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A U LL, EDITOR.
EWBERRY. S. C,
AY, NOVEMBER 21, 1889.
MEN AND ELECTIONS.
'ons in some of the States
ks o agi changed the posi
me men considerably. NCH
ven that Billy Mahone, o0
and Benjamin Harrison, late
a, but now of Washington,
ve dissolved copartnership.
to build up a Republican
' nia with Billy Mahone as
failed. One James E. Camp
'o, is Governor of that State,
raker will now, no doubt,
-ve up the flags with the
office and!retire to private
it ever is. First up then
eess of the Hon. James E.
in gaining the election in
ging him prominently be
the country and al
national iss es are being dis
in connection with his name.
eof the newspapers are already
gof him as the man for the Dem
to put forward in 1892 as the
ential candidate. The Greenville
thatnot only"Westward does
rse of empire take its way," but
Democrats ever expect to carry
nal election they must select a
man. The Republicans have
e national election in twen
eyears an that was when they
n eastern man as candidate. Hon.
E. Campbel"'s political career
n one of aimost phenomenal
He has an unbe.en record.
connection :a few facts in his
may be of interest, especially
is already being talked of as a
ble presidential candidate.
e folowing is taken from the Bal
e was born in Middletown, Butler
ty, Ohie, in July, 1843. His father
e e boy was but 8 years old.
med a common school educa
and when 18 years old began
ing.. The next year he entered
service of his couatry as a naval
r, serving on the gunboat of
Porter's fleet in the memora
- ,campaign of 1863-64, and
nded. After the war he
law and was admitted to the
1865, opening an office in Ham
hio, and soon built up a large
73 Mr. Campbell was elected
uting attorney of Butler County
elected in 1875. He was elected
ngress as a .Democrat in 1882,
i1884 in a district which had
arfield 2,000 majority. Then
irRepublican county was added
~district, but Mr. Campbell again
Stime by a majority of one.
luntarily retired in order to
elrson Davis is critically ill
home of a friend in the city of
leans. A cablegram has been
his er m upe:
REPUBLIC OF BRAZIL.
1 and bloodless revolution
ted in Brazil by the united
army and navy, in which
mes to an end by the de
Emperor Dom Pedro and
tion of the Republic with
onseca as president. The
as at his summer palace
the startling tidings with
ty and composure. General
who addressed the empe
-aputation, said "that Brazil
ced far enough in the path
ion to dispense with mon
e country, while grateful to
r for his patriotic services,
y resolved to recognize only
'c." Bnsiness was compara
nded but the assurances
commercial activity and enter
rssoon be resumed, and all the
acia obligations of the empire
Te empire grew out of the ancienz
e of Portugal, and it is reported
the emperor and his family were
.niiider escort to a man-of-war
ng for them in the outer harbor
o.. The vessel was under steam,
odered to sail as soon as the royal
ywere safely on board. The cap
ails under sealed orders for Portu
here he will find refuge in the
of his ancestors.
Te crown princess Izabel would
esucceeded to the throne by the
of heredity, but is now relegated
ah private walks of life.
ah reign of Dom Pedro has been
~vperous and progressive. He was a
is,liberal and progressive ruler. A
~anof culture and travel, and goes into
tiement with the sympathy of his
ope. The government will make
eprovision for his support during
iemainder of his life.
ah population of Brazil is about ten
n souls. The army numbers twen
tousand men, and the navy has a
e f sixty vessels. The governors of
tnited States of Brazil are all sol
How this may affect the internal
tons of the newv republic remains
~ seen. Men of military genius have
tnmade most excellent rulers.
TP an-American Congress and the
ewRepubic will bring the American
3into greater prominence before
ees of the old world, and at the
etime establish stronger and bete
rlations between tbe governments
and South America.
s the opportune time for us
e to take the tide that will lead
nercial supremacy and golden
s.Long life to the Republic of
nited States of Brazil !
here is going on a lively fight
ong the politicians for the speaker
p f the next Congress. It is now
d o be narrowed down to Reid and
Kinley, and the question is will it
ed or McKinley ? The fight is
inMaine and Ohio. An exchange
s,"The plumed knight favors Mc
ney. Reid is the best parliamenta
but McKinley is the best man."
C ehad any say in the matter, we
oul vote for McKinley, but it mat
eslttle who selected.
.si'.~ a ~ cable conl
neetioni with the outer world. The
French Cable Company has obtained
permission from the Governor to land,
and the News and Courier bureau at
Columbia was the first to tell the good
A BIG FAILURE IN GREEN VILLE.
J. T. Nix, with his Two Stores in the Moun
tain City, and Branch Stores in Half
a Dozen Towns, Makes an As
[Special to the News and Courier.]
