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Local and Special.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1886
T IS PAPER ma bo found on fIeatGeo.
AdvertsingDureau(OSpruceSta. where advertsing
contracta may be made for it J.I iEW YOR.
Church Nol ees.
BAPT JT-r,v. C. P. Scott, pastor.
Preacin:g by the pastor at 11 a. in. and
S p. :n.. ne:t Siday. Sunday school
at 4:30 p. i.. Mr. J. B. Carwile, Super
int,ndent. Prayer meeting Wednesday
at S p. m.
LUTItERAN-R'v. A. B. Me3Iackin,
pastor. Preaching next Snlay by the
pastor, at 11 a. i. and S p. n. Sunday
school at 4:30 p. In.. Mr. Geo. B. Cromer.
Superintendent. Prayer mtetinr Wed
nesday at S p. in.
3IETHOD1 .-Rev. H. F. Chrietzberg.
pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11
a. Im. and S p. m., next Sunday.
Sunday school at 4 p. in., 3r. John
W. Chapman, Superintende:1t. Prayer
mueeting Wednesday at S p. in.
A. R. P1ES Y TEIAN--ReV. E. P.
3lcClintock, pastor. Service next Sun
day by the pastor at 1 a. m. Sunday
school at 9:3,' a. m.. 3r. M. A. Carlisle,
Superintendent. Prayer meetin g Wed
nesday at S p. n. Missionary
Society Wednesday at 3 p. m.. 3Ir. C.
'Mower, Prcident. W. C. T. U. Tues
(lay at 5:00 p. n.. Mrs. C. 3Iower, Presi
EiScoi'AL-Rev. W. H. HIanekel,
rector. Service by the rector every
third Sunday at 11 a. in. and 4:30 p. In.
Lay reading by Mr. N. B. Mazyck at
71 a. m.
PRESBYTEIIAN--No pa:tor at present.
Siundrar school at 5:00 p. in., 31r. W.
F. Pelham, Superinten'lent. Prayer
mteeting every Wedtne-day at S p. m1.
To Cur Friends at Prosperity.
Leave your ord.rs for the HERALD
AND NI:N%s with Mr. Allen 31. Wyse at
the store of Wise Bro-., who is our au
thorized agent at that place. tf.
Prosiperity-A. M. Wyse.
It. Tabor-L. C. Boland.
B,"tlh Eden-V. W. 31e3orri'.
Ltopi;.-31is 3lat ti. Boyd.
Jalapa-W. C. 4li;rb.
Lengsliore's-W. G. Petersol.
3Iayhinton-B. H. Mavbin.
Jolly Street-Geo. Mi1'.
Gib=on'.-B. F. IcGraw.
Pomaia-J. B. O'N. Iolloway.
New straw hatz just received and for
sale at bottom prices by J. 5. Russell.
"A stitch in timi s:ves :iine," and a
bottle of Robertson's Fever and Agile
Cure taken now will keen the system
clear of malaria the whole -unmner, for
sale, at his dIrg Store, opposite the post
otlee. _ -_ ti
Boots and shw' low (own at
3-10-t . J. S. RUSS:LL'S.
Fi-hi:g Tackle at Cas!on & lunt's
Old Iron. taken from the jail cells, :s
good as new, ior .ale eh'-ap by
3-:4- f. J. S. RUSSELL.
For bila: books. pocket books or anyi
kind of bock e.all on Caston & Hunt. J
Birth.iay ''ard!s at Chapmn's booki
no clek hir enbles me to
Q uinine. Comp'ound Cv. hartie Pills
and other Family 3Iedicines at
1-57--t f. ~ J. S. R UsSEL L'S. (
Y7ou can get a b1eball from 5i cet up
to 31..(0 a: Caston &X Iltunt's. tf
I kn.ow. of no0 toovth pr1parat ion SO e.f
iecious for clean:':g an,d p.rese:vingz thec
eeth as Wood's Odontine.
Ti-os. T. 3M001l:, Dent al Surgeon.
25 ii:s. a Il x, :It Cotild & Lyons',
1lobrt-(: '-. Pe]h:ain's andli all D)ruggi-.ts.
IInve von read --13en-lIur ?" If not
on can buy it at Cast,on & IIunt's. s
Stationery, gooed, and at low price, at a
IBaseballs. Uat-. Belt- andit 3Ias.ks at tI
aston &~ Ii int's
E::mbrobiery' Patterns5. Stampiled, at t
A 11Ce lot of gool -peckied peas for
-ale at J. S. Jtusse IIs- 5-t i.
Again to the front. RobertSon's Fever
and Agne C:re. ()h1. LottIe warratied
o cure thle mo-at ,1sate :iiO :lSI of ( *l
and fever. ybr 5:Ile at hiis drug store,
>ppoite~ the t' .le- t
Ward UM at Ca-t &lat's tf
21) pounds rice~ ato ~< ~
uis at Chapmn's . '-: -f H
PickleC ii 'rarrel- andl honies :i.
Far oral l 11i taur go to Caston T
thee: . , i have ntot the book te
,C itfP *I oryouia 31
f -;J. d..R.1 s -:LL's. II
-niir (b't ';t receivedl at the store C
ofh r.S.ARier a Co., MIain street i
f a1r.-e ra1 t-ill all ordet 1in p
nueW are ,il ia:aing~. and prm uR
m ht ourw' rk will be done wi. thIt
e tat 1: ( uIelh. The ladis are tr
tet d yd' i . to callI and exami ne o.0'ul
- hch! ( keep co ltin
herybe \ e li 1 o re.fr.'-hiese
heul haed tyin ~( 111gon a hot, swel- s
, da- no~ -m: ,.kFprepar ed at ye
rda I' - - Tryli the le'e-t
ham - .~ . -- . . -lea.:on, to bec
ud'. moe~t debehli1 -. . dl Phosphate,
Strab'ery ane . lhm'ni""ounsCI n- t
rei '.P 'wa .ter, )pep Rock,
ehr from iratf
-1 hve tricoHug (e cr. Tj'o de
ne botti de1 a een eOl' cii and no Pre- it
i laa filed-~ to :-top t .h emeay e
niU affoUCCll~ adal', Arkansa. y
THROUGH AT LAST.
