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ELBERT Hi. AULLI, EDITOR.
ELBERT H. AULL, proprietors. S
NEWB ERRY. S. Q,
URSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1889.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
We publish this week some figures
from the annual report of Col. J. H.
Q ,ice, Superintendent of Educati'n,
whidi should be of interest to our peo- b
pie. In collecting these figures we do b
n~ ot suppose they.are absolutely correct
but approximately so. There has been
an increase in .the number of schools
aiid school houses. There has been a
slight incease in attendance since last
year's report. There has been a de
creaye in the number of white pupils
during the year -over last year, but an
inerease-in the number of colored pu
pils. There were 14,742 more colored
children than white children enrolled
in the schools the past year, and yet
S the large propertionl of the funds forI
school'purposos is paid by the whites.
Over $44)w,00 were spent for school I
purposerduring the year.. Nearly $400,
0 of this amount was paid to the
'teachers of the public schools in the
The eolored people of the State should
ba grateful to their white fellow citi
: zens for -the large amounts they re
ceive for the education of their chil
dren' If the two mill tax. were repealed
the eolored people would-not be able to
do much for the education of their chil
Candidates for Railroad Commis
- stoner are springing up as thick as flies
in fruit time all over the State. We
believe they are scattered from the sea
shore to the mountains. Well, we sup
pose the position is a very nice and easy
one and has attached to it a very good
f salary, and it is not required that the
man who fillp it shall know very much,
if anything, about the railroad business.
We have no candidate and no sug
gestions .to make the Legislature in
making the selection.
There.are now several United States.
In the face of the recent establishment
of the United States of Brazil the fol
- lowing dates may be of interest:
1776-The United States of America.
1824--The United States of Mexico.
1861-The United States of Colombia.
" 1864-The United States of Venezu
1889-The United States of Brazil.
An exchange asks "will there ever
be the United States of North and
South America, and how soon?" We
:do not thi-k there will ever be such a
hnation. The next .will be. th tnited
he Sumter Watchman and South
?- ron states that Congressman Perry will
Sresign bis seat in Congress and enter
the fate next year for Governor as the
- candidate of -the Farmers' Alliance.
present tinn expires and go on his farm
and may at some day not too far distant
S be a candidate for Governor, but not
There will be no lack of candidates,
Congress con.venes next Monday.
SThere will be a big fight over the speak
ership. The Republicans have a small
majoritz and will elect a Republican
The-failure of J. T. Nix, of Green
ville, is one of the biggest the up-coun
try has had in a long time. It is now
*stated that his assets will not exceed
$20,000 or $25,000, while his liabilities
will reach Sl25R,000 or 9150,000. It is
stated that he will likely gflect a set
-tiement with his creditors at 25 cents
Aon the dollar,
A good deal has been written in the
newspapers in this State lately abusive
and otherwise of General Wana
maker and some of the postoffice ap
2pointinents. We like to see justice
donie to all persons and even to one
who belongs to a different political
party. It seems to us a very natural
thing for a Republican administration
to appoint a Republican postmaster at
such places as Columbia and Newberry,
and if they can find a competent per-1
son we do not believe we as Democrats
have any business making a tuss about
it, for Democrats would likely appoint
Democrats. As long as there are
different political parties in this coun
try we may expect the principal offices
in the gift of the administration to be
filled -by men of the same political faith
as the party in power. Of course as
business men, thei men of any commnu
nity and all political parties, have a
right to demand of any party in power
the elfieient administration of public
offices, and' if an incompetent official ]
is put in it is.our duty to make conm- t
plaint. The Democrats would expect,r
if tiheadministration was in the hands
'~r%~)erts that Democrats should(
Nowthat t be alicaneTiijower
we do not think that ihere should be
such abuse of General Wanamaker a
because he is endeavoring to find Re- a'
publicans to till such offices as the Co- s
lambia postotilce. The trouble with
General WVanamiaker in these parts,
as has been suggested, is that the Re- ti
publican material is so poor and scarce t
from which to make the selection. a:
-Among the things mientioned by thet
editor of the Blacksburg Dispatch as ~
things lie would like to sec is, "trains b<
running on the Augusta Division of N
the Three C's railroad." There are B
sone'more 6f us who Would like to see N
the.same thing. Every time we have N
heard from the progress on this division 'M
of this-road the news was encourauging, ;^
andI a large force would bt: on the work I m
within thirty days. Mr. Urquhardt J
passed through hiere some timeago and I
said everything was all right now, and E
within thirty or sixty days a large H
force of hatuds would be put on the di
work between here and Union, and in Pl
fact all along the line. His time is not |or
all out yet, Lut we have heard nothing I
of the road siiwe. u
THE PROGRESS OF A YEAR. esi
The annual report of the Secretary of hi
iblished in the News and Courier of
onday, contains some figures that Cl
iould be encouraging to the people of tr
yuth Carolina, who are interested in th
Ie material development of the State. on
A list of the chartered institutions
taugurated (during the year ending la,
etober 31 is given. It shows that .S m
ew corporations have been formed m
aring the year, with a total capital of
1,085,000 invested. to
Of these, seven are cotton factories V
ith a capital of .1,085,000; sixteen are Jc
inks with a capital 815,000; six are b:
uilding and loan associations with a of
ipital of $335,000; thirteen are cotton- .r
ed oil mills, with a capital of S278,000. fi
These figures would indicate consid- cli
rable advance in the material develop- C
ient of the State and would indicate (
iat we are moving forward. Sl
One thing we notice, however, as con- C
picuous for its absence in the list, is (
die fact that not a single new enterpriseC
as been inaugurated in Newberay dur- y
ig the year. We should have been glad
New berry had some of these four muil-'
on dollars invested. It would help to L
urich our county and town and put ti
rioney in circulation. Possibly we tt
vill come in the list next year.
