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ELBERT H. ALL ) Proprietors.
Wx. P. HOUSEAL, S
ELBERT H. AULL, EDITOR.
---E WBERRY. S. C.
WEDIESD.Y, OCTOBER 4, 1893.
Some one has been so cruel as to sug
gest that there is a great similarity be
tween the ideas and even the language of
the great speech delivered by Congress
man Talbert in Congress and one of the
published speeches of the late Henry W.
Grady. They go even so far as to sug
gest that the language in some portions is
almos identical. They forget some very
old-and trite yet true sayings such as this:
"Great minds often run in the same chan
neL." Even away back yonder in Solo
mon's time the wise man said, "There is
nothing new under the sun." These
critics should not be so cruel. Of course
a man like Congressman Talbert would
not get up in Congress and deliver one
of Grady's speechee, though he might
make extracts from it.
The Register made the charge, and had
t a great deal to say about it, that Senator
Butler had recommended the appoint
ment of a Republican as postmaster at
Hodges. benator Butler now submits
the affidavit of the postmaster himself
and the statement of a number of the
patrdns of the office that the said post
master is a Democrat.
The Register is over-zealous to find
some fault with Senator Butler's official
The fact that the postmaster in ques
tion retained his position during Presi
dedt Harrison's time is not at all conclu
sive that he was a Republican. We
know a postmaster who has served
through several prasidential terms and
who is a better Democrat than the.Reg
ister and he has been reappointed by Mr.
Cleveland, and he had almost the unan
imous endorsement of the patrons of the
The Register will have to come again.
It is said now that there is not much
probability of the Sdnate agreeing to.the
unconditional repeal of the Sherman
law. It is probable that a compromise
will be agreed upon. One proposition is
"to provide for the coinage of the bul
lion in the treasury and for the purchase
and coinage of somethinglike $2,000,000
of silver monthly,until the total amount
of silver money should reach something
like $800,000,000." Another jmncdment
was wanted "authorizing the secretLry of
the treasury to issue low interest bonds
to maintain the gold reserve and increase
that reserve from $100,000,000 to $200-.
000,000. In other words to give the secre
tary of the treasury the authority to issue
$200,000,000 of bonds if,in his opinion, it is
necessary." This we see stated serthe
proposition of Senator Gorman to the
silver senators. It is also stated that the
silver men are willing to accept thie pro
position. B.t what good will it do to
coin .the bullion in the treasury? We
thought silver certificates had been issued
oni that already. But maybe a great
many of them have been redeemed in
Something should be done, it there is
anything to do.. There cerainly is no
need for so much talk. The people are
N tired of talk and it is accomplishing
State Treasurer Ba'tes does not seem
to be entirely in harmonf on some im
-portant questions of finance with the
other members of 1'.e State naministra
*tion. Is it not alnost ~suicidal not to
- agree with the leaders? -
We would like to inform our-esteemed
cotemporary at Prosperity that Senator
Irby ws on.a recent visit to South'Caro
xliida. Itpeems to have overlooked that
important item of news.
The Herald and News does not believe
Superintendent Mayfield has been guilty
of receiving any bribe, and we will have
-to have furtherteidence before we are
Gov. Tiliian does not talk now like he
-did when he was writing the Shell mani
festo.' Then he charged it against 'the
oligarchy as 'one of its greatest crrimes
ths few lynihings that had taken 'place.
Now the lynchings are many and he asks:
'What's the use to write to the Solicitor
and have him get up afarce of an inves
tigation?" At-one time he wanted the
Legislature to give him authority to chop
off the official 'head of aliy sheriff who
pemitted a prisoner to be lynched.: Now
he says: "This question of .lynch law is
getting to be a serious one.". Trne itis
and -literally. nothing is being done to
Tiy present state of affairs, let us hope,
cannot last alway. There will be an
awakening and it will be terrible as an
-army with banners.
