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ESTABLISHED 1865. NEWBERIVY .. c , .UE S[I' V, OCTOBEli. 2U9, 'O WIEAWE.8.QAY~
OFFICIAL REPORT OF
M 117.4ltATN: UA1 . OF S 01TI
. wiHITE4 T1IHt)rGVItNIlt.
T o b o, T u r an d n O vo r to S o ll i o r---t o v er ou,r
Feoe Su,o That That O1in1ur Wil U>o
Hiis Full Deity lei thu, Mat.ter.
[Tho State, 24th.]
Uov. McSweenny yesterday re
coived from Magistrate t. M. J)a.oy
of Scotia, the acting coroner in the
recent -ampton county lynching af
fair, a full report as to the unfortu
nato occurrence. The Governor has
referred the report to Solicitor J. E.
Davis in whose circuit the afl'air oc.
currod and states that he feels satis
lied that the solicitor will do his fall
duty in the matter.
The report to the Governor roads
Dear Sir: It. becomes my painful
duty to report to you a deplorable
deed of mob violence that was per
potrated on the night of October the
18th, 1901, near Furman, in Hamp.
ton county, by parties unknown. The
facts are as follows (what the State
y is prepared to prove): On the night
of October the 17th, 1901, at Scotia,
f S. C., about 10 o'clock the dwelliug
house of Dr. M. L. Poeples was
rokon into and entered by one Wil
a-r Sanders (this is the name
iven). Mrs. Peoples, the wife of
Dr. Pebles, was arousod and said to
kiher husband some one was in the
room. She struck a match to light
',he lamp and she wias fired upon by
id Sanders. Ho (Sanders) had pro.
red thtr doltor's pistol, which he
lied, and had also procured gold
atches and chains to the value of
118. W1hen he fired the doctor
prang out of bed and spoke to San
ers. Sanders then ran to the front
the house and broke through a
arge glass door on the front of said
Ouse arid made his escape up the
rack toward Estill. He was pur
ed by Dr. Peepls and others and
ght on the morning of October 18
ut daylight. His face showed
ass cuts on it and the watches,
stol and chains wore found on his
rson aud taken away by his cap
0, and said Sanders was brought
k to Scotia, the p1' co of the
r. Peobles then sent for me. I
ved at Scotia about 3 30 p. m.
ere was aa goodly crowd there. I
ad a warrant for Sanders and ho
turned over to a special consta
Mr. J. A. Ponder, a very dis
and repultable cit izn,) anid
ght up on the charge of burg
and grnd( larceny for p)relimi
y ixainiat ion. Sanders wiived
nrat ion in writing and volun
aihewa-i guilty ofth
je. I then coimmiit.ted him11 to jatil
amuplon to be then-o delivered
ue course of law ini default of
'3As liy regular conist able was
'n the uipp'r part, of the coun
a work, I aIppo)intedl Mr. J1. A.
or, speciail coiis[table, to take
e'ra to H-amnptoni. M. r. Penider
8ootia with prisoner lat.e that
g, Octob"r 18, just before suun
What testimony shown lat
uest was that night overtook
about seven mriles be&low Scotia
V he way to Hampton. Mr. J. A.
er stopped for the night lit his
er's) house, thimking it would
eor to st ay there till mfor[ilng.
then got three of his neigh
help him guard Sanders till
ha', On October 19 I was
dyight.- by J: A. Ponder to
Slot for agan er the dead body
hol an inquest' 0 I hold the
of the prisoner, Sanide - tizens as
ibquost widh 12 repuitable o testi
* jrors, and after hearing the
iony of Mr. J. A. pender, the e .
stable, and his deputies or guards
and( thoroughly investieninlg the
*crilne we failed to ascertalin the idenl
tity of any of the parties to the dia
The jury of inquw" >rought in a
verdict that William anders oarne~
to his death by being shot and hanged
by parties unknown to the jnry.
The testimony of all the witnesses
for the State is agreed that abont 1C
- 0'clock on the night of Oct. 18 Mr
Pexider had the prisoner safe at hi'
(Ponder's) house when a very larg
crowd of arled maon came t hro and
deandod the prisoner, which was
refused by Mr. Ponder. The door
of Ir. Ponder's house was thou
broken open by the crowd of a hun
dred or more metn Imasked, Mr. Pon
dor and his guard overpowered and
the prisoner taken and carried about
ono mile away tid shot amd hanged
by the neck and1 that. non11 of the
witnossoes recogn)izod thm identity of
any of the parties. I failed inl the
investigat.ion to find any who knew
the prisoner, Sanders. Ito wits it
burly, large black negro about 30 or
35 years old, weight 180 or 200
pounds, about. 5 foot .10 inches in
height. I have bound over Mr. J.
