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Local and Special.
THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 18A4.
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.)Irs. S. FI.,Chapin.
This distinguizhe-d lady will bein New
berry to-day, Thurslav, and wili Lecture
in the Opera House in the evening, and <
n Friday night she will address the
elored people. On both occasions the
jeet will be temperance.
.re will be preaching at Tranquil on t
ifth Sundlav, inst., at 11, a. mt., and t
.rn-tcle. at 3, p. M.. of the same day.
t.;h will be last appointment= at these 1
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-fore the approaching Annual Confe
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Thanksgiving Day. ]
Thanksgiving services will be held in
the Lutheran Church. this Thursday
morning at 11 o'clock. The sermon will I
be preached by the Rev. J. A. Clifton.
We trust that the church will be filled
by a congregation apprecittive of the
merciPs and blessings of Divine Provi
dence. All stores and places of business
should be closed this day in keeping'
with the solemnities of the occasion.
Miller Church Reception.
We tender our acknowlegement for an
invitation to attend a reception of this
Church on Thursday evening last, and
at the same time our regret at not being
able to attend. A severe Neuralgic pain
to which we are frequently subject. pre
vented our attendarce. and a participa
tion in an entertainment which we are
satisfied was very pleasant and delight
ful. The congregation of this large
charge know how to get up entertain
ments of this kind.
Dr. S. F. Fant comes to the front this
week with an attractive enumeration of I
his stock, or it would be more proper to
say a portion of It only, for he has many I
articles which he does not mention. Hist
variety of Christmas and New Years
goods are simply superb and beautiful,.
many of his Toilet boxes are gems of g
art, the Brooklyn Bridge, for instance,a
Ia exqnisite, as are many other articles.
With such an assortment, every tastea
can be filled, and the prices too are '
from extremely low, to all the way up 1
in the picture of those whose pocketst
are full. Go and view the scene so<
Free Graded Schools.
We wonld like to see a good system of
free graded schools established in our
city. They 'have worked well and satis
fa&torily i~n other places, and we see no
reason why the system should not prove
beneficial hiere. The experiment in Col. 1
umbia has been eminently successful,
giving better and more general primary
education to all the children, white and
colored, and at a considerable less ex
penditure of money. We have the cot
ton mills, a Democratic President, and
we are going to have a "dry" town, and
da away with drunkenness, and all that
will be necessary to make us a free.happy
and prosperous people will be to inaug.
urate a system of free graded schools so
that all our children may reap the bene
fits of a primary education.
Let us try the experiment of doinig
away with whiskey for a season, and if4
It lImproves the morals of the town, and
diminishes the evils of drunkenness, no
one will care for the little Ineresse ine
taxation. We are no extremist In the
matter but we are willing to make the
- experiment of "no license," We would
like to hear representative men on both
sides of this question discuss It, and we
hope there will be a public meeting call.
ed for that purpose before the election,]
This a question of considerable moment,
There are many men here In the busi
ness with oonsiderable money invested,
If the bar rooms are closed would not
the demand for whiskey as a medicine<
and for medical purposes be Increased ?
We excpet touour vote andiindence
on the side of "no license."
Trouble in the Public aMooela.
We regrt that there Is some trouble ir
the pub e school In No. 2 townshIp
.known as the Hampton School, It seems
that two teachers desire the same school
or the public funds appiropriated to the
same school district, each claiming the
right. Miss Georgia Turnipseed andy r.
J. E. Caldwell are the teachers claiming.
The township board decided In favor'
of Mr. Caldwell's claim. From~ ' de
cision an appeal was taken to the
county board. After hearing the testi
mony they sustain the decision of the
township board andl they dismissed the
appeal. The case has been carried to the
State board. Mr. Boyd sent all the pa
pers down last Saturday. We hope the
matter may be so adjusted that all par.
ties will be satisfied aud that no further
division be made in the public schools of
The Democratic Roosters.
Our friend Snifiles says: Iamn rejoieod
at the rapid increase of chickens, for
which blessing we have cause to thank
the Democratic editors of this State who
have nearly all gone into the Rooster
busiess. I am afraid however that in
the absence of the p)ullet or hen the
breed will soon cease to be. They
should have gotten a few of the latter to
enco.urage the noble Rooster in his lauda
ble efforts to perpetuate the sper ies and
Increase the quantity of eggs In pros
pect of the coming Christmas. I notice
going the rounds of the press an account
of a man who luckily is the possessor of
a rooster who lays an egg every day.
This is vouched for as it appea.red in
public prInt, a mledium which is nevert
known to lie. Perhaps this la ing reos,
'erhsboon reading some of t os'oosm
4,ter hesadd rgIuo5 anid in i hudep symw:
athy for the c uji ar comIe t a the front
&erined~ go do uuoigethlag for hist conn.
-m handed people are becoming quits i.iam.
6 u, aiyaik IsZ an tuad
By Our ,.eciat!.
M -srs. C. II. S ber. L. J. Joiw . T.
,. Moor.,.au. G o. do. 1i-te,nhe, G.. S.
