most pros
eroius anid popunloius ini western Carm
inn. AndI the time may i'ome wvhen
aid town will merge into at Couirt IIouls'
entre as well ats a comrnncial mart of
>rominentce. Watch for lthi early' birth
f this embryo cityv-N/i&nd "is its
lamel--and( buy your buiding lots
vithout delay. MIark our1 prei'citioni,
mdt take our advice, anid be happy :
~oow, in Erlgficil'l A 'lcertis~er.
!ineral Waters! SModa Wter!
Natural mine".,1 wvamr direct fromi the
pigs 0on drautghit et Pelham'sfl soda
ountain. These waters aire drawn
broughi a costly :md niecessaily line
oda fountain, arr:migedl and butilt so as
o avoid any and every cbance of meital
ic conttami'naltionl, es'soda autl miiinera~I
;ters cani bie oily good whien so draiwin,
verbodly should drin:k earlyv and often
if Gle'nn Spinigs, D)eep Rock. Viehy
romt Saratoga and other' pure watters at
oge MehooI Exh2ibit ion.
The IIoge school gave an exhiibitiion
t Fowies' war'e house oin last Thur isday
iight. About lift y of thei pupl.ils took
art iin the exercises, andi some of lie
'ecitations wire really g(od. Carr11art
inin withi his sItri ng banrd furn'ilshied sonie
he music, and the singing was5 spleni
lidi. V. B. W~est, the' ethliit pincipahl
leserves a great deail of credit for th
nanner ini which he ha:s condii't'i thte
(c1100 and the exercises on Thiir,d:iy
ight. __ _ _ _ _ _
Mir. L. C. MIoore as aget fior Messr-.
oik aind Lowrance,' Cohnniia , S. C.
>tfers for sale att M1iybintoen S. C. in
[note 1-it,160 a valuable ste:an ingin'.
oilr', pulleys. shititng, eot t oun git and
-ontdeier', cotton pre.,.,es, eorn iiill,
mit matchine etc. et'. Re: il atdveritise
nuit in anlotherI coultuinn atnd go atnd see
f there is not a ba rgaitn in it f r you.
L'his is the seausoni for enigines atol co:
0,n gining will be tile order a little
a (andidate f'or (o:igress ini the
We tire informed that our old frieiid.
rapt. .J. N. Lipscombh. will be a candi
late for Congress in his Congressinal
)istit. We hope lhe will be, and hope
ie will he ntominated anld elected. lie
-ings with the twang of the tr'ue muittl,
mt would titly repr'esent his district.
ilk $hakes Milk Nhiakes !
There is scarcely an y suimmeri drink
ffered anywher'e,'that~ean excel miilk
*haes, to ~be fotnd only at Pelham's
ola founitaiin. Coiiruo-ed of pure,'' fresh
md rich mnil k, delighitfully ilavored antd
et, it qutiehies thirst, cool-: off, and
ffords real inurishmnent during the
lebilitating weatheri of summner. It
"E"'-v bottle of Htughes 'Tonic has given
erfec. 'sfaction. not a failure has been re
otted. i reconmmend it as a certain, sale and
;pedy cure for Chis and Fever." Rt. 1B.
Tt V .N1 A :L: .'1 c-.
.,hie! .udtlown , .: ','w "} .r;1-:-: . u iu...
: if: : ta at -~ :rt i ii -ii n ..:
."1: -e::raa -ir:: r r.,:d. :! _
T h p',1 j:tr" (f l (iO lo t (4f 1111- 1.r".110
wa,1. I.l hu - til \ i - al 1 0--T ii1l'
l':ll'i\'.lil te :lr t h :li
lit y clflt1 .:-- ng f r...I -ad -
of C IaeiC t ie re,ial(nt to I:It-r t(i
:the Coutlil(r 1 nro :itl I1:uliwt. i1r. Ii. - .
3I1,-cl\y. ltnatlr li.,h :u-i Mir. L.. C'.
i l::. Tlim party rrived"('(1 i ('11umi-I
ISliti.e - ::1 1 thi 1: . a i'.-" w'i1" I:11- tttr'1:
eCth i -1e:i th ha :t ri.b enub t forvt
1r. I)t(_ar:deh-1 . w\r - :1 .-ktd h1i1
aipre :l ru o ,it " pn"jt d. h m11: l i- he
in wll ph-ae t.tI awil i:. I " -:i y- th1::t
the hI: - of th1 r1:1 will run lp n t r
ner ti :h rid g ie lt- lt w: , 1- tl w:.ir
i1ed- f1 alling tin n hh- tltt to rt:11
l,ier :.1( ti le o ter t11 t1h " Salull :.
