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TIUI SD AY, DEC. 4. 18S4.
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* gures opposite their n'me% ,nce~
they see that their subscriptions h:.ve l
exo-red, will pease remit the sum due. Z
this paper tma be founCt on ilf at (ett. t"
a..well & o' s N-w-i-kne"r Advertisi, I;tt ;u
r.-ni (Its -prue.- ..) wh're a,vertisinr c-n- S
tr,'*tr tnHr *t* 'nxhn if..r t in N\*w v..rk
Mr. L. S. Rower, poutna,ter. at Pro:perity Et
our authorized a:tent at that phiee
1.i-t Satt:r lay mornin:r, M'. W. T- ad
'r:g','t. after : protratevd i!I esz, "I
tr e this life in the 5th year of his n
i- wa pre!ceded to the grave but im
-hort tite by his wife and IWo chil- to
re:. Mr. Wright was a devot e ! mnm- Tl
ber of the Baptist Church. Three (hilt- C
ren survive him. It was tottehig to see th
the tablet erected at RoseunontCemetery au
to mark his last resting place, while yet ar
Major John Kin_ G. Nance died last so
Monday afternoon after the brief illness p
of a di,. in the 44th year of hi- :,e. He pe
was elosing his bookz as Auditor for R(
tIis County in order to turn them over sa
to his successor, when the -unutnons M
Cante. Major Nance was a gallant Con- tht
federate soldier. and shortly after the Gc
-oinotion of Captain J. D. Nance to $6
C"lonedley of the Third South Caro- to
Regintnt. he became Captain of In
nitt"lt Ritlemen. Co. E., and did th
serc'ee until the war closed, some liv
bef"tre which he wa promoted to nI
ik of M3:j >r. A widow and seven ke
u survive the loss of a devoted Hl
1 and father. W<
o time of going to press 452 votes set
polled. Interest was intense. The l
t using every effort to errry their ends. tI
A full vote likely to be polled. Result a.
dtoubt,ul. Tle m:tjor:ty will not be gr
large either way.
Be Particular tis
When remitting mioney to give theat
name of your postotlice address. When
vi.hing to change your address please lie
particular in giving the name of the R
office you wish to change from as well as
that you change to. In this doing you
will save us much trouble and insure bu
your having a correct acknowledgement. .
Holidav Goods of all kinds for chil- G
dren and adults. at
S. B. JONES'. S
Where our Members Are. to
S. Pope is a member of the Committee Bi
on Privileges and Elections and of the 04
Medical Committee. 0. L. Schumpert Ii
is on the Ways and Means Committee.,
and the Committee on Education. W.
I). Hardy is a member of the Couuuittee
on Roads Bridges and Ferries. also of la
the Committee on Colllnltnrec and Man
ufaetres. No (hairmanships having
been assigned any of our nellers in the
House. t -
Christmas is coming and its Head- Ti
quarters will be at S
S. B. JONES'. 5o
Masonic Election. to
At the regular monthly meeting of
Amity Lodge. No. ST, A. F M.. held at
Mn-onic Hall, on the 1st instant, the
following officers were elected for the
ensuini masonie year :
N. B. MArtzyck. W. l.
R. W. Boone, S. W.
Otto Klettner, J1. W.
M. Koot, Jr., Secret ary.
P. R. Duckett, Tiler. T
Tjhe lnstalblaion of ofleers will COllie
o.f; on the 1.6th instant, on' which ocea- be
stoon the Senior and. Junior Deacons and an
the Stewards will be appointed. hi
All kinds of Toys, and Faney Articles au
to be found at de
S. B. JONES'.
The Herald and News and the Ameri- TI
can Farmer. 0::
Many of our subscribers last year on
avail--dt themiselves of the chatnce of get- $4
ti g the llERALD AND NEWS, together p~
with thle Amnerical Farmer. a sixteen y
page agricultural miagaz.ine, at our rcegu- ol
lar su'>seription price-Tu-o Dollars! Tim Ja
sanw' otYer it,u aiii male. The prIce of TI
the hER.ALD AN!) Naws is $2. th9 Fer- mn
mer is $1, :md we give thle two to all wn p
pay their accounts to the IfERAL:> 1 b
full to d:te, and take it for another year-.e
This is a very liberal offer, and is only st:
made to tho-:e wh'o pay for the year. Let (dC
us have your names a't one.
Hobby Horses, and Shioo Fly Horses,
Slow Ho>rses, and Fast Horses, at
S. B. JONES', d
*Thanksgiving~ )asy. a
Thursday last wias genter,dy o!-s.rvedl su
ats a Cay of thianksgiiBng f ptoiise; almo5t he
the entire business portioni of our com a
mnunixv eased from their latbors the ce
Lunthe~ran church in wvhich sercees were wi
had was early tilled with j deou au,ll- lo
ence, the ser~mon being prearhed by the
Rev. J. A- Clifton, asisted by Rev. yc
Broadus and Holland. In the botne of
our cit izefl the mid-day mneal was~ a feast
in w hieb Ki tm Gobblr fo.rmzed the l.'d- fl
ing feature an rd the prini: upal dish, whldeh fo
nlo doubt the royal p,lumt p'ddinitg wvs w:
likowise prom~lit'ent wvirh~ tmay. It was th
a~ thanksgvng(lday such aa hais not been ki
peld in a long ;putaber of yeats.
