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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1886. U~SPAPERP F&*&cl esai AdveUftBe(2SqmoeSU6) whereadotWf C m noe P mbo Ma" zw isl INEW X6j_Q Chrch~ Notices. BAPTIST-Rev. C. P. Scott, pa-tor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m., next Sunday. Sunday school at -3:30 p. m., Mr. J. B. Carwile, Super intendent. Prayer meeting Wedsday at 8 p. m. LuTHERAN-Rer. A. B. McMackin. pastor. Preaching next Sunday by the pastor, at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school at 3:30 p. m., Mr. Geo. B. Cromer. Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wed nesday at 8 p. m. METHoDIsT-Rev. H. F. Chrietzberg. pastor. Preaching by the pastor at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., next Sunday. Sunday school at 4 p. m., Mr. John W. Chapman, Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. in. A. R. PRESBYTERIAN-ReV. E. P. McClintock, pastor. Preaching by the pastor next Sunday at 11 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., Mr. M1. A. Carlisle, Superintendent. Prayer meeting Wed nesday at 8 p. in. Missionary Society Wednesday at 3 p. m., Mrs. C. Mower, President. W. C. T. U. Tties day at 3:30 p. m., Mrs. C. Mower, Presi dent. EPISCOPAL-Rev. W. H. Hanckel, rector. Service by the rector every third Sunday at 11 a. in. and 4:30 p. in. Lay reading by Mr. N. B. Mazyck at 11 a.m. PRESBYTERIAN--No pastor at presen t. Sunday school at 3:30 p. m., Mr. W. E. Peilham, Superintendent. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. m. To Our Friends at Prosperity. Leave your orders for the HERALD AND NEws with Mr. Allen M. Wvse at the store of Wise Bros., who is our au thorized agent at that place. tf. Prosperity-A. M. Wyse. Mt. Tabor-L. C. Boland. Beth Eden-W. W. MeMorries. Utopia-Miss Mattie Boyd. Jalapa-W. C. Sligh. Longshore's-W. G. Peterson. Maybinton-B.-H. Mavbin. Jolly Street-Geo. Mills. Gibson's-B. F. McGraw. Pomaria-J. B. O'N. Holloway. Mrs. S. A. Riser & Co., at the store of L. P. W. Riser, on main street, are pre pared to do all kinds of millinery and mantua making with neatness and dis patch. They are now opening their new goods, and ask the ladies to call and examine their stock. .f31-tf. Boots and shoes low down at 3-10-tf. J. S. RUSSELL'S. For school books, stationery and school supplies go to Caston & Hunt's. 3-3 Old Iron, taken from the jail cells, as good as new, for sale cheap by 3-31-ti. J. S. RLUSSELL. Those who desire to plant the best field corn should try the Golden Dent Gourd Seed for sale at Robertson's Drug Store, opposite the Postoffice. 3-17-tf For blank books, pocket books or any kind of books call on Caston & Hent. Fresh Garden Seed and Onion Sets at 1-27-tf. J. S. RUSSELL'S. Buist's New Crop Garden Seeds for a .le cheap at Robertson's Drug Store, oposite the Postoffice. -16 No rent, no clerk hire enables me to .sell at bottom prices. 3-10-ti J. S. R USSELL. For general literature go to Caston & Hunt's. If they have not the book you wish they will get it for you in a few days at publishers prices. Garden Seed 2 Papers for 3c. The best seeds from Landreth at 21 ets. per paper; 12 lbs. coffee for $1.0"; 20 lbs. rice for $1.00. A fresh lot of family medicines, horse and cattle powders for sale at the city store of 3-10-ti. B. H. LOVEL ACE. Quinine, Compound Cathartic Pills and other Family Medicines at Have you read "Ben-Hur ?" If not you can buy it at Caston & Hunt's. If1 you want a book and are not in Newberry send order to Caston & Hunt. Just arrived, a barrel of fine encum ber pickles at B. H. Lovelace. 3-3-tf. Piano wanted. A good piano in tune is wanted for rent, apply at this office. '3-24-tf. Stationery, good, and at low pr-ce, at Chapman's. Fine Cabbage and Turnips just re ceived from N. Y., .by J. S. RUSSELL. -A new and beautiful stock of Lamps of all descriptions veiy cheap at Robert son's drug store, opposite the postoffice. 9-24--ti Embroidery Patterns, Stamiped, at Chapman's. 20 pounds rice for $1 at S3-10--ti J- S. RUSSELL'S. Fami]y Bibles at Chapman's. WHandsome Photo. and Autograph Al bums at Chapman's. 2-17-ti Pickles in barrels and bottles at 3-10-ti J- S. R USSELL's. Floss, Chenilles, Arasene, &c., at Chapman's. 2-17-ti ISchool Books at Chapman's. - A large supply of glass ware and crockery ware cheap at 3-10-i f J. S- R USSELL'S. IBuy your medicines at Pelhamn's drug store~and save money. 3-24--tf Have your prescriptions compoundedl at Pelham's and enjoy the satisfaction of ripe experience. 3-24-ti -~All the latest approved medicines con e stantly in stock. 3-24-ti SAgency for several large manufactur wing esta~blishmfents North and West. Call and inspect at Pelham's drug store. & Who Recommends Peiham's Pectoral? 