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traverse mmi mm tmm t aa4 v#hn >♦»
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I bate tor** toon*. mt Waynesboro*
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•a him lit #arrl#4 *«• kl» *«o»a#
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* t| reprsaant-d ta tart «k* MU
M*i Ml to taka car# of Ua*tf Rtery.
I ty .ad a guod Ilia* from atari to
fit ! Tfca r*aa*tabraa<. of tour
rra 1 mua taaa Ml al kota* Bad
lurrr walllag ta*#* reigned sa
Old Haiti* *•• Im* to tin principle*
Mi Tli«a4ap Hfc# a*«i a r*-#*tft»re*-
Btanl to Ik* Hna Rufus C. L#*t*r la
tb« afcap* mt all baadred and tbirtjr
Tfca attraction* at Waynesboro ar*
curtain i> gr*ai*r ihaa caaip Ufa. tor
oar aoldtor boy John Munnartyn
cam# hark Monday to spend ibr day. j
although h* bad Jutt lafi lb* Thura
day before. attar a furlough ut thirty
Mia* Marl# Wlthlna, 00* of our *O
- teaorttoa. Is hum* again, attor a
pleasant vlait to Mis* B. ll* Walker la
Tba Hlatory Cirri* was delightfully;
•Btortalned hy Jllaa Lula Wllaon on
Mr* Mlllrr. Mrs J J. Reynolds Jr.
fcllaa Pearaon anil Mlaan# Charlotte
and llaibara Reynold* stont Wad Bo
day in Augusta
Re* John F Porter la expected In
Waynesboro today and Mill hold aw- 1
vie** at 81. Michael'* tomorrow
Work Will He Soon Begun on A C. L.
Mogigom*ry. Nov IS. Tli* oon
♦ rart for Ih* grading ami construction
of th* Atlantic Coast Uw'l new road
from Denmark on the Oeorgts and
gogfh Carol Inn railroad, to Robbins,
on the Port*Royal and Augusta. lias j
b*«n awarded to Ahervromlite & Wll» I
liama of thla city. The lowest bid- !
dera. the A. A C. Wright company of 1
Richmond. Va„ withdrew their hid.
and Aliereromtde 4 Wilburns. being
pext loareat, got the Job. The road
Mill be S 7 7-10 miles in length and
will give the Atlantic Coaat Line con
nection Into Augusta over Us own
Hue, the Port Royal and Augusta be
ing their property. Abercrombie A
Williams will begin work immediately
aud the contract calls for the comple
tion of the road by May 1. They will
•tnploy a thousand hands, five hun
dred mulea ahd two stent* shovel* In
BLUE POINTS ON HALF SHELL
LOBSTERS, NORFOLK OYSTERS,
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munill* of It* notion* of tt* world.
No far ** politics ar* conrcmnd, th*
negro will a*w •rcomplUb or |
arhl*** whal awalta him la th* poiltl- ,
ml wot Id, nnlll h* learnt to study the
iMite* that confront him a* • nation,
and vot* accordingly, and forerer put
under hi* feet that errooeou* doctrine
that all political partle* are hi* rne
ml** except the republican party, and
learn to know that thoee who know
hint heat are hi* beat Mend*. My ad
vice lo the negro l» to *!ny out of pol
Removed From Body of Patient
Weighing 41 Pound*.
Chicago, Nov. 12. Coroner Haerr
!a*t night ordered l>r Cook to make
en examination of the lody of Mr*.
Nofla Pandorf. who dle«1 middetily at
Iter homo jre*t#rday morning. The ex
amination developed that Mi*. Pan
dorf had a tumor weighing II pound*.
Thl* was probahly ih* cause of her
The deceased waa sixty-three years
old and a widow. She had suffered
some time with a tumor and had been
uncr the car* of a physician. Her
case had been properly diagnosed, but
It was not thought that the tumor had
attained such an enormous growth.
An Inquest was*held this morning,
after which arrangements for burial
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piste* about tv tow# It •* *ald
ah* laitwded to *!*• tv money to a
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piece you order for foil Nil wilt It.
Henry A sh., popular priced tailor*
ROLL OF HONOR.
SI. Patrick’* Commercial Institute,
First Class J. P. Bartley. P. r.
Mura. J. J. Collin* A. M. Hhaabao.
W W. Rat tv N. r. Mur*
Second Claa* J. P. MrAullße. O.
A. Rubcnatelo. 0. A. Jaworaky. M.
R. (yConnV, K C. Moor#, J. F.
| Campbell. E. J- Cosgrove, C. O. Car
i roll, 4. K. Collins, F. B. Pop*. J. M.
