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irU ',RT 11. AUIAL, EDITOR. tt
EVERY T j-Oe year, $1.50; six imoutis to
AE WBy months, 50 cent.s; two months,
one month, 20 cents; simgle
ents, payable in advaice- I an
A NOTED OF ADVERTISING.--1.00 per
ne first. in,ertion, and 5'0 ets. per ro:
Mrs. Andrew Jacfor e"ach subseqtent insertion. it
tress of the whjinare is the space of nine lines lie
Her Last a)revier type.
s in local column 1,? c. per line nut
insertion for one month, longer b
ruVIL., lates, w:th 25 percent added.
^rs S onable reduction made for ad- it
^ =1Mrs. Sarah ents bc the three, six, or twelve
leaving two c RT H. AULL, Prop)rietors.
4P. HOlCSEAI L to
drew. J ackson.
was an artiilerp 'EWBERRY, S. C, a
on the souther\a
utation, and MrsRSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1887. wl
One son, Sa'- "_ hi
Chicamnaugua. -ons for the removal of Mr. di
Mrs. Sarah Jmention of which was made
bered by but fe k, are not meeting with much lit
years--or nearlt seems. It is stated that di
most prominento signatures were obtained in el,
house. About t)ia. They have not been cir- a
adopted son, A -- x
cave received the first number a
Carolinian, a weekly news- ar,
deiphia, a you
ublished and- edited at Green- Ti
plishments, of gi
personal beauty C., by J. R. Shannon. We wi
who was a nepe the new sheet into the
brought his yound wish it a successful career. pi
house, where shtt number presents a nice ap
president, who - at
Jackson havin tit
e n bHERALD AND NEWS has fre g
called attention to thefact fa
dent. She pro
are was too much legislation, te
erae Jaughte ~peciaily too much local legis- be
eral Jackson The Augusta Chronicle has lo
The loss of his .
eon the same subject and
hadi changed h'
hl -letdrs n;the following from the New
letters -letters ;
oci nal of Commerce :
dring ai frre is too great a tendency to ha
iuring his firstcourts machines for the appli. ou
over his great of statute law to all disputes, (
time expired, be crimes, and require the er,
back to the heist technicalities in indicting on
n t ying accused persons, to limit n"
In time he .oad simplicity of the common in
and the famil reducing it to the close phrase- cl
was lost and )f statutes. The result is nat
straitened cirenough, that the people vainly h
died in 1R67, ie that to reform the vices and
alities of humanity nothing is wl
beautiful but new enactments of laws." b
white house-think it would be better if our i
est comfort aure would meet only once It
age-passed years. foi
She will be :.no
:_ o'clock. The th'
o'lok the herze time ago we published an ch
_ t bemt on the agricultural college hie
J n signed "D." Our local co- s
-trv thinks "D" is personally her
From the Men.ted in the non establishment C
In Japan clagriculteral college in South wi
of blocks of ga, and intimates that that is or*
The stockinV reason for opposing it. Is it w
having a sepile that a man cannot have an
toe.. As theg~ conviction on a pulshec ques- h
by the toes, tid express it except for per ity
sound as the [iterests? Suppose "D." is Prof. st
quite t -nni of the South Carolina College, wc
-o wr inot possible for him to have an a
injure the se opinion and express it with- ~
-floor. You jing so from personal interests?
door. Everdthink this question of an ag
erence to thegal college is too important a
for the fioor to rush right into without
it from both sides. It is a T
lno ou 5y:y matter to go a.ong with m
think it extr~ bree bad crop years and say do
a whole roon agriculture college will ben- He
shee farmer, that it is the very a
panese sho he
the foot. TJlhe needs, that all other pro- die
foot is only is have their particular schools, 'gil.
The hae at he has been neglected. Thepr
nals no dieels that he needs something. Ju
are crampecf only looking at the advan- th:
and ae i?he is likely, of course, to take wit
and re ifon
*They have and in many cases without g
and to ihrn to think. We think it is th
gers. Nea to view the disadvantages astr
us -f i as the benefits of such an insti
Eeyten, and to discuss the thing M
shoes cost y and dispassionately, and 1.it
__.ught the best thing, why then es- F
ch your agicultural college. We mo
never been convinced that it tht
~he best thing to do just now' Ca
A traveltre are cure we have no interest m
islands ge matter further than the wel- r
clams-so')f the farmer. We think the var
makes an i needcd to establish this col- th~
-the very'gan be miore judiciously spent tar
* times atteise, and where it will do the
quences- i more grood. We would like cor
falls to th40w what per cent of the young
uiany a ontho attend agricultural colleges
getting nik on the farm and make farm
tated sheliprofession ?
depths ne fro:
rcnl ONEY AND CHKARACTER." Ru~
of th'e pg Observer takes us smartly to aira
bottom ofand calls us dyspetic, and sup. Bo:
we have had an attack of "blue abl
oytrs " whatever that is, because,
gpg ith, we gave our obervations on
held biai .idency of this age to place toofr
in hle t;value on money. We would frl
impossible otbing to say in reply. if a Sp
wihit waitruction had not been placed b
bor. The ; observations by our contem- als
- -ind an'e wrote the truth and itra
erwihno'< efense. The attention of ice
- sur'a~e ge needs to be called to theva
* that too much value is placed o
hre money, and its influence is too at
-. dvr ful because of this over esti- t
gr , that is placed upon it. In our O
-et i rks we did not mean to particu
ore1. e by ccnfining our observations to I
his otheberry or any othcr particular st
e or locality, neither did we in- Pe
i1 to make any excLptions. p.l
- he HRALD ~AND NEWs has not a
the"bles"and has no ocso o
n o ave them. We have no com- of
~i rnts to make, and made none in- n
was hedtuaily. 'Neither did we make p
dation~ charges against the people of
and N~berry. of
enn .ere can be no successful denial thet
ing cr r-em
Jacksole fact that a good bank account ret
Culouja lor.g ways in fixing the stand-ta
bert, B"socially and otherwise,~ of the 'lia~
ung man here ami elsewhere. Of
urse if the young wan of moderate
ans has rich and moneyed in
ence they are sorth a great deal
help him to Lonor and position,
t without them, here in Newberry
d elsewhere, he will have a hard
id to travel, as the world goes now,
matters little how much character
may have. This is wrong. A
in's word should be as good as his
nd. Men sh'ould get money, but
should not be considered the all
portant thing to get.
