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N.WUKE AuY M~A #ET.
0orrooted every Tuesday and Friday
by Summer Bros.
Meat... .................. 1.
Shoulders ......;.................... 54 o.
Hams.................................. 1 12c.
Beet Lard .......................... 8.
Best Molasses, now crop...... 00.
Good Molasses................ 25@35c.
Corn ............................. 550.
Meal ................................ 550.
lay.............. ... .. ..... 900.
W heat Bran....................... $1.00.
Ist Patent Flow .................. $5.76.
2nd Beat Flour ................ $5.35.
Strait Flour........................ $5.00.
Good Ordinary Flour...........$4.00(c .75.
Sugar ......................0 to.
*R ice..................................,. 6 8jo.
Coffee................................. 1 20o.
Cotton seed meal, per sack... 900.
Hulls, per ton......... ........... $3.00
- Country Produce,
Butter, per lb ..................... 1 @20 .
Eggs, per dozen ............ 124 100.
hickens, each.................. 124 200.
Peas, por bushel....... ....... 00.
Corn, per bushel..............500.
Oats, per bushel.............35(00o.
Sweet potatoes .................. 00.
Turkeys, per lb ................ 80.
Fodder, per owt ................ 6175o.
The two leading
Sold in Newberry.
I will make it to your
interest to see me be
fore buying. I can save
you big money.
Scarlet Flannel 124, 15, 20 and 25c.,
at Wynn's Bargain Store. t&f2t,
At once, 10,000 pounds of dry hides.
3Ighest market price paid.
t&f tf. Summer Brcs.
Programmkne for Teawclr4 Association Feb.
1. Should the teachers encourage
school exhibitions-Miss Nannie Simp
son, Mr. H. H. Rikard.
2.. Spelling in the common echools
Misi Nannie Livingston, Mr. R. A.
.Don't annoy others by your couVhing, find
risk your life by neglectims a cold. One Min
ute Cough Cure cuies coughs, colds, croup.
grippw,and all throat and lung troubles. W.
Store House for Rent.
On Main Street, opposite R. C.
Williams' Furniture Store. Apply to
R. C. Williams. f&tt.f
James D. Nance Camp.
There willl be a meeting of the James
D. Nanco Camp, U. C. V., held in the
court house at Newberry on Monday,
saleday in February, at 110o'clo'ik a. mn.
All members are urged to attend.
-C. F. BOYD, Ad jutant.
Children and odults tortured by burns,
acalds, i..juries, eczemna or skin dilsoases mayv
accure instant relief by using DeWitt's Witch!
Hlazo, S,.lve It is tue great Pile remedy
W. E. P'elham.
Dress Goods and rimmin~1gs at great
13y reduced prices at Wynn's Bargain
Contractors and Builders.
Estimnates furnished on applica
tion without charge. If you have a
house to build .or .any . mechanical
work to be done it will save you
money to see us before closing con
trhcts. A record of 30 years in the
business. References furnished if
desired. First-class work at lowest
J. C. CANNON & SONs,
Newborry, S. C.
Utopia Alliance will meet at the
school on Saturday, Feb. 5, 1898, at 3
~.A full attendannce desired.
p JNO. R. PERDI4Wv, Pros.
N T igh Is the most distressing
- , u t.lon can be cut ihort by
Whooping ''t.it m. ' Cough Cure, which is
ti as yf0eMii.~~ edy for croipuli( all
als')tno best knownl restE.Pehu
lung and bronch.al tro,uble~'
Ai,c,ut theo Size of, who gets
An exchange says the ma s. te most
the fewest letters complains h ' comn
of tne postoicee; the manwl cr
pliains of bis preacher pays the pro n
Sthe least; the man who compli\)
the most of his neigh bor, Is the mots,
est neighbor, and the man who has ths
leasit sense is most donceited.
Justly Proud of Ilhumn.
Mr. R. B. McCarty, of the firm of R.
B3. McCarty & Co., of Newberry, has
for more than a month been afficted
with rheuimatu.m, last week he was
brough t irom Ne wberry to his brother's
Mr. D. P. McCarty, In our county.
