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A ver. fEe re:ectioi or wk;olenz Pece Goods
ail Gei turnihig (1<a. can be found at
C,. 9. i-t. 'cFA L. & 1QOL'S.
will -ell cheap for cah the HOTEL at
Saluda O0d Town. For terms app;y toJ. W.
Miller, at N be berry, S. C.
Oct. 30, 44-2!n. J. C. TAYLOR.
A :a! ltine of Dress Goods, of all kinds and
prices. can be fouad at
oct-9. 41-tf McFALL & POOL'S.
McFALL & POOL are Agents for Ward's
Celeb>rated Fatting Shirts. Measures taken,
and a fit guaranteed, at New York prices,
with Fxpress added. 46-tf.
Frcsh arrival of nice Lace Collars, Under
$leeves. &c., at McFALL & POOL'S.
A beautiful line of Salem J.:ans, Satinets
and Cassimeres, can be found at
46-tf McFALL & POOL'S.
We learn ttat Sheriff J. J. Carrington has
received his commission.
Look for Ian s and stock for sale and
lands for rent, on this page.
WOOD YARD.-How would a wood yar:
pay some eaterprising person? Some be
lieve that it would. Would it do to try?
We shall try to answer the query of a ludy
correspondcnt next week. Tne question is
a big one and calls for research.
FL7 ARa .---If your digestion is bad,
li.er torpid, or you feel bad generally, go
so the Eutertahment Friday night, and
laugh, aid you %ili feel better.
NEw Youx NEws.-Special attention is
direc.ed to the Pro-pectus of The New York
Weekly News in another column. It is a
comaplete Democratic family newspaper. Try
it a year.
GoD.-"Father, what does the printer live
o,?" "'Why. child?" -Because you said
you hadn't paid him for two years and you
still tike the paper" "W'ife, put that child
to bed; he's an everlasting talker."
From and after this date we will sell our
entire stock of FINE DRESS GOODS at a
greatly reduced price, Ladies desirous of
purc4azin will do well to give us a call.
Nov. 27, 48. McFALL & POOL.
The up and down passenger trains met at
this depot Mon.ay. The cause of deten
tion to the former train was caused by the
loose condition of a rail about fourteen miles
.1bove Columbia The cars were thrown off
the track but fortunately no one was hurt.
BtG TaIMus.-Mr. Hillary Graham aston
ished our table last T!iur-day by piling on it
sDme yam that were as big 15 the biggest
we ever saw. Such potatoes are "friable",
and friend Graham has our thanks for the
For a choice lunchemu of large and savory
oysters on the half-shell, served with crack
er and spice and everything nice, this office
was last Taur-day indebted to C. H. Davis &
Co., of Am,zoque.
zeus -peak of initroducing stoves for the pur
pose of' burning coal. Coal, though not as
heai:hfutl as wood, is certainly a great conve
nience and economy. By the use of' the
"damttper" a fire is alvays "on hand."
Wh'at of the Coal-tieid Ratlroad and the
rich and extensive coal fie'ds of North Caro
Dr. Sanders, late surgeon of the military
post here has been relieved by Dr. Lytton;
arid the form::r gentleman has gone to Ches
ter. Lient Hinton, recently in command of
a detebcment of cavalry was ordered to
L:nrens, and Lieur Wallace reported in his
place. T bese gentlenuen have deported them
selves in an urba.ne manner.
CTTOS vs. WooD -There has been so
'litdle done in the line of' wood-hauling this
fail, that there are unfortunates who are "out
a i the cold." Not so with cotton, however,
itf which there seems to be no near end.
We do not wish the supply of the latter to
"gin out," bat we do wish, for humnanity's
sake, that time may be spared to bring in a
little more fire wood.
Ottrn: Strrzt.-A pleasant little affair
camne oflf at the hotel list Thursday nighit,ir,
the way of an oyster stew. Jake Wells,Esq.,
got tip the treat just by way of a pleasant
ch.nge, to his cotton frienids and others,
pod put in the seasoning~ hims~elf, accord
ing to Hioyle. John wvas the re, and s:dd
t. thiugs were just exactly suited to his
IM?itOVEMENT.-We are pleased to see
that the matrket stalls have been improved
by cli:;g up the open ends, and arc dispen
ser, of euaice m--ats made snug and comn
tortable fo;r the winter. The market strikes
one as being very "mall. but the quality of
the meats offered, as well as quantity, is
sstic!ientt for the large demand and cultiva
te& taste of Newberry town, for which, Mr.
lh'ard and Mr. Sill, the principal caterers,
de'serve great credit. IndifTerent or poor
tcat is a rarity in this miarket.
}tt:N.-it would be hard to tell how
long~ and actively his been the search for
wh;it we on last Saturdaty quite accidentally
found. Antd whait wis it? Why nothing
an ai:tie!e i:dinitely bett"r tlh.tn thet pow
a-a a thtr.-e year old expresses it. J. II.
O'.eill, rou- di the cor:ier,keeps it for sale
lluee'-T:r l,A.:s and mto:asses 1 is
di- lit to s-t beftore a kimtz, and a king"
who wotuli fail to appreciite it shotuld be
:i to aibJhi.-; and any private individ
rtad ding to tturn up his or her motst prom
iut fe tature at it, deserves to b.e sent to
the plhtee where the lion ro-ireth. Like &
Co have the b;gredi"nie, and will make
anybho.iy ha;.py for a s.na!! consideration.
