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EVERY WEDNsbAY AT
NEWJ1RRY, S. C.
' Journalistio Jpring.
The people of Virginia and North
Carolina are clamoring for the aboli
tion of the war tax on tobacco, and
the News and Courier says let them
go out of the Democratic party, or
words to that effect, if they are not
willing to submit to this infamous
and unjust war tax, rhe News and
Courier is not a safe leader. We
want the war tax repealed and we
want Virginia and North Carolina in
the Democratic column. We will
will feel very lonesome about these
States in the next Presidential elec
(News and Courier.)
The Augusta Chronicle is not wil
ling "to let Virginia slide." We
have no desire that Virginia shall
slide into the Republican party, if
that is what is meant, but we had
rather lose the electoral vote of Vir.
ginia and North Carolina, too, than
assent to legislation which is intrin
sically wrong, as being contrary to
the interests of the American people.
We approach this subject, Mr. Chron.
icle, as Americans, not as spoilsmen
The News and Courier is not a fair
antagonist. It presents only its own
side. The Chronicle presents public
opinion, and never refuses a fair and
full hearing on all public questions.
The Chronicle favors protection for
American industries, but it favors
and (protects free trade in the free.
dom of speech and the freedom of
the press. The News and Courier
protects monopoly, because it refuses
to give the other side a hearing in its
(News and Courier.)
Our bland-worded Augusta con
temporary says that we refuse to give
"the other side" a hearihg in our col
umns. 'T'his is another no-such-thing.
We publish whatever we think is
worth publishing and reading, with.
out reference to the doctrine it incul
cates. But we do not feel under any
obligation to publish every long
winded letter that any donkey
chooses to send us.
Will the News and Courier answer
this question: "Is the writer on the
tariff, under the nom de plume of
'Tariff Reformer,' the same person
who wrote some time ago in the News
and Courier under the signature 'B.
(News and Courier.)
Our inquisitive contemporary, the
Augusta Chronicle, wants to know
whether the writer of the able article
on the tariff, under the nom de plume
of "Tariff Reformer," is fomebody
who wrote something else. We can.
not see that there is any pertinence
in the question. Let our contempo
rary deal with facts and arguments.
'rThe name is nothing. We nevet
dream of isking what particular Sol
01mon1 is disporting himself in the
ediitorial columns of the Chronicl<
at any time, and for his sake, we fre
quently prefer not to know.
( Augusta C'hronicle.)
The Netos and Courier is a rabkd
free trade advocate. It heads th<
letter of Representatives Henderson,
WVise and Randall to, Speaker Car
lisle "Traitors int thte Camp." The
News and Courier does not represent
the views of the peole of South
Carolina on the iniquitous internal
revenue system Gf the government
any more titan it (did when it advo
cated the renomination for governoi
in 1876 of thte notorious Gov. D. 11.
Chamberlain, as the head of~ the pro
p)osed "Fusion Ticket."
( News and Courier.)
Let us try to note some of the very
comical misstatements in the Chron
icle. It says that tihe News and Con
rier "advocated the renomination foi
Governor, in 1876, of the notorious
Governor D. II. Chtamberlain, as thc
head of the prop)osed fusion ticket.'
Well, if we' had, we should not bc
ashamed of it; but, as a matter ol
fact, we did not.