"Bob''" is a Saluda boy whose business
ablity anid success have made Sabld
jusly pr.oud of himn. The sympathy of
of many friends are with this splendil
young man while he sM1fers.-Sludl
.ro Cure' a Cold ini One Day.
'ake Laxative Uromo Quinine TaF
,i e~'All Druggists refund the mono;
* uMs to euro. 25c. f atOm
VAIIOUS AND ALL ABOUT
Winter at last.
Toe days are much longer.
Monday next will be saleday,
To-night "The Midnight Fire .at the
Mayor Evans spent Wednesday and
Thursday in Columbia.
Dr. J. Ward Pelham, of Clinton, was
in Newberry on Wednesday. -
W. H. Hunt, Esq., wont down to
Coluwhia Wednesday on legal business.
Miss Nannie Henderson, of Colum
bia, is on a visit to Chief H. C. Hunter's
To-pight at the opcra house "The
Midnight Fire" will be a realistic scene.
Don't miss it.
-Bring the children to see "The Mid
night Fire" at the opera house to-night.
Only 15 cents.
Rev. J. D. Mahone, of Newberry, Is
visit .ag his daughter, Mrs. Dr. W. M.
Mea,_or, at Unon.
Editor B. G. Price, of the Walter
boro Press and Standard, was in New
berry on Tuesday.
Miss Minnie Cannon is visiting rela
tives in Newberry this week.-Pros
perity Advertiser 2nd. -
The town tax books closed on the
31st of January. But few executions
wil' have to be issued.
Minor Teague. colored, a member of
the Eagle Hand Engine Fire Company,
died Wednesday night.
As always, the latch-string to this
oflIce will hang on the outside of the
door on salesday. Drop in.
See the fire department at work in
the fire scene in "The Midnight Fire"
at the opera House to-night.
The country editors seem quite indif
ferent to the rm.or that 0100 counter
felt bills are in circulation.
Prof. Geo. B. Cromer, of Newberry,
was in attendance at conference here
Saturday.-Chapin News, 2nd. .
"Col." Frick, who is attending New
berry College, came home to attend
conferenoe.-Chapin News, 2nd.
A few shad have been put on the
market here by some of our fish deal
c-s. They come a little high yet.
See notice in another column for
bids to haul gravel for the city council.
Bids considered next Tuesday night.
The city court room will no longer be
a public loaling place. When you walk
in these days you meet a cold reception.
Miss Kathleen Copeland has returned
home after a few weeks pleasant visit
to friends in 'Newberry. - Bamberg
The cast for "The Midnight Fire" is
so perfect in preparation that they
could have given the performance sev
eral nights before this.
Next Monday a week will be St. Val
entitie's day. Some of our merchants
have nice lines to select from, both
comic and sentimental.
The Laurens papers tell us that ex
Senator Irby is having an office fitted
up and will resume the practice of law
within the next few days.
There has been a big sale of tickets
for "The Midnight Fire" at the opera
house to-night, but there will be plenty
of seats for all who come.
If you miss getting reserved seats for
"The Midnight Fire" at Sholtz's, you
can get them at the door, as more than
100 seats are not on the diagram.
Hon. J. A. Sligh will deliver an ad
dress'before a mass meeting of farmers
of Abbeville and Greenwood Counties,
at the former place, on Thursday next.
Alderman J. J. Lane is acting mayor
in the absence of Mayor Evans. He
presided at the meeting of the city
council last evening with the dignity of
Mr's. Peter Robertson of Newberry
sp)ent Saturday, Sunday and Monday
with the family of her brother, Mr. Joe.
H. Hunter of our town.-Prosperity
Manager Floyd of the Cotton Seed
Oil Mill and Fertilizer Company, is
selling an immense quantity of- fertil
izer. He has a good thing and the
farmers are fast finding it out.
The absence of editorial .matter and
other shortcomings in this issue is
caused by the absence of the editor,
who is in Columbia on business con
nected with the State Press Associa
Mr. J. J. Lane, Newberry's great
fertilizer dealer, has made arrange
nmonts and -will again handle the famous
Wanido Guano. He wants to supply
you with guano the coming season.
