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EVERY THURSDAY AT
NEWBERRY, S. C.
.*gricultural Interests In Cou.-ress.
[From the Irish World.]
.The surprising development of influ
in the ne.\ Congress, which has
-sn secured by the Farmers' Alliance
n recent elections, will be likely to
ng forward with greater force than
t.er the issues of currency and trans
4ortation which attracted s> much
T ' blie interest ten and twelve years
. The right of the government to
ssue the circulating medium of the
eountry without the intervention of
he banks, and to regulate its volume
according to the needs of the people
rather than of the money-lenders, has
n passed upon and vindicated by
tlie highest court of the nation, and
he Farmers' Alliance will not be with
out a formidable support amongst the
labor organizations in a demand under
practical limitations for an increase of
the national currency based upon se
curity other than the gold and silver
so tenaciously insisted upon by the
banking interests. The rapid payment
of the national debt, represented by
the bonds which form the basis of the
National Bank currency, has resulted
in reducing the volume of that med:
um, and the urgent needs of business
have made necessary the issuance o
gold and silver certificates, the equiva
lent for which in coin is deposited and
stored in the Treasury vaults. A wide
spread feeling prevails among the
farmers of the West and South that
such a basis is necessarily insufficient
for the needs of the whole country with
its rapidly-increasing population and
-slume of business and its extent of
territory nearly equal to the whole of
Europe. Hence is the call for free and
unlimited coinage of silver, the agita
tion for Government warehouses and
loans on merchandise, National con
trol of railroads, etc., which reflect the
wide-spread feeling of disaffection and
distrust and fear of the Eastern nioney
centres which prevail so widely
amongst the farmers and workers of
the West and South.
It will be interesting to note the att.
tude of the 52d Congress on those issues.
They are questions which cannot be
brushed asile as not entitled to serious
discussion. They affect so directly the
prosperity and financial security of the
k* whole country that their solution can
not be safely !ntrusted to amateurs or
enthusiasts, but call for the soundest
statesmanship and patriotism.
A Young Father's Excite,nent.
( From the Chicago Tribune.]
The story is on a young Chicago
father. The baby was his first, and he
wanted to weigh it.
"It's a bouncer !" he exclaimed.
"Where are the scales 7"
The domestic hunted up an old
fashioned steelyard that had come
down from a former generation. It
was the only weighing machine in the
house. The baby, wrapped in the fleecy
7folds of some light fabric, was sus
'pended from the proper hook, and the
proud young father assumed charge of
"IPll try it at eight pounds," he said,
sliding the weight along the beam to
"It won't do. She weighs ever so
much more than that:"
He slid the weight along several
"By George !"' he said. "S.he weighs
more than ten pounds ! Eleven--twelve
-thirteen-fourteen ! Is it possible !"
He set the baby and steelyard down
and rested himself a moment.
"Biggest baby I ever saw !" he
panted, resuming the weighing pro
cess. "Fifteen and a half-sixteen !
This thinig won't weigh her. See!
Sixteen is the last notch, and she jerks
it up) like a feather. G3o and get a big
pair of scales at some neighbor's. I'll
bet a hundred dollars she weighs over
twenty pounds. "M1illie !" he shouted,
rushing into the next room, "she's the
biggest baby in this country!: Weighs
over sixteen poundls !'
"What did you weigh her on7" in
quired the young mother.
"On the old steelyard in the kitch
"Trhe figures on that are only oun
ces," she replied, quietly. "Bring me
the baby, John."
Holding his Cotton for 't3 Cents.
'Twenty years ago a farmer of Pickens
County made twvo bales of cotton on his
farm. He brought one of them to this
city and sold it for 20 cents a pioud.
li thought that his other bale was
worth 2> cents a pound, and (declared
that he would never sell it until he got
that price. The price of cotton grad
ually went down, but the farmer has
stuck to his declaration andl the bail
has remained from year to year in his
cotton house. He yet declares he will
have that price for it or allowv his rela
tives to sell it at his death. All the
cotton that the farmer has since made
he has sold at the prevailing p)rices, but
can not be induced to sell the one he
put away :0 years ago. A merchant of
this city who knows the facts vouches
for this peculiar story.
[Nashville, Christian Advocaite.]
