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W31 P. HOUSEAT
NEWBERRY, S. C,
FOR PCTDE NT: -
For Governor- B. R. Tillnan, of
For Lieutenant Governot-E. B.
Gary, of Abbeville.
For Secretary of State-J. E. Tindal,
For Tranrer-W. T. C. Bates, of
For Attorney-General-D. A. Town
For Comptroller-General-W. H. El
erbe,~of Maion. -
~For--Saperintendent of Education
W~ .4Mayfleld, of! Greenville.
For djutant and Inspector General
= H I. Farley, of Spartanburg.
For Co siL 3d Dlstrict A. C. LATIMER
ForS toO.L. SCHUMPERT.
ForSateSenator: J.A. S1gh.
o thrte House of ReDresenatives Cole. L.
nRo. T.Dunean;W. D.Eardy.
For heriff: W. W. WAser.
ForClerk of Court:Jchn M. Kinard.
For County Fomnisoners: Geo. B. Ault,
J ChesWsy Dominick, IrbyD. Shockley.
For Coroner: F. M. Ifdse9- -
For,School Comm oisoner: Thos. W. Keilt.
For Treasurer: C. F.'Boyd
FeAnditor- W. c.Cromer
Ait e State Convention two weeks ago
J. Mr. James Tillman was-there wearing
-aBak badge, which meant that he fa
vored the Hon -. C.'C. Black for Con
X= ' from the Tenth Georgia district as
against the Hon. Tom Watson, the-Third
INriF stae. hile there he inter
viweda numIber of-our "proinent" men
~ on:the situation;, endeavored to ascer
t whelehey.stood-whetherthey were
fBla orWatson, and consequently
, w N ther they were Third Partymenor
not. Theseinterviews were pubhshed in
the Augusta- Chronicle last week and oc
copied about two coluns.
Itmay interest soeof our readers to
mow how some of those: from our own
section oo the State expressed themselves
oa these questians.
The first man was:our own Congress
Cans the Hon. A. C. Latimer. It would
-that M. Latimer no, longer makes
he.appearanoeof a farnner, but is putting
outhe style-of the.city.dude..
- ArngraamakA.c.;Latimer, who:bnly
the ather day defeated. Hon. George
--Wautbeflt man. I steeredup against;
r. Lstinier used to be decidedly the
most Amanne looking man in -pnb.i life
-aesehlBgynnah. But since his nom
nea- motMJnges he- has chnged
6fI dmlipe loc hea ppa
* eooredcastand pantloos thtsng
nacksm white e rat~ dy
ofhe larest panern, and ariei his~
haid gutthadd'a& ngi cane.
-<here was little about him t9Sgethis
- pera- tco in save a
tann ia roceate asate
ing m upo 4 rys of the
--sun which hoften played there still
H keen ey on the likeness
uttered never a w
asked with anxiaty.X
"His face at oce aumed a far-away
' vita of the politic4i future.
"After tapping the marble floor two or
cratic party two years more, and if the
famr fthe country' 3o't-get reliefthy
thttime I-enn't say wht'courselI will
Thtsounds ery mnieh' lile he -in
-.- very frover on-the side -of the siar
Party. But it all egihdon w2iohside
has the most vNi wichstheiore
popular: to-avowyonz seI g hidar4
man or to still cingtoTheDemo&mey
wvhile standing on the Third Party plat
Then we must not fail to give what the
Hon. Cal Cainghinan has to say, for he
now holds two State offices as a Demo
crat. Yet no doubt the Hon. Cal will talk
very glibly about Haskellism and so on
but then he too is a-Democrat "this year,"
but wants Watson elected and is for 'the
Third Party. Here is what he says:
eading Clerk of the State Senate and
Fish Commissioner. His face was beam
ing with smiles as he gave me a plaant
howdy-do. -He seemed very happy until
the Black badge attracted his attention.
'You don't mean to say you are for Black?
I hope Watson will get it. D-n me if I
ain't a Third Party man: I don't care a
cuss if you publish what I say. Mind
you, I am a Democrat this year, but if
there ain't a change in two years I am in
favor of the People's Party.'"
