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EVERY WE)NESDAY AT
.Ye>r'he,rry, 8. C.
A. C. "JONES, E'ront.
Meere(tt." 'iTho11npimo C'onielined.
(Speclal 1o tlho II1:ItAL1 AND NEWs.)
Cot.t:A,S. C., July 7.-The .e
ate has contirinel tlhe nomination of
G;oveiiior 'T'hot1 1.4on to be Assistant See
retary of the TIreasury. ,icutenanit.
(overnor iShel Ip:tr(l will luj:alify as Gov
ernor on :tturellay the ls0th Inst.
A. C. .oNI.:s.
;1114TIIA Li NOTE:4.
1'residlenl. Clevvliid has1 won the name11
of "'l( Veto I'rvsicient."
I you w%taint the best news of the (lay for
a little loney, sub>serilbe to tIe ITI,EtAtD
'T'Ihe 'ol v'enl ion to <leei(le the question
of primary or convention for this Con
gresslonal, 'ist ricl. nieett at Seneca to
We faileil to see . 0. I)., at the con.
ventiot to Stiaturlay. .H1e should have
been there to heIlp out the "cont.lgent..''
We ,did not eXp eet, however, to see him
there a- a ellga'e from a Democratic
e-lnll, but. thll tt he- tnighll, he arotundt.
*I:t(on t(l , i ficorgi:1 lk on the de
<-linle. ( ;-nc"ral (7or(lon i ah:s :lreadly
s(eren-(1 1.4 eleh-g:ttes, Within 22 of a mla
jorily of lie conivention ant1 it, 1 con
con-a 11h.it. hIe will g'1 the-.e antd more.
The (Ironie-le has :bout given 1l) the
ih . If, has (l, ne all in its p ower to
elect. the lion. A. O.1Bacon.
\t hiere (1u the yotiug menvtt of Newberry
slen(l their eveniItg ? Are they making
the he:t II -e of their Him! -e-kld 111011 3?
we fear Ith,t the.'r are lnany who are
not, an(1 Ihey will regi't. it after awhile,
(possibl w hen they have bankrplted
their eru:t -n(ttrs n11at br-ought trouble to
their h1 mn-s. on( v happyl :n(l prtosperotts.
"I'he I oplle will erltlainly stil-er no0
h:tyirby k- ing at tye on a<I rt"ants for
(lie! wh <enonce4te 42Tl'i1hnan tuove
mtent.''" -.ayv t.he Ahheville Press
:14I 11i:1'11114r. The men(!t who11 speatk out
on thi= or any ( ther (lule-tiont <to not
relnit", wa;tch,ing, it i, thoew who are onl
11 h .sile- inot it fireeti to the wall, a dto
Ohwn, :tfter exp re--ing thern-elves, leave
mny:1 in Ilobt as to their" p osit.ion. We
wohtlli like to hear how Abbeville's
e:n ihitilaes .ltan<l on Ihis (l(estioln before
lla- p,rimtrry or eonvention forl the selec
1 111. ( i li(:tl es.
W e ar." in r.c."il. f1 :t volly of th11e
1lnmni :,Il lr, ( <h"liverell at W1ollortl
('( ller;e, .1 mw 4h ' , 11(l;, by Mr. W1' . 1 1.
Wallae! if Illh,0!.'' r1n r o1 "The q1utes
tion (if l:t(abor, it, Awrl xilie at stl olu
lion1.- Thi :h show1 that. the
w,riter asI ' i, v : this mlatler enr"eftl
sttnlly :111( Ihi(,ught, :tn(li pres,ets anl cn
irely' n,"w I,Iant for IIhe settlemtet, of
t11i: I'h , i 1 Il t( ":tiont . e (d t aigrne
wIt t h i I'i' e1 11 i t'e -Il oll<' of "ite rettl -
e(liI": ( i"r1'po-e(1 :1 t(1 shall li 1lertake to
showe :1l :Iolber ( l lthe ohjeliol s to
it :t li' I Il- I Ilt'1li lwies in i1h , wayv of
e:Irry. ing; it I t if :111010eIl.
in14 Itta e.)(24 conC1teno 1' 7 wi lIieyn,
:'ei' inow I'llu i (t1 het.iti vote< lgins theob
('1i,, 11,4': euuty l tall he int. 'l hi - a t
the1 4b.'!'' l feat sof 1 3 C mulin' like-i
taenl' ant1 shth igt I liake itub the eto.