Capt. C. H. Parks has arrived from
Atlanta, and wvill at an early date go on
the road in the interests of the Caro
lina Manufacturing Company. New
berry welcomes him. He is at the
Mr. JT. ii. Hewitt, advance agent for
Gorton's Minstrels, was in the city yes
rezday, billing the company to appear
j eon the night of tne 9th. He is a
pi. etgentleman and makes friends
wl -over ho goes.
I M r. A. J. Cook, the p)oplar clerk at
The Newbrriy, has returned from a
visit W relatives and friends in differ
ent pa b'ta of the State. Dr. W. E. Beol
cher oc uipied h is place at the hotel
during b s absence..
Mr. R. A'. H arrison, one of our pros.
Newberry one dlay last wouk, had the
misfortune of being robbed of one hun
dred and eighty-two dlollars.-Higgini
Ferry Cor. Saluda Ad vocate.
who went to Greenville to investigati
A the a.es of small-pox in dispute thor'
several weeks ago, writes the Abbeville
Prose and Banner that the disease is
undoubtedly small-pox. Thj t ought
to settle it.
Capt. S. J. McCaughrin attended a
meeting of the State Agricultural and
hiechanical Society in Columbia Wed
nesday night, and was appointed on a
committee to look after the develop
ment of the unoccupied property of the
The stockholders of the Newberry
Building and Investment Company
wore paid up and the businosE brought
to a close yesterday. r The stockholders
were all plvased with the results of
their inved,,, mts. Leo another be
started at once.
Chapin News, 2nd: "Geo. G. Domi
nick, who is a student at Newberry
College, is reported as being at the
point of death. His parents have been.
called to his be tide." We are sorry
to report that there is but little ot no
improvement in the youug man's con
Just received, a car load of nails
which will be sold cheap at Summer
A Small Fire.
A small fire occurred on Hon. Geo.
Johnstone's place, about three and a
half miles from the city, Tuesday night.
The cow stables on the place were
burned and about $25 worth of food.
The Taz Levy.
The County Board asked for a tax
levy for this county of 3j mills for ordi
nary purposes and 4 mill for past in
debtedness, which will make the total
tax levy for this county 4 mills. This
does not include the State levy.
There is no levy asked for railroad
purposes, as has been published. That
is a local matter and concerns only cer
tain townships, which is arranged by
the County Board.
Why %will you buy bitter nauseating
tonicA when GROVE'S TASTLESS CHILL
TONIC is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.
Your druggist i3 authorized to refund
the money in every case where it fails
to cure. Price, 60 cents.
Fresh arrival today of Huyler's Fine
Huyler's Bon Bonsl
" Assorted Fruits!
" Assorted Caramelal
" Rose Dainties!
" Cream Pepermintsl
Treat your Sweetheart to Huylers and
make her happy.
To the Ladies.
Prof. Chase, Ladies' Tailor and In
venter of Chase's Ladies' Tailor System
of Dress Cutting, will be in Newberry
two weeks more. Prof. Chase has had
many years' experience in Dress Cut
ting and has been a student under the
best lady tailors in New York and Bos
ton, and has invented and pattented a
system that bids fair to revolutiobize
the dress-cutting world. All ladies in
terested in dress making are invited to
call and investigate our system, no
matter what system or chart you are
using. Remember you are living in a.
progressive age-be progressive if you
would be successful. It costs nothing
to test our claim, and we claim much.
We will cut a dress for any form, and
will guarantee a perfect fit without the
slightest alteration. Patterns cut to
order. Agent wanted.
0. L. Schumpert passed through
Spartanburg yesterday. He announced
to some of his friends that he expected
to be a candidate for governor. There
will be a lively camp)aign when he and
Archer and Whitman mount the same
stump. All are fearless in the expres
sion of opinion and while they differ in
their style of speaking, the'y talk with
considerable force and effect. But El
lerbe seems to be the unknown factor
just now. It will be Ellerbe, or some
one else that is better.-Special to
Greenville News, 2nd.
A LONG TIME AGO
Some one asked:
Mistress Mary quite contrary
How does your garden grow?
