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A. C. JONE.) .
NEWBE RRY, S. C.
EDTNEKDA Y. MA R CH :7. 8
N.K'Al PY 121ll"'PLD &NEMS
EVIY'f W ED NE7%DA Y
ONE TEAR. - - .
SJ]X MONTHP-. - -LO
A. C. JONES. Proprietor.
THE FARMER.S' (ONVENTlON
The calJ for a cQventi.on of farm
ers Cas Teen issud. Ve publish
elewhere inthis pap-er the opio2ns
.o0iom of <ur farmers on this sub
eet. We La hoped to eCXten:d our
te-rview furtuer. but had onlv an
porurjity of s-eing a few Who came
to town w Zthin t laS few days.
Some wih whomz we talked ~objected
po n - pub;nCit to their Views.
b our iLuirie among the
fariners we do0 o believe much con
rgoingx tOobe given th tter
at a I it sem . to be the opinion of
neary- al tat no count convention
wil: be called. nd. therefore, no
C ounty ce eates sei e the State
ZC!vention. We kno f only one
frers J'.2 Un thle county, and that
f te ..alapa cub. and we are in
e at this club will end a del
trg of the farmners to organ
:ze no one can question. and if the
ganization is for the purpose of
etterin their conitapart from
meddling with yties, it can no
doubt be so nanaged as to benefi
the farmer. But we fear no good
wl.;e QeriveI from it by tie farm
ers. as :t is most certain to result in
Spolitical orga.ization. and to be
mnieuated by politicians who are
se,ekng pre:Qrme.. bnd nope to ride
into power on te backs of the poor
farmer. There is no use for a farm
ers'rgaization for olitical pur
poe T :a-ers haVe a majority
S of t.e VC4 a:. now control the
eleetio:2. a? d: is fc-. . vea majority
in the Legislatre n.ow. andi hare had
bete:n upon so:ne one else?
S isa politicai mrcae it must
a a ury :7 e state. and of
corse m.oury to the farmers. If th-e
c.onvention is to consider matters
pertarning to the farm-Low to im
roetheir lands, and to grive an.
terchange of views jni- eriments
~~par from politics, it
S will 'be of benefit to the farmers.
B3ut what iegislation does the farmer
coplain of ? His great trouble is
short erops and the low orice of cot-i
ton. and afl the conventions that can
Sbe ea3ledl will not help one of these.
We do not believe the convention
will result in anivgood to the farmer.
but we shl -se
S A XETrEIAN IN THE SERVICE.
ot. Lipsc.omb has served the
ople of Newberry~ County to the
AIutmnost of his abihitv and ezOerience
,. - . . e
Sfrom the time he entered his majoritv
Sup to the present time. as chairman
of the delegation in the Lezislature in
1-%3; four years' service in the war;
taki ng his p:tion in the ranks of the
farmers of Newberry- County imnme
diateyv after the surrender, working
'hthem for the restoration and re-e
~demption of every interest o1 the
people andi whether defea:ed or sue- e
eesful i i enorts for them were one
anda the sa:me. iIe has always or>
posed any oranization that Las for
ts object the advancement of oneI
e. ass to the ir yury of another, and we a
Lin it does him great i njustice to g
ee:non a level witu those who
hae sprung up like mnushrooms with.;
in the last few months.
A REV-IVED r-.DITION OF MceLANE:
cs,r-,. iB. R. i llman 'a H.
sidousy t detro the confjdence
wh'b eists betwee se-ot, e of eerv
eus:a:: t.:ssttear. n the eyes.,
E.arevived' edition of McL ane'
in p quarte r we taeoe 'io tosaI
a th:e Observerds notrJ a uew ra
- ate club . with-niaer undertke
i .i The Obdeve tand on tevrs
r ert..c,fr puh erpc.~
b A te ...ze tae ne otinue to endlr
ue usner . thet waret wal ei
askew n' ou sriers, ndermtae 1
to e 4E.L)any pei-ialpin.wi- isawolo
a'v~~eaavar'tagew0de aeveronh ty
eduiserveri wse twoidllae arom
toar wi', perent of ularher tpries jo
the osdamek t read co-danu t sdb
free oial ou itsu:erites ath gre50at
sothr, with r tuhes Caretnpek
ly NesaI ore.adcamta
We don't know that the fa-mers
ewberrr Comnt wil ond to
of Mr. Tillan and others. bt
bey conte:nplate doiejng so :t migL
ie well to decide before eectig del
2Tter to what ertent t:aev can e:
orse te tMances of te l
>Wnte d eader of tte : ne:ent. D)
,Ieve tLeve that o l e t i..- pr:
1e do untors ar e:
f]owi-u :inyg and roba ute Dl? i :
heve that r e k!t s r
here is no doub that this is M:
rilmn'sn object. sad we dnon' eLle
ue fers of Nrry Cost wi
>uro "amni *vat e D::At
A SAFE C.A L(ULATION
-Jk making sour calculations :
.,av debts next ii. alkow th:ree acre
o a fie bundred ca'cuabaee of w
n. and count the :-e a: * Q een
mhat is about the way it w ev>
T. ere is a reat a ( o: on :
.e abovIe. It is about t e exrer
ance of tW'-tnirds or three-fourth.s
Jur farmers that the wid p s o
mse bale to three acres. I a ver
assy matter to take p-enci and pai
And caicuate what a nce hnL o t l
'd how much monev is to be mad
raising cotton, but it rarely ev~
Turns out as well a it looks on p:
er. It is we. however. for us to L
,ways hopeful and look on ib
>right side. But in gm vng liens an:
Ieperding on what we are to mnak
is best to be on the safe sc.
