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ABOUT THE BONDS.
Gov, Tiiman Not to Blame for his Failure
in New York-Winl Be Be Able to
Fund Them at Four Per Cet?
What a inaaetser Has to- Say
The Augusta Chronicle gives the
following extract from a private let
The official presence in New York
for some days, with the declared pur
;r - pise of negotiating for the refunding
of the State debt, and the apparent
failure of these efforts, invite some in
quiry to this very important public
question. In referring to the public
obligations of South Carolina issued
for the Blue Ridge road subscription,
for the new State capitol, in those
days of South Carolina when the State
credit was high in London, we find 6
per cent. the lowest rate then avail
able. During the Hampton debt set
tlement again we find 6 per cent. the
The very small relative debt of the
State in 1876-90 caused the Brown
bonds to command a premium, and
suggested to the then State authorities,
the refunding of the $400,000 falling
due in 1889, at lower rate than 6 per
cent. The wisest members of the
finance committeee advocated 5 per
cent. for this new loan, but a msjority
adopted the 4U per cent figures. Now,
with what result? It was before the
farmers movement began ; it was in a
normal condition of State affairs; it
was in easy finance times. The loan
dragged-it was not promptly taken,
and it :is a notorious fact that but for
the active co-operation of banks and
bankers to save the State from failure
-this small sum of $400,000 would not
have been placed.
There Is such a thing as color-blind
ness in finance, and this must have
been the condition when in the face of
this plain warning $6,000,000 of debt
was sought to be refunded at 4 "per
cent., but that is just what has been
The attempt to carry out this arbi
tary law has substantially failed, and
failure ought to have been expected at
this very low rate. These are. the
polnt3 of view from which to regard
the State debt.
First-It is largely a home debt, that
is, It is owned to the extent of three
fourths by !the people of South Caro
lina, in trust estates of all classes and
kinds, and has been the preference of
all small investors. Now then these
owners of four and a half millions of
this debt held at home cannot afford
to lend the State the money at 4 per
cent. when money all around is worth
Sfrom 7 percent. to 10percent.
Second-When you go to the money
centres of the country and offer a4 per
cent loan, then you Invite investiga
tion into past debt matters, and from
Lombard and Wall streets emerge bit
ter complaint of injustice to former
holders of State securities, and unfor
tun'ately there is trutb in these com
Now, the Tiliman government is not
In any way responsible for these ante.
cedant conditions, or for the "four per
cent." refunding act. Nothing they
can say or do, will alter many condi
tions athome, or alter the awkard fact,
for Instance, that bonds now in New
York, signed by Gov. Hampton,'have
been repudiated, principal and interest,
for fifteen years.
Gov. Tiliman Is not, and cannot be
held responsible for failure to do an im
possible thing, When Georgia wanted
to fund her debt, she invited bids from
money lenders, and received a variety
of offers, and secured a 31 per cent.
rate. South Carolina says : Stand
and deliver at 4 per cent. It was an
unbusinesslke, a silly piece of legisla
tion, and should have been recalled in
Out In the markets, of the world
there Is a homely adage : "The price
of anything is just exactly what 'twill
bring." You might as well fix the
price of cotton at 12eents, as toarbi
trarily fix a low rate of interest on a
State bond by a statute.
A committee to consist of the Gov
ernor, Comptroller, Treasurer and two
c itizens, to invite bids, should be
created by the legislature, and by hay
ing the rates of interest fixed as in the
length of years the bond has to run.
6 Say, at 4 per cent, forty years; 4j per
cent., thirty years, et'. You will in
vite capital to take their choice, and
will assuredly make an advantageous
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Raises Her Own Tea.
[From the Florida Dispatch.]
Mrs. Increase Sumner, of Starke,
Bradford county, -raises her own tea,
and has treated her guests to cups of
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pronounced deleicus. She says that
owing to rapid growth she has to cut
off the bushes every three or four years,
while Ina China this is done only once
In seven years. She gathers three
crops a year. The finest tea costs $15
a pound, but will not stand a sea voy
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sia, but her bushes furnish it to her for
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My Father worketh hitherto, and
work.-John, v., 17.
Here we are, once more, in the vo
tex of tha Briggs controversy. I
divine voice has yet uttered the ster
command, "Peace, be still" and tb
Presbyterian body is vexed with que
tions of heresy.
The business man who takes an it
terest in social reforms, who is trouble
about the strained relations of labor an
capital, who wonders if some benel
cent plan cannot be devised to abc.lis
pinching poverty and the incentives
crimes which are nourisbied by it in
burglaries and murders, looks up<
this Briggs trial with no attempt
conceal his astonishment and disgus
The large majority of men in this ai
regard a correct and honest life as mo
important than acceptance of a cree
Integrity in business, they declare,
worth more to the community than a
assent to anybody of theological do
trine. If a mnan's creed and his life a
both right, well and good; but it]I
must needs be heretical on one or ti
other, it is better that he should 1
wrong in his creed and right in h
life than wrong in his life and right
When we investigate the presel
case, therefore, and discover that D
Briggs is universally respected as
citizens, friend and father, is admir(
as ascholar and honored by the far
ilies who intrust their boys to I
charge for moral training and spiritu
development, and are then inform<
that the Presbyterian standard requir
of a man that he shall be just six fe
high, but that Dr. Briggs has a pr
judice in favor of low heeled shoes an
stands only fives feet eleven and a ha
and must, therefore, be evicted
forcibly ejected from the Churc
we begin to ask whether we have on
selves been stricken with sudden insa
ity or whether the disease has invad(
the General Assembly.