N1,wer. Y.J. I'o; :nd.IJ. F .I.Cab,%-"l!,
n mb r- f ti Newherrv Bar were in
his city :ettelditni a -pecial S.:rssi.+", of
the Su;"rene Court, appointed for th.
.th (ireuit, during the gre at,r pur .on
>f la-t week. 'Tie already t:nnn
Wiliigtu: n\iil ' as,-" Was a:gued bV
:he Attorneys of the parties to the Suit.
[ was told that Maj. Suber conitned
nure- tha.a two hours in presetiig his
ide ofI the cee to the Court.
Genil. John Br.dtton of Fairfield Coun
:y was nominated n t hi' ci:y by a Con
"-uti,: compose. of Deleg-es frti t he
-o i.itie- of the 4 h Co.,gre-si~nal D:
:riet on W edne-day evening the rth
n-t. to till the unexpired term of the
ate Jol II. Eviss. Senator Moore of
ipart:uibu:-g, lIn. J. G. MeKiusick of
L0ion were placed in nominiat ion, both
>f whom received a Ilattering vote. On
he tifth b.tIlot Get. Br.ttton was given
t5 votes which made hium the nomi.re
>f the Convention. Gen"l. B:-atton"wa:
otmp. Genl. in 1SS-S2, and was one of
he leading Candidat,- for Governor in
882. When Gen. Kitmedy contested
he ho:or u ith hium with such earnest
loss that the friend: of bath parties
fearing that the other might seehre" t.e
)rize) decided to bring forward our pre
nt. G.vernor (who has been honoed by
t renonin:ttio:) and tmake himu their
5tandard Bearer. He is a stces-ful
armer, a muan of sterling busines: quali
ies, and fully alive to the interests of
Much praise is due to our State Dem
>cratic Executive Committee, especiall"
o its Cttairtr.an, Gen. James F. .l.ir
or the work done by them duri::g the
aampaign which ha4 just closed. They
vere ever watchful of the important
t harge placed in their hands to direct
tid order to a successful end.
The Election was the most. peaceful
ield in the S:ate for years and T believe
hat there is a better feeling existing
Lmoing ali elasses than there l:as been
It is Col. J. Quitenan Mar-hall that is
e"andidate for U. S. Mar-hall and .iot
'J.O."as the IIERALD and NEWS had it
aat week. Col. Marshall was born a id
ived for a ni:uber of years in Abbeville
onntV, hut has resided here for sotte
iue. He has been the Ch tirman of the
tiehland County D.m crae fir the
ast two campaigs, is Col. of the S atht
'arolina Regiment, and all Attorney at
Aaw, and is well qu tlified to fill the po
it ion of Marshall.
For U. S. Disir:ct Attorney, the fol
owiig names have been mnhhtioned:
atmes L. Orr, Greenville; Rabt. Al
Irich, Barnwell; s, nator E:rle, Sunter;
P. G. Barker, Charleston; James F.
fart,- York; and L. F. Youmans, Rich
For U. S. District Judg.- to su:ceed
rudge Bryan, who is entitled to r tir.,
eiig past the age they are required to
erve, Chas. H. Sitnonton, of Charlesto.e;
Vm. Munro, of Union, and 1-nac M.
ryan of Greenville.
For Collector of Internal Revenue, D.
P. Bradley, of Pickens.
For Collector of the Po--t of Charles
on. Ellison S. Kei: t, of Newberry: John
). Kennedy. of Kershaw and L. J.
Valker. of Charleston.
For Post Ma.ster at Newberry. I. W.
alter, W. Y. Fair, L. P. W. Ri er, J.
. Hair and J. W. Gary. I suppose you
ave already heard of these and others,
simply mention this in passing to let
'ou know what we hear away from your
The Court of General Sessions for
sichland has been engaged for more
han a week heating tihe Slander Suit of
ts. W. B. McDaniel vs. Horace E.
3ruce and A. E. Fugle. The testimony
rIven by the witnesses is of such a char
cter that it seems unfortunate that the
arties should hatve feit it their duty to
ppeal to the Courts for vindication.
L'he people of the Southern States have
een spared the mortification of having
heir Courts oceupied in hearing causes
i thie kind and I trust they may en
leavor to check any tendency on the
art of Its citizens to do that which
night necessitate a resort to law in order
o get redress.
Supreme Court, 19th inst.-A. C. May
in vs. the C. & G. R. R. Co. Mr. Moor
nan was heard for appellant; Mr. J. C.
Iaskell for respondent; Mn. Moorman
John G. Piester et al., ex'rs., vs. Eliza
i. Riestor et al. Messrs. Caldwell and
hower were heard.
Robert C. Wright vs. Jaa. A. Mars.
-x'or. Mr. Mower was heard for appel
ant: Mr. Moorman for respondent; Mr.
hower inI reply.
F. fl. Donick vs. Jacob 7,pting.
Supreme Court,20th inst.-F. II. Domi
nick vs. John Farr et al. Mr. L. J. Jones
aas hea.rd for appellant; Mr. Moorman
George W, Wertsa, administrator, vs.
3. W. L.* Spearmuan et al, Mr. Mower
-ead argument of ur, L. J. Jones for
tppellant; Mesars, Mower, Caldwell, Y.
