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TED. the gallaP' ense.
fort" ir ak- rigW,
ENERAL term world
was asked this
- * he thought there
FlEE Bu ~ satariff legislation pass
D oHouse this winter. He re
-~ esIat -
r "That 1 a very bard question
answer. re is not very much
Y upon. our side on this sub
I m inclined to think that no
tariff bill could be passed in
ouse. The great probleif8on
hVe to consider is VIIhink this
746the1s-plus re ' by a simple
be tie tarif, which would
r any elaborate bill."
dge then said further: "I
Iery confident that a proposition
Ar jreducing the tariff upon lumber,
agar and salt could be passed
through this House easily. I think
ti*tan effective majority could be
united upon such a proposition as
that. This is about all the reduc
tion of the tariff that our revenues
would stand at present. Such a re
dution would be thoroughly in'har
mny with the Peresident's policy.
$ese :are the articles which are
lpgely used by the poor, and a re
dOtio of the tariff upon them
*ould benedt the poor more than
-ay other class. The only objection
&such a reduction would'come from
be Louisiana sugar planters. This
esgar planting industry of Louisiana
ruot increased under protection.
There are some members who think
*vwld be cheaper to give these
people a bounty and take
o the tariff from sugar in general.
am against giving any such boun
Mr. Holman-said that if the Ways
Means Committee should re.
port any bill it probably would be
too radical to be approved by the
Democrats. He understood that the
Republicans would vote solidly
against any tariff change.
The Judge was asked if he thought
the present system of distributing
the Appropriation bills would result
in iWceased -expenditures. "Not
this year," he -eplied. "I think so
mekattention has been called to
betthat the committees will
ij very careful. I shall expect to
S$pethe appropriations conisiderably
~~ssthis year; indeed, they cdd
gea pdy be more than the; were last
~kya. The Republicans in their
Sworst years of extravagance, when
- byput the salary-grab upon the
2~i~'pyrmidon their lavish expenditures,
ealy reached the sum of $193,000,000,
~hinle last year we appropriated over
r. olman expects, however, that
thLs system in the future may result
aextravagance. He was asked if he
hogtthere would be any financial
Not athing will be done. The sil
ver coinage will not be suspended.
There will be a protracted debate,
but you will find there will be no
Slegislation of any kind, save possi
:bthe passage of a law providing
for the calling in and recoinage of
Sthe trade dollars."
~.WHAT SENATOR VOORHEES THINKS OF
A2NTI-SILVER LEGISLA TION.
7< Senator Vooorhees was asked his
jqdgment about the Senate passing
>az fnancial mes:es. "To the
beet of my candid judgment," he
Ssaid, "nothing will be done." He
wsas asked whether be thought the
Eustis proposition eould be passed
in the Senate. He :shook his head
-most emphatically. He said there
were very few of the Senators who
favored it. The silver men do not
?regard Eustis and Beck as their
friends. They regard their views as
too extreme. A prominent silver
man said to-day: "Both Sustis and
Beck seem mad because silver now
is as good as gold. They seem to
want to make it cheaper. Look at
-Beck coming in with a proposition
Sto-day to have the interest and the
principal of the puiblie debt paid in
gold, in silver and silver certificates
a i proportion, as near as may be, to
the way these kinds of currency are
received at the Custom-House in the
payment of custom |dues. The fact
is that silver is now employed in pay
ing the interest on the public debt as
-well as the certificates named. How
many people ini the country who
-have their cupons cashed at the
banks get gold for them ? You will
find that greenbacks, silver certifi
Scates and even silver have been paid
out in satisfaction of these coupons."
RECE's sUBSTITUTE FOR THE SwEEP
IN~G REsOLUTION OF MR. EUsTIS.
The Finance Committee of the
SSenate met last evening at the
residence of the Chairman, Mr.
Morrll, for the consideration of the
Eustis resolution. This morning it
met at the Capitol and discussed the
resolution [again without being able
to come to any conclusion. When
the Senate met, Senator Beck pre
*seated a sub,stitute resolution which,
'1rapreamble like that of Mr.
sisi th.ignforth the provisions
is e of money received for
gtoa dues, resolves that the Sec
etary of the Treasury be directed in
all payments hereafter made of in
terest on the bonds and notes of the
United States and in the purchase
or payment of 1 per cent. of the en
tire debt of the Uniied States, for
the sinking fund as now require-d by
law. to pay out gold and silver coin
as near as possible in the same pro
portions in which gold coin antif
tificates andI silver coin Y h' pre
cates were receive4dr duties on in
ceding fiscal y- is thought that tis
ported f, while as effective as Mr.