-Next we give what two Newberry men
have to say. They stand by the Democ
racy and Black:
"~Dr. Sampson Pope, Clerk of the Sen
ate and president of the convention,
spoke strongly: 'That is a good badge to
wear and it's the right color. Black is
true blue. He is one of the best men in
the South. It is necessary for the De
mocracy of the whcle South to hurl itself
against Watson and defeat him-'
"Hon. Cole L. Blease, a member of the
House from Newberry, remarked: 'You
are right, my friend. Black is a noble
man and true Democrat. Watson is in
collusion with the negro. He has be
trayed his party and been a traitor to his
There were a number of others, and
most of them against Watson. Amo'ng
the number was "Citizen" Josh Ashley,
member-elect to the Legislature from An
- derson. Here is his opinion:.
"'Citizen' Josh Ashley of Anderson
still takes his Democracy like he does his
whiskey-straight. He said: 'I like Wat
son as aman; he is smart-he is too dev
Ilishi smart. Durn his politics.'"
Mr. Tillman says a number of promi
nent people exprgssed themselves as be
ing in favor of the Third Party, but did
not want their names used. Possibly
they thought the time had not yet come,
as some prominent men e now.
Mr. Bowden said he would have his
Third Party electoral ticket out by the
10th of this month.
Thing are in an .unsettled condition
politically, but The Herald and News
has no fear of any considerable following
to the Third Party in South Carolina.
Where is.Nr. Bowden's army of~ 30,
000) tronj They are possible recTi
The tariff should be equitably re
formed by business men and patriots.1
There will always be trouble when it is
used as a foot fall by politicians from
different sections and of different par-.
The great trouble now is that busi
ness mwn and patriots stand no chance
of being chosen for any office. The
politicians are in the saddle and they
look as if they are going to ride the old
thing to death.: It would be a great
blessing to have business men and pa
triots at all times in positions of honor
All questions are kicked as a foot ball.
Men are selfish and will as a rule sub
vert the general good to personal and
private gains. We suppose it has al
ways-been so and. will continue so as
long as human nature is as it is. And
what are you going to do about it.
Maybe we will not always be fooled
and governed and controlled by the
selfish and place seeking politician.
To-day is the State election in Geor
gia. We trust the Empire State will
bury deep and low all Third partyism
We trust Gov. Tillman may be able
to refund the State debt at 4 per. cent.
It means a big saving to the taxpayeie
of the State.
The Republican convention has met
and adjourned and put-out no State
ticket. The Third-party is yet to hear
from. It can scarcely muster up enough
members who are willing to acknowl
edge their position to run ts an electo
"The administration of President
Cleveland was an honest and able one.
It reflected credit upon the Democratic
party and upon the whole country. He
fulfilled the pledges which the party
made to the people and gave us a wise
and economical administration of pub
lie affairs. -The more the people.see of
the present administration of President
Harrison the better the administration
of Grover Cleveland appears before the
intelligent and thinking people of the
nation."-David B. Hill.
The following is the statement of Sen
ator I. B. Hill of the Democratic posi
tion on the tariff, in his recent speech
First. That the necessaries of life
should be absolutely-free.
Second. That luxuries should bear the
Third. That there should be free raw
materials for the benefit of our manu
Fourth.. That the tariff upon manu
factured .articles should, as a general
rule be larger where similar articles are
manufactured in this country than
where they are not.
Fifth. That the tariffimposed upon
all manufactured articles (other than
th'ose which for good reasons are placed
on the free list) should equal the differ
ence between the rate of wages paid in
this and foreign countries, so far as
labor enters into.the cost of their pro
Mr. Thad Horton, of the Atlanta
Journal, who unearthed Gen. Weaver's
war record in Pulaski, Tenn., showing
his cruel treatment of the citizens, fol
lowed the~Third party -candidate for
President through Georgia, and. even
into North Carolina with proof in the
shape of affidavits. It was conclpsive
and G3en. Weaver ceased to deny
-Ordinarily this proof would be enough
tariake Gen. Weaver distasteful and
obtectionable to the Southern people,
but these are strange times and whether
any good will be accomplished it is
hard to sy.