T. Pope and George Johnstone were
Supreme Court, Friday, Nov. 21.
obn Baiusket t et al. vs. Joseph L. 1(eitt
it al. Messrs. Moorman, L. F.Y~oumans
md George Johnstone were heard for
ppellants; Messrs. Suber and Y. J.
Pope for respondents.--Rister.
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We arise to say--thanks, inost appre
ctative frIend-such remtarks as the
above find a lodgtnent in the~ heart of a
'The cardi andI spindles are now at worj
at the Newberry Potton Mills antd as
$ona ufcipnt tlaread Is made the
loons wllb put in opera1tion;, Moi-e
than~ half thle tenernent hoss erd: up
lnd several fatshilea'have 'already Ifia,et
Various and All About.
Congre-s nets n. xr 31 -ilay.
I' w-a Ike polling te th to _er the
r sea 'it: n:t theu" la ! te come.
U r 1.- .- Itu.: have l b i rec:viti: ap
pE t :t ;..n- f-tr p o;itiotn- in th:e Le-1M:L
ture ,i ..- ~:h, primary e!ee:IOn.
Li: heran S:idav Sel;o >I has de
ci.ard :o have a Cone4 r: fotr X-m:a- cel.
br:tion in -eai of t he X-m1:1s r.
I)--. W. E. ' lh:im has been ele:ced
2d Vice-p:-esilent of the Piarnaceutical
A-so:-iati_:t of So:tuh C roli:ta.
Col. J. C. liskell says h: i- not a
candidate f.r ayiv Federal office and l
not be one.
We i:vite atteition to the carl of
lessrs. Cloud & Smiith. who be;;in this
w..ek a sweepiug re.duction in price
for their fall and winter goods.
We h.ive n at comand( a cotnpleted
list of the pro,pective applicants f'cr the
pos: iiastrrship at Newb.rry anti Prts
Mr. J. N. Fowles has opened a gene
ral store in counectiotn with his saw inll
and turpeitine di-tilltry six miles south
oast of this place.-Gilbert Hollow Neu-s.
A splenditl shower of r.inu fell Sin liy
afternoon after which th- weather r.-w
elce, cold and serenie. Now the farmer.
can speted the plow.
The B ipti-t State Conve:tien, will
meet in Newberry next. year. 1)r. J. A.
Moo ly of Greeoville is appointed to
prea:l the Co.ivention sermot,n.
We hope tho<e farmers who have not
already piane I a full stnall gr-ti crops,
will vet b . able to do so. Large and
gool small grai: i er p are V.-ry coe
nient t.iings to follow a h.rd ytar.
Marriage seeinS to be ep.deic. We
chro.iiele several this week, amtl others
are on the carpet. Has the electio:i of a
Deniocratic President anything to do
Ther" were no serviee: in the Baptist
Church last S intlay, the pastor. Rev.
uither Broatluls, btiug absent in at
tend:inee upon the B.tptist State Con
veIti whic.h met in Marion on the
Mr. H;nry Cohte:, a relative of Mr.
Ma:nin's, and who has been on this sile
of the Atlantic but a few weeks, c:tt
write a letter at his own dictationi and
speak pretty well in English. le i-4
Mr. S. T. R:ser was introduc.-d to the
Helena Sui:tcy School last Sunday af
ternoon by Mr. Arthur Kbler. We feel
a.sured that Mr. Ris'"tr wiiI minke a good
superinlten.lent ant win the contidcence,
atleetion anll resneet of the school.
The dry fall has delayed the p'anting
of small grain, bir has given a tine op
portunity to the farmer to harvest the
other crops already made. before cold
wea:her. es in. There has Lee i very
littie toor eotion put on the nark.-t in
Frank Pei,ter. clored, who drew a
pistol on M1iss Lizzie SAhn:npert and
threatened to shoot her on last Sunil:ty,
waz arrested and brotugit before Tria'
Justice Blease and upon examinatio:i by
physicians was adjudged insane.
Sheriff Wheeler is said to have kept
himself well arued oa Sunday night as
faint rumors had reached himi that there
was a probability that an attempt would
be made to get possession of Peister, who
had been lodged in jail for safe keeping.
No attempt was made.
Mr. Schumpert, Miss Lizzie's father.
says that the negro is crazy as lie had
been a trusted servant of his for a neum
ber of years, and no quarrel had taken
place between the negro and any of his
F. S. White, Esq., of Mississippi, is in
attendance upon our Court.
Mr. B. Badlie and wife, of Leesville,
were on a visit to Mr. Win. Langf ordl's
Col. Ellison S. Keitt has returned
home fronm the North where he did effi
cient work for the Democratic cause.
Mrs. Dr. F. F. Gary and Mrs. Eugene
B. Gary, of Abbeville. are visiting Mrs.
J1. Y. McFall.
Mr. F. N. Calme<, of Newberry,
spent the night with us on his way to
Gowan sville.-Laurensrille Herald.
Rev. Messrs. Frank Hallam and Elli
son Capers will to go Laurens to-morrow
to hold services in the Episcopal Church.
