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VOL XLIII. NO. (*8. NEWBERRY, S. 0. kUE8DAY, AUG UST 21. 190. TWIOE A WEEK. $1.50 A YEAR
WORSE THAN 'FRISC
000 KILLED; PROPERTY LOSE
ighty-Twq Shocks Felt in One Night
Direct News From the Strick
There -ontinutes contfsion of state
cnts 11 .4 the Ila:.nitiule of the dis.
ter to Valparaiso caused by tit(
barthquake shioeks which began or
hursdaY, Aug. 16, and continued a
freqeit init-er-vals t'hroughout tha
nid the next two days.
_ispathel-es fromt Valparl-aiso to tih
Associated Press received last, even.
ng stated that, a moderate estimat
f the fatalities is 2,000 and that th<
>roperty loss may be as high as $250,.
.00,000, which latter is as great as th<
oss ststaitned bv 'an Francisco ir
onlsequlence of tle earithquake al
li0 lire whiebl devastated that city lasI
- ue w ho ha.1s arrived at San
iago pilacevs the knlown dead it 10C
ndI other miessil.es inldientle that first
ports tif dama111ges and casualtie!,
ore gr.eatly exaggerat.ed. Dispa.tcle
the state department it Washing
it plave( tie fatalities at about 500,
les1 Conflictilg statemt1ents caimtot alt
is time hie adjusted. It is evident
at eveit yet confusion and panic
vail at Valparaiso and until ordel
restored it will be impossible to as
rtain witi accuraey the loss to the
to and property. The dwellings in
0 city have been practically a-ban
ned by the inihabitants who are cx
inl.. as best they cal in the Plazas
d streets of the' eity and the hill
jacet. to it withiout shelter from
rmn and sun 'and with faminte con
ntiin them. Food is already scarce
Iigt. water for drinking purposes
aekin- u.nd disease is feared. The
erniinlt is doinlg. all it (all to bring
c i ef1t. The crippling of the rail
d& leadinig into Valparaiso Coll
e iaactor in (ite sitiationl for an
offiite period, relief supplies can
be obtainled through otier meanis
'ansportation, the sealboard atford
the best of these.
:t; Saltiago matny of .te best pub
and private btildings were wreck
The loss of life there was aug
pted by the panie, whicl seized the
pe, maniy of whont tllew them
yes froin the balcoiies of thir
ines. Tie destructive force of the
rtlqualke w'as experieiced overt a
'ge extent. of the country, many
wn-Z stistaining serious damage.
Val pa.r1 iso. A In. 19. 7.52
Clock last Thu'sdliAy eventing Val
raiso experienlced an earthiqtnke of
at. severity, and during IIt-at night
Shoeklus were felt.
Most of the bildings of fip citv
tIher' were rut1ined or' damaged.
Thel loss will lie enortmotts, prob~laly
~each lng $250,000,000.
T lwo, thousand per'isons killed is
on)sidere'd to) he a fair' est.imtte of
hte catsualt les.
Vina del Mar (thlree miile's fr'oir
alpara'~iso andl( having a poputlatior
f tavet' 10,00); Qtuiribtue, 225 mnile.s
the sultl.htward( with a popuilaitiont 41
,500 ; Quillot a, 25 miles t.o thle ntorth
est withI a popttlatlion of 10,000, and~
illage.'s all aiountd were (lestrtoyedl.
Most of the dlamlage was dute to tire
hieh stattd immediately a fter th<t
-The whlole population is sleepingr ii
-he htills, the pat'ks or the- streets.
Food is very scarce. Milk costs t.w(
htileatn dollarts'a liter, and it le almosi
*mpossible to obtain meat, eveni aI
Thier'a.ilroads are all destr'oyed.
Rain, wichel began to fall immed
ately after' the first sihock, stopped
The nighits itre vet'y cold and wvindy
and 't people sleeping in the opei'
are sutffe'ing greatly.'-.