Maher. J. J. Kelly, W. A. l.yona. P.
Third Clas* T. P. Kearney. W.
J. O’Connell. J. P. Hoyle, T. A. Hef
fernan. K. A. llrendel. V. J. Ben
nett J. B. Sullvan, M 1. Sheron, J.
J. Nheahan, W. J. Sheehan, J. h.
Herman, A. J. Ilgnou. W. D. Maho
ney. P. W. Roiilett, 8. P. Kerr, C.
A. Lambert. * ,
Fourth Claa* H L Ruhcosten.
A. M. McAullffp. A. M. Battey. Cha*.
Sweeney, D. E. Scully, 3. L. Bueeey.
J. 0. Mugarahan, C. A. Hoopeir. W.
3, Singleton. J. M’. Hogan. W. A.
Carroll. J. H. Hester. P. J. Carr.
Fifth Class Paul Cosgrove J. T.
Fop*. John Tarletou. William McCar
thy. Marlon Silver, Charles Jenkins,
J, M. Silver, Thomas Kelly. John
Knack. J. C. lender*, (leorge Hayes.
J, J. Maher, William Goodwin. Tgmi
hard Hooper, Footer Kale. James Ma
gnrahan, Uiwrence Hicks. Claude
lenders, Charles Hookey.
Brother Odum, Principal.
t “• yrsTC
May Be Hug to Connpct Lake Superior
Chicago, Nov. 12.--According to the
plans of three Chicago men the tri
umph of the drainage canal Is to ex
pected In the northern peninsula of
Michigan and the two great lak#B. Su
perior and Michigan, ai * to be connect
ed by a ship canal which will greatly
shorten the distance hy water hem ecu
the porlif of the two lakes and add to
the commerce and prosperity of the
The promoters of the enterprise are
Charles W. Parker and A. H. Parkiw.
of No. r.K State street, and D. C. Den
nison. of No. 78 State street.' They
have Med article* of Incorporation as
Lanilag, Mich., for a *otupany capital
ised at $30,000, to ronitruct a ship ca
uni «lth«r from Manttetlque, oh Lake
Superior, nr from Llflle Bltr d* Noqu*
to au Tfatti The dtttatca acre** the
peninsula at this point is but forty
miles, but It extends: fnMher CftsW near
ly 100 miles. :i barrier to navigation
between the two lakes.
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brought fort* b *h»WV at ppratairb- j
etc* trim far***y "WWI aflt yaw 4b
.if wa should at’empr to paw without;
rr pan lag*" goat lad th* eaprar aatgua*
of Ik* hatav
What would Ido Hr* Why. fj
would trabl you. as I would nay -eh**
•hi* that war trying to ran my btarh
ad* Go bach to your admiral sad
I t*ll him. with my lampilmvM*. that
I am master at Ihl* kirter. aad that
shy ship atiemgUag **cb sa art will
fa* traatfd a* a bfoekad* raaov and
firad ago* "
"But.” aald th* Ovmaa. “are you
‘ awarw what am h aa art would laad
Thl* waa too much for Dewey gad
1 with away dot* and dash** omitted
hers and thvw. h* replied: •’Taa. air
1 am aware It would l*ad to «*r. and
war right bore Too may add to my
message to sour admiral that t am
prepared for war. sad If b# wanu war
ha ca* bar# tt."
tSpecial to Th* Herald.)
RdagtMd, 8. ft. Noe. lt- Mim Lory
Frame* Ruga*, wbo ha* been on aa
eifondcd vbdl. I* again at borne artth
her grandmother. Mrs. F. W. PliX
*n*. at EUgrwood.
Mia* tear] Kvan* returned borne m
Thursday of 'Mt waeh from th* North,
where aha ha* beets earning frl.ud*
since ih* latter part of Augua*.
The Rre. J. M Magrtsder, rector of
gt. Matthrw's church. Darlington,
opened convocation with a very #a*
sermon ut» Tuesday evening.
Mr*. F. W. P. llutler has been con
fined to th* house for about two week*
with a veer* cold
Mrs. Preabai Darby, with her three
little children, I* n guest of Mr* F.
Th* eloquent and magnetic Rev. W.