The editor of the Colu:bia Reh t
:er desires to make a lst of bo
?or the average man 0f our day
ead, and in order to aid him. he call
2ponl the p.residents and professors
ali our colleges and the r1neiras 'e
schools, and the general p)ublic t
niye him a list of seven books wide
bev consider the best and their ret
ions conciselv stated. A gooI idel
)ut in the great number of books an
:he variety of tastes. be win scare
-eceive two lists alike.
DON'T BELIEVE HI.
When vou Lear a man declare the
1he doctors, lawyers. mechanies. ne:
, ants. bankers. dentists. ::er
eachers. editors. preaebers. in fac
hat all of his neigh bors. excep.t thos
angaged in farming. are robbers an
~nemies of the people don't behier
dom. If vou wil take the to
equire about huim it is a09
>robabie that you wiiij d him tL
neanest man in tiDutv.
For 2s aI.:nu ;Srw .
Eow to Improve Our Publi
I. EDITroa: The coandi'o: of th.
mub2ic roais of a couutre mark- the en
Lzaion of the people)1. For vr
'ear-. he,w to imnprvve the publi: road
as been dis':u-.ed. but i-se:
-atca wa La- been ugg-e.a
re still run in the o>d ruv W ive
nage of improemen. N waday
early everthig is do:ue by man' e:
is claimned "The Sauborne- Ra ':.
hie nmkng an me -i.gra
riii do :hue work of sevexair-nv: men: a :
1:i better than it can possibly b-: Co:
ri:: h?and impeents. leaving :h: ror.
lear and smnooth andi re-ady for trave:
'his mabine is operated by two me
rith four horse-.
Two of these: machines could nut th
rnadh of the county in perec ordera
eejp them -o. They can be hi- 1"w:
ere for $150 ea(:b. :otali 8'3 Eig'h
or-es or mules at 8159J '-aeb, woud
.200. For good mn to opera:e th
a tak. charge and muanage the~ whole
1.000Y.. Feed for eight munles. e325 :a:i
,09/. Total. 4430 There are uLbou
*f,00 road workers. and one dollar ezch.
.1 have been moved to make the ab,:.,
ge-tions as I f~ei that they are emi.
entily praticabie. and wil re-u.:t ::
rat and lasting be:.enit.
E noree Pian:atioa. s. C., Shrebh 1:2.
Lipscornb on the Negro.
COLCXm~a. 5. C.. Miarch .- p
t-day. your corre:-pio:de' asedL
ews> on is ::egro a '- 1,0aborer. H
1 do :not thikte n la'.'r y .
at w:ll suit or d.:v-o th.eut.
:ll ever b.: ei-v-'ve by. : rough o:
xt.i canxL. s'. 1. utr 1r2m -" *,
ang". A rar:e not -uscptib of 'in
rt. Out that nust b:cnrUda
a2ipula.:d bL -(ome '}ibar ra. a
it formn a hea.,thy fa.ct/.r tedv.
.:uent of a country. I thiougt ha
elevatA: and impL~rove the race a
vhe the piroblem uandf secur- the oun' a.
efare of the negro and th.: ou:r,
hav~e been? mos,t rei ueta:l' forced n.
alize that thi+ i an ut:er failur.
th a very few individual exceptin-.
d that oJ the contrary the' 'fIleets hav'.
en irJiurious to the negroes inz thn
gregate and ruinous to the country.
ye no assured policy to .-:ggest at 10
e future, except that we continue th-.
ost ,tr'eniuou efforts to make the4 best
the peculiar enforced condition now
itarit. and so do and manage asw wi
st rightfully pro~mote and eteure th
ture welfare and happiness of our
opie and country."
