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ing yesterday, 1 i89.
- ust opened a very hand
~'ortment of Fancy Crockery
-Cut Glass, suitable for Wedding
ad Birthday Presents, which we offer
"v Beasonable Prices. It will payyou
to call and examine our stock before
R, t R~OBERTSON & GILDES,
On unday morning at 9 o'clock, the
residence of Mr. J. B. Campbell, of
Jalapa, was destroyed by fire.
Tii fire originated from the stove
fune in the kitchen
The los is about 2,000 with $700 in
C. W. Collings has opned a jewelry
store atCoppcek's, on at st. tf
-The bargains displayed are too num
eroiato mention. You must go and
seethem. The prices are at rockbot
The Best Seed Wheat on the market,
at PsocTOR TODD.
The selection of Smith & Wearn dis
playsexcellent taste and low prices for
tiebest goods. They also have a line
r fthe Incomparable Ziegler Bros'. shoes,
aboutwhich the ladiea especially will
be pleased to know-see their ad.
The Democrate Eeutive Committee.
The County Democrati c Executive
Committee is hereby called to meet at
the offce of Blease & Blease on Mon
day 31st instant at 11 o'clock in the
Business of importance is to be
brought before the committee, and
every member is earnestly requested to
c- attend. HARRY H. B*.l;sE,
A Barrel of Nice Saur Kraut, at
By seilarrangeents with pub
ushers lam now slngschool bo
the wholesale -lit price, thus reduci
theretail rc1 osdrby hsi
S and on account of the exceedingly low
prcwill have to be sold stricy for
cash. I have a- full supply of Sho
~~ anege Text Books on hand, and
am now ready to sell themat the low
.- -Btprice possible.
--Z. F. WRIGHT.
Cosmopontan T'eater Company.
The company Is decidedly above the
4' average, and did some capital acting.
Mt:sLilly. Pearce displayed decided
dramatic talent and was wellsuore
- in the female parts by Misses Paland
.oga Mr. Lawrence Russell made
adcdd"hit" as a comedian, espe
clall-iau.the part of K. G. Hopper,in
"Little Ferret." We wish and predict
a successful season for the Cosmopoli
Picture Frame.s, Albums and Easels
Jbstxeceived another fine assortment
of Picture Frames at Salters' Photo
is now open for the
Fresh ame and
JXE~~ DUNBAR, AGT.
~ ~ A iNarrow Escape.
Dr. Houseal had a narrow escape from
afatal accident last Saud. As he
*ass driving near the C. . ad L.
trestle his horse was startled at the
sound of the whistle of the train and
threw the buggy against a foot-bridge
smashing the front wheel. Dr. Houseal
was thrown over between the front
wheel and the shafts and dragged about
thirty yards to the creek, where he
was extricated from his perilious poi
tion. His ankle was sprained adhis
cloi-hing torn in pieces. The doctor's
Inuisthough slight have confined
hmto his room.
All the Second Hand Cloth
-ing in the County in exchange
for furniture and other goods
in my line.
R. C. Williams,
The Installment Man,
And Dried Beef at McIntosh's.
Gor ins trels.
Ti" Geora Minstrels wave a show last
D'A% h can best be described by the
Thisthekn of pef ace they gv
S and a delgtdaudience will vouch for the
iac. Te sowbrimmed over with 'go
things," and it is hard workrlto
were thestars and they were bright ones in
Ceed, and both won tripl ecores. The
anigwas admirable, adthe dancing has
Snot ee surpassed here. The Cheatham
1&others were very effective in song and
Sdance business and Gauze, "The Black
PattI," gave a female Impression eual to
any ever seen on this stg.The prom
ance was admirable thogout and the
ofthe audience was keen through
f~al~ eigh State Chronicle, 18th.
Deafness annot be Cured.
-- by local applications as they cannot
rreach the diseased portion of the ear.
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
4ition of the mucous lining of the Eus
tachian Tube. When this tube is in
Sfasned you have a rumbling sound or
Imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
unless the inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destroyed
forever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous sur
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
eatarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's
SCatarrh Cure. Send for circulars; free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo.
aSSold by Dro5gists, 75c.
~ -z-~*- -. -- - -
Stock for Sale.
National Bank of New
Newberry Cotton Mills.
o Building and Investment
J. J. LANE,
VARIOUS AND ALL ABOUT.
A shower of rain on Sunday night
3as s--ttled the dust.
There are to be several weddings in
hewberry soon, so we hear.
We regret to learn of the illness of
Rev. Mr. Hanekel at Abbeville.
The cold weather came suddenly and
)vercnats were in demand on Mon
Trial Justice Peterson's little boy is
gradually improving, we are glad' to
A new postoffie has been established
it Longsbore-W. G. Peterson post
Congressmen elect Talbert and Lati
mer were in Newberry last week, the
guests of Dr. Pope.