We are hapt1py to be able to state that
the rebellion is at last suppressed. If
any of our friends who live in the di-a
rection of the rei"rt bo'rcali have lingz
ering doubts on the subject, let them
read the following cla use from the BillI
of Rights, adopted by the 1.2e Consti
tutional Convention in M1ississippi:
"The right to withdrawv from the Fed
eral Union on aceount of any real or
supposed grievances shall never be as- I
suned by this State, nor shall any law
be passed in derogation of the para
mount allegiance of the citizens of tis I]
State to the Govern~menit of the United
States." The author of this clause is;
Hon. Edward Mayves, Chancellor of
the University, of Mississippi, son-in- p
law of Mr. Justice Lamar, and a prom- I
inent member of our last General Con
A MOLoCAST IN M1 UON.
Pupil and Tehelfr Burned to Death. thi
Ltter in an EfYort to Re%cue the
ESpecial to News and Cou-ier.1
NIAIRN, November 27.-News has
just reached here of the horrible death
of the fifteen-year-old daughter of Mr.
C. W. Wiggins in the upper part of
this county. .and of the prolable death
of another lady, whose name cannot
just now he found out. The unkno.w
lady was teching 'ho, a Mis
Wiggins was one of her pupils. Tie
clothes of the youn.g girl cauuht on 4,1-C
while standiog b,y the fire, :nd in the
elborts of her teacher to subdue the fire
both were horribly burnIe(. so mu o U o
Lhat kiiss Wi'tis (lied in a few min
utes, and the teceicr is not expected to
'th t N a:th or tz.e n%4o 1d.
(N. Y. indepem1'1ien t.]
Tie (ern gan ornment-:ru
amounts to 650.000.0(kl in, gol1. 1he
asociated banks of New York City
hold $7S,O'4,1:) in gold. Other Anmeri
can ban k.- hol I1, ,o0 in sio vr :zni
$9,80, h0 in gold. he Ban k of Hio
land contains p:9,40),000 in si;ver and
$23,600,00'. in gold. The banks of France
hold $309.400,000 in silver anld $2.1,.;0,
0440 in gold. The Italian govern
treasure amounits to i2,400.444n Silver I
and -20,00O,000 in gold. The Ro!ianl
government-treasure amounts to e',
100,00 il Silver and S2;, (4 in gld.
The American uttedStates treasury
atnoiuts to :l4,(, in silveranda
$:;25.00i,000 gold. The "ilank of Spain
holds S2:,400,44i silver and 20,400,
f00 in ohl, and the Bank of Norway
holds -'1:1,4900,00 in golI. The er:nan
Imperial l1ank holds , 00,440 in
si:ver anl 27,04444 inl gold. ind the
Gerim-a n ot- banks c man I1,00
in silver aIil $19.00, ill gold. The
Banlk o Portual holds $5,;0,00! in
gold: the Bank of Sweden holds $1.000,
000 in silver and 84! 1,000 in gold, :wnl
the S sedish na.1tional ballk- hold .-4,
S01,001) in silver and 11,0.fl in gobl.
Thie Bank of En-lmi conanf8;,00, -
000 in gold; the Scottish anks of issue,
25,00,000 in gold: the Irish banks of
issue, 46i1,0,000 in gold, and other
banks in G,reat Britain hold $4),000,04.)0
in gold. The Italian note-banks holl
$f,600,00(f in silver and 5:;:,(0, 000 in
gold: the Italian National Bank holds
$6,210,000 in silver and -:35,((0,th0 in
gold; and the 1elgian National Bank
holds -7,0(10,000 in silver and &1:'1,000,0
in gold. The Sw iss banks of issue e-on
tain 4,50,000 in silver and $11,800,000
in gold. the Grecian National Bank
contains ;100,O()0 in gold; the B-ank of
Algiers contains 43,200,o0 in silver and
i:3,40o,00 in gold; and the Bank of
Routmania holds , 490,0f3 inl silver.
The Bank of D-nmnark holds 5.00n.
44004 in gold; tile Ban1k of Russia %0,0004444
in silver and $l9:4,200,Cf00 in gold, and
the Austro-Huna4rian bank $4,ut0,o00
in silver and 528,80a4,004) in gold. The
total in silver dollars amounts to 5791.
200,000, and in gold to 5i,4S,4004,0004.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Casto~ria.
Wonderful Flesh Producer.
MIany have gained one pound
per day by its use.