We regret to learn that Mr. John Folk
and family will shortly remnove to Co
Mr. H. 8. N. Cros-wn, of Nenwberriy,
ant uncle of Dr. Crosson. is in our town
visiting his relatives.-G'ilbert Hollow
R~ev. J. P. Smeitzer, D. D., presid,.nt
of Walhalla Female College, filled the
pulpit at the Luthierann Church, morning
and evening of last Sunday,
Judge ?ry;sley aririved here on Tues,
day and opened Court Tuesday after,
noon. Hie will hold court during this
Rev. Mr. Clifton will leave to-day for
Alabama, on a brief visit to a friend.
He hopes to be back by next Wednes
Dr, 0. B. Maver. Sm., was elected a
delegate to the Newberry Coniference
which cionven.es to-inorrow in St. John's,
1Rev. 8. T. IUallman's charge.
Miss Itamie McCanugbrin. of Newberry,
was up vkiting prof. flood's fatnily last
week. She retnrnedl to N'ewberry S.nt
urday.--Due West Presbyterian,
Mr. D. 11. Witet:spoon has gone to
Newberry to attenq the marriage cere
mniues of hi., brott4er-in-law and his sis
tee.i n-law. -Lezxington Dispatcht.
Capt. M. B. Lipseamio will not permna
nently remove to Newtderry. He keeps
his domicile and citizenship in this conn
ty and will always be ready to cliehIarge
any duty for Abbeville.-Xesenger.
Mr. A. 4. Shaver, for a year past em
ployed by the Obserrer, and for some
timne local reporter on that paper, haus
gone to ipatr:anburg to enter a job of
l-Ce. 3May success atteind him,
Mrs. Mower, the princess mnerchant
of N'ewberry and the great female tem
perance worker, was ini town last week,
and helped to eat wedding cake. She
promises to return and wake up the
towh on temperance. We bid her God
speed.=?-Press 4r Banner,
Inttendnt HI. H. Evan5, of Laurens,
was one of tihe delegate,. t,. the Congres
sional Convention in Cotnumbia n1n the
19th, and who supported Gen. -John
Bratton, the successful homiznee to fill
the unexpired term of the late Hon.
John fl. Evins.
We received a pleasant visit yesterday
from the Hon. Ellison S. Keitt, who hu.
been in New York during all thne elec
tion excitement. Speaking otn several
occasions, Mr. Keitt becamue thoroughly
interested and posted in New York poll.
tice. He gave us a miost Interesting ac.
count of men and methods, and we were
pleased to receive the assurance from
him that Tammany had done brave work
for the Democracy and that John Kelly
had fully redeemed every pledlge he had
made like a man and a brorter.,'-Regis
ter. 22d inst.
F,or the Herala annd e xws
Essrs. Editor' I take this hi'+diumn of
returning my thanka to the goodl people
of Newherry for the enstly and beantly
ful suit of.chlie pcreseted me by thiemr
a' feyv' days sInce. If I can not bear the
l.onor yvortlhy, I shall at least triar the
v',. ot.hr' to r:tt.
MR. EDITOn : In the -ipproat hing ele'
t-on to be ht:-h1 nt on D1ee.: :1. tn l;n th<
(ue.ti.1n of "-;n" or- No Ltietn-e.'
many of ol, itizells :I nd tax-pae-r seen
(01j er: -d a: to the iiltan(ell result to th"
town. and in ea- We ha:ve "No Licen1'
a- to how the trdilary expe:se of tht
toV-n wvili he iiet. ulles: the town tax i
lar'rely il-rea,ed. Now to allay :tpprt"
liensioii oil thi. sub jeet awl show that the
ordinarv expeles of tie town ean hn
mnet with1 onil a very sm:tll additional tax
I would call attention to the followin
+-t and tignre:. with1 the ("onfident he
1:rf that it can be shown thitt in-tead t
any harm befalling the town from th<
sulci= of "No License by incia ea-e
taxation. or injury to trade or business
the success of --o LAeIse' would re
dound to the good of trade. and give :n
ilpetu: to the development of an in1
erea:ed prosperity throughoutt the iwholb
From the Clerk of the (onneil': report
made a few days sinee. of the receipt.
and expenditures of the six and one-hal
months of the term of ofilee of the pre
sent Council. we will find
Amount of Receipts in that time 5294.9.
" Expenses " 4,RS.98
But in these two items are a eredit o
$700.00anud a debit of ,7 00.00. as the samlll
was borrowed from and afterwards r"
paid to the samne parties. and with thi:
deluetion. together with $240.0t) turne<
over by the retiring ('ouiieil. we have
$940.20 to deduct from receipts and
Amount of Receipts stands $4354.73
. Expense 4198.S7
Now what does it cost to riun tile town
We find included in this $4198.87 the sill
of $400,00 paid for the Singley lot, bough
to widen Main Street. and inl roun~d numn
bers about $2:50.0 of past (ue( indebted
ness paid by the present Council. De
ductingathese two amounts we have $3548..
