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A. C. JONES, EDTOi.
Nell'berry, S. C.
WVEI)NESDAY, NOV. 24, 1886.
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FtIt 1 NOW IA'r'II,.s.t%I'AIt-s Iwr,
1NNh. F(alt 5.(o.
\We will seid the II I:iAll) ANi Nj:ws
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(ourier a- Sipplementtt from now 111u1 ii
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ob l subs cribners e:ut 1,ake advanitage of
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1hle Edgehe-hit ( hironicle, edited lb
.lama'e F-. theice, Esq.t., is one of the
b est weeklies received at. this olle.
Th le pr esenlt. I,et.gi.sht ure willI elect. at
sui1CesSOr to ,iige (Gothr:uii, aand a tihe
supinteniiI'idenii of thi' penitent iary.
serivices oni TIhuirsday, iad render ptraise
and1 tanksgivintg to A iity Go(d for'
thle inttuntiierabile b Oeelts we hiave' eni
joyed tuinlg thle past year.
Donii't forget that y'ou can get. lie
i-t'TA1i,i AN i Ni:ws amid Weekly News
and Couier ocr i'Simday News fromt now
tint i .hintiary 1st, 1888 for $2.00-one
ntiumthI free-givinmg full report. of pro
ceetdings of the Genierail Acsemly.
I .:st. week we gave a iarge port ion ol
our11 space to a full r eport of thle farmeris'
eon venttti anid State fair; this week wc
give on front page the address of the
Mlaste~r (if thle N a itial (Irange before
titt body ini Pifladelp hia, Pe nni., a fewv
Th'le Greneniillle News justly condemns
hose who are tiniding fault with and
abulisinig those who are umanaging the
State fair. Whatt w'e wanit is a uniited
e lYor, to piove and advance every dle
parit imnt untlii we can bo:ist oif thle
Iiinest. exhibits in thle SothI.
Thlose oif ouril subscribers wh'lo get the
IDanily Ne ws anid Cotirier, anid whlo wold
pirefer thle Sunday News to the Weekly
Ne ws aiid Courier, may have the Snudiay
Ntews furished thmemt on Monday moirn..
ing att 8:30 o'clock, as soon as we lave
seecired as imaity as tifty names-all for
1wo dolIaris a year. The price of thle
Stun dayi Ne ws alone Is two dollars a year.
Mir. I'. R. IBrooks, whom Mr. 1). HI.
iTomp lk ii~ni enitionedi in the card to the
News andtl Couier, ini which lie uindets
ak es to defend himself as to hiis ('on..
iteet ion nI i. thle Bit tIer-Till man eon
triversy, is not in Coltuinbia, therefore
we atre not able to say piositively whether
lihe rep jort 31ir. Tlompkints says, that Mr.
lBrook(s s:i t I lie had1( heard and( r'epeatetd t o
him, to wit : "tha:t it hatd bieen said that
doncies, ('oh. L ipscomib's crk , had ruin
'oh. i Ipstcombi 1into his hole bty aritIcles
ini is Ipaiper agatinlst Capt. Tillmhan ,'' was
u sedl by Mi r. I rOoks or no (t, as Mr. TLomip
kiis amay have inisuntderstood him, but
ini any evett wha:teveri we pr'inited, that
was not favorable to Capt. illmanii had
nioti ng to do( wit hi oiur sup~port oif Capt.
LfipscombI, and if ouri .itidgmnent led us
to say one worid that lost him votes, we
most sluicerely regret it, as we did cr
best for' him. We scareely think that
the frIends of Messrs. Whiltner, John
stone, Bhenie't anid Simpson woold be
chaiged with aniythiing like this, for
their fate was the same. In the more
recent contests of our friends, Pope and
Schumpert, we had little or nothing to
say. The former, we are Informed was
supported by some of Mr. '1'illman's
warmest supporters, the latter by dif
forent inlhiences, neither were elected.
If "opposition to Mr. Tillinan defeated
Col. Lipscomb the. tide has certainly
turned, as he has been given the credit of
defeating Gov. Sheppard by his advo
cacy ol' him, and he did little more for
Dr. Pope, if we are correctly iifortned,
as to his sulipport of him.