(Special to the HERALD AND NEws.)
COLUMBIA, May _G, 1]80.
Mails for Newberry, Prosperity and
Pomaria are forwarded by Augusta Ga.,
Greenwood, and Laurens. Freights to
these points may be shipped over the
same route as far down as Al ton.
Facts in Short letre.
Go to the lawn party Thursday night.
Mr. Silas 3feCaughrin left last week
Read our supplement, with full ae
count of the flood all over the country.
Mr. J. B. O'Neal Holloway. of Po
maria paid us a short visit this tmoriiinng.
Mr. Henry Kinard got "ditched' in
Columbia, and has not been able to re
As our supplement had to shipped by
way of Augusta, it will be late in arriv
ing this week.
The depot was deserted last week.
It looked as thongh the strikers had
struck our city.
The musical club had quite a pleasant
entertainment at Col. Y. J. Pope's
residence last night.
There was a rush of mails on the out
side as well as the inside of the post
otti'e on last Tuesday.
Rev. Dr. Hawkins passed through the
city to-day on his way to Virginia, to be
absent about a month.
Some of the boys have already male
engagements for conmencement ball,
which will be a big affair.
Prof. Voigt will occupy the Lutheran
pulpit next Sunday at 11 a. m. Thtre
wid be no evening service.
Brazzlemon's bridge across the E:ioree
river, which cost the county $1,0) was
washed away last Thursday.
The Greenville and Laurens Railroad
will reach the depot at Greenville on
the old Irwi.1 place by cutting across
If we only had the narrow gauge to
Augusta we would not have to go
around by Laurens to get out into the
Mrs. Wolff, an old lady of Columbia.
and grandmother of 3r. Moses Epstin
of this city died in Columbia on last
The 3istletoe Dancing Clut will hold
a meeting on Friday night to vote on the
constitution and talk about commence
Albums, of all kinds, scrap books,
ink stands, pocket memorandum, and a
variety of other articles, at prices abso
Gen. Hunt has certainly as handsome '
ee cream parlors as are to be found
znywher., since he has papered and
Ir. L. C. Moore, agent for Lorick &
oowrarce, advertises a 20 horse power
ngine for sale at 3laybinton, next
Cuesday, June 1st.
The lawn party to-morrow night will
)e-,in at 6:30 o'clock, to enable the old
olks to get some of the good things as
vell as the young.
Capt. 31azyck and his efficient corpse
f clerks were out of a job for a few
ays last week on account of no trains
assing over the road.
On account of the bad weather the
tdies of the M1ethodist Church had to
ostpone their lawn party at Capt.
right's till to-morrow night.
bscriptioa -the Augusta, Edgelield
ad Newberry Railroad will be held
ere and in No. S to-morrow.
The narrowv gauge is still booming.I
olemnan's township in Edgefield Cou n
y has decided to hold an election to
>te for a subscription to the road.
MIr. Culleni Lark left yesterday for
omtgomery, Ala.. via Augusta, to take
position in a furniture house. We are
>rry tolsehm but wvish him success
The M1ethodists will Thursday night
vye a hot supper for the benefit of their
mireh, and for the relief of the wealthy,
erks and opulent editors who may have
id up much ready cash.
We mean what we say, and therefore
y htwe mean, and that is that the
ank account books, together with all
her kinds of books will be sold at the
ERALD AND NEws Book Store at the
wesCt possible prices.
Do not forget that you arc invited to
tend and y ' the Anniversary meet
ig of the Ladies' 3hissionary Soci'ety,
New Chapel, Saturday 29th. New 1
hapel is one of the most ho9p'table1
etions in the county.
Exaggeration is exaggeratted in the
~counts we get of the damage to thme
oumbia andl Greenville Railroad by I
st wveek's flood, and the length of timef
at Newberry wvill be cut off from the<
,tside world, all the way from two
eeks to three months is reported as thet
ne. We think that the time may bet
M1iss Julia Lipscomnb, of Newberry, is
siting M1rs. George 31. Anderson. M1iss
pscomb is the only daughter of Capt.
.B. Lipscomnb, formerly of this coum
and a spirit of jealousy makes us
ie to register her from Newberry.
1( Abbeville is always p)roud of its
vnm jewels, and unwillingly surrender
em.-Abbecille Press and Banner.
uieM' ]fissiontary Society.
Our town has been unusually lively
r. the past few days, on account, per
ps, of thme large number of visitor,
iong whom we noticed the Rev. W. A.
gers and wife, G. Thomas Hharmnon
id Mrs. W. R. Smith of Chappells; t
rs. .J. W. Humbert and 3Mrs. E. S.
rbert. of Newberry ; 3Mrs. W. W. Wal
opl and M1rs. Longshore, of Trinmity;
rs. Townes Jones, of Cokesbury, 3Ir.
shua '1Turner, MIisses Whiskerman,
een, Anderson, Comman and Speer
e most of them were delegates ini at
idance upon the meeting of the Ladle'
ssionary Society. The Rev. G. T.
rmon preached an able sermon in thec
~thodist church on Sunday miorning.
last Saturday night their meeting.
echildren, many~ of whom recited
ces suilted to thme occasion. Thmey
~re all wvell rendered and showed that
ir p)aremnts had given proper train1ing
the occasion. The foreign mission
e work is a grand work and thiese
ristin ladies wvho are going about
ading for the heaithen deserve the
hest commnendation. We would es
cial mention Mirs. Herbert and 3Mrs. l
nibert, because of their zeal and the ii
at ends they aire accom plishing. We
st that the good work will corntinue .
ail every soul that now languishes inii
:tand ignoraince may be brought to
ht and( t>e led to realize their utter
lplesenm ss without the gospel. MIrs.
ihtman wvas expected butt did not
ne. The organization ha:s a member
;p of ;85, and have raised in the last t<
r .9;$4.&l .--.-berille P'ress~ and Banner. k
.\t Prosperity Mir. James ll u--ey on
a :Mt h inst.