-' To F.auxens -We ins i'e thre attention of
f.armers to the card of' our we-ll-known and
ah:u!r adev rtiser, Mr. J1. N. Rob'on, Char
6~:0o, who. a:ain. at the tight season, offers
!he S'iuble Patci:ic Gua.no for their u-e, and
ott t:h fair and accommroda:ting terms, as
c'anno.t fai! to -nit ei:he-r present or fnture
necessi:ies. The Pacifie Guaao has been
ic-ted. aind never has been found wanting.
lcad ',r Rbs n's card, and learn how lib
erali his terms are, and then send on your
Hoc,s.--W\e arec atuthor'eed to antnoute
the important fact that Me-srs Geo. Cope
I tad & Roibi:tson n ill have in town and for
sale a tdrove of fat porten:-:his Wednesday
-wh' l. w ill be disposed of chetip. Mr. John
lbin-on-n'o o'd Johu of circus and mena
A. ere faime, bt another John eqally as
knowingz in his caliing, hr.s made the selec
tion, andl is now pushing through his fat
1* proces,ion to be here on time. "When yon
hear :he wbitie blow, look out for the en
, :;'or we would say, rather, when y..
cear a porcite ,queah, look out for the sau
~at,er+a ait be nrejiared to by.
ACCIDENTAL DEATH.-W ith dCCp pain
we record the death of a most estimable
young lady, Miss Lizzic E. Sloan, which oc
curred on Sunday last, while on her way
home from church, in the neighborhood of
Cannon's Creek, iu this County. It appears
that the horse she was driving took fright,
and running away, threw her and Mrs.
Franci' Sloan, a widowed sister-in-law, from
the buggy, and from the effects of injuries
suataihed, she died the sane night. She
was ihe daughter of old Mr. Jas. Sloan. The
other lady was unhurt.
Nw McstC.-Messrs. Ludden & Bates
have again laid us under obligation by pre
senting a few pieces of choice new music,
viz: "Airy Ships at Sea,"-a song; "Mo
th4r bear me to the Wmndow,"-song; and
"The merry-making." (Les Bonvivants) 3rd
series of the Univerbal Library. We appre
ciate the compliment the wore that it is a
recognition that we have "mu,ic in the soul,"
and consequentiy are not addicted to trea
sous, ku khtx and so forth. Success attend
the Southern Musical house of Ludden &
Bates, Savannah, Ga.
"A STITCH IN TIME," it is said, "saves
nine," and "an ounce of prevetctive worth
a puund of cure," and as the epizootic or
some other foul epidemic is rapidly killing
off the poultry at the North, we offer the
gratuitous advice to farmers and others, to
save their chickens, ducks and turkeys, by
selling such numbers as cannot be eaten on
the premises, forthwith and immediately, if
not sooner, lest their stock go the way of
Northern fowls! Bring them in at once and
don't staud upon the price, any price now,
is better than a swelled head or dead chicken
a month hence.
Ti Coxc::r:To Onor.-We have had the
pleasure of meetig witb Mr. W. M. Shackleford,
who represerts the firm of Groyesteeu & Fuiler,
piano mauufacturers, Z5 Mercer-st., N. Y. The
above organ is mauulactured by B. Shoninger &
Co.. New Haven, Conn., and is the nost beau
tiful and completely-finished organ of its kind
that we have seen. It has three sets of reeds,
sub-bass and cetave coupler, which give it gieat
power and purity. Its piano action is.excellent.
The keys are improved; and an escape valve pre
vents an undue pressure of air. rhe book clos
ets and rack, and lamp brackets are very useful.
The organ is surmounted by an elegant piece of
curved worok containing a neat little clock.
We are pleased to learn that one of these or
gnus has been purchas:d by a gentleman of cur
town and presented to the Lutheran Church.
THE BEST OF OYsTERs.-Ilotel keepers,
restaurant caterers,getters up of parties, sup
pers, dmuners, impromptu snaps, and what
nots, together with private and individual
lovers of delicious oysters, are requested to
direct their attention to the card of Mr. J. D.
Ba'cman, who is in daily receipt of large
supplies, and who will ship immediately on
order, either in large or small quantities as
directed. By ordering from him, instead of
sending farther, parties can be supplied
much quicker and with more certainty, and
at saute cost.
As to tile quality of Mr. B.'s oysters we
knowingly tcstify that they are as fine as can
be produced, and he will please accept thaaks
for a ve-ry large and generous supply received
THE LECTURE announced for last Friday
nitht, agreeably to notice, was delivered in
the Town IIull. The lecturer, John A. Chap
man, E'q., chose as his subject, "The Ethics
ot Nature, and the Ethics of Christ," and
his argument was expressive of considerable
thought, and delivered, as is usual with this
gentleman, in language forcible, chaste and
eloquent. It is to be regretted that the au
dience was not large, both because so many
lost the adv-ant..ge of hearing the lecture,
and that the purpose of the series of lectures,
of which this was one, has so far not had
much success. The proceeds, it will be re
membered, are to be appropriatedl to buying
s')tnc necessary articles for the ?aeitale Acad
emy, and that the lecturers give their thought
and time as -, contribution to the laudable
IMPrOxrrTU SERENADE.-We take pleas
ure in acknowledging an impromptu sere
nde on Wednesday night last, and particu
larly so, as the thermometer indicated a
freeze and the wind was as sharp as a don
b:e-edged dagger. The Silver Cornets ate
proof agatinst wind and weather, however,
and take a fellow unawares when least look
ed for. No one but the man in the moon
badl an inkling that the boys would be out
on such a night, iea<twise he for whom the
compliment was intended, and therefore be
in unprepared with set speech of honeyed
words, peach and honey, coffee and pistols,
or other approved ingredients, suitable for
contingencies on cold oceasions, we went
out and faced tile music, with the anxious
inquiry, for " whom is that exquisIte music
intended?" Being told that it was a tilt
against the weather, and for the benefit of
the senior, it happily struck that individual
to say that the gentleman was not at home,
but at Pool's hotel eating an oyster supper
with a tew' charming widowed friends. The
boys were satisfied and went for Pool's brick
huse, while we went to bed recovered from
fright and a chill. Our thanks are due them
f,r the excellent music which they know so
well how to produce.