An old gentleman once ventured
daring undertaking-to give some a
vice to a fledgling of a minister. .E
said: "My dear boy, the matter
greatest moment is whether you hai
an earnest desire to make men bette
That settled, the world needs yo
Don't spend your strength in trying
make us straight theologically, for y<
can't do it. Americans are bound
think for themselves, and they rega
it as no crime to differ with the clerg
man. But put all the energy you ha
into the attempt to make men ha
decent, for it is a dreadfully wick(
world, and then your ministry will
worth remembering." When you g
down to hard pan the old gentlema
was quite right. Life is a rather despe
ate affair, with its greed and avaric
its appetite for hard cash, its compe
tions which wrench a man's conscien
out of all recognizable shape, and ti
clergyman who doesn't go up in
theological ballon, but stays amoi
us, and has the courage to assert th
it is better to have a clean busine
record than to believe in the Thirt
nine Articles or the Five Institutes,
the man for the hour, the man to
loved and followed and respected.
It is safe to say that in these days
and every age has its peculiarties ju
as every individual does-there is I
tIe or no interest in theological disct
sion. The influence of a Chapin
Beecher, a Brooks or a Talmage-1
removed as they may be in person
characteristic-is a distinctively moi
infiuence. Doctrinal essays, howev
scholarly, are as dry as sawdust. Ai
in this Briggs case the multitude 1o0
on with the feeling that clergymen a
a queer class of beings who don't ca
whether the world is going backwa
or forward, but who get into a ragii
fever of excitement and passion if o
of their zember has the audacity
declare an opinion which hasn't be
received from the Middle Ages.
Suppose that the Presbyterians-a.
other denominations for that mattel
were to dismiss the controversy
creeds on the parliamentary grou3
which gives one legislative bilLthe p:
cedence of all others, namely urgent
and devote themselves to refori
the patent, awful, grinding and me
acing evils of society, declaring th
they will plough deep until they ha
rooted out these wrongs. What shot
we say? Well, we should be surprise
and perhaps that is the most punge
and the severest comment we can ma
on the churches. Then we should a
plaud, for at last religion would
"about my Father's business." La
we should give the Church our you
men for its pulpits, and our money
But no. ~We dare expect nothing
the kind. The Church is too busy
prosecuting Briggs for heresy or pu
ishing this or that man for having
opinion. Hence the prevailing
difference to religion and the shrt
ging of the shoulders at the clergy.
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HOW IT PAYS.
If, A Profit of $36.55 an Acre on Cotton a
Dr the Present Prices.
r- [Greenville News.]
The statement is often made tha
d cotton can not be profitably raised a
the present prices. This may be si
.a with the majority of farmers, but ther
. are some who make money at it
[e Among them is Z. Frank Foster. Ii
p conversation a few days ago Mr. Fos
re ter gave an illustratIon of how h
r. makes makes cotton raising pay. Oi
one part of his farm he planted si:
acres in cotton. He put on the lan
n fifty one-horse loads of stable manur
to and six sacks of guano. He has soli
.d six bales of cotton from it, from whici
- he realized $205. He has picked ou
re 1,100 pounds and is sure of getting a
least nine bales. From the cotton, a
,d the present prices, he will realize $304
from the seed $38; total $342. Here i
t what it cost him to make nine bales:
Z Fifty loads of manure, including
cost of hauling.......................$ 41 5
r- Five sacks of guano................... 11 2
e, Hoeing.................. 15 0
Preparing ground..................... 8 0
Total cost..................$ 122 7
atProfit $219.30, or $3645 an acre.
Ns ersidings from No.6s.
-The greater portion of the cotto:
m crop has been picked and will b
a thrown on the market in the next fes
days. The crop is very short indeed
- Dot over 65 per cent. of a crop.
st The early planted corn is pannin
out very well.
*Some oats 'have been sowed, and
is- think our people intend putting in
a full crop.
aThere are now four postoffices on th
astar mail postal route from New berr;
al to Laurens, in our Township, viz: Ks
al desh, Longshore, Harmon and Doi
iMr. J. S. Floyd spent a few day
adwith WV. G. Peterson on his plantatior
>k but has returned to Walhalla. Hei
re inclined to the People's party in pol1
re ties, bnt says be intends voting fo
dCleveland, as he took part in the Der
rdocratis primary. He thinks Ocone
ig County will give a majority for the 3
to No. 6 has Do taint of 3d partyisir
But then you know No. 6 always vote
m right. We will take the whole Demc
cratic ticket in ours.
id WV. H. Werts thought that there wa
something not right at his lot a fel
. nights ago, and went to see what wa
mwrong. As he came near one of tb
id houses in the lot some one stabbed hit
-e- under the chin with a knife. He fire
,on the party with his gun but misse
them. He has no idea who did th
SMr. N. P. Ahliams, of Mollohon, lha
at rented a part of the J. S. Floyd plac
e for the year 1893. and will move amion
d s Christ mas. We will be glad to hav
you with us, Pin kney. Wish we coul
Sinduct. sevt.ral more tocomIeamong uw
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Miss Lillian Halfacre, of St. Philips
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Cool and cloudy this morning. Bore
we will have rain as there is much
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We had the pleasure of listening to a
sermon preached by Mr. Virgil Boozer
on third Sabbath. We were all pleasea
The match game of ball that was to
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t Notice of State Election.