Gettinig Matez'Ial for Smnalla' Contest
J. HI. Ostendorff and W. N. Taft
two old Radical hacks, were In town
last week taking testimony In th<
contested ease of Smalls ag ainal
Col. William Elliott, recently elected
to ~the 50th Congress. Smalls wai
represented by ex-Postmaster W. N
Tiaft, of Charleston, a4d Col. Elliotl
by Capt. F. M. Wannamnaker, of th<
Orangeburg Bar. The testimon)
taken was in relation to the Forl
Motto Federal box. Ti box wai
not produced before the commission
ers when the canvass was made, the
commissioners declining to receiy<
the box, upon the ground, that it has
not been duly returned and delivered
to the board. The testimony adducec
will afford Smalls but little comfor
in his contest. The colored peopl4
were utterly indifferent to Smalls
candidacy, and show no Interest ii
thte result of the contest. Col. El
iiott's case was admirably manage<
by Capt. Wannamaker, who wal
more than a match for both Taft an<
Ostendorf in their efrorts to manu
f'acture testimony and political cap
Ital for the would-be Congressmat
Smalle.-Orangeburg Times and Demn
The S3upreme Court of Washingtoi
Territory has decided that the bill grant
lng sufihage to women is uneonstitution
al. The Act was passed by the Legle
ltatutre of 1885 and women have beel
The Prohibitionists of Laurens.
Aco ring to the action of the re
cent rohibition meeting, the follow
ing committees are appointed tc
circulatE petitions praying the Coun
ty Commissioners to submit the new
Act to the voters of the county:
Laurens C. H..-A. H. Martin
Mrs. T. B. Crews, Mrs. S. D. Gar
lington, Mrs. O. Burgess, Mrs. J. J.
Laurens-W. H. Hellams, F. L.
Milam, J. D. M. Shaw, D. D. Simp
son, Juo. Moore.
Souffletown-W. P. Patterson, W.
P. Cooley, J. Wade Anderson, Dr.
C. A. Saxon, R. 0. Hairston.
Youngs-0. G. Thompson, C. R.
Wallace, R. L. Henry, W. P. Harris,
S. T. Stewart.
Dials-R. Abercrombie, M. A.
Knight, Rev. Y. C. Counts, Geo.
Woods, W. C. Curry.
Sullivan-W. G. Gambrell, 11. D.
Mahaffey, A. Huff, S. D. Glenn, J. B.
Waterloo-J. M. Shell, J. R. Wat
kins, L. T. H. Daniel, E. Ed. Smith,
Wade 11. Henderson.
Cross 11111-Dr. E. T. McSwain,
M. M. Teague, Henry Thompson, W.
P. Turner, W. T. Austin.
Hunter-J. B. Parrott, Adam Ber
ley, Rev. D. P. Boyd, Dr. Alsey Ful.
ler, W. D. Boyd.
Jacks-J. L. Simpson, T. J. Duck
ett, R. C. Dillard, R. P. Adair, D. T.
Other persons having petitions,
and whose names do not appear
above, may report through any one
of the committee. It is desired that
the petitions be signed and returned
by saleday in March.
The petition is as follows:
"SoUTH CAnOLIuA-LAUIRENS COUN
To THE CoMMISSIONEns OF ELECTION
FOR LAUIENS COUNTY : Pursuant to
an Act entitled an Act to submit the
question oflicense for the sale of spiri
tuous, malt or intoxicatiug liquors
in Anderson and Laurens Counties
to the qualified electors thereof, &c.,
&c., the undersigned citizens and
real estate owners of the county
and State atoresaid, would respect
fully ask that you order an election
on the third Tuesday in August, A.
D.. 1887, for the purposes and ac.
cording to the provision of said Act."
Suitable printed blanks are being
sent to all the above. If any fail to
receive them, apply at Laurens C. H,
to C. L. Fike, or the undersigned.
J. D. PITTS, Chm'n.
Editor Wilson's Advice to Cliutoia
'Tihe Laurensville Herald publishe
a notice to the effect that efforts arc
being made to establish a newspa
per at Clinton. The people of thal
town would do more for the town by
electing an editor who would writ<
up the town and send it the Herak
for publication. To publish a news
paper at a small town is an expen
sive experiment, without any ade
quate return for the money thus
spent. A 'newspaper to reflect an3
credit on a town must cost consider
able money, and indefinite amoun1
of hard work.
