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Colurbia, Ji. 21.-The iogistia
tWro took a recess on Friday to to
night at 8 o'clock aid niy of tho
members went homo. Thoeo who re.
maned havo had opportu nii y to stiudy
up tho various bills that have boon
prosnted and to preparo such now
monsuros0ms they may domiro to pro
snt and alo to tako) a look at Co.
lumbia and note tho wondorfui pro.
gross that is being mado bore.
'he conldidatos, too, have had nll
opportunity to put i soimo work for
themselves aid get their fences in
proper shapo for the 41lctions which
are to take placo tomorrow.
Tho raco for librarian roiniis o
of considerablo iiterest owhig to tho
many fair ons who hav entered tho
contost. I have librl of at leust
four candidatos who foel sure of
moro than fifty votes vitch on tho
first ballot. You kIow thore iro
only 16-4 votes inl tho joinit. aseilbly
if all tht imoilborm are presnt. Solmo
of those fair CindidlitV4 Will know
somlothinig of the wiay of politics
whll thig (1lectioll is wov r. I hlvi
no0 idoa Who is goilg to hl Electel.
There aro quito a tmunhor who wold
fill.the posit ioll vory ivept lbIy.
The raco for judge in tho Sovonth
Circuit hals 1narr1oWd to Sonst r Ih
driek and Juidge T wNiso-,.d1 . 1
other- have drskv.a
those wh uc
tni he1 OS ~ 0. %V10'AS
what interesting isi: .
missioner, several yOU',ng laVyerS
having ontored for tho prizt%. Mr.
R. I1. Wolch of Nowborry is in tho
race and is here looking after his in
Two weeks of the logislativo Me4
sion are gone and practically nothing
has boon done. There is no proba
bility of the sossion being shorter
than forty days and no danger that
it will be longer for that is the limit
for which pay can h)o drawn anid
statesmen in those practical days do
not wvork without pay.
I notice that some of the papers
attribute Gov. McSweeney wvith rec
commending an appropriation of
$200,000 for the public schools in his
annual message. It is evident thatt
they nevor road it for I amn suro none
of thoem would milsropr1esent the posi
tioni of tIhe Governor intentionally.
He made no such recommendation
as5 everyone who has road the mets
sage must know. Hie did urge the
importance of supplomonting the
school fund by special taxation ini
local school districts and in this way
only can tile common schools in the
country districts be improved.
The following is takeu from the
The Governor's Message was sent
out and published by The Newborry
Herald and News before it was de
livered by the Governor. Is thmat
newspaper enterprise or oflicial fav
The editor of The Newborry Her
aid and News and the Governor's
private secretary being one and the
same individual the Dairlington New
would say that it was official favorit
ism. The Newberry IIerald anti
News is at perfect liberty however,
to publish the Governor's Message
at 'any time the Governor and its ed:
tor see fit so far as the Darlington
News is concerned. Tis newspaper
begs to be relieved from the job of
publishing it at all.
I desire to publish this simply to
show to the Greenville News the ef.
feet of making a statement which
contains an insinuation that had no
foundation in fact. So far as I have
seen the News ignored the reply I
anade to the false insinuation and is
willing by such methods to do an
other injury. The statement made
by the Gt-eenville News was untrue
as I pointed outssome time ago and
the Darlington News could have
known it was untrue if it had cared
to know it. There was no "official
favoritism" in it. What either one
of these papers expects to gain by
such tactics I do not know and I
care less. This ls not the first time
that tho Darlington News has undor
talkn to ho timart and I iti wot
pri4ed it its effort inl this camo but I
amil H0on0what murprisid ait tho Orcon
villo News. I do not objvet to criti
vimn if tho cri-liscimn is bAH0d) Oil
facis and I havo groat rospiect for a
fi ir and nily uppinnont.
R)oproHontativo Kihlir spoit Sin
diy at homo and rtirnd It iafter
nloonl to hliti dultif-H ill Colimnibill.
