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EV?,Y THURSDAY AT
The king can drink the best of n%ine,
So can I;
And has enough When he would dine,
So have I;
And cannot order ; ain or shine,
Nor can I.
Then where's the difference-let me see
Betwixt my lord the kii and me?
Do trusty friends surrou:d his throne
Night and day?
Or mke his Interest their own ?
No, not they.
Mine love me for myself alo,ne
BIess'd be they.
At-d that's one difference which I see
Betwixt my lord the king and me.
Do knaves around inc lie and wait
Or fawn and flatter when they hate,
And would grieve ?
Or cruel ponmps oppress my state
By my leave?
No, heaven be thanked ' and here you see
'More differences'twixt the king and me,
He has his fools, with jest and quips,
When he'd play;
He has his armies and his ships
Great are they ;
But not a child to kiss his lips
And that's a difference sad to see
Betwixt my lord the king and me,
I wear a cap and he the crown
-" W hat'of that ?
I sleep on straw and he on down
What of that ?
And he's the king and I'm the clown
Happy I and wretched he,
Perhaps the king would change with me.
A NOVEL CAMPAIGN WEAPON.
A Newspaper Enjoined from Support
Ing a Candidate.
NEW O:LEA_s, September 4.-Dur
ing the prese-' campaign, which has
become very warm between the fol
lowers of McEnery r.nd Nicholls, ri
val Democrats, on two occasions in
_ the interest of the former courts were
called upon to enjoin newspapers
from printing editorials in behalf of
the latter. The latest case was that
of the Ascension Democrat. On the
= 31st of August the sheriff, acting
under a writ of sequestration by the
clerk of court, took charge of the
newspaper. Coupled with this was
an. injunction order enjoining the
' board of directors and the editor from
using the columns of the paper in ad
vocacy of Gen. Nicholl's nomination.
A -These writs were obtained by four
stockholders, holding 21 shares out
of a total of 200. The Democrat
Publishing Company bonded the se
questration and took charge of the
paper. The grounds alleged for the
* writ issued were that the policy of
the paper in supporting Nicholls was
in violation of the provision of the
chirter which declared that the paper
should be Democratic in politics.
The absurdity of the suggestion was
Kap pn~o er one.
~The courts are aUd-w~d' great1I
S cense in this State at present. About
a year ago a city editor in New Or-.
-leans was fined $20 for printing the
Spublic proceedings of a murder trial
after the Judge had ordered him not
to do it.
IT THE WOMAN IN LAW.
S. Can She Act in a Fiduciary Capacity
An Interesting Decision by a
bate Judge in his late decision grant
Coleman was go.verned in part by the
fatthat the law is imperative that
where letters of administration have
been granted to an unmarried wom
an, and she afterwards marries
the administration must be revoked.
To his mind the inference was plain
that a married woman cannot act in
'a fiduciary capacity. Moreover, it!
was his opinion that Henry Chamn
bers had not waived his right to ad
minister, as the counsel for'Mrs.
SColeman contended in consenting to
the administration of J. Q. Hood, for
the reason that. according to a later
decision of the Supreme Court of the!
State, an heir at law cannot delegate
his rigzht of administration to another
party. Henry Chambers may have
consented to the Petition of J. Q.
Hood asking for letters of admninis
tration, but he did not thereby waive
higright to administer. The opinion
prevails that the decision of the Pro
bate Judge will be sustained by the
A Large Mortgage Recorded
Mr. James E. Davis has just re
corded the largest mortgage on record
in this county, and perhaps in the
Stote. It is the mortgage of the
ThreeC's Road, given to the Boston
S eot Company. and covers
the aountof l5,O0000.
The floating island on Lake Der
wentwater, Eng!gd, has again made
its 5: carance. It came to the sur
face of the water a year or two ago~
near Lodiore after complete submer
sion for nearly three years. The
cause of the phenomenon has never
haen aidsfatorily explained. I
SHE I)SLIKED HIS INVITATION. G
Bob Bardette insists that he A
overheard a woman lecturing her
husband as follows on board a
"Now, 1'll tell you why I would N
not go into the restaurant and have SE
a cup of coffee with you while we C
were waiting for the train. I didn't
like the way you asked me. Keep ci
quiet. I have the floor. Not half b
an hour before you said to Mr.