Yesterday morning, about 80 'clock
two white men made an attempt t<
break in the door of the Broad rive
bridge keeper, Mr. Adam Buff, ar
aged gentleman, with axes. In th<
house were Mr. Buff, his wife and
daughter. The scoundrels cut out
whole panel of the door. when the~
saw Mr. Buff waiting for them with
double.barreledl shotgun. They ther
fled. 'rho object was to rob th<
keeper of the tolls he had collected
even if they had to commit murdei
to accomplish their purpose. Ti<
president of the bridge company wil
pay $25 for the capture of either oi
both of' the villains.-Columbia Rec
ord, Fe'b. 9th.
Service was held In Lambeth Pale
Champel at London, to commemorate th<t
anniversary of the consecration there
in 1787, of the first Bishops of the Epis
cop)ai Church ini Ameriea. Among thos<
who took part were the Archbishops o:
Canterbury, the Bishops of London am
Winchester, and Bishops Potter an<
Lyman, of America. The Dean o
WIndsor performed the service. Instea<
of a sermon, Bishop Potter delivered at
eloquent address sketching the histor:
of the Church in Ameriea and its con
neetion wvith the English church. Thm
Archbishop of Canterbury celebrate<
communion. United States Ministe
Phelps and many other Americans at
tendled the service.
Prof. John DeLeon, the astronome
of New York, who was convicted of ini
duclng young girls to go to Panama fo
an Immoral purpose under pretext e
finding work for themi, was sentencee
to fifteen years imprisonment at lhar
labor in Sing Sing. This is the maxi
mum punishment of the law..
Mr. Parnell's malady is reported t
be Brights disease. It is thought prol
able. that he will* be able to stand th
I strain of his Parliamentary work. Il
event of his enforced retirement, Mm
Hlealy will probably succe,ed him in th
leadership of the Irish party.
It is semi-ofiiclally stated that a conm
plete ontente has been reached by Prum
sia and the Vatican on questions c
church and State, cementing the reil
tions between that government and thm
A dispatch from Rome says that
consistory will be held there on the 7t
of March next, and 'that the Pope's alk
eution will nairm, with increased oni
phasis, the prlneilol of the temporu
power of the chureh.
The new managers of thme Georgi
-Central Rlailroad gives preference t
Hlenry George is opposed to'prohib
We Agree With You.
The People takes off its, hat to edi
tor Kirkland of the Sourherk Chris.
has Advocate for writing "Measles
is" and for refusing to publish a
communication from Mrs. S. F. Cha.
pin on the "Woman's Suffrage bove.
ment of the Woman's Chrietian Tem.
perance Union." "The good women
of the South will have none of this
abomination." Through our columns
the ladies of the Allendale W, C. T.
U. published their indignant protest
hot on the heels of the announce.
ment of its decadence from a high
and holy mission to associate -with
the unsexing vagaries of Susan An.
thony and Elizabeth Cady Stac,ton.
For Columbia Township to refuse
to subscribe, as propospd, to the Co
lumbia, Newberry and Laurens Rail.
road would be a backward step which
we are satisfied that no such intelli.
gent and progressive community
could venture.- Colunbia Record.
A Torr@le arica 0er0 111
A FATAL MISTAKE.
TrE Cleveland (Ohio) Press,
of February 23d, 1883, pub.
lished an account of a fatal
suwgical operation which caused
a great commotion among med
ical men throughout the whole
country, Dr. Thayer, the most
eminent surgeon in Cleveland,
pronouncing it scandalous. It
appears that a Mrs. King had
been suffering for many years
from some disease of the stom
ach, which had resisted the
treatment -of all the physicians
in attendance. The disease
commenced with a slight de
rangenient of the digestion,
with a poor appetite, followed
by a peculiar indescribable dis
tress in the stomach, a feeling
that has been described as a
faint "all gone" sensation, a
sticky slime collecting about
the teeth, causing a disagree
able taste. This sensation was
not removed by food, but, on
the contrary, it was increased.