Burr James Ramage has been elected
Professor of History in the University
Df the South at Sewanee, Tenn.
There will be no meeting of the A.
R. P. Conference at Cannon Creek on
the fifth Sabbath in this month.
We understand that the boys at
Newberry College are talking of organ
izing a military company.
The trimming of the trees on the
4de-walks. kave added greatly to the
ppearance of the streets.
Dr. M. A. Benwick has purchased
tive acres of the Motte land in Brook
lyn, and will move to town soon.
'Gene Greneker's prize was a hand
some nickle lantern. We hope this
presages a conductor's berth in the
The jurors for the November term of
the Court will be drawn toeday. Just
one day too late for The Herald and
News to publish the list this week.
The hot supper last Friday-night was
a great success in every way. It was
a most delightful occasion and about
1100 were realized. The laboratory will
now be put in at onee.
Rev. B. B. Peery, of Virginia, the
second Missionary of the Lutheran
church to Japan, preached in Luther
Chapel on Monday night. He sails for
Japan on November 5th. This was
his last public service before leaving
Mr. J. A. Burton, agent of the Equi
table Life Insurance Company received
last week a check for $7,000 for Mrs.
Robertson, the amount of the policy
held by Mr. H. C. Robertson in the
company. It was a quick and prompt
Rev. W. C. Schaeffer will preach his
farewell sermon. to the Newberry Lu
theran congregation next Sunday at
11a. m. He will speak some parting
words to his friends generally at 7.30
p. M. Mr. Schaefer will leave on next
Monday for Savannah. His family will
remain in Newberry for several weeks.
A lot of small boys, both white and
black, have a babit of. getting on the
trains at Newberry and riding until
the train is running very fast and then
jumping off. It should be stopped. If
the parents will not keep their boys
trom the depots when they have no
business there, the police should take
.atter in hand.
55S Crittenden, agent for the Man
etrLife Insurance Company paid
$3,000 to Mrs. Robertson, October 19th.
the amount of the policy held by Mr. H.
D. Robertson in that company. This is
one of the best and most prompt com
pies writing insurance. It now has
~000in Newberry County, and many
f t'he best people in the lower part ol
the State have policies in it. It was
organized in 1850. Mr. Crittenden is
now in Mewberry and will be pleased
to talk insurance to you if you need
- Land rer sale
185 Acres Land on the road to Hig
gins Ferry, four miles from Newberry,
will be sold on liberal terms.
t. J.&s. J. LANE, Broker.
We are opening ap this week, at
Pelham's, a magnificent line of Fine
China Ware, suitable for wedding
We will make a full display of this
stock Monday, October 31st, at
Mrs. WV. H. Stone is visiting hei
mnother in New berry County.--ClintoD
Miss Jennie Elehelberger, of Charles
haaenL.o-asiit--to Mrs. Holland
Dr. Julius D. Dreher, of Roanoke
College, was in town the early part of
Chancellor J. H. Irby, of Laurens,
was in Newberry last week on a visit
to his old friends.
Dr. and Mrs. A. Kinard, of Elloree,
B. C., came up last Saturday on a visit
to relatives and friends in Newberrzy.
Mr. George Clark, of the Chappells'
neighborhood, spent a day or two with
friends in Helena recently.
Misses Lizzie Fellers and Crozis
Welh have- been the pat week on a
visit to Miss Lula May Lthan at Lit
Capt. M. M. Buford, of Newberry,
was at the Jacksonville Stock-show
and took an active part in the proceed
ings last Friday.-Clinton Gazette.
Miss Emily Pope retarned last week
from Pendleton and remained until
Monday the guest of the MissesMazyck,
when she left for her future home ir
Mr. Israel Brown left Sunday to con
tinue his studies in the Charleston
Medical College. Mr. Brown is a brighi
student and it is his intention, we
believe, at the close of his studies here
to pursue them for a while in Europe.
People call it backache and do noth
ing for it until the doctor is called and
he pronounces it rheumatism. If they
had used Salvation Oil in time the
doctor's bill could have been isaved.
Synod is over and we have a painful
dullness. All visitors were successfully
entertained ; members were royall3
treated. In short synod at Mt. Tabo3
was a grand success.
Mr. Gleo. W. Swittenberg is building
a new house which will add to the
beauty of Little Mountain..
Mr. S. J. Derrick will teach thui
season at White Rock.
The Mt. Tabor High School wil
open again on the first Monday of No
vember. Prof. W. A. Counts is re
taned for the next session.
Highest of all in Leavening Pc
The celebration in Newberry was ob
served a.!cording to programme by the
The teachers and scholars marched
into Assembly ball at 10 a. m., and
quite a number of citizens were pres
Superintendent Evans made an ad
dress on the growth of the United
States, showing that the South had
placed nearly all the stars in the flag.