The people will take an idea that the
whole thing is a piece of persecution,
When something damaging to a candi
date is told now, the candidate just cries
persecution and the people stick to'Em
though confronted with the proof of
the truth of the charge beyond question.
-All t1fat is necessary in these times is for
the -candidate to be in favor of the
measures-1t matters little whether he
h0aaDy-ther qualification or not.
Then another object of the Third
party is to wipe out sectional lines and
in the end to teach our children that
those who fought forithe Confederacy
-were traitors and we regret to sa~y tbat
reent events have almost made us be
lieve that such teaching is being met
with favor by some of our own n?eople.
We regret the tendency in that direc
tion and hope it may be arrested before
it takes any considerable hold upon our
people. The Third party candidate will
have no considerable following in the
South this year. And with the doc
trines they preach we trust will never
have any considerable following-even
in.the years to come.
The Cotton Plant states that Con
gressman Johnstone endorsed the sub
treasury plan of the Alliance. We
have reason to believe that Congress
man Johnstone did not endorse the
sub-treasury, does not and will not
CUTTIN~G DO WN EXPENSES.
The Richmiond and DanvilIe to Make Two
of Its Passenger Trains Mixed.
LThe State, 3rd.1
Superiietendent McBee, it is ascer
tained-tom the best authority, w ill in
a few days change all of the freight
schedules on the Richmond and Dan
.vile between Augusta and Charlotte,
looking to the cutting down of the
expenses of the road.
In addition to this the passen;ger
trains formerly passing through here
going South in the early morning, and
going North at night will be dis
continued as regular passenger trains,
and run as "mixed trains," being made
up of passenger coi .hes and freight car
boxes equipped with air brakes. They
will only carry freight from Columbia
and Augusta going South and'vice
A schedule of twenty-four miles an
hour will be run and the southbournd
train will not arrive here till 7.23 a. m.
instead of 6 a. mn. as now. The sebedule
of the night train will be ten minutes
Has Cornered 50,000,000 Ribs.
CHICAGo, October 1.-Charles Wright
and a few of his friends are loaded up
with 40,000,000 or 50,000,000 pounds of
short ribs and in a position to squeeze
the packers, who have been trying to
bream him. He has about all thie regu
ribs in the market and basadvanced
the her ribs from under seven to
-mor than ten cents per pound.. -.
THE EPUBLICAN CON ENTION.
No State Ticket Nominated-Webster
The Republican State Convention
met in Columbia last Thursday. It
was in session all night and adjourned
about 5 o'clock on Friday niorning.
J. H. Fordharm, a negro from Orange
burg, was elected president of the con
vention. There was a good deal of
speech-making and much wrangling.
On the election of a State chairman
the roll was called and showed Web
ster 84, Brayton 10, Morris 6. Webster
was therefore elected.
The.following members of the State
Executive Committee were elected:
First District-W. F. Myers, H. M.
Morris, W. D. Crum.
Second District-E. J. Dickerson,
Fred. Nix, Jr., P. Simpkins.
Third District-'. E. Williams, R.
R. Talbert, Jr., W. J. Thomas.
Fourth District-N. S. Shelton, L. F.
Goldsmith, B. F. Means.
Fifth District-W. E. Boykin, C. J.
Pride, E. B. Sligh.
Sixth District-J. E. Wilson, L.
Jacobs, R. A. Stewart.