SusAxY Scw>ot CELEBnATION -Last
Sabbath, in the Methodist Church of this
town, was devoted entirely, day and night,
to the Sabbath School, and the occasion, it
is a pleasure to say, was highly interesting
o the pastor, the official members of church
and school and teachers and pupils, and
as weil!wc believe, to the large and attentive
congregation. Thte programme in the morn
ig, after the usual schtool exercises, were
first reading of appropriate Scriptures and
singing, then a prayer by pastor, another
beautiful itymn, report by the Superinten
dnt, Thos. F. Greneker, again a beautiful
hym-"If we knew"-then a most happily
conceived sermon. by the Rev. J. A. Mood,
pastor, from the text found ini the -2nd Chap
ter ot Exodus. 9th verse: "Take. this chtild
away, arid nurse it for mue, and I will give
thee tl.y wages." No more appropriate text
could well have been selected; and el.:quent
ly and forcibly, as well as feelingly, were
the duties and responsibilites suggested by
it brought before church members, teachers
of Sabbath Schools, and parents. The les
son was impressive and we hope profitable.
At night addresses were delivered by the
pastor, T. S. Moorman, E,q., and the Presid
ing Eler, Rev. IIenry Mood; interspersed
Iwith select hymns frotu Fresh Laurels. 'rTe
whole of the exerci-es were of unmixed
pleasure, and we hope wili redound to the
bteefit and prosperity of the School and
Church. A very handsome collection was
also taken up to aid in getting books.
NEas aRY, Nov. 26.-Market closed firm
LIVE RPOOL . November25.-Cot ton opened
got-t antd ste:.iy Middlln:: Uplanuds 9.,. Or
R ans 10O. Sales 14,000. Speculation and
exr ~c '4000.
NEW Y'toK, November 25 -Cotton stea
du. Sa:c,~ 4196. Uptands 191 Orleans 20.
Ri -ceip is 10 305.
S.les ohf cotton to-day for future delivery
2),700 hatles, as l'ollows: Noeme 18 3-16
aS t December 18 13-16a19; January 181a
19; February 19[19 3-16; March 19ta19I;
.1r '- 10.,; M"y 199a19 15-16.
CH ALEsTON, November 2,5 -Cotton. de
m:m mn noderare. Middling 18j. Receipts
196i); ex port- 2173; salet 1000; sto ck 28,348
WE will sell at the late residence of
HENRY BURTON, deceased,
On the 17th Day of Decem
ALL HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY, con
24 HEAD OF CATTLE,
A number of STOCK HOGS,
A few SHEEP,
About 500 Bushels of CORN,
A Quantity of FODDER,
A Quantity of COTTON SEED.
And FARMING UTENSILS.
The Terms of Sale-Cash on delivery of
property. If the terms of sale are not com
plied with within ten days, the property
will, on the eleventh day, be re-sold at the
risk of the former purchaser.
We will also RENT, on the same
day, all of the REAL ESTATE of
the said Henry Burton, not previous
Terms made known on said day.
C. D. BURTON, Executors of
. It. PITTS, the Will of H.
W. M. DORROH, Burton, dec'd.
Nov. 23, 1872--48-3t.
LAND FOR RENT.
BY order of the Judge of Probate, for
Newberrv County, we will RENT, for the
year 1S3, at the late residence of Mrs.
Helen O'Neall, two miles West of Newberry
C. It., on Monday, the t;th day of Decem
ber next, ail of the Real Estate of whicb
slie died pos;essed, to-wit: 461 acres of
Land. S. POPE, Qual. Exor's.
J. W. GARY,
I will sell at the same time and place, a
lot of Mules, Farming Utensils, Cotton
Seed, &c. S. POPE.
Nov. 27, 48-S2t.*
United States Internal Revenue,
Dep'y Collector's Office, 3d Dist., S. G.
Newberry, Nov.-10, 1872.
NOTICE is hereby given to all persons
claiming the following described property,
seized for violation of the Internal Revenue
LawQ of the United States, to file a bond
with the Collector of the Dist., for the costs
of an action in the United States Court,
110 Gallons of Peacb Brandy.
2 Gallons of Peach Brandy.
One (1) Horse.
One (1) Mule.
One (1) Copper Still.
Two (2) Horses.
Qne (1) Wagon and Harness.
500 Pounds Tobacco, more or less.
C. L. ANDERSON,
Col , 3d Dist., S. C.
JAMEs MALO-O:, Deputy Collector.
Nov. 27, 4S-"t.
UNIED STATES INTERNAL REEN[E,
Dep'y Collector's Office, 3d Dist., S. C.,
Newberry, Nov. 23, 1S72.