GREENVILLE, Nov. 15.-J. T. Nix
made an ;assignment at 10 o'clock to
aight for the benefit of his creditors.
dis liabilities are variously estimated
. t from $75,000 to $125,000, and. nom
inal and actual assets at $75,000.
This failure is the biggest ever made
in upper South Carolina, and has been
the subject of sensational gossip for the
past week. The city has been full of
drummers and members of foreign bus
iness houses all day.
Mr. Nix had two stores at this place
and storesatShelby, N. C., Laurens,
Spartanburg, Greenwood, Easley and
Brunson in Hampton County.
All of his notes fell due to-day, and
it is said that there is in the neighbor
hood of $250,000 due on notes. w. w. P
GREENVILLE GREATLY AGITATED.
GREENVILLE, November 1S.-The
assigumentof J. T. Nix last night cre
ates one of the biggest sensations this
city has known for many years. A brief
secial of his failure was sent to The
News and Courier by your correspon
dent late last night. A conference of
his creditors, representing lawyers,
travelling men and owners of business
houses from the North, South and
West, was held at his office last night,
and the conference lasted until 11
o'clock. All were awaiting some pro
position from Mr. Nix. An assignment
was finally decided upon, and the
creditors went away apparently satis
fied. The agony is at last over, and it
is hard to determine at this time how
the creditors will fare.
The liabilities are variously estimated
at from $75,000 to $125,000, and the
nominal assets are estimated at from
$25,000 to $75,000. Some place the
liabilities as high as $250,000, and it is
not improbable that they will reach
Mr. Nix is a lawyer, and came here
from ISampton County ten years ago.
Some time ago be began buying one
sto:e after another in different parts of
the State until he was finally in pos
session of seven, and was doing the
largest business of any man in upper
South Carolina. Some of these stores
he bought as he did most of hisgoods,
giving his note for payment. He
bought on time and sold for cash, and
revolutionized the mercantile world by
his cheap cash prices. Conservative
merchants shook their heads and said
months ago that he would go under,
that he could not meet his obligation.
His notes-were arranged to fall due on
Before the crash come Mr. Nix sold
several of his stores, one in this city and
one in Shelby, N. C., and says that he
utilized the proceeds to pay some o1
His embarrassment has been almost
the single topic of conversation here
for a week past.
THE SOUTHERN liAVY YA RD.
PorttRoyal Recommended a Port of Call
O'posite New Orleans Selected as
the Navy Yard Proper.
WASHINGTON, Novenmber 19-The
naval commission appointed to selec1
the site for the navy yard on the South
era coast has submitted it-s report t<
the secretary of the navy, recommend
ing the establishment of a dry dook
repair shops and supply depot ~at. Por
Royal, South Carolina. An estimate
of a timber dry dock, similar to thos<
now building for the Government, a
$675,000, to be completed in thre<
The commission also recomnment
the establishment of a a constructioi
yard at Algiers, opposite New.Orleans
The report of the commission nov
goes to the secretary of the navy an<
he will transmit it to Congress fo
such action as may be deemed proper
The Taluseof south CaroUina's Farm Pro
ducts or '89.
From the forthcoming annual repor
of the Department of Agriculture th<
following facts and figures' have beet
given out as to the crops of the Stat<
for the year past:
The yield of corn for the year is 20.
000,000 bushels, which is ahead of th
figures for any year since the war, an<
has only been approached in one yea
n the past twenty-five.
The yield of cotton is 637,000 bales
and the total value of the prmcipa
field crops for 1889 is $56,000J;000, whic]
is an increase of $11,000,000 over 1888.
There were 212,000 tons of phosphat<
rock mined from the'navigable stream
of the State during the year endin,
August 31st, 1889, an increase of 21,001
tons over 1888.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
General Manager Ward on a Tour of In
[Special to the Register.i
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 18.
Receiver Chamberlain to-day appointe<
Mr. E. V. Ken nerly Freight Agent c
the South Carolina Railway, vice C. D
Bateman, lately deceased. Mr. Kenner
ly is an old employee of the road.
Mr. Ward, the new General Manager
left tile city to-day for a tour of iospec
tion over the road.
There are now four suits for foreclos
ure pending in the United States Cour
against the road, all of which will b
argued before Judge Bond at Columbi
There seems to be ne doubt tha
Chamberlain will be accepted as Re
ceiver by all the complainants.
Marriage of Editor Jag L sirns.
[Special to Charleston World.1
ORANGEnUI:G, November 14--Editoi
James L. Sims, of the'1Times and Dem
orat, was married last night to Misa
Georgia ~Sheridan, daughter of Capt
Hugo G. Sheridanu of this city. The
ceremony took place at the residenc<
of the bride's father and was performec
by the Rev. G. P. Watson. Oniy
few friends and relatives were presen1
to witness the happy Unlionl.
