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Local and Special.
The Three C's.
The Boston Safe Deposit ;nd Trust
Company has filed a mortgage for record
in the Clerk's ofice on all the road of the
Charleston Cincinnati and Chicago rail
road in this county to the amount of
$25,000 a mile. This makes a pretty good
size mortgage. There are about twenty
seven miles of road in the county. This
looks as if our.road would be built soon.
We would like, however, to see work be
gan in earnest on this end of the road.
Strayed or Stolen.
A red Irish setter 11 m:inths old, mark
on his right side from a cow h"ok about
four inches long,. hair stands strai_ht
upon mark. A liberal reward oftred
for his return to W.f. M. LANE.
Rev. Thos. Leitch at Chappels.
Mr. Leitch closed his meetings at Chap
pells last Thursday afternoon after preach
ing for about two weeks. As a result of
his preaching, fifty-two persons were
- added to the churches as follows : To the
Methodist church, fourteen ; to the Pres
byterian church, ten ; to the Baptist
church, twenty-six; and there were two
who had not decided which church they
would join. This makes a good showing.
We are also told that some old feuds
were settled and those who had not
spoken to each other for years made
friends and all was god will at Chap
Watch and Pray.
I watch the market so that I may get
the benefit of the best goods at the low
est market price, and pray my custotmnrs
to continue to patronize nie, and the
public to come and examine my well se
lected stock of W at ches, Clocks. Bronzes,
Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver and Plated
Ware, Table and Pocket Cutlery. Pebble
Eyeglasses and Spectacles, and Gold
Headed Walking Canes, all of which I
have selected myself.
Special attent:on is given to watch re
pairing, having an experience of 23
years. Outside orders solicited and
promptly attended to.
9-S-3t. Practical Watchmtaker.
The New Schedule.
On last Monday a now schedule went
into effect on the C. & G. B. B, in the
running of the freights, and on the
Laurens road. There are now two freight
trains daily each way on the following
schedule : The freight train from Green
ville arrives at 8.20 a. in., and leaves at 8.50
a. m. Another freight from Greenville
arrives at 6.55 p. in., and leaves at 7 p. in.
The freight train from Columbia arrives
at-1.25 p. m.. and leaves at 2.10 p. m. An
other freight from Columbia arrives at
8.50 p. in., .and leaves at 9 p. in. The
Laurens train now makes two trips daily
leaving here in the morning at 4.30 and
returning at 10.30 a. m.. It leaves again
at 2 p. mn., and returns at 7.20 p. mn. There
is no change in the schedule of the passen
ger trains on the C. & G. B. B.
J. F. Todd & Co.
Are on thle corner of Mollohonu Raw
with a ?ull line of Groceries and Con
feetioneries, where they will be pleased
to have their friends call. I t.
While von -are in Newbe2rry call at
the Photograph Gallery o,r Hunt's Book:
Store and siee Salter's permnanent en
larged pictures, lini-hed i:u ink with the
wonderful air brush. tf
"Oil Paint inrs," "Steel Engravings,"
"Chromo.s "Panel Pictures" and Pic
ture Easels'' at
*9-22 UUNT's BooK STORE.
To Cotton Olnners.
Having bought the County Right of
New berry County of J. M1. Cox for Cox's
Atotmatic Gin Attachment for Extin
guishing Fire and Improving Samnpl9,
we would be pleased to have you call
andl leave your orders for same at once,
with ~ PEOPLES & JOitNSON,
20 JAMES A. BUxRON.
The Tournament at chappells.
The tournament and barbecue at Chap
pells on last Thursday, while not largely
attended, was a very enjoyable affair.
Thirteen knights entered the. ring and
strove for the prize. rTe following
gives the list and the sc re on the lirst
S. W. Bryson. .... ............... 0 2-5
S L. Crip...........---.---- .2 3 -8
- T. J. Dnvenpoi.................. 2 3 2
W. Rt. Keith.......--.----....--. 3 3 2-.5
J1. Y. Mathews. .................. 2 3 :-8
Jr. WV. h11..........-.-----------. 2 2?
E .F.Riser... ...--.....-----....2t1
J- F. Eiser........---...---- ...---2 0 .
T. B. Riser.......-.-.------.---- 3
y.IR. Reid. ................ -.-....2230
J. R. Seur1y.--.......... .......... 3 3:1
S. L. Turner.................. ... 2 3
A. T. Brown. ........ ........... 0 1 -
Messrs. Crip, Mathews and Keith hay
ing tied, rode over, when the score stood:
Keith 0, Mathews 5 and Crip~ 4. The
first prize was awarded to Mr. J. R.
Scurry, of Chappells, but lhe being a
married man, substituted Mr. WA. R.
Reid to select the queen of loge and
beauty. Mr. Reid placed the crown
upon Miss Anna M. WatkinIa. Mr. W.
