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Tit KS A I s fe..% I it.
The went her this yea. was agains
the [-'air. Tho week staeted out elea
and pret.ty, but. the rains on WeIdnle
day, Thursday and lriday kept hutn
dreds of people away from Columbii
who would have been there. The e.
hibits we thought were fatr from w0iha
they should have beenl. Ve noti.
that, the members of the associat.ion --e
marked on this subject at their meet
Ing on Thursday and effort-s are to b4
made to inclrealse the premiuims so a
to induce out pCople to send exhibit.,
The tionhle with thc as,sociation is tq
got tihe Ioney with whielh to pa1y th11
preiluimls A year like this witi tit
rainly wvather ve muth inteerfee
with the rut-vipts.
The 'I1-t1wd onl IThIsday was ver.,
large even though it wa, rainly aml
\v ar always 'lad it) tgo down ant
spolnd a th:iy. Or' purpose. is not it) set
the exhiit. lt to teet und mingh
with pco'. wc ie' only tcasionally
antd in f:.-1 o liy kiln th..'se ot-k-asions.
I 'olit icialn v were t -here front all part:
of te St:te lani t liw vandliates fol
various i)ohtions at the disposal of th t
I.ee i-h Iure wet it evidlenice and wet'r
shaking hatnO w.i the t mt r ail
S -e'kin1_ th )I t's. .\ Olto lit r it wa
at plI:asant, itripl to us. \\e hlad th14
boys %ith tl aMi 1the --OtA-' d to C1)j.i
it and Oll their ak,00un1t We were glla(
The boys should le givii an oplti
tunity to see soiethin at to ge
aWaky frotn holki ('tasin l;.iy. It de.
them cood. ia faqt we are a h.:,w-cI
in ol ert bo s in a%%ay ft-rtm !",I"
000:a itnly. s -. :e 1w :a oth, I
pe0 lk :- dein , a t bear wh-.tl thev
ure w:ipn:, M t. I broath-Inx thc
vea aue, ''t''am one' in;;:e libr
Ils ie w . It t00 us ' of r A l
land 1.a-.k as le. c:- s tli,h
to e n ia k .x it If ' e [' - I
a1"ted uo a io r -: : tI, it ft of tih
eIttram w LT il a .- utrva t a : i :
Were pi.; i' I , . I .i \ - t a 6-.x
tosvanv W a-k aI k nii to th
bre ' r e T a a -. t : a ,
And th-at re:niln ati t.., at .r d ri nT
Har i f Ihe, Harris I._thia :- .
was e"S n: at .. air w'h a vi
1ine v.xn -w Af ni,- ba"..:h ; j,dgwe .
and I V Can --t- w e t .'d to thIe
and 1Mr.U Harr. ntae' L.- nwanot te..
'andt ttr dik ant It, ha ) Xo a
Meet of the si itofn a Q v whhis t)
at his Slnesl1 o-f the hat mne.tin;
ever held and that he propised to spare
no pain, ort- in t) I ljmje it such1.
We ha'Ve nlo dio"hl hewJ dsm.
The lie tt, works anti th haitit. of Ila
fliia wer1 Vk'ry- '_'od. Th n:0 Vo V i1 in )of
the ,hipos, the iring of thn gun; Hitd
the forts and the oinking and burning
of the hattleships of the SpankIh wr.
aill ver" ral.t"
beinin e re re-el I'f.e.ed .\V het ' re
ned i rntrtht ian Ivths annual. .1r
mayrik b hiaros and.' thtn the 'P co
wl'l seto it lt ha thletes I annua ther
hing tyzkt bem ket up.tyb W
i n- tirstI ilsu of l Vol. an oft 1h Stylus.
pubihd by Nisewheryana 'lleg, hs
been ISe.ou. r.1. It tet.iber isOttin ~ tt~(fgo
ed h itri frmthfauy an dsed it'r fit ..l
tDerri i0s baitnth manaeger.1't Thie
i. onily and et. W. yea. lir; tlu
wast pandtt. at tiyt; andlte fouilo..
yolid' agoitit andt reiets credcittiupon
thedtors and I.Si thene The (rice
loglian hasi b.eent itstued, bumt, It wias di.
cideid to rev'ive tile old Styluts and num.i
ber fromt it. We hope the enterplrise
will he a succiess.