*If thefispensary is such agreat thing
and such a lovely and beautiful thing; if
it has suddenly lgrought all the husbands
and brothers and sons to their homes
early in the evening and sober; if on its
account a man can't p'urchase but once a
-day and in no event more than five gal
ions at a time and therefore can't possi
bly become intoxicated without the accu
mulation of several days' supplies at one
time; if it has suddenly made everybody
sober, and driven out the bacchanalian
revels and cursing and all other evils, is
it not a great pity that we never thought
of such a scheme long ago? Is it not
strange also that since the State has en
gaged in the sale of whiskey with such
an exalted moral motive-with the sole
purpose of elevating the morals of the
Stateis it not strange, we say, that such
efforts should have been made to put
dispensaries in every tod-n, and even in
places where, under the old plan, no
whiskey at all was.sold?
But these are strange times, you know,
and a great many things are done for
We hope the consumption of whiskey
will be reduced under the system. Bat
we have noticed recently that some of the
same persons who of yore were in the
habit of taking too much, still do the
same thing, and we do not believe there is
a "blind tiger" in these parts. We have
had it three months now, and in' three
months' more we may be able to form
some sort of opinion about it. Let it
have a fair trial and open field. No ob
stacles have been thrown in its way in
The Alliance has been in the habit of
endorsing all the reform leaders and
pledging them continued and undis
turbed and everlasting support, whenever
anything was bro ight against them. But
we did not expect to see this noble order
solemnly put its seal of approval and ex
tend its condolence to even a reformer f
who had been drunk. Yet that is exactly
what Bryson Alliance in Laurens County
has done in the case of Senator Irby.
We venture that this action has no pa- t
rallel in the annals of deliberative bodies.
They seem to have some little regrets
that Senator Irby took too much, but
then the whole matter is charged up t
against the anti press and the antis gen
erally. Senator Irby is given to under
stand that he is all right and that the v
antis are gloating over his misfortune. a
We are sure we have seen nothing but
regrets in the anti press at the unfortu- a
nate occurrence and state of our junior s
This action of Bryson Alliance certain
ly breaks the record. Just think of it! j
Here is a member of the grand and noble c
Alliance officially in meeting assembled I
giving its endorsement to drunkenness.
Well! We knew that it was very easy for a
a reformer, it mattered little what he had f
done, to get the endorsement of a set of
resolutions, but we scarcely expected to
ever see it come to this. .
"BRYsoN ALLIANCE, Sept. 23. 1593. t
"Whereas, the public printaduring the past ?
few days are teeming with lurid accounts of
the unfortunate affair of the Hon. J. L. M.
Irby in Columbia, and
"Whereas, We can see that the anti-press is
gloating and reveling over Colonel irby's
>lunder, not because of the affair itself, but
because it was a reform leader who made the
slip. Therefore, be it
"Resolved, That while we are deeply pained
that Senator Irby made this mistake of be- C
coming Intoxicated, yet we recognize the fact t
that he, like all of us, is but human, and it is
human to err.
"2. That the ghoulish glee manifested by t
the radical anti-press over Colonel Irby'a mis
take is but a pretext to cast odium upon the
reformers and Alliancemen throughout the
"3. That the attacl- come from a set of men
who, many of them, not only drink every day
in the week-and Sunday too; and it is all
right because they are antis.