SAN ELECTION WILL BE HELD
A.in Newberry County on Tuesday,
the 8th day of November, 1892, for the
D following State officers:
1. Governor and Lieutenant Gov
ernor; 2. Other State officers; 3. Solici
tor 7th Judicial Circuit; 4. Senator; 5.
Representatives; 6. Clerk of Court; 7.
-Sheriff; 8. Coroner; 9. School Commis
Ssioner; 10. Coun ty Commissioners.
The following persons have been ap
Spointed to cond uct said election:
Summers, W. H. Hunter.
Gibson's-S. S. Cunningham, Jno.
W. Wilson, Antine Buzhardt.
Glymphville-J. H. Smith, E. W.
SReese, Stout N. Henderson.
,Maybinton-David A. Thomas, Will
Nance, J. Berry Richards.
Cromer's Store--Albert C. Sligh,
SCharlton Cromer, James Duncan.
Whitmires-J. S. McCarley, Clayton
SA brams, John af. Suber.
SJalapa-Geo. C. Glasgow, Thompson
Conner, S. B. Aull.
SLongshore's-J. T. Davis, George A.
SBoozer, Frank Johnston.
-William's Store-William R. Keith,
-James F. Watkins, Theodore Daven
SDead Fall-Jno. R. Perdew, IL H.
Boulware, Daniel Livingstone.
SProsperity-Nathan H. Young, J.
-Lawson Wise, A. A. Nates.
rHindrix Mill-J.Simnpson Dominick,
W. P. Pugh, J. Lamb Hendrix.
SSlighs-Jamnes H. WVise, Lee J. Sligh,
SGeorge A. Metts.
Jolly Street-W. B. Boinest, Tucker
.D. Livingstone, Jno. D. Singley.
SPomaria-W. W. Berly, H. M. Liv
ingstone, M. Hayne Folk.
Walton-J. L. H ughey, T. M. Hent z,
SH. P. Wedeman.
SThe above named n.anagers of elec
Stions will p lease call at the office of
GC. G. Sale, Esq., on or before the 1st
Sday of November, 1892, and qualify,
Sreceive boxes, instructions, poll lists,
eThe polls will be opened by 7 a. mn.,
on Tuesday, November 8, 1892, and will
close at 4 p. mt.
,.- G. G. SA LE,
e .'C. L. H AVI RD,
P. H. KOON,
Comnmissoners of State Elections.
New berry, S. C., October 17, 1892.
SNotice of Federal Election.
TE ELETION FOR NINE
PreidntalElectors, and a Rep
resentative in Congress from the Third
eCongr ional District, will be held in
eNewb yCounty on Tuesday. the 8th
day of November, A. D. 1892, under
the direction of the following managers:
Newberry-Thos. E. Epting, D. W.
T. Kibler, J. B. Senn.
SGibson's-Jno. C. Brown, Win. H.
WVendt, J. Y. Thompson.
Glymphvil le-Moorman Ruff, An
drew J. Williams, J. S. J. Suber.
Maybinton-W. B. Oxner, Ben
Hawkins, WV. B. Whitney.
Cromner's Store-J. Willie Caldwell,
T. Drayton Ramage, J. Bachmrian Cro
*Whitmires- J. S. Spean man, Chas.
Tidnmaralh, .Juo. P. Fant.
Jalapa-W. H. Eddy, Sr., W. C.
Swittenberg, Trhos. B. Riser.
Lonizsbore's Store-L. C. Johnston,
E. H. Longshore, J. Y. Floyd.
Williams' Store-J. R. Irwin, Juo.
W. Sanders, Jno. C. Hipp.
Dead Fall-Thos. S. Blair, J. S. Bick
ley, Jno. WV. Reagin.
Prosperity-D. B. Cook, Jno. B.
Fellers, B. B. Hair.
Hendrix Mill-P. WV. Sheely, J. E.
Mont4, A. B. Mills.
Slighs-J. B. Kempson, J. W. P.
Harmon, A. Noah Boland.
Jolly Street-J. WV. Werts, L. L.
Moore, J. Lawson Fellers.
Pomaria-F. E. May bin. D. A. Ruff,
Walton-J. D. Crooks, Dan P. Werts,
The above namned managers of the
Federal election will please qoalify at
their earliest convenience and call for
the boxe's in anmple time. Polls will
remain open fromt 7 a. m. to 4 p. mn.
JOH N C. GOGGANS,
R. C. MA YBIN,
A. SINGLE l'ON,
Commissioners of Fede -al Election,
New berry, S. C., Ocber 16, 1892.