Candl1es, Confectionery, plain and fan- he
cv at 8, B. JONES'. us
The crowvd int towti on Monday3 W co
large. T'e follow ing are the legal sales -
The Mater sold 'he Crotwell Hotel to
Mr. J. A . Cro. w for $7,000. Hie rented
a tract of lanu in E dgetleld County con-P
rnining 300 acres the property of ..ilian dk
Ic ikings to Mr. Joe. J. Jenkins for $50, ta
The executors of Henry Koon deceased St
sold the following property :Houseal fo
tract. 179 acres to JTohn Brooks for $900 ;e
Sligh tract. 1.S acr-es to J. W. B. Lever a
for $90 RuZY tract. 372 acres to T. M,s
Lake, trustee. 61500; Campbell tract, W
187 1-2 acres, to T, V. Wicker for $700 ; an
hIome tract. 480 acres Thos. N. Lake, iu
trus5tee, for $2,200, House aLnd lot itn town dt
5 acres to Mary E. Lake 82,410, Counts bl
place 166 acres, to Robt. T. Reagan for ~
$530 ; two shares of the capital stock of t
the Newberry Agricultural and Me-l:
eh-anical Association to Geo. S. 3lower. d~
Several other sailes were tmade of horses te
and mules, etC.. by private partnies, The
Shetitf' sold somie cottoni.
Canned Goods. Preserve-, N t-, Crack. he
er;. &~c., at f
S. B. JONES'. at
Mr. 0. Kltettner, one oft otr yomla d(
taking wholesale orders for tine cigars, bc
happened at the Exchange Hotel onb
thautkgivintg e;ay, and after paitakinig Iis
and deeri -s was old b.y theprri-p
tor.Cap Whie. when .. wtnt to pay fa
for his nt-at thl:ti in- lhe drun tnere~ had fo
fed him for three hultInh-ed das t waS t
his pleasurte to fed th.-ms one day; :n.d hn
thIs'hte roy:ally did. el
We elloi the followving pileasaint notice, th
from the A bbeille .Vsmenger, whose ed- Tp
Itor M, L. Bonhami Jr., Esq., is well th
hu)own in New herty,
Te Ne'eherry paliin, state thaut wvork thi
e. ; f.tty will -oont beg1i, Newv
re i,. ha of anty town of Ins iA
sin :ithe u-mtry. It has a faa- w
o a ta:nk. tw.o ut<t-chIs hotels, a cob- a
d'e d per houwi--and manyit of the
.. ilnesrt u-,inen houstes, it trade is p
.''t.an - : izen- arte hio)tneous an~d
"CAP a r.AL )t 1'S."'
Colunbi t i- tI.e - r.-' ~urtr.-s t~
e p.o;e St ::t .:i' w : o .t',:
h.- ? . tl , - - P --l 2
t I, -:.. : : . lTt_ I arn r-. -
:1ut-. .l--h.t1 et , . i.h I. :at itI
1 c;a --- of o)u r 1itiz :- :re wa:,tclI:
thi a Cit'- +-\" thie a-t 1ti f tlei
11a:ors and Rey-e' =t:aive- andl ar..
peetilng -iech l" gs .atio n :t- will hei -ti:
e varion.: intlus. ries of tIh - S::tt-. ''ht
is, otp:o-d la-- iy o .ew ien
rs, b-it, are i., nlp.:arau~ m n 11 0;
u..d jutlgmnt and well (,uailied to
mi. i:er the :!'i:s of S:ate. Tet -es
mu pr mi e to b i a- exte,'di -gly busy
.. Al ea iv a .:ttlic eit ruiut.er of
por:ant mnt"asure- have le' a pr".t -(l
keep th"-m busy u.itil the Ilohtlay.
u' Rail it> al; The Lien Law; The
ml:ti e '':i su,.v Li:; 'I'th RKtvision of
r T'ax L w : t h.'1taii 1o:oa Cunii-,
d the complet:on of the S.ate House
: aiong the qluestion. that will comi
tnd the attention of the Housw for
lie time. Radical changes are pro
sed in ,one of these. There i' a bill
idi:n to reduce the number of Rail
i( Cotlissioners to one, and that his
arv b paid by the State. S.u:itor
tul~diu gave noicie of a bill to reduce
Salarv of the A'juta::t an(d I:1siector
-neral to 12ti.00 and his clerk to
).00. Mr. Haskell a bill in the house
increase the S dary of the Atljt. and
spector General to $:100.00. From
P present outlook thi: gs will be very
ely during the next two weeks. Our
3mbers are at their po,4ts working to
ep abrea-t with the Fathers of the
)use and Senate, and I am sure you
>uld not thiuk it was their first expe
ice in L "gislative bodies were you to
them moving forward as the most
pt"rienced of the body.
SenatorSligh is a mrmb.r of the "Con
ttee on Comuerce and1l Mianuf.tettres,"
d ehairmatn of "Committee on E:t
s-ed Bill.'' Repit-senita;ive. Selin
rt-memiber "Comnitte, on Ways am(i
-ais," and ".Cotnittee on EetcA
m, (S-c page 4th, Special Commit
:s.) Popc--Conmit tee on Privileges
d Eleettots," "Me-dical C,"mmnittt"e."
,rdy- -.1 Rtoa:is, Bridges aid Fer
,Colm: ree or llanufacture-.'