Such a question is agravating
after the garden is planUtedl and
there is found to be something
the matter with tihe seed,
We don't believo there will be0
any trouble if yo.u come to us for
Garden Sed!! Garden Seed!!!
. .GARDEN SEED..
We keep Biruist's Garden
Seed and they never
FAIL to GROW
Ve wou1M lot Kooli tacin, IF THET DID.
ACCEPTS A MEW POSITION.
Dr. 0. H. Pnrks Goes With the Newberrj
Mr. Charles H. Parks, who has fo
several years past been convected wit1
The Journal as traveling agent au
solicitor, has resigned his position an
will in f lie future represent the Care
lina Manufacturing Company witl
headquarters at Newberry, 1. C.
Mr. Parks will travel for this coin
pany selling caskets and undertakers
supplies. This is no new business fo:
Mr. Parks, he having traveled for thit
line of goods for eight years, and con
iequently is throughly familiar witi
hbe goods ho bas to handle, and witi
.hc trade he has to suroly. No doubi
.e will be successful in his business
Atlanta Journal, 1st.
Cotton Orowers No 9.
All persons interested in cotton
r71owing and the Cotton Growers Asso
-ttion:aro requested ;o meet at Pros
>)erity on Saturday Feb. 12, 1898 at 2.3(
W. P. Pugh,
A. H. Miller,
W. T. Gibson,
Com. No 9.
County papers please copy.
0. L. Schumport is really and truly
n the race for Governor. Mr. Schum.
>ert is a man of ability, a forcible, elo
luent and aggressive speaker and aE
iolicitor of the seventh.circuit for oigh'
rears made a notably successful record
le was one of the "boy soldiers" ir
iho late war.-Greenville News 3nd.
We Misst Have It.
The Saluda Advocate of lait weelk
ays: "Col. M. P. Wells, of the Edge
old bar, was over here Thursday in
he interest of a railroad from Edge
!old by Saluda and Newberry or Green
Aood to Greenville." Since his visi
o Saluda, such was the endorsemen
received that Col. Wells has prepare<
i charter for the above nained road an
It has already passed the House of Rop
resentatives. - Edgetield Advertisei
A New Supervinor.
Governor Ellerbe, on Saturday last
ippointed Mr. E. B. Kibler of Pros
perity to the ofilce of Supervioor o
Registration for Newberry County
rhe appointment is an excellent one
and tho delegation could not have re
-ommended a better man for the place
Mr. Kibler is a young man of excellen
:ualifcation, and will do his duty ac
,-'rding to the. "law and evidence it
mch cases made.and provided."1-Pros
perity Advertiser, 2nd.
A grand opportunity continued
We have concluded to continue ou
grand Slaughter Sale until March 1st
f 2t. Prosperity, S. C.
HEigh Grade Blood and Bonte UertilIser.
XXX Blood and Bone Guano.
taf tf Evans & Wilbur.
We have received the following not'
from Representative Wyche, of Nevw
berry, which we publish with pleasurt
We took the vote as published in th
daily papers. We had no other way c
knowing how the members voted:
MR. EDITOR-YOU do not quote m
correctly in voting to indefinitely posi
pone the lien law. I voted against ir
definite postponement, along wit
Messrs. Kibler and Banks. Mr. Kible
made an extended argument in favor (
repeal of the lien law.
Please correct in your next issue an
C. T. WYcu.
A Good Letter-F,rm the Clerk of tho Cl
Fernanidina, Fla., Feb. 28, 1896.
Mr. J. George Buhrer, Druggist, City:
Dear George: Please send a bottle<
Chr.mberlaln's Cou gly Remedy.
would not feel easy if I[knew there wa
none of this valuable Remedy in i:
house. I have given it a fair test an
cnsider it one of the very best rei
dies for croup that I have ever fount
One dose has always been sufficient, a
though I use it freely. Any cold m
children contract yields very readily I
this medicine. I can conscientlousi
renom mend it for croup and colds I
children. Yours respectfully,
GE~o. El. WOLFE.
Mold by W. El. Pelhamn.
