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EVERY THURSDAY AT
NEWBERRY, S. C.
-OLD THANKSGIVING FUN.
mage Recalls a Thanksgiving of H is
)e Witt Talmage, D. D., in Ladies'
H'ow my mind is crowded with
nksgiving memories! On no other
does my memory become such a
'eidoscope, and as I sit here in my
ened room and write, almost every
ute the scene changes. I give to
kaleidoscope of memory a turn, and
re they are, natural as life, around
country hearth on a cold winter
t. I hear the hickory fire crackle,
d see the shadows flit up and down
wall. Games that sometimes well
i upset the chairs-"Blind-Man's
," "Who's Got the Button," "The
ping Corn," "The Molasses Pud
ng," and the witch stories that
e the neighbors' boys afraid to go
me after dark. Hickory nuts on
e dish, roseate apples on the other.
e boisterous plays of "More Bags on
be Mill," "Leap Frog," "Catcher,"
nd and around the room until
some one got hurt and a kiss was of
>fered to make up the hurt, the kiss
more resented than the hurt. High
old time! Father and mother got up
-and went into the next room because
they could not stand the racket. Then,
instead of compunctions of conscience,
a worse racket. The mothers and
ives came in the afternoon, all wrap
up from the'cold, and their feet on
foot-stove. When they got warn
d took out their needles and sal
n it was a merry group and full ol
eis Once in a while a needle woule
-p and make'a bad scratch upon th(
haracter of some absentee, but for tb
most part it was good, wholesome talk
And in the evening when the younE
- people came and the old people wer(
in one room and the young people ir
anotner, in the latter there was som(
lively stepping, while the black bo3
played "Moneymusk"; even grand
father in the next room, who had dis
tributed many tracts on the sin o
ancing, was seen to make his heel go
It seemed to me a great fuss and i
great gathering to get one quilt made
But the fact was, that good neighbor
hood was quilted, warm sympathie:
were quilted, life-time friendships wer
quilted, and connubial bliss wa:
quilted. And they stayed late. An<
such plays as you had in that bacl
room when you joined bands, and on,
of the loveliest stood in the ring
What a circumference to what a cen
I ut now the scene is fading out
The old fireplace is down, and th<
house is down with it. One of thos<
boys went to sea and was never hear<
of. Another became squire in a neigh
boring village. Another went to col
Slege and became a minister. Ano the
died the following summer, until nov
eyare all gone !
The Wonderful Activity Continues to Sprea'
*Despite Wall Street's Flurry.
~.The Manufacturers' Record of No
i~vember 15, says :
The excitement in Wail Street,i
Slong continued, would necessarily hav
an injurious influence upon all lines o
..buiiss in all sections of the country
but as trade and manufacturing in
terests everywhere are prosperous, it 1
not probable that the stock jobbing op
erations of New York will have more
than a temporary effect upon genera
business. Under any circumstances
though, the South is in a better posi
tion to stand even a panic than an:
M ter section. It has gathered bi
crops that will aggregate in value fol
the year nearly $1,000,000,000, its cottor
alone, including the seed, counting uj
this year between $450,000,000 anc
$500,000,000, every dollar of whichi
will draw from the North and Europe
Its farmers are practically out of debt
and many of them have a good surplus
its manufacturing interests are pros
perous, and its railroads are crowdec
with freight traffic. The whole Soutt
is ad.ncing rapidly, and if dependenl
r.pon its own financial resources coulc
stand the strain far better than th4
West. But the enormous shrinkag4
in stock values in 'Wall Street wil
tend to drive money from that cente:
of wild speculation to safer invest
ments in Southern development and
manufacturing interests. The dechie
in 3 stocks on the New York Ex
change since November 1 representsa
$100,000,000, and the people who have
seen fortunes swept away like this will
prefer to put their money elsewhere i
the future. The daily accumulation of
wealth in the United States is enor
mous, and it must find a field of invest
ment somewhere. Driven from Wall
Street speculations, and no longer find
in any profitable openings in the
WVest as in former years, it must in
evitably turn to the South. Thus, in
stead of Wall Street's flurry injuring
the South, it will help) to drive a still
larger volume of money this way
he past wee shows continued
activity in the organization o,f in
dustrial enterprises and of town
building companies. Salem, Va., leads
o with an appropriation by the se.v
eal land c-ompanies there of $500,000
in cash to secure the establishmenit
there of a rolling nmill, cottou mill, car
works and other enterprises ; in Buena
Vsita a $1,000,000 company has been
organized to build basic steel works,
ad three improvement andl building
copanies with an aggregate capital
oof$300,000 have been started in the
sme place; Glasgow has organ ized a
$100,000 car works company ; Noirfolk,
with three land improvement companies
a capital of $700,000 ; Wheeling, W. Va.,
is to have new steel works; atVicksburg,
Miss., a 600,000 phospate company has
been chartered, and at Aberdeen, in
the same State, a $50,000 machine shop
company ; at Algiers, La., a $75,000
brewry will be built ; Bessemer, Ala.,
hs organized a $100,00t' pipe manu
facturing company ;Baltimore, a $:200.
00& ompany ; Bartow, Fla., a $50,000
manufacturing company ; Blacksburg,
e n -em nstove- foundry;- Rusk.