A. Ponder and those who were help
ing to guard the prisonl r to the
court of general sessions, February
torm, it Itampion, to bi sibjet to
the action of the grand jury, and
forwarded ill papers to the clerk of
the court and coroner. L would
have notified you sooner but, wanted
to write you the facts fully and could
not (1o so until after full investiga
Hoping this may roach you safo
ly and be I aatisfactory explana
tion. Yours very truly,
I. M. Daloy,
P. S.--Tho peoplo around Scotia
very muuch surprised at. th's violene
as well as lnyself, as overyone ex
pressed satisfactiln in tlhe penalty
that the imw fixed for the prisoner's
crione-life sentence in the pe0niton.
M1ONU 11 EN t" 'I) 'IONTENNi (l EENs.
In Mieini,ry of 3'. lll %%W1,. iF11F1ght A\guainst
t11e 114 itt.
Knoxville, 'Tenn., Oct.. 2-1.-A mon
ument of Tennesso marble erected
to the nenory of the 32,000 Tl nnes
eoonus who enlisted for Sorvic( in t ihe
Federal army in the Civil War, 6,000
of whom never returned home, was
dedicated in the National cemetery
in this city today. 'I'he orator was
Judge Newton Itacks, of Jonesboro,
TeInn. It had been exllected that
Secretary of War Root would for
mally receive the monument, as the
representative of the ; v'.me("nt but
he was detained by illness.
A l'ROMINENT I)EO))IIN i)iAI).
George T. Itwr1 ,a+. Who Was Thrun Timeo
Elec'ted1 to liongresi..
Angusta, Ga., Oct. 21..-George T.
Barnes, c mgressmnan from the tenth
Georgia district in the forty -ninth,
fiftieth and fift.y.first congresses.
died at his h-om=e in this cit.y today.
Hie wats iat one( tim1o1 memlber of thle
niational Dem,ocra tic (x'.Uive com
mitten andl prom inent in party poli
t ili. H wats G5 years ol.
Late4 L.iterary N.'ws.
Thle Cosmnopol it an has erndeav oredu
to make itself knownz by timnely ('on.
tributiouis to all imiportaint conitro
versies. Frank Moss, soe well known
in the LeOxow anid Matzet. investiga
t.io)n, contributes "'Maniicipal11 Mis.
,governmnt and Corru ptioni; A
WVarning to Pat riots" to thle Novem
ber issue. TPhis consMiders a serious
(aufliculty in a wvay that will be fonnai
interesting ntot onIly to New Yorkers,
hut to residen of otvery part of tIle
United St aLes.
As we come toward the Christmas
holidays, larger. spacee in the maga.
zines is givon to fiction. The Cos
moepolitan includes a t ragic stocry of
the Mexicatn foot hills by 'Thomias A.
Janvior, a very clever society story
b)y Carolyn WVolls, one of thle Old
French Riomances by Rtichatrd LI
Gallienne, all unusually intoresting
Inidian narrative by HI. 'T. George
and a weird story by S. R. Crockett.
What.L TSIllaaa saiys.
,everal people have iasked if
,orTilliman had boen heard
from. ~'.gt has been genorally pre.
dieted t.heti he would make some0 in
ters5t.ing i marks anid he has. A
dispatch fro'o Guthrie, O. '1., Oct.
24, says: "Uenator Tillmnan of
South Carolinat, who is here on It
lecturinlg tour, sat d last night: "Thle
action of Presido it Roosevelt. in (41.
our kilning aI thiousantd negroes in th<
a Sonth before they learn their places.'
a WOMAN PERFORMS
A WONDERFUL FEAT.
()OS OV/'IC CANAIAN HII)I OF NI (1
AICA ANI) MUICVIv;.
M iscin It -rIliou Trlp hI Iicrrl---FIr t TlI,c'
It Iis ECvcr II.ew' Acc<Icatpllilcc"1.
1)ruhpwuI I( FINt ve r tho
-lll - h N i Ffty
Niwntra Falls, N. Y., October 24.