Thert' i- no olh,ta.n i li"rtI ni-tit,nint
on thatt rut) :u:1 th glril ing hwill (11
1r. I t ra,in e nt on to .:IV tl-:t
tlhe Cotlltr\" t:";\er-1"(l in Ill ,d ril to-"hty
5i (rlle 0 t 1 A. the "ill 1ttal t ro =lg ' 1(t
ill :h e )tat', tha: i:, .arin r i nt Inotltl
of t:lu tinit,i. Oht peo111e1 art all b is,
atislied ::11d thriity.. :t11 with plenty o
Chilt ren all ul lloifti talth. The. cn-in
e('r c"1n1=i1er- Ili(- E1: l a1 - the mit1- favCor
abe for -rap. t lie lltir'. The oio. at1a
ver. aine sedtion of i inntppe tie1riht.
ad al-o line oak and hitk"ai timbher.
The other menhers of he :ty ex
pre"e n th tles erlily as plea= dt
th t i -' pro-pi : ti - h e nt) int 'er. T1:
111ely" w\oodIe1l t'44 :ry a1ttract'"" ti1l- at
tenltlron 1f :.1t. 1 1h" in !1 1' are -1pokd n of
a< rich :1n1 00 ta i 7he el. l itrouy :tit
=elf-1u,t1 inin i. I nli - 1xington For k,
through wilc the r;:,a il m t he N'1 t1 t,.th re
are (.0 inlhabit:In , ais, : lt :u \ it il Iret
fourthi of theil :t'e . T wi Tl\\ nhip
No.:, iln Neb'herrV Conty,1 is ra:nly to
voUtt a tax of :.,Oll tt, graI( i :11( 1:y.
the ties on ninw tnilt': of i11i- rt.:(d 11r1n
PieroiitIy to the Lxingttn line. Six
thousan(d (iilars monre has b n rai d
th're Ib wubWcription. TeI ttow"nshlip,,
il LeXilltol e moving to lvy Sillui
i1r tax to -raw, the ro..d1 through ti1
F ortk.- .' t. C. in r!ts ami e o ri,
Wt. are glad to in: t:It thlei fr'ie:. (of
th1e Cotltinbia, \t'whlerr\ aut(1 L:uilei1s
Railroadl are m1ov'inl 0on Sice;flly
withi this valuable ('nterj)rIS1. :1111 w\e
believe that tiw roa: will be built. It an
early day. The light ame :ant te right
road have taken11 to11 d of it. and we arte
contide'ntthat they will carry it tllrough.
The three town-hips of Lexington
County through .hich it is prposed to
build the road, retur. re'al a.1 lero:d
propert as follows : Broad River, ?2S2,
35=10 Fork e2iit,9t):.I:; So1luda: Nl19.
040.0. Total 4 , :i0.ni. N ari r :; ,f
a milliotn, and tif does not inlud. tile
railroad property in Broad River tow1
ship. So You will see that th es-ire tpe
aret able to blid a broad a.I ge tem
Se!ve("s if the\" w\ant it, i t the Southt
Car(lina Rai'ro:al as evi1detntly rea:ly\ to
help) t.he. a is shown by thte inte 't-1
manifeted by e ding out their en,,iu'er
to inpect he1 route. T friei l of the
'Narrow Gauge a1 lt ttetr hurry n. or
theg will i :a Broad Gang i<11in1 for
(1 'at) Nwt'erry be fore thte get Wll
utnder ia. An( rt"teember that 111
engin('(r says that $_'1.ut t will t-i
grate and it ti' n the Broad G;:m.ge
lfrom p ill plrity to tn.hLexintg;ton litn(.