THE following property, seized for viola
tion of the Internal Revenue L;iws of the
United States, will be sold to the highest
bidder, in front of the Court House, in the
Town of Newberry, on Thur.sday, Dec. 5,
1872, at 11 o'clock. A. M., viz:
20 Gallons of Peach Brandy.
110 Gallons of Peach Brandy.
One Wagon and Harness.
One Copper Still.
500 Pounds of Tobacco, (more or
C. L. ANDERSON, Collector.
JAuxs MAt.ONEY, Deputy Collector.
Nov 27, 4S-2t
By at, order to me directed by the Hion
orable James C. Leahy, Judgze of Probate
for Newherry County, I will sell, at the
residence of D. Atkins, deceased, on Mon
day, the 9th Day of December, 1872, the
following named property, to-wit:
4 head Cattle,
4 bales Cotton,
100 bushels Cotton Seed, (more or
100 bushels Corn,
10 bushels Wheat,
1000 lbs. Fodder, 1 Wagon,
Blacksmith Shop and Tools,
Household and Kitchen Furni
J1. J. CARRINGTON, s. x. c.
Nov. 27, 48-2t. f7 50
A VA LUABLE FARM, three miles South
of Walhalla, and four miles North of the
Air-Line Railroad, containinig 325 Acres
60 or 70 acres of which are bottom lands,
drained an:d in cultivation. On tihe place
are two settlements, on one of which is a
good, new Dwelling House, containing six
rooms, and all necessary out-buildings.
For terms, apply to
J. H. WIHITNER,
Nov. 27, 48-3t. Walhialla, S. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Whiereas, information bas been received at
this Department that the gin house of N. B.
Davenport, near Deadfall, Newberry County.
was wilfully and maliciously set on fire on
the night of November first, and wherens
there is reaison to believe that this infamous
act was perpetrated by an organized band of
Now, therefore. I, RoBERT K. SCOTT,
Governor of the State of South Carolina, in
order that the offenders may be brought to
ju.tice, and the peace and good order of the
community m tintained, do hereby offer a
reward of '
Three Hundred Dollars,
for the apprehension of the perpetrators of
this outrage, and their delivery in any jail
in this St te, with proof to convict.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the Great Seal
or'the State to be affixed, at Columbia,
(L.S.) thi< 18fth (lay of November, A. D.
1872, and in the ninety-seventh year
of the Independence of the United
States of America.
ROBERT K. SCOT T. Governor.
F. L. CA HDOZA, Secretary of State.
Nov. 20, 47-3t.
ALL Guns and Pistols left with me for
repairs previous to July 1st, 1872-some
have been on hand for 6 and 8 years-must
be cilled for and costs paid within the next
twenty days, or they will he sold at Public
Auction to the highest bidder, to pay for
And all parties, whosoever, indebted to
me otherwise, must also call and settle im
mediately to s.mve further trouble and cost.
Z. L. WHITE.
VALUABLE LANDS lyir.g on Concrov.,
ir Oconee County. ThesP lands are equal
to the BYST in Upper Carolina. Will be
sold in tracEs of 100 acres or more-one
half clear ed.
Aiso, 45) acres of heavily timbered land,
lving on the "Air Line Rail Road." This
t~ract would prove v.luable to owners of
Saw Mills, as timber along the line of trans
porta-ion is getting scarce, and the demand
for it increasing.
For further pirticularq, apply to
J. W. LIVNGSTON,
Townville. Anderson Co., So. Ca.
Nov. 20, 47-- 2t.
LAND TO RENT.
I WILL rent to the hihtest bidder on
Saleeday in Deerinbr next, the Real
Estate of Jas. M. Sei, dec'd f,-r the year
1873. W. G. A BR AMS,
Nov. 13, 47-2t. Adi'r.
Sale of Personal Pro
I will sell on the 5th day of December
next, at thc residence of David Atkins,
dec'd., all the personal property of said de
Ceased, consisting of
COTTON AND COTTON SEED,
Household and Kitclen Furniture,&c.
J. A. CROTWELL. Adm'r.
Nov. 20, 47-3t.
BY virtue of an Order, to me directed, by
Hon. John L. Young, Probate Judge of
Union County, I will offer for sale, before
the Court House door at Newberry, within
the legal hours for Sheriff's Sales,
On Thursday, the Fifth Day
of December Next,
A!l that VALUABLE PLANTATION be
longing to the late Dr. JOHN N. HER.NDON,
lying on the waters of Duncan's Creek, in
the Northeastern portion of Newberry Coun
ty, bounded by lands of T. Whitmire, G. B.
rucker, Joseph Duckett, Wade S-nders, J.
11. Gordon, Wm. Whitmire, John Sims,
Baruch Duncan and o'.hers, containing
Two Thousand, Two Hundred
and Twenty-Five Aeres,
More or Less.
This land will be sold in twelve different
tracrs, as follows:
1. Home Tract, containing 340 acres, more
2. Mill Tracr, with the Mill thereon, con
tainhig 45 :cres.
3. Tract on the North side of Duncan's
Creek, containing 210 acres, more or less.
4. Church Tract, containing 250 acres,
more or less.
5. Mathis Tract, containing 176 acres,
more or less.
6. Dillard Tract, containing 18,5 acres, more
7. Goss Tract, conta?ining 125 acres, more
8. Law Tract, No. 2, containing 213 .acres,
more or less.
9. Law Tract, No. 1, containing 150 acres,
more or less.
10. McCracken Tract, containing 126 acres,
more or less.
11. Virgin Tract, containing 152 acres,
more or less.
12. Crosby Tract, containing 253 acres.
more or less.