Mr.s. Gto. Lanie, of Pro-perity on the
i'l1 atte~nd to it soon." Don't clheat your.
( in that wayi. Your hair is growing ihin
r. dryer aind more lifeles every daiy. save~ I
ndl restore its orIginal color. softi,ess and~
s by using Parkeis llair Balsam while ~
....ay. 5-26-1mU. b,~
* zrWmri: r (''1T' OFF.
%1 ('onnection :iT; :t" e Gt:-._
W'orldl-The1:< Heara i e ::ti? ..,'.
I ~ E l?(t(*% t' 33e!"e".
Oni la t T' i : ':n-:,. r-.. , t i
J 'ince 1&.,2 belgun: in:i?-ein
ha- tery" lit:t "t :ln "y1I i atutrday: n..hl
when 1w - ic " 1! ti h v rai' i'
known .fl - : 1:C.."!i1i i a :t- f of N .
berrt. 'ilT 1r i : :o, n i.:l r ;: , i
she!i . :id threv mu11t ha:Ve: be'n :1 :
lreast six or fih s: :,ll inl th
1hort time thato it hti":2. ''h!- ra:
wat.:aCConiedl by hi, ay hail a
win, :ud it:he tittt!,1+ :Itid li;l:h tnin
were somethin!g awfu! Ti) sc:- ::l,l hv:!r
but as far at: knlown, nothin.: was 1dai
ared by ;he l igh tin;. r I:!fer
that the ha.i hl dar te frui
but as far w' C.In learn thvr," ha
been n1o serious llhn11a::'. We di., (no
notice but one sunall tree I'"inIg blow!
iown in the city. The cer-"s ad imll
linis were tlod.ied all art,:a the cit'
Wolkanul's ridg over Little Iive
lower Indian Creek brid,., Mc(:r-v'
bridge over Dincan:' Cre!;. Brzzi"
tnon's brid-re over Enoree River. a:t :
great m:any Smaller britg:; in -
Coulnt< Were wa:_'ell:d aa..
Thle !o-:. t: thw e".t"ty i- rjt;lnatr<
at about SA,o U:h!azmo::'s bri,1_e
whIch cost tilt,e county ne:rly .,;
being the heavicst sti;g l1 .
The fariners 01 thle low grdttli h:vI
Z:Ifered severely. On I t i River n
only the crop- are wnhe 1wv. h 1
the -oil, so that i!tnmanyr phal l tie
farmers will not he ab,le t; t.i:t in Iwt
or thi ce years.
T'ies".1ina lld irtighlt, arran:1:,t'nlelt:
w"ere.t>niplet;ely b.oke 'ip. No tr in:
h:tvii Comei ovr th ( Greenvill e ro:n
tien:ti was :t e em i I o f 1r 1 all ,lllar.
ters heyond Laurens on tih ,:1 .ie
aodj'Properity o:l t te other.
Tle- passelng'r trailn c(,mling frhIn Co!
umnbia on Thursday stopped ',n the otbiit
Sile of the thousand foot tr,sthe at Al.
Stonl ainil va- enable to return to Cilum.
'oia. Tlt train from G.retvilleo ''iurs
day was 'topped at )ysoln's brid:: . :nl
is now ru:nungit h: wvI1n Greenville ani
Dvson's. The Sah:i:da River i< said tc
have been up1) to tie llioor of the brid ri
and11 it was Iear...d it wouh'! 1g,u it
still stali! 111m.
Mr. D. O. llerLet t. took tl:e mail 14rwi
to Columbia in a hark ;)n Sim:daV, an
expected to bring ~ur mail baek wi ll
him, but fotm4 that mo-t of it had been
sent by way oiChirlotte and Greenville.
which arrived here on Tuesday over il
There was a "wild cat" train :ulde up
of an engine and two cars which Were
at Alston, and 11111 hetween this city
and Alston since Sunday.
As will be seen ly a speci-i di-patrit
to IIER.\LI) AND NEwS the Mails aid
frieights will be sent by way of Aug;st a,
Greelwood and Lairens till the Grien
viile and Columbia .lti iroad is rep,airid.
It i impossible to tl"ll the li ies by
the 11ood as they are s variouslyt 1
It will be at l:st a eVkC: or two te
fore..tho repairs can be made on the
Gr'eenviile r,,:l to ( nlmia ; bitt it is
thauglt they en1 gut tlbr~1.th to GCremn
Wile in a few day-.
Thi- fresher is 11u!dobtedly the wl,rs'
that we li:ve hal since the( o::.. of 185..
NutrviVitt of(he }'itte"t.