T1he presidettts of all the colleges in~
the State have joinecd with a commit.
tee from Char'lestant itt secutrinrg a char
tcr for the purp'iose of orgaii /ing ai ~om-t
pany for the putbIleat.ion of It.e ploetry 01
Tirlntod, the pur1osoelo p llishing and
soiling being to put11 upi a pubhlic meo-O
rial of th ItoeOt. Among the numbere
is l'reshlentt, Cr'omner. lIn wvriting 1.he
commtittee hie satys: "I am hteartily3 itt
sympaithy with the mIoveent., tand I
shall gladly (do whiat 1 entoi . proote
There will be nto doub)t of the suiccess
of thiis mloveOment to pint, antd p)ublish
the poems of Ti'mrod. It, should re
ceivye t,bo enicouragemtent of (every mant
in the Stato and the p)oemis will no
doubt, have a laurge sale.
In reply Lto our l'r'Osperity' corr'es
ponident, we would say thait "Wllliam
Biarrett lT'ravit wats born int E'dgenie:d
District., S. (., August, 9, 1800, with in
foutr mtiles of I ed Batnk ch rebh."' lie
was the son of Malk Travilxts, Sr'. It
1818 the, famlily mtoved to A ilaama.
W. II. Tr'lavis was well (educ(atedl and1
st,udid law. In ]t835 he toved to
Texas. For full latflteieIlars' see Chap
man's history of E'dgenleid.
Another day will have to he set aside
as Arbor Dlay for this yeart if any trees
or flowers are' to be planted ariountd thte
school houses, for' last Friday was rather
rainy. It Is a goodi ideoa to have a day
for planting trees aund flower's around
the school house,. These thintgs 1help
to make the schools pleasant and at
It Is Sollet-ilueb mor difliult to knoi
what, to keeplit ot. of I. newspaper than I
is to tilnd things to put in it. rthe
agin ocasona0l somnethaing will 811
in that you do not Initeid to go in, hov
ever well youI may try to guard O.h
volm II ns. II oir 't isao a sinal
local s1ipped in which we wollal itw
havo plit in if wo had been here. I
wl.w s inl itself altogether h1at1less, bl
there are other cirentiustances witi
which the young man it chargo of th,
.lolia Cob11un was not. acquainted whiel
woul have proventvd our publishing I
if we had hen at home, or if we hat
rea' tle proof. Iln viow of theso ci
cllustalnces we feel it at duty to say thil
nuch atid do not think it, is necessar
to make hurther explatiation. No blami
is attlhed to anly one, alld we hop<
this :tatelent wi Ie unliderstood
thllug .h alt this writing nit) ole has men
tiot:ed the matt ter to us.
A N atrrow~ a,:Mape.
T ianI ik: 1 words writn by Mis. Ad
F. iart, of Grotmi, S. D): \\'im Iiken
Wii t 11 I -,itlil w hi%b settij on ayl'
inI v o: gontgh set if) and fially ternIi
i-iti-d in ('woamvptioi.. Filmnt i vrior%
vav- tilt tip t) mny Satvi4r, d-o.-eraiiiied
it I tmld not s-y w1 ith 11n% I ls ir' l ds fill
, th, I wothi l teet iy abiseit olle.
abvA. My h1itiimld wnat ,llvised to get
Dr. Kil g", r f ,r ' )It o p i.,l.
'tOnlgh. and Ct'ols, I gatve it at trial,
to.ik iti al vitht ht4th s. I has vured
itl', at1tad I haI i k (od I i tiu saved atid
na n h y wonian." Trinll
butb,fre aRioberlson &V GSihdir'
-'41d h-1hs:my's D)g Siore-A
tt'tat .r p. l'. F'n t int .~aa
OUR . ROSPERITY BUDGET
A 1.1 T1 i-: N-I' ,S OF.' A LitVE ANiD 11O.
i -I- a't ra.'* l'I'leti,t, t, f- ald i d No'ws
Tiwl I It he'r I t :.1. ' lall \\' aman's
\M .o :iy SN. it' f Grace ch4r xtebf
V( a dim re:ating on Friday v
:1. hlt. |I t l-cc im e '.ii-- 21d. The pro-ratn
of r adin-'!, recltationls-,
I:n r kn p - *-, Wn (a ) 1 _. & , an anit
hovr can ihter ph-a nt'y p:n.
at war l b 1, I . I v n lat r.