This remakable historical fact, though
not found in the histories, was accom
plished by the policy of our Southern
leaders. This address was very inter
Prof. Welch then explained in a prac
tical manner the change of the calen
dar which made October 12th, the day
of America's discovery, became October
21st, the .day we celebrate.
The pupils of the Graded school then
marched to the front of the building,
and the stars and stripes floated to the
Reassembling in the hall, "My coun
try 'tis of Thee," was sung by the pupils
in a very sweet manner.
Geo. B. Cromer then delivered an
address appropriate to the occasion.
He hit the mark-just like Columbus.
The celebration was a source of great
gratification to the pupils-from the
tots to the highest grade. The good
order displayed is worthy of special
Globe-A nice woven, light, imported
Corset. Warner's Health Coraline,
and the celebrated Four-in-hand in
A full line of the best gloves made.
"Centimeri"-Every pair sold with a
Hosiery-The best black to be had,
Jackets-Of these we have a very
choice stock in the latest styles.
Blankets-In good supply and low
Come and look through our stock.
ly C. & G. S. MOWER CO.
C. W. Collings is prepared to repair
your watch or jewelry on short notice.
Office at J. W. Coppock's store. tf
The Lutheran Synod.
The Lutheran Synod of South Caro
lina met in annual session at Mt. Ta
bor church in Newberry County last
Wednesday, Rev L. E. Busby was
elected president and Rev. M. J. Ep
ting secretary. There was a good at
tendance and the good people of that
community were untiring in their
efforts to entertain the synod and right
well did they succeed.
The business session closed on Satur
day afternoon. There was much trans
acted of interest to the church but not
of general interest.
On Friday afternoon there was
rather a lively time which can result
in no good to the church. The ques
tion was the dividing of the pastorate
served by Rev. J. A. Sligh, composed
of St. Paul's and Mt. Tabor. There
was a petition to synod asking the di
vision. There has been -for some time
considerable opposition on the part of
some to Mr. Sligh as their pastor, es
pecially of Mt. Tabor congregation.
At St. Paul's there is almost unanim
ity for him, and the only way to settle
the matter seemed to be to divide the
pastorate. This was done. Mr. Sligh
made a very bitter speech before the
synod in which he attacked in strong
language all tLose who were opposed
to him, and concluded by saying that
the opposition to him in the church
was opposition to the Reform move
ment in politics. How that is we do
not know, but it is strong evidence
that his being in politics is doing the
church no good. It was very unfortu
nate that politics should have been
brought in the church. We were not
present and will not attempt to give
what was said.
The pastorate was divided, and Mr.
Sligh will serve St. Paul's, and Mt. Ta
bor will make its own arrangements.
We hope no great harm will result to
On Sunday there was a very large
congregation present, and Dr. Horn
preached the sermon and Revs. W. K.
ligh, Robert E. Livingston and S. P.
Schumpert were ordained to the Gos
In the afternoon an address was de
livered by Rev. R. B. Peery, mission
ary to Japan.
The next convention will be held in
Good looks are more than skin deep, de
pending upon a healthy condition of au1 the
vital organs- If the Liver be inactive, you
have a Blous Look, if your stomach be dis
you Kdnes*e" afete ohv e *a*Pnce"d
Look. Secure good health and you will have
good looks. Electric Bitters is the gra
alterative and Tonic acts directly on hese
vital organs. Cures Pimples, Blotches, Boils
and gives a good complexion. Sold at
Robertson & Giders, Drugstore, 50c. per
SENATORS, Congressmen, JUdges,
great Lawyers, Professors, ALL pro
nounce the .L W. HARPER WHIS
KEY superior to the finest French
Brandy. The leading physicians pre
scribe it on account of its purity.
For sale by
THOS. Q. BOOZER,
E'ewberry, S. C.
Sorry Be !)d It.
On the 6th of October, Jno. Turner
aias Tom Williams, raised the pounds
of cotton seed sold Mr. J. F. Todd 2,000.
He changed a 1 to a 3 in the gross
weight of the wagon and added a 2 tc
the total and the work was done. He
lived on Lewis Duckett's place. Mr.
Todd caught him on Wednesday last.
He says he found a ticket and substi
tuted it for the one Mr. Jones, the
weigher, gave him. He says he knew~
it was wrong and is sorry. He paid
Mr. Todd all damages and was let go,
Whooping-cough. croup, sore.throat,
infuenza, bronchitis, cold, and caugh~
are at once relieved and positively and
nermanently cured by Dr. Bull's Cough
isyrup, the incomparable remedy for
all pulmonary and throat affections.
Lawn Grass Seed; also
Red Onion Sets
For sale low, at
Go to Collings, the jeweler, if you
wish watches or jewelry repaired ir
the highest order and at the lowest
prices. At Coppock's stand. ti
wer..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report
OUE PROSPERITY LETE.