Puffer, 'Come, let's get a cigar,' e
and away you went, holding his in
arm, and not giving him a chance gi
to decline. When we met John
O'Howdy on our way to luncheon a
you said: 'Just in time, John; come
take lunch with us.' And then, to- a,
night, when we found the train an m
hour late, you looked at your watch, t
turned to me,. and said in a ques- th
tioning way: 'Would you like a cup a
of coffee?' And I did want it. I
was tired and a little hungry, but
I would have fainted before I
would have accepted such an invi
tation. And you went away a little
bit vexed with me, and had your 1
coffee and bread and butter by
yourself, and didn't enjoy it very
much. In effect you said to me: i
'If you want a cup of coffee, if you c
really want it, I will buy it for you.' r
You are the best husband in the o
world, but do as nearly all the best
husbands do. Why do you men '
seem to dole things out to your ]
wives when you fairly throw them
to the men you know? Why don't (
you invite me heartily, as you in
vite men? Why didn't you say:
'Come, let's get a little coffee and
something,' and take me right c
along with you? You wouldn't say t
to a man, 'Would you like me to
buy you a cigar?' Then why do f
you always issue your little invita- t
tions to treats in that way to me? t
Indeed, indeed, my dear husband,
if men would only act toward their 4
wives as heartily, cordially, frankly "
as they do to men whom they meet, r
they would find cheerier compan- a
ions at home than they could at
THE PAY OF LEGISLATORS. S
Some curious statistics have just r
been published concerning the sala- t
ries given to members of Parlia- t
ment in- various foreign nations. t
To begin with France, the Sena- I
tors and Deputies receive the same j
remuneration-namely, ?1 sterling t
a day. In Belgium each member -
of the Chamber of Representatives (
gets ?17 a month. In Denmark a
the members of the Landsthing aret
paid about 15s. a day. In Portu- t
gal the Peers and Commons are
given the same sum, which is ?67
a year. In Sweden the members
of the Diet receive 2% for a ses
sion of four months, bi.. they ha'e
to refund a fine of 12s. for evr
day's absence. That is not a a
idea. In Switzerland the members
of the National Council get 10s. I
per diem, and those of the Council e
of State from 6s. to 10s. In the I
United States Congressmen are <
paid $5,000, and are allowed an in- E
d.mnity for traveling expenses. t
In Norway. the members of the '
Storthing receive 14s. a day during
the session, which lasts about six
weeks. In Italy the Senators and
Deputies are not paid, but they are
allowed traveling expenses and cer
tain privileges. In Spain the
members of the Cortes are also un
paid, but enjoy many advantages
and immunities. In Greece the,
Senators get ?20 a month and the -
Deputies ?10. In Germany the 2
representatives receive an average1
of 10s. a day. In Austria the pay
is the same as in France, ?1 a day. <
England is the only country where t
members of Parliament are noti
only unpaid, but have no right to s.
AN INTERNATIONAL TUBE. t
Col. J. H. Pierce, of Saithington, i
who has been studying the use of }
pneumatic tubes, has reached a
point at which lie hopes to show
that a tube across the Atlantic can
be used. The tubes will always be
in couples, with the currents of air
in one tube always moving in an
opposite direction from the other.
The heaviest cannon will serve to
illustrate the tube. A car takes
the place of the char~ge, the tube to 1
be indefinitely continuous and the t
seed of the car to be governed by r
the rapidity with which air can be
forced through. c
Time is required to establish a I
current of air flowing with great c
swiftness through a tube perhaps c
thousands of miles in length, but }
when once created the motion will
be nearly uniform. The speed of
the current may be made as great ~
as may be desired by using the
steam driver fans employed in blast
furnaces. Niagara Falls could .
drive blast fans and furnish motive c
power to keep in motion the trains
to connect this continent with the e
The temperature within the tube ~
may be regulated by passing blasts (1
ofair entering the tube through a
furnaces or over ice. The speed 6
attained may reach 1,000 miles an I
hour. The tube lining and car ex- i
teior would be of polished steel, c2
with corrugated sides matching
with wheels p)rovided with anti
friction bearings. The speed, i
owing to tihe curvature of the i
earth's surface, will tend to over
come all weight, and the pressure
will be upon the upper part of the E
tube; thus there is scarcely any|
limit to the speed attainable.
