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A C. JON E8, Pub. and Proprietor. A Family Paper Devoted to Literature, Hiscellany, News, Agriculture, Marketsg 4e.
VOL. XXII. N%WEWBERRY, S. C., WED NESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1886.
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ANNUAL REgpORT
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OUnty TreSUre. 2
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THz FoLowme Is A STATEMENT
or THE OED=ARY CouNTY, FuND- 2
ED jxDEBTEDNEss AM) SCHOOL 2
CL.ADxs PA-W OUT BY M. H.
2
2
GARY, Ex-TEEAsUEE, FROM HIs2
LAsT REPORT TO THE THmRD DAY 2
OF FEEUARY, 1885, As SHOWN 2
2
By Hlm BooEs.
ORDINARY COUNTY FUN6, 1883-84.
2
501 G T Reid..........$ 12 70 2
458 J D Suber............ 4 10 2
466 J o navird ........... 4 00 2
504 Tr C Pool ............. 5 10 2
513 A J Kilgore.......... 36 50 2
522 E S Coppock.......... 173 35 2
524 Bowers & Co.......... 13 70 2
526 W G Peterson........ 25 00
527 X M Buford.......... 25 00 2
528 J L Epps ............. 25 00
529 Jacob Epting......... 4 75 24
530 P B Boland ........... 20 75 2'
581 E C Longshore ........ 43 50 24
&3 J W Davenport ........ 1 50 2
5 W A Law............ 87 50
536 R S Davidson......... 25 00
538 T B Leitzey.......... 26 21
543 J A Capman.......... 2 20 2(
544 C & G S Mower....... 96 30 2,
4 W E Pelham .......... 8 40 2
525 Jas K P Goggans. 25 00 &
539 A H Wheeler.......... 100 00 84
540 D M Griffan........... 2653
541 BB Hair............. 25 20|&
549 S P Boozer........... 21 85 3
560 Allen Thacker........ 3 00 3
1C & G S Mower, as- 5
signee............ 75 00 5
654 D Smith, assignee. 1 00 5'
555 D O Herbert, assignee 2 90 5'
560 Brown & Moseley.... . 2 90 5
561 Jas K P Goggans ...... 5 40 5,
453 E S Keitt............ 8 80 5
498 Geo C Glasgow........ 2 15 5
502 S F-Fant............. 2 00 51
509 Walker, Evans & Cogs-5
*well.... .... .... ... 12 00 5:
5i1 M A Carlisle. .... ... . .25 00|5:
533 Godfrey Harmon.......5 70 5
534 C JFloyd............ 455 5
637 Dominick, McNary & 5:
Hendrix............ 5 10 5:
546 J D Hutchison. .. . ... ..1 40 5:
547 Joseph F Burton .. .. . .9750 5:
548 D BWheeler........ .388 40 5:
552 J S Spearman.... .. .. .37 50 s5
553 Peoples & Johnson... 1 00 5
556 & S Mower.......... .20 00 6
557 J CBoyd....... ......7 00 3
558 R U Chapman......... 15 00 3.
559 L M Speers........... 5 00|5:
565 E P Chalmers........455 00|5~
*567 T B Leitzey..... ....118 20|D
568 Aull Brothers..........5 59
569 Wallace, Houseal and
Kinard.... ......... 4 00
571 John B Kilgore........ 13 50 6:
579 H BHendrix...........1 80
581lD NSenn............ 100 3
583 MH Gary............ 17 00 3
515 B R Mangum..........1 654
642 F H Dominick........ 16 50 4
566 J B Heller.... ........ 26 004
585 C & G S Mower...... 150 00 g
586 Brown & Wilson.. .. . .133 954
- 587 J PBlair. ... .... . ... .4 004
600OA JGibson........... 3904
601 Goggans & Herbert, At-.
torneys.... .... .....5 004
582 J W Stockman.........1 605
1616 D 0 Herbert, Assignee. 1 35
622 Jas W Sanders.. .... .. 2 80
626 J SHair............ ..42 00
627 D B Wheeler. ........136 35 "5
640 L P WRiser.......... 12 005
OBDINARY COUNTY FUNDs, 1884-85- 5
562 Jas P Blair.........$ 11 40 5
563 J B Fellers. .......... 11 00 5
564 F Werber, Jr. .... ..... 50 00 6
570 D OlHerbert.......... 76 15 6
572 R TCaldwell.......... 79 50 6
573 D BWheeler.........135 05 o
574 Wmn Zobel...........1650 6
575 E AScott............ 12 50 !6
576 Peoples & Johnson . 5 70 |6
577 G HFranklin ..........1 10 6
578 W GPeterson.........2 00 6
580 E CLongshore.. .. .. . .14 10 6
584 WA Law..... ....... 8750 7
589 Jas FGlenn....... ...20 00|7
590 S PBoozer...........22 00 7
591lTJ McCrary. ... .... .20 00|7
593 F Werber, Jr.. . ..... . .55 50 17
594 D OHerbert.. .. . ..... 48 55 17
595 Harry HBlesse. .. .. . . .1050 7
596 M JLongshore.. .. . ....340 8
598 J NBass............. 10 35
602 A JTeague........... 16 80
603 ABPDavis............ 1265
604 J B Heller.... ........13 70
605 A JGibson............7 80
600 Capt Thos Conner. .... 156
607 Jas R Davidson. .. .. .102
608 RT CHunter........16
609 HA Langfordi.........30
S610 H RFolk........ ....60
611lE SKeitt....... ......88
S 6t2J KP Gogans..... .. 33
~1t, Scott...........01
591 y7esles& JohnsOn..1
-~$3 E Smith............37
~~11 HGay........16
* ~ 10 20
18 W D Cromer.......... I
19 D Werts.... ....... 1C
;20 R T Caldwell.........
