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TWELVE CIRCUITS. 1
Two New Additional Circuits Created
By General Assembly?Congested
fc)purt3 Given Relief.
The house has passed the senate
amendments (o (he hill providing for i
additional judicial circuits. After a
lonir parliamentary l'ijiht and several
rt>ll calls the hill which created one
additional circuit in the house and
under amendment in (lie senate creat- i
ed two circuits, was adopted and
ordered for enrollment.
The principal objection in the house i
to the twelfth circuit came from 1
fleoru'clown. Horry and surroundinir
counties, the idc;i beinvr advanced i!
that the work <d' the senate in providing
for a twelfth circuit was a poli- |
tical one and therefore should be sent ?
hack to n committee on conference.
When the twelfth circuit hill was i
sent over from the senate Mr. Der- |
ham moved uoii-conruri ence in l!r.' ,
senate amendments. Mr. Mawson ar- i
li'ueil lor the adoption ,,f the amend- | |
nients. -how 'mv: tint I !ii' Mee I ). ( >ec- |
lion w;i> i.i need of court relief, i |
Mr. Kershaw also a i _> u. ?I for the hill L
and Mr. Met nil said that there had i |
been no chan.'e in the section for !! ">
year- ami that while the I'ee I lee
s -el imi hail not intei fered with t lie
I'1;"1 - for another circuit when' (
Kichland e.innt\ was foiicerncd. since
tile senate h: 111 t h o i i ' l r it proper to .
ji\c his section relief he thou'.vht the
ho-i - h it I I concur ,-ind licit the
Mv. 111 i circuit he i mm i. |, , ]. i
M I has t? ;,H j
''d.l1 | i .; !>.:. Imi; h |!m111111 !
I ) ' :t' i a:i ! men s poor ;md t hat lii '*
hill * i' o: |! 11 ?.:o til I > 111 III! f 11-.' Oil I'lee
conference i:i , i- lev I h.it :t mi-lit he :l
re'ii r.'iiI'je I. I !,. point out that I
< " 1 'w n wa> } > I a . I in the circuit j
with I'lore. i c,? iti- te.id of ' ?' circuit ''
with \\ iMiani'iliurv. the sister county, j'
d I >' ; ha in i n-M ted i h ?t hi- conn- I j
I \ had in'i heen ii :i in I. with;
iosi. or-.:ai?i/ed a cull for j
I " ami - ,, ,.,-v Mioliou i
lor :Ik adopt ion ..t ,iu amendment j '
sent i.. b\ the sen ate.
Mr. Kershaw insist,M| ih.it the law- '
yer- o| his circuit w t re loyal to the '
i m I ere-. | s of l lit' State, i ha; the
desire for addiiiooal courts came 1
''"in the I a c| | hat the dockets were
crowded and there was need for smaller
Finally, on a call for the ayes and 1
noes on the clincher to accept the
senate amendments, the vote was as '
fo| lows ;
Wa< \\ ha ley. -peakei : Arnold.
Anil. A\cr. I !a llent ine, Hanks, I'ealt
ie, I >el htine, Brantley. Bryan. ! '. M? '
< aniioii. ( larv. t'ourl i<e\. (Yoft. Me- '
Vore. I lick, I'iii" le. Hivon. Ilodd. .1. '
II.. howling. l-'ra?M, Frost, Harris,
<iau-e. (hies. 11 a i di ii. Barley. Mar- c
Harris. Ilicltes. Mydrick. 'I
do 111 s | o 111 . Kershaw. K i i \ en. haw
s""' M'H'oll. M,-Master. Miley. Mil- a
ler. Nash, Nichols, Nicholson, Mark- '
ei. h ? i-11 a !' I -ion. Sawyer, S h i j i j?. Smith, o
Kurtz M.. Thomas. To,Id. Tompki is. a
N'audcr llorst. YouKolnit/.. Walker, j I
^ all.ic. . \\ a 1111 a 11 aker. Wi'jvriits, ' 1'
\\ iii'.:a:'d. Woods. Yonmatis ajl.
Na\- I >a i ley, Bricc, \. (I., Bricc, | ?
'I. S.. Carey, ('arwile, ("linksc.ales.
< hi a i. Cox. I lei ham. Hoar. Hodd. j ,
l!- Mou:la-s. M.pps. Cary. tilas-L
cock, (ieo.lwiu, tJiver. Hall. Harrison, j i
llinton. .lone-, Kellaliau. Mane. Mes- ,,
(''v- 1 finer. I.e.are. Kittle. Me- L]
Keow i. Nesl.it. Niver. Norton, [ ;l
Weaves, I, -hiu-. m. Kicker. Searhor- ^
ou-:n. S,vn ; Smith. 11. I... Vomer. .