For <~tme time pa.t thl. r1;:sti:n oif
pulrity in bakinl.g i,owduer1 ha fuurm, t d
ritite a fatu tre of newr,:ta dit"cr -
SonS, and*e eminent doteors of philo(0
phty hatve given2 opiiont2 ats to the in1
grodiets whicht !omplose many10. of thle
articles sol unde 211r that iname. Thte in
Ve'stigatonhaive narro'twedI dlown1 Ito thle
limwit whichel awards hew Roya! lBking
P~owdcr the plmt oft pur1ity, ::o: s'eeral
4f the most distinguiisned scie.nt ists have
estitied to thir cnviction tha:t nio ex
:raineou- or deloteriotts mattetr entter'
ato its comitpositio::. TIhe. Roy'alI Baking
P'owder' Ctomnpany hav ax'ichieved a wirl -
wide reiitattion for t he iueve .- which
t maritkedI their preparalit lonl -f (eami of
:artar for bitkinig purp'loses. ti is itndie
suitablx' shown'i that thtlr have elbhiatedIt
tLl elemet t of tart rate of liment, al um or
>ther impurities, andl prest to the pub,
ie a healhthful and chtemically ptr' :1r
iele. Suh w'd.ly kn1own cheii' t as-H
Ienry 3Iorton,. E. G. Love. II. A. Mi0t,t
Vmn. 3lc3hIurtiek an:tii es hei-Iave vertiitild
ts sutperiority over otllo-r tanuifnet ilre',
Icnce, to its e.x-elbt-au'. It is well for
amlilies to oblServe the: fa it th at it co-ts
2)o2e to imainuf a-tur i.iei I~x R dyl hing2
owder'~'t than any' t::'.br hat it i-, a
hlowxn by chteical :uindyhsis, th one
'abso'utely imre ha'o lkingT ptowd.'n2r 1 m:il.
"We one- hit 1upon2 a inovei expeiin
or atscerttaiinig how Vi 1! ly ourII :1'!Ivier
i'iment wer'e re:v i. We nlih'i'.l :a
-OupIle of htalf-columini hol<, int whtichi w'
"Didl vait get any rei isv
"I should say.we did. Itt le.ss than at
etter's froni all piart tof thIe ('ountry,W
rom2 peopIh- wvi-lhi to ktnowx whyix oin
|artlt we kept sitellt a eOil-tiltnlilti' fool
tlto knewv -I littlte abou,t Autneicant hii
try. Thle le'tter- kIlt pourt2ing ini for
briee or four weeks. It was otie of thec
est Ipayingi 'ahs ' we evert priltedI. Bu t
C idi not repeiat our (:exlitnet, bi'
anhse3 thuat oneI -ierved' itsL pui1itO. Ourn
:1ters caime frotn si'hooi l-hoyi,x gilt' , pro
ri two inlstane@-Cfromi eminenit. men44 who
tave a world wide repultatilon. I wat
more itnpressed with the vilutt of adlvor
ising from those two altertisernt,tmt
ha:n I shotuld have beent by vIhlnes of
heoies.-hutbrri'ur in Abe l'or: "-'''.
trely awxaits ax wI' awa:ik -:ale-iiali
in ity forn the Newx R-verusuie Map of
he t~nitedi Statte- :indt (anl :ht a:l P
ialIt lapo 1'the'ti World, tiilet by) thi
cTnown:ied nt-:tp puli,bert R:in Ne-i1
1l2& o. 1 iliIF-25t No:;r! I hte tt -
Iberx'nie Itaictti:tT.t ahi,~ ith -h
reIter'' p lrto ofT (T the epubli of MIx
-o;a ie r petat.)fte t in ofi Urth W
Tha diison's of "Sta:tyd R~ : -~ Iaiwa
elali-.l On the pitra L-i:.ec lvparate
klored nr-2C the w"2 !.Etropi.~.-I:.
'oth in2V 21'eri.t- South ano-i<a :0'
ran n aitval tis . "
ThaSto Wt~. ri''xO -I.nin i 21 g ':d un-I
nita'htin' 'vn t, inaret. x:tha vo
htri Wood'cr. :-5il1 et2 a b tox, at ll Dru
4' .:: 04e: (O4i:I ::...e:id11', :0an. :i
1:-:.o: t::... I :! ::I.I + t ' - i.
:i"t i'e E'a: i :). .mt Only ; .,;: i 1
, is : 4 'r . ;: . .. : ( iI 1 :e W i 1'
41i 1 \\' : " , i_ it! a I t":1' I1
fby WCiUU T . i,
'44,. . 1 flq.1444 'z \vi44 r 1 : :1141t l '' CC i'.4 4
::t- i. \"el h1::,iL1 : h. " n th!i' :o abit' tt
oie (r : : r *;l1'l Cel - jI r il:it
u]' hlg-n%\ awy v,ithnit: :iny hut,'b.
We ]et thP hte"l in it a h::.-k, full-h d
byMr. M I i ..( S:i: h. n lth W. C. . I
*nIinc-:. D. O. H4. -r;. ii.::l ag l. W . ''
". J:: ow\nu. bra t ;a1, 44 was1' al-u n- t
b' ti he 1::A 1ti .\ND NI:W:4 :4
.eal a: it tJ make b.e'atins o n ( 1
th1'' iew\' r"lte to Co 0 linla (.111. W e al :[
-u accomp:e1i h r. L. C. Trumib-o. !t
formi'rir of (1:Ch:Irle,:ril. buit llu>w travel
il,^ fr1 N York -i;t1p w rk- t:. and r,
"1r W. R. (rr of i"tlimoro. who . i
" rave1b. fo: a :, i thi>e4i' jew4lrv h1>n. 1 1'
So. w 11 :11! 11 'ty (1 ! coft :1a 1 :1 1 bli le
along witih n-. We'( -(on di-tilirbed th'" Il
ca"::1- an !luit "f th i, r ou , inlt ":m11 til " 'ir
i-hini iity" of I'rro-pt'rity" by the wh"1i-;1e"
(4 th; c :gin!eer :l ithe blow\ing, 'f the .t
drnn er. i trtilliig tiur tank uith n\
w:a!tr wet :aain blew\ oil* brake- ;ind!