- h nl th . ~- u k'n 111r to t n o'e
a " '-0 to mak aI note of
a . ' a n\" itt .. br i f lt s A. G .
I I N or t I I a e
.n rN' ai 1colnt:I a n las ant of the
Tr: tit -d t ; . o ola en a re:,idet
ofNorlh ('Xr-!S l:hwonlw ysh
a.1 i:: 1a n t : he was a Som a
t'uoin a l.di wa, from E('.d -jilh6
I'lat y.a \'.~h o:ian alv uas the fae's of
m'ta vt, I would ha la. to tn.
id'Mtheaanw for the purpo, e (4
it - t:n.' at' si:atnt o(f the writer
l 1 '10 e at t* li tte it. Let Ils have the
We "cad with 1)easure the statemett
i e t' r l)iil'. farniint f. but we fear
t0thatI I hasnt cu td ftor' the
ts.o miatking hit s, It-0 .i'eae hiI
1h ial i.illiea Laow ia,'olr' i[ oly a
wh at an ed n f w il
NI r. J. L.'ia.)o iiak. oa N o [',t tive s
some. fats aa a and rs o asig ohu-ag
'ropLat a w sill c .,t.itgitg te ilr
ill s a r ('al a'so, to' Li e Aloun
taeet, is isai tig ohe t brther in ur
a i. J. iL. \ iso ehon .ne lato Teseey'a
paaor i,toal wi'1( lbing jusa,t)1 seh as wi.
riae hells,tt at crosie s A tet ine .)tSnaLex.
inalton oun y) ver .1osoon,neh wItt,ebain.
ctlNi ins t'hit. s eio . allus t kee . y ur
elars .1 opn Weud tet j,,Onsa'~ soila illa
so ot as ea a'd if i dention tag n tany-t
it'ospet, S.a at.l, by aa v. s . T . L ia th
man,t). 1 l' oe h Q atlb u
anit' liieats Sit0 eets, atoli tof No. ' 10o
Towtaa. as.h I . tWe ep tO tend co latt ulaeio.
t~tonl,lI 'i has benI comS LAlt K ir
at ik11t le pri'ek-, tao( wh b,ad we fit'
iA ast I ut I alaa'l at, is ta ting ofa; ia
MIrl gien Sheelya a ndtltl(s wie, of's Tbor,
Mr. ti.' s .o Lathan, ofi Lae itteaountain
Count.y,ies 'visiting Miss l l ouise111( itrk
Thaied Gred Schoolt I wil oberv
wil g ve 0om rectat.oa s es say ,ec.
ofaraalti it t t th c o l r Inviatt o attendca the
Ti e eat ta t tat l It apir l'l be ttt'a(trpliedt
i.aa'r ti t hat t heis at,v last rto i tdcI i e ta' tail.
enstlIat tlci''nen' haae atbl 'Otiito ai a
Il'sa~ staes. iiu ta' t l nt arrh. lint ' ta rrti h
UnI tu att tIn atnaly pos tiv ofr ito wnla t' o 0% ho1
1-wid'a li rnit y.at t CSI'gl a ata iig a o-asgI
"O ''N 'am liItlt l ml, :a'- i re t a'ti e ta it t o n.. C
tientmet. ao lir sta.ta i vttarrbCurn 'tt taktten it.
dteamly,ola ntft tasg di '<ely u onh b lood ( It atatd.
it: tattai snl s f t hI 'i st em, ia t'hereyl de
1".tobg h .1 u lJ 'thm ofth di., '1a e, and
ilai'tn ilahe ai a f aa g'th yb idigu.h
con iIat"ut ly Pad itina Ino aten thli
And.Th pry.in. haJ ohmnfain
whaty i ower ohae thim.Yo Hne n
hsen beensif lotioing ddr or
youatyou come him. and
a 'l Y OHl)l.1H OF TH'IC COUl'1'
1) B yherein, I will sell to tho higheal
hiddev, before the Court, House at Now
hArry, S<t,h Carolina, onl the first Mon
y (villeday) in Decetwr, 1898 In thc
Iease of ,1 ohn a Ii 'u tekhatber, Pl~ai nti lf,
t jvs l'imtauel Wetsly, Itefendant,
t. AIlitat lot or Intel of land situat,
in the towl o Nt'wheri nttid Stato o
1South Carolina, fronlting oin Caldwell
stteot fort.v ftet, attd bounded by lands
of Liaura Whitener. and by hatds conl
ve d to J. M. .1ohnstone by Honry
Keniledy and by Caldwell strcet, the
saiIdl lot having b0en conveyed by Cman
llel Wesley to John NI. Jolnstooe.