1I use Pelham's Pectoral, C. H. Suber ; I use Pelbain's Pectoral, Silas John stone ; I use Pelham's Pectoral, T. F. Tarrant ; I use Pelhaml's Pectoral, Win. Johnson ; I use Pelham's Pectoral, Dr. MFall. Everybody uses Pelhamn's Pee h~toral and finds it the superior remedy Sfor Croup, Colds, Pneumonia, Bron chitis and all lung affections. Priee 2oc.. I had to comb back the hair from my fore head. and omit the parting to conceal my btaldnss. Since then Parker's Hair Balsam s made my hair as thick and giosy as eve.r. diswoehair isgetting thin wilfind the sam just spleiidi. Mary Swanon Cii iany sufering people drag themselves ,at with failing i.trength. feeling that they - tcaiyaking into the grave, when by a aker's Tonic they would find a cnre miiencing with the fis t dose, and vitality S -strength surely coming back to them. jNi -im V arious and all About. See notice of Capt. A. P. Pifer. See 11tice of Mr. Sidney Doiniek. Very 1:ttle prop.erty va d o.\-ni day. Tuesday. See notice of Capt. J. Y. \llaii. :,nI take heed. We have had plenty of rait an:! nl for the past few days. The fariners' convent o i over. What shall we have next? Mrs. L. W. Simkins. of Laurens, is visiting friends in Newberry. The county conimis,ioners have dtecid ed to repair the Court Ho-le. Mrs. Wardlaw has returned fronm a visit to Columbia and Charle- on. The mayor had several cases of drunk and disorderly on Tuesday morning. Senator Sligh and Representative Hardy were both in the city on 3londay. Mrs. Y. J. Pope, of Newberry, is vii ting Mrs. Jeter.- Union Thics, Ajnil 2. See report of the town council. The finances of the town are in good coudi tion. B. H. Cline comes out with some rich and raev news for those desiring to lir chase. Hon. James N. Lipse.mb, Sccretary of State, was in the city fro:m Saturday until Monday. Dr. W. E. Pelhan has gone on a vi-it to Asheville, N. C., to look nftrr his business interests. Of the 600 voters of the town. only :4 have registered; not more thtan one-third of these being negroes. The Messrs. Stapleton, who have been here during the winter btiyin cotton, have returned to New York. Capt. John F. Speck, of Yorkville, spent several days in town last week on his return from a Florida trip. We are ;,iad to know that the teach er's association on last Saturday wais such a success. See account in Teach er's Department. The down pas'senger train on the C. & G. R. R. was delayed several hours on last Saturday caused by an ac cident to the freight train near Hodges. We suppose the peoples' tickets posted on the boards on the street on last Thurs day, the day after the citizens' meeting, were meant as April Fool's. It was the 1st. Mr. Andrew Montgomery, who was recently married toa charming young belle of Sterling. Kansas, is expect ed home with his bride about the 12th of this month. Mr. J. 0. Meredith came up front Co lumbia last week and has been working in the interest of the C., N. and L. rail road in Newberrv during the week. le thinks lie will have no trouble in raising the money. Sale-day passed off quietly, with the exception of the farmers' convention. Only one tract of land was oGrered for sale. One-half interest in the place known as the tan yard lot was sold to Mr. Paul Johnstone for $940. The Opera House on last Saturday night was largely attended and the play was very good. It struck Newberrv at the right time. The beginning of the farmers' movemnent was i:icelyv inaug~u rated with "only a farmer's daughter." Athin of beauty is a ioy forever," adif you want to see a show window arranged with artistic taste and beauty stop as you pass the clothing emporium of Cloud & Smith. And if you want anything in the clothing line in the latest style and at the lowest prices go in and purchase. More Congressional Timber. The Anderson correspondent of1 the Augusta Chronicle has the following to say of the Congressional aspirants in' the uipper counties of our district: "We have several men spoken of as possible candidates for Congress in the Third district. It is understood that Hon. D. Wyatt Aiken, the piresent in cumbent, will not be a candidate for re election. We have heard the following names mentioned : From A bbeville, Mr. WV. C. Benet and Col. E. B Gary:; from Anderson, mIaj. B. F. Whiitner, and possibly two or three will be in the race from Oconee and Pickens. Ander son has not been the recip)ient of Con gressional honors for a good long while and we think it abont time she is comi ing in for her share. Mai. Whitner will, if chosen, do credit both to himself and his district." Newberry has not been the recipient of Congressional honors in a long while and wce think it is about time she was comning in for her share, No doubt the fight will be lively. The Columbia, Newberry and Lau:rens. Railroad. Captain Meredith has been putting in sonme good work here for the new road. in the past few days. The larger part of the required subscription has beeni made, and but for the fact that he has beens called to Newberry it is likely lie would have completed the list 1his week. There is no reasoin to doubt from the assurances given by a number of business men Chat the balance will be forthcoming whieu he returns next week.