R. Keith having taken the second prize,
- selected Miss Maggie S. Atchison ais tirst
maid of honor, and Mr. J. T. Mathews
awarded Miss Mary I. .\tehison the po
sition of second ma'Id of honor. Mr. A.
T. Brown w'as awarded the tin cup.
The marshals of the day were W. L.
Turner and H. L. Turner. T1he judges
M1. M1. Buford, Thos. J. Mait'ett, Wmn.
Lamar, J. C. Strother and G. T1. Reid.
The barbecue dinner served just after
the riding was excellent. We were
sorry we could*not remain over to enjoy
In the afternoon everybo-ly turned out
to hear Mr. Leitch preach, as it was his
Go to Hunt's Book Store and examine
their new Oxford Bibles.
Open from 1st of September, a new
boarding house on College Street :buildl
ing new, rooms comfortable an:d wel
furnished, good water, healthy location,
convenient alike to college. po-tollice,
churches and bu,inoas. Table supnplied
with best the m:rket aiffords. Terms
reasonable. Apply early before best
rooms are takenx. A. J. SP'ROLES.
Views of Newberry.
Mr. J. Z. Salter has completed many
-beautiful views of the city which lhe
now has for sale. He also has a few pic
tures of the base ball game at Greenwood
left. His views of Ne wberry are beauti
* Art Chenilles and Arasenes at J. W.
Chapman's. 3-10-t f.
Every person should have a Bih!e, and
now is tue time to buya a'ine Bible cheap.
Call and eNaumine our stock.I
EnicIin; and Loan Ammociation.
The secoond annual meeting of the New
berry Building and Loan Association
was hld on Tuesday night. Mr. W. H.
Wallare was requested to act as chairman
and Mr. Thos. Cook was made secretary.
The call of the roll showed 608 shares
represented, 357 in person and- 251 by
The rules were suspended and the
present officers re-elected unanimously as
follows : Dr. Jas. McIntosh, president ;
J. 0. Peoples, vice-president ; J. W. M.
Simmons, secretary and treasurer ; W. H.
Hunt, Jr., solicitor ; J. N. Martin, J. M.
Johnstone, J. K. P. Goggans, D. B.
Wheeler, George McWhirter, Geo. S.
Mower, and G. B. Cromer, directors.
The following statement from the report
of the treasurer shows the association to
be in a healthy financial condition :
Received from instalmenls. ... $23,810.00
Received from premiums...... 10.051.00
Received from interest......... 1,999.00
Received from fines........ ....149.22
Received from arrears paid in
advance........ ....... 277.00
ASSETS AND EXPENSES.
Bonds and Mortgages on hand..$33,800.00
Expenses paid................ 888.23
Cash on hand........ ........ 1,597.99
Bonds and mortgages..........$33,800.00
Cash on hand............... 1,597.99
Due on 190 shares unpaid...... 367.40
Total available assets........$35,765.39
The par value of each share is $24, and
from the above statement it will Ue seen
that the book value is $35.76%. At the
present rate it will not take the association
aight years to wind up as at first contem
plated. All these mortgages are on real
state and the investments are good. The
issociation is doing a good work for New
5erry in affording young men of moder
zte means an opportunity to buy a home
md pay for it. Several have already
ivailed themselves of it and many more
Upon motion of Mr.-W. P. Houseal, the
:hanks of the association were unanimous
.y tendered the officers for the able man
2cr in which they had managed the busi
iess. of the association.
The association then adjourned.
The regular meeting was held last
rght to sell the money on hand.
St udent's Bibles for sale at Chapman's.
If you want a present of any kind go
>r send your order to
9-2: HUNT'S BOOK STORE.
Bill P:uls, Letter Pada, &c., &c., at J.
W. Chapman's. 3-16-tf.
Miss Iula Jones left on Moaday for
Miss Fannie B xter is vi-iting friends
Capt. J. W. Gary has returned fr.m
Capt. O L. Schumpert has returned
Mr. D. B. Wheeler left for the North
ena markets last Thursday.
II. H. Blease, Jr., Esq., is attendimg
~ourt in Camden thik week.
Maj. B. F. Townsend, of Union, was
a town last week on business.
Mr. C. C. Davis returned on yesterday
'rom a short visit to Greenville.
Mrs. J. E. Schumpert, of Prosperity,
s visiting Mrs. 0. Wells' family.
The friends of Mrs. T. C. Pool will be
~lad to know that she is much better.
Mrs. A. P. Johnstone, of Anderson,
s visiting Mr. Silas Johnstone's family.
Rev C. P. Scott returned on last Sat
ird:ay from his summer vacation in Vir
Mr. E luard Scholtz, accompanied by
>y his father, reached Newvberry last
Miss Catharine Kerrigan and little
MIarguerite Cromier are visiting relatives
Mr. P. HI. E. Derrick, of Edgefield,
ias been in the city during the week on
t vi-it to friends.