IA%tis's resolution in some.respects.
Neither the resolution of Senator
Eustis nor that of Senator Beck will
be reported, if at all, from the Fi
nance Committee before Feb. 1, the
date of the $10,000 bond call. It is
generally understood that the com
mittee is inclined to take up any
measure which has not a direct and
decisive bearing on the silver ques
tion. The Beck resolution is pre
ferable to the Eustis one in that re
spect, still, neither of them tends to
It is doubtful whether the Finance
Committee will make a report of any
one of the silver measures now be.
fore it. The members are of the
opinion that the Senate is not at all
anxious for legitlation on the silver
question, and that the opportunities
for debate on the subject are quite
What the World says editorially
on the subject on the 13th inst.
Since it seems to be a foregone
conclusion that Congress will not
suspend the coinage of the silver
dollar during the present session at
least. it is in order to consider what
the effect will be. One thing is cer
tain, and that is that there will be
2,400,000 more silver dollars in ex
istence at the end of each month
than there was at its beginning. It
is equally certain that it is only a
question of time when these secre
tions will result in a snfficient ac
cumulation to overflow the Treasury
to the shape of payments which are
now made in gold-if they are not
stopped before that point is reached.
In short, it is certain that if the law
remains unchanged we shall be re
duced eventually to a real as well as
a legal silver standard of value 20
per cent., more or less, below th~e
present one. Can we hold out two
years more with the present standard
in order to give the people a chance
to elect a Congress which will repeal
the compulsory law ? We probably
can if the Secretary of the Treasury
continues to refrain from forcing the
issue of silver as his predecessor did,
by delivering silver certificates in
the West free of exchange, or in ainy
other way. It has been found that
unless there is a forced issue of sil
ver the percentage of revenue in
gold remains large enough to
enable the Government to continue
its gold payments and thus sustain
the standard. This policy, however,
involves piling np the new silver in
the already chavked vaul:s and lear
ing it there.
A brilliant writer in the News and
Courier discusses the census ques
tion elaborately and finds it will not
be fair to give representation in the
Skate according to population. He
wants property represented and ascer
tains that a reapportionment by the
census of 1880 would give Greenville
one representative to a million and a
half of property while Charleston
wonlH have one to three millions.
He suggests a remedy taken from
the constitution of 1790, and we have
no doubt his suggestion is received
with hearty favor by the dominant
faction in this State, which has been
working for fifteen years to get us
back to 1790 in everything. But
they all forget that the idea of the
day is that the people rule; that leg
islative assemblies represent men di
rectly and dollars incidentally, and
not dollars directly and men inci
dentally. If the property represen
tation is fair in the State, however.
it is fair in the Union, and we may
well proclaim it a burning injustice
that the State of New York has but one
representative to $78,000,000 of prop
erty, while the State of South Caro
lina has one for each $19,000,000 of
her property, by the returns of 1880.
If we are going to equalize the thing
on that basis in the State, let us
do it in the United States and give
New York ai representative for each
nineteen millions of dollars she is
worth or South Carolina one for each
seventy-eight millions she is worth
either way will do. In one New
York will have 138 to our 7 and in
the other we will have one or two to
New York's 34-unless the city of
Charleston could get up another di
rectory census and kinder even up
things by showing up an increase of
values sufficient to cover the differ
ence. Directory censuses are very
handy sometimes.-Greenville News.
The condition of the Irish in Ire
land calls for prompt and powerful
statesmanship. Things will soon
oome to the pass that all the military
i England wrill not supprenn a starv
This rowder never varies. A marvel
purity, strength and wholesomeness. Mor
economical than the ordinary kinds, and car
not be sold in competition with the multitud
of low test. short weight alum or phosphat
powder. Sold on!v in cans. ROYAL BAKIN
OwDER CO. o0GWall st., N. 1. 11-12-1y.
The largest and finest Pecan Nui
ever brought to Columbia.