-CUolumbia Regis ter, Ap..ril 3. We are glad to note MIr. 3Ieredith's success in this work. If Columbia shows by her acts that she really want this road and means to do her part, it will give encouragement to other por tions of the line and the remainder of the subscription will be more easily raised. Let the good work go on. Mayor and Aidernien. At a meeting of citizens on last Wed nesday the following ticket was tnmi nated for mayor and aldermen for te ensuing year: For mayor, George B. Cromner. For aldermen, ward 1, W. W. Riser: ward 2, Ednard Schioltz; war(l 3, B. F. Goggaiis; ward 4, George M1cWhirter. Mr. W. II. Wallace was nomiated from ward 1. but declined to accept otn the ground that h:e hasalways advocated. that an editor should accept no office either of trust or profit, aiid in which position he is correct. Geii. Y. J. Pope was ehairmian of thie meeting and C. C. Chia-e ,eretary. A Call Extended. At a congregational meeting held in the Presbyterian Churcht on last Sunday, a unanimous call was extentded to Rev. R. M1. Dubose, of Fayetteville, Te ne. to become pastor of the church. Rev. M1r. Dubose was here some time ago and ptached acceptably for the conigrega tion on several occasions. MIr. Dubose is a native of South Carolina, and an able preacher, and a youtng man of only about 36 years. Meeting of Presbytery. The South Carolina Pre,bytery will meet in the Presbyterian Chiurci at this place on Friday of this week. Rev. M1r. Seabrook, of Wal-1 halla, the retiring moderator, will preach an introductory sermon on Friday night. The public is invited to attend all the services. The Presbytery includes the Counties of Newberry, Edgetield, Abbe-' ville, Anderson, Pickens and Ocoinee. Bucklen's Armecs Salve. The Best Sulve in the world for Cuts. Sores, Bruises. Ulcers, Salt Rtlwum. Fever Sores, Tet ter, Chapped Hands. Ch,itibiains, Corns. and all Skin Eruptionls, and positively cures. pile.. or no pay required. It is guaranteed t o give perfect satislaction, or money refnded. Price % cents per box. For sate by Dr .F 1anit 11 In mi:anve of the call im-ud in tQe p-:)es iS w a f .ConVeltIGl wv: hey; in the Court Iouse at hi. pla'e on a11 it 3ondTy. There was: lar;;e il::ce, tim uiiilr pre,en bei Cs! im:1ted at from 200 to -500 por SONA. Thl Court 1101e Was ihed will farmcrs anll eager and int.-r-t(d 5iecta to:-s. There seemed to be no specia requi.,ites necessary to Constitte om wlgib to membrhp but it wa. aOr ,-f fre and ea-y op.i. goo:! nature( 1 ting' (!verybodyleig allowed t' 1'artiipate. W n 'uppose. ow r tha only farenrn voted. We know that l< editors predent did not vote, aliougi (1- CO 110kno where Ilie line of d markati oNas drawn, if :t wvas drawn a all. A 1V :Yrale.1er ling wa.IS Ideas ant :ll harmonius and iniod or cliS was parti,:ularlypraised or abu-ed. 31r. -o 1% D.incan IIOVteld that Mr Jo'! R".. Spearman be callei to tle cbi; an 31r. J. C. Goggans be requested t< act as sretarv. The chaCrma calk.1 the IN'etiig to orde, :nd rvqiusted unmt gentleman t< explaill the0oj'ct of the Imeeting." Mr. B. 0. UnlDan said that at th<. request an' i Oehalf o the Jala farimners' club he had certain resolut ion: n hich i wouid offer. Tle mnain obijec of the mctig, as statvd in the cll w.is to consilir the question of electin) delegates to the State Coliveition wIiel is c:lled to mnect in Clmi.Sh1al the famiers of Newberry Couny b representeol in this met-ting in Coltmnbia: ThITe :r1e threCe special IOin;t' that thl convenition siioild con:-ider: 1st. A per imaniet and morv general organizatio of the agricultualit of the county. 2d To consider the subject of an agricultu ral college, with a farm attached. ."d I subject of agrieultuiral institutes il the counties. But the main object : the lectilg to-day is to decide On am elect delegates to the State conventioni Mr. Ducan thereupol oil'red the fol iowing resolutions, agr-ced upol by ti Jalapa club, and iloved their adoption Whereas a State Convention has beer called to meet in Colutubia oil the 20tl iist. to take ill:C consideration matter: pertaining to the agricultural interest: of our State; and whereas, we approv( of the main objects of that conveitioln a: set forth in the call, and in various let ters of Capt. B. R. Tillman, who, witl others, issued the call, therefore, De it resolved. As the sense of thii meeting. that the farmers of Ncwbeirir County ought to be represented in th State convention; that we procced to th( election of jive delegates as representa tives of our comit in said convimntion, together with five altornates. Mr. Duincan said ike )uppoed ther( was no ilecessit to read the call for . State convention. The chair said it Wi not recessary. i. Duncan Coiltinlling. said that there had been a great deal said pro and con in regard to Mr. Till mau's object, some claiming that thi( mllovellient was -4rottenl tup1 as antagonizing ther classes and interests. f I consid rd it SU111, h said, I woud have noth ing to do with it. That lie (deprccatet As llIeh, as any one Class legis tationl Ol' the ariaving of One claSi against anther. Llt this ILoveneIlt oi the farners was not to antagonize an3 other class or set of mnen. Uthier voca tions have their organizations and whiy not the farmers The iereliants havc their chamb:-s of