Scott's Emulsion is not a secret
remedy. It contains the stimulat
ing properties of the Hypophos
phites and pure Norwegian Cod
Liver Oil, the potency of both
being largely increased. It is used
by Physicians all over the world.
PALATABLE AS M!LK.
Sold by all Druggyists.
ScoT T & 13oWNE, Chernists, Nz.Y.
LUPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
Druggists, Lippman's Block. SAVANNAH, GA.
.ilE 111111 Id 1001.i.h
invitedl t mall andl inispect n lint of
AXN D -i .\''( ).
'oreigzn andii D)omestie. F'ornmedical
.nd general use.
R ENTAU1 ANT
We'i also have' attached ai fir5 c'hiss
testauran4t, wvhere everytinIL th
ours, day) m.d( nia h t, I:y po'i t 33(d at
ntive waiters. O~ vzters in seas 4n.
A l-o atnie and elegant Po ol and Ull
ard Hall up1 sta:irs over' the saloon.
FIE WVOULD) RESPEC'TFULLY
V inform the plic. that we' are pe
ard to insure property againxst loss i y
'ire, Cycheloe' and Tor'nadoes.
Your4 p)atro4age is solicted.
BURTON & WILSt~ON, Ageats.
Newberry, S. C. '
fro' h N l 1: 5 --, h e
3-; r m Uft 3" 7) ' * *
n .Ihos wi, lktId, :os 'k, Pr es :dle
and '-ty h S. vf ou w:ilt one; bu
ilj-* o)f ShIO(S T Ito aSt .\ L Iull'
winter Iry ozrn.
CUE SYTPHI L151
t \-l n la loak n i.l Te
-:l!ti, T w -:uhun . c ' all
*-, a'd !ur pr Aw l. Y alhre re ll
a. ~ ~ l t r-atwen%ar i
o E 1010D pOaD j
crini a:- Ihas '-? .wI. Fw;- .-: . bu :ur
for 1' sam of 0 ri ary. -ec ndar t Tertiar r
typI ;g U" hi;, - -a n
..,, 1;ip n ,uar w: h , lth-m im.. .a i la. 4ri n. ink
L.I-P,Me:A. ChROS e Pra o mpr s, Mr
c uist .i:.u2r. a id Hlo w. SAVe.,AEte.A.
:EXJ B HALARNE
WHec AT TH--E Y SAYwo -ABt OUTan l
elennh; J.r se-.iettilP. t. I.. e*
ED EED E
UPMA B . ietrs
. I I; ito my wif- !..s b P . :
r 1:.e to the *' i i -Ty. u i -
r o s::d ysem. i i ; ii V
A T .. ' I:>] - )' N -.
- I l. B II: '.un .. I Pi i I
- .ta . i :a,.ils n'
iof ':! h I .i '. C I l h II :-.
ret i .-rv u h. .:teh . e'r:t.:..,
h- A nat1: FERlE TUR 3O A.:_\.a. a.
at :t.v-:id r!, .wnigtic.rra t n Afe
-~ Vu"B1tYa:Cl SMcTk HdCFe CSE?SiS
rAPP -i. Thett.. :.ipe:r to bpaisnty .take
- ti ae d. e a :nd cert.i ed .y, : a
JU: :f *. b: i< t* b::t .i . :t -;rN V NIr T-.
reft. t ill s.is lp I!: '-r -i .:l i . - * i'.""'t 0r
- fd5 : --:,31in :r L - I --- h. -
n i t '. ;b:VEt.Ir o r :A aPh tr:.: n . I
tlyIralyfO . O I:: - !Vi: .'.17 t't . i:t -.dy
-a--tIe oo . ':nAB a l ro':nm .~k (sea'.
- 4. 5erI roto-n:IaAL !.-: ," wh:FhAruO, o
B ECA UE I HAD A HEAVY B -
siness that this large stock of Men's,
Boys' and Children's Clothing is broken
in sizes and that you cannot have a se
lection for yourelf. Here you make a
mitake. My stock is filled with all
the choice ntovelti(s and tyles in Busi
!ess and Dress Suits inl Sacks, Cuta
ways or the ever-popular Prince Albert,
of imported Cheviots, Cassimeres,
Whipeords. Corkscrew.s ( and genuine
Clay Diagonals. I have a large and
well selected stock of fashionable goods
that are correct in styles, perfect in fits
anid madxIe Withll the best of trinin-s,
and cannot be excelled for first elass
1IV line of OVEWOATS is the best
assoAted stock in the city, eibracing
all the latest styles and novelties in.
this line. You should call and see
thern as all attempts at description of
this line of g'arments fail. I as% you
to v:ul :md ex.aImine this line before
.Just received a full li".e of NE( K
WEAR, which I call your attention to.