PROSPERITY, S. C., Oct. 25.-At last
finally, the dust is about to disappeai
and we are enabled to breath nor
Our cotton market is again on a boom
and buyers are anxious at prices raLg
ing from 7j to 71.
For information coneeriing tbi
Third Party, address J. W. Bowden
manager, Third Party manufacturinl
Company, Columbia, S. C.
The cotton crop is nearly all har
vested, and well nigh all sold.
A new, permanent boarder was re
ceived at Wise's hotel last Saturday
The peculiarity about this particulai
boarder is, that while he is neither des
nor dumb, yet he cannot tell his name
in fact he cannot speak at all, and stil
his vocal organs are all in perfeci
Will J. Maffett left here this morn
ing for Florida where he expects t<
make his future home.
The protracted drought has pre
vented the early sowing of oats. I
there is a sufficiency of rain now, how
ever, there will be large quantitie;
sowed within the next ten days.
Everybody who wants a good squarn
meal, and wants to get the full value o.
their money, goes to Prosperity Hotel,
and leave full, happy and serene.
All the men in the "movement'
who wanted offices, did not get them,
hence we have a Third Party. More
parties more offices.
Rev. J.D. Bowles of Orangeburg fillec
Rev. Keister's pulpit on Sunday morn
ing, and Rev. E. A. Wingard filled it
at night. Both of these men preached
Rev. Prof. Voigt of the Theological
Seminary at Newberry will preach it
Grace Church next Sunday morning
and evening. Rev. Keister goes, tc
Orangeburg to assist Dr. Hawkins in i
series of meetings.
Prosperity High School is in a flour
ishing condition, and is Increasing it
Business in Prosperity is good. Ouw
business men are well pleased, and ar(
constantly replacing their stock wiLl
new orders. Purchasers are likewisc
pleased both with the character auc
prices of goods.
The business men are now contein
plating supplying a long felt need it
this place. It is building and equip
ping a small, but first class hotel,
While we have two hotels so-called, it
he place, neither one is adapted to the
wants of the travelling public, nor it
keeping with enterprise and progresi
of the place. A small, but attractivE
and well furnished hotel with modert
conveniences and appliances would add
materially to the place. It is a placE
of quiet especially on Sundays, whict
is so much sought by weary travellen
and they would come from distances tc
a place where they could find elegant
rooms, a good table and quiet witb
other conveniences. In connection witt
a first class hotel, is the unknowr
quality and character of our mineral
well which should be thoroughly de
veloped; the well itself made attractiv
and the qualities medicinal, and quan
tities be ascertained and be widely anc
extensively advertised. There is nc
question in my mind, as to the cer
tainty of this well being the source a
unknown healing properties, and al
some future day the right -an or met
will take hold of this enterprise, anc
develop its resources and not only fine
a paying, but a healing water whict
will attrart and make a home for the
time being ot thousands of suffering
humanity. Let this matter be properl1
introduced to the public in connectior
with the hotel. YU-BE.
We will have this week some
of the prettiest novelties for hol
iday and wedding presents evel
displayed here. There is a trea
awaiting you, and whether~ yot
have purchases in mind, or not
come and see them. We art
strongly tempted to describt
some of the exquisite products
of the season's ard, which shov
that the caprices of fashion ar<
apt to be wonderfully charming
But you get' a much better idea i
you come and look for yourself
THE CENTB.L DBUG STRE
This remedy is becoming so well kno1
and. so popular as to need no special me1
tion. All who have used Electric Biter sin,
the same song of praise. A purer medicin
does not exist and it is guaranteed to do al
that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure al
diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will re
move Pimples, Boils, Salt Rheum, and othe
affections caused by impure blood, wiln dri
Malaria from the system and prevent as wel
as cure all Malarial fevers. For cure of Head
ache, Constipation and Indigesticai try Eles
tic Bitters. Entire satisfaction guaranteel
or money refunded. Price 50 eta. and $1 pe
bottle at Robertson & Gilder's Drug Store.
Harris' Lithia Water will save yoi
from fever spell of sickness this Spring
For sale by Robertson & Gilder and W
E. Pelham. tf
A full line o
Lamps of all kinds ; als<
Lanterns, Oil Cans and Lan
tern Globes, at prices to sui
the times, at
Congressman Johnstone's Position on th
To the Cotton Plant: It is only with
in the last two~or three days that I hay
seen your editorial of October 1st, en
titled "A Manly Position." Permi
me to p ass by the tone of the articl
towards myself and the statement
contained in it, which relate to th
acts of-others, which I do not wish t
discuss, and to go at once to an erro
of fact which relates to myself alone.