There are lots of things i
a Jewelry Store that dIon
Lots of small artistic articl<
suitable for Xmas presen
that you would never thin
of unless you saw them.
WVe have a beautiful line<
small Novelties at extremel
You can come and spend
p Jleasant hour in lookir
around at our stock and bt
when) you get readIy.
EDUA RD SC [OLTZ,
The Midnight Flre.
The best reserved seat for "The Mid
night Fire" at the opera house to-night,
for the benefit of the Methodist Church,
is only 35 cents. The ladies have mado
the prices cheap. It takes a very large
crowd at these prices to make any
money, therefore every man, woman
and child in Newborry should turn out
to-night. If you don't want, a reserved
seat, take one for 25 cents, and bring
the children for 16 cents. Betram and
Willard's plays have bee-t presented in
every important town and city of South
Carolina, and for churches of every do
nomination. Think of it-17 months in
the one tate. The most fastidious
will find nothing to offend. "The Mid
night Fire" could have appropriately
been named "As yO sow, so shall ye
Por the first time in four years a gen
uine minstrul show has visited Westor
ly and the welcome accorded it was not
a case of misplaced judgement. Gor
ton's Mintrols, in the old time splendor
of red suits, with white haLts banded
.Ith gold, announced their arrival by
an open air concert. In the evening
they ptayed to a large house at Bill
von's opera house. The programtno
was a typical minstrel one, in the first
par, Paure being introduced the Gor
ton sextette, the greatest musical fea
ture ever Introduced in a minstrel first,
part.-The Westerly, It. I., Daily Sun.
At the opera house next Wednesday
night, 9th instant.
City Counell Proceedings.
The regular monthly meeting of the
City Council was hold last night. Al
dermen Lane, Epting, Young, Taylor
and Earhardt were present. In the
absence of the Mayor, Alderman Lane
The usual routine business was traus
acted, such as hearing reports of com
mittees, approving claims, etc.
On motion of Alderman Epting it was
ordered that the proceedings of the
I meetings of the City Council be fur
nished the newspapers for publication
as news when desired, o that reporters
be allowed at the meetings.
On motion f Alderman Young, the
Clerk was instructed to advertise for
bids to haul gravel from the gravel
beds to the city for the ensuing year,
and the bids be considered at next
Alderman Earhardt moved that
quarterly itemized reports be published
showing the receipts and expense ao
counts and to whom paid. Carried.
The next meeting will be hold on
Thursday night next.
We are still solling quantities of
Saluda Croup Oil.
Robertson's Compound Cough
Theso are the medicines for the
season and Robertson & Gilder's is
the place to buy them at.
A Good Minelel Show Next Week.
Peals of hearty laughter and unstint
ed applause greeted the famous Gorton
Minstrels at Baldwin's Trheatre Friday
evening. Every seat in the big house
was filled and the audience was repro
sentative of Wellsvillo's best theatre
goers. The show was remarkable in
many ways. It was clean in character,
bright and humorous in dialogue, well
- nigh perfect In instrumental music and
. very good in specialties. It was, in
a fact, just such an old-fashioned pure
f minstrel show as the peop)le like. Such
a show as creates laughter, cures the
a blues, and prevents gray hairs and
The jokes in the first p)art were new,
r .and the instrumental and vocal music
f e xcellent. The soloiets and the sex
Lette were repeatedly recalled.
Above all things else the Gortons
are noted for their Gold Band, which
is unexcelled in minstrelsy, and which
on p)arade and in the show rendere
Manager Larkin and his company
will be warmly welcomed on return.
fdates in Wellsville.--D)aily reporter.
This exellenit minstrol aggregation
:will appear at the opera house on thc
d night of the 9th inst. Seats on sale at
-Scholtz's jewelry store.
Y Trhursday, February 3d, 1898, at the
0 home of the parents, of the bride, is
n No. 8 township, by Rev. D. Tiller.
Mr. J. C. Blair and Miss Bessie Domi.
From everywhere come words oi
praise for Chamiiberlai n's (Cough Reme.
dy. ',Allow nme to congratulate you
en tho merits of your Retmedy. Il
cured me of chronIc bronchitis whiet
the doctor could do nothIng for me.''