21 Wallace, Houseal &
Kinard.............
23 L M .Speers..........
24 Thos B Leitzey........ 60
88 Thos B Leitzey........ 1
28 Geo Spearman........ 6
29 S P Boozer............ 13
30 Geo McWhirter ...... 5
31 J T Smith, Sr......... 50
32 M J Longshore ... .... 5
3 W W Houseal........ 15
34 W W Riser........... 2C
35 D S Satterwhite........ 2
37 J A Chapman......... I
39 E'A Scott............
FUNDED COUNTY INDEBTEDNES
1883-84.
84 D 0 Herbert..........$ 8
97 J N Martin & Co...... 233
55 David Rickard........ 2
86 T S Moorm.n. ........ .123
57 0 B Mayer, Jr........ 41
58 J W Gary............ 6
59 Dr J W Folk.......... 3
60 D W T Kibler........ 2
61 Jas Y Culbreath ....... 440
62 C H Suber............ 17
64 Thos F Greneker ...... 61
65 National Bank of New
berry.............. 61
66 M Foot.............. 124
67 Joseph Caldwell....... 34
68 A M Bowers.......... 9
71 J D S Livingston....... 4
76 Wallace A Cline ...... 70
78 Mrs C Mower......... 894
79 R L McCaughrin...... 651
80 D H Wheeler......... 901
31 National Bank of New
' berry.............. 28
32 M A Carlisle.......... 13
33 D B Wheeler.......... 425
35 Joseph Brown. ......... 54
36 G S Mower........... 58
37 F Werber, Jr......... 1
38 F H Dominick........ 2
39 R L McCaughrin...... 10
)0 E P Chalmers, adminis
trator.............. 33
)1 Estate of Daniel Gog
gans............... 1
)2 W H Hunt............ 2
r7 G B Cromer, attorney.. 3
)3 John C Banks......... 2
)5 A B Mills............ 8
FUNDED SCHOOT INDEBTEDNES;
1883-84.
;3 L M Speers...........$ 13
'O Thos Gallman........ 13
4 J N Martin & Co...... 44
13 Jones & Jones........ 10
14 H H Folk............ 19
15 G S Mower........... 17
16 A P Pifer............ 27
17 Joseph Brown......... 4
18 D B Wheeler.......... 20
'4 A J Kilgore.......... 8
'5 T S Moormai......... 20
'6 J R Leavell........... 54
7 J W Gary............ 66
r8 W W louseal......... 6
'9 D W T Kibler....... 2&
10 C I1 Suber............ 41
1 Johnstone & Cromer.. 1
2 M Foot.............. 10
~3 R T C Hunter........ 11
5 G WV L Spearman.....34
6 J 0 Turnipseed....... 17
8 Wallace A Cline...... 109
10 G F Long...........3
)1 Mrs C Mower........297
12 R L McCaugbrin...... 509
13 D H Wheeler........418
)5 M A Carlisle.......... 64
)6 D B Wheeler.........189
)8 WV E Welch........... 19
)9 Leonora R Cofid ..... 7
)0 E CGaiilard...........6
U1 Jas S Dominick.. . ... ..4
I02 0 L Schumpert. ... .... 7
19 Geo B Cromer, attorney 54
14 Jno B Carwile. . .......3
E.FICIE'NCIEs OF ALL FISCAL YE.
PRIOR TO FISCAL YEAR, COMME
ING NOVEMBIER 1sT, 1882.
L4 Jas FTodd.........$ 6
iCHOOL CLADIS-TOWNsHIP NO.