ThMs OF SALE: Ore-nalf cash, bal
anco payable In one yer r, credit portion
to be secured by bond of purchaser and
uortgago eI the promises sold, with
interert on credit portion from day of
sale, with leave to purilea-ser to atmWei
pato psyment. Ptureliatsr to pay for
ipers and samlps.
W. 1). 11 AUDY, Master.
.N.ast er's 011lee, No v. 7th, 18918.
B Y DEN01 OP TilM' COURT
.hervinl, I will Well to thle hi-l:est,
bitder, berore the Court louse at, New
berry, soutll ('aolilln, on the first lo
diy (saleday) in )ecember, 1-98, i.i
the case of David A. IWTff et al, PlIrin
till's, % .liaimles . lowers iet al, Def..'d
All that tract to wit: The tush 11'ver
tact Cont ailnig onle han dred and t,wen
t-Cight actres, more or less, a d bound
ed by lands of J. 1). Hornsby, George
lii I anldwl others.
A Iso lI t hat. other trat of land eonta-n
it, ono. h(ud.led and seventeenl aeres,
iore or less, and bounded by lands of
A h i mJ'nstone, H. It. P'olk, Pressley
lIe ni.y and others.
TI.: cms o' SAI.I:: One-third eash,
IaMlance ot credit, of one and two
.\CIaIs, in equal annual installments
w-th inteest fronm tity of sale, the
* .e(it orto01n to be seCUCred by bonIS
o the puret alsers, and mortg age of the
p.-emlises so'I with leave to Put-chaser
to alnlticipat pamient, li whole or in
part.. I- e naser to payt for papers and
stamps. V. 1). HlAllm, Master.
-Maste,'s Oflice, Nov. 7th, 189)8.
Y ORDI 0 F Try, Pf.
I he Al, I'%w"ill svil to tbe higlhest
bicler, iefore Lhu- Court. Ilolse at New
berrTy SoUt1 ( aIolitill, on the lilst Moll
hi tNaliy) in Dt -mbatlert, INW, in the
ease of the Sot at allolin Loan and
Ti-rust Co0 y PIt 'la in L1 i, vs. Thotumas
.L. i-eomiib et al, Defeniants.
All that tract or plantation o; lad
otate inl tho County of Newberry, and
,:ate oh Soumti Caioliall, oi Sald
. vii, .oiainga three hundred anild
thii t.%-ino Ua aCe-s, more or less, and
botnehy 1hois formerly bIoigin
toy - - N.- IA p 'omb, it. beitg tiaet No. 19
p'r t of satne beiit" liade Novelinbeur ,
s by\ P.Slitts, .m-%evr
: MS ( SAEi: Onle-tid nash,
and thi ahine on a ctredit of one al
C W'.pears. with inA-teVst fIm the daUy
of sale,. Crdit portItiOn to be scCelired by
tle bond of the purchaser and a iort
'ae of I re mitzse sold. with lcave
t0 anII ' payme..in whole or inl
I . it -Puschaser to pay for papers and
\V. D) IAIDY, Master.
Mas'VS Ollite, Nov. 7lh, 1Is8.
1Y O lID)iE 1 o P' THE COUP.T
\%Ii, I - l sel to te higbest
ldd, r, before the ( oui-4 House at New
berry, S C.. on the Fil-,t Nlonay (Satle
dav) anI )Doll.ber-, INS;. if) Ie cease of
,:- oe oozel et atli. Plailitills, vs. Wml.
Ed%win Iloose et al, Defendante.
AlP that lot of land lying in the Tovwn
of 1'rosper-'y, Couty of Newberry,
tnI State ,of South Carolina, contailnl
ing i aout Iwo -\e-es, mlore or less, aind
boatnt.led by lands of I )r. A. 1'. Lango-d,
NIrPs. Jno. F'. \VheelerI, lantds of the
lRaptist churchl ard) C., N. & L. Itail
I toad tand by lirowni street.