The largest and best assortment at 25
ets. and )I ets. that you have ever seen
in the city. They are all of the latest
patterns and styles that have been out
this seasou. It will pay you to call and
see them. Those who comle here comne
only for good, reliable goodS--only for
truthful, straightforward IethoIs. I
am ;villing to let others qiuote Satinet
and Cottonade prices with their all
wool stories-that's not il\ forte.
M. L Kinard,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
TOT ONLY IN SOUTH CABO- a
lina, but glorious news cones
from all over the Union. Denocratic
triumph means Tariff Reforn and
Tarift Reform means
REDUCTION IN PRICES.
Counts & Co. ofler the following
goods at cost:
ENTIRE 9TCK OF CLOTHING
MEN'S and BOY'S HATS,
L.ADIES JACKETS, CLOA KS and
AWAY UNBER COST,
POCKET and TABLE CUTLERY,
We have made a
IN PRINTS AND GINGHAMS,
and in fact the entire line of
MILLINERY, DRESS GOODS,
JEANS, and SHOES.
Give us a call, and that right early,
to avail yourself of the b.argans offered.
COUNTS & Co..
PROSPERITY, S. C.
GOOD) TWO\' OR F~OUR HORSE
A farm' on ('loud's ('reek, six or
svenl miules north of Bateshurg. F"or
any forthei.r in formation apply to the
undersigned at Ridge Spring, S. ( .
D). W. PA l)XWT1T.
TALBOTT & SONS ,~
EN;INE~S AND BOILE'RS,
SAWX 3MILLS, GRESTP SILLS,~
Are acknowledlged to bie the bcIest ev er
sold1 ini this State. When uni buy
0ne of t hem, you are sat isfied
that vou have made
Write for our prices.
At bottom figres
COL.U MEIA, S. C
IHon:e Ofilee Fac(t or'', lihmd
STATE''I OF" SOUTH C'A lOLI NA
(;UNTY OY N'-:\\l'Ei'V-IN
Ex-parte Mlaggie E. Hidebuber in re.
Th le estate of1 H. ('. ihlebubelr, dec
A pplicati-m for Home11(steadI.
i .tl hat Mlrs. M:In.rie E. I idlehiuber
has appliediC4 to t he' undersignted to h aveC
'et off1 to her a homrIeste'ad in the per
sonal:1 estate of her late hiusband(, H. C.
R iletl)her, decceased .
SiL.\S .J0 H NSTO( N E,. M:ister
Master's Oie, :5 Nov., 1l.I
VE' WILL 'ELL ON REAS"ON
ale terms, alttriva.te -ah, the
house andl lot in ihe towni of Newh4erry,
ie pro~perty o f 3Irs. S. iE. Btroadd us,
on corn'er'' alwell and Boundary
streets. For furthier iformiation see
(G)(GANS & H1T'r.
By .1. B. Felr.1"c. rbte.ug
W Ens.As, .Jamnes WV. ( rllmer hath
made suit to 1(4e to grant him Letters
*f AdmIiis5tration oft the Estate and
et4es of Andrew Cromuer, dleceased:
Th'le-e are, thlerefore, To ('ite and adl
monishl all and4 Sinigular the kindred
anl creditors of th icsaid And4rew~ Cro
mier, deceased, that they be and ap
pear before me in tile ('ourt of Probate,
to e held at Newvberry Coiurt House, on
the 4th day of Decembher.,1890 next, after
publication hereof, at 11 o'clock ini the
forenoon, to sho0w cause, if any they
have, whyl the said Admhinistratihon
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 10th day' o
Novemiber, A. D., 1890.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
DO YOU KNOW THAT YOU
Can buy any article of
Window shades, Lace V
BABY CARIUAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, -Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
delivered at your depot at the same
price that you buy them in Augus.tar.
I Carry Tverything
You lned, amnd can quote you prices
that will satisfy you that I all giv
a (101lar Value for every doilar 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 Redstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wa.s-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, -well worth $20, but to in
troduce 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 price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Special Bargain No.2.