Mr. A. C. Jones has gone to Colum
sia, and will make that his home in fn
ture. His family V.Ri move soon.
Mr. J. M. Eason, of Charleston, spent
t day or two in town, the early part of
:he week, on his way to Abbeville.
Mrs. B. M. Bodie has returned to her
ionme in Leesville after a pleasant visit
:o her mother, Mrs. Win. Langford.
Dr. 0. B. Malyer, Jr., has gone to
Washington to attend the International
Associati:on of Doctors.
Miss Emma Werts, of Silver Stre- t,
ef t yesterday for Boston, where she will
tend the Boston Conservatory of Mu
Mr. N. H. Hailley, with his family, has
gone on a month's vacation to Virginia.
Mr. L. E. E. Ford, of Colmbia, is fill
ing the position here as telegraph ope
rator and ticket ag3nt during Mr. Hail
Prof. C. W. Welch, who has been
pricipal of thme Marlin, Texas, graded
schools.for the past year, has accepted
the principalship of the Houston, Tex.,
public schools and moved to the latter
place. This is in the line of promotion,
and we congratulate our old friend on
his success, lie is a thorough teacher
and will give satisfaction as such wher
ever he goes.
Dr. A. P. Johnstone left Anderson on
Monday to attend the annual session of
the Southern Dental Association, which
convened at Old Pozint Comfort, Va.,
last Tuesday. From there he will go to
Washington, D. C.,. where he will at
tend the International Medical and Den
tal Congress, which meets next Mon
day, and will continue in session a
week. Preidenmt Cleveland will open
the s,-Ssion with an address, and will be
followed by Secretary Bayard and other
disti'nguished gentlemen. Delegates
from all parts of the world will be pres
ent. Dr. Johnstone has aceepted an in
vitat ion to perform some operation in
Operative Dentistry before the Conigress
during its session. Considering the fact
that there were only a few invitations
of thi!s character extended, this is cer
t:tinly a high comuplimenit to Dr. John
stonme's ability as a dentist. He will be
absent from the city about ten days.
Anderson Intelligencer, Sept. 1.
I Use it Myself.
Juao. E. Jones, Fort Valley, Ga., one
of time leading druggists there, states
t hat he commends Dr. Biggers' Huckle
berry Cordial because he uses it himself,
and knows of what value it is for bowel
Go to J. W. Chapman's for School
Various and All Abont.
Cotton is solliig $ 1-2 for middling.
Tiere were no rubiic .ales last Mon0
The New% berry Mlale I cademy opens
next Monday, I! Sept.
Attention is di, ected to the sale of an
engine. See notice elsewhere.
Rev. W. M. Grier, D.D., will preach at
King's Creek Church next Saturday and
Cotton has been coming in right brisk
for the past few dayi. On last Saturday
99 bales were sold.
The Obsercer says a lot of people sat
up all night last Wednesday night watch
ing for another earthquake.
A meeting of the Ncwberry Rifles is
called for Saturday evening at S o'clock
in the office of H. H. Blease.
The County Teachers' Association was
to have met in Prosperity last Saturday,
but only a few teachers being present
no meeting was held.
Miss McIntosh's Scho>l will open on
September 27 in the Mower building,
Pratt and Thompson street, near the
A. R. Presbyterian church.
Messrs. Wooten & McWhirter have
moved to B. J. Ramage's old stand.
Messrs. Todd and Julien take the cor
ner store lately occupied by W. & MeW.
The town council has passed an ordi
nance to prohibit the sale of intoxicating
liquor on Sunday. The thing to do now
is to enforce it. See ordinance else
Mr. A. C. Jones has a card in another
column to which we direct attention.
He has taken a position in the dry
goods est,nblishment of J. L. Mimnaugh
Messrs. Smith & Wearn have moved
into their new store and are openir.g
their new goods. They are nicely fixed
in their new quarters and ame crowded
The tent of the Holiness Association,
which has been stored here since the
meeting was held here in May, was
shipped to Rev. R. C. Oliver at Spartan
burg on yesterday.
We invite attention to the card of
Henry E. Bauknight to be found in an
other column. He is to be found with
the large dry goods establishment. of M.
Foot, Jr., & Co., where he will be
pleased to meet his friends.
In mentioning last week the entertain
ment to be given soon by the Newberry
Cornet Band an important feature of
the entertainment was omitted. We
mean the concert. The musical talent
of the city, under the direction of Mrs.
P. Robertson, is preparing to make
the concert the part of the enterain
ment. The date has not yet been fixed.
The union service on next Sunday
night will be held in the Lutheian
Church and the sermon will be preached
by Rev. J. L. Stokes of the Methodist
Church. Mr. Stokes was to have preached
n last Sunday night, but was prevented
:n account of sickness, and Rev. E. P.