-reseathai e Pope ha- alrea-.lv in:ro
ed: A Bill -to litit the ant1tt of
u.l"-d L. .d. bted"iess of railways now
ildi..g or hert after to te built;'' A Bill
o fix the timet" io - the hIol!itgof Courts
the Seventh Circuit, so 1:r as the
me relates to the Cou..ty of Newber
;" all of which were referr-.-d to th.
uer voutnittees. A Bill to limit at
,teV-' cos:s i,t cases of reference b:
?e 'Clerk-, Ma-ters or Referees;' A
1l to repeal Sections 2;:, ):23, 239:,
RI. 1. 2, :1 and "4.)4, relating to the
ei Law, :tid all Arts aiendatory
,e:tator IIap:n1t0 i sulcessor 1.1 the U.
Senate will be cl:tt-d by he Legs:
:re i: j i it am: cn1ily to-day or o: tle
['ne tile for the Election of a succe
r to J:d...e Kersh.tv a..d Sltpt., P'el)i
iti.irv, Lips,oti has not been timed.
,e wil1 tlt ub,tle-s, a= in th- case of
na:tor HIaip:o::, be their own -ucees
Pope one of a spee:al Joi't Ctmmnt:ttee
wait 11p1ot the Governor anld tind when
would suit his ExcelleicY to arrange
e the nuguration cereinie-.
The McD.iniel S:a'tder Suit t-rmiin.ated
a verdict for Mr. Bruce ih. ltieutlabt.
C. S. Court, Supreine Court an(1 Court
General Sessions are still i.i session.
ruits of all kinds. Flavoring Extracts,
.at S. B. JONES'.
his is the spirit that we like subsri
sto tnanife.t. I.itead of becoming
gr with the ptublishter for 'endling
iu aL21 noileationi of his indebtednes s,
r-co:ize-- the juistuless of the d. mland
d sends us $1, with an apology for his
Dear Ieraild and News: Tour circu
ereceived, and I regret mty remissness.
e fact is I have not looked at the dat~
my paper, and forgot entirely that I
ed yon an:ythintg. Plea-e yhteeC the
enlcie Na myl credit, oneO hialf for
st inidebtedness :tn-1 the other for one
ar in advancie. Your Iitention to cut
'i myrnae with others on the 1st of
unaryt', is ai thi'ig (-lannot sibimit to.
te HIer:ld and News is invalu ible to
I andI 14 wort h tuiore thtan twice the
ice aked for- It, a d ho.-e any sutbscri
rcanl get a2:gry andi say that you t i.
l:ar is severe is more thtan I c-ant utder
tad. If I 414 so) againi, jutst repeat the
Yours truly. - -
[E,-ret is aL correspontdei-t of a totally
rfereu t cha:rhteter, showing v-ery cl-arly
it tere a:e "mt-u of diIY-rentt minmd<,
weli of birds of varitou- kida." Th'ii
bscriber ai-u received aL circutlar, antd
too is iin atrtear5 for one yeair, but mn
disgrtltd sirit, lie gets him a one
ut postal card, andit writes upon it,
Zthout -euiding theC amount dune as fol
ur paper anly ioniger, I dotn't want it.
hiort atnd sweet, a-id wi hout the pr
.dear," n-r the word "please" be
~ te s:op, evidently shiowinag that lhe
me i:t', We would hiave overlo..>ked
two umhions.t5 if ha had o::ly
ith!v 5sento us iL8tange that he only)
mtinkso stopping it,pagiig stran;ge
t i les< true. How muceh better had
remiitted g, thou he need not do Ig -
u hn he~ r:,mi- to tOluIl.
The $est IBrand of L'lgar, andl Trote
Sat S. B. JQ-NES'.
We copy with pleasure from the Bridge
rt (Coun.) Stanldard the following well
erved compliment to our young and
eted friend Miss Annie Hfurd, of
ratford, the youngest daughter of a
rmer citizen ~of Newherry, The sub
t of the painting we remiember well,
d the antiquity as well as singular con.
-uetion of the building render It well
>rthy the attention of the young and
complished artist. ThIs paragraph stira.
a tide of pleasant memorIes of the
vs spent in old Stratford. Its yoneira
and sturdy elms, its remarkable
ietude,ts grassy lawns and side walks,
wide streets, its water frontage, and
t but not least, its hospitable and kind
r-llers, occupy a large place in~ our es.
TChore is a painting in one of Brew.
ar's art windows, on State street, which
-ery pleasing to the eye. It teaches a
ton which those wh-io are painting
m copies, and are hloping for fitiue as
tists, may well take to themselves. To
a good subjects for the canvas one
s not neeri to visit foreign lands, or
me Paris salon, or even leave the
undaries of this rugged nutmeg state.
it here at home may be found all that
required to satisfy the eye and form a
riking object for any collection. Thc
.inthig referred to rep resents an old
shiond honmestead ini the town of Strat
rd. It is partly hidden by trees, and
e ancient ingles at its sides seema to
ve moss on them. The antiquated
lnrstands as if proud of its more
an c'entury of ompanionshlip with
eehns wheli are old Stratford's glory.
te handling is such as to impress oue
at he is looking at real sunlight. The
iage, trute to lft' seemls dr-ooping. un
-the influeuele of intei:se heat. 'The
-tist is 3Niss Anuie Ilurd, of Str-atford.
a pen door- in the house and an open
inolw through w hich gimutpaca.of treens
id rh gran ini ta garden at the rear,
-o caught, show how fr-ithfully the
ite' art has beeni applied. Miss H urd
aviwel feedltouid of thlis product oif her
nhndMr. Cali: Curtis hxer in
r -uctr no doub~t alld n o:w andW !Lth11,
Va driou: ; 11 .t: AI,o.at.