REATEST DONATION OF THE
a Aged Couple Give all their Property
to their Church
IDIANAToULIS, Sept. 9.-A Journal
abash special reports that a War
w. Ind., to-day Chaplain C. C. Mc
tbe, secretary of the Board of Mis
>ns of the Methodist Episcopal
,urch, received in behalf of the
)ard the largest private donation
er made to that body for missions
the history of the church. The
ft cmrsits of property in Warsaw,
lued at $130.000. and the donors
'e Mr. Elijah Hayes and wife. The
roperty comprises their entire pos
ssions. Mr. Hayes asked only an
nuity of $500, which, however, was
ade $1000. The deed provides that
e board shall have for fifty years
e rents and profits of the property
d at the disposal of the board,
r. and Mrs. Hayes are aged and
xve no heirs.
. Woman from Austria.
Near the village of Zilling
nrf, i Lower Austria, lives
iria lI:as, an intelligent and
. tstrious woman, whose story
f physical suffering and final
if, as related by herself, is
f interest to En-lish women.
I was eml)loye ," she says,
in the work of a large farm
ouse. Overwork brought on
(k hleadhehle, followed by a
eathly fainting and sickness
f the stomach, until I was
b::il,le to retain either food or
rInk. I was compelled to
. ke to my bed for several
eeks. Getting a little better
ron rest and quiet, I sought
a) (o somne work, but was soon
aken with a pain in my side,
hich in a lit ile while seemed
sprend over my whole body,
nd tlIobi.e t in m;y ( very limb.
'his was followed by a cough
nd shortness of breath, until
naly I could rot sew, and I
ook to my bed for the second,
nd, as I thought, for the last
ime. My friends told me that
iy time had nearly come, and
hat I could not live longer
han when the trees put on
heir green once more. Then I
appened to get one of the Sei
el pamphlets. I read it, and
av dear mother bought me a
'ttle of SEIGEL 'S SYRUP
Shaker Extract of Roots)
hich I took exactly according
o directions, and I had not
aken the whole of it before I
elt a change for the better. My
ast illness, began June 3d,
882, and continued to August
t, when I began to take the
yrup. Very soon I could do a
ittle light work. The cough
eft me. and I was no more
roubd in breathing. Now I
anm perfetly cured; and oh,
ow happy. I am! I cannot
xpress gratitude enough for
EIGEL'S SYRUP (Shaker Ex
ract of Roots). Nowy I must
ell you that the doctors in our
!istrict distributed handbills
autioning the people against
he medicine, telling them it
vould do no good, and many
vere thereby influenced to> de
troy the Seigel pamphlets; but
ow, whenever one is to. be
ound, it is kept like a relic.
'he few preserved are bor
owed. to read, and I have lent
ine for six miles around our
istrict. People have come
ic teen miles to get me to buy
h'e medicine for them, know
ng that it cured me, and to be
ure to get the right kind. I
:now a woman who was look
rg like death, and who told
hem there was no help for her,
hat she had consulted several
octors, but none could, help
er. I told her of Seigel's
vi-up,. and wrote the name
swn for her that she might
ake no mistake. She took
y advice and the Syrup, and
low she is in p)erfect health,
d the people around us are
iazed. The medicine has
jade such progress in our
eighborhood that people say
hey don't want the doctor any
[lore, but they take the Syrup.
~ufferers from gout who were
onfned to their b)eds and could
ardlv move a figer have been
ured by it. There is a girl in
ur distriet who caught a cold
y going th1rough~l some water,
ndwas ini bed five years with
ostivenes<andB( rheumatic pains,
nd had to have an attendant
o watch by her. There was
ot a doctor in the surrounding
istrict to whom her mother
ad not applied to relieve her
ld, b)ut every one crossed
Iemselves and said they could not
ep her. Whenever the little bdIl
iug. which is rung in our plae
-en anybody is dead, we thouight
rely it was for her; but Seigers
rup and l'xis (Shaker Extract of
ots) saved her life, and now she
;as heathy as anybody, goes to
burch, and~ canl wor1k even in the
id. Everybody was astonished
-hen they saw her out. kn~owin'g
ow man'y years she hadl been in
ed. To-c:v~ she adds her grati
ae to minw for God s mercies and
Sid :arp MMJ H.us.