IFailure In Cheraw
(Special to the News and Courier]
CHERAw, November 16.-Mr. H. D.
Mallow made an assiglnent on No
vember 14 to Thos. P. H arrell and W
H. Malloy for the benefit of his credi
tors. He at the same time resigned his
position ;as presidenit of the bank.
which is not eff'ected by his failure. I1
is impossible to say, until the assignees
report, what his assets are.
The failure was due to short crop
and a failure to collect. Mr. Mallos
has made as honest a failure as eve)
was made, turning everything over tc
his creditors and keeping nothing badi
for himself. His failure is much re
gretted, for he has been doing busi
ness in Cheraw man years, and is con
sidered a fine business man.
First Snow in the state.
[Special to News and Courier.1
GAFNEY CITY, November 19.-i
slight snow fell here to-day, the first o
FATAL ACCIDENT AT ALCTO-1.
The Shocking Death of D. R. Elkins Pro- l
prietor of the Well-known Dinner
[pecial to the News and Courier.]
COLUMBiA, November 14.-Passen -
ers on the train from Spartanburg a -
riving here this afternoon bring the
news of the accidental killing of Mr.
D. R. Elkins at Alston. It seems that
Mr. Elkins, who has been the proprietor
of the dinner house atAlston since the
war, got on a freight train bound for
Greenville for the purpose of riding
across the river to Peaks, and that by
some accident he fell between the cars
and was mortally injured. Both legs
were completely cut off, and in a short
while death ensued. Mr. Elkins was
a well-known farmer and boarding
house proprietor, and gained some
State reputation by his at2iliation with
the Green back movement some years
ago. lBe leaves a large family and very
PROSPERITY, November 14.-D. R. El
kins, of Alston, was killed at Peaks
Station to-day by a Ireight train, No
18. Mr. Elkins wanted to come over to
Peaks from Alston, and he got in
Conductor Beam's car. The conductor,
being on top of his train, did not know 1
that Mr. Elkins was in the car, and
having no freight for Peaks the train
did not stop, and Mr. Elkins, in trying 1
to jump from the train, missed his
footing and was thrown under the car, 1
and the wheels passed over his thighs, i
severing his legs from his body. He
lived in this condition an hour and a
UR JONES OF EDGEFIELD.
The Fifth Trial of the Red-Handed Gen
tleman Who Slew His Aged and Palsied
Father - in - Law and His Two
[Special to The Register.]
EDGBF:RLD, S. C., Nov. 16.-The
case of the State vs. Robert T. Jones
for the murder of Edward Pressley,
Sr., which case one conviction for
manslaughter and four mistrials have
heretofore been entered, was taken
up Tuesday morning last. The testi
mony iwas all in by Thursday night
and the arguments were closed at 10 p.
m. yesterday. W. W. Butler, Mc(G.
Simpkins, and Colonel P. H. Nelson
made reaching arguments for the
State ; William T. Gary, N. G. Evans
and Major Ernest Gary made speeches
for the defense. Major Ernest Gary
made the speech of the day, and his
argument, for cogency, eloquence and
pathos, was a masterly production. The
case was given to the jury at 11 p. i.
yesterday, and after spending the night
in their room the jury announced to
the court this moruing that they could
not agree ; so a mistrial was ordered.
It is ascertained that the jury stood six
for acquittal and six for murder.
THE STATE FAIR.
What it Did for the City of Columbia.
1Special to Augusta Chronicle.]
CojlMBIA, S. C., Nov. 16.-Colum
bia has returned to its usual appear
ance, the thousauds of visitiors to the
fair having departed.
It is raining steadily to-day, and the
fact makes all our people truly thank
ful that this year at least the great an
nual gathering in the city was not mar
red by bad weather.
Most of the exhibits have been re
moved, and nearly all remaining will
have been loaded on the cars and
started oft' before midnight to-night.
The oiticial figures of the attendance
and financial receipts have not been
Smade public, but it is known that in
both respects the fair just. elosed has
far exceeded any of its predecessors.
On Thursday there were over 10,000
paid admission, and the free admis
sion ran the total attending up well
toward 14,000 or 15,000. The attend
ance the day before was really greater
than at first estimated, and must have
been at least 10,000.
,Retiring President Humbert, Secre
tarv Holloway and most of the mem
bers of the executive committee of the
agricultural society left for their homes
THE HOTEL MEN ARE JUBILANT
Over the success of the Fair. The
following is a list of the total registered
arrivals of the five principal hotels for
the first five days of the week: Grand
Central, 618: Jerome, 549; Wright's 331;
Nelson's 306; Congaree, 396; total, 2,
900. The grand total for Wednesday
- fast T1-no to Florida.