Dr)i. hl.I^ jintownt F I vy--:, r 't
it I.-, I (-.. n '' or lix li: iit '- a
I a . t.n -e (;ii A: : -! N '
- , .. k : ft'w (Lt. .tgo w:tll n111a1
Ani elte1tion onl tht" que",tion of lit en,e
or no licen,e was held in Laurenu on
We r"tirn aceknl deenl l.cts t"I Gov"
er:or 'T'hoiipstotn for a copy of li, iii. -
sag.e it I amph jle:.
Govt r It r Clelaiil h:s 1Iecilh d to
h-"t id in h0. tesi.l:tii:I :as Gover;lor of
New \Ytrk on the (::h of .J:anitar.
Chri:,tinas i- near ait hM-:11. mal the fat
:1:111 hetty tobtlehrt' strins in the vardt
without tlought of his fate.
I)r. S :wake ani Mr. T. P. Lane have
retur!lel fron Charleston where they
had gone wvi:h a fiue lot of beef cattle.
An 1"xqti-ite a-o:"tl -it of Christmas
and New Y,ar',Cards at thel.-raldl B ok
Stetre. The pricv, as low as t\uo for a
Chappell, is going to have a drug
store. The goods that arrived for the
purposes of starting were two barrels of
whiskey and one keg of beer.
"The home of thouglt and p:d-tee of
the -oul" is Ihat port'o; of a mn t's
frame which is t"overeI by that withi
the b:trltr d li..,hi in shetaring.
Thanksgiving day was mote g,'n rally
ob.er\tved 1tn Netrh rry t:a 1 ever befttie.
Our p oplt ri-.~ze I fully tt- c:t:it,t for
tha-ksgiving and pr.ti,e. Every tore
There were no services ill the Metho
di,t Ciinrch Sunday, a- the pastor, Rev.
A. .1. Clitim, wa- oil a vi -it to a frie:t
in Ala!)anla. Setvices n.yc be exp eted
tleCattglrin's II" 11 v:a- qgtite lIvely" on
NI n hay tight. Merry dancers below and
a :mleotc ine'ting above. Bit it w%a
too muhii ft r t" t-at. Ve.-r.ible as ei
is, it ti.quitetd ii:n.
'1'lie Methodist and Lutheran Churches
were both closed last Sunday. The eon
gregation at the Baptist Church was
large. the Pastor Rev. Luther Broaddus
Th'le Columnhia R?egi.st-r 4ay4 that tht.
lr -sident Iavi.g invit-d it to thia.:k -
aie las: Tli:rsd.ty ro;l-t i-sune Io p:tl.'
on Ft idav. We iike t.at e ienct mat.
If you cut the back legs of your chair
tno i :tc:e -horttr iih :u ti - frtt t. ml--,
i.-fa i'iu:- .f sitl ing w\i.1 b.- greatly le
Ii vet and the spiu:" p'a'es! i httter pa
"h r;"" ha- oni ni ni- t"i. -. far
mer. ,:. .o to :.11 ! o t i 'r it I"
.ei:tr.'. Ca , a .y cou t. heat that
for ts:ribn:iig tht" honors a:tnhog the
1-ro''e =i;-h ?
Th.titksivilg w\a. srived inV. Pr -
perity and all hu-iu.-ss as -sl,e. tlt d
and 'union "ervicvs were held in the
Luheran chllr.b, Rev. J. C. B )yi prtac"h
ing the sermon.
A schol-!iousis i:l p:ro:s- of (o't
struction at H.lena for the colored pet
ple. We hope it will not be long before
it is completed for them as they have
been coupelled to use the church.
Next Trnesd]ay is tixe-d by the Legisia
ture for the eleclionl of a U. S. Sena:tor,
to ;uceed S:nator Hampto.i. We pre.
sue thiere' will b- no oppo-itiotn to Gov.
eratr IIatm,ton being his~ own sucesso.',
Pitt good and secsmru loelks on your
ehikenl honlIes, for this is the seasoni
when the miidnight tienid do: h ;anute-r
around. Thie safest plan to adopt is to
take your poultry to bed with you.
ItIe vo:i heard th t Grover Cleveland
has been electied President of these
United S:.atts. Most of the p pers p,ub.
lished have ann,onnee-d the i'net, still
there is no harm in menltioningt it.
Captain Meredith took up on his train,
Tuesday abouIt 25 ct.i red s'uigrant s for
Arkasa-:. They were from about Peak
S.ato. We learn that on yesterdayil
Cpt. I-ages had about 20J from Co
We regre.t that the E,xeelsbsr an.!
P!ienakosmfianl Stcle. I of Newbierrt'
Ctllege have decidied i.ot to hold theuir
.sal1 aniyer-sarv ceh-br.s ione ditrng thI,
olegte year. We atlwaiys en)joy those
Triasl Justiue B3lease ital a colored
preacher before his ctourt ia-t Friday :or
Itrespas. Hie was f<.u td g'Ulty and
seatencd to pay a file of 85, or t ake 30
days in jail. Judge B!euse gave hlimT a
An election) in the eles of Greenville
and Spartaniburtg was held on Saturd4y
iat n the questionl of "Ge ense" or 'No
License." S;-artanrg gave a majoritry
of 4 fort 'unO license,'' w hile Greenville
gave a miajority of 'Li for Steiense."