Ilimed1 1)lut .hWul m i Cotha weas' fno,m
Il 1p4e4 urt in giv'ig h im Igithe I')tI 4 b e
Ag,An Ernicl toBnel ou wil lint
('arterll e.-SttI1114, I -C:u-tersville, Ga ., ul A
here01 1. toleayit tog! soea; m00 teople.t'
1(1is spe0ech was iec)tv toe with1
marke4))44l (a'tten( tion)4l2. H inade'u1 Iatle
unpression1114 1n4 ite' pep le ofi Frnklto
who1 anr nt 'husiatIe inOb hi' suppor. l"Thet
: bd Frnkln in Ecer astoes e
vot)fo A. O.11011 l1'n. t1The nex11tl 42'tIngIo
weiS 't heroy'1tely 1) of Frnan,wl bew t t.
hastu gvoe t "( liedln." tol It theil W'undaIy
News tI w'e fnthe' f11(olo witg ihe New-Ipi
herryl correspotnience,00 o itigans acont
of'e thae meet'ing of(11 ths contye' conven
liont'. "Neetias otahfl n the.F conen
tiron toa ofan prt8lacnddae
* T1>[ 4GcPNVNdllTIO.,
The county DeuQOratto convention.
last Saturday was characterized by 'the
harmony which prevailed throughout
the whole of the proceedings. The con
vention had met to re-organize, to de
cide the question of primary or conven
t ion, to elect delegates to Seneca, and to
decide whether they would elect dele
gates to the State convention. These
questions were fully discussed and acted
upon with marked unanimity. The con
vention decided in favor of primary for
Congress, and to vote by primary for
delegates in this enunty ii'the event
that the convention at Seneca refuse to
adopt the primary. It elected delegates
to Seneca to carry out the wishes of the
county as to primary for Congress, post
poned the election of delegates to the
State convention to another day, and
adjourned sinel die. The work of the
convention was well and promptly done.
They carried out the suggestion of the
IIERALD AND NEWS, except that they
did not recommend the primary for the
nomination of State officers, and author
ize the new county executive committee
to arrange meetings for the candidates
in order to have then express them
selves on the leading questions of the
day, some of which we enumerated in
our last Issue, before - delegates are
chosen to elect candidates for State and
Congressional ofllces. It is not too late
yet to ask that this be done. So speak
out and let us have the candidates be
fore I lie people of Newberry. The reso
lution which was offered and withdrawn
until the next convention, asking that
trial justices be nominated by primary
election is worthy of consideration, but
we woild suggest that the representa
tives from Newberry County be in
structed to use their influence to have
the law changed so as to enable the peo
ple to elect all officers-masters, auditors,
treasurers, supervisors, trial justices,
and all olilce", now appointed by the
The communlication from "Carolina"
in another coliunn, in the interest of the
graded school proposed by the HERALD
AND NEws, shows that one of our citi
zen.s at least, is willing to aid in this im
portant enterprise. Let us hear from
others. We find that the graded schools
of Columbia were kept open for a full
term of nine school months for $11,970.
25, which was expended as follows:
SalarIes of superintendant and teach
ers $9,5O0. Insurance, fuel, printing,
&e., $908.9-f. School furniture accouant
$5'5.30, library account $20, interest ac
couint : 87..7, sundries $378.
There were 710 white and 651 colored
children eurolled and an average attend
ance of 125 white and 344 colored, cost
ing the city $173 per month for each of
the nine months. During this time 595
others were benetitted to some extent
by being present a portion of the time.
'his you will see is giving the chiliren
stlerior edutetional advantages at a
very smuall cosi. 'This is done in Colutm
hia by levying an extra school lax of
two inills, and we have no doubt that. it
can11 be lonni in Newherry. An net wIll
ha:ve to be passedi aiut.horiiniig thle townl
clounlcil to order all election, and if the
tax is voted tile school may be opieed.
