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F \0LOEE Lll., A UMBER ^ NEWBERRY, S. Cn FRIDAY, JANUARY 0, 1913. TWICE A VT3EK, $UI A YUAk
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' GOVtRfjdRSENDS EIGHT :
kJTTHE CHEROKEE GANG f
COMMUTED FROM PENITENTIARY ; ^
TO CHAIN GANG. i?
Action Taken Cpon Petition of Ofiti- 1
eials and Citizens of Cherokee
Special to The Herald ana News.
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coiumoia. .Jan. <>.?Lummuuiio men ; ,
sentences from imprisonment in the i
State penitentiary to imprisonment'
jpon the public works of Cherokee ^
county. Governor Blease transferred j
eight long-term prisoners, all ne- ,
groes, from the penitentiary to the i
Cherokee county chain gang, where :
They will be put to work building j ^
roads for Cherokee county.
Six of the negroes were serving life ,
sentences for murder. In transfer- I ^
ring them to the chain gang, Gover- ! "
nor Blease commuted the sentences i
of five of these to 20 years, each, and '
of the other one to 30 years. One of! ^
the prisoners was serving a 14 year ! ^
sentence for criminal assault upon
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a jlporrn p-irl 1 hp ?nvprnor in trans
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' r'erring him, cut down his sentence
to 10 years. This negro was convicted
in March, 1^09, and was sen
"tenced to be hanged, the sentence be- .
ing commuted by Former Governor j c
AnSel to 14 years' imprisonment. j ^
One of the negroes was serving a : ,
20 year sentence for manslaughter. ~
His time was cut down to 12 years on
the Cherokee gang.
. 'This action of the governor, upon
petition from the officials and citi- ,
zens of Cherokee county, will give .
that county, for the building of roads.!
five prisoners with 20 years sentences j
each, one prisoner vita a 30 years | ^
sentence, one with a 12 year sentence j ^
and one with a 10 year sentence. Of ; *
/\ t * W-? ^ f Vl At- V* O t " / . i n i
i'uuidc? tut* Liiiitr iuc? na^c &u | r
the penitentiary is to their credit up- j ^
on these sentences: but the con vicious
are comparatively recent, in all ; r
I the cases except one, in which case j1
* the negro, convicted in 1901. has only i
about seven and a :balf years of a 20 i .
year sentence. !
This is the first time prispners have j *
| been transferred from the* peniten- j ,
I tiary to a county ~hain gang by a|^
v commutation of sentence.
W In connection with his action. Gov- j
i ernor Blease gave out the following ^
statement to the press:
f "The following petition v.-as presented
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The undersigned, your petition- N
ers, respectfully show to your excellency
that the parties v whose names .
oereinbelow appear were convicted at ^
the times therein stated, of the of- j *
fenses therein mentioned and sen-1 ,
tenced by the judge whose name ap- j ^
l pears as such and the sentence of; ^
Kv the ocurt in each instance is shown, j *
or that is to say. ... j ^
f " 'Your petitioners would earnestly j ^
recommend that the sentences of the \ ^
' above named prisoners be commuted |
- f.iard labor unon the public works
of Cherokee, in order that said pris- j ,
oners can be sent back to the county j "
L and labor for its citizens, whose laws s
they have violated, and your petition- ;
Jm -ers will evr pray, etc.'
' This petition is signed by Senator
W. S. Hall; Representatives Daniel
j and Hardin: Magistrate Bridges; i
Sheriff Thomas: Probate Judge Kir-| a
by; County Auditor J. W. George; j c
County Supervisor E. F. Lipscomb; !
and by 233 of the other good citizens j
of the county of Cherokee.
<4Tt will tVinc cicsayy tViot t-'io nnr.
U "Hi UllllO ovvll 111(4.1 1/Vil
\:ose of this petition is not to parole
said prisoners, nor to pardon them, j
hut simply to transfer them from the |
I State penitentiary to the county chain ;
L gang of Cherokee county, in which !
county they wer? convicted, in order j
that the county may use them in j,
building up its roads. Firmly be- i j
lieving that all convicts should be J
employed to work the roads in the v
counties in which they are tried and , s
a/1 tVi a if irin hnc aro n ! _
die; nao ?->* am ^
ed. and the sentences of the above J v>
mentioned convicts liave been com- ;
muted, for the terms therein stated, j
Wp at hard labor, upon the public' works .(
of Cherokee county."'