Tt-xais, a :-,3cmat obldo
iro,; fornufe. ::ndt'. 6A~- a -,
000 ice' fa,,,tory. TA"'hc-v enter pri so-,
scattere-d all over the South, show how
widread is the .:tivitY that ;s seen
fror -Taryland to Texas. Without
any fictitious sla'ion or wild :oom
lng the Southl is steadiy pressing for
wardl, building new towns, new rail
roads, new factories and1 furnaets, and
everywhere shows evidence of activity
CONSUMPTION COUGH oR COLD
BRONCHITIS Thrcat Affection
SCROFULA WastIng of Fleh
Or any Disertso where the Throat and Lungs
cre Inflamed, Lack of Strength or Kerve
Xoccr, you can be relieved and Cured by
PURE COD LIVER OIL
PALATABLE AS MILK.
Ask for Scott's .Emu7sion, and let no ex
pzanatioy& or soucitatio& in<ace you to
accept a substitute.
Sold by al Druggists.
SCOTT & BOWNE.Chemlsts, N.Y.
CURES r SYPHILISJ
Phscians endorse . P. P a. 0 splendid com.Anat on
and prescribe It with great tati.m on for the cur 0 all
fornas and stages of Primary. , daz and Tertiar
. phims. SypZilt chatism. Scroou *a
1ores. Glandular Swllin.. Rhenmatism. Malaria o
(brotiic Ulcerb that havr e 1to all tramtmeut. Catrrh.
r Plum CURES
I PO P0
.kit F aos. Eczema. Chronic Female Complants, Xer
5 curial PoL o a 2 or. Sca'.-l 1al Ric, Etc.
S1. 1 . 'i r tu an excellent apetirer
. ui=uI.g up the syswml "zad
Ladles whoga sms a igoned and whose blood i im
man impure caditon du- to menitrual irr--gularitie are
- auliarly beneated by the wonderful .onic and blood
Ceanslig propertie or i' 1. 1- *rickly Ath, Poke Root
- and Potaaium
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors,
Druggists, Lippmanl's Block. SAVANNAH, GA
WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT
The followin isZ a,n extract from aI letter wtri
lte > the Worldl teowned\Evlag- st
"I returned from Tvlecr, Texaas. on teC
Inst. I toin mvwife'has been: takmna loa
Germetue"r to te GRE.\T Ul'IULL.t)ING(.
her physical syste'm. he isow msttfr't
fromt tih' distressiung headaches w:th which u
hals been: aL MA itrY R for twety years. .Sf1-e!
it has dote wondetrs for her I I w1.1 F El
PoOR SUFFER[NO WIFE IIAD ACCEs" 10
ev. J. R. Hawthorne, Pastor First Iat!<
church. Atlanta. Ga., was Curtel of a long sat.d
ing case of C'atarrh. is wi 'e had been n '
valid front nervous headache. nientalaiand
rhuratism FORl THIIRTY' YEARS. acarce'ly
hain aL (lay's exemption fronm pain. After
takina Rloyal G;erm:etuer two mnonths.,he write's:
"A niore comlplete transfoIrmaItion I have nev'e"r
witewed'f. EVERY SYMIPTON OF DISEASE HAS
DISAPPEARED. She appea:rs to ibe twenty yeaIrs
vaun:er, and is as haippy and playful as a1
helhycild. we have' persuade. many of ou r
'frnd to take' th'' medicin:e, and the' testi:uonyi
of a 1f l'h-m is t hat it is a reat remedly.
r. Kimi's Roywal G;erm:e:uer is a b'oon to
w on. I' builds up the strength. in'rease' to'
lpeie is di::'stion. r,'lieve's them ofth
I i' infatle enr.' for Rtheumiatism. N
ral"ia. Para!yvsi. In'aomn ia. Dy spe tsia. I d:
;:cstion.Pa!p ~iat:io. Live'r. lladderaind Kide
bie's's, Chlis and Fevers. C'a:arrh. al 1,loon
Promped by a desire, to reaIch more sufre'i'v
peop*l,h price has bee'n redneed fromu i'.7t
-l.. per concentIraIted bottle,v whic'h iask'on
.411M of r':'dicine as pe'r diorect. ins ac'ompa-4~
tying etch bo:tl". Fo4r tah1' he I he
ATLANTIC GERMETUJER CO. Atlanta. Ga.
:and' by Drurrists. IU your Irur:: xt ('an: not
su ;IPtvyool, it c'an hi' snt 'yex r .
31.g':ud stamp for fli particu'l?arl., c"rtif
Icates ot won deriul eures, etc.
LIPPMAN BROS., Proprietors.
Druggists, Lippmtan's Block, SAVANNAH. GA.
FIRE, CYCLONES AND
ifritepublic that wecare pre-I
pared to insturei property aWtintst loss by~
I rire, Cyvcloues and Tornladoes.
Y our patronagoe islMieh(itedi.
BURTON & WVILN, Aents.
Nee erry, S. C.
Ira Ster's Sales.
ST'ATE OF SOUTH CAlO LINA,
NEWBEllIty (COENTY -IN t'031
G. B. Caldwel, as Adininistrator, kc.,
of Joseph Caidwell, deMcsed, Plai
tifl' against Angelina C. C.d well and
Co:nplaint to St-ll and to A:l in Pay
mnent of Debts. N
I N PUISU;ANCE tF THE ORDEI
of his Honor jud-ge V. 11. Wallace,
I will sell at public outcry, att New
berry Court House, vin -Nloni., the
first day of Decei.her, 1s), to the
hig-hest bidder, in parcels to be lixtd
byconnaissioners, all te real e;state of
.Joseph Cald well, deceased. in 'ew
berry Coultv, except the Brooks piace,
vccupied by F. W. iiggins and his
wife, anld except also a tract to emnbrace
the residence of said d-ceased. and re
served un1til deterinination of boune
stead clai:ns. Pats will lie in tilt at
the Master's Oflice, and wiil be ex
hibited on d:v oisale.