WXASHLINGToN, Nov. 15.-The A tlan
'tic Coast Line to-day put on a new
fast train to Florida. It will leave here
each day at 4.15 p. mn. and arrive at
Jacksonville the next afternoon at 6 30.
A Healthy Growth.
SAcker's Blood Elixir has gained a
firm hold on the American people and
Sis acknowledged to be superior to all
other preparations. It is a positive cure
for all Blood and Skin Diseases. The
medical fraternity indorseand prescribe
it. Guaranteed and sold by Belcher
Houseal & Kibler,
An Awful Sore Limb
Skin entirely gone. Flesh a mass of
-disease. Le,g diminished one third
in size. Condition hopeless. Curedl
Iby the Outienra Remedies in two
Cured by Cuticura
For three years I was almost crippled with
an awful sore leg sdom my knee down to my
ankle; the skin wais entirely gone. andi the
flesh was one mass of disease. Some physi
-clans pronounced it Incurable. It had di
miished about one third the size of the
other, and I was in a hopeless condition.
A fter trying all kinds of re-nedles and spend
ing hund .cas ofdollars. irom which I got no
Irelief whatever, I was persuaded to try your
CTICUXA RE.MEDIEs, and the result was as
follows: After only three days I noticed a
decided change for the be ter, and at the end
-of two months I was completely cured. My
flesh was purified, and the bonc (which had
been exposed for over a year) got sound. The
iesh began to grow, and to-day, and for
nearly two years past, my leg is as well as
ever it was. sound In every respect, and not
a sign of the disease to be seen.
s. G. A ME N, Dubois, D)odge Co., Ga.
Skin Disease 17 Years.
I have been troubled with a skin and scalp
disease for seventeen years. My head at times
was one running sore, and my body was coy
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tried a great many remedies without efrect
untii I used the (CurrernA RaxMEIiKs, and am
Ithankful to state that after two) months of
th,-r use I am entirely cured. I feel It my
du ty to you and t he public to state t he above
case. L.iR. McDowELL., Jamesburg, N...
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almost all remedies and also the most emi
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HIS AGE IS 120. y
liram Lester, of Henry County, the Oldest'
Man in the Country.
ATLANTA, GA., November IS.-Ac
ording to Councilman Meador, who 01
las just returned from a visit to Mc-m
)onough, that town can boast of hav- AI
ng in its poor house the oldest citizen -
n the country.t . .
Hiram Lester, the antiquarian in Th
luestion, was born in North Carolina
n December, 1769, which fetches him
ow to the ripe old age of 120 years. tral
101. Sloan, of McDonough, himself
>ver 80 years of age, states that when I
ie was a boy Hiram Lester was already J
Ln old man.
Lester is in good health, his teeth are
ound, his eyesight and hearing good,
nd he has given up all idea of ever In
He claims to remember all about the
evolutionary war and knew George
THE LUTHERAN SYNOD. A
Iewberry, South Carolina, Chosen as the ing
Site for the Theological Seminary.
WILMINGTON, N. C., Nov. 18.-In the res
utheran Synod to-day the report on sal
he location of the proposed theological -
eminary was presented by Dr. Brown.
rwo propositions were submitted, one
or location at Newberry, S. C., by the
south Carolina Synod, and another by
he Southwestern, Va., Synod, favor
ng Saiem, Va. The provisional offer
>f the South Carolina Synod was ac
epted. The Rev. W. E. Hubbert was
lected chairman of the board of educa
ion, and Dr. W. S. Bowman chair
nan of the committee to nominate a
oard of directors.
Resignation of Col. John C. Haskell.
[Special to News and Courier.]
COLUMImA, Nov. 17.-It is announccd
hat Col. John C. Haskell, who has cei
ween the attorney for the Richmond 13t
uid Danville Railroad in South Caro- bar
ina for a number of years, has written the
letter resigning his position. Col. an(
Iaskell takes this course, the Bureau th.
inderstands, because of differences art
vith the management of the system as
o the tieatment of cases of litigation so
bgainst the Richmond and Danville in Ca
his State. dot
Frozen to Death While Drunk. ecb
[Special to the Register.] mi
CHESTER, S. C., Nov. 18.-Peter I
samuels, an old negro laborer on the
I., C. & N. R. R., was found frozen to
leath this afternoon, two and one-half [SI
niles West of town. He left here late
saturday night, drunk; and was found
.n a ravine, where it is supposed he hu
2ad fallen, and was too drunk to get In
The Oldest Traveller! By
(Special to the News and Courier.]
