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can was one of the -
call of the Forty 1
ony and calling on 0
1 political and factional I
in this State to let the dead i
its dead and asking the peo
get together and look to the J
future. Yet at the first opportunity he q
is one of the first members to make a V
factional and bitter speech and all, so
far as we are able to see, for no cause
whatever. Mr. Thomas of Richland t
introduced a resolution asking that the
State Treasurer be asked to explain
how it was that he had paid out some
thing over $31,000 for the public print- 0
ing when only $20,000 had been appro
priated by the Legislature for that pur
pose. We have no doubt that Mr.
Bates could have given his resson for
doing so. We can see in the inquiry
no reason for supposing there was any
insinuation against the integrity of Mr.
Bates, bt the bitter speech of Mr.
Duncan and his efforts to defend Mr.
Bates before any accusation of wrong
doing is mentioned, does Mr. Bates an
injustice. Mr. Thomas had a right to
make the inquiry and it seems to us
that it would have been an act of
simple justice to the treasurer to have
had an explanation from him.
If Mr. Duncan is sincere in his de
sire for peace and good will amorg the
white people of South Carolina, as we
had hoped he was, he will have to
learn to bridle his tongue and to prac
tice what he preaches. No honest pub
lie official should object to the very
fullest investigation of -the manner in
which he is managing the trust which
has been committed to his care and if
he should object it is the right of the
- people to make the inquiry. We have
no doubt of the honesty and integrity
of Treasurer Bates and we do not be
lieve an investigation would have in
jured him in the least and it seems to
us that Mr. Duncan's speech was to the
gageries and certainly it was an appeal
ta,of factionalism which he
am clais in the address of the Forty he is
desiring to wipe out. Mr. Thomas' re
ply was dignified and manly and does
- The Herald and News takes pleasure
in commending the conservative course
taken by the Hon. C. T. Wyche In the
present session of the Legislature. He
-bas showed his good sense and stood up
for those things which were right on
several occasions. In several matters
the Hon. J. T. Duncan has been right
also. We have not heard much from
the Hon. W. D. Hardy. The Colambia
correspondent of the News and Courier
has the following to -say of Messrs.
Wyche and Duncan: "The Newberry
'. delegation has shown up well this ses
sion. Dr. Wyche bas been an agree
able surpi ise. He once was thought to
be an ultra Reformer, but he had the
good sense to see the folly of reductions
of appropriations for salaries and the
State institutions. Mr. Duncan has
done some ~ he same
On another occasion we noticed that
these gentlemen deprecated the folly of
trying to array country against town
and the passage of any legislation that
had such a tendency. We think Mr.
Duncan was off his base on the Thomas
resolution but we gladly note these
evidences of a cessation of bitterness
and are glad to see that some of our co
temporaries have a, kind word of com
mendation- for the gentlemen from
Newberry. We are delighted to see
our Newberry men coming to the
The House seems to have a fit of
economy. Salaries have been again
reduced and appropriations all 'cut
down. This is wrong and will not run
* he gauntlet in the Senate. The reduc
tion that was made last session is suffi
cient but it does not go into effect until
after the first of January. The Herald
and News believes in economy and re
form, but at the same time we believe
in paying our public officials a decent
salary. The cut now proposed will
-make it impossible for a poor man to
hold office for he cannot afford it.
Ther'e should be a fair election and a
fair count in the matter of sending
delegates to the constitutiobal conven
tion. This is a very important matter,
and we want to see our best men go to
the convention. The Senate has fixed
the election in March. This is entirely.
too early and a bad time to hold an
election. The House will likely amend:
iand place the election of delegates later
out in the year. If it does not it
President Cleveland is down in
Georgetown this week on a big hunt.i
- His purpose is to take a little outing in
rom its the hope that it will help his rheuma-|
OSItism. We would like to have him come
r,ue y Newberry and pay us a call. It has
the ed en a long time since we had a real
30 s.a e president of the United States in
pendit midst. In fact we believe Presi-,
S Davis was the only one ever herei
he was only passing through and:
ing to dodge the enemy and the
ayor of the town at that time, Mr.
Silas Johnstone, we believe, did not
have much opportunity to do the
honors of the occasion. If he cannot
come to New berry we hope he will be
induced to visit Columbia and some ot
us can go down there and pay our re
We publish this week a synopsis of
the provisions of the proposed metro
politan police bill now before the Leg
islature. We are glad to be told that
the prospects for the passage of this bill
are said not to be good. Such a meas
ure can do no good, and is only calcu
lated to keep up stre and bitterness
If the dispensary law cannot be en
forced with the unlimited number of
State constables now on the force, or
who may be put there, it cannot be en
forced with a metropolitan police sys
temn. For the good of the 'State wei
hope the Legislature will have the good'
sense not to pass tbis law.