After a while the hands and
feet became cold and sticky
a cold perspiration. There
was a constant tired and lan
guid feeling. Thenfollowed a
dreadful nervousness, with
-gloomy forebodings. FinaHy
the patient was unable to re
tain any food whatever, and
there was constant pain in the
abdomen. All prescribed remn
edies failing to give relief, a
consultation was held, wvhen it
was decided that the patient
had a cancer in the stomach,
- and in order to save the patient%a
Mean operation was justifi
. le. Accordingly, on the 22d
ctf February, 1883, the opera
I *n was performed by Dr.
Vance in the presence of Dr.
'T'uckermnan, Dr. Perrier, Dr.
Arms, Dr'. Gordon, Dr. Capner,
mnd Dr. Haldliwell of the Police
B oard. TIhe operation consist
eI in laying open the cavity
e- the abdomen and exposing~
use stomach and bowels. When
this had been done an examnin
iition of the organs was made,
Lut to the horror and dismay
of the doctors there was no
cancer to be (.>und. .The pa
tient did not have a cancer.
When too late the medical men
discovered that they hed made
a terrible mistake; but they
sewed the parts together and
d'ressed the wound that they
S. had made, but the poor woman
sakfrom exhaustion and died
in a few hours. Howv sad it
r must be for the husband of this
poor woman to know that his
wife died from the effects of a
suvrial operation that ought
nvrto have been performed.
Ifthis woman had taken the
prIoper remedy for Dyspepsia
- tudi Nervous Prostration (for
this was what the disease really
.was), she would have been liv..
i ing to-day. SHAKER Err1aAOr or
lloo'rs, or SmGLic'S CURwwI
- SYRUPu, a remedy made ex.
pres~sly for Dyspepsia or Indi.
-gostion, has restored many such
cases to perfect health after al]
ot her kinds of treatment have
Sfailed. 'The evidence of its
-eflicacy in curing this class of
cases is too voluminous to be
published hereo; but those whc
read the published evidence iri
e favor of this dyspeptic remedy
do not question its e-nvincin
.nature, and the article has ar
This powder never varies. A marvel of q
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in competition with the multitude C
of low test, short weight alum or phosphate t
Dowder. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAKING
POWDER Co.. 100 Wall st.. N. Y. $II.12-1y. 1
We will continue the Job Department a
of the HERALD AND NEws, and guarantee a
sutisfaction to all who favor us with their I
patronage. A. C. JONES. I
W. P. HOUSEAL. R
Newborry, S. 0., Jan. 5th, 1887. t
SERVICE AFLOAT, f
Or, The Remarkable Career of the Con- a
federate Cruisers, Sumter and
By Admiral Raphael Scnmec, C. S. N.
A work superbly Illustrated with1 15
steel engravings and 8 chromo-tinted
battle scenes, has just been issued by
the Baltimore Publishing Conpany, Bal
timore, Md., with the above title. This
is an authentic history, by the great Ad
miral himself, of those fatuous Cruisers
that played such havoc with the Ameri
can shipping during the War between
the States. Over $25,000,000 worth of
property was destroyed; a fact unpar
alleled in naval warfare. 1hd recital is
most thrilling; the work fills a niche in
Confederate history heretofore vacant.
The book is complete in one royal
octayo volumn of 833 pages, and is sold
only by subscription.
For terms, etc., apply to the publisher,
or Capt. A. P. Pilfer, Newberry, S. C.,
who is general agent in South Carolina.
Capt. Pilfer is also general agent for the
sale of "Father Ryan's Poems." Agents
Ask your retailer for the JamesMeans* 3 Bhu.
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oriialn $3 Shoe. Beware of imitations which ac
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iLulld upon the reputation of the original.
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ontlemen, $3 SH O E.
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formation how to yget this
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Our eek-t,ratet factor pouces a Iargerqu atity
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Full line of the above shoes for sale in
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T. 8. PAGE, No. 41 West 31st St . New York
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th ar tstorn color wheni
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H IN DE RCOR NS.
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act it is often remarked that WRIBHTd
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his is admitted, there are those, who
rompted by selfish motives, would sup
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hey sell them higher," to this we only
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STYLE & FIT.