The testimony in the Coinmbia Slander
uit of McDanilel vs, Bruce wastt conelin
dd last Fr'iday after claimilng the atten1,
tetion of tile Court for eight days anti
the argument w4is begn. A verdict was
rendered.'t Suinday' mlorninig for t.he de
Fersns w4nting wedding ou' party in:~
vita ions, ciran)hLr.5 cards, pilli heads,
Letter he'ads, handi hills or' any other
iws of print igs will di) wesll to tire 11
th-i work. We have a beautiful lot of
knds of woi5.
We are happy in being able to an:
oune the acquisitionl of a tirst cls
Jtb Printer'. De took othf his coat and
ured up his sleeves Mondiay last in this
ottice, and we are fnr'ther pr'par'ed to
xeteI any work entrusted to tas in
trst ra te st yle, and at rook bot tom prices.
Golden Day~'. a splen di'l wee ly illus
tted paper for boys and girls, Is for
sale at the Herald Book Store~ A large
numlbr of this beautiful paper insn
out free this week, and all wno receive
the paper' andt wish fturt her copies can be
Some of (mnr merchats are complain.
lug of the frequent c alls made upon thenm
t it on trial justicee's juries. One ,ol
on]' trial justices snggests that the Leg.
tusr provide for the appointmlent 01
election of twelve jurors for the town,
to receive a per dietu salary and htld
ofice for one ye4F.
M's. S. F. Chapin letureti on 'iTurs.
dy night in the oper a housl5e to a large
a'd appreciative audienmce. Sh'e Is t
oood talker and deeply in earniest in the
work of temperance, She spokt fot' onc(
hour and forty minutres without the
slightest appirent retstiessnes onl tihe
prt o' her autdience, On Fr'iday ntighi
se spoke in the A. M. E. c'hurch In'
gravel town to the ciolor'ed perspl.
There will be a hot supper at the resi
dce o Mrs. Dr. RutI on1 the vinsi1l
of the 10th. We do not know. btut wv
tink t is In aid ot the Methodiit Par
sonage. But thik wei do know, that the
noble and true-hearted wovusi wh<
shall be th Hoste-ss, will givi yon. gen
ti reader, sool iv yotu o-and we honp
you mn--.sjmwr t>lt M-t anti a hseartl
A oun. Ii. D. c :'.'. ;tt our ottice
fe ew ays ago w-tis a huta lftmh is. ge't?i
backs and a spriskii'g "t oh 'd t
wich he sunId he lisn'""s. to pay u hi
d dbtse hNewb -.r. H.- t;td M a lii i'
of the g -id ad -':aid to' wtotld. hsave
qarter of g. dutl:ar a,:] l. cv: ';t pite
wen his de:.t- were~ pa iy n othty u
I, -.ll. .n M r :h .:Ilte .
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! I1,. . \;.:, i.11.".u l . I h11- a '" I a- 1 1 a
l . in- i t- ii -
?It1t w II. e':-w-l i tl ,w el,-rk :at t-e
11r. I.. .1. .lonet ii rt"turned homer
Mir. Joihn L. liindeirson of Concord.
-N. C. is Visiting friends hiere.
lt -r-. A r.-W lIolli:lg-worth aid
.1a . 1 1- w ill s:I r ly. , t - 1-'I -rid I,
Wh r-.t to learn tii ir-. Er .m.-t
i I h i :II1 '.ta' Itilr I- i tll I lie " Iv p ri
of Ii. wte k.
W,- are hl:, to learn :at 3Mi.- Aunn*
(a e r.-v-ing, it h gh -lowly, ie i on
a d tag,er.,u ,ie:1 of illt,t. -.
St ki.eake 1r Si nfls La b -I r) -el'ee t'le
s.peaker ald all the o d otlic:-rs in h.>th
hou=e., have b)eei re-:Ippointell.
We are glad to learn that little Grace
Jones is gradually improving. She had
qu'te a protracted spell and at one time
was very low.
Senator Sligl i= chairm-iu of t:e colm
mnittee ou E:Igro--eil 3 11s; hI- i- also a
Iltullbhe:' of ti e comlliitie i.Ia Co.mu'ree
Jidg - Pr -,ley adjourned th i ext ra
te"rm of eoturt on Monmlay. II - left 1ihe
saime- day for L.ui-s to hold an txtr:
terlil at II it place.
Mr. G. D. Smith, of G;ean Spriu:-.
was in town a fLew days :"go. 1. looktrd
as natural to see hiu oa the Nol .-ea-t
eorner of t,llu0ott Ro'w, as if he wa- a
J. J. D.trliingtou, E-q., of Washing
toll, ). C.. Caie oil to atteil the fu:ne
ral services of his uncle, 'Mr W. T.
Vight, whi:cl took pl:ic. Su Ilday la t.
It i- his i tlutto.1 to itak" the two little
chliild ren of his tieceasvd 1 -Itucl on to
WVashlington wcithi him.
ir. J.tlr- M. NTa-h, who assisited in
I)r. Pelhamt's Drug S:ore t wo S ltiner:
ago WatS maruriedl at Pieto;i, O:.tario, on
the 27th, Oct. las: to 311- Anunie C. lien
ni gto.i of ilallswell. O.. MI:IV ("on
gratnlatiouN ith wi-hes for a lo:g scuf
'tiHE 'MIDLAND RAILROAD.
One :n-i-i iin(r"dued'i.--i:,v i-.de-ettving
of - i.'II I nile.Iluln o4n4 at C.uit III* 1"' i- Wide
-pre;:ul inlter,.-r th1 .t i ,- ht"-n cetettd inl it b.y
he dl- e-t "i'': .-. " I' th '' ' p l ,ptc - in re I..