Nuts in Variety
Just received; a large quantity of A
monds, Brazil Nuts and English Wa
nuts, Fresh and Dried.
ALL GRADES OF
G[O01RIES AND PROVISIOM
In the Greenfield Building, next I
Muller & Son, Columbia, S. C.
10-8-12m. J. S. ROBBINS.
A complete and elegant stock of ne'
At the store of Mrs. CORRIE GRENEKE]
My stock will be sold cheap, and I ask .m
friends, and especially the ladies to call o
me, assuring them of polite attention. Giv
me a call friends, and see what I have. Mari
of the articles are indispensable to ladies an
gentlemen, and especially to School Childrei
wo will find it to their advantage to call an
examine my stock. As an instance of tb
low pie s I offer a first rate Pen at 50 a bo
or grosr.. this being 50 under cost. Scra
Books an d Albums from 15 cents upward.
any other articles at lik lo GR NIE.
(XBA RT & CO.
CHA RL ESTON, S. C.
The largest importers of Fruit in th
South. Off'er for sale at well selecte
APPLES, OR ANGES,
DRIED FIGS, RA ISINS,
ONIONS AND PEANUTS
And everything else that a First Clrs
Wholesale Fruit House should haYe
Country orders filled with dispatch.
HERALD AND NEWS
You can have Bill Heads, Note Heads
Letter Heads, Envelopes, Business an<
Visiting Cards, Invitations, Programmes
Catalogues, Pamphlets, Briefs, Checks
Receipts, Circulars, Dates, Show Bills
Hand Bills, Cotton Tickets, Blank Liens
Conveyances, Mortgages, Etc., printet
at short notice and at the most reasona
ble prices. A. C. JONES,
Pub. and Proprietor.
Everybody to examine our stock of
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES,
CROCKERT AND GLASSWARE
TINWARE AND WOODENWARlE,
TATBLE CUTLERY, BROOMS, ETC
IN THE CITY
Call and get our prices before buying
SCOTT & BRO.
Newberry, S. C.
the popular favorite for dress
ing the hair, Restoring the cotor
- when gr.ay,and peventig Dan
stops the hair falling, and is
sure to please. soc. and $x. sizes at Druggists.
The Best Cough Cu.re you can us.
and the best known preventive of Consumption.
Plasa's ToNic kept in a home is a isentnet to
blo siur ad the Stomach Livr an dney
in wor g order. Coughs and Colds vanish be-.
f oum sufe from Debilty Skin Eruptions,
emal Compaints, or aydisorder othLugs
Stomach, Bowels, Blood or Nerves, don't wat
tnyuare sick in bed, but use PAsiCan's Toxic
o-a;it will give you ne life nd vigor
Soldy Druggists. Large iaying buying $: sisc.
Is hereby given to Executors, Ad
ninistrators, Guardians, Trustees anc
other fiduciaries that Tuesday and Thurs.
day of each week during the months of
January and February, 1886, are sel
apart for examiin and filing their an
nal returns as reured by law.
-J. B .T LER v. P. r. Ce
ARRIVING EVERY DAY ' BY
Orders promi-ly i1lled for fainilie:
and delivered in ay p:rt of the ct:
free of charge.
Also on hand. and sold at rea.onabl<
prices, either by the ton or barrel.
We will also keep on hanl a suflicien
To supply the town and the surround
FRANCIS HALLETT & CO.,
9-24-tf Newberry, S. C.
For tathei and son, for old and young, fo
large boys and small, for short uen and tal
Clothin for business and dress, for wee
days and best, for play and for sehool, lo
y warm days and cool. Clothing that look
well because it fits well, that wears well bE
e cause it's made well. Clothing that is prope
in style, proper in material, proper in finis
and proper in price. Clothing, in short, ths
excels in every feature of excellence and i
cheap only in price. Such clothing as I hav
e described and in such assortment as I hav
hinted at will be found in the emporium
fashion, where the careful selection, caref
supervision and careful workmanship
shown in the largest and most varied an
mostecomplete stock of superior clothing eve
displayed in this city. A stock that offers yo
the best opportunity of selecting a suit to il
and please you. Everything in gentleman
wear can be found here, such as Hats, Fus
nishing Goods and Fine Shoes of the lates
styles. This is the headquarters fur Gentle
man's fashionable outfits from his head to hi
feet, you can be better satisfied here tha
else where, as the reputation of this establisi
ment is reliable, and that all goods are sol
as represented. If you have never trade
with me give me a trial, and I am satisl
you will continue to ptronize this rehiabi
COLUMBIA . S. C.