Mtinnio Ildso)n 'tylor, 501 years old,
wont. over Niagara Falls on the Calla
dian sitlo this afternoon, and stir
vivo(d, it feat never bof)re accon
pllished, and indotod never atttmpted,
except in t ho comissi of suicido.
She llade t he trip in a barrel. Not
only did she survive, but she escaped
without it brokon bono, her only ap
patrcnt in juries bning at scalp wound
0110 and ono-half inches long, a slight
concussion of the brain, some shock
to her nervous system, and bruisos
about the body. She wa' conscious
when taken out- of the barrel. The
doctors in attendance upon her to
light said t itt. though she was some
what hysterical, her condition is not
at all sorouS, and that she probably
will be out of bod within it few days.
Mrs. Taylor's trip cwarnd a t mile
ride throngh the Canadian rapids
hofore sheo reached the brink of the
precipices. H-ir barrel wats twirled
and tpplo(l and bufifeted throtigh
these waters, but escaped serious con
tact with rocks. As it passetl through
the stioother, swifter waters that
rushed over into the abyss, it rode in
an llblnost porpondicular position with
its Upper ha.f out of the water. Over
t he brink it rod at an angle of about
45 degrees on the outer surface of
the dlugo and doseended to the
white foaming waters, 158 foot below.
True to her calenlations the anvil
fastened to the bottom of the barrel
kept it foot downward, and so it land
ed The ride through the rapids occu
pied .18 minttes. The barrel could not
be seen as it struck the water below
because of the spray, but in less than
a half minute after it passed over the
brink, it was seen on the surface of
the sCUm-covered waters below the
fulls. It was carried swiftly down
to the Maid of the Mist land
ing, caught in an eddy, and hold
there until it floated so close to the
shore that it was reached by means
of a poln and hook and drawn in
upon the rocks. Ton minutes later
the woman was lifted from the bar
rel, and half an hour later she lay on
a cot at her boarding place on First
street. in Niagara Falls on the Ameri
can sidle. She thanked God she wvas
alive, thanked all wvho had helped
heri ini any way, said she would never
(d0 it agin, but she wvas not sorry
sh11 hadl done1 it, "'if it wvould help
She sid she had1( prayed all dur
the truip, except during a few mo
ienOts of uliicons5ctiusLnss jU$t aflor
Thle barrel iln which Mrs Taylor
nmade the~ journey is four and a half
feot high ando about three trett in
d1iamleter. A leather hartness andi(
enshions in1sid1 protect her body.
Air was secured thIroughi a rulibber
tub)o conniect ed with a small opening
near the top of the barrel.
Mrs. Taylor is a school10 teacher and
recently camoe here from Bay City,
lil RfIX cY's 51rATEMENT.
Hie says Thiat. Onnigrense Uauneid P'red
WVashlington, Oct. 26.-Dr. Rixey
has filedi wit h the surgeon general
of the navy a report of the wound
ing and illness of President McKin
Io; in part:
"Gangrene of both walls of the
stomallch and the pancreas following
the gunshot wound caused deothl."
The report IS in the shape of a ship's
log and1( t he entios indl(icate that lie
presidenlt was in ia precarious condi
'tion froml the time he was first oper
In view (of the fact the regular
surgeoons wvho iat t entded the lato presi
dont. have niever been able to exactly
agree on the immnediato cause of hit
death Dr. ltixey's statement is 0
THE LAaT M4SSAGE
FROM 111S FATHER
TO 1.1'ON CZ(I41()z wit ll C TISWll"s
MR11(N I NO.
Th'11at Ito Aluut. 1a4 RICsp bleiIIl. feur ii14 Untt
furttltnate (I '4nltion misldIIt t th t Ae lunut
Meet II 14111IBu Iahnen 111 i
Cleveland, Oct.. 27.---The Assooi
ated I'ross is mado tho me10diuLlm of
tho last. Imtessago from the father of
Leon F. Czolgo-z, tho c'ondeimi t d
assassin, who will pay the penalty
for his crimo in Auburn prison Tuies
(lay morninig. In an interview this
afternoon the older Cztolgos was
asked whiat h had to say finally to
his unfortunate son.