These lands are among the most valuable
lands in Newberry County, as is shown by
the high appraisement put upon them by the
Commissioners in Partition. The Homestead
has upon it all nc::ssarry buildings, and is
beautifully situated and well improved. The
Mill is one of the most valuable in the State.
The whole Tract, and every Tract in the
su-division is well wooded.
The place has been recently surveyed with
care, and a Plnt of the entire Tract, rind of
each separate Tract in the divi7ion, is on file
in the Probate Court, at Union C. H., and
may be seen duritng the week preceding the
sale in this Office, and also on the premises.
TERMS OF SALE.--One-third in CaTh,
balance on a credit of one and two years in
equal instalments, with interest from day of
sale, secured by bond with approved sureties
and a mortgage of the premises. Purchaser
to pay for papcrs. If terms of sale are not
fortwith complied wit'a, the land will be re
sold on the next succeeding Sale-day, at the
risk of the former purchaser.
J. J. CARRENG TON, S. N. C.
The State of South Carolina, County
of Newbrry.-In Common Plea..
Wmn. P. Hlarmon, Surviving)~
Executor of John Hair, I
deceased, Plaintiff. N Execution.
Rebecca W. Hair,
By virtue of an Execution, to me direct
ed, in the above stated case, I will offer for
sale, at the Court House, on Sale-day in
December next, at the risk of the former
purchaser, all that tract or parcel of latnd,
lying and being situ .te in this County and
State, boutnded by, lands of J W. Stocknman,
Henry Dominiek and Polly Stockman, con
tmintg One Hundred and Forty Acres,
more or less, the property of Rebecca Hair.
Termrs of Sale--CASH.
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. s. c.
Nov. 13, 46-St. t16
State of South Carolina, County of
Newberr.-Court of Common Pleas.
Thos. M. Lake, Clerk, etc., Plaitiff', against
E. A. Blackburn, L. P. W. Riser and J.
W. Riser.-Comrplaint for Payment of
BY virtue of a Decretal Order, to me di
rected, in the above stated action, I will
sell at public outcry, at Newherry Court
House, on Sale-dlay in December, 1872,
witin the legal hours of piublic sales, to
the highest bidder, for cash, as the proper
ty of Ephr:tim A. Bh:ckburn, thre tract of
lamd situate in said County, atnd State, con
taining One Hundred and' One 20-100 acres,
more or less. and bounded by lands of the
Estate of Samuel Young, deceased, on all
JOHN J. C ARRINGTON, s. y. c.
November 6, 1872-46-3t. f
LAND FOR SALE.
I offer at priva'e sale, the Plantation be
longing to the Es'ate of WILLIA M LYLES,
le'd., situ:.te in Newvberry County, on
Broad and Enoree Rivers. The said Cract
of Land contains between
Four and Five Hundred Acres,
about Sixtv of which are FINE BOTTOM
L ANDS it is also well :imbered, a p.. on
of w,hicho is original forest. Contains a
good Dn eilin g House, Gin House and Screw,
and ether outside buildings necessary for a
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at Newberry C. HI. S. F. FANT.
Nov. 6, 45-tf.
THE subscriber will take all Checks
drawn by Thomas Dodamiead, on either of
the Banks of Columbia, in trade or a part
trade, at i per cent. premium.
SAM'L SAMPSON, Agt.
Jose'pl Y. lHunter, Vs. Jo.ph C:ddwell,
Executor of l*t W:1 and Te-wament of
James B. Wi!oni, deced- Execution.
BY virtue of an Execution, to ue direct
ed, I will offer for sile on S.de-day in De
ce-miber now next, at the risk of the former
purch.tser, all that tract, lot or parcel oi
land lying and being situate in Newberrv
County, in this State, and bounded by head
waters of Kin_'s Greek, lands of John P.
Kin.ard, Wii'iam NlMcorries, (now owned by
Mrs. E. Hawkins,) and John Calies, and
now oceupied by Jacob Filitier, containing
thirt. --three ac-res more or less.
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. N. c.
Nov. 13, 46-;t. tt.
SOUTHI CAROLINA, NEWBERRY COU.N
Jonai han B. Werts, J. Werts, vs. M. V erts
and George H1. Werts.
BY virtue of an Execution to me direct
ed I will sell on the First Mondavin Decem
her next, one tract of land aituated in New
berry County, coutaining Two fliudred an.-d
Thirteen Acres, nire or less, and t.ounded
by ,ands of Jacob Grouch, Mid. Kinard,
Estate of Sallie Werts, and lands of the
Terms mad.- known on day of sale.
.SO. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Scriff'ti Office, Nov. 3, '72-45-4t. t9
THE STATE OF SOUTIT CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBER
RY.-IN COMMON PLEAS.
Franecs A. Sunimer Adm'x of ifenqy Sum
mer, Pl.tintifl, against John S. Renwick,
Ad-n'r, and others.
By virtue of in order to me directed
fron the lon. M. Moses, Judge of the
Sevent14 Circuit, I a ill (,ffer for sale onl the
first Monday in Decenber next all that lot
ot land lyiig and being situate in the Town
of Newberrv, c-ontailing eight acres, rdore
or less, fronting on Caldwell Street, on
which Ienry Summer restded at the time
of his death.
TERMs oF SA.E.-OnC-third cash, bal
ance on a credit of twelve months with in
terest from day of sale to be secured by the
boid of the purchaser with a Mortgage of
the land sold. Pure%asers to pay for pa
pers. JOHN J. CA.1RINGTON, s. ,. c.