Rtopro,mitattivo D)ominick wmnt,
homns onl Saturday andt( ritirni<d to
iti u1111ti ill Columbii this afti-r
lion. W. E. Jbimn-t at Conftodirati
voleran and a iioenbwr of tih logs.
lituro fron .)rin gtiilon writos i is
hotno pitpor-H am follow.vs inl roformnco
to )ickort's Iistory of Ki-rsiiw's
I lavo jmst. reial %witi groat plons
urthe '1"tistory of Korsiaw'H Bri.
gado " writtenu by 1). Agwstw, )ickort
whIo wam gilhit Caiptinl in Ilt
Third S. C. I-gillwint. I t broughit
ba1Ck to my rond manny Of tho hard
fiips throough whiebi wve pastsod bult
at thll tialm tilme I wvam remindod of
r111My pIOaSan,1t, linCid(-nt( inl thM SOI
dior'n life. I thinlk Capt. )ic)kert
has vittei this history viti remiark
liblo colrre iltesm, widl I aldvimil aill
mombhorm of thw ol brigado aind till
wholnd friedsI iit to r(ad4 1h111
boov. Thir is It c41ect rol! of ovor
comtipanly il t wIo brigadot 11111
tils of itself will bo valuabl, to tihe
d4sendanlts of thtot, monl who liilth.
this 4hi ol I.d SO famlous
'A wk p'h % tho V
S C. :mA~
.5. *. ~ t th pa pter
ir is strang,v
ier n ho b1lstory
rst ru go,O)l
o struggle. This is tho
0 L. ry of its kind ovor written
L)r 1 ubl!1 ishd of theo civil war and
sholil bo ill ho hands of evory m
ill South iCarolina.
I am sorry that wo are to loso Mr.
P. .1. Voss as suporintendent of the
Nowherry witer works and lightimg
plant. Ho canwiv lire to assist in the
construction o' thi10 plant and, hitH
bown tho Hoporintendont from t he in
cop t ion of the sy>steom. Hel h as heen
un'iformily conl) teous anld plito inI iL
deltinlgs with thle ptrons an!d ii'
my' tralvels I have never 80oon a bottoe
or more Hatisfatctory systemt of watei
works anid lightN. I am1 glad, how.
ove', that Mr. Vo:n- is to remain
citizon of oor town andil co'graltltt
him1 on) the p)romIotion whiXch h1e ha11
morited. We~ shall1 all we)l!omo)t Mr
Fletcher M. Boydl whIo suIcceeds Mr
V'oss anud exI)press to110 o p tha h111I
may koop1 t ho system up to tho hig1
st a!'dard which it. hats mlalitano(
W~ith the smallpox in Nowborr
ther(e blould b1 no0 (delay on t he 'par
of te proper atuthorit ies in enforc
ing vaiccinlationl. In fact every citi
zon should be0 anxious to bo vatcci
nated ats it is tihl opinion0( of exporti
that that is tihe only way to stamn
out [1)n( 8suppress3 the disease.
The dilsease is aliso spreading ii
RIe coiuntry and1( with the dlisoas
t'rovadinog in all patrts of the Stat
theo legislatr nowl inO sess'ion01 shoul
1080 no time in so amieniding th
heal11th laws 1as to give the boatrds o
houtlthi such aut hority and1( meanrs a
may be ne0cessary to stalmp out th
d1isease(. 1It has1 b)een1 mlore or 1os
p)idemnic inl the1 St ate for thle pai1
two years and it gradually grow~
more alatring. Somnethiong shol)tl
be done andt( thalt <puckly.
E. II A.
WVhy ltii I.ife wasg a Faslu..
"Yes, I conaHlr 1my3 life a failure."
hOh), llen--y, ho(w 11ad(! WhVy shout
you say that' "
"I spendO all my.> timec making mon0o)
eniough to buy foo1 antI olot hes, an'
thte food dlisagrees with mo and mi
clothe10 don't lit. -Life.
A P'iomnent. Uhtoeags Woman Speake
Prof. lioxa Tryl. r, of Chicago, Viel
President ililiois WV. man's Alliance
in speaking of Cough lIeme'dy, sayr
"I suiT. rot with a1 sov.re cohld thiis 'w in
ter which threatened to run into pneuOt
monia. I tried difToront, rumedies bu
I seemed to grow worse and the medi
on upset my stomach. A friend ad
vised me to try Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and I found It was pleosant 14
take and it~ relieved me at once. I arr
now entirely rlocovered, satved a doctor's
"lli, time and sufToring, and I wil
"ever be withotut this splendid medi
eino agaiu." F'or sale by W. E. Polham
11A(ll3~ .w; U I t'ElhYl, AND UNION AAD
"Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do,
do It wit,h thy inlJit, for there ii 1io
work, nor dovice, nor IciowlIdge, ior
wisdo 13 inl the grave wIhItiher (houl
got.'" 'ccIle-Istes, 0: 10. These Lre
Ihe- woIdsI t,hat Dr. falllal n preached
fro011 onl lasit SundaIly VVClnIng, at flaClb
(3111in Chlml. The141 theill-e of Ills dih
cotir,h' wits iErht islastle, crjlergy, pvrje
VVeIenMe W)d( the lecd of econlomily. II ii
whbolo. disco411'sV wt., not, oilly moundill,
lItind full of itcres.4, but wavlso
I herl. will bo a tinl'till'- of thel- job,'t
COMCil of i chinan Clia p'l pa-.-orate
iat 'r0per i.ricy on Satutrd;ty th 2'0h in
H11a1t al 10 It Im.