K:e ~i. .1[ -o are now being
oh inx all er .v4 tf - wor:l. and
~e WOAdhi:g wouuders, as shown in
he above e me. A. J. WLTrrE,
51 Warren St., NeW York.
Navigating In the Air.
I)ispathe Lon<don Standard.
It is announced that Captain Ren
arti, chief of the military halloon
service at the camp of Chalons, has
invented a mechanism for balloon
steering and propelling. The balloon
made by him two years ago could
not make headway against a current
of the velocity of more than five
meers a second, that is to say, against
a light wind. It is affirmed that
with his invention the balloon will
be able to resist a current of double
the strength. If it is true, it is a
step forward which may render bal
loons really useful in times of war.
Captain Renard is so confident of
the success of his new propelling
mechanism that, in order to prevent
the secret being discovered, he is
having each piece of the machine
made in a different establishment This p<
and in various parts of France. ecno
not be so]
When they are all finished they will oflow tes
be sent to him, and he himself will POWDER
put the'n together.
The Dakota Bell says: "A Rus
sian named Skrezcypezywsijavich,
living in Campbell county, recently
lost a blooded colt worth $200.. He
had his farm fenced with his name,
and the colt ran into it and ctt his
leg all to pieces on the 'z's' and
The Verdict Unanimous,
W. D. Sult, Druggist. Bippus. Ind., testifies:
"I can recommend Electric Bitters as the
very best remedy. Every bottle sold has
given relief in every case. One man took six
bottles, and was cured of Rheumatism of 10
N ears' standing.' Abraham Hare, druggist,
Bellville, Ohio, affirms: "The best seulling
medicine I have ever handled in my -0 years'
experience, is Electric Bitters." Thousands of
otheis have. added their testimony. so that N
the verdict is unanimous that Electric Bitters
do cure all diseases ot the'Liver. Kidneys or
Blood. Only a half dollar a bottle at CUfiele
& Lyons' Drug Store. 7-21-it.
A Woman's Discovery. Bed for
"Another wonderful discovery has, been B
made and that too by a lady In this country.
Disease fastened its clutches upon her and
for s-ven years she withstood its severest
tests, but her vital organs were undermined
and death seemed imminent. For three
months she coughed incessantly a-d c uld
not sleep. She bought of us a bottle of Dr. Fully
King's New Discovery for Consumption and F.
was so much relievyd on taking first dose ine
that she slept all night and with one bottle Pictui
has been miraenlously cured. Her name is Machint
Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus write W. C. Ham
rick & Co., of Shelby, N. C.-Get a free trial Writir
bottle at Cofield & Lyons' Drug Store. cils, anG
REDI /zr ND's All ci
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'jr [ewis Bn Redmond, g
THE NOTED MOONSHINER. vo" T
This Whiskey is guaranteed by Major tal
R. to be pure Hand Mash and unadul- adts
ter-ated, and as its numerous testimonials ua.lTextra
go to shlow, is especially adaptedl for say ,clet:
medical use. Sold in Newberry only by successft
J. F. W HEE LER. quences'
F. W. WAGENER & Co., Sole Ae nts, cP tin
Charleston, S. C. every su1
DEAFNSF Its causes and a newan4 suc- two post
i . cessful CURE at yor own
t home, by one who was deaf twenty.eght T
years. Treated by most of the noted spe- 41 Ann S
ciahsts without benefit. Cured himself in
three months, and since then hundreds of E. x- Ha
others. Full particulars sent on appliri.
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R' GR TONO ou dela.I
*[arsn from"** h*n2 ""-5A"ld .anene rh eeble ity,W
and disorders Of stoach nd bowels. 500 a r sen d $1
Pomona Hill Nurseries. Six boti
POMONA N. C. LIEI
'P3wo and a half miles west of Greens- Sold
boro, N. C. The mlain line of the R. & .
D. R. R. passes through the grounds~ and Trad
within 10)0 feet of the office. Salem
trains make regular stops twice daily
each way. Those interested in Fruit
and Fruit growing are cordially invited
to inspect this the largest nursery in the
State aind one among the largest ini the
The propietor has for many years
visited the leading Nurseries North and
West, and corresponded wvith those of
foreign conutrips, gat her ig every' frutt
that was calculatied to suit. the South.
both niative anid fo'reign. The repulLa
ron of Pomona Ilil Nurseries is such
that many agents go(ing onut from Greens
boro, rep.rese-ntinzg other nurseries, try
to leaive 4the impress.ion thazt they are
representing these nurserie's. Why do
ther do it ? Let the public answer.