B In addition to the petition present- i a
ed, the following affidavit was sub- j
mitted by Supervisor E. F. Lipscomb: : a
"South of South Carolina,
"County of Richland. \ Q(
"Personally appeared before me, ; ri
John K. Aull, notary public in and =:
for the county and State aforesaid, d:
v.. F. Lipscomb, who. after being duly
worn, deposes and says that he is
ounty supervisor of the county of
'herokee, in the State aforesaid; that
he said county now has and is main- j
ain-ng a county chain gang for t.!ie I
urpose of working the public roads J
f the said county; that the said chain j
;ang is properly equipped, with the j
iroper beds and bedding, coo): '.ten- j
ils. tents, etc., to give to said con- !
icts such comforts as are necessary i
or the protection 01 ineir neaiui auu ;
heir lives, and that die intends to '
:eep up said chain gang, and that it j
5 the intention of said county to con- ,
inue perpetually the handling of its
i\vn convicts in the manner and form
efore mentioned in this affidavit."
'ield Day and County Fair for Newberry
Arrangements are being made by
bounty Superintendent Geo. D. Brown
or a field dav and county fair to be
ield at Newberry college in the early j
pring. The programme will be of |
uch a nature that every school can
i- il-n : ho,
I 110 lOilOWlllg CUIIUIIIIACCO uci>\>
ieen appointed by executive commit-!
ee and each member is requested to
neet with tine County Teachers' as- j
ociation Saturday, January 10, 10:30
'clock in the high school building. I
Committee on. finance?County ioard
Committee on prizes?Miss Rosalyn
Jammer, Mrs. Weeks, Mrs. J. Y. Mcrall,
Miss Willie Mae Wise, Miss
Llmo Lupo, Miss Elberta Sease, John
3. Mayes, and W. H. Wallace.
Committee on judges?executive
Committee on music?Miss Bess
vibler. Miss Mabel Williamson, Mrs.
. >F. Browne, Miss Sara Rawl, Miss '
Scott, of Whitmire.
Committee on composition?Miss
Elizabeth Dominick, McFall Wise, 1
-Iiss Carrie Still, S. P. Koon.
Committee on penmanship?-Mrs. J.
Swygert, Miss Ollie Feagle, T. M.
Committee on drawing?Miss Mary ;
Gilbert, Miss Lizzie Xeel, Miss Ernes- ;
Committee on map drawing?Miss
^earl West, Miss Ola Brown, Miss
Committee on arithmetic?J. B.
i Xeall Hollo way, L. W. Bedenbaugh,
.iiss Annie Folk. J
Committee on reading?Miss Lenda
Velch, Mrs. J. E. Norwood, Miss Dolie
Buzhardt, Mrs. G. W. Connor, Miss
uOttie Halfacre. j
Committee on spelling?J. S.
Vheeler, Miss Ruby Holloway, Miss
w'oy Womble, Miss Kate Thompson.
Committee on declamation and rec-,
tation?G. H. Ballentine, Miss Arlie!
-Tf^Cain. AIi?r Elizabeth Hawkins.
Committee on fexhibits?Ernest Anlerson,
Frank Chapman, Miss Kathine
Chappell, Miss Mary E. Wall,
?iss Martha Creighton.
Committee on athletics?Chairman
,'oach Thomas, S. J. Wall, Clemson 1
Vrilson, J. B. Ballentine, Miss Eva
Saddv, Miss Bess Burton.
Committee on parade?J. M. Davis,
Gilbert Voi?t, Sam M. Duncan, E. H. j
Committee on dinner?Mrs. L. W.!
'loyd, Z. F. Wright, Geo. D. Brown,
Irs. Geo. Johnstone. Mrs. R. D.
bright, W. A. McSwain.
At the tea driers' institute, to be held
the high school building Saturday,
t 10 30 o'clock, the field day and j
ounty lair will be discussed. The
hairmen of the different committees
re urged to be present.
Miss Sadie Goggans,
Geo. D. Brown,
.lust So They're on the Way.
They were a simple-looking couple,;
ell past middle age, ana they naa ;
ust boarded a train at a little station
i Michigan. The good eld lady had
eposited her wraps in the seat and
'as looking out the window at tihe
leepy village, with its one wide
uiddy street. It was evident that she
as full of emotion.