ElI11It IA I COItIt EMN'4 E9ENCE.
Co,UM nA OF''IEE, IIERA7LI) & NnwsV
CoLUM13W'A, S. C., No,'. 23d, 1881;. }
The new Legislaltire of South Carolina
met at 12 o'clock to-day. 'The members
took the oath of oflice and were sworn
in. The House organized and re-elected
all of its old oflleers, to wit.: Speaker,
James Simons, of Charleston; Clerk,
John T. Sloan, Richland; Sergeant-at
Arms, John 1). Brown, of Barnwell;
Reading Clerk, R. M. Anderson, Colun
bia; there was no opposition to any of
these, cxcept the Speaker, which vote
was, James Simons, 107; Sampson Pope,
In the Senate, Senator Izlar, of Or
angcburg, was elected Speaker pro ten.
Messrs. Evans, ,Martin, Shitmpert and
Gaillard were nominated for Clerk of the
On the first ballot Evans, of Marion,
received 8 votes; Mart.in, of Anderson,
fl; Sehumpert, of Newberry, 7; Gaillard,
of Fairfield, 12. Ont the third ballot the
name of Mr. Mlartin was withdrawn.
Eighteen unsuccessful ballots were taken
and on the nineteenth ballot Mr. Gail
lard, of Fairlield, reeeived 20 votes and
Mr. Schumnpert 13. Mr. Evans' name
was withdrawn before the last ballot
was taken. Mr. A. D. Goodwin was
re-elected Reading Clerk, and Mr. L. R.
The Senate and Ilouse, after coin
mencing the regunlr order of biusihess,
adjourned until to-morrow at 12 o'clock.
The committees will be aunonuced to
morrow, and there will be little eke
done, as they will adjotuart over untii
Friday, in order to observe 'Thatnksgiv
ing day. Active work will lar.l!y beg;ia;
before the middle of next week. A full
account of the cve of the session will be
found in our supplement.
Mr. M. F. Ansel, of Glreenville, nomi
nated Speaker Simons, anl J . L. M.
Irby, of L.autrens, nominated ])r. Pope.
Senator Moise, of Sumter, nominated
Senator Sligh and Repsrese tatives
Pope and 1eitlt are at the (ranil Central
Ilotel. and Mr. Chalmters at, John IF.
Speatrnmani's, on Gates street.
''he new Hlouse is composed of eighty
seveii new mnemtlers and thirly-seven old
mnemb ers . The personed if the bod y is
good, but not egnal to that of two years
atgo. Many once familiar faces are
nissed. Anonig the number Simnonon,
.IeCraly, Sumnters, Thonson, G raydon,
Schamtttpert, MeIver, Biue, Spenser and
others. TIheti in the Senate, Maxwell's,
Wallace's, Bobo's, I.eitner1's. and1'Toddi's
seals are lill by new men. As a
whole, the General Assembly precsents
a body oif men of above thle average
in itntellige nce, and( we thlinik fair, lib.
er'ah mindeld men, as far as their appear'
ance eani indicate.
IL is sahil t.hat thle elevena votes east for
I )r. P'ope for Speak~er r'eprteseints thea
TIil imant linence ini the llouse, but we
dio inot thlin k thiis fair toa either of t hese
genit.lemen. nor to the ment who voted fot
P'ope, as other inthhiences doubtless led
many to v'ote for Speaker Simnons, whc
might have been indtae to vote for :
diuest ion in which Mr'. TVillman's~ in flut
ence was dlirectly' at issue.
Mfessr's. Wh'litnier, G iraydon and( Norton,
candidaates for the vacan:t judgeshil
now tilled by .iti(ge Cothani, are on t In
gr'ounds(1 looking aiter thir I ilnter'est s. Mr I
Parker, a member of thme IIouse frn
Abbeville, is also watching thle move
mnent.of his competitors. Mr. G raydoi
is also a resident of Abbeville.
