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B. 11. AULL, EDITOR.
1it. i11IYAN'S SPHICM11.
Tho speech of Hon. Willixam J. Bryan
at Lincoln, Neb., last. night. was di
reeted aliost, entirely against, tho im
porialist, tendency which ir. Bryan r-e
.'ards as th0 greatest danger that, now
threatens t - country.
1-118 attack upon this attempted per
version of our tational policy was very
strong and will be endorsed, we believe,
it majority of tie people of the
Mlr. Bryan is often very happy in his
oxpr-essions and wits ti his best last
Among the many striking things he
said were the following:
''It lits been the boast, of our :ation
that every rig ht makes might. Shall
we abandon the notto of the republic
and go back at century to the mn01
ar'chial motto, ich asserts that might
* * * *
"Our nation hats a inIssion, but it is
to liberate those who Iare in bondage.
nut to place shickles uponl those who
are struggling to be free."
* * * *
"l3e steadfast in the faith of the
fatlers; you' light is for youlrselves aS
well as for yourv country. In the words
of the dist.inluished Gorgianl, Ifill,
'Who saves his counvtry saves himself,
and all things saved (1o bless hii.
Who lets his country die, lets ii[
things die. dies himself ignobly-id
aill things dying, curse hii.'"
"Imperialisml finds t,he inspiration in
dollars, not in) duty. It is not our duty
to burden oi' people vith increased
LI.XeS inl O'der21- to give a few spectulItots
an opportuiln ity for exportation, it, is
not ouri. dity to stacrilice I lie best, blood
of our tination in tropical jungles in an
at,teipt to still the very sent.imnots
which have given vitility to Americaii
institution,s. It is not orit duty todetny
the people of ti he I'h ilippiiies that for
which oil' forefat h ers fouglit, from
Blinker IHJill to Yorktown.""
This is not only rhetorie: it is hogie.
It Is a clear warnling to tlie people of
this country not to depart, fronm the
theories on1 which ourl.' government w:t
founded and on which it. hats grown
r. II Iryanl contends that, it is conl
trarv to the spirit, of our gove'nI1entI
to hold tny foreignl peopl In vassalag"
aid thait by doing so we imperil the
liberties of out own people.
On this idea Ar. Iryanil is as right at
a man etnn be.-At lanta ,tournad.
Ar. I I yan is riglit oin this subject as
he is on Ilany more. We stAitied ot
togive the Cubihans freedoiml andf(1 now we
have just trnlsferred tihe rule of Spitil
t the domtlilnionl of the 11nited State'
-It will be a great. phace for spec(ilators.
We would not he sil-Irrised, lowover
to see the doetriti of (.x)ansi(on i,re
The Green woo .lournal pays at ve
high aid jutstly tM1it .d complifment t.o
Col. A. 13 Andrews, the first. vlce
lesident, of.tle Soituthe'nl IaiLway, aid
Our' -0nt,eml)potary does not, thiik he
ats a superior il manifest-ing a readi
ness o (o that, w hieh Is col-teolus andl
accomillodtilng. 'I'hi editor of llthe
Joual its ne'ver. et. Col. Alidrews,
but we can give assNrae lwhen he
does ilect, him t.hat, there will he no
disappolItllientt il h is expectatioins, for
we haIve known Col. Andrews sine he
was a millere yout,1, Iland lie was awtys
tile pink of -ourtsey atnll the Icnitdliest
of genitlemnen. iIe has tendoer' r'ecollee
tionta of old I 'end(1leton, wheire we Iirtst
mtet hihn int t.he long aigo.
The above Is from the Gr'eenvtille
Alountatineer and( I wi le we dlo not kno1(w
ColI. Andrtews ptersonally3 yet inl dettlini
wvith himt for thte l ast sev'etral yetars we
haive always(3' foutd tit cour ttta teous anid
obliging and desir'e to Ladd( ourttemhd.ise
maent to) wh'at, our1 conttmpotiries have
sid oif hitt.
We hlavie ailway's fotud ( ol. S. ii.
Hlar'dwi'ic, the aissi sItant, ge'neralI
passenageraogen t, (of A tlanta itlso a very'
p)leaisant .atnd courLtcouis gentttlemiana withi
whlomt to deal.