l l oat f.-r umi'c i )
Ail ''. ;'::-in:_ Pr-O.-Z erit y a f'"w iiv"
wet t o f a' (;'t thc"ro h:ttl heenl bulit11
.Irived"' wi"thli: a -hi rl l! il-ian1e of ('o- 11'
lll ia. Th w e:t anI 1an :4r', wero
i n , p i : i : c1 d i t i i m: a l l a 1: n g t h e 1 t1 , t
but '0111 and- 1111 44on-ere rather ba4'k- tl
aI r. hwi'ver. the f:lmer- t1+d is that dl:
a -itle 1u.,irinl a!"ter thl' rainl would l1
b,rinhg them (ut all right. About 1:3:)1m
o'cluck We h('ard the w\elcc'mle i4o11nd of sn
thiiw con<h( '-tur'- vonic(, -ing"inu ; it.
'-eVent:ten tiin!itiS for (linnter .' We Il
w\"ert" treateI to ai very fine (lillt"r lyV a
colore"i geitl11ta1 an] lli< w4ife, whos ea
nane we failed to leart. 1h}u bill of "
fare ColSi t''1 of a r'"al line i-ce of blI
boiled he"tf, whea t br"ead antd noodle t (
s p, which we wae:i1 down with bt- -
tertilk or Ad:an'- :l1 a! our ta-t.S lic- er
tated. Th1e d-ert conSisted of bred et1
:1' i n sorgmlnlln. t,l
We t hinik we 4":t ;tta"el s:ty that all
the p riwere 1n iniiii the din- 1,
1:er hlytil, uint iil' iew(%elrman. fromn =e
tlt:- eit\" of " cien1ct andi m:'ai:al colle;tes I t
inn:c:"n:!y iemarkti tant the nloodle- th'
putt himt In Ililin1 of tap11 w or and I>t
: ' 41- wa s itiv' that he f.-"h on.' of sa
th'i t urn!1"! in. hi- lnoltl h('le ll'- tarted -t'
'.' chew(444 it.
Aft"r di111- We travele'i a'lng Very
mtu>thly" till abut 4 o'cloc:,. whe1n we
wer"I' tltiti"ly\ -tar:Il'd by a dim al w\"il,
fr'om th1e s At :nap mlaa. We were very toi
11nuchi 4\xercisedl. fea4ringL that 11o 1had.
h4een1 r'edo:''4i by' thei f.'rven:t le'-at of the .
"Iun 1o hii un':na14:1 grease2, aind wereI' W
min-h41 ~ rei'vid when404 he 5:1id that hei ht:tl IIr
failed toi bin:.r44 :hie 1('frig':l(1 4'r 1 :4ar . a to
I ar1che(Jd l ipt..
the4. lo55 by~ the birak' man11 of4 his noeket-4.
ihook. b)ilt a4- 11,na: it ha(I4. 110 luuller4 1n it,
only44 some11 ntes( atini mnemo(ramla;: :41id a1
saidl he w44ould4. not havi~e tik'1n 83.91' for:
:1111 he( bi'gs 11$ to 5:ay to thei kinld pe'ople
alontg thei 10:41-1 tat if they' hav~'ie een oi
fortunat:e14 as to4 14aue4. found1 the .'idl ar
SieI'eS :1u44 w4ill forw444ar" thieitn to) the
HIERALI) ANI> NEWS ollico', New4berry".
5. C., that4 lie w441i(her all expnIses o4'f
d1nCy4 ' 441 to w l ten, a41m1 they w44ere' no4t ,il
ra4i-edia it when1121 w4e met(1 M5i'ss. A. C.
Jon:1S. (11f4 ti1- 14-:AI. AND) NEW4'. anid
JT. OI. i-redhih. who114 wer'ie on their way':4 .i
to N44 whe'iirry,4' at'] 44h1 told11 us thatt it
abli. tol Cro4 .- Broad4( rivert br'idge., and wei 444da
we4C found that4 there' wa4':4 no( (danger'. '
Sni uei of lil- .'tones 15of thle p ier. 0on te11
Ri1hbul ! 1:4.-ii wte 4fl'1( wah d*away i n
lie brg:idge Ott hen od(red losd but
tin lig thatlthre 4wa till 2ange, tfin
author'-Y ofrd4.ed itopene to'4v the1ub-1
444e'4 arlT nI've .p ll a ltu il, Mlle Ea er X .
I trminu 1444 the r44:Io:l a 4 it (0 . m . ( .
Ont th' Iniorn1 ig) theIil 4th, iafl''tr:
4(et tng the4 i 1:11 !i city :411 i a444 full ' tr
0oiers,114 wue 'tae 1' n N.l Leturn 1 trip
we 13r :Io4e Epin :ul] 1irs.n E. W.1
lumbit' a byi tt ialou. on4411 the1 C. &.i G.t
On411 14ur ret'un410 ;i !' nothing oi ntereistl 1 tiak
tile0: ( -cen 1r2 alon th4 ro4l ii 7 :t: tan-l0r
will d4. Wel4'j41 4 la ul through' :4ome1 of4 "' o
44ii farmin : i :41'' t4mb' r -1:: 1 a41'" canhe -a
fou'nd .44 'i.th 444 my, 44' :1 I'l when th1e4
hig. tr:: for ' thIe 1. N. a L. oa.tI'f.