I have in stock growing (and can show
visitors the same) the largest and best
st ock of trees, &c., ever shown or seen Drs.
in anytwo nurseries in North Carolina, STARK!
consisting of apple, peachl, pear, cherry, (NDJP
plum, grape, Japanese persimmon. Ja- refer (in
panese plum, apricots, nectariene-, Su-- standing
sian apricot, mulberry, quinces. Sall~
fruits : Strawberry, raspberry, cuirran ts, hi r
pecans, Enlgli-h walnutc, rhubarb, as- D. KeUe3
paragus, evergreens, shade trees, rores, RevVi
Give your order to my authorized *tQuceo
agent or order direct from the nursery- "o
Correspondence solicited. Descriptive IAND R E
catalogues free to applicants. g
Address, ;in a
J. VAN. LINDLEY, , will be mai
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solutely Pure. Ca
wder never varies, A marvel of US;
rngth and wholesomenes. More
al than the ordinary kinds. and can
din competition with the mnltitude
|. short weight alum or phosphate
Sold onl in cans. ROYAL BAKING
.o 106 W all st.. N. Y. 1 - ly.
:"l _ ? ?, . thi
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ieused a fecv months before conhnement. $5
book "To MoTu ns," mailed free- th
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iND 'WINDOW SI1DES F:
kT v CENTS.
supp!y of Machine Needles.
ot of Zephyr just arrived.
*e Frames made to order by
ig Paper. Ink. Pene, Lead Pen
a variety of Fancy Articles. in
eap at rei
R. C. WILLIAMS.
Lost, How Restored!
ied, a new edition oc Dr. Culver
ebrated Eesay 0" the radlical cure of
)RRHEA or Seminal Weakness. In
v Seminal Losses, I3wOTESCY. Men- C
ysical Incapacity, Ipediments to
etc:: also, CONSCtPTION. EPILEPSY
induced by self-indulgence, or s x-c
banedeauthor, in this admirable es
ly demonstrates tr<-m a thirty yeari.
I ractice, that the alarming conse:
~selt abuse may be radhcal ly cured ;
ut a miode of cure at once simple,
md effectual, by means of which
et er, no matter what his condition. A
ay cure himself cheaply, privately
I ecture shonid be in the hands of
ith anid every nman in the land.
pstpaid, on receipt of fur cnt or
Lge stamps. Ad4lres
uverwell Medical Co.,
., New York, N. Y. P. O. Box 450.
ker, Proprietor. Established.1842
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S, SASH, BLINDS,
)NC and BUILD'INC MATERIAL.D
d Warerooms, King, Opposite
on] Street, Charleston, S. C.
PEOPL E TE
ve been disappointed in thle
>btained from the use of CO- Ci
VINES, BEEF WINE and
>r to so called EMULSION
LIVER O1L, should use=
nation of Wild Cherry, Ex
Malt, and the Hiyphosphites.
RY-MALT acts on the Stomn
Liver, increasing the ape Tr
isting digestion. thereby miak
>plicable for Dyspepsia in its
forms; Loss of Appetite,
be, Insomnia. General Debil
t of Vitality. Nervous Pros
r Druggist does not keep it,
.00 for one bottle or $5.00 for
es. Express paid.
IG PHARMA CAL CO..
78 Maiden Lane, N. Y.
by all Druggists.
A 0 FOR CONSUMPT
y TARRH, HAY
LEN PA ~ RHEUMAT]
ofof their ad Nm~
as Physicians) ".'C
e :rs wHohave tried
Member of Congress, Phila.:;
Lor L. Conrad, Editor Lutheran
Phila: Rev. Chas. W. Cushing,
N'. Y.: Hon. William Penn Nixon, Ed
kean, Chicago, Ill.: Judge H. P. Vroomian,
Can.& thousands oothers in every par'tofthe wor
POUND OXYGEN-ITS MODE OF AC
SU LTS ' is thetite of abook of two hundr
yDrs. Starkey and Pulen, which gives to
uion as to this remarkable curative aetand anr
wide range of chironic cases-many othem alIer I
led free to any address on application.