XX*aWisiiherh. W'vche. Yel.lel] - :i
' :1'' senate adiiieiidmenl s were '
therefore adopted and the hill ord- I s,
ered for rat ideal ion.
Tho Bill ;?,s Passed. a
I he hill as passed by holli houses ii
is as follows : l]
Section 1. I hat the State he, and c
is aere'hy. divided into I'J judicial h
circuits, composed as follows: e
' I'lie First circuit shall he com- f
pose I of the counties of Berkeley, s
Htrcliester, Oran?:chuvir and Calhoun, t
''I lie Second circuit shall he com- "
posed of the counties of Hampton,
Aike.i. I>>aiiihcr,_r and Marnwcll.
" I'lie Third circuit shall he com- 1
posed of the counties of Clarendon, I
Mee. Stmiler and Williamstiur^. t
I he Fourth circuit snail lie compose,!
of the counties of Cheslerliehl. '
Harliimlon and Marlboro.
"Tile Fifth circuit sball he eompo.sed
of the counties of Kershaw and
"The Sixth circuit shall be com- .
posed of the counties of York, Chester,
Lancaster and Fairfield.
"The Seventh eireutt shall he composed
of the counties of Cherokee,
Sparlanbnrir and Union.
''The F.iuath circuit shall be composed
of the. counties of Abbeville.
Newberry, 1.aureus and (! t een wood.
'' Tlie Ninth eireutt shall he composed
of the counties of Charleston,
Colleton and Beaufort.
"The Tenth circuit shall be com
!>oscd of the counties of Anderson, 1
UiviMiville, Pickens and Oconee.
"The Eleventh circuit shall bo I
composed of the counties of hexing- J
ton, Saluda and Kdgetleld. J
"The Twelfth circuit shall ho coin- j
posed of the counties of Florence,
(!eor?elown, llori v and Marion.
Sec. J. I iiat I lit! solicitor of the 1
circuit holding ollice under J
prior statutes of this State shall af- J
Icr the 1st day of May next and' for j
!hc remain.Icr of his torin, ho solici- N
lor of the Klcve.ith circuit, created A
hy I his act, with the same salary as *
I hat which lie now receives. Tlio solicitor
of Kiylith circuit holding of- e
rice under prior statutes of this
^lale shall, alter 1 ho 1st day of a
\lay next ami lor the remainder of j;
ii> term, he solicitor of the Miyhth
ircuit. as reduced in size ,l>y this
ict. with the same salary that lie now
eveiv.'s. And the vacancy in the of- /
ice ot the Filth circuit, as coustiiut 'I
h.v this act. shall he tilled hy appointment
o I 11 'jn\ ernor, such ap- .j
>"?nlee to hold ollice from May I.
!",s. niil: 1 lii- successor, elected at
he next ue.ieral el. e! ion, >hall .Inly s
inalil'y: Hi.- salary of 1solicitor of i '
!lis '"' ' it m he at Ihe rate of $1.7011 | ?
i year. j
" ;!- That ihe judges and sic- j n
io-raphei- of ihe Fifih and l\i-hlh ' t!
i''' nil - as ii. re I o To re < xisling shall i
.indues and .-leiinurapiicrs of the I
i!i!i and Kijilh circuits, as const i,;,
,l ''si^ acl. and a judge of ihe
"!. i "t h .imlicial ?-i: u11 -hall he j
: y the '.!< :i.-i a! assembly.
i! circui: court- I < r |',ie year I00S B
hall he It. Id a- now pmviilcd 1?\ law, fl
'id .indues -hall hold said i
ur;- a- here I 111 i?e <>rd( re I h.v liie m
' I .|u-t .? < . | he -e\ era I circuit '
' "r:lor ihe summer and fall terms j
?' l!'(ls -hall lie ii.-ld i?\ the several j"""
l'<- vcordinu' ].< appoint me:its to!
?l' *' :l " !?y the ellief j U -1 ice. who ]
J11 lite I imi.- |\,r I, |,|. )
'"'ill- . ii -m! -.-.-ioiis an.I ,
i'?-a- ..I ih, i-'ir.-l. Third.
">rth. Ki ft it. Kl.'venlh and Twelfth
'" nil.- alter May I, 1 *MIS. uulil nth- !
v. !-< provided hy statute, or ju case j
I h:s a'i-e:icc or inability, hy Ihe ad- !