1 Ella Motte.........$ 20
L R Coield............ 20
) C WV Whitmire......... 25
L. Louisa V Williams.. .. . .20
2 Ann R Dawkins........ 15
L L R Cofield............ 20
5 Carrie E Aul1.......... 15
3 Thompson Mitchell.....25
7 Julia M Eagles. ... .... .20
3 Amanda E Nance. .... .15
) L Amanda Neil........ 15
3 Beulah E Greneker.. .2o
1 Thompson Mitchell.....25
3 L Amanda Neil........ 15
I Amanda E Nance. .. ...15
5 A PPifer........... 30
6 Ella Motte...........25
7..".."............. 25
8 APPifer............. 3
9 M Beta Leaveil........ 20
u Carrie E Aull.......... 15
1 L R Cofield..........2
2 E Lilla Kibler..........I10
3 L V Williams.......... 20
4 C W Whitmire..:. 25
5 A R Dawkins. ......... 15
6 Thompson Mitchell..1
7 Julia M1 Eagles. ..... ... 2c
8 Amanda E Nance. .... .15
9 L Amanda Neil........ 15
1 C W Whitmire......... 25
2 Louisa V Williams..2c
S Carrie E Aall........' 15
6 L R Cone1d.. .......... 2c
7 M Beta Leavell.... ..... 2c
8 A P Pifer.............3c
9 Ella Matte.......... 25
o T L Paysinger. .. 35
2 Octavia Garlington.....25
1 A PPifer........ .....30
3 T R Holmes..........3
4 L Amanda Ne-l........ 15
5 COW Whiumre.... 25
6 Louisa V Williams.. .. . . 2
7. Z W McMorris......... 22
9 Beulah EGreneker..2c
o 11 Beta Leavell.......2
8 L R Cofieki........... 2
2 T RHolmes..........1
3 Z W McMorris........1
4 L Awvanda Neil......
5 RBEWlliamns. ....1
6 Beul'ah E Greneker... 2c
10 17 M Beta Leavell........ 2o oo
00 18 Louisa V Williams...... 2o oo
40 19 C W Whitmire......... 25 oo
2o A P Pifer............. 3o oo
00 21 Octavia Garlington..... 25 oo
00 11 Nellie Chapman........ 27 oo
40 22 Carrie E Aull.......... 15 oo
00 23 " " " . ........ 15 oo
00 TOWNsHIP NO. 2.
011 W C Brown............$ 25 oo
12 Milton G Sims......... lo oo
00 13 " .....2oo
14 Maggie E Snowden..... 15 oo
15 " -' " ..... 15 oo
41 17 M G Sims............. 2o oo
t) 18 W C Brown............ 25 oo
" 19 Maggie E Snowden..... 15 oo
0 2o Cyrilla Rutherford...... 25 oo
21 " " ...... 25 oo
22 Cora L Cannon........ 12 5o
40 23 Alice J Whitmire.... ...15 oo
57 24 Maggie E Snowden..... 15 oo
32 25 Georgia Turnipseed.... 25 oo
50 26 M G Sims............. 2o oo
95 27 W C Brown............ 25 oo
00 29 Alice J Whitmire....... 15 oo
84 3o Cyrilla Rutherford ...... 25 oo
03 32 Maggie E Snowden..... 15 oo
30 33 Cora L Cannon........ 12 5o
92 34 Maggie E Snowden..... 15 oo
45 35 Alice J Whitmire....... 15 oo
36 " " " ....... 15 00
60 37 Cora L Cannon........ 12 5o
23 38 M G Sims............. 2o oo
95 39 Cora L Cannon........ . 12 5o
21 4o Georgia Turnipseed.... 25
78 41 " " --.- 17
84 42 M G Sims............. 1o oo
98 43 Cora L Cannon........ 12 5o
90 1 Lizzie W Chapman..... 25 oo
30 2 J E Caldwell........... 22 5o
3 " " .......... 17 5o
19 5 Cora L Cannon......... 12 5o
73 TOWNSHIP NO. &.
65 2 E J Dargan............$ 25 oo
13 3 R A Johnson.......... 15 oo
34 5 F W. Higgins.......... 25 oo
29 6 " " .......... 25 oo
52 7 E Richards............ 25 oo
00 8 W F Higgins.......... 25 oo
9 E Richards............ 25 co
64,10 " ". ......25oo
............ 25 oo
69 12 W W Lazenberry...... 15 oo
03 18 "1" ...... 15 oo
60 19 "" ...... 15 00
26 25 " " ...... 15 oo
34 26 " " ...... 7 5o
13 E Richards............ 25 oo
14 Howard Gaffney........ 15 oo
15 " ........225
6016 ........ 15 00
9117 ....... 22 5o
70 2o G A Douglas.......... 25 oo
37 21 " '" .......... 25 oo
55 22 " 4 .......... 25 oo
85 23 " " ......... 25 oo
71 24 " 4 .......... 25 oo
25 2 F W Higgins .......... 3o oo
92 TOWNSBIP NO. 4.
39 14 Charles Tidmarsh.... $25 oo
74 27 " " .... 25 oo
91 28 "" ..., 25 oo
72 16 Geo. A. Arthur ........ 18 oo
35 21 " " s ........ 18 00
89 29 " " " ........ 18 oo
91 30 " " " ...... 18 oo
88 31 " " " ........ 18 00
01 36 " " "......l18o0
43 17 J Pinckney Hipp... . . . 300o
00 18 Cornelia Sims. .. .. .. . .18 o00
90 24 " " ......18 oo
28 19 Cora LCannon........ 12 5o
84 26 " ". ....... 12 5
09 32 " ". ....... 12 5
82 2o Ella Fowler........... 25 00
03 26 JC Brooks...........18 00
49 34" ".........l18oo
83 35 " ".........18o00
83 33 Cora L Cannon. ..... .. 12 5o
37 37 M Ella Sligh.......... 25 00
48 38 " " "....... 25 00
15 15 P G Hammneth........ 25 00
27 22 " "...... 250o
40 23 " "......2500o
STOWSHIIP NO. 5.