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I - Opnp2 l6pmn,ar Elberton lv. 4 3;pm 6 35am,
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i 5pn ir Columbia lv 11 u0ani
7 25pm'jar Sumter lv 9 43am
It) 3Upm1,arClarlestonlv 6 San
;9 23paarDarling:only *7 12am
ft122tk "f arWtilm'g,t'n lv' f10 hli"r
326am! 4 8pm ar Chester air 1 43am 1230an
4 12am1 5 41pin arC't'baJe'n ar 10 'an Il 33pm
5 10amn 6 3.5im air Monroe lv 10 00uaml 110 2-pa
6 30am :11 00pn ar Charlotte v' 4 3an *4 00pm
11131 am! ar Wiln'g'n Iv *8 311pn
IL 13am11 ar Raleigh ivi 415pm
12 S0pm arHende rsonly 2 8pm
2 ]5pmal ar Weldon lv 12 30pm
5 Sopm ar Portsn'th Iv, 9 35au
3 Spmu' lvWeldon(a) ari 12 10 n't
5 30amU! arPetersburgly; 10 O0aml
6 28pmn arltiehnond lv *9 ISam
11 10pin ar Wash'ton 1v i 4 30;am
32 40 n't ar Baltimore lv |2 S0am
3 15am ar Philadel Iv; 1203 n't
6 t'an ar NewYork lv 9 OCpn
f7 30ai ar Baito (b) lv, *T 0opm
t10 47a" ar Philadel lv; *4 1am
*1 23pmI ar NewYork Iv. *2 10am
6 0tpn :v Ports'h(n)lv 0 1 am
5 Jam ar Philadel lv' 11 16pm
80(9am ar NewYork Iv1 800pm
6 .Opmt lvPorts'h(w) aari 8110am
6 30amsa ar Wash''gt'n Iv; I 7 Otpmn
SOLID CAR BETWEEN ATi.ANTA AND
8 35am lv Atlanta ar 8 10ami
3 2ipmaar Clinton lv1 1 45pn'
l 25pmalv Clinton lv I :31kdm
6 10prnlv Columbia lv i1 0am
l 30pmnarClarlestonly 6 50am"
*Daily except Sunday. tDaily except Monday.
(a) Via Atlartic Coast Line. (b) Via Bay Liie.
(n, Via New York, Philadelphia and Norfolk
Railroad. (w) Via Norfolk and Washington
Trains Nos. 38 and 41 run solid with through
Pullman- buffet sleeping cars between Atlanta,
Ga., and Purtsmouth, Va. Trains Nos. 36 and 43
carry through cars between Charleston and
O. V. SMITH. Traffc Manager.
JOIIN C. W41NDER, Gen'l Manager.
II. W. B. GLOVER, Div. Pass. Agent, Atlanta.
ORS; llOtSEL & KIBLER,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office-Main Street; Room 14, over
Boozer-& Goggaiis' store.
fliowr & BUIuffi.
T HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
formed a Law Partnership tinder
the name of Mower & Bynum, and
will practice in all the Courts.
Offices at Newberry and Prosperity,
S. C. GEO. S. MOWER.
FRANK L. BYNUM.
d.ciia or 15' ls. sad 5 f a. ,h betare tat I ronid nost e
od th caaae. I reenmm,rd yorr tme 1W 1 .a' . m
obesity. Will answer all inqiries L' stamp a inclosa r f'
PATENTS TREATED BY MAL CON'FIDENTIAL.
HIarumb..,. and with ns -'rarving incomnenem or bad esectA.
For particoalars ad,r.is, witha 6 eents sas a ,
M. 0. W. F. SNYOER, WYlC0EER'S TH EATt2. 02:2C. IL,
NLotice of Final Settlement
NTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
~that we will make a final settle
ment on the estate of J. WV. P. Brown,
deceased, in the Probate Court for
Newberry County, on Monday, Octo
ber 31st, 1892, at ten o'clock in the
forenoon, and im medijately thereafter
apply for letters dismissory as admin
istrators of said estate.
GEO. D. BROWN,
A. H. H AWKINS,
IT YS A DUTY you owe yourself andI famn.
~ yto gec the best value forbyour maoney.
onomnize in your footwea by purchasin
best value for prices asked, as ihousands
K TL E NO SUBSTITUTE.f8
W. L. DOUCLAS
$3 SHOE CENf&.EIEN.
THE BEST SHOE INTHE WOiLDFO:R THIEUNNi.
A genuine mewed shoe. that wim ot ,ip,fine
calf, seamleass. smooth lnslcde, flexible, more comn
for table stylish and durable than anyothaershoe ever
sold at the price. Equals custom made shoesocosting
and 05 Hland-sewed, finecalfehoes. The
pymostastylish, easy and durable shoes ever sold
at the price. They equallne imported shoes costing
50 Police Shoe, worn by farmers and all
.p$U others who want a good heavy calf, three
soled, extension edge shoe, easy to walk in, and will
eethfede Calf, S25 and 82.00 Work.
$ 2igmen's Shoes win e more.wear for the
money than any othe make. ey aremnae for ser
have found thisoutad. ots W.7 Sho
Boys L.e. are worn by the boYs.very
where The most serviceableshoessold att eprlces'.
Ladies' .008 and 0i'. Shes .o
Misses are made of the best Dongola orfine Calf, as
desIred. The areverysllsh,comfortableasnddura
from*4.Ot $6.00. Ldes who wish to economize in
their footwear are finding this out.
-Caution.-W.L.Dougls'nam2e and the p rice is
stamped on the bottom of each shoe: loofk for It
when you buy. Bewareof dealersattemptingto sub
stItute other makes for them. Suchsubstitutionsare
fraudulent and subject toprosecution by law for ob
W.LYDOGLAS, Birockien. Mass. Sold bi
Cures all Female Complaints and Monthly
irreguarity, LeucorrheaorWhites, Pain in
Back or Sides, strengthens the feeble, builds
up the whole system. It has cured thousands
and will cure you. Druggists have it. Send
stamp for book.