The femlale academy could be used, and
Capt. lifer could be malde suiperiniten
dant, and with a little effort, all thle ar
rangemients made to give the enterprise
a solid foundation and a good begi llning.
We mulst have tihe graded school in
.snieesfuil operation by tihe opening of
theC new year, September 1887.
It IN Cheeky.
Last week we copied from tile Press
andl Banner anI article written from
Ncwberry and signed X, whleh whlist
speaking highly of Judge Cothran
mlay wvell be construed by' the friends of
thle other candidates to be a covert at
tnek onl themn. Of this article the liER
AILd) ANt) NEWvS salys
"Tile above appeared in the Abbe ville
P'reis and Banner last week and we
took the troule to find oult tile authlor;
whIo is tile lHon. 1B. 0. Duncean. We
tink tis oneC of tile greatest pieces of
chleek we hlave ever seen.
Mr. Duncan ia a native of Newberry
County whio remained in Europe dulrinIg
tile war, refusing to light in tile Con
federate cause, who1 returned anid mar
shialling tile negroes, joined iln tile Rad
ieal conventioni of sixty-eight, put thlat
hlorrible regine over our peOPle, accept
ed ofliee fromi Grant as is reward1, and(
kept it unItil removed by Arthur, anld Is
niow~ trying to insinuate hlimfself ini re
spiectable po0lnl associations b)y attack
ing tile meni -.vhio reseured tis country
fromn him1 and( hisa colleagues in seventy
Now we do think tis is tile very
height of audlaeity. By what right
dIoes Mr. B. Odell Duncan assumie to say
anythling about a Democratic Congres
8s01n1l race, iIe is a Republican. Was
one4. in tile worst (lays of Republicanisml
in tis State. And tile less lie says even
by impiceation against such meni as
JLipscomib, Benet, Johnustone and Sunp
gon tile more regard wvill the people hlave
Ior his good sense. We have no dollbt
thlat the~tIme has always been "east for
old war horses" in Mr. Duncan s opin
ion. lHe did(n't take any stock in thlem
even in war timles. Buit we are suar
prised that he should think tie time
gon byfor"apolmen." lHe didnt't
thiink so" in 18118 whenI lie joinled thle
Radical party, nor during all tihe year*s
lhe 1h01( cflie therein.
- It is the Sniblimiity of cheek for tills
man to undertake to linterfere in Demo
crat le aiThirs.- -Abbcille Messenger.
A way out or the wloods.
Thie imlportance of st * .ring direct and
Iindepenudent railway commuiin ication be
tween the Southi Carolina Seacoast and
the lup-country is fully understood. 'fie
inecessity of it Ia more obvious and imn
mistalkable every da&y. Th'ie trade of thma
State Is cult upi by traneverso lines,
whichl are worked in the in1terest, Of
cities and ports which are far beyond
our borders. Other comnmunities grow
fat up~on tihe business whlehii belongs to
South Carolina, and of which Soiuth
Carolinlanls should enjoy thae benelit.
Thue absentee ownlers of railroadcomn
b)inations'nut ill their pockets tihe earn..
ital, and which ought to be a constant
sourco of profit to the State.
Oharlpstbn, however, Is the chief suf
feror by the railway revolution. This
city must hew out a path through the
heart of the hostile conbinatilons, or
lose still more of her business and be
come more and more (lependelt, on
strictly local trade. There atri various
ways of accomplishing the desired eid.