Is our elegant Parlor Suite, seven
pieces, walnut frames, upholstered
in p)lushl in pop)ular cglors, crimson,
olive, blue, cld gold, either in
banded or in combination colors.
This suite is soid for S40.00. I
bought a large number of them at
a ban krupt sale in Chicago, hence
I will deliver this tine plhush suite
all charges paid by me to your near
est Ri. R. depot for $33.00). Besides
these suites I have a great many
other suites in all the latesL, shapes
and styles, and caun guarantee to
Bargain No. 3.
Is a walniut spring seat lounge, re
(ucedl fromi $80.00 to $7.00, al freight
Special Bargain No. 4.
Is an elegant No. 7 cooking store
trinus~ed u p corn phete for 811.51 all
:harge's pa:idh to yor depoit, or a .5
hohe ranige with trinmuinings for $15
Besides thec-e I have the largest
stock of co oki ng stores in the city.
nel uding the~ Ga.uze dloor stores
md Ranges andI the CHA I'L r*:
IA K STOVES with patenit wire
auze doors. I :un ticiivering t hese
toves every whIere all friihlt
harges paid at the price of an
rdinary stove, while they are far
sIperioir to aniy other stoves made.
Enili piarticulars hy mail.
1ut rolls of matting 40 yd.e to ih'
rJI 5 75 per~ roll.
1,01,0 Corhhiee Poles 25eta. each.
,11tn Win.:ow Shadecs 3x7 reet on
~pri ng roller andI fri nged at t76 ets.,
ach. You miust pa your o1wn
reic lt on Corniee I"')'es, Windo(1w
de ~a s anud ( locks- N ow. see here,
[ e:mnnlot quoiite ymou everytin.. I
ave got in a st ore conitaining 22,i00
feet of tloor r'ooia, besides its an
wixes and1( factory in another part
f t he town. I shall be pleased to
end yo u a nythi)nsg ab ove menCi
ioedi, or will send my.
atalogue free if you will Say you
aw this adlvertisemient in THiE
IIEIaMo AN!) NEws, plJ)ishied at
ewherry, S. C.
Nu gzoods sen t C. 0. D., or 1n "onl
ignmen2lt. I re(fer! you to) the editors
aud pulishers of this paper or to
mny banking conucrn in A~1Uusa
or to the Southern Exp ress Co. al
>whmknow me. prsonally
fwhm Yours &c.,
L. F. PADGETT,
1110 AxN) 1112 Bread Strecet,
Auuse,- - Cecrgia.
Preprietr r of Pi dgeti'. Furmi
ture. Sn*ve, :m n(a ipzt Sir re.
Slu:ae <i m;d n . j
- i, i h cale up to
W ncity reCeutv for a visit
tell:. a ver (u trof -her old :mu
my. Aint 'aindy. who) accompanied
her in zw; in th-- eaiiity of maid.
it vnst hat 1:yw:tthrOUgh1 the
a: every p -o vh way the elderlv
moure :n. niore sandalized by what
:she sa..Not (Wn.- w -dwas sai.], but
by. aetgu:-n'i, gh herl,isap
proval w1 :a:: .ed, u::til they en
teredl b i.l .f -uipt"ure, whcre her
they :e.-t c \' : f Medici'. n:tkt1I
lovelinIrss and,( vi, wed tho statut-,lue
b:uty u:' the .\ p.1o of elvi-lkre. Ma
lindy took r. oan -h hue. So thotight
fully w she '- > !ihing her !ilver
rii:ni. -inectahle, as she left the buil
n hr jr ii loiavl.] to in<iire
Al:i ; i:i :ny r m & ,enef!
"liked i: \*. '. I h - Pow'
ful .t--1 l2 th in - ::o er Iny .o.or iD
ble :i eston, us e
C., "S RON' BITTERS
Tt,he Peopl cf A'newberry:
nd Zurrounding Counties
HAVE kE:-:I '.E TH E PI.A'
t - of : i- ine in all of its
bb,nd w itend1 Cal! at all
hI'ur-S of4 the dal <-' nigh! o r i
tihe ctr44*. Spe(-ial at tentjin given
to 'le tr o':- of Diea:-es of Fe
nii-s. :and to) Chronit; disease., oif all
kiwds, inclu<iing ?ri -Nasal Catarrh,
Dyspi.-psia, :kin isae, Rlleuiatislm,
Pilt-S, etc.. VtC., etc(.