Seventh District-W. W. Ramsey,
G. A. Reid, A. P. Prisham.
The following platform was intro
We, the Union Republican party of
South Carolina, in convention a em
bled, do hereby reaffirm our allegiance
to the principles of the National Union
Republican party, as set forth in the
platform adopted at the Minneapolis
That we most heartily endorse and
ratify the nominees of that convention,
Benj. Harrison and Whitelaw Reid,
and pledge to them our unswerving
fidelity and support, and we hereby
declare that with a "free ballot and
fair count" the State of South Caro
lina would be placed in the column of
Republican States by a majority of
That the Democratic party of South
Carolina, by its infamous action in de
feating the will of the people by force
and fraud, deserves and must receive
the condemnation of all just-minded
That the registration and election
laws of South Carolina, by means of
which the Democratic party of the
State is enabled to give the nominees
of that party the electoral vote of the
State, deprive us of the benefits of a re
publican form of government as de
clared by the Constitution of the Uni
ted States, and call for the interposi
tion of the National Government .to
protect us in the rights and liberties
quaranteed to us by the fundamental
laws of the land.
That we hail with satisfaction and
earnestly appreciate the.words of sym
pathy~expressed in the platform of the
Republican state convention. of New
York.for the suffering -Republicans -of
the South, and call upon the Republi
can States throughout the North to
take up the refrain and continue to
keep it prominently before the people
of the country until a sentiment so
strong be moulded that the iniquities
be made to cease and the nation be re
lieved of a standing reproach.
- That itis thedeclared intention of the
Republican party by steadfastly main
taining the policy of protection to
American labor, to elevate the masses
of the people and by a wise extension
of the doctrine of-reciprocityto enlarge
our markets for the-products of our
farms and workshops.
That the~ meagre and inadequate
educational facilities afforded by tt\e
State, is a just cause for serious and
anxious consideration, in view of the
large percentage of illiteracy within
our borders, and the outlook for the
future of tbe youth who are to be
fitted and prepared for the grave and
responsible duties of citizenship. - That
in liberal progressive education the
future weal and prosperty of the,.com
monwealth is assured, while criminal
neglect of a matter of such promise in
its importance will assuredly tend to
demoraization and result in serious
consequences under the changed con
ditionas of society. .
That we hereby tender our most ain
cere sympathy to President Harrison
because of the illness of Mrs. Harrison,
and we ho,pe for.her speedy restoration
The folldwing -resolution was re
Resolved, That in view of the fact
that -a large maiority of the Republi
an voters of the State have* been de
prived of their rights to vote by the
unjust operation of the registration.and
election laws of the State, we deem it
inadvisable and inexpedient- to make
nominations for State effieers, but 'we
urge the Republican voters in every
part of t he State to support athe Na
tional ticket. -
Nix made a speech on this resolution.
He praised Tillman andsaid he thouih
if asked the Governor would give9 Re
publicans one mnager at- each Fed
eral box. -
,-J. Bingham moved the adoption of
the resolution deeming it unadvisable
to nominate a State ticket.
Jenkins of Berkeley advocated put
ting a State ticket in. the field. He
nioved to table thbe resolution.'
A grizzled old delegate.from Spartan
burg ma~de the best speech ofthernight.
He roused up all the delegates, many
of whom had been dozing. He came
out flatfooted for nomination of State
officers. His humor kept the crowd
howling with l.aughter.
The following e.e- oral ticket.was re.
ported b'y the c:ommit.tee: At large,JA
R. Talbert, W. 1L. Crumn;First District,
Bruce H. W'il iamj,; Second District,
James Powel: TPhird District, J. WV.
Morris; Fourth Dih.nict, Slawson W.
Melton; Fifth Dist riet, WV. E. Boykin;
Sixth District, M. M. Mouzon; Seventh
Distrit, Joseph WV. Collins.
Jenkins tried to get a State ticket
nominated. He made several lengthy
Nix glanced over his shoulder and
read: For Governor, E. A. Webster;
Lieutenant Governor, Robert Smalls;
Secretary of State, E. H. Deas
Jenkins jerked the paper. Crum
was tired and announced a motion to
adjourn in order. He declared the
motion carried, though the cborus of
noes was about five times as strong as
So, a few mmnutes before 5 a. in., the
convention adjourned without nomi
nating a State ticket.
A Conflict Avoided.
[Special to News and Courier.]