You state thatlI had become a con
vert to the Sub-Treasury Bill. I hay
never so stated. What I did say dur
ing the late canvass was: that the an
thor of the Sub-Treasury Bill had statei
that the fundamental Ideas in it weri
but two-first, an enlargement of th<
circulating medium; and second, some
method of making it flexible-and tha
I was willing to help devise somi
scheme, based upon sound financia
principles, that would accomplisi
these two results. If. this be to en
doe the Sub-Treasury Bill, well ant
good; otherwise, I have nevcr en
dorsed it, but on the contrary have al
ways, both in public and private, dis
tinctly stated that I did not do so.
You will, I hoe publish this.
October 14, 1892.
"Do Figure. LIe?"
In your last issue, under the captior
of Do Figures Lie, it is said 30 chickenm
were sold at 50 cents each, and 30 at 33]
each; which in groups of 5-20of the -S
cent ones and 3 of the others-would
be $2 a group, and 60 chickens would
make .12 such groups worth $24 instead
of $25. There could have been only 10
such groups: the other 10 chickens sold
or 0entse ach_. WMs. WELCH.
WEDDING AT "SUNSHINE."
Gay Times at the Marriage of a Confeder
ate Veteran's Daughtei.
HoPE STATION, S. C., Oct. 20.-Tho
elegant and hospitable home of Col. D
A. Dickert at "Sunshine," Newberr3
County, was the scene of a brillianl
wedding last night, a wedding which
rivalled the splendid wedding of Colo.
nel Dickert long ago, the splendors of
which are still narrated in the neighbor.
hood. Many guests from all sections
of Newberry and adjacent counties
were present. Colonel Dickert is a
veteran of the Third South Carolina
Regiment, Kershaw's~old brigade. He
was as brave a soldier as ever trod shoe
Precisely at8 o'clock Miss Alma Kate
Dickert was married to Mr. George T.
D3ickert of Meldrim, Ga., Rev. J. H.
Wyse officiating. The couple stood
under a beautiful horse shoe in the
The attendants were: Miss Janie
Dickert of Hampton County, in cream
watered silk; Miss Ola Crooks, in pink
silk and. lace; Miss Susie Arnett of
Fairfield, in a blue Henrietta with lace;
Misa Lottie Dickertof Atlanta, in blue
silk and lace; Miss Mary Pearson, in a
skin Henrietta and lace; Messrs. J. T
Stewart and- Lee Dickert of Atlanta,
Messrs. Sheely and Claude Dickert of
Newberry and Mr. Joseph Martin of
Fairfield. Misses Gussie Dickert and
Claudia Coleman acted as flower girls
A most elegant supper was served
and heartily enjoyed.
Among the ladies present were Misses
Carrie, Fannie, and Ida Suber, Miss
Julia Hentz, Miss Ollie Miller, Miss
Mary Hope, of Lexington, Miss Janie
Nance of Newberry, and Mrs. Arnett,
Miss Florence Martin and Miss Alice
Fossett of Fairfield.
Colonel Dickert was happy with his
many friends and neighbors, and more
particularly with some of his old army
comrade, among whom were Gen. H.
L. Farley of Spartanburg, Congress
man George Johnstone, J. M. John
stone, Dr. Ed C.- Jones andLoonis
Blalock, Drs. J. M. H- Ruff and J- K.
Chapman, Messrs. Sale, Heller, James
Epting, David Livings ton, T. A. Setz
ler and W. H. Sondly from Newberry
Dancing wr indulged In by old and
young and a merry time they all had
The couple left for Spartanburg this
morning.-Speclal to the Register.
Shoes, Shoes, Shoes.
Zeigler's well known Shoes. J. Faust
& Son's Shoes. All solid as a silver dol
lar at MOWER'S. tf
Cigars are still taking the lead
in town. Have you given them a
trial? If not, why not? Our
sales are increasing, a proof of
1 " To be had only at
When Baby was siek, we gave her Castoria.
When shewas a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
3Around and About st. PhilUips.
Mr. Editor: This Is to inform you and the
si,p asmooth'sa*lng*o'ertheoad sa, ci
time with asclear blue sky above, and a
cloudless horizon surrounding us. Ahemi.
Own othe prevailinr fine weather most
othfarmors around St. Phillips are nearly
Glad to say our debating society is still in
the lead. That's right boys, only try your
best to keep her there.
He, who runs away, lives to fight another
day..That's what 1 said as I showed my heels
to the old cow the other day. That's news
ILast Thursday I had the pleasure of looking
at Old80 houg asetnoked glass as he was
partially eclipse by the moon passing be.
tween him and the earth. The average num
ber of eclipses of both luminaries na century
is about thirty.
I've heard it said that Tomr Watson isastand
In g fiat-footed on the Third party platform.
Wish some good man would take two screws
and a screw-driver and sneak under that
platform and run the screws upnwards into his
shoe-heels so he couldn't get loose when the
thing goes under: on the 8th of November.
Weaver. like the spider, is weaving a web
In which he expects to capture every poor
Every long-sighted andstrong-mlinded man5i
will avoid Weaver and his web, though they
Sdo say there is but little doubt that hre will
atch a good many flies. OALHoUN.