"One has only to look around him
see" that the man who has money
s social standing, influence, char
ter as the world estimates it,
tether he had them before he got
money or not, and it makes little
Terence how he got it.
Money is valuable; there can be
tle doubt of this, but a man's in
ridual worth and standing here as
;ewhere depends largely on his
ility to have money.
It is creditable to make money.
e never questioned that. There is
mad rush for wet th-money-all
ound. We called attention to it.
ie -people should stop to consider
Iat all this money craze means.
We made no reflections on the pe(.
e of Newberry.
We only called their attention to
t evil which should be corrected in
ne. Let us looK at these things
.mly and dispassionately. Let us
ce the facts and correct the evil
ndency of tha age in this directon
fore it is too late. Let us stop
ng enough to think.
Monsey and Character.
The HERALD AND NEWS of last week
d a very grewsome editorial on "the
tlook for voung men of moderate
,ans." Let us hope that this editorial
not the result of observation or delib
ite judgment ; but, rather, that it is
ly an attack of dyspepsia that will
t last, or of the "blue devils", super
.luced by the long spell o: gloomy,
>udy weather, and that they will van
t away "when the clouds roll by" and
'e place to the bright autumn sun
Dur cotemporary is certainly wrong
en it savs - "A man here is sized up
d valued at what he can show as a
uk account. In other words, money
the test of worth." That is too bad.
is a very serious reflection on the peo
here. And it is utterly without
indation. We venture to say there is
place freer from moneyed aristocracy
t this; no place where personal
iracter and personal worth are more
hly esteemed. Money is not the
t of worth here, by any means. One
r only to look arGund him to see that
e, at least, "moral chaarcter, excellen
and intelkct" counmt for much more
m a "good bank necout", and that
ether one has a "good bank account"
no batik account at all, does not
ect his standing, socially or other
Ire, as ev-ery where, money is valued,
cause it is valuable ; and it is credita
to a man that he possesses the abil
and the diiligence in business that
ble him to make money. But one's
nding here depends on his individual
rth and not en the size of his bank
L REPORTED RESURRECT'ION.
k, the Dead Defaulting Treasurer of
Tennessee, Reported to be Doing
~Busir ss in the City of
IICAGO, September, 8.--A Chattanooga,
n., special says : Several years ago
rsh T. Polk robbed the State treasury
renessee of several hundred thousand
lars while serving as State treasurer.
fled, but was subsequently arrested
returned to Nashville. In due time
was reported to have sickened and
d. His body was shipped from Nash
e to Boliver, Tenn., where it is buried.
ow news comes that one Gamble, a
iinent citizen of Anniston, Ala., has
t returned home from an extended
t to the City of Mexico, and while
re he met Polk on the street and talked
h him. He made *investigation and
.nd Polk in business in that city. The
tir has created no little excitement in
part of the State. Gamble was well
ainted with Polk while he was
asurer of this State.
re Talk About the Expected Agree
ment on the Tariff.
VAsmNGTON, September 6.-Secretary
irchild arrived in Washington early this
rning. He went to Oak View during
>day, and spent several hours in con
ee with the President and Speaker
lisle in regard to a plan to be sub
ted to Congress for a reduction of the
plus. The arrival in this city of Con
smen Randall and Scott, of Pennsyl
tia, to-day has giveu a fresh impulse to
talk of expected agreements among
Democratic leaders of some method of
f reform. Mr. Scott is now at Oak
w, the President's Summer cottage.
.Randall said to-day that he did not
ie to Washington to talk about the
if but of course he could not tell what
'ht occur before he left the city.
A Cotton 3ill for Russia.
;r. PETERSBURIG. September 5.-Advices
m Chardgin, on the Oxus, say that the
ssian court chamberlain, Mitchagoff,
nce Demnidoff and a party of million
as, are inspecting the cotton fields of
khara with a view to selecting a suit
e site on the line of the projected
narcand railway for a cotton mill.
Burning of a Catholic College.
IINCINNATI, September 3.-A special
m Huntingdon, Ind., says the Roman
holic college, at Saint Memnrad,
ncer County. was totally destroyed
tire. Loss $200,000. A Nvaluable li
ry of 15,000 volumes war destroyed;
a large c.ollectioni of old and very
e coins and a large mnu-eum. Total
S$200,000. No insurance. The col
e had just been repaired and reno
ed for the school trn, which was to
rin next week. The term will begin
the 19th and will be held in a convent
Ferdinand. The college will be built
er 120 Lives Were Lost h.y the
NDIANAOLIS. Sept ember 3.-A rail
d man in this city says that, from a
tement made fronm one of the Troledo,
>ria and Western company's em
yes, who worked at the Chatsworth
ck night and day ntil it was cleared
a., he is convinced that 12U persons
t their lives at thme place. This rail
.d employe says he personally knew
hat number oi bodies being taken out
Ld, which were shipped awvay to va
n parts of the coauntrv as rapidly as
ible. 'This evidence. is corroborated
the statements of resid"iuts of Peoria
iting h-ue. They say that a number
y-oung me-n went out to the s:en.e of
wreck on the tirst relief trair, and
a,ined all dlay. The'y statedl on their
r that they- had rcounted 110 bodies
en out upJ to the time they left, and
.t it was believed that several more
I been entirely consumed in the wreck.
MARRIED BY THE GOVERNOR.
A Runaway Match of Jew and Gentile It
in Columbia. 1
'"iecial to the tes and Courier.