TEtaMs oV SALE :One-haal f cash, bal
aneeic ona a credit of one andti t,wo yea' s,
wit h iter-est fio 0 day (lVOf sale; crediit
portion to be~ seutu-ed( by bo'ad of the
pru-Ich1alser antd a morttgage of the prt-o
iSeS 50old. P'urchaser to play for paper-s
W. D). H AI8Y, Master.
Master's O)llce, Nov. 5th, 1M08.
1Y" Olt DICRU O1- TIlE (COU RT HI l-1l0
in, I wvill sell to the highest bidde-,
before t.he Court Houlse lat Newbe'
S. C., on the l'irst Monday in Decet",
her., 1898, in t-he ease of Thle Nowher.ry
Savingis l lank, t'haint,itfr, vs. d,1 C. Lelt-,.
All that, par.icel of landling'iIj antd be
ing in the Cotut:y of Newt Jirry' antd
St,ate of Souit,h Ca'rolilna, bounldedh by
hlds of J1. C. Leit-'oy, Lucy Hlendrix,
.Job Ilentz anud tbo estate of \Vm. C.
IRidlehuber-, deei'dl, containinag TPhree
Itoundredol and FLooty-four- and 80-I100
Aer-es, mlore oP less.
T1E:nMs Ole SAL:: One-t,hird caish,
balance in onte and( t,woi years, wit,h in
ttrest, on e.redIL, port,ion froma day13 of
siale; CPredit portion t,o ho0 secaured
by bonad of purchaser- lad mtortgage of
promises sold, with leave to pin-ichasei
t,o anutileipate piament. To be sold1 in
t,wo or more tracts. P lats wvillI beexlib-3
itetd Ont day of salle. PuItrehaser LI) piay
for papers and stamIlps.
W. ) HiAlIRDY, Mast.r
Mlaster's OllIco, Nov. Sth, 1898.
- 3Y ORDlit 01"TIlE COUItT HICERC
in,I will.sell to the hIghest bidder,
before the Coturt House at Newborry,
S. (I., on the hirst Mlonday (Satleday) In
D)ecemaber, 18118, in t,hao ealse of W. W
Hodges, IPr1obate J udge, &e , Phuatnt,itf
vs. (I. A. hI'oyd, D)efendat.
All that ti-act of larnd lying ina Now
berry Coutnt,y, Stat.e of Sot.h C2arolna
anid C2onatilaiig 8eeni lundredPOl ilam
Seventy-live Aereut, tortei (it less. Will
b o 80olit in te seplatratO t.racts,. P'lats
wil b o exhibited oni daiy oif sale.
Tra-act No. 1-IHomo Place, conIitainng
l't ev i 11 'l-dred and1 F'Oty-sevent andl
On),e-hatlf Acires, motlre or loss, ainc
boun lded b~y landIls of IKoon, 1lThos. Floyd,
by' LIttle r-iv''r atnd '1llTat NI) 2.
Tlract No. 2-fonalalininig Otie fla.
dried andl Twenty-sIx Act-os, morlie ori
less, tand bouwoled by tlads of T1. dJ
La ipseomb tinad by Tract No. 1.
Tra-ct0, No. 8 -Pontii .11im ng Onae Hun- a
Ilreld and1 l'Iiteena ACres, mnore or- loss, ;
andil botaunde<db lands101 of DavonporDt
Dom)111'ink anod othter lands tof C. A.
Ploytd anda( by Little Ilver.
J'TtNts 01 SATE: Onae-thirdl cash
balanoe in one attd t,wo y'ears, wIth In:
torest ont cri-( t piort,ion, from lday of
salo ; erci' .ii(portioni to be soeurodeI by
I lnd 0latpurchatser 1and rmrtgage of
the proi-e ses sold. If 1-,urchalser fatils
to copIy w'tit,h tei'rms of sale itn fivo
(day3s lIand will bo resId at risk of fo
mitr puirchaaser. Punrchasor to [pay for
papersOl and t-tamp1 js.
Mattter's Oll1ce-, Nov. 7Lt, 181)8.
3Y ORIDER OF THlE COURTI H ERE
in, I will sell to the hirheat bidder,
before the Court Rouso at Nowherr,
8 . U., on the First Monday (Saoda
in Doccmber, 1898 lu the caseo of W. r
Croter, Adir'r' Plaintitl, against I-n
ai Uloy 'et al, Nifeudaitat.
