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If You Have
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Or any DLsetrse where the Throat an ZA%ng
ar Inamed, Lack of Strength or Krv
power, yo can be relieved and Cured by
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PALATABLE AS MILK.
Akfo, scowts Etaden, and Zet so e
na,tion or .solicUation induce yes to
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Soid by al Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE.ChOmISt, N.Y.
EFFECT OF THE NEW TARIFF ON
Jay Gould's Opinion-No Serious Harm
Likely to Result.
[New York World.]
The tariff, like all other great and
sudden changes, has upset the country
to such an extent that people now
hardly know whether they are afoot
or horseback. The bad results, however,
will not be permanent. Tha country
will soon accommodate itself to the
change. In fact, the trouble has been
largely discounted by the anticipation
of the operations of the tariff.
I do not believe that the approach
of February 1, the limit of time for the
withdrawal of goods from bond with
out the payment of increased duties,
will cause a stringency in the money
market. This cause alone will not be
sufficient to create a stringency. This
country is largely contingent on Eu
rope in its financial condition. If any
thing happens to disturb the business
of Europe creating high rates for mo
nay it will naturally flow from Amer
ica to the other side. If there should
be such a disturbance in Europe be
tween now and February 1 there would
be tight money here. If things in Eu
rope continue in an even way there
need be no apprehension, so far as I am
able to see, that the new tariff will
cause financial distress in this coun
I can not see that the new tariff of
itself will be a disadvantage to the
country. If it increases the cost of
some articles people will simply use
less of them. Take wool for instance.
If the tariff' on wool makes clothing
cost more a person will get along with
one suit where he would otherwise
have twq. Iron may be taken for an
other example. Despite the reduc
tions the iron industries of this country
will prosper. The tariff on steel rails
is reduced $5 a ton, but the change will
net let in any more English rails. It is
the same in all branches of industry.
Matters seem to work out their own
Production and consumption will
have more to do with the situation
than anything else. The products of
the country have to find a market, and
if they cannot find it at high prices
they must find it at lower prices.
It is possible that labor may be bene
fitted by the creation of new indus
tries under the tariff, but I do not look
for any great increase in manufactur
ing interests solely from the tariff. The
-country is growing, and industries will
increase and enlarge to keep company
with growth. JAY GOULD.
REALISTIC BARNSTORM [NG.
The Heavy Vinlain Had to Explain Before
the Play Could Proceed.
[From the Denver Republican.]
"We were playing in a small town,
back in the seventies," said a theatri
cal man, "when our leading heavy
man had rather a tough experience.
All the miners were in the theatre.
"Well, tihe heavy man had been per
secuting a poor maiden through two
acts. In the third act he came to the
powerful scene of the play. 'At last,'
he said, 'I have you in my power. and
nothing on earth can save you. I,who
was the slave, am now the master.' So
saying he advanced toward his tremib
"'3Iercy'' she moaned.
" 'Mercy!' he retortedl. 'You had no
mercy for me and I will have none for
"At that moment a gruff voice was
heard from tihe gallery: "You blamed
varmint, I'll settle with you.' Thlere
was the crack of a pistol, and a bullet
whizzed near the heavy marl.
'Plug the son- of-a-gun, boys,' con
tinued the voice, and a shower of bul
lets saluted the stage villain. He didn't
"In the n ing lhe mlet the stage man
ager, who was white with anger.
"'You have broken up the seene,' he
"'(o back to the stage, sir, and wait
for your exit.'
"'I guess not.'
"'1 tell vou I wo't have the iman in
my companly who is so easily dliscon
certed. Go) on with the scenle or you
leave the company to-mIorrow.'
That was serious. To be stranded in
that forsaken town was calculated to
make the heavy manl ap)preciative.
"'I'll go back,' he said.
"He tore of f his wig just before going
on, 'and stepping down to the footlights
with an injuredl expression of counte
nance, he said:
"'Ladies and gentlemen, (there were
no ladies there, but that did not mat
ter), with your kind permission I will
resume the scene. Before doing so,
however, I want to call your atten
tion to the fact that the young lady
and myself are merely acting parts. In
reality we are the best of friends. I
bear no ill will for your display of heroic
chivalry. I trust, however, that you
will .curb your generous sentimpnts,
for if you should hit me the play would
[Siimon :i.ernev in tn rlt Ira.