IS NOW OPEN FOR THE
SEASON. FRESH NORFOLE
OYSTERS WILLT BE SERVE]D
AT ALTLT TIMES AND IN AN!
STYLE .........---. --. ---.
GIVE~ ME A CALT,T RESPECT
FULLY.... ...... B. JONES.
October 20, 1892, at the residence ol
the bride's father, Mr. Jas. Davenport,
yTrial Justice Peterson, Mr. Calvin
Paeand Miss Mary B. Davenport,
all of Niewberry County.
October 18th, 1892, by Rev. J. D.
Bowles, Dr.A. Kinard, ofElloree, S. C.,
and Miss Ida Bowles, daughter of the
October 19, 1892,-at the residence 01
the bride's.father, Col. D. A. Dickert,
by ev. J. Ii. Wyse, Mr. George.T
-Dickert, of Meldrim, Ga., and Misi
Aas Dickert, -of Newberry - County,
Mrs. G. T. Reid, of Chappells, de
parted this life last Friday and was
Sburied at Cokesbury on Saturday. She
rwas an...estimable lady and .leaves a
devoted- husband .and an interestling
-little family to miss her gracious pres
ence and considerate care.
Mr. N. W. Gregory, Trial Justice of
Township 7, this coun.ty,-died last Fri
Iday. .fr. Gr:egory had.been in declin
ing health some time and a week pre
vious to bie-death ordered his burial
case and grave clothes, which he ex
amined, remarkitig that in a few days
he would haaeisefor them.
List of letter u nclled-n advrie
to-daj" october S9.
Arnold.amne .ones, W M
Allen E B - - umetlest3JW.
Brooks, Mrs sorah -Spengier,8 b
Da, Ms No hit, Eis ule
zersoa call g for the above letters will
please say tha the weeaertised
Estat of P.M. Denson.
ON2 THE 4TH D)AY OF- NOVEM
ber next, I will make a final set
tlement on the above -named estate,
and apply- t&. ther;Probate Court of
Newberry County for Letters Dis
missory as Administratrix of said
estate. SALLIE A. DENSON,
Set. 9th_ 1892.
* P'IN~TS FROM PINETOP.
And in every direction:
State Fair Nov. 14-18.
Gala Week Oct. 31 to Nov. 5.
B. T. has returned from N. Y.
Two weeks only till Grover's elect(
They now manufacture wild men
The women work on the railroads
Henry George has a head on l
Forepaugh's circus was in Charlest
N(ex)t-President Cleveland is
The yankees have invented an Inc
A counterfeiter was recently a
rested in Atlanta.
The present is the last letter fro
Columbia is making arrangemen
for an electric railway.
J. F. Eusor will again oppose G. I
Shell in the 4th district.
New York and Chicago have ju
been united by telephone.
Charley Mitchell says he is n<
ready to fight Jim Corbett.
Paris Simkins declines to run f
Congress against Col. Talbert.
It seems there will be two State fai
for the colored people this year.
Mrs. Lease denies the charge th
she sold out to the Republicans.
12.5,000 persons can be seated in o1
of the buildings of the World's Fair.
Indian Summer Carnival in Atlan
from the 13th to the 20th November.
The Christians and Turks in i
Island of Crete are having a rehgloi
Julian Hawthorne is to take charg
of a literary expedition around t1
It is proposed to run an electric rai
way from Washington, D. C., to Phi
Rev. Mr. Schaeffer will preach h
farewell sermon Sunday night. 0
"Paris, from the Empire to the Con
mune," will be worth seeing at tb
Frederick Warde will be in Charle
ton Monday and Tuesday nights
A society has been formed in Phil
delphia to "promote the eating
W. W. Russell is running as an it
dependent candidate for Congress frow
The Archbibhops of the Cathol
Church of America will meet in Ne
York next month.
The greatest forest fires in years a:
raging in the "wild and woolly West
They are immense.
Employees of the railroads of t1
Southwest threaten to join the stril
of the telegraphers.
The males between the militia ag
in the United States number a fractic
over thirteen millions.
The needle is a little indisposed th
week from an attack of the weath
and is unable to do much.
The Georgia Ham is the latest fro
that wonderful State. It reads like
"mout" be an electric ham.
John Smith- and Pocahontas ougi
to have had more showing in the r
cent Columbian celebration.
They say Dr. Holland preached
fine sermon at the Lutheran church
Newberry Sunday night last.
- Seven new Bishops have been add(
to the Episcopal Church by the Epi
copal Convention in Baltimore.
There is a baby in Philadelphia th
was only four inches long at its birth
year ago. It now weighs 11 pounds.
The State and the News and Couri
say the Prohibition fight in the Leg
lature is going to be led by Represent
tive Cole L. Blss.
A teacher in Illinois hung a boy 1
the neck in school until he was bla4
in the face. The teacher was expell
for his cruel punishment.