b.y Wi. and Meiiestiated 31.t A. Ca,i000
I HI il e e s lii for grade :l ti thefof
road, lefrtom l~uf Prseill toecg Ntwerr: C
H. heotal tax iell and 1 tucitio to4 i
cofr i IrCm th (L i ion lie ltoi tew
ber,a dsn of tilifteen(i ils, illh
therer not tiec-it (4lit ad il
w wat. Yeont, ei reake:ts.h
scrie$5.000to bu-ild Narro tt ange
intoIalda city ldsit othewel,asth
roads haret alt changing thl 'orga le,toi
ask 3Ir. 31. 13 ti t ie uswha -tmrd
gag for1 ii thtill.y IIet*.1 l oh atb
hableI to- for
( -.eec oth. 11'R.o s:11 a lP. t-.rche
[Tih:.Ie olinguiii was receire too lnate
tltmrcity tiof tewbhry CounIty, ahom
me- etatig' Creekhi iihiurchal (at 10
o'clockl. if fn :ttray hiefirei the
Sub.iec:sto beg dri.tcust :t 1. Wht- far
501n0 - ofn the-flemeti oayfrongt charn
tel y l Op ey E.tI P. hale1l Jr.
fu. the wm ar o ascn h .
P. huche ofV l~Nhewberry Co.unt to
Ni-wenry alodlar a. C.llon. ttt ~
ca.iWht aire smo t he n-its ow
inveiusaof Sabb:eh tintlwr?3.A
Cro-ise nde.J E.laul Cai--u:w v ll. .tC
4.ie Wha it lttii ut iof ct-i-hattnom
aniower:ind T.11I Ciihlmer. tl-2ti .
M5. .IIow shll we- promotei te pirtroft
by W.r. 3eLaudies 3: an 31.it. arlitl
cers. lThe ph: a ul deegtion.t t I
Oeact of the , Ro I. P. rhe nrti.
euty, thogtherwith 0ive Apri deleateh
fomea of sftherchirchei, appointedpb
N::;re has now tiuished dressing her
"lIf i:n rob of green. We have a land
h.:u if:tl and productiv e, and an Indian
:i:l in or midi.-t wi:Ch xi dug into
'w ould \ il her 1("t millions. Thle gerani
ti- :ti tl(wer,-. ihrubs and trees are
!li:,intg f,rtii their fragrance on all
f:ir i:"r- are as busy a- busy
':0: h 1phantting con11 ad cotton. Some t
corn i- up anil growing finely. wheat 1
:::1 t::t- ar, loxising verv well.
W 1 ler- ti a day a short tine -ince with
ne of olr vollug and(] most successful
i:tmers. Mr. R. S. Boazmtanl. and he
-howied ts a large field that lie had sow
(d in o:ts :,(1 that had all turned out
its b,e .h,-at. It i- knee high and Mr.
BPx:?zlm:m is very well satistied as it is a
.-plendil p:sltire and as lie h:Z seveial
line colt: it saves his feeding them much
We have some very enterprising young I
men in (ii city. There is Billy R. Reid
who has jist completed a handsome
rromu nli d is niow having it neatly t
painttel. When completed it will be an 1
orlnalit -lit to our city.
Mr. 1. P. I}ill i; commencing the I
er-n-oin of :t landlomne residence. We (
+1::'t know, but expect lie is lixing to r
( Me:t Mrs. II.. as he is minus a better
Mr. .1. l. Seirry Contemplates build- c
in soxn, iand M\1:r". IR. S. Boaznan and '
W. R. Smith have Jist completed two of
the litsom1est residences in the county.
We tuderst and that our sister town of
Vaughiusvile iihas i candidate for legis
lative hionio1rs. We have sonic good po
litie:il timber ourselves. We have a e
=n,: ion to make to the county de- 1
mi<eracy. If neither of t} applicants to e
Congress is successful let the democracy r
,eltr' four years hence on one man, have r
butt one candidate from this county and
let tat man be Sampson Pope, Esq., t
and I have not the least doubt but what t
Newb:'rry" will have a representative in 1;
Congrec-. I think if South Carolina t
ows any man in the State a debt it is
him. With his intellect, fair minded- r
ness and devotion to the party South 1
Carolina should feel honored with such
Honor and humble Pie.