1r .W illie l a and1( two lit,th, HOIIH
of imt Mountain sfecion Sient last
HilturdaJiy Ilight, Wit.h herA SIHster, Mrs-.
J1. K. E'yps, and farnilly.
As wis sat owni i I, wri,e il lm (41011-1t
l1a4lhed fihrollgh Illr min11d what a big
titlk we had311 i.1; for(! it-; Lit, thoughlits of
What We We1eC H1aying going Into abot,l
1,711 diffi-rent ire sides,and making five
the aviIIg"u of ia family, is just Mlln
ply talking to 8,5J Hok s. To view
the. mlat!r in ithis sen. looks liike iL
iretly hig nlidert-sking for on3 Chip-,
then to think 1hat thure is fully 1.000
of this numer who ate re-1gu11r old sol,
i' icit, is juLlst enough to make uts pll)
tipl our pil and tiay, we will Ilevor try
it Igah1irl. it, let In tell you, .4ar
frintds, Lhe :otto of our nom deo putime,
it Simply 3 i: hew to tile line, if It
hioi'1ia * a.Iy,llit i LL uill, a1d let, Lt-e
Cthips fall oil vither Side they please.
|1'yoll voilp llilmlit, tlht-Ill we 11thIarIk yo3.
if %\ Iti (-Ii t i j1140 3 1)'(1 yol lI*- 111010 t han
wi'leuoln tO fill tile glory y1m e-i1l got
mllt of it.. W ith this 'Xp ltmat ioll we
hopt. liot, Io bt' aviked Itly filther
kiuc,liOu as to why , wv writc ovt. alld
Oltlrt, ote k11111d11utueo (f t h illH.
(I.;r coo'd %lI friend. thie lRev .1 A.
1'. -f . s. passed through this
' \Ve,IeSday. lie sopped
- A %v with 13s. It is
a a '( }.t a ilre to tilleet
t at o lr e ti t.'d
OVO ZI 1ll Rohvu.l
. . . . . ki 'hi" ou18 tl lllt.l*
- ~ Ntk is Io VOV C a 11 0111114111
1',. t a) m.'sv' o'L yOlI 18 i very commo1 il
5a.\3ne. ti is 1(as not. only heen the
.at' 1l w(rI'ds, bt also in reality.
Tle like of moving we have neverl
k111WIn b'fore in one winter aniong our
white people. We will not be able to
bring to 11n111d all at this writilg. But
here g(les for as m1anlly as we ca) think
of: Thminms W. ellers moved from the
l E anld Johnl 'eiliers, Gallmlian phace a1
few m1o3 [is ago, to Newbvrlry: ). W.
Ilizhardit frimi the Ah Niorris phice, to
the hohuse vicated by Mr. Pellers: J L.
l'e'iIervs moved from e lic place first4
ilItioned to 1h'. Nic's place neart,I
the county home; Luther loozer moved
from theStonvy Battery section lin the
house vatcatd(I by .1 L, "ellir '' M. C
M1oort moved .1r43131 his home place to
S. 1'. Crot,well's place near Mr. Crot
well's dTwelhilg Thos. Frantikin from
J. J Galliman's to the old AunL Sallie
Hi ,nb hou1(0: John13 il''anklin3 fromiI the
same1)1 plalce .0 Gteo. 1'. Gr illins31; L 0
Gr3iltln(11 and1mother (3rom J 11 Kibler''s
homle pIILace to Chips'; Sidne DI e )rrick
from1 M. L.. Stras'ls' 13ush p)laeo1 3o the
houise vactedt( by Mri. Grillin; Levij
GuherltC1 from Mi. L. Strauss's to Mr i.
