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E:. it. AtIULL, ICnrrTon.
('olumbia, Novenb''r :2. -Tomorrow l
is Thanksgiving I)ay and all husiness 1
at the State Capitol will Ahm suspended. S
The Governor itd party Ilavi this it
afternoon for Charleston. As I aml
booked to go with that party ily letter
is writ,t,en today. I have uro doubt tho
Charleston people will eideavor to c
make the visiti a pleasant one. The i
Govornor is a ('harlestoniani by irth, I
and his early boyhood was spent I here,
and ie still has UImtny friends in Lit 1
g1r1(anid old city. Nomehow, however,
I feel like I had rather ;.O home and I
speud Thanksgiving in Newherry but,
the ar'rangenteIit at, present is Liiat, I
shall go the other way.
Then I amll booked for a wedding
today, too. So along with Lmly work
1 alm ti) have i little play. I have
tlreadyI mentioned the apiroachin g
;uulptials of )r'. ('. ha. K ibler ant Miss
I'istelle (Grillith. That event, takes
place. today at one o'clock at the home
of the brid 's parents, ('apt. anid Als.
I). .1. Grii ih, in ('o.uumbia. Together
with w\"ediniigs anl Thanksgiving dill
ner and ('harleston han(uets, I don't
se nioch Iro.pect of getting ridi of my
dyspepsia, hut, I got at prescrliption latst,
ight from Ily friend atid schoolmatei
of other <lays, )r. 1). M. ('rosson, now
:it1ittor ('ro(ssonl from1 L.exinlgten, at I
iier Newberry boy, and I amn explting
it, to be of great assistance to mre in this
tin me of trouble. 1)i'. Crossonl hits gIrown
eorUle Itnt with his years and honlors,
hut, is the stiie in many respeels as we
knew him wei-l, ia few years ago when
'e were boys togetht"ri down inl New
lerry (ounty a fev iniles fromi I'ro.
Leavol, now I'rospecrit.y.
Senator AMower and Col. Iluint, hatve
b,"enr in thn- city dIr-ing the weekl, atndl i
(l' even riig I got, a gliiipse ia ('i. I.
W. I''oyii. I ami always glad to see oi.
Ncvhery folks, fin- I vilI get hone
sick somletimues. .lultIl(e I'ope camel('
dowii (i \Iioniday tual hits tatkei up his
abotle amlon;; ius during the sittinig ofa
the Souiee ('ourt, whih h:onvenedI the
Novemb er' termn onl 'Tuesday morning.
Newherrv has t wo out, of the foii' on
this couirt, and at third one's atncestors
w\ent from oun- midtst. .1nartiie Jones
grew to mianlhood in Newhwrry, a in at t
one timne had the honor" to edit, t,he I
Newbet!rry tIeral-as gr eat, an hoInor i
as h1e now enjoy"s but, Witho ut the sal- \
ary. .lnstice (;(u-y':: people wenl from 1
New herry, though lie claimns Abbueviille
as his native count.y. Iut, when it a
coulies to shau ri'g tlie ollices of coursa/
we don't care to have tl .'se dist;n- e
guished gentilemen placed to our cr'ediit,
still we are proud of them and the rec
ord t,hey have uatde.
I find the following itemn away 1ip in
the Anderson N1ail of recent date:
\W'hen we see ('olnumiia hibing fixed I
uip so handisuioely in t.he way of new
rail roads and convyen ien t sceid ules it
seL ts sito scratch inig ouri head and won
di crig whlen we shall have a ebiang e of
"oiie tra in a da uy each waty"' oveirLi te
('. & G. division. This sclhdule is as
.1 as the roadl iandi 1i entirely ohut, oIf
idate. We do niot envy Columbia but
we are mnightay sorry foir Andu(ersonr andt
uthler i up-cuniitry int i s on thle line.
We long ftii the I lack Dtimonid antd
us in the "swieet-hy3-andit-by," many be.