COLUMBIA, Nov. 17.-Capt. Chase had
o-day the oldest passenger that ever
3ame on his train. He was Hiram King,
>f Henderson County, N. C., and took
the train at Hendersonville to go to
Ceorgia and visit relatives. Mr. King
is 97 years of age. He was accompanied
by a sprightly daughter of 76. er
Froze to Death.cl
[Greenville News.), be
WILLIAMsTON, S. C., Nov. 18.-Wil- Ce
lis Johnson, and old resident of Staton- or
ville, aged about sixty, was drunk Sat- th
urday, and on his way home got down, Dc
,.ud being unable to get further, froze
Deatly of Mr. Drayton Kinard.
LSpecial to Charleston World.]
NNETY-Srx, Abbeville Co., Nov. 15.
-This community has sustained a C
great loss by the death of Mr. Dray- D
ton Kinard, who died on the 14th. He C
was a most valuable citizen and a con
iistent and influential Christian gen- b
leman. He was a man of large
means, and will be missed on account
of his liberality.
Death of Editor D. J. Carter.
[Special to the Register.] S
LANCASTER, S. C., Nov. 19.-D. 3.
Carter, the Senior editor of the Lancas- pj
ter Ledger, died this morning at 10
o'clock, after a brief ill nes. H is re- Jr
mains will be interred in the village
cemetery at 11 o'clock to-morrow morn- C<
ing, with Masonic honors.
New Advertisements. M'
Administrator's Sale. d
BY AUTHORITY OF AN ORDER H
of the Probate Court for Newberry lii
County, I will sell, for cash, on Satur
day, the 30th day of November, 189,9
at Newberry Court House, at public
outcry, one Saw Mill, of the ."Riddell" b
make, having a forty-one inch saw,p
with twenty-eight feet carriage, be- TI
longing to the estate of David R. Phi?er..
JAS. K. P. GOGGANS, ag
FACORY STOCK FORl SAEE.
B AUTHORITY OF AN ORDER se
of the Probate Court for Newberry m
County, I will sell for cash, on Wed- ch
nesday, the 2nd day of December, 1889,
at Newberry Court House, at public
outcry, Five (5) Shares of the New
berry Cotton Mill Stock, belonging to Sg
the estate of Rebecca S. Abrams.
JOHN M. KINARD,
BY CARLISLE & LANE, tn
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
WWLL SELL AT PUBLICla
Noutcry, to the highest bidder, on
Monday, the 2nd day of December next, o
sale-day), the following Town Prop
?rty, owned by Abe Foot, of Atlanta, cr4
No. 1. The House and Lot now oc- m
upied by M. Foot as a residence, cor-a
aer of Adams and Harrington Streets, pa
ontaining one-half acre, more or less.
No. 2. One building with three
rooms, and lot fronting 86 feet on ~
Gauntt Street, running back 198 feet. S'1
No. 3. One building and lot fronting
n Gauntt Street 74 feet, running back
59 feet, on Scott Street.
No. 4. One building, with two Jn
rooms, and lot, fronting 137 feet on
Scott Street, running ba.ck 59 feet. Co
No. 5. One building lot containing
about one acre, fronting on Scott Street.
No. 6. One lot fronting 22 feet onJ
Pratt Street, running back 100 feet,.
aljoining brick store owned by Mrs. Fi
R. L. Paysinger. tre
No. 7. Lot fronting 18 feet on Pratt Es
street, running back .100 feet, adj>)in. dri
ng lotNo. 6.(C
No. 8. One Lot and Brick Building, bo
fronting 40 feet on Friend Street, run- Jn
ning back 108 feet, and adjoining lot 7. so1
Also about fifty thousand bricks.
Tersof Sale: One-half'cash; balance leF
on credit of twelve months, with in- on
terest from day of sale, secured by bond sal
and a mortgage of the premises. Pur- bo
chaser to pay for papers. of
CARLISLE & LANE, fot
Real Estate Agents.
Nemi ery S. C. Nov. 20,1889.
ew Avertisements. L
[E NIGHT, aNFI
IURSDAY, NOV 21
Fashionable Event of the Season.
:ngagement of the distinguished
pport?d by An Exce!Ient Company,
D'Ennery's Powerful 4-Act ioman
)lay of intense interest and touch
the whole gamut of human feel
SCALE OF PRICES. a
.dmission $1.00. No extra charge for
?rved seats. Gallery 50 cts. Seats on
at Wright's Book Store.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,)
EXECUTIVE CH AMBF. J
HEREAS, information has been re
7ed at this Department that on the
h day of November, A. D., 18S9, the
n and contents of W. H. Lane, in f
county of Newberry, was burned,
I there being reason to believe
.tthe burning was an act of incendi
row, THEREFORE, I, J. P. Richard- 1
Governor of the State of South i
-olina, in order that justice may be
e and the majesty of the law vin- 1
ated, do hereby offer a reward, sub- r
t to approval of the General Assem- '
of F ifty Dollars for the apprehen- c
of the person or persons who com
tted said act of incendiarism. I
N TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and I
caused the Great Seal of the
AL.] State to be affixed, at Colun
hia, this 18th day of November, 4
A. D., 1889, and in the one l
udred and Fourteenth year of the I
dependence of the United States of
J. P. RICHARDSON.
TB E GoVERNOR :
. Q. MARSHALL,
Secretary of State.