NC- 27 J C Brooks...........$2o00o
1 "~ ".........14 oo
1 GeoA Arthur......... 15 00
00 4 RA Bragg...........22 So
1. 5 Jane Chalmers...... .. 25 00
00 6 Arthur Kibler.........o 600o
00 7 Annie Greneker. .. .. . .29 7o
00 8J0C Brooks.............150oo
00 9 G A Arthur........... 15 00
00 TOWNSHIP NO. 6.
0012 Alice J Skillman.. .. . .$10 00
00 24 " "' .. 17 85
00 3 " . . 10
00 36 " " . l ... 5oo
00 14 R A Johnston (Furniture) 40 oo
005 John T1 McKittrick . .. .. 4o00o
oo '3 "- " ....37 5o
00 49 " " ... 32 5o
00 5o " " " ....200oo
00 55 " ... 25 00
00 16 P B Singleton.. ... .. 37
oo 29 " ".2...... 25oo
17 A J DeWalt ..........25 oo
23 " " .....25oo
00 39 " .....25 oo
oo 185 S Long............ 2500o
* 25 " " .... ... ... 25 oo
00 38 " " ...... 62
00 42 " '"........2625o
o 4 ": :........ 21oo
oo 51 " ......25 oo
00 53 " ................25 oo
00 19JB Rhoden........... 25 oo
00 26 " " ........25 oo
00 " " ..... 25 oo
00 " " ..... 30oo
00 52 " "........253o0
00 54 " ..... 25 oo
00 2o Hennie L Boozer.... . .37 So
00 33 " *.. 34 75
4o " " ......34 25
00 21 Mar B Brown.. . .... .250oo
34 " 23 75
0 41 " ". .... .. 46o5
27 A E Hampton. . ... ... .35 oo
0o 48 JB Rhoden. ..... .. ... 1625
oo 22 Bessie T McLaughlin.. 12 50
0 23 " " " . .. .18 75
45 " " " ..17 50
46 " " " ..15 oo
'0 56 KD Senn............ 1600o
5 7 L Emma Neil......... 20 00
'058 " " " ...... 2900o
590 " " ...... 20 00
060oWD Senn...........25 oo
00 6Panl JMoore............3 40
00 TOWNsHI NO.7.
00 3 Julia Dean................So oo
11 c " .............. 0ooo
25 " " .......... 30 oo
6 ME Williams ......... 17 5o
7 " " ........ 25 oo
21 " .......... 25 oo
22 " " .......... 31 25
8 A G Pressley........... 6 7o
9 " " ......... 2o oo
12 .... . . .0oo
13 Sallie H Teague......... to 00
14 ".......... 30 0
15 " " .......... 30 oo
4 " " . ..... 22 5o
5 ".......... 22 5o
17 A G Pressley.......... o 00
18 A E Hampton.......... 30 oo
19 " .......... 30 oo
24 " I .......... 7 50
1B F Means............. 7 o
2 Ella B Wallace.......... fo oo
3 " " .......... 15 oo
TOWNSI1P No. 8.
22 N F Butler ............ 14 oo
27 " " .......... 24 oo
35 " " ...... 22 oo
23 G W Guignard ......... So oo
26 " " ........ 28 5o
24 Asenath Moon.......... 27 oo
29 " " ........ 28 5o
34 " ". .......... So oo
25 E Lilla Kibler.......... 15 oo
31 " " ..... 5 25
3 A agustus Dawkins...... 2 oo
3' 1 L Hicks.............. 11 25
3. "s .............. 30 00
21 i sie D Cannon........ 3o oo
3 - ........ 28 5o
" ........ 24 oo
i I\cIly Chapman.......... 23 75
2 M E Hall............ 46 5
TOWNSHI' NO. 9.
15 Jane A Long............ 35 oo
27 " " .......... 35 oo
28 " " ............ 35 oo
6 " " .......... 35 oo
16 L L Dominick.......... 35 oo
2o " .......... 5 oo
8" ,' ........ 25 oo
18 J S Steward............ 35 oo
19 " " ............ 35 00
4............ VO oo
23 JCCork................ U5 00
45- " " .............. So oo
24 E 0 Counts............ 15 oo
46 " " ............ 35 oo
25 Nancy Green............ 2o oo
26 " " .......... 2o oo
29 John M Sease.......... 35 oo
.o " " ......... oo
48 " " .......... 35 oo
31 L E McFall............ 35 oo
32 " " ............ 3
44 " " ........ .. 35 oo
37 Alice J Long ............ 17 95
39 " " " ..... 16 10
2 " " " .......... 13 65
42 T J Clayton............ 35 oo
43 "9 " ............ 3Z oo
47 "s " . ............ 35 oo
5o R T C Hunter (stove)... 3 oo
49 Belle Smith............. 25 oo
35 " " ........... 25 oo
36 " " ........... 25 oo
7 " " ............. 25 oo
42 Ellen P Beacham........ 8 95
38 " " " ...... 10 75
40 " " " ....... 9 7o
33 J KEird............. 990
34 " ".......... 915
54 " ".......... 9 0
51 J F Banks. ............035 00
5~2 " ".......... 35 00
53 " " . . . . . . . 5 o
1 H H Mobley...........18 o5
3 A E Chles...........15 00
5 Z WV McMorris.......... 4 6o
TOWNsrIP NO. 10.