4441:4 ol 1ark w1e4 w(r ea;h ill n-r
thu<h- trin. and4i(- iv light~-" i otnng I
uol ind irath. or thund--ry were dr:ia rg
-'o1: ('olumlia to New-iwerry by th
C. X. , L..%;commodl0eation.
Rilr1oad and te legraphic Commu-111'"iCi
i1 b.'ini (r cut oil between Columbi
n0 NwbeIrry. eiaving Newberry on
r; i-hatml tirr lu!,d by- railro:t
1m , Te . (iLr '1 the II1";KAJL
Ni> N 'ws e-:anl in l~ok alronid fo
>n- war of rachiing Newvberr\ and tlh
p cm :r. whJ:e: 1- met the conid:leto
f the C. N. & L. Road. who had ju,
:IChl! Colhnnhia on a snecnd. and wl
i:ily olfered to "'ie hii the la-t uno
e. -ieat onl his train which IaS tl
are early the iext (lay. We startet
It in [;i ' 'ie an.! movel on witholl
iinlt tu!:til we ri:hid the Bro:t
.ier. Ihn we fooni one of the ie:
ightl laiauI. Wt w:ited there fo,
>ir :ur1-, u:itil one of the stockholuler
) dld :each thiere and in-peet the blid,~t
id 11ive hi- perm: dit)in fur 11 to p'a=s o'n
h,' Iexin gton: si,le nW:is theii reael-d
"1 on we Vent thmlugh on, of ti- inesi
11iitring1 vmutrie- ini the S,ate. Trht
'l- had been w"a-h,t} in pha-es. Thi
r1s was bo~ling up iuiInog the cottot
ii C,/r,i and the w\"heac and o:1t- look
.,i.-ndidly. The spring oats an
ry fine. We were struck w\ith th
irifty appearance of the farms and sui
)ntdin:g, and felt that the route of th(
w road was one of the best in til
ate. On this line there are no river
ks t,) wash away trest.lo afti
aviiig l inr:iii River, and the tunage t(
I brhlge i:l lit execel two hintlri
1har<. \we: it is thou, ht that the los
tihe C. & G. I. I. will reach one hun.
-t, tholi:uanl lo!ar-. Soveiteii mile:
,Ove Colnlmbia w\', met the mlail trai:
hirlt hal been litted up by )rat Smith,
it board w"e reco,l-nized 1). 0. IIbert.
. C. Gaiue-. W. S. Brown, of the
-:I.ALh ANt Ni:ws, L. C. Trtnbouaini
.IB. Melr who were moving slow
wilT may b) :-eointe.l for I\ thei
,I overhl)ade, awil the trail: one o!
])rolpoed narrowigallge. not exactly
i-l to broad gauge travel. We reach
our ifrieil Noah Bolam's. at i
t 1ck. hvluere we were f,a-ted, aii:Lftt
-hli't -top left for Newberrr, reaching
e Newbrry Ilot,- at 12:10, deliverini
e Smitnlay Regi-ter. the only new
at h:la reacli-d Newberry si nee Th1irs
v before. Thi- train was equippe<l
Mt'--r-. J. 0. Mere(11th and II. If.
'ase. w\ho are full fledged broad gange
'In, and know how to prepare for a
fe quick trip.
Make very good wihl men, and very
rely ever submit to soap, the great
mlerie;:m civilizer. They answ\er very
-11 an imark-nen, but a prudent. sensi
e nan does not care to risk an v wretch
stuf, boiled in pots over slow fires
l roots and "wild yerb-" g.thered
mn the disn:ml forests in their unripe
nulition lb untethered creatures. An
li:;htht'ed public. inl these days of ae
al :dvancemen!t in science and plhar
icr. -eek after remedies that have the
nitine stamp of worth and value.
e Pelhan' Chill Specifie, the pre
ription of ani elinent doctor, and prc
red by an expert druggisr. Don't
Iste hard-earned dollars on vile stuf
it has ineither re.putation nor value.
lha:'s CIill Specilie is used by thou
nil. and nohol- can ler :tnvtlling as
Mr. .JauneS Mont- -hot an eage the
-er day, breakin. his wing, the bird
milediately -bowed 1ight and Mr. Monts
d all lie ionhl do to keep it off him
tIb the butt of his imu. The bird meae
d0 from tip to tip (; feet 10 inches.
\Ir. Wick< Maytliehi. of Greenville, is
-iling seral dayis with his sister.
". in. Birge.
ili-s Saillie Boim: st is enioyin 'sit
her brother , Mr. .J. Bi. Boi nest.
~Irs. Martin Chapini and Mrs. D)r. Beni
.w. of tIhe Dutch Fork, Lexington
tuity, are ~siting in town this week,
-y speak vt . y 'ncouraginigly of thel sue
Sof the Columbia, Newvberry and
aure ns Raiil road. Mr. Martin Chapin:h
mec of the prosp erins farmers that hais
de p.erseseverancie and energy the key
'ro-perity is wieIl aware of the fact
t the preisidenut of thle Columbia,
whearry aind Lau:rens Ra:il roaid should
a well selecte*d linan:cier appointed
director- of a like qua!tity.
hle P'ro-perity baseball elubi attra:ct s
te a Crowd of spectaitors.
hne heavy rains and hail y ormn have
me umch d::iiage to the farming in
~st, and no doubt is very trying, be
Sthe great daimaeC caiused by the
rlowi of all t he sma:llher st reams. Th
low grounds of the Brmoad and Saln
rivers have all been covered, dlestror
many acres of cotton, corn, wheat
I onta. There are manyr washed out
ces, like sluices, through the very best
ds. TIhe freshmet is thloughit to lbe the
est knmowni in this section.Th
ir reached a higher point in Saliuda
-r at IIolly's Ferry than ini 1852, hr
:dmieasure mint. The wvater at
se's Firrr wvas about the samne
lie Bro:nl river is equnal ly as hiigh,. de
yring thet farms. as well :is lhe Glrceen
e :umii Colunmbia R~ailro:al below Al
ito suchi an exteni t that it will re
ie si-veral wicks to rep]lace thme ro:ad,
that trmains can pass, as we were iin
neid by tIme suipervi-ior.