Office f.,r flhe preQ-ent at my re-.i
de-. l'-o tN Poi', M. D.
C T W. L. Douglas Shoes are
warranted, and every pair
haUhi nam and price stamped on bottom.
$3 F O
0h e0ein' an00rn oaiisf hsso
can6 toh'trso' hnltesrn n-7
met 4 t huad fcntn ear s
Fine0 Caloadt'ae W asthe drdo Grin.
The e::eelenceand warin qulesofathysadhpe
S .1 maennine Iland-isewed. and Leanad
E'& e unqulle fx or~ rvteland durabclitro. e
nSi t. rGoodytealirfWlt.4i's thkexsupdrdidres
o he, '4( at tpom.la p rice.
haovec en oifrablyh reived supply yntoued
direct~to factorv' ~'eloing advertised price, or a
W. L. UUGL.iS. Erockton. MIass.
MMTEi & JAM1iESON,I
-' :, -::m, t4. c.
L- '. i -.\ TTLEEN
A. rn t!n a nt.of .'r'h H. Ei1 rgle,
44:n i- W I: . n\' 4 . 4 .1 4 1h l bate
'4ourt4 fo Newhry 'outy, I. C., onl
IlnLy the 1:t (.1 of D4')cemb iLer,
net, a: ('n:1edia l th'ere''fter up
ply . f 2: iOli na 'l . b::r;.:e as guardi Oft
on a 9.rra. :221free to maied
men, t ' ..B . C ca - u-r.d a. 1ew Iori.
THE BEST POROUS PLAS
Wi!ntnlyeiv UMATISM, KI
25 cents at Dru~g ts. G. ROStTEN%(
~~?2 \)ICIHESR'SErGLISH, R
boxe, .aled wi:t 4k" rio. Take no o
.1 plls in pre:teboard boxe*. ink wr&'ip'
10,000 Trenwi:h1. S%ia IePpe.
Sold by all Local Drozglsa.
and Stools. Cabinet Work of anl kin
Banks. Cataog<e free Address ATI
Advice to the Aged.
Ag brings infirmitles, such"e l
gish bowels, weak kidneys and b -i
der and torpid liver.
have a specific effect on these organa,
stimulating the bowels, giving natur
al dischargis without strainlng or
to the kidneys, bladder and liver.
They are adapted to old or young.
L P1ElSNS IN DEBTED TO
Iley V. Fant, deceased, will
Come forward at once and settle either
with me or with my attorney, 0. L.
C. W. AUSTELL,
I HAVE CHANGED IY PLACE
of business from the J. D. Cash
buI"ding to the oflice lately occupied by
Dr. Sampson Pope, on Friend Street,
tw%%o doors below the Observer office,
whI,ere I w%ill keep on hand a full line
of Doniestie, Davis, New Home,
Wheeler & Wilson, and other Sewing
Maehines, also some of the best makes
of Organs. Orders for Pianos filled at
short notice, and satisfaction guaran
teed on all sales. If you want a Sew
ing Machine, Organ, or Piano, don't
fail before purchasing to call on
D. B. WHEELER.
K INDLY THANKING 1Y PAT
rons for past favors, I solicit a
share of their patronage by sending me
orders wiich I can fill at short notice
and snall profits, and remain as ever
101 Fulton Ave., Astoria, N. Y.
TILLMAN GETS TEAR.
AND So DyES J. S. RUSSELL IN LOW
ho Cakes Colgate Soap for 25cts; one Ib, Knit
tinlg t'tton for 25 ets; 11) Pape.s Pins for 25
ets: Six Spools 'Iihread eL es: 2 small or 1
l:r;e box -Nason'sJ3laeking 5 ets; Checked
lioiespun 5 ets per-yard; one quart Raven
Blak harne.ss Oil 25 ets; Molasses-25c. 40c
goo,d 5c, and splendid N. 0. wc ver gallon,
Dry Goods, ( roeeries. shoes. Hats, No:Ions
Tobacco. canned Goods, iardwaire, Etc., ah
low down, for casi.
J. S. RUSSELL.
House and Lot for Sale.
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry oil Saleday in December, (1st
day), my house and lot in Helena, con
taining one-bali acre, situated on the
public road leading from Newberry.
Terms cash. 0. B MAYER, Jr.
OF NEW YORK
RlCHARD) A. McCURDi', President.