The Midland Railroad woulI Ilave put
Charleston in a strong position. Many
hopes centred it the Chicago, Cinr:in
nati and Charleston Railro:al, which
onc looked so promiing. 'I'There i" :
third way out, sult one whieh ha11s a-1
vantages over every other pr+ire:t of
the same character, by reatson of the
case with which it can be built. The
road in question is the Columnbia, .'ros
perity and Newberry iailroad, which is
now proposed to be extendled to (lenn
Springs amiI Spartan burg, givin g. a di re"t
and short ine from Columbia to Ihe
foot of the mnountains, where it, will con
nect with the Air Line Road and the
transiontane road to Asheville and
The road runs frotn Co!untmba through
the district knowt as "'The 1)ut('h
Fork,'' between the Broad awl Salhla
Rivers. It is a wealthy section of coul
try which has, at present, no railroad
accommodation whatever. The line w"ill
be easily built, and will be altogetlher
free from danger from Hloods and fresh
ets. From Pro3perity the line will rit
to Newberry. and thence through in
tirely new country to Glenn Sprin, -
and Spartanhurg. The whole length of
the line will be abolut ninety mtiles, all
it is expected that township subscrill
tions, together with the (-,s! tubs+ril
tions, will put, the road on it sI b)tantiat
basis. What will hi rtiuired vill be Ith
means of building a brid(Ie across t h
Broad River at Columbia, and il(!he Iteai
of equippitg the road. I;. is tulerstood
that the South Carolina RailWay look
favorably upon the project, ani tle en
gincer of the cornpatny, who has gon1,
over a part of the route, has iade
most ecouraging report. With lie cr
operation of the Soth Car1olina R:1.'
way Cotpatny, and compall:rativr"v litH
ail from Charleston, th(e road will I.I1
speedily built and Charleston bw set fri,-.
We itlst say candidly I tat we beli,-vr
that the Columbia, Newberry and1 Spi:r
tanbllrg Road will he built whetler
Charleston gi= it any support or i1i,
but, If it is buiit without Charl" stonl',: --
sistance it will n ece,saily heeoim m1
appendage of some one of lie existi11
lines. This will deprive the t+eol!
along the route of the full teaur r.i
the advantage 11ey look for. and wil!.
besides, weaken still iore tlie co('lmmur
rial position of Charleston by givingo lr
opponents yet another entry into i I
centre of the State.
Event a cuirsory' .- utdy of the m..p V.
show the simple andI a<tvanta:teout(h: hr
acter of the line propo;e,t. (n)ile of
strong pin:lt; ll:t- 11h 1 . heen 1i-, la1ot;..
'T'her.' is no certaint.y of any r1g,r
comllunientionl with i lie tiu ir,lIV
long as the Colttinhiat al,! (Gre:'
Railroad rts along tIe hawj of
Broad liver :. i the Sali,:i. A- v
knlows' by painful (xperienc:. a br(iak
the road i= lialel( to ocr"Ir amIr. in+lr-(
is alnost sure to hIap),e1I, wit-i1ver H.
rainfall i= ttnii-1i.tll h1 avv. T
l4iw loadi is free fromt 0:';* i.'h Iir
l v'e n i ces , a n d b y it. ih w 1' 0 - rI 1' '
the low country will alw:1vy he "--it
easy reaeh of ea:tt oft her wi:ht 10. ti~- ,"
cessity of going around(i by way of .,\"
gusta in ord(tr to reachl Char"l4etton.
We consider the ro:al hig;hlt illr
tant to Ch,arlestot and to il( - S'u :
trust that. the promt,ter; will Ii :bh- to
give sueh informa:tion1 and ofel+r uo-h
termls as will jiistifv (h:l1r 1 otn i-i fimi
nlishing what assistan1e Shall lh' illi,1
c redIlC necstary.-- '/lar/i /'ou .',s tin /
and inisidius (eemy of thle eot ion e
has ai~peared in thiis .itiont. l.ii..a'
tacht temselve's to Iti. minler suirfie of
the leaves atndi suck the .itiiii of the
leaves and1( younlg b)11(s as soonl ats t,he
latter pntt forth. A hlealthly stalk will
in one or two udays Hafter beinig atlt-ki'd
look as If Itit, h bien ippedic in hot
water and will be draiwn inito knols aii
gratnuilations. The lie.e ale damitaging
thte clop) to t-he extei of perhap:t 51)
'Te visit (If deathI is atlways sad; but,
when it occutrs aga itnt ml aga in, it is
mtore thiant trebly so. Ai stch i is. 1he
ease of te deaths (If M rs. Mlv AIiel ia
Slighi, whtich occurrneil on thle 2.5l h of Oc
tobler last, of Mrs. Saralt Ilenrlieta
Brooks, ont the 27th oif Novembher last,
md of Mis. ,Janec Caroline Lante, on thie
10th of May laist,. These deart ladlies
were the'dautghters of Mr'. Geor'go Iur
tier Boozer, and ihe wives respect ivehy
af Mr. Albert C. Stighm, Mr. Prestion S.