KCintock preached an interesting ser
enon in the B-tptist Church instead of
Mrs. J. D. Smith met with a painful
ccident Tuesday afternoon in coming
ome in a buggy. Her son John was
Iriving, and just after leaving Helena
he bit of the bridle broke, and the
orse became unmanageable and ran off
with the buggy. In front of Mrs. J.
yaylor's Mrs. Smith jumped out * the
buggy. She received a severe cut over
the eye and was otherwise bruised.
It was only a few years ago that e '
lone struck the little town of Chap
pells. In an instant the village was
swept out of existence. And that great
calamity was the beginning of a better
day for the place. The old weather.
beaten wooden buildings were replaced
by more and better ones in substantial
brick. And now rumors come that the
Spir it of tihe Lord is there. Bro. Morris
recently held a meeting, the result of
which will be a Presbyterian Church
for this hitherto churchless Chappells,
with a membership of about thirty-five.
And therein is the prospect of a good
day ahead.- Our Xonthly.
We have just received a mammoti
supply of School Books and School sup
plies. Call and examine our prices be
fore parchasing elsewhere.
HUNT'S BoKi SToRE.
Several of onr cit'zens were treatec
last Friday night to a serenade by Mr.
W. WV. Ipark on the musette. Mr. Ipari
is the popular organ agent now in New
berry. The musette is a very sweet
Mrs. A. C. Welch has returned fron
Mr. R. B. Holman and family visites
at Silver Street last week.
Mis Popie Rollerson has ret urnet
Mr. B. T. Bishop, of Lauren;, was or
a visit here last week.
Mrs. W. HI. Pratt was robbed of hei
corn and potattoes one niight last week
Mr. H. C. Summers and daughter
Mis Lilllie, are at Toccoa, Ga.
ank Books, Blank Books.
The largest line ever brought to thi:
city. T1he merchants are requested t<
c41E an: examine them.
IlUNTs 1OOK STORE.
Secure the shadow ere the substane
Suh pretty weather get your pictrr
m ade.-Sater. 8-11-if.
cott's Emulsion or Pure Cod Liver Oil wal
For Lunq Troubles and Wastingq Diseases
DR. J. SIMONAUD, New Orleans. La
says: "Scott's Emulsion iV the fines
preparation of the kind. In atTection
of the lungs and other wasting diseases
we may consider it our most reliabl
aenlt.~ In a perfectly elegant and agree
able form." 9-8-4t.
Turnip Seed! Trurnip Seed!! for sal
heap at Robertsoni's Drug Store, oppo
site the Post Office. 6-30-tf.
A large snpply of school books jus
received at Hunt's Bookstore. 9-22
HHunt's Bookstore keeps the largest stoc:
of small and family bibles, gospel hymn
and all kinds of song books in the city
Give them your order. 9-22
Bucklen's Armica Salve.
The Best S4ive in the world for Cuts. Sore:
Bruis. Ulcers. Salt Rheum,. Fever Sores, Tel
tr, Chapped Hands, Chillblains, Corns, an.
ll skin Eruptions, and positively cures pile:
or no pay required. It is guaranteed to giv
erfect satistaction, or money refunde<
lrice -5 cents per box. For sale by Cofiel
Cotton is coining in rapidly.
Mr. W. A. Mo-ely has gone to Nev
York to buy gools.
Mr. W. W. Fulmer has moved into the
house recently vacated by Mr. Bauk.
'"Yu:.e," our absent reporter, report
a pleasant trip ant safe arr'val at the
home of Dr. Folk.
Messrs. Tince Morris, Frank Wilsor
and E. P. Cromer are clerking foi
Wheeler & Mosely.
The school commenced yesterday
The opening was very good, and the
o itlook is very good.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Baukuight hav
moved to Newberry. Mr. Baukni ;i
has been employed b 3.'oo7 Jr., it
On account of the increase of busines:
Mr. McGee has been employed to assisl
Mr. K. D. Lake, the depot agent ant
Wise Bros. have employed W. W. Ful
mer and C. H. Cannon as salesmen, an(
P. H. Harmon may be found at Luthe;
We are pleased to note the return o:
Mrs Annie Scheetz. Miss Mamie John
son, of Union, the music teacher, ha!
In the match game of baseball lasl
Friday, at the end of seven innings t'
score stood 38 to 42 in favor of Pros
perity. Mr. Lyle Irby, of the Fishdan
nine, was struck on his head by the bal
and consequently could not play an.
more. Come again, and have a gami
under more pleasant auspices.
M. L. W.
If you wish school books, slates, schoo
bags, .school stationery, &c., at rocl
bottom prices, call at Hunt's Bookstore
Miss Magie Weathers, aged about 1(
years, died last Friday.