Notice of Sale.
DEPUT1Y (o%,LECITOR'S OFFICE,
November 21st, 1889.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Othat the following described prop
y having been seized for violation of
ternal Revenue Laws, has been de
red forfeited to the United States.
[ will sell same nt public auction at
w berry C. H.. on Monday, Decem
r2nd, A. D., 1889, One Copper Still,
p and Worm, and 56 gallons, more
less, of Peach Brandy. Seized as
a property of P. M. and George
uson. J. H. FORDHAM,
3rd District, South Carolin'..
)ROPERTY OF THE NEWBER
RY HORSE BREEDER'S ASSO
ATION, Will be sold Saleday in
cember to the highest bidder for
.sH. Sold to close business of New
rry Horse Breeder's Association.
T. C. POOL,
Secretary and Treasurer,
N. H.B. A.
'obate Judge's Sales
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
o. M. Kinard, as adm'r, etc., vs.
Wilson G. Abrams et al.
mplaint to sell land to pay debts. etc.
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry at N'ewberry C. H., on the First
onday in December next, the follow
real estate of Rebecca S. A brams,
ceased, to wit:
. The Chupp Place, containing One
mdred (100) Acres, more or less, and
unded by lands of James Speer, Gil
m Senn, Mary Burton, the Home
ace and the waters of Bush River.
2. The Senn Place, containing Eighty
)) Acres, more or less, and bounded
lands of Emma Senn, the Home
ace, Belfast Road and Bush River.
uis last named tract will be sold sub
:t to the life interest of Mrs. Mary E.
Ierms: One-third in cash (with priv
ge to pay all .in cash); balance in
e and two years, with interest from
e day of sale-credit portion to be
:ured by bond of the purchaser and
rtgage of the premises, and the pur
aser to pay for papers. LR
N'ov. 6, 1889. J. P. N. C.
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
JOUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
ijah Leitzy, as adm'r, etc., vs Beu
lah Leitzy et al.
plaint to Sell Lands to Pay
WIL L SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry at Newberry C. H., on the
rst'Monday in December next, that
ct of land of the estate of Henry
*itzy, dec'd, containing Forty (40)
res, more or less, and bounded by
ids of Elijah Leitzy, Walter Ruff,
[r. Wicker and others.
[erms: One-half cash; balance in
e year, with interest from day of
e (with privilege to pay all cash)-I
dit portion to be secured by bond of1
purchaser and mortgage of the pre
ses, and the purchaser to pay fort
e. J. B. FELLERS,
Sov. 6, 1889. J. P. N. C.
ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
:OUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN ']
o. M. Kinard, as Adnh'r, etc., vs. ,
Alphus Eschman et al.
mplaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debts,(
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT -
cry at Newberry C. H., on the
-t'Monday in December next that I
ct of lan~d of the estate of Jacob r
hman, dec'd, containing Two Hun- c
x and Two and seven-tenths(
2 7-10) Acres, more or less, and I
unded y landls of Thos. M. Neel, c
o. McKittrick, Dr. Jno. M. Thomp- I
u and others. .. (
['erms: One-half cash (with privi
e of paying all cash); balance in l1
a year with interest fromu day of a
e-credit portion to be secured by c
3d of the purchaser and mortgage
the premises. and purchaser to pay.g
papers. J. B. FE LLERS,
So. 0, iSSn J. P. N. C.
Probate Judge's Sales.
HE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
-IN PROBATE COURT.
H. Dominick, as Adm'r of the Es
tate of J. Frank Miller, deceased,
Plaintif, against Alice E. Miller and
omplaint to marshall assets and sell 4
laed to pay debts, &c. f
r WILL SELL AT PUBLIC. OUT
Lcry at New berry Courthouse, on k
ileday in December next, the follow
ig described real estate, belonging to
Lie estate of J. Frank Miller, deceased,
-wit: One Tract, containingTwo Hun
red and Fifty-eight Acres, more or
?ss, and bounded by lands of estate of
'hesley Davis, F. H. Dominick, Sue
Miller and others.
One Tract, containing One Hundred
Leres, more or less, and bounded by
tnds of C. W. Buford, J. N. Martin
nd others, and known as the "Mardis
One Tract, containing Seventy-three
Lcres, more or less, and bounded by
inds of W. Frank Kelly, estate Wm.
ishop, estate J. G. and Nancy Miller,
ud known as the Lofton Place.
One Tract, containing Seventy Acres,
sore or less, and bounded by lands of E
state of Jas. Oxner, Tom Johnson, J.