Ternis of Sale : Otnc-third cash, ba,il
ance if purchase noney payable in on-,
and( two vears, with interest froni day
of sale, anIld sevureid y honl and iort
gage of prumises, with leave to aitici
pate pavmnlts. Purchser to pay for
I LAS JOHNTN E. Master.
Mlaster's Ollice, 8 Nov., lN
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNT1'Y OF NEWBERtRY-IN
COCRT OF COMMON PLEAS.
The British and American Mortgage
Comipany[Limlited], Plaitntill, against
Moses Speariian ail Jaies K. P.
Conplaint for Foreclostre, &c.
I N PURSUANCE OF TH E ORDElA
of His Hotor W. H. Wallace, Cir
cuit Judge, I will sell, at Newberry
Court House, on iMonday the Ifirst iay
of December, 1890, at public outery, to
the highest bidder, all that tract of
land ill Newberry Counity, containuig
One Hundred and Fifty-eight and
Three-tenths \cres, more or less, boun
(led by lands of John A. WNerts, Joihn
W. Reeder, Willis Spearinan and
STFEms oF SALF:-OW -third of the
purchase money to be paid in cash, the
balance of the purchase ()in a credit of
one and two years froni day of sale,
with interest front day of sale, to be
secured by bond of purchaser and niort
gage of the premises, with leave to an
ticipate payment in whole or im part.
SILAS JOHNtETONE. M:u-ter.
Master's Office, Nov. 10, IS110.
STATE OF SOUTH CAIOLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBEIt Y-1 N
John M. Kinard, Adm'r, vs. Eloise M.
Brown and others.
BY ORDER OF TIE COURT
herein, dated 7th October, 1890,
I will sell, at public outcry, before
the Court House at Newberry. on
the First Monday in December, 1810,
the real estate of JefTerson E. Brown,
in the county and State aforesaid, as
All that lot of land in the town of
Newberry, containing half an aere,
more or less, and bounded by lands of
Mrs. Sallie E. Broaddus, Caldwell
Street, Johnstone Street and Nance
All that other lot (If land in the town
of Newberry, containing one acre and
seventy-seven hundredths, nmore or
less, a11(d bounded by lands of Mrs.
Mary Glasgow, Wright Street, Brook
lyn Street and Cline Street.
Andl all that tract or plantation of
land, in the County of Newherry, con
taining eleven hundred and seven acres,
more or less, andi bounded lby lands of
Thomas WX. Abrams, land formrerly
owned by D). R. Phifer, deceased, the
estate of .John McCarley, dec'd, and
Solomion Hatrgrove, djeceaIsed. WThis
trct will be sold in four separate par'
eels, by plats thereof, to be exhibited
at the sale.
TE.RMs:-Purchasers will be required
to pay one-third of the purchase money
in cash, and to secure the balance, pay
able in one and two years, with interest
from the day of sale, by bonds and
moi tgages of the property, and to pay
for papers. The purchasers of the half
acre toIwn lot will be further reqjulred
to keep the dwelling thereon inisured
for five hurndred dollars.
SILAS .JOHNSTON E, M[aster.
Master's Office, .5 Nov., 1S90.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF N EWBERRY. IN
The Nt:ti >nlal Bank of Newherry, S. C.,
vs. WXise Brothers et al.
public outery b,efore the Cournt H ouse,
at Newberrv, on thle first Mondoy ini
D)eceber, 1890, all thaIt tract of land
in the Countyv and State afors:aid, coni
tai ning sixty ac(res and2( a four thl, mtore
or less, and'1houn ded byv land1(S of A
oore, Joe Gray, Elizaibetht Loing, .1.
M. Wicker and ot hers.
Tfs:Ms: T1he plurchanser wvill be re
qunired to pay1 on-third of the purchase
oney inl cash, and to secure the paly
nient oft the balanice in onie and two
vears withi inte-rest frorzl dhiy of sale, by
a bond and nmortgage of the p2renises.
Pu rchaser toI pay for paperst.
SI LAS .JOHNTSON E, faster.
Masters' Ohlice, 4 N:iv., 1S;tin.
COUNTY OFE NE-WBlltitY-lN
George U. DeWalt, PlaintifF, anrainst
hereini, I wvill sell aot pub lic ottry,
befre th e (Couirt hou~1se- at. N ewV rry, en
t2e 11rr. 3i10:2v3 in I ),en.bo-r, Isn9,
Trct Ni. 1, of tibe It i:ne Phe, elln
t:1in2g One 1 finndr.il :tl sixty-Six
iy r:'-t No. 2, lbuds of J. B.:1 nio - 8.Q
16 -l-r"s, \Ihs. [o.inn.- Neil :222l1 Tract
N.4, 4f i Jonies Ilaic.
1Tract Nio.2, cl h- ii bonc iPh:., (eOn
t:iintig Nin22(. -ThrI I' : arres. itiore
or less, :uol b,Onah-d byv Tr,:wt Nis. 1
and :;, l:col2s ofi J. 8;. :i':l L Q. Fe!!ers,
:iS.!~ A.nr oL F les: ;t bnos <'rleek.~
Tract1 No. :', of teilme or hl's, :enn
arr i,nrtl 12') leiS il nss, :132(1b.
