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DBMOCRATS PEAR HANNA.
It Is Their Opinion That Roosevelt Will
Be Much Easier To Beat Than
A dispatch from Washington,
discissiig the next presidential
Camtlpaigl in connection with the
recent elections, says that the only
fear the Denocrats have is that
the Republicans may fail to nomli
nate Mr Roosevelt. Democrats are
ahnost unlanimiouls inl the opinion
that President Roosevelt will be
much easier to beat than Senator
Ilanna, who hIs suddenly loomed
ill) oil the political horizen, as tihl
result of his recent victory over Tom
johnsonl inl Ohio.
I)emnocrats, as a rule, expressed
their entire satisfaction at the suc
eceSS of Senatfir I lanna inl owerthrow
ing Johnsonisml in Ohio0, but they
d( not r1lish I tie idc'I of his becml
Ing thle C'e;deti lmldidate of
the Republicanl party instead oif NIr.
Republicanl ConigressnIf 1 are not
as enthiuisiastic ver NIr. Roosevelt
today as they were during the last
Congi es. Most of thei inl a per
funletorv ima1tIler declare that lie
has priacticIlly ImIlilated himself,
and it might be embarrassing to the
party to turn him down nlow.
It -is noticeable that Vestern Re
Publicals, who arc Supposed to be
the most ardent supporters of Mr.
Roosevelt, arc very cautious in ex
p:es'ing their prcerence_ betWeenl
the President and Senator IIanna.
[111; Ifl)-10CPATIC OUTLOOK.
A Georgia iepresentative )isciusses Pres
idcW I Tim.er and The lecent
'I1k- ( .idi 1i - i vs ti:t Ih'.rese lia: -
tieI ,aj~thiiiin Ii :i t c c%n of ti:'
It.( f ) ital, ti NI.t'vl:lll, andl
( in. J. S. llack. of Illinois, as
the IemosL: ic l iPresidultial ticket
have iel ass cei :j tedl witli Sell
-Aim, ("outi:ll1 ill Congress for Ill ally
yCars :11nd I believe lhe is capable
of leading Il' I)eIocrats to victory
I)eNt year. I le is a 1lat tm al and till
ostentatiotns' lea It r, aini lie will
colliMil Iliovbe streilgth ill the
d tn iltftil St t -; i I:11i anV 111:111 we
cant sllggest IIi i ricellt viCt(orv inl
N r vialmid, wlitch fillowed li s able
andh effective :eiiiaigiling, lhas weln
i i11 ita ily llewx slippor tters all over
thle coun tryv. I Ie was prev io usily
strong in the Southierni States, but
since hiis well- ex presser .1lud timenchy
crit icistu of' MIr Ro' sceeIt's ohjeec
t ioniable race policy lie is regarded
ae stanin mg h. adl and shoulders above
aniy other I)-otiecrat who has beeni
mienitionied in conniect ion wvith thle
P residlener. I believe Senuatore
Gotrmnm is th favorite of a large
inaijoriity ofl thle Demuocratic party
ando I also biciexe that he should
haeas his Iuniiiimni ate the stronig
est WVestern I)emuocraut in sitg,ht. ( en
Black has once been elected G ov
ernor of Illiniois. .le is now comn
muantder of thle (Grantd A rmiy of thle
Republic, :uid he has anu unim
p)eachale recordl as a soldier and a
statesnuua. Gormani and Black,
iinimy judgmti, would be a strong
Mr. I,ivinigston wvenit ou to say
ha t lhe result in New York will
stimunnlate thle I )emiocrat ic palrt y in
every oIlher State to get together
and stubmoit to ptarty organiizationi
ad discipl inte. It also shows that
New York eit y , und~er niormial coni
ditionis, is a dlemiocratie city. It
in ight be ol advantage to have a
New Vork mant at the head of the
ticket, providing lie is well kniown
and( htas the confidlence of the peo
pIe and can give assutrance that the
will not be seriously interfered
"In other words," continued Mr.