"4. That we hereby extend our sympathy to c
Senator Irby and assure him of continued
support and unalterable confidence,
*M. B. CRISP,
State Treasurer Bates says he is no
Populist. He will attend the St. Louis
Convention this week, but if it goes to e
leaving the Democratic party he will c
withdraw. It is likely a Third Party t
The States of Ohio and Colorado have
undertaken to provide clothing for all
needy school children. It was thought I
less expensive to the State than for them c
to grow up in ignorance.-Ex. . E
Juit carrying out the idea of providing
them with books, but better than the
plan of depositories at which they can
buy them. If the pupil is unable to pay I
for his books and clothes, better furnish I
them by the State than to try to open a
business 'house at which place he can
buy them. t
Mr. Alfred B. Shepperson, the author 2
of "Cotton Facts," says that the crop is
going to be very short and he ex4ects
Liverpool prices to reach 10 or 12 cerits1
before J'anuary. The actual yield will
be about 6,430, 03 bales. The condition
is lower than any October in the last ten
years. The supply is short and the de
mand is going to be greater. But the
price is still low. That we can't under
stand., If the price does go up after the]
cottoi is out of the bands of the pro
ducer it will.not be of much benefit t6 the
country. We want to see the price begin
to get a move upward before the pro
ducer sells. That will help all of us. f
There was another lynching in Aikenr
last week. This has been a year for
lynch law. The -number breaks the
Gov. Tillmani told us when he was
campaigning that one of the things he
was going to do was to put a stop to
lynch law. That was one reform but,
like .many othere, it has not panned
This Aiken case was not the usual
crime,-the lynched man was chargedc
with marder and probably guiltf-but
we have courts and judges for this sort
of business. If this thing keeps on we
will soon' do away with courts and ju- I
ries and everything will be,Ieft to the
arbitramenti% the mob..
The tendency .in this direction -ist
dangerous td our liberties. / 1
We wionder sometimes if thieAIerld
-is r~eally growing better. It does look
at times as- if crime and lawlessness
were on the increase.
And there is another Jynching re.
ported in Williamsburg County in the
last few days.
The Laur%ns Heraid did not give in
its last issue that promised statement
from Senator Irby himself. It is best
to let the matter die down. There was, I
no doubt, more truth ithe published
+statements than our cbntemporary
cared to believe. We told you so last
Mayor Trout,of Roanoke, Va., has
returned to his home and everythibg
seemed to be quiet. He is still suffer-t
ing from the wound in his foot.
The case against Mr. D. M. Langford .
for delivering a package of whiskd3.ia
violation of ths Dispensary law has
been appealed from the decision of
Judge Simnonton to the Supreme Court I
of the United States. Sheriff Riser ~
was served with the papers last week.
It is a mnatt'er of some importance, and
everyone will be glad to have a final ia
hearing in the highest court in the land. r
VAN ALEN INTlE SENATE. 1
Enough Democrats Will Combine With the
Republicans to Defeat His Confirmation.
WASHINGTON, September 29.-Mr. f,
Cleveland is as stubborn farVan Alen's
confirmation as he is for the repeal of
the rurchase clause in the Sherman
law. At the present moment, acd'ord- 'r
ing to appearances, Van Alen's fate is
doubtful. Apparently the supporters
of Van Alen in the Senate will be con
fined to a certain limited number of
Democrats, who will act from a con
viction that they should stand by Mr, I
Cleveland do what he will. Nothing b
could induce the body of Republican I
Senators to vote for Van Alen's con-. c
firmation; and enough i)emoerats will 9
go with them to render confirmation C
exceedingly difficult. t<
Gaughman Cets His Place-.
[Special to Columbia Journal.] a
IWASHINGOoN, D. C., Sept. 30.-F. C. g
Caughman received his appointment c
to-day and has been sworn in and is a
now on inty. t
HE'S NOTA "POr."
(o Free Silver and Populist Ideas for Dr
Bates Who Goes to the St. Louis Con
[The State, 2nd.]
Governor Tillman has gone to the
it. Louis bimetallic, or, as it is more
enerally termed, Populist convention.
3e left yesterday and will arrive in St.
.ouis this evening. The Governor
vill be, from present indications, about
he only man to represent South Caro
ina in that convention, who is of the
ane way of thinking with those who
esued the call for the convention.
He appointed twenty delegates, but
hey did not go. Whether it was be
ause they could not or would not, re
nains to be seen. One man alone ac
ompanied the Governor to the con
'ention, but he is of the opposite way
f thinking from Governor Tillman.
'be Governor appointed Dr. W. T. C.
lates, the State Treasurer, a delegate,
,nd he went. Dr. Bates before con
enting to go, called on the Governor
,t his office and frankly told the chief
xecutive that he was not following in
is footsteps on the financial situation.