COLUMBIA, September t;.-There is
not usually much romance in Columbia'' mi
busine-s circles, but there was erowdhl ''I
into one episode to-day enough of I his cla
salt of life to make amend for all past a
deticiencies in our commercial world. re:
Mr. 11. A. Iiarth is a young man of Lex- St
ington raising, who has lived in Corum- fo
bi:t for a number of years. He accumu- a
lated a compotency of six or eight thou- st
sand dollars by merchandising on Market wV
street. For some time past he has been ON
engaged in making loans at very snug II
rates of interest. No one would suspect m
him of the tendencies of a Romeo. Miss fa
Richael David is a pretty young lady of h:
Israelite faith, who-e family have been di
and at present are engaged in the cloth- bi
ing business on Market street. Mr. L
Harth has been the frisnl of Mr. Aaron si
David, the young lady's brother. He be
has been often in his store, and of course S
became acquainted with his sister. be
At 4 o'clock thi-. afternoon a repre- Ii
sentative of the News and Courier hap- UI
pened most oppoitunely to be in the t1
Executive Mansion. Governor Richard- th
son sat on the porch with an expectant Ct
expression upon his benign face. As nr
the city bell struck the hour a clo:-ed bi
carriage drew up at the eastern gate of b
the grounds, and three persons emerg- in
ing from it, advanced slowly up the 'I
walk to the Mansion. The Governor sa
advanced and greeted them at the door. re
They were Mr. H. A. Harth. Mrs. Meetze, f
Mr. Harth's sister, and Miss Rach:el PI
David. Entering the drawing-room of et
the Mansion, the party were introduced h?
to Mrs. Richardson and Judge Andrew fc
Crawford, who, like the representative lC
of the News and Courier, had happened M
a few minutes before to be in the draw- in
ing-room. Gover nor Richardson ,with a "
significant look, remarked to Mr. Harth w
that the business before them had better l
be dispatched. He placed Mr. Harth il
and Miss David in position and taking a
small Episcopal Prayer-book stood with L
his back to an east window of the room.
The Governor had constructed from the
materials in the prayer book a mnatrimo
n ial service which was short, sharp and
decisive. It only took five minutes for
Hampton Anderson Harth and Rachael
David to make their vows and he de
Clared by the Chief Magistrate of South
Carolina man and wife. I1
Every one who has heard the Gover- ft
nor's vibrant and impressive voice will t
know that he united his first couple in
a manner befitting a bishop. At the n
conclusion of the ceremony, his Excel- r
lency led the way to the dining-roon, tc
where the hospitality of the mansion was h
sustained by a refection of cake and C
wine. The health of the newly married
couple was drunk by the company and
some time was spent around the board. to
Mr. and Mrs. Harth left in time to take b
the 5 o'clock train for Augusta, Mr. y
Harth proposing to journey to Knoxville, bf
where he will establi.,h himself in the th
It may interest the ladies to know that to
the exigencies of the occasion compelled ti
Mr. Harth to wear a business suit, while fr
the bride had to content herself with an
aline silk, trimmed with velvet of the
same color, and a seal brown bonnet and C
plume. Mr. Barth, who had been ter
ribly nervous, was, after the ceremony, li
ecstatically happy. Mrs. Barth bore th
her enjoyment with less of outward ni
The marriage came about in this way:
Owing to the manifest aversion of Miss T
David's family to her marrying a Chris- ai
tian, the lovers arranged for a civil m:tr- gl
riage and flight. The Governor was re- rn
questedi to p)erform the ceremony. Be
fore consenting to do so lie satisfied 'e
himself that the parties were of amge and 18
that there were various precedents for to
his action. Time and place being de
termined, Miss David left her home amid
proceeded to a distant quarter of the
city, where she met Mr. Harth and his
sister in the closed carriage. Entering
it she was driven with themi to the Ex
WEARY OF THE WORLD.H
Deliberate Suicide of John M. Bramn
lett, at Ujnion. hi
Special to thse Register. B
UNIoN, Se ptember 5.--John M. Bram-. ct
lett, a young man between 21 and 23 m
years of age, committed suicide Satur- g
day night bet ween 12 and 1 o'clock by
taking some deadly poison. His body m
was found in bed in his room over D)r. w'
J. WV. Posey's drug store yesterday th
morning about 9:30 o'clock. No canmce ci
whatever can be assigned for his rash
act. He was from Laurens, S. C., and t
leaves a father, mother and several at
brothers. He has been clerking in Dr. thm
Posey's drug store for the past year and tL
was well thought of by the entire comn- a
munity. A note was found on a table b
in his room in his handwriting, saying:tl
"I am weary of this world. It has no .
charms for me. I don't believe in any JU
heaven or hell. I am a miserable being at
to behold. Don't grieve after me, dear tb
friends and relatives." -His remnainis
were sent to Laurens last night.
A Greenville Carpenter Hangs Himself S
in a Doorway. -b
Special to the Register.
GREENVILLE, Septemnber 5. -A
suicide under most distressing cir
cumstances, o'ccurred in Green ville
this morning. Matthew Donahoe,
white, a carpenter by trade, was
found at daylight this morning hang. la
ing to a rop)e, which he bad sus- h
pended from the top of his door. His to
family were all in the house, and the in
discovery was not made until his a
wife went to open the door. IIe was ar
hanging on the outside of the house. ci
When found, his body was still warm.
showing that the act had been corn- er
mitted in the early part of the morn-m
ing. D)onahone leaves a wife and a
large family of .children, and there A
is no known cause for his rash act,
as he seemned to be fairly prosperous
and all his business and family afM
fairs were goitng on smoothly-.s
Two prisoners escaped from the p
jail yesterday morning. They -nade lit
their escape by sawing loose the fast. st<
enings of the iron grating of the
door. The jail of Greenville seems.
to be somewhat insecure. h
Ammerlean Rights in MexIco- er
WVAsmso-rox. Septemnber 6.-In
formation received at the State de- At
artment from Mexico is to the effect
hat the United States repj-esenta.
tive at Piedra Gros has made a tel
torough investigation of the rcett
murder of Joseph II. Duval,.a Amer- nmi
ican citizen at San Rosa. It is at
stated that the Mexican authorities tic
arrested seven men implicated in the t
murder and sentenced all of them to
ten years' confinement in the peni-j
entiary. Pending a decision upon tn
an appeal from the sentence the v
prisoners have been sent to Monte
The Ives Wreck.