Ja(cobl Lt v'inlgstonec's in1 the L'omIai la sec
t,on LuLther1 Chaipman froml t he 10be
n1eer section to ii illiarid Long's Hlogle
pilae': l' L. Wise from31 hits hlomei plalce
over' into4 SIudaL County; WV. WV. inuard(
from Dri. J. 13 811iISon's Cook pla3ce t,o
John13 Sease's; HuLfuIs Cr'umpt.on from
the same1i pIlace 10 .Jesse Lori'ck's; Ibily
ic ker fromll the 1Lther Aul pla 11ce to
tile house' vacat.ed by WV. W. Kunard;
J. ii. Alewinie fro0m John13 Cousin's .Buz'/
har'dt lace to tile Jil lie Grillin place.
Mr 3s. Amanda1(1l Br'idges fr'oml Mrls. Kate
lieo'rd's p)laecO to M. M. Long's .J.
Ham31 Iiobb fromll the Cr'eedo pla1ce t.o
t,he Jiml Norris pla1ce whlich he0 has re
cent).13y pur1chaLsed. John D). Livingstone
-(roll the Auli place to J1. D Singloy's.
W. T. [ivingstone from G. M. Sing
iey's to G;oldville. R. T1. Bobb from
the Newhecrry Cotton MviIlls to the old
'Ther'e was 1a mulsical intertalnment,
1 at thle res1(idece of Mr'. JTno. A C. Kib
leIr (In last, Sturday 'eening. Tlhe
musie81 consisted( of organs, violins, gi
tars anld an accor'dCon Miss Chelly
Kibler and Pet er CountaIS were the 0o'
Sganist withl Jesse Deonnis, J WV. Bobb,
G. J Kinlard, J. M1. Wilson and ,J D. H
s Kibier' violinists. Ear'l Smit.h and
ia S seasO 4)n the ghitar. Clinton Sho:
ly onI theo accor1dieon. We return manyll
t'anks tol Mhps Chelcy for a i inlvitation
t , be pre'sCent, and~ we are' 'sorriy that 4)ur3
I b) 93iness81 was of suIch a nature tbat we
could11 not aItt,en d. WVe ilarn ,h at, qulite
a numbeltlC (f youn3g p)0 let wereO p)resent
wh - enjoyed themtiselves to their' hearts
COntent. Otu'r'~l~ repretatives say t,bar
the mui 1 was both 1((1 insertainling and
d1elian tfulI. WVe have alwa.3 s t hought
ti,t the people of this ago are' too nieg
letful of the soeiti slie of life. Thobso
Boellal gat,berings when conduct,ed In a
leg timaIlto manner gIve 11s brIght,
Sspirits, renecwed lner'gy and a bet'er r'e
iatmntship toward eaich ot,bor. It give.
us ties oIf love that never get cold, and
if God so loved us we should strive to
love each other.
Look here, there must be some new
hands in tihe oilico that don't under
stand exactly nOw 14) pile chIpIs. We
are net goingr to make any furt,her comn
.plaint at this t-ime, bt.it will simply of
fer a qutart, of plnders-thle best that
can be pJarchled on Dr'. Vineyard's new
outfit-as a reward to the compositor
of those chips if hie tails to let any
crooked letters fall In the way. Where
I is my old friend H. M. B? i think he
o- n win the prize.
Mr. G. S. Livingstone met with quits
a singular mjisfortune Iast week. ()I
Tulesday iilght he w%ent to bed as li'ifl.
On I.I ring Jzext lorning he found that
h Was pelrfoctly blind in I one (!. r're
vious' to thik ht ha1d Sult-fle no1 pain1
'r ai,llictionl of a y lil'id with his eve.
I'his ill aloth(r lessIll to teach is thit,
we are in the halln of a living Go].
It seems that there Is IIA4s fault, find
fig of the pres lif. IVVIslature t nhan I
>en for m11aly yeari.
OUr edfitlr inl Columb1111ia has awak0eni
to a Sense of (1 Ly, andI If you want to
keep up with thfe procedil of tlie
gen,iieral LSSI-1m1bly you m111ust read The
lrald Slid News.
Thes- notei werf' inltenlded for list
'riday's isse, bit, fitiled to reach the
office In time.
Y'ours re- pt etfuilly,
Jian. 21, 1901.*
TO (11COW COTTON IN CUi.
Ilavatia WYeitirsk .Islirow.tl Trying to In
41MAu Piist(9114 io 19-glis itit Cialurti.