*.Th'e capltaiin of a tsteamshtip, whtiel1
htas arrived from~ San Fr'tancisco, says
-that the situationt here is worse t.har
that followinig the disaster at San
A man is apt to foiget htis good
breeding' whetn a fat wvomain steps on
Open Letter From Aiken Citizens
Concerning the Governor's Trip
A (lispatch from Aiken to the State
says thatA while Gov. Heyward's ae
fion inl trying Mop sto the lynching of
Bob Davis is (ireenlwood couinty com1
mandls t.he admuiration of many people
there, at the Samlle tiie the people of
Aiken counlty alre forced( to contrast
his actio inl this with his sta(emlient
inl, reply toi the re(Iltest of' the Aiken
people ror a3 speedy trial of Isaae
Kiight, the negro charged with an
assailt ipoil an a(ged hdy near Aiken
a feiv weeks ago.
At' opei letter to the governor was
drawn up and signed by several cit.
izenS of Aiken county. The letter,
whieh wioll be forwarded to the gover
nor by mail, is as follows:
Aiken, Aug. 17, 1906.
Hon. 1). C. Heywalrd, Governor of'
His l'xelliencv: Citizens of Aiken
coluntY desire to4 herebY collgratillate
Yfoil on ihle stand(I youI look inl rea'-ard to
he lyN-chin"g at( 0reviewood. We re
-pecIfhllyI re f*er you to4 thIe petvIitIilnl
of1 a sp.yl trial of Ik Knii2iht . orI
tile prophecy of just what took place
(Ihere. in our. ease yoll ave I1s to
uiderstand(I you ha(1 no power to bring
about a 1)spec(y trial, but ill the Green
wood case you gave your word of hoi
or for a speedy trial. How is this?
Has the law been changed I Have you
Shau.ed ~Your mlld iI W.-. oine state
m1ent. false? Do youl wish Is to follow
ill the footsteps of the Clreenlwood
lyiehers? Because volt had our negro
Safe ill tihe penitentiary was 31o reason
why y.ol werejustified inl turning y,our
ba3c3(k o) our Petition. Be'ause ours
is not. the last case of that kind to
COMP before ouir people Your lity is
:Is imuel to the future welfare of our
people as to the present welfare of
our- lwole. Unless (leep dlown] inl
youIrl learIt you approve of lynchin.ig
we eannlhot Iinderstand14 yr41111 aetiols.
Youl weilto the Scene of this lYnehl
ine yet. you had n t roops t1here. So
fa. as we hive ii ae t) findt mit,
the Itrips were ievel ordered tihere,
yel you 1ha(1 ample time to go from the
Same place a hich t1e I roops were
,ta,tioned. Did yon have any idea. that
the people would listen to you after
tle e-xperiiece of the post.? If so you
are a. poor judge of' hitman llnature, and
especially of the sentiments of the
I)eo)lie you relresent.. To find more
particilars of the Case of Ike Knight
we hereby extedI You a1 colrial invi
tation to comne to the October court
here and list4n1 to tile testimnyn and
lecide for Yourself, Whedher oll acted
for th1e best. inlterest of the future
welfare (of th,is 'ouity of not. While
youl are here, talk with our 1:epresel a.
ive citizens and see what they thiIk
of the whole affair. See if they (Ion't
think you1 enicouraged lynching
ihronughlou our11 state when'l you r'efus
('d us5 a speedy trlial ati. Ithe special
iteirm of (courit or' reCfused to give us
your 1 supp)hort for1 the same.
.Judge Lynch'l asks, for' the sake of
humat .ity, (lc in'14 peon1 t o hils. til
and14 other40 c'itizeins.
- The Knight Case.