Nov. 6, 45-4t. f13
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA. COUNTY OF NEWBER
RY.-IN TIlE PROBATE COURT.
Rachael Krelle andl
A. Krelle, Petition for Sale of
Lawson Enlow and I Land of J. B. Enlow.
Jacob Enlow. J
BY virtue of an order from James G.
Leahv, Judge of Probate for Newberry
County, I will sell, on the First Monday in
December next, all that tract of land, lying
and being situate in Newberry County, in
this State. containing Thirtv-ix (30) Acres,
more or ks, on waters of Cannon's Creek,
waters of Broad River, and adjoitiug lands
of Janies Fair, J. J. Cook, Smuel Brooks
and otherA. s:id tract of land has a good
Daelling liouse thereon, and an excellent
Terms of Sle-GASII.
JNO. J. CARIZNGTON, S N. C.
Sheriff's Olne, Nov. 1, '72-45-4t. t13
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA.-IN PRiOBATE COURT.
Susan C. Smith,
Ths G lhte, Asignee of Dower.
Ella C. Chtappell,1
Thos. G. White, Assignee of Doer
By virtue of an order of sale, to me di
rected, I will offe.r tot sale an Monday, the
Second day ot Decem-ber n'ext, all that lot,
tract or parcel of land, lying ano being sit
uate in the County of Newberry, and bound
ed by lands of James l11ll, Silas Walker,
John Watkins and others, containing Three
liiundred anid Seventy-sevcn acres, more or
less, the property of Robert Adams.
TE-RMS OF SALE.-One-third cashl on
day of sale, balance on a credit of twelve
months with intmerest from day of sale.
Credit portion to be secured by bond with
approved security a-d a mortgage of the
premises sold. Purchaser will be allowed
to pay the whole cash or any part of the
credit portion. Purchiaser to pay for papers.
JOHN J. G ARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Nov. 4, 1872-4.5-4t. f 13.00
Emelinie B3radley, as Execuirix,j Bill to
&c., Plaintiff. |Marshall
against k Assets, to
Peter Rodlesperger, and others, |Sell Land,
Defendanits. J &c.
BY a decretal order made in the above
action, I will sell on the First Monday in
December next, at Newberry Court House,
all that tract and plantation of land con
taining 24i34 acres of lanul, more or less,
bounded by lands of James A. Crotwell,
Also, at same time and plice, that lot "of
land in the Town of Newherry, bounded by
lands of Julius 1B. Snmith, Mrs. Emieline
Bradley and others, containing 2 2-l10 acres,
more or less, both pieces of land being the
lands belonging to the Estate of Richard L.
TERMs OF SALE.-One-third cash, anid the
balance on a credit of one anid two years,
in equal instalnments, with interest fro;n day
of sale, secured by the hon d of tIhe purcha
ser with two good sureties and a mortgage
of the premises. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers. J. J. CA RRING TON, s. N. c.
Nov. 13, 46-3t. 10.50i-j17
J. Y. Harris,)
vs. ' In Common Pleas.
W. P. Hlarris.
The purchasers at the former sale made
hy nie of the Reat Estate of Tapton Ilarris,
deceased, in purseance of the decretal or
der in this ease, having failed to comply
with tihe terms of sale, I will re.s-ll at first
purch .sers risk said Real iState, at Public
Auction, at Ne+rerry Court House, on the
First Monday in Decemiber next, in three
separate tracts, as heretofore sold, the
whole containing 400 acres, mort. or less,
situate in Newbe'rry County, and bounded
by lands of T. B. Wadlington, Win. S
Galdwell, Samuel W. Cannonr and others.
TEaMs OF SALE.-One-third cash, and the
balance on a credit of one and two years.
secured by bond and nmortgage of the premn
ises, with interest from day of sale. Plats of
said land to be exhibited on day of sale.
JTNt. J. CARRINGTON, s. N. c.
Nov. 11, 1872-46-3t. J18-? 15
A. P. BOOZER, EX'OR., vs. MARY JANE
BOOZER, et af. In Common Pleas. .
In pursuance of a decretal order in the
above stated case. I will sell at public outcry
at Newberre C. II., on the first Monday in
IDecmb:r, 1872.. the Real Estate of Thomas
N. Boezer, deceased, cnons-ting of One 'l ract
of Land containing Twenty-nitne (29w) atnd
one half acres, situated in the County of
Newberry and State of South Carolina, and'
bounded by lands of John Williams, Belfast
Road, lands of the Estate of .Jessee Chupp,
and by Tracts B & C., as is represented by
piat of same marked "A". made by E. P.
Lake, D. 8. 27th ot , 1866.
Terms will be made known on day of sale.
J. J. CARR[NGTON. S. N. C.
Newberrv C. H. S. C., Nov. 5, '72. 4 t :9
N~OTICE is hereby given that I will ap
ply to the Judge of Probate, for Newberry
County, on the First Saturday in December
nest, for Final Discharge as Guardian of
James T. Vaughn.
WILL be sold at public aucLion, on the
2d day of December, S.de-dav, if !not dis
posed of at private sale before that day, Ete
plantation belom:ing to tho Estate oi Dr.
W3. ROOK, deceased, 13 risiles West of
Newberry, on the Laurens Railroad and
public road, and 17 milej Ea.st of Laurens
Containing 1,000 Acres,
riore or less, and which will be divided i,;
to tiactsl to s:tit purchasers if neccessary.