Thue pr,;:le of tie: - i. :
have a happy u faulty o l Ill
selves' with the id-'a thLt t!:i.V m:
elhinery of goeI:e K.. in 1i'14 e
They point with pri.1e ! to t tht
the jUdUges of the cout'-.. Z i C2x
cutive ani t!*-Pl-ti-e wis * f the
counltrV, cost IC-s ill :tet :
thanl ollicCr7 performing corrt-piiing
funlctio ns in Erl. itv dis les"
wastef*ul t111(l'd ive m inery f
elections Which hals -ixw up id
by side with Aneia 1 io
img: the c!-t (f w1l! :1i1 to
that arisin ro:L th- ean
corruption Of ielllilit':ll t tIy ser
vice and t<, tin- exp.-1---:),.,ur tn
Sible o1il organ1 9:n, 1,ia1KeS the
whole otly to th peiple of the
Unite"d -:tates nityti!lne- 11n4!re th:11n
what tLe liin srvie(s : r rornied
for in other Countries. -,> that, while
there is a setwrg t here . .in
fact a frightful waste, whir , n ia
ways exist whenVl the att, iner.v
of domination, li n jn'r"
duces the result, i, hidden :ll ir
How the Czar Reads the Xaw.
[Londn ele.'igl'iph ]
At present the Czareshewilt!Ws all Rus
siall newspapers; their p:ins and their
lamentation-z never reach ,hi- tars.
Aniong the niny departmetl of tle
'MinliStry% Of timW Inlt-ri-1r there-1 is onle
called theC"Departnient f HLis Maj'sty's
Journal," whieb is charged itl pre
paring day by day3 a carefulV WORICded
resumie of soie mild artivlcl :l( itenis
of iitelligenve ncant fOr the Emperor's
eye. A tschinovnik of the Censures
rises from his bed in the gray of the
early niorning and l hurries off t5 the
department where :wloice sheets of
the iournalls (cntile in da:iip front the
press. These he reads over, narkilng
with red pencil all tie passages the
interest of which is not narred by
injudiciousness. The nmarked passages
are then cut out, pasted togetlher on
sheets, and handed over to the director
of the department, who, after carefully
considering and if needs be cu1rtailllng
them, signifies his approval. The ex
tracts are theil copied caligrLi)hiCZLllV on
the fillest descripti,in ;.* papier-, forty or
fifty words to the pttge, and the journal
in this state is given to the 'Minister of
the Interior or his adjunCt. If this digni
tary is satistied, it, is passed on to the
General-i-Waiting, who deposits it on
His Majesty's table about 4 o'elock the
The Happy Porter's Quarter.
LFrom.1 the Washingon St:r.)
Tne Pullman ears carrit-l over 5,600
00 passengers for tho past yt-ar, which
means over '1,2-50,000 to Pull uan Por
F'or rhie.liatie! :1111 neur a in- pLinhS
rb in D)r. J1. H-. MceAan 's \oileanic
oil Liniment, anId take Dr. .J. HI. 31c
Leans iSarsaiiarilla. You will nol t stufler
long, will be~gained witia a sp)eedy and
REV. J.B, HAWTHORNE
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT
The fo'llowing is an ('xtra"t from a let ter writ
ten by the \World IRe:iowised Ev'A ii
SI returnled from:t Tyl. r,.T.xs,...th..''.
lst. I I1:sI Inv wifeh!' -n . m ny
Grmetnir to t:Ie onh'.\T'l (T'iat IbiN
hr phsyicial system heNn" :Iot r.
from tm dis'trI'ii:g hse:od:s-h' I. th w'i u n'
has he't a 31.\ I1'TY1'h for twenty' yers 0ur.!y
it has dito'- wnd''rs fIr hor! I wx I It I E\ I1
pl11 st-'ll''ti N i wt.liE IL1.) .\eEs To
TH ATi 31ElIle!Nhh.."
chu~rh. Atlanta. tf., was enr' of' aI lon,zta.
ist~ ea. f a t r rh. ' lli w fs t:tI I" 'n an A n
'Akn lirIylalII.t l.rnietefr1t wo mon nI! wr:' es:
wlt"ii l. EVERY SYMPTON OF DISEASE HAS
DISAPPEARED. She as;pears to beit towenty yeiars
v 'oungr. and is :ss happly andzi ltlayful as a
he lIl Sth hi. wev1. s: n- trsuiaded' nllanty.of ouIr
of all 'If ti-i s h titi freat r.tnIedy."
Dr. Kin-'s li::l (teriii'tuer5 if a [biln to
It is an Ii.p f!Ible' cu re foir 11heinnlatigml. Ntn
ra lf:. P'araslyis. Ins'omnliai5. hyl'I ahi. 11nd1
'.'I.iIn.Palpitation11~ . L er. Ihl:!blerandl Kidney'~
PfIhiI'.. t ll s and' I eves,r h i eat rh.all '2.uedt
aro li)! (If ias s.li 'Imal TI r onal''' , ec. 5C Ul
p lip's tl heltI y iitt bi a it '- i''b.-e ' rdnei rm :'5
ATLANTIC GERMETUER CO. Atlanta, Ga.
andt' bv D)r'u"i'ts. If you'r 1 rm::fist cans tI>
sulv v"out, it can b ix'l ent by pwr-s.