Th'iere :-houblh be a good autIItndace at
the mneetinig tomIorro'w for' thIe purt pose
(of discuissini( t he advisablilit,y oIf eta
gagintg in the cultur;e . of I obacco
There Is neeesity f'or the airmters to
div'ertsely' thieirI crops5, andtl not, to de.
1)0nd( en tirely' 0n cottona for' a mtoney
erop andt( if it ctan bedonte withi tohmeoCI
wihy let us Itry thaitt. Tobactco Is like
cot,tonI, there is Lway1(3s a marktet for' it
for the cash whether t.he price he h igh
We sutppose the purp'hose (of the meet -
log is to see if a stliciettt tnumbiler of
petrsons will go iunto it 'to warraint, t,he
em0ploymeIInt, of a matn who untderst and(s
cutiivatinzg atnd ctuin~1g. Ther1'ie shld(
be a good attentdatnce.
Mir. Wmn. P. Hlouseal has assumned
editorial chtarge of our' local contemipo
rar'y, the Observet'r. lie was one of thte
orilginal founders of the paperCt and( a1
member' of tihe irmn of Watilace, I bor
seal and Klnatrd for seeral yetars. lHe
Is also pulblishter of the Luttherana V isi
tor. We welcome himn to t,he secutlari
field and( truist our' relattiotns may3 be
T1he editor' of The Heald anid News
will ver'y probably be absent after this
week attending the session of the Leg'
lslatur'e. We will send a letter for'
oeh Issue covetring the work done, anda
our readers will be kept fully posted.
-This 18 a good timei' to sut bscr'ibe for ta
live twice a week ptapera if y'ou are not
altready a subi)e'ber.
Mrfi. F. V. Capers. edi tor' of tht Voce
htas gonie to Columbhia to1 take a position
with the Br'yani Lintin g C'ompany durii.
lng t,he Legislature. lHe has htad ex
perience oat that kind of work anid will
be vauiable to the Mtatte pIrinters. lHe
does not, sever his connection with the
Voicet tand will send a w.eekly3 letter.
Whby begin payaig highI pices for'
Dry Goods,.Shoes, ilatst andl Notions
for' the New Year', when you can btiy
for lees at A. C. Jones'.
Jan. 3d, 1899. t&fti
Tie Keowco Courier is right in its
de11mnd that'state taxe" shal0 bo re
luced and that the appropriations for
-higher educatioll" shall be 1mch re
diuced or cut, olf entirely.. Otr people
are not, In condition to afford luxuris.
in our situation free common schools
are necessary. Thousands of our peo
pl,) have no ot.har opportunity or hope
of sec'ing t.he ordinary rudiintits of
e4d ucat,ioil. Wo have been trying to do
too much,10i. VU havo )I elaborato com
mon bcllool syst.em, it "higher educa
tion" tystem even more elaborato and
in plroportion far more expensive, it
pCnsion system. it 1111uili System.
-ol)ething will IIV0 to io if we are to
pay our heiest debts and allow the
people a ch,IneO to 1 v0 1nd do business.
As it is nuarly every dollar the farmers
make goes in taxes of on,3 kind or an
other anid there i6 tno tunley left, to
spend with mer01-chant" for colmilonl Col
forts, to say not'hing of luxuries. Coun
tryv and towns sutfer alike and tile bue
den is yet further inereased by our
efforts to establi,h railroads to develop
Soiethit hlals got to give wILy.
i'very senlsiblI mat knows that when
he is hopelessly stalled ho t1ust, take oil
part of tho load. That is otir sit.ut,ion.
I'lw teamil is Stalled. Tepeople atre
t,ryin,l to putlll 1noret thanth ir-t,en t.
will allow. We ann spare the higher
ilistittini0s bett.or 11aln an1 Mlythig else.
Tedenimina llttionaul Inusti tultIons etni do
thleir work it, little imore cost to the in
divilial and no cost to the taxpayer.