TractiiNo. l, h:uols of .li. alv:init Neil,
L-stie nd.J anons Miireek.o rat N
Tani o. 4 oi he,cnann
bunded- Ii ve hids ot-af ir Fanie N-eil
nd Tr:-ts Ni' s. : ni .
Tract N.57, J1oes 111i'. cintain2ing
fourt (12 ; ares iir o ls-.:
boun tS byti'i h nt of I rs. lin( e Nel
SIan LA RHST N. \:su
Tr t NCr'. 5:11cc N. 4h19
Proba te Jtd ye's Sales
stATvI-2 OF )i'Tli (U' ;
C W: STY ()F -' N-.\! :t 'N
21:Icry i'. MiG: eis. I in i :.w b ,ii=
aii a -xel-nrix or t*I vi; ''I
I ( r dra-, 1 l 1l' : i- 1'. o1 ni
CI p Ir D r :i t ! :1
Esaein Ahiji'tmn ofj I he
-p tri nnti .I() O - I' .i:l IN
CourtC H-:o t:tbeIi t on i. inl
iiie iiinb.-r . o. :: :h :t irnvt of '1:!.:
of wilitIh'; :m n a.Ae::w clied
.el :ti p('.rei,i ili tirb'l i ihe
iD r : i nrl :t1 SI i i :'ite Acres,
ni ru t:r e i le I :al i binde bt.v haU ! l'.i f.e
tol!p *i I ~j . . I lCi,. l I
oJ. ;b, Tn: W.Kitt, EliZa
11arri, a . S.i 1 ' 1 N. r .
Ternn.: Ot i -thijr< o t"It. pu-Irhei
Inolev lto .; in ae:! tht b:td:an v I inI
tw(, in ;11 :; m il.i -a, 'Il h\in -
leest fror <day of:. il , w 1i triviv.:,e
to purchas t; p.-er t to py tle l ole (f his
ilo inl cash, or nv p:ir[ of the vrelit
sceitlIrd1N liel (I th. :.ICrLaid a
portion at sae.,a d i1 1alp ili
to:ih te erid it portio the reof:liC toi b
secred by o alef I'v Ierhs :'Ll Ida:N
to p:a for ii.er-fs.
11101 ~:ic ut lli5C. FFItI.lla,et
Nov. 7, 1 .
sT.\TE~ OF - I 'A I \11( 1A
('OLNT )L 'E N E\EltitY-I N
TH E10 ( 1. I(T OF l'A I'()(IlIFTiE.
.10hn, M. Kin:ard, as Adrministrzitor, ki-.,
of 14-ij:aluill H. d1:bi,<evvascd,
Plainti ll, .ai ltusi - . :.vbnm,
:td atrs, I)efen :nta ts.
IN (TRSI~ANl-:OF THlECOURTD
oft thle P'rih:tte Court f"'Ir thle :aid
'oulity and -:tated d:ittl i Iovell'hcr,
1 will s i' t- tl, :nt public betere, zt,
CNewherr ('ouse r , on M <he.,
i he first dav if toeer ther,] !, the
iglest bida er, adll ith rval .Stat4 of 1.
11. M viednd, <ht ctsed. lsin inie
Tn.e-l (if\rc, A.r,nore o tess, in tracts
to bv <desi4lialed Iy comlIiss(I,er :Hp
poined f.,r it hai imrpoiw, p,-ti of whie
will be filed in the sait Cturt anil ax
hiblited nt sal. l
to be paid in cnSh, tah balance ona
credit of one;t anid t wo years fronm dl.y
o'sale, with interest fro*u (:y of s:v
fro sdared by hwale of purchaser :md
i.ort'rhe f prentoise. Purihase to
pay for papers.
.1. . FE!A L-:1Z.;, J. I'. N. C.
Nov. 7, 1890.
STATE OF SOUT!H ('AROlINA
COUNTY OF NI.:W E I Y- I _N
I' I(01ATE . CO 'iZT.
Cornelio G. (;rvneker, s Exectrix,
ic., Plaiitill, against l a A. .l l-s,
e t al., Defendants.
Complaint to Sell Lane, &c.
B Y R)E: OF THE COURT
'.crein, <Intedl Novemliber S, 1-SIM,
I willss 11 at public outry, before the
Court Houst at N wberr, S. C., oi the
,ist Mondayiber, I )l .ithattradr
real est:tte of whichlTi:(ireed
<diedt SeiZed an1d po0- c eti, satnate inl thet
Town of Newwrr S. C., con 1 tainilni
One-hiali if One Arv, morer or less, an<
boundted north by Frindio Street, east
by Adamiss-,Ireet, south by the Metho
Clist church property, westi A by Caldvell
Street. This property will be sold as a
whole, or in parcs to be determined
o n or before day of sale.
annle intelmeunths, with interest o
fryof ale ofraedi pocrted by be o
p(iuirchae :y bndnirge of the psrerud
iss.Z Puebater to haepivlgeo
pyin rl as, ndy fo payfrs paer
A.I. FEL. ERSIDPEN
STATE' OF" SOi'TH CAlROLINA
CO(UNTYOFLA NEN IN PiXO
BA T CORT.~ xEUTO
Trn .asiie i e cr Thompso,las Ad Iilatr
&icl, of Jan A.iili the firs dceasd,
vlintif ) , aga.1 in t l iam *A. p hlls
mer:as et SalDefenantl.Prcse
Sii is(ll e atopbli ou,r 1t8Ne.
be cry :Cr Hose on tedhe,rs '\ontay
ain Decembe:r, Lic, allmthait taoan
he .J~anA chraniesded,eze
red t m ve((10 lites,reo es
an<ll) boundely M:ie of Ebenezer.
