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Negro was Saved From Lynching and
is Now Lodged in the Greenville
Mrs. Frank James was criminal
ly assaulted Monday evening in
the yard of her own home in Green
ville county by a drunken negro
wretch named Andrew Thompson,
who escaped immediately after hav
ing accomplished his purpose, but
was captured late that night by
Constable C. A. Rainey and is now
safe in the Greenville county jail.
Mrs. James is the wife of a well
known citizen and farmer of Green
ville county, Frank James. They
live on the farm of Mrs,. Phillips,
one and a half miles from Taylor's.
Constable Rainey's forethought
saved the life of the prisoner. The
negro was stowed away in the loft
in an out-building which was care
fully guarded until the crowd could
be dispersed. Lynching the negro
was the intent of the crowd which
-had gathered. Seven double bar
relled breach-loading shotguns
were in the hands of determined.
men. The negro could not be found
and the men were appealed to by
the magistrate to allow the law to
take its course, as he was in safe
hands and his escape was impossi
ble. While the crowd. was being
talked to, Constable Rainey,. with
the negro securely bound made his
way unseen from the premises, and
under cover of thick woods brought
the man safely to Taylor's just in
time to catch No. 39, which was a
few minutes late. He notified
Sheriff Gilreath-to meet'him at the
depot upon his arrival, which was
done, and the negio was almost
miraculously saved from. the crowd
bent on nothing less -than lynching
him, and lodged safely in the coun
Entire Property Transferred to a Syn.
dicate of Spartanburg Men by the
The entire Glenn Springs prop
erty has been sold to a syndicate of
Spartanburg men, by the Messrs.
Simpson, who have owned and con
ducted the famous resort for many
The transfEer includes 53 acres
of land, the hotel, bottling works
*.and everything else connected with
thie springs, where thousands of
South Carolinians and persons
from all over the south have spent
so many pleasant days.
The purchasing syndicate is dom
posed of' the following well known
A. L. White, president of the
Merchants' and Farmers' bank of,
,T VI. Montgomery, president of
WV. S. Montgomery, president of
Aug. WV. Smith. president of the
Bank of Woodcuff and the Wood
ruff cotton mill, and the owner of
the large dry gobds establishment
J. Boyce Lee, a local capitalist.
A new Gle-m Springs company
will be organized for wvhich a char
ter has already been applied ,for,
the capitalization of which will be
$200,000. .It is the intention of
the purchasers to develop the
property in every way and to make
of the place a resort even more
popular than the springs have here
*tofore been, and with such strong
financial and business backing there
is no doubt that this will be done.
WANTED-Everybody to see
on Hood, Saturday night, 23.
Our second car of H
when cotton goes to 15
have just receiv
Buy from us a Reve
your grain crop will pa5
Letters remaining in the post
office at Newberry for week ending
December 16, 1905.
B-Miss Nellie. Baker, A. P. Ba
ker, Mrs. Fannie Boozet.
C-Miss Maggie Cromer, Miss
D-E. S. Drigers, Miss Lillie
H-Presley Henderson, Miss
Sarah Jane Holman.
L-Geo. A. Long, Alfred Long,
Mrs. Emma Louis.
M-Miss Rhoda Martin.
S-Mrs. Amanda Shepheard,
Lass Singley, Miss Treen Smith, S.
M. Snowden, George Scott.
Persons calling for these letters
will please say they were advertiseG.
Chas. J. Purcell,
SEE Robin Hood at the Opera
House -Saturday night.
The new passenger station of the
Southern Railway at Greenville has
been opened for use.
* Frightful Suffering Relieved.
Suffering frightfully from the viru
lent poisons of undigested food, C. G.
Grayson, of Lula, Miss , took Dr. King's
New Life Pills, with "the result," hei
writes, "that I was cured." All stom-'
ach and bowel disorders give way to
their tor.lc, laxative properties. 25c.
at W. E. Pelham & Son's drug store,I
Two heavily crowded passenger
trains went together on the eleva
ted tracks in New York on Tues
day. One man was killed and forty
or more persons were seriously
L ast Hope Vanished.