ASS E TS - $136,401,328.01
LIABILITIES - 126,744,079.58
SURPLUS - 89,657248.44
EDMRD11f L. RERNM$J,
COLUMBIA. S. i.
WWB FY !ie uM3001UNTIE
UNIwN, 3. 0. ___
- -e-ermy- nPlay '
the, onei eer
son<either >e) h
N ew York City.
.Venion,' the He ald aed News wnen you
ONEL HOUSE AND LOT,CORNER
of Adamus and Harrington streets.
One Farmn of 8.5 acres, two miles of
Nes w~ terry
For termsII apolly to
CAR~L lJSLE & LANE.
GEO. S. MOW ER
ATTO0EEY AT LAW,
\'lLL PRACTICE IN ALL THE COURTS.
NEWB3ERRY, S. C.
2Ff iee in P. 0. Building .Ag
I i2I JLST R1ECJElMi
NEWSUPPLY OF FANCY
Z and amilyGroceries, also a new
lot of splend(id Cigars, Cigarettes, To
bacco, 'Canned Goods and a very fine
asoritmenCt of Stick and Fancy Candy,
Appies, Bananas, Oranges, Prize Cof
fee, Keg Pickles, Cheese, Soda and
Sweet Crackers. Smoked and Fresh
Pork Sausage all the time. I buy for
cash and can sell goods very close.
Give mie a call. Mir. B. H. Lovelace is
heping mie and would take especial
plersure in wa.lng on his many old
friends and customers. Give me a call
and see what I ca'i do for you.
H. C. HUNTER.
Next to Postollice.
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R ICHMOND AND DANVILLE IAIL
COLUMBIA AN-D GREEN-VILLE Divisr.N x.
Condensed Schedule-In effect Aug. 30th, 180.
(Trains run on 75th Meridian time.)
NORTHBOUND. No. No. No. No. No
A X'P M
Lv Charleston ......... 7 0.
Augusta...............8 00 ........ . ...
Ar Columbia............ 1100 ........
Lv Columbia.......... 11 00 .5 40 ..
Alston........ 12 02 6 45......
Union............ . 33.... ... ...
Ar Spartauburg ...... 236........
Saiuda................. 533 ......
Fiat Rock........... 5 ......
Asheville........ 7 00...........
Hot Springs... 40. . .
Pomaria.. 12. . 00...
Prosperity...........124- 73'... 2D
Lv New erry. 1.. 7.40.....17.40....
Ar Laurens .......
Lv Ninety-Six.........2........... 853L.
Greenwood ......... ...AM94PM
Ar Abbeville....... . ... 102 . 150
Belton ....... ...4....
Lv Belton .1.'............I
William.ston ......4 1102
Pelzer...... .......... : 11
Piedmont..4 4 ..... 112......
Pendleton .. ...
anta . 10 ....... ........ ......
t1UcTlibUUND . No. NO.: .No. zYo No,
-______55 57:! 51. 59. 5
Lv Walhalla.. .. x ....... ....... .........
Pendleton 926............... .......
Anderson ...... 1003... ....... A ..
14Greenville 7 2 ....9 15 2 1.... -
Pelzer .... ......lo ....7 ....
Ar Belton ........... I i ... 3 -:1 3 55
Lv Belton ....... 45.. ....... .... 405
P A PM
Abbeville. 10 2 5 8 ..... 8 ... 240
Hodges -... .....4.93 458 1158
reenwd ........ ... 520.....
Lr Ninety-SiX ........ 1 0 42........
Laurens .......... . ... ... 6 00.
Clinton 1..........2........ ......
Goldville ..3 .... 6 5..1.
Ar Newber.. 2 .37 75.... ... 6.....
Lv Prosperity ..... . 257 0 ....... .
4 40 .... .30'. ...
Asheville .......... 92
Aendersonville. 9 03
Flat Rock.......... 10 10....
Saludn............ 10 37!.....
Tryon ....... . 24..... . .2
Ar Wnioi. .o... l ..... .1
Alston...........3.. 8 46
Ar Colutbia...........4 401 950
Augusta. ..... 9 ....... 10.
Ar Charleston......-. 9 301.... .......
Nos. 5. 6. 50,51,56,57,58 and 59 daily except
Sunday. Main Line Trains 54 and 55 daily be
tween Columbia and Aston. Daily except
Sunday between Alton and Greenv..le.