TARKEY & PALEN;-i5g
)f my immen=e stock of Spring Cloth
for mien. youths and boys. The
gnitude of my stock has never before
,n eqtilel. Jiy steLdily i:creasint_
int-ss and the liberal patronage upon
in the past has justified me in select
this l:tr,e and well assorted stock of
-ine clothing. rhe faney and plain
eviot wade in Square-eut Sacks. Cut
ay Sack-. and the One and Four
ton Cutaway Coat. You will also
1 Serges, Cassimere, Worsteds. Whip
-d and Corkscrews made i-i the man
as the Cheviot, eleg.antly made and
nmed. These garitetnts are guaran
( to tit, an'l made equal to any mer
tnt tailor garment. I have taxe<l my
t efiorts in securing this Ci:ISs of
:ds from tIhe best nat,nufacturers in
er to conmpete wirh custom work, and
sell Vou these goods at one-half their
ee. Ma:ny who have h:ad their clothes
,de have been p:ttronizing the Empo
m of Fashion. "WI?" Because they
as fine a suit, and will lit as well,
1 better trinined. and equally as well
de, and at a con-iolerable l-ss lost.
utost important feature is that they
t keep trying on until they can get a
isfactory fit and run no risk, as they
ially do when having them made to
['his stock is complete in every stylt
Hat that a gentleman can wish for.
nong this stock will be found the cel
rated Boston Flexible Stiff Hat in all
latest Spring shapes, in the fashion.
le shades of Granite, Pearl, Nutr,
own and-Black, also Pearl Cassimere
.ts. The celebrated Dunlap Stiff Hats
the latest Spring styles. These Hats,
well as the Boston Flexible, can only
found here as I am the sole agent for
se manufactures. My stock of Strai
its is so large, and the styles are so nu.
srous, that it will be impossible to gc
:o details. Suffice it to say that il
complete in every respect in regard tc
ce and quality.
Iy business in this line has inereasei
that I have enlarged this departmen
order to i:tke room for my large as
rment of Gent's Fine Shoes for Sprinz
d Summer wear. Among the leadint
tkes the celebrated Bannister Shoe:
tv he found in all.the latest shapes ir
ingress, Lace and Low-quarter Shoes
tave a beautiful line of Shoes in al
les, Hand-sewed, guaranteed fo
,00-the best shoe in the city. Al6
celebrated 1>ouglass Shoe, warranted
ice in men's, $3.00; in boys' $2.00.
Eloping to see you at the Emporium o:
shion inspecting this mammoth stock
Respectfully, 31. L. KINARD.
Columbia, S. C.
[ still continue to treat the di-eases o
men, both married and single.
I'here is a physical cause of sterilit:
young married females which can b<
moved very easily.
P. B. RUFF, M. D.
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aess- TIlE STAR,
Eroadway and Park Place, New York
5Ton Wagon ~cie
Tars Beam and Bean Boa for
BINGBUAMlTON. N. Y
ION, ASTHMA, DYSPEPSIA, CA
FEVER, HEADACHE, DEBILITY,
SM, NEURALGIA, and all Ckronic
OM POU ND O XYG E N" being taken ino
the s~'tm the Brain, Spinal Marrow, and the
hierre.Gngia-" Nervous Centres "are
nourishe and made,.urore active. Thus
the Founain Head of all activity,
~ 's both mental and physical, is re
stored to a state of integrity,
and the nervous system,
Othe organs, and the
Id. Jmuscles all act
cg to diet other physicians. XI
I2GArch Pil. Pa.
~ .~ -
IriN Use !
if YOU want to bu,d up h1ome
enterprise to send off to get
what you can buy at home. Lv
We speak for our Lranch of.
the trade 't this time and
it applies equally as well to
all trades and professions in
the town and county. We Ar
are not seltish. But we want
that ve are prepared to do. F.y
It is not too much to say that
our work is equal to the best.
We can print anything and
bind to some extent. That's
honest. We make a specialty
of everything needed in a town
like ours. We haven't said I.
a word about the -
Steam Power A
which we put ii last spring.
