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ELBERT H. At3LL, EDITOR.
ELBERT H. AULL,
ELBER H. ULL,Proprietors.
WM. P. HOUSAL,
NEWBERRY. S C,
WEIESMDY. NOYEBEE 23, 1892.
WBAT IS EXPECTED.
A great deal will be expected of tl
Democratie party for the next fo
years. All the departments of ti
government will be in Democratic co
trol, and there will be no excuse f
not giving the people some relli
Mr. Cleveland realizes the respong
bility that will rest upon him and 1
party. There is much that can be doi
in the reduction of the tariff and t]
Rev. Sam Jones has the following
say on the subject which is quite tri
"This great government in all inter(
is now turned over to the democral
and if they will be wise, sober ai
courageous, they have opportunity
do something worthy of the gre
"So regulate and run this nati
that they way not only stay in pow4
but 'naugurate and perpetuate an e
of prosperity that will gladden t
hearts of the oppressed and make
happ and contented people.
-.uch is expected of the democrat
party from the common people. No
will the democratic party have ti
courage of its convictions? If not th
will beaten out again four years hen<
- 'The tariff can have but slight I
vision until we can reduce expen(
tures. That one hundred and fif
millions for pensions annually is ti
most outrageous thing ever sadddl,
on a free people.
'Vhe appropriation for pensio
should be cut do .n to fifty million
one pop. and pay that amount to t'
truly worthy and disabled un
soldiers, and cut off the balance
them, who no more deserve a pensii
that I do.
"Some of them never beard a gi
fire during the war, unless it was or
squirrel hurt. I am in favor of pe
sioning all disabled worthy ex-soldie
of the union army, and none others.
"Cut down the appropriation at th
point and all others to the necessiti
of the case and let the tax payers ha
The Board of Trustees of Clemson Ci
lege, in their-annual report to the I
islature.ask for 'n appropriation of $5
000 to complete t he college and open
for work by the first of Februar
The Legislature should make sot
provision for the speedy openingof ti
institution. A large sum of money b
already been expended, and the pi
fessors elected are waiting for the i
stitution to open, and the matt
should not be longer delayed. 'T
think the trustees are counting on, a:
building for, more students than th
will have, at least, for some years aft
-the college Is put in operation, but i.
work that is now started should
Let the $50,000 be appropriated al
the college put in operation, and
will know then by the attendance wi
the demand for it is.
The building on the grounds now
as follows: Dormitory, kitchen, chap
main college building, experiment s1
tion house, laboratory, mechanical ha
laundry, infirmary, three brick prof
sors' houses completed, two brick pi
fessors' houses covered in, seven framn
six-room cottages, canning factoi
stables, cow houses and silo, and
nu'mber of servants' houses.
It is reported that a plan is on foot
do away with the old South Caroli
College. It is the old&.st educatiot
institution in the State. The plan is
discontinue it as a male college al
use the buildings and outfit for a Sta
Normal School, for boys and girls. T
matter will come up in the recomme
mendation of Superintendent Ms
field's report to the Legislature.
The present administration Ispledg
to the liberal support of this instit
tion by their utterances on the stun
and their resolutions in conventlot
and we do not see how they can
otherwise than continue their eupp<
to it as a literary college.
It should be continued and liberal
supported, and we do not believe t
Legislature will adopt the recormme
dation of Mr. Mayfield.
If South Carolina is to have Statei
stitutions, she should have one disti!
tively literary institution and we ho
the old South Carolina College will
left in tact. That is if there is demai
*for it. We are told there are only seve
ty students in attendance now. Wl
there are so few we do niot know.
there is need for a normal school, the
might be added a normal departmer
The Alliance has split. It is strand
upon the rock of politics. Just as
expected. Proceedings of the natiot
convention may be found in anoti
column. The politicians have used
- for all they could.
Jerry Simpson is returned to Cc
gress from his district by 1400 majorit
Two years ago his majority was '7,4%
Mr. Simpson will not enter the ra
for the Senate and says he is in fav
of a Democrat.
Gen. Weaver the late candidate
President on the People's Party tic)
has issued an address to his follow<
and urges them to hold together al
take cou;rage and all will be well fc
He says his party has gained a cc
siderable following in the South al
tha', in the number of States they a
not far behind the Republicans.
It will be well for him to marsli
his forces and keep them together
they might get lost.
Cleveland could never have bei
elected,but for the Alliance and refor
vote in Illinois, Indiana, New Yo,
and New Jersey-this is straight a'
undeniable.-W. C. Wolfe, in Orang
burg Times and Democrat.