Rev. W. D. Kirkland, D. D., has
een re-elected editor of the Southern
bristian Advocate by the South Caro
ina Methodist Conference. Dr. Kirk
and is a bold and fearless writer and In
ias made a most excellent paper of the R
dv(ocate. He also writes with ease
nd grace and in a clear and forcible lR
Prohibitionists of Newberry. M
Don't forget that Monday, the 2d of A
December, is the day appointed for an- B
>ther meeting of the Prohibition Com
Think well and seriously of this mat
:er. Questions of less importance have
run nations into war. These nearly b
ilways fight over some question of
property' or finances. Prohibition 1
ouches the cash and the characters- F
xhausts the minds and the morals in n
>ur land. Nine hundred millions of i
lollars are spent for drink annually, 1
mnd sixty thousand drunkards die an- .
nually. Enough whisky is sold from F
the town of Newbery to keep seven b
bar-rooms running and ruin characters, a
the number of which we cannot say. C
[ have heard of one young girl who
has been swooped down upon by a E
whisky devil of that town and her
rharacter ruined. This one is only the
finger board to the den where many
more are incarcerated. Think on all c
the facts that stare you in the face until p
you fall upon your knees, then arise s
and determine by the help of the Lord I
never to cease your efforts, but renew
and redouble them, until the saloons,
the only legalized crime in our land,
shall be no more.
Yours for Prohibition,
J. D. HUGGINS. 1
-BiSHOP HOWE'S NARROW ESCAPE. C
Rescue from Drowning In the sampit by
Brave Friends who Went to his As- C
[Special to the News and Courier.]
GEORGETowN, Nov. 20.-Bishop A
Howe was on the way to All Saints,
Waccamaw, on the steamer Janie. At 'j
the wharf on Samnpit River, in stepping
from the boat to the lighter, his foot
although impeded by his overcoat and
boots, and was rescued by the Rev.
John Kershaw and Mr. J. F. Dozier, I
assisted by several colored boat hands.
The loss of his gold spectacles and a
slight contusion of the hip are the only
Bench and Bar.
[News -.nd Courier,|25th. inst.]
The South Carolina Bar Association c
will meet in the County Court House, at
Columbia on Wednesday, the 11th of i
December, and will be in session Cn
both 11th and 12th. The opening ad- *
dress will be delivered by the president,
the Hon. Charles Richardson Miles, of
Charleston. The first vice president,
the Hon. Edward McCrady, Jr., of 1:
Dharleston, will make an address, in ~
which he will discuss the most note
worthy changes in the Statute law C
luring the past year in all of the diffe- r
Essays on appropriate subjeets will E
:e read by the following gentlemen: B. E
P. Whitner, of Anderson; H. A. M. ~
smith, of Charleston; Walter Hazzard, i
>f Georgetown; W. C. McGowan, of
\ bbeville; J. P. Thbomas, Jr., of Colum
On Thursday evening, in the hall of J
;he House of Representatives, the C
mnnual address will be delivered by
Mr. Richard M. Venable, of Baltimore, ~,
vho is a distinguished lawyer and a c
man prominent in literary circles. The B
xecutive committee, in this instance,
ave deviated from the usual custom of a
saving text writers to deliver the B
mnnual address. Mr. Venable is devoted ~
o his profession anid is engaged in ac- L
ive practice. It is expected that he ?M
vill mtake an able address, and no L
loubt the expectations of the profession c
vill be met. This information is offi- L
The annual dinner will be on Thlurs-~
lay evening, after the address of Mr. P
THE METHODIST CONFERENCE. 0
The 107th Annual Conxference of the T.