"Are you sure we have everything,
ohn?" she asked, turning suddenly j
3 her husband.
"Yen." replied; "I guess we're
He sank intc the seat beside her
nd Ike train began to mo/e.
"John," the good old lady exclaimd,
"John, this train ain't goin' the
ight way. is it? I can't make it seem
s though we're :ncvin' in the right
"Don": worry." i\ pliei John sialic- .
NEWS OF POM A HI A.
Family Reunion?Entertainment by
School improvement Association?Personal
Special to The Herald and News.
Pomaria, Jan. 8.?The Aull family |
leunion was .leld at the home of Mr. j
A. L. Aull on Xew Year's day. This !
Aull family is steadily growing. There ,
was present at this reunion 30 child- ,
ron and grandchildren. Mr. Aull is !
fortunate in having among this mini- :
ber seven sturdy sons-in-law.
Miss Carrie McLlwain, of Xeesmith,
and Miss Kssie Black, of Prosperity, !
visited Miss Ethyl Seybt during the'
Mrs. .Jane Counts, of Pomaria No. 2,
spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs.
G. S. Swygert.
Miss Ruby Holloway, of Newberry, i
spent several days with Mr. W. W. j
Berley and family.
Mr. .J. K. Swygert and little daug'li- '
ter, Lucille, of Irmo, spent several
days with his father and mother, Capt. j
and Mrs. G. S. Swygert.
Mr. B. M. Chapman, ol' Washington, j
D. C., returned to his work January !
3, after spending a month very pleas- |
antly among friends and relatives. j
Mr. W. \\*. Berley was in Xewberry j
Dr. A. C. Spain, of Greenville, is in
town ana advertises all branches of j
dental work done at reasonable"!
Mr. Henry S. Chapman, of Pomaria j
Xo. 2, lost a fine mule Sunday night, j
Mrs. J. B. P. Scott spent a few days
with W. W. Berley and family.
Mr. J. W. Alewine has left Setzler
company and moved to his place recently
purchased. We miss Joe in
Pomaria, and will be glad to see him
m town often.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bedenbaugh, Mr.
B. H. Richardson, Miss Louise Counts,
Messrs. Talbert Werts and Walter
Richardson attended Rev. Sligh's silver
wedding anniversary in Columbia
on January 1.
Mr. and Mrs. .J. H. Werts, of Prosperity,
visited at the home of their
daughter, Mrs. J. B. Bedenbaugh, >
Wednesday and Thursday.
The following students uiave re- I
turned to their respective places of J
work: Messrs. Joel and George Ber|
ley and Chris Folk to Clemson, Miss
Ida Mae Setzler and Miss Kathleen
Hcntz to Mont Amoena, Misses Elizabeth
Hentz and Katie Wilson to Due
West, Miss Ida Young and Clarence
Epting to Newberry, Miss Gertrude
Young to Winthrop, Mr. R. H. Folk to
Medical* college, Baltimore; Mr. G.
BreaKer Setzler to University of Virginia,
Messrs. Charles and Arthur
Senn to Roanoke, Mr. John Senn to j
Mt. Airy seminary, f.nnaaeipnia.
Pomaria's school opened on January
5 with an increase in enrollment.
Mr. M. C. Rivers, of Columbia, visited
in Pomaria during the holidays.
Miss Susie Owens, of Ciinton, visited
Miss Gertrude Young a few days
Mr. Howe Ligon and wife visited;
his mother, Mrs. R. C. Lgon, during J
There will be a box party at Forks
scnool house on .Friday night, Jan- j
uary 15, beginning promptly at 7:30 j
o'clock. The public is cordially in- j
Prof. W. A. Reiser has returned to !
his duties, after a week's visit to his j
ho ne at Clyo, Ga.
Miss Renna Reeder, en route to J
Xew Hope school, Miss .Jessie Rutherford.
enroute to Central school, and
Misses Iva Eaddy and Bessie Huggins.
enroute to Zion school, were j
among those in town last week.
The "Deestrick Schule of 50 Years
Ago," given by the School Improve- j
ment association in the auditorium
of the new school building Friday
evening. December 26, was well
received by the large crowd present.