And in Maryland, Virginia, Nor
Carolina, South Carolina, Georgi
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana,Text
* Arkansae, and some other States.
a matter of fact if Mr. Cleveland h:
not received enough votes he nev
could have been elected. Ain't it si
elected Coughman has been
'lerk of the Senate.
There seems to be division among
the prohibitionists in the State at pres
ent. They ar& unable to agree on a
bill. Mr. Blesse has three bills that
he proposes to introduce on the sub
ject. One is the bill published some
time ago in The Herald and News and
of the others-one refers to literary clubs
and the other prohibits the dispensing
of liquor near election precincts on the
days of elections.
There will no doubt be a half dozen
- or more bills offered on the subject of
prohibition and we believe that the
outcome of it all will be no legislation
e on the question at all.
ur It appears that the powers that be
2e are afraid to tackle the question at all.
?- They don't seem to know just how
or popular it will be to pass a prohibition
f. law, and on the other hand they don't E
i know just how unpopular it will be 1
is not to pass such a law.
ae The Herald and News has no advice
be to offer on the subject. Our position
on the question is known. We have F
to never favored prohibition by law. It
e: does not accomplish the object intend
at ed. If such a law were passed it would t
!s, be a dead letter and we have too many
o dead laws on our statute books already.
at -__ _ _.
Representative Blease is rushing his
yn bills. Three on the prohibition ques
, tion, and one to reduce salaries. A
ie synopsis of reductons proposed in his
a bill is published elsewhere. C
w, The great Homestead strike has been
2e declared off and the men have re
turned to work, at least,those who can
e secure a place. This has been one of
i- the largest and most notable strikes in
y the annals of strikes.
If Judge Kershaw's health will war
ns rant him in standing for re-election
at we should be very glad to see the
)n Legislature re-elect him to his present l
of position. South Carolina has no truer I
)n or more devoted son. He has served (
his State in war and in peace, ably and
rs Gen. Hampton made a speech at
Sumter last waek and was given a
at grand ovation. Among other things,
es he said: "My life's work is done-how
it has been done is not for me to say.
I come only to say to you, that in all
)l. the positions to which the State has
g- called me, in every one I have had but
one guiding star: to hold the dignity,
it promote the prosperity and work with
y, heart, soul and arm for the glory of
of South Carolina."
e These are grand words spoken by a
is true and loyal son. Would that we
as had more men like Hampton. The
.o State needs them and the people will
n- realize ere long that they need them.
er He never asked for office, but always
;e discharged the duties of office with
id fidelity. _______
I'm dazed and confounded, as blind as
Will some one please tell me just where
be am T at.-Tom Watson.
ia The York Enterprise last week, in
we writing a sketch of Judge Norton, men
at tioned the fact that he was the only
Judge that had lost an arm in the ser
re vice of his country that ever wore the.
el, judicial ermine. That may be true, but
a nearly every one, if not all of the pres
1l, ent Judges in South Carolina were
es- brave soldiers ini the late war.
'o Justice Pope has but one eye, the
ed. other having been pierced by a minute
7, ball. Judge Kershaw was one of the
? bravest of the brave, who wore the grey,
and there were none truer or braver
than Judges Wallace and McGowan.
to But in these times, for the present,
na at least, such service does not seem to
ta count for much. Possibly it will not
to always be so.
te Senator Sligh is to be elected Rail
be road Commissioner, so they say, and
ni- Mr. Blease says he. will resign from
.- the Hous the sarn~e day and enter the
.race for the Senate.
u. Cdtton was-elHing in Newberry yes
p, terday ~for 9- cents. The News and
is, Courier a few days ago published de
do spatches from different parts of the
rt cotton belt, in which the indications
were that the present crop would not
y exceed 6,000,000 bales. If that be cor
be rect it will go still higher in price.
n- Only that it had gone to 9 cents sev
eral weeks ago. Even now, however,
n- it will help greatly.
peThe State Fair was a big success
be The largest crowds in years and every
id body pleased and delighted. It sh.ould
n. be so and we are glad it is.
If The Legislature will have the elec
re tion-of some six or eight judges during
it. this and next winter. It was said in
Columbia a few dsys ago, that efforts
edwould be made to elect them all this
we session. Why, we do not know. Sen
al ator Sligh.says there will be an entirely
er new deal.
it A BIG FIRE AT YORKEVILLE.