V. Smith, W. Frank Kelly and estate
f Wm. Bishop, known as the Liberty
Eill Tract, on the following
TERMS, To-wIT: One third of the i
urchase money to be paid in cash, bal
nee in one and two years, in equal an- t
ual installments, with interest from
ay of sale; credit portion to be secured
y bond of the purchaser and mortgage
f the premises sold, with the privilege
f paying all cash. Purchaser to pay
Dr papers. Plats of same will be ex
ibited on day of sale.
J. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
Nov. 9, 1889.
'HE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRX
-IN PROBATE COURT.
as. K. P. Goggans, as Adm'r, etc., cs.
Sallie L. Phifer et al.
,omplaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debts,
[ WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry, at Newberry Court House,
n Saleday in December, next, the fol
)wing Real Estate of David R. Phifer,
Leceased, to wit:
1. The Crosby Tract, containing
'wo Hundred and Fifty (250) Acres, 1
nore or less, and bounded by lands of
'hos. Duckett, Albert Anderson and
2. The Law Tract, containing One
undred and Fifty (150) Acres, more
r less, and bounded by lands of Alfred
)enson, Benj. Byrd and others.
3. The River Mill Tract, containing
rwo Hundred and Sixty-five (26-)
cres, more or less, and bounded by
ands of Thos. Whitmire, trustee, and
)y waters of Enoree River.
4. The Gordon Tract, containing
)ne Hundred and Sixty-five (165)
kcres more or less, and bounded by
ands of W. H. Whitmire and others.
5. The Epps Tract, containing Seven
Hundred (700) Acres, more or less, and
)ounded by lands of J. E. Broa n, dec'd,
Chos. Phillips and others.
6. The Cromer Tract, containing
)ne Hundred and Eighty-five (185)
cres, more or less, and bounded by
ands of Wallace Cromer, Polly Cro
ner and others.
7. The Andrews Tract, containing
rwo Hundred and Forty-four (244)
eres, more or less, and bounded by
ands of r'hos. P- A bramns, Lee H. Sims
Lad M. T. Sims.
8. The Saunders Tract, containing
Four Hundred (400) Acres, more or
ess, and bounded by lands of Thos.
Ray, Wesley Sims and others.
9. The Herndon Home Piace, con
aining Two Hundred and Fifty-four
:254) Acres, more or less, and bounded
y lands of Alex Byrd, Wesley Sims,
John Rice and others.
10. The Heradon Mill Tract, con
Laining Forty-five (45) Acres, more er
less, and bounded by lands of Thos.
Duckett, Thos. Whitmire, trustee, and
11. The Corwin Tract, containig
One Hundred and Fifty (150) Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
L. H. Sims, Chas. Tidmarsh and others.
Terms of Sale: One-fourth of the
purchase money to be paid in cash; the
balance in one and two equal annual .n
talments, with interest from the day
of sale-credit portion to be secured by
bond of the purchaser and mortgage of
the premises sold. Purchaser to pay
lats of the above mentioned lands
will be exhibited on day of sale.
At the same time and place I will
sell the followin~g real estate of said
deceased located in the Town of New
berry, to svit:
1. The Store Lot, fronting 42 feet on
Boyce street and running back 110
feet on Nance street and adjoining lot
f M. A. Carlisle.
2. Lot on corner Nance and Har
rington streets, on which is located
dwelling-house, livery stables and other
buildings, and adjoins lots of M. A.
Carlisle, James McIntosh, Y. J. Pope
and T. C. Pool.
Terms: One-third cash; balance in
one and two equal annual installments,
with interest from day of sale-credit
portion to be secured by bond of the
purchaser and mortgage of the prem
ises; the purchaser to insure property
ad assign policy, and to pay for papers.
J. B. FE LLERS,
Nov. 8, 1889. J. P. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
COURT OF PROBATE.
Nary Emma Lake as Administratrix,
&c., of Thomas M. Lake, deceased,
and in her own right, Plaintiff.
Marvin Lake and others, Defendants.
Complaint to sell land to aid ersonalty
in payment of debts, &c., -c.
B Y VIRTUE OF THE DECRE
tal order of the Probate Court for
he County and State aforesaid, dated
d October, 1889, I will sell at Newberry
L~ourt House, S. C., on the first Monday.
n December next, the following real]
estate belonging to Thomas M. Lake,
leceased, to wvit: The "Caldwell Place,"1
~ontaining one hundred and ninety
even acres more or less, in one or more
yarcels, bounded by lands of Mrs.
Mary Emma Lake, Mrs. Texanna
suber, Alexander C. Welch and others.