On t wo occasions within the past three
w eks the people of South Carolina have
been :ldressed by their representatives t
in Conigress upon questions of great pub
lie interest and importanee. ''hie letter r
of (on,re-smnt:u Tillha to the chairman
of the txeiutive committee of the Free
Tr:ale _s:oci:;tionl of South Carolina was t
phlished io April '7th. The address
of S,"nator Butler before the survivors of t
ihe Cimirlestont Light Dragoons was pub- f
lished list Tuesday. In both the letter
and the ad Iress there are allusions to s
the pre-sent relations of the Southern r
e1ople to their fellow-citizens in the i
National t.ui-m, and the duty they owe s
to themsilves and to their comnon coun
try. D)ifferent lines of thought aind
se~ntiimexnt xare presetd by the Conx
Zir-essmani and Seniator respectively, and
it is inte-resting to note the difference in
cONGx nxESSMA N TILLMANTS LETTER.
I must1 he pairdonied for expressing the
opinioni that it is exceedingly unwise in
Sou1th Cxaroliina, either by a State as soci- 1
ato,o yleading individuals, at this
tim' to be conspicuiously clamioriing fort
xnv kind of r'eformn ini Federal taxation
t5' Federal legislxation.
Evenithe)appearance of attempting
lx-xxler-hiip by South Carolinxa ini national
affirsi will be resented by both North
andt Somi hi. Polities is very anxalogous to
war-iin fxact, it is nimie watr; and justt
axs the best soldiers (10 not like to followt
a de-feate-d gene-ral into bxattle a second
timhe, so1 thel tconqiutered South has hadt
enouighx of South Carolinxa generalship)
for somec tiimex to come. It has not been[
loing sincie our State was the recognized
leaidtr of both the South and the Na
t iona Il )emocraxtic party, anid that lead
erci iip ended2i iin war, defeat and ruin.
Sha ll we of! the Pailmetto State always
he elf-ixltrous Bourbons, never for
ett inx, never learning xanything?
Then wh y oppose the inevitable? It 1
is a true 1now xas it ever was that who
ever spits aigaxist the wiind spits in his 3
on~ a face: andt considering that South
C:arinia's poliey heed to the wxar which
frcell thie government to conitract a
debt of niearilyi three thousantd million
douxlars, the paxymenit of the interest and
prine(ili of which, together with pro
vihixng for currenxt expenses and pen
510on5, requiires ani annual revenue of 1
iiexarly three hiunidredt million dollars, xs
it hieeomingi in South Carolina to prate
abhoumt free trade? * * * * *C
itIence is there is probably no way to
vt rid of ai protective txaritY for a gene
ratio lotr mxore, whly shiotuld we whine in
iimpotenut rage or make mouths at our
-IENA [TR U'TLER'S ADDRESS.
I ha-ve somnetimes5 thought. ivwould ~
hiave been better if we cout- 1iave been
xinubiered with the "D'1 )2 on the field
ttf bxattlte' thanix survived the cause we
hel so dear, bitt am adlmonished of the 3
imiproprie!y of such a thought. We
mtii haxvie b>een perittedl to survive for
somie good purpoP0e. If we use that sur- i
vial fir the good xanid honor a.d glory
of thaxt country for whuichx we fought, we
shaxll at least haxve credit for being wor
thy btrothers of our dead comrades.
The d tigity of that courage which over
comles the huiimilixation of defeat, without
dislttmor' or loss of self-r-spect, is higher
mxl hgrandlter than that which carries the
sldier into the "deadly breach."
T ho e of ius who wvere less consp)icu
oui- in dhe zrexit cotlict have a p)riceless
texamle in the self-respecting dignity
aIn hetroie' fortitude of the two great I
iiiwi who represeinteid the civil and mnili
inry hi'ads of the Confederate Govern
men tt -JelTer-on Daxvis aind Robert E.
Lee Cowardly malignity and petty
sp~it e mayt aittenmpt to iimpair thme symn- i
mtry I of their illustrious chxaraicters, but
Ix he "will live in the hearts of their
coi'ntrymnixi" as xamfong the besttypes of
Amican ( i statesmant anid soldier the
ontyhaevr rodced. Thy il
frterhigii, incorruptible qualities,I
when-t their t raduicers and their traducers'
idolds will be- remembered onxly for the
pi-rversity of their revenge amid tunrea
soableness of their hatred.