Chas. F. Hemiel, Toledo, 0. For sah
by W. E. Pelham.
Cigar Sale I
I hhvo a few off brands o
Cigars that I will soil rogardlesm
of cost. TIhose Cigars are a
sold by manufacturers for first
nl class goods, but they do not suil
tour trade. Call for
s "ATTACVA CLUB"
and "BEN BIOWS 1,'
k i.you want Cigars at a los
rf MY Rognlar IIDe of Ciga
is up to its usual excellence
We do our share of supplyinj
the most fastidious smokers o
athe town, therefore, we canne
gafford to keep anything but t.h
best in our regular line. Thana
ing you for past favors and as
ing a co[ntinuance of same, I ar
yours to please,
8. B. JONES.
E ARE PREPARED TO SAN
lars per ton on their purchase
save them One to Two Dollars on thei
ash and Cotton Sood Meal. Guarani
with same analysis. We can sell you
to use of each and you do the mixing,
mixed that will analyze 7 per cent. P
and 2 per cent. of potash, all for $15.1
company to price you a fortilizer that
will find that it will be necessary for y
more for your cotton to pay the diffur<
of your crops you can afford to sell th,
ducing your acreage and increasing yc
acres to produce what would naturally
saving of 50 per cent. in makIng your
of production 50 por cent., you can af
proportion. Thoso suggestions are fr(
to considor them boforo buying your ft
quanity to soll, and if you dosir
orders and haul out Nwheu it s
to supply tho demand of our
years; and if prosent sales are an
Will be outirely sold out in thirty days
offico over Purcell & Co's store.
P01t) 1,101,14 BY
EVANS & WILBUR.
Don't buy until you
get our prices.
Dry Goods and
Evans & Wilbur
sTrAT'E OF SOUTI CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBEltRY-IN
John M. Hchumpert as Supervisor for
Newberry County, South Carolina,
Plaintill, agamist M%. F Rosenthal
and C. I. Rosential, partneirs doing
busiiness under the firm name of [I.
Riosenthal & Mons, Defendants.
Summons for Relief. Complaint Filed.
To the Defendants above named:
Y OU ARE HIEREiIY SUM
monedl andl required to answer
the complaint in this actioni which ia
fUled in the ot11ce of the Clerk of Court
for Newberry County, and to servo a
copy of your answer to the said( comn
plain't oni the sub,4cribers at ( heir ofiee
at Newherry Court, House, South Caro
lina, within twenity da.ve after tihe ser
vice hereof; exclusive of thie (lay of
such service; and if you fail to answer
khe complaint within the time afore
said, the piniitifl in) this action wiil
apply to the Court for the relief deC
mand(ed in the complaint.
IIUNT1 & HIUNT,
J. Y. CULBREATHI,
Dated December 21, A. D). 1897.
Tro the Defendants, M. 8. Rosenthal
and C. H. Ro~sent.hal:
Take notice that the comp)linit in
the above stated action was. on the 21st
(day of D)eember, 1897, filed in the oflice
of the Cierk of thme Co,urt, of Commnon
Picas for Newbierry County, in tihe
Stato of South Carolina.
HUNT1 & HIIUNTI,
J. Y. CUJLBRE'ATH1,
Plaintiff''s A ttorneys.
Cannon & Mayes,
are agents for the
Mansion House Steam
Greenville, S. C.
is always excited by the immaculato
f ly neat appearance of the man whos<
t linen is (done up at this laundry
S The young ladies of Nowborry al
- ways say they know when linen hai
- been done up here, because ou
a patrons "always look as if they ha<
come out of a band box." Gliv
us your nakaes.m
E THE FARMERS FIVE DOL
i of Amuoniated Fortilizes. (an
r purchases oi% Acid Phosphate, Pot
eoing our grades against any others
the material and tell you proportions
that will give you a Fertilizer when
bos. Acid, 4 por ount. of Ammonia
)0 por ton. Ask ..ay guano dealer or
will analyze as the above, and you
ou to realizo two cents por pound
me in prico. By reducing the cost
)m choapor; this can be done by ro
ur fertilizers, thoroby causing 100
require 150 acres to produco-a not
crop-and if you docroaso the cost
rord to sell your proceeds in same
>m practical oxperience, and ask you
irtilizers. Wo havo only i limited
i to got. the advantago place your
aits, as we havo not boon ab.o
Fortilizors in the past seven
index of this year's business, we
Call and cin me boforo buling,
TEWBERRY OIL MILL,
By L. W.- FLOYD,
?ros., Troas., Sec'y and Managor.