Co.nverse College has closed the con
Who can tell what became of the
Advance interest on the bonds? Who
mows bow much Rhynd of Augusta
eceived? The Herald is desirous of
his information. The Newberry Her
id and News says that Ex-Governor
'illman has come out clean. Perhaps
ve can get light from Newberry. Will
,ur contemporary tell how much of the
60,000 went as commissions and who i
ot it?-Spartanburg Herald.
We have no information on the sub
ct. That matter does look a little
Lueer but we made no charges because
re had no proof and it is the business
f the party making the charges to
ring forth the evidence and substan
iate the charges.
We do not propose to imitate what
re condemned in Tillman-making
rholesale ebarges of wrong doing with
ut any proof. If you have any proof
ring it along.
A 10 year old white boy was most
ruelly and foully murdered at Wil
iamston one day last week. A coron
r's inquest was held and one Ed
Wlivan, a 15 year old negro boy com
nitted to jail as the party who did the
eed. On the way to Andersoa the
onstables in charge of Sullivan were
>vertaken and at the mouth of the
)istol were required to turn over Sulli
ran to a mob bent on lynching him.
le was taken back to Williamston and
t is said some 500 citizens assembled
Lnd swung Sullivan to a tree and
iddled his body with bullets. Gov.
Rvans acted promptly and did his duty
o prevent the lynching, but to no
vail. This thing of mob law should
>e put down and there is no way to do
t but to make an example of some
There was a killing in Spartanbug
ast week. John Kirby shot and in
itantly killed James Hammett. The
:wo men were related and were on
riedly terms but had imbided too
reely of dispensary chemically purr.
'he dead man had three bottles of dis
ensary on his person. Still the pro
ibition--dispensary advocates tell us
;hat the dispensary promotes temper
mee and the cause of morality.
The salary reduction bill passed by
'he last Legislature according to an
pinion of the Attorney General does
ot go into effect until after January 1.
[n the House M-. Duncan voted to
have it apply to this session, while
Aessrs. Wyche and Hardy voted
gainst it, and they were in the major
ity. So the members will draw $5.00 a
day for this session.
Dr. R. N. Wells, an eloquent and
able divine of the Methodist Confer
nce of South Carolina, died in Green
ville on the 11th inst. He had just
been stationed at Greenville, and had
been there for only one week. He had
been in bad fjealth for some time. He
was one of the strongest men of the
conference and was greatly beloved.
The police bil' introduced in the
Senate apparently with the approval
f the administration does not look
much like there was any peace desired
except it be the peace of Warsaw.
The Young Peoples' Christian En
leavor Society convened last Sunday
:norning at eleven o'clock and discussed
;he following subject: Helps and Bin
lrances to leading a Christian -life,
>ased on the 8th chapter of St. Luke,
Ith to 15th verses.
Indiations are that the holidays
will be stuffed plum lull of fun. The
yoys say they are goinggeserenade the
ommunity and in spite of the low
arice of cotton they expect to be
.reated as they were last Christmas
which was well enoug'. Then there
will be the shooting match, the p arty
md the cake walk. And beyond doubt
Brer Rabbit will also find it necessary
o0 travel for his health.
Last Sunday evening was pleasantly
spent by the young folks at the resi
sence of Mrs. Mary Kinard, selecting
md practing pieces to be sung during
~ervices at St. Phillip's on Christmas
There ain't any,.fun in keeping
achelor's ball at all, for about the ime
:he bread gets through with its "rise,
maturity and decline" there is a hall
u a fellow's stomach that feels about as
big as the hall which he occupies.
In regard to Chips we want to say
hat he bit the nail on the head when
tie said that "the time has fully come
when the good thinking people of the
State must go together irrespective of
faction and forevermore bury this ill
reeling that is ruining the. white peo
ple of our State." if our people are
interested and have the progress and
welfare of our institutions and indus
tries at heart they should court peace.
Peace brings contentunent, happiness,
encouragement, confidence, prosperity,
3apital, labor, domestic, and foreign
:mmerce. What inducements to live
peaceably together. But how can a
person who sincerely desires to live up
toottie requirements of "preach and
practice peace" bear and forbear and
swallow and choke down the insults
und false charges made against the
very men and measures which he ad.
rcates. By natural endowment there
exists in the bosom of every honest
man an overrulin~g power that appeals
to his conscience for the vindication of
bs convictions against the unfounded
sharges of his opponents. We are will
ing to take your advise friend Chips
mnd preach and practice peace, and to
bear and forbear as long as any body as
we have heretofore, but in view of the
ab'ove when anyor.e begins to "rub old
sores" in order to pacify his malicious
rteelingr we are just bound to bile over.