Brooks, and( Mr. George (G. Lanue. Mrs.
Sligh was 31 years, 11 tmont h Is mail I tay
aidl; Mrs. Lane was 3-I years, S mton t lis
veatrs, 4 months, and 7 days old. M r-.
Sligh was tlte mother of six chidreni, of
whom five survive her'; Mr's. Brook5 was
the mothter of sevent of whom thiree surt
vive her; Mirs. Lane mne ver htuti anity elhil
tiremn. 'They filled, fair tfhfly, thle' posi
thonms of dautghter, sister', wife, fiietnd,
and two of thmati of mo(t ter. Theiy wereo
member's of the Prtesbyterin t( iurht;
bitt a fewv years biefore hert deait hi, Mtrs
Bligh joined t he Luthleran Clhutrch withI
hter huisband1. For amiatbil it y of ebatirae
ter, purity of motives, anmd p)rogressive
ness of piety, t hey coulid scarcely hie ex-.
flelledi. ''Tere can htardly be ai dotubt
that their' nmittes weie "'writ Io en in ihe
I,ambi'M book of life,'" and t hat, thlir ir e
heemted spirits are ntow in glory. ITey
leave behind themtn t.o m otrn theiri con
tined absenmc, atn taged fathter, a lovitng
iister and( brothiern, imaniy friem'ins, i eh
of thtem a hutsbanmd, an'd two oif them
"'Blessed arme the dead hieb die1 inim t11 he
[Lord, fr'om heie forthi, yet, sabbii lie
Sii', thant. they may rest fr'oiim iheii
labors, and( thielr wotrks do follow t hem."'
'Thle niewi piostal law rcent ly p1t1in
force by time pos1toill et' depari itmn t ma kes
hIe tamkinmg of a ntewsl,aper andi reifuingiii
o pay for thie samne, theft, anid any per-'
oin guilty of such aitiion is liabili''
imuinmal prtoQcedliings thue sameil as 'If ie
In Ibhis city out thle 6t.h ist ., Mr.i. MN.
Hf. jltabhjamu, wife (of Ihle Rev. Mr . Ba
mam, cir.eultj. prie4eer of fluis dij r(Iiet . al
nieashes, Hier fugra I took plu:ne IhI
unninmg at. 1) o'cloek.
worry', tlisoniso, 'tissipatiton'. 'Thetslo iti.
P'arker's 1tair ttat'ait stop aluintaim\anel
cost(Ires gloss aml youilthit color01. Ex('ept loni
uily eleanm1 elegant, a pier't'eit ir'essitng, niot
greasy. .1 revents mlamiut.1 ;i;o-lm .
A '.'tc 1 o1''tll_N1iwb '%
N iNWRiittYliv, H. C., Jutte ltt iih I;t,
/'lidlwo (/ the Mi elditum(: 'I'ho race i t ho
3d ('onlg;rtsslor Ina ltriet. i tle'rlopilng
$some inow tleItas inl polities.
If t inin ha( utnrbitiu to go to Cont.
gress eit Shouh1l not he) "thwarltt" by it
b I.t'1,er represe ntative betingrt ieleetetl,
l't'rlainl terri'tor'y mus1.. It In he( vx
plorel) heeau'.e It has1 fll-r sil."t en
g;ress,lotl1 1 ilinher long enouglh.
(eogr:aplical hues mutst. lit eonstlletl
hte:tll-e "all the honor." havr Itwt'n l'ont
tinetl withini e'rtatin limuils loo lonr;.
Sit-1h are the :argtnuntlis usrtt agitltt
.I1111ge ('ot In-an a' at ctn(lbtlate for ('ni
;;re,s fr o I le :t(1 I>i<tri'il. I1is ability
i; unit ne t lonlei, h1is chrliretr ahve' re'
prrtl h, Ihi:' f(elty nIlI lit'll, hull. h'
41:11u'-l he is from the scoume eotlnty i ut.