The 107th annual convention of the Be
lethodists of South Carolina was held 'F
st week at Camden, S. C., Bishop EUi
Eeener, presiding. Rev. H. F Chreitz- BI
urg was eleted Secretary. many 2
at ters of importance were considered. w
Ve publish to day the list of the ap- SS
ointments, and we give her mu Fs
olumbia Register a .. tems of in.
Tbe doings of the conference, while Gr
ainly comprised in the examination Gi
f the characters of preachers included
ttention to sundry other matters as Fo
ill be found-below.
LPERANNUA TED AND sUPERNUMERA- P
The Committee on Conference Rela- w<
onis reported th rough Dr. S. A. 'Weber,y
i chairman, thtatrsympathetic Pe
id careful consideration of the cases of Pir
rethren referred to them by the Con- P?
rence for the superannuated relation; se
ey recommended for that relation thle wa
lowing: W C. Patterson, ID. W. ~
~ale, Whitefo l-minth, L. N. New- lv
~rry, L. M. Hami~r J. M. Carlisle,
an ning Brown, R. L. Duflie, S. H.
rowne, B. G. Jones, Wmn. Hutto, ,r
mson Jones, S. Leard, W. Carson, spa
.A. Connolly, J. J. Neviile, T. WV.
unnerlyn, W. W. .\ood, Landy /J
ood. R. P. F'ranks, L. C. Loyal, and Cli
They recommexv'ed for the supernu- 84
erary relation, .e following: L. A. G'
>hnson, J. F. 8inith J. A. Wood, E.. Lai
Archer, J. M. Fridv, S. B. Jones, T. NO
'Wanamiaker and P. B. Jackson. Be
Dr. Barb,ee, agent of the Publishing Cat
rusa, Nashville, T1enn. was intr<..-P
iced and made a brief address, ex
tining the reason for delay in tilling
lers for the new hymn book, anid T:
mising every order therefor should l
filled before January 1, 1890. He c
uded to Bishop McTyere in the high- Con
eulogy, and said the collection of
Sserlmons uIIder the title of "Through
e (=ate:" was nie(ting with a large
I)r. 1). 'Morton of Louisville, Ky.,
iurch Extension Secretary, was in
)duced, and the Rev. T. H. Law,
iperintendent of Bible distribution in
is State, made an excellent address
the theme he is so well able to treat.
The election of six clerical and six
- deleRates to represent the Confer
ce at the General Conference which
eets in St. Louis in May next, was
ade the special order for 4 p. m.
The first ballot for clerical delegates
the General Conference resulted in
e choice of A. Coke Smith, with 122
tes; W. ). Kirkland 106, and S. B.
nes with Si) votes. On the second
llot, John 0. Wilson received 85 out
140 votes, and was elected fourth
legate. On the third ballot, R. D.
niart and Samuel Lander were elected
'th and sixth clerical delegates. As
erical alternates, J. M. Boyd and W.
Power were chosen. For lay dele
ites to General Conference, the follow
g were elected: James H. Carlisle,
>artanbnrg: William C. Connor,
biarleston; J. W. Quillian, Easley; A.
Dibble, Orangeburg: L. D. Childs,
lunibia; W. L. (;ray, Laurens. Alter
ites: A. B. Stuckey, Bishopville; T.
. Westerville, Society Hill.
As to next place of meeting for Con
rence J. Walter Dickson spoke for
nderson and W. L. Gray favored
aurens. Later, W. C. Power stated
iat the people of Florence requested
iat that place be chosen. On a votf
sing taken the city of Anderson was
iosen by a decided majority, and the
:te was then made unaninous.
Apooltnents for 1890.
CHA: .ESTON DISTRICT.
J M P.oyd, pres ding elder
Charleston-Trinity, It N Well; Bethel. I
Smart; Spring Street, J T Pate; Cumber
nd, W A Betts.
tinhoy-W S B Ford
erkeley-A R Whitaker
immerville-J E Carlisle
ypress-E B Loyless
idgeville-H W Whitaker
George-G T HaTmon
orth George's-Il C Mouzon
olletoo-W II Ariail
ound O-J W Elkins
a7terboro Station-C W Creighton
ralterboro Circuit-.J C Yongue
:ampton-A B Earle
llendale-J L fifly
lack Swamp-J S Porter
ardeeville-To be supplied by W R Buch
caufort-J B Campbell
W C Power, presiding"elder
Columbia-Washington Street, T F Chrietz
erg: Marion Street, M Dargan, R C Olivei
ipernumerary: city mission. S 1) Vaughan
innshoro-R II J.ones; T 3[ Friday, supernu
airtield-J C Stolt
lvthewoOd-M \V Hook
exington Fork-R L Iloiroyd
txington J w Itrown
aiesburg-8 P H E!well
lmnaton-J Ti Wilson
clgetield-A B Watson
pper St Matthew's-W P Meadora
raniteville and Langley-J W Neely
lken-a A Weber
olumbia Female College-O A Darby, pres
'aine Institn'e-Geo W Walker. prosident
ditor Southern Christian Advocate-W I
A 31 Chrietzburg, presiding elder
hester-W W Daniel
hester Circuit-N B Clarkaon
ossville-C E Wigins
ock Hill-R A Child
ort.h Rock Hill-"J W McRoy
'ork-G H Waddell; L A Johnson, supernu
lacksbnrg-A J Stafford
ing's Mountain-G W Gatlin
ort Mill-E G Price
.ancaster-P F Kilgo
ancaster Circuit-A V Attaway
radeville-George A Pooser
hesterfield-J L Harley
:fferson-J C Copeland.