comme-1rc, and the lawyers their liar iisoeiation, and tlI lanuacature'rs their' oirganizat ions; a I Di the~se nO:. to injLire aiiy others, but t improve theil5lves aind [heir vocaltion,i y'he interest of the fariir is tile iliterest of ever'y other calling, and whatevel impfrov'es ihm will impijrove andi( bentii ili others. If the fa numers are pro5peromi all others are pro0sper'ous. In othl States tihe farmers have their organiza. ions and institutes aiid ag'ricultural col leges. The 31ississippi agricultural col lge, notably, is doin.g a good work fo: the State, enrolling several hutndret students and being unaible to accomumo, date all who apply. Why should Souti Carol ina he behinld y he agr'icultura Learmienlt of the South Carolina coleg was a dead letter. As iltustiative of this when at sihort [ine ago a national enl wis miade to) have repIresentatives froii the States to mieet in Waishlington, nearly every Stalte was repre emedt but South CrolinaL. What, we want is a Stati agriculttural college, separate and( atpar from the South Carolina University. The resolutions were adopted. MIr. E. P. Chahn'rs said that as the rsolutions ha:d been adopted hie moi(veI that time chair aippoinlt a committee o: live to nominate live delegat es an(d livi alternlates to be elected( as declegaktes t< lie State conlveiutionl. MIr. Frank MIooin thiotighit that thier' oght to be more onl the committee. 11 was not giving~ the farnmrs a voice in th<4 election. MIr. J. T. Duncan said the gentleman was laboring utndler a miLtake; live dee gates Were to be chosen, and any mat had a right to propose)5 any natmie hie san proiper, and b)ring his niaiie before tin coiimtee. TIhe object of the commiiit tee was to dispatch btu-iness andi brinm somieting before tile mleetinlg. MIr. W. C. Sligh salid that the eal stte that eai'h county should be ein itledi to live dele'at--5. I' id any agtricuult tural society in t he cotuty to live, a111 each townipl club to oneC ill tile Stati covenitioin. MIr. Frank 310011 objected to a comn miittee of live or anyvbody else to say wh<i should he elected . - le wanited ever' man to have a vi ke. Time farmers alt ways sit still and have niothing to say :aidl the lirst inig weknow' w wCillhiavi a rli iler 011liSe. 3Mr. J1. T.. D uniani insisted that ever' maim should speak hiis SenitimenCit . We are here to work tuni:edhly to(gether. (Jinmtt about thlis tina mite proI[C i~)aced illgs so miaiiy amiethneniTits, resolumt:in motin ani iid subs)t itutes wereC i.fferet thatt tile (hair got kinder miixed, bult ii the endl everytiilig workedh (lit ha:rmo0 ntously andm ~in ordhemr, :and( ever.yb~od M[r. .J. 'I. jltIter hIVed as an alnendi ( mnt mto the1 miotOiln before the houtse thai te connnliit tee ap~pointed nominiat e hive peisonis as deleg:tes and live ais alter matt's, andl thait t he live re'ceiving' t ii hgheast nu tmbem' oft vo'te be5 thie de'l'gate: and1 the re'lmainting live allternalteS. Mir. .C. Wilson mitoved as a sutbstit ut< I O!lsilip to i'ep14l a noinOiiat ioll of dele gnate's and alternates to the houts:'. MIr. J. TI. Dunicani clai mied that 3ir WIilson's miot ion was intt ill or'der. fr the wvhole that the house prot'' d t theC electiotn of i'ettes. )Ir. J1. T.1. IIunter conten'de'd for hi Mi'. .J. C. Wi~sont sail that he~ wouh mnot insi,t upon)1 hiS mt!on. Hie onld idir'd to incereas' thet l:mniber' (f tim L'ountitte'e, and thlat they' be sc'atter'el more1"en allyi over' time counmty. Mm'. W\.YX.F1an'ir'moved to lay lie wh(li Mr. II WI. D omuiniiek a-ked for (rdir )ir. T. it Mtams mnov'id that aill thm resinutiins : an moiln, bef1ore thet ho(u1( be hlaiii the ihi'. 1.44; 311'. 1B. ( . Dutn':ma -aw mo he tion1 to 3ir. Wil-on' atini. Leit mm bers noiOilnate dlega:te- hior'e tilt COim tee retire and report noingIi't~ion. MIr. Frank M1oon htwi no objection ti the nunuber of delegati's to the Stat coventioni but to the plnl (of a fe, mieni cn a commili I''\ittee aig who tht; should be. Let each mail a say i the selection. 3Mr. Willis Abramus moved tha:t th house be resolved into a cnmmittee c th. whole and make nomuinationis ani elect delegates. r- E. P. Chalmers wanted the com mittee to imalke nonlinalons. N"IeuI we get the COMIlittee we Can1 proceed. 31r. Mon '- right, let every ian have a voe. 1;Uit if we do not wk in tiY ay we ma be kept here til tioorrow lnorl.ing. Mr. rak Moo,l: --If we d iv are at anydhing the t'Y: will b well spent. (Cheer-) At this junmeLure :-ever;i1 sugX'.lg i'fn, wrc made by a itiniwr of nhinber ilr. R T. . H nter nved thaz nvm inations he made. ard that each town ship bo limited to two nominationiz .md tha~ fromi these noniinations delegaite4 and atnates be selete!. nd that the 1t- rectiving Qhe hdist number of vote- be the delegate- anti Ihe five re Civing the next lighet be the alter na tes. Thji.- motion wa-:ad,)pted. Ir. J. T. 11unter moved that nmna tions be m:oh. by Iowni-hip-. 3Ir. Frank 3loon insisted on :-oing slow. Two much liatc doe not ahvays facilitate businesn. but may he made to furtier some man's privNv enis who Is b"hinld the Scenlei. Noin'tions wxere theii iade by town illps. From No. 1. D. 0. Duncan nomiatel Alan Johnistone and J. C. 