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Ni WBERRY, S. C. E
arion's New Enterprises. t
Specil to the News and Courier. I
COLmBIA, October 28.-The dec
}aration of the Marion Cotton Mills ,
was filed in the office of the secretary o
of State to-day. The names of those t
desiring to form the corporation are n
as follows: G. A. Norwood, R. Jor
dan, E. H. Gasque. W. C. McMillan, i
B. R. Mellins, J. M. Johnson. The z
place of business of the company will a
be at Marion. -
The objects are to manufacture
cotton fabrics, to handle, gin and
purchase seed cotton, to manufacture
} the several products of cotton seed
and to conduct a gengral mercantile p
T business in connection with the man- c
ufacturing enterprises. The com. t
pai.y also desire the privilege of p
making brick and manufacturing b
other materials needed about their v
buildings. The capital stock of the I
company will be $100,000, to be di- v
vided into one thousand shares of fI
$100 each. 1
Another declaration from Marion 5
was received to-day by the secretary r
of State, that of the "Marion Iron
Works." Messrs. Emerson McDuffie,
Geo. A. Norwood, Joseph J. Black
well, W. Howard Cross and C. A.
Wood are the parties desiring to
form this corporation. With the ex- t
ception of Joseph W. Holiday, who v
is from Horry, the company will be c
composed of Marion men. The cap- t
ital stock will be $9,000, to be di- c
;: vided into ninety shares. The ob- i
S jects are to manufacture and sell all i
kinds of machinery, farmers' imple
anents, vehicles and wood and ment
. .-- t
A Lottery Advertising Dodge Nipped a
in the Bud. C
City Prosecuting Attorney Nich- d
olson, of Chicago, has circumvented
the cleverest advertising dodge ever
tried by the Louisiana State Lottery. 3
A few days ago what purported to be"
a family magazine entitled "Family s
Fiction,' fell into his hands. It was I
filled with reading matter of a light c
- -character. It professed to be pub
lished at Washington. at a subscrip- a
tion price of $2 per annum, and for
$3 additional the publishers agreed
to insure the lives of the subscriber.
In several parts of the magazine a
were advertisements of the Louisiana
State Lottery, with directions, testi
monials, &c. It was found that the
"insurance" mont.y was for t'ie lot
tery tickets, and the "policy would
be paid in case of accident-that is,
in case the holder held the lucky
number. The men who were band
ling~ this queer publication were
arrested and fined, and 7,000 copies
S of the magazi,ne were confiscated.
The same dodge, no doubt, will be
tried in other States. Let our State
authorities be on the watch for such
~' fraudulent schemes.
A Pleasant Incident.4
Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Davis and
their two daughters, Miss Winnie
and Mrs. Hayes passed through the
t city yesterday enroute for Macon,
where they go as guests of that city
to attend the fair. On their arrival
in this city they were given quite an
ovation, cannons were fired and hun
~'dreds of people turned out to pay
$'their respects to the distinguished
/ party. One of the most pleasant in
cidents of the occasion was that
which occurred during the fiiring
of the cannon. An old, grey
neaded veteran approached Captain
Clisby and asked: "Captain what
are you firing these guns for ?" "In
honor or the arrival of ex-President
~. Davis or the late Southern Confed
-- eracy," replied Captain Clisby. "Well
captain, I was a gunner in the Twen
ty-fifth Indiana infantry, and I am
one of those who realize that the
war .is over, and lf you have no ob
jection I would like to fire one salute
myself." "Captain Clisby readily
gave his consent for the old northern
soldier, who believed the dead past
should bury its dead, to fire a salute
in honor of the ex-president of the
- lost cause, and he did it like an old
gunner and a true patriot.]
When asked his name, he pulledi
out his note book and wrote, "James
S. Smith, Twenty-fifth Indiana bat
The Government Must Control the Tel
Ten days ago, with competition in
the field, a private dispatch ten
words in length could be sent over
- t'.e Western Union Company's wire(
from Washington to Chicago for ]
twenty cents. Now, with the Balti- 1
more and Ohio lines absorbed, that r
corporation coolly charges fifty cents
for the same service'.
The former price was possibly a
* trifle too low to be fairly remunera
tive; the latter is certainly too high.
- It is fixed without any regard for the
equities of life and in violation of
sound business principles. Plainly
sp)eaking, it is extortion, pure and
themple, and is the measure of what
teowners of the concern think the
public can be made to bear so long
as it has no means of helping itself.
More than that, it tends to create
a popular demand for a government
telegraph service, which eventuaily
will become so general and urgent
~I that it can no longer be denied by
Congress. And when that time
comes the result will not be reached
by the purchase of the existing sys
tern for from $80,000,000 to $100,
000,000, as its owners hope, but by
the erection of new and better lines,
equal in mileage and capacity to
those now controlled by the monop
oly for about one-tenth of the first
WN hen tbe Postal Department un
dertook the carriage of merchandise
parcels it did not buy out the ex
.press companies whose business it
shared. Neither need it buy out ex
isti ng telegraph lines when it inau
Sgurates a postal telegraph service in
obedience to the popular will.
The Little Orphan.
- Mrs. Seago, one of the Trustees of the
New Orleans Orphan Home, gives l>r.
Biggers' Huckleberry Cordial for the
relie~f of all bowel troubles. She niever1
Death Caused by Curiosity.
GANESVILLE, GA., October 2' -Ed
,ard Haynes was shot and instantly
illed to-day in Hoschton, a small town
ear here. It seems that William Mc
ants, a prominent citizen of that place,
ad circulated stories concerning Mr. Joe
lalock of this city. Mr. Blalock sent no
ce to McCants that he would call on him
>-day for retraction or blood. When
lalock reached Hoschton he saw Mc
ants standing in his store door about a
undred yards distant. Both drew re
olvers at once and began firing at each
ther. Joe Haynes, who was in one of
ie stores between the points where the
ten stood, rushed out to see what was
ze matter, only to have his body pierced
n both sides by the bullets of both men.