It. wilIlihe remnember'ed that at thle
t ime Knight comumittevd thle deed t.he
peColet of Aiken earestly desised1 that
just ice should be meted out as soonlf as
possible, and a speedy trial was ask
ed foir. The Aiken Bair association
was r'equested( t.o take the ma3t.ter lip
through the pr'oper1 chiannIels, but the
association sawv fit to stat.e that an
immcdiai.c triial was . not necessary,
and( ithey.-so r'epor'ted to Goveirnor Hey..
ward. When the citizens learned of
this action a pot*ioini asking for' Ithe im
med iate t irial was f'oirward'by lVspecial
mnessniger t.o Governor' Heyward. In
resp)onse to this petition the governoir
statedl thiat lie had( n1o authiority ivhiat
ever tl) 0(ode a special term of cour't.
Now, t:ho suJ ject of discussion here to..
(lay is, "WXhiy could Glovernor -Iey..
ward'( promise a special term of court
in (Grhenwood counlt.y and1( not ini Aikenl
* The Governor's Letter.
dievsrc to 11011 n) 8. [reim.isoi l4
ident. of flic Aikeii Bar association,
w'itteii on July 22, is as follows:
Honi. I). S. Henlerson, Aikei, S. C.
)"ar Sir: I aul in receipt of comumiu
iication signed by yourself and other
members of the Aiken har expressiig
your views as to the advisability of
enlliniig an extra I term of fthe court. of
Weneral sessions for Aiki couity to
try the case of Isaae Knlight for criml
inal assault, commit ted inl Aikeni cotm-'.
tv. I ami also in receipt ol at iinbeir
, letitoil sigiied by IIhe citfizeiis of
Aiken reqItuestin (1 siuch court he
Htelying, lbeg to refer you to see
lion 2744 (of' Code of Ijaws of, South
('aroliina, 1902, volume 1, which says
that the solicitor may make applica
tionl to Ilie governor for an extral
term of court, of genieral sessionls ill
a iiy okiiit of tile state wlieii he tihinks
tha. the public iiiterest demaids such
teIrm1 Of c(1t11. When. such applica
tii is made it becomes the duty of
(-.he- gOvernior to appmint some one
learned in tlie law and stigg_ested by
tle chief justice to hls4is4 suchi t-1.
I'1ier tleS( ilviumstancves I feel
that t l lv course I can take in1 tle
IIIItler Iferrie11d to) mne is t) f'orward al
Iapers in Ibe case 1s) Solicitor lhavis
itd a sonm ais I Ie. homi h".im will
take m-il InI( theatter.
I). '. IIeyward. Gmvivelf.
.\r. m. T,. 1io1iy. thle ".entlemlanl whot
presentled Ilhe cit izens' petition Io (lhe
''ovrnr,. also received i similar let ter
f'rml I hIe gIoverior.
Tile pe'Iii.ion f'irom the Aikenl citizens
"To His Excellenlcy, ). C. Heyward,
"' 'he assault uponl irs. -'.. S. ('hap
in by, tle negro Isaac Kinight, which
Was C0111111it.ted foil tle Iliglit of Sl
da1.y t,i( St IIf I uVy. is regaIirdled ats
aI, ouitrage by t le white citizens of
Aiken couitY. Knight.t lias beeli (ap
tired ai11 is nmw inl tlie clstody of ilte
oflicers of the Itw. Since his arrest
adsinve hlearinl. hlis story of Ilhe
'rim, tlhere Ias been falk of lyiching
iln mIr ct(y. but g-ood citizenls, be
lieving in the iiforcement of Iaw W,
have discourlaged sncel talk. llowever,
t.here is coIsiderable IIIIrest am111oig
01ur1 people. wio believe that if this
mn 1is ity lie should be punished
at once, and tihat such (Iuick pluish
111011t would halive i benofieial effect
inl fiture eases, and would eieoirage
the people of tie s1i-te and of lie
colinty to resort to the law and dis
'We tlherefore, itimbly, petition
Y0our excelleicy to order a sipcild
eourt of genleral sessions to he held
in Aikei couity, for tle pirpose of
trVilng this vcse, 1s sooll as is possible
inder the provisionls ofi the law, be
lievini.g. tHI at le publiv initerest dle
Includes Number of People Living on
Routes From Newberry and
'The 11 eral d anid Newvs has receiv'ed
from t he 1Di rectories Publishing Cot'
porion11( Elf' Norifollk, Via., ai copy) (If
lie It ual I )i reectory~ coveing Weterni'l
slithl ( 'ariolina,2 i' iwhi inelndes a numiii
'elr oIf peoptle t iV lin ton rual fiIree dle-I
livery routes in thle vicinity of New
huas' been wcrki ng on t his hook for
sev'eral mnt.hfls, andt t.he resuilts are
shiown in hoth Ii.he typographical ap
pea ranice of thle directory antid lie
lairge nu2mberl Elf names secured.