'Wilizon .1 r. Wilson declined aid T. 31. Neel was SItbstitu t ed. FrOm No. 2. Jaz. 1. Fair nominaited A! bert J. Gibsuu, and S. S. Cunningham. . Cuninghami n decliiid and nomina ted J. L. Keitt in hi pialn'. J. C. S. Brown wanted to know if Mr. Keitt was from No. 2 oir No. 11. Several gentlemen answered No. 2. Mr. Keirt said nothing_.. From No. :1, IW. 3. Oxuer nominiated W. 1). liardv a!d J. T. D)ne:.. iomina ted WV. B. Oxner. 3r. Oxiier declined. From No. 4, B. 0. Dincan noininatei R. C. carl4ie. aiid W. C. Sligh .1oinai0:i ted W. C. Cromer. From No. 5. J. . Campbell iomina ted Thomp-on Counor and 31. 31. Buford. J. T. Dniican wanted to see noimina tions made by men in the townshipz. From -No. 6. D. S. Mangtn nomina ted John R. Spearman, Jr., and A. J. Longshore. From No. 7, Frank Moon noininated Julius Banks and J. N. Lipsemb. Mr. Lipscomb suggested A. K. Tribble in his place, but 3r. Tribble is not now a resi dent of No. 7. jos. Jenkins wz In suggested. From No. S., J. R. Davidson noinia ted J. C. Goggans and Frank Moon. From No. U, It. T. C. Hunter and N. R Leter were nominated. From -No. 10, Tom Wilson nominated D. II. 4r(1ts aid Jacob Epting. FroniNo. 11, T. W. Iollowayi nomi nated G. A. Setzler, and J. R. Leavell nominated T. V. Holloway. 11. I. Buford asked that the noinina tiois be read. B. 0. Dunc:in, fearing hnt there was a misunderstanding, moved that the live candidates receiving the highest number of votes be the Ielegiates, r-nd the live reCeiving the next higihe-t vote be alter niato.i, carriled. T. W. IIolloway, L. W. Long and E. P. Chalmers were appointed tellers to receive aid count the vote. W. C. Sligh moved that thie present hallot be discardedi and that the vote fir delegate(s be takll by t(ownsiIps. Upon 0iotioll of W. Y. Fair this motion Wa-z tabled. T. 1. Lake said lie wanted the con ventiou to pass a re-olution to vote for no man for the Legislature who vWould vote a: appropriation to tie Citadel Academny, the South Carolina College ami the Coluilibia cainal, but lie hopfe soIe one else would introduce the reso liaiti. Thie chairm:iuai anniou nceed thle re.sult of the ballot as followi.: For dleges.Ie R. T1. C. IIunter, (i; Alan Johnistone, (U; TI. 3M. Neel, -41; .J. Rt. Spearmian, .Jr.. 37, andt Ri. C. Carli,le, For alternaites, A. J. Gibson, 27; Thompsoni Con nor, 26; Frank M1oon, 25; J. L. Keitt, 23, and J1. C. Goggans, 2:;. B. 0. D)unern offered the following resolntioin, looking to a permanent organiizattiont aiid to be acted up~oni at a further meeting: [Th'e resolutionis will be publi.hied ill fe'l ini our next issue.] J. T. Duncan moved that the resohlu tioni be adopted, and a comonittee of live be appoinlted by tihe chiair to report at niext meeting, and that thle chair ear nestly. urge every township to organiize aclub. The motion was adopted and the fol low ing comm1nittee was :appoinited: John T. Duincan, G. F. Lonig, E. P. Chalmecrs atnd J. 31. Joinmtone. J. T. Duncan moved that the next mieeting be l19-1l on salesday ini MIay, and that the resolutionis junt adopted be then State conivent ioni thien make their report. Adopted. Upon motioni of WX. Y. Fair the meet ing then ad.ioured. PROSP E RITY. IIe.ivy rain fall on MIondayv. Dr. J. Ri. Langfordl is on a visit to his parents. Rev. N. B. Wiiliamus spent several darvs in towni. 3Ir. Levi Slaw.son can furni-h a farm w.ith a cotton laniter~ at short notice. Jolly Street saiys give her a post otlice -andl then her people will suibscribe for readinig mat ter. MIiss Carrie Aull left her school room sick MIonday. We hope her ill ness will be of short diurat ion. 3Mr. and 3Ir-. J. A. M1itchell, near De:miy 's. of Elagefield County. were the guests of Mra.i. DeWalt. M:any farmers paissedl through town to Newberry MIonday, and 1no (oubt were in attenidanice at the Convent ion. - Messrs. .J. WX. Bowers and T. L. Selh1mop lert ecived each a boairder this week; we suiggest their namtes be0 Willie and TIoInile. MIr. D. W. Ilieks. of GafTney City, Spartanhurg. will look after the Ileecy staple of our1 town. About one ye:ar aigo he was in oIlr O'ownl or the same busi ness. SWe weleome l im agaIn. 'The paoint ingr emnmittee of Prosperity Aca:lt-my have reniiewedl the: proent ion of thle wyork aissignied thuem. We were pompii tedt to inot ice thlem as the gentie menl selicted for the u nriose, and exir -cisingi the tas5te these genltlemenl w.ouild display, we felt assuired, whvlen the academy w.'as fiinished, with its last coat of oil an id leal, she would sin ie as bright as t lhe noonr-day sun, long to he ehierished'( by all1, for the wisely selected connuittee to hbeautify this great prize of our towvn. Re. WX. D. Kirkland. editor of thme Chistiain Advocate rechirled Sunday in Wig~htman Chaipel to alarge audience, one of those soul stirrinig sermonus; at the in d of which lie annonneed that it was desired to ri.se eniough mioney to pay debt of r875.00, yet hanLiging over thiceihurch; in order to dedicate clear of deb, to thle Lord, iIe began to call oat anil live taken down ho0w manyi would ve (.0 rach, anid how many (J.0. and how ruu: . .0 and 81.