Livingston, "we want a man who
is and has always been a Democrat.
He should have experie1ice in
national affairs, and be able to guide
his party with courage and at the
same time show his opponents that
he can be trusted to administer the
affairs of the nation fearlessly along
liberal and patriotic lines."
Mr. Livingston added that "one
of the greatest blessings to the
Democratic party last Wednesday
was the politilal- burial of Tom
Johnson and his undenocraticisns
in Ohio. While it generallyi makes
me hot to see a Democratic ticket
heaten, in this instance I bel-eve
the I)emocratic part y is better off
in the e-timation of conservative
anId practical people throughout the
CounItry because of Tom Johin su's
defeat. We coul4i not afford to
stand for all the wild ideas of lon
Johnson, and his defeat shows the
country that the Democratic party
is 110t 11ade u1p of 1ell of the Toin
There is a general feeling among
)enmocratic Congressmen that the
party wi!l be thoroughly organized
d(lring this session of Congress.
and party discipline will receive
more attention in the deliberations
of the minority than ever before.
Salt pork is a famous old
fashioned remedy for con
!411m1ption. " F'at plenty of
pork," wa. th_ udvice to the
ConsM ti MVC aIdI 100
Sall p(w]rk i, go()(l if a man
can, .:nab it. The idea
behidll'1 it is that Iit is the
food the conillmptive ..eeds
ern metlol ) feeding fat to
the conflsum ptiv. Pork is too
rOUghi for :.i Stomachs.
Scott's ."nul Jon is thdms
plpare.1 fr CI t digestijjn.
Feeding 1im1 fat in this
way, wh ibI i o"tCn the only
way, is hal P the battle, but
Scott's Emutlsion (does more
than that. 'There is some
thing abotut the combination
of cod liver olil and hypophos
phites in Scott's E'mutlsion
that puts new life into the
weak parts andt. has a special
action on the diseased lungs.
-sent free upo req ccuest.
He~ Iur Ihi h picture In
th .a,ia d.ihl is on the
m.r.p;.er. ,, l0 ottle of
i'6' 1t:u .,u x p . uy.
409 Pearl St., N. Y.
Soc. andi $i; all druggists.
Real Estate for Sale.
I AVE IN IIANDP TIlE FOLLOW
ing detscribed p)roperty for sale on
t ermns that will enable persons desiring
homes to sec!uro same:
Severt tract s in No. 2 Tiownship, con
taimig resp)ect.ively 17.33, 211. 13,
19)8.50, 192.75, 14'2.21), 217 and 186 acres.
'These are choice lots, highly productive,
we'll wooded arnd wateredl, with plenty
of t he best pastuire land ont each place.
T1here are iwo goodl dw'ellIing houses
and several tenant houses, barns, cribs
andl stables oni two( of them, good wvell
or sprmg water ini plety. Also one
hansom rsidenuce in t,he townt of
Newberry, admirably cons4tructed'( wit.h
modterl imno ov('ments, desirably locatedI
on one of ou r main thorough fares, and
in one of the most. desirable sections of
In connection wvith this place the'e
are several handsome buiIling lots
which we will dispose of at an early
F"or prices arnd terms app;>ly to
F. W. HIG(GINS,
Real E'state Agent,
Now borrv. S. C.
I have had occasion to use your
ack.Draught Stock, and Poultry Medi.
no and am pleased to say that I never
used anything for stock that gave half as
good satisfaction. I hcartily recom.
mend It to all owners of stock.
.. B. BELStER. St. Louis. Mo
Sick stock or ponltry should not
eat cheap stock food any more thin
sick persons should i!xpect to be
cared ")v food. When vour stock
and poultry are sick give*thoii ined
3 I n I on t st iff t heit with worth
lesstok f 'b. i nloaI the bowels
and r up t1.o torpid Liver and the
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ble to ei.r, i!. 1i nkk-l aact Stock
an.X Prt:! ry '!.i cino unicads the
bumi and Sirs up the torpid liver.