Th'lis is one ofC thriiee South Car'olina
hi'ectorie's t hat thle Norf'olk company
hias published. Th'le book carries eon
siderale local advertising, and is of
unidot)iIed value as a comprehensive
Ilist cotver'ing this sect ion. We are ad
v'ised that only a limited number of
c'lot.h b)ound( copies have been publish
ed. Theise can be purc'hased directly
fromIt thle mnaini otilee at Norfolk, Va.
A fter' you have worked hard and
saved your1t mfoney it maketcs you mad
to be aippr'oached b)y a main who has
splent. his andic he invited to go into a
scheme that is solely for his benefit.
Tt also takes time to do- time in
No mattei' ,how busy a man is lie
thinks lie isn'"t Wasting time if lie
NEGRO ATTEMPTS OUTRAGE.
Black Brute in Saluda County Seeks
to Criminally Assauat a Little
Colinibia, August, 20.-(1. A. M.)
Tle govenior's private Secretary. Mrl,.
Norment, has just received i tele
phoi Iessag'e froi Depty Sheriff
llerrY. of, Saluda (.oln1y, telling Imi1
o li atteipted outrage in that lon
ty yesterday a fternioon a ask itg
tiat 1)ldhotmdl(Is lie sei(. It. appears
tlat a ner abouit. ei-hiteen years of,
a1011 Im11ale all attemipt this afternoon
to 41-irilinally assault a. little whitei
gir'1 sevenl years old, tle (aught ier of a
farm-Ier iaml-led( West. He failed ofr his
pipose, ltt. injilured the child very
severely ai(d ran.
The Wests live ini the Sandy Creek
section of Saluda county, near Bates
blrg. A searching party was at once
organized ad tihe pursuit. of the neg.ro
begai. 'liere ari'e at least a iundred
llel in Ile sear-ehinlg- pairty and it is
believed hat t.hey have tile negro sir
m1111(ed ill a swalip. So (1ose WIre11
thleY uponi himl at ()ne( fimie Ithat he( was
fored Il Irop his hat and a'41at.
'I'e wril a ws sent f'or and I)eputy
shteriff vhrr wentl to) ihe Mmnil.hot
iihi.u.11t last nli;lbt lie vallme d p Ite
gvern('I' " ollice to ask tihat blood
houlnis he seit a1,d rIequestinliig ad
vice as it) what lie sholid (1o. Ile gv
ern'or. is nlot inl the eily, but Alir. Nor
1menllt1. ilg.."e(I Nir. Ierry to (do all t.ha1
hle possibly could1( to) protect thie negro
wlen cauht, and stated that blood
iounds woul be sent t.o Saltida this
mnornin-. Berry seems to t.hink tiat
it wiil he imlpossible to save the pris
olner if hite is captiired by tle mtio).
Mlr. Norment has also eonmmnieat
ed witi Solicitor Cooper. request-ing
h6i to do all that 1h4' (.1an1 to have the
plisoner protectel and prevenB a
Mr. Harmon's Position.
