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SINKS INTO HIS SEAT
BREAKS DOiN IN MIDST EULOGY
OF DOLLIVER AND CLAY.
Sad Thoughts of Departed 'Friends
Too Much for South Carolinian in
His Weakened Condition.
Washington, Feb. 18.-So affected
by his emotions and weakened by the
illness with which he was stricken
during the last session of congress as
to be unable to continue, Senator Till
man, of South Carolina, today sank
sobbing into his seat shortly after hav
ing begun a speech n eulogy of the
late Senators Alexander S. Clay, of
" Georgia, and Jonathan P. Dolliver, of
Iowa. Senator Bacon, of Georgia,
moved hastily over and took a seat
1by the South Carolinian. A few words
from Mr. Bacon in a measure restor
ed the control of his nerves to Mr.
Tillman and soon thereafter he feebly
left the chamber.
An Affecting Scene.
The scene was an effecting one, and
members on the floor and spectators
in the gallery were visibly moved. The
attempt to speak at length was the
first Mr. Tillman had made since his
return to his duties, and his friends
had feared it might prove too great
a. tax on his impaired strength.
Mr. Tillman's concluding words
Great and Good.
"Dolliver, as I recall him, was a
0 great man.. Great men are plentiful
in this country, but not as great as
Dolliver. Good men are plentiful in
this country, but not as good as Clay.
They both have left us and we know
not how soon our own time may come.
I feel that with especial force. Die
but-but I can not go on, Mr. Presi
dent. I have thoughts but the words
I will not come. So I will sit down."
GENERAL ASSEMBLY ADJORUNS.
President Announces Committee to
Investigate Winding-up Commis
sion of State Dispensary.
Just prior to adjournment the pres
Ident of the senate announced recess
appointments. The committee to mn
estigate the winding-up commnissionl
rof the State dispens5ary is composed
of $1. B. Carlisle, John H. Clifton and
- W. Sullivan.
Tecommittee to examine into ex
gens'es and appropriations for State
educational institutions, J. W. Mc
Committee to examine into books
"ind accounts of penal and charitable
institutions, G. .K. Laney.
Committee to investigate and check
up books of certain &cate ollicers, IL.
MComtte to investigate progress
of code c'ommission, Robert Lide.
At 3 a. in., on motion of Senator
&lontgomery of Marion the senate ad
journe d sine die.
The house adjourniea shortly after
As Gov. Blease has not yet signed
the 'act to investigate the dispensary
affairs, Speaker Smith has not ap
pointed the members of the comnmis
Ssion. He will make the announc3
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ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PER.
By virtue of the power to me given
in an order of the Probate Court for
Newbertry County, South Carolina, I
.will $11 to the highest 'bidders, for
cagh, at the late residence of N. P.
--~Abramns, deceased, on L. W. Floyd's
plantation in Newberry County, on
p Feb. 28, 1911, beginning at 11 o'clock
a. in., the personal property of the
said N. P. Abrams, deceased, consist
ing of one 'horse, two cows, three
buggies, harnes~s, hams, shoulders,
other meats, household and kitchen
furniture, etc., etc.
H. H. Abramns,
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
As executrix of the last will and
testament of Mrs. Nancy Caroline Har
ris, I will make final settlement of the
estate of the said Mrs. Nancy Caro
lino Harris in the probate court foI
- Newberry county on Wednesday
March 8, 1911, at 11 o'clock in the
fo'enoon, and immediately thereaften
apply for letters dismissory as said
executrix. All persons holding clajims
against said estate will present then
Sduly attested on or before that date.
Annie R. Harris,
Executrix of the last will and tes
tament of Nancy Caroline Harris.
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TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By Frank M. Schumpert, Probat'
WHEREAS, J. L. Grahamliath mad,
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