[e fell dead on the sidewalk, while citi
ens grasped the duellists and took their
'eapons from them.
Big Pay for Auctioneers.
By the way, the auction sales now
rogressing at Tallapoosa, under
barge of Colonel Adair, recalls that
bnt gentleman has frequently been
aid one thousand dollars a day for
is services as auctioneer. This
ras done for three days at the first
iirmingham sale. At a later sale he
ras paid five hundred dollars a day
)r his services. Sheffield ought to
ave paid him as much. He has
robably sold more property than any
ian in Georgia.
Ve Thought He was a Better Farmer.
Last week our types made us say,
hat Mr. D. C. Smith near I1avirds
ille had gathered 150 bushels of
orn from 30 acres. It should have
een 150 busnels from five. The
ther way, five bushels to the acre,
ras, and is, our own experience as a
armer, hence the mistake.
Bucklen's Arnica Salva.
The Best S.lve in the world for Cuts. Sores
ruise%. Ulcers, Salt Itheum. Fever Sores, Tet
.r, Chapped Hands, Chillb;ains, Corns, and
11 Skin Eruptions, and positively cures piles
r no pay required. It is guairanteed to give
erfect satisfaction, or money refunded.
,rice '5 cents per box. For sale by Cofield
cott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil with
%or Lunq Troubles and Wasting Diseases.
DR. J. SIMONAUD, New Orleans, La.,
ays: "Scott's Emulsion is the finest
reparation of the kind. In affections
I the lungs and other wasting diseases,
re may consider it our most reliable
gent. In a perfectly elegant and agree
ble form." 9-S--it.
W. D. Hoyt & Co., Wholesale and Retail
)ruggists of Rome. Ga.. say : We have been
elling Dr. King's New Discovery, Electric Bit
ers and Bucklen's Arnica Salve for two years
lave never handled remedies that sells a
rell, or ;ive such universal satisfaction
here have been some wonderful cures atfect
ed by these medicines in this city. Several
ases of pronounced Consumption have bes
ntirely cured ny use of a tew bott'es of Dr
Eing's New Discovery, taken in connectior
rith Electric Bitters. We guarantee them
,lways. Sold by Cofield & L vons.
Mr. N. H. Froblichstein, of Mobi'e, Ala.
rites; I take gr eat pleasure in recommend.
ng Dr. King's New Discove, y for Consump
on. having used It for several attacks o:
ronchi is and Catarrh. It gave me instan1
elief and entir ely cured mue and I have nol
meen atflicted since. I also beg to state thal
had tried other remedies with no good re
it. Have also used Electr.ic Bitters and Dr
Eing's New Life P'ills, both of which I car;
Dr. King's '.ew Discovery for Consumption
;oghs and Colds, is sold on a positive guar
Trial bottle free at Ccneld & Lyons' Drmy
Felena High School,
Male and Female.
LTHUR KIBLEE, A. B., Principal
iss BEUT.A E. GRENEKER, Ass'nt
Second Session Opens
1st Monday in September
mnd will continue nine calendar months
Tuition $1 to $2 per month accordinij
Board can be had in private familie:
it from $7 to $10 per month.
For further particulars apply to th
Principal, or to
JAMES F. GLENN,
Secretary Board of Trustees.
Next Session Monday October 3d
ind will continue till 3d Monday a
Preparatory Department-Tuition pe
nont-Junior Class $1.50; Middle Clas
3.00; Senior Class $4.50.
Collegiate Department-Tuition pe:
Sons of Clergymen at half rates
0ard $10.00 per month. From Monda3
o Friday $6.00.
Expense of student rooming in Col
ege, for board, room, fuel arnd washl
ng, $11.50 to $12.00 pe'r month.
Inquire of the P'resident.
8-4-it. REv. G. W. H OLL AND.
For sale, on reasonable terms, 1,140
cres of land, timbered with long leaf
ie, suitable for turpentine business,
rossties, saw-milling, &c. Situated in
iexington Fork, eight miles from Co
rmbia, and within one and a half
iles of the Columbia, Newberry and
~aurens Railroad now building.
For terms and any other information,
.ddress J. R. PRICE,
106-6t. Columbia, S. C.
I will make a final settlement in thi
~robate Court for Newberry County of
e estate of Hendlerson Williams, de
eased, on 21bt Novemrber 1887, and ims
nediately thereafter apply for a fina
lischtrge. All persons hoiding demand:
gaist said estarte, must pr-esenIt thner
o my attorney. 0. L. Schumpert, Esq.
n or before said dlate.
GEORGE T. COLEMAN.
October 18, 1887.-5t.
A SPECIFIC FOR
rofUse canty andi~___
Thou hast won
In the fight for me;
Thou hast stood
By the good
Faithfully for me.
Sin and wrong for me;
I who died,
Over death for thee.
Thou hast run
In the race for me;
Now the rest
Which is best,
At my side for thee.
Thou hast wrought for me;
Mansions built for thee.
The Atlantic Coast Line's Vestibule
Trains to Florida.