Anid I wanrt to say~ to) our goodIi ('on
dailyv ser'vice on the c Id ( C. G 1)i vis
Ion. for we hatve no plr'oupect of a doubhle ~
daily service from the li laek 1 )ia mood,
and. I d.o think it is " awful,"~ t suppose
thai is ia goodi. woird. ini this conneciMtion, c
that thle SouLthe rn lI ailIway C'oriipaniy,'
one of the inost pirogressive arid aggres
sive systiems in the South shoulid Si)
long neglect, Lthis div'ision. Aily locial i
imin some time ago said lie hail it.
"'straight'' that the double service was
to gol (in soonl. I nlever atsked hiim
aboutt the soui'ce or his information. I
haejust beeii waiting to see the ser
viept on. amtu still Iwrait inrg. w wi h
lie would wake up thbat railroad iimn
whol. told himii it wits to go oii arid tell
hinii we are still w aiLing. T1he same
oldl schiedulie we haviie is the one thart,
has been on sinrce I can fir1st, rememrber,
only they run i a little faster than somie. (
twenty years ago.
I not,ice soiii of t.he paipers aire talk
lng aiboutt the Govenor rand A tiorniey
General traking at harnd ini the row thrat.
Mrii. IIaiseldeni has gotten Into withb the
Sellers. There is no( miore reaison forC
such a course than thart they' shiouhlt
inteirfer'e with any otheri pecrsonial di11li
culty. 1 supplhose the local olices will
look tifter the violation of law and the
disturbance of thre peace do~wn in Ma
rilon County. It must be rermembered
that the State Board of Cont,rol Is not,
aippoin ted by the Gover'nor, but elected
by the L~egislauture'. But it, is rnot long
now until the Legislaturro meets, rind
then I suippose the creator wIll look
after' its creature.
From now until the meetIng of, the
Legislature wIll be a pretty busy timno
with Stato House oflicials and theIr
clerks getting up annual reports andl
messages and puttIng the house in or
der for the law makers. E. J[. A.
* J heure we publish an editorilal
roo the Atlant'i ConstItution on the
feiU ar t under tho caption, "An- 0
ob ~ W p of the Farmers." Wej
prs afi0y aboutt the jnoreaso
ha priup~inaton of the for
tilien a is tun.Onr I
wtters who use fert,ilizer can caleuiato
ow tmluc'h tho inct'ease to each one will
U (ituleI t.his ilecase inl price.
I L is a ilultter thaCdemnands thei' atten
on and there should i.be concert of ac
onl among 'he farniers to inake them
lIves indepeident of the trust. It ean
ot, he dlone by legilaltion. 'I'he farIme'
ad better heed the advice of the ('on
titution and look to his inanure piles
ntu stitrt now.
The way most fatners use comntmr.
ial fertilizer we doubt if it pays any
ray. Certainly not if they would tak
are of the fertii i.er thiey could mal"
11l save on the far'l. Th'Ile fact, is the
autwille shouhl be the lost indepenlen t
an inl the countl'y, and to be so, I.
nuit he largely a seller ani not a buye''.
le shouh li make e-rything on the
arml he possibly (-ani andl in,tenad of al
Vays biying lie shoild be always sell
n1g. The only way to meet the ferti
izer trl,t is to nuake your own ferti
izot" and plant less cotton if ieti be.
It mnatters not what your neighbor is
oing to do or what olhert people <do, the
;en,ile thing for every farnier tO do is
i o aboItt iiis work in a it business way
uti to his own imIividual intorests.
Well, we will take the seasons as tbey
1(Inc graefully atn<1 unnlur-muring;ly.
t'hat, vats a vi,e Kansas father who
ve his son ia famt, on coiition t,bat
it "would not swear at, the weather."
l'he tendency is to conlplaiiu on this sub
et, and yet not.hing coudi he wnore
oilish. ( )nee a getintlcman, waiting for
t train, in Ia (Irizzling rain, acosted the
1,tro p1ortm'c at, the station, undlc saidl:
This is a ha<l dlay, uncle." 'Ti.e negro
-elied: "No, sir, it isagoo l lay. It is
oil's ilay. I have imla(le up my mind
eVer to abus t he weat ller, is it IIeases
du to s'ini it." Some of us can take
int lesson to heart, and, like Mr. \Vil
et scu 'se"rmlons inl stories andi good inl
verythiing," -ven tbe weat,ber.-- Aut
usti ('ir1'nii l'.