.\t the Jolly, Stle meting of tle
'oun111ty c'ampaign the speeles of fle
e'M1idlat-es were reportedI bY a repre
senoative of' The Uverald ami News,
%\Ili was Called away f'rom thei meet
in. hefore it was eonludedl and who,
BoI dhal reason. could n4B report Alr.
T.. .1armn111's spececl.
.\s to labor contra(st., Mr. lirm1111on
ilu s (liat tle conltl;aet sliall be o 114)
ef'et it' advanlecs are made.before th1e
labovre' m e. 1pon the premlises of,
th employer. He favors increasing
Blhe minimumIIII pnliishiileit. to tiree
mon11thls for. violationl of eontracet, with1
n) aIlternative of a line. lie wants
tie jiurisdielion of magistrates ex
tedie(l froil 30 to 90 (days, "So as to
ake advantage of tle eoirts wlich
they J111)jump here." Hfe is opposedI to
--IM)Pullsory educlation. ''heealuse it
Iorces I te tax-payers to pay taxes anid
or it tle. IIgoes to go to selhool."
Ile I favors the sta-le dispensairy, be
1a)se u0de 11lia system lithe stat( can
'lot be sued, while umiiei th1e coiIty
h>l op)tion1 systeml 14 (he countie's would
he Iiab1 le. ' 'Th'e state' 1 i a sovere'ignl
-t." ' heC says, "an c414an 't he sued'4,
'iut . Bthe ('4unties can5 suell and 4 h11le suted,
aind three mieni could1( bankrp t'ld Ihe
count11 y ini 12 mointhIs' I ime. And if'
von) en'lit conlitro41 li hr men ho11w c')old
vou4 ''on1 t rol 123 ? Though, 1 on414)
ilii' t44 leave it to) a voIte (of the,o (cou1n
t.ies. it' they want prohuibit ion, local 01p
1tion,i or1 te stat' dispensairy, (it.her.'
I am wvilling 144 te mnajor'ity r'ule of
thle white demIfocrats." AS 1t4 good4
roads4h, lie is just. wvillinig, ho says, to
do4 all1 ini his power'Ci for BIhe buildhing 4of
favo o'4'(f doing eveiryt,hiing lhe can fori
rur'~l schiooils. In favoi' of1 doinig
everyt.h,' inig hie canii foi' hiigh schi4ools 4on
e'4cnomiili basis;. As Io taixaion41,
wanits it ai.'i " limited as$ poss5ile ini
standar11 id basis."' [n f'avori of1 redue11
in.g Bthe 11 -houi' system Io 10 hiouris.
WVhen a woanai dhemIands thait 2a
doe(lor)1 should l)e sent, for her huis
bandl sihould jmi the two dollars in
her poc4ketb)ook 2and( refuse ; she will
11hen get. 14) thinking of how she will
sphn th141Ile moneiy, and all will soon be
When tw w" ~ omen ari"ene the winner
is lh' 4one w'.ho4 can talk thle falstest.
It Bakes a fi na ncile eoo spendii 445~4'i4
his mrino fnsne. tham lie makes it.
WM. T. JEROME A CANDIDATE.
Wishes the Democratic Nomination
for Governor-District Attorney
of Now York.
Dist ricl At(ornley WmIl. Travers je
r,omeW, of' New York issuted the follow
of' ourl. politil] lil' ill this State, '
timl willinig to r-11Im- orth olTive of
(1ovelnor, (it tle state, it tille 1vI)emo
ent tiv ('"olivenlt ion hll mIIloinlale mie
witholl( aily 1il1(derst .1Illding,. expr'essed
!0r implied,. t e tILlun 11hat, it' vleet-,
I ed, I shagll obey Imly oathll of, ofiee, as
I understilid it, inl lette' an14d spirit.
" Williall Travers . erome.''