)r. Bates was seen before he left the
ity and asked about the matter and
"In case I attend the St. Louis con
'ention, I expect to do what I can to 1
,dvance the business interelts of the
outh, through a commercial union
vith the. West. I do not expect to take
ny active part in the political features
f the convention."
Iben-Dr. Bates went on to talk about
he financial question, and remarked :
1I am in favor of the immediate re
eal of the purchasing clause of the
;herman law. I believe in this emer
,eney that such a course would do the
reatest amount of good to the great
st number, and on that account I
avor speedy action, and then the finan
lal question in its entirety can come
ip on its merits.
"I believe that it is incumbent on
he Democratic party to carry out its
>olicy as expressed in the Chicago plat
orm and if it does not there will be a
-'The free, coinage of silver will not
ive the relief that its friends expect,
.or do the harm that its enemies*pre
liet. The silver question is only one
actor in the financial problem. I am
n favor of bimetallism, and I hope that
he Democratic party will carry out its
oledges in regard to gold and silver."
As will be seen from the above Dr.
lates, although he attends the conven
ion as a delegate, only goes to look
fter. the financial interests of the
ountry as he sees it, and when
hat feature of the. convention is dis
>osed of, he will retire and decline to
ollow the lead of Governor Tillman in
he matter of the formation of the pro
>osed new Populist party.
It is possible that Senator S. G. May
leld, of Barnwell, who is of the Gov
rnor's way of thinking, way get to
t. Louis in time to participate in the
Governor Tillman is much imbued
vith the idea that great things- will 1
ome from this convention, and the
act that he goes alone shows that he
ntends to take a prominsnt part in its
>roceedings. Many of his ardent ad
erents think that he has. allowed his 1
raulting ambition to be the leader of
he proposed new party, get away with. I
is better judgment and that he will I
et repent of having gone so deeply
nto thi,s matter Others think that
te cannot be wrovg and that his little
cheme will iWrk like a charm, and,
hen the next national campaign
omes around, the farming classes will
ear him on1he stump, and carry him
n their shoulders into the presidential
The fight isabout to bein. Tillman
as taken the bull by th horns, and
3en Terrell is about to appear and as
ist him in managing the animal. The
)emocratic party is in the background,
ecupying the band wagon and watch-1
ng the performance. How long it will
emain in its place of vantae re
nans to be s en. When Matadr Till
nan and Picador Terrell, and their
ore of assistants, who are now wear
ng the Democratic cloaks, throw off
hese disguises and get down to their
eal work, there is no telling what may
rappen. But the people are watching
he contest with deep, yet quiet in
GoY. -rIL.xMN ONC INNCHING. 1
E Condones It in Certain Cases, but Says
it Will Ultimately Be stopped.
CoLUmmIA, September 29.-When
sked what would be his course in re
|ard to the lynching of Carter Stewart,
olored, at Aiken, for murder, Gov.
illmanto-nightsaid: * 1
"I shall suppose the Grand Jury will
lo its duty about the matter. What
use to- write to a solicitor *and have
tim get up a farce of.an inveetIgation ?
his question of lynch law is get ting to
>e a very serious one, and is beginning
o run its-regular course as shown by
e experience of other States. Lynch
rgs are generally directed against
ertain crimes. There are some cesp.
n whbich it is- proper. ButA Jast:
oe 'ase will omaahemathe'ni- J
ec euwinnll bel od m-so-nevaereba
w.nehmtent for the lynchers that
ynhin'gs will have to be stopped. I
hik that there isi but one crime for
vhich a matn should bie lynched in this
itate. That is 'rape. It takes three
'ears toiwevure thekfull 3peration of the
aw against a murden-r when he has
ulenty of monewy wirth whici to push
i case. The la w in this resp ought
o changed, anid I fre'quertly Tecom
nended such a4ch enge to-the Legisla
ure, but it has paid na attention to it.
bomething ought to be done to secure a
>rompt conviction. This ease seems to
tave been a most brutal murder, but
he man could have been hanged as
ording to law, and everybody would
lave been much beter satisfied."