13 Alice J Long........$ 15 oo
14 "' " " ....... 15 0o
15 " " " .......l15oo
31 " " " .......15 oo
32 " " " ....... 15 00
3 " " "........l11oo
19 E B Anderson.......... So 00
37 " "........ 16 50
38 " "........ 27 00
1 " ".......... 000o
2o W B Eoinest............15 00
43 " " ....... 20oo
44 " " .....20oo
45 " " .....20oo
2 H H Mobley...........:35 00
21 J B Boinest........... 3o00o
22 " "......... 30oo
4o " " ........So oo
41 " "......... 30oo
42 " ".........3So 00
24 Carrie V Sease........ 3o00o
25 " " "...... So 00
39 " "' "...... 3o00o
27 G A Mills............ 15 o0
33 " " ........15 oo
28 T J Clay'ton........... 22 00
4 " . ... . 0 0
36 Jacob L Bowers..........3o00o
5 " " "....... 27 00
6 " " " .......22 5
23 E K Efird............ 15 oo
34 " .........I15ool
35 " " ........15 00o
16 Ellen P Beachanm........5 oo
U "' " " ... 5o
18 "~ " " .... 5oo
TOWNSHIP NO. 11.
S Callie RCannon. .. .. .. .$ 25 oo
13 " " ........ 25 oo
24 "' " " .... .. - 5o
35 " "t " ........ 25 00
26 MamieE &rooks..........25 00
27 " " "'..... 25 ool
28 " " "...... 25 oo~
29 " '" ". .....2 oo
3o " "......... 25 oo
14 Fannie C Setzler...... 25 00
18 " " " ....25 oo
19 " " " ....25ool
31 " " " ....25oo1
34 " " " ....25oo'
3.5 " "- " ....25oo
15 W WV Lazenberry ......25 00
21 '' " ....25 o
17 "' " ....25ooI
2 " ." ....25o00
2 W BWest ...........2
So 4 "......... 25oo
.4 Fannie C Setzler....... 25 on
24 Mattie CSteek. ... ..... 25 00
25. " " ....... 25 0
3 Ellen E PSuber..... .. 25 0o0
S Louisa-McKay. .... ... 25 ool
The following is a statementof the or- 7
dinary County, funded indebtedness and 7
School claims paid out by A. H. Wheeler, 7
Treasurer, from February 4th, 1885, to 7
the first of November, 1885. 7:
ORDINARY COUNTY FUNDS 1882-1883. 7
655 D H Wheeler -3 37 7
36 R J Stoudemeler 50 7
709Seth Williams 90 7
727 L W Floyd 6 30 7
776 Martin Chapin 8 45 7
ORDINARY COUNTY FUNDS 1883-1884. 7
426 Wheeler & Moseley $2 65 7
505 J W Tribble 5 00 7
641 J B Campbell 25 00 7
615 B B Hair 3 00 7
650 D W,Stewart 1 30 7
688 S E Kitard 3 00 S
692 T C McDonnell 15 00 8
0!)3 J A Chapman 31 50 S
720 Martin & Co 1 00 8
731 J C Abrams 3 30 7
733 G F Abrams 3 30 7
773 John W Chapman 8 80 8
775 Jas W Herbert 3400 7
ORDINARY COUNTY FUNDS 1884-1885. 8
G15 J L Hughey $3 60 8
638 Wessinger & Derrick 7 48 8
644 A J Kilgore 1 50 8
4 R C Chapman 5 00
647 R YLeavell 31 25 8
643 Newberry Observer 79 50 8
649 Dr J A Cofield 10 00 8
G52 Jordan Green 4 10 8
653 J N Ba.s 1040 8
654 Peoples & Johnson 21 60 8
659 Dr. J K Gilder 15 00 8
660 J B Taylor 16 50 8
661 S F Fant 1 60 8
63 Geo D Lathrop 16 50 S
67 D S Satterwhite 36 75 8
68 J Y McFall 54 60 8
B69 J N Bass 75 00 8
i-.0 E C LoogShore 4 05 8
;77 W W Riser 235 62 8
357 A H Wheeler 502 40 8
358 W. T. Tarrant 3 75 8
3G2 S P Boozer 10 40 S
36I John Shepp.-rd 7 50 8
30'G N B Davenport 2 50 8
;72 J P Green 3 S5 8
373 M A Carlisle 4 50 8
';74 W W Houreal 4 50 8
156 T B Leitzey 38 79 8
35 H C Ridlehuber 3 so 8
37S S P Boozer 16 o 8
379 T F Greneker 93 65 8
'80 Hendrix, McNary & Co 65 20 8
'83 J H Wicker ( 15 8
186 C D East 60 00 S
389 Peoples & Johnson 16 00 8
390 Brown & Wilson 45 30 S
)91 W W Riser 74 70 8
'97 J J Crooks 1 50 8
398 L F Longshore 5 00 S
399 W A 7ill 1 15 8
r01 SCott & Bro ' 305 50 8
r03 E S Coppock 20 85 8
r04 C L Blease 34 SO 8
r07 J W Gary 1 50 8
r1l C & G S Mower 30 908
13 M IT Gary 24 95 8
375 D O Herbert 1 50 8
37') J Taylor 1 00
'00 J BRiser 20 00 S
10-2 J Taylor 3 00 S
105 R G Wallace 3 00 8
114 W H1 Blease 2 00 8
715 JY McFall 30 15S
11lG J W Chapman 2 25 S
117 1D O 11rh'err 10 35S8
r19 J R Davidson 12 00 S
310 J SJ Suber 6 40 8
342 D S Golding 3 85 8
i31 W FBrown 3 S
381 J R1 Leavell 39 00 ~
384 A M1 Bowers 5 50 S
385 W A Law 87 5r0 S
387 P B Workman 3 05 8
39(3 W C Sligh 26
T00 T B Leitzey 34 70 ~
112 A H Wheeler 23 40 S
120 0 S Wells 50 00 8
382 Cofield, Petty & Co 9 258
394 R L Bryan 6 50
395 John Clark 1 4;5
708 L G Betts 7 65
710 DB Wheeler 6 25
718 E AScott 3 00.
721 J BKempson 4 45 ~
722 L H Green 4 50
723 W WRiser 123 81
724 D S Satterwhite 23 75 ~
725 M J Longebore 11 S0 8
728 Peoples & Johnson 15 00 8
729 R W Boone 18 90 8
735 G H Norman 1 55
738 D W T Kibler 25 00 8
741 C & G S Mower 3(3 70 8
7.1 A H Wheeler 11 20 8
7-1 J W Chapman 18 10
745 Osborne Wells 14(3 00
in~ .as K P GgganIs 52 50OV
747 J L Anll 124 00
73i H HI Blease 14 (00 0
722 J1 A Crotwell 93:35
7:;9 J1 H Dennis 1
7O0J MWicker 3(GOh
7.: Thos W Hutchison 90 00
Tho Boland & Bro 31 5(3
727 J Taylor 1 50 1
743 D B Wheeler 15 00
749 W WRiser 117 202
750 D S Satterwhite 18 95 2
751 C LBlease 10 30 .
752 Henry H Blease 50 00 2
754I M A Carlisle 21 00 :
758 W E Pelham i(30 2
750 Martin &Co 4 50!
760 D OfHerbert 22 20 |2
7(31 T B Leitzey 11 25 2
7G2 CA Calvo 92250 5
7(35 Boland BroC 5 95
7663 A J McCaughrin 63 S0O
7637 Walker. Evans & Cogswell 58 13
708 A J KilJore 31 72
770 S PBoozar 6 00
7-1 Newberry Observer 11 75
772 C &C S Mwer 3465
77! J DE Irgle 1 20
734 C D Spea cman 8 21
753 A H Ha'kins 22 47
'v. 1 ah Wicker 5 90
75G3 R P Wedeman . 3 70
757 Wheeler & Mosely 17 15
709 E C Longshore 1 35
'u7 Cofield, Petty &Co 1 00j
778 D S Satterwhite 12 80
763 W T Abrams 2 50'
34 W W Abrams 2 50
79 W V Riser 122 10
30 C & G S Mower 43 85
32 A H Wheeler 45 50
33 W C Sligh 640
34 W E Pelham 50 00
38 W W Riser 2 00
39 J M Maffett 3 00
30 P A Clark 5 15
31 G H Franklin 34 3
)2 G G Sale 3 25
33 Geo Leonhirth 6 00
)4 D S Satterwhite 4 50
36 Peoples & Johnson 12 35
7 W H Harris 28 00
)8 R W Davis 3 00
59 W W Houseal 183 33
1 Jas K P Goggans 33 32
32 D B Wheeler @ 6 25
33 D N & S N Henderson 42 50
31 W B Chalmers 2 25
36 J S Spearman 6 00
35 D 0 Herbert 1 30
30 Caston & Hunt 49 15
31 J H Wallace 1 15
36 W W Riser 168 70
37 Drs Cofield & Mayer 10 00
)8 D S Satterwhite 33 10
>9 G P Griffin 9 00
10 J W Sanders 6 70
11 P F Baxter 48 00
12 Scott & Bro 1 80
13 Peoples & Johnson 89 60
14 A H Wheeler 14 79
15 J B Fellers 15 50