Col. Aiken who has- sierv al:its herielo
fore, h i;e i ollo-l by soInIe. tiituch
:ar:it nonsinSe.. Wi'e want. f.t be-t,
a ble-t ant purest. ne-n we e:11a o r('!p.
1.r (Int II; ini C;ongr1ess intII .'m11- (:otlh
ran i ;our ehoice of all to- mnen n."-.
t.iorn in co iinectionl with tatat position.
Nebherry hai her candibates bht. e
Obiervetra right. In saying that, Itere
was " a larte cout,ingetnt.' of voters in
Newterry (ltttity who wou hl not vot,e
for Cat.. L,ip,sc(nib or JIr. .lohlnstotne
cil her, if allowetl a 4. thne. to vote for the
m:ah an thelteferred. We k itow Ct.
Lip.,comb, is wanlt.itin ilni=cretiont. hTfit
IIItrL A, 1 N1"-:aS boasts that Capt .
Lipscomb was the maln who sai< to
('Ilaunbhrlain in tiI, "you halheatlii
t.hieving scotl(iua rel, 1 am1t here to notify
yotu that I he dlays of your crew are nttna
bere<(I :nd you intt=t g'1." Thait mlay
'olutl v1r'y lwei'll onith h11-.ings (! durin..
:i e-itilg political nnpa-in, bt1 if
'a . l .l Lip- t(" ibil haI O oI pp,tortlinlity at i
-hbr1b1 tniake 11 1 of -ueh ani expre--ion
in th1! halls, of Contgress hle wout he
oi-(tl t lown a : imn practicable. 'he
I l \1.1> t : Ntart ' iss a that 'I he( latt
yers have comblinetl for'Jtldgel Cothran''l
prh i a -b"'n:"ly "to a ptu11 r151t the otlil'1' : oif
.tt(lge atnl tOlitC it,Or." D)i,I not hh ' litin
ALI lt .\\ w) wa I % tit to c niille w ith
A1ile-oti, Ocone itle IPirken :it gain--t
.In!' ('othrt 'ts-iln ly tb.'cante hti, uta
:tn .\',b('villt ntan ' h- ". .n =ai-t'n/y'}
1 r. .l(,h1)(n-ton! i an (tli en t k r: iii !
whi l lh is : I ie lia,ter of the art
of 11..I1 r. r i h able tn (hamlil
I)( .e (1:'i uieI P'C.i1-. the(re i- "a l r
<-oilt-iil e-it ii \ :W t-rrt w l' .> :Y 1,-'ll in r
Ihat he. wa: th" to:ln th:at wtan1t1't to
"t hrol,tIh-'' Oh'! A'.ricnltttral ll'r.au :anul
t.hr-',1 h it tlbei tter.--t of th-- farti.-r; an1l
now th" far tr, prop 1 tt throttl" him.
T-a r llitt- t-' t , ar' e tl:h .itt .li'n
t) :u- I/1i in .'tli": - 0 1 ; lw e '.,il't N1'uit
any .\r. tJohtn-t l a in ut'- :t aNy rie.
N o. -l : it.: ui Jr ! a :btan a; :ll tnh "
ia- a'. '.t . n - ti h,, 11aplpry a: '! t e lii..
tr '"at ' ('!. t'ir r ," t'til.--.\ ' ' r 1 tr'la ,:1
iii r;tt .-'tim.[aI li- 'sloa dii. i
Th ':;(~ru 1on 'Tri:t:.-Whatt at .halror
ta imr -a t ht
lit ta . tf. t ht i t I : .li taa --
tat ting mat h ph-. It-. Thait e aIit
oint t i ' .1 ih- it t'e,.i r ..'ini, - wvi.) I.