Why tot'? We all grumle a';I com
lain toi mueh atntt things we ('annot,
lp. In fact man)y peop le spoil what
itie pleasure t.hcre is in life finding
rout, with things and persons t.hat d1o
ot, concern thnie in tihe least. A nd
hen t.here are Ieople who cross the
riig(' of sighs long before they get t.o
l and fre(itnent.ly build these bridges iln
lh'ir IimaInlation. Ilow much br"ight,
v and better life would be if we could
iway s see the good that is in our
eiglii' as easily as we see his faults.
'ake the w'atth(Ie' as it, comles. 'T'llc it,
itbout ilul urini g ii r i'oimp)laini)g.
eeik t,he ood in enl is earnestly Iild
agerly is you hunt the bad and don't
ai, until your friend Is dead to put,
or-al wreathe 1pon his coflin. ILt
in enjoy the Ilow,ars of kind wvoris
11d1 beautiful colors and sweet odols
hile he yet, lives. )o your duty :.s
oil -e it inl kindness and consci(n
iously and go out, of your way to speak
kind word ot perform ita kindly act.
'ry it atn1 see if yOI' life is not brighth
v id better for it.
Hlis I,rr Wa, oSaved.
Mril. .1. j-;. L,Illy, at promlinent citiz".1
f Ilanniail, Mo., lately had a w"on
erful deliveranco fromi a frigiht ul
eathi. Inl telling of It, he says: "'1
,as (akien with Tl' p)hoid Fecvc"r, tht,1
an into Pnc-uionia. My lungs I -
aime hardetu 1. I was HO Weak.- I
.)int't. set upin h0 dvi. Nothi g
eil,ed miet. I ex p sted to sooni d It of
onsamp11 lt ion, wi 'en .i hieard of' D1)r.
G ng's New~ Discovery. Ono bot the
ave' great relef. I cont iued to) u"e
., and niow atu well and1( strong. I
ant't say' too much in its praise."' Tlhis
iirive.llous medicinie is thet surest andti
ticktest enre in t ho world ror' all
brioat a,un tig Trouble). fl-ge'lar
Z's 5t0 cents and $L (1(. 'Trial bott les
'00 at all D)rug Stores; every bottie
Miss Bessie Riser's
ollection of Millinery is
ier personal selection,
tnd em~braces the very
atest styles, shapes
tnd colorings. Ex
reme moderation of
>rices is a pleasant
eature of her line.
~leasant to take and
tuick to act. The chil
Iren cry for it. The
frown folks are never
atisfied until they get
t. Only 35c. a bottle
it Robertson & Gilder's
H arness, Wagons -Buggies,
toves andl every thing in our
LiO, AS WE WANT TO0 RE
P. A.80OHUMPERT, Agt
Como to Roborison & Gilder's
Irtug Store and buy your APPLE
nd WHITE WINE' VINE*AR,
INNA MON, SPIOE, CLOYVES,
IUSTALRD and MUSTrARD SEE D).
Wo'can GUARlANTEE the purity
r our goods for we have tested them.
tohertsoni & Giler
RUGGISYS QN TH CORNRRl
Thousands Have Kidney Trouble
and Don't Know it.
How To Find Out.
Fill a bottle or common glass with your
water and let it stand twenty-four hours; a
sediment or set
tling indicates an
tion of the kid
neys; if it stains
your linen it Is
evidence of kid
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain in
convincing proof that the kidneys and blad
der are out of order.