[Frtnm the Now York Sun.]
Niw Orleans, lit., ,alt. 18.----The
linvana Westorn lailway, contiet.
ing tihe Ciapital with Piiar dl Rio
City atiI tlt notd Violto Abajo to.
baCCO di8triCt, is mat11kilig at efflort to
reintrodiice tho culturo of cotton into
Ctba alolig the line of the road. It
hans promured a quanitiity of seed from
PAyupt it anid th0 so islaind plantation
4f Georgia lineld tho Long sections of
Miitissippi vallf4y, ha1s obtLintied all
po4si)lo information with reference
t- the C)Ittn phlantkt andlfl its eiltuire,
and is having a pminphlet prited in I
81nnish for distribution witi f ho
144101IS, boing froly givon outt to plan
tatiol ownilrs ilontg the litto Willitv
to expi-riment. with th fibr . Shouild
a sifficiit. tiutillber of thei plant.,
tlt, railroad compuny next year will
putlt ip tit oither lavana or at Pinar
dol 1'io, a gin aid all necessary ma- I
chinery for the convenienco of grcw
Cott'1on was cultivated extensively ,
in tho distriet fifty yoars ago, and
toda11y cottonl tres twenty foot hlAil
nro to bil found growing wild in
iany parts of the district, the fil.re,
however, being coarso and groon.
Junt, Thie opposite.
"When I Ii.rst met you," cried the I
woman whoi had been married for her 1
money. "you oct-tiled it Inw, meilal
position: but now, thanks to mne, your
"Is a byrmenial one, her husband in
errujpted. -1hi iladel ph ia Press' d
Pepsin preparations often fbil to re
ieve indigestion because they can
i-igest only albuminous foods. There
s one preparation that digests all clas
ies of food, and that is Kodol Dyspepsia I
("utre. It eures the worst cases of in
diges',ion and gives instant relief, for
itdirsts what you eat. Gilder's Cor
ner1 Drtyug St"re.
I IIAVFE FOR SALE 400 BUIIELS
H ti-sell's im p'ove'd proli tic big boil
t'ottn Seed fo-- saLle as follows: In ten
bushel lots 40Oe per bushel, and in
smaller qu antities 500. per bushel.
F~ort,y hells of this cottoni will w* igh a
pound. anud it will third itself. I have
kept the seed pe fectly pure.
J. L. MAYER
Longshtorc, 8. C.
I OR AN AUI'IliRZEDh AGE~NT
wilt be at, the following places
named below for the purpose or t ik ng
returns of p)ersonatl properly for the
At Walton, January 22nd.
"Pomarla, " 2:3d.
"~ Jolly Street, " 211.h.
" Sligzhs, " 25th.
"O'Neatl's, "' 26l'h.
"St. Luke's, " 28th.
"Prosperiry, " 29Jth & go'h
and at Newberry until Februariy 2th.
a'tor which t ime t he law r- quirce u
penalty of 50 per centt to be added.
All notes and mortgages and moneys
are ttaxa.ble, and perstins between the
ages of 21 and (60 years are liable to poll
tax unless exempt by law. The law
provides, also, for an income tax otn
gross inucomues of 82,500 and upwards
No state1u'ni of property scnt in wilt
be received unless made on proplerl
b)lank, and sworn to by party mxaking
Al' parUties5 are reqlulred by law to
give nutmber' of School District in whIch
they reside. WV. U. CROMER,
Auditor Nrewherry no . 4
A SUJPPLY OF
from the laboratories of
Parl(e, Davis Et Co.,
Ask to see the
PH .iNX LYAuINTION lHILD!
Wire Guard, Padded,
Specially designed for
protection of the arm
Every cotton planter shoold
write for our valuable illustratcd
)amphlet, - Cotton Culture."
It is sent free.
Semd nami. aned a4dress; to
A.101AN KAI WORKS. en NaNsau St,. Y.
Sheriff s Sale.
iTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY--IN
IWo. 8 \lower, Ilaintiff, against Lam
bert, J. Joni-m, Defundant.