S as the amount spent during the ilais
six anld one-half mioniths. upon thle samli
basis of expense it will take ill roii
iniubers8 4570.01I for tile year's expenses
InI round numbers we have from til(
Clerk his estimate for receipts for bal
ance of term $1700.00. thiis added t<
aloult already received of say. $-t50.0:
makes an agg'regrate of *6050.00, nol
one dollar of which is from the license fo:
selling liquors, or from the special tir
tax, this latter being levied and appliec
specially to the credit of the tire depart
Now of this $6050,0:) ree.-ived as reve
nue from the town 8I50,00 is from th
tax of two mills lev:ed on the re-al anm
personal property within the to:-por:att
limits. at an asse-se-(h1vahmtation of $ .2 5.
(0).00. An lincrea-e ef one mill !a:
wouldlrar:ise $1 t-5.00. whicht addetd t<
the pr sent r.venue voul 1 mtak"e: a r .ve
tnte of $:.2:5.03. A two mill tax addi
tional would make it $8.0 .0 .
The present Coe:lcil wiih the flood
and fires of the ye"a:" have had to mete
their shire of extra-ordinary expens:.
sulch as fail to the lot of every coeii
Still from their exhibit of expenses any
one (:Lin tmake his own caicu1la:i.Il 01
how small an almunt of revenu.- wo:ul-l
ha.ive to be raised by in(rea:ed tixati:.n
shoil I the town go dry and not hav
anyl revenue froim thl iqujior lic'ns.
Anid it would he Weil just here if w<
shouhl take an economic view of thi:
s"tle of lignor from a ditterent s:and point
In 1879, from a compiled retu:n m:t(
with the c-)u-ent of the R.R. a uhoritie:
of th. receipt- at Newberry by R. R. o
spirituous and fermented liquors, thie
sales of liquors, wine, beer and etc. it
the town for twelve months were $125,.
001),0 . Now if no license k gra:te"d fo
this absolute loss of $ 25,000,00, and yol
are asked to pay an additional one mnil
tax of $1.::25,0 I is it anything ii comnpar
ison to die saving to be made, to spent
one dollar and save one hunidred dollar:
to the communltity? Should "No Li
cense'' be silccessfuil Oil Dec. :ird. thi:
town and coamty during tile next twelv
morn:hs will hlave tile pleasure of saving~
or consuing in food, clothe . and th
various comlforts of life, this 0 Ie Hunl
dred1 Thlousand Dollars. And there ia
not a business mail, a professianal man
a mechanic, or a (lay laborer in tile towvn
but will have someI of that $ 25.000,00
now utterly thrown alway and wvasted
passing thlrough his hands amul lodgin~
in hlis par.se, and tihe smnall ::dditiona
tax he may have had to pay wvill hb
imny, manyfl times returned toi him ir
Now, Mr. E litor, in the ali ove calcn
lations we take no nlote of the Fire De
partment debr, that is arranig.d for by
speCial tax. and likewise w-* have sa<
not'thinig of tile Opera Hou1-e . lbt. foi
that i- ever* pai I it must b . byi.e impoa
sitioan of a sp -eial tax, for s a far th'
gratiing of licent~set a non-e enable<
0our townl aui hlorities to pay i J1. liar 01
clie principal of that debht.
The above estinmates are taken frota
the revenues of the town, as they hay
been collected for the present yuar, with
out any increase of street duty, and wit]
a view to 110 increase of revenl.e ex~cep
that derivedl frolm the present talxes ani
thleir appliegtion n1ade only to the 01
dinary yearly expenses of the town.
For the Hferald ania Nes:
PLEASANT WORDS FROM NE
BUPFALO COUN'rY, NEBRASK(A,
Novemlber 18th, 1884.
Dealr fUerald an<d News:
Ill your weekly visits 1o this regii a
PrairHe and Bluffs you bring:: pleasan
reinder of Southern homn s and flire
sides. The halppy acclamaiition's of wel
conme to Uleveluand with wvhleb your co)
nmna ring are heartily r'espoaaied t
from tis aInd adjacent cocntips of N?
braska. Thle political fee'ling throtgi
out tis State has waxed hot and stroni
The Republicanl element doinalu)tltn
through so many years has naturall
Impressed itself strongly upon the ni
growing generations. For theea eason
thle triumph of the Democracy in tal
portion of the State caused faelings C
surprise to all interested in the electiot
One year ago many persons in the smal
ler towns of tis State were afraid t
avow their Democratic sentiments, h<
cause in thus proclaiming their opinionl
they would run the risk of '1damagin
their business interests," or in othe
cases of "losig their situations." Tu
staunch believ'ers in the trile party, hiow
ever, worked like giants day a;d nigh
to aitain their object. It is needless t
saLy that those who put their shiouldem
tO tile whleel with the greatest imu coul
claim at least a remote kinship with Sa,t
thern blood. To this immediate neigi
borhood thanks are duIe to the work an
inthuence of a young Maryhmlder, n
working for remauneration vor for oflice, bt
for the siecess of that party to whic
his fathers belonged iln daysgane hby,.
demonstration made by the roully ciat
hard-working farmers two weekt ag
in this county, stirred within R.-publica
breasts feelings of anxiety su -h as h:av
nlot been felt before in the State, a i
very justly too, for no such demonet,'n
tion in favor of Democracy has evt
been made in Western Nebraskai.