L:fs5na s'tampr for full par:eclara, certif
ic'.tes of wonderfurl cures, etc.
LIPPMAN SitOS. Propr'etor .
ruggists, Lippmans Block. SAVANNAH, GA.
PPMF?AN B 85Ts
FIR, C!CLOMM N
E ..W';I~ I D1t ;I!i D Ii - L LYf I''
pae aicto in~-~s' proper~sI 'I na f. b>-sihv
B UkTON &W ILSoN, .\ Is
od Stools. Cabinet Wor'k of all kinds.
ank. Cata1~og., fr.e "iA de A TLI
A ColM Winter Preticted.
The lie.il temnperature of September
wz- below normal this year, and there
re igns, mneteurologists tell us, that
he Coming winter is not to have the
-theral miiduess of the last. Dr. M.
Veeder, who has made a specialty of
m spots, ur)rais and magnetic storms,
S CoIlVinced that a winter of :ome
everity is in store for America. He
>a- this pres:ge upon the slight in
:rease ofauroras noticeable this autumn.
t has been observed that these electric
li,charges in the upper air coincide
%ih d~sturanes of our atmosphere
hat invariably produce cold. The
ppeaianee of Northern lights at this
casOln has been followed in many pre
-iius years by cold weather, and the
>redietion of a severe winter may be
akenl as reasonable. A winter of uni
Imi foIty weather would be a wel
Mr. Edison has a novelty on which
le is workIng-a clock to talk thetime.
[nste:! of a blank soLUnd, it will say,
one," ete,, at the proper hours. For
n alarm it will say in so many words,
'Gut up!" in a stentorian and corn
lhc z;.a n,trqe P . at a Opleadid aom na e
and p:emcrtio Jt with great 56il'settomfo the aegcres Ot All
frm and staces of Prima Beoondar aM ?eru
yphls. Sphilitic eunatam r nens ears an
Srs. Gltndular Swellinne. Itheumanitm alatia old
Cboni ule rs that have resistel all treatmenL catorrh.
~CUR E S,*"iaipimw
. .OD10 010
. inoaieo. Ecnema., ehront Female Complaints, Mer
curta P ison Tetter ea Flead, Eta 1cl
e a 13wprfu tnnie r rnd an exeale at
tuilding upthei arswem rapLdly.
LadWs. whoae s'ypttma are -poisonod and whoe blood IA Ilk
ptcuhorni ttd by tho won-letful tostle iad bloo
cleanqi propeties aof P P K ickly Ah, POks ROO
* * A
LIPPMAN BROS. Proprietors,
Druggists, Lppmarl's BIock, SAVANNAH,OA.
TlH E E LECTION FOR ONE
itepresentative in Congress from
the Third Congressional District will
bh helh in Newberry County on
ITesday,~ the fourth (day of Novemi
br, I Y, under the direction of the
Newberrv -.John P. Fanit, E. M.
Evns,~ C. A. BowmJlan.
Gibs'on' - tore- (.. B. ('ald1well,
Wo. Wen ~itt, .1. C. JBrown.
W. l Giphi, E. W. Recese.
May'hint.on-W. . Lyles, D). A.
Ihomtas, .J. IH. Irby.
( romIer's-.Jto. M. Sul er, J. L.
.llapa-S. B. Aull, C. WX. Buford,
. Craig (ar.
Ltengshiore's-Jno. . Werts, L.. C.
johnllsoni, WahtIer 'Spearxlmn.
D). H-. Holland. WX. M. Barre.
iith. .Jr., .Jno. WA. Reagin.
Prosperity-A. G. Wisc, 0. P. HIar
:.N'. H1. Young.
P'om:ria-WV. WA. Berly, Wa,lter F.
Koon, G;eo. A. Riser.
WA. Frank Subler.
Thet above namedi(( managers of the
Fed.rati Eleetion will please q uali fy at
ler earlliest ~onIvenlienice, anid calIi for
oxs ill amle time.
''T1HOS. M. NEFLL,
WM,! F. EWA RT,
C muitnissioneQrs of Federal Election.
Yew berry, S. C., Oct. 15, 1 MNt.
1RT-P R ~MTI'IJ.
OF NEW YORK
RIUD 'I . .WeURDl). President.
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UBILIT IES - 126.744.079.58
SURPLUS - 89,657.248.44
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EWBiY ANi eNION COUNTIES
UNION, S. C.
Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar
sts, Barber Furniture, Jewelry Trays
Complete Ostfits for Stores and
ITA SHOW CASE CO., Atlanta,_Ba.
DO -YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sots, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at th6 sam.
price that you bay them in Augusta?