Col. Lipscomib has~ beet: a farmer al
Slife-. and has had ezxtenIsive Cep
anee with negro labor. Hle is 3aeter
the State Grange. and in that capac.
ha- given the labor question mur:b
Cor. Aupsta Chroc,ade.
he Throat and Lungs are -ensitive organ-.
d if' di,-ased shotid noct be :re:toi
ige& Lung Cor'dial i, a valabile remu':dy
-all puimonary troubles. it ;;ves 'S>eedJy
d perma~nent relief. L'ruggit keep it.
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Pe-''n- c-dung for tae~e1ettem W]:: pk-ase
say :hat the;- w'-re adv'-rti-t-I.
4 ?. UEZBEIILP.3.LJ
iEIV GOODS Al
TY LE AND' L1 PRICES f- exc
~ ns-e. R er t.he elaSS of zoods
- n Ge 'o es. Our line
ee as C L 0 T.
ICrab Orchard Wah
ne su.0e :% a n FUw-led Packages.
CRAB ORCHARD WATER CO.. Prop'rs.
H M"0 S A CEI
SILVER PLATED WARE,
Pocket and Table Cutlery,
Waich Reparing a Specialty.
Newberry. S. C. 1-13-tf
:(:. BART & CO.,
CHA FLESTON. S. C.
The larZest importers of Fruit in the
S,uth. Oftr for -.-e a well selected
B !SANA;. CoCOANUTS.
L EMO'SS. -NT5.
DEIED FIGS. EV.ISINS,
0-NION5 AND PEANUTS,
And very.in1g ii-- t hat a First Class
Whoii-:de Fruit H ;use should hare.
Cou 0:- I or,zer- ied w'th diQpateh
Nowi the tim oeonom'ea huver
to s. en;re b.r.;ai.s at rhe Emporium of
Fshioin. in~ Over Coat s. Suits and P.wts
fr M.qn. Tou:hs and Ioy-. 1ari :g de
.ejdeld t. elo-r 'ut thi - bai:ance oft my'
f :1 and winter steek at redlue - pri-:es
in ers-feren.:e to, carrin:t them tver un
tu next seawon. as I desire to make room
ir my New Spring S:oek. Rhee.nbar
mv line of Sui:- are cut. nude and
trrimmed egnal t oany cutlSOmf mtade work
and wid g:a rantee a perfect fit. Cevr
garment being warranted as represent
ed. Mv well selected stock of Bov's Clo
th sincluded in this list of Bargains
I am now otTerit.g. There is hardly a
ge-ni but what needs a lair of
pants at this time of the season and they
wold cons'lt their own interests by
ealli.g a:d seeing this beautiful line of
pantns at pries for less than ha!f of the
ot f hiaving a paiir m:ade. Everything
in this -toek of Ctorhing n ill be sold at
tzese B:argain pi ie+. Now if there is
aus thing you need in thi- line thi.: is
yur (oportu;nity to seenre them at a
much ies.s pri-e than yon would be able
to dco in the s.-%on. Call anid lea'-n the
piees that are moving these good:s from
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:-.2-:f.Colunmbim. S. C.
All prsonls indebted to' S. F. Fan: by
uote or alc<Xount will plh-ase settle the
sane with H. IH. B:ease. Trial Justice.
at nve. as the sanm are left with him
E r collectionl. 2-17-:f
.Landownter; and lessees of lands are
Lrrebv notified to remove from the run
inz rtreams (f walter upon their lands
till frb :re-5. ra!:=. a:nd timber during
the mo:h of (. )arch, as required by
Bi. order of Cou nty Conmmissiners.
JA S. K. P. GOGGAYW'
:.y-U-t. . Clerk.
Notice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge.
I wIi ma:ke a s-ttlemtent on the estate
Jf J:amc-S B. Wilson. deciease-d. in the
~robat.- Court f->r Newberry County,:
outh Carolina. onl Mowt;iar the 22d dlar
f 3Iarch. l $Sl. and i;mmediatuly. the re-I
~fter apply for a linmal discharge asexce
nor of the will (.f -aid deceased.
Voice of Finial Settleme~nt an d
I w i :sk.- a settlement ont the e-tate
i Sa,an F. Girardeau. deceas-ed, in the
~robate (Gourt for Newberry County. S.
.on the 12th of April. 18SfG. All per
onis having demands against said estate
re hereby notitied to present themn duly
ttested to the undersigned on or befo're
ht tim'o, as on that day I will apply for
final discharge as admini-trator of said
state. ~ELIJAH P. LAKE.
I LOW FCF&1
D, wbb,for NEW AND O"BY
Sanrthinz beret ifore ofered in this
we banmi e.-Strouse & Bro's Fine
e Custom Shoes for Gents: Zr-LM
oM SLoes for Ladies; the celebrated
f Neck Wear is superb. Come to
TID & SmITi-L
berrv C otbiers. Newberry. S.'C.