T1he old man's oyos lillod with
tears as ho replied delierately:
"Toll Loon that I hope that he
may rest in )oac(+ that lie will h
colmo reconcilcd to (od, and will
moot his end bravely. Tell him that
as much as I and all of our fimnil)
regret his most unhappy plight that
wo can do nothing to interfere, that.
he alone is responsible for his utifur
tunlito position and that he must
moet, his puIishment aS a conse
Further conversation eliciting the
information thit the l)urlposo of tihe
visit of \V. Baudosski to Auburn is
to arraig( for the disposal of the
body after the law's mnidito has
been carried out. Up to this after
110011 no colmun)ictll lioll has b n ro
ceived by the oldor Czolgosz from
Waldeck, ald this is takon to Ienli
that the father's presonce is not, do
sired at the death scono. '1'ho ontiro
arrangement, of the after part of the
law's courso is in Valdeck's hands
and What stops ho will take is i mat
ter of uncertaiinty. The expet-nse of
convoying the body fr,im Auburn
prison to Cloveland is one of t ho Col1
sidorations that. causos hesitancy in
the ainonicu nlont of definitO 1inal
arrangements. Paul Czolgosz, the
father, stated that there was Som1
foar of mutilation or othor um(l0siral
b10 occurrence at someo timle or other
if the body should be brought to
Cloveland inmmnodiately aftor the olo.
trocution. This four has led to the
consideration of crenating the body
at Buffalo or soime other city whore
a crematory is available. Some anony
Ious communications to the Czolgosz
family have mentioned the fact that
the body might be valuabli as a
scientific object to medical peo)plo, and
would bring a good sum of money,
but further than mere hints, no
definite offer has been miado. It was
stiated that such an offer would hie
distasteful to tihe family of the as
sasinL aInd wou)ild not ho c'onide(lredl.
FeaIr that tbe body1) mright, be stolen
if buried i t.he uisual mannflJor is ills'o
a reason for cremation betiing favore'd.
As sa1(ilbove, all post mortem alr
rangemnents are ini thes hands(1 of WVol
(deck tjandosski and whatever he does0
the filmily here will aicqieisco inl.
says hatt, thero wa4rnt P'lnty oft Itcynh111
lectorsiAIp to 44n "Outlder."'
[News and Courier.]
Darlington, S. C., October 28
Special: Deputy Collector K. 11.
Dolls has just returned1 from WVmeb.
ington arnd is very much wron1ght up
over the political situation so far es
the old1 line Republicans are con
(cornoai. Hie declines to have any
thing to say in reference to President
Rloosevelt('s att ituide towiards his fale
Lion just now, hut does [not hosit ate
to add to tihe complications, as5 then
following letter, mailed to Acting
Collector Hluggins, will show:
"I heroby tender my resignat ion
as deputy collector of internall reve
nue of the 2(d district of South Calro
lina, to take elfect the day procoding
the taking charge of said oiflico by
your scccessor, Mr. George R. K(ues
D'3a9 says that no self-r(spectir)g
man couldl (10 otherwiso than sendj( in
his re'signaltioni ini the ci rcumst anees.
lie added0( that there were a ph nty
(of such good Rlepublicanis as8 Scr4'vet,
Hluggins, Gates alnd others who het
ter deserved recognition thiani out.
Dnas aIdmittna thalt. his oinnann~1m
hi'e j h ~a p ibbli', to thrm aI t I t ' ii,
Iys t hat hli' has the d ti ta tl
Itlo; t h he w ll lit in tIo purty
ts h, I l tg a ip s IIh, it ibr' n1l ititko to
tte st"nato inl i)t'('mbeur, whero heo
will i iot t ml ait t P'hilp1)1 i. i )t'sit)
hint"(htsarkly of nluic'h ho inlt+r'i to
dlo sh101l. it, ho noco'ssary, a nd ho
ovidl''ntly thinks that i rv iuch will
bl o et'( i rl y. 1 t I t - m b1 i I+l jiinit tv r
tvi1 }}rt't isot \i- t Ii iit niIt sin ;ittg
tion, but sits ho Itnd his lat rt\ wioll
prtson i timI 'nill phanx, hl n IIo
natter wtihtlha lin i. J1. K. N.
i N I T ,l't T l i II ' t'.; i;ti: 't ' IutN.
(0ver11 1)it :,t I t)s1 I t M,. h fn I t'l t
Itt trl ii, h ir b "(-r rh-! t'ufll t I toll i i -F I
Itur" T'IhI) or f. i
Was;hintontti, O)ct V2 -Seotary
Wrilson il atIn mt)ed. todr liiIh-it ox}rt't
of the ag rieitondl <ht'}pariltlt t will.