The general excellence of tl
Atlantic Coast Line railway syste
is recognized everywhere and the
oughly appreciated by the travelir
public. It is one of the very be
equipped and best managed rai
roads in in the country, and t1
fact is a source of infinite gratific
tion to all who have watched i
progressive and liberal manag
ment, and its gradual but sure ar
onward march to its present prc
perity, and eminent position
The Coast Line never tires
its efforts to improve and to exp
dite travel, while never losing sig
of the convenience and comfort
its patrons. To meet the deman
of the increasing tourist and plea
ure-seeking travel to Florida, ai
to keep pace with the luxurio
hotels provided for their comfo]
arrangements have been made f
the running of Pul'man vestibt
trains between New York a:
Florida, beginning the first of Ja
These trains are so connected
means of vestibules that they c
stitute one continuous car, render
flexible at the points of connecti
by means of folded rubber di
phragms. Through this ingenio
device the entire train is made
form a series of apartments,
that the traveler may pass from o
end of it to the other precisely
he passes from one room to anoth
in his own house. These vestibul
are formed by enclosing the pl%
form-they are as elegantly f
ished as any part of the car-ci
peted so as to entirely conceal t
points of connection between t
joined cars, and illuminated
means of electric lights dependi
from the ceilings, whose rays f
through cut-glass paneled do<
full upon the steps.
Many of the advantages of i
vestibule train are obvious.
relieves the traveler, in passi
from one part of the train
another, from the annoyance of I
whirlwind on the platform caus
by the rapid motion of the train,
also from the cold of the open
in winter, from the dust in su
Smer, and from the storms at
seasons. It forms an easy conn
tion with the dining-room, smokii
room and the library.
Trains of these cars, compos
exclusively of drawing-room, c<
taining library, reading, smoki
rooms and buffet dining cars,
which meals will be served en rou
and sleeping cars fitted with all i
Scomforts and conveniences and 11
ruries, are now being built by 1
SPullman Palace Car Company
rthis service, which will undoubte4
form the finest railway trains
the world. On the exterior th
improved cars will present the
pearance of a block of artistical
finished hoises, while interio
they will rival both in beauty ~
decoration and in varied living c<
veniences, an elaborately finisl
and richly appointed city mansi
The schedule for these trains 3
be so arranged as to leave 2E
York after breakfast and res
Florida the following day in ti
for dinner, being but one night
the road.-Wilmington, N. C., M
THE DIFFERENCE FORTUNE MAE
The writer who penned the i
lowing has evidently had an ex
rience on the unfortunate side
the subject on which he wrii
which enables him to picture
Swell the contrast in the modes
-greeting one's friends when pr
jperity reigns or adversity ov
Scomes the business man: It is s
'prising what a wonde:-ful effect*
insolvency of a merchant has ul
his former creditors! Men who
fore were only too glad to take la
by the arm and laugh and cl
with him by the hour now shi
their shonlders and pass him
the street with a frigid "How d'dc
Every trifling item of a bil]
hunted up and presented that un<
other circumstances would not he
seen the light of day for moni
to come. If the bill is paid, iw
and good; but if the obligati
is not immediately cancelled, i
scowl of the sheriif meets him
the nearest corner. A busin<
man who has never failed can kn
but little of human nature, for
prosperity he sails along gent
his bark wafted over placed s<
by favoring smiles and kind woi
from everybody. He prides hi
self on his name and spotless ch
acter, and makes it his boast ti
he has not an enemy in the wor
'but when advrsity nd misfort
knock at his door, he is forced to
look at the world in a less roseate
light. He reads suspicion on every
brow,'and he hardly knows how to
move, or whether to do this thing
or the other. He beholds spies
about him on every hand, and
knows that a multitude of suits
and attachments are ready for his
back. In order to realize what kind
of stuff the world is made of, a
man must encounter misfortune and
stop paying his liabilities; and then
he has real and true friends they
will come promptly forward and
prove their devotion. A business
feilure is a kind of moral sieve,
which brings out the wheat and i
winnows the- chaff; and passing
through a financial ordeal teaches
a man that fair words and affected
good will are not the constituent
components of a true and reliable
IF YOU WOULD BE HAPPY
Beware of the man of two faces.
ie Persevere against discouragement.
m Take a cheerful view of everything.
In all promised pleasures, put self
g Trust in God and mind your own
.1- Pray for a short memory as to all
a- Do not talk of your private, per
ts sonal, or family matters.
Put not your trust in money, but
e- put your money in trust.
d Cultivate forbearance till your
s- heart yields a fine crop of it.
in Give your tongue more holiday
than hands or your eyes.
in Examine into your own shortcom
e- ings rather than those of others.
ht Never reply in kind to a sharp or
of angry word; it is the second word
that makes the quarrel.
s Make the best of what you have,
s- and do not make yourself miserable
id by wishing for what you have not.
as -Good Housekeeping.
or we cann't livA.
' w: :w. But d.o we all
.w tlhai -e l:e by e:d ib r It is
ad we < 1 o.. graves with our
d h. Ii.'. foo.isii this sounds.
). it is f r:u:y true. 1We are ter
a- dod at the :i-.proach of the cholera
is ud.yehow fevver. yet there is a dis
to "so const::.; at. our doors and in
.. "":r houses i::, re dagerous and
no 'structive. . e have in
2e : eir own , 1s: n. more
as -.w, but p -- .:. :yi he germs
er : tho.se .su cep men
es iuto eternic. h without
I- warnin' in ?. - of 'at epi
deniCs. E::......a.m--:T that, if
wea are wn - we ea~n::.. when
he wvear'e Li r. a ! Th lo :owin
he do not alw 4 m-s i y pear in
by the samue o - .>r ' a- t!.y alwaiys
rig the sanie in - t1. There
al is a du.1 andi ..:py e :in r; a bad
rstaste in the mom Vi.,* c:.eia . in the
morning, the appate is ci.age
able, somffi'e-. paar 'ad1. train it
beseems as the .i the path nt could
It not cat ene.A . and occasiom::Gy no
ng cppetite at all; . nes an.d slug
to :: ds of th~ . m l; no .m..bition
he t.: .;ud'y or wGrk: n ore or la:s 1-pad
ed u nd 'min:ss in thLe lead;
as n~;ess onar to th fe: t or
as >-on sudenl furedand coat
uir ed tongue; a senseo of a load en thme
n- stomachi that r i.n g renmov es; hot
all and dry skin at Li:ws; ye:low tir:ge
~c- in the eyes; scmnt y; a L.igh-colored
urin ; sur tstein tioc mouth, fre
guietlyO ated by pailpitation of
the heart; impaired vision, with
ed s:ts that seem to be swinmming in
n- :e air before the eyes; a cough.