DB. 1. P. DEOMGOOLE * CO., Louisville, Ky.
C1eanse. and beautifies the hair.I
Hair to its Youthful Color.
Cures scalp diseases a hair falling.
Ss,ad i.ce at Druais
The Consumptive and Feeble sad al h
susfferfrom exhansting diseases shoultd useParker's . ner
onic Iteurestheworto ha n Debtay n
Window Shades, Lace
BABY CARRIAGES, CLOCKS,
Mirrors, Pictures, Dinner Sets, Tea
Sets, Chamber Sets, Mattresses,
Comforts, Blankets, and a thousand
and one articles needed in a house,
to be retailed at lowest manufactur
ers' prices. We have control of the
largest factories in the U. S., and
can quote you prices that will open
your eyes in wonder and sonvince
you that we are giving the best val
ue ever offered in this land.
Special Offer No. 1.
To introduce my business&n every
neighborhood in the quickest possi
ble manner, we will ship you one
Bedroom Suite complete, consist
ing of One Bedstead, full size and
high head, One Bureau with glass,
One Wash-stand, One centre Table,
Four cane seat chairs, One Rocker
to match, well worth $20, but to in
troduce my goods in your neighbor
hood we will sell you this full bed
room suit for $14.25, when the cash
comes with the order. Remember
this is $14.25 for a neat Bedroom
Suit such as you usually have to
pay $20 for.
BESIDES this Suite, we have a
great many other suites in Walnut,
Oak, Poplar, and all the popular
woods, running in price from the
cheapest up to hundreds of dollars
for a Suite.
Ouzr manufacturer wante us to sell
for his account
5,000 Parlor Suits
in oak frames, upholstered with
best domestic wool plush in combi
nation colors, or banded. Regular
price $40.00. We run them
A Walnut Lounge, elegantly up
holstered, at $6.00 each, worth $9.00,
OUR STOVE SALE is equally in
trt sting. Some heavy cuts are
made. We sell the Charter Oak,
Farmer Girl, World's Wonder, In
dianola, Mamie, Edna and dozens
of other stoves.
A No.7 Cooking Stove, fiat tope21
pieces of ware, for 88.00-and from
this up. We carry 3,000 stoves in
1,000 Cornice Poles 25 cts. each
1,000 Window Shades 3x7 reet on
spring roller and fringed at 37j ets.,
each. Now, see here. We cannot
quote you everything we have
got in a store contaiming 22,600
eet of fioor room, besides its an
ne.xes and factory in another part
of the towni. We shall be pleased to
send you anything above men
tioned, or will send
Catalogue free if you wIll say you
saw this a-lrectisern,nt ini Tan
HERALD AND NEwS, published at
Newberry, S. C.
No goods sent C. 0. 1)., or on con
signment. We refer you totheeditors
and publishers of this naper or to
sny banking concern in Augusta,
or to the Southern Express Co., all
of whom know us personally.
Address all orders to the
SOUT HERN H EADQUARTERS,
805 Broad Street. Factory 549 and
5,51 Broad Street.
iugusta, - - Georgia.
Factories in the following cities:
RICHOND AND DANVILLERAIL
F.W.Huidekoper& Benben Foster, Receiver, -
COLUYBIAAND (IREZNVILLE LVISL.. ]7
CondensedSchedule-InefUect Oct. 9th, 18[2.
(Trains run by75th Meridian time.)
BETWEEN COLUMBIA, SENECA AND WALALLA.
No. 11 STATIONS. No 12.
1120 am Lv. .........Columbia......... Ar. 6 05 p m
1205 p m .....Alston. 5 15 p m
1224 p m ..........Pomaria....... 4 48 p m
1243pm ........,Prosperity......... 432pm
100 p m .........Newberry........ 4 15 p m o1
105p m ...........Helena........... 410 p m be
146 p m .......Chappells......... 3 31 p magl]
225pm ........Ninety-Six......... 3 t9 p i
250 p m ........Greenwood........ 250 p m
310pm ........Hodges........... 229pm Ai
327p m ..........Donalds...... 211 p m lal
338pm ........HoneaPath....... 158pm m
356 p m Ar ........Belton............ Lv 140 p m
4 05 p m Lv ............Belton............ Ar 135 p m Si
4 35 p m .........Anderson ......... 115p m
518 p m .........Pendleton-.......- 12 45 p m
6 00 pm Ar. ............Senecs............ Lv 2 16 p m 9
7 20 p m Lv........Seneca.......... Ar t155 a m hi
8 .0 p m Ar...........Waballa.......... Lv 11 15 a m an
5 10 p m Ar. ........Greenville......... 1200 n'n in
BETWEEN ANDERSON, BELTON AND GREEN- an
Daily. VILLE. Daily. lei
No. 12 STATIONS. No. 11
135pm Lv Anderson Ar 435pm In
1 5pm Ar .Belten. Lv 4 05pm fo:
3 S2pm Lv Belton Ar 125pm
410pm . Williamston... I O2pm
416pm ..... Pelzer...... 1255m
431pm ...Piedmont.... 12 40pm -
5 l0pmArGreenvilleLv 1200N'N S
BETWEEN COLUMBIA, ALSTON A WPARTANBUEG.