(0, and1 the-n to a hat collection . '1The sum total ainmunts >to 8100.0 ; r625.0) more ti:m aisked ior. btthe members had ini view the paint inlg of es At thle call of the Town Council the citiz:::s aissembled in MIasonie IHail Mo0n day~ at S p. in. Warden D.3M. Langford called the house to order, Rev. J. C. Boyd leading in pr-ayer. On motion of - 1 L. Luter, A. M. Wy was chosen chairman. and On mBotion Oi J. L. Wise Fred L. S,_hump-rt was chosen seeretary. The motion of R. L. Lither. that we proceedi to make :ominat ti(n IQ I whole a:nd lect bv balt tir,t. Intendent. and the: on- W;!' at a 'e te prev.itL. InIId tel:!e: I. L. Lather. 1-V waNrde: i. S. Boozer, 2nd warln: J. E. Sibumpert :1id w%Larl.: G. G. D:halt. 4t h warden. On motion the noiAatiwn; were ei dorsed h a rin vot;. afler which1 the me et in adjouna-ll1%d. T i- I, ee wS an iijoyalble oc:-asiol. settinfrth the eneral priIilelt-z of a sovial gatherin. and tra-ating its buisS n Ith many 31r. Jo-eph Canglimlanlal the fl lowig st;1tenit aboit the 7-11pposed Pot of gold found by him. IlI :y- Jhat w%hile plowiln- over aII (Ald house place on M1r. Godrey ILarm1on's p'laItatio', Ie feit hi% plow strike somethig unuual ;romi tit nos1. al at once drew back his nm1le and p0w and mw1ale another at tempt tn reach the sameic object, when his plow rolled out an old ril-ty pot lid; again making another attempt, the plow poilt caught hold of a 10. Ile at Oncee secured a pivk and dll- it out. It i.4 about the iZC of L 1:11 i Ahel MeIVsure awli scllivinl to have be-n lburivd m11any years. wa.: neiatly eoved. with ook' ltutnChI(:d to eVe- o p: and-4 littel 10 cOli ovrI the lid to h11l it 10cil 30 It Ilacv; it. ottnts nmingly, were0 leiascdl by at linigl. or i:. box to nrc tl.(t fr-om" the pot, an;d, I.o doubt,wa a hidden treasure, bit hal bhen fhere so long that everything within it waF. a worthless, rusty. cankered substance. IIv permits this 4ateenit to be male to correct the fals- rumor that it was a pot of gold. 'Mr. Cauginan is noted for plowinlg up hidden treaslres; he on1.c plowed up1 *15 thathad b:-en buried, and at anot1her time plowed up a bed of crockery-ware, supposed to have beenl 1bmried during- he late war by some refu resC tILhat Ievel did return to look a.fter it. MIr. Josep.h Ca0"inlnan is a grand son of Uncle Jaeob C:llglllnan, one of the fatlers and founders of St. 31ark's Church in Edgefeld County. Every body spoke of Uncle Jacob (as lie was called) ill the highest terills. P1LST. JALAPA. Ir. E. P. Chalmers had a r,t killing onec day last wee'k. :ui killed only 1,2. Mr. Frank Wilson: who hia-Z been very sivk with malari:il hemat urin, is conva Mr. Jame-i Glalgow, who left here for Florida on a pleas!ure ou-,ir, has ltd in the town of Lady Lake, merchan dising with Mr. Jef' Sligli. I wi-h the t1wo Voun' telt much 1 c1cs0 11111 that 3Ir. Glagow will sooil find a -:40,000 orange grove with a pretty girl attaicled. We have hiad less rai this year sice Christmas than any ye:r I can ]emem ber. Ancorling to the old D'utcl sign. we will have live fro51ty mfornlings iln 11$y asltere were ive fog'y monng in 3March. So gjovern vourselvye-. farum ers. aiccordingrly, if von beleve iln tihe One of our i,ret ty young ladies is s ethulsed with the farmersC' movemnent that -Ihe weairs a baidge thaIt sheO''eliIS the farmers' b:alge. I preCsumel her' fellow beongs to the farmer's cluIb. ,If not, ile hd~( better joinl soi. WhenL theO ladies of this county are beginning to be en//wI.%Cd en the farmecrs' movement, it ought to be a shiame oil some farmiers who seem] to b)e So indlifTerent with the mIovemen11t. Our JalapaL farmerCV clubi) met on laSt Saturday, aind elected MIr. Johim TI. Duni; canl delegateC to represen t this cdiub at the State COnlvenltion, and M1r. G. W. IL. meet on1 the firt Satl urday iln May. ait 3 P. 31. M1r. Willie Wright was a proint ed to dleliver an1 address or write :ui1 e~s-ay3 oin agrienlltIre. 3Mr. E. P. Chl mers wvill also address th:e club;. thle pub-J li is invyitedl to alttenid. the ladies espte Since the farmIers' jovemnent has b)eCn in vogue, I have hea~rd SO maLny personls say. it wvould be a good thing if it did noi. meddle with polities. I would like for some onte to be so kind ats to tell me. (for I mulist ackniowleidge my ignorance) who are th li'Proper personms to Inanage poit ies in this County or State; whmether the ag~ricltulral people haveY aL righit or nlot. I haIve beenl tauIghlt always, thaIt the maijorit y rumled in any movement. andII why can't the farmers be alliowed to have a voice iln polities. Can't they be t ustet iln antything, but to pay hlighm taxes, so as to raise money to defray the ex penses of those extravatgant ap)propriat t0) ions mde by Ottr oflicers. M1y opini11on i, if von want to finld a true Democrat, who wanIts, and wvhtoe pirayers are for an honest governminit, go to tihe plIow hadles and you will tindl one, thaIt will die for De)mocracy ratther than cause a disturbance in her ranks. Ii thlere is to be a disturbanuce iln politics. 