g- i a greenish-colored expecto
in .on; poor nights' rest; a sticky
te, same about the teeth and gums.
he .21 and feet cold and clamony
in able temper and bowels bound
ud costive. This disease has
he *'e.d the physici:ans and still puz
or themi. It is the coiimmonest o1
ly ents and yet the inost comipli
in ra. d and mcysterious. Som(etimech
sei is treatedl as consumption, some
times as liver con'daint, and thmer
T~ again as malaria and "ten heart dis
7~- ease. But its real n::ture is that ol
r'ly constipation nid dy.,pepsia. It ariset
nd in the digestive organs and soot
n- affects all the others through thf
ed corrupted tad poisoned blood
O;ten the~ whole body--including
Sstarved, even wvhen there is nt
ew emaciation to tell the sad story
ch Experience has shtown that thwre ii
me put one remu:dy that can certainly
on cure this disc,:'e in all its stages
s- nmiely, Shak< r Extrac~t of Roots -,
Mother Seigf.'s Curative Syrup. I;
never fails but.nwveriaeeS.n th')Li<:
:ould be lost ini t rving other so
S. t..ed remnedies. for fi.v will do nc
god. Get this great vegetabhi
3o1- preparationm. (disro "red by a vener.
>e ai;de nurse wh;ose inan:c is a house.
of hold word in Germmi-) and be sure
s,to get the genmuine ar'iele..
GIvEN UiP i BYE 1"nCToR~s.
so Shaker Exrc of 1-OOts or Sei
of gel's Syrup has raised1 me to good
>s- hen'.th after seven dcaci. ris had given
r- me up to die with contsumption.
ir o writes R. F. Grace, Kiirkman.
he vile, Todd Co., Ky.
onHE HEARD OF IT JU.t"' IN TIME.
on"I had been e: : iven up to
je dieC with dysrel.sia " :enm I first saw
m the advertise'ment of .taker Extract
at of Roots or Seiger's N:-rup. After
ug us;ig four botties I wv.s able to at
on tond to my busi:w'ss :s wcen as: ever.
yn I know of several ca:-- of -a; hi ! s and
is fever that have i,e.:n ;:red by it."
So wr:tes Mr. Tho~s. P'uiuu, of'Tay
er lor, Geneva Co., Al:.
hs woRTII TEN DOLL.ARs A B.OTTLE.
11 Mr. Thomas P. Ev:nss. of the firm
el of Evans & Bro.. 31ere'Innuts, Horn
Ofn towvn. Accomack (to., Va., writes
he that he hamd be en siek with digestive
at disorders for nmru vaars anzd had
ss tr'ied manyr1'm phy:iIS anid medi
einles w~io.t b"e . H'e began to
in use Shakur !'F. a *f Ro. ots or Sei
in er Syup aba;mt the 1.st of Jan.
ty, 1887, and .-. isoimuch better in
as three week at he, coidered him
*s seif p,a*:a '. re mani . He
n- :.dds: -I da- . a ieoe bot
a._ t~eon h-m...u.d :I I c'ldnotget
any mo'Vfia I "a H ,..t t< e ai ten
d ;j l<t r / I.. r t
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomneness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and can
not be sold in competition with the mnltitud
of low test, short weight alum or phosphate
powder. Sold only in cans. ROYAL BAKING
PoWDER Co.. 106 Wall st.. .. Y. 11-12-ly.
JUST RECEIVED a fresh lot of
FRENCH CANDY, STICK AND
Green, Mixed and Black Tea?. GOOD
Tennessee and Kentucky Flour-very
low price for tine Flour.
sugar, Cofee, Molasses, Best Vinegar
at Hard Time Prices.
Astral Oil at 20 cents per gallon.
I have a lot of Goods I am
Anxious to Sell
before the Fall trade commences, and
will therefore give some
Bargains to Cash Buyers.
B. H. LOVELACE.
W. T. DAVIS
Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Brackcts, BaIllsters; Posts; Mofdfls; Etc,
Lumber, Laths, Shingles, Lime, Ce.
ment, and Builders' Materials of al
kinds on hand.
Newberry, S. C.
for either a visiting card or a
mammoth poster. We have
facilities for printing
Minutes of Meetings,
We have our New Gin running. W<
no0w have two gins running, which w(
are satisfied are equal to any gr.ns yel
invented, and we have a splendid Engiot
1o drive them. We can nowgin fron
25 to 30 bales of cotton per (lay.
DOMINICK & LOVELACE.
Miss McIntosh's School
will open on Sept. 27th, 1887
Main Street, one door west of A. R
Presbyterian Church. Enztranice 01.
Trhorough instruction ini Enugl ib.
Mathematics, Latin, French, Germta.
A music teacher will be secured whet
Terms moderate-no extra charge fot
Special attention given to small chil
dren, and only Boys of ten years 01
For further information apply to
Miss MATTIE MCLNTOsII, Prin.
Miss F~ANNIE BAXTER, Asst.
Neivherer S. (. 8.95.2m
NEW FIRM! NEW GOODS!!
* ** * * * * * *
IN OUR LAST ADVERTISEMENT
we told you our goods were on the
way-they are here now, and we think
fully up to our prowise-"the hand
somest line of
ever offered for sale in Newberry."