Involviag Loss Aggregating $33,000.
y [Special to The State.-1
~-YoRKVILLE, S. C., Nov. 21.-At 8
c o'clock this morning~ fire broke out in
or the law office of C. E. Spencer, in rear
of the court house. This building and2
the county commissioners' office, next
sgouth of it, were of wood and burned
'or rapidly. Hunter & Oates' large diry,
:et os house, and the opera house on
rthe second floor next took fire. The
Scourt house was also soon in flames, arid
ld all four of the buildings were burned.
ur Hunter & Oates saved most of their
stock. C. E. Spencer's library arid
Spapers were mostly saved, as were also
the reco)rds from the eourt house. H un
ater & Oates' loss is $22.000 on building
re and stock; insurance, $2,500 on building
and $3,000 on stock, placed in the
aHartford and Phoenix.
alThe county loses the court house and
or the ad jacent office buildings; no insur
ance. The lower st 'ry of the court
house, it is hoped, will not have to be
rebuilt. The county's loss is about
mC. E. Spencer, W. B. McCaw, Hart t
rk & Hart adFinely & Brice suffered]
3d considereble damage iu removal of
~books and papers, also M. & P. C.
Strauss in removel of goods, covered by
th insurance; loss about $1,500.
a, The Rock Hill and Chester fire
e departments responded promptly to
the call for help, and although the fire
was well under control when they
ad reached here, their efforts saved the
er court house from being a total loss.
,, At one time, with a high southeast
'wind, it looke liked the loss would
'e- The total loss is about $33,000, with
$7,000 of insurne.
THE LEGISLATURE MEETS. i
rone Elected Speaker-Purefoy Reading
Clerk of the House, and Cal Caughinan
of the Senate-Pope and Gray Hold
Their Positious-Bease Rushes
His Bills to Reduce Salaries
and Prohibit Liquor.
[Special to Herald and News.]
CoLUMBIA, Nov. 22-3 P. M.-The
3eneral Assembly met to-day at 12 M.
Hon. Ira B. Jones, of Lancaster,
speaker of the last House, was re
lected without opposition.
Gen. J. Walter Gray, of Greenville,
,lerk of the last House, was also re
lected without opposition.
For Reading Clerk of the House
.here were several candidates, as Mr.
Welborn, who was Reading Clerk last
ession, is now a member from York.
urefoy, of Edgefield; Morrison, of
Eampton; Russell, of Kershaw, and
Nithers, of Chester, were the candi
lates. On the final ballot the vote
tood: Purefoy, 60; Withers, 29; Morri
Speaker Jones made quite a conserva
ive speech on taking the chair. After
he reading of the Governor's a w.aae,
3lease of Newberry introduced a bill
o prevent the charter of social clubs
with barroom attachments; bill to l
imend the charter of Newberry; his
,eneral prohibition bill published some
ime ago; bill to prohibit sale of liquor
n election day; and a bill to reduce S
alaries. It is understood that Mr. s
f"eldell, of Edgefield. who was tempo- P
ary chairman, today will be named as
ihairmnan of the ways and means comn
The seats of the Beaufort members
iave been contested. Argument will
e heard on the contest by the board of
:anvassers this evening.
IN THE SENATE.
The Senate was organized with very n
ittle delay. Dr. Sampson Pope, of New- s:
>erry, was re-elected Clerk and Cal i
Jaughman of Lexington was re-elected I
Reading Clerk. Senator W. H. Tim- o
nerman, of Edgefield,was elected pres- 8
dent pro tem. of the Senate. **
Slashing Down the Salaries.
Below are the figures in a new salary
yill that will be introduced on Wednes
lay morning by Representative Blease
3overnor,........................$3,500 $3,500 s
ieutenant Governor, $S C
per day, and mileage d
same as Representa- b
lovernor's Private Secre- n
tary ........................... 1,000 1,500
lovernor's messenger...... 300 ......
secretary of State............ 1,500 2.100 -
secretary of State's clerk... 1,200 1,500
omptroller General......... 1,600 2,100
omp. General's clerk...... 1,200 1,500
3omp. Gen'l's bookkeeper 1,200 1,500 ,
State Treasurer.................2,100 2,100 t
State Treasurer's clerk-...1,200 1,500
state Treasurer's two book
keepers (each).......1,200 1,500 -
Superintendent of Educa
uperintendent of Educa
tion's traveling ex-]
penses................ 300 ...
Superintendent of Educa- C
tion's clerk............. 900 1,000 C
Adjutant General........ 1,500 1,500
Adjutant General's travel
ing expenses.......... 500 ....