But if the good people of both factions
will just keep their fingers out of each
>thers political fire and work together
ror. the common good of the country,
there will be no cause for dissention
mud strife and a long stride will have
:>n made in the direction of the long
Dec. 17, 1894.
Messrs. Lester, Hunter, Mayer and
Jonwill, of St. Lukes commuuityV, paid
>ur city a call recently. Come again
roung men we will always be glad to
Miss Sarah Waters, of Jalapa, spent
ieveral days in our city visiting friends.
Wee think she must have carried away
.he hearts of some of our young men.
V. A. Hill is having his d welling en
arged and will move to our city soon.
Mr. T. 0. Pitt's dwelling house will
oon be completed and Mr. Pitts will
oon be a resident of our city.
Mr. W. S. Brown, of Spearmanville,
s spending a few days in our city with
3is Uncle Col. Rowland. Some of
rapala's young men seem to have taken
1uite a fancy to our city.
Mr. F. G. Spearman, Jr., has gone to
)cala, Fla., and expects to make that
ity his home for the next year. Mr.
Spearman is a hustler and we wish
tim success ini his new home.
10 Days sale of all goode regardless at
tf.Matthews & Cannn's.
11E NEWBERRY Hll
LEGISLATIVE PROCEEDINGS. r
what the Legislature Has Done and What 1
the Outlook Is-An Interesting Letter.
COLUMBIA, S. C. Dec. 18th, 1894.-rt f
annot be said that last week was a
7ery remarkable one for the amount of t
woik done by the General Assembly. ]
t least the work was not of such a s
iature as to make much of a show. 8
ut it can be said that the work done P
was of such a nature as to prepare the e
way for much to be accomplished this A
Probably the most note worthy thing
was the election of a United States
enator to succeed Senator M. C. But- S
er, whose term expires next March,
1th. This event happened ou Tuesday
a each house of the Assembly and was
;nfirmed by the two houses in joint 0
ss3embly on the following day. En ti
>assant, the statement wired from e
Nashington to the News and Courier, J
o the effect that Senator Butler bad
tated that ex-Governor Tillman would C
iever take his seat, created very little t
.omment here until to-day, after the i
naking public of the decision of Judge
soff in the case of theWashiogtonLight
[nfantry (Charleston) guns. Senator
Butler coupled with the above asser
ion that he could win his case, (the t
llegality of the election laws of the Ip
3tate,) before the United States Court e
n twenty minutes. A Conservative (?) (
Reform Senator was heard to say to
lay that after Judge Goff's decision in
LhWashingtonL,ghtInfantry case that t
Benator Butler might know what he 0
was talking about, and that he did not
ancy the expression with the lights
ow before him.
Senator-elect Tillman takes his elec
tion quietly, and shows no unusual
elation over it. To a representative of b
northern paper he stated that he took e
the election to the United States Seu- e
atorship as an endorsement of his four c
years administration as governor, and t
as a vote of confidence. So it can be r
seen that the ex-Governor is very well S
pleased with his record, whatever others j
might think of it.
He and his family will remain here
for ashort while before proceeding to
his recently purchased farm near Tren
ten, where he will make his home un
til he goes to Washington, one year
rom the present.
The next most important matter of
the week was the passing of the Con
tiutional Convention bill by the Sen
.It had been introduced th'e week pre
vious and was the special order for
Monday. On that day it received its
second reading and was amended in a
few particulars, and was made the
special order for the next day, when
under agreement, it was to receive
general amendments. It is proper to
say that it 'iad many amendments
offered to it, but few were accepted.
The bill as it was reported from the
Committee passed the Senate with
very little change. The registration of
voters for the election of dtlegates to
the Convention will commence on the
first Monday in February and continue
for eighteen days. The election of
delegates is to be held on the fifth day
of March, and the Convention will
meet on 30th July. Each County will
have as many delegates to the C,nven
tion as it has members in both houses
of the General Assembly.
$30,000 is appropriated for the expen
ses of the Convention, and the dele
gates are to get a per diem of $3 and
mileage five cents going and re urn ing.
The liveliest incident of the sessiou
happened during the discussion of the
Constitutional Convention bill. Sena
tor Finley had offered amendment that
the ballot boxes should be so placed
that they could be seen from the out
side. There was every possibility
the amendment being carri and
many who afterwards vot gainst it,
are known to have favoreAit in the be
ginning. Senator Bui .ddressed him
self to the mio .uwever, and before
hegt - he said several things
that~stirred so~me of the most Reformed
members so much that they voted
against the amendment because Sena
tor Buist favored it.
