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A very fine se'ectio. of Woo:ens Piece Goods
'and Gents FuJ:!hing G-ods. can be found at
0,:. 9, 41-tf. Mc FALL & POOL'S.
I will .ell cheap for cash the HOTEL at
Saluda Old Town. For terms apply toJ. W.
Miller, at Xe% berry, S. C.
Oct. 30, 44-2m. J. C. TAYLOR.
A iull line of Dress Goods, of all kinds and
prices, can 1>e found at
Oct-J. 41-tt McFALL & POOLS.
McFALL & PoOL are Agents for Ward's
Calebrated Fitting Shirts. Measures taken,
and a fit guaranteed, at New York prices,
with Express addel. 46--tf.
Fresh arrival of nice Lice Collars, Un(er
sleeves, &c., at McFALL & POOL'S.
From and after this date we will; sell our
entire stock of FiNE DRESS GOODS at a
greatly reduced price. Ladies desirous of
purchasing will do well to give us a call.
Nov. 27, 48. McFALL & I'OOL.
A Deautiful line of Salem Jeans, Satinets
and Cassimeres, can be found at
4-- t OfMcFALL & POOL'S.
FAIR NoicE.-The troubles in the Spring
and the consequent scarcity of money in the
summer, caused subscribers and advertisers,
not a few, to fal; into arrears. They are now
earnestiy called to come in and settle between
this and January first. After that time all
accounts of this kind will be given out for
collection. Save us and yourselves trouble,
friends, by acceding to our request.
R. C. Shiver's establ-:hment is at night
brilliantly illuminated by thirty first-class
A. M. WICKER-tbe King of Confectection
ery and Toy Dealers is ready with his Christ
mas fancies for the people. Give him a call.
R. C. SHIVER & Co.-Advertise something
new handsome and serviceable, and have in
store everything else that can be called for.
L. R. MARSHALL-has a blazing Christmas
advertisement. If the public cannot find
wl at they want at Marshall s, they must be
hard to please.
AT COsT.-Mr. S. Sampson offers tis en
tire stock of goods-very large in variety-at
cost, as it is his intention to make a change
in his business. Bargain hunters, attention.
CHANGE or TIME.-The sale of personal
poperty of the estate of Dr. J. N. Herndon,
advertised in last issue for the 12th inst., will
not come off until the 27th of December.
CONFIRMED.-In the Senate, Wednesday,
the following named officers for the County
of Newberry, were confirmed: D. R. Phifer.
County Treasurer; James W. Hayward,
Auditor, and William Summer, Trial Justice.
A WEITE PARTRIDGE.-We learn from
Dr. George Garmany. that his recent bird
hunting expedition with a company of gen
tlemen. resulted in the capture of a large and
beautiful white partridge.
C. H1. Davis & Co , it will be seen, have
opened a restaurant and saloon where din
ners and suppers consisting of fish, game,
and marketable delicacies, are served up
in style. Segars and fine liquors also on
IMPROvEMNT.-Messrs.Lovelace & Wheel
er are erecting -.wo cottages in tow.n, and
contemplate the erection of two more. This
is a positive evidence of local improvemen:.
We hope soon to record the erection of a
number of buildings. There could be no
better investment here.
AT CosT.-We notice with deep regret
that Mr. Mathias Barre, one of our best mer
chants, has determined to relinquish his
business, and to that end1 offers his extensive
and handsome stock of goods at cost. Per
sons desirous of getting goods cheap are in
vited to call early.
Dr. Whaiey is kept at home because of
the epizoo. He fears that his horse is tak
ing the "epizo-otic up-his-snott-ic" and for
fear of the "equine-ox-ial" taking off his
noble steed, he not having, like Richard III,
a kingdom to offer for another, begs his
country friends to call at his office.
A HANSDsoME CHROMO FREE.-New sub
scribers to the Temperance Advocate, as well
a.s old ones renewing with the regular sub
scription price, $2, will receive a beautiful
Fruit Chromo free. Having had the pleas
nre of seeing this chromo, we can testify that
Mr. Frank Beard, editor of the Advocate, is
offering a valuable premium to his readers.
Send for Advocate and get the picture by all
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBCMs.-No handsomer
or more appropriate Christmas or NewYear's
present can be made, than a beautiful Photo
grap)hic Album, in which can be placed the
pictures of loved relatives and friends. Mr.