Adjutant General's clerk.. 900 1,200o
Attorney General........1,800 2,100
Assistant Attorney Gen'l.. 1,000 1,500
Chief Justice S upr e me
Court.................. 3,500 4,000
Associate Justices.......3,000 3,500
Circuit Judges...........3,000 3,500
Clerk Supreme Court...1,000 ...
Librarian.............. 750 ...
Sup. Penitentiary...... 1,8502,10
Captain of guard...........
Directors, $5 per day and
5 cents mileage...........
Regents, $5 per day and
Solicitor First Circuit...1,...
State Librarian........... 0
Senators and Representa
tives, $4 per day and
mileage each way........ . .
Clerk of Senate.........0 ,0
Clerk of House.........7 ,0
Assistant ................ 25
Reading Clerk Senate.2
Rairoa Comisioers..1,50 2,100
NEW YOR, Nov.18,-0r C.....
land In ~p-e~ci atS (ulle tener c
himla Il~li ~ vuz \ia1,25 c,500
fes~ng t:atl~- lis 1,80l 0 ......a
satifacton ' ciIt 500' ......v an
reitrati~g s l'-i 600~ f 1,000 th
Demcrti j: i,. p ~ 200Se th50
sposility Comisioeras...e i,5n the00
Light o OEra peole MAEy. lv
oEountry, Fmy attacmenpte to Tue ri
tadion thee biato a hae tendered
intoingithathe besred mot eoparin
peotisfcin h oerldtge atr, andacosiuns
reiterating bwebknes and imfctin,h
Demonserto p:inll es, mind thereI
"Myd that, f aov illudeiotsmperd
asgivngondbeon almotetrl dibscutesb,a
weosibmay consatl suedi the so
eigof and sAea ol. ThMygh wepe s
of icount,m attacmeo the prile of
ipes hont adpeemocracy aprc
ion fthewa o latimes havenerd,
int lwaing the beto the ful nfi n of
ofiticy dutyake and dmperetions, al
misgivings, bOeyndBal 2ifcutes.
teilluminati a o Lherincps o
[ng the tacin Serptie ofdane,
SAS NOW OALN SALORTBCEY-RA
T DESUNG N S HORE.
Alones wot the ric f a misi1. p
LLtiJ.L1f .1W L'Ni .Z\ L
Mr. Geo. W, Cook
Of St. Johnsbury, Vt.
Like a Waterf
After the CriF
rremendous Roaring in the .
-Pain in the Stomach.
To C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.:
"Two years ago I had a severe attack <
irip, which left me in a terribly weak an
ilitated condition. Last winter I had an
ttack and was again very badly off, my h
early wrecked. My appetite was all go
ad no strength. felt tired all the time
isagreeable roaring noises in my head, I
raterfall. I also had severe headaches ax
Severe Sinking Pains
i my stomach. I took medicines withoul
fit, until. having heard so much about H
arsaparilla, I concluded to try it, and tl
ult is very gratifying. All the disagr
ffects of the Grip are gone, I am free
ains and aches, and believe
surely curing my catarrh. I recomme
all." GEo. W. COOK, St. Johnsbury, V
HOOD'S PILLS cure Nausea, Sick Head
adigestion, Biliousness. Sold by alt druggis1
k LL PERSONS INDEBTED
me, by note or otherwise,
otified to come forward and setth
ime at once, as I must close 1
All claims not se'tled by the fir
)ecember will be placed in the h
f Johnstone & (romer for collec
o please come and see me by
me and save yourself trouble
L. W. C. BLALOC
OIE OE FIXAL SEJTLEII
A D DIS 0IARG E
N THE 2STH DAY OF
ceber, 1892, I will make a
ettlement of the estate of An
romer, deceased, and apply for a
ischarge as adminstrator. Pe:
olding claims against the estate
resent the same to G. U. Sale,
iy attorney, on or before said dat
JAMES W. CROMER
LL PERSONS INDEBTEC
the undersigned are notified
hey must settle their account.
0. B. MAYE
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 22, ]892.
Y ORDER OF THE PROB.
Court I will sell at the late resic
f S. H. Fellers, deceased, at public
ry, on the 8th day of December,
er cash, all the Personal propert3
mging to the estate of said dece
onsisting of 3 Mules, Cow, I
~armin1g implements,Carpenter's 1
ousehold and Kitchen furn.i
Vagon, Corn, Fodder, Cotton seec
J. LAWSON FELLERS
URSUANT TO AN ORDEI
the Probate Court for Newl
ounty, S. C., we will sell at p
utry, at Newberry Courthous
laleday in December, 1892, d urin
egal hours of sale, the following
~state in the Town of Prosperity,
1. The Lot and Office at presen
upied by the Press & Reporlter.