I Y VIlI'UE OF' AN I,XECU 'ON
In the above 81111d case to me
lircteld, I will sell at public oute y at
ewberry C. it , on saleday in Febru
wry, A ) 1)01, during the legal hours
of sale, all the right, title, interest and]
ustate of the defendait in1 all that tract
or lNotation of hand situate in the
ountuy and State afore.'aid, and lying
tartly within and partly without the
oriporatw limit,s of the Towi of New
wi*ry, containing One Ilundred and
4inety-six Acres, more or less, bounded
ov Main street, separated from lands of
L. S i)unein by a streer, by lands ,f
ames J. Lane, hv Columbia road, by
ands of James Mcinto-h and others;
he same being the lands whereon the
efondant resided at the time of his
Terns-Casb. Purchaser to pay for
iapers and qt-'mips.
M M. BUFORD,
SherifT of Newberry County.
Sheriff's 0111co, Newberry S. C.
anuary 12, 1901.
Administrator's Sale of
URSlUAN' 'u OR DER OF
PCourt we will sell at the late resi
enee of Jacob S. Russell, deceased, in
be Towti of Newberry, 8. C., on Fri
ay. the first day of February, 1901, the
ersonal property of said deceased, con
isting of household and kitchen furni
Terms of Sale-Cash.
PA N NI E C RUSSELL,
it. 11 It USsEL"L,
Adm'x and Adm'rof .Jaoob S. Russell,
THE RISER MILLI
4 E RY CO. has moved
nto the store recently
)ccupied by Pelahms
Thina Hall. They in
tite all their friends to
/isit them at their new
Watch this space next
week for the bargains they
aAill be offering.
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Learn this wonderful art as taugh
by us, and you will find yoturself comins
into a now life and p)ower is abl)1 to adi
unto you all you not d, all you can de
sire, all that you know how to or
joy. W~rite at onco to
Thla BroatlIn Institn16 er Healing,
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Our entire stock of Ar
AtCost for Cash.
A nice line.of entire
new goods to 8elect
N. Y. LE. .VELL.
We unfurled o,ir banner ninett en yers ago, and through all this( a
wo have retained the patronage of a great many of our first cutmers, a .
though many efforts were ma<lo to iniuce them to trade 1lsewbere. In
some instances the miraculous offers of competitors dr*!w them from is
only to return to us to trade aid to remai with us. Many clstomors are
added daily. To each and all we extend our thanks for the many favors
and patronage that has been given us.
Our First Consideration is Our Trade,
by giving them va!un for what they pay. From the very beginning our
aim has been to follow none, but to lead thoin all, and we ask nothing more
than a comparison of rur goodls and prices with those of any other hous0
in this town, and we feel conf<ent that to t ra<do with us means a saving of
CENTS, DIMES AND DOLLARS.
We propo-m to make it even more profitable to you to trade with u's during
ibis year than wo ov-r di<l before, and experience has taught you that
Our Word is Our Bond. More Goods for Less
Morey. A Fair and Square Deal to All.
That's our promiso during the entire year of 1901. Every train brings in
new goods. We start the now cot.tury with a vim, and as always, We ititend
The Fair and Square Dealer.
Price, your door, $12.50
Guaranteed and for sale by
R. Y. LEAVELL,
N OTICE IS IIEREIIY GIVEN
that the Commi-ssoners of Pub
lie Works for the Town of Newberry.
S. U , will elect a Superititendent of the
Electrical Light and Water Works sys
tem on or about the 15th of January,
1901. All applications must b sent to
Commissioners of Public Works.
JOH N U. GOGGANS, bec'y.
Dec. 31, 190l). Wi
LOST OR MISLAID.
CERT FICATE FOR F1IVI1.1 ())n
shares in The Prudential [3ank
iug and 'T1rust, Company, standiiig in
the name of D. [H. Counts & Co.. on the
books of said company. Application
has been mare for duplicate of same.
t4t. D. II. COUNTS & CO.
I WILL SELL AT TH MLATE RE-I
dence of William E. Welch. de
ceaed. (in the 23d day of January, 1901,
all of the personal property of the said
deceased, inclu(ing mu'e, horse,j
hog, cows, corn, fcddcr, pens and other
ruffage. Also a go- d four-horse wagon,
nt.w mow'-r, all farming imple.ments
and household and kitchen furniture.
Terms of Sale--Cash.
A. C WIELCII,
Adm'r of William 10. Welch. dec'd.
In 1(fTect Nov. 25th, 1900.
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0 F0, OndS and with prompt,ness Special attention to
*YWJ~. 00llor'tlons. Corrrespondence solI.cIted
Morigages Savings Departmient.
Deposite allowed interest at the rate.
viOAoallkinds and of 4 peer cnt pet annum from date erf
deost Julerfostn payable January 1s&
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