Come in Ladies and cee the Procla
mation Verified. Just think
for a moment that we offer you a
FIRST CLASS CASHMERE-3G inches
wide, any colors, for only 35c.
Goon ALL-WOOL GooDs-22 inches
wide for 15c.
FRENCH COMBINATION GOODS-all
grades and color, from 50c to $1.25 per
I)RE,s GoonS-any color and grade,
fr )m 15c to $1.25 per yard.
GENTLEMAN'S PIECE GoonS-both in
Cassimere and Jeans, from 30 to 75 cents
Some of you have seen these goods and
know whereof we write-to those who
have not seen, we still invite you, come
see and know.
Ah! those lovely
PARISIAN HATS AND BONNETS
would you have your heart rejoice, face
beami with smiles and your eves sparkle
with delight, buy one or have one made
by the design. We can suit you in
Price, Style and Color in Straw, Wool
or Felts. Ladies', Misses' and Chil
drent's sizes in
HATS AND BONNETS.
We offer you nothing but New Goods
and New Designs, as cheap as any one
can sell and live at. We are working
for a living, and ask a liberal share of
your patronage. Remember, Ladies
you can enter our Store on Main Street
in front, or on Boyce Street in rear,
opposite the Ice House.
To the Ladies from the Country: We
invite you to call and make this head
quarters; nice private room with glass,
brush, etc., for your accommodation.
Dressmaking and Fit
ting Reasonable and Promptly Com
1IR1 l& 111 S1 Iii0S1 , TAIRli?t!
Next door to W. E. PELHAM'S, Main
Street, NEWBERRY, S. C.
* *** * * * * * *
In making my selections for the Fall and
Winter trade. 31y stock is now re-dy for
your inspection, you will find that I have
one of the largest and best assorted stocks of
Men's, Youth s and Boy's clothing that bas
ever been shown in Columbia. Many have
visited the Emporium this Season and have
given this Stock their critica examination
and ,he vercict is that for variety, style and
the selection of these parments have never
been equaled. 3iv line of SACK SUITS and
CUTAWAY suirs in Cheviot, Cassimeres,
Silk Mlixtures aind Worsteds in Diagonal.
Whip-ord and Cork-screws are marvels or
beauty. They are all in the Correct-Styles
for Fall aud Winter wear, and made and
trimmed equal to any custom-made garment
and will lit and boll their shape. I guaran
tee every garment as represented to the
purchaser, and also will gualantee a perfect
2t in every respect.
The leading novelty this Season is the
Stripes in Cheviors and Cassimeres. I have a
beautitul line of Double-Br,-ated Coats and
Vests. also suits for Dress in fne imported
Whip-Cords and Cork-Screws handsomely
made and trimmed, Fir: t class work in every
A Full Line of Clerical Coats and Vests in
all grades. I am also prepared to offer you
a complete line of
FULL DR ESS SUITS,
(Dyke Coats and Vests)
in Blsck-Cloth and line Whip-Cord which is
the latest in Dyke Coats.
A Full Line of
OVER-C OA TS:
in all thc Fashionable Styles, Colors and
Makes. As the varieiy Is so large and so
many Qualities and prices, I will not be able
Ito go into detail here, they must be seen to
3My stock of
Gent's Furnishing Goods
is complete in Underwear In all grades and
q ualities. Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Collars,
Cuffs, and a large assortment or Neck-wear In
Latest Styles and Colors.
I now have the largest
I-A T-ST 0 OK
I have ever carried. The Dunlap Silk and
Stiff Hats in t he Latest Fall Styles; also the
IBoston Flexible Stiff H ats. These two makes
Ican only be fouDd here, as I. am Sole Agent
for them. Besides these von will find a Large
Assortment of other Manufactures in Silk
Hats, Soft Hats and Stiff Hats In all Grades
and Prices, and Correct Styles.
Gent's Fine Shoes
of many different manufactures is comrplete
In Sizes and Styles. Among them you will
in Button, Lace and Congress, also my Lead
lng Novelty in a Cheap Shoe made by
DOUGLASS & CO.
n hien's $3.00 and Boy's $2.00 Shoe; every
A line of Gent's Slippers ar.d Dancing
Pumps In Great Variety.
For solid comfort the
is the favorite.
Call and examine this Immense Stock
before making purchases.
*W-All o'ders seat to my care will be
Mv. L. KINARD,
Columbia, S. C.
VRABLE REEL ESTATE
Pursuant to the resolution of the4
'Stockholders of the Newberry Agricul
tural anid Mechanical Association and
the Directors thereof, the undersigned
will sell at public outcry on Saleday in
November next, all that lot of land in
Ithe Town of Newberry knownt as the
Fair Ground Lot, bounded by Piatt and
lJohnstone streets and lands of R. L.
McCaughrin; together with the build
ings and fencing thereon, in which there
are about one hundred thousand feet of1
TE'R3MS One-half cash. Batlanee on a
credit of twelve months, with interest
from day of sale, to be secured by bond
of the purchaser atnd a mortgage of thei
premises sold--purchaser to pay for all
papers, with leave to pay all cash.
OFFICE~ OF COUNTY COI3MISsIONERS,
Oct. 4, 1887.
Notice is hereby given that the regu
lar anntual meeting of the Board of1
County Commis-ioners will be held on
the Sth (lay of November, next; and
that all persons holding bills, accounts
or demands of any kind against the
County, which haive not been presented
to the'Board. are requtiredh to deposit the
same with mue on or before the 1st day
of November, so thait they mayv be ex
amninetd and orderedh to be paid at the
GEO B. CROMER,
*Winthrop Training School
Columbia, S. C.
The exercises of the next scholastic
year wvill hegin Motnday, September 26,
1887. Diploma:s entitle graduates to
teach in the publie schools. Applicants
must be not less than 17 years of age.