NE~w Yom:K, September 6 -The d
schedules in the assigznent ofIlenry di,
S. Ives &~ Co. hare been filed in the wi
Court of Common Pleas. They show ar,
liabilities of $17,666,175, nominal dii
assets$25,664,268, actual assets$400.- "'
000. The assignee's bond is for ~vt
FIRE IN COLUMBIA.
Startles Former Newberrians fro
heir Morning Sleep-1 he Damages.
:'pecial to the News aw Courier.
COLUMBIA, September G.-At twen
inutes to 4 o'clock this morning t]
tngor of the gongs of the reels whi<
shed up Kain street, awoke many pc
ns in time to enable them to dress at
ach the st reet before the city bt
-tek the alarmn of tire for district
nrth ward. The tire was in a one at
half story frame residence on 3a
reet, historically interesting because
is the only buildi:n on the street, :
-een Elnwood avenue and the Stai
ause, which was not burned by She
an in 1865. It was occupied by t
milies of Boland and May. The ti
Ad gained such headway before beii
scovered that only the shell of t
dilding was wrested from them. 3
R. Boland, who stood in the stre
rrounded by furniture, which h;
en saved from the hou-e, told t
ews and Courier Reporter that lie h
en awakened from sleep by the crac
g of the fire, and that when he start
the partition between his room a
ie one adjuiuin:g had been but
rough. lie barely e=caped lsefore t
iling fell in. The adjoining room n
toecupied and lie believed the fire
ev originated in it, although none h
en lit there for weeks. le could n,
fact, tell what had caused the ti
he furniture in the front rooms w
vedl. A stock of groceries, which h
cently been removed by Mrs. Bola
otn a store which she had occupied a
aced in one of the upper rooms, s
itirely d stroyed. The value of t
.use was about $1,800. Was insur
r $1,201). Salvages will reduce the t
ss to $3'0. The househobi furniture
rs. E. C. Boland was insured for $'
the Northern Assurance. It t
orth about $000. About $250 wot
is s-ived. The groceries were insur
Germania for $400. Mr. May's fur
re had $300 insurance on it.
EASE OF THE NORTHEASTEI
A Supreme Stroke by Wilmington.
Special to Chronicle.
CIIAItLESTON, S. C., September 6.
is known here to-day in well-i
rtned circles that a large Wilmit;
n. N. C., interest has leased f
nety-nine years the Northeaste
ilroad, which runs from Charle
n to Florence, S. C.. and which h
!en the rail connection betwei
arleston and the whole Eastern
ee Dee side of the State. The re
1 is said to he 5 per cent a ve.
it this is not certainly known. La
ar Wilmington, N. C., took 60,01
les of cotton out of South Carolit
at formerly came here. It is ha:
determine effects this early, b
e day has gone by when capit
oin one city having trade interes
advance is put out to help a riv
ty and market.
Chartoston seems, at this momer
ze ahonet's coffin, suspended
e air as to railroads. Her des
es are now dealt with in Pine-9
ew York and at Wilmington. N.
is for a city with $70,000,000
inual busisess. This seeming ap
y in business circles here is tl
ost surprising circumstance<
cord of any A merican city. The
mor.ey and brains here but it seen:
be sleeping a long, deep sleep.
A Sheriff Kills Four De'speradOes.
ALBUQUEQUE, N. M., Sep)temiber
-A desperate shooting occurred
olrook, A pache County, Arizon
which Andy Cooper and a b:
other named Sam Blevins we
led by Sheriff Owens, and Jol
evins and Mose R. Roberts woun
, the former slightly, the latt
ortally.- On Monday of last wet
teriff Owens learned that the fo
en had arrived in Holbrook at
re residingr in a small house ne
e railroad track armed with Wi
esters. The oflicer started alot
arrest thne desperadoes. Arrivit
the house lhe knocked and upt
e door being opened by Coopi
e officer informed him that the he
warrant fur his arrest. The rep
received was a bullet which passe
rough the sheriff's coat, withouti
ring him. Thne fire was return<
d Cooper fell dead. The shootit
en became general. Owens took
siion at the window. shooting
re of the men inside the hous
m Blevins, one of the killed, is
y only 14 years of age, but f'uliy
sperateas the rest.
Greenville RaIlroad Subscription.
Special to the Register.
GREENvIL.LE, September 5.
rge mass mneeting of citizens
is city and county was held lhe
day and resolutions were adopt
favor of a county subscription
00.000 to the Carolina, Knoxvil
d Western Railroad. Pronuinei
izens from Knoxville and Augt
were present, and the meeting w:
thusiastic and practically unar
s for the subscription.
Child Upmets anm Oil Stove Wil
CINCINNATI, Septenmber 3.--WI
s. John Martin, liviing in an upp
r on Clay street, was preparing sun
r by a coal oil stove last night, h~
te daughter, twvo years old, upset t1
ve, and the oil igniting, the chili
thing immediately took ir'e. 31
i.rtin snatched the child up and ri
-eaing down the stairs.- Meetil
r husband she gaive him the child, as
wrapped his coat about it and smont
dl the 11i.mes. The child died in ts
u's and the mother fatally- burned.
nother Att emipt at Trapu Wreckln
3HATSWORTH[. Ill., Sept. 3.-An t
pt wa., made to wreck the envenii
se'ger train ott the Illinois Centr
*ilroad yesteidry evening by son
screants placing a tie acro.-s tihe trai
a point half a mile south of this st
in, in a cut anid on a cunrve. The c
nction was inoticedl by the enaine
t as the engine was about to strike
e grade at t his point being up hi
( on a curve, ennableed him to stop t1
ein in a short distance, thereby pr
ting a serious accident.