COLUMBIA, Sept. 29.-In order to
avoid a conflict of dates between the
celebration of Columbus Day and the
time appointed for the holding of the
semi-annuual exami nations ofapplicants
for State teachers' certificates, Super
intendent of Education Mayfield has
orlered the date of the examination of
teabers changed to October 22 instead
af October 21.
Two Colored state Faire.
[Special to News and Conrier.[
CoLtMBrA, Sept. 29.-South Caro
lina is to have two colored State Fairs
this year and in consequence the
chances of a creditable colored Fair are
proportionately reduced. The old-time
factional feeling still exists. The irre
pressible Hampton faction is to the fore
again, and they are g"ing to have a
Fair to keep pace with their opponents.
The State JFair Society has already
rented its grounds and buildings to the
other faction to hold its fair on Decem
ber 12 to 17. Now comes a letter from
the State Fair committee on fair
grounds and buildings renting the
Hampton factio.n the grounds and
buildings for a fair to be held, opening
on November29th, for $225, and this
OUR PROSPERITY LETTER.
PRoSPERITY, S. C., October 4.-Our
cotton market is buoyant, and buyers
are anxious at 71 a 8 eents for nice cot
Last Friday and Saturday middling
cotton was. quoted in New York at
7 . The same days here it brought on
oer streets 74 to 8 cents. Why .ship
cotton to New York and lose money,
when you can get as much or more in
Yesterday Mr. L. S. Bowers sold a
bale of Allen's long staple to Kenneth
Baker for 9cts. Mr. Baker is high
priced on long staple. He makes it a
speciality. Parties having long staple
should bear this in mind. It will pay
them to see Baker.
Business has picked up ever so much
within the last few days. On Friday
and Saturday we were reminded of the
good old days. The streets were jammed
with wagons and. other vehicles, and
the stores were crowded to overflowing,
and every body was happy aad serene.
Messrs Sammie Cannon and W. W.
Wheeler, "Bunts," left here this morn
ing for Florida. They go prospecting,
with a view of making the land of
flowers their future home, provided
they find suitable lucrative employ
ment. If this constant emigration-of
our. young men is not soon stopped, it
is only a question of time, when the old
men will die out and leave the place
absolutely in the hands of the ladies.
Rev. J. W. Blanton is holding a
series of meetings in his church -(Bap
tist) here this week. It is hoped that
much good will be accomplished for
the Master's cause.
Next Spnday the 9th inst. the sacra
ment of the Holy Communion will be
administered by Rev. T. O. Keister, in
the Lutheran church here.
On the third Sunday in this month,
(Oct.) children's day will be observed
in the Lutheran Church at this place.
The exercises morning and evening
will consist of sermons, addresses and
music suitable to the occasion.
Mr. Wm. A. Moseley is having a lot
of lumber delivered preparatory to
erecting a beautiful and modern style
dwelling. William is a progressive
man-if you will just give him time
enough and plenty of money to pro
Miss Mary Traywick, has gone to her
new field of labor in Columbia Female
College, where she has been unan
imously elected a teacher. Her sister,
Miss Annie, accompanied her, to enter
college, where she has already been
Candidate V. Y. Boozer, left yester
day, to take -his second year in the
Theological Seminary at Newberry.
Last week your correspondent fell
into a most unhappy and egregious
error, in substituting Hiss Bessie-Bow
ers name,for that of Miss Bessie Tray
wick, in the recitation -entitled. "The
Angel of Buena Vista." Miss Bessie
Bowers had neither part nor parcel in
the Literary exercises, and what was
said of Miss -Bowers, was intended for
Miss Traywick. Your correspondent
humbly craves the pardon of Miss
Traywick for this almost unpardonable
error. Until pardoned for this enor
we will-not be happy and serene. -
The Town Council is now taking
steps to supply a .long felt want in our
town. It is the levying and collecting
a town tax on all personal and real
p"operty. Heretofore (save at one time)
only a capitation tax has been raised
for all town purposes. Besides being
totally insufficient; a capitation tax
-only, is both unequal ana unjust. A
tax upon all property, of all kinds
whatsoever, is the only just and equita
ble means .of raising supplies for muni
ipal, and general public purposes. The
levy in this instanceis only a mill, and
a halt. The assessment will be made
about the 15th inst, and the tax eok
lected about the 15thsof November.