't will nt be from tile true D)emocrats of this conty or State. but will he1 (caused from cron lli theoler, coronie who thinks he is entiitled to tihe people's choice. andii was left (rlt iln tie cold. Th OSe kind oIf men1 are thle fellows whloml we um11-t get rid of :1s Stion au p)ossib)le, alnd t henl we myV kno1w v.h13 is to mneddlh- with poml MT. TABOR. Sprin g is uplonl u15 an1d our farmeris are busy pirepaIring an)1dltin i1tCrops. There wili h ie more eor.n al11d 1perhalPe Ilore cottOnl l)lntedi in this sell t 1ant wLs ever~ before, on1 acotunt of the oats crop being froze out. Prof.EB. . Counts has bjeeni elected superintedent of the MIt. Trabor Sun day School. vice N. B. Wheeler resigned. Te sch ool is iln a iloutrlhing cond ition. Dr. J. 3 Sease, who recently gradu tedi at the' U niversity of MIaryland,. is home again, and1( we are plleasedl to leatrn tht he i- th inzking of locatinlg iln Ithis neig'hbo)rihoodl. We wvishi i him much suie ces as we arc sure lhe will mierit it as5 a Dlr. C. T. Wychie will leliver a lectmeti to thle ..chool at Mrt. Tabor on F'riday eveing.l Thle plici is invited to aittendl. In a trilp to Columttbit. reatly, we slent a few d:tys very pleas:uritly with the enier<tetic proprfi.tor of thi UIERALD) ANI) NEws. The people of Dutch Fork are xery mch ill earnest about the building of the C. N. & IL railroad, and CaLpt. M1ere dh will dioubtless meet withi a warm rcept in whten lie crosses the river from IColumbia. Ther.e is perhaIpa no' section of the State that a road wold b)nelit more than the fork. and thiese people are reay to (eoura:ge th e prospect witth eir mean L. C. B3 c'er-. T :e --'. bC L L t-*. -of co .ac.. S.L d. G.t\', " p-..AT:, O e Di%N. GAT FI.0LR.GAN LAMM ni r LOlis i- GRAIN FU,AT.S. FL -%'1 s. G I AN, up )IE.\TS, FLO()U. G RA IN, 1EAT. FL()U'S. GRAd. k" 31EAT.S, WLOU.ts,. GRAIN, IEA TS,."j F LO U , GA.AIS. AA 31EATS.I FLOUS. GI'N, alEATS, FLOUl,. GATS. 3EATS, F . I GRIN A -1-12m mH-.TTS I.oMu itT; ET Y C FLOUS, O'N COTTON FARMS, I:1su f.-'of '00 to - 0.000. Intecrest 10 po?r cel.p lHU For inrtho:r inl'ornnati.mi.apply "n .NI!N-J). PAL.!ER & SON. Cumi.S. C. GEO. S. 3IOWER, 3-21 Nnberrm S. C. TV40 HUNDPED ROLLS NEO STOCK RECEIo D ATTH CRET J. AI..DrA VI EAS, COhUltB , GS.IC. EATs, a *ul lino WalOUpr, Brding n eln Dcrtos WinowRS Shde.Route In,s Spring Fitrs rmF ftyCets t Fe~ivDlas idw BrusselsYapsr BrussLO,EA Carpets, t. pricestht wllcomar abovene .Iarie c, Soores pond withO. SI. DAVIS, 0.17ly. Colubiar, S. C2. .oe. Et S1 prwekeOC b asl WANhT ALESME evry. ee,1. 2 and, telint el our Walld Wiler payetu ;ad Ceary ng lleeneo rits. fOn erm :tnead i taten stlrs oft Wd. AddresShADARfISILvtR OAR best Wsringto iitret, fotn \aft. Cet 2-to IThae sa fie eeon bo-:f sae boy use o ls T a,esnt e worusels, and xtran: ur.t:hvreen cured ande. Coo nrn Chain Carpts, ia.t ri.es sth.T w l co"r.p:aE, wth any a r ke i te e r S., a ts . d-. Ifars. Treait ab moft of the tdse i-oain t oftw a'it J h. noenei.Cre hiseadf i thre n1nhs andt since thenam hune of thersb same rossai. A plain. Ires T. 3PG .. 1.8 East Eth ltn. ewsYor CiE WA3-SLSM-4te~whr. oa t-w .1(1 ther aven r t o e l urn a;:in oe. a:: ill P:iet:. woo ararv. an i;c ar- e e s e. l Wl1 is n rm nfor teni t n e .un a( cure. S la wat n r tr-ti A d' ree UTN:tRI ofmSnILeR rV Iemv Co. sIin uo reu. D st n.G s. 1 3Pear tt. .. I yoae a .t ing e .y fom.i . isia t1if orany i. ase ~* or weakness an?.I:id reqire wil! invigorate and b i yo u frot i he ir do bt wi;i m~ ii er itOs:ente I ti a .ll:ted hud dat of [ic~ (I tua 8:I we11 1yours1. Purie lii.e For s.l by .:r:it s. 1at: &1n c 'hen r ,[ I11' .i2'ti't.New York 1' a EstbCUeRE&3 FIT* Takes tel-ad: due not a c~orcike tin Sor :ir.nor s ,tro fan d uble:n at h alf ocstin. Is ,.do.. double th e ar o Oiiaal cl ts. Catalgu adamle I E. W. Ca'. FAY. & Cosas., AMDE s i. J e a ve now's Uil- in stre Feit s'-tinI Ham. and BreAfaU Strip,'..C TNnese HCm Lad n d N.I :i . laseor Jaa,us:i Lag uyr and :ar iofu; ditfeen brand::~i s Tirk's ti L:ne;ry Grai' ware. : l. ni 'h, :md B a,i, i:e., Glars wTore l't icher i- G ob : ctJel . Tmblers, ncel arl . i U dx. . A. GEM.nT & (*N.. .ew .yor.Ne berry. 1. ATMAIJT. STL NO.1 DTaer he resh Fnoh corrd lieetbrles,no So had ar oecillt. Cutlrygt orderspso Vlitd Addes N.ewberry:0, S. C.,, or J Pe iRavea 2tCinmhinr. Fen, Il. an-d iGV-PAL& OF SHOES-,000 Sold in a .ingl year :: .ot 6a, wearer to gruaole. What an endorsement ! 8,000-PAI RS OF SHOES-~8.000 To be sold in I-s(;. anda pair free to every one who can grmble. What an offer! W1LL THE PEOPLE THINK o' ti:-Qua'it and Price-vital thoughts There-s no better Shoe for :1,25 than there is at Cline's. There's no better Shoe for ;1.50 than there is at Clines. ThOnrc!s no betttr Shoe for ;1.75 than there is at Cline's. Ti:eres no better Shoe fbr 2.00 than tnare is at Cline's. Therns no better Shoe for -2.25 than there is at Cline's. Thre's no better Shoe for s2.75 than there is at Clne's. There's no better Shoe fOr S;3.00 than there is at Cline's. There's a fit for vt-vrbo(y :in'l a saving o0e c. a pair to all, if You will only buy your shoe im Clines ;id ther s no better Shoe anywhere, at any price. We li:ve or4ered Iu) twenty-five (25) more pieces m5c. Dre:-s Ginghams to sell for 12;e.