So, my friendhs anxd cotmrxides and
bre hireni of thex battle field, bivouac and
cxamp. checrishing all thxit is noble and
lmn ius andl chxiritatble in our fellow
conitrymnen on both sides of the grexat
t ruggle. hoinorixxg the brxive xand true
wh:eee wl e may:x melet or lindh thiem. let
i- draw the x veih (if forgetfulness and ob
livilon het wu -cx andxi all thaxt is mean or e
I ordhi ttr cowardly. x
Both Mr. Tiilbnxan and G;en. Butler are si
fromn I E.liold Counxty. Both were
e-etedl to represent South Carolina in
thie C ongrests of tIle United States.
Whixlh of thie two represenlts thie seiiti
imenxt otf thle peoiple of their nxativeC counity
adh State:- t
It is woithi remembering that nobotdy enjoys
te nicnat suxrrouinfxlgs if in bad'health. P
There are miiser-able peCople about to-day with al
one fot in tie grave, to whom a bottle of f(
Prker's Tonic would (do more good than all
the doctors ai ndeiiies they hav ever
Call for an Election.
VIHE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMIESTONEI:S.
A majority of the owners of real es
:ate of township No. 1, or Newborry
:own-hip. in the said county. having
nade written application to the Board
)f County Commissioners for the said
:ounty to order ant election to deter
nine whether or not there shall be sub
cribed on the part of the said township
he stun of forty thousand dollars in
)onds. to the capital stock of the Augusta,
Edge1ield ahd Newberry Railroad Com
)any, under the eondition> hereinafter
tamed, it is ordered.
That an election by ballot be held at
Kewberry Court House, on Thursday.
he 27th day of May instant from (7)
even o'clock in the forenoon till (G) six
>'clock in. the afternoon to.determi:nc
vhether there shall be subscribed by
lie County Commissioners of the said
ounty. in behalf of said towniship No.
or Newberry township, to the capital
tock of the said Railroad Company.
he sum of forty thousand dollars in
)onds payable in twenty years from
heir date, with interest at the rate
)f seven per centum per annum.
)avable annually. The said subscrip
ion, if made, shall bemade upon
he following conditions set forth in
lie said written petition, to wit: 1 t
hat the length of the line of the said
ailroad from Saluda river to Newberry
,ourt house, shall not exceed twelve
niles; 2nd. That township No. 8, or
1endenhall's township, of the said
ounty, shall subscribe not less than
en thousand dollars to the capital stock
f the said Railroad Company; 3rd.
:hat the subscription of said towVnshipj
ro. I shall not be used in the construe
ion of any part of the said Railroad
rest of Saluda river. until the line from
vewberry Court Houe to Saluda river
hall have been graded and made ready
or the. laying of crossties and stringers.
J. Wistar Gary, John Raven Math
wes and Christopher C. McWhirter are
ereby appointed managers to hold said
A like written application having been
aade by a majority of the owners of
cal estate in township No. S, or Men
lenhall's township, in the said county,
o the Board of County Commissioners
or the said county to order an election
o determine whether or not there shall
e subscribed on the part of the said
ownship the sum of ten thousand dol
irs in bonds, to the capital stock of the
Lugusta, Edgelield and Newberry Rail
oad Company under the conditions
ereinafter named, it is ordered.
That aui election by ballot be held at
)ead Fait, in the said township No. 8,
'n Thursday,the 27th day of May instant,
rom (7) seven o'clock in the forenoon
ill (6) six o'clock in the afternoon to de
ermine whether there shall be sub
cribed by the County Commissioners
f the said county, in behalf of said
ownship No. S, or Mendenhall's town
hip. to the capital sto(k of the said Rail
oad Company, the sum of ten thousand
lollars in bonds, payable in twenty
ears from their dat, with interest at
he rate of seven per cetntnum per annutm
ayable annually. The said subscrip
ion, if made, shall be made upon the
ollowing conditions set forth in the said
rritten application, to-wit: That the
aid Railroad shall cross the Saluda
iver at some point between Bouknight's
erry and Kinard's Ferry, and that it
hall pass thence by the most direct,
racticable route through township No.
to the Town of Newberry.
James R. Davidson, John C. Goggans
nd Latimner W. Long are thereby ap
ointed managers to hold the said eec
The ballots cast at these elections
hall have written or prinited on them
ither the word "Subscription," or the
ords "No Subscription," the former
eing used to dlesignate time voters de
re that such subscription be made, and
le latter words being used to ex
ress the voter's opposition to such sub
It is further ordered that this order be
ublished in thme Observer aiid the lHER
ELD AND NEWS two newspapers pub
shed in the Townm of Newvberry for
bre weekly insertions next previous to
he week of~the said elelet ion.