No man, of public spirit a,nd*enterpirise
will object, we are sure. 'YU-BE.
TAXES AND REVENUE.
What is said About the Assessment of
Property and the Probable Revene.
[Special to News and Courier.]
COLUMJ3ra, September 29.-Just 'at
this time last year the matter of wasuu
meuitfor taxation -of;the pelksonal:jpro
perty in the State-was- exciting wide
spread interest owing to.the greatly in
creased assessments~ brought about by
the' eff'orts of Conptroller General
Ellerbe, and much more property than
had ever -been known before was placed
on the State tax books, even the "sot e
back" mules coming in. It was guite a
revolution that comptroller Euaerbe
claimned,. to have effected in the tax
achinery of- the State, and he pro
mised as soon as the Legislature met to
do much greater things. But the Legis
lature did not respond -to any extent
and the Courts decided against him in
ntesses brought up.
So.far this year ithas been impossible
to secuire any d~efinite information in,
regard to the returns of property for
taxation, although the auditors have
sent ~in most of their blanks and the'
sheet is practically complete. Bnt it
now sappears that. this year's -sheet will
show that the Teturns .of property as
compared with-iast year's returns will
show a considerable decease
'Chief Clerk' Norton, of the Comp
troller's office, was seen to-day about
the matter. He said that there would
be no increase-this year in the amount~
of property returned, but that there
would be a considerable~ deficiency.
The returns on 'the "sore back" mules
would hold their own. He cannot say
how large a decrease there will be this
year in the total figures, but it will be
considerable. He says this is due to
In the first place the decisions of the
State Supreme Court in the test cases
have prevented the.auditors from rais
ig property under Section 2?.9 of the
General Statutes, and there has been
a great deal of evasion under these de
cisions. In fact, they have been hiding
their p.roperty behind these decisions
Another cause of the decrease will be
the~omission of assessments on the side
tracks of the railroads of the State.
Last year tbis class of property was
assessed and came in the total. Tb"is
year all such assessments have been
abated and will not be counted at all.,
Another important cause is that
under a recent Act of Congress foreign
land associations are exempt from
ebarges for State taxes; and their pro-1
perty can no longer be placed on the
tax: books and assessed. This is due to
the fact that bonds held by non-resi
dents cannot be taxed. except in the
place where their holders 'reside.
The Comptroller has been longing
for the four years period for the reas
sessment of real property in the State
to arrive so that the State board of
equalization could meet and reassess
this class of property, as it claims, on
a par with all other property. But
when the dates, etc, in regard to this
were looked up to-day it was found that
the State board met in July 8, 1890, and
as the Act makes it impossible 'to reas
sess under every four years and not
only every five, it will be Jiy, 1894,
before any change can be made. The
signal failure of the efforts of the
Comptroller to have a reassessment or
dered by the lastLegislature has already
t en mentined very fully.
Such is the situation at present as far
as the tax departmnent of the State
Goverment of zsouth Carolina is con
Who is always 0. K., is to the fore
with a butcher's block for the slaugh
ter of bigh prices-for cash sales
"hos, foot and dragoons." So .you
may expect nn immense slaughter of
the enemy and a signal victory, result
ing in much goods for the people at a
I "WORTH EA BOGX~P"
Complying with general re
will in future for the United -
States be covered with
A Tasteless and
completely disguising the
taste of the Pill without in any
way impairing its efficacy.
Prce 25 cents a Box.
New York Depot 65 Cazal street.
NOTES FROM EXCELSIOR.
Weather cool and bracing.
Mr. Walton Lake has returned from
his visit to Atlanta.
Mr. J. H. Dominick has taken in a
new boarder since our last letter.
Our farmers are busy at work and
still the fields are white with cotton.
Our people .who have been on the
sick list are able to exercise around as
Mr. M. D. Miller and family have
been on a visit to relatives in O'Neall
Prof: J. .S. Wheeler and family of
our little village, have been on a visit
to relatives in St. Luke's section.