Many surmises of failuires and p)ani:
are exp)ressed anmongst timorous peopha
and the "tightness" of money is con
plained of. As the crops have been ric
and bountifuIl in this portion of ihe Wes
1n0 fear neced be felt for the communlliit
at large regarding those sound comnfora
necessary to man andl beast.
As this is merely sent forward to i'tta
with you1 a1 hlzza for Clevel:and and HTei
dricks, I will say good morning, wishin
to the HERALD and NEWS b*bon royage.
!:l have used yr4ur oectgral nyrulpt *<
seydrad 'months and tindl it thie best Iha1
tried ii igjany years in Croup, colds<
. Pruoerty, 8. d."
FJI,I AND LA1. I
TItNKS. VALISES AND SAT-rc
lHATS AND CAPS.
AnI a General Stock in Varietv too
PRICES THAT DE
CALL AND Cc
AT 'T'IE OLD IF
P). S.-Country Metr;dbants will ti.
Stock. It will save thein Imon v.
Now,% is tile time to prepcI r:
Banan1,111aS, Cocoanuts. (
Apples, Figs, Peanuts, Ra
t - Orders filled with di
! _-.-- - List
Of subscribtrs to Herald mid News whc
have p:t i taring the mont: of Noveiber:
NAhES. r11> To. AMEuNsr
Col. G. Cannon, Nov 1"8 $' I
.Joe. Dtuncan. Ma-c' 25i"3 I.(:(
.1. L. Oxner. Nov17-:4 Iu'
P. o.w. Setzle-r, Ja~ $$ .:
W. W. Siarnumer, Jai 5
H 11 Folk, No $5 '
.1 J Kible.r, 31a" , r, 1 It
G .1 ( hupilaan. M tc z'5 1."
.1 "J.a.t. . 85 .
D B Cook, lc 27.51
W D le.tgiu, Nov 1-84 St
A 51 It e.ler. May 1 3 2.u:
Ja s Lest--r, Jun -< %
Mimis C~.I-autn. oV 1 S:
W. H. V,l'iv Mla) 19.85 2.In
Miss Salli H!obbs, May 2u-s. I.,'.
J . it1-. ..ierzon. %p1 4-5 2.V
A 13 'ion, J)rr."1 .1"K
it.-v W J : angston. Oct 9'. =:K
f 3rs .\ Whitnery, A1) 5-.u
M rs. F. Werbr-r, ,%p1 3118.5 1'
J. Waiki.s, .Jne 2:1". 2x,
T. W td. t1
T.'"iitursb, Jn1s 2(
D' V erts. .a L"5 U
J M W heeler June 3u-:c 1.i,t
' H Kenpson. %ov,4
WIM Wilson, Feb27S8 5(
Ivy Cromter, Nov 984 5(
J P Sen-, Due 2-s2
J 1' Sims. March Ls-v 2.u
It IV teese. Jan 27.83 2.(K
IRe-v G. %I Boyd, Jan 1.86 3.0t
M A Fellrrs. :1I118-8.0
D 31 Cro,son. Feb 2G s5 2.5(
f. H. Boniware, Oct 184 2.O(
J. J. Atniick. Nov584 10O
Jaob V icker, Nv 3-55 2(p
J L Atc,ison. :l % 2(
FrtHerald and News.wh
'fle Dvin inuPcilon. ChitAnUNTie
all he pwer n oiprve co .nii
iwpie, ad pan mo-a ob .0aio
ress u.onyou on .i-ch 1YO5 ow tc
God,you Chrchar h to Soi .y,t
Home r, Jdas-i ray yor85 a.
Tilefriedso Teper:c appeal .c
Churh. s pofesin Chri3ti85 tc(
unite iiacton.on pav ie wa5 2.or
gret mralrefrm tnn th-s4 com0i
I eanot ouweig th ausn of-8 1.ora
of reeineoutw Jgh ne 80-85i!l ion5
5nach FrMarh 29-a5v.(
lir. uth , ureJand 27-8 moh. t
Dumol , T'nn. A thpllow85 5.at
'-1wa nleedForoor th ree anw
aTe Divine anjndIcaon, Chesas
ofreds berry,presete bithel ot pyusita
aln the powermnt wih ertide o mmshan t
otplesa rendplien ora obcliasion
gien uin o ; ne bmyfinds y owfelt
were bcyour dehurpton and 1toa Socity tclh
orcoeyt Lat Janory's s iondued ta
frome oaJudtli beta yors Tbs
te irt h loa bote-ad cie forc Rm banc
T he tori esand tehu of einpel
youan rut toyGo and onr dut to.eo hei
Chsn. aswirftseig, Chostns tc
uitey inaton nnd fro t .he wayaor anI 0'C
great o mo reformtion enh tis na com
ealty oteg te- ques in ofrali.
ity, or' a re heon nowreolad thelum qu e
oftt reverme onwegh a- commseiedtkin de
pu bein elf 01 rihtle on teu reod than'
evrane~ds of God, thssvdnvCROLd,A
Unasilthed Fro s,the Grave.