"'le State wits mtade to carry the Co
lh11u1bitt canlal for years anild at last u?ot
cletti of it by gi -ing it away. Wo be
lieve she would do weil to clear il self
(if the vilipment of colleges, uitiversi
ties lind acitdrniies she is loaded wit.h
ill tih am1111L WILy, if she cll b) rid of
them on ln[o ot her terms.--Grenciville
We told the I)VOple this Cight and
ten years ago whenl tbe Grcenvill
News and other papvrs ilt ptlic mtenl
were- adIvoVft ing' more hi'Ahmr insbtitui
tiols, and some, of oul friends con
de(lilled us as an enilmy to tie faumers
and(i agItainst the interests of the ipeople.
\Ve w(O evel bJoycotted.
'Pl'hr is no dou1bt in mill mind thllat
we have too 11t11y hiliber ilhtitltiols.
Buit whlit arte yoi goig to (10 aboit It.
The people devimilm- theml atnd nlow
the var hre. It took 11t011ney to build
tlll and it takesand will take Iltuey
to :-lstail thtem11. To raise this money
takes tax's. Y,outl caln't havi' higher in
stitlitionsl withoullft payinlg for theill.
We told .he l)tOl)jt, of this Couity
that there wis no dtllitilI for (,Clison
(Iollegiu anld that, if it, were built, we
wimbi rot have a half dozIn st.tidenits
Liero, bhtus.e t1e farmiers w<mb,,I not
h. able to send their boys uiro. \Vc
W0ere pMU down! US nll n Of tihie filr
Clemllvonl fr(;m Newhtrry. \\' see it
state1d by .\It. DI1,0(nahIl that It costs
$155 per'yer fopt ' ahli pupil at, (lem
Sonl. ThIlis, It we 11nd1eistLind it, is
what it costs tbe Stat e!esies whIat, it
costs the i-stldenit to stay th tre. TPhat.,
Ie con-iderls very cheap. It ma11ty be.
(le.nsonj is I gota col bI, and we S1
ip-c i-- doin-4g it -11(ood woIrk, hut whi;
tile Si at I pays $55 to id cIlIa sin .L0
b at, lemusol, C 1 twho Ilre abhe to edl
oat-o I 1illsol ves, it Imays:t a i hild to
0d14i11to in UIhe rtidit,enIs for t.h
t,holisllds of chi hlren who lood help.
IBeside-4, while it costs $155 to edueat.e
a hOy at Clemson College, Newherry
College luld \Volford and D)ue \VWst
will give iS jst as gotd eduation
for' less Lt,a t)onle-tir d tils a inii,iuil.
at,hiItl'Sill t,hem numbher of stuil enits as
New'herry ('dllegi , enn) s;eely get,
alonig wvii h ain aprioiptiatl ion of $25,II00
fieel ichiily i'lowedV't if slo' hadt it gr'os
tdoes gioodt wor'k on a less inciomiue.
I ltw is it I ttt. it, coIsts so t.mehl mtotre
inig if addhiitionail Stat' inlstitutl ions has0
nt,1 alecled thie hpalt.trtnalge of riivaiteC
inistitultionls. '[hle Peoplle dlemandied
thiese State' int,ituIitionsl. Thei&y tcost,
tlonil'V to) build utild it, tiiktes ltley to
keep thlemf gting. Thel ppleI muist
)ay3 t.he imoney3.
do tint. watnit, to teal' ,hemt dlowii, tbouIgh
we t.hiink sotmet of Ltil itnit, hei runl
at. le'ss texpetise.
\\e didi 110t tinkll it, wise to butild
ltemI. Now thlat they ar ibu)1ill, we do
not, wanlt to pull th1 iem dow'n, thoutgil we
t,h in k it beyond Li,he funct ion of governi
mnent, to tax the p lhe for hiighler edlu
Thelure is til use0 stille'r ing firom1 this
pain1, all Itoughi yolur bitdy, you~tr liver
lift' ur itibbi n1, ha)ve it hadl cold, ii
gi ve you pro1th pt and i 1 sire el ief. 'They
aet <lirecily 13 n you ilir i Aver, SI'ltomac
and11 KidneItos, tone1 tup thle whole sys
Itlm itndi imake yout feel like0 a ntew be
inog. Tlhiey iare uaante edul to1 IIurne or
price r'efutntdd. Fo~ r sie at lHobertsoni
& ( libillr's and Pel ham's I)rtug Slores
otnly 50) ets petr bottlec.