Mrs. Melvina Wilson died last Wed
POST OFFICE, NEWBERRY, S. C.
List of letters unclaimed and advertise<
Sept. 6. 1s7.
Lanier. Lucius L. Chalmers. Mrs. J. A.
McCain, MIss Minn S. Cenci, Lewie
Powell, W. R. Darby, Newton M.
Parish. C G. Griffin, Mrs. M. J.
Williams, Jas. J. Haywood, Mrs Hannal
Persons calling for these letters will pleaso
say that they were advertised.
E. S. HERBERT, P. M.
Church Notices. *
BAPTIST-Rev. C. P. Scott, pastor, preachinl
next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:15 p. in. Sun
day school at 4:30 p. in., Mr. J. B. Carwile
Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesda]
at 7:15 p. m.
LUTHERAN- -----, pastor
Preaching next Sunday by the pastor, at 1
a. in. and - p. m. Sunday school at 3:80 p
in., Mr. George B. Cromer, Superintendent
Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7:15 p. m.
METHODIST-Rev. J. L. Stokes. pastor
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 7:1:
p.m. Sunday school at 4 p. in., Mr. John W
Chapman, Superintendent. Prayer meetint
at 7:15 p. m.
A. R. PRESBYTERIAN-Rev. E. P. McC!intock
pastor. Service next Sunday by the pastoi
at 11 a. m. S'ndav school at 9:30 a. in., Mr. M
A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer meetini
Wednesday at 7:16 p. in. Missionary Societl
Wednesday at : p. in., Mrs. C. Slower, Prest
dent... L C T U. Tuesday at 5 p. mn., Mrs. C
EPIsCOPAL-Rev. W. 11. lHanikel, rector
Service by the rector every third Sunday al
1t a. mn. and 4:30 p. m. Lay reading by Mr. N~
B. Mazyck at 11 a. mn.
PREsBYTERIAN-Rev. J. S. Cozby pastor
Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. mn. and 7:1!
p. mn. Sunday school at 3:30 p. in., Mr. W.]I
Pelhamn, Superintendent. Pra3 er mneetinj
Wednesday at 7.1.5 p. m.
AN AFFECTING INCIDENT.
Ex-4 overnor Bonham. of South Caro
lina Defends. a Former Slave.
Correspondence Nashville American.
GREENVILLE, S. C.. August 20.-Ar
affecting incident occurred in the court.
house a few da.ys ago, and wvas an illus
tration of the depth of feeling that car
exist between master and slave. The
ease of Peter Herbert was called, ani
the negro who answered to that name
went into the prisoner's dock to answei
to the charge of -retailing liquor withou1
license. He was old and inlirm,.and as
he stood he represented a negro of the
old regime, of whom so few are left. A
fragment of gray hair was combet
straight above his dark-furrowed brow
and he gave honor to the occasion b'
arraying himself in his broadcloth suil
that his master had danced in ahalf cen
tury ago. When the witnesses for th<
government had been examined, the
venerable ex-Governor Bonham, o:
South Carolina, went on the stand t<
testify to the good character of the de
fendant. Tall and erect, with eyes stil
glowing with the fire of eloquence, this
grand old'specimen of a Southern gentle
man stood and asserte'd the honor Qf the
negro, who for forty years had been hi
trusted slave and friend, and althongl
over seventy years old and enfeeble'
with recent illness, he had made a jour
ney of over one hundred miles for thi
sole purpose of defending faithful oli
Peter in his hour of need. The ineiden
was rendered more touching when Adju
tant General Bonham, Peter's "youni
master," appeared as his attorney, per
forming the service as a pure gratuity ta
the old mun. The case ended in an ac
quittal, and( tears of gratitude streame<
down the face of Peter as he expresse<
his thanks to "old master" and ti
"young Mass Millege."
Mr. A. S. Smith, of Smith & Lathroi
arrived latst Sunday night from Nebrask
City, and went out to their work o
Monday. A portion of their equipmen1
employed on the Missouri Pacific Rai
road, is being shipped here for use o
the grading of the Charleston, Cincir
nati and Chicago.
The masonry on Fishing Creek tresti
is finished, and a force of men is nowa
work-completing the trestle.
Mr. WV. A. Jack-ins, contractor fc
three miles of grading near Hickor
Grove, was in town yesterday. He say
that with fair working weather lie ea
complete his contract within live weeki
The work of track laying at Camde
has not yet been commenced, hut wi:
probably begin next week. The cor
tractors are not entirely readly to begir
nor is a portion of the grading this sid
of Camden sufficiently advanced to at
mit of the work of t:ack laying progres.
ing steadily had it been commenced
the date,.first contemplated.
xConsidering the constant rainy weati
er of the past few weeks, work all alon
the linec is progressing as satisfactoril
as could be expected.