[r. Auni Mayvor, who owns a farm
atn i-Iau l in Bro:nl rivyer, was over
in by thi swellinig rer, whmile work
on his farm :an was foreed to re
ii on the i-huml live or six dlavs with
htymi' rat ions, haing with him two
ir h:nii. Their iiilyv pro: eeriiii from
:uiml hail was somme smiall cabinis.
-water sonn druove tIhem out of these
i.zhihr point. which was only a very
!!! .,pace, aii. where t her were ex
n tv-ive years obl, h:al a <lithiculty
bi his w ie oni Ii--t F"ridhay. After
sing her hie threatenedh to cut his
i:at :in1 i)-gLn at onice io simarplen his
l-eS were reptort l to Mr. N. IT.
img. on1 whoiise phe lie lived, lint
wing that thle tiegroes werIe inl the
it oft riarrelig. lie idi not pay much
ut ion to the iiatter. Evervthiing
n d to hai:ve quietedI down, btut on
:I::y Ma li-on was foni ab)out -410
lI from his brunoe. ha:ngi ng to a t ree
1. Thne veriit 'If thme c-oroiner's jtry
hat he hng himself. Mr. Young
that Madhisonm w:is :ui obineit,
I worker awl hns lived on hmis place
i t 1.0ur Vears.
Il :niii (<illlliunIa'- lhas hieen cut
iw lie flood on boilh sides of is.
:a' h>istimiaster left Tuisd-iy nmorniing
Col umhbia to try :iid ma ke :irranige
its for the ma:ils.
.Jaimes Huis-er. th:e (olde:st citizen
uir tow:: is very l(iw. :an ticr is no0
e (if his recovr..
lie stockhldeiirs oif the Colminhia.
vberrr :: T aurens Railroad wvill
inize on the 7th of .June.
he rain has hben of adrantae to the
e spring cat crop. wCre it wt- 1 coA C'
ered with water. All other crops ,ur
farmers speak of as much injured.
The older citizens tell us that rainy or
1 showery weather will gen,eraily fo;low
large fr eshers.
rarer be very (:areful with voor
atfil n if you have them to purcha
befefailiti for tratportation are
) openi!d uip. Competent .idges ;:Iy it
wCill hie tu1:1 or three week bliefoe the
trainl C:n pal;; over the wa=hipr.
W'e note the d":ih of _irs. GCeo. Lane
1on Tl.- 18th aftr a long and pativn:
illness She wa1- i:., rred at MIt. L:thl.
em,cetv in the npip r part of the cottt
[ . J:nns IuIssey di"d this moiirnin.g
The hecavy rains of ]a t week d:d great
data,e to la:nd.
Sprinig oats promi-e4 a fair crop.
Quite a num1111b2i)er of p;sslgers ael
Ithrough MIt. Tahor On Friday fro:n Al
stnn to Newberry" by private convey:ue:
on aeonit of the wa-litip of tle C. & G
Capt. Meredi:ns and 1Henrv B!ease,
. piS-ed tlrough on the C. . & L.
on Satturdatlv. t"n romte to Columbia, to
look after some busines in the: inttersct
of the ro:al. Catt. Merediti sail we
were tmi-lig a good tiing by not having
our roai l bilt befor" the recetnt thin1.
Vhile \Valter lIIlly and two ing"roe;
were cro-sing Broad River l;.-t we.-k
above Peak's the battc:lu was tap1iz-1
a: tl-hey were obligd to eliimb trees on
:n i-land where they had to r.nlain for
two dav, tl river being too full for an'
one to vent:re to their re;cne.
We return thank. to "Quiver" in
Pres- and Reporter for his timely :td
vice. IIe not only deservSel iigh reco,
nitioii a a farmer. but the easy and
graceful move of his quill on tihe "Balkiin
difliculty, Nihilism in Rus;ia, Socialism
in Germany. Communi;m in France.
and strikes in the North and West.''
show that his fine large imind is expand
ing far beyond the single piursuit of a
farm life. As his friends are slow in
1 giving him a professorship in Newberry
College. would it not be well for some
' simon pllre" farmer to nonitnnat' hittl
presidelt of the ag,ricultural and me
chanical college. It seems that beini a
(p1ractical) farmuer, togt her With his
broad .statesnanship andt1 patriotism.
there could be made no better selection.
An enthusiastic railroad maii of Pros
perity was last week transplanting po
tetoes, anl it was after having li,i-hed
that his wife came to inspect the work.
when the folowing dialogue took place:
Wife-" Why, my dear, how quick you
were in getting out the l)otatoes. must
have worked hard."
HTusband-(With a coiiptlaCelt smile)
Wife--(Looking at the potatoes and
findiiing thiemi .ist fourll feet nine inchesl
apart,) "Dear me,I if you hiaven't gone
and runed evrythin by pttinlg them
too far alpart. I have b-en pleadiing
with you to holl up onl thii rairiad bus
iness, andI telling yon if yo conitiied
it you would lose youri indi. andl now
y'ou see what it is coing.l~to. I knew
it was coming~ to this. '
Ulusband-(Withu a dignilied air) "Broad
gauige, ma:dam. b)road gauge. I amf uni
alterably opplosed to anyvthing that is
iiot on the broad gauige order. Juust
think of those potatoes running in p)arall
lel lines-the ad(vanitage's 0f comlpetitionl
wh'1en they are put in the standard b)road
This wa~s the samne gentlemian that
hiiretd two dlarkies to sit up all night to
wake him at 4 o'clock, when lie wanted
to go early on railroad business.