WALL PAPERS, CORNICES,
Call at the LEADING HOUSE in th
State for these kind of goods.
J.H.DAv18s', Carpet Store,
COLUMBIA, S. C
Several new designs in Tapestry, Brus
sels, body Brussels and Wool Carpet:
selected especially for the Fall trad<
-have already arrived and many others or
1,000 Smyrna Rugs
And Mats, all New Patterns, also a fin<
Brussels Rugs and Mats.
Cocoa and Napier MattinIgs, new stoc1i
just in store. 9-17-ly.
H. C. SUMMERS,
Wines, Liquors, Lager Beer, Cigars
and Tobacco. Prompt attention paid t<
all orders, I am prepared to furnisi
demijohns, kegs and jugs, and they can
be returned and no charge made for
them. J. B. Lanier's celebrated first
grade corn whiskey always on hand,
Also will keep in stock a full line of thi
lower grade of goods, together witli
Imported Wines, Brandies. Gins, and all
other goods usual to a first class house,
which will be sold at the lowest prices,
In connection with the bar I run
full supply of family groceries and pro.
C. & E. L. KERRISON
80 and s2 HASEL STREET.
CHARLESTON, : : : S. C.
Fanley Dry Goods,
" MIGNON "
3 Button Kid Gloves, $1.00 per Pair.
Preparatory to purchasing Spring
Goods, we have recently muade soime
large reductions in the prices of
Cash orders, amounting to $10.00 01
over, will be delivered in the counltry
free of charge.
All orders promptly aittended to.
IC. & E. L. KERRISON,
4 8-n-l CHsA RLESTON. S. C
148 MAIN STR
To meet the demand of those it
Holiday lothing, I
I have determined to place at t
Of every description at unpreci
My stock comprises the latest novel
Gents' Prince All
in fine Broad Cloth, Diagonal, C
zuit to $35. All shades and styles
From $10 upward. Cassimere Suit
Suits, Ciildrens' Suits in endless v
MV large assortment of Single
sacrifice. My stock of
Cannot be surpassed In the State
Cannot be excelled at give-aw.
Celuloid Cuffs and Cc
11 TCAPHES, JEWE
Will be sold strictly at manuf.
to our city and buy their supply, a
goods on C. 0. D.. with privilege f<
the same. Send for catalogue and
148 Main Street,
Wilton Velvets, Body Brusseh
Carpetings, at New York prices.
ART AND SMYRNA SQU.
MARBLE FRONT JEV
(R. N. Richbourg, Successor to WV'
Diamonds, Silverware, Plated1
Clocks, .Jardinieres, the Choicest G
-for Wedding Presents anid home us<
and Winter styles in Jewelry are e'
A Solid Silver Hunting Case A:
I have added to my jewelry
will be found the celebrated Steinw
I have. the sole control in this Stal
styles. Wilcox & White, and Shoni
Brass Instruments, Sheet Music an<
logue and prices, and be sure and w~
S. C., before purchasing elsewhe
therefore offer you lower prices tha
At the Sign of the Go]
Corner of P1
Farmers, Mechanics, Builders a
ware, Pure Linseed Oil, White Le
Harness at rock bottom prices, by g
---T HE L1
'EET, COLUMBIA, S. C.
1 want of
-ats & Gents' Furnishing
he disposal of my trade
-dentedly low prices in order to meet the times.
)ert Suits for Weddings
orkscrew, Satin Lined, or without, from $5 a
)f Corkscrew and Diagonal
of all grades and prices. Youths' Suits, Boys'
Pants for Men, Youths and Boys are sold at a
for style, quality and low price. My immense
Ly prices. I have on hand a large stock of
>11ars at reduced prices. My stock of
RY AND SILVERWARE
icturers prices, and it will pay anyone to come
nid go away with happy bargains. I will send
r the purchaser to examine before paying for
-- Columbia, S. C.