Chaner,llia tnr A.Calmers,Lizzi
r;*c. Brin J.he Coz. Spece and Mr.
a credit~ of oney and yasind eqlf'
l.~a6 ofi. sale.~I Credit pho.i r tl,ioniato be~,
mor tgagen of the prenliisesT-..,i' nai,.
IT.\i OF iTI ('RLTA
(-IUN Y OF* N ri Eli
Y ilag EOFAiEECiTO
sTATE 01< SOUTH CAROL1NA,
OF COMIMON PLEAS.
Thomas F. Harmon, in his own right
and as Ex'or of -Mary E. Harhion,
deceased, Plaintiff, against F. W.
Wagener & Co., et al., Defendants.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT IN
this case, I will sell at publicoutcry
before the Court House at Newberry,
on Saleday in December next, the fol
lowing real estate of which 3Iary E.
Harmon died seized and possessed, si; -
uate in said County and State, posses
sion to be given 1st January, 1891.
1. That lot of land in the town of
Newberry, containing one acre, more or
less, and bounded by Boundary and
Drayton Streets and lots of Mary E.
Warner and others.
2. All that tract of land containig
One Hundred and Seventy Acres, more
or less, and bouuded by lands of Geo.
G. DeWalt, and other lands of said tes
tatrix, by Kinard's Ferry Road and
by Bush River.
3. All that tract of laud containing One
Hundred and Forty-nine Acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of F. II.
Dominick, Geo. G. DeWalt and oth-r
lands of said testatrix and by Bush
4. All that tract of land e ii
One Hundred and Five Acres, nmre or
less, and bounded by hinds of Williain
Laugford, Estate of W. A. (line. \V.
M. Lane and trust estate of Irs. Mlaiy
A. Wardlaw, and separated by public
road from lands of F. H. Doniiick- -
this tract will be sold in smaller par
Plats of the farm lauds will be ex
hibAted on day of sale and in mii-an
time may be seen at the Master's ofice.
TERMS: One-third of the purchase
money in cash, and balance ou a credit
of twelve months with interest from
day of sale, to be securd by bond of
purchaser and a mortgage of prenises
sold, with leave to purchaser to antici
pate his payments in whole or in part.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNS 'ONE, Alaster.
Master's Office, 12 Nov., 189J.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
OF CO.1MON PLEAS.
Catherine Coats vs. Joseph E. Glenn.
By ORDER OF COURT HEREIN,
I will sell at public outcry, before the
Courthouse at Newberry, on the first
Monday in December, 1890, the follow
ing lanIs of Joseph E. Glenn, deceased,
in one or more tracts: Twenty-three
Acres, more or less, bounded by Bush
River and lands of Jas. 0. MIeredith,
E. P. Lake, George Leonhirth and
estate of W. A. Chue, deceased.
TERMs:-One-third of the purchase
money in cash, and the balance in two
equal annual installments, with inter
est from the day of sale, to be secured
by a bond of the purchaser and mort
gage of the premises, with privilege to
Purchaser-to pay for papers.
SILAS JOtNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 7 Nov., 1890.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
Win. B. Boinest, Administrator, vs.
M\ary R. Boinest et al.
BYORDER OF THE COURT, I
will sell at public outcry, before the
Courthouse, att Newberry, on the first
Monday in December, 1890, all that
parcel or tract of land, in the County
and State aforesaid, containing Sixty
two and One-fourth Acres, and bounded
by Cannon's Creek, by tract No. 1 and
lands of Mrs. E. A. Boinest, this tract
being No. 2, and set apart to the estate
of John B. Boinest-aud will be sold
by plat thereof.
TER31S:-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay one-third of the purchase
money in cash, and to secure the bal
ance payable in one and twvo years, with
interestfrom the day of sale, by a bond
and mortgage of the premises-with
leave, however, to the purchaser to an
SILAS JOHNSTONE, MIaster.
MIaster's Office, 7 Nov., 1890.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBRRY-IN
George G. DeWalt, Plaintiff, against
Thomas R. Workman, as Assignee of
Preston Brooks Workman, and
Agent of Creditors and Eliza J. Rece
BYODER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public out
cry, before the Courthouse at New
berry, on the first Mionday in Decem
ber,'1890, all that tract of land sit uate
in said County and State, containing
Three Hundred and Fifty Acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of or for
merly of MIary E. Cooley,estate of Susan
C. Satterwhite, deceased. B. F. Griffin.
i. W. A tchison, estate .Jamzes B. Chap
pell, deceased, and F. H. D)ominick.
Terms: One-tnird of the purchase
money to be paid in cash ; the balance
payable in one and t wo years, wi:h in
terest from day of sale. secured by bond
of the p)urchatser and( a mortgage of the
premises, with leave to the p)urchlaser
to anticipate his payment in whole or
in part. Purchaser to pay for papers.
SIL AS JOH NSTONE, MIaster.
aster's Office, 8 Nov., 1890.
ri".T OF" SOUT H ('AROLINA
C OUNTlY OF" NEWBERRY--IN
J. Sieon Bickley, et al., Plaintifis,
against Sarah A. Buckley, et al., De
B Y ORDER OF THiE COURT,
herein, i will sell at public out
cry, b,efore the Court House at New
berry. onl the first Mfonday in D)ecem
er 1S90, thle real estate of Sampson
Bickley, dlCeeased, situate in the State
and County aforesaid, containinig N ine
ty 9') Acres. more or less, and bounded
by lands of J. C. Schumpert, Mrs. Liz
zi Shunmpert, J. (C. D)ominick, A be
Hall, J. P'. Blair andI others.