I Carry Everything
you need, and can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I am giv
a dollar valae for every dollar paid
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business In every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, I will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
trod uce my goods in your neighbor
hood at once I will deliver the above
Suite at your R. R., depot, all
For Only $16.50,
When the cash comes with the
BESIDES this Suite, I have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in p rice from the
cheapest up to hund&reds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No. 2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in plush in popular colors, crimson,
olive, blue, old gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is sold for $40.00. I
bought a large number of them at
a bankrupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this fine plush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est .R..R. depot for $33.00. Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latest shapes
and styles, and can guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walnut spring seat lounge, re
duced from $9.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking stove
trimmed up complete for $11.54) all
charges paid to your depot, or a 5
hole range with trimmings for $15.
Besides these I have the largest
stock of cooking stoves in the city,
including the Gauze door stoves
and Ran~ges and the CHARTER
OAK STOVES with patent wire
gauze doors. I am delivering these
stoves everywhere all freight
charges paid at the price of an
ordinary stove, while they are far
superior to any other stoves made.
Full particulars by mail.
100 rolls of matting 40 yds to the
roll 857 per roll.
1,000 Cornice Poles 2.5cts. each.
1,004) Wind(ow Shades 3x7 reet on
sprinig roller and fringed at 37& cts.,
each. You moust pay your own
freight on Cornice Poles, Window
Shades and Clocks- Now see here,
I cannrot quote you everything I
have got in a store containiing 22,600
feet of floor roomi, besides its an
nexes and factory in another p art
of the town. I shall be pleased to
seiid you anything above men
tioned, or will send my
Catalogue free if you will say you
saw this advertisement in THE
HERA LD AND NEWS, Pul lb-hed at
New berry, S. C.
No goods sen t C. O.u., or(on con
signmenit. I refer you to the editors
and >ublishers of this paper or to
any oanking concern in Augusta,
or to the Southern Express Co., all
->f whom know me personally.
L F. PADGETT,
1110 AND 1112 Broad Street,
Augusta, - - Georgia.
Proprietor of Padgett's Furni
ture, Stove, and Carpet Stores.
Factory, Harrison St.
be interrupted. If any of the gentlemen
will meet me after the show at Mc
Carty's they will find out I am not a
"Loud cheers greeted this speech,
and the play was resumed."
The Decollete in Modern Life.
[Elizabeth Stuart Phelps in the Forum]
It is not easy, but, it is quite possi
ble, to treat a coarse subjeat in a deli
cate way. It is with a deep sense of
both the difliculty and the responsi
bility of the undertaking, that I ven
ture to consider some serious aspects
of the question with which this paper
A good lady of Puritan training
(but, let it be added, of thorough edu
cation and generous culture) took a
trip alroad in middle life, under cir
cumstances which required her to cha
peron some young friends to the French
opera. She was the object of infinite
bandiage when it was discovered that
during the performance of the ballet
'she always shut her eyes. A promi
nent literary man, himself used to the
world and the ways thereof, urged
earnestly upon the author the publica
tions of this paper, sayi:;g : "In my
humble opinion, the ideal of propriety
held by what is called society, has'ab
solutely no relation to the moral sense.
To take a point: When I see the ease,
nay, the eagerness with which our
young girls attend and seem to prefer
those plays where the ballet is enough
to make any gentleman uncomfortable,
I am confused. What does it mean ?"
What does it mean, indeed? Is the
sense of modesty declining among our
women ? Or, to put the question more
exactly, is it falling behind the onward
motion of other fine forms of progress?
Is it the laggard in the great race of the
higher evolution ? The writer is no
crusader against the theater, though
not a frequenter of it, but has person
ally often shared the editor's wince at
the attitude of the present race of
young ladies toward the.indelicacies of
the stage.'There is a sang froid, an
ease in the presence of atrocious scenes,
which is amazing. The dropped eye
lid, the mounting blush, the protest of
maiden modesty agaist sights and sug
gestion from which any pure girl ought
to revolt-when do we see these sigus
of outraged womanly nature?
Our stage exiibits moral monstrosity
to the edge of abomination.
Probably the influence of the spectac
ular stage in coarsening the delicate in
stincts is more than shared by some of
the social customs of our home. Take,
for instance, the promiscuous dance,
favored by what we call society. One
need not be a Quaker or a Puritan, a
hermit or a devotee, to turn with dis
gust and distrust from offenses against
a refined taste accepted by dancing
people as evidences of it. When all is
said that may be-and much can be
said-of the beauty, of the innocence,
of the graceof
Music and measure
Set to pleasure,
of the pure delights afforded to irre
proachable people by our dancing cus
toms, enough remains in the illustra
tions offered by the liberties of the
ball-room to startle any disinterested
observer. Any fashion which gives to
a rou~e the right to clasp a pure woman
in his arms, and hold her for the length
of an intoxicating piece of music, is
below moral defense. I firmly believe
that the time will come when our
present license in this respect will be re
garded as we now regard the practices
attending the worship of Aphrodite.