Iltlt Ia l ort' i 1o0 ( ' tl' 1d Stittl'i m d
its tl(rw }>,I p siIS for comiitli'ls
fatvoriatsl I theo ('tultiv.itIn of h th
Iill r tonn;eca. sue ic ts isi I >wt rais+d
wvithint thle bold, aiels of ti tU',n t it
"Tho Un,itod tatl "h ad i
now\ p itingi :8.t0 0,0I)( f'1r tilletr
loobaccu, whieb c,1m1's n1I'stly frott
Cubn , nd Itt t,-,ll)I0lltI fo r wratIII'I
totcco. Wi'l have uceditd'nt ItIt' il lilii
inl. irn thii l nt a ity f i '' co;Ilit' s i l
undeor whieb aill tho wrappe} r 1(1hn04" o
w.r( need+ c'Ini ho riw,"il btro, atid ox
ltsi. of 1t lit arlit mr tn tlt of airicil.
turoe for itit lirst. Ii. 11 t' a s,'t ilt
soils adptllathlo to to ult ir mioll of
tho e iIlo liI li i l uct.. Wl'o Iilv
parts of I'mii,)'vaia;, Ohit arnd
Tox is slocteditl fort) t h i lvi Iga tions
of our oxp orts, andl hll- for r.iuir
plrposvs will ho sel(td in all tur
n o\1 i isi i t- p ost 1 sjssi onti > with a i,t Iw
to ascertain Itnhw II nld,r what
co iitions (to tilhar prodine can ho
built up1) h irt."
Hi ~~,f 8 ,Mine' circus.iot i -tn
TI'hor til' ft ofeatuis'o bo exhihited
i ot i w) ' I IIin tIna rient' t(1 wit i
tho Wbititr L. dltin r stit ti Now
herry, Tusday, Novmior f>th, ar.
too num111rousl1 to givt+ spoi tcI d 110wntI)In
to ontch. SuIliel+ it to hia\ t hat tho"s(
wvho IIr1 f. iilIt ('n tt);3rngh t') h 't thI,
howl wt ll i+ronii nIne"t it, tho gr'"i t:"
exhlibitin cf i;ovtltIt ' of 1the ;:o.
T1ho }intril1lo will lotavo tht bho>w
grounds ait 10 it. mi., amrlt its g;rti
longt h will b>o ct>nlno tted0 it onil. I t
will b e ono inoving masshr of g ob1iandl
glittor, oxhib>iling m oro foaturlsitt; In
has ovor Volt honl a0ttemlptid. fim
muoliiattely afteor Cho pairadto at fr('o ox
hib ition will talk(+ hitco att Iht show
STAEMENT FROM KOESTER.
lIt: F'X I.l..\iN ri't \1 It14 . 1 i t'OIN I'
'.4 4(14 11:.l WA' I'SEI~ ''CI"I.u AIi)
Ilt' (' libn-ltly Olt . it th' I lit tisi4 of
't .Iir'-1I i N t ti W rt1N sntt IJ. t evv I.g
Ag\ lorn l I h. lI'1n,u hfol V'"-n of u
it)4 1 01 I i'4" %, tt:.I 11 IN41111 4, ig
('lllhnn it, ti ('., Oct. 2:1 M r'.
(,11. It. K. -Sr rcet'ni t Ivltly itlap otltd
r iV n1 ('hIII it kIIIlit is th tt follow
in1; st'oioltIll'll int Theo Ilticr1'd1 of
whici to-wsitl";r \lr. K"ot r is thl
"I havt hIn app)inted collectr
of iltr-trlul rovenulo forl $outh CaIro
Iinit. T1'ho ppIot iintIrtl sitiirn to
Ittvo Iv btIn i surlri8o to oullthll C'ro
lintat. This in not Stralnglt is it was
I 11114If it u rrlit to mo, for I wat s
nota h for (11 t iit o1he position, Itntt
iVor inl antly way atl pltlitl for it. I
hatv1'e slit >tronig friondls in \\Va,'h
intton. \\'hon Ihe wrilnglo occurro<l
ViIIoiiog I ; it bliCan11 leaderoot ailS to
whiirh net t tif th lt l sh 1l1 itll lho
c.loctilItihIt, thoio frionds witholut
*(n )Ilinillg n11 tiugettedtt that I ho
appoilinto:d. They.) wor"( kina lilnough
to h1y 511nl'o ;.;otld1 woos tthout nlto
fitllny pillrgrt'ssivo lowsIatplr work.