No official notice will he taken -
he recent lynching.
THE RED CROSS IS ALL Rf6HT.
hirty Thousand People on the Sea Islands
Must be Fed for Eight Months.
WASHINGTON, October 2.-The fol-1
>wing telegram has been received
ro Miss Clara Barton, president of
be A merican Nation al Red Cross, at
eaufort. 8. C.: -
"The Red Cross has to-day oiflcially
ecepted and assumed control of the
elief of the Sea Island sufferers, ten
red t wo weeks ago by the Governor
id commnitees- of South Carolina.
'his implies the housing, feeding,
lothinig and nursing of 30,000 people
yr eight mo9nthls, with no aid from the
lovernment and no fund but direct
bat ity of the American people. Our.
eadquarters and address are at Beau
>rt, . C."
NEW sHOFS FINIsH ED.
he 0.. C. and N. RaHIroad shops at A bbe
[Special to The State.]
ABBEVILLE, S. C., Sept 30.-Mr. G.
. Hutterson of Atlanta has finished
is contract with the Seaboard Air
ne. The round house is done. It
est. $55,000. The temporary shops,
hich have been located at Elberton,
la., will be moved here Monday, Oc
ber 2nd, and the hands will put up
be wood working house for the shops
there the cars are repaired. Side-4I
racks are being laid. The tuin table 1
nd water tank are also completed..
'he plant, when finished, on the Geor
ia, Carolina and Northern road, will (
ost $110,000. The Georgia, Carolinat
nd Northern railroad shops are a big
bing for Abbeville.
;AN'T KEEP THEIR SECRETS.
But This News Is an-Open Secret in South
[A. W. Butts in Augusta'Chronicle.]
Darolina, it seems, cannct keep her po
itical secrets at home. If that State
has surprised the world with reforms
n the last four years, it will continue
to astonish its own citizens with politi
mal maneuvres during the coming two
ears with plot and counter plot among
,he reform factions.
There is a plot now brewing to re
ash the judiciary and some strong
political figures will go down in the
melee if the administration scheme
The Hon. Eugene B. Gary, present
Lieutenant-Governor, has been marked
by Tillman for slaughter, for the rea-.
on that he is not at the nod of the ad
The Hon. Ira B. Jones, present
speaker of the House, whom Gov.'Till
nan has made so prominent in the re
ent railroad cases is to be made Asso
iate Justice, if the present scheme pre
raile. The Hon. Samuel McGowan,
)resent Associate Justice, is to be re
;ired to private life.
The greatest surprise will be when it
becomes known that Tillman has set
2is head to defeat Attorney General D.
A. Townsend, who is ambitious for the
Tudiciary, all because he could not ma
nipulate the dispensary cases as the
3overnor thought they should have
)een done. Then again Tillman is
naking a move to gather about him
men of more ability than helbas been
wont to have for, as a prominent re
'ormer said to-day, that it is the only
way Tillman himself can become a
)ermanent figure in politics.
The plan to defeat Mr. Townsend, it
eems, is to give to him the choiee of
unning againsb Judge Wallace or of
foing in the judicial district of Judge
iudson, whom the reformers are in
ent on defeating, and then springing
ke Hon. John L. MLaurin, now mem
)er of Congress, and beat him. If
rownsend runs in the district of Judge
Wallace he will be opposed by the Hon.
R. C. Watts, member of the House, and
n case the reformers are not strong
,nough with Watts their plan is to
bhrow Watts' forces to Wallace and
lefeat Townsend with him.
Judge James Aldrich is t- be re
ained. Some forces are said to be
oncentrating on the present mayor of
Jharieston, Mr. Ficken, who is a re
'ormer, to defeat Judge Izlar, and in
he event of not getting enough
trength there then they will concen
rate on the Hoi. W. C. Benett of
Abbeville, ex-member of the House,
who will be championed by R. R.