tetiti- htatl lii-: th wt' I -' ...----i l sil'.e hi ir
set, Ihe cari eoe te h r - h
1it1 Irt' 11E t.t.---Fle'1r - 1t-iu i,ot I l it Ih
:att of 1 xit, Ihr'1 t trcig ith .Very .i:-or
t - al.i ' - , It h s . atl lw:,t!'iii'
iia r ain: u i s l t t. i p-,t. <,u o f ,..th
.'ele iti --whogt natal tii,stc \ it'l aiialj ot
ti helSateitlatupit a'egsnai ho
brni :stll ogat ubuiti-h l tim ic tli: aly
fon' hi. a t vt al. Iti I lit tise it a w if'
1t t0 this r en rkh e fi' e i-- il w ar m>i
pul he<l intd tho t'reis [tin jttannt' r has an
intst ance io ltet e r nqaitlnlt If par
The~~ natlitro H thet' l'reissu alnt. li ve:-r
giblyt riarksa ta' hait.hl s nort lia ieve It'
ritaitst t ve Iit tnelltets tin' tlven titent of
the inatell~aient i' respaectabe porttin'
aot Ahhevle orit.'
'[lie (allnot'o nlaie si- anas asserIVtin by
fats. At . v ery o htial 'a' that m ai it i
theo .ir5or h"aeubeenifor acinital coin
oth.or'i1 words,at to m the juros,a tema
tairissatit osaneruai hattse tha: stevar.
(lct<! ott .~ rttee thel is eu n otfySt'tss t Ah-'
beie illag he migahtin atIe meahurle
havS wit'Piii ten t e of th , fors htia likt the
averaa citi/ his a p t to ti that apt'e
"ourt.1ott otIs athe la countal,int faette
wh tate , W osri rather to 'oi'lit , he r
the:i'afilsitn, tvilitc' th st lit'n omur"
Ir: ntl"i te gealatt wav tacircages
Iar~o tt' fe 'ord." llat
Th ceitora f~i the l '~ atls tagnaer
has tn oti o as for thei brillitoti ant etiu
isi IeIis of iy' 1eru3o' 1tievta i coun tsel.
andtead, 'oh tallo's to theri I ke's an'itneia
oTy, 1l1thi ii onlysrasdb
the musig paad. ofia .a.aither Abeville
gvh sysinhi dispath to's' ila' ar,
Bts ridesha tho L.hr ead
'Ierguson on th eoaui-sotaslfiI lefee.
ha fthey edtitor oft t 10es Al Ban-t
auo l a ialy il fa'att a of tli alil airence t
mes. Wetia ihave~' tgiven at1 ver.ie, aie
he'aring' a(t th evidence fa'rdtin'g tothe
lawi awal th evidenc ana l acicor ing to
t'aj he dittei o lur tonsciences,' reard-s
less ta'i of fer aorta or aecution.l,a'
nurll atoeo thea devotin a mIa:i'l forenti.
tifalnt iplt'atd by FergusIo(aa oaf unasitai
anf i cnt'o I i iive ':ar1 S thre heer
7-7.A-it S. C'I'ur aoret Cagn tii.
ONE; DAY TI
'"Tlhit+ lg tit mutton is u ver-diOne; tnk
Your riv"erencee," re10ed1 11li d. "t-ho
rejinedt her mn aster. t", I t.h t i e a s
m'itties, they t, it all event ,.hall n(o
eotreet.i n." ()h, th:tt p)r( h,' wou ldi t
('O rct 10i " i) 1n mOr(' mp1O ':tn- n-lt.ter
atla t.be Iiith ie-: V. ltih' e:
1,'cfyj'r "''OFv 1. P5 it
COV IL1~ UPi ~i Il
it :'I hI eI t i' it t 1 ni er
(a.Or e 11s, i u' V tvr y to in bt . : part,iel
old Paths," nty, they literally wIllow
blessing+ at ( helps tit vi I' t e p they
ecIng efon - -a; it.s owI 111n44I. ,I
yard wie, "i're(e (rom starch" b)llnchli
:lne's, and yor u trt.o hew out, i lo(
something to make that warm lrooimt o
to have anl awning over that tumny wv
tmall b)oy to little :i' rl, "1 you w:
reflection, "Yes." Small boy, ' Then
deli ishow t.i eo hia( ' they wveatrt Cl
thing befIore you pay 1.) 1r Ma0da
We have reduced the price to 75e.gl
"'takes" with the people, we buy that '
otber. We can' sur'e!y auit yout inl Pet
handlkerchief', juist coulnt on its not fa<
styles to select f'rom. 11ctt(nr see Lhbet
you mllAy thiink we have nothlinr; but C,
have shoe's :11' the way from $1.00 up1
for $;1.00-vail, skin, as plain ats can l:
play,'' andI the music swcells out gradlu
And-'now is th time fir uraleI S t
the nI'xt 3 !: !t"ay I w'!! ;." myL ttI,Ir( :t.)