T fl:Rois: One-third of the purchaiise
money~t to be paid ini eish; thle b alancte
payable in t welve mionithls,withI itetre'st
fro~m t he day of sale, seecured oy bond
f le pu11rehaser antd trt gatge of the
premises. Punrchaser to pay fori papers
with the privilege of payinig entire bid
SIl .S JO!HNSTON E, Master.
aster's Olilice, S Nov., 18%t(.
STATVE OF" SOUTh! ARO L IN A
NWi:mlUmY (COUN FY--COURT
01' COM MON PLh EAS.
J tsehl ( 'aidl well, as Ad mi nist rator, &te.,
if ThomiasWilsoni (Cald well, dv< eased,
'laint ill; .gainst Jamies N. MIarti n,
as .dnm'r, &c., of Geo. Blair, deceas< di,
dantedI h>yenb er 7, .'s7, I will
el, tt pub;1lit ontery biefore t lhe Cou'rt
louse at Newh;erry, 'n thi first M ii
da ;v ii lie)vember'i, 159(1. all I hat Ti .et
ifI ad in id ci ('ouniaty :u'1 State eon
taningi~ Tw\eiity Aer's, miore~ or ht'.s,
andu bounedi.'l biy latids ini poses5ioni o)f
thehae :11i'being thle landtt wheiarion the
l ute . WV. ('aldwell resided at thle tirne
of his death.
TEoiMs: Th'le purchaser w"ilhlbe per-~
ntted to payv the whole bid in eash ,
otherwise otne-t hi rd of the pu rchaase
mony will be required ini cash and the
balance payable itn t welve mionthis, with
interest thereon from the day o.f sale,
securedl b a bond1( of the purchaser anid
a mortgage of the premnises. P'urehiaser
to pay for papers.
SI LAS .JOH NSTON E, Master.
3-. : T. 1:ob. r, :: .:'iis Ho
"w f pr-I. havt- the pi ivilwge
at i-nat Tb:5ai:,'vinIe- <!inner, for ti
si;. r. o 10.:-t the mnijority of ii
-i i ne : a di-tan fr,m tl
ahum:t mrot of our lrgr citie
AAut f : tii.e .m:x-eess of a dinni
d eatly pn the tact and ta
e.-t of th h1ouewife. If -he hzs ti:
Power to h!,i t appetite of hergues
ui th1 d1 of a tlh()rou,gly goc
dwner.Au:n u,-ure th.t:n gettin;g
fro-'. hr tale in t conifortabie <tate I
' 11: 1 minn eo.I an artis
aIIIf w. '.10 I 'M'oli'v have tie owl
t o e:a l'tvely di::n,r, even in il
iliid't Ia forest.
Do wit att-nipt a m.ad dininer, bt
Sat,!-"*.aCtryJ, oie. Begin yoi
dJinnler, if it 's c:i1ve-ieint, with thr(
('vStVr to eai_h . st. This nav seel
a siul1 :tiowance, but it is preferab
to the cnvel tiona six. Have tI
I illel with I'rLCkel ice anti Nie
lv :riihed v.i ih water-cress, the ov:
ters in their deep sheils, neat"y di:
pose<l of in the ie. Let your table L
well lail with the best china you po.
ses-, anli a sptle.y white table-clotl
Allow no <lingy-looking goblet or du
silver tz. dIcstroy the whiteness of tl
linen or the brigihtness of the tabl
Carl tInsoi tells us, "Over and ov4
again he( has generous feasts tran
formed izto barbaric meals by the lac
of clean platc;, clean forks and clea
BROWN'IS TRON BITMTER
Cures Dyspepsia, In
Tothe People of Newberr3
nd Surrounding Countie
HAVE ESUMED THE PRA(
tiC o icine in all of
r: alches, and will attend calls at a
bours I' the d:tV or night in town or i
i trv. Special attention give
to the treatiient of Diseases of' F
I lnles, and to Chrollic diseases of a
kind.., including Port Nasal Catarri
IDySpepSia,. Skinl diseases, Rhleuiatisn
I iles, etc.. etc., etc.
Olice for the present at my res
delM1CC. SAMPSON Poii, .M. D.
2 - *
NCATITT WV. L. Douglas Shoes a
Uf.LU warranted, and every pa
ha his name and price stamped on bottor
~ 0 IESy
77 C s
W. L DOUCLA!
$3 SHOE CENTLEMEN
Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grail
The excellence and wearing qualities of this shb
cannot b.e bet ter shown than by the strong endors
meats of its thousands of constant wearers.
S .00 Glenuine Iland-sewed, an elegant ni
stylish dlress sho.e which commends itse
l 0 land.sewed WVelt. A fine calf Shb
unqaIled for style and durability.
SQ .50 Goodlyear Welt is the standard dre
U Shoe, at a ponulalr price
SQ .53 Policeman's s'hoe isespecially adapt<
Ufor railroad men. farme-s. etc.
All made in Congress, liutton and Lace.
$& $2SH OES LAI%
hae ee mot favorably received since introduct
rn th rc n prvemnts make them superi<
to any shots sold at these prices.
Ashi yur Dealer, and if he cannot supply you ser
directto factory. enclosing advertised price, or
postal for order blanks.
W. L. DOUGLAS. Brockton, 3Mas
MNETER~ & JAM IESON.