The Columbia Register says that tl
sweetest thing in that town is cant
from the Candy Factory. Candy
not the sweetest thing in this town.
A reformed gambler is exposing tV
tricks of game, among them the flu
fiam. What kind of a time would t!
flim flams have with the jlim jlams.
A steamship was wrecked on tV
night of the 140th instant on Sai
Island in the China Sea and one hu
dred and sixty prsons were drowne
To see John, Edy, Asa Oxner al
Tom Jackson all running on one tra
on the C. & G. road looks like Newbh
ry is in it largely. They are und
Mr. Tourgee-that same old Tourg
-in a late lecture in Detroit abus
Columbus as a fraud and everythii
else not good. And we have some an1
Columbusites in Newberry, but thi
are in a "large" minority.
The news from Russia is bad. Thi
have had famine and cholera aloi
with nihilism, and the Czar and mc
of the other high officials are sick. '
series of events of terrible importan
is likely to take place in Russia."
On Saturday afternoon last in Schc
Commissioner Kibler's office applicar
for teachers' certificates were tusslii
through the intricacies of the "dirt
tion of the aesophagus" from the win
pie and descriptions of the epiderm
While a water famine is immine
in Altoona, Pa., the floods are ragii
across the water in Island of Sardi
with hundreds of houses washed aws
and the Yellow river in China b
again overflowed its banks, to t
depth of fifteen feet, drowning flf
Since you come to think about it,
does look a liftle out of place to be ru
ning a railroad from Joppa to Jerua
lem; but as the thing has been dox
there may be no harm in bettinig hE
that there was a gents' furnishi
goods drummer on the first train, al
that Newberry could supply a fiagm
on the shortest kind of a notice.
Don't know how it is in other plae
but the last thing heard by night a
Both the method and results wh<
Syrup of Figs is taken; it is pleasa:
and refreshing to the taste, and ac
gently yet promptly on the Kidney
Liver and~Bowels, cleanses the sj
tem effectually, dispels colds, hea
ahes and fevers and cures habitu
constipation. Syrup of Figs is tl
only remedy of ifa kind ever pr
duced, pleasing to the taste and a
ceptable to the stomach promptj
its ation and truly benefcial mn i
effects, prepared onyfrom the ma
healthy and ~b esubstances, i
manyj excellent qualities commend
to all and have made it the ma
SyuofFisis for sale in 54
gist. Any rlaldugstWi
may not have it on hand will pr
cure it -promptly for -any -one wi
wishes totry it. D not accept at
CAIFORNIA FIG SIBUP C0
BA' FDA WSO00,Cb'
iOwnWULst ut arm Ma Kv
10 for Infants
X- Ireo=mme, itassperiortoan7r'rpo
knowntome." I. A. Asce, M.D.,
m U1So, ord SL, Brookbru, N.Y.
t "The use of Caatoria'is souniversal and
e it merits so wef kniown that it semsa work
of cmontoendorse tt. Few arethe
" i mme who do not kep Cas aria
or TO c"a
ie the first thing by day reverberating
over the slumbering hills and valleys
a and penetrating the little pine needles
of the dark woods is the materiaal 1
ie train engine's loud and shrill whistle <
i of we-oo, we-oo, we-we-oo, we-oooooo,
weeeeee-oo, we-oo.- But that's im
e Columbus was first discovered in 1
Genoa, Italy, in 1435. He grew. After
- recovering from his setback occasioned
1- by Spain's King Ferdinand refusing i
him aid to discover other ground, he i
succeeded in winning the sympathy of e
0 Ferdie's wife, Isabella the Queen, who
"hoped" him with the "soap" by
- pledging the kingdom of Castile-and
1e everafter Columbus held castile soap
in high favor.
Bowden's Third Party ticket was
'f put in the field on the day of the
eclipse. The shadow-"caused by the
I interception of the moon"-for a short
>f time darkened a portion of the sun,
but old Sol shines on as if. nothing had
1- happened. The shadow of an inter
n cepting moony Weaver in the field
may for a little while darken the
i Cleveland orb, but the n(ex)t Presi
w dent's sun will rise higher and shiue
'T How can men vote the Third Party
" ticket who were bound by the State
Convention to -support the nominees of
e the Democratic party, both State and
e National, and who also pledged them
selves to abide the result of th' prima
s ries? And simply not voting for a par
n ticular candidate is as much a violation
of the obligation as would be the voting
is against that candidate, for we are all
:r in honor bound to support the Demo
m Scott's Ridge, Ky., is stirred up on
it account of hot times between two fac
tions, led on one side by Skaggs and
it by Snipps on the other. The Skaggses
e- threaten to wipe out the Shippses, and
the indications are that it will nit be
a smooth sailing to the Skaggses if they
n attempt to sweep the' ridge with the
Shippses. The trouble originated be
d tween Shake Shipps and Bukley
8- Skaggs, and no doubt Skaggs would
like to shake Shake Shipps' skaggy life
st "outen" him.