T ~IIPURSE CA"N
The style and fit. of a garment is more ha
,ortant to people of the nicost tast*i) than the
"ost of at fabric. and the reader will please
ear in mind that I have got the upper hold on
3tyle and fit. The best cilothing-suoh as tis
stock certainly is - equals In all respects the
mnJoritj' of oustom work. Which,, then, shll
it be, common tailoring or fine, good fitting
y llor*mod and the Patent Squar
Trousers ave stopped bu (fredesof senibh
peole fo going to th delayig antd disap
poitin talrse ilet carY l piou ha
saedthle Comarn, Ca ol ve,t.
ceerdI wlsti aent he a have iscm
ragainsi luminua wayan8.ac Sit
n ofingf tematmeti lidwt l thecs
Gen' Friing hods reae y wilt
findt colet bra uerear. psi etrn r ad
ats 1in al ft8ie ates ~ies. and sIzsT
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aso a celeated aenpnt aned foa
wayoLss re tion, the favoits aSecIn
ha a tlie ofThsfroAT at 0 H SlTh.
ever reospectmatrio e saisan. llu and
For ale styc adruite. PrDo,ugl cns $30 Sho.
l. A-.cROiNSONy &I C. PRiCiOA
Pocket np and Talhe Ctledry
OUIS, CLDS ANSTRUMEN, nit
Newbe. TrOAT S. CH1ST.
pIces ben maeansed terman yef s pamnd
dred ls bto trileto ro m.e7U01iete
Fa, b aldushtk, Bre, ent nd bron
H.A.N RIS ON,C.POREO
Id $ LalrilodpitsSuh Ifte
Jeatry n estin, you,w oe
Pocke B ate*Stnd Table Ctery
Nfwbrry,8. . 1.1.nf
It ZIN tt D*0NBBS i9,
(Trains run on 76th ,o i; l 6 ase0,a
Leave olumbia, . i,. RO.
-. ewbers ,. ..::. - -
......... c..::........... .:
ti re nwood ......i..",.:, v0~
Arive Greenvlle ...
- Laurep ..........
" Abbe vlle ....:......
4 parta nburg....
.W alhalla.... . . ....,.. .<g
Leave Walhalla. .. . *
Seneca ....... ...... .7a
" artanburg.....t :.
* Greenville..... .. ..O '
Greenwood........... - .
"t Newberry .......... .
Arrive Columbia.......... .... .
o. makes lese Connootion for Atlapla*y
o" A naakes close connection for Aug4
and 0iarleston at Columb a.
. L. rb,len. "Pass. A net,;
Ass Agt. Colunb ,il,
lio. a, roff & Manager.uosta1E
Coando>hao|d A tohedua,.
TRAINS GOING SOUTH.
DATED July 12th,1885, No 48. NO
Lv. Wilmington...............8 20 P. lO X - 1
Lv. L.Wacoumaw.........t---..9 49 " 11:1 *;e
Lv. Marion....................118 '" 3 A,i
Arrive Florence ........ -.19 $
Sumter........-.....44AM. 484 +t
t Columbia.---......-..640 " 640 c.
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
No 4. No. 47.
Lv. Columbia ............ i ' D
Arrive Bumnter- -...-.....----... 116 05 '
Leave Florence................4 30 P M. 5 07"A. M
Lv. Marion........ .....5 14 ' 6 83
Lv. L. Waceamaw ..............714 " '744 "'
Ar. Wilmington...............883 "t 007 "
Train No. 43 st s at all.Stations.
Nos. 48 and 47 only at Brinkley'a
Whitville; Lake Wacoamaw. Fair Bluff,
lichols, Marion, Pee Dee, Florence, Timmons.
ville, Lynchburg, Mayesvllo. Sumter, Wedge
field, Camden Junction and Laeto br.
Passengers for Columbia and all points en
C. & G. It11., O , C. & A. It. R. Stations, Aik n
Junction, and all points beyond, should take.
No. 48 Night Ex ress.