One student fromt 1'ah county' in the
State, selected by the County Board of
Examiners, and meeting the require
ments of admission, wiil be received f ree
of all tuition charges. Many graduates
of last year have already secured posi
tionls to teach. Address
D. B. JOHNSON, Sup't.,
8cr2oa Couia,S.2 C
W. W. IPARK,
Formerly in Lancaster, Pa., Organ Factory
Practical Organ Tuner,
-AND AGENT FOIR
A thorough knowledge of all American I
PIEDMONT AIR LINE.
Richmond and Dnville Railroad.
COLIMlBIA AND GREENVILLE DID-ION.
Condensed Schedule in Efct Cet. 13,1887.
(Trains run on 75th Meridian time.)
tNo. +No. tNo. tNo. *o.
NORTHBOUND 3. 5 i. 3. 1.51.
P~I ~.. I M I
PYII..4 31AR!PxIP 1
Lv Columbia............ 5 43 ........10 l 11 0010 10
I 1..... 1 M I <
&r Alston .. ...... 6 ...... .0 .. .12 2.5 .11 911 00
Lv Alston ..............--. .------- .........1; 40 11 5911 O0
............ 12 50
&r Union................ . ........ 4 00 ...... 2 12
Spartanburg......................... 6 45 .......1 4 0
" Tryon... .... 4 57
Saluda... ............. . .. 5 37
" Flat Rock. ... 53
Hendersonville. .................... . ...... 7500
Asheville........ ...... ....|........ 9 00
Hot Springs ........ . . P 3 ..
Pomaria...........6 5 12 18
Prosperity 72i........ ... 441..
".ew e r ............. 7 .37' .......... ........ 1 01 U ......
" Goldville......... 8 44 ........ .. -- ... --
Clinton . ......... 9 u ....... ...... ........I.......
'- Laurene. 9 45..... ...... . l.....
" Ninety-Six .........1.......... ........ ........ 2 3'.......
-' Gree nwo (........... .........2 52 ..
" Abbeville......... ..... ... 4 .5......
" Belton. . . .. A M ....... 4 1 ......
Lv Belton...............10 .35 4 ..
ir W llliamston....... |........10 51..... 4 411 ......
Pelzer............... .. .11 07..... 4 48.........
Piedmont........ii 25 ...... 5 061.....
" Greenville............1... 11200 ... 5 40i........
Anderson..... .. . .. ....... ........ 4 60........
"Seneca......................... ........ .......66. 02........
eW ahA1a........... 1 ....... .......6 5. .
Atlanta..........' .......... '10 40I.....
1tNo.,*No. No' 4 t. o
SOUTHBOUND. 52. 3. i2. 5
,v Walhalla... .. 7 55. -.
" seneca.......... 8 30 ........! ......-- --....
Anderson. ...... 52.. .. -
Abbeville. .......10 55....... ....... P M
Greenville....... 9 40' ........ . .... 2 30
" Piedmont.,....... 10 33 .....I.. . ........ 3 15
Pelzer....... ..... :10 51 .......i... . .. 33
W iliiamston..... 10 58! ........... ........ 3 41
Belton............ I1 26 ....- ........ 4 05 3
Greenwo..d......... 12 5';,................A M1....
'' Ninety Six........ 1 38........ . 4'.....
Laurens........... ........ ..... .... 7 16 -------
" Clinton . ....... 3...... 3S.
" Goldville....... . . ... .... 8 4'-- .
" Newberry.. . 3 05... ..... 8 59I.......
" P-osperity.. .... 3 23 ........... 1211 ...
Pomaria. .. . 3 45: . 40..
kr Alston............ 4 05' ...I.
Lv Alston ............. 4 07.uP M ........ ~~~
Lv Hot Springs..... ........1 7 201 ...... ..1
Asheville . ..... 19 49 .......--............. ----'T -- - i
Henders'nville..... ........1107 ............ -----
Flat Rock.................. 11 231 ..............
" Saluda............. --..... 11 53 I......... ... .....
" Tryon..... . . -.-.12 34?A 51;..-- .... ---
Spartanburg........ ..... 2 12 i 3sj-..... ....
" Union ..........-------. 3 45 7 1 .-- '-- -
&r Alston.......... .... 5 3710 2" ..
I bi M ....
" Columbia.......... 507 6 30;12 2010 52..
"Augusta.... 10 30---. ------- -
" Charleston- 9 15 ... ...----..
(viaS C R R) 9 45,10 3.5.-.
(via A C L) 9 4511 20--- .
Savanrah- P .... --- - .....
S(via C &.)...... 52 .....- - .
*Daily. tDaily Except Sunday.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE.
On Trains Nos. 51 and 50, Pullman Sleepers
between Charleston and Hot Springs, N.C. via
A. C. L. Columbia and Spartaoburg. Through
Passenger Coach between Charleston and
Morristown. via. S. C. Railway, Columbia
Tickets on sale at principal stations to all
7as. L. Taylor, Gen. Pass. A gent
D. Cardwell, Ass't Gen. Pass Agt. Colutnbi-a
Sol. Eaas, Traffic Manager.
I still continue to treat the disecases of
women, both ruarried and single.
There is a physical cause of sterility
in young married females which can be
removed very easily.
P. B. RUFF, M. D.
OJIONDS, 'IU TC11ESJ
SIL.VER PLATED WARE,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Watch Reparing a Specialty.
Newberry, S. C. 11
Send me $1.50 and I will send you THE CotL
nMBIA WEEKLY REGIsTER for One Year, and
he AMERiCAN FA RMER bor One Year.
Send me $6.00 and I will sen,d you THlE
OLo.UM1BIA DAILY REGIsTER for Onec Year, and
he A MERICAN FARMEa for One Ye.ar.