Senator Mower offered the following
amendment to section 14 of this bill;
"Provided, however, That nothing in
this act contained shall prevent or be.
construed to prevent any party, or
the supporters of any candidate or set
of candidates from placing a watcher
or challenger at said polling place."
The amendment was laid on the table
by a vote of 24 to 9.
Up to this time this Is the only bill
that has caused much discussion this
A number of bills have been passed
by both houses, and a number ratified.]
Among those of general applicationi
m ay be mentioned one, the first section
of which reads as follows:
"Section 1. That any person who
shall be found on any highway or atI
any public place or public gathering in
a grossly intoxicated condition and
conducting himself or herself in a dis
orderly manner, or any person who
shall use obscene or profane language,
accompanied with disorderly conduct,
on any highway or at aoy public place
or gatering, shall he deemed guilty of
a misdemeanor and upon con viction of
either of said offenses shall be fined not.
less than five dollars nor more than
fifty dollars, or imprisoned not less than
five days nor more than tbirty days."
Also a bill to require cotton bu: -:s to
number each bale of cotton bought
with same number that is put upon
cotton bills and b,ooks, and providing a.
penalty for violations.
A joint resolution extendingr the timri
for the payment of taxes to tMarch 1st,
as passed both houses. Also a bill
regulating the sale of goods marked
"ster ing," "sterling silver," ."coin,"
or "coin silver." This makes it a mis
demeanor to offer for sale goods so
marked that are not what they purport
to be. A bill amending the militia
laws of the State and giving the Gov.
eror more control over them has passed
without opposition. The appropriation
of $10,000 for the militia has also passed.
A bill providing for a quarterly exami
nation of the accounts of the dispen.sary
has also been passed. Also a bill ap
pointing B. R. Tillman a trust~ee of the
Winthrop Normal and lIndustrial
Shool. Aliso a bill requiring all per
sons or corporations building a wireI
fnce along a public or private road,I
where the same runs parallel with a
railroad track to nail a board on or
near the top.
A bill to provide for the appoint
ment of a Board of Police Commis
sioners, and for the reorganizntion of
the police, and to provide salaries for
the same, in cities of over 2,500 inhabi
tants, when deemed necessary or advis
able for the better govern ment ot such
cities, has passed its second reading in
the Senate, but will come up for gen
eral discussion andi amendments on its
third reading. The vote on its second
reading stood 2 3 to 10 in its favor, but
both Senators Mower and Vprdier were
absent and both of them will vote
against the bill. The vote on its third
reading will be close.4
A large number of important bills t
have been passed over until next ses
sion by the Senate. Among them may(
be mentioned the following:-all the <
new ewx.uty bills; to promote the inde
pendce of electors and to enforce the I
secrecy of the ballot; to declare it a mis
demeanor for any person or persons
after actual notice or knowledge of the V
existence of any mortgage or lien there- I
upon to dissever, detach or remove from 1
thbe freehold of any lands upon whbich I
any such mortgage or other lien may '(
exist and building or fixture, withouta
the writ ten consent of the mortgagee or I
holder of such lien, and to provide a
punishment therefor; to-amend an Act 4
entitled "An Act to protect primaryt
elections and conventions of political e
parties, and punish frauds committed
thereat," approved December22dI, 1888; 1
to require all life, accident and casualty
insarance companies, now or hereafter'
doing business in this State, on a legal I
RALD AND -N EW
eserve plan, to invest such reserve in
bis State; to establish the Sutb Caro
na Institute for the Blind; to prohibit
ny teacher, trustee of other sebool olli
er breing agent for any school books.
The House was eng-ged in matters
nancial ftr the bet.ter part o: last week.
t was at work on the appropridtiOn
ills, and it has pruned all the way
rough, not forgetting to begin at the
ay of the members of the General As
?wbly whose per diem it reduced to $3
er day, and the mileage to five cents
ich way, instead of teu, as formerly.