,Super Ingrains, Cotton Chains and Hemp
WVe show the finest line of
A.RES, FELT AND LINEN CRUMB
rA AND TAPESTRY RUGS,
D SCRIM CURTAINS
displayed in this city.
Columbia Hotel Block, Columbia, S. C.
fELRY AND MUSIC PARLOR,
:T, COLUMBiA, S. C.
n. Glaze, Jeweler, Watchmaker & Silversmith.)
vare, Bronzes, Gold Watches, Silver Watches,
'ems, Precious Stones, and every article made
a to please the most fastidious. The new Fall
egant beyond description.
mericain w'atch for only $10.00.
estabishment a music department, in which
iy, Upright, Grand and Square Pianos, of which
te, also Fischer, Grovenstein and Fuller in all
nger Organs of every description. Stringed and
I Musical Findings. Send for descriptive cata
rite to R. N. Richbourg, Main Street, Columbia,
re. I buy my instruments outright and can
n those who have them on consignment.
E AND RETAIL,
den Anville, on Main Street,
an, Columbia, 8. C.
nd Housekeepers can buy any article of Hard
ad, Paints, Glass, &c., also Buggies, Carriages,
oing in person or ordering from
COLUMBIA, S. C.
AT THIE HEAD I
Wrthi Cmpany isnow introdcing.oo
IWITHOUT A PEERs
NO RIVAL The nwlne 4ttcment that
are now b a wpIacedwitheac"DomesU
p Tes Atacmes nd the New Woodwos
queston, TE ACKNOWLEDGED STAND
FOR SALE BY
PROSPERITY, S. C.
Columbia & Greenville tailread
COLUMBIA. S. C., July 19 1885.
On and after Sunday. July 19, 1885, the
PASSENGER TRAINS will run as herewith in
dicated upon this road and its brancheQ
Daily, except Sundays.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave S. C. Junction 10.20 a m
" Columbia, C. G. Depot 10.15 a m
Arrive Alton, 1.45am
6Newberry, - --12.48 P m
" Ninety-Six, D 2.03 p M
" Hodges, 3.05 p m
" Belton, 4 - - - 5 35m
Arrive C-eenvilk. - 5
No. 52. DOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Gre-nville, - - , - 9.45 a M
Arrive Belton, - 11.03 a m
" Hodges . . 1217 p m
" Ninety-gix, D - - - 1.10 p m
" Newberry, - . 02 - n.2p
" Alston, 4.05 p m
Arrive Columbia, C. A G. Depot - 5.15 p m
Arrive S. C. Junction. . . . . . 5.30 p m
SPARTANURG, UNION & COLUMnIA RAILROAD.
No. 53. UP PASSENGER.
Leave Alston, - - - - 11.50 p In
Arrive Strother, - . - - 12.37 p In
" Shelton, - . . - 1.08 p m
" Santuc , . - - 1.50 p m
" Union,'D . . m- 2.37pm
" Jonesville, - - 3.31 p In
Arrive Spartanbnrg, S. U. & C. D. 4.40 p I
R. & D.D. . 4.50 p In
No.52. IFOWN PASSENGER.
Leave Spartanburg, R. & D. Dept, H 11 05 a m
" Spartanburg, S. U.& C. Depot,G 11.25 a m
Arrive Jonesville, . - - 12.31 p In
" Union. D . . . 1.12 p m
Santuc, - - - 1-n9pm
Shelton, . . . 238pm
Strother, - - - 3.09 p In
Arrive at Alston, - - 3 56 p m
BLU7 RIDGE RAILROAD AND ANDEBsON
Leave Belton 4.15 p m
Arrive Anderson - 4.47 p m
. Pendleton 5.25 p m
Leave Seneca S 6.10 p In
Arrive Walhalla 6.33 p m
Leave Walhalla, - . 8.30 a m
Arrivo Seneca C, - - 0a m
" Pendleton, - . 938 a In
" Anderson, - . 10.22 a m
Arrive at Belton. . . 10.67 a m
LeaveNewberry, - . - 3.25p m
Arrive Laurens C. H.. . - 6.3P pm
Leave Laurens C. H., - - 8,00 a In
Arrive Newberry. - - 1-0am
Leave Hodges, - - - a 8.30 p In
Arrive at Abbeville. - - - 4.30 p m
Leave Abbeville, - - - - 10.45 a m
Arrive at Hoges, - - - 11.45 m
Close connection is now mado at Seneca
with R. & D. R. R. for Atlanta and beyond.