LGCKPORT, Pa., Sept. 3.-The toewn
'ering from an epidemnic of bila<
>theria. Orit of a population of :
ple necarly half are down with t
ease and thirteen deaths have occurr<
thin the past five days. The victimi
seized with black vomit and usual
tin two or three days. An old viaduc
rich formed a part of the State cane
s destroyed by dynamite, leavir
Lnant pools of water, which, it
NEWS IN BRIEF. Nev
in An earthquake shock has been felt
at Bonn, Prussia. No damage was
0. B. Vhite. formerly of Charleston, the 41li
conniitted suicide September tat Gal- on Sati
Iy veston, Texas. Attend
Queen Victoria has directed that her --y o
r- jubilee gifts be publicly exhii,ited in s. ...
SSt.James' palace for three mnonths.
sll Over $7,tr00,(0 of Europe's gold
S. reached New York on Saturday, and NOtiCI
id $2,500,00 or more is on the way.
Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland have finally .
concluded the Constitutional Centen- I "l
nial celebration at Philadelphia. of bat
r- In Woolwith, Texas, on Friday last, S. C.,
he a ten-year-old girl was severely burned ber, 18
re in a vain atteimpttorescueheryounger and in
ig sister from a burning house. final (1
Ir The Theater Royal. at Exeter, En
' , gland, was burned Jonday night. )-S-5
, Over one hundred and fifty persons
e lost their lives, and sixty were injured. Stea
ad Prospecters are roaming about the By v
k- mountain country of Tennessee, seek- under
ed ing ore beds. Rich lead and silver have Hueitt.
nid been found in several localities. Roads,
The boiler of a threshing engine ex- Thurs
'as ploded near Mount Vernon, Ill., otn m a
to September 6, injnring five men, three Compa
ad of them fatally. time e:
t, A resolution denouncing the Knights ney, 0
re. of Labor has been defeated in the ( ,r- berry.
'as man Roman Catholic Convention at 9-s-4
lid The Baltimore and Ohio Rail-oad
-as has passed into the control of a syndi
he cate representing the intefests of the "My
ed Pennsylvania Railroad. with tl
et A rennion of Confederate soldiers Newbc
of will be held at Macon, Ga., in October Prospe
100 next. Ex-President Davis will be pres- able to
'aS ent to review a parade in which thirty line of
*th thousand soldiers will participate. old, or
ed . oods.
ei Duke Camposeluce, the millionaire "ood,
who married the daughter of the Singer * Wha
Sewing Machine manufacturer, has call be
died of heart disease, brought on by Bef,
the earthquake at Mentone.
Every effort is being made by Herr
Bebel and other Socialist leaders to so You
arrange the coming International So- what I
cialist Congress that German delegates
shall not be liable to punishment. STA,T
China as granted an American COI
company the exclusive right to erect CO:
n telephones in the treaty ports of China
4,. for fifty years. An embassy is in Chi- Robert
or cago, on its way to Washington, to ar
range for closer communications be
rn tween China and the United States. BY
8 A Washington correspondent says 14th Jt
as that President Cleveland has begun cry bel
n the preparation of his annual message, berry
or and expects to have the bulk of it ber, 1!
n- completed before he sets out for St. contair
Louis on the 30th instant. Fourth
' A bitter contest between the Cleri- lying a
st cals and Liberals is going on in Mexi- berry.
30 co. The former party opposes and the bounde
Ia latter favors closer relations with the roads,
rd United States. lands
ut The corn fields in the Dismal'Swamp Broie
al of Virginia is overrun with bears, and te
some of the farmers have killed or mTedn
is captured several in a single night. The r
Norfolk markets are well supplied with thh
bear meat. and to
t, An Ohio oil company has been twelve.
in formed in Lima, 0., by producers'who day of
i. intend to market their own product, the pre
and cut loose from the Standard Oil
' Company in that regard. Capital Mast
While Roy Sisk and Dock Street SA
atwo boys aged 16, were hunting doves SA
3e on September 6, near Huntsville, Ala.,
)n Sisk's gun was accidentally discharged, By J'
re blowing off his nose and the top of his H
sskull and causing instant death. to me
The International Medical Congress tration
is in session at Washington. The at- well H
tendance of delegates and their famai- Thes
lies amounts to about 5,000. The pro- monisl:
ceedings and all the papers will be credito
printed in English, French and Ger- deceas<
man. fore in
6. Stock exchanged hands in the New held a
at York Fxchange on Saturday at the rate 20th d
of 150,000 shares an hour, 2,500 a min- cation
a,p ute, as long as the hours of business noon.
,Lf! lasted. In its prime the Stock Ex- why tb
re change never bad much, if any, more be grai
a to boast than that. Give
d~. All vessels from the Atlantic cos of Sepi
rsouth of the Chesapeake continue to
kreport hard experience with a hurri- 9
- ane. The schooner John L. Treat, of
tur Pensacola, reports lumber strewn all A
id along her course from one hundred
ar miles northwest of Tortugas to Cape To P
ie cMrs.j Cleveland has gracefully de- ca
eliedth hoorofpresenting the flag Da8
Sto the New York fire department on
D behalf of the donors and citizens of Be it
~r, New York. She was unwilling to par- derme
d ticipate so prominently in a public Co"C
1ceremony in which the President took ity of t
no prt.paLssa g
n- The city council of Richmo nd, Va- barter
dhas refused to make app-ropriation of ,Se
fifteen thousand dollars to decorate Lod'
ig the streets on the occasion of the Ia- rdn
a ing of the cornerstone of the R. E.Odn
11 monument on October 27. Private in- ~h
.e. dividuals will subscribe all the funds for no
8The Brady bill which was intended mon :1
sto enable farmers to plead want of
consideration on notes given for fer- [L.s.] 1
tilizers, and which had passed the 3
Georgia house of representatives, was
defeated last Monday in the senate h.v By thet
the deciding vote of the Presidenlt of '.TNO.
the Senate. 9.8
A Mayor Hewitt has aecepted an invi
tation to review. the New York LaborAS
eallow the Italian flag to be hoisted on The
ed the City Hall on that day, and said
af that such a thing should not be per- Faney
le mnitted as long as he was Mayor of Shoes.