N!:wasun~lv. S C.
o tg mA J :AIGre to are
me,F._ Croth.20 GnadIr St. o YorkeAi
boxe sealed with bIue ribbon. Tall
A I pitt In pa.teboard boxes, piti
. In l atm ?f p,arttitrs trali
30o.0oo TestimonSils. .'ame Papui
isold by all Local l)pggdata,
a~d Stools. Cabinet W&rk of all k
ns. Catanogne free. Address A
Is an inaluabIe remedy for
SICK HEADACHE, TORPID L
LIVER, DYSPEPSIA, PILES, L
s AND ALL BILIOUS DISEASES. ^r
d Sold Everywhere.
ALL PEISONS INDEBTED TO
- W. Fant, dectased, will Lv
e conie forward at once al settle either
with m1e or with my attorney, 0. L. Ar
Lt Subumpert, Eq-(.
C. W. ArsTELL, Lv
e- -- Ar
STATE OF SOULTH CAROLINA
(c'1UN'Y O \ NEWBERRY-IN Lv
Jacob E. Cromer, Adniinistrator, et al, Ar
vs. Mary E. Cargill, et al.
I r HE Cl-:DITORS OF THE ES
T tate of Emanuel Cronier, deceased, ~
=nd the creditors of the estate of Susan
nah Cronier, deceased, are hereby re
11 uired to render and establish their re- Lv
e spective demands before the Master at
his ofiee on or before the second day of
' December. '0.
SI LAS JOHNSTONE. Master.
s- Master's Ollice, 10 Nov., 1890. Ar
k j~i # 7-Ar
HAVE CHANGED MY PLACE
of business frorn the J. D. Casb
building to the oflice lately occupied by
Dr. Sarnpson Pope, on Friend Street, L,
two doors below the Observer office,
where I will keep on hand a full line
of Domestic, Davis, New Home, Ar
- \heeler & Wilson, and other Sewing Lv
~ iachitis, also somne of the best makes
of Organs. Orders for Pianos filled at
short notice, and satisfaction guaran
S teed on all sales. 11 you want a Sew
ing Mzchine, Organ, or Piano, don't
fail befor purchasinz to call on
D. 13. WHEELER.
A CARD, Ar
INDLY THANKING MY PAT- Ar
1 rons for past favors, I solicit a -
shareof their'patronage bysendingme N
orders which I can fill at short notice twe
and small prolits, and remain as ever sun
Yours Respectfully, Pu
161 Fulton Ave., Astoria, IN. Y S
- ND SO D')ES J. S. RUSSELL IN LOW -
io cakes colpteI Soap for 25cts; one Ib, Knit- Q4
, i ug Cotton for 25 ets; io Papers Pir,s for 25
ets; Six Spools Thread : 5 cts: 2 small or I (c
rge box Mason's-Backing 5 ets; Checked A.
F onespun 5 ets per yard; one (Iuart Raven- ti.
Miack Harness Oil 2.5 cts; Molmsses-25c. 40c
good 50c, and splendid N. ). le per gallon,
Dry Goods. Groceries. Shoes. Hats, Not.ns
Tobacco. Canned Goods, Ha:dware, Etc., ali 1)ep
low dowvn for ca-. 'Due
J. S. RUSSELL.
- - - - - -- * DeP
House and Lot.for Sale. Du
WILL SELL AT PUBLIC OUT
cry on Saleday in December, (1st Dep
day), my house and lot in H1elena, con
taining one-half acre, situated on the Der
public road leading from Newberry. Du"
Trerms cash. 0. B. MAYER, Jr.
r "a ...Aus
ASES - $1641,2.1 N
~ LIBILIIES 126744,79.5
R UNHIORD NA McCU CY rsiet
LIABLITIES - 16700 79.58
SUPLS -89572 .4
C-eMii In eral .a-nd t, --n
N WBEA AN1S NOcOUNTI E
~d ddrss UN-IOrDN E S . 'T
Cci~es ca hett the ho
R ever Ffst ciOtor ry ue~
d lnto theHerald an Newursf gwhnyo
Ws arrsinger N li. I urJ.e oe Cu
We, 1.ni' PARKER'S,
ASTERS ;90 THE -CD
IGEY FAES, L.AME BCKA
SH, RED CROSS DIAMOND BRAND Ax rent
.IIM~ Te ony ~5r., Sue, et rt.ate illall ale
.for .Late*s -n Lte.hreturn 31.1. and
** ICHESTER CHEUICA O.. adiso. -
Also Wall and Prescription cases, Cedar tion
Chests, Barber Furniture, Jewelry Trays mler
inds. Comiplete Outfits for Stores and F. X
- APTA SHOW CASE CO.. Atlanta, Ga.
ICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAIL
LrMIA AND GREEN'TLLE Divis(ic.
densed Schedule-In effect Aug. 30th, 1&C.
(Trains run on 75th Meridian time.)
)RTH BOUND. No.' No. ;No. No. iNo
56- 58 6
,A 2JP BI'
:harle.ton ... . .
tuion... .....36 ... . ... ....
.lat Rock....... 5 4
-enderson .......... l
!k%heville ............ 00 I. ....
lot Springs ........844
'omaria.......... ... 00.A ...
rospernty .......124 .... 7 ...
'ewberry.......... 740... 740:....
ioldville . .......... 45.... .
.lin ton_...... 9 07... . ...
lnety-Six......... ....._.. 8 53...
\.bbeville. 50 . ..1025;. 5
Belton ........4 ...10 40..6-35.
Belton...............4.1 . ..11045...