It might be said that the nautch dance
is modesty beside our waltz. Bluntly,
to one who knows the facts behind our
gayest social scenes, how far do we
seem to have advanced beyond the
Congo idea of a social entertainment ?
The groves of Ishtar were more frank
about it. The drawing-rooms of polite
America veil and evade the eternal,
unutterable, identical thing.
One cannot pass such a topic this
without flinging one more lance of
scorn at the subject of women's dress.
It is a fact, gloss it anyhowv as we may,
that decent women have never
dressed so indecently in our country
and our century as they do in fash
ionable life to-day.
Between the ballet girl who dances
for bread, and the society: girl who
dresses as she does for a title or a for
tune, there is a moral gap, to be sure;
but, for one, I would take my chances
wvith the ballet if I had to face the so
cial standardsof another li fe with either
record behind Ime. Does the lady re
turning from the theater for her late
cognac or, champagne, think that she
can sit with her body half exposedl in
the uncurtained window of the cafe,
before which men and women of the
street stand gazing, and count herself
the moral superior of that other woman
looking on? Tell us, my lady, if you
can, when you exhibit yourself for
promiscuous surf bathing, before a
thousand spectators, in a bathing cost
tume which stop)s-where it does, how
much naore modest are you than the
circus dancer, or the merimaid in the
ten cent variety show?
Let us have done with playing about
the fire, and call a low thing low, anid
out with it. Face the truth. Au im
modest dress dloes not cover a nmod(est
woman. If your costu me is coarse and
vulgar, yout can blame no voice or pen~
which calls you coarse andl vulgar to,,.
If the dress is disgrac*eful, the wearer is
disgraced. The woman who dresses
indecently-never mind who, never
mind wvhere, never imind why-is
indecent. The wolman who dIresses
without shame is shanmeless.
Ungodly Canididates in Kansas.
[From the Kansas City Times.]
There are at least three men who are
avowed infidels who are running for
Congress in Kansas this year, but that
will probably cut no figure in the elec
tion, as theology is not one of the
issues in the State just now.
John Whittaker *Watson, the real
author of "Beautiful Snow'' and other
poems which have given him a world
wide literary reputation, died in New
York July 19, aged sixty-eight. He
had been living at 69 Bank street for
some time past in obscurity and pover
SOMETHING YOU AN TACKLE.
It Looks Like an Innocent Little Thin;g, but
Try It. Then You'!l see.
PJHLA)ELPHIA, October 14.-A new
puzzle has just been sprung up)n the
iuoffensive citizens of this world. It is
an annocent looking afiair and an in
expensive one withal but more deadly
than "pigrs in the pen." This latest
brain-racking device consists siniply of
three colurns of figures, arranged
1 1 i
Now, the point is to add t4)gether.n'y
six of the above figures and niake the
if you feel weak
and all worn out take
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back-cloth, for there is no plaster, p.
liniment, or lotion that has
such complete mastery over
ALL ACHES AND PAINS,
Dr. Grosvenor's Bell-Cap-sic Pla4er
are Purely Vegetable and Harmless. Re.ieve
instantly and never failto cure.
SAFE, QUICK( AND SURE.
Sold by druggists or maIed on receipt of 25c.
( EOSVENOR. & RICHA4RDS,
Clcr.'-eu and bea.utiis the hair.
P-lromio:e a luzxurint growh.
Nee Fazils to Btesore GrayI
C Oures scalp div'ases hai nani
Use Parker's Ginger 'fonic. Ii eures the wor-t en:dn,
weak L.ung'. Debility. Indligestion, Pain., Take in ti;za..J :s.
H INDE R C RNS. The nmcur r.cos.
EDAFNESS & HEAD NOISES CORED57
k-e*k's INVISiBLE TUBU'LAR EAR
CISIONS. whispers heard. com
fortable. ecessful where all Eemediie fail. Sold by?7. IJSCIX,
only. 513 Br'4way, Sew Yor. Wraeo for book of prooefs FRE-Z.
'E PPS'S COOOA
BR EA KFAST
"By a thzoroughl k ? il.-dlr of the tnat uzral
laws wichj go)vernz 1i e; oprat unsi of i;
tiozn andtn uit rit iin, azd' by acaref ul apphei.
tin of the tinte p)ropeirti s of wei l-eleted&~
tablesz with at de lletely'I itavoured' betveratg.
which many save ui :znany hay docI 'tort,.
bills. It is by the jud'Iielou- tie oif s rti
clesof diet that a cositto mayO beV "ad
ually built up unticl -trnzc'un toreis
every tendency to disease. Ilunred-of ub
tIe malasdies are' iloatinz artund us rtdy in
attack where'ver th.i-ri ~i- a. kni. w
may:~escap'' many a i faa .haft ,y ke'pin'
ourselve's well1 forti' ed wih purn blo' :md
a prope'r:y z nurhzi frame."- -ivi .'ri
or rznilk. Sold 'n;y in h:u-pun -liizz , by
& Co.. iz' Hom-pthlcie ihemi.j'ts. London.4i)f
FFo Pr LOST TD1.TtG MAE
rl VOU 33U,T
* ~ of Bedy ar.dndE7
S- .. orF.rEesesin0 Yctur.