A J1 Cauthen, presiding elder
okesbury-D Z Dantzier
reenwood-R E Stackhouse
~inetv-Six-M M! Brabham
~onafd's-W L~ Pegues
bhbeville-L F Beatv
bbeville Circuit-A F Beaty. J1 C Abney
1eCormie'k-J M Steadmond
.owndesville-J E Beard
'umbling Shoals-T C Counts
Vaterloo-E P Taylor
orth Edgenleld-A M4 Attaway'
lewbcrry-W S Wiehtmnan
iiC=D.i 1.- H Lnrwton
ticha dsonville-R R Dagnall
arksvi lle-M H Pooser
'rosperit y-J B Traywick
J S Beasley, presiding elder
umter-E T' Hodees
umter Circuit-W L Wait
aynchburg-E 0 Watson
ishopville-J L Schuford
antuc-H M Mood
orreston-JI C Bissell
anning-R W Bar ber
aklana-W E Barr
larendon-W G Gleatona
'amden-E J Mevnardie
lang2i.ng Rock-J C Davis
ichland-D A Calhoun
ast Kershaw-J J1 Workman
vest Wateree-B D Lucas .
John 0 Wilson, presiding elder
lorence-H Bascomn Browno
ars Bluff-Wmn Thomas
arlington-J A Rice
heraw-W M Duncan
heraw Circuit-A H IHeat
ociety Hill-W A Wright
lyde-J E Rushton
arlington Circuit,TJ K McCai
ower D)arlingtoni J WV Murray
imnmonsville-W S Marlin
tinghamn-To be supplied by J M Jones
ast Effinghamn-Tohbe supplied by J N Stone
cranton-S S Blanehard
ake City-W IR Raker.
.ngstree-W II H odges; P B Jackson, super
alers-Uo be supplied by D Durant
eorgetown-W F Capers
eorgetowu Circuit-M H Major
onesville-A W .Jackson
artersville-W B Duncan
A J Stokes, presidilng elder
:arion-W A Rlo'ers
entenarv-W 5 Stokes
riiton's \eck-B 0 Berry
orth Marlboro-JT L Ray
ennettsvlle-J WV Daniel
ennettsville Circuit-W HI Kirton
rightsville-George M Boyd
lenheim-J A Porter
ittle Rock-P A Murray
ullins-.John Owens. .J M Rogers
ittle Pee Dee-J C Chandler
rnwa-J WV lumbhert
:mway Circuit-W 31 llardin.
orn's-JI D Frierson
ayboro-W W Jones
cksville-J A Mood
'accamnaw-N K Melton
ee-D"c M1ission- Iohn Manning
T J Clyde. presiding elder
rangeburg-G P Watsou; T E Wannamaker,
angeburg Circuit-J E Grier
>wer St Mathews-W W Williams
-ovidence-D D Dantzier
-nchville-P F KistIer
L,nberg and Buford's Bridge-J L Stokes
lis'o-Bl M Grier
>er Edilsto-M M Ferguson -
ackvill-J W Ariail
>iling Sprin;re-JT B Platt
-ange-M L Ban)cm
ilisto-B? 1 ongue
nuth u.-iaochville-L S Bellinger
;anton-George WV Davis
SWalter Dickson. presiding elder
eenville-.J A Clifton
eenville Circuiti-J Rt Betts
iville-G R SchafTer
r.h Greenville-A (; Walker
rk Shoals-N G Ballinger; J1 A Wood, super.
illiamston and Belton-W H Wroton
dmot-Thomas C Ligon
derson-C Bi Smith
derson Circuit-To be supplied by J N
~st And'erson-To be supplied by C V
wville-T P Phillips
ndleto-T C O'D)ell
:ks-JT F And'erson
:kens Mission-To be supplied by E M
ica Citv-C II Pritchard
.lhala-M L Carlisle
-stinster-A W Walker
meeC it ission-.J S Aberc,romb,Ie
liamstont Femiale College-S Lander, pres
tJ Herbert. p)residinLr elder
.rtanburg-wA It Richardson; S BI Jones,
ipernumrerary; city mnission. S J nuthea;
F smith. snup.rnnmrierary
on-w I HIe'bert
roke-J P Attaway; E L Archer, super
lh Union-John Attawar
e1ile-Dl P Boyd. M1 B'Kelly
riney City-A A Gilbert
itres-T E Morris
.th Lanrens-W x Clarke
xton--J E Mahaffey
mont-D Rt Brown
apelle-S T Blackman
olet-T M1 Dent
ton -J WV Shell
rord College-A Coke Smith, professor;
John C Kilgo. lnanci-il agent
-anserrd-A McFarland to St Louis Con
.e M P'ike andI John A White to
rida Conference; E D Mouzon to Texas
ference; J S Mattison to Brazil Mission
A CYCLON E NE.U TILE COAST.