Mir. 1. IR. Tillman, one of thle coin
mittee apphointedl to watch the coutrse o
legislation for thle farmiiers' conIvent iot
is ont hiai doing trehle (lily ini thle ah
setnee of Messr's. Shell and Fishibourne
who are' pr'teented1 from acting, owing
to precssi ng buts iess engagenmen ts.
manu wvill have his hands full, however
weP expctet to see haim converted befora
he goes home, as lhe hats already heei
capt ured oin thle Citadel qu est ion. T1ha
re-elect ion of the olid ofileers shows that
thle inew members have confidh-nce in thi
judlgmlent of their predecesso'rs.
An able acorps of the News anid Cou.i
riei stafhf-will furnish a fitli aind deltaill"
accouint(of the p)roeed(iings of the Geneu'
ral Assembly daty by day, this we give
every week to our siubscr'iber's.
Capt. aind Mrs. J. N. Lipscomb at
entertaining a stre.nger' at their home it
his cit y-a young D emocratie v'ot er' whc(
arrived oin the 21st inst.
Mir. and Mirs. M. B. Lipscomb are' ris,
it ig relatives ini the city'.
Priof. WVms. Welclh will he pleased tc
see his friends at. 1Henn ies' art. galler3
whiein in the city.
NO TElNIbEtt POINT TOtCE1IEID.
"W w'ouil say to on' limo. Elitor,. if thii
tentler point., we ciin't ihelp It, for ias long at:
we iare connectedi in ainy wily with thei nouwa
paperWi buisinesst W weN xpec(t to alo ouri utinosl
to glivo ienider's full vine for oine(ify receivedl
ant expect to do0 it ithii news print e lin outi
owni Oiice-no(t fiomi ci lsewhiere."-Pr'ospitl.
1'r'ess amd Iteporter, No(v. Islth.
Our cointemp)IOrarly did not Itouch
tendler poinit when It spoke oif its "lar'g
ntews'," aind hadl it conltinedl Its r'eply t<
this, we shouild hiave felt sorr'y that wa
had1( toutced our1 sprighitly neighibor'; foi
it is fai' ahead of maiay papers In thi:
State in towns the size of Prosperity
buit when it add(s "walh newis printed bi
ou' on q/i.-not Jren renwa'," I
gives us an opportunity of saying th,
we are alway:, pleased to see it In Iar
print, and If it pleases its patrons
should be satisfied, as we do not mal
any effort to look up large type. But v
will meet our neighbor at Phillipi in tl
news furnishing business, and wo a
going to have it in the largest quantiti
if money and hard work will secure I
Prosperity may compete with us, bi
we give fair notice that we are going
distance you in values, and to prove I
your patrons that we lead. A little ge
erous rivalry will benefit the public,
noth i ng more.
Cotton is bringing 8A.
We had a slight shower of rain hiol
'I'The Misses Cook, of Alston, are vilsi
lug friends in town.
3r. Lee Schumpert killed a very larp
chicken hawk Monday. It measurc
four feet from tip to tip.
A dime reading for the benefit of tli
Y. M. C. A. of this place, will be give
the second Friday evening in Decembe
Mr. A. C. Jones, of Columbia, pal
our town a flying visit Monday Morninu
Dr. Iforace Julian and N.ife, of Edg
field, are visiting friends and relativt
Several of our citizens are having wel
bored in their recently purchased lot
Mr. J. Lawson Wise who attended
rainbow party in the upper portion e
the county last Friday night, reports
very pleasant time. IIe says that whe
one isn't accustomed to sewing, it Is sl
to make a sore linger.
Mr. Thomas Moorman, of Newberr,
was in town Saturday evening. Hie, t,
gether with Mr. C. F. Boyd and Rev. (
A. Marks, made very interesting lecturt
at the Y. M. C. A. meeting Saturdh
Frank Stookey, a professional rop
walker, advertised an exhibition of I
powers in that line, to be given In
'Thursday afternoon at 4:30 o'cloc
Well, the crowd came, but he didn't e:
hibit worth a cent; ostensibly, becau:
lie didn't believe five dollars could I
made up; but really, some are eru
enough to say, on account of the hij
B3oth Rev. E. P. McClintock and G.
Cromer, Esq., were prevented from gi
ing lectures to the Y. M. C. A., as r
ported last week, on account of sickne
in their families. We regret exceeding
i he: serious illness of the daughter of N
MeClintock. M. I,. W.