What to Do,
There is comfort In the knowledge so
often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp
Roof, the great kidney remedy fulfills every
wk.'t in curing rheumatism, pain in the
back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
of the urinary passage. It corrects inability
to hold water and scalding pain in passing
it, or bad effects following use of liquor,
wine or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
necessity of being compelled to go often
during the day, and to get up many times
during the night. The mild and the extra
ordinary effect of Swamp-Root is soon
realized. It stands the highest for its won
derful cures of the most distressing cases.
If you need a medicine you should have the
best. Sold by druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes.
You may have a sample bottle of this
wonderful discovery 7'^
and a book that tells
more about it, both sent H. i to.f
absolutely free by mail, - )Imn
address Dr. Kilmer & 11oino of Swamp.noot.
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men
tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
N OTl(C1' IS Ifil,litl0,1Y GI1V i,N
. that all I'lection1 will be beld oil
Tuesday, the 1:2th (lay of i)cember,
18119, in the Council (hamlber, in the
Town of Newberry, 8. C , for Mayor
and Alderien of the said Town, to
serve for one year.
The polls will be) opened at, 8 o'clock
ia. mn., and close at 6 o'clock p. in.
The following name( pers;ons will
t(rve as lana''rs of Illeet.on, to-wit:
1). W. 'I'. K ihler, S. S. Langford and
.1. \V. ('oppoek.
ly order of the Town Council.
0. 1t. l1\A YR, Mayor.
.1 No. C. (lu (a NS,
c. & 'r. 'I'. C'. N.
AMITY LORIE NO. 87, A. F. M,
A lIGITr IAI Z COM1iiNiCATI'[ON
- of Amnity Lodge, No. 87, A. F4. iM.
will he held next lon(ay evening at
7.(i0 o'cloek, In Ma1solnic I all. Visiting
brethr'en cordially welconed.
The election of otlce,rs will be held.
ihothers will please come prepared to
pn2y their (Itues.
The 1. M. Deg:-- ,> will he conferred.
A. C..ON ES, W. M.
J. 11. Al. K I N A R I, Secretary.
'ITA'l'E OP HOUTHI CAROLINA,
COUNTY O NEWI3ERR.lY.
r F EIl TN IDEI;SIGNED AND NA
than Wheeler, Sallie A. Pitts, .1.
A. Werts, Ida E. Wheeler and S. J.
Werts will offer for sale at Newberry
Court Ilouse, at public outcry, to the
highest bidder, on Monday (Saleday)
thu -Ithl day of December, 189!), that
tract or plant 1tion of land, lying and
beingsituate in N umber Nine (9) 'own
slip, State and County aforesaid, con
taining Three Hundred and Six and
Tlireo-F1ourths (803'1) Acres, more or
less. The same being the tract of land
in which _.orge WVhceler (now de
ceased) had a life estate, and which
now belongs to the t'ndeisilled and
the above L'am?ed pe:so is In fee simple.
Thie said land wvill be sold1 in three sep
arate tracts, as follows, to wit:
Tiract NO. I coaniains 135 acres.
T act No. 2 contains 82'. alcres.
Tract No. 3 contains 89'f acres.
Tract No). I is as fine timbered land
as can lbe found in this State, and( is
coveredl with original p)ine forest-long
le..f pino-and( is only three miles from
bittle Mountain. Terms will be an
nounc ned on (lay of sale.
D). B. WHIEELERI.
STATEJ' OF? SOUTHr CA ROLINA,
C'OUNTY 01F iNE\VBERRY
IN THlE PROBATE COURT.
Albert J. Gibson, Clerk of Court of
Comimon Pleas as the Adinist.rator*
of the estate of Susan C. Dennis, dec
ceased1, Plaintiff, against . Burr
D)ennis, Fannie Enlow, Emma D)aw
kcins anid Nathan C. Dennis, Dcend
Y3XORDIRI 0" THER COURT
hiereini, I will sell at public outcry
before the court house at, New berry, SC0,
during the legal hours of sale, on Mon
(lay, (saleday) the 4th day of Deceomber',
18991, all that, tract or plantation of land
belonging to the estat,e of Sueannah C.