Wiseman, our artist, we are p)leased to say,
has just received a very elegant assorttaent,
and will be happy to show or dispose of
them. We advise our readers to call early
and secutre one of the prettiest.
itOw.-A party of emigrants from foreign
parts arrived here last Saturday, and taking
e'xcepDtions to something or somebody, got
up a small-sized row in the afternoon Re
port says there were eighteen men killed,
and a large number wou.jded, and that the
streets flowed in blood; but we believe this
to be an exaggeration, and that other than a
fans no damage resulted. The police troops
fought bravely and made captures, and in a
brief time all was quiet again.
1ROSEMONT CEMETERY.-We had hopes
when liosemont was opened that it would be
tastefully laid off and properly cared for, hut
we are measuratbly disappointed. The ground
is overrun with weeds, and trespassed upon
bv cattle. Is there any vested authority for
its management? If there is nor-, we would
like a board organized with a presiding offi
cer who would discharge his duties.
INFORMATIONi AGENCY.-We invite atten
' tion to Davis & Co.'s Patent Land Informa
tinon, and Claim Agency, Washington, D. C.
It wvill be seen that they wish to purchase
one hundred and fifg: thousand acres of
South Carolina!lands, upon which to locate a
Colo,ny of Swedes.
This firm also enjoys advantages and facil
ites for imparting information concerning
p?tents, bounties, licenses, decisions, pen
sions and claims generally.
IlA5MLS FIrra.-One of the neatest
places of business in town is that of Capt.
J.F. Speck's, and it affords us pleasure to
call attention to it. It is worthy of note,
thlat this eneprsn gentleman has, in a
remnarkably short timle, built him up a busi
ness5 whiebS is a credit not oniy to himseif,
tbn: a pride to his friends and !& communi
L tv. The handsomer the store u fix:ures,
the' be.tter the trade, and this hie has found
ou,t by experience, and not itt the ieast either
i hissuce-s attributa.ble to printers ink.
His stock of holiday goods in jewelry, fancy
goods, wtae's, &c., is splendid. Call in
ATTENTI0N MERCIIANT.-If yon have
any specialities which you wduld di.pose of
during the approaching holidays, anything
nce,. sweet, or savory, anything handsome,
elegant, anything warming and good, in
short anything for anybody, let it be known
througb the columns of the HERALD. Peo
pie do not like to run about making inquiries
where this or that thing can be had, in such
a busy, bustling time. Anything from heel
taps to a nightcap,ginger -naps to a snapping
turtle-oysters included, jtws-harps to crying
dolls, or anything else will be inerted with
pleasure for the benefit of the people.
TH ENTEn'rAINMEXT, on Thursday night
last, by the Silver Crnets, drew a crowded
house, whic,i gave evidence of :he apprecia
tion of our citizens of an amusement of a
light, pleasing and moral cuaracter. The
Cornet Ban have it in their power to make
their entertainments highly acceptable, and
if they will.study to give an excellent variety
they moust succeed. The new features intro
duced on the last occasion were weli re
cived-and will serve as a guide for the f!
ture. The versatile and humorous Dr. Saul
-)f world-wide reputation-it is not ex
pected can be made available every time,
for according to the proverb, "Maurice does
not kill a cow every day;" but some other
bright particular star, floating about in ec
centric circles, tnay accidentally either shoot
perpendicularly or in a taugent, down this
way, and may be urabbed up, gobbed up,
or gone for by the Cornets, so that they may
show their desire to give that variety which
is the spice of life. Dr. Saul will accept
thanks for his efforts, till he is better paid.
le made a splendid debut. And so did the
star dancer, from the old North State-he
certainly knows how to use his legs. The
overtures were good, double dancing, etc.
We suggest, respectfully that the piece en
titled the "Manager in Distress," be laid on
the shelf for the present, and at the sane
time, as the ghost is an important and seem
ingly necessary character, --nd puts in his
appearance in other scenei equally as dis
tressing, let him make his visits short. This
suggestion is in good part; we want the
Cornets to succeed and put money in their
purses, and draw wrinkles out of the faces of
the audience "for ever and a day," and the
best way to do this is to give pleasant varie
PERsoNAL.-We had the pleasure last
week of meeting with Rev. Samuel Lander,
A. M., President of Williamston Female Col
lege, and Professor of Latin, Greek and Nat
ural Sciences. The College has im excellent
faculty, and a large number of pupils. This
Seat of Learning was opened in February of
the present year, in the Town of Wiliamston,
and already enjoys a good reputation.