[emphill, the present State Senator.
rhere seems to be an unwillingness (,a
;he part of Hon. D. E. Finley, State
Senator, to oppose the present pre
iding Judge I. D. Witherspoon, in
'act, it is stated by Finley's friends
ere that; he has refused to enter a
)lan to defeat or oppose Judge With
'rspoon. In that event-the field will
>e left opn to Hon. J. C. Jordan and
on. R. C. Watts.
In the judicial district of Judge T.
B. Fraser, no reform lawyer can be
round with sufficient strength and le
al ability to risk a fight in the field
nd the reformers .do not want,to dis
)lay their weakness by acknowledging
hat there is not enough talent in their
anks as to takeanother candidate from
he field at large.
BUTLER'S PULL PULLING.
rhree Appointments Secured for Citizens
of South Carolina.
ISpecial to the Greenville News..j
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Sept. 26.-The
ollowing ''appointments for South
)arolinw' were made to-day : James
). Meredith of Laurens counts, to
e engineering department in Indian
[erritory ; .E. C. Hammond, of Aiken
~ounty, to the agricultural department
n Montana; Dr. Towers, of Edgefield
~ounty, surgeon to Indian Territory.
Many Persons are broken
down from overwork or household cares.
Brown's Iron Bitters Bebui the
.stem,aidsdlgestion.removes excess o bWe.
and cnresmalarla. Get the genuine.
If You'Will Read.
.he strong testimonials of persons who
iave been cured by the use of the Har
'is Lithia Water, you will be convinced
f its efficacy. . tf.
DONTRACT TO LET.
O NE OF THE COUNTY COMM IS
sloners will be at the Brown
>lace, near Prosgrity, to receive bids
or building bri2ge over Nancy Brown
reek, on the 14th of October, at 10
i'4~k~183.J. C. DOMINICK,
Turos. S. SEASE, Clerk.
DONTRACT TO LET.
- f. oKwberry County will receive
,idsfrdmper of Poor Bouse, Physi
:anafr.aupers .and Jail, and Clerk
mrd Attorney of -Boand for ensuing
year, on-November 7th, 1893, at their
ffic J. C. DOMINICK,
THoS. S. SEASE, Clerk.
THE~TAX BOOKS FOR NEW
berry County will be opened for
ollection of taxes for fiscal year com
mencing November .1st, 1892, on the
5th day of October, 1893, and will re
nain open until 31st of December next
nlusive, with no extension. The
ollowing is the levy:
f'or State pugroses...........5& mills.
Fr Countypurposes.........2 mills.
~as' 001 purposes..... 2 mills.
~xcept in the following localities where
in additional Railroad and special
Schoof Tax has been levied as follows:
[ownhip No.1, for Railroad... I mills.
[owship No. 9, fijr-Railroad...2 mills.
raded Scood District in
Town of Newberry..........3 mills.
lutherford School Distriet... mills.
ohnstone School District..2 mills.
Jtopia School District...-.. 2 mills.
A special tax of one dollar has been
evied on male citizens between the
ages of 21 and 50 years, except those
xempt by law.
1 will be at the following named
laces on the day mentioned:
ead Fall, Konday, October 23d.
Villiams', Tuesday, October 24th.
ongshore's, Wednesday, October 25th.
alapa, Thursday, October 26th.
Whitmires, FrIday, October 27th.
Nalton, Monday, October 30th.,
~omaria, Tuesday, October 31st.
;lighs, Wednesday, November 1st,
until 1 p. m.
olly street, Wednesday, November,
1st, from 2p, m. to 5p. m.
~rospeity, Thursday and Friday, No
vem ber 2nd and 3d.