All that tract of land lying anl he
Ing situate in Newberry County, an
Sutto of South Caroliia, Contaitinhi
Vifty Acres, lnoro or less, and knowi
as the Cloy tract and bounded by !and
of Monroo vickor, Will Lane, Jet
[,anie and Fank Suber.
iEttsM OP SALe: One-half eash, bal
ance on a credit of twelve months, wit
intsr-est on credit portion from day o
Sailt,. The ecredit po.-tionl to be secure<m
by bond of purchaser and mortgago o
the premses siod. Purchaser. to pl)
for pulm-r4 and St,amps.
W. D). HlARDY, Master.
Master's Oflico, Nov. 6th, 1898.
By ORDER OF THE COUR'I
herein, I will sell to tle highest
biddfer, before the Cortt Houso at New.
berry, S. C., o-. tho Pirst Monday (Sal
day) in December, 1898, in tI-o eate of
Nest.her Lewis ct al. Plaintiffs, V.
Amy I"onno et al, Dofedant.s.
One House and Lot,, lying and being
situat4 in the Count,y of Newhory and
St.ite of South Carolina, In the Town
of Newberry, and in a local subdivisiot,
of the same known as "G-avel Town,"
tounded by lands of Alice J. Long,
Ilenry Wheeler, Laviia I llower's, and
of the Southern Railroad Co . and co
taining One-quarter of an A.xre, ioco
TIZUMs OF SALTE: On third of the
parehlase money to be paid in cash, and
the baltinc in one a'd two equal instal
ments with interest, on caih from day
of sale, to be scenrcd by bond of tfli
pureliser and i a 1ort-ga-e ! th
premises sold, wit,h leave to the par
Chaser to a-tlicipato ptymuent in whole
o- in part. Purchaser to paty for pa
pers and stamps and to inure dwelling
on i)retni'ses atnd aissif,n po)licy' to Mas
ter. W. ). HARDY, Mabtee.
Master's Olice, Nov. 5,h, 1898.
BY OIi OF THtli COURT
-i heei'i, I will sell to the highest,
h0e-, before the C nrt Hlouse at. New
berry, S. C., on tle First Monday in
eetuber, I818, inl the case of .1no. W.
Ianon lainiti-1, vs. Joseph P. 131u,
All that tract.of laind Sifiuate in the
Coity of Newberry, andi Stalc o"-oi
Ialolill.. sukppos.:,i( to contain Seven
IIu il red anil Fo-rty Aeres, more or less,
and bounded by lads of .as. A. Io
to03. lands formenlly blonging to J. 13.
I'loyd, decet-d. lands ef DakVid Motes
tind by Little river.
T'uis ot.' SAILAE: One-half eash, and
the b'dance on a cro-lit of one year,
with leave to pay whole bid inl cash:
the credit. portion to be seculred by the
bond of pmrebtzes7r and a Inot-tgage of
the prcmses: credit. portion to beat in
terest- from daiy of sale. If purchaser
fails to comply with terms of sale pre
iiuse.4 will be resold at. his 1-k. Iar
ehaser to pay for papers and stalilps.
W. D. HIARDY. Master.
Master's ullice, Nov. 5th, 1898.
nY O11W-t. OF THE ( OURT,
A' herein, I will sell to the highest
hidder-, before the Court [i 21%e at New
berry, S. C., oi the first. Mondity, sale
day. in Docember. 189S, in tie eise of
W. ). 1Iardy, Master. Plaintiff, vs. W.
A. Falaw, jr., Defendant.: That, lot of
land in the Town of Newlb-rry'-, Counti
of Newberr% and Statle of South Car
lina, containing F,i ty-Five Hundredtlhs
of an a re. upore (ir les, and botnded
by Nance street. F-fierll street. MeKib
ben street and lot, of Joselh Browa, de
TElMS OF SAL' : One-third (ash, the
balance on a credit, of one and two
years with interest, from day of sale.
The cr-edit por-tion to he securaed by
bond of the purchaser a-id a mortgage
of the premises sold. [Purchaseri t.o pay
for papers and stamps.
W. D H ARDY. Master.
Master's Offlee, Nov. 10, 189)8.