)ne-third of the purchase money to be
>id in cash, and the balance on a
redit of 12 months with interest from
lay of sale-to be secured by bond of I
urchaser and mortgage of the
remises. Purchaser to have privilege
if paying his entire bid in cash-anid V
o pay for p)apers.
J. B. FELLERS.
.J. P.N. C. t
Fifth day of November, 1889, New- t
erry, S. C~.
'HE STATE OF SOU.TH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRY t
IN PROBATE COURT.
argart C. Wicker, as adm'x, etc.,
vs. Mary Baker et al.
omplaint to Sell Land to Pay Debts,
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
Lcry at Newberry C. H., on the
irst Monday in December next, the1
eal estate of Wmn. M. Wicker, dec'd, .
ontaining Three Hundred and Sixteen 3
316) A cres, more or less, in three tracts, la
ats wherof will be exhibited on day d
f sale, bounded by lands of Calvin d
laker,' Wm. Abrams and Dr. R. C. el
Temrs: One-half cash (with privi- C
ege to pay the whole bid in ca.st); bal- o1
,nce in one year, with interest from F
Lay of sale-credit portion to be securedjC
yy bond of the purchaser and mort-j&
|age of the premises, and purchaser to
>ay for papers. J .FLES
o. 8,1880 J. P. N. C
STILL IN TI
Still hold the Fort and are
oods that will astonish the na
?om $5 to $30; Boy's Suits fron
uits $1.50 to $9. An elegan1
Ln elegant line of Medium Clo
We have the most c
MEN'S WOMN' AND
n Newberry. Hats in endless
atest styles in cheap, mediui
ozen Crushers (soft hats) in
ach. To those seeking
FAS1IOABLE CUT CLOT3ING AXE
re will state that we lead all ot
he public to inspect our -stoc
avors and asking for a continu:
'Mr. Chesley H. Cannon
vill be pleased to see their man'
IF YOU INTEND I
it will pay you t
'INE GRADE PARLOR
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY)
These instrum-nu s sur ass all otners that ha
a. r. g These organs are MOL
e radr Guareed for5 ean
wE CAN SAVE YOU $e0 ON El
NO MIDDLE I
With the cold cash we deal<
xact the most that the potent <
Ln all dealings save onr custoi
The problem with us is not h
ut how many goods we can se
We levy only the smallest Ii'
Lhe prices for, first-class goods d
efore in the market of old fogy
We are Ready fo,
Come when you will and you
Slow business and dead me
Everything around us is on the
We have the largest stock of-fI
IY GOODS, BOOTS, SHiOES,
n fat every thing that is to be:i
nost polite aLLention shown to e
Notice of Seizure.
NITED STATES INTERNAL REVENUE
e' lctr Offc, Dirict of s. C.,
fHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED
Lproperty, having been seized at
ewberry, S. C., for violation of in
rnal Revenue Laws, will be torfeited
> the United States within 30 days
om date of this notice unless parties
aiming same file bonds in Collector's
ce nder prvsions~ Section 34&
iree kegs corn whiskey, 44 gallona
ich. J. H. FORDHAM,
Deputy Collector Third District
3RSUANT TO AN ORDER OF
the Court of Common Pleas for
ewberry County, we will sell at the
te residene of Thomas B. Chalmers,i
m eased, at public outcry on Thurs-f
t the 21st day of November, 1889 at e
een o'clock in the forenoon, all the
rsonal property of said Thomas B.
h mers, deceased, consisting, among
ber things, of Household and Kitchen
uriture, One Steam Engine, Mules,.
att, Wagons, Farming Implements,
er. A. CHALMERS,
E. L CHALIS
now opening up a s
tives. We have Men's
a$3.50 to $18 and Chil
thing, and a superb lin
omplete stock of
ll BRN'S 811
variety, comprising a
n and fine grades. T
Blue and Brown at 50
I PERFECT FITTIXG WlO
hers in this line. We
k. Thanking you fo
ance of the same,
and Mr. Bachman G
o examine the
&D CEAPEL 0
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
,ve ever been offered In the HiRto
SE-PROOF and MOTa-PEOOF.
s by the Nanufaturer -
v inatment gVe~Uthe
IIbe convne ofth
lirect with mianufat
lollar can squeeze out,
ners the 25 per cent
ow much profit we c
dll, and how close we
ring commission and
own where they never
ism and big profits.
'the Fall Trad
will find us busy as
thods are not tolerat
all goods in town, co
und in a first-classs
All persons i
o me will ple
znC settle at 0
must have m
rWILL CURE THE
Lof women in those wh
o me for relief. Those
ife, and those in mari
ife, and te diseases that
o,r more than twenty y
ured, and the patients
ealth in a few months.
P. B. RU
ALL PERSONS INDE
l.Mayer & Mayer, or
igoed, are notified that
ettle their acO B. MS
October 2nd, 1889