K. Kvnns. D. D., of Trinity church.
Columbia, preached a most Impressive
iind magnlflceol sermon on Wednesday
night. Msny of the vast congregation
pronounced It one of the lineal they
All (he minister attending convoca
tion a or* delightfully entertained at
lea by Prof. F. N. K. Bailey, at the
Institute on Thursday evening before
Mbs. S. McGowan Sftfipkin*. In her
usual chnrmlng manner, entertained
at * supper on Thursday l evening. Mias
Marie Buller. Miss I.ufy Call. Ml*s
Mary Carwile and Rev. Dr. Kvitn* mid
Rev. JJr. Allston.
The Edgefield cotton fnctory I*
working all night now. ■»<
Little J(d>nnle. son of ex-Gov. and
Mr*. J. C. Hheppant. has been quite
111. hut is vary much better today.
M««y of Edgefield’s representative
young people will go over to Colum
bia to the state hall to be given on the
night of the seventeenth.
Prof, Bniley will take his entire
school over to the state fsir.
tt w«s with great pleasure that all
Edgefield welcomed our former pastor
of Trinity rhurch. Rer. W. B. Gor
don among the visiting ministers. Mr.
Gordon Is very pleasantly situated In
Camden, S. C.. where the people are
just as devoted to him as they are
A big party of Northern capitalists i»
**peeted in our town foday, headed
by tha South'* most prdgressive and
up-to-date business man! LD a Tomp
kins, of CTisriette, N. C
"The eonvoeatton eernion preached on
Wednesday mornihk hv the Rev. R. W.
Barnwell, of Florence, tt. C., was n
grand and masterly effort.
PAINE’S CELERY COMPOUND.
BQOSETELT'S ROUGH BIOEBS RESTORED TO BEILTB BT
THIS GREATEST OF ALL REIERIES.
Bfuutiht Hlm Rtrk tt life.
VKW T«*ttK. Heps, *». t*M.
M.fnv Watt*. Rb hardaua A tVI
OMllmni I mfobt hav* broken
4ov> sooner In the campaign steal
Manila go It I had had tins* la raalisc
| what was tfo- matter wtth m» hes t*
j Mo Kpsutarda aurr. ml. rud,
, God know a I l.roh* 4»*a soon eaoush
[aa It waa. and U »w aa great a aur
-1 prls* ta mo ah It *aa t* the other hoy*
1* ho knew me at hom*. Hut th* ttpan
, tarda h*pt ua Imay, when W* were not
bitay on our own aronu.it getting
< r*-ady f«w tho Id* fight. That I waa a
member of tho Konwwll Itegtment I
shall alwaya be proud, and the fight*
al las Quaetmaa and at Ban Juan Hill
will bo thing* to talk about for many
But I would not hare lived lo talk
about them ts I had not found aumo
thing to brace my nerve* up again af
ter tho siege I bad «f It at Banilago
whh dy*entery and <d»w fover. I got
so I could hardly ahoot, and felt like
I did not care whether I did or not.
I loat Sfl pound* In weight and a lot
more than thot In spirit. If you ran
measure a fellow’* spirit that way.
Hair a 4MM Mauser bullet* could not
i»*ve made a worse mens of mt* than
the Cuban climate and the mud In the
Rnnilago trenches did. A* soon n* I
found 1 wa* alck an.l my nerv e* were
aU gone I hunteu for a tonic. I found
it «n the way back north, when I got
soiru? of the Paine’* relory compound
| guw other men using.
Mow- It braced me up my picture will
shtdir trotter than anythin* else. 11 is
IH* greateat nerve reatorer that <»n
Ist made, for It talnga all the r,«ve
there la In a man to tire surf*.-*-.
B. K. HOI LT,
CAT SHOW WILL BE HELD.
Feline Exhibition For Chicago Now
Declared to Be a Certainty.
Chicago. Nov. 12.—Ib'cember Is
probably the month In which the pret
ty feline* will be arrayed for public ap
proval. but unless arrangement* ran
be made by which the show ran be giv
en during the Ural two week* of the
month It will be postponed till after the
distractions of the Christina* holidays
are past. January la the latent possible
The Keith building, on Wabash nve
nue, where the chrysanthemums are
now trying to flout themselves above
the rosea and lilies, l» the place where
th» fluffy tabbies are to eurl up In coav
neat* and purr for the Judge*' commen
dation. The managers are emphatic
in their determination to have the «»-
hibition in a central place and one of so
high a grade that the Women and chil
dren will find no object inhabit? environ
flecietv women will make certain the
NSW FORK, CM. A IH*-
Heaara Write. ttleh*rd#..u A f>*
ffonttMnea; If anybody la *h# wh-le
I regiment had a rhaa*. to **bae t ve the
general waohewed coadltlaa at tho mm
when they atarted hath «« the t’ntird
States, an. compared wtth their *«•<
nrgrt rrmdlttoa when they sailed fi .m
Ran Antonio o* Jun# *. 1 think 1 had.