a "Man About Town" last week in the
Observer had an interesting "let me
er tell you" about Columbus. In explain
s ing the change of date from the 12th
a- to the 21st of October, on account of
the difference of eleven minutes in a
ry year between the Julian and Gregorian
i calendars, etc., he says: "In the course
id of centuries this difference . .. began
to be perceptible; the seasons were get
ie ting ahead of the days." As the change
I.y was made away back yonder in 1582 by
is Pope Gregory, and the seasons agaim
seem to be getting ahead of the days,
ie maybe another readjustment would be
i' in order. Under the old arrangement
ie it is too long till leap year. It is not
difficult to tell that the seasons are get
le. ting ahead of the days, by signs which
id don't fail in dry weather, for do you
C ever see a Jane bug until July? and do
d-Mypop ever ripen before August?
iand dentwiriter linger longer now
iineapof spring? and haven't the
jay birds quit taking their alleged jour
e ney on Friday?-eteetera. NEEDLE.
g Needsassistanceit may be best to render
i- it promptly, but one should remember
y to use even the most perfect remedies
only when needed. -The best and most
y simple and gentle remedy is the Syrup
g of Figs, manufactured by the Califor
St nia Fig Syrup Co.
ee Biase's Armca salve.
oThe Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Sores
1s te,Capdkads, ChUtwbains Corn and
iall Skin Eruptions, and positively cure
pa eq e ruired ItI guntdt
dI- rice'5 cents pe box. For sale by Robert
s. son & Gilcer.
a, For sale-a seven room cottage with
y; well of water and all necessary im
as provements. Desirably located in the
ie village of Helens. Price $450. For
ty further in formation apply at The
Herald and News office. tf
-. For Coughs, Colds, Croup,
*e Whoopn Co ugh, Asthma,
Sand all diseases of the Throat
Sand Lungs, there is no rem
sedy equal to Robertson's
- Compound Cough Syrup, man
ufactured at Robertson &
Gilder's Drug Store.
Femnale 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. 0. address,
ER. A. C. MARGBISI,
Utica, N. Y.
Every one who has tried the "Tar
heel. Cheese" recommend it as being
the finest cheese ever brought to the
city. Leave your order for some, at
it y McL'TosH's.
SIs still at the front! You
Scan rely on it! It never
it fails to perform a cure!
Ss sold by all dealers for25c
0 Don't be mdsled. If adesleruees yeu
gth oold * rdab10br. unlCoug
ills W , gives sleep, and promotes d
a For several ?as I have remmen
40 go aeTal -~
ow F. Paa=, I. D.,
Witrop,"1 hS treetand7tbave.,
- NwYok u
R CoaMr, R7 MasZAuXa S Ns!, Ylae -
In a New Place. 3
A n old saloon in a new place. Mr.
.lettner has brought his saloon to the
ront. Its location is on the west side
f his establishment, in the store for
uerly occupied by Mr. Ben. H. Cline,
rhere his customers and the public
rill be politely served to the best and
urest brandies, whiskies, wines, beer,-.
Je, porter, cordial and other liquors.
The ladies need have no fear of going
ato Mr. Klettner's store now as there
a neither entrance to nor exit from a
aloon, nor any connection whatever.
BILIOS Ad NERVOUS
Such as SikH eaW ndPase
Stomach, Giddins, Felness. Swelng after
Meats, oinmess, Drosuness, Ch"-. Rushr
lagsof Hiet, Loss of Appetie. Shotess of
Breath, Cosieess, Scurvy, Blches O.th
skin, Disturbed Sieep, Frightful Dreams, A
Rerous ad TreubDig aneHsae- und u4I,
regulariles incidenti to Ladles.
Of alldru Pricel5 cents a Bar.
New F Depot, CaaLi St.
hao maesutt m orn
T r e c
ato beh0 t ebry Co
Ros, o stdyogNvme
>fAT OcOr SOUTHD.1892.
BJ. B. FELLEs, . Pat N. dC.
Neretier of Fedmir atin-oE
Theseta lereor, ondt and~
noni Diic,wll anbng1rte hekin
eoe Coen onTdy the 8th Po
Hueotestday of ovember,.A..182 ne
1892 afreto pubitheofoheowong matag
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ofeOto, . . 18opso.
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ey,kins, W. B.eagin.
Cropers Str. WiCook CadwoI
elesP. D airg .BchaC"
Whdix mil-. . Seearyn Ehs.
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edoFo h&Bli, J..LawoniFek-rs
Waieton-D. BCrook, a.erts
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Thaend nM-Pd manaey 3f the
Federal eAectBonMill es qala
herSlisJB coneen and Wfor
herboes A. ahplatim. Pls
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