Stop that Hock(!
W'fiotri it i' too lnte. TJho timIo to
takea cold is; w betn it is julst be'gint
initg. A bot t!o of ltobertson's
Componnd Conghl Syrup if Itaken at
till right. timto will save you a sover
illness. It g.ives inistantt relief from
that diStagreelo( rawnless~ of te
thiroatt thalt comets wvith a cold,
and i in no11 way unt)pletnsattt to t ake.
It's pri(eo is only ' 15 cenits a bottle,
1(OBi'TSON & Gi I)UEW$'
Rememllber we can sat,isfy aill your
oUhnr drna atornmv tnnt.
Lettr from% Nortt Carolina.
Editor Herald and NoWs: Accord
ing to promis I will send you a few
lines. I don't, think I over fully rea
lized the full meaning of the word
"good-bye" until I left the dear friends
in Newberry, oil Doe. 1:14h. To pre4ss
at doar friends hond, to say" goodl-bye"
and feel that It is the last Limo on
eart,h, is 0nou1gh to melt a heart of
"Good-bye seems but a sinple word,
Oft carelessly 'tis soken,
But, deopost feeling it has stirred,
And hardest hearts has broken.
Even now. as I think of those dear
friends who in my three years stay lit
Newherry were so kind and thoughtful
'nd in many delicate ways contributed
to my happiness, tears till my eyes and
deep down in my heart I say;
"God be with yo. till we meet again,
Till we meet at Jesus feet "
We suffered intensely front cold on out
way from Wadshoro, Anson county,
to Norwood, Stanly county, which was
2-1 iniles by pi-tvato conveyance. But as
a thoughtful mother was at the end of
the journey, waiting with a warm fIre,
ginger ten and coffee, we suffered up
setrious consequences from our drive
through the cold.
Christ-mas hits como and gone. Santa
was very liberal with us in the way of
So ma11tly friends camlio to welcome us
home and so mlany brought nice reinim
brtances fotr Christmas. Among the
presents received. we are indebted to
Mr. and Mrs. Wynn, and to Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Harmon of your city, for
lovely remembrances, which werj
apprecitted. We extend to thin our
thanks and% wishi them a happy and
prospeiouls new year.
Wedding bells have beeni merrily
ringing here and the freets are white
wit.h ice that has been showered on
pasAil- neWly 1Mlrried couJles. Miss
Hosti Laiiply who will be retnombered
by .oany in Nowberry, is now Mr-s. Geo.
'Norwood has built up wonderfully
the past yelar. It is tihe terminus of tie
Yaekin H. R. an( is a busy little town.
A sil spinilg mill has been er-ected
amd is ill oiloration, and is a great cur
iosit.y to the peopl round about. who
never saw at votton mill before. The
mill i- sim1all blut a trily heaiutifll onel
d1111 thUrotuglly equlippe(d with the latest
I prvem(I DCairy. i l ut those Who
1:1,VO worked inl the dear old mill at
Newherry, with its kimI and ind1lgcent
oVer*S(rs--witl Its adv %antlge of frec
doll and ju1stice, couldl%'t, bear. the
stri-ict, uland over-bearin 111111
of a ii-il! North Cirolina mill and its
"hossos" I wouldIn't I ry it.
i-ve saHw so many big fat o'pussums
11s I1m.tve beell onl tle ,4treets the plIast few
(!ay!, an old dar-key once s111d "possum
al' mit lm mighty good, bitt 'possuli
sop finl' '11ter, golly!" I t.hink, front in
diations, there r plenty 'posstils
10I the prospe-rouls farlers have also
the Fop and)( 'mters.
The people all seceml happy and wo
don't he r n1c111h talk of hard times.
Mr' IGlit,or, your i 1toriials alrc so ni1ce.
I l ike youtr senti meatts. No uise coim
ip liing and1( gr-ow lng over hard'c L t,ies.
TPhe worlId Ii wht, we make it. -Most
of1u glt!t. er01 1.han1 we deserve't, I ex
e'oet , any1 waIy . No use01 in look ing)
bah.vart.711i 0r d1ownwalYlrd, but, eve(r for
ward and11 upward.