Rbust, beble D ful Restored. How to entIarre' .:c
UtrSgh D PEDJIztORANSAPA&RTS o?5'b.
A "eitd UU1ng B03E TREATlE5T-Bueess In a cay.
Ei ets ~, 50 States and Foreign Coantries. Write them.
Uptl?3 ."E ."za "*g.35 ro Ema*il sald)f-e
~5U5W~WICAL CO., BUFFALO, N.Y.
One box of these pills will save mSu
dollars in doctor'sbills. They are
specially prepared as a
aud supplies a want long felt. They reo
move unhealthy accumulations from
the body, 'without nausea or griping.
Adaptel to young and old. Price, 250.
Not beLing ab"e to meet the niany
readers of this plper face to face, but
having a matter of the ost importance
t) lay before You one and all, I head
tls article "Personal,'" in the hope
that you may give iv words the same
careful attention that you would doubt
less grant me if I were able to call upon
WHA1T IS IT?
Let me tell you. It is in regard to
the purchiase of goods in mny line, nec
cessary for your coi fort and happiness.
_1v stock is a large and varied assort
nient of goods of all grades, extending
over a sea!e of prices which enables
every visitor to find an article to.their
taste in quality and value. You will
find these goods cut in the most fashion
able styles, in Sawks, Cutaways, Prince
Arthur and lrince Albert. I want
you to ren:eniber that tWese goods are
made up with those patent square
shoulders and .,uaran teed to fit as well
as custoni Im.ade c!ot hing. When you
come to my store :sk to see~the Double
Breaste!d lound Cut Sack, the latest
and nobil,est cut ofthe season.
This depart ment is now filled with
the niost elegant line of goods I have
ever shown. Uuderwear in all weights
and at all prices, from the cheapest to
the finest. Shirts, Co!!ars and Cuffs
purchased of me will not only be of
the latest styles but extra in finish,
make and strength of material.
I am showing a first-class line of
golods in this department, consisting
of all shapes and colors.
I have a full line of medium and
fine Shoes, Trunks and Satchels in
If you can't come and inspect my
stock, write me and i will try to suit
GRIND CETRAL 110TEL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Is the largest Hotel in the city, and has,
duripg the past year, been thoi-oughly
renovated, remodeled and refitted with
all modern improvements.
and offers inducements for the accom
nodation of its patrons. Has spacious,
light anld airy Sample Rooms on first
floor. Hot and Cold Baths, Elevator,
&e. Cuisine under su >ervision of'_r s.
E. E. Post, late of Look-out Point Ho
tel,.Lookout Mountain, Tenn.
The proprietor hopes by strict atten
tioni to the wvants of his p)atrons to
merit a share of patronage.
F. W. SEEG ERS, E. E. POST,.
has his name and om
W. L DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain.
The excellence and wearing qualities of this shoe
cannot be better shown than by the strong endorse
ments of its thousands of constant wearers.
S .00 Genuine Hland-4ewed, an elegant and
stylish dress Shoe which commends Itself.
54.00 iland-Newed Welt. A fine calf shoe
uqulied for style andl durability.
53.50 Goodyear Wect is the standard dress
3shoe, at a popular price
.50 Policeman s shIoe Isespecially adapted
for railroad men, farmers, etc.
All made in Congress, Button and Lace.
$3& $2 SHOES dLies,
have been most favorably received since Introduced
and the recent improvements make them superior
to ny shoes sold at these p rices.
As'k your Dealer, and If he cannot suppl you send
direct 'to factory enclosing advertised prce, or a
postal for order blanks.
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton. Mass.
MINTER & JAMIESON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
N'otice of Election.
mO THE COSIMISSIONERS OF
I.Election for the ounty of New
Whereas H. . J . Pope, who at
the General E2ieetionl held in Novein
ber, 1888, was chosen a Senator of the
General Assenmbly for the Election Dis
trict of Newberry Coun ty, to serve for
four yea:s, h:s since said election re
signed. And, wvhereas, the Constitu
tion of the State of South Carolina
dhirects that ini .-h a case a Writ of
Election shall be i-sued by the Pr si
rlent of the Seniate for the purpose of
Iilig the vacatney thus occasioned for
the remainder of the termi for which
the Se-nator so chioscn was elected to
Now, therefor, you and' each of you
ire hereby required, after due adiver
isement:: , anid with strict regard to all
thec prov isioiis of t he Coinst i;ution ar:d
Laws of thle said State ;oouch vouir dutv
n such eatse, to hold an e!e-ctioii for'a
-senator of the Geiieral Assembily, for
he Election istrict aforesatid, to serve
~or the rnmaindler of thec termra w i'hiich
lie sad Hion. Y. .J. Pope was elected;
lie Polks to be opened a :t the various
>laces of election int the said D istrict on
l'uesdlay, the 4t hi day~ of November,
*', by~ the various sets of M:anagers
'or toc places respectively; and the
ountingi ot the votes cast, and the
leelaration of the resulit of the election,
obe in accordanice with the provisions
>f law providing for the Genreral Elec
1011s and the mlanner of conducting
This Writ. together with your return
>f the election to be held under it, have
>efore the Senate at its next meeting
.fter the election.