16 J A Crotwell - 65 00
17 Wheeler & Mosely 2 30
21 G H Franklin 17 80
22 C L Blease 29 85
3 Geo H Franklin 6 75
24 W H Blease 4 65
35 R G Williams 2 50
20 Drs S Pope & J McIntosh 10 00
25 W W Riser 17 10
!6 A L Knighton 6 00
!7 A H Wheeler 281 85
!8 Wm Kibler 6 00
9 C & 3, Mower -GO 25
0 U B Whites 6 00
1 R C Chapman 8 00
2 W A Law 87 50
m Jas K Gilder 50 00
15 J M Hendeison 75 00
6 John Sheppard 6 00
8 S N Henderson 2 50
9 C & G S Mower 31 25
10 Riley McKissick 12 50
11 A H Wheeler 5 20
2 W H Lathrop 6 00
3 L R MeFall 6 00
14 D W T Kibler 6 0
16 Geo D Lathrop 6 00
17 W T Tarrant 7 00
s Dr W T McFall 5 00
[9 Wallace & Kinard 5 75
iO W W Riser 198 36
il J Y McFall I8 10
5 J H Dennis -7 16
19 Sumter Coleman- 1 00
2 J L Henderson 15 00
i3 C & G S Mower 92 00
4 E H Longshore 6 00
55 W W Riser 130 33
6 D S Satterwhite 40 20
57 Wm Zobel 19 95
iS G F Schumnpert 4 30
59 L M Speers 8 00
;r Shockley &Bro S 11
31 A C Thiomas & Co 20 40
12 F H Dominick 22 60
13 W C Goggans 1 50
14 R Y Leavell 18 00
,5 S P Boozer 11 22
46 Ja- Ii Irby - 12 50
18 S T Newman 14 45
95 T M Heutz 1 20
3S T B Leitzey 36 13
30 W E Pelhamn 25 00
70 W W Riser 175 54
71 Peoples & Johnson . 34 50
72 John S Fair 100 00
O. J R1 Green 1 70
SS Jas K P Goggans 66 65
77 Wm Lan~gford 112 08
S4 A M Bowers 2 20
7 T CPool 8 50
67 L Henderson 15 00
73 H H Franklin 3 00
76 Jacob L Aull 165 00
70 A CThomas &Co 1 00
7 TC Pool 4 15
75 J HWerts 1 60
S2 Sam Werts 2 10
S3 D 0 Herbert 1 90
90 Newberry Observer 10 00
02 W W Houseal 239 33
93 A H Wheeler 39 50
96 C L Blease 5G 9~>
')7 Mrs C Mower 39 30
909 fallet & Co 19 80
04 J H Chappell 10 00
09 Dr OlBMayer Jr 30 00
10 Henry H Blease .2 00
1 " " " 58S81
12 Jas L Blease 8 20
21 W G Peterson 25 00
22 Riley McKissiek 18 75
25 J B O'N Holloway 393 50
26 Dr J K Chapman 5 (0
27AL Aull 34 40
'UN 9ED COUNTY INDEBTEDNESS 1883
1884.
2G Jno TlPeteison S1 26
53 Brown & Moseley 5 u3
60 W D Reagan 1 39)
73 Brown & Moseley 5 20
74 J T Peterson 76
75 David Werts' 5 69
9 GW Senn 1 45
97 B L Dominick 1 04
06 Wheeler & Moseley 12 46
72 Robcrt Williams 15 60
00 JasIL Blease 3 30
01 HHIBlease 5 70
99 R H Wright 26 60
02 Hillary Glasgow 8 40
'03 Joicey J Jones 15 77
04 James L Blease 7 3-2
~UDED SCHOOL INDEBTEDNES 1883
1884.
8 Thos BChalmers *30 60
37 R H1 Wrighit 10 66
138 J3J Paysinger 9 10
139 Jghn F Banks 18 87
140 Mrs R L Paysinger 19 55
87 H S Boozer .3 69
Deficieneles of all fiscal years prior to
sal year commencing November 1st,
625 E P Chalmers $1 00
scHOOL cLAIXs-TownsEIP 1o.1.
24 T R Holmes $4200
25 Z McMorris 4200
26 Amanda L Neil 2100
27 Beulah EGreneker 2500
28 L R Cofeld -2000
29 Nellie Chapman 15 00
30 Carrie E Aull 1500
31 C W Whitmire 2500
32 Louisa V Williams 2000
33 Octavia Garlington 2500
34 A P Pifer 3000
35 M Beta Leavell 2000
36 Beulah E Greneker 2500
37 Nellie Chapman 15 00
45 T R Holmes 3000
48 Beulah E Greneker ':7 25 00
TOWNSBIp NO.2. f.
4 Alice J Whitmire $15 00
6 S E Bowers 1875
7 Lizzie W ChapmanLZ M 22 50
8 J E Caldwell 25 00
10 W W Lazenberry 2000
21 J B Brton 12 00
. TOWNSHIP No.4.
1 Ella Fowler2; M$25 00
2 Ella Sligh 2500
3 " " 2500
4 P G Hammett 2500
5 W T Bvrd 1800
6 " " 1800
7 Cornelia Sims 18 00
8 " " 1800
9 " " 18100
10 Cora L Cannon 1250
11 " " " 12 50
12 J P Hipp 25 00
13 " " 2500
14 H E Rice 1800
15 W T Byrd 1800
16 Maggie E Snowden ' 1800
17 Lillian L Glenn 2500
18 H E Rice , 1800
19 W T Byrd 1800
20 Cornelia Sims 1800
33 J H Thomas 1800
35 Chas Tidma-sh 2500
TOWNSMIP NO.5.
10 Richad A Bragg $i500
11 Manie L Whites 2200
12 Carrie E Anll 1800
13 Arthnc Kibler 4000
14 J C Broohs 2000
15 Richard A Bragg 15 00
16 G A Arthur 2 00
17" " 2000
18 Mamie L Whitei 22'60
19 Arthur Kibler -4000
20 Annie B Greaeker ?22 00~
21 " " " 1200
22 J C B:ooks 29000
23 Cyrilia Rutherrord 2.5 00
24 Jas S Daniels 15 00
25 Richard A Bragg - '-1500
26 5 amie L Whites 2500,
27 Cyrilla Rutherford 25 00
28 A rthur Kibler 4000
29 J C Brooks 2000
30 Annie B Greneker 1500.
31 Jas S Daniels 15 00
32 Richard A Bragg 11,00
33 Mamie L Whites 25 c
81 CyiUla Rtherford 5 00
35 J C Brooks :900
3G Anna B Greneker 1500
37 Cariie E AuU 2000
3s Cyinia Rutherford 2500
39 Jas s Daniels 1875
40 Mamie L.Whites 3000
41 Cyrilla Rutherford 2500
TOWNsHIP NO.6.