OklafoMwa la generally .rgardo*! aa a
healthy rltavafo. and laat Hay. when I
last there. I hardly knew what etch
' nee* meant. Earlier In life, however. I
bad lived In 'he Bast, and after a
month Ur service knew that what I
n«~ led. In my general run-down con
dition. waa a nerve tonic. I knew If
my nerye# wet* fixed up there would
l>e no trouble about my general health ■
j a * *oon a* 1 got aw*V from the artnv.
| I alao knew the poattkm that Paine’s
i celery compound occupfad, although I
j had not had ocraaelon to use It much
i myaelf. I got a few bottle* of It anl
j began to take tt and give It to a few
i of my oequnlntalnce*.
It actually aeemed to build up ray
j nervous constitution almost a* rapidly
ms the Southern climate had tom It
down. The same thing waa true of
1 the other men 1 gave It to.
Unless I had found this tone to re
i store my nerves I feet aurc that f
would have gone to the hospital at
Montauk Point, and I might have shar
ed the fate of many other poor fellows
whose Impoverished condition did not
yield to the doctor’s treatment.
It give* me pleasure to recommend
Paine's celery compound aa the IK-»t 1
remedy ever sold In America ■
SBRQT. M. DOI’THBTT.
social side of the affair by giving their
names as patronesses, and every pains
Is to be taken to Insure the utmost com
fort, delicacy and safety for the pet*.
Not only will the long-haired Ango
ras, the bushy-tailed Persians and the
! odd Manx cats be shown, hut the com-
I nion, every-day creature w hich curia
I up by the humblest fireside In the citv
'will on exhibition. Mrs. Norton is
’anxious tt> prove thot the most or-
I (Unary little kitten can lie made love
ly In appearance by the constant help
of good food, careful bathing and sen
NO BETTER Sc RON THE MARKET.
R. c. NORRELL & CO., Wtolesaie Dealers, 1491EE. Avene
NOV AM NiN 19
Nfirli I>i<! From il*p Fmr.
Iff, l/K'l*. gaol. J*. IW,
Ifmrs, Wells. Kichatdao A Co.:
1 Oentlemen: Not—l> can Mam* me of
I isiu disloyal If I aay that Pa m's c#»-
Lry . mi and baa 4 <•* w>* tor m*
than any «th#r person or ’ftlog slß<*
II left purer City •« Mn th* Roush
; li ha* pulled toper her the * tap# of a
[•talaart man. brought m* around from
ait th* had etfarta of th* Cutter* ctl
! male, and bra«*d me uu until f am In
tietter h.atth than I have been la ten
(year# My frlenda In «h* West think
j that I am nearly dead from th# army
: fever they railed ralten’ura In Cuba,
j When I get hack to Stiver City they
| wilt to aa surprised a# f sometime* feel
j myself, t had pretty good nervea when
jl enlisted They went to pie #•* while
|we were lying out In the trenches at
I Santiago. dodging bu'leta. 1 began to
| feet feverish from the day we got to
HI honey. When the Manor* aang about
< ur ear* I noih id that I was getting
1 fmmd myself scarcely abl* to walk
after the battle of Han Juan.
I got wort# until J got back to Mon
| tauk Point, w here I got a bottle of
! l’alne's celery compound from another
! fellow In the regiment. I saw several
of the Rough Riders taking it.
With some of ihem, as with me. It
Set-mi l to take the place of both food
and medicine, for the system* of msnr
lof the men needed toning up before
they could again eat as they had done
I before they left this country.
I don't knmv much aliotrl medicines.
Wo don't m-ed much meiticine tfl New
Mexico. But I know Paine s celery
compound has fixed me up until 1 feel
able io tu'ii th# r *ad for home. *bw«
I expect to tell every one who men
tions nerve* to me about my case.
WI Hid AM H. TOIK.
Silver City, X. M.
Kmperor William is deeply displeased
over several Incident* connected with
hi# trip to the Holy Land.
In 18S7 Mr. Thomas Mclntosh of Al
lentown. Tenn.. had an attack of dys
entery which became chronic. “I was
treated by the best physicians In East
Tennessee without a cure.” he says.
"Finally I tried Chamherlaln’s Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. After
using about twelve bottles I was cured
sound and well." For sale by Alexan
der Drug and Seed Co., C. R. Parr of
Bell Tower Drug Co.