D)ennis, deceased, lying and being situ.
ate in the County anId St,ate aforesaid,
containing Seventy-five ('7n) acres,
more oroless, e nd bounded by lands of
A. 11. Hawkins, WV. T. Dennis, W. W.
Enlow and the estate of IrwIn Dennis,
($300) Dollara of thle purchase money
to he paId in c.sh, and the balance on
a credit of onie and two years, wit,h leave
to the purcl'aser at the time of sale, or
any time thereafter, to anticipate t.he
wololo or any Part of the said credIt
plort,ion of t,b)o purclhaiise money; the
purchaser to give 1h1s bond and a mort
gage of the land to scure the credilt
port,ion andi to pay for stamps and
p)apors. W. W. HODGES,
November 8. 1899. J. 1P. N. C.
STATE 0OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWDERRY
IN PROBATE COURT.
John G. Miller as Executor, &c., of the
Estate of Sue L,. Miller, dlecoasedl,
Plaintiff, against, Mattie E. Miller,
ot al, D)efendant,s.
B IeORDER OF~1 THE COURT
hrn,Iwill solat public outcry
before the Court IUoaso at Newberry,
S. C. during the legal hours of sale, on
Monday, (saleday) the 4t,h day of D)o
comber, 1899, all that tract em- planta
tlon of land belonging to the estate of
Sue L,. Miller, deceased, lying and be
ing situate in the County and State
aforesaid, eon talining Two I lunired and
Sixty-five Acres, (265) moreo or less,
and bouniIded by lands of J. D). Miller,
Eduard Seholtz, Mattle E. Miller and
others on the followIng terms to wilt:
TERM~s: One-half of the purchase
money to be pr'd cash, the balance oa
a oredilt of ore year, with interest from
day of sale, with privilego to the pur
chaser to anticipate the payment of the
credit portion. The ored it portion to
be sce-ed by the bond of th6 purchaser
and a mortgage of the pr6misels. The
purchaser to pay for st amps and pap~ers.
W. W. HODGES, J. P. N. 0..
STATEA OF]:0 SOUTil CAlM)ohlNA,
COUNTY OF" NEWBillIitY IN
.Joseph 1. llurton,. I'lin iii I,
A\lice (leland, et ail., De)f inhoits.
lore Ihel i cout, house at, NewherryI''3, S ('.
onl sale day ini I)eeember, aill Ihat pln
tation of Iland situat.e ini New berry
Coun :ty, cont1 a iig seventy acres, more1
or less, andl b)1douil b)y l ands o(f \V. C.
I tl'teo, NI rs. I I. S. I11. Workmn,,
D)avid Il'iLt.s anid public roadl leading
fromt Newhierry to Island ["ordl.
Aliso, all that tract of laud situate
in said counitty, con taininug Lbhirty acres,
more or less, it, bing Ith"Le traict of lantd
so(1ld y Jacob01 Clelanid ini his li fe timen to
Nanule Cald well.
Tl'it3i Uts avA 1.1:: O ne-hial f cash, hal
anice' inu one year, ithL inlterest from da y
of sale, to be secured by bond of putr
chaser' and mortgage of piremises, with
leave to pay whole bidi in cash, if
purchaliiser fail to comiiply with termis of
sale, land wvill be resold at hiis risk.
I 'urchaser Lto pay for' papers5 and1 stamp11s.
WV. D). IIAl(DY, Master.
Master's Ollice, Nov. 8, 189)9.
Wmzu. II. Il'arker t, as I'Cxcutonr, &e.,
3)Y OltD)Flt OF COt;itT HMl EWCIN
1) i will sell to the hiighiest bidder be
fo: e t he coru- house at Ne wberry. S. C.,
on sale day in D)ecembern, all Lthat t 'act
of landl situate in N ewberry CJounrt.y,
c'onltainin rg t,wo hunidrtedl andl sixt,y-one
and( one-t.1enth acres, mUore or loss, anrd
bioundied by3 lands(1 of Thlos. Chappll,
.11n0. II. I loiiaza, [Rosal ie Simins and15 11(
others and( by', Saludla I(iv er'.