MIr. A. C. Jones piassedi through on
Sundlay eveninig, and 3ir. W. S. Brown,
andii parLty on Tuesdayli onl their wvay to
3Iiss Lill ie Slighu is visiting her frienids
MIr. I. N. Feagle was1 elected to rep
resent MIt. TaLbor' at con ference, which
meets at St. Phliip's Chiureh on next
Sudar. L. C. B.
We (;und whieni I say~ we,h Ilme:Li the
people tha:t res-ide on lie piiinisuila be
I weeii Enioree. 'Tiger andit lroad river-)
are comipletely hemmieid in :111( ('ut oil'
from the outside world on acconut of
the recent freshet having t:iken off' tihe
bridges and laits. This freshiet is one
that wvill long be rememilberedl by the(
natives oif t his plaee; it is re portedi by
the oldest sitt lers to be the hiighest that
has iver beenCI kniown here.
T1he briidge aeroes Enioree, known~ as
"lBrozzletnoni's Bridge,. wa:e swepit off
byv the raginig wateirs 0on Thuirsday~ aut
ab)ouit 2 o'clock. Thios' who witneissedl
the sight s:ly th:at it wa:s truly heart
renin litg to see the imassive strnile-ture
lifrteid frota its foiund at ion andl borne oil
dlowii st reim aibouit a fourth of aL iei
whe (reit lodgedl ando fomni a mor' luiun
ble amil iertalinly ai lower resting plac
oni the hoisomi of the. "mnighIty de.p."
Theit pla'itd little Enoree (t hat bieanti
fiul little st reaiti tha:t wi'ndis ~i way
hroutgh our mid- ) tin Thiursday~ hail as.
suniiet thei size of a y'oung o'e:m.
We learii tha:t soml of ourm ieihlbirs
on thei (ither side wen't tunt on atnd ex
pIornlg ecruise, an it i ft'r ella-inug a coule
of rabhits that h:ad he-n nftortuniate
enouigh to be caught up in the ri-illg
waes :un niiIavigatinug throiiugh lie for
ests for miles artunil. lthey rturned I
hlome non' thle wirse off, bit withl thet
luitm bel ief thlat it thle river con tinuted to.
rise as~ it had1 dur ing~ three! su5eiiC( ng I
dlay, thait if they. were to b:- savedl the'. I
w.oublI have to build an ark in less ti:le
than it took Noah .
It is reporiiit..d tha:t Phiifer's miili and I
tlat and thue flat at lIIlndrson's furry oin
En.i oree werie borne oil (in tIlt b)osiom of
tIlt troulbb'' wat'rs.
tGlandi onl Broad Riveri was undecr wLter,
with the exception of about an acre.
Ni) peirions 'hrow.ned, bitt mo'.t of the il
stoek :i9 ea :ttlhe wire, thle hou s'-: we
all swi'pt oil' aml .r.lp. compilel'tely. lost.*
It i- furithirr10 reiotel :at Cap:. E. S.
Keitt. a htirg' lanit.'r oin ELoce, lost
nearl y all of his eattle, one onily being u
thle sum1 t otal thaitt no0w reinls. IInve
heiard (of -everal other- tha:t wer''e heave
losers by the flood tha:t conhinenced
MIonday ightth 17th inst .adsu
ing MIonday MIay 24th. 1SSU. B
To Buyers of Lawns
Y(u shall see this Lawn and that Lawn and any Lawv
and L:nn after Lawn, and all the Lawns if you like.
Where in the whole country can the buyer have so good
Where in the whole country are prices so low as at
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 muy entire stock of
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats, Trunks, &c.,
Regarlle: of cost, to make room for the New Goods that I expect to buy in New
York dnring the latter part of the next month.
I (10 not want to qiuote 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 .eC. . L Yinsc an owl .Apoie
Crab Orchard Wa nt ipaio. oe, n
148 MAIN STREET,
COLUMBIA, S .
Wonderful inducements will be offered this spring in fresh
elected CLOT HING of choice manufacture, correct styles,
tnd guaranteeing the best fitting garments ever offered in any
My stock of assorted FELT AND STRAW HATS is large
nd fresh, up to the latest styles and at lowest possible prices.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS in the greatest variety,
:onsisting~ of all the latest shapes in celebrated CUFFS AND
OLLARS, in Linen and Paper, at sacrifice prices.
TRUNKS AND VALISES will be offered this season at
nanufacturers' prices, having bought very largely in that
inc of goods for cash at bottom prices, I. will give the benefit
o my trade who will favor me with their call or order.
In view of the hard times I have detern.ined to sell choice
)lIAGO NAL, CO RKSC RE WS, B ROADTAI LS SUITS
Lt such low prices as will astonish any purchaser in th]at line.
My CASSDIMERE SUITS are of the corset fittings, in every
arietv, at thc cheapest possible prices.
My Stock of Light- Weight Clothes in SEERSUCKER,
\LPACCAS, i DrABDETARS and LINEN SUITINGS
>f every nature is of the largest variety at correspondingly
Mv YOUTHS' BOYS' and CHLILDRENS' C LOTHING
s simp)ly too large to give any fair description of their styles,
iuniities cr prices. These goods will be ofee, leodany
Ioubt of the most skeptical mlinds. at sacrificed prices. I will
:rock competition into the shade.
MNI stock consists of all the varieties of Dingonals, Cassi
nieres. Seersuckers, Linens and Alapaccas in suits or in
ingLle piece goods, for wvhich no! one in want in these times
dtre anyl further, but send me your order or call when you
r.e in the city of Columbia and get your cheapest bargains at
l' J1 48 Main Street, Columbia, S. C.