No.1 STATIONS. No.14
1120 a m Lv..........Columbia........... Ar.6 0Sp m
1210 p m ...........Alston ............ 610 p m
111 p m .............Carlisle............ 410 p m
120 p m ............Santuc............ 4 00 p m
155p m .............Union............ 3 40-p m
2 28 p m .... Pacolet........... 2 48 p m
2.55 p m Ar. .......Spartanburg........Lv. 210 p m
BETWEEN COLUMBIA, NEWBBURY CLINTON AND
Bx.Sun Ex.Sua. t'
No.15. STATIONS. No. 16.
1120am ....Columbia..... 505 pm
200pm ...Newberry... 1200 n'n l
304pm .....Goldville..... 10 56 am
3a4pm ......Clinton..... 10 30 am
4l5pm Ar Laurens Lv 9 50 am
BETWEEN HODGES AND ABBEYILLE. F
Daily. Daily. e(
No. IL STATIONS. No. 12. in
3 45pm..Lv.Hodge...Ar 220 pm o
405 pm......Darraughsr......2 00 pm bi
4 20 pm..Lv.Abbeville.Lv..145 pm
Trains leave Spartanburg, S. C., A & C. Divis
ion, Northbound. 331 a m t319 p m, 617 p 8
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 500 a m, 413
p m, 1143 a mn. (Vestibuled Limited)- West. E
bound. W. N. C. Division, 3 00 m and 4 25p m
for Hendersonville, Asheville, Hot Springs d
Trains leave Greenville, S. C. A. & C. Divi- le
sion, Northbound, 227 am, 215 pm, 524 p m.
(Vestibuled Limited); Southbound, 610 a m, 524 P1
p m, 1236 p m. (Vestibuied Limited). P
Trains leave Seneca. S. C., A. & (. Divisi
Northtound, 100 am,1215 p m; Southbound 7
am, 717 pm.
PULLMAN CAE SERVICE.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Car on Trains 9, 10, s
11,12,37 and 38 on A. A C. Division. Pullmaa
Parlor Cars on Trains Nos. 13 and 14, between
Columbia and Spartanburg.
W. A. TURK, .. H. HARDWICK,
Gien'1 Pa.Agent, Ass't Gen'1 Pass. Agt.,
Washington, D.C. Atlanta, Ga.
V. E. McBEE, SOL HAAS,
Gen'l.Snperintendent, Trafic Manager,
Columbia, S. C. Washington, C.
W. H. GREEN. Gen'l Mg'r,Washington. D. C.,
OUTK CA]ROLINA EAILWAY.
ommencing Sunday, Ma , 192, at 255
P.M.,PausengerTrains will runas follows un
til further notice "Eastern Time": k
TO A1D FBOM CHARLESTON. 11
Depart Columbia.....6 50 am 6 10 p a -
Arrive Charleston.105 a m 10 20 p rr l
Depart Charleston 650 a m 500 p m F
Arrive Columbia... 50 a m 9 45p m
TO AND FitOM AUGUSTA.
Depart Charleston 6 00 a 6 15 p m q
Arrive Augusta..lS50a m 1l5 p m
Depart Augusta... 8 00 a m 4 30 p m
Arrive Charleston 115 p m 9 50 p m n
Depart Augusta... 4 30p m
Arrive Columbia. 945 p m
Depart Columbia. 650 a m
Arrive Austs-11 50 am
TOAND FROM CAMDnEN. n
Depart Columbia...... 9 00 a m C
Depart Charleston... 6 50 a m
Arrive Camden......... 11 25 am c
Depart Camden.......... 5 0o p m
AriTveColumbi.. 7 5 p m
Arrive Charestn.. 10 20p m
Made atUnionDepot, ColumbIa with Colum- S
bia and Greenville Division Rchmond and!
Danville B. R. to and from Greenville and
Walhalla daily by thain arriving at 10.50 a. m.
and leaving Coumbiaat 610 p. m.- and daily
with Charlotte. Columbia and AugsaC
Division .B. & D.RE.R. by train arving
at Colum bla at 10.50 a, m. and 945 p. in.. and
leavin Columbia at 6.50 a. m.and 6.10 p. m.
AtChreston with steamnersforliew Yorkr.
Monday, WednesdayandFrday withsteame
for Jacec sonville and points en the St. John'b
River; also with Charleston and Savannah *
Railroad to and from Savannah and at
points in Florida.
AtAugustawithrieorgia and Central Rail- 31
roads to and from all pits south and West. O
At Blackville to and frm po .on Carolina, i
Midland Railroad. Throghtickets can bo
purchased to all points Sthand West,by' S
SP7R 8EAY, U. T. A., Columbia. 2
C. M. WARD, General Manager.
E.P. WARING, Gen Pass. Ag't.t
Charleston, S. C. 1h
Time Table In effect May 22nd, 1892. I
To Savannah and Florida via Columbia.
Bead Down. Read Uo;.
Eastern Time. Eastern Time.
30pm...Lv Hot Springs, N C Ar... 757 pm t
11 00am... Asheville, " ... 6 24pm..
11 25am... Skyland, - . 2p
1200 mn...... Hendersonville " ... 5 3 a
1210 pm... FlatRBock, " ... 523pnf
145pm... Abbeville, SC ...429pn
1015am... Lanrens, " ... 6p E
10 55 am... Clinton, " ... 547~ i
1216 pm... Seneca, " ... 60 png
117 pm .. Anderson, " ... 4 33pna
220 pm... Spartanburg, " ... s 05 pm,
404pm... Union " ... 145p ..