T1'Ruls OF' SA La: One-Lhird cash, bal
an:e in 01ne and Ltwo yea's, securecd biy
bond ,of pur1 chasera and mortgage of
p:eumises sold(, with inaterest, on credlit,
port ion from (lay of sile. If puriicha.c
fail to comnply with termis of sale, larnd
will he resold at, his risk. L'urchiaser
'.o pay for papler's and staimps..
Master's Ollice, Nov. 8, I 19.
Anthony Moon, Plainuti If,
D)angerfield P'arkor, D)efendant.
Y) ORDI)CH~ O1 COUTI UHl(IC[N
.1 1 will sell to the hiighest bidder be
fore the court house at New berry, 8. C.,
on sale day in D)ecembher, aill that,
tract, of land situat'e ini the c'ounty of
Newber'ry, State of South Carolira,
containinug twenty-nine and1( three
fourth acres, more or less, and bounrd -
edl by ilndIs o' MXark N ichiols, WVm.
Jackson, Anthony Moon and John Al
TMuIMs oir SALiE: One-half cash, baul
anee on a credliL of one year, with in
terest from day of sale, credit port ion
to be secured'o by bond of pulrchlaser and
mort.gage of pr'em ises sold. P'urchaser
to pay for papers and stampils.
WV. D). H. AIHI)W, Master.
Master's Ollico. Nov. 8, 1899.
Evans & Wilbur, PlaintiT,
-Lizzie Cannon, Defcndant.
BY~ OR(DiCR OF COUlT IIERiEIN
dated Alarch 3rd, 1899, I will sell to
the highest bidder before the court
house at Ne wherry, S. C., on sale day in
Dec., all the right~ title and interest of
Lizzie Canniien in and to all ando sing
ular all that, tract or pllantation of la-i
Situate in the county of Newbeiry and
State of South Carolina, containing
live hundred and twenty-fiv'e acres,
more 01' lesi, and bounded by lands of
TI. S. D)uncan, estate of oif M- s. IIenson,
Mrs WV. E. Merchant, Dir. R. C. Car
lisle and otheri, the same being the
"Home Place" of Lewis Boyd, deccased.
TImMs 01" SALis CAsiH. If purchaser
fall to comp)ly with terms of sale in
live days, tihe interest of defendant
wvill be resold at risk of former p)urcha
ser'. Purchaser to pay for p)aper's and
W. D. H ARDY, Master.
Master's 01licc, Nov. 8, 1899.
George S. Mowei-, Plaintiff,
S. E. Sen, in his own right and as Ad
midnistrator, and others.
B Y ORDER 0O" COURT H1ICRIIN
1 will sell to the highest bidder be
fore the court house at Newberry, S. C.,
on sale day in December, all that
tr'act of land situate in Ncwberr~y
County, State of Sout.h Carolina, con
taining one hundred and two acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of'
or former'ly of A. J. Longsbor'e, James
MecClung, John Sterling, lands of WV.
A. Seun atnd Gilliam Pitts.
TERMs oir SA Li: One-third cash, bal
anice on a credit of one and two years,
wvith interest from day of sale, to be se
cured by boald of purchaser and mort,
gage of premises. P'urchaseir to pay
for papers and stamps.
-W. D. H IARDY, Master.
Master's Ollico, Nov. 8, 1899.
Mary Emma Lake, Plaintiff,
Cornelia Adams Wicker, D)efendant.
Y ORDICR 0OF COURT DATED
B November 3, 1899, I will sell to the
higl'cst bidder before the court house
at Newberry, S. C., on sale day in D)e
cember, all that p)lanltationl of landi sIt
uate in Newberry County-and State of
South Carolina, co.italining three liun
dr'ed and Ifty acres, more or less, andl
bounded by la'ds of 10. S. KeiLt, Mary
Dickert, estat.e of Janet A. RutT1, Wmn.