The Col!egiate Year is divided into two
sessious of twenty weeks each, with two in
tervening vacations. The -pring Sossion,
1873, will open on Monday, February 31, and
clo>e on the 21-t of June. The Fall bession
will open on Monday, the 8th of July, and
close Commencement Day, November2.
The r-egular vacation is during the months
of December and January, so that pupils
have,the benefit of a healthful summer resi
dence and the waters of Willinmston Mine
The course of study consists of the School
of Letters and the School of Arts. Of the
former are the primary department, interme
drate department, the first college class, the
elementary English department, and the de
partmnents of belies-lettres, natural seiences,
mathematics, Latin, Greek, and French. The
latter of vocal mnusic,instrumental music and
the ornamental department.
We had the pleasure, also, of meeting Col.
Ball. of Laurens, who formerly was editor of
the Laurensville Herald. Col. Ball is a most
pleasant and genial gentleman. There is a
cheerful heartiness in his deportment and
manners, which is very fascinating.
The pleasure was also ours of meeting with
R. W. Shand, Esq.. formerly editor of the
Union Times, which position he filled with
much ability. Mr. Shand was here on busi
ness connected with the estate of the late Dr.
J. N. iHerndon.
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The Schjoolday Magazine is only another
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COM ME RCIA L.
NEtWBERRY, S. C., December 10.-Cotton
COt'UMBIA, December 9 -Cotton 17g.
LivarooL, December 9-Evening -Cot
ton steady-uplands 10; Orleans 10ta10k.
NEW YOBK, December 9-7 P. M.-Cotton
easy-u plands 191; Orleans 20 j.
AUGUSTA. December 9.-Cotton in demand
CHARLESTON, December 9.-Cotton quiet
arnd dull-middling 18g.
At the residence of Mrs. C. W. Herbert,
in Newberry Co., S. C. by Rev. Thomas G.
Herbert, Mr. LAWSON G. BOBB to Mrs. ALLIE
Ini Greenville, S. C., November 21st, by
Rev. A. B Stephens, Mr. G. W. M'ORtE and
Miss FANNIE ROBINSON, all of' this place.
November 21st, at the residence of the
bride's father, by Rev. G. T. Harmon, Mr.
JoHN R. H occoMnE, of the Picketns Sentinel,
to Mi-s FANNtE E. WILLIAMS, all of I'.ckens
Cour.:y, S. C.
Died, in the town of Newberry, on the
25th of November. of consumption, Mrs.
sUs.AN KINARD, aged 50 years and 6 days.
The subject of this brief tribute was for
thirty-three years, or two-thirds of her life, a
c ,nsistent member of the Lutneran Church,
and by a blameless walk, and faithful dis
charge of her christian duties, not only as to
her Maker, but in the relations of wife, mo
ther and friend, had endeared herself in the
strongest bonds to all around her. .Her love
for husband and children was deep and bound
less, and by them is her death most sorely
felt, for with strict sense of duty, firm will,
unirn eery and faithfulness, in all that
becomes the christian woman, she knew not
what it was to fail in any of these respects.
Her chariny, too, was another beautiful trait
in her character, for it is said of her that no
one ever asked of her in vain-arnd to such
will the Fa:ther's promise be abundantly ful
tilled. A cup of cold water in His name, the
a ttle dleeds of kindness, and litt'e words of
love, so easily bestowed, assuredly make of
earth an Eden, and insure a Heaven above.
For years her health had beeti failing-under
the in-idious attacks of that dreadful disease
consumption, but though much enfeebled,
and enduring at times great bodily suffering,
she bore it all uncomplaingly, and minis
tered, till within a short period of her disso
lutiotn, to tihe comlort and happitness of her
family. 1Her life was an example of patient
enduirance and trust, and her end everlasting
peace, for she was ready when the summons
came. Biessed are the dead who die in the
A large and sorrowing family, husband,
sons, daughters, grand-children, and numer
otis relatives, feel the loss which to her is such
infinite gait:, and they are admonished not to
grieve ars witirout hope, but so to live that
thir? etnd may be: as peaceful as hers, and in
the hope of a meeting,.where tears arc not
.hed, and sorrow and psa are forever un
known. A FRIEND.