s. eah ci , Turne and her mter..c Mr sl
metas to the meriisof w peiic. o,Pae 3, rsu
tsite ta ul broke do nm teonbth n
Sagentithe g.ad I beame hag~selprlesas
~ "Idthi b-etialf fromsi r .' inoet bc by m
'frc it a theataediv the best ~ pyiian
ih h cunity aprwiathd en of Prceshn th
otherl ca redsfor prsnt we sestInw
g hirnents to doing myrond.ili ysnerir.g
seeral beowndes.Thn, anehd losty aloi
aont ieovry alpsoth anutry. wa sced WI!
tryd Switablpie wshoulgrced al pamphn
fromte Iompanyelletaimn Exp erites Th
crs harf dor bo.eshad theo efuo o urn
hopae to syheowt and hae whougto ork,n we
tahard huot jyarndly ghies to lare ueccld
- [tay shld up aeet-diaed ; an sengt '
ahan-otured bandes i etot hein away it
house or. it' Speothe dvane-ty c
nothin, ntohe ge fo the grve, an ti donc~
0 agntw uo toi devotels tnngh oroly his a
0 ent t i Mais. &a Co. Tuaraa- .
kipl now thain directionhs hae miy dager~
hir,e nwtapsc t.hot explain alookingbu oe
ber par ativwl be en. fre tnod th t w
deer he r ; tci full ss.vdr y hil.
' "ll he ay rom MaIsI.'PE"Dyx
Hm'Cou Tyupn. I a a1. ug88. r10.
'ofaa you hlo and i n oeryshs donl
Tax wm Sxotc., onria, ss.nt
Itl 2a 5 thats ua ote,r o w yt
agetfr the reatio pu~blishing hote of Genrg
1(not th1 theyoalway gthe the pukbli ghc
whibct s prodyapruaed neat' pricsth:
(Callgca afyrd, At prent we1~ol 1-nerstn
methei a:rns a doul n woderrull welal o
fo ecusar , folds,rs tnon C. ud
R Y ILA S S v A R E .
1 R''. I'- E AND CARPE'iS,
teliout o nenLion. all of which is of
FY CO rIPETITION.
1.\E,:1 1.Z111'N T (. F
.1 it. to :t 'v:a.t:_t. to t"x:unin. my1
) -t,ber 16.
S T V RY WEEK.
)1':t11: I::; 't ( 1-;ICS ,15 . 1lt" 1 lltalt.
t N I.'!rr.
1)iLt. t rlRT& Co.
Tiie .\ .:--nlt't:al aill Mechatical As
rin t:ntt i t the Conrt lloui-e onl
)I ,:ulay. No"thtin;" d.-tilit.-" w:t1 dlon:. An
taj->nr. n i -ttin1g is calie<d f:r Dec. 15.
Ti- F.rIib Quarterly Conference for
Kiital's- irentit. will convetne at lhope
wtll t'h:::-h on -:tttrday before the first
mitn(laV -. !)t"1en erat 11 o'cloek. A. 31.
W. H. ARIAIL.
\t-.n Kit:Y C. H. -. C.
;I *a. fa 'ter- tor week end -tc.
Nov. 2 -' I:
Btler, Jt: i L;snehore. L J
lirowtn. 11 - 11:ra t Nurtee. Willis
D r;a:t, t Su-ie Itoof, .tultn
Girlin.o~ .Itno P 'I'h'mt., Je'c P
Glen, I- "Vest, Mrs .- B
Gil-on, M e. Wicker, Be.eon
P,r'ie. t for '-r' or wil. p!eaie ny
Long,hso. L~ .J
0 t ti?l thW instant, by Rev. Luther
B, oa"111,, r. Brack. Davi; and Miss
Por. 1: , lSS4, at the residence of the
brie's - nrn,by Rev. J. E. Buhnell,
Mr. J,s- D. Loriek, oF Lexington Co.,
and Mis- C:arrie E. Singley, of Newber
Nov. 1:. 1984, by Rev. S. T. Hallman,
at the r(leiince of the briule's father,
Mr. Geo. Riser and MIiss Anna Chap
man, both of Newberry Co., S. C.
On the 19th inst., by the Rev. S. T.
H:illman.TJ. Calhoun Singley and MIiss
Anna 31. Coutlst, all of thi County.
Fre. :sehoois! Free Schools!!
Thbe Fru' schools ot' thist County operi N v.
10th. an :izto i't foreet that Cofield, Petty & Co.
keep e. lnly on hand all the books adopted
by th.e St:i Board for these schools.
Our s- of Stationery, Blank Boo0ks, Schooi
Boke Au-ographi and Photogratph Albums,
Picture Fr.:m'es Purses, and general Li'erature
Is comnple' . Give us a call and be convinced
Nov . . Conleld. Petty & Co.
If you -. ant to get a b>argain in Shoes
an'el II 'o to C. L. lInvin!.
Oc.2. 43. 12.
Of Int:-r:- t to the Patrous aid. Pupils of
Ifvoni w% -toI purchase to advantage Text.
hookc g. 8:. Satchels. Wr iting booke, Pens,
Pencil. 1 . &c , &c.. in fact anything needed
in a Seoo roomn, calfl on Co8eld, Pett & Co.