Our school is closed for the preset
We still experience occasional shaki
of our earthly foundation. From ti
lively demonstration of subterrane
waters, well digger,, too, are content
be en a level with the rest of humanit;
Soon after a >:hnrk a certain neighbi
being aske. :. whmt o'clock it occurrei
replied, '"sixL minutes past four," whk
showed hi" aind to have been dancin
the rau:/xt. At such times we forget a
else save t hat we are a moving powe
and long for a resting place in spat
tontil quietude be restored.
Couon fields present a desolate al
iuearance now, as most of the plickint
We have had some slight rains, enoug
to seLtle the dutst, and prepare the so
for grain which vill be planted in abut
Deat I stays his hand, and health agal
wields her rosy sceptre.
A union meeting was held at Fairvie
on the fifth Sabbath in October, an
mnany int eresting suibjects animatingl
discuissed. "Should a woman speak I
publie,'' was handled in a lively mannel
one party thinking her verbal intluenc
should he0 limited to the lire side; whil
the other, thought it certainly ought t
take root there, but that its gent:
branches should spread abroad, in th1
cause of Christ; therefore, it was move
that our sex could talk in a universall
good5 ninner. CLARA LOUISE.
T1Ri~ ACId ERS' DEPART'MELNT,
ARIL IUlt KIBLEIt, ED)ITOIt.
E'ditor Tecachers' Column:
In a recent issue of THE hERALD! AIN
Naws 1 noticed an article on the su
ject of Normal Schools. T hat is a su
ject, it seems to mIe, with wvhich ti
teachers of the State ought to have
great deal to do. Other professions ha'
schools in which special training
olfered. Why should the teacher, the
be atn excep)tioni t.o the general rub
T Ihte public school, in some form or othe
is a fact, in South Carolina, and It is tl
diuty of every citizen to see that tl
schools are made as ellicient as possib]
-After the pupils, the teacher is the mn
imnportanut factor in the school, and tho
will (10 the best work, other things beh~
equal, in which the teachers are be
-preplaredl for their work. Now how ce
they be best prepared ? Manifestly1
the mental discipline whieh a full eC
lege course will give, and then by t:
a<led training of an A 1 normal scho<
But some1 otne will say, all the trainia
in the wVorld will not make all who pa
thrPough it goodl teachers. Granted, b
it will help them mightily and besides,
they are ineclllent with it, what won
they be without it? Ini a State as po
as ours, the teachers of the p)ublic sehc
outside the cities receive about $180
yecar, or $15f a month. Scarcely compe
sam ion suficeient to induce a man to pt
-pare for the work in the manner wil
I have indicated. What then is the ret
ediy ? I answer, a good normal scho'
suplported by the State, at which tho
who are contemplating the pIrofessi
.y receive ltstruction free. After
few years the people might reasonab
explect goodl work from thle teachers
their commIlonl schtools. What they d
do would be well done.
A nortmal school, sufieletitly wvi
equipped for allI practical puritposes, neW
nlot he a costly thinug. Almost any tov
itt a hiealthfit locality would furnish t
building free to the State. Four tene
ets could( do the work that oulght to
requtiredl, so that from four to flve the
sand1( (do11ars annually might be set dov
as the muai cost to the Stat
ould te State spend $5,000 in at
thrway to better purpiiose?
Fire mfont/hS spent at a normal schc
of sutch a kind as I have hinted at, wv
be more valuable to the teacher wh<i
he coimes to (do the work of the sche
roomtt thtan fires years~ spent at the year
re-minion teachers' institutes (nortma
with wvhich otir teachers' have be
blessed for some years. If the pub
schiool system be a good thing, why th
it is not only commo'i setise b)ut soul
policy to foster it by alt available meat
And thec next Legislature catnnot (10
wiser thintg than to look into the syst(
atnd see if they can bettor it. I ha
never thiought that it Is necessary to so1
to foreign cotontrles for a plan beststit
to the needs of South Catrolinai.
iEU C ES
re WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
le MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
.o KIDNEY TROUBLES,
De NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
IT is Invigorat- IT gives NEW
* ng and De- LIFE to the
it gihtful to takgl whole SYSTEM
to and oat aen by Strengthening
oas aMedicine for te Musclte Tong
o weak and Atling ing the NERVES,
Women and Chil- and completelyD)i.