Our New Line of
We have just received a case of
.1-4 'ercales, fatL colors, which
we will Soil you att
7 1-2 cents,
formor prices 10 and 121 cents.
You Must See
Our new line Shirt Waist at
500., worth 75c.
S0innetlilng new in Ladies
Wo will sell you a good
Damask, red and white, at
25 ct-s. per yir.d.
Anyt.hing in Winter Goods
q we will sell you checap.
Como and inspect our goods
and piceos, which are
14 guarantood, before
Davenport 8 Renwick.
NSirco of Filgl ScIllm alil ]iscligige.
N OTICF I8 11ltitEBY GIVEN
tht LI will make a final settle.
ineont on the estate of Mrs. F"annile 8.
And rew~ s, dece.ased, on the 18th day of
February, 189)8, at 11 o'clock, In the
t'flice of the Judige of Probate for New
berry C!ou nty, In the State. of South
Carollina, and1( willI iniedlr' tely there
after apply for a final discharge, as
adniInkirator of the~ said estate.
All pereons hioldinug clahns against
the said( estate will render the canto
(duly attested, anid all p)ersons indebt.ed
to the said estafe will please pay the
samte on or before that (late, to the un
W. A. A NDREW8,
AO Ti Iilstrator.
Janiiury 15, 1898. f. 4It.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNT1Y OF NEWVBERRY-IN
COMMON PLEA S.
W. D). 1 iardy, Master, Plaintiff' against
J. WV. and TV. R. Sanders, D)efend
'fY Ol1DER,01 O liTHE CO~URT
hAlerein , I will sell b fore the court,
house at Ne wberry, during the legal
hours of sale, on the FIrst Monday ini
February, 189)8, alpubilic outCry to the
highest bidder, the fol low ig dlescribed
p)roplerty, to wIt:
All that tract of land, being a portion
of t,ho real estate of the late Andirew J.
Long'shore, ,a tle count.y and( State
aforesaid, co'ittm ting Two Hund(redl
and1( Nineteen (619) Acres, more or less,
and bounded by land(s of estate of An .t
dlre:w J. L.ontgshtore, D)r. J. K. Olider,
Mrs. D)r. Thonmpson andl others.
TrxxiMs: One-thirdl of the puzrchaso
money to be paid in cash, balance pay.
able in two equaiil anniuaxl Instalments
Iwith interest from t.ay of sale, eredIt
portion to be secu redl by a b)ond( of the
purchaser andl a mortgage of thle prem
Ises sold1. Purthaser to pay for papers.
I XW. D). H ARDY, Muster.
Master's Office, Jan. 11, 1898.
Sheriff s Sale.
STATE 01F SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 01" NEWBERRy.
Silas Johunstone, Master, against Tnos.
S. M oorman as l'x 'or., of M arie WV.
Moormnan and Addle V. Moorman.
B Y VIR.TUF: OF AN I'XlECUTI1ON
to me di rected herein, I will sell
b,efore the (court, H-ouse at Nowberry
S. C., on Saleday in February, (7th)
1898, the following described real es
tate, tevied On as tbe proper.,y of Ad
(dio V. Moorman, to wit: All that p)ar
eel of land situate abo - t, 14 miles north
of t,he Town of Newberry, S. C., in said
4County and State, containing Eight
Acres, mroro or less, and boundedl by
lands of Mrs. Ella 1. Boyd, LW.
Floyd antd Public lloadl leading from
,Newherry to Union, S. C.
r TERtMs 01. SALEa: Cash. Purchaser
to pay for' pape)rs. M I IIOD
3 Shorilf of Newborry County, S. C.
Shonriff' omoc, Jan. 10 1898