It is a small beginning, and "
should not be despised. The
first steam printing ecL done
in Newberrv was in our estab- c
lishment, and it's still going
on. You know that steam m
power is much more satisfac- a1
tory than hand power in any
enterprise where power is to
be used. Our power is pro.
duced by a novel piece of;
mechanism in the shape of an
engine no bigger than a stove! Lv
Come in and see it in opera
tion. We take delight in r
seeing t ou about as well as
asking you to
gieUs You idrt
for either a visiting card or a
mammoth poster. We have
facilities .for printing
Lawyers' Briefs, -
Minutes of Meetings,
Shipping Tags, IO
Price Lists, I
Weddin g Invitations,
and anything else you need
that we havec not mentioned.
We guarantee satisfaction in
every particular. We put
Stationery in Pads
at a small trifle extra over the
ordinary loose sheets with or
without blotters. The pads
we use are excelled by none,
being very neat with inter
A word just now about our
may not be out of season. A
comparison of them with any
establishment in the~ Statei
should bo granted a clinching
argument for yo ur patronag~e
of bomne enterprise.
anybody with a lack of app)re
ciation for home folks, but we p.
know that some people, unle'ss
reminded, (10 forget that t hey c
can gret at home w hat they
often send to distant placces ce
for. D)on't forget.
The Herald and News
is $.50 a year, with onie price c
for advertising. The paper
may speak for itself just now.
AULL & HOUSEA.
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
icbmond an d Dan vile Railres
EU3I3CA AaD GREEINILLE DIVL ION.
rd.llsca Schedule in Effect Avg. 14, 1987.
(Tramis run on 75th Meridian time.)
NOlTILnUND.-NO.53. No. 51.
C,at , .......... fi a m * 1 0
a 1st(": -- ... -- l. 5 9 -" J1 0
AC.............I qp in ()
UTnion .... .... 4 15 1250am
Sparranburg ... 45 2 12
^'ryon ..4 07 ---.
Stlud:. ....... 4 57
Fla5 3ock. 5 3
Hiendersonville.. 5 53
Hot Springs ......9 00
A IStOn...........iU 59 sin
l'rosperity ...... . 1 44 p in
Newberry........ 1 0 p in
I.a:rtns ........t 5 45 -
N iuet y-Six.... 213
(reen wo'"d......... 2 5"'
Greenvi'le.......... 5 40 "
A:bbeville. 4 :'"
Anderol... 4 50 "
senP~C! ...... ,;u2"
walhel.s......... 6 35 -
Atlanta...... ... 10 4 ) "
SOUTIHfOUND.-No 52 N.5
WaL:i la....... ... t 5,5 a m
A ,bl tlevili ....... 10 45 -
(ireenviil........ 9 4.)
Greenwoo.1........ 12 56 p in
n-tv Six............ 1 3 ' '
La'urers........... S 45 a m7
Newberry.........30.'. p mn
Prosperity......... 3 23 --
M.4t0i............ 4 05
Hot Spring...... *7 pm
Asheville.......... . 949
Hiendersonvi:le . 11 67 "
Tryon..... ....... ........1239am
SpartanLurg... . 6 00 an 2 1
Union.......... ..3 45
Alston......... 1145 " 537
co!mia........3 10 p nim
Columbia.......... 5 07 631)
Au .sta............ 9 15 " 10 3
(:tRR)... 945 1035
ACL) ........945 1120 "
Savannah (via C & s)63P
tD.%1LY EXCEPT SLNDAY.
T11ROUGH~ CARl SERVICE.
n Trains Nos. 51 and 50, Pullman Sleepers
ween savannah and Hot Springs, N. C. vie..
C. L. Columbia and Sparlaz,bu.g Through
"4enger Coach between Charleston and
r ri-+tuw n. via. S. C. Railway, Columbia
Jckets oil sale at pri: cipal stations to all -
Jas. L Taylor, Gen. Pass. Agent z
.Ca.-dwell, Ass't Gen. Pass Agt. Colm-.
)l. Haaa, Tralile Manager.
LMlN6TZ0I, COLUMBIA & AU6USTARAILROAD
r1tED July 12ih, lsSs. -No. 4G. No. 40.
Wilmington . 201'. 3. 10 p. M
Marion.............1u " 1240 A.X.
rive ilor22ce...........25 " 15
titr 07 -...........434A . 434
Cciuhii...4.4 57 "4 '
TRtAL.S GOL"G :NORTH.