RIuff andl other's.
The above land will be sold in two
tr'acts of 150 and 200 acres each. PIaLs
wvill be exhibited on day of sale.
TIER Ms OF~ SAuLE: One-half cash, bal
ance in one and two years with inLtr
est froml day of sale; credit portion to
be scared by bond of purchaser andl
mortgage of prom1ses sold, with leave
to puirchaser to anticipate payment in
whole or In part. Purchaser to-pay for
papi.is and stamps.
W. D. H ARDY, Master.
Master's Office, Nov. 8, 1899.
WV. W. Hodges, as Probate Judge', &c.
James F. Watkins, et al., Defendants.
BY ORDER OF COURT HEREIN 1
Bwill sell to the highest bidder be
fore the court house at New torry, S. C.,
on sale day In December, all that coe'
tain tract of land lying in Newberry
County, contalnin gi nnety-six and one
fourt,h aeros, more or less being tract
No. 3 of the'lands of William Watkins,
deceased, and bounded by lands Geo.
TI. Rlied, Ralph Bloazman and lands r
formerly belonging to WIlliam Wat-|1
Also, all that other tract of land sit- a
unto in Newberry County, containing
ninety acres, more or less,, and bound
ed by lands foirmerly belonging to Wil
twre eni a cred it of one and two ycarS,
with i l, irst. from day of salh,
to b , r-(ut t l b y b,4114 of pIurt"hu"t r awl11 ';an<t!p o)I" - l(, tII I( I
to . l, tl t 11 pay . l ; in ,";t-h
If I.hti h l to e(IIpI y )! . itit tt"rII:
of :- l . pa-onItl:te w ill t+l it o b at bti
I'i -I;. I':t r"'h(. : I r to }t;t\ L: I 1 11 'I 1 :(
\\ . 1). 1f .\ I:I) ,1- ,'.
Th'e New\belry Savinlg:: l< I laintill,
W mll. T. IfLtt.ton, et al , I)fin'i(l t.
Y 0(uI)I-:It i)P ()t;liTI lI:RI-:IN I
B will sell to tt. Igh, s. Ihi(thd ' l(
fore tie Iic 't hon:-c at Ne wI)'ir', . ('.,
Mn ytta l \" in I)ecrnmber ne'xI, all
tht trat of I111.1 :.ittt lt t inl Ntr"w
bur'y County t;nd1 State aforesaid, c"In
taining lifty-two leres, more or hess,
aund bounded) by 1-inds of estatie of i'. \I.
D)errick, A\..1. litrdenbaugh and I). HL
Also, a'l lt: . other tract of land sit
uate in ,abil ( : ty 1 and St tte, contain
ing lfily acrt., llore or Iss, and boutndl
c(d by lands1 of estate of 1'. M1. I)errick,
estat,e of J1. 1). W\'(dan'an, bly Canlnon's
('rek an1d by p ubli oatl leading from
Newberry C It. to ('olunuhia, S. C.
TllMi.s Ot. SAI,I:: One-third cash, b:11
an11co on at cred it of one and t wo yc'atrs,
with interest from day of sale, to be se
cured by bond of pur:ltiser and mort
gag;; of pr"c'nises sold, with1 leave to
puilrcihat-cr to anticlipat:p tynie it. I'u1r
chaser Ilust comply with temrms of :ale
in one hour or premises will lie resohl
at h is risk. Pnrel'aser to pay for stai p.
\. 1). IIAliU)Y, a$ter.
Master's Olice, Nov. 8, 18!)9.
The - National hnk of Newberry,
South (arolina, PIaintill,
,JLeT1'.5 J. Thomas et al., I)efenlant.s.