YORDER OF T'HE COURT
- heein,I will se-Il to the hilghest
bid(der, befoare (lie (Couart Ho"nse at1 New
blerry, S. 0., n the First Montday- (Sal-..
daiy) In Der-embner, 189)8, in tn he ase of
Lou Wishi Floyd, Ph'ldntiiff, vs. Claud
A. Floyd (et ad, l)--fendanit.
All t hat tract -f l-ot lying and be
ing situate Ian Newber.ry C outy, and1(
State of S mih alCa.rolina. contaitning
Oneo11t Hundred and. Seveniily I wo and
One-half Acres, mlo're r~ Ins. and
boundti(-d by h,ntds of (. A. FI)V-d.
T-ns - SAi.-a: Oune-thbird cashli
balne oni at !redit (If one0 anl inio
y'ears wIth Interest on credit portion
front day of~ sate; the cred(lit poio to) (
be secnred by t.ond( o? the putrchatser
and1( moartgatge of tlhe ptrmises sold,
wvith leave- to antcipate paymitent ini
pairt or in whole. P'tuchaser to pay
for ppers 3itand io .
WN. D. h A IDY, Macler.
Master's Oice, Nov. 12th, 1898.
13Y ORD)ER OF TH M CUR
hrin, 1 will sell beforeo the Court
H ouse at Ne~wherr-y, S. (., dur-ing t,he Ic
'ial hourts of sate, on1 tbe First Moodaty in
D)ecemuber, 1898, at public otcray t,o the
hIghest bidder-, In the ease of Lravinila
ilat,ton et ad, P'laint,ilfs, vs. Matrceltus
Boeyd et al, D)efondants.
All that, taract of land sItuato In the
C iunty (of Newberry and Stat,e of Sout.h
Catroina, containing Fl yvo - Hundlred
and1( I'wnt.ty-Five Aerecs, mnore or~ less,
and boumtled by liads of the estate of
If. Duncan, Mr-s. FannIo Br-Iggs, R. C.
C'arlIsle aind other-s. Will bu sold In
two 03r nior- triacts. Plats can be soeen
att mty ollitc
TEni.tw 0 SAr,E: One-th ir-d crash, bal
antce in one andi two years wIt,h inter-est
from (lay of satle, cred0(it por-tion to lie soc
curedl by bond of pur-chaser andI mortt
giage of premises sold, with leave to
puarch)asert to antIcipato payment, in
partt ont In whoile. Purcehaser- to pay for
paupers atnd sutmps.
WV. 1). RIA R Y, Master.
M aster's 0111cc, Nov. 12, 1898
ST'ATlE OF SOUTH: CA ROld'NA
COUlNTlY OF N EWlERRIY-.I N
,John T1 NorraIs as Admitnistr-ator Qt t.ho
I"stte of Ermmia I' .I Hafacre, de
ce'ased(, P'laint3ITf, vs Atnnlo Wilsion and(
HiF CRIiT'OR~S OF EMMA E.
Hatlfia-r, deceased, ar a-he reby
notifled antd a equiraed to rondter t n d
establish their claIms before me, orn or
blefore thto [t d dy oif Decembe 1898'
and t,hat, all cr-edItor-s aro hierel 1808
Joined froam p)roseentitng their o 'aims
except in this proceedingfl
W. W. HODGES,
-1. P. N. C,
NovemI er 7th, 11-98.
I f you want clothing. first looek airound
thien (cme iandI See oura stock. If you~
kanow iaythling about valtues we will
il you. We arei dlet.ermined to soIl
iaa clotng at a sacerifice, at,
t,&f tf iF'1nns Ca8b St.
IN TO SEE US'
Wo invito you becauso we Ca1
lmake you w(vlontne. Thore is noth
r ing half. hearted in our motbods. -
We hik-o pleased many poo
plo this season by selling then
tho best goods at lowest prices con.
sistetnt with good values. Becaum
we have tho feeling of reward-satia
We want more of tho people o
Newberry to take advantage of th(
opportunity wo offor them to got th
Whou anything is desired in
Wo Show them all the latesl
fabrics and figures.
Staplo and Fancy, in wide rangc
of quality and prices.
A great variety to match and
beautify the most Olegant cos
Cloaks and Capes,
A beautiful line-olegant ma
A line that we reoonmnend with
Popular models - at popular
All grades at. lowest prices and
the be-t that can bo purche -ed
A specialty in our business mado
famous for taste and elegance
of its croations.