2. The Lot and Storehouse forr
ccupied by S. M1. Pearson.
3. The Residence Lot, bounde
ts of D. M. Langford, J. S. Bc
ook Bros.. and others, and froi
>n Main Street. This lot will bf
n three lots.
Possession to be given Januar:
TERMS OF SALE-One third casl
>alance on a credit o,f one and
rears, with interest from day of sa
e secured by bond of purchaser
nortgage of the premises, wit hi
o pay a larger portion in cash.
urchasers will be required to i1
he houses for some reasonable aim
nd assign policies. Purchasers t<
For plats and further informatin
'ly to Geo. S. Mower, at Newt
ANDREW J. BEDENBAUC
GEO. S, MOWER,
J. C. SINGLEY,
x'ors, &c.,of Jacob Singley, dece
N ovem ber 12, 1S92.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLU
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
W H EREAS, A LLEN M. LES
hath mladle suit to me to
tim Letters of Administration o
state and effects of Anderst
These are, therefore, To cite an
nonish all and singular the kin
.nd creditors of the said Anders
eacbam, d~ceased, that they be
ppear before me, in the Con
'robate to be held at Newherry (
louse, on the 2->th day of Nove
text, after pubulication hereof,
'clock in the forenoon, to show e
any they have, why the said
inistration should not be arante
Given undler my hand this 9tt
f November, A. D. 1892.
J. B. FELLER~S, J. P. N. C
TATE OF SOUTH CAR )L::
COUNTY OF NEW:XBERtY
Mmmerial Bank of Colin tbia,
hlaintifi, against The Piednmonut]
Improvenent and Investnment(
B Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUT
in the above stated case, tc
irected, I will sell before the C<
oise door, in New berry, S. C., or
rst Monday in Decemiber next,
a, (5th day), at public outcry, s
3 the legal hours of sale, the folio
esried property, viz: All that
r plantation of land in said cot:
antainina Four H lundred and Seve
ight and'One-half Acres, mrore or
djoining lands of A. N. Boland.(
'ulmer, I. & J. Epting, L. W. Bo
d Frank Sheelv, which tract is
rally known as Little Mountain.
Levied on and will be sold as
roperty of "The Piedmont Land
rovement and Investment Cor
y," to satisfy the Execution in
se with all costs.
TERMS CASH.-Purchaser to pa;
apers..W. WV. RISER
Sheifi 's Omle, November 10, 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF N EWBERRY-]
THE COMMON PLEAS.
The Newherry Building and Loan -
sociation, Plaintiff, against WVillia
Bruce Cannon et al, Defendants.
By ORDER OF THE COUB
--d herein, I will sell at public outei
on Monday, (Saleday), the 5th day
December, 1892, all that tract or pis
tation of land lying and being situ:
in the county and State aforesaid, cc
, taming One Hundred and Eighty (I,
Acres, more or less, bounded by lan
l of John B. Mayes, estate of Dr. Thom
B. Kennerly, deceased, and by Jan
of the estate of Mrs. E. T. Suber, c
TERMS-The purchaser will be
quired to pay one-half of the purceb
money in cash, and to secure the b
ance, payable at 12 mouths, with i
terest from clay of sale, by bond of t
purchaser and -a mortgage of the prei
ises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHN STONE, Master.
Masters's Ollice, 12 November, 189:
ead STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COCNTY OF NEWBERRY-]
THE COMMON PLEAS.
f the John A. Porter, et al., as Executors
I do- the last will and testamentt of
e Oliver, deceased, Plaintiffs, vs. Spe
ne, I cer M1. Rice et al., Defendants.
a Complaint for Foreclosure.
d ORDER OF THE COU1
herein, I will sell at public outer
ben- on the first Monday in December, 181
e res before the Courthouse, at Newberr
able all that tract or plantation of Ian
froni lying and beingsituateiu the Statear
county afores.aid, containing Six Hu
la dred and Five (t05) Acres, more or le.
nd it bounded on the North by lands of tl
Mar's estate; Northeast by lands of .