VITNESS, The Honorable William
L. Mlauldin, Esquire, President
of the Senate,at Greenville, this
sr:Lx ]fourth day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousaind
eight hundred and ninety.
WILLIAM L. MAULDIN,
I OAD COMPANY.
CoL.VnIIA AND GREENVILLE DIviSnw.
Condensed Schedule-In effect Aug. 30th, In.
oTrai ns run on 75th Meridian time.)
OTlCIIBOiUD- No. No "No No.' No
54 i56 50. 58 6
A N P M;
Lv Charleston ......... 7 . ----- ....... -
Augusta............... 8 w --..-.- ------ - - - .
.r Coltunbia............ 11 01 ..- ...---- ... .. ....
Lv Columbia.......... 11'0 0 . ..40 ..
Alston..... -----. 12 02 6 4 ......
Union...........- . ' . .--- - - - -
Ar Spartanburg ...... ..
Tryon......... 4 46 ....... .... .
Saluda............... 5 3 ........ ........
Flat Rock........... 5 54 .. ... ...... .......
Henderson.......... 6 10 ........ ...... .. 1 ...
Asheville............ 700 .....- -------- . -- ...--- .
Hot Springs........ 8 40 ....... -.... ----
Pomaria .......... 20 00 A M ......
Prosperity....... 12 42 7 23 ........ ~ 20.......
Lv New ber .. .......... 00 40 40.......
Goldville............. -..... 8 4 -----. -----... -
Clinton.. . 9 0,-....
Ar Laurens............ ----.. 9 4 .......
Lv Ninety-Six......... 2 25 ....... ....... 53.....
Greenwood......... 2 46 ........ A 3 9 14'P M
Ilodges .......... ...... 13 Lr7 ........: 9 45: 9 38t U2 15
Ar Abbe*ville .. .... ... 3 50 .. .. 10 25 ........ 1 50
Beiton ...... ......... 4 LV -----... 104010 30.......
Lv Belton................. 4 1 . 104 .
Williamston ...... 4 22. 11 02 ...... .....
Pelzer...... ......... . 431 ...-.-- 11 0zi -------
Piedm ont........... 4 4 ........ 11 25 ....... ........
Ar Greenville.......... :530 ........ 12 05 ........+.......
Anderson............ 1 ....--.-------- 11 10 ...
Pendleton........... 5 =. ....... ... ...--.---- -*
Feneca... ........ ...... .. ....
W alhalla ............. 7 0 .. - . - ..-...
Atlanta.. 10 4..--- .
autisucu. No. No. No. No. rNo
Y.55 57. 51. 59. 5
iA NIM 34P3
Lv Walhalla............. ; 3) --..
Seneca ................ 8 .54 ...-... ... ... ...
Pendleton. ......... 9 26:.. ...
Anderson............. 10 W3 .......
Greenville......... 9 15 ........
Piedmont........... 9 ........ 53.
Pelzer.... .. .......... 310 .
Ar Williamston....... 10 18 ...3 17..
Ar Pelton................. 10 . ........
Lv Belton................. it) 40 ----.-.
I P 'A M PM
Ar Abbeville............ 10 50 4 158. 240
Lv Hodges.. ........ .1 .5093 458 15
Greenwood ......... 12 24,.... 5 .
Lv NIuety-%ix ......... I 1 A M
Laurens ............. 00
Clinton.. ..................... 6
Goldville ............ i..... ..: 652
Ar Newberry........... 2 37 7 50 6o
Lv Prosperity......... 2 57 S(- .
Pomaria . ......... .. 3 2
Hot Springs ........ 7 30.......
Flt ok 0 0 ......... ...
Asheville ........... 19 4 ...
lendersonville.! 9 .59;.
Flat Rock ........... iiO 10:....
Saluda................ 110 3.. .
Tryon ................. 11 24 .... .....
Spartanburg ...... 112 45 ........
Ar Union.................. .1 56 ........
Alston.. 335 846
Ar Columbia... 4 4* 9 50.1
Augusta........... 9 07 ........
Ar Charleston. 9 30 . ........