Six thousand German warriors simeULrs
smrarched in procession, through the cerry
s streets of Chicago Sunday, to the camp-setr
i- ground of the North American, 90
Kriegerbund. It was the fourth anni- Fall a
versary and grand "conme together" of
German-born American cit izens who'
th shouldered arms for the sake of tiieir Main
Fatherland, especially in 1871. buim
The Secretary of WVar has approved '
le the request of the ex-Confederate As- pheis.
er sociation at Chicago, to erect a menmo- huindri
P- rial to the Confederate dlead1 buried in
er the Government lot in Oakland (Ceme-i~r
he tery, near that city, under such regu- A s:
l' lations as may be prescribed by thecut
s-quartermaster general. C t
A special from Vieksburg to the
Tim es-Demnoemt says: Fully (5 per eent
h-of cotton in Rolling Fork, Deer Creek
~andLake Washington sections has been
4o stripped of its leaves as though fire had
swept over the fields which, three days --
ago, looked so green and promising "
w. A special from Carenero to the Times
Democra( says: "Cotton in this section Thelu
t-is cut short fully 50 per cent. on account I!CnseI
of wor.ms." ' mndts
. Mr. S. M. Inmian, a leading business Cromne
~e man of A tlanta, has made a p)roposi- *s
k tion looking to the relief of disabled day of
a- and dependent ex-('onfcderate sol
b- diers. His plan is to sell the old State 91
er Capital of Georgia and with the pro- -4
it. eeeds to establish a home for indigent
11, veterans. The proposition has been
ie received with favor all over Georgia All
-e- and steps are now being taken to have ett
it carried into efleet.qut,
Riddles. iir-t d&
A lady a-ked a gentleman his age. --
is HIe replied: "What you do0 in every --
ak thing?" XL. So does Taylor's Chiero
0kee Remedy of Sweet Gim and Mullen
be e xcel over all other medicinecs for coughl, We I
sI ronip andl consumiption.Or i
is Speak only two letters and thu; non,e now fi
ly the destiny of all earthly thiinga. D. K. favor ni
,But many have died too eairly from a eompet
LI, neglected cough or cold. If they had us a tri
ig taken Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of at marl
is Sweet Gum and Mullen a long life would
have ensued. Sept.
ention Newberry Rifles.
npanv meeting will take place in
:e of Trial Jutice- H. H. Bleasr,
irday evening next, at S o'clock.
promptly, as a constitution and
will be proposed for adoption.
-dnr. 0. L SCIIU3IPERT,
0 derly Searg't. 9-8-It.
of Final Settlement and
make a settlement on the estate
lie E. Whitney, d'ceased, in the
e Court for Newberry County,
on Monday the 10th day of Octo
37, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon
unediately thereafter apply for a
ischar^e as administrator thereof.
WILLIAM B. WHITNEY,
m Engine for Sale.
irtue of the power given to ut
chattel mortgage from Jacol
we will sell at Coleman's Cro;
Edgetield. County. S. C., on
.av the 'ith October. 1887, at 11 a,
r-t class Steam Engine, Frieli
ny manufacture. Persons wish
)uy at private sale prior to said
n do so by calling on our attor.
L. Sc"humnert. Esq., at New.
S. C. FRICK COMPANY.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Sept. 1887.
RIEND: I can now be founi
te firm of 31. Foot, Jr , & Co., al
rry, S. C. By my change frot
rity, S. C., I feel that I am bette1
serve you. I can show you a full
new goods ; we have on hand nc
what is known as shop wort
I can offer you as full a line o+
is any house in the State.
you bring to market give me s
ore you sell.
re buying. give me a call.
can see from the above headinl
can show you.
E OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NTY OF NEWBERRY-I\
L. McCaughrin vs. J. P. Pool
)rder of the court herein. datei
ly, 1887, I will sell, at public out
or. the Court House, at New
on the first Monday in Oetn
S7. "all that tract of land
ing Twenty-Six and Three
3 Acres, more or less, situate
nd being in the County of New.
State of South Carolina, and
d on its three sides by three
vhich said -roads separate it from
now belonging to Cornelia T.
Estate of Mary N. Fair. Aull
rs and Rosemont Cemetery."
s:-The put chaser will be per
to pay the whole bid in cash,
ise he will be required to pa3
I of the purchase money in cash
scure the balance payable al
months, with interest from the
ale. by a bond and mortgage o
mies-and to pay for papers.
3ILAS JOHNSTONJ. Master.
r's Office September. 1887.
8 OF SOUTH CAROLINA
iob B. Fellers. Probate Judge
|REAS, David Hipp hath made suil
to grant him Letters of Adminis
of the estate and effects of Hart
e are, therefore, to cite and ad
all and singular the kind~red an<
r of the said Hartwe]lH. Counts
d, that they be and appear be
e. in the Court of Probate, to b<
Newberry Gourt House on th<
. of Septe~mber inst., after publi
fereof. at 11 o'clock in the fore
to show cause, if any they have
e said Administraition should no
a under myv Hand this 5th da:
ember. Ann'o Domini 1887.
J. B. FELLERS, ... ~.C.
'ohibit the ZbaIe of lntoxi.
ig Liquors on the Lord's
ordlained by the Mayor and Al
Sof the Town of Newberry, ii
assembled. anId by the author
he same, That on andl after the
:of this Ordinance it shall be un
for any person to sell, tradle o
any spirituous or malt liquxori
- ider, in the said Town, on the
Day. Any person violating thi:
nee shall be subject to a tine o
Sthan ten dollars nor more thai
mried dolia-s, or imprisorunen
less thani ten days nor more thai
udt ratitied under the corporat<
eal o f the Town of Newberry, ot
he first. day of September, A. D
GEO. B. CROMER, Mayor.