I Marion Suffers from the Storm-The Cotton
Factory Rouf Biown off and one of its
Walls Knocked Down.
[Secial to the News and Courier.]
MARIox, S C., Nov. 21.--Marion was
visited this morning by a &vclone on a
small scale about !1 o'clock. Trees,
fences and tops et chimneys were
blown down. The whole of thi western
wall of the Marion Cotton Factory
building was levelled to the ground,
and its new tin roof was completely
carried away and lauded about two
hundred yards from the building. The
wall was of brick.
The oil nill building near at hand
escaped unhurt. A telegraph pole made
of cedar was broken into thrue pieces
by the wind, and in consequence all
trains on the. Wilmington, Columbia
and Augusta Railroad have been tied
up here all day awaiting orders, which
have not coie.
The loss >ii the factory will be about
$1,00). No other serious damage was
done about town.
A HIGH WINI) AT FLORENCE.
FLoitENCE, November 21.-About
9 o'clock this morning our town was
visited by a severe rain and wind storm,
which lasted a few minutes and did no
Later in the day your cosrespondent
was informed on reliable authority
that a cyclone passed through the vill
age of Claussen's in this county, about
ten miles from here, which completely
wrecked the barn and stable belonging
to W. F. Claussen. A mule was caught
in the stable and was very badly hurt.
A negro in an ox cart had just driven
up intending to drive in the stable
when the crash canie. The cart was
deiolished and the negro was caught
in the wreck, but neither he nor the ox
were hurt. very much. I have not been
able to obtain further inforanition as
to the course of the storm or other
damage by it.
A STORM AT NEWBERNE.
RALELIG, N. C., November 21.-A
special to the News and Observer from
N ewberne, N. C., says:
"At 1 o'clock to-day a fearful storm
struck Newberne, coming from the
southwest. The plate and pulp factory
of .. H. Gary, in which there were
sixty hands, was levelled to the ground.
"One employee was instantly killed,
another mortally wounded, and eight
others were injured. The factory was
valued at $60,(0U. The daiage to the
building and stock is estimatel at $S,
000; to machinery, not yet known. The
wind blew a perfect hurricane, unroof
ing houses, blowing down chimneys,
trees and fences. The damage to the
town, while not definitely known. is
The Alilance State Exchange.
[News and Courier.]
CoLUMBIA, Nov. 20.-The county
trustees of all the South Carolina Alli
ances met in the agricultural depart
ment building at 10 o'clock this a. m.,
for the purpose of establishing a State
Exchange. The following directors
were chosen: First Congressional dis
trict, O. P. Riley, Orangeburg; 2d, W.
H. Timmerman, Edgetield; 3d, J. W.
Glenn, Anderson; 4th, J. R. Harrison,
Greenville; 5th, Joel Hough, Lancaster;
tith, J. V. Ferguson, Darlington; 7th,
W. O. Cain, Sumter; Nlessrs .J. C. Colt.
Chesterfield, and J. A. Sligh, New berry,
at large. Six hundre and seventy-seven
shares of $50O each were represented at
the meeting. The trust ees are a renaark
ably fine looking body of nmen.
TIhirty-two counties were represented.
A t to-night's meeting it was determined
that the Exchange should be tempo
rarily located at Greenville. It is prob
able, however, that the management
wvill receive with pleasure offers ol
inducements for its locatiou elsewhere.
The following officers were elected
dent; J. A.:Sligh, New berry, vice presi
dent; WV. 0. Cain, Sumter. secretary;
J. WN. Ferguson, Diarlington, treasurer;
M. L. Donaldson, Greenville, business
Trhe State Exchangre is now fully
organized and will begin active work
as soon as the bonds of the officials are
made out. Its general scope is already
known. It will be the agency by wvhich
farmers in every county can get their
supplies at the lowest wvholesale prices.
It is said that the representatives of
.the Alliance in their sessioni to-day
showed excellent business judgment
and capacity. .They have certainly
elected a good set of officers.
Louisiana Bond Scandal.
NEW ORLEANs, Nov. 23.-The grand
jury have comp lleted their exam ination
of the "baby" bonds showing a fearful
mixture and defalcation of $420,000.