SHERIFF S SALE.
IN PR'OBATE COL RT
John C.Johnson nni Daniel Johnson,aJainst
George W. Johnson and others.
Petition for sale of land.
By virtue of an order to me directed by
his lionor James C. Leahy, Jadge of the
Probate Conrrt, in the above stated case, I
will self the real estate of Sarah J.ohnson,
decea;ed, at Newberry C. IL., at public auc
non. on the first Monday in .latinary next,
con.,sitig of one tract of sand, si-uate in the
Counte of Newberry and State of South Car
and bounded by lands of W. H. Dorroh.
Stacy Goggan:., John C. Jobthon, and Saflie
Terms of sale.-O:!e-third ca,h, balance in
one and tw.%o years, wirb in:ercat from d:y of
sale; purcbas er to give bond and surety,
with mortczige of the premises to secure the
credit portion, or pay all cash if he should
desire, and to pay for papers.
Pureh-ser must comply forthwith, or the
land wil' be resoid at fir-t purchaser's risk.
J. J CARRILNGTON, s. N. c
Dec. 11, 50-4t. 113.50
COURT OF C03DION PLEAS.
M. T:e, Clerk, Complaint
, 1 A .st ( for
John 1. Willinghain. Foreclosure.
BY virte of an order of his Honor, M.
Moses, to me directed, in the above stated
cree, I w: x ell at public auction, at New
berry Gourt House, on the first Mondy in
January next, so mlich of the Real Estate
of John H. Willingham, hereinafter de
scriPed, as may be necessaiy to pay the
amount of the debt, interest and costs
against him in the above stated case, which
will be sold out of the following tract of
One tract of land, situate in the County
of Newberry, and Sutte of South Carolina,
containing Ote Hundred and Nine Acres,
more or lezs, and bounded it the tine of
purchase by John H. Wilingham, by the
lands of John Glymph. John A. C. Crooks,
John Glymph, Henry Suber and others.
TRs-VASH. Purchaser to pay for
papers. J. J. CARRINGTON, s. N. c.
Dec. 11, 50-4t. f13.50
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.-New
Eliza R. Stewart, Adm'x., of R. Stewart, de
ceased, vs. Joseph Pearson, and Nancy
his a ife, and others.
In obedience to an ord.er passed in this
case, I will sell at Newberry Court House,
at public auction, on the First Monday in
January nex,, the House and Lot belong
ing to the Estate of R. Stewart, dec'd., sit
uate in the Town of Newberry, containing
2 acres, muore or less, and bounded by Wil
son Street, separating it from R. L. Mc
Caughrin's lot, Johnstone Street, separating
it fron Dr. McIntosh's lot, Holman Street,
S4parating it from Mrs Gallman's lot, and
Fri:rd Streer, separating it from Mrs. Hum
ber's and Mrs. Q. 13. Mayer's lots. ,.id
lot will be sold in two separate lots, with a
street between them.
Te.tls of Sale.-Onje-third cash, and bal
ance on a credit of one and two years, with
interest from day of sale, to be secured by
bond with good sureties and a nortgage of
the premises. Purcihaser to pay lot papers.
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. N. c.
Dec. 11, 50-4t. t "3.5o
Lydia P. Wilson, Adm'x., ap,ainst Margaret
C. Wilson and' Mary C. Wilson.
Petition for sale of land to pay debts.
By virtue of an order of the Probaite Court
to me directed in the above stated case, 1
will sell on the first Monday in January next,
at pubilic auction at Newberry Court House,
the real estate of Thtomtpson Wilson, d.
ceased, which remains after givintg house
holl aid dower to his widow, which balance
One H-undred and Fifty Acres,
more or less.
Terms.-One half cash, balance on a cred
it of one year. Purchaser to give bond and
surety with m ortgamge of time premises to se
cure credit portion, and pay for paipers.
If tertms are not complied wihm immediate
iy, the land will be resold forthwith at first
.J J. CARtRINGTON, a. N. c.
Dcc. 11. 50-4t. !13.50
SH ERIFF'S SALE,
IN COMDMON PLEAS.
James C. Leahy, Judge of Probate.