'ht Irttihh, t "it r I on I utillt II)oni -
tlr" \le' Iliur Itl ith.b lt n111t, andlll Its tll
thIi ('iir""11111il Sioti wt (it rohlittit 11o
11lll IhitIa V(' ', Ill ti 4I4 tx%v i ll is it'o r
illee li o aitI lat ill t 1 -uditi't l i "o tt i
it. is otiy to u lt rslint t t whilo
h )til d ii il ) i n I l o lilt rtl(nt w itt.
h, si of nu, c favoratlo. 2Th
pr'iden1 ofx prs aotr Sulu 1(1tir( to se0
Ill" I went It, \\"itthil,tl'n :tu I
l at lit tho \'Vhilt Ilti isi litit t
111-11 :. i t (5111 t NI W l I 1t-h
I"t ilill.'tV':1i 'l. IttI t
TIho p rosideont, atftor Holm, pions-.
aItlt cotv'rItioin, Irt'trl mtro (ho
lipploint15 m 1n1. I r llil'd I hatl I hadl
I'nd1.r1"it itutotlhor +kndl pr1"fi'rredt( his
appoltinhIOont. TIho piroidelnt. sidl
Iiat appo tiltnuIt wonubl not uInado104
and I Iotnad 444"('It)'It ho plat. That
is all thtre st i it. imvo h'on in
to newspin.r bunsinss 1n SOuth
Carolihtt f' .r ' fturto1,n v.,Irs andl( it
wo11h4 bt t!rangi. indlto(1 it' dur"ing
t hat I1on1 ? had11 nt t nlitlo enemluiois, I
am11 pr( nd oif some( thet onomlios I
haIVO nu55l.. TIh(ty will condIo:nnr my
::I H i l::n11-n)i llli i ir..;m i lt lln tlpaper
has", ii a t t't- Ii it i.. it ol i1 unscim(lll
I"'nit and mnttrtlhful 1%ay}. I will ntot,
olngIg1, in it con truorHy wit h t h(ml.
T.'im rint 1rtt and honrt y tsongirtla
tIlony 4)f hun 1rid i fih e h s pe it-1,.4 I ol d
of (Cohnnabit, whieb hats bent my
holm for Itn y'ttr"i, Iih, vondiail hamd
;;raI pO of thoso whio know)% m11 atti
0i' . ' OF' SOUTiH CAl I1,INA
COUN l'Y Ol'' NIVHI'.l,S -IN
A tilmln n, Millcr t 'o., I'ltintitTs.
A\llta 1" l''.Tylor, et ad, I)efel at:'s.
B ' O ltI )1' A t O F T il"i C o : h;l Rl E e:
inl, I will sell to the hlighe"s ttidder-1
before the Court House lit Newberry,
S. C., oil saletlaty ill Novemb er ns'. alil
that, lot or parcel of kand situtte in .h,
town of Newberry, inl the county an(/
St t foresttid, ("ont.ining h('urteeu
hundlretl3ha (I14-1001) of anl :\11r", emtr'e
or ie,s, knowo 1s lot No 4 of the "''P.
II. Douninick 1lill L,ot," frolt.inf. on
.lllin or lI'rttL 1 stree. indu (othel'Vit'e.
tmnttcedl ty lots No';. :3 andI C of the "le.
It. Dominick Mill Lot" anld boy lot of
M. A. Carlisle.
Also aLi that (ract or platutatio of
laudt mit,uate, lying; andl b-ing in (t:
County of New l< ry, a;nt l .ih State of
South C-art lin,, coottininig )nr, llun
l Iu red l 'ritI t (1'8 8 10 () A eri s, .r.') o r
Ies'., knowin ats Il, .o'111 p laece, a11(1
boundertl by\ Inml' t,f eta,t." of W\m.
I.ngfortd, tleenede'l, t riu(t' 1 ''eheeru
S. A,r:u ls aind ()ih r":. hv Iitl. ! roa(1
anit by litish ltiver.
I'ermls of Sale.-- I'h t !own lot knownu
a1s lot No. 4 of the "I'. Il. I),amilliek
.till I,ot" will be sohl It,o. onec-half cash.