'The past, is gono -forever gone
No step ea bltle ret,raced !"'
Thenva wity waste3 tim1e and1 sp)end( idle
miomets: in) useless regr-eti? Let tihe
rif1lme make. mientds for' t,he mnistalkes of
1the tot . Seaitt,r 51unshin1) ini every
thu-k coeneor: let, someta one be the better
for our hiavinag lived. Oh, how happy
tbe world mtight, hie if each and all
would do htis or bher simple duity'. If
we coutld banish51 all vain though ts and)1
sellishsbness, and1( dJo as oura blessed Say
lotr commandsi1(1, "'Love thy3 neLighbor)0 as
Mrt. iCd itot-, 1 am11 goinig to soon1 gIve
y ont a sketch of t.he life of Ni r. Hlenray
('iddaler 1) Mills. lie is at wealthly old
gentlean of t.his place0 and1( the mo,05
inlt.orestin and111( eccenltr-iOecharacter I
ever ktnw. lie Is itn(( old ad muach
loved friend of my13 father-'s faily3, and1(
htas k 1hidl proised51( to hlt.lp m110 write
the skoeh, which I am surae will 1 e
rado 1 wiIth intLerest, by .your1 readerls;
and1( problnly someto of htis 0ld wvar comn
i-ad es iwill readi and1( recolgnlize in) it thtcir
old15(1( sdier friend.- lIe (onec had the
hon11or of fer-ry ing Jfetfea-son D)av is's
7aiily aicross I'ee D ee.
NI r. A lbert, Thomas is v'isiting In
Wadesbl.~horand 11( Morvieni, of A nson, Co,
thi we i'oek. and1 iwe ar-e ai wee bit I m loly,
and11 somettimetas om11 thtoulghts revert, to
th e dl'a r friendb. ill New berry and we
aus we7 1ar inllu ld home 1011, wie lomle
t,imels wish to 1be back In Newber-ry,
rulnnling looms No. 671 to 6Y7(
\\ill close for- this time, andl wiIte
atgain atoon0. Mr i. I-.ditor naec4ep1t, our
ver-y buest. wishes for a1 happ)Iy, prosple
(ous Newi Year,~ andi may11 all reader-s of
1The1 lIeral and1ho New en5 Ijoy t he same10,
is the1 arnltest, prayer-ful isht otf
A Nairrow E-noape,.
fTanakfuil wordIs iwriein by Mrs. Ada
IA. I nart, of Grotona, S I): "Wans takena
iwit ht a badi cold wi hiich set Ilerd ott lny
lui'age; c-aongh setI In nd finmadly termnI
ntiied In Conamsumptiontr. F"our Doctors
gav- ite upj tat mty H.avier, (det1erm ined7(
if I calabI hot stay w4 ii h y friends on
eath I, I wa-nk1( nmet Imy aniitt ones
abovea. My hu-bIn ad wats advised to got
Dr. Khain' D)i'orary ,1 Consumplto,
('aoaghs tand (C-I.!. I vIa '- it a trial,
t'ook int -Il tlyh1t ha thlb. it has1 cured
me,0 and14 thalonk Godl 1 am saved and1(
low ai well and1( hiealthy woiuan'." 'Trial
bot tIes fre- att Rtobe)rtsoni & Gilder's
and( Pelhtam's Dm tug Stories.
Itegularsizo 00 andiu $1,00. Guarat
toeed 0r nricc re(ind.d
li Begiingio 1899
Ak11te good re'solutiolls
1n1d keep 'them.
To DO the hest you can.
(let the bwt yOu CauI.
Buy the best you Can.
The best that you can do,
il order to get the best,
is to buy the bestin 1899
at the Muwer Co.'s.
Beginniig, not in 1899,
But long years ago, we
have kept the best goods
for the many who have
placed their custom in
We shall continue in the
New Year now dawning
upon us to be always
prepared to serve our cus
tomers well in our line of
Dress Goods, Notions,
'M illinery, Shoes, etc
all of the best (u1ality,
aind at the lowest poszi ble
The Mower Company
With grateful thanks for
pnst, favors frorm the gen.,
(.rou1s public and wishing
ill a pros;perous New
G. & G. S. MOWER GO.
CANNON & MAYES,
AR El AGPENTS ["OR TIIN
Mansion House Steam'. aundry,
- A --
NEW BERMY, C.
will be0 th ,: aNto wh.itenes1cs of
Christmats bhnow~ Lhat we will lay upon
your sh irt h0Osom, cot Uarsitc a nd cufs.