Send me $2.50 and I will sen1 you THE
IOUTBERN CHRISTIAN' A DvoCATE for One Year (
Lad the AMERICAN FARMER tor One year.
The Wee kly R eiste r
s an EIGHT-PAGE PAPER. Folded. Pastcd
tnd Trimmed, containing Flfty-Six Columns
>f Reating matter. It gives you full Tele
raphic Reports as contained in 'he leading'e
ew York Dailies, which get their dispatches'
rom the same source as THEn REGIsTER,
amely from the
lNew York Associated Press, i
vhich has Correspondents in every part of
he world. The South Carolina news or THE
IEGIsTER is unsurpassed. We have Corres
>ondents in at. parts of the State. and our
;harleston Corresponderice furnishes all im
ortant matters occurring there, supplemen
ed by an interesting W?eekly Letter. The
ither departments of the paper are well sus
ained, and our Telegraphic Market Reports I
ire full and accurate.
Of THE REGISTER the Anderson Journal i
ays: "'THE REGIsTER is a pIlper that well i
leserves a generous support irom the people a
>f South Carolina, both on account oi its
'ecord and its intrinsic worth."
The Chester Reporter says: T HE REGISTE R I
a unquestionably the best paper that has 3
>een published iu Columbia since the war. '
louthern Christian Adf0cate ~
s an EIGHIT-PAGE (4F-CoLUMN) PAPER,
>rimful of fresh and entertaining matter
very week. It numbers among its Corres- ~
ondents who contriIbute weekly articles I
nany of the most eminent mien of the Meth
>dist Episcop)aI Church, South, and of other
lenominations. The paper Is gotten up in
he best manner as to its contents. and is in
he front rank of Religious Jo-urnalism- It is
yrinted from New Type, and the print is clear
mud beautiful. It is Folded, Pasted and
Crimmed. Every family in the State ought
;o take a religious newspap--r, and TuE AD.
rOCATE will certainly please those who sub
'cribe ~fr it. Price $2 a year, or 22 5-a with
1.'HE AMERiCAN FARMER.
The Ame rie an Farmer
's a SIITEEN PAGE AGRICULTURAL
EONTHLY of acknowledged me rit. interest
ng and inforriing to Farmers of all sections 1
>f our country. Of it Messrs. Butler & iBurrll3
>f t he Penn Y an (N. Y.) Vine.yardiist say: "we It
hinlt TWE AME:ICAN FAHMER one of' the best I
'agricultural papers publimlhed for the price- 3
.)ne D>ollar per annum. Its illustrations of I
lorses, Cattle. Sheep, Swine and other illus
rations are supe -b, and in each of its several
iepartmients- The Farm--The I airv-The C
iorseman- Ihe shepherd--The A viary, etc.,
will be fonnd. In each numnber, instructive <
mnd Interesting articles, of gr-ater value to l
tvery farmer a ho re ads them than the a.nnual<
iubscription price of the paper. IT Ii. IN 4
SHoitT, THE GREAT FA RM IAPER OF THE 1
Remit by P. 0. 3loney Order, Check, Regis
ered Let ter, or Express, to
CHAS. A. CALVO, JR.,
69 Richardson Street.,
CntLUMRIA,. C. f
A POINTER I
By- the new schedule on the Laurens
Branch and the C. & G. R. R., which
goes into effect on the 26th of this
mouth, (September) you can leave
Laurens, .............................. 6.42 a m
New berry, ......................... 8.44 a m
Arrive at Columbia. .............. 10.52 a m
Arrive at 1imnaugh's, 11.10 a m
Leave 3fimnaugh's, ......5.18 p mn
Leave Columbia .................. 5 42 p m
Arrive Newberry ................ 7.42 p m
Arrive Laurens................... 9.48 p m
You can leave your bundles at Mim
naugl"'s. Make his store headquarters
while in the city. Buy yourDl.: Goods,
Clothing, Hats, Millinery -tud Shoes
from him at a saving of from ten. to
,wenty-ive per cent., and have plenty
of time to sell your cotton and buy and
ship your heavy groceries and hard
wvare. Come and see us.
A. C. JoNES,
with J. L. MIMNAUGH & CO.,
121 & 123 Main st.; Columbia, S. C.
Sept. 22, 1887.
South Carolina Railway Compl.'.
GOMMENCING SUNDAY JUNE 12, 1887, at
~ 6.10 A. M., Passenger Trrains wiil run as
oflows, "Eastern time":
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
)epart Columbia at.... 6.51 a n 5.33 p-r.
)ue Charleston..........10.35 p m 9 45 p m
)epart Charleston........ 7.(0 a m 6.00 p m
ue eolumbia.............10.45 a m 9.45 p m
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.)
am am pm pm
)epart Columbia.....6 50 7 45 5 00 3
m pm pm
)ue Camden.........1 25 1252 7 42
WEST (DAILY EXCEPT bUNDAY.)
am am pm pm
-:partCamden....... 745 7 45 330 5$)
a m am pm
one Columbia.......1025 1c 45 r30
TO AND FROM AUGUSTA.
* EAST (DAILY.)
)epart Columbia.......... 6.50 a m 6.32 p
)ue Augusta. .........1A.a mn 10.5p
)epart Augusta............ 6.10 a m 4.40 p m
Oue Columbia..........1o.5 a m 9.45 p m
lade at Union Depot, Columbia, with Colum
ia and Greenville Railroad by train arriving
t 10.45 A.M.. and departing at 5.33 P. M. Also
rith Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta kall
oad by same train to and from all points on
oth roads to and from Spartanburg and be
,ond by train leaving Charleston at 6 01) p.m.,
and Columbia at 6 5 a. in., with through
oach to Morristo- n, Tenn.