A. With South Carolina Railroad from Char
With Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Wilmington and all
aointe North thereof.
Wit Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad from Charlotte and all points
B. With Asheville & Spartanburg Rail Road
for points in Western North Carolina.
C. With A. & C. Div. R. & D. E. R., from all
noints South and West.
D. Wih A.& C.Div., E. & D. R. E., from At
lanta and beyond.
. With A. & C. Div., R. & D. R. ., from all
ints South and West.
F. With South Carolina Railroad for Charles
With Wilmington Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Wilmington and the Nortb.
With Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad for Charlotte and the North.
G. With Asheville & Spartanberg Railroad
H. With A.& C. Div., . & D. R. R., from
Charlotte and be3oud.
G. E. TALCOT, Superintendent.
D CanwNtt. Ass't General Passenger Agt.,
Columbia, S. C.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE.
Wilmington, N. C., Nov. 15, 1885.
Charleston and Columbia and
Upper South Carolina.
Lea:e Charleston, .. - 7.20 a m
" Lanes, - - - 8.34 a m
"Sumter, - - - 9.33 a m
Arrive Columbia, - - - 10.40 a m
" Winnsboro, - - 3.02 p m
" Chester, - - - 4.15 p mn
" Yorkville, --- 6.05 p mn
" Lancaster, - - 7.21 p m
" Rock Hill, - - 4.56p m
"Charlotte, N. C., - 6.05 p m
"Newberry, S. C., - 12.48 p m
"Greenwood, - - 2.42 p m
" Laurens, - - 6.30 p in
" Anderson, - - 4.47 p m
"Greenville, - - 5.35 p mn
" Walhalla, - - 6.33p m
" Abbeville, . - 4.30 p m
" Spartanburg, - 4.40 p m
" Hendesnvile, N. C., 5.35 p in
Leave Hendersonville, N. C., 7.00 a mn
"Spartanburg, - - 11.05 a mn
" Abbeville, - - 10 45a m
" Walhalla, - - 8.30 a m
" Greenville, - - 9.45 a m
" Anderson, - - 10.22 a m
" Laurens, . - 8.00 a m
"Greenwood, - - 12.44 p in
" Newberry, - - 3.02 p m
"Charlotte, N. C., - 12.50 p in
" Rock Hill, - - 1.56 p m
" Lancaster, - - 7.0u0 a m
" Yorkville, - - 12.10 p in
" Chester, - - 2.42 p in
" Winnsboro, 3 .48 p in
" Columbia, 6 .27 p,m
Arrive Sumter, - - . 6.42 p mn
" Lanes, - - - 7.45 p mn
"Charleston, . - 9.10 p m
Solid Trains between Charleston and
Special Buffet Cars attached to this
train. No extra charge for seat in these
cars to passengers holding First Class
J. F. DIvINE,
T. Mi. EMERSON,
General Passenger Agent.
B. J. RAMAGE & SON
In one of~ the new store rooms of Crotwell &
McC.agbrin, a FRESH LINE OF DESIRABLE
GOODS, consisting of among other articles:
Choice brands of Bleached Goods, Drilling.
hiring, Cottonades, 10* Sheeting, a nice
Muslin Lonsdale Camnbrics, Lawns, Nainsook,
Linen 'fable Cloths, Towels and Napkins, La
dies' rid Gents' Shoes, Brogans. Please call
and examine. 5-28-1r.
CHOICE FAMILY BROCERIES
LAlN TATION SUPPLIES
We have now in store, Ferris' Hams and
Breakfast Stripe, C. C. C. Tennessee Has,
Smoked Beef Hams and Ox Tongues, Bacon,
Lard and N. 0. Molasses, Java, Lagnyra and
Rio Coffees, Finest Green and Oolong Teas,
Sugars of' different brands,.Kirk's Laundry
Soap and other brands. Also, a nie liue ol
Graniteware, Ewers, and Basins, etc., Glass
ware Pitchers, Goblets, Jelly Tumblers, nicc
articles. B. J- BAXAGE & SON,
528y. Newberry, S. C.