Dry Goods, Clothing,
.r*~k \'r it~2 ~' ~ ' 3
R'. garle'V of:3. V mAnomir h
I do, no n o rl' : ri: r 1 I" , b .l,1
LEADER OF L
148 1VAIN #
WXoniderful inuduceentis w il
sele(ct.ed CLOT)'lLi XG( of chOi,
adl g :uranteei the best littin
Aly stock of Assorted F El /
and fresh, up to the latest styki
GENTS FURNISHIIN( G
consisting of all the latest shap
COLLARS, in Lineni and Pap
TRUNKS A NI) V ALISIC
mauB f'act urerIs' prices, 1havino
line of goods for eashi at bol omn
to nmy trade whlo wil fa 1ivor mue
in viewv of theo hard t imes I.
at such low pices as wil] I stoii
M ly (OASSIMAlEl E SUL~IT'S ;m
v'arietyV, at the cheCapest possi bI
My Stock of Light I \Veigu
A LPAOC'AS, 1)R lA B 1)ETA JR
of every na;tur LIPs or 1:, l;ir
is simply1% tooj hu'~Irg to g2iv %'';yI%
Slua.ICjlit Pr pr iO . i .- g.bi'3
148 ainjj Street,
D HIS OOO1.
i it. back and do it less." "Plaxe
thing is iiossible." "Well, then,"
n to you, that if you must mnake
1 he or such gravity as to preclude
s-ver make milakes that "preclude
00.tuil or buying I)ry Goods. But
' ry Goods Stores
eloap g<ll another, mleanl, costly'.
; W ,the "ighltninr; conductor, t(
r' u b %ou tro placed. There are
r ol c .;terp rihe. '"'They stand iib le
in high prices; so instead of being
are hindrances and stumbling blook;.,
-lir>1- the gool of its customers, thus
rarn. t.heretore, that we sell heavy,
tg Ior se. Try to find it outside of
k of marble with a razor. .We've got
1' yours pleasant. Wouldn't you like
indow at home?
lmlt to ho my wire?" Little girl, after
pull o i my boots." Children always
ine's Lisle Thread Hose. Do any.
ne ''hompaon's perfect fitting eor8et,
Venever we find that a pearl button
'ery same button over again, and none
rl buttons. I f you buy our 12je. linen
ling. Linen collars and cuffs, fifteen
n1 all. Remarkably cheap. At first
ustly shoes. That's a mistake. We
to $3.25. Not much shoe can be had
e. But at $1.50 the "band begins to
ally all the way uip to $3.25.
BEN H. CLINE.
hat hi for cash to get bargains. During
Hats, Trunks, &c.,
NE'w Goods that I ey ect to buy in New
t an exalination of the goods and prices
what we advertise. If you want to
be offered this spring in "fresh
c rnanuifnet ure, correct styles,
kND STRAW HATS is large
s and at lowest p)ossible prices.
001)S in the greatest variety,
'as in celebr'ated CUFFS AND
ar, at saerifice prices,
i will be off'ered this season at
boughit very largely in that
pr'ices, 1 will give the benefit
with their call or order.,
havo dleternmIIned fto selJ chpige
s, lHROADTAILS SUITS
ish an~y purchaser' in that line.
e of the corset fittings, in every
C loth es in S ERSUCKER,
"varie'ity at corriPsponding
(il 4)li l'NS' (OLOTH1cG
:1i'description of their stylos,
ill be offerecd, beyond any
1.at so.g'i'fied ppices, .1 ,)i
Va rioI ies of D)ingon als, Cassi
IAI;lapacenst in suits or jin
one in want in these times~
(your~ order 0or call wvhen you
y.our cheapest bar'gains at
olumbia,S C ,