Separate ' Pullman iopors for 8avannah
and for Augusta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Flo.
rence for Columbia, Augusta and GeorgitA
points via Columbia.
Al trains run solid between Charleston nn
JC)I*I F. IDIV1T.
T. M. EMERSON, Gen'l Pose Agt.
South Carolina Railway Company.
COMME dCINO SUNDAY NOV. 29 1885, at
6.06 A. M., Passenger rr.ains Will run -as
follows, "Eastern time :l
TO AND FROM OHARLESTON.
Depart Columbia at.... 0.30 a m 6.97 p m
Due Charleston............1100 in 9 00 p m -
Depart Charleston........ 7.20 a m 5.10 pr m
Duo Columbia.............10.85 a mn - 10.00 p m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXoEICT'9UNDAY.)
Depart Columbia. .0.80 a M. 5.08 p in 5.27 p m
Duo Camden......12.37 p m. 7.42 p m 7.42 p in
WEST DIAILY EXOEPT SUNDAY.)e
Depart Camden......7.45 a m 7.48 am 8.16 p in
Due Columbia.....10.25 a in 10.85 a m 10.QO P In
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
Depart Columbia.......... 6.30 a m - 57 p m
Due Augusta.............11.85 a m * 10.25 p to
Depar t A ugusta.0... .05 a in. 4.40 p to
Due Columbia.....10.85 a iiu . 10.00 p m
Made atColumnbia with Columbia and Green.
yille R ailRoad by train arriving at 10.85A.i.,
and departing at 5.27 P. M. At Columbia
Junction with Charlotte, Columbia and Au.
gusta Rail Road by same train to and from
all points on both roads.
Passen gers by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York -
and on Tuesdays and Fm idays with steamei*
for Jacksonvilie and pints on the St. John's
River; also with Chareston and Savannah
Railroad to and from Savannah and #11
points in Florida.
At Augusta with Georgia and .Central
Railroads to and rom all points West and
South. At Bilaekvi le to and from ointa on
Blarnwell Railroad. Through tioke& can he
purchased to all points South and Wemt, by"
. QUEEN, A ent, Columbia.
JOHN IB. PECK, eneraJ Nanager.
D. C. A LLEN, Gen. Pass. and Tiekot Agh.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington, N. 0., Feb. 18 1887
Charleston and Columbia and
Uipper South Carolina.
Leave Charleston, - -- .0 m
" Lanes, .. .. - .2
" Sumter. . , - 0,1ai
Arrive Columbia, . .5 . i
" Winnsboro, - - .. 2 i
" Chester, - - - 4.8pi
" Yorkville, - - . .05pi
" Lancaster, - -. 7.1pn
" Rook Hill, - '- 5.8pi
" Charlotte, N. C., - 0.5pi
" Newberry, B. C., *- 1.1pi
" Greenwood, - .. .5 pi
' Taurens, - - 55 1
.Andersop, .. - 5.0pi
".Greenyllie, , 0,. p
" Walhalla, 4.5 -~
" Abbeville, - .. 45 3
:: S artanbur - ' '
Leav Hcnorsoviil, N.0.,7.00 a mn
Waihala, -8.42 a ml
Anderso, - - 0.41 a mi
P ren d,- 128 p mn
" Newbery, - - ..07 p im (
Charltte,N. C, - 7.00 p II "
" RookHill, - * .02 p mn
or yle, .~ 1.01 p m'
" Will nsb.r2,p 13 '
" Columia, .43 p m
ArriJe Smter -5.40 p m -
*~ harestn, -~ 0.45 p-t
ton 8. nderson4 a. e in. , rre 7.J30bl p' - '
Colmbalhalla,r s8oo ai
" Geevile, - ,1.0 c.m
- "Calotte,fe C., -ta~e to0 p
"i Rlc o kHlls - 202p
-7 " Columbi)a, ,"
Ari. m t~erO - . - t6.4 p~4
"Caretnr, - - -nei 9.45'