The Improvement association is 'to
be leartily commended for the work
it is doing. To it belongs the honor
for Pomaria's showing in the State's
contest for improvement during the
past year. The men are not to be overlooked,
for they voted yes to the
issue that made our handsome brick
The demand for a return date for J
1 L' ? ? i-wl- ..1 rt * ir* rrrATtri'nOr I
me uee.si tick outline is gi <_*r? u_ito
daily and there is a probability of another
big nigM soon.
ing out the window; "what difference
does ii make wihicli way we're -movin'
us long as we're movin.' "?Cheago '
NEWS OF PROSPERITY.
Prosperity Hiirli School to Serve Supper?Literary
Special to The Herald and News.
I O AT-.. Mmn
rrosperuv, .juii. o.?.luna
Xance is visiting in Spartanburg.
Miss Georgie Suber has returned to
Peak, after a visit to Mrs. Elvira
Dr. and Mrs. G. Y. Hunter spent
Tucsdav in Columbia.
Mr. R. L. Patterson, of Bradley,
was a business visitor here Tuesday.
Rev. I. S. Caldwell, of Charlotte,
X. ('., is here visiting his relatives.
Miss Annie Moseley has as her
guest Miss Alice Schumpert, of Vidalia,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Werts have been
visiting Mrs. J. B. Bedenbaugh in Pomaria.
Mrs. William .Johnson, of Newberry,
spent Monday with Mrs. .J. A. Simpson.
Col. E. H. Aull, of Newberry, was
the guest Sunday of Mr. .J. L. Wise.
Misses Lillie Mae and Ruby Russell
are visiting in Columbia.
Mrs. Bates and daughter, Mary, of
Nevada, have been visiting Mrs. U
Mr. P. I,_ Langfcrd has returned
from a visit to Columbia.
Mr. A. H. Kohn, of Columbia, was
a business visitor .here Tuesday.
Prof, and Mrs. G. T. Pugh and
children left Wednesday for Columbia
college, after a few days' stay to
Mr. R. T. Pugh.
Mr. A. S. Miller was a business visitor
in Columbia Wednesday.
The Literary Sorosis meets Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. L. A. Black.
On January 16 the Prosperity high
school will serve oysters, lunches,
"candy and peanuts at the school auditorium
for the benefit of the piano,
between the ,hours of 6 o'clock and 7
o'clock p. m. Everybody is cordially
MEET NEXT WEEK
Semi-annual Session Thursday Evening
Will He Social in
The State, 8th.
The Greatest Columbia Newberry
College club, organized last
June, will hold its semi-annual
meeting the night of Thursday,
January 1">, in the parlors of the Columbia
Y. M. C. A. This was decided
A 1 " A ? r* f h n
yesieraay ai a mueti 115 uciu m
office of C. L. Kibler, M. D., in the
Palmetto building. The club is composed
of former students of Newberry
college living in Columbia and suburbs
and there are at present enrolled
on the lists over 100 persons.
The members got together for the
first meeting in June and the project
of banding together Newberry college
men in Columbia received an en
thusiastic reception. A dinner was
held the night of July 1 in the
rathskeller of the Jefferson .'hotel.
The membership of the body has been
largely increased since the reception,
for the influx of Newberry people to
the capital city, remarked very much
in the summer, has continued daring
the fall and winter. The president
Ui LUC lutai uuu.i 10 unt,
McCullough, pastor of St. Paul's
Lutheran church, an energetic worker
for Xewberry college. The meeting
next Thursday night will be purely
social. A few informal talks will be
arranged for and light refreshments
will be served.
A Wise Diver.
A South Dakota congressman tells
a story of the old coaching Gays, wnen
a certain Pete McCoy, one of the most
skillful of the stage drivers, operated
a conveyance that made a circuit
of Deadwood, Carbonate, Spearfish
and Bear Glnch. Pete was
famous for his f:?st, furious, daring
One day, the story runs, Pete tore
int.'. Cardcndale on his usual dead
run. Tp to the "hotel" door clattered
the stage. There, suddenly, as
it stopped, one of the fore horses
"Kinder sudden, that, Pete," said a
"Xuthin' sudacn about it, said Pete.