The young folks of our little village
enjoyed a pleasant social gathering at
Mr. T. L. Wheeler's residence on Fri
day night last.
Miss Victoria Crosson has returned
home after a pleasant sojourn with
relatives and friends in this and ad
Messrs. James D. Kinard and Rufus
C- Counts left here on Monday for
Newberry College to be present at the
opening of that institution.
Let's attend the closing exercises of
Bachman Chapel academy on Friday,
7th, and spend a pleasant day with
the good people of Ridgeroad com
munity. Le' us all go with well filled
baskets, meet old associates and be
happy and cheerful together;
It seems rather strang,eaaar thel
rattling noise of the freigb0train
our quiet little village on _8una
morning while our people are'prepSr
ing for church. These trains rn1
have been delayed on-theidadgtet tbi
don't' add any to the pea'ce ani
quietude of our Sabbaths.
The patrons of Excelsior school at a
recent meeting re-elected Prof. J. S.
Wheeler as teacher of said school for
another scholastic school term. We
are informed that Prof. Wheele as
accepted and that school will reopen
as soon as convenient. *We congt
ulate the patrons of the school in again
securing the services of one so- com-.
petent to - fill the school-room as
Female Weakness Positive Cure.
To the Editor : Please inform your
readers that I have a positive remedy
for the thousand and one ills which
arise from deranged female organs. I
shall be glad to send two bottles of my
remedy Free to any lady if they will
send their Express and P. O. address,
DR. A. C. MARGHISI,
Utica, N. Y.
For sale-a seven room cottage with
well of water. and all necessary im
provements. . Desirably located in the
village of 'Belena. Price $450. . For
Herald and News office. tf
Is still at ths front!
canf rely olit!It iiv
fails to perform a cure!
CHEs Antbyal-P def1 2
NWtBE RRY,ed I . .
Third diteryit asgoodnti fouar
lihdin.cohesfeir iabith Ausctof ee1
Notes s u Sta..:l ....f 177 35nX
tae ndng pemxbdi-e0.1..... 300 00
Contingent eresa. .. -.- 262 90
Cash in National Ba'k...... 552 92
Cash on hand............... 940 24
LIA BILIT IES.,
Profits and loss...,........... 1,340'18<
Discounts .................. 417 06
Due depositorsl.. ........ T0(rWi
Personally appeared before me, R. H.
WRIGHT, Cashier of the Newberry
Savings Bank. who swears that the
above statement is trne to the. best of
his knowledge and belief.
R. H. WRIGH T, Cashier.
Sworn to before me this 3d day of
ELBERT H. AULL, jL.s.]
N. P of S. C.
Cot rect. Attest:
JAMES McINTOSH, Directors.
,_JOH NO. PE JPLES,
COUNCIL CHAMBERS. 1
NEWBERRY, S. C., Oc t. 4, 1892. f
O WNE RS OR AGENTS OFPREM
ises are notified to have the same
cleansed and disinfected on or before
October 15, 1892. Inspection by the
Board of Health will be made imume
By order Board of Health.
WV. G. HOUSE AL, Chairman.
J. S. FAn Secretary.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO
the assigned estate of J. E. Prince
are requested to settle by the 15th
October. If not the claims will be put
H ARRY H. BLEASE,
F. B. McINiTOSH,
Estate of P. M. Den30n.
O N THE 4TH DAY OF NOVEM
ber next, I will make a final set
teent on the above named estate,
and apply to the Probate Court of
Newberry County for Letters Dis
misory as Administratrix ef said
estate.- SALLIE A. DENSON,
Sept. 20th, 1892.
I extend a cordial invitation
in your midst. Here you w
which it will be my aim to Si
Come and compare my
and then give me a fair trial.
My stock of Millinery ar
of the Ladies of Newberry.
SEE THE LAI
i$ : vill find
steii i eivor of y
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
OF COMMON PLEAS.