THOMAS .B. LEE,
Civil and Mechanical Engineer, Poste
ffie Box 336, Columbia, S. C. Surveye
and estimates made for railway lines.
Plans, estimates and ? ns fur
nied for all engines sjdrchitee.
total structures. Reportsanalplanls for
public water supplies, sewetag, aex
power and hydraulic w .Oa
W H. HUNT J. 1
Attorney and 'rl~t, Z.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Owiee on Law range G.ver OB
of Johnstone and crolner.
Will practice in all the Courts -O h
State, and will give strict attention
to all business entrstrd to him
Bill cap, narrow and wide, Foolsa
Legal cap and Letter papers, 20 centa
Note paper 10 and 15 cents per qmre
Box paper and envelopes at lowes
And many othr articles at cost.
Call, see and be convinced.
HERALD BOOK STORE
Til.y GOING SouTH. -
DAm) July 12th. 1885. DaI1.
Lv. Wiminin............20P. X.10 10:P.
Lv. L.Waccamaw......... -.42 " 1117 *
Lv. Mari(o..... - .......--- -- - 3r, 12 A
Arrive FlOrecc...........22" 13612:
" Somer.--. --------.434A. I. ~4 -K
Columbia......... 40 6 a
TRAINS GO!NG NORTH.
Lv. Columbia ............... . 955
Arrive SuMtO'r.........-- 115
Leave Florence......... 4 30 P I. 57
Lv. Marion..............-514 " .5_
Lv. L. Waccamaw ......... 714 " 7
Ar. Wilmington........833 " 967
Train No. 43 stoys at all Stations.
Nos. 48 and 44 sto only at
Whiteville, Lake waccamaw, Fairf
Nichols, Marion, Pee Dee, Florence,
ville, Lynchburg, Mayesville, Sumter,
field, Camden Junction and Eastover.
Passengers for Columbia and aH
C. & G. it., C , C. & A. R. R. S
Junction, and all points beyond,
No. 48 Night vxpress.
separat Pullman Sleepers for
and for Augusta on train 48.
Passengers on 40 can take 48 train
rence for Columbia, Augusta a4:.
points via Columbia.
All trains run solid between
JOHN F. DIV1
T. M. EMEESON, Gen'l Passtgt.,
South Carolina RaHway
(MME1<CING SUNDAY NO.
%J 6.05 A. M., Passenger
TO AND FROM C ARLTOI.
Depart Columbia at.....7.30 a M
Due Charleston..--..2J8 In
Depart Charleston...-.... 7.am
Due Columbtia.........10.40 am
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
EAST (DAILY EXCEPT SUND"Y.)
Depart Columbia. V0 am. LA5pm -
Due Camden....21.47 p m. 7.2 p,m..
WEST (DAILY EXCEx SUDY.
Depart Camden....6.50 a.m 6.5 am
Due Columbia.....9.15 a m 10.40 aS .
TO AND FROMAUGUS'A.
EAST (DAILY.) -
WEST (DAILY.) -
Made atoolumbiawith Columbia
vUleRaiBoadby train arriving as
and deparitingsat 3.P. 3L Al
junction with Chrlotte, CoubI
gusta Rail Road by same train to
all points on both roads.
Passengers by these trains take
At Chrlestonwit SteamZesAflor N
and on Tuesdays and Fridays\ut
for Jacksonville and pitao eth ~
River;also with Chareston and
Rairoad to and from Savay
points in Florida.
At Augsawith -eriaa
Rairoads to and from alloint
South. At Blackille to ad
Barnwell Railroad. -hop~
purchased to all points Suhand
JOHNl. EK, ers.
D.C. ALLEN, G,en. Pasa and
ase; by is use thousads4C
worst kind and of long anmding
cured. Indeed, so
'fficency, that I will
FEE, together with a VLA~
TISE on this disease to an
express and P. 0. address.
DE. T. A.8SLOCUM, 181 PeariSt.
years. Treated by most of
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himself In three months, and
hundreds ofothersby same prees
simple and successful home
dress T. S. PAGE. 128 East 26th86
I CURE FI'IW
When Isay cure.I do not mean
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Becase others have failedds
not new receiving a cure. Send
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you. DR. H. G. E00T, 183 PeazL6,
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