.11 of the State oflieers' salaries have
een cut, and are fixed at the following
gures: Governor, $2,200; Secretary or
tate and Comptroller General, each,
.400; Attorney Gen- ral, $1,600; State
reasurer, $1,900; Superintendent of
ducation and Adjutant and Inspector
eneral, each, $1.20); Superintendent
the Penitentiary, $1,400; Justices of
e Supremve Court, and Circuit Judges,
ich, $2,000. The bill goes into effect
anuary 1st, 189.5, except so far as it re
tes to the Justices of the Supreme
ourt a-d the Circuit Court Judges,
bich does not take effect umtil the
rrns of the present officers shall have
The bill requiring rairoads in this
tate to furnish separate coaches for
rhite and colored passengers has passed
e House. Also a bill red-leiig the
er diem to Sheriffs f,r dieting prison
rs from 30 cents to 25 cents, except in
The week passed very pleasantly in
he House and there was -ittle to show
hat there were two factions represented
n the floor. The factions have cer
ainly "got together" in the lower
ouse of the General Assembly.
J. WILSON GIBBES.
r. Ira P. Wetn ore. a prominent real estate
gnt ot San Angelo, Texas, has used Chatm
erlain's Colic. Lholera and Diarshca Rem
dy in his family for several years as oeca
ion required and always with pertect suc
ess. He s-ys: " find it a pertect cure for
ut baby when troubled with colic or dysen
,rv. I now feel that my cuttt is not com
lete wiLbout a bottle of this Remedy at
nme or on a trip away from home. For
16 Boils at Once
good's Sarsaparilla Purifies thd
Blood and Restores Health.
M1r. F. W. Stowea
Wilmot, S. Dak.
*C.. ood & Co., Lowel, Nass.:
"About four years ago my wife was oubl
with salt rheum. Although we nearly
everything it Fot wcrse istes better and
spread over both of her t go that she could
arly use them. FinalI .se commenced to
use Hoods Sarsapa.rrlla t'dwhen sne had takcen'
two bottles he:- handsere entirely healed and
she 1as not sUinc troubled. In December,
1892, my neck wascovered with boils of a
There wer%jdxteen of them at once and as soon
as ealed others would break out. Mi!
1~n]ybecame covered with ridges and
scars. I then comnmenced etking Hood'sSara
parila, and after taldnlg four bottles the boils
bad all healed and the scars have disapped.
ngdedo aH dser of th blood." F. V
BTo, Wilot, South Dakota.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
ecIently, on the liver and bowels. 2me.
B yAUTHORITY GIVEN ME
in the last will and testament of
Fiarriet C. Willingham, deceased, I
,vill sell at public outcry at Newhberry
Jourt House, on saleday in January,
[895, the following tract of land of
a-hich sne died seiz?d:
That tract of land in Newherry
?ounty, known as the Harriet C. Wil
ingham Home Place. containing 316
Acres, more or less, and botunded by
nds of A. Y. W. Glymph, Mrs. Willhe
Ruf, Mrs. Berley, and other lands of
he estate of the said Harriet C. WVil
Plat will be exhibited at thbe sale.
TERMS.-he terms will be made
nown at the time of sale.
Purchaser to pay for papers.
A. J. WILLINGHAM,
Probate Juge's Sale.
BATE OF~ SOUTH CAROLINA
Fbn H. Rudd, as Administrator of
Eliza F. Rudd, Plaintiff,
Annie S. Rudd et al, Defendants.
?Domplaint to sell land to pay debts.
P URSUANT TO A DECREE OF
this Court, in the above stated
sase, I will sell at public outcry to the
riighest bidder, at Newberry Court
Elouse, South Carolina. during legal
aours, on Saleday in January next,
rll that Tract of Land situate in the
county of New berry, in said State,con
:aining Five Hund red and Seventy-five
uacres, more or less, bounded North by
ads of Artnur Madden, B. M. Ma
:hews and Win. Riddlebuber; east by
ads of E. A. Payne and Martha E.
Elll; south by lands of Bennett Hol
and, G. ti. DeWalt and M. B. Ma
TERMS: One half cash, the balance
wii b interest from the day of sale, due
tt twelve months, secured by the bond
>f the purchaser and a mortgage of the
>remises, with leave to purebaser to
pay entire bid in cash. Purchaser to
pay for papers., If purchaser does not
ommply with terms of sale land will be
eoold on some subsequent saleday, on
ame terms, at risk of former purchas
JOH N M. CL AR DY, J. P. L. C.
Dec. 13, 1894.
FTTE OF SOUT H CA ROLINAI
E. M. Laz rus & Co. vs. Richard V.
B VIRTUE NEECUTION
inbeQbve stated case, and suni
iry other executions lodged in the
sheriff's office, I will sell at New berry
jourrt House. on the first Monday
saleday) in January, I89.5, at public
iutery, to the higbest bidder, Five
iluudred and Fifty Acres of land,
nore or les, in Newberry County,
Lbou nine iles from the town of[
gewbeerry, and bounded by lands of
[. xW. Keitt, Jos. L. Keitt, James H.