A Lynching Bee in Kentucky.
FLEMIINGSBURG, KY., September 3.
At one o'clock this morning a hunidre
masked men took Charles Coletmat
colored, from the jail and hanged hii
to a railroad trestle in the rear of th
Bptist chturch. Coleman was in ja
for an assault made last Monday on Mit
Nettie Sweeney, of Mavsville, who we
visiting Mrs. Ringwood, a widow livin
near this place. Coleman, who worke
on an adjoining farm, broke down Mr
Ringwood's door, knocked Mrs. Rin,
wood down and assaulted Miss Sweene:
Both women positively identified l
'If the little darling is spending sue
sleepless nights slowly and pitifull
.wasting awvay by the drainage upon i
system from the effect of teething, gis
jDr. Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial and
r will result
THE LABOR WORLD.
A Strike 4t Greenville-The Weavers
in the Iluxuenot MIIll Leave their
GitEENVILLE. September 3.-Seventy- wit
five operatives of the Huguenot Plaid trai
Mills constituting the entire force of the cac
weaving department left their looms an(
this morning and refused to work be- to i
cause of a change in the superintendent Sta
of the weaving room. Soi
E. H. Fullenweider, owner of the r
mills, notified J. H. Green, the superin- vis
tendent of the cloth room, that his We
wages would be reduced from $4 a day for
$3, beginning on the 1st of October. Mr. tha
Green refused to accept the reduction, bot
and Mr. Fullenweider proposed to put tiof
E. J. Barnett, who has been employed tha
in the shipping department, in Green's bor
place at a salary of $2.50 a do
and as soon as the proposition to make the
him superintendent of the weaving de- eI
partment became known, the employees vi"i
peclared that they would not work un
der an inexperienced boss and stopped in
the machines at once. cor
The affair was accomplished quietly plu
and there is no disturbance or excite- pat
ment. The spinning and card depart- sia1
ments are running still, and Mr. Fullen- fru
weider says that lie will replace the pe,
weavers and run on without serious in- pat
The mill is in splendid condition, and
is making a product of sixty yards per
loom a day, a larger product than any ag
other plaid mill in the South. Co
Its capacity is taxed to supply the de- cat
mand, and the interruption is regarded
as peculiarly unfortunate.
The discharge of we-iving Superin
tendent Green was done without the
consent of C. S. Lannean, superinten- n
dent and treasurer of the mill. Mr.
r Lanneau considered it due to his position _
that this action should have come
through him, and he has resigned his D+
position to take effect on the 15th in
Mr. Lanneau built the mill five years thr,
I ago and has been in charge of it ever oth
since. His services have been peculiarly ci
- valuable and his resignation is regarded ~
as a serious less to the manufacturing
interestshere. Mr. Fullenweider will
take charge and superintend the mill
THE SITUATION LAST NIGHT.
GREENVILLE, September 3.-Mid
night. There have been no develop
ments in the Huguenot Mill strike in
addition to the particulars wired you
this afternoon. No trouble is expected,
and it is likely that in a week new help
will be secured for the weaving room,
and the mill will run on as before, un- R
der Mr. Fullenweider's own superin- Pr
tendency. Mr. Fullenweider stated to 100
your correspondent that he had good 200
evidence to prove thdt the strike was in- Ph'
stigated by Green, the weaving boss, c
who was to be displaced. Mr. Green PR
emphatically denies, however, any pre- ;
vious knowledge of the affair.
A MONSTER DEMONSTRATION AT PITTS
PITTSBUEG, September 3.-The labor Pri
organizations of Pittsburg and its vicin
ity united in a street demons' ation to- _
day that surpassed anything of the kind .
. ever seen here. The object of the parade
was to show the strength of the various E.
trades unions, and in orte:- that there L
r might be a big turnout many of the for
mills and factories closed down. The al
bright day added to the success of the t|
demonstration, and when the procession gr
-passed down Fifth avenue at noon it is
estimated that fully 15,000 men were in
line. The column was several miles
long, and occupied nearly two hours in
passing a given point. It embraced
every labor organization in the city. in
eluding the Amalgamated' Associations'
of Iron and Steel Works, the Knights of
Labor, the Miners' Amalgamated Asso- '
ciation, the Builders' League, the Glass
Workers' Union, the international Ty- tO
pographical Union, and t,he German ~
Death From Hydrophobia.
E ATONTON, GA., Sept. 6.--Ed Mathis,
a negro boy about twelve years old, died
of hydroph~obia on the planitation of Mr. SE
Ed. Ford last night in this county. -~
He was bitten about two months ago
on the nose by a dog supposed tobe mad,
but nothing was thought of the wound, [ I
as it healed rapidly, and it was supposed li~
all d-inger was passed until a few days
ago he showed signs of hydrophobia and
IN BRIEF AMID TO THF POINT.