BY OIl )1;li Or' ( OlRi' ilil IN
dat.ed Nov. '0, 1898. I will sell to tLb
highest, bidder before the Court House
at Newberry, S. C., on sale day in De
eembr ll that tac' of land situate in
Newberry County, State of South ('ar
olina, c(,ntaining onc; hundred and
ninety-'ix iL, es, mto"e or less, and
bounded by Inlls o' .tlra. S NI. Oxnter,
Levi 31. Presley, W. T. Cofield, Mrs.
Sarah E. Chick and others.
Also all that tract of land in the said
County and St. ,t containing eighty
three acres, more or les , and bounded
by lands of Mrs. S. MI. Oxner, J. M.
Presley and other lands of James .1.
'Ti'm s o.' SaM:: One-third cash and
the balance on a credit of one and two
years. Credit portion to be ~ecured by
bond of purchaser and molrtage of
premises sold, with leave to purchaser
to pay his whole bid in cash. Credit
portion to bear int.-rest, from day of
sale. If purchaser .ail to comply with
terts of sale in .tLree days land will
ba resold at his risk. Purchaser to
pay for papers andl stamps.
V. 1). HAl.)Y, Master.
Mlaster's Ollice, Nov. 8th, 1899.
r. 1'. Pitts and J. S. Pitts, as Adur.,
Miles P. Lake, et al., Defendants.
DY OIDER OF COURT HEREIN
D) [ will sell to the highest bidder
)efore the Court House at Newberry,
3. C., on sale day in December, all that
plantation of land lying in Newberry
Lounty and State of South Carolina
Idjoining lands of, or formerly of Asa
P. Davis, C. S. Cleland, Isq., of John
3atterwhite, deceased, and.others, and
.ontaining seventy-three and one-half
teres, more or less.
'1 i:ts o SA1t: One-half cash, bal
ince on a crcdit of one year w.ith in
test fr'om dlay of salo, credit p)ortionI
lo be secuired by bond of purchaser and
nortgage of premises soldl. Purchaser~
to pay for ippers and stamps.
W. D. UJARDY, Master.
M aster's Oflce. Nov. 8th, 189)9.
Sally .Johnstone, et al., Plaintiff,
IFlizabeth R. Coppock, et, al., Defeni
B Y ORDICR OF COUR HEREIN
I will sell to tbce highest bIdder
before the Court House at Newberry,
S. C., on sale day In December, all that
lot of land situate In the town of
Newberry, Sr. C., containing one acre,
more or less, and bounded by Pratt,
Street, Coates Street, FrIend Street,
and WVIlson Street. Lot will be di
vided and sold in tw.o or~ more lots.
TiEaMs ov SAL1: One-third cash;
balance on a e edit of one and two
years, wivth interest on credit portion
fr'om (lay of sale; credit p)ortioni to be
secured 1)y bond of p)urchaser and mort
age of pre-rises sold wIt,h leave to
purchaser to anticipate p)aymenit In
whole or in part. Purchaser to pay
for' papers and stamps.
W. D. Hardy, Master.
Master's O11ce, Nov. 8, 1899.
W. D). Hardy, Master, Plaintiff,
Thomas WV. Gallman, D)efendant.
BY ORDIFR OF COURT H IFRETN
BdteNov'.2,'1899, 1 will sell to the
it Newvherry, S. C,, on sale dlay in D)e
ember, all thaLt tract of land l.ying In
afowher'ry County and State of South
Darolina contaIning one hundred and
'le acres, mflore 0or less, and hounded
ay tr'acts No. 2 and No. 4I of lands of
R.lzabeth Gallman, J1. B. and L. 0
T'ol lers anfd JTohn SIligh.
Ti'EnMs 01 SATLlt: One-half cash, bal
mnee on a cr'edli of one year', wIth In
erest from day of sale, credit portion
o be seecuredl by b)ond of puhrchaser and
norigage of premises sold; with leave
o purchaser to antIcipate payment in
wholo or In part,. Purchaser to pay for
>apers and stamtps.
W. D. HJARDY, Master.
Master's Oflece, Nov. 8, 1899.
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