C. Carlisie; East by lands of John Re
ache, wick; South by hids of M. Renwic
. and West by lands of Lewis Duckett
TERs-Purchaser will be requir
to pay one-third of the purchase mon
in cash, and secure the balance, pa
TO able in one and two years, with intE
are est from day of sale and by bond at
hese mortgage of the premises, and to p
SILAS JOB.STONE, Master.
anof Master's Office, 12 November, 1892.
ion. STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN.
that COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-1
and COMMON PLEAS.
K. The Prosperity Stock Company, Plai
-- tiff. against John A. Boland, Defen
PURSUANT TO A DECREE C
forelosure in the above stated ca.
DE- I will sell at public outcry, at Ne,
final berry Court House, within the leg
irew hours of sale, on the first Monday
final December next, the following describ
sons lot of land: All that lot of land in t
inust town of Prosperity, in said County al
Esq., State, contaiuing One-fourth of an Ac:
-" more or less, and bounded by lands
J. H. Cannon and the said John
or. Boland and others.
TERMS: The purchaser will be i
<luired to pay one-half of the purcs
ruoney in cash, and the balance or
TO credit of twelve months with interi
that from the day of sale, to besecured by
bond of the purchaser and a mortga
R. of the premises sold. Purchaser to p
--- SI LAS JOH NSTONE, Master,
Master's Office, 12 November, 1892
TE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
ence COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-]
out- THE COMMON PLEAS.
89,Be- S Schunmpert, Plaintiff, vs. Sidn
se, J. Kohin, et al., Defendants.
ols, BY ORDER OF TBE COUR~
ure, I will sell at public outcry, beft
- the Courthouse at Ne wberry, on the:
Monday in December, 1892, all i
r. tract of land situated in the county ai
--- State aforsaid,containing One Hundr
Iand Sixty Acres, more or less, a:
,bounded by lands of Loretta R. Whe
er, Henry Sheeley, Jacob Bedenbaug
OFestate of Elizabeth Suber, Lavinia Ki
1er and othere.
erry TERMs-The purchaser will be
blion quired to pay one-third of the punch:
the money in cash, and to secure the b:
Reance, payable in one and two yea
~C.: with interest from day of sale, by bo
toand mortgage of the premises, wi
, o- lavetoanticipate payments. P1
2rchaser to pay for papers.copyw
d the terms of sale, the property will
i yresold at the risk of the bidder.
zr, SI LAS JO HNSTONE, Master.
)tig Aaster's Office,8 November. 1892.
1st, STATE OF SOUTH CAROLTNA
'COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-]
and COMMON PLEAS.
two John C. Halfacre, Plaintiff, vs. W1
c, to Abney Norris et al, Defendants.
le a Foreclosure.
The _BY ORDER OF THE COUR
isure herein, dated 80October, 1892, 1 w
ount. sell at public outcry, before the Coul
pay house at New berry, on the 1st Mond;
in December, 1892, all that tract of ar3
ap- in the County of Newberry, State
ery, South Carolina, containing Fift-I
Acres, more or less, and bounded
H, lands of .J. Calvin Neel, Mrs. Elizabe
'Gallman, and others.
TERMS-The purchaser will be
ased. quired to pay one- talf of the purcba
mioney in cash, and to secure the b:
-ance, payable at twelve months, wi
interest from the day of sale, by a hol
A- and mortgage of the premises. Pt
-IN chaser to pay for papers.
- SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
ER Master's Office, 8 November, 1892.
~rant STA'TE OF SOUTH CA BOLINA.
the COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-i
n'J COMMON PLEAS.
I ad- J. L. Dominick and others, Executo:
dred vs. G. M1. Girardeau.
m J. Foreclosure.
and Y~ ORDER OF THE COUI
tDfherein, dated 30th March, 1892,
ut will sell at public outcry, before tj
iber Court House at Newberry, on the fix
rt 11 Monday in December, 1892. all tbi
muse, i(ot of land in the town of Newberx
Ad- in the County and State aforesaid, co
-i taining two acres and a fifth, ,more
day less, and bounded by lands of A
Foot, Proctor Todd and Vincent at
--__ Tennms-The purchaser will ber
qjuired to pay one-half of the purcha
money in cash and to secure the pa
-ment of the balance at twelve monti
A- with interest fromi the day of sale by
-IN :bond and nmortgage of the _premnise
with leave, however, to anticipate pa;
ments ini whole or in part. The pu
C., chasen to pay for papers.
'saud WThis lot may be sold in more pa
o- elsc than one.