S. FAIR, C. & T. T. C. N.
Purchasers o' Dry Goods
Goods. Millinery, Clothnin
I lts, Gents' Furnishing Cas
Jeans and Flannels, in New
ounty, and the State, are re
ly invited to inspect the nei
ad inter Stock of Messrs. J
mnaught~Z! & Co.. l21 and 12:
treet. Columbia, 8. C . befon
:their Fll and Wimnter Sup
A Stock of more than on'
'd Thousand D)ollars to see
ving of! ten to twenity-tive pe:
bi thbanks t'or past fanvors,
I amr very trumlv vours,
A C. ,)0NES,
'reditors of W aace A. t'llne, de!
are' notitledt to rnere thmeir de
duly attm'ted, to Joehnstone' 4
, i d m hose't lte bred to his estate
tlk. vith u-, on or before' the firs
tice to Creditors.
pa ries havinir clairns against the
of Henry Lake. dleceatsed, are re.
I to present the same duly at,
to the undersignedl oni or befori
y f October next.
JOlIN M1. KINARD,
ave ma le somne .mprovemernts on
nig aIrran!greent4. anid we are
ly prepare~d to work fo alIl who
Swith their cotton. We haLve a
elt gmnner tIud pr'-ssmen. Give
11. WeAurnisha bagging and ties
DOMINICK & LOVE LACE.
FO?R R15. N
The "Su:mmers Place," 273 acres, for
1888. Possession, except some 10 or 1a
acres now in cultiv:tion, given iunedi- an
ately. Apply to
9-1-4t. A. J. KILGORE.
All persons holding School Claims for ter
1886-1887, which have not been ap
proved, must present them to me for B
approval on or before the 15th Septem- to
ber. G G. SALE,
9-1-2r. School Commissioner. F
To Raise Supplies for the Fis
cal year ending March 31sf,
BE IT ORDAiNED by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the Town of Newberry,
S. C., in Council asseubled and by au
thority of the same.
SECTION 1. That a tax of twenty cents I
on every hundred dollars in value of all
real or personal property of every de
scripdon, owned and possessed in the
Town of Newberry (excep. the property
of churches and insticntions of learning). cl
shall be levied and paid into :he Treasury
of Ne .berry, for the current expenses .
of the Town of Newberry. -
SEC. 2. That a tax of one mill be M
levied on all the taxable property of the t
Town of Newberry to pay the interest to
on bonds issued to D. H. Wheeler to pay
Opera House debt.
SEc. 3. That a tax of one dollar on
each dog owned within the corporate aP
limits of Newberry shall be levi.-d and
paid into the Treasury of said Town of
SEC. 4. That a tax of five dollars shall
be levied and paid into the Treasury of
Newberry, on any wagon, dray, or car
riage drawn by two horses, that shall be er
used for hire or public employment with- P
in the limits of Newberry, S. C.
SEC. 5. That a tax of two dollars and Fr
fifty cents shall be paid into the Tress- mi
ury of said Town on every wagon. dray,
carriage or buggy drawn by one horse, in
that shall be used for hire or public em- of
ployment within the limits of said Town. an
SFC. 6. That each auctioneer selling C
goods or property, other than his own, P
in said Town, shall be required to take st
out a license before exercising his busi- lai
ness as an auctioneer, and shall pay Into
the Treasury of said Town, for said ii
cense, the sum of twenty-five dollars -
SEC. 7. That the proprietor of each
L:illiard or pool table, kept fur profit in
1 said Town, shall be required to pay into
the Treasury of said Town the sum of
fifty dollars as a license therefor, and A
for each billiard or pool table kept for
profit within said Town, in excess of one
such billiard or pool table, shall be re
quired to pay the sum of twenty-five
dollaf as a license for eaeh of said bil
liard or pool tables in excess of one. at
SEC. S. That the proprietor of each
ten pin alley kept for profit within saiu tc
Town shall be required to pay the sum
of twenty-five dollars as a license there- at
SEC. 9. That the proprietor of each p
bagatelle table kept for profit in said
Town shall be required to pay a license
of fifteen dollars therefor. -
SEC. 10. That the proprietor of each
skating.rink kept for profit in said town
shall pay a license of ten dollars.
SEC. 11. That the proprietor or pro
prietors of each tavern or saloon, where
spirituous liquors shall be sold in quan
tities less than a quart, within said Town,
shall pay into the Treasury of said Town
as license therefor, the sum of four hun
SEC. i2. That the proprietor or pro.
prietors of each tavern, saloons, or other
place where spirituous liquors are sold a
in quantities more than one quart, and a
not less than one quart, shall pay into
the Treasu:y of said Town, as a license
therefor, the sum of three hundred and F
SEC. 13. That the taxes and licenses
herein provided for shall be paid to the
Clerk and Treasurer of the townof New
berry, S. C., in lawful money of the
SEc. 14. That the taxes herein levied
on sazid real and personal property shall
be paid within the space of time begin
ninug ou the 1st day of October and end
ing on the 31st day of October, 1887.
SEC. 15. That all licenses herein re
quired to be paid, shiallibe due at one
and paid by the person or persons affect
ed thereby, in advance, except in those bs
cases where a license was issued by the ti
preceding Town Council; and, in such it
cases the same shall be deemed pyable y4
at the expiration of the date fixed by the
SEC. 16. That all licenses herein pro
vided for, except licenses for the sale of
spirituous liquors, shall be of force for
the space of twelve months after the
SE.1.Ta n and every person
liable to do road duty within the limits
of said Town may be relieved therefrom
by the payment of one dollar at the be
ginning of each quarter of the year,
reckoning~ from the 1st day of .Jamnmry, L
Done and ratified under the corporate
1 Lseal of the Town of Newberry,
[.s!S. C., on this the 22d day of Au
gust, A. D., 1887.