Four !hitdred acres of whici- is in a high
statet of cultivation, and blanee in na:ural
fores:, the 4-ntire tract being con-idered
one of the
Best Cotton Plantations
in the district.
On the place is a Gue large Dwelling
House, and all other necessary Out-build
ings, besides being well watered, &c.
Parties wishing to examine this planta
1ion, or treat fot the same privately, can do
stt bv ealling on T. P. Rook, on the pre
ntses, who wiil take great pleasure in show
i:I it. Or aTilication can be made to the
undersigned at Newherry G. H.
Oct. 2', 43-1mn JAS Y. McF.ALL.
Laureutsvilli Herald copy 1m ,and Colum
bia Phonix once a week for 2 weeks, and
send bill to this office.
1A1H FOR SALE.
I WILL SELL. ON THE FIRST MON
DAY in DECEMBER next, at Newberry
Gourt House, in
Six Separate Tracts,
all the lands vet belonging to flit E.tate of
WASHINGTON FLOYD, dec'd1, -onsisting
Ternis of Sale. One third Cash, balance
in one and two vears with intcrest from
day ;f sale, to be :ecured by bond with
good personal surety and a mortgage of
the premises, or t!e whole may be paid in
Should I fail to sell, these lands will be
retnted for the year 1S73, at the time and
place above mentioned.
I vill also rent the HOMESTEAD PLAN
TATION, belonging to Lew W. Floyd, for
the year 1873, at the same time and place.
Terms. Note payable first day of No
venmber, 1873, with at least two approed
sureties. Possession will not be given un
til the terms have been complied with.
JOHN T. PETERSON,
Oct 30, 44-5t. Executor.
Sale of Personalty.
ON WEMNESDAY, the 4th day of De
vember, 1872, I will sell, at the late residence
ol John Swittenburg. deceased, the personal
estate of the sail deceased, consistIng of
Kitchen Furniture. &c., &c.
TERMS OF SALE.-on a credit of twelve
months, with interest from day of sale,
'o he secured by the note of the pur
anser, with at least two good suret ics-ex
cept for sumsi of and tunder twenty-five do!
lars, which mnust he paid in cash The pur
chaser will be allowed, however, to pay all
WILLIAM1 L. WATERS, Adm'r,
With will annexed of John Swittenburg, de
Nov. 11, 46-3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY
OF NEW BERRtY.-IN COM310N PLEAS.
William L. Waters as admn'r., with will an
nexed of John Swittenb,urg, against Nancy
P. Swittenbtutrg, and others.
Pursuant to an order from the Court of
Common Pleas, in :he above stated case, I
will sell, at public auction, before the Court
House at Newberry, on the First Monday in
December next, the Real Estate of JIohn
Swittenburg, consisting of a tract of land
lying in the County and State aforesaid, con
Three Hundred arnd Fifty Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of 3Mar
tin W. Suber, Dr. William A. William.,,
Johna L. Ruff, JTohn M. Glymph, M1rs. 31.
Glasgow, Albert Spearman and 31rs. Cath
erine Sligh, on the following terms, to wit:
One third to be paid in cash, the balance
payable at twelve months, with interest
from the day of sale, to be secured by the
bond of the purchaser, with at least two
good sureties, and a mortgage of the land
sold. J. -J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Nov. 11, 46-3t. :10.50
Land for Sale.
Twill sell at New.berry Court House, on
the First Mionday in December next, that lot
of Land containing
Thi-ee Hundred antd Sixty-four Ac-res,
more or less, andi known as the HARMO0N
LAND, lying on Bush River, itn three sepa
rate rracts, plats of which can be seen on
day of sale.
ferms-One half cash, balance in twelve
months, with mortgage of land, purchaser to
pay for papers and costs.
Nov 13 46 3t J. E. GLENN.
Land for Sale.
By virtue of the power vested in me by
the will of John Williams, deceasedl, I will
sell at Newberry Court House, at public
auction, ont the first Mottday in Decemtber
next, all tihe reai estateC of tie sidt deceased,
cot5sitig of two tracts of iantd, situate itt
Nes erry Cotunty. Teoneconann
-24 acre's, mtore or le's-,bune,wn
purchar.d, by the saidl John Willhams, de
ceased, by lanids of the estate of F. B. Hlig
gins, dee'd, estate of Eliza Attn Etntzminger,
J. C. Hill atnd others.
The other tract, containing .337 acres,
more or less, knrown as the Farrow Tract,
and botunded by lands of Elizabeth A. lig
gins, other Ihnds of the estate of F. B. lug
gins arid others.
T:Rass or SALE--One-third of purchase
montey to be patid in ctash, and the balance
on acredit of otne and two years, in eqtual
anniual instalments, with interest from the
day of sale, to be secured by note with at
least two approved sureties, and a mortgage
of the premises. The purchaser to be al
lowed to pay all or any part of the credir
portion in cash. The said lands will be sold
in several sepa.rate tracts.
J. B. CL XRY, Adm'ur,
Nov. 0, 45--it. With will annexed.
NOTICE is hereby given that we wauill ap
ply to Judge of Probate Court for fmnal dis
ebarge as .\dmit.istratrix and Adlministrator
of the Estate of Johnt B. Rich ie, deceased
Ott the 30jth d:uv of November next.
E. RICHJIE, Admuinuistratrix,
C. M. RIGHIE, Admuinistrator.
Oct. 25, 1872-44-5t.*
ALL persomts holdinig de-miands agti:st
the E-tate of Hentry Buirtont, deceasedl, art
hereby notified to present satme, attested as
required by law, to any otne of the ut.der
ind,or to our Attorneys, Miessrs. Fair,
Pope &~ Pope, at New berry C. HI., S. G.