'- senior associate justice, wilhiu'
" icason.n.hle tim? prior to May 1,
Sec. | hat the judge of Ihe
Klexenih circuit shall ap])oiut a
-Icn.cjrap.ier lor the circuit courts
:;i'id circuit lo hold ollice from
Ma.\ I. Puis, who shall receive a sal1!'v
$1.-00 per annum. ,
Sec. " I hal all ads iuconsis
enl herewiiii he. and the same are! ,
1 ' iv repealed, from and after Ihe c
hue at which thi- ai l lakes cff'eel. I
"Sec. 7. Thai this shall take
,"Vrl "I" 11 ils approval: Provided, t
I hal the selicilors and -Iettoura piiers I /
r '"h and Ki-. hITi. First. Third |
li:'' I'oiirtn circuits, as cou.-t it utcd i
'his act. shall discharge the duties ' .
I I heir ollice until Ma v 1. 100S in ) *
J i I* | ;
* cnlll | m K | j) J |||-. j
'!: 1 h. and Kiirhih. Fir.-1, Third and
eircniis. respectively, as eon- 1
""He I prior to ;|K. ,,.,ssaue of | his c
S' ' S. |||; s dici I or 111 ihe Tili rd : ?
i:,';iil holding 'lliee under prior '
1 "nlcs of !his Slate, .-hall, after the I '
st day o| May next and for the re- j
under el hi< term, lie solicitor of '
he Twelfth circuit, created hy this
'*' u'"i I lie same salary as thai 1
!'' !' he !.,,w receives. The solici- | 1
'''he I'irsl and Fonrlh circuits
H'ling ollice nilder prior statutes
hall, a'tel" the |-| of M iy next and I
ihe remain.Icr of their terms, he j?
111ii iIois o| ihe First and Fourth j
ircnils, as rcilnced in size hy this I""
el. with the same salaries thai they!
ow receive. And the vacancy in
ic ollice ol solicitor of Ihe Third cir"it
as constituted hy this acl shall [
e tilled hy appointment of the govrn.ir.
such appointee to hold office
ruin May 1, IPOS, until liis succesor.
elected al Ihe next general elccion.
shall duly nualify. The salary
f tile solicitor of this circuit shall
'e at the rale ol $1,7110 a vear.
"Sec. !). Thai the judges of the
'ir-t. I hird and Fourth circuits as
Heretofore existii.g sliall lie .indues of
lie I'irsl. Ili ird and l''onrlh circui Is
is const it tiled hy litis act. and the
u.lye ot |iie twelfth circuit shall ho
lecte.l hy the general assenvhlv.
Sec. 10. thai ihe stenographers
I the Firsj and Third circuits as
low constituted -duill he Ihe slenorrapliers
of the First and Third cir uils
as herein created and Ihe stenographer
of the Fourth circuit, as
now constituted, shall he the stenographer
of the Twelfth circuit as
lieiein created, and the judge of five
l'ourlh circuit shall appoint a stenographer
for said Fonrlh circuit at
a salary of *|,'JOO a vear.''
Chnjige of Schedules.
l'.llective 12.01 i. m. Sunday Jan.
>tli, 100S. the following is tho time
of departure of all passenger trains
oaving Nowberry Union station:
To. 15 for Greenville .. ..8.57a.m.
To. 18 for Columbia .. ..1.28 p.m.
Jo. 11 for Greenville .. . .4.17 p.m.
Jo. 10 for Columbia 8.47 p.m.
0., N. & L. Ry.
"To. 85 for Laurens 5.19 a.m.
>To. 22 for Columbia ... .8.47 a.m.
sTo. 52 for Greenville .. 12.40 p.m.
>To. 53 for Columbia .. ...'3.10 p.m.
tfo. 21 for Laurens 7.25 p.m.
Jo. 84 for Columbia.. .. 8.30 p.m.
No's. 84, 85, 21, and 22 run daily
The abovo schedule is given ??nly
s information, is not guaranteed and j
s subject to change without notice.
G. L. Robinson,
^.VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR
We will rent for the year 1908,
lie farm of 338 acres of land situated
bout one mile east of Silver Street
nd owned by the estate of Win, W.
pearman. There is open upon the
lace about a four horse contract and
lade this year 50 bales of cotton,
he place will be rented either for
""ley or bales of cotton. Applv to
M. A. Carlisle,
John C. Goggans, I
Executors of Wm. W. Spearman.
Newberry, S. Dec. 31, 1907.
IlnliitH cured i?t my Stiimlorium in a
low \\vpkn. You can return t<? your
liotuo in 30 dayn well, free nml liupjiy. ) j
I lmvn mmlo those liuUitd t? specialty for '
V? y,.'arH ,,,M' thousands. rnrr '
Hook 011 Homo Trout iiicm sent llltt
AiMtchh l?IC. It. !W. WOOM.KY,
loa N. l'ryor atroot. Atlanta, U?.