"That hors died at the top of the hill
ten miles back, but I wasn't goin' to
!' ' him down until I got to the reg'lar
| MEMBEKS (JENEKAL ASSEMBLY, j
Complete List Members Legislature
bj Counties?Several ?*v Mem- j
hers in House,
! There have been several changes
in the personnel of the general as- j
j sembly since the last session, and the
following list of members, by counties
j taken from a daily newspaper, may
j be of value to the readers of The
' Herald and Xews at this time.
Roll of Senate.
i The following are the members of
I the senate of South Carolina and the
j counties they repersent:
Colleton?J. D. Ackerman.
| Calhoun?J. A. Banks.
j York?J. E. Beamguard.
Bamberg?J. B. Black.
Horry?H. L. Buck.
Spartanburg?H. B. Carlisle.
Sum-ter?J. H- Clifton.
Saluda?B. W. Crouch.
Berkeley?ti. j. uennis.
Greenville?Wilton H. Earle.
Williamsburg?>E. (\ Epps.
Hampton?E. R. Ginn.
' 9nreus?0. P. Goodwin.
Dorchester?H. H. Gross.
1 CWokpe?W. S. Hall.
j Chester ?P. L. Hardin,
i Kershaw?W. R. Hough,
i Greenwood?E>. B. .Johnson.
t Fairfield?'T. H. Ketchin.
Chesterfield?George K. Laney.
Darlington?L. M. Lawscn.
Pillon?.1. H. Manning.
Abbeville?J. Moore Mars.
I ^ickens?T. .1. Mauldin.
; Florence?.T. W. McCov/n.
Marlboro?John L. McLaurin.
Edgefield?B. E. Xicbclson.
Barnwell?A. B. Patterson."
Jasper?J. C. Richardson.
T exirgton?W. H. Sharpe.
0 arjestcn?I-Iuger Sinkler.
Lancaster-?T .1. Strait.
Leo?George ?.I. Stuckey.
Anderson?George W. Sullivan.
Oconee?K. E. Verner.
Richland?Francis H. Weston.
Aiken?.John F. Williams.
V n i o n ? Macbeth Yonugg.
The Lower House.
The names of the members of the
South Carolina (house of representa-1
tives with counties t'icy represent fol- j
! Abbeville?M. J. Ashley. J. H. |
Mcore. F. C. Robinson.
Aiken?J. C. Busbee, G. T. Holly,
j Hugh Long.
! Anderson?J. W. Ashley, 0. D.
| Gray, J. A. Hall, H. C. Summers, T.
F. Xelson, W. W. Scott. j
Bamberg?iJ. A. Hunter, B. W. j
Barnwell?IX. C. Creech, R. M. Mix- j
sen, 0. S. Warner.
! Beaufort?E. M. Frfipp, A. M. Hiott.
Berkeley?W. K. Cross, J. A. Harvey.
Calhoun?D. R. Sturkie.
.Charleston?X. D. Barnwell, L. F.,
Melfi, S. Rittenburg, H. G. Senseny, j
j Moultrie J. Clements, C. Thompson, i
' A. vander Horst, A. W. Tpdd.
Cherokee?G. B. Daniel, X. W. J
Chester?1R. 0. Atkinson, A. G. j
Chesterfield?W. P. Odom, W. iF.
Clarendon?E. M. Kennedy. R. I),
! Colleton?J. Ij. Robertson, H. K.
Darlington?\V. T. Harper, C. D.
Lee, .1. F. Pate.
i Dillon?P. L. Bethea. L. M. Rodgers.
, Dorchester?Joseph Murray.
Edgefield?.J. H. Courtney, J. P. i
j Fairfield?'S. Clowney, T. I,. .lohn!
j Florence?^R. K. Charles, C. .1.
! Gasque. W. H. Whitehead, .Jr. ;
Georgetown? 0. M. Mitchell. M. W.
Greenville?J. G. Greer, C. 0. Goodwin,
C. F. Haynesworth, R. A. Means,
W. M. Scott, H. B. Tindal.
j Greenwood?J. W. Bowers, W. T.
.lones, W. H. Xicholson.
Jasper?T,. A. Hutson.
Horry?E. J. Sherwood. M. M.
! Kershaw?X. Kelly, M. L. Smith.
! Lancaster?0 X.. Sapp, J. 0. Massey
La-nrens H. ?. Blackwell, G. A.'
MAGISTRATE HiX COWER.