-Nos. 5. 6. 50, 51, 56, .57, 58 and 39 daily except
Sunday. Main3Line Trains 54 and 55 daily be..
tween Columbia and Alston. Daily except
Suniday between Alston and Greenville.
Pullnjan Parior Car on -No. 53 of South
Caroliua DivIion A uzusta to Asheville and
Hot Springs, without change, connecting
with 0olumbia and Greenville Division train
daily (-No. 54).
jA15. L. TAYLOR, Gen'l Pass. Agent.
D. CARDWELL, Div. Pass. A,
Columbia, S. Q.
SOL HAAS. Traffic Marazer.
S OU3TH CAROLUN%A UAILWAY CO.
Commencing Sunday, Jan. 26th, 1890, at .2
A. M.Xassenger Trains will run as follows uan
i) further notice "Eastern Time":
TO AND FROM CHARLESTON.
DepartColubia.6.......... 65 ......
Due Charleston.......... 0..... m.. 930p
o West (Daly):
Depart ChareStor Ca .. 700oa S
'TO A"* M~1IP
DepartCol in .
J N L.2TAYLO, Ge'-as.Aet
Columbia ....Columbi.. C.Opm
romning t1Su~a. na, an dept,8g0 at 6.&
.Mi.PAsege wins walote ruCaollws un
Auusa airasamey) -ri oadfo
Due dbendytrisevg Charlesto..........13am...93 .
DeAt Chaeston........ 7 00nCT ao Ne
DueJ C..oluian...... -4n3 n heS
DeartCi o admb LSaana
Duiet imn -lria
At u a.Estt Georg527and
At Elacvll West a Idally pons
de. at UnionD:p, Coumbi withC0i
p.. Also wit. Chale Colana an
43 ai. m. . o3.N57
pm Camlso wihstmero New
.nd on TuesaysandeFi.......ith
pon sin Foia
.11Agust .wi Geora. an 3Ce
.213 t an fromCll pots. West
A Blac Yokville toan fo2pins
..6 .W 13 . nctral.. Manaoge .
.M.~ B. .. KENc. Gen.15sAg'
Wimigtn N pC,Juyn
C.N -l 1:. re.1 ood.. ... Lj..,.
...... 7 0 Lv... dhreson..A. 10.3 .
...... 94 "...Srute..... " 9 62. 4
......105 Ar..CAlub ial..... Lv. 50....
...... 071 ...Winn.sboro... " 1039
...... 3d " .AYhrville..." 12
..... WALT~> " ...'Lana er.. I 10
.........d y D. ...Chate....... Receive
for...... l Al a Cr....N bry..v 24
......... 2 4G .... . r C., August 12th Th4
ule... w i be in "i....L: rn ....." 60
......7v ......Wa lha..... ....~ 1100am
... .. 2 "...Sart anburg0 p m 5524a
..........07."..end.ersonil 15 0 am
......... 7 00 " .... sh l le..... p 9 154a
Solidtainsk bewe Chartn and0Colm
ospertby -.H Chamran Recemver
for N. .wtailway.....50pa l4p
WEST BO'N~ D Pss'it FEG
LAv Columibia.......... rn3 m 1
Sa iuda .......... .a m~ m op
Lea pharts.........t 00a p 4mp
kia-entiue's Mll.. 6 2Jai 5 p t
W hit e Itock....... 6 a.> m i6pa
Ch:apinis......... 5 a~ in m 38pi
Little SMountain.. 7 05ain o p m
P'rosperi t y.............7 28ppm
Lv YeI;crroani 100pm
Alltrilt dil e'eet sn 1110oaem -
~ 3Im 12nt, 6pmbr y
A rNewbery .. ....... 7 50 Tp m
A.v Wilo.mi ......... ...... .3 lm 5 15
Lv S.acdai.............. 94 2 114 55p
Leaart.. ..........11:4 6 a " 405p
A riv rmorene.............12 31 a m 4 15p m
Suhiteroc..........43 11a 45p
L.Cha pms i..................95. , 18P*m
Ari e umoterain........74. m 00 p,m
Leav e lrince............... 20 a.m 2 30 pN
Lv Mearr........ .....1 a " 0
'A.io 'ns t olum.awih... Raiwa toi an
rain Nh.ri3.sto, At gust Satndsh.Ws,
fo. th4Nrt and Est. via t S. C.R'yn
Cue Ltenmhips.laevle.Smer eg
'oral furtden Jnomtion ad l Ento.
C. M R. ., . . A. . . PWKEin,
J en" anager,nt bend, Pshs. Agent
DATEJul Night,Expres. N.4.N.4.
1.Wilmington --------.20P .1 1 .
" Su mt r.---...'. ... ... 34p A. M. 4 a4 -
" C o l m b i a .... .... .... 6 40 " 6 0 '