Dyspepsia is dreadful. Disordered
liver is misery. Indigestion is a foe to ,
- good nature.
The human digestive apparatus is one R.
of the most complicated and wonderful ter
things in existence. It is easily put out go
> of ot der. . m
Greasy food, tough food, sloppy food,
I bad cookery, mental worry, late hours, I
irregular habits, and many other things Cl
- which ought not to be, have made the
3 American people a nation of dyspeptics.
SBut Green's August Flower has done
1 a wonderful work in reforming this sad
I business and making the American peo
- pie so healthy that they can enjoy their
a meals and be happy.
SRemember :--No happiness without
t health. But Green's August Flower
- brings health and happiness to the dys
Speptic. Ask your druggist for a bottle.
-Seventy-five cents. 7-6-it.
BY GE.O. C. HOInGES, A. M. a
Read what is said of it :
"I shall gladly recommend its intro
HON. A. COWARD,
Ex. Supt. Ed1ucation.
'"It will give me pleasure to recoin
a mend its use by teachers."
H ON. HUGH S. THOMPSON,
E,x. Supt. Education and Ex. Gov. S. C.
" 'When school opens I shall make co
pious use of the volume." -
REV. S. LANDEE, D. D.,
Pres. Williamaton Female College.
"It should be in the hands of all teach
ters." PROF. B. MEANS DVIS,
r "TheS. C. College.
r Temoral tone which appears in
Y the work is especially worthy of comn
REv. W. M1. GRIER, D. D.,
-Pres. E rskine College.
"Short Quotations" will be found of"
inestimable value to teachers, ministers, bt
lawyers and others. Persoiis wanting
.will find this the book for which they li
t~ have been looking. It will be sent post
paid on receipt of 15 cents. Get a copy
.of it, examine it and introduice it into
your school. Special terms to schools
and dealers. Address
W. L. BEL L, Publisher.
9-22-1a. Columbia, S. C.
,FALL AND WINTER.
Mrs. S. A. Riser&ACo.
~s are now receiving a full line of ci
NEW AND STYLISH 0
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Dr ess Goods, RIbbons, Dress Trimmings, Ek.
n The Latest Styles of fr
HOSIERY, CORSETS, ETC.
Call early and make your selectioni
lh before the goods are picked.
S LOWEST PRICES. BEST GOODS.
eC Mits. S. A. RISER & CO.
a Dying of all kinds done at short notice.
Pomona Hill Nurseries.
POMONA N. C.
wo and a half miles west of Greens
, N. C. The main line of the Rt. &
:. 1. passes through the grounds and
lin 100 feet of the office. Salem
ns make regular stops twice daily
ii way. Those interested in Fruit
Fruit growing arc cordially invited
lispeet this the largest nursery in the
e and one among the largest in the
he propietor has for many years
ted the leading Nurseries North and tl
st, and corresponded with those of
,ign countri's, gathering every fruit 3
was calculated to suit the South,
li native and foreign. The reputa
i of Pomona lill Nurseries is such b
many agents going out from Greens
n, representing other nurseries, try
leave the impression that they ate
*"enting these nurseries. Why do
c J I' eLwer.
have in stock growing (and can ssnow
tors the same) the largest and best
:k of trees, &c., ever shown or seen
anytwo nurseries in North Carolina,
sisting of apple, peach, pear, cherry,
in, grape, Japanese persimmon, Ja
ese plum, apricots, nectariene, Rus- tl
i apricot, mulberry, quinces. Small
its : Strawberry, raspberry, currants, L
ans, Engli-h walnuts, rhubarb, as
agus, evergreens, shade trees, roses,
ive your order to my authorized
nt or order direct from the nursery.
-respondence solicited. Descriptive
zlogues free to applicants.
J. VAN. LINDLEY,
Guilford County, N. C.
F. A. LEHHAN,
end nr circular.
'F4 SS Its cause and a*newandsue.
bome, by one who was deaf twenty-eight
years. Treated by most of the noted spe
ists without benedt Cured himself in
,e months. and since then hundreds of
rs. Full particulars sent on application.
S. PAGE, No.41 West 31st St . New York
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)F. LOISETTE, 27 Fifth Ave, New York.
'ry the Largest and Best Equipped
:NBS' ROLLERS ESTABLISEMENT
in the United States.
D. J. REILLY & CO-,
324 and 326 Pearl Street, New York.