It e,r . .,ry u)ady of stock if
taken .in i . nmr -i r- a -,s cali
of Bhaek-l ( o : 111try
Medicine" a :- p:. r itvif teh
timesC34Ver. H .. - o s , j
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iroblim of i.%tt; r::4 as mut i blood,
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S 'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBER?RY--IN
Jno. C. Wilson, Judge of Probate of
Newberry County, and as public
guardian of Thomas M. Werts and
Margaret E. Werts, Plaintiff,
Thomas F. Harmon, in his own right,
ald as executor of the will of Cora
I>. larm1on. deceased, et al., Defend
I' virtue of an olrder of the Court
I. I wl.-1 1! at public outcry, at
No..brryC(ourt House, S. C., onl the
,ir\t M,nday in Decelber, A. 1). 1t,
'i f,llW.Ving tracts of hmid situated in
li (,Ounty and Stat afOreSaid, near
thu town of Newberrv lying on the pub
ie road to the Steel bridge on Saluda
r.iv and on u sh river-they being
subdivided tracts of three hundred and
thirty acres and eleven-hundredths of
an acre of the tract of land which is
bounded by the said public road leading
to the steel bridge, Mary 1V. Harmon,
and Bush River, fo wit:
No. 1. ',ontaining forty-five acres,
more or less, bounded by said public
road. estate of G. G. DeWalt, tracts
No. 2 and No. 6.
No. 2. Containing forty-five acres,
more or less, bounded by said tract. No.
1, estate of G. G. DeWalt, tracts No.
3 and No. 5.
No. 3. Containing forty-seven and
fifty one-hundredths acres, bounded by
said tract No. 2, estate of G. G. De
Walt, Mary E. Ilarmon and tract No. I.
No. .1. Containing forty-four and
ninety-hutndredths of an acre, botnde
by said tract No. 3, Mary EK. H armon,
lush iver andl traict No. 5~
No. 5. Containing fi fty-otne and
twenty-eight-hundredthsv acres, bound
ied by tract No. 4, Hush river, tract
No. 6, and tract No. 2.
No. 6. Containing fifty and thirteen
hundredths acres, bounded by tract
NO. 5, Bush river, tracts No. 7 and
No. 71. Containing forty-six and three
hundredths acres, bounded by tract
No. 6, Bush river, the said pubilic roadl
leading to the steel bridge and tract
Th'ere is also allowed, wvhich wvill ap
pear on the subdivided tracts, a roadl
or right of way of twent.y feet wide,
leading to the said pulilc road, which
right of way separates tracts No. 1,
No. 2, and No. 3 from tracts No. 7,
No. 6, No. 5 and No. 4.
Terms of Sale: One-third of the
purchase money to he paid in cash; the
bal ance on a credit of one andl two
years, in equal annual installments, the
credit p)ortion to h)e secuired by bond of
the puurchatser and a mortgage of the
Ilnds, respectively, w ithi interest from
dlay of salIe. Purchaser to pay for
T1he pl ats are nowv on file in the MIas
ter's office aind can he seen before (lay
of sale and wvill be exhibited on (lay of
The above lands are very valtiable.
HlomeC-seekers will doC wvell in calling on
the Master to see about same before
day of sale. HI. H1. RIKA RD,
Mast er's Office, Master.
Nov. 2, 1903.
E otice of Final Settle
ment and Discharge,
and call for Creditors
rFOAKE NOTICE 'TAT I WILL
-1. make a fihial settlement On the
esitat e of Frances A. Wise, dec'd, in
the P'rob)ate Court for Newt erry county,
on Monday, 16th November, 19C3, andl
immiediately thereafter appJly for a final
dlescharge, as aidmiinistrator of said
estate. Creditors of saidI estate are
hiereb)y reqjuired to present their de
mTand1s, duly attested on or before said
date. M. L. STRA USS,
Adm'r of Franeen A. Wise, dec'd1
Going out of business
by January 1, 1904. I
offer my stock of
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