For i iiiber of mosll0ls, indeed,
almiost fro t.he hiour. of Mlr. Jer-oie's
triumllphianf electionl ats district aittor
niey of New York Coit.y last Novem
ber, the demliail for' Iis nlom11iiation
Iifor governor this fall has beeln dis
enlssed by% aill sorts anfd eonldilionls of
ltramm1111elled citizenls. Thev arrog0anit
attitilde of thlie political bosses toward
JTerne last 'ail 11a1n t (Iwa rd tile in
de,penden.t1 polilival sentimienfl rend(er
vI inl his diarmeler aid enr, a'r-ouls.
ed t(I( voters f' New York ('o1nt1 Y to
t.he neal vooldilionl of1 political servi
tude they ('(oveupied.
,Nir. .ollim had 1111e a remliar-kable
re41nl1 Is fthe poseenliig oieer of,
Ilhe county aid luld spokeni his minld
1'reely ats () ('harles 1". lurlphy, (lhe
T'mman b1111 tN oss, amld Benijaminl B.
(Odell, Jr., the Republicii boss, and
William I?. IlearsI, boss ol' the hide
peldenlee 1'ellgle. Ir. Jenrof1ne had (.(<mI
duclted hlis offilce fam-oi the topmlost
hleigh:-ts of dutty to fthe people of1 thle
vounity an1d for .1 recomlpenise he re
I'Vived fihe bitter persolm:1 hlostifity ofI
Bouss Alrph. Bo',s (blell and ]loss
Ilearst. .\ 1 1 hre(- bosses deereed th ai
I'-heir politicail mlachlines shold niot
reward a faillful publie servant with I
a eiln illna. ioll.
'lhe tIlree bosses directed their poli
i ' 11iachinles nt 14o renlomlliiat' Je
r,0m11. Th'len it wasIf that1 dhe people of
New Y'orki ('omlY gt uiponi Ilheir k-el I
al114 roared thevir ang.er. .Jerome walsI
nomilinated for. dis,re a41Ml-1rneY by 4
the free amld indellendenll vilizenls of'
New Y,or14k ('ounly andl(] ]Ie he'at aill
t11ree anld their political fac - V
alliapaignl was .1 trilumpel ('all
to citizenls all1 over. thle State. Th'le
Troy Press )uft it. ill thse words tile
oilher daly: "I'Publiv selilllenlt, Demo-I
eratie, Itepuiblicaln 1and(1 lit nepeideit,
is cr.yslailizing. uponl d.haf comp(ilerinig
vote-getter, William Travers Jeroie,
I' (ll lio H e is De , 1 4 . lEE' I?e
f'oriller anld brillilil calf ripali-Igner, ai(
his eandidavY wold obliterate party
line' and resu'it ll i , -reatf popular
1rllipiuph . a Ilie polls.' '
The atoehesler leral l eoed tiese
't 1eranles by\ decla rin: 1 ' A1 int in-I
d ipendvatt candidat , 'lree f1 inilial
Bras to te Hveulians Nwh Careital -
tiv lier~ (' e c114 ndi tions )in teir14
pa24r I Asull an 11 indpi'den i . J1--SI
rwme wohl appea 'C5.l'14 with no less lire
ilo the IIIto ('sami'4staemnofl wTho
won Ihl' wo oe for llear41, w nlbeoIil
whom1 )yi' h iht. irle vt8 nomiate
a te1, i nd)iI11 clr,te cryh fore
er404 t1o 4 let aI (loverntor,'1 wo wil beI
notEb at'41I the beekand ical of a pti-e
R4e41 viofI eies
VOTES IN THE PAST.
argest Vote in the History of the
State is Predicted In Ooming
Hlow Imanytiv votes will he east, in the
Those Who claiml to know 1reliet
hat tle vote this veai. will sui-pass
Ill revonis becaulse thlere has bwen
in em-nTs r efort o t11he part, of all
bmme init-restedl to -vt thevir Iend1S
o (41me ou(ilt IIId vole. Inl ahlition
u Ilis tihere is ile intvn.st. taken in
lhe dispensiary sitatiioni eq)eeially
II lie couilies tIhat have voted oit,
I;. M. 1. andI whiere dlispensairy candi
lates alive beenl phiceI inl tile field.
