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GENERAL SESSIONS COURT.
A Very Short Term -Few Minor Cases.
The Presentment of The Grand
The general sessions court ad
journed shortly after midday on
Tuesday, making one of the short
est terms of the court the county
OAly a few minor cases were dis
On Tuesday morning John Wax,
colored, was found guilty of house
breaking and larceny and was sen
tenced to serve fifteen months at
hard labor on the county chaingang.
Simon Long was convicted of
disposing of property under lien and
was sentenced to pay a fine of $15
or to serve fifteen days on the
The grand jury made their pre
sentment on Tueseay morning.
The presentment is as follows:
To His Honor, D. A. Townsend,
The grand jury most respectfully
That we have carefully consid
ered and acted upon all bills of in
dictment handed to us by the so
licitor and have turned the same in
1. We respectfully advise the
court that the committees selected
from the gentlemen composing the
grand jury have been appointed to
visit and thoroughly inspect all pub
lic offices, together with such in
stitutions as are provided for the
care of the indigent and punishment
of the:violators of the law, who will
make report of the status of same
at the next term of court.
2. The public highways from the
Junius Long place to the Orlando
Wicker place an from the Orlando
Wicker place and from the Orlando
with the bridges on the road lead
ing from Rutherford Academy, in
Township No. 2. to the cross roads
near J. L. Keitts, and one located
about one mile south of Jalapa on
the road leading to Newberry, in
Township No. 5, also the road near
the bridge on Cannon creek near
the east of Cappleman's hill, have
been reported in an unsafe condi
Stion, and we recommend that the
supervisor be instructed to attend to
them at once.
3. We find thc fence of the jail
yard in bad condition and recomn
newed and a cover be put over the
ing around the jail should be re
newed and a cover be putover the
platform in rear of the house to
protect it from the weather.
4. We are also advised that pu
nitive measures of an excessive na
ture are used in the control of per
sons composing the chaingang and
we would recommend that the prop
er authorities be instructed by the
court to see that the law gove rning
the same is enforced.
L3. WVe would also suggest that
the machinery purchased by the
couty for road working be put un
:e. If croup
ptive coughs, cu
, remedies are mt
/e want everybo
eks we will sell th
der shelter at all times when not in
use upon the roads of the county
and that no part of the same shall
be used at any time but for the pur
pose for which it was purchased.
6. We recommend that our clerk
be paid the usual fee.
F. W. Higgins,
CONVICT WINS IN COTTON.
Cincinnati, Feb. ii.-Word was
received from St. Louis fhat A. W.
T. Lawrence. formerly of this city,
and whose wife is living here still,
has been notified by his broker. J.
E. Wright. of Kansas City, that he
is $4o.oooo ahead through recent
cotton market manipulations.
Lawence is now a convict at the
Missouri penitentiary, where he
was sent about a year ago for ap
propriating about $i.5oo from the
West End Hotel. It sedms he suc
ceeded in working the cotton mar
ket from inside the prison bars.
Lawrence while clerk in the Alms
Hotel in this city a couple of pears
ago wooed and won a widow from
Kentucky worth $250.000.
Lawrence went from here to St.
Louis an not long afterwvard was
convicted of stealing a couple of
thousand dollars from the WVest
End Hotel. St. Louis.
His wife when seen here today
sa'id she still loved him and would
rejoin him at the end of his term
of imprisonment if sh was still liv
ing. She is an invalid, and her doc
tor says she has not Tong to live.
She said she was sorry to hear that
FORi ALL S
Is due to its wonderful success in th
Cuts and W
Every bottle guarar
Take no substitute, or what may
For sale by all countr
cure. If child
)se gives relie
lB COUGH I
res all others.
ide in our Drug 4
dy in need of su
ie two together,
he ha dagain won a fortune.- as it
woul only lead him into dissolute
"By Jove. old chap!" said Mr.
.\lakinbrakes with enthusiasm,
"your wif must have been a mighty
handsom woman when she was
young. Even in all these years she
has'nt changed so much-though,
of course, it couldn't have been
many years snce she was young and
hand-but when you come to think
how little it takes to make people
look old, you know, you wonder
how she manages to conceal the
ravages-that is't exactly what I
mean, but she's the youngest look
ng woman for her--for her-have
you got a match? Iy cigar has
Ladies will now prepare for their
val-you thought we were going to
say valentines, but there is where
you slipped up this slick weather.
We were just going to call your at
tention to the valenciennes and other
fiue laces and things at the C. &t G.
S. Mower Co. store.
When a new baby is heard cry
ing in a house it is not always a
sign that the owner of the voice be
longs to the couple possessing and
living in the house. They may have
It is about time for the sending
out of cards for the next marriage.
rful sale of
e relef of all pain and in the cure of
che and Sore Throat,
teed, Price 35 cts,
be offered to you as "just as good."
:rS, Newberrv. S. C.
[is croupy at bedtime give
d, give a dose every hour
1URE 25c. AND 5Oc.
Your money back if it fails. It is
tore. We know they are pure,
ch remedies to try them, and for
50 cent sizes, for 75 cents.
We Now Hove Our
READY TO RECEIVE OUR CUSTOMERS
and are offering the small stock of
HATS AND TRIMMINGS
'left over at astonishingly LOW PRICES. In fact,
we let you set the price, and nobody leaves the
store without a bargain.
However, this is not all that we hava to show
you. Our buyer, Mrs. Johnstone, is nov' in New
York perfecting the arrangements for our
and for the two months that she stays there
she will keep our store supplied with all the
latest things in
NECK WE All
Everything new and pretty that can be found
and New York is the place to find it.
The Riser Millinery Company
Last store on Main Street formerly occupied
by H. E. Todd.
STAE O SUTHCAoLIA,ure by the bond ofthe purchaser and
CONT O EWBERRY-TN aotge ofthe prmss sold. h
Jesse LD nn Plaitiff, aginst John jto pay for papers a rdecori an.
IY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF Newberry, . ., eb. 1, 193
cthe cour herein, I will se BLaEAtSAT O
a. Co t firt Mo e in Mah - c SALE-Sixty Acres adonin
tecu of lNwbery and tate fort acres one and a half miles from
ore or less and unde b lands of fne meadowsconboth tracts. For i
WilimWhtmr, .Hipp S. ers formation apply to G .B rrc
beng the tract of land of vh ch Nanc -- --- or E. H. AUU ._
Denondie sizd ad ossssd. NOTICE.-tree horse farm lnd for