A M.mdv 10-T! Di9mreF Of the XJVmr'e
neys. mm and ewem. a o
cge for Dympep.Si U
FU ...rpZian. I)ose.<meto twoieuMP.n*rd.
FRESH FISH IND O1STERS
A "vnz~verv a7 1- PN:"reii: a:
HALLMTI ICE IO[SI0
Ordf ni:d for :mes
aT ;:ere : Of he c6tv
fre-e of ch-:rzc-.
Also on hand. and sld at r,azonable
prie. either by he ton or brre]
We will alho keep on hand a
To supply the town a':d the _urround
W. H. HUNT. Agt.
Ne-wherry. S. C.
COLUMBIA MICHINE SHOPS.
'YEAR UNION- DEPOT. COLrMBLL S. C.
Tozer & Dial. mannfact urers of Fionr
and Grist iMills. Saw Mills and all kinds
of foundT wcwrk in Iron and Brasi.
Agricultmral and Stationary Steam En
gines. Repairs of all kinds promptly
made. EstimaTes and bids will be made
for anm work in our 'ine on appl;eation.
First class work and fair price-.
A. 1. DIA.
Execurrix of Geo. L. DiaL Surrivor of
Tozer & DiaL
TEOS. B. LEE.
OFFICE BOARD OF HEALTH.
NEWBERRYI. March 2.1C.
BT order of -;he Board of Heahh all
persons having in their possession or
under their control any lnd lying npon
either tie North or South branch of
Seatt's Cree' and tribmaries thereto
within the corporate limits of the city.
are berebt no-,!Led to clean out all
ditches and drains upon the same. and
have the same tboror-hly dined by
0th Ap:ii prox.
Also. all lot owners or essees of Same
are hereby notified to have their premni
SeS cleanfed uip and drained by April
15th pdrox. Br order of the Board.
JOHN S. FAITR.
At their nrxt regular mesting. April
GI h. the Board of County Commi-sioners
will receive sealed bids for erectinz a
briek wall around the jaiL. Fu-ther ~n
formation can be hi fromi te Con :r'y
Commnissiners or their cl-rk.
J. K. P. GOGGAN'S.
Twmbe REE mwani spe--~ sn ---
1.w. anl vacde a TEGErTAEI
ame EULErzs,ac u.
= an. eaaao Nak sad en S e- I.
D. N. FERRY & CO.. Detroit. Nlemga.
STATE OF SOLUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRT-IN
R'ehard S. Whaley- et al. vs-. Laura A.
Whaley et al.
The credito-s of the es:ate of Ann
Whaley, deceased. are hereby regnired
to render to the Master and establish on
oath their respective demands. within
sixty day-s from the date hereof. or they
ilbethereafter prec] .de-d.
SILAS JOHNSTONE. Mas:e-r.
Master's Omee 24th February. 188I.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBElRT-IN
J. T. McFall. admuini-t r.to-. etc.. of
Geo. Felt man vs. Geo W. Feltmzan
and Anne Beam. defenidants.
Call for cre litors of late George Felt
man to render in demn:mnd br 1st
The creditor- of :he- e-t.Ate of the late
George Feitm.:n. deceased. are hereby
required to render before the Master
and establish on oath their respe-e:ive
demands, on or before the :irst day of
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Masters Oiiee, 24th Feibru:r-, 1S86.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
By Jacob B. Fellers. Probate Juzi'.
WHEREAS. Jnumes Y. McFall. a- C C.
P.. hath made suit to me to graat: him
Letters of Adlministration of the demiset
esta'te andI effects of Willi-im HI. R-df.
Tht.se are. therefore-.. to ;.i:* :a:id ad
moni.h ail and singular the k;nzdre-dan
creditors of the siid WijjamIU.R,
deceased. ti1-5 le a
fore we. ini the C ourt of Pro~bate. to be
held at Newb--).rry courz H'zn-. on the
31st dat- of March ner.aft.-r publi
ation huereof. at 11 t-ek--k in the fore
noon. to s-hew eau1e. if envt ther- have.
why the said Adlminuistration aboutld not
Given under my Hand thi, 1-th ina
of February Anno Domtini ;S8-o.
J. B FELLER.J;.Pr.N. C.
a AME FENETRATi E.
"\p1osives. is a co:r
' k ~ pound.whichu. f put in
th t:pand set fr
ROOTS AND ALL
CREEN OR DRY.
Send S1.00 for enough
PAnenraie to buirn1
or money chee'uyr re
fundled. Send forailas
trated circuitsr. 4c.
S Agents War.ied.1
F. E. Pross &. Co.1
Loeck Box D
NewCaGal,O i i