Brown, Thomas Wicke-r and othe's,
he same being the Rutherford Home
'lae, formerly owned by Hon. W. H.
it, exclusive of seventy-five acres
dlotted to the said Richard V. Gist for.
Levied on and to he sold as the prop
rt of the defendant Richard V. Gist,
o satisfy the debts set forth in said ex
Trms of sale, cash. Purchascr to
>ay for pal:ers. W.V.R E,
W.hW.riff N. C
Shbry S . e. if5 189. C
n..wa,.- R O Time 15. 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL1NA
James J. Lane, as Trustee of JLo. 0.
Burr F. Gaggaus and others, Defend
BY ORDER OF THE COURT V
berein, dated 24 November, 1894, I f
[ uill sell, at public outcry before the a
Dourt House at. Newberry, on saleday 2
n January, 1895, all that tract of laLd c
n the Couuty and State aforesaid, con- T
aini-g One Hundred and Eighty- 0
ight Acres, more or less, and bounded a
) lands of Dr. Win. M. Dorroh, es- 1
ate David Johnson, deceased, Thos. B. d
eitzsey, Mrs. Cordelia Reagiu, B. S. A
.lding and others. -
TERMS: The purebaser will be re
juired to pay one-third of the purchase q
iouey io cash, and to secure the bal- 11
%nce by -13od aud mortgage of the prem- a
ises sold, payable in one and two years, P
with interest on each instalment from t
day of sale. Leave, however, will be t
given to the purchaser to anticipate P
payments in whole or in part. Pur
ehaser 1,o pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE. MAster.
Master's Office, 15 Dec., 1S94.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLiNA;
COUNTY OF NE WBERRY-IN
Honora E. Werts, Plaintiff, against
Thomas F. Harmon and others, De
B Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, I will sell at public out
cry in front of the Court House at New
berry, on the first Monday (saleday) in
January, 1895, the following described t
three tra.1s or parcels of land in the I
County of Newberry, State aforesaid, I
128 Acres, more or less, and bounded
by lands of Estate of B. H. Waldrop,
deceased, lands of Jobu R. Leavell and
84 Acres more or less, known as the
"Houe Place," bounded by lands of
John It. Spearman, aud other lands of
B. H. Waldrop, deceased.
50 Acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of John Earnbardt, Jesse D.
Hornsby, John R. Leavell. and other
lands of Estate of B. H. Waldrop, de
TERMS: The purchaser will be re
quired to pay one-third of the purchase
money i.n cash, and to secure the bal
ance by a bond of the purchaser and
a mortgage of the premises, payable in
one and two years, with interest front
the day of sale, with leave:to the pur
chaser to anticipate pa.y ments in whole
or in part. Purebaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's OtIce, 17th Dec., 1894.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUN' Y OF NEWBERRY-IN
William T. Hatton, Plintitl, a
E. Crooks, John - d W.
Y ORDER OF THE COURT
I herein, dated 24th November, 1894,
I will sell oefore the Court House at
Newberry, on the first Mondsy (sale
ay) in January, 1895, all those two
tracts of land in Ne.wberry County,
State aforesaid, adjoin inir each other,
one containlil'g Eighty (80) Acres, more
or less, and the other c.'ntaining One
Hundreoi and Fifty (1.50) Acres, more
or lees, ma:king e. tract of Two Hun
dred atnd Thirty (230) Acres, wore
or less, and bounded by lands of
J. . J. Sn her, James J. Lane, Daniel
P. Werts, D. A. Dickert, William Tobe
and lands of St. Matthews church.
TERMS: The purchaser will be re
quired to pay otie-third of the purchase
money in easb, and to secure the bal
ence by his bond and mortgage of the
premises, payable in one and two years,
with interest from the day of sale, pay
able annually, with leave to anticipate
paymeu-ts in whole or in part. Pur
chaser to) pay for papers.
SI LA S JO HNSTONE. Master.
Master's Ollice, 11th Dec., 1891.
STA TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
The American Freehold Land Mort
gage Company of - oudon, Limited,
Plaintiff', vs. Lo~ isa Bird. John
Bird, jr., and Wesley Bird, Defen
BYORDN OF THE COURT
b'' erein, dated N ovember 21st, 1894,
I will sell at jublic outcry, before the
Court House at New berry, on the First
Monday (saleday) in January, 1895, all
that tract or parcel of land in the
County of Newberry, and State of
South Carolina, containing One Hun
dred and Seventy-Five (175) Acres,
more or less, and bounded on the north
by lads of F. H. Dominick and L. W.