SILAS .JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 8th Nov., 1892.
the WING TO A CONTEMPLATE
sale- chanige in business, all persoi
itb- n w indebted to F. B. Mcintosh a
ving e"rnestly requested to call and sett
ract their accounlts at once.
t;, All accounts not s ttled by Decet
nt~y- b,er 5tb, will b'e placed in my attorney
less, hands and. legal proceedings immed
). P. ately inistituted against said parties.
gen- F. B. McINTOSH.
the JERSEYS FOR SALU
piE ING OVERSTOCKED, I WIL
te J.)sell a limited number of Thorouid
bred Jersey Calves-Heifer and Bu
Sfor Calves-at prices to suit the time
No trouble to show stock.
C. S. J. MrcCAUGHRIN,
2.' Tnnisfallen Dairy Farm.
as Competitors Al1
N 5 Bales of our Celebra
300 Dozen Spool Cotton
k' Pro b ate Judge's Sales.
y STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
y- COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.-IN
r- PROBATE COURT.
y James J. Reeder as Administrator
with the will annexed of Abner W.
Reeder, deceased, Plaintifl, against
Elizabeth Reeder et al., Defendants.
- Complaint to sell lands in aid of the
personal property in payment of
N debts and for relief.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER
n- herein, I will sell at public outcry
d- at Newberry Court House, on the First
Monday in December next, all the real
estate of wbich Abner W. Reeder died
)F seized and possessed, to wit: All those
two tracts of land situated in the
e County and State aforesaid, adjoining
al each other. containing in the aggregate
.a Two Hundred and Seventy-five Acres,
ed more or less, and bounded by lands of
e Dr. R. P. Clark, Robert Y. Leavell,
b James J. Reeder, E. P. Matthews and
r hers. The said lands will be sold in
re, two seperate tracts, known as the
A. "Home Place" and the "Johnnie
Place," and plats thereof indicating the
number of acres in each will he on file
e- in this office after the 21st of this month
se until day of sale.
a TERMs: The pure.aser will be re
,a quired to pay one third of the purchase
nioney in cash, and tihe balance pay
ge able in two equal annual iiistallnment:
ay with interest from day of sale, to be se
cured by bond of the purchaser and
mortgage of the premises, with leave t(
-.. the purchaser to pay all in cash. Pur
chaser to pay for papers.
J. B. FE LLFRS,
N Nov. 9, 1892. J. P. N. C.
y STATE OF SOUTH CAR9LINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
TNancy E. Long as Administratix ol
T'G. Adam Long, deceased, and in he;
reown right, Plain tiff, against Corrie
t .1.Smith et al., Defendants.
aadt Y ORDERl OF THE COUR'I
ed herein, I will sell at Newberry
nd C. H., S. C., at public outery, on Mon
el day (Saleday), thbe 5th day of Decem
-b ber, 1892, all tbat tract or plantatiori
b- of land lying and being situate in thet
County and State aforesaid, of whieb
*e- G. Adam Long died seized and pos
ise sessed, and known as the "Wheeler
1.- Place", containig Two Hundred and
rs, Sixty-four and One half (2640) Acres
ad more or less, and bounded by lands o1
tht N. B. Wheeler. Wesley Lind ler, George
ir Wheeler and others, on the following
tems, to wit.
th One third of the purchase money to
be be paid in cash and the balance in one
and two years, secured by a bond of
the purchaser anid a mortgage of the
T_rhis land will be sold in two or more
parcels, the plat.i of which will be on
file in my office on and after the 19th
day of November, 1892.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
n. J. B. FE LL ERS,
J. P. N. C.
T, STATE OjF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ill COUNTY OF NEWVBERRY.-IN
rt PROBATE COURT.
d John M. Kinard as Administrator c. t.
ofa. e.f John A brants, Plaintiff, against
ix Margaret Boyd and others, Defend.
th Complaint to Sell Lands to Pay Debts.
P URSUANT TO DECRETAL OR
- der herein, dated 9th day of No
S vemher, 1892, I will sell at public out
l- cry at Newberry Court House, on the
th First Monday in December next, the
d following tracts of lands of which John
ir- A brams died seized and possessed, situ
ate and lying in the County and State
aforesaid, to wit: One tract, containing
One Hundred and Twenty-nine'(129)
~ Acres, more or less, andl bounded
- by lands of R. P. Clark, Mrs. E. Hinson,
N M. W. Suber and Tranquil church lot,
and one tract, containing Thirty-five
rs, (35) Acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of R. P. Clark, Mrs. E. Hinson, M.