1200Gm...... Greenviihe, " ... 620pm
250 pm... Greenwood, '" ... 250p
4 15 pm... Newberry, " ... 10 prn}
616pm... Aiston, " ..1205pur
605 pm... Ar Columbia "Lv...1120 am
Central Time. Ceneral Time. (
AM PM AM PM
6 45 510 Lv Columbia, SC Ar 1120 908
8 34 6 46Ar Denmark, " Lv 8834 6 1Q
928 741 Fairfax " 745 510 -'
9 20 pm...... Allendale, 8 C 1110 600
9 53 am...... Hampton COH" .... 4 43
1.150 am... Beaufort "~ ...3
1145 am...... Port Royal " ....
1145 1000 Ar Savannah, Ga. Lv 600 500
PM AM PM
130 704 Lv Savannah, " Ar 819 1244: r
350 838 Ar Jesup, " Lv 62410 25 g
515 945 Waycross " 515 915
710 1123 Callahan, Fla. 1 45 7233
800 1200m Jacksonville, " 145 700 f
South of Columbia, Tratas use 90th Merd- I
inn Time. North of Columbia, Trains ,use
75th MeridIan Time.
Close connections at Savannah with the C
Ocean Steamship Co's elegant steamers for r
New York, Philadelphia and Boston, anda
with the Plant System of Railway and
Stames for Cuba and all pints in 'loridas ~
W. BUTL.ER, Tray.s. Agt.
D. 8. CoWAN, JR ,Gen. Pass. Ag'.
Wx. BUTL.ER. Ja, Columbia, Trav. F'aight '
ni Passenge Agen).J
TLANTIC COAST LINE.
Between Charleston and Columbia ana Upper
South Carolina and Western North '
Carolina and Athens and Atlanta.
Gonre WErr. GorNeG EAm
6 50 Lv....Charleston..A. 19 30
10 55 Ar....Columbia......Lv. 610
1238 " .....Newberry..." 4 16
130 " ......Clnton...." 3 25 t
251 " .....Greenwood..... " 2 15
325 " ......Abbevillie...... " 1 42
65 " ........Athens ....." 1106 i
8 10 ".....At lauta........ " 8 35
p m C
110 " ...Winnsboro..." 4 25
4 30 " .....Charlotte...... " 3150
pm p m
4 35 ".. .Anderson..... " 1 15
5 10 " ...Greenville.- " 12 10
30 .H.n virtnb e" 1220
6 25 M ......Ashevllle.' 11 00
Nos. 52 and 56 Solid trains between Charles
H. M. EMERSON, Aau't G3en'l Pass. Agent,
T. hi. EMERSON, Traffe Manager. C
J. R. KENLY, Gen'l Manager4
schedule in effect Sunday, June 5th, 1392.
SOg.rgBOUND NORTEDoUND ]
TR.AINS. TLA Ns.
No.1. No.58.No .o. 2.
A. M. P. M. P .P
6 30 325...Lv-...Cliton..Ar... 130 8 45 J
6 37 3830....... Dover ............ 1 25 837
7 17 3?2.M. r' Lane..-... it 5E800 J
7 28 400-.... ------1256 M5
7655 4 16.........NKewbe7.-......4238 e2
8 35 4a....... ---------1..-.22 6 45 E
852 4 44......-.-. Si h... ...120 629
858 44-9-L.Iittle tin..12041
9 40 5 19..........BalentD6...11l 36 544 3
956 530..._.....I.rmiO...... .. .112 53
10 07 5 9......2 45
10 21 548.......... -...----1106O 4 36 8
10830 556 Ar...Columbia...Lv..11 00 4 25 1
A. M. P. M. A- M. P.MK
Gjen' Manager. SUPt. Am'68upb
o. M. Kinard, Admr., vs.
fett and others.
IY ORDER OF THE CO
herein, I will sell at public outcry, -
the first Monday in November,-1892,
fore the Courthouse, at Newberry,
that tract of land in the county and
ate aforesaid, containing Twenty
ree, more or less, and bounded by
ids of John Riser, deceased, Benja
in Counts, Ernest Sligh,- Robert
gh and William J. Sheely.
FERMs-The purchaser will be re
ired to pay one-half of the purchaser -
,ney in cash, and to secure the bat
ce, payable at twelve months,.with
terest from the day of sale, by a bond
d mortgage of the premisesr-with
wve, however, to anticipate payments
whole or in part. Purchasef,to pay,
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 15 October, 1892.
'ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
THE COMMON PLEAS.
artin L. Strauss, Plaitiff, vs. Bun
yan 0. Epting and others.
}Y ORDER OF THE COURT,
)herein, dated 28th September,
92, I will-sell at public outcry, before
e Courthouse at. Newberry. on theist
onday in November, 1892, all toej
ro separate lots or parceld of.a1dI.
te and lying in the town. of ;Proe
rity, County of N'ewberry,a e
South Carolina. The one co one
rur (4) Acres, more or less, anad dnd
I by lands of S. C. Barre,A.,P. Dom
ick and Langford &'Langford. The
her containing One (1) Acre,with the
iildings thereon, and.. bounded by
ill Street, the tand of W. A.Moeley
d Wheeler & Moseley.'