Succeeds Magistrate .! F. Riser, In
>o. o Township, >VJio Resigned
Special to The Herald and News.
Columbia, Jan. 8.?Governor Blease
j has appointed Mr. Hix . Conner, of
near Jalapa, magistrate for _ No. 5
| township in Newberry county, in the
| place of Mr. J. Forrest Riser, who has
KEI) MEN ELECT OFFICERS.
| Great Council to be Invited to Hold
191") Meeting in Newberry?Pocahontas
Join in Invitation.
At the regular meeting of Bergell
! Tribe, No. 24,. Improved Order of Red
j Men, New Years night, the following
officers were duly elected and installI
Prophet?W. G. Peterson.
Sachem?Eugene S. Blease.
I Senior Sagamore?J. C. Sanford.
' Jurior Sagamore?C. Y. Layton.
Chief of Records?0. Klettner.
K"ppnpr f Wamnnm?P. F. Baxter.
1st Sannap?T. R. Campbell.
2n.d Sannap?H. H. Blease.
Guard of the Forest?James Caldwell.
Guard, of the Wigwam?Ira Taylor.
1st Warrior?T. E. Smith.
2nd Warrior?C. P. Wofford.
3rd Warrior?Will Alewine.
4th Warrior?W. B. Joihnson.
j 1st Brave?B. G. Grubb.
; 2nd Brave?;R. C. Williams.
; 3rd Brave?R. E. Johnson.
4th Brave?D. A. Rivers.
1st Scout?B. C. Cook.
2nd Scout?J. L. Eargle.
Jewels were presented to W. G. Peterson,
sachem and T. B. Kibler, district
deputy great Sachem, by Hon. E.
j S. Blease.
| J. 0. Havird and W. G. Peterson
! were elected as representatives to Che
great council of South Carolina to be
| held in April in Rock Hill and rei
quested to invite'the great council to
: hold their meeting in 1915 at Newber|
ry. S. C.
The following officers of Catechee
i Council, degree of Pocahontas, were
duly elected and installed:
! Pocahontas?Bennie Livingstone.
* ? U-.
Winonnan?i^iniore uai uj.
! Powhatan?.1. T. Ward.
Keeper of Record and W.?0. Klettner.
| 1st Scout?<Mrs. C. A. Bouknight.
2nd Scout?Mrs. Lou Thomas.
Guard of Wigwam?Rowland Wilj
j Guard of Forest?James Caldwell.
| 1st Runner?.lennie Ward.
| 2nd Runner?Annie Attaway.
j 1st Warrior?Miss Mattie Rhoden.
I 2nd Warrior?Mrs. Elberta Rikard.
3rd Warrior?Lola S;nith.
4th Warrior?Mattie Martin.
1st Councillor?Maggie Johnson.
2nd Councillor?Lula Smith.
Represntaives?Miss >Amelia Klettner.
Representatives were instructed to
-i r D/v
! invite the great council degree tn ru!
cahontas to hold the meeting of 1915*
[ at Xewberry.
I Browning, W. C. Irby, Jr.
Lexington?J. B. Addy, E. L. Ly-%
i brand, J. M. Malpass.
I ^ *
j Lee?-T. C. Baskin, W. A. James.
I Marion?O. H. McMillan, X. C. ^
j Marlboro?.J. J. Evans, D. Mcj
Queen. F. P. B. Pugues.
! Xewberry?'Arthur Kibler, George
j S. Mower. C. T. Wycilie.
Oconee? M. R. McDonald. F. H.
Orangeburg?T. \I. Dantzler, E. B.
Friday. J. T. I^iles. W. C. Martin, T.
Pickens?E. P. McCravey, >T. L.
Richland?A. M. Lumpkin, J. T.
Miller, R. H. Wuh, P. T. Youmans,
Saluda?E. L. Ready, J. C. Riley.
Spartanburr ? J. W. Boyc, C. D.
Fortner. H. F. Harrelson, J. B. Kirby,
M. A. Moseley. W. S. Rogers, Jr., C.
Sumter?R. B. Belser, George W.
Dick, R. D. Epps.
Union?J. iFrost Walker, .Jr., B. G.
Williamsburg? R. H. Kellehan. R.
J. Kirk. W. J. Smiley.
York? .1. R. Haile, A. E. Huchinj
sin. W. B. Riddle, 0. L. Sanders.