CHARLES D. BURTON. ) xcuos
Now and Soosonable tc
P1 11"a RS CIA%
IAt S,ev:art's Old Corner.)
WEnu r.-me,ie ; *i atention to
oul! ne.l V: .: at . inter Gxds,
w :ch in,
Variety, Quality and Price
i. ::ne; .wp ;t nalie, com.,rsi:zng ;l styles
Coilars. Cuffs. Trimmings,
And ladies wear ,enerally.
U SNA W UR GS, at wholesale, cheap.
Cas.imeres, Doe Ski:js,
Wou!ens at:d Tweeds, of all kinds,
B:11!kets and lezivv Goods,
!-' T:, for :me:: an;d boi s, wi: i
BO(TS and SHOES. of all kinds.
A fine lot of SHOES for Ladies, which
arc son.eihing extra.
LiTHING. if)* the milion.
Sadie. Bridles, Collars,
Vaslies Baskets, something fine.
l i a grv it varie: of ul.e: arCeles,
all cf *!.ie .e clI r at
PRII .8 WHICH SUI THE TIMES.
Ar ex:niml is asked.
1P. W. CilICK. R S. %CHICK.
Oct. ),2., :;-tf.
LAKE & C0.,
Havo in s:ore, an1. to w ic .ns ant!
d, a t!i tenuo
Either for family or plantation use,
Such as all grades
Flour, Meal, &c.,
Ties, Heavy Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, &C.
OUR GOODS ARE MARKED AT
ONE PRICE !
And Low Down for Cash!
Or the principle of ql:ick sales and short
We would make ack:owled ment of the
liber.d pal.one extendotd in the past, and
re-pectfly a4 our frinds m,d the public
geC.erallv to continue the same.
Give us a call
W. i. LAKE & CO.
Are receiving their FAL.L SUPPLY of
C U T LERY,
9a[oo and DiiQ Mal8rII8
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
UIMBEI WFOOD P[M
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oct. 2, 40-tf.
Boots & Shoes,
Is at the FIRST CLASS.
R. C. SHIVER& CO.
Call and be cotnvinced.
R. c'. SItIVER. DAvID JoNEs. JT. H. DAVLs.
Nov. 6, 45-tf.
COUNILU C AMBRERS,
Nov. 11th, 1872.
SEC. 37. Be it ord:;ined by the Town
Counci! of Newberry. and by the aatbority
of the same, Trhat the Retail license of spirit
otus liquor;s f'or the present year shall be Two*
Hlundred1 Dollars: and be i: further ordained
bv the aun:hority aforesaid, that the Quart
iieense shall be One Hundred and Fifty Dol
lars, a;nd that the spiritous liquors sold uin
der said q::art license shall not be dlrunk in
the bou-e in which the same is sold. Per
sun.--violating these ordinances or any part
of the same, shall be subhject to a penalty of
not more than Fifty Dollars, nor less than
T wenty-Five Dollars.
IGiven undcr my hanidand the seal of the
Town aforesaid, 'the 11th November, A. D.,
1872.J P. POOL.
1O. L. Schumpert, Clerk T. C. N.
m aVS k
Received and Opened
MY I]EMIR STORE,
ONE OF ThE LARNEST
BEST SELECTED STOCU
Ever offered in NEWBER1Y. My
stock co.ists in pIrt of Ladies and
old & Silver catelics,
S ,e:n and Key Winders. both Swiss
Ladi., and Gents
Of nl l patierns
Sets and half sts
Always on hand a lare st,ck of
Of the very best quality.
Of a'l kinds.
Of all descriptions made to order.
The highest price paid for
OL) GOLD AND SILVER.
Give me a.eall before purchasing
All goods sold warranted as repre
Always on hand a large stock of
Spectacles & Eyeglasses.
Call and examine my stock.
JOHN F. SPECK.
Newberr, S. C., Sep. 1'4, 17-38-tf.
WE AjSE NOW SUP
For the Spring an'd summer, with such a
Stock of Gentle:nen's and Youthi's CL.O'rmso,
as only could have been purchasedl
And can fit out in any style of make or va
riety of mate'rial
ONE TO TWO THOUS
Men andI boys. Our Stc of Furnishing
Goods, Bo,ots, Shoes, Ha:tt. Shirts, Cravats,
Trunks, Vallss, ke., be-ides the large as
ortment olthigbove toned, wo
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
A l~ thontry, and to effect so desi
rabie an obj'ect, of%r I3ar.GAls
TO THOSE IN NEED
Cf anything ia our li:e, and before the as
sorment is broksen, it is best to
At our Clothing Emporium
W~hat vou wat. We wa~r.rn aOd. Ig aar
antee lox prices, and feel saisfied that all
can be scm:nD for
At the store of
May 1, 18-tf
We have removed
Guur Entire Stock of
Boots, Hats, &c.
BETWEEN MESSRS. CHIICK'S
AND DR. FANT'S.
WCGALL AND SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK.
Sept 16 tf LOVELACE & WHIEELEIh
BA KiE RY.
The~ under.,igned respectfu!!y jfiorms the
public that she is now prepared to turna
Meals-Fish, Oysters, &c.,
Every Day, and at all Hours.
Also, Bread, Ciakes, Pies, Wi;;s and Roclls,
Fresh Every Da..
v a 46 ZTE SODAIll