Ilalance limyable ill onl. yoar from (ay
of ale, slecu!redI by a1 0'l of the lur
ebat.er a ndI mnor"t.gagt if re1 li4e+ sold1.
Tlhe t.raet colIt.lilirg I - - t 1(1( atres
will be sold for ( nt' !inhll ret--, batlanco
ill twelve mlotlith' (-t m d1 'iNy of Satle, se
urled by i hon<l oI :hi11o pur1-c,:ser. and
muortga:ge of the I'remils.'s sold. I)e
ferr'etl patymn tt' inl oth :ales at " 1 4:r
('tnt. intere,l.. 1,.reha-r to lot. for
Al ast er's OIllh-e, (t w1 IiIW)I.
STA''E OF SOl'I'II ('.\liOtNA,
COUN ''Y )l' N IW\\' i>I :I iY- IN
Dav"idt lipp, I'laintilT, atrgaintut I). U.
IiohtllIl aultt W . A. \ii4y l('V W i 11.1'.
.lu-l. ii',l'ar tne a (In tradt,le,tfi ng buts8i
tle~s unith-r thet :irml 10an.-4 amt st.yl(e
of 1lo. l e) Ih If... ilt'f-mr.it:tnt:s.
S Y ) I l 1 t U '"11 11 )' i I,-: COl't'1
.Aher'ein, I will -ell to the ;tal_'- "t
IhItn1er before the ('ourt Iloa.rS aIt. New
h erry, S. (i., onI sulalsty htt I,i:e'
ne.Nt. the following pilet'' tr tr:itut of
hand, .it utto and being inl Ne",berry
Ionty, Siouth ('atoli, cont,tining
l)me-llt Acre mnore or le-s, at(I boulnd
el by Nld of A. N. Ihot( andl Thos.
'Ierl"I of Sa;tlt(. ( m hall rash, ndl
tit'. hltne On ai credia, Of one t'ar"
frOmn tinte of s'le, the :r-dit pr'tiot, to
be cecuretl by hitnut of t.he 1)urclmtse1"
alllt 1ort !;l',e of t11h! premcilliseS S111,l or
aill (ah, at, t. optionl f the pucha-1s1, ir.
'iirhaerl lo to Ialy for ae a sa ps.
I1. f. R(I K A t:se.11, Mase
lat,tr's Ofe1 , Oct. 6, 190I.
tilAT1 I2 OF S0U'l'. CAROLINA,
CO)UIN'1TY Oh' IN I: mI ; 3.;ItiY
I,N COMMON P'IAIAS.
l,ucy 1'. I) (oozer' et atl, I'laint.ills
l I -) I'.aiu! \\'I'1 t, ,I at, I).*ff ln a1tlts.
>(!11 1 U I) r ' M , '' 112 1(2l': .'(.)IJI1'! 21t
}V4l'111e (f14 llt O' ll I' Ul2, (2T1
ho relnt , I w lli wtl ii.- 1 b1 1 e o It
c-y e'fore lht ('t tt lit:els af New
burry, (f'ttwetn L h-t ; le ' I urS ' S l(,
ol tiltt' fir'st, .\Iinthly ill N,-"tInrie', lt90),
ll that t.ract Jr piaInlat,itn .f lan , sit
untr lying 1(1 ' ig in l, ..1111,y of
Newtt'herr)y, SIIte of Smith .oil-Jim,
containing t ne bhnntlredt anil ItVolt,y
cight (121) aere,, nur o r Iles, hutlet
by laintds of Joh n W. D)o inrk, A. L .
ooz1', I0lnanceNs I), nainick ;atit Ir'r t
rI'o02z(eil h e.,d. Th b,o N.,lt ra ge n
wil, tbe dil idedino tho t,aud,:Ifnth doN
aulifollows,f( (If NIit: Th. oney coioig
diI'(ti 1 (l('( 'I-l) t l ife('v io or(Ill befos,
wi'rane-halfiie and t811 rin thento baidc
b)a) is,2 it. forn 011he oer on phichathe
olaoei r1locat.ed(i h, n)11'-(oliinB ri ato
No. 2cotiing1 for.-on aI)d ntit,y
A.ustlooer, O''rce O ominick, Joh
Ceri;'k' 200 rvih.o way 1.bougol- saido
Torm oftz l. Wonte htrd(;enh