"No Shoe like( Mowrs"-a new
and ilue slying inl this ComImu
n ty. It's origin is founded on
fact-i catuse our Shovs are sold
We have Shoes for Ladies, M,
Boys, G ids, Children-Shoes
for all-the best, the ehealest,
the most elegant line of Sl)oes
to a folud anyiMhero. Como to
tL Mower Stores and buy t ho
best. Youirs with satisfaction,
G.&G.S. MOWER G0.
..BUY AT JONES...
I of)ten hear this rcmatk made Iy my
frieids, and the reason of it is t hut [hI
people are learrinig more and more
every d.y, that it pavs to tiside at m,
.-tore. I kee p a goodl teltcte-d rtock of
Dry Goods, Notions,
Haits, Dress Goods, Shoes,
Whlets, Capes, Jackets.
Underwear, Hosiery, Gloves,
H an dk erch iefs, R iI bbons,
Lace.s, Em'hbroideries, Trunks,n
Val i'es, Satchels, JUbrellas,
and sell themi at close on to Wholesale
Prices, and there ia no wonider we are
busy. Thec Merchamnts of New berry,
s)m~e!lnme ago discoveredi that mxiy store
was a wholesale store, for the peoapi
who hought at retail for famcily use. and
this is why you bear them sayv nomn
pleasa.nt. I hings aboarut ma. I have a
very kond feeling for themr aill; life, is
too short to waste It havIng Ill wih
agsinst n'y' neighbor; biut it is against
my pr iciples to make big p,rofits, andt
wai conltinue to give the peopit
a han any other store In town. I have
just. reoetvesi a large line oif New Capes.
New MnekI,.toshies, New Dr. sa (Goods.
P'rin me.Out Iugi aud Fl ads and in
vite you to come andu S' them.
TPhe Peop)les Store.
Newherr y, S. C., Nov. 15. 1898
Of all descriptions in
and Cut Glass. Also
. and Toys
which will be sold ace
cordingto4 cent cotton
Come and examine
iPE-tore opp ite R. (. Williams'.
RIcE! IcE! RcE!
['10N8IGNME~NTS OF' RTOUGH
UJ Rico solIited. Prompt mIlling
and~ retturn ot p)roceeds or account sales.
Highest, and marked prIces paid for
'-Cnroluma Rice Meal"'or "Flour*." the
(cheam 'est aind best stork food on the
tuarket. for sale at. low figures.
WI'C8T POINT ~iJLL Co.,
t. 2 mos. Chsn,.e.o., 13 r.
L. M. SPEERS,
(Next Door to Hen-raId and News Office.)
ALL KINDS OF MARBLE
HEADSTONES, IRON RAILINGS, ETO., ETO.
Metallic, Rosewood and Cloth Covered Burial
CASKETS and CASES!
Service in this line Promptly attended to
DAY Olt NIGHT.
Next Door to Herald and News Office,
The st Dru Goods
FOR THE LEAST MONEY.
Come and examine them and you will be
Great bargains in Men's Overcoats, at $3.50 to
$10.00, worth much more.
Mackintosh Overcoats for $1.50 that usually
cost you $3.00. Better ones for a little more
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits at prices
that everyone can afford to have a new suit.
We have something in Blankets that is simply
wonderful for the prices asked for them.
Well, as to Carpets, they are away down. A
strictly all-wool Carpet for 50c. Can't be
beat in the world.
10tRemember, we sell you good GOcods at a low price.
Come and see
ts. 3. WOOTEN.
ToCall in and examIne my. line
of goods. I have a nice and well
selected stock of strictly high
grade Chamber Suits in Walnut
and Oak. A full line of medium
and cheap Furniture. Will sell
very close for cash.
t. ly Mahii Street, NeahIe'rry, S. C.
Dispensary and 0. P. Hoped
Ext elled in both
Quality and Prices in hue Line of
Fine Whiskeys, Wimnis and Beer/
FOR FAIh i4, USE.
AU Grades Cheaper thiaz at 0. P. Houses I You
Save Money and Gect the Best by Buying of Us!
.Send in Your Order.
Par tic lar A t(ention-Paid to Mail Orders.
IllWTlI' lR 11N WIflOL ESEEL DAER,
NO. 2 PEACHTREE STREET,