TERis-One half in cih; llan e in
uonthA with interest fro', d}y of A
Ie, secured by bond of purchaser and
ortgage of the premises sold, ~with
ave to pay .the whole amount of.'the
irchase money in, cash. Purcbar to
iyfor papers. Y .
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Mast
Master's Office, 11 October. 1892. y
PATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IlN
L. Dominick and others,.Execuiprs
vs. G. M. Girardeau.
3Y ORDER OF THE COURT
terein, dated 30th March, 1A2
ill sell at public- outcry;,before the
ourt House at Newberry, on theirast:
[onday in November, 1892. all'that
t of land in the town of Newberrp;
ithe County and-State aforesaid, on
ining two acres and a fifth,- more of
as, and bounded by lands of Abe
oot, Proctor Todd and Vincentan
Terms-The purchaser will b.re T
aired*to pay one-half of the purchsiee
ioney in cash and to secure he _W ,
ient of the balance at twelve me -
'ith interest from the day of salebya
and and mortgage of the premes,-'
ith leave, however,.to anticipate'
ients in whole or in part. The:pttr=
aser to pay for-papers.
20'This lot may be sold in more par'
els than one.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Mastr.a
Master's Office, 12th Sept., 1892.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERYD
.H. Breek, Plaintiff, vs. Y. J.Ppe~
.et al, Defendants. ^
EY ORDER ~OF .THE Ci
LIherein, dated 14 July, I892,*17
11l at public outcry, before theCor-.
ouse at Newberry, on theist Mei
iNovember, 1892, all that lot of ln.
ring and being in the Town ofNe
erry, County of Newber,State.of
outh Carolizia, fronting onBoc',
1 feet and 6 inches, with awit
wenty-four feet and eight-w1taa
de rear, bounded by Boyce Street, ioa,
~ue of James M. Baxter, now M. A
arlisle, Joseph Craft, now D. B.
~r, A. C. Garlington, now James Meo
ntosh, and -represented as part B, 4
lat made by F. B. Higgins, D. 8~
ated 28th August, 1856. -
TERxs-Purchaser will be req
, pay one-third of the purchasemop
a cash, and secure thebla1yT
ble in one and two years,-with.-n
at from day of sale and by idn
lortgage of the premises. -The kniid
ig to be insured and policy ssins
>Master. Purchasar to ayforpes.
SIL1AS JOHNSTOE 'Master.
Master's Office, 11 October,1882;.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY. OF NEWBERRY-IZD
THE COMMON PLEAS.
~ally R. Cannon, Plaintiff; vs.- Carre d
Cannon and others, Defendnts. ---
B)Y- ORDER OF THE OURBT,
LIherein, dated 8 October, ;1892,-1
rill sell at public outcry, before the
'ourthouse at Newberry,on the first
fonday in November, all tha4 lot o
arcel of land lying within the cerpo
ate limits of the Town of Proisperity,
ontaining Two Acres, more or:'less
nd bounded by lands of Andrew P.
)ominick, Mrs. M. E. P.ierasand
ronting on Elm Street, int
'own of Prosperity.
TERtMs-The purchaser will :ba e
uired to pay one-third of the puha
2oney in cash, and to secure the bal~
nlee, payable 3in one and two-4~fl.
ritfi interest fra,m- the day of -se,~
ond and mortgage of the prmu&
rith leave to ;yay the whbod4is
ash. Purchaser to pay. fozpes~
luildinag to be insured for $50n the
olicy assigned to thdMister.- -
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Made.r.~
Master's Office, 11 October, 1892;
TATE OF SOUTH CAR&-I
COUNTY OF NEWBER-1
THE COMMON PLEAS
arah E. T. Chick, Executrx,~
tiff, vs. Louisa V. J. Farr, e4
~Y ORDER-OF THEoom
-'herein, I wilsell at public
efore the Courthouse at Newber1y o
be first Monday in Novembz ' -
be real estate of Pettus W. h ,1
rig in the County and State"
a the following parcels to-wit:
Tract No.1, of the plantation a4,
ontaining Two Hemndred and F4.
ix Acres and 98.100, more or
ounded by Enoree River, o
ey lands of Mrs. M. C. CaJdsrelf
Tract No. 2, containing TwW'un,
tred and Forty-two Acres and 4O-1
rore or less, lying on Enomee RI,
ounded by tracts No.1 and No. 3
ands of Mrs. M. C. CaldwelH -
Tract No. 3, contaIning :'jro H
Ir. d and Twenty-eight Acres
1-100, more or less, bounded'.by
ee River, tracts No. 2 and No. 4,
y landsof Mrs. M.C. Cadwdit .
The Home Place, containing
lundred and Eighty-seven and
Ecres, more or less, and bounded
state road, by Oxner's land, Mrs.8Ss
0. T. Chick, W.Whitner, and b
f Mrs. W. B. Chaplin.
The Whitney Tract, contal
fundred Acres, more or les
ounded by lands of William B.
ey, Haninah Henderson and others.
TRMs-The purchaser wli be
ufred to pay one-third ,f the
2oney in cash, and to seenrehe
ne,,payable in one and Iwo
rth interest from day of saile, by
nd mortgage of' the peIsei;
~ave to anticipeite paymentsR
iAse't pay for
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