Two more indictments were made
against ex-Treasurer Burke.
A Duty to Yourself.
It is surprising that people will use a
common ordiniary pill wiien they can
secure a valuable English one for the
same money. Dr. Acker's English
pills are a positive cure for sick-head
ache and all liver trouble. They are
small, sweet, easily taken and do not
grip. Sold by Belcher, Houseal & Kib
1er, opposite Postoflice.
An Awful Sore Limb
Skin entirely gone. Flesh a mnais of
dlisease. Le; diminishted one third
in size. Condition hopeless. (Curedi
bay the Cuticuara itemedie.4 in two
an awful sore leg from myv knee dlown to my
ankle; the skin was entirely gone. and! the
flesh was one mass of dimenase. -Some physi
cians pronounced it ineurable. It had di
inishedi about one third the size of ti -
other, and I waLs in a hopeless - .
A fter trying all kinds of reme * .tu pend
ing hundreds of dollars. . . Wich I got no
relief whatevcr. I w, - , rsuaded to try your
(UTICURA RE:.. E.., and the result was as
follows: .'.rte' only three days I noticed a
dlecide(ichanige for the hel ter. and at the cend
ofJ.v:, mouths I was completely cured. Myv
'nii-sh was purified, and the hone (which hadl
heen ex posed for over a year) got sound. The
flesh begran to grow, and to-c'ay. nand for
neariy two years past, my leg is as well as
ever it was. sound In every respect, anid not
a sign of the dliseaseL to be s.een.
s. G. A.u ERN, Dubois, Dodge Co., Ga.
Skin Disease 17 Years.
.I have been troubled with a skin and scalp
disease for seventeen years. Mfy head att imes
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[Special to Charleston World.] T
WASIIINGTON, Nov. 23.-In regard
to the matter of tUe appointment or
Dr. V. P. Clayton, postmaster at Co- F
lumbia, which has been held up by the
postmiaster-general on account of a
letter putlished by Senator Wade
Hampton, in which Mr. Wanamaker ,
was reminded of promises he had made
to the ;senator, First Assistant Post
master-General Clarkson said to your 1
correspondent to-day that the post- ~
master-general had telegraphed to sz
Senator Hampton in reference to the It
appointment, and as, up to this even- t
ing, he had received no reply; the con- t
mission of Mr. Clayton will be for- d
warded to him Monday. I
DR. CLAYTON'S COMMISSION. E
WASIIINGTON, Nov. 26.-The com
nission of Virgil P. Clayton as post
master at Columbia, S. C., was for- h
warded to him to-day. a
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BY CARLISLE & LANE,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
. - E WILL SELL AT PUBLIC
outcry, to the highest bidder, on
Monday, the 2nd day of December next, o
(sale-day), the following Town Prop- e
erty, owned by Abe Foot, of Atlanta,
No. 1. The House and Lot now oc
cupied by M. Foot as a residence, cor
ner of Adams and Harrington Streets, -
containing one-half acre, more .or less. Z
No. 2. One building with three
rooms, and lot fronting 86 feet on
Ganutt Street, running back 198 feet.
No. 3. One building and lot fronting
on Gauntt Street 74 feet, running back
59 feet, on Scott Street. C
No. 4. One building, with two
rooms, and lot, fronting 137 feet on
Scott Street, running back 59 feet.
No. 5. One building lot containing r
about one acre, fronting on Scott Street. 1.
No. 6. One lot fronting 22 feet on d
Pratt Street, running back 100 feet,
adjoining brick store owned by Mrs. 'l
R. L. Paysinger. r
No. 7. Lot fronting 18 feet on Pratt '
Street, running back 100 feet, adjoin- c
inir lot No. 6.
No. 8. One Lot and Brick Building, I
fronting 40 feet on Friend Street, run
ning back 108 feet, and adjoining lot 7. j
Also about fifty thousand bricks.
Terms of Sale: One-half cash; balance '
on credit of twelve months, with in
terest from day of sale, secured by bond I
and a mortgage of the premises. Pur- t
chaser to pay for papers.
CARLISLE & LANE,
Real Estate Agents.
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 20, 1889.
BY AUTHORITY OF AN ORDER
of the Probate Court for Newberry
County, I will sell, for cash, on Satur
day, the 30th day of November, 1889,
at Newberry Court House, at public
outcry, one Saw Mill, of the "Riddell"
make, having a forty-one inch saw,
with twenty-eight --feet carriage, be
longing to the estate of David R. Phifer.
JAS. K. P. GOGGANS,
AL ERSONS INDEBTED TO
AMayer& Mayer, or the under
signed, are notified that they must
settle their accounts.
0. B. MAYER, JE.
October 22nd, 1889.