Floyd, on the south by Little River,
separating it from the lands of Fortune
Pits, on the east by lands of L. W.
floyd and Samuel Tribble, and on the
west by the lands of John Hall.
TERMS: The purchaser will be re
quired to $ay one-half of the purchase
money in cash, and to secure the bal
ance by his tond and a mortgage of the
premises, pe.yable in one year, with
interest from day of sale, with leave
to anticipate payment. Purchaser to
pay for papers.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE. Master.
Master's Office, 11 Dec., 1394.
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
ames N Martin, Plaintiff, vs. Hollo
way Hill, Defendant.
Y ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, dated 11th April, 1894, 1
will sell at public outery at New berry
Court House on tiie first Monday (sale
day) in January, 1895, all that planta
tion of land, lying mn New berry County,
and State aforesaid, known as Defen
dant's Home Tract, containing Six
Hundred and Five (605)l Acres, more or
less, bounded by lands of the Itidge
Rod and other lands of the Defendant,
Duncan's Creek, lands of F. M. Setzler
TERMs: The purchaser will be re
quired to pay one-third of the purchase
mrony in cash, and to secure the bal
.:e by his botnd and a mortgage of the
premises, payable in one and two years,
with interest. from the day of sale, with
lave to anticipate payment in whbole
or ini prt. Purchaser to pay for papers.
SIL AS .IOH NSTONE, Master.
Master's Ottice, 11 Dec., 1894.
STA TE OF SOUT H CA ROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE WBE R RY-IN
Hugh E. Gray, Plaintiff, vs. Sudie E.
~Y ORDER OF THE COURT
.'her,-in, dated 26th Novemb,er, 1894,
T will sell before the Court House at
New berry, on the First Mionday (sale
da) in Jan uary, 189.5, all that lot or
parcel of land in the village of
eleena, containing SixTy-Six Hun
dredths (66 100) of an acre, more or
less, and hounded by lands of Carrie
D. Shckley, the Colomtbia and Green
vile Railroad Company, and fronting
on t.ottage street of the said village.
TERMS: Tihe purchaser will be re
quired to pay one.balf of the bid in
cah, and to secure t hebalmi~~ paya-i
ble in twelve months, with in r~estr
from the day of sale, by a bond a
mortgage of the premises. Purchaser\
toIpy Afo papersT E tr
us,.a new ma no. 1894.
IATEOF SOU 'H CAROLINA
COUNIY OF NEWBERRY
IN .OMMON PLEAS.
,he Union Mortgage, Bankiug & Trust
Compauv, Limited. Plastitl's, vs.
L. It. sims and W. G. Wheeler,
BY ORDER OF THE COURT
herein, daied 24id November,
S94, I will sell at pub!ie outcry before
re Court House at Newl,-rry, on the
rst Monday (saleday) in January, 1895,
I1 that tract or parcel of land iu
ewberry County and State aforesai i,
ontaining Three Hundred and Fifty
wo (352) Acres, more or less. bounded
i the north by estate of D R. Phifer
2d C. F. Tidnarsh, on the Si.uth by
.nds of Mollie T. Sims and W. A. A n
?rson, on the east by T. P. and T. W.
brams, on the west by lands of Mollie
TER:%S: The purcbasor will be re
aired to pay one-half of the purchase
ioney in e'sh, and to secure the bal
nee by his bond and a mortgage of the
remises payable in one year with in
rest from the day of sale, with leave
> anticipate payment. Purchaser to
ay for 1)apers.
SIL~AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 11 Dec., 1894.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NE WBERRY-N
'honas M. Neel et al., Ex'ors, Plain
John Hall et al., Di fendants.
BY OBDER OF THE COURT
heBi-ein, V will sell at publit auc
ion before the Court House at New
wrry, on the first Mond.ty in January,
S95, all that tract of land in the
tate and County aforesaid, contain
ng Eighty-Six Acres, more or less, aid
)ouided by lands of John Byrd. John
D. Pitts, Estate of Elijah Tribble and
Estate of Wash Floyd.
TERMs: The purchaser will be per
nitted to pay the whole bid in cash,
)tbeiwise one-half of the purchase
noney will be required in cash, and
be balance secured by a bond and
uortgage of the premises, payahle in
me year, with interest from the day of
ale. Purchaser to pay for papers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE. Master.
Master's vflice, 6th Nov., 1894.
STATE OF FOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEW BERRY-IN
By J. B. Fellers, E.-q., Probate Judge.