Cynthia Mower, admintistratrix of Estate of
D Mower, against John R. Swindler.
Complaint for foreclosure.
B'y virtue of an order of his IIonor M.
Moses, directed to mae in the above stated
case, I will sell at public auction at New
berry C. H., on the first Monday in January
next, the following tracts of latnd, the prop
erty of John R. Swindler:
One tract containing
Three Hundred and Forty-one Acres.
more or less, boutnded by binds of Estate of
Smith L. Davis. dleceased. Lewis Pow, .John
M. Lewis, and waters of Indian Creek.
One other tract containintg
more or less, anti bounded by lands of Jo
seph Caldwell, Estate of Smith L. Davis and
Terms.-One-half cash, balance on a credit
of twelve monthts, with interest from day of
sale; purchaser to give bond and security
with mortgatge of thme premises to secure the
credit portion, or putrchaser camn htav.e the
privilege of paying all cash if desiring to do
Purchaser to pay for papers.
If terms are not complied with immediate
ly, the land willl be resold at first purchaser's
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. N. C.
Dec. 11, 50-4t. !18
In the District Court of the
U7NITEI) STATES-For the District of
South Carolina-In the matter ot George
Epting, Bankrupt-In Bankruptcy--By
whom a Perition for A djudication of Bank
ruptcy was filed on the :3uth day of Oct>
be.r, A. D. 1872, in said Court.
This is to give niotice, That on the Twen
tv-sixth day of November, A. D. 1872, a
Warranit int Bankrutptcy was issued against
the Esta:te of George Eptitg, itn the County
of Lexinigton, and State of South Carolina,
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own Perition; that the payntenit of any
debts and delivery of any property belong
inig to said Bankrupt, to hi-n or for his use,
and tihe transfer of any property by him are
forbidden by L w ; that a meeting of the
Creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts, and to choose onte or more As
signmees of his Estate, will be held at a
Court o mnktnptcy, to be holden at No.
72 Droaa S:reet, Charlesltn, South Caroli
na, before J. C. Carpenter, Register, on rte
Fourth day ol January, A. D). 1873, at 12
o'clock, M. R. M. WA LLACE,
U7. S. Marshal, as Messetiger.
A. P. P1FER, D)eputy Messenger.
STATE OF SOUTHI CAROLINA,
N EWBERRY C0O'NTY.
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Henry M. Sinigley hath made
suit to mec to grant him Letters of Adninis
traton of the Estate and effects of Mary
An E. S igy, deceased.
These are theref ore to cite and admionish
all and s'tngular, the kindred attd creditors
of the said d.-eeased, to be and appear be
lore rue, mi the' Court of P'robate to be held
at Newiberry Court House, otn the 25th day
of Decetnber next, after putblication hereof
at 11 o'clock int the forenioont, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad
mitnistration should not be gratnted. Given
under may hand this 9th day of December,
.1A MES C. LEAHY, p.j. s. c.
1Dec. 11 L 50-2t.
1N GOMDION PLEAS.
Thomas M. Lake, Clerk. :gainst James A
Bond and Jvhn Kinard.-Complaint fol
Byvirtucof an older of his Honor 31
Mo,es to me directed in the above statet
case, Iwill sell at public auction at Newberr3
Court House. on the first Monday in Jauuarl
next. the following described real estate:
One tract of ;aud situatc in the County 01
Newberry and State of Soua Carolina, cun
One flundred Aer-s.
more or less, and bounded by lands of Th om
as V. Wicker. John E Dominick, .hohn Ki
nard awid others.
LTerms of Sale.-One-half csh, halance or
a cred,'t of tweiv-- non,)h; wilh interst fron
day of s.te. wih bond ind security anil
mortgage of the premise. to seenre thc cred
it portion, with -he vrivi!ege of paying al
cash if purchase:, wi,ihes to do so
If terms are ut t:omplied wi:b itnm.diate.
ly,iland will be resold at first purchaser'.
rurclinser to p. for paperS.
.1. J. C.UMlNG'fO_N, S. -1 1C.
Dec. 11, 50-4i. R!13 5
EX-PARTE-T. T. NOORE,. Adn'r.
BY virtne of an order from tie Prbbate
Court, for Nev.berry County, I will sell a:
tile residence of the law Smlith L. Davis, al
the personal property of W. E. D. Reid,
Household and Kitchen Furniture.