-in colors ab-olutely fast. You can tell your friends so, moreover, that they are beauties ! -Comue where the rippling waters flow, Where grow the lilies white as snow, Where v4ports the buck and mountain doe." and all neh invitations are not worth a cent. But Cime where Cline's pretty W 0 R S T E A D S are Bring with yon your co:siiis. aunts and ma It is worth 10 cnts to von all. becauzfe 100 cents can be saved on every dress. And if vou had Coei at lirst to Clines instead of trving to find in half dozen stores what was never m::nit to be foulnd there, pre:ious ime conid have been saved. Curs:ing, wearinr :and jerking a A:rt won't make it !it. Don't curse ; don't swear; dont ierk: bIt coeIi to C i:ne': ad get a perfect iltting Crown Shirt for 90c.. -wamiautta blahn-1 linen. C -rThe !iiet line ol white good i embroideries, ha-dkerchi-fs, gloves, domes tie. &e. in th ciy. and :t LoWEsT OF PPICEs. Colored Kni:ting Yarn in llanks. B. H. CLINE. 1 20-tf NEWBERRY. S. C. ."NEW SPR"ING GOODS-, OF ALL KIDS. A large stock jut received which will be sold at very small profits, so much so - that no other h-mu-e can conpete. as we only sell for SPOT CASH. So don't be afraid to call and see for yourself what good bargains von can get from Jackson's Cash Dry Goods House, Columbia, S. C. WINTE 1vt OVER And now is te tin i r 1 caers that buy Zur cash to get bargains. During the next ( :ys i will sell my entire ztoek of U'~~~ i~ n i c ;~ti~ Boots and Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c., . Riegardiess of cost, to make room for the New Goods that I expect to buy in New York durinig the latter par*t of theC next month. I do not want to qlnore prires now. but an examination of the goods and prices will convince any perso:n that we will do just what we advertise. Ist you want to save meoner call at the LEADER OF LOW PRWO Will Cook in the Street.2 We~ hav ut receivedI -m new addh i~ ~ions to our stock of stoves, and among thi mn is the c elebraited Charter Oak Range with wire ganze uoors. It will cook in the street or yard. This is no idle talk, it ha bee tse by theC mnufnacturrs. Next, we have the ILLUSTRIOUS LEE STOVE, made at Rlielinond. and. ilke the man it was named for. it carries more weight thain aniy s:ove on lie market, call and see it. Next, we have the .A1IEIERGHRL, wihich is too well known in thik county, for its beauty and cooking capacities to lia ke .pecial mn tioni of, and the which is noted for its econoamy of fuel. At an early date a few cheap stoves will arrive. And ye another Novelty,. we ar~e sole ogents for Newberry and Laurens Counties for thei "NON-BOIL-OVER-ABLE" St ove Pot 4 and Scot ch Bowls. They ea ninot he boiled over-somnething nobby. We still carry a good line of crockery, glas and wooden ware. Also a good line of Tinware inl oui- shop. inole by a mant with 30 years' experienlce. Stove repairing and Sheet Iron work a sp)ecialty. We-are aizents for the Terra Cotta Stove Fines, perfectly fire proof. Roofing and Guttering at reasoinable p)rices. Onr rooting mechanies have had wide experi ence. andi we do not he,itat to guiarantee all work done by them. 5 t.)O p imila conton rugs want d in exchan ge for goods. 5.000 pounds bees wax wanted. Wrapping and News Paper at mnannine:nrers pricc;, freight added. .3-24-i To the Ladies and Gentlemen of Newberry and Vicinity: We have ius: recie1 Frenich Satine i mo beauti fin tylte and finish, and exquisite in dei,soigthe highi.-t conception of F rench art. These goods - ar~e more disirai)le'thin Sumnnr Silks. thi widIthi. textrre and dlurability of colors cons idered. AI-o, another ivo'e -of 'I ! pla Emridered Robes. 1 piece Black SniraI Silk.:: li'(ce. C" o -iil sm S i - pie Ievit Fancies-elegant, 4 pifg Nevada S:icking 1' 1i.' T:i-0 e ''ice La C. Cheeks. '; pieces Cotton Canvas, li piee. Crinke II -e:ieker. 1 pees cek Naineook, 39 pieces Cottonades for mi~ien nd oy*. i pie< - I;e'ebed ri )ln. -5 pis Chocolate Prints, 10 pieces Plaid Giigb-nnm.s~. ( iee,Coio ritier. I )zen W onder Corset;,10 dozen Kid Gloves, 1 piee Wh- (ue -.1 ie-ce Sh!ir ing Pr-int$, 50 pieces Pacific Prints, 13 piec . (iv Cambile p ice.- Indin Orch:ird. A few reiiiin-w indw Shde a'i t 5c. Curtain Rods~ brass mounted, 50c. 5 ca,es ia-e Ball shoes~. 5 dozen Bennett & Barnard's French KId Button Boot--u-m of the iirt water. All ]adies who have pretty feet are specially in vi:ed to call and try on a pair of the "IlIien Cells of pride." Tour attentioni is also a,ked to 203 Mlen's and( Boys' IIats, various grades. 05 Ladies' Straw IHats, boughnt qt a largdicutrojberpre.Al,tav inrg and packing trunks. ico:trojobr'rce. lo,ae Mr. E dmunds is now in the E ast. and our large sailesroom will sojon be filled with - the chotoie-t i nd i oet in manufatuin~ Dry Goods, Shoes and Hats. Desortes & Edmiunds, o-r-trcoLUMB, s. C.