. Cou!is............. 9:P..
rive Sumatr ................. 1155 "
,ve Yorez":e ............_.. 1 30 P3. 507 A. 3t
Marion.................514 53 "
1L. 1int-ealnaw.......714 c 7 44~
W ilnmington ...........s:i3 " 907 '
;rain No. 4:3 stops at all Stations.
;os. 4a an 41 stops only at Brinley'.
iiteville, Lake Waccainaw, Fair Bluff,
uho:s, Marion, Pee Dee, Florence,'rTimmons
I, Lynuchburg, Itayesvile, Sumter, Wedgn
Ad, Camnden Junlctionl and Eastover.
'assengera for (oluznbia and all points on'
ii+G. I. R., C ,C. doAA. ..Stations, Aiken
action., and all points beyond, should take
46 Night b3xpress.
eparate Pullman Sleepers for Savannah
1 for Augusta on train 45.
'assengers on 40 can take 48 train from Flu
ice for Columbia, Augusta and Gieorgi1
in s via Columbia.
Lii train~s run solid between Charleston anua
JOh N F'. DIVIN7E.
M. EMZERSON, (xen'i P.ass. Agt.
t IEXEP SUNDAY. JUNE Co1
n.0A . sne Trains Nosi5Ian ru ulmn aes
lowger CoEachr teenCareto n
riTOw A.D F. CRlway,Colubi
u Cheston..le at pri ci staion toam
par Cae s'n...70 Pas Ag.(lumbia
21 as rm amamger.p
paTClRAia.N 0 7OING S OUT3.
DEanDeJly.h,1285- 125ly 742i7y.
. arion..............6 "3120A.3.
ele Fo1:ce........12 5 "730 94
pr Comue............. 3A.SO 4 633pm"
e Aumbsta............40 m 60"p
partuguta . 10a 43 4N.47. -
do a Lnon po, C Lurail. ailyo.
:Chrt. Columbia .......... 95gst hail
bd.by iose.............. a : fro all pointA.o
'd rain le 4toat Calsttons. ' ..
;os.t 4lorrand 4, Tpinya rike'
:i, arion, Peeh Steaes forNe Timons
r, Camden withihrlon Eandstover. n
asrongertean foroumbiaa and all it n
& . R . ,C A .R.ait Ger.i tain, Cena
ractio and f all points n,stl take
eparaAte Punanleepersn from pavnsah
rwfor Aguta'on Trug4h -ikt cnb
~ce toa oint, SAuta and Getrgia
n. s iaCQU ,et olumbia.
J '-N I P GK,eneral Superedan
. . AESN Genl Pass. Agn it. -g.~
ThLaroTina CASTa CLnapa .
WilENingn SN.DA, JUNE I2, 1887,a
6.ast Li. b1.,tweenge Chrlesin, ioruma
N o AND C ro HA L8C
ae Char.ston......10.3p mn 7 00 am
aChrest...... 7 834.apm
e Coluibia........104 am 90.45ap
amisbr. a 30pm pm
par Chumbia......0 .7...4015p3
Lac ptr. p 70pm pm .
amkil am 03mpm -
patCad e....74 74 63 153p0
eClubi'......... 57 45 p m
at Clmbia...... 6.6a 33 p'mn
e A guta...........14 a 413.5 p in
SptAruta......... 6210am 4.40p m
A-eClu i..i.......19.45 a m .5 n
deaN:in ipt o.mbi. with C52.
;Lv and ndrenvile 1lra 07 trin arvn
m.45A.anddepairting2 a 5.3 P. (0 Also
hCarlote,Clumbia and A 4gusa tin
Gedbsaentrintlael.ro al 00oino
Nch o orro n,0Tenn
assenge r tee 7ristk 0upe a i
.L:haresto 93thSt am 80rNe5pmk
) n Tuesdays taid F.r illave Cihstae
Jakn.iivile Cnd pointon 9:4e S. Jn's
eoi' r;a inshew Charleston and vna
nts ini. FSorida
!;eAugustaro with Geriacad toentra
airds5. torandfoal bpointsChrestn and
2th.ar Atoacener froldn oist on
lra ahc uf- eing
D.eto n HoQUEN Agen, .-ambii.
JONu P,General eitne.
Wil. mgo, .C,Jnc1,18