Williamston ...422 .2.
Pelzer...... ...... 4 3.... .. ill &
Piedmont . ..........
ireenville........ 5 ...1205
A,nderson.....440... .... 11
4eneca.............. 6 u
Walhalla..... 7 00......
AjT.'h.UvU.;%i.1). *-No. ANo.:; No. tNo. NO
5&. 37.!, 51. 59.5
AM M P I
Wa80alla0. ............ - .
;eueca ......... . .......
Pendleton... 926 ....
&nderson_.....10 03. . 30
Ureenvlle._.... 915 .... 210..........
2iedmont. 0 6 45 ........
elzer .... .1012... 310...
Wlliamaton ....... . t ......
Belton * .......340 3 55....
Belto7 .. ... ........13 ...... 4 ....
P M PM
Abbeville .......10 51 4 1& 8 W ....240
Hodges . ..... .....5 450 30458 150
jreenwood. 2 24 ........
Nnety-Six..... -115AM... 4 ....... .5
Laurens..........6 9 00......... .
,intDn ............ 6 35;.......
2oldv2lle. ..... ... .652.
%ewberry .23 4 ....... 6M 0
Prosperity. 2 5 7 ........
Pomara 320830..... ......
ot Springs. 742..... 11 .
5hevi.le.......... 2 0
Fiender8onville. 9 -5-.---.
Flat Rock.........10 10. .......
aluda . ....... 7.....
Aryo .............. 11 .
lartanburg . 12 -;51 .................
iol.. M .. .......
A.ston... 335 0 8.46
4~~~ ~ ~ 40, 9 0.: . .. ......
oluub 5. ........
August ......9 ri. .....
harleston ........9 31..... ..
Ds. 5. 6. 50, 51, 56, Fi, 58 and 59 daily except
day. YaiD Line Trains 54 and 55 daily be
en Columbia and Alston. Daily except
do~ between Alston and GreenvIlle.
imiau Parlor Car on Columbia and (ireen
e -No. 54 daily from Columbia to Hot
JA'.ITYA Gen'1 Pass. Agent.
Columbia, T UC.
HAA Traffic Ma er.
UT11 CAROLIN~A RAILWAY CO.
mmenclng Suuday, Jan. 26th, 10, at .2
L.,Pissenger Trains will run as follows un
arther notice "Eastern Time":
TO A,ND FROM CHARLESTON.
aiColumbia........... 643am. p
Charleston.............2 ..... 93Dp=
artCarleston.......... 700am... 10 p
Colubia................ 10 43am_10 05 pU
TO AND FROM CAMDEN.
art Columbia ... 900 a m
Caden............ 127 p m
South (Daily except Sunday):
preenoodbi...... 1224 m
oLbad re vile .........b..t........
Pro4sat... 2n dea57gaS2
n.ols arith..... Ch3lte,Cl2ba0
ot Rarins..... by saetantoadfo
psheille both...... s to an rm hr
Heandeonide by t59slain hre
at Rok.... 10 p. 10 ndlaigCoubaa
SpCaretnr with. 12amr fr45 Yr
Uon .............. an 56dy it ta e
'ealso........... C 3rlson ad35a a
Augustawi...... Geri an etr7HU
G P MILER,U. . 1. Cou 9Di.5
C. M WAD Geera Mnager
S.........S G. ...... 330t.....
Wlmntn .. Jul 7 1.....
700 Lv4.15C8ar9e........T2 43
105 .....lubl.......... 5 20....
11 A..Wlnsor...... 339 ....
346".00okv ..... .. 120.. ....
56 ' 52halot .. .... 100.. ....
7p5. pm. 0 ...
246 .Grenwoo.." ... 708........
8 Lar6n...... ........ ......
440 '9Anerso...... ........ ......
3s , .50".51 Ab56,l57, 58 an 590daily excep
en0ColumbiaendeAson.ile Da0l except..
d ai betweenCa ston andCvlle.
ns, . C. .EESN e' aaAet
.ALTAS. raf'e Manager.
STH C.RlI Co. WY
mmencing hSunday Jan. follwin 1890,a-6
w.,PlsseneTranl wlec natflow:n
tColumba............5. 3 am... 527Op m
Chrleo...............63am... 9 30apm
W1~niestll. (Dily):in 1154a
aithreto.........0 .... ...pi 10pmz
rospmbit..........720p 43a...105p m
Eastery ( 7Daply.)p
tColumbia... 90 a 15p
amude..........12 7 p55p
Latamde....~..vhn 38 ppm
roui..........8#7 05 p15p
WbTeO AND.iOM AGUSTA. m
hartClumba..........7573a m... 327 pi
Augus ota............113a 300..12pm.
Columbia.............10 43a m....0O5p
e at Uno eo,Columbia,Wt .C aia wto Co
e oth and eavi RairoadC byi ar
ng Sala0 p3a.m.andeatgat52
. utheairoa y Wrnameo tapn to adfo
at 5 M0nagr. an en'g Coaumb. At
lessengerst Htelse thinty, ue andhs
g hrpest wiheamer torNeohr
.ed rnTeodslad Frdysefithe ithe
oJacr sondulemedonts for the at.cohn'
Auusai Georgle andm Cena Rist
ot andold pots, W eatort.
Blcoslt, la omo oPoint Baroe
ropTretor boces cby strcaed
,t pte wotano hs pyatroyn to
t a shar WARD patrnae. a r
. B.EPECES, Ge. Pas. POT,
Wilmrneton, N. ., ul 8 89.