I MaGoo B. CROMER, i
Mao fNewberry, S. C
J. S. Fant,C.&AT.T.C. N.
NEWBERBY, S. C., Aug. 22d, 'S7. .j
The Report of the Board of Assessor-s
of Real E-rtate in the Town of Newberry,
S. C , for the year 1887 is now on file in my
offiee for inspection of property owners.
Said Book will -remain open to :i2d,
By order of Couneil, FAR
854t. C &T. T. CN.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers. Probate Judge. E
WHEREAis, John M. Kinard hath m
made suit to me to grant him Let- 01
Stes of Adiniitration de bonis non ol
r.of the estate and effects of Isaac ti
These are, therefore, to cite and ad
monsh all and singular the kindred and -
ceitor of the said Isaae Herbert,
deceased, that they be and appear before
me in the Court of Probate, to be held
a Newberry Court House, on the 4th bi
duy of October. inst., after publica- d<
It ion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, at
to showv cause, if any they have, why the
said administration should not be grant
Given under my hand this 23d day of
August, Anno L)omini 18s7.
I -5.J. B. FELLERS, ..r.N. C.
JUST RECEIVED) a fresh 1lot of
FRENCll CAND)Y. STICK AND
Green, .M ixe'd and Black Treas. GOOD
Tennessee and Ketuscky Flour--very
low price for line Flour.
'ugar, Coffee, Msolasses, Best Vinegar
at Hard Time Prices.
Astral Oil at 20 cents per gallon.
I have a lot of Goods I am p
Anxious to Sell
before the Fall trade comnmences, asnd
will therefore give someW
Bargains to Cash Buyers.
B. H LOVELACF_
qew berry CoIeg
Sext Se.ion Monday Octor3d2
M d Will continne till 341 Monday ot
nth--Junior Class $'.50; Middle G'as:
00; Senior Class $4.50.
Joilegiate Department-Tnition per
Sons of Clergymen at half rates.
ard $10.00 per mont h. From Monday
Friday $6.00. -
Expense of student rooming in Cot'.
e, for board, room, fuel and wash.
;, $11.50 to $12.03 ner month. g
[uquire of the President.
3.4-4t. REV. G. W. HOLLAND.
Newberry Male Academy.4
Fhe exerci:es of this school will be.
rued on Monday, September 12, 1887
derate rates of tuition. For further'
Formation apply to,
JAMES P. KLNABD.
[E WEST FEIMALE COLLEG
)UE WEST, ABBEVILLE COUNTY, B. CJ
Opens first Monday in October. Fi
,ss teachers. Course thorough" a
"ndard hih. Rooms comfortably.
bed. Special attention given " '
asic. Art department an attri
ipils ni.de to feel at home. -
ne of the school good. Board and
gular tuition, including Latin,
For Catalogue, giving full partientar
ply to the Principals. -
fs. L. M. BONNER
H. E. BONNER.
South Carolina College
Sixteen Instructors; 5 Scienti8e,-3
ary degree Courses, 5 Shorter Comrse'
>st-Gradnate and Law Coures. .
Tuition $40, Matriculation $10,
ee. Table Board $11 and $12.50( pe
rnth. Expenses about $190.
Tuition free by Law to applicants
g with %ollege treaurer a
inability to pay. signed by
ad gardian or parent, with opinIoa
>unty Commissioners, or ndge"
robate, or Clerk of the Court,
atement is true. For further p
rs apply to
PrESiDENT J. M. McBRYDE!:
7-25 Columbia, S.
lelena High Sc
Male and Female.
BTEUR KIBLER, A. B., i
ins BEULAE E. GRIMRKER
at Monday in Septe
Av will continue nine calendar
Tuition $1 to 82 per month
Board can be had in privatefamie=
from $7 to $10 per month.
For further particulars apply to
rmecpal, or to
JAMES F. GLENN,
Secretary Board of Trustee>
liss McJntosh's sel
Gir ad Smal h-n
ill open on Sept. 27th, 188
Thorough instruction. in.
ashemiatics, Latin, French,
A music teacher will be secured wlten
Terms moderate-no extra charge -
Special attention given to snmalh'
-en, and only Boys of ten je.rs'ue
For further Information apply to
MISS MATTIE MiCINTOsH, Prin, A
Newberry. S. C. ~ 8 2.2m
wberry F8waIc Ai
The Board of Trustees of the
cry Female Academy adoone
Le following teachers have been -ea
r this institution for the nextse6
11SS 0. E. GARUECTOU, PIWM.
EISS FAEIE HOCG.,
(American ik,rmal conlege; Indae
KISS ALETHIEA COWi
DRA&WING AND PAINTiqG
KISS UAEIE HOLBWROIC
ERS. JIO.S. FAIR. '
EcUEE ON PHYSEOWGY A3DD -
D.0. 8. ATER,JI J
emieom Besins September 28,
Board can he obtained in private
es or at a boarding houseunr
pervision of one of the:
erms moderate. Special ateuiq
For full particulars, addresM!w
.Garlington, Ne-wherry, S. C., or
eretary of the Board.
I ithrop Training
Columbia, S. C.
The exercises of the next
~ar will begin Monday, Sept
7. Diplomas entitle
ach in the public schools.
ust be not less than 17 years
ne student from each county
'ate, selected by the County
xaminiers, and meeting the
ent< of admission, will be receied
'all tuition charges. Many
last year hav.e already secured.p
ts to teach. Addres
D. B. JOHNSON, Supt..
8-;8-2mo. Columbia, S. C.A
* Cetten Ginners of Newberrj.
We invite your attention to the cele
sted Pratt~ Gin.s, Feeders and Cn
nsers. For circulars, terms anud prices,
[dreSs McMASTER & GIBBES
General Agents, Columbia.S. C.
Or WHEELER & MOSELEY,
Agents fear Newberry County,
'-28-6t Prosperity, S. C.
SILVER PLATED WARE,
icket and Table Cutlery,
atch Repa ring a Specialty.
Newberry, S. C,