1- dren. gesting the food.
- CONTAINS ...A Book, 'Volina,
no hurtful byleading
Minerals, is com- ' physiciane,telling
posed of carefully how to treat dis.
selected Vegeta- eases at HOME,
e ble Medicines, mailed, together
d combined skill- withasetofhand.
fully, makibg a some cards by new
Safe and Pleasant Heliotype process,
e Remedy. on receipt of so c.
Tor sale b all Drag,lsta snd Orocer.. Should lhs dd..r u.r
i eN t kep tOIINA t1'a5DlAl, rmwlt $.O0 wda o ftal l$
r. wie bens, .harge pdad.
d "srAam" o t nr
f. Volina Drug and Chemical Company,
s. SALTiaa, aD. S. A.
s O-29-la -24nr
g 18IR8, 1181 & CO.
)f Wish to ilformn their friends and the
a public generally that they are receiving
'n a new and beautiful line of
MILLINERY AND DRESS GOODS
which they will sell cheap as the cheap
We are also prepared to do all kinds of
- DYE IN -,
1 AND SILKS.
lh Anything usually kept in our line will
be supplied at reasonable rates. Call
3- and see uts.
V- 318. S. A. RISER & CO.,
9-22-tf Newberry, S. C.
r Now is the time to get
Bear it In mind that I am determined to
it sell what School Books I have on hand
at COST PRICES. This Is no catch.
a All other books at much less than cost.
e If you want books now is the time for -
n Bargains. Other miscellaneous Station
o ary at reduced prices. I must have the
)r 3t lits. CORRIE GRE NEKER.
Application will be made to the next
r session of the general assembly of this
e State for a charter for the Chester and
Newberry railroad. 9-8-td
it R. M. ANDERSON, Manager.
l FARMS1 AND MERCHANTS,
v qEND US YOUR COTTON TO SELL
' or store. Few hales or many, send
a it along. We will get for you very best
., prices. Store at smnall expense, and
e prFocure aivances whlen dlesire3d.
e Address R. M ANDERSON,
e 10-13 Columbia, S. C.
dl COLUMBIA_BOOK STORE,
, R1. L. BRYAN & CO., Proprietors.
We have recently added a Printingi
Department to our Book and Staltionery
Establishment, and beg leave to inform
D our Friends of Nes berry that we can
nwspply themf withl all the Law
10 Blanks used in tile State. Send us your
aorders for printing of all kinds. We
is guarantee satisfactIon. 10O-20-2b.
3 ? 1886, Nov. 9thl. ?yov. 9th. 1886.
e. No doubt the Fair this season will be more
St successful than in the past. Extensive propa
so tions on a large scale aro being made to enter.
ig Lain tihe visitors who expoet to attend the Fair.
:st In addition to the above attraction, I will
LIn take pleasure in ontertaining visitors at the
>fEmporium of Fashion with an exhibition of
).- Men's and Boys' Fashionable Clothing. IThe
lhe display of men's garments are so arranged in
1l. departments that a visitor will have no
Ig trouble in finding what heoneeds.
ss On entering the store, to your right is the
lit Gents' Furnishing Goods D)opartment, where
if you will find everything that will make you
i d comfortable in the way of underwear of every
or style andl make. Then a nice White Shirt,
ol laundiried or unlaundried, in all styles, also
ai Collars and Cuffs, Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Sus
I-- penders, and an elegant line of Gonts' Neck
0- Wear in all the provailing colors and shapes.