When leading physicians said that
W. M. Smithart, of Pekin, Ia., had in
curable consumption. his last hope va
nished; but Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Goughs and Colds,
kept him out of his grave. He says:
"This great specific completely cured
me, and saved my life. Since then, I
have used it for over 10-years, and con
sider it a marvelous throat and lung
cure." Strictly scientific cure for
Coughs, Sore Throats or Colds; sure
preventive of Pneumonia. Guaranteed.
50c. and $1.00 bottles at W. E. Pelham
& Son's drug store. Trial bottle free.
The South Carolina Methodist
Conference will hold its next an
nual session in Columbia. Revs.
E. . Watson, J. W. Daniel, J. 0.
Wilson, M. L. Carlisle, R. A. Child
and J. A. Clifton were elected dele
gates to the General Conference.
Nearly 2,ooo acres of best land
in Newberry County. One half
under cultivation. Labor on it to
run 20 horse farm. 4 miles from
railway station. WVill cut to suit
purchasers. If not sold by January
Ist will be withdrawn from the
market. Termrs reasonable. Price
low. Great opportunity for home
W. K. Sligh.
orses and Mules just a
c., and then you can ha
Ar Buggies, H
ad a car of TENNESSE
rsible Disc Harrow and
Fyou, Yours to
Three daring swimmers on Tues
day rescued two Italian laborers
who for more than forty hours had
been imprisoned in the 'East River
tunnel of the Pennsylvania railroad
by a cave-in at the Long Island City
end of the under-water bore.
Kidney troubles- often ends fatally,
but by choosing the right medicine, E.
H. Wolfe, of Bear Grove, Iowa, cheated
death. He says: "Two years ago I
had Kidney Trouble, which caused me
great pain, suffering and anxiety, but I
took Electric Bitters, which effected a
complete cure. I have also found them
of great benefit in general debility andl
nerve trouble, and keep them constantly
on hand, since, as I fine they have no
equal." W. E. Pe ham & Son druggist,
guarantees them at 50c.
The election on the dispensary
WvnL be held in Saluda county on
A Daredevil Ride,
often ends in a sad accident. To heal
accidental injuries, use Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve. "A deep wound in my
foot, from an accident," writes Theo
dore Schuele, of Columbus, O0, "caused
me great - pain. Physicians were help
less, but Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly
healed it." Soothes and heals burns
like magic. 25c. at W. E. Pelham &
State of iSouth Carolina.
County of Newberry.
Court of Common Pleas.
Charles J. Purcell, Plaintiff,
Edney J. Dominick, Mary Lee Dom'
inick, Emmna Irene Dominick, Daisy
E. Dominick and Peter F. Baxter,
By an order of .the Court herein, 1
will sell 'before the Court House at
Newberry, S. C., Salesday in January,
1906, all that 'tract of land lying and
heing si-tuate. in Newberry County, S.
C., containing Three Hundred and
Thirty-Nine acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of Jno. D. Pitts, the
Estate of 3. H. Williams, Mrs. Sue
Smith, Dr. J. McIntosh and tracts
Numbers 3, 4 and I of. what is known
as the J. C. Hill Place as will more
fully appear by a plat thereof made
by Jas. F. Glenn, August 5th., 1895,
and on file inl the case, 'Mayer vs. Har
Also, all that tract lying and 'being
situate in the County and State afore
said, containing ITwo Hundred Forty
Four and Four-Tenths Acres, more or
less, bounded by lands of or. formerly
*f Estate of J. W. Rhodes, Estate of
Dr. Clark, Jno. Brooks and Richie
Place, Hunter Place and Kinard Place,
as will more fully appear by plat made
by Jas. *F. Glenn, Surveyor, and on
file in said case.
Also, all -that tract of land lying
and being,.situate in the county and
state 'aforesaid, known as the Dick
Quarter tract. containing One Hun
dred and Forty acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Laura Mayer,
other lands belonging to the children
of Preston Dominick, deceased, P. C.
Smith and Casson Creek.