4 He qnie L Boozer S'500
TOWNsHIP No. 7.
6 Saie H Teague -$3000
TOWNsHP NO.8
3 Bessie D Cannon - $22 00
4 D uPonds 19 00
5 N FButler 16400
6 A aro'n Jas DeWalt 25 00
7 ME!Iall 81 50
8 Nellie Chapman 13 80
0 Besele D Cannoa 258 60
10 " " 28 50
11 N F I thil-r 20 00
13 Aaror .Jas De walt 23 %5
i4 DD Ponds 2.000
TOWNSHIP 30. 9.
9 H HMobley $18 95
10 Alice J Long 13 4
11 J S tewart 35 00
12 Nancy Suber 20 00
13 E PCounts 35 00
14 J Aurard '35 C0
15 Belloe Sithi 25 tO
16 L L Dominick 35 00
17 J 11 Summitt 35 (0
18 A E Chiles 17 00.
10 Carrie L Bonlwaro 35 00
2I J SWneeler 85 00
22 " " ' 500
23 LE McFail 35 00
24" ' 35 00
27J SStewart 170
29 wK Slgh 32 50
30 "" 12 50
32 HH MobJey 4E
TOWNSBHIP NO 10.
SG AMills $27 00
8 " " 22W5
12 T J Claytoni 13 00
18SH HMobiev 8 75
TOWNSBIP NO. 11
1 Mattic C Steck -$25 CO
7 Ellen E PSuber -25 00
8 John A Schumpert 15 00
SS L Kenned.v 1873
19 Fannie C Set:ler 25 00)
11 Lille Tobe 15 00
15 S L Kennedy - 15 00
Rtespeciful'y submitted.
A. H. WHEELER,
Treasater Newberry Countly.
No m:uii can attain to a heavenly
experience by contemplation alone
or by faith alone. The only way to
attain to such an experience is by
living a heavenly life. If you will
for the love of Christ begin to do
little heavenly acts of kindness, love
and charity, to exercise the heavenly
graces of gentleness, truth and pa
tience, you will presently be rejoic
ing in a heavenly experience. The
true higher life is always found in
connection with lowly service for
Christ..
Senator Beck received a *let.ter
from the yongest daughter of Jef~
ferson Davis, commending him for
his speech on the silver ques
tion. The letter inclosed a water
color picture, representing a silver
moon shining down from silver
clouds npon a silver-lighted land
scape. Unmderneath the picture was
written *Diana's tribute to the cham
pion of silver."
Dr. Eelton thinks that John Sher
man will be a strong Presidential
probability in 1888. He believes
that Sherman is the superior in every
respect to President Garfld.
Th4e
Mo thmiii
we need,to
of theKuncon -
ter Chrstains
scripture, and'.
New Testamentra
in their plain -
Lord taught
heard him g
other things. --
words were xuV
but because he
common and.o.e
spoke to them"
If he taugh.-jw
his parables in
of their daily life
tic history -it
miliar. It ~
sower, h a
the air., It
wr6man m-in
waywpdby
came tot4
tent. It wai
ward, ora-rt
busness
and 'getab
them of
told them.d
parabird --
refusig
father'
his m d
prayer boto'
who woul
peace day -
her jnstbe, or
friend.s~g
bread --
lismf
bairea -i~
pie wo - -i
le-.
and -
hnd -b*rit
tered hby b
said wbarbe a tire
he aid sad
plain and tl
their
anbelief
was taking4b -
of the faith of b
woman o --
what -he menlt
explain or d
constantly bro
to the level ---
standing bye_
some common n
like as.eed sowp n
Spirit.Is like the
know the myae
we know the e et%# -
ourselves
anderstand. the -~
atonement, w~e e au
the fact that.i
bitten Israe1ite.
brazen' serpent w
said "come unto
and are heavy -
you rest," thEy.
meant that b~y
their sins and -
would get reier n
in debt and troa --
and rest from a
friend who:. had i
to apply'to him.
of need. Oh,~f
simple hearteenon.
woids at their fiie _
with God on his wod &
each other where g
between them, what
trouble and prl
avoided. Truly thei~
ing. in our Lord'rs wor.
be converted and -
children, etc." Godt.
wheat. Man' 5-ra.
mentaries upon it- are
chaff.
Sometimes we are ld~
there were not a sigl
on the Bible left in
verily believe tht~ f
voutly read his book
dren and wait op n.
ration to open our~
would make sliplA
to the simplest mip -
reminded of the
the famous Dr. Seeo
good. doctJr5d
Bunyan's Pilgrim's
explanatory nots~
bade him read it
jof the book bj$
tor.askedaim ifheh .
which the man.rp__
"And did youune
the doctor."O,
Mr. Bunyan' a toy,2
but I could not wak -==
of the other maui'. l
times5 appears t
some of' o'
ttor's a5 A rule
confo.nded.

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