311 Then, to yotur left is the hat dopartnment
ii- with all the latest styles in Stiff, Soft and Si1k
>h, Ilats. Among tils stock you will find the
se celebrated Dunlap Hats, of which I am the
)ln sole agent in this oity. In addition to tis
a stock, a handsome line of Silk Umbrellas may
ly be seen, with Gold sand Silver HIandles.
of The Clothing Stock is located in the cnnter
lIl of the store, and is divided into three sec
tions. First, thle Mok in all grades and prices,
di comprising all the latest styles and patterns,
ad making a comtplete aissortmenlt. Second see
"n tion comprises thle Cutaway Stits, in one and
10e four buttons, in Whip Cord, Corkscrew, Cas
h- simeros and Fancy Chleviots. Third sction
be are Prince Albert Coats and Vests of all qual
-1 ities of fine cloths, in connIectionl with a full
line of overcoats in all styles and prices to
e0 suit the times. Next comes the Boys' Depart
y nient, separate from the others, and is well
patronized for its handsome line of clothing
01 for the little follows. The comments andi
ready purchases by the ladies is a facet that
1thIs "ep)artment is the place for the boys,
oh Just opposite Is the Shoe dlepartmuent, whore
Sa full and fresh stock of Gonts' Fine Shoes can
Is be found in any slyles and shape that you
In Special Notico(
1(1 To those who expect to attendl tile South
is? Carolina Club Bai, wili find here a full line
a ofIyeCasand vests, also, Black Silk Ii alf
Iloe ad fl )rees Shirts which are mnanu
lB factured for speolal ocoasions. i f you are tn
ye need of anything In my line, 1 would be
1(1 pleased to have you cali.
Me L. INARD,
Contn.nbia. 8. C.
This spaco for Sc<
Clothing for the State F
Clothing for Economic L
Clothing for all, Old anc
148 Main Street, Co
Men's Suits ranging from $3.00 and upwards.
vards. Children's Suits from $2.50 and upwa
owest prices. In flne suits I show a stock that
r West. I have bought 500 beautiful nickel el
rood time keeper, to every purchaser of a suit
vill guarantee the price to be 25 per cent. low(
til I ask is that you give me a trial.
Here We ar
M. FOOT, JI
FOOT'S OLD STAND, ASK YOU TO
We ofrer bargains in all our lines-D)ry G
Iats and Caps, Trunks, Valises, Groceries,
No old goods mixed in to deceive. Nei
an buy the old ones.
We carry the largest stock of Boots an<
Always your friends
REMEMBER IF YOU WIL:
DO011IA CMSH IR
YOU WILL FIND THAT C. I
LEADER OF L(
For you can get all kiuds and styles of Dry (
Fackets, Ladles' Under Garments ; Gents' Shii
and Drawers; all kinds of goods for Boys,
)ry Goods Store, at much less tihan cnn be bou
C. r. .TA.OKSON
___ 120, MAIN STREET, CO:
Successor to Clot
I announce without hesitation to my
that I now have the best selected line of Cl
I?urnishing Goods yet offered to the p)eople
I have just returned from the North
ror cash, antd now, having no one in busin
with, I propose to sell as low as any man i:
An elegant line of Strouse & Bro.'s
Dutaway and Sack Suite, at the lowest pric
All styles of Zeigler Bro.'s Shoes for L
James Means' $8.00 Shoes, all styles.
town. Cheap Shoes and Hlats in abundanc
M1ain St.reet Nwherry, S. ri
>tt & Bro.
for the State Ball,
the Farmer Boys,
lumbia, S. 0.
Youths' Suits from $2.75 and up
rds. Gent's Furnishlig Goods at
will equal any, North, South, East
ocks, and vill give one of these, a
of clothing for $8.00 or more, and I
r than any merchant in the State.
I., & Co.
CALL BEFORE BUYING.
oods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing,
Cigars, Tobacco and Furniture.
V goods at lower prices than you
.1 Shoes in Newberry. Special
I., & 0O.,
[. CALL AT TIlE
'.JACKSON IS THE
loods, Notions, flats, Caps, Cloaks,
:ts, Collars, Cravats, Under Shirts
md everything kept in a first class
ght at any other honse in this city.
L,UMBIA, S. C.
id & Smith.4
rriends and customers generally
othing, Shoes, Hats andl Gents'
of Newberry County.
3rn markets, where I bought low
ess with me to divide the prodts
m the State of South Carolina.
Fine Tailor Made Clothing, In
T1hie finest lot of Trunks In the
The "Newherry Clothine."