George S Mower as Administrator of
the personal estate of Cynthia Mower,
deceased, Plaintiff, against Rebecca
A Cole as Executrix of the last will
and testament of n Cole,. de
ceased, and in her ht,'illiam
SY. Cole, Rachel , crtis .
'allie Cole, Mary e Cole
?la Cole, Anna (4e0md Wais
r APPEARING -THAT THE
statements in Plaintiff's petition are
true, and on motion of. Mower & By
num, attorneys for Plaintiff;
It is ordered, That unless the above
-dd&s We M. $cole do
w ' p tbe; appoint
. l =Yrrein,
tbn. A ar is e, be and-he is
hereby appointed guardian ad litem of
said infant Defendants to appear and
defend this action in their behalf.
It is further ordered, That this order
be served upon said infant Defendants
by the publication thereof in one issue
of The Newberry Herald and News, and
by forthwith depositing copies thereof
in the Postoffice addressed to said De
fendants at Palestine, Texas,- postage
prepaid in full.
Master for Newberry County, S. C.
Master's Of fice, vet. 4, 1892.
Dress for this season?
I have it at 10 cents a yard
orz9 at $2.50 a yard, and at any
price between these two you
that you can get nowhere else.
The changeable eiYeets are
the newest things. Blues,
browns, greens and reds are
THE LEADLNG SHADES
and rough efects and Storm
Serges f-e material. I can
sell you these goods witha
silks, 'velvets, braids and but
tons to match to
SUIT ANY SIZE POCKET B0OK.
A complete Dress Pattern for
$1.00 or $15.00
, 3~Jave a first-class line of
~insxg Goods. Notions,
Flannels, Domestics an d
Shoes. It will
SAVE YOU MONEY
by looking at these lines be
fore buying. Give me a call
and be convinced.
. Neyvberry, S .
A LL PERSONS HOLDING
claims against the estate of Henry
C. Robertson, deceased, are requested
to present the same, duly attested to
my attorney. W. H. Hunt, Jr., on or
beforethe 1st day of November, 1892.
MARY E. ROBERTsoN,
T HE REGULAR SEMI-ANNUAL
-examination of applicants for
Teachers' Certificates of Qualification
will be tr.4d at the School Commis
eroner's Office-on Saturday, 22nd day'6f
Applicanits must furnish pens, ink
-Examination will begin at 9 a. in.,
and close at.4 p. m. .,
...County School Comissioner.
Oportnity forboard n c'eubs wml be
tus'>emeasurbl reed. I s imae
tht boa for the Sssion nee not exceed
*s0 .Tui n **5,aer*n Wo class
ard in fames ad rolg in clege
G. W HOLLAND. President.
A FIRST CLASS MALE TEACH
er to teach an eight months school
at Rutherford Graded School. Appi
ations made, with amount of slr
asked, to J. 0. Turnipseed by the 15t
day of October~. School is to commene
the 1st of November.
Address applications to me at Cald
well P. O., Newberry County, S. C.
J. 0. TURNIPSEED,
* Chirman~Board of Trustes
0 0 W TBi
to visit the New Storebich
ill find a Choice and Vaied
3ll at popular Jp
goods, both as regards price and
.d Hats cannot help but be pies
,rhibitec at 3.3 St
ey is e ip and I
Ve resife4 y yas,
Which we propose to sell close. We have
rHIS WEEK. Goods bought away down
riviug daily. Call-and in
WE'LL SAVE T
where I wl
tomers and as many
favor me with their pati
T HE -JI
Contains 1-3 More Lithia than th
IT HAS NO SUPERIOR IN
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Liver Co
Gout, Diseases of the Kidney
aturia and Catamenial De
eases of the Blood.
to cure Car
ON DRAUGHT AND FOR SALE
Robertson & Gilder's an
NTowr Open2 fo
Fg parge~ulars write t .T A~I1P
m and Count
I have recently ope
quality, with competi
sing to the eye and tas
some GRAND BARGAINS
under-value. Our newstocg
spect theni and
ew ones as
i r i 804sn
3 and Blad1der~ Hexa'
BY THE GALLONA A