-.-s m .mt,cr of the :t 'v-r-i emnlt -it the 1.-gal
.:i"t ,'- i ,innrodUe ion. I is tht h il in:ru
,Itt,.."i I:. Seniaror ;me'be, all te'ar-<-r
C.,tupalr of Sou It C..rolin:a and i tastefully
;it.I 1,. ct i il..ne r-IM.on. T i.curp utori
ir n,- pr..11. - i irn c.nl '1e .10-.eph i:. Hibert
., .. . ., w.h- 11 :lrl." R"i"rm nl n,
F F. . T ' -r, F. 1 W . i S A. un,
F .1 IVz r, G.o 1 . t1't ni'- J
t : : . I .A. C nr-n yIV, F S. i .l -I', 0. '
W.ile,. E . P.J.-rvey, A. N 1mii, C. P Pop
le .i i it, A. F C Cr inw"Ir. . F P.Inknin and
G. W . IgI, :n, such other perso:n- air :orpo
ruti.n, - a,. u+ av be a-"tOCiutedI "ith :'ht"th -
Tl'he e..ninv1l is authoiized to build tid
main :.in a r illo.id ext nding fim tie City
'1 (;r, ei.% i :e to he Ci-y of Chi-lc to1 ly the
mo-t eI"C and pr. c:ir:tblr rout'-, i.tr ily boy
way t' , iurrens C..urthouse and N.rWberrv
Coirthut e. i''; n:h tI:e Contieso o L..xington
and Itlil. I"- C.,lumbia, tittt,ught the Caon
Ti.- I Itiiei 'ii, Lexington and trangteburg
C1urt oU e'. d :hrunI the C i:n -e<4 01 .
I.,n, Bike'ey alndl Cnhrle--on to the Ci y
or CIwi"-"m. The co:mpny i gi'*n the
poWer it) ex %-aid the ruiltt d to ny'. point on
th- N'r h Carolin.:l boundairy ili as1 it may
de'' r.in e,
'T'lmi 4. a pi:a su,ai1 i to be 500i.000in l staalres
of' 31.00 eaIcih, with the j.riviles:ge mor i1crv ase4 toI
$4.U0-J.0U0J. I'llw c"mlp suvi 11 m ogancize " ltwui
SO.0.0 -hell li:.Ye b.-en i.-ub ?tr,ibi ti the
ei it I .ltock The compalIihny I- :.:v- the
purha: --, on n1, 4a., S earnl i p,il 1 i '40111144:14,!
Tl heIciIr:er Is to expIre uinle-s thei costruc
ionmat 01he rIm ihone1 la hal be comITi 4 et~ ht* i4It''
Dc.m4-.r 31, 188 41n14 copt erl lurre .l anu
ary 1,. 189.---Newvs andi Courijer, Nov. 213th .
jmor the lIerald uy:1 News.
We hlave had raLtuIs anid th.- farm1l'ers
lre bu-y putting iin small gLaih, and14 a1
large crop will he sown.
Mr. F. 1). Graham hias bl'e.? noulineld
tco hi bell folr over' six week *, au11 t wo
of hii childr" ' a-.d thy.'i' of his gran-fll
chilIreni ha:ve been dlowni' I 1144y three
week', llaki::g six il 1h1s hId) e. The
gran:lf-cildri'4 Lare helter, b'1 hils two
(hili rCi are -till colutlulll tin 1 heir' beds.
i-s J1 wei Cr'omler, whlo h u; h -en sick
thi-"- 1mo 1111 has gilt so a:- can: vIsit
her1 nearLl 4Leighlb.S1 but 12, f -lbi- y,-t.
g-. V. Nt Gr'ahamt 1ha1' 1 -.: dlown a
weik iln ht~ d.
i. Gra.halis i1.lae.
Th'Ie farm r' arle do.ie piekilig their
cotnl. a;uti 1.opS 4re a fQarl) beypr
than la.-t 'r. Iln this sectOtn eatigu1 $s
tiln.n 4 i-w ) Ii- waiutig for 1) cents.
Thjere wil; h-- two or three nmartriages in
ti~ sectionl ,oo :. Most of the freedmen
a 11:<' g'oing tm --1: w ~ithi the 5.Lihulelm
p ivys gaplw yeari. Tinles~ are hiaVd Ldowl
oe. 1'..11 tu.'lRey ll;p gp:ie to pats n.l
kucmn II, bult we h~op.- to live alnil expect
e: tel'r :lutes. MAfl-1.it
Rdar Carlislo, son of D. W. and II.
A'McCullough, united hhnr'lf withl
R$4 at 4- meeting at Tranquil Church,
aoncticted by Rev. Walter W. Summer
n the wyrit:'r. 'Edgar was regard~ed by
al who 'knew him as a goodi bjoy. I'e
was5 one of the best I ever knew. He
ws quiet, modest, unlassuunnilg, true
tnd kind. He was never known by dis
obedience or waywardness to b)ring sore
row to the hearts of his parents to whom
he was much dovoted. Bein:r the only
son, he was a companion to Tdls father,
accompanying him alnost ever'ywher~e
he went, The foud parents iss him
now, but realize that he is not lost, but
Igone before4 and entertain the' hope of
mneeting him again. ils conversion wais
one of the brightest I ever witnessed,
and his death was triumphant, I visited
him during his last sickness, and found
-im ready to depart, When asked 1f1he
loved Jesus; he replied-.LCertainly I
love Jesu;," Do you feel that Jesus is
with you in your suflerings ? "O yes, I
know He is with me.'' Do you remnem
er how~ happy you were at (4ur1 meeting
at Tranquil? "0 yes. I shall never for'e
get that meeting." Are you afraid to
die ? -No: I am ready to go when it is
God's will' to call mc.?? All was done
for him that possibly coul have been
done, by kind and attentive phiysicu :15,
-n aiianxious and loving relatives aLnd
friends, but God signalled him home.