Ces low. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Best references. 9-8-4t.
yuCough, Bronchitis Asthma, ut ndigee1n seldla.I
tKER CON SUMPNC itoTdl.IVE
inR manyo t worstas and lathe bestremedy
ll ardections of the throat and 1 and diseass
g from impure blood and exhaustion. The feeble
sic, struggling against disease. and alowly drifting
ie grale, *111l in many oases recover their health by
ie use of Parker's G . eTonic, but delaylvadaa
e Tke It in time. It Invaluable for all pains
isorders of stomach and bowels. 0ft at 1)ruggista.
icia! Summer Offer! - No lsallments!i
POT CASH PRICES. WBUY 13 June,
Iae. N$ IiAir'mat. Money aa. yaSm
-phme. WrIte for circulara, and be cunvineedL
LUDDEN & BATES,
fRESH MUSIC HOUSE. SAVANEALSL
THE NOTED MOONSHINER. (
'his Whiskey is guaranteed by Major
to be pure Hand Mash and unadul
ated, and as its numerous testimonials
to show, is especially adapted for
dical use. Sold in Newberry only by
J. F. WHEELER.
'. W. WAGENER & Co., Sole Agents, 2
arleston, S. C.
NEWVBERRY, S. C.
WTLL T. JONES & BRO., PROPEIETOES.
Located in the centre of the city.
pecial attention given to the wants
t comforts of conmmercial travellers
i the transient trade.
June 1st, 1887.
STILL AT THE FRO1NT.
We have never resorted to "B. B."
r envied the reputation of L. L. P.,
t we do say that we are now opening a
VER HANSOME STOC OF
EN'S, YOIJTIS' 1AND BOYS'
For Spring and S ummier,
atest A pproved Novelties of
he Season, with all the
Staple Styles in Shlape
Please remember what we say. No
e can discount our prices without sui
n hand, over five hundred
lifferent samples of piece
goods, from four first class
m which we solicit orders for Special
its or Single Garments. Satisfaction
aranteed, or no sale.
Respectfully, C PO K
olGHT & J.W. CPOK
_9-2.-f Mallohon TRnw
sMI I &
(SUCCESSORS TO I
o the public generally we would announc
at our NEW GOO)S are now ready ft
- We say without hesitation that we nr
?ttcr prepared to supply your wants i
ie way of
LOTI 1 ff~1 E U T )
ian any House in the Up Country.
We handle First-Class goods at th
owest Prices, and we guarantee satisfac
on in every case.
Remember we are Sole Agents for
T'R EA ND EROS PER
IEGLER BO FN H
>r Gents, Ladies and misses wear.
In addition to these we carry a first-clas
ne of Medium Cheap Suits, Shoes, II
iving us a call at B. H. CLINE'S Old
We are receiving weekly addit
Lll-Over Laces, Orientals,
4urah Silks in evening and stre
.0 with Lac
Mourning Dress Go(
Ladies' Fine Hand-Sewed Shoe
Gent's Fine Hand-Sewed Shoes
Roberts' Steel Scissors,
Roberts' Gold-Eyed Needles.
Boys' Knee Suits. Boys' Kne
Ihas'been talked thatwe
nd Castings at very low prices.
f goods just as cheap.
Ice Cream F:
rood Tobacco Five Cents per Plu
- Don't forge
~adies, why suffer in the Iaundry
LAUNDRY STOVE to pr<
Why have your wearing appar,
machine that will wash and b]
rubbing. It is a perfect w
We make a specialty of all woi
Frattering, Zinc and Sheet Iron
R~epairs on hand and ordered whW
Newberry, S, C., May 9th, 1887
M. OO, I
we were never
CALL AND GET
-ALL OF THE B]
$25 Cash and Balance Noveml
n a Piano.
$10 Cash and Balance Novemb<
Delivered, freight free, to your
i5 days test trial and freight b<
Write for circulars.
L. A. HAWK[Xb- Agent, Newberry
D. SMIT H.)=
ed and all
b, with the
lO -IEMTS FIred several -
U u - and opped
t Of water,
its, Etc. You can save;
l Stand, NEWBERRI
.d WE A e
rbce O ey repbe
R DUEA lay five
etire bank -
iis to say,
I less than
, . swallow
A, S. C- amp, an
ions to our large s-,them in
oic d o ses. --
s, give each
.ulls ;f milk an
Illusions, Lawns, ,an aggre.
in, a fair
et shades for omand .
yds a Special an and._
s and Slippers. of 60,
and Slippers. quantity,
e Pants sold separatj
ES & EDMUNI tlian
S ~Columbia, ye
DENY sre re
a sell our stock of ~Pe?.
We are selling oth4
g-Twenty Plugs for r
room when we ha'ranF
wvent all that sufferin j -
el torn to pieces? W<ter a
each clothing witho-a
onder. Call and see innee
-k in the line of Raiee
work, repairng, &c ' chai l
never desire:. Satisf. una '
SCOTT & B
ignity in -
eeling of '
ek of )te
able to o ee1*"
OUR PRICES. can -
EST MAKES. said:
der 1st, at spot cash pibustle
er ist, at spot cash prie
)th ways, if not satisfac~~
r. TRUMP, Manager