Terms of sale: One-Third of the
purcahse money to be paid cash, bal
ance to be secured by bond of pur
chaser and mortgage of premises sold,
rcrdit portion payable in two equal
annual installinen-ts with interest from
date of sale at eight per cent per an
num until paid in full, with leave to
purchaser to anticipate 'the credit por
tion in w-hole or in par'.
H!. HI. Rikard,
Newberry, S. C.,
n ecember 7. 1905.
rrived. We can sell 1
ve them climatized an(
|E Wagons and want t
put your grain land in
ITY, S. C.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE.
MENT AND DISCHARGE.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make a final settlemen1
as Executor on the estate of Mint
Titus, deceased, in the Probat<
Court for Newberry county on th<
29th day of December, 1905, at v:
o'clock a. m. All persons holdinj
State of South Carolna,
County of Newberry,
Court of Common Pleas.
Sara Ann. Clark, Julia Clark an<
Maggie Clark, Plaintiffs,
Harry Clark, William Clark, Hensor
(lark, John R. P. Clark, Iola Clark
J. Thomas Clark, J. Roland Clarl
and Edw. R. Hipp, Defendants.
By an order of the Court herein
I will sell to the highest bidder a
public outcry, before, the Court Hous(
door at Newberry, S. C., during th
legal hours of sale on the First Tues
day (Salesday) in Jandary i9o6, tha
certain tract of land situate in sai<
County of Newberry, State of Soutf
Carolina, containing one hundred an(
thirty-eight acres, more or less
bounded by lands of -he estate of R
P. Clark, 3. J. Reeder, A. F. Reeder
deceased, and of R. Y. Leavell.
Terms of -sale: One-half of the pur
chase money to 'be paid in cash, an<
the balance on a credit of twely<
months, with interest from day o
sale, secured by bond of purchase:
ard mortgage of the- premises sold
with leave to purchaser to pay al
cash. Purchaser to pay for papers.
H. H. Rikard,
Master Newberry County, S. C.
December 7th., 1905.
Fresh lot Seeded Rai
New Orleans Syrup,
Sour Kraut, Grape N
Prunes, Figs, Dates,
Evaporated Fru t, Mini
G. D. Th
Phone l lO. ,
He loved the girl very much,
That was his business.
She loved him just as wel
That u~ as her busine
They decided to
That was ti
We have Boys' Suits for 75 cents
Men's Suits for $4.oo up.
Jeans for Pants from 15C. yd. to 5'
Shoes for the Baby, and Shoes fC
Hats for the Men and Caps for the
Groceries without which no n
can do without, at:
S. S. B
ou cheaper now
: ready for heavy w
:) sell you.
good condition so th
Notice is hereby ;iven. that the an
nual meeting of the County Board of
Commissioners of Newberry County
will be held on .the 4th -day of January,
19o6. All persons holding demands of
any kind against the county not pre
viously presented to the board are
hereby notified and .required 'to file the
same with the clerk of the board on
or before the 1st day of January,
1906, so that they may be examined
and ordered to be paid at the annual
meeting. All persons holding such ac
counts or claims not paid will. deposit
them with the clerk of the board, as
required in this notice.
Fred H. Dominick,
Clerk County Board Commissioners.
Notice of Final Settlement and Discharge.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will make a final set
tlement as administrators on the
estate of Mrs. E. A. Scott in the
probate court for Newberry coun
ty on the 15th day of January, 1906,
at i o'clock, A. M., and immedi
ately thereafter apply for letters
dismissory as such administrators.
Mrs. Mary S. Martin,
- Mrs. Emily West,
500 FREE COURSES
S .Boardat Cost. Write Quicis
SEORGIA-A LABAMA BUSIN EsS COLLEGE, Macon, Ga,
sins, Currants, Citron,
uts, Cream of Wheat,
French Peas, Dried and
Swill soon need Groceries,
Dry Goods, Furnitare, Shoes, &c.
THAT'S OUR BUSINESS.
Lup. Men's Coats and Vests $2-50 lip.
Pants from 75c. to $5-00
>c. Nice Calico for dresses 5c. yd.
r the Boys and Girls, and Shoes for
Boys, and above all, we have the
ewlv wed or old married couple
Ld it's our business to
i these things.