W. Suber and others.
TERMIs: One-third cash, balance on a
ET credit of one and two years in equal
I instalments with interest from day or
Le sale, credit portion to be secured by
St bond and mortgage of the premises
at sold-with leave to purchaser to an
y ticipate payment of the purchase
D money in whole or part at any time.
or Purchaser to pay for papers.
be This land may be oivided in two or
id more parcels and plats will be exhib
ited on the (lay of sale.
e- J. B.FELLERS.
se Noverrber 9, 1892. J. P. N. C.
a STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
" COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-IN
( THE COURT OF PROBATE.
Ebenez'-r P. Chalmers, as Adminis
r- trator of the Personal Estate of Reu
ben S. Lyles, deceased, Plaintiff,
against Orrah L. Irby, Defendant.
Complaint to Sell Land to Aid in the
-Payment of Debts, &e.
P URSUANT TO DECRETAL OR
der, herein, dated 3d of January,
D 1884, I will sell mt public outcry, at
as Newberry Court House, on the first
re Monday in December next (5th day),
le or on the first convenient saleday there
after, all that tract or plantation-of land
i- of which Reuben S. Lyles died seized
's and possessed, situate, lying and being
i- in the county and State aforesaid, con
taining Two H undred and Fifty Acres,
more or less, and hounded by lands of
John C. Richards, John Thomas, Da
- vid Thomas and others, on the follow
Sing terms, to-wit:
SOne third casn; balance on a credit
L of one and two years in equal install
2- ments with interest from day of sale,
i credit portion to be secured by bond of
. purchaser and mortgage of the premi
ses sold. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. B. FE LLERS,
Noember 8, 189-. J. P. N. C.
ace to B
E:S An MI
.IDE IN PRI
trmed at the Vall
,ted Sea Island at 5c-sold else
-3 spools for 10 cents.:
JAMES A. I
*I THE I
They have the largest s
qualities and prices in- the. u
Remember you can get a]
cheapest and from the largesi
WE DON'T PROPONI
Come and examine our:
PRICES AND QUALITY c
fin Iinh811se LI
dUST REOEIVED FA
Thanking you for past favor, an<
AFTER THE 1STDA
I will sell all Watches, (
have been left twelve ix
store, as I cannot keep
if you want your Wat<
~by December 1st.
MY SON JOH N
in charge of my bus
up for repairs. All i
care will RECEIVE J
as hse is a practica
CALL AT SPE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NEWBER RY COUNTY-TN PRO
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS JHtN u.KNAD
ton of the etai ete a d intso Jara
Thee are, thereoe to cite and ad
and creditors of the sid deasd tha
Court of Pobate to be held at New
ecember next after publication here
oca use,cif ay they have, why th
said administration should not be
Gien under my hand ths 24t day
. J. P. N.C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.--IN
Jhn Abrams, Pain*if, a inst Mar
garet Boyd and others, Defendants.
Complaint to sell lands to pay debts.
clains agains thbe estate of John
to pesent thbsm to me on or bfore
th rr .h day of ovembe, 1892, or he
cies I am Offeri
where at 'ic.
shoe Sales HAVE DOUBLE
tock of(ew G dso
aything from the finest to the
to the smallest made.
dock- and we -will sell you if':
1e of )NeW 8oe.
1CM ZiEGLER? BROS.
Ihoping to merit a continuance of samie
SOF DECEMBER. 1892,.
locks and Jewelry that<
toths for repairs at mny
them any longer.., So
ehes, call and get them
0. SPECK 18 NOW;
ines& while I am laid
work entrusted to his
(WA TCHMAKER and
OK'S WHEN YOU
SIN HIS LINE.
NEWBERRY, October 27, 1892.
BORE WELLS EITHER 12 OR18
inches in diameter.. Will make ~
either size to suit customers. WaU
with best Terracotta pipe. Guarantee '
between 7 and 10 feet of' water or no~
pay. -Prices reduced to suit the hard
Call on or write to
L. A. McDOWELL,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNT Y OF NEWBER-IN
James J. Reeder as Administrator with
the will annexed of.Abner W. Reedet,
deceased, Plaintiff, against Elizabeth
Reeder et a], Defendantis.
Complaint to sell land in aid of the
payment of debts and for relief.
A LL PERSONS HOLDING
claims against the estate of Abner
W. Reeder, deceased, are hereby re
qired to render in, nder oath, and .
establish the same before thitecourt. on
o' before the 28th day of November,~
1892. J. B. FELLERS, J. F. N. C. XZ
The n and~ Febe ama nu.