And verything cise in plenty and for
ch, low. at
PELHAM'S DRUG STORE.
To an; body who has disease of
>throat or~ lungs, we will send proof
that Pi-o'. Cure for Consumption has
e ue h ae complaints in other
* E. T. HAZELTINE.
~I Dei Oy Warren, Pa.
B URN A M'S
5 tandard Turbine!
Is the best constructed and
fllnoistt,lves bet ter perCen
*ar. >epower. and Ia
AolcigSbe jge. tsOsloy, por
horse power. thtan ainy other
II Turbine in the world. MNew
pamptalet sont fre. by
Purn nan Briose YORK. Pa.
Sept. 5 89.
A Pir Family Medicine that
i Nver Intoxtcatessi
P'arker's Ilair Balsam is dnely perfumed and
n swra ed to prevent fallingjet ttbejair and
e toremoe dadrufanditchiog.
. HISCOX & CO.,
l(13 W'aillians saroee. New York.
50c. in $1 slzes, at all dlealers In medicines.
t G resaving iu buying dollar size.
Mason & Hamnlin
ST**Es OR CANSo ag,
d Hi;.thest onors at all great. World's Exhibi
e in o seventeen years. Only American
e Orgn a :watrded such at any. For cash.easy
paty ment or rented.
presenti .a Very Highest Excellence yet at
tatinii s.uch inistruments;. adding to all
previou, im provemnents one of greater value
than any : securing most pure, refined. mu
sical ton. andI increased durability: espe
cialily a - . iding lIability to get out of tune.
.1 Illustr:*ni cat iogue free.
r MASON & HlAM LIN ORBAN AND PIANO CO.,
t Boston. 2 Trement St.: N. York. 46 E. 14th
e S .: ChIcago. 149 Wabash!:Ave.
Oct 1" 4
rostege. and we will mail you free, a
r LP vat.~ ubeosaple bond of gooni:
lng wtnre --one'y in a iesr dayse thann you uVSr
Ituarge a.bia or ay h-h.tiis Cipln not
-..~ seei. Y&.u on live et tla... ,t.i woraK 54
papua. 'ine oly, or all the tlime. A ll ni'both
to *.5 .. P:ar.-fi vr- evenfsi That til
who..w..w..0k sar' n-l.i it-- bu..in'-.. wo
n fot .,:; .w i*i 41 wa will's--uel *11 to nay lot
?oIh a s .e Il wrlti'eat . Iuta p-ti Iaeaanr. I. '
r.tt o -.a.nt t r . . liaamen.a, I y a ha
Iluh r.r all who~r itat a on. I.'
- dle A.unsa90.54%& Ca 'ulad.M n
ft R ~ j aG D~dOJ 0,'i N11
D. C. FLY NN,
Af:er six weeks Stn i I the I arkets has retured wii.
the ;T'A RT 141 NG ;lnd 1 L' i1 N( AnoointIherIt :hat lw
has bought (Iois aG
and is determined to seli themlt ;lccordinglV.
If there still lingers the faintest doubt that the far seein:
judgment. the many y':ars' eXp)erience a)lnl the ullfailing po(
er CAS H have secured for FLY-NN a position in a,lvance
of all Ct)oIml)etitors. a brief inspection of goods and comparistin
of prices are the only tests nec(-ssalry to convince the most in
Cur constant 'i In is to uppl our frien 1 and' patlr'otis with
good honest goods at prices that leave
COMPETITION IN THE SHADE!
Our efiorts heretofore have been appreciated by a discrimi
nating and intelligent public, anld our past success enables us
to continue the good work in.l do even better than before.
We are now prepared to show Goods (which is no trouble),
and to sell them at prices that cannot fail to please the great
est disciples of economy.
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY, COME WEAL
O[R POLII0Y I1NFLEXIILY DETRNMD.
Defies the fates themselves,
Organizes his vast resources, and
Meets the coming tide of unnatural
competition with a barrier of yet
Unheard of Prices !
JUST A FEW NOW :
3-4 Shirting, - - - 3.1 and 4c.
7-8 " len.dale and Piedmont, Ec.
4-4 Sheetings. - - 51 and 60.
Bleachings, -. 5, 61, 7, 8. 9 and 10Oc.
Good Calicos, - - - -30 yards for $1.00.
'' " - - - 2)5 " " "
Standard " - - -- 20 " '' "
Best Brands, -- . - 16" " "
Jeans from - - - -l1c. per yard up.
Heavy home made Jeans. 35c. per yard.
Good Feather Ticking. - - 15e. per yard. -
12-4 heavy Counterpanes, - $1.25.
Beautiful Marseilles Quilts, Cheaper than ever before.
Al Prices to 8utteTms
Children Shoes, 35c. up.
Misses " 50c. up..
Women " 70c. up.
Men's " 90c. up.
Time and Space do not admit of de
tailed quottins of' everything. All that
is necessary is to give F LYN N a call
and satisfaction is guaranteed.
C. .T. PURCELL. Manager.