Pullman Parlor Car on Columbia and Green
ville No. 54 daily from Columbia to Hot
Springs N C.
7Z,.L. TAYLOR, Gen'l Pans. Agent.
D. CARDWELL, Div. Pass. Awt.,
Columbia, S. C.
SOL. HeAAS. r. Manager.
S OUTH CAIROLI[NA RAILWAY CO.
commencing Sunday, Jan. 26th, 1S90, at 6.Z
A. M.,Passenger Trains will run as follows un
til further notice "Eastern Time':%*
TO AN D FROM CIIARLESTON.
DueCharleston .................. 1103am_ 930pm
Depart Charleston ...... 700m 510pm
Due Columbia....... ......10 43 a m_100 p
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
Sounth (aily ewcept Sqnnday
DueCoum.a..7.. 2 10.........
Depar Co........63 1...... .......
Dueugst.... .......3-Sam 5 ....... p
rivingatl47 5. . ..... deat 6 at0 ......
Aot n odb r aCharleston.........l9 -
tos. 5, 6,10, 5. in., nd 58eavng Colubia axet
sengers byi tIee Trains t4ake Supe datl e
te Columbeatnd tAlsor Newl Yxcep
Snda onTeeAst and Greenvsithlse.me
PulnPror Cnvead ontonb tandt Green-s
Rilroe o ady from Columbia ato aot
Spoins in. Flr.
AtAgs.TAI ) Geogandn'al Ail-t
Ralod. TAhrDWuELL tiv. casb. purt.s
G. . ILLR,U. . .,Columbia'.C
. MA A RDJ'l-reracManager.
WomnilmiSngto, Jn. 26t, Jl 18906.
TO N FRO CTADRLSTO.
GoiNG W East (Daily):r
Due 00haleso.........10v....C..eto.A . 93 am
. 94ar Chreto.......te...." am...51 3
DueC o bar....C.. ..........104 a m. .....
Depart 114umbi......n 9ro 00 889
.341rt Camden.vlle....... 38 120.m
. 3'27 " EasRo(Dily): 167
. 530r Cou ba........64 ...Chr..t.. 100 p
.Due Augusa............... ....1 2 a 2m.. ..25p m
Depart August. Greenwood. 805a..... 124.
. 440ol mbi.......... .... 43 Jam.. ... 05p .
.umia.n Greenvi vlle.iloa by 92.5.ar
r.ving a310 43a".,ab eparting. 10 5 2
p. 2.31s withCartnbrg Colmbi6.n
Slieadbedy trains beweCalenand Chale
boa S. C. . M., aRSn, eang Coasmb. atg
43 a. t. m.
Pasedgr by D.H.s trainsr tae Super at
AtCharlesto S.ith stAugst for 1ew9"r.
andomncingsdays ad theidaysowih s.eer
ufeorl Jac sonvieade ntco heStoh'
LRaCloadia.andfrom mavannh(an a
ponsinuForid......5 m 11a
roap toanrom.al 0pmt Wes1anSoah
Raenoa.Through Mickes capn be15rcase
toapints.Sot 6 ndest 1by 4po
Litl M WAl,neralp M 1.4p
. PASENGR D PATMENT.5
Spud. . 1am 4m5am
........ . 0"...Ln...... .."a 741....m.
paetnesMl.82 m 35
Cha.... i4n"..oke.......m 1 pin...
Litte Montai.7 4 a p 3m0
.......wb0e rr......ewery..L 2044......
......... n4 daily exc.Aneptsn... Conne-.....
....... 5t .ol ba" t ....re u i.. . "l a to 25..'...
....... 7harl ton ......W aand.... th Wet 25......
...... t 6 07rt "a.ndesvile ". C. R9 and...
bC . . ~ T..EES.N Gen PaCKss.,g.:
H. WA LES 3nGenr, Maner. .Agnt
O LUM I. EB ERA Y S.C. A
I heARESTN C,Agst Hoe1i7hecty,ah,.
domning ths y,b tholloghd
and ofers iducemnts frutheaccom
mo ...................... . Has p spaio usa
Ba'enuiine' under. s25prvisio of M
WhiPot Rol....... of Looou poi12 H6p
tl,eku Mountain, Tenn.m124
Tproprit....... 7h28ep by stic atte
tio New ter wants.... of hi0 patron to
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