C 1 ^ !TP c
We provide easy term
We enable borrowers
n Monthly Installments
allowed to meet obligati
It is cheaper than payi
:o save money to buy a 1
If you want to save rnc
;ake a Security Contraei
Call on A. J. Gibson, A
Treasurer, at office, con
ftreets, next door to Coi
SECURITY LOAN A'II
Our friends to know
gotten in a shipment
will find at a book
things you will find s
ask you to call and j
prices. We will cal
few articles that are
to Match; Pc
let, Post Car
entines all <
We know that our s
carry nice stock and
HERALD & NE
TOWN AND TOWNSHIP ASSESSORS
The following; persons have been
appointed to serve as Town and
Township Assessors for 1908.
Township No. 3, Town?Otto Klettner,
Jas. A. Burton, Sam B. Jones.
Township No. 1, County?G. McD.
Sligh, M. B. Caldwell, Jno. C. Neel.
Township No. 2.?Dr. W. C. Brown,
Chas. S. Suber, J. D. Nance.
Township No. 3.?J. II. Smith, B.
II. Mnybin, J. II. Ringer.
Township No. 4,Town?David Duncan.
P. B. Odcll, II. V. Taylor.
Township No. 4, County?C. II.
Shannon, Zach. IT. Suber, T. B. Carlisle.
Township No. f>.?S. M. Duncan, C.
W. Buford, E. P. Matthews.
Township No. (i.?T. 1?. Workman,
Geo. P. Boozer, J. B. Smith.
Township No. 7.?Press N. Boozer,
II. B. Tiindscy, R. S. Boazman.
Township No. 8.?W. Ililliard
Long. O. T. Blair. IT. 0. Long'.
Township No. 9, Town?IT. II.
Hawkins. A. M. Lester, W. T. Gibson.
Township No. 9, County?R. T. C.
Hunter, W. P. Pugh, J. \V. Ilartman.
Townshiop No. 10.?Jno. D. Shealy.
L. Q. Fellers, D. B. Cook.
Township No. 11.?Perry llalfaere,
.Inn. A. Graham, ( loo. B. A nil.
The above named Assessors are required
to meet at the County Auditon's
office on Saturday March 7th. at
1! o'clock a. m., for the purpose of
takinv (It" of ollice and atondin
r i-t wthrr br.sino-s necessary before
pa^sinu" ??n ilie assessments for 190S.
Tliis is a wry important meeting ;
uml every incumber is urged to be pres- j
W. W. Cromer,
Auditor Newberry County. j
is of payment,
to accumulate a fund
, on which interest isj
ons at maturity.
ng rent.. If you want
home take a Security
)ney for any purpose
t. It pays.
ksstant Secretary and
ner Boyce and Adams
! INVESTMENT CO.
that we have just
of every thing you
store and many
it a drug store. We
see the quality and
11 to your notice a
worth looking at:
ix etc, naton
ibric Finish I
)und or Tab ds
tore is small but we
I quality is the finest
is & Ruff
THE NEWBERRY S
Capital 550,000 - . No
Matter How Small,
The Newberry 8
vill n:vo, it careful nt*on
\pp!ies to the r.ion and th<
J AS. Mc!NT03H.
Dpiring T hese Cold Wir
Would be just the thing
living. Superb Trains, I
and Tickets which offer e\
sible for a pleasant and at
For full information or
your nearest Ticket Ageni
W. J. CRAIG,
Pass. Traf. Manager.
? ?nil - ii?a??a?m?
S, B. Jones, Proi
STAPLE & FANCY GROG
Confectioneries, Fruit, Cig
Dear Madam Housekeeper:
tention to our stock of F;
groceries and solicit at
your potronage during thi
We feel safe in saying
the most complete that is
that we can serve you in
We will ever keep in mi]
portant points: quality o
vice modorate prices.
I If you are not already ,
we would be pleased to ad
list of satisfied cUs tome
We wish 1908 to be our 1
you join us in making it
Yours for b
Ur? Matter How Large,
lion, fhis message
3 women alike,
J. E. NORWOOD,
iter Months A Trip
to make life worth
/ery advantage postractive
pamphlets call on
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
N, N. C.
ars and Tobaccos.
S. C.t Jan, 17, 108%
ish to call yoar atari
cy and Staple
least a portion of
that our stock is
offered here and
a satisfactory mannd
three very imf
goods prompt sera
customer of ours
d you to our long
banner year. Will
us i nes s,
ones ' Gr oeery.