All the other days I will be at the
'reasurer,'s office which is Dow located
inder the Opera House at New berry,
. C..C. F. BOYD,
HE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBER
RY-IN PROBA~TE COURT.
ohn M. Kinard as Admr. of the Estate
ot Reuben Harrington, Plaintiff,
against Nicey Harrington and others,
)omplaint to Sell Laud to Pay pebts.
HE CREDITORS OF REUBEN
Harrington, deceased, are hereby
equired to render and establish their
lemuands before this Court on or before
he 10th day of Oclober, 1893.
,J. B. FEI,LEAS, J, P. N. C.
Sept. lth, 1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, f
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY- IN
E. P. Cbalmers, Administrator, against
C. W. Kinard and others.
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, dated 19th August, 1893, I
will sell before the Court House at
Newberry, on the first Monday in No
vember. 1893, (unless ,previously dis
posed of privately,) all that trace of
land, the property of the late Sparta C.
Kibler, in the County and Stata afore
said, called the Cureton Place, in three
or more subdivided tracts as shall be
indicated by plats thereof, containing
Three Hundred and Sixty Acres, more
or less, formerly bounded by lands of
estate of James Cureton, P. H. Dennis,
T. T. C. Hunter, John Whitman, S.
A. Hunter and Y. C. Myers.
Terms- The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one-half of the
purchase money, and to secure the
balance payable in one and two years
with interest from the day of sale, by
bond and mortgage of the premises.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
1'In the meantime the Master is
permitted by the said order to negotiate
with persons desiring to purchase at
private sale the said lands, or any por
tion thereof, to be laid off by a surveyor,
the bargain to be confirmed by the
Master's Office, 3d Oct., 1893.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas V. Wicker, surviving Ex'or,
&c., against James L. Kennerly, Ad
ministrator. and others.
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, dated 9th January, 1893,
I will sell before the Court Houso at
Newberry, at public outcry, on the first
Monday in November next, that tract
of land in Newberry County contain
ing Three Hundred and Sixty-Two and
a Half (362A) Acres, more- or less,
bounded by lands of Hill.ry Suber,
Mrs. H. C. Caldwell, Smith L. Davis'
estate and others, and known as "The
Dr. Kennerly Residence."
Terms: The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one-third of the
purchase money, and to secure the bal
ance, payable in one and two years,
with interest from the day of sale, pay
able annually, by bond and mortgage
of the premises. Purchaser to pay for
Upon the failure'of the purchaser to
comply with his bid in ten days, the
premises-will e resold at his risk.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Oct. 3, 1893.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas V. Wicker et al., Executor,
vs. James L. Kennerly, Administra
tor, &c., of Thos. B. Kennerly, de
ceased, and others,
Thomas V. Wicker et al., Executor,
.&c., vs. James L. Kennerly, Admin
istrator of Thos. B. Kennerly, dec'd,
and Moreta E. B. Kennerly, dec'd,
BY ORDER OF THE COURT IN
the above stated cases, I will sell
t public outcry, before the Court House
at Newberry, on the first Monday in
November next, all that tract of land
in New berry County, containing Two
Hundred and Eighty-Eight (288)
Acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of J. K. G. Nance, Hardy Suber,
estate of Charles F. Sligh and Hillary
Terms: The purchaser has leave to
anticipate payment in whole or in part;
otherwise he will be required to pay in
cash one-third of the purchase money,
and to secure the balance payable in
ane and two years, with inmerest from
the day of sale, payable annually, byJ
bond and mortgage of premises. Pur
chaser to pay for papers.
Upon-the failure of the purchaser to
comply with his bid in ten days, the
premises will be resold at bis risk.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Oct. 3, 1893.
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YOURS TO PLEASE,
INWIN, S. C., SEPT..23, 1893.
S. ROCKI ILL,8. C.
DEAR SIR; Your letter of Sep
ember 21st, containing check for
Tifty-One Hundred and Five
$5,105.00) Dollars, received,
ame being in full settlement of
>olicies Nos. 382,581 and 118,100
>n the life of H. L. -Goss, de
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ettlement of these claims, which
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Department of the Carolines,1
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