ROPRTYOF THE NEWBER
PR ORSE BREEDER'S ASSO
CIATION, Will be sold Saleday in
December to the highest bidder for
CASI-. Sold to close business of New
berry Horse Breeder's Association.
T. C. POOL,
Secretary and Treasurer,
N. H.B, A.
Probate Judge's Sales1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Jno. M. Kinard, as adm'r, etc., vs.
Wilson G. Abrams et al.
Complaint to sell land to pay debts. etc.
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
.Lcry at Nowberry C. H., on the First I
Monday in December next, the follow-C
ing real estate of Rebecca S. A brams,
deceased, to wit:
1. The Chupp Place, containing One
Hundred (100) Acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of James Speer, Gil-(
liam Senn, Mary Burton, the Home
Place and the waters of B3ush River.
2. The Senn Place, containing Eigh ty C
(80) Acres, more or less, and bounded
by lands of Emma Senn, the Home I
Place, Belfast Road and Bush River. I
This last named tract will be sold sub-i
ject to the life interest of Mrs. Mary E. ~
Termis: One-third in cash (with priv
ilege to pay all in cash); balance in
one and two years, with interest from
the day of sale-credit portion to be
secured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, and the pur
-chaser to pay for papers.
J. B. FELLERS,
Nov. 6, 1889. J. P. N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COU'T~Y OF NEWBERRY-IN
Elijah Leitzy, as admn'r, etc., vs. Ben- t
lah Leitzy et al. 2
Complaint to Sell Lands to Pay 1
D)ebts, etc. e
I WIL L SEL L AT PUBLIC OUT d
Icry at New berry C. H., on the c~
First Monday in D)ecember next, that si
traict of land of the estate of Henry
Leitzy, dec'd, containin Forty (40) 1
Acres, more or less, and bounded by b
lands of Elijah Leitzy, Walter Ruff,
Jeff. Wicker and others. p
Terms: One-half cash; balance in ci
one year, with interest from day of d:
sale (with privilege to pay all cash)- p'
credit portion to be secured by bond of P]
the purchaser and mortgage of the pre- of
mises, and the purchaser to pay for to
papers. J. B. FELLERS,
Nov. 6, 1889. J. P. N. C. b
STATE 0OF SOUTH C'AROLINA, -
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN Ti
Jno. M. Kinard, as Adnm'r, etc., vs.M
Alphus Eschman et al.
Complaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debts, C c
T WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUTT
Icry at Newberry C. H., on the 1
First'Monday in December next that Fi
tract of land of the estate of Jacob res
Eschman, dec'd, containing Two Hun- coi
ded and Two and seven-tenths (31
(202 7-10) Acrves, more or less, and pl~
bounded by lands of Thos. M. Neel, of
Jo. McKittrick, Dr. Jno. M. Thomp- Ba
on and others. Ca
Terms: One-half cash (with privi- 'J
lege of paying all cash); balance in leg
:me year with interest from day of an<
sle-eredit portion to be secured by da;
bond of thbe purchaser and mortgage by
if t he premises. and purchaser to pay gag
or papers. J. B. FE LLERS,pa
Nv 6,1889 J. P. N. C.
Nrobate 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,
Plaintiff, against Alice E. Miller and
omplaint to marshall assets and sell
laud to pay debts, &c.
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry at New berry Courthouse, on
Lleday in December next, the follow
ig described real estate, belonging to
ie estate of J. Frank Miller, deceased,
-wit: One Tract, containing Two Hun
red and Fifty-eight Acres, more or
ss, and bounded by lands of estate of
besley Davis, F. H. Dominick, Sue
.Miller and others.
One Tract, containing One Hundred
cres, more or less, and bounded by
nds of C. W. Buford, J. N. Martin
ad others, and known as the "Mardis
One Tract, containing Seventy-three
cres, more or less, and bounded by
nds of W. Frank Kelly, estate Wm.
ishop, estate J. G. and Nancy Miller,
ud knov'n as the Lofton Place.
One Tract, containing Seventy Acres,
iore or less, and bounded by lands of
state of Jas. Oxner, Tom Johnson, J.
V. Smith, W. Frank Kelly and estate
f Wm. Bishop, known as the Liberty
[ill Tract, on the following
TERMS, To-WIT: One third of the
urchase money to be Raid in cash, bal
nee in one and two years, in equal an
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
)r 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., vs.
Sallie L. Phifer et al.
omplaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debts,
r WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry, at Newberry Court House,
n Saleday in December, next, the fol
)wing Real Estate of David R. Phifer,
eceased, to wit:
1. The Crosby Tract, containing
'wo Hundred and Fifty (250) Acres,
:ore or less, and bounded by lands of
'hos. Duckett, Albert Anderson and
2. The Law Tract, containing One
lundred and Fifty (150) Acres, more
r less, and bounded by lands of Alfred
)enson, Benj. Byrd and others.