W HEREAS, JOHN M. KINARD
hath made suit to me to grant
.i Letters of Adin'stration of the
These are therefore to eite a
ionish all and singular the kindred
and creditors of tbe said Lavinia Can
non, deceased, tb at they be and appear
before me, in the Court of Probate, to
be held at Newberry Court House, on
the 21st day of January next, after pub
lication hereof, at 11 o'clock i: the fore
noon, to show cause, if any they have,
why the said Administration should
not be granted.
Given und-r my hand thi, 11th day
of December, Anno Domini 1h94.
J. B. FELLERS. J. P. N. C.
Thursday discount sales have
been discontinuied, but we con
tinue to offer some very choice
lines at prices lower than ever
given by us before. We want you
to examine our
Cloaks and Cage8
they will be sold at
Our Dress Goods
are also to be
Sold Very Close,
Do not not overlook our Shoes,
and you will find our line good in
all qualities. Every pair sold un
der name with our guarantee. Our
s leible, durable and dressy.
Come and look through our
stock if you do not buy a dollar's
worth we will not complain. We
Like to advertise by showing our
LAND FOR SALE.
SS I ]NTEND MAKING A
chane in my b'usiness, I will sell
>etween this and first of January. 1895,
ny plant tion'of land in No. 2 Town
bip, con taining 182 acres.
~or further information apply to
J. B. M AYES,
- Newberry, S. C.
Purchase only su e r
least 3 to 4f actual potash.
For Corn, Fertilizers sh
Poor results are due entir
We will gladly send you our pamphlets o
They are _eat free. It will cost YOU "Ot
They re set -;ERMAN
Price LOW DOVIS.P?.
IS A MOTTO WHICH I8 QUITE
..lers advice,.about "Widders." It u
the best of results by 0. M. Jamieson.
NE CESSAR Y
Some of my surplus stock, and I ba,
Men's and Boys' I
Th'at I have rn
6s 0. O3rT
I REPRESENT JACOB
MERCHANT TAILORS Il
pleased to show my samples
I have had twelve years' expe
I do not give you.a fit, I wilinot
Office tweo doors North of .P
sur ance Agents.
SR~ D. SM:
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
By J. B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge.
WTH E REAS,SI LASJO HNSTONE
hT ath made suit to me to grant
him Letters of Administration of the
Estate and effects of Eliza M. Boyee,
These are therefore to cite and ad mon
ish all and singular the kindred and
creditors of tbe said Eliza M. Boyce,
deceased, that they be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be
held at Newberry Court House, on the
20th day of December next,after publica
tion hereof, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon,
to show cause, if any they have, why
the said Administration should not be
Given under my hand this 5th day
of December, Anno Domin.i 1894.
J1. B. FELLERS, J. P. N. C.
WEARE CLOSING UP OUR
bsness and will employ an at
torney to help us collect unpaid ac
counts Decem ber 15!h.
- J. W. KIBLER&4CO.
Notice of Final Settlement.
IT WILL MAKE A SETTLEMENT
.1on the estate at Alfred Farrow, de
ceased, in the Probate Court for Ntew
berry County, S. C., on the 26th day
1of December. 1894, at 11 o'clock in the
1forenon, and immediately thereafte-t
Iapply for a final discharge as ad minis
trator thereof. W. D. SENN,
t. November 20th, 1894.
for cotton which contain at
ld contain 6 Potash.
ly to deficiency of Potash.
the Ujse of Potash.
jng to read them, and they wil save you
KALI WORKS, 93 Nassan Street, NewYor.
AS PERTINENT AS TONY
a policy whieb has been f,lowI.
I have found it
e this day placed on my coun
Uits and Overcoats
sarked down to
I M. JAMIE8O0
REED'S $ONS, the OLDE
N AMERICA, and wilI -
and prices and take order
SUITS TO ORDER
se prices are lower thann
e.y TLittle, if any
~rience in taking measures, aud
ask you to pay for the goods.
stoffice, with F. Z. Wilson,
E ''?.~,NE W3ERY, 8
Why sacrifice your
selling at the present low
when you can store it and
vances which will enable
carry your cotton for better<7
Terms reasonable. For
IWILL MAKE A SETTrL
on the.estate of ElvenaNa
dleceasd1, in the Probate CourtfO
berry C>)unty, 8. e., on the t
Decmter, 1894. at 11 o'clock b
forenoon, and immediately t
apply for a final dischare as
trator thereof. JAMES J. LAu
November 20th, 1894.
THE CREDITORS OF
tate of Dr. James K.
decesed, are notified to r9D4
count of their demands, dill
to me or Jobostonle & con~.
before the tenth day of .ee
and all persons indebted to b
will make payment withou&
dmnGEORGE S. SWY