Witness our hands and seal of office
his 4th day of MaLy, A. D. 188G.
A. J. LiviNGsTON, Chairman.
L. s. E. C. LONGSItORE.
J. A. CROMER.
Co. Comn. for Ncwberry Co.
Attest: Jas. K. P. GoGc.ANs, Clerk.
Desim able plans! eheap rates!! safet y!
'ersons5 desiring insurance upon their
ives at a cost as low as is complatible
vith safety may save money by consult
ng with the undersigned.
$2 have carried 83,00 for twvo years.
A. P. P'IFE R, Agent.
LOURS, 55 GRAIN.
[EATS, . FLOURS
LOUS, . GRAIN,
tEATS. 2 FLOURs,
RAIN, .I'2 0 MEATS.
SE RAIN. AS
EATS, C FLOURS,
~RAIN, aj i* MEA~TS,
EATS, ~ c FLOURS,
C. D. LOWNDES,
L MARKET, STALL NO. 10,
NEWVBERR~Y, N, C.,
Dealer in Fresh Fish and Vegetables.
iad a specialty. Country orders so
icited. Address, Newberry, S. C., or
>.0O. Box 352, Columbia, S. C. 3-24-3m
Ice Cream at the Newberrv Ice IIouse
very day, Sundays excepted, from inl
. . to 10 p. m. Families supplied at
bmort notice on reasonable terms.
In abundance; sufficient to supply the
>wn and the surrounding country. Ice
:ouse openf every (lay from 0 a. mn. to 10
.m.; Sundays from 9 a. m. to 10 a. m..
'id from 6 p. mn. to 7 p. m. Ice ticket
>r sale. Terms cash..
W. II. HUNT, Agt.
To Buyers of Lawns
Til Wee!Tlsek l Wee!
You shall see this Lawn and that Lawn and any Lawn
and Lawn after Lawn, and all the Lawns if you like.
Where in the whole country can the buyer have so good,
Where in the whole cou':try are prices so low as at
Ben. H. Cline's
WINTER IS OVER
And now is the time for purchasers that buy for cash to get bargains. During
the next 30 days I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Trunks, &c.,
Rogardlc=s of cost, to make room for the New Goods that I expect to buy in New
York during the latter part of the next month.
I do not want to quote prices now, but an examination of the goods and prices
will convince any person that we will do just what we advertise. If you want to
save money call at the
LEADER OF LOW PRICES,
D. C. FLYNN
148 MAIN STREET,
Won de 9 +92 se affered this spring in fresh
selected Ci2 os*4 -o og manufacture, correct styles,
ad guarant 25l n garments ever offered in any
My stock ofo .r atd FELT AND STRAW HATS is large
andl fresh, up to the latest styles and at lowest possible prices.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in the greatest variety,
sonsisting of all the latest shapes in celebrated CUFFS AND
COLLARS, in Linen and Paper, at sacrifice prices.
TRUNKS AND VALISES will be offered this season at
manufacturers' prices, having bought very largely - in that
line of goods for cash at bottom prices, 1 will give the benefit
t my trade wvho will favor me with their call or order.
In view of the hard times I have determined to sell choice
DIAGONAL, CORKSCREWS, BROAD)TAILS SUITS
at such low prices as will astonish any purchaser in that Jine.
My CASSIME RE SUITS are of the corset fittings, in every
variety, at the cheapest possible prices.
My Stock of Light Weight Clothes in SEERSUCKER,
ALPACCAS, DRABDETARS and LINEN SUITINGS
of every nature is of the largest variety at correspondingly
My YOUTHS' BOYS' and CHILDRENS' CLOTHING.
is siply too large to give any fair description of their styles,
qualities cr prices. These goods will be offered, beyond any
doubt of the most skeptical minids, at sacrificed prices. I will
knock competition into the shade.
My stock consists of all the varieties of Diagonals, Cassi
meres, Seersuckers, Linens and Alapaccas in suits or in
singele piece goods, for which no one in want in these times
ned try any further, but send me your order or call when you
re in the city of Columbia and get your cheapest-bargains at
Philip Epstiu' s
148 Main Street, Columbia, S. C.