what an argumen'tt iln favor of ohlr
religion is the happy couiversioni aIld
tiulIpanlt death of 'Edgar C, McCulb
lough '0 that all who readl tis may be
: s he vas. ready,
' W. H. AIAIL,
g'ree Schools! Free Sehools!!
rh Free Schools of' this Co41114y open N y.
10h, 1and4 do ' orget that Coflid, PettUy & Cu,
ep cosan ly onl j--uid all the books adapted
- y tp Stat-I luie. iut t!:hie schools.
tur mito'k or S::i:loccry7 ElaeD' book;.debol
Iso.pkL':. Givo LI- a cunil and bICeuonvinced
uv. u--45. Coield, hPetty & Co.
if youma nt to get a bargain in ShoeM
A lERIOAN FARMER
To all our Subshcri bers.
A:l our .:nh+-rib r= " hu will p:ay tler ,.uOcr i.n O ounts to this pn
ler i.l full to lat. andtl oue Var ill a Iva ..e. w.ll I pre?,ented
wili onle year's slbsc rip,tiont to
THE "AMERICAN FARMER!"
A sixt*e-:-;are Agric-iltnr.li Magazite. p iblsl.-d by E. A. K. iiackett. at Fort
Wa\n -. I::iian -,ud whie"1 i r :pil takin .k as n ":of th -ialing Azricultural
.ulie uti ius of ih- r un ry. It i-- levei e"l : '*s:v.-1y i the i,terests of the Far
u"-r. S. ock Br..-. 1--r, Da ry a G .r i ea e.. .t d ih -ir hita ha!"I and every spec
I lt-:rv (on .c ttl u ib ih :zret, lainu t ilp l - -f the world, the Far
,n,rs. Tie subl-)ri ;tiii'" -rie - is ) i- D.,:I n p.-r Year. Farmers can not wel get
along without. it. It pitt- new ide:1, aazIo the'r tiittis. It I. acrIa. .utenit hoy to
fnrnin n ith profir to thieti--lves. It mnakes the I,oittle hap y. the .vit tag filks Iher
fill. the('.-I- rwler ttctet<-.!. ih e t d \wtne:st aImp wt.:1an(i IIt- " Ill g>g ilgU-- h 'st.
This u,Wer is made by T. F. GRE NEKER. E,I:tor an I Pr.jprietor. Herald :t:ld
BLOWETH HIS OWN HORN!
(There being none re:idy to blow it for im.)
ihat he is Prepared tit Execute
ALL KINDS 01
At l'rices Lower than ever before know , m : wiet ry.
We enumerate a- ,!t w;:
B-11, 'arty and Wedding Invit it --: 11..1. ) in .'. We.
ding anti Party Cards; Be-attir- Pp-. a.l i Fa- rb:
linsne"s Cards. Circulars, B 1 an.1 l,.tt-r linds,
P~st"-rs, Dodgers, Receipts,
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF WORK.
Come and examine our Specimens! And then ask omr
Prices ! And then give ns your Woi k! An.i then we
gnaranti'e Satisfaction ! We iii nlot d i.:iy)iiint ymaI!
We will do all work at time prowise.l ! And if iti
s,,tisfactory, no charge will be made! Fo,rty yents
experience enables us to say and do this.
All that we ask is a call. THOS. F. G:E N EKE R.
FU I.L A N i) LA RRYE A S >Il "ITM E1E T O F
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I f M a
TRUNKS. VALISES AND SATCHELS,
HATS AND CAPS,
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
FURNITUItE AND CARPETS,
And a General Stock in Variety too tedious to mention, all of which is of
PRICES THAT DEFY CO,dIPETITION.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED.
AT TIE OLD ETABLISHMENT OF
F, S.-Country Merchants will find it to their advantage to examine my
Stock. It will save them mon y, October 16.
TH E HOLIDAYS COMING.
New in iLe time tot prpr for them1. Finest Variety of
FRESH CARGOES FVERY WEEK.
B iiiIoiw., ('oeoanuts, Oranges. Alalaga Grapes.
-NoitTHE RN FR1IUITS-~
A pples, Figs, Peanuts, Raisins, N uts, Citron, Currants.
& Orders tilled w~iu diwpatch. C, 3ART & Co.
' Charlesto4, ?S. C .
Ell LITTLE BECOTUER,IOT WIE
Little Tommy was entertaining one iv SI
ofhis sister's admirers until she ap- lCr.Fe iafl,Iua 2
pered, gr,''o MOhon
"Do''t you com to see my sister?"Co:e.r &zra Ma,itM
he inquired. Cax,JTotptn Rdy
--Yes Tomtny, i ai what I comieCr. Mtae obronT
t' ou like her immensel1y d1on't ola,Sre Re,Sun
you?"l.M~ etr od isFni
"Of course, I admire her very much. .ono,TF Wrhntn
Don't yoq think she is very nice?" :2 '' etr ilpes n
"Well, I bave to 'cause she's my
sister; but she thumps me pretty fn~atthPtrsadPpi o
ard sometimes. But let's see youFrecoo.
open yotlr mqgatl once. Now shut it Iyuwaht ucaet du~ ~et
tight till I count ten. There.-X ao..Sae.1ac~iWiigbos es
kowed you could do it.'t~l om ~l o ull, et o
"iW lby, Tommy, wila aid I couldnt?"-Xo.6-3
"Oh, nqbndy but sister "
!'Wha*t did ?1he say?'B UE TO !