3. The River Mill Tract, containing
wo Hundred and Sixty-five (265)
teres, 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)
tcres more or less, and bounded by
ands of W. H. Whitmire and others.
5. The Epps Tract, containing Seven
3undred (700) Acres, more or less, and
>ounded by lands of J. E. Brow n, dec'd,
rhos. Phillips and others.
6. The Cromer Tract, containing
)ne Hundred and Eighty-five (183)
kcres, 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)
xeres, more or less, and bounded by
ands of I'hos. P- A brams, Lee H. Sims
Lnd 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 Place, con
~aining Two Hundred and Fifty-foum
254) Acres, more or less, and bounded
ylands of Alex Byrd, Wesley Sims,
[hn Rice and others.
10. The Herndon Mill Tract, con
aining Forty-five (45) Acres, more er
Dckett; Thos. Whitmire, trustee, and
11. The Corwin Tract, containing
)ne Hundred .and Fifty (1.50) Acres,
nore or less, and bounded by lands of
L. H. Sims, Chas. Tid marsh and others.
Terms of Sale: One-fourth of the
>urchase money to be paid in cash; the
>alance in one and t.wo equal annual in
talments, with interest from the day
f sale-credit portion to be secured by
ond of the purchaser and mortgage of
he premises sold. Purchaser to pay
Plats of the above mentioned lands
vill be exhibited on day of sale.
At the same time and place' I will
ell the following real estate of said
leceasTed located in the Town of New
Ierry, to wit:
1. The Store Lot, fronting 42 feet on
soyce street and running back 110
eet on Nance street and adjoining lot
if M. A. Carlisle.
2. Lot on corner Nance and Har
ington streets, on which is located
welling-h ouse, livery stables and other
>ildings, .and adjoins lots of M. A.
Jarlisle, James McIntosh, Y. J. Pope
nd T. C. Pool. -
Terms: One-third cash; balance in
ne and two equal annual installmients,
vith interest from day of sale-credit
ortion to be secured by bond of the
urchaser and mortgage of the prem
ses; the purchaser to insure property
nd assign policy, and to pay for papers.
J. B. FELLERS,
Nov. 6, 1889. J. P. N. C.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWVBERRY-IN
COURT OF PROBATE.
fary Emma Lake a.s Administratrix,
&c., of Thomas M. Lake, deceased,
and in her own right, Plaintiff.
larvin Lake and others, Defendants.
omplaint to sell land to aid ersonalty
in payment of debts, &c.,&c.
BY VIRTUE OF THE DECRE
tal order of the Probate Court for
le County and State aforesaid, dated
1 October, 1889, 1 will sell at Newberry
ourt House, S. C., on the first Monday
iDecember next, the following real
tate belonging to Thomas M. Lake,
eceased.o wit: The "Caldwell Place,"
mtaining one hundred and ninety
veni acres more or less, in one or more
ircels, bounded by lands of Mrs.
[ary Emma Lake, Mrs. Texanna
uber, Alexander C. Welch and others.
ne-third of the purchase money to be
tid in cash, and the balance on a
edit of ]2 months with interest from
ty of sale-to be secured by bond of
irchaser and mortgage of the
emises. Purchaser to have privilege
paying his entire bid in cash-and
pay for papers.
J. B. FELLERS.
3. P. N. C.
Fifth day of November, 1889, New
rry, S. C.
IE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
[N PROBATE COURT.
irgaret C. Wicker, as adm'x, etc.,
vs. Mary Baker et al.
nmplaint to Sell Land.to Pay Debts,
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry at N ewberry C. H., on the
st Monday in December next, the
, estate of WVm. M. Wicker, dec'd,
taining Three Hundred and Sixteen
6) A cres, mnore or less, in three tracts,
ts whereof will be exhibited on day
sale, hounded by lands of Calvin
ker, Wmn. A brams and Dr. R. C.
emrs: One-half eash (with privi
e to pay the whole bid in cash); bal
e in one year, with interest from
Sof sale--credit portion to be secured
bond of the purchaser and mort
e of the premises, and purchaser to
3. B. FELLERS,
nv. 6,189. 3. P. N!' CI
OWING TO THE EXTR
during the entire Fall,
ing SUITS of every kind, and
we desire it to be at this s
therefore, this day, Nov. 28th,
Department and cut prices d
We give you, then, this
First Glass as M
Second Class sitt
W E PROPOSE TO C
Plantation Boots and Sfioi
A Grand Line of Men's an
or boy in the County, ran
and in inseam from 28 to 36
Mark down "is the word," and if yc
you will be convinced that we are"not ti
Remember our terms during this
CASH TO ALL.
IF YOU INTEND
it will pay you
FTE GRADE PARLOR
AND SOLD EXCLUSIVELY
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