TJ7hose who know a~ go01 thing when
t hey see1 it willI apprlcLialto the faultless
work that we put oni their linen ini
color and perIfct linish. Sample it.
AXGENTS 'a'"in,ever" "ow
TOWN TAX NOTICE.
OCMIS HERMBY GIVEGN
.l. t.h at, Iad after .latnuary 10th,
1899, execut.ions will be issued against
detlinqujient taixpayers for town taxes.
By order of Town Council.
C A. IHOW~MAN,
Decemiber~ 22, 1898. .&T .C.N
TH1E ANNUIAL, MlEETING OF
. th tock holders of t.he National
Bank of Newherry, Sout.h Caroli na, will
ho heldl in the banIk on Tuesday, Janu
ary 10, l18.99, at 1i o'clock a mn.
T. b. DUNCA~N,
We are receiving new
goods almost every
day, and offer them at
reasonably low prices.
Jewelry, Silver and
and Cut Glass 'andj
Dolls and Toys of
Come and examine
Onnosite It (A Williams'
Arriving daily. Our stock of
Drtis (loods mAd TrimInings is
now eom1pltto. In our
You will find overything up-to
dat. In our
You will find everything at the
lowest prieo that they can be
Sold for Cash.
Wo have i nico line of Cheap
Shoes at pricos that defy com
Evorybody to call anid look at
our goods b0foro bluying. We
guaranteo polito attontiou to till.
IV'We havo adopted the CASH
SYSTEN[, therefore we can give
you close prices than ever be
Yours to please,
Davenport & Renwick
That the Book Store is
the place to get your
Christmas presents. WNe
have a full lilne of
For the Christimas tra,le.
Of all kinds.
Give us a. cal I before buy
ing. We will take ploas..
uro in showing you what
we baye, whet.her you
bly * not.
J. K. GILDER
UBIET AND SMILL FOR
ONE AND ALL.
Toys, for the.
Mother Goose $tcries.
Kris Kingle Series.
Books for the
Come and see what
HAS FOR YOU,
We are Going 0
And in order to do -o, we
to ho closed out, at pricoB
Big litic mcn's hetivy top shirts at .20
Wool undervitS reduced to .25
Ileuvy cot ton undershirts reduced to .20
Ueavy drill (rawers .2o
Big line men''s and boys caps at .15
Vomen's dongola Lhoes, iunbers
3 and 4, at. 50
W1omen1's heavy shoes .50
Bii sock of Men's, Yal
to be sold at at big cut ii pricos. In
We want to turn tho stock into cash h)
do it we will certainly bo successful.
THE NEM BERRY Cl
R R Y
From the Highest Grad
......To the C
Prompt Attention Givei
....Marble and Granite
Leavell & Spene
Ec1ui pt d with (4. & .J. Clincher TIires. I
2 T"Newv Pairts for Repairs for'salo al
$1.00 a year - - -
Among the) speCi
A NEWV SEUIAL P>Y R1UI
By Miss Ida
THE NAVAL SID)E OF THiE \VAI
A TE LEO RA.PI OPER ATORl'S
AND A DV ENTURE~S
Contribut ions by the1 highest aut]
A Plnngo in tho D)iving T1orpedo
Thme I(ito in Modeorn WVarfuro
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I[F'E -IRE A L EXPELR IENOES
oriti-a 0on nlew dlevelopments in
hf deQscriptivo of
Unsolved Problems of Astronomy
Life in tho Doopest Mines
What. Peary~ is Doigi h
The Telescope-Picetuires by Tele.
Isuch writers asi
rr Sarab Orno Jewett
yno Sarah Barnwell Eliott
bertson E. Nesbit
*s llen Glasgow.
striking stories by new writers,
matie episodles from real life which
meial fonture of McCluro's.