At.lhutigh1 there was no opposition
) aIN (f the State oflleials in 1904
.xeIt. nailromlllroa c itoissionler, the
eaviest vote il tlie history of Demo
raltic prima ries il Sothill Carolina
,as p1oilv(l. Two' years previously thero
Aere onily a little over 94,000 east and
m1 that year tdhe political fight was
very excitin'. In 1904 the vote ran
Wver 105,00(0 for1. the railroal comillis
;ioners and Ithert were ew seralebles
'veonlt aainsl (;or. , vywnrl and14
Iv ie I othr .Tivial s 4 li, .1miiinis
na ti(In. The e.xazt.(I. lres vomlpiledI
roml) the iles it'. The Sate For 1902
how hat uni of live en(lilMlies a
I otal i of 94.802. Ile yward reicived
1i.492. Aisel received 17.652 an( Tal
>er. re'ivedi IS8,(05. Tlh e v ot e for
he 'iled Slates senato Itha1t year
vas 93 772 ot' iiiell Ih Latinmerm receiveid
!2.938 inIl xvanls received 17,(4. rin
19111 the lotal vole east was 105,285.
('hances are against ile ImII who
'efuses to take eliin1ees.
) Ior'se it isn't to a man's eredit
r Iis crelit isn't gol.
I. I11ev is bliss as re.1anlis wihat
1iost imni kniolws aiout women.
jow Rates to New York and Return
Via Southern Railway.
On atevoinut. (f ,h hwomcomiing lof
Wmn. Win. .1. l1ir. ile Soilrl
%iw 1 sell tieikeis t4p New Yo
dis $2.25 froi all coipoi ticke. sil
i)". licketls o sale Amus( 2,911h
mi 29th, imited to lieave New York
o'nting on September 4t1. 19)(;.
The 8outhrI'ln oper ies oI all
Ibrol-h traills, Ptlhuitdra wing-room
:leepers ;nel SIui1leril railway diiiiig
'aris-higbalk vestibllled voaehes.
For1 full iliformition, consult ainy
4outhen railway I iket agent, or
1. W. IIIII,
viiision Ilassenger A ent
\sst. I'ieral II'IsseMIgrI, AgenIo
At lain, S E n iA.
liTOTICE OF SALE OF POMARIIA
OIL MILL. -
tnily "l ti rusulian of thei stock
li'.bleris, the dlioelrs ofthe li P'omaria
Dil1 Mill w'ill sill Ihe jporly and
franchi'liisis. bothI ~ ra aid p ersonajitl, ef-.
l.ht P'omain O il Alill, at. public 'it.'
ryv at Piniariai, S. ( ., on thle 12thI day
>f' Sepldenibier, 10(1, at I -Ieven a 'clock
in Ithe forein'ion,, on thle foillowing .
he'~~ Piil-htser wvill be' reqniuil 1
payiive thi Ilousanda dlollairs icash, oni
Ile' dayi of saile, $500l of which must b)0
mid to the tiel ionier as soon as the
id i1s closeid, or the proprl. fy will i m-.
nedliai'l,v be resol; the balance to
>e patid with Iin t hirly days, withlout
literesl, whiieeupon title to the pro-.
wr-Iy ill Ibe exeeted and deli veredi.
"trchaiser' tiota for i pa pers.
'lTis sale wvilIl be ,,!uI,. ti ('nnble
he~ diretoris ti pay thie debt.s of' the
'uorpora~t ion, andl thle proceeeds will,
)e plied to Ithe claims of. eredhitors
a lie iorder of I haitr legal priority.
. Wl. 11erly,
J. 1P. Setzler,
(1i. II. A ulil,
I. 0. 1Hent,,
I). A. K(lekley,
Jno. P. Wicker,
Jito. 0. [Koon,
II. IF. ('ounts,*
W\. .\. Wilson.