Various Farming Implients. &c..&c.,
On Friday. 27th December.
Also, I will sell all the COTTON, at New.
berry C. H.. on Saturday, 28th instant.
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. .. c.
Dec. 11, 50-3t. tlo
THE STATE OF SOUTH CARO
LINA, COUNTY OF NEWBER
RY.-IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Rachel Krele and A Krelle, vs. Lawson
Enlow and Jacob Enlow.
Petition for sale of Land of J. B. Enlow.
THE purchasers at the former sale made
by mne of the real estate of J. B. Enlow,
deceased, in pursiance of the decretal or
der in this case, having failed to comply
with the terms of sale, I will sell at first pur
chasers risk said real estate, at public
autiton, at Newberry Court House, tie First
Monday in January rext,all that tract ofland
lying and being situate in Newberrv Coun.
tv, in this State, contaiunig Tlirty-six (2)
Ares niore or less, on waters of Cannon's
Creek, waters on Broad River, and adjoin
iiiz lands of James Fair, J. J. Cook, Samuel
Brooks and others, said tract of land has a
good Dweli:- House thereon, and an ex
Terms ot Sale-CA ,1
JNO. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
VSherff s Office, Dec. 11, 4t. f18 f13.50
The State of South Carolina, New
berry County.-In the Cominon
Mary E. Senn vs. Mary F. Senn nnd others.
IN obedience to an order in the above
staed ease, I wiil sell a part of the tract of
land on which James M. Senn lived :t the
time of iis death, bounded by latnds of Wil
liam Lanigford, the Belfast Road and Lhe
lands of others, at Newberry Court House,
on the First Monday in Jlanuary next, for
one-third cash, and the balance Ott a credit
' twelve miotnths with interest from thte
dayi of sarle, to be secured by the bond of
tre puirchraser, with at least two goodi sutre
ties, and a mrortgage of the prenrises sold.
Tie part to be sold will be represerntedi by
plts, or plats to be fied mn the record itt
tre above sti ted caseC, onr or herote met~ day
of sane. JOHN J. CARRiNGTON, s. .
Dec. 11, 50-4t. t10.5(1
IN PROB3ATE COURIT.
W. W. Hlouseal, Adnn't., aginst Johnt A.
Boozer :mnd ote:s.-P'etition for Sale of
Larnd to Pay Debts.
BY virtue of an order to me directed. hv
his Horror. Jarmes C. Leahly, Judge of Pro
rate, for Newberry Coutny, and State of
South Carolinra, passed itt the above stated
ers. 1 will sell at purbiic aurction, at New
berry Cortrt Houise, South Carolina, on
the First Mondray mr Jarnuary ntext, tire
real estate of George H. Boozer, dece?ased,
One tract of lanud, containting sevety
eight anrd One-tlf Acres, mrore or less, anrd
onrded by lands of Johrn A. Harp, Johrn
Wilius, Estate of T. N. Iloozer, deceaised,
a di Estate of Jess' Chtuppr, deceased.
Ti-:r.Ms --One-half cashr, balance ont cre d
it of one year, with bonrd andi secutrity antd
mortage of thte premises to secure the
credit portion. Purchaser wil be allowed
to pary a!! cash if desiring to do so, arnd to
pay for papers.
Lnrd wil be resolhd at first prurcharser's
risk inmmediately, if terms of sale are trot
,J.J. CARRTNGTON, s.s. c.
Sheriff".- Office, Dec. 1i, Srr-4t f1 3.50i
A. P. BOOZER, EXOR., vs. MARY JTA NE
BOOZER, et al. Ini Common Pleas
In pursuance of a rdecretal order in thre
above stated case, I will sell rat public outcry
at Newberry C. H., on tIre ti:st Monday ini
Janryrr, 1873, tihe Real Estate of Thontas
N. Boozer, deceased, conrsistinrg of One~
Tract ot Land corntairuirng Twentty-rnine (29j.
and one harlf acres, situated in tihe County
of Newberry anrd State of South Car-olina,
ard bouded by lands of bohn \\, illirts
Befst Road, lan.ls of the Estate of Jesst
Churpp an:d try Tracts B3 f'., as it is rep.
resnted by prlat of srtme marked