Neilj she said youa hae sene' nleeyhn it.ltpet n o
enough to keep yqg mouth s aut, ahlo,t
andl I bect her twq big apples yo had;PLIA SDRGSOE
and yoq have, haven't you? And no146t
youll mtake her stump up the apples., oam oywohsdsaeo
wonl t y tiuhoto lns ew'lsn ro
The yotug mnau did not wait to seethtPo'Cueo'Cnspinha
whether gil? woull I"stumnp tip" or z'dteaecopinsiohr
not. .T AETY
D~.ED IN TEXAs.-The R hev. F. A. -
Mood, D. D.. formerba ot' this city, B R H .'
ut for the past sixteen years a resi-I~KOE
dent ul' Texas, died at Waco, Texas, Sadr uba
in Nov. Dr. Mood stQod high in I h otcntu'e n
the ranks of the clergy of the Meth.
odist Episcopal Church South, and boa pWrthnnYOr
was a delegate to the Wesleyan Ecu- hb h vru.~e
menier.l Council in London some BrhnBo'.OR..
years ago, visiting his native city for ~~ .
the last time on his return from that
important mision,-News wid? Cor
All that w~e ask of subscribera n ho a'e
in arr'ears, anid who are only no0w find(-AVue aml Mdineta
ing out1 that they do not want the HIER
ALD aud NEWS longer. is, that they willNe'rIoxcts
rem:t tIs the amo.unt of their dues at the Pakra arBla sfnl etie n
same timed tohey'reqrestBIus to.discontinuen
s'alig it to them, 'Thia la but fair,t) Dovdnanu ic'
don't you really thnkO?.note
wods, htow does it look totake the paper 10 WSIa Ire.awYo.
a whol1.- year and simply say when atsked e.a!tazeatlll'ioInteice.
Amria' ie,resoluMordn &aet Iai2
i'ch c'rnplxloeg:an, ThosctMcColl tn, J R
rnuuit~ ?,.~c. i-im Cran J t Tho pn t 10'al' tinay. B ' G th('5
Grayn't. Mrs atietonT
HaRlEUrri GHT C Rie PINOS
fiue:ay--:.h t.i X;abery Ca.mtylo C tman, Surte Rb.e, usano.'t
I Dec'etbeHa2l.ti'. Jaobester' Todd. Mis ait.'
bride'f Inthrlt totthhePatronsdandCPuoilsaof
byRai' ~r,Walnan ~ a no< slt& hIMthL', ritng b~;ooks Pn
C Oltit 'ihi4M~st Foreeeinoa iabu rm aonCo 'ld, et'ky . Co,h
~h1 ~t~'a'w #'t'r ~aNoly. 6-'45.
DRY IDS DON N!
D. C. FLYNN.
After six weeks st'tv inl the .\larkets ha:s retutr,led1 with
the -TA iCTLINI anl l P!L.A61 NG A ni onn4ceuient ' ltat he
has bol)ught (ooIs at
ll is detcrlinel to sell them accordingly.
If there still lingers the faintest doubt that the far seeing
n'lrment. the iany years' experienc,' :nl the unfailing pow
rJ CASH have setued for :tYNN 1 ~)o"ion inl ::Ilvad:cne
d'',11 ,'n iti-ls'. 1 br'I,'f in1ei- f go. ,s anId cn r
prir are the only tests necessary to convineC the in st in
. Cur constan't aim is to supply our friends and patron with
good honest goods at prices that leave
COMPETITION IN THE SHADE!
Our efforts heretofore have been appreciated by a discrimi
nating and intelligent public, aid our past success enables us
to continue the good work tn:l do even better than before.
We are now prepared to show Goods (which is no trouble),
mi to sell them at prices that cannot fail to please the great
est disciples of economy.
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY, COME WEAL
OUR POLItIJ 18 INF L lXBY DIl'HRMINED.
Defies the fates themselves,
Organizes his vast resources, and
Meets the coming tide of unnatural
competition with a barrier of yet
Unheard of Prices I
JUST A FEW NOW:
3.4 Shirting, - -nd4c
4-4 Sheetings, - - 5 U( c
7.13 ~ilndal andPiedtont, 5.
Ble.tcings,- 5, 6&. 7. 8. 9 and 10c
Good Calicos, - - - -33) yards for $1.00.
" " . 25' " " "
Standard 4 " - 20 " "
Best Brands, - - - 16 " " "
Jeans from - . .l1c. per yard up.
lleavy home made Jeans. - 85c. per yard.
Good'Feathe.r Tfickinmg. '- . 15e. per yard.
12-4 heavy C ounterpanes. - S.:
Beautiful Marseilles Quilts, Cheaper than ever before.
3DDDURA3LE 300TSand SHOES
Children shoes, 353c. up.
.\isses " 50c. up.
.\en's " 90c. up.
Time and Space do not admit of de
tailed quotations of everything. Allitha
is necessary is to give FLY N N a cal
and satisfaction is guaranteed.
1. J. PUROLL,3 MVanager.