Passengers by these trains take Supper at
At Charleston with Steamers for New York
,nd on Tuesdayss and k'Iidays with steame
orJacksonvilie and points on the St. John's
liver;aiso with Charleston and Savamnah
lailroad to and from Savannah and all
po ints in Florida.
At Augusta w:tb Georgia and Central
tailroaas to and from all points West and
outh. At Blackville to and from points on
3arnwell Railroad. Througu tickets cn be
>urchase: to au points South and West, by
D. aCQUF.EN, Agent, Columbia.
JOHN B. PCK, eeneral Manager.
D. C. ALLNN. Gen. Paas. and Ticket .Agr.
ITLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington, N. C., Sept. 4, 1887
Fast Line between Charleston, Colum
bia and Upper South Carolina and Wes -
ru North Carolina
No. 14. No.53.
Leave Charleston... 4 53 p m 7 00 a m
" Lanes........ 647pm 834am,
" Sumter ...... zlpm 941am -
ArriveColnnbia.... 9 45 pm 10 45 a m
" Winnsboro 3 19 p m
" Chester... 429p-m
" Yorkville 559 pmn
" Lancaster. 705 p m
" Rock Hil. 512pm
" Charlotte. 6 15pm I
- Newberry. 1 01lp m
" Greenwood 252 pm m
" Laurens... 415 pm .
" Anderson. 4 50p m
" Greenville 5 40jp
" Walialla. 6 35p m
" Abbeville ..4-25 p m
"Spartanburg 2 02'am 635p m
" ends'n.ville 5 53 a m
"Asheville.... 7 00a m
No. 23. No. 52.
" Asheville .... 9 49 p m
.ieave Blends'nville 11 07 p mn
" Spartanburg 2 30am 4 30a m
" Abbeville... 105.5am I
" Walhalla ... 7A Sa m
" Greenville.. . 10 00 ain
''Anderson... 9 52 a
" Laurens .... 8 20 am
" Greenwood. 12 56 p m
" Newberry.. 305pm
" Charlotte.... 100p m
" Rock Hill.. 2 02 p m
" Lancaster... 10 0" a mn
" Yorkville... 12 53p mn
" Chester .... -2 45p m
'- Winnsboro . 3 47p mn
" Columbia... 6 50 am 5 33p m
trrive Sumnter...8 12a-m 6 49pm m
" Lanes... 9.40 am 8 05p m
"Charleston.1130 aim 9 45pm m~
On Sundays train will leave Charles-.
on, S. C.,8:30 a. mn., arrive Columbia1.10
.im. Returning leaves Columbia 5:33
. m., arrives Charleston 9:45 p. mn.
Solid Trains between Charleston and
~olumbia, S. C.
Special Parlor Cars attached to Nos. -
2 and 53 train, between Charleston and
~olumnbia. No.extra charge for seats In
liese cars to passengers bolding First
'lass tickets. -
Pullman Palace Buffet Sleeping Cara
Nos. 14 and 23 bet ween Savannah,
harleston and Hot Springs, N. C., via
tsheville. J .Dv~
T. M. EMERSON,
General Passenger .Agent.
ULMIN6TSN, COLUMBIA & AUBUSTARAIL.RQAD
TEAlNS GOIDG SOUTH.
DATF.D July 12th, 1885. bn. 4. No. 40
v. Wilmington......820 P. t. 10 10 p. m
v. L.Waccamaw. .. .......942 -* 11 17
*v. Marion.... . .........11 :i6 " 12 40 A-N
.rrive Florence.........12 s5 " 15*m
"Sumter.............4 34~ A
"Columbia..........6 40 " 6 40
TRAINS GOING NORTH.
v. Columbia................. 957 F..
.rrive Sumter.................11 55"
teave Florence...........4 30M. 507A. N
V. Marion................514 " 553- ~
,v. L. Waccamaw .........7 14 " 7 44"
r. Wilmington........33 " 907 '4
Train No. 43 stops at all Stations.
Nos. 48 and 4- stops only at Brinkley's
rhitevuil, Lu ke Wt~accama.w. Fair Bluff,
ichzols, Marion. Pee Dee, Florence, Tmmon.-f
ille, Lynchburg, MIayesville, Sumter, Wedge
eld, Camden Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and all points on
.&G. R. B., C , C. & A. R. R. Stations, Aikezn
unction, and ali points beyond, should take
'o. 45 Night Express.
Separate PuIuman Sleepers for Savannah
nd for Augusta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train from Flo
e~nce for Columbia, Augusta and Georgis
nln-s via Columbia.
All trains run solid between Charleston ana
JOH-N F. DIVINE,
T. M. EM EESON, Gen'i Pass. A gt.
A LEIE1M I0 1IOEX ME
On the Loss of
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
a'dical cure of semninal wetakness, or Sper
iuator.hmea, induced by Self-a buse, Involun
S missionts, Impotency, Nervous Debility
n pedimnts to Mlarrin~ge generally;
onsumaption, Epilepsy and 1-its; Mental an4
'hysicail Incapacity. Ac.4:-By E0JBST J.
:LVICRWEL. M. D.
The celebratl author, in this admirable es
ny, clearly demonstrates tr< mn a rhlrty years'
ucecess.ful practice. that the alarmning conse.
niences of s.lt abuse may be radically cured,
ointing out a mode of cure at once simple.
ertain, and effectual, by means of wh
very sufre: er. no m:atter what h:s condition.
nay be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
KirThis lecture should be in the hands of
very youth and every luan in the land.
Sent un,:er seal, In a plain envelope, to any
ddlress, postpai.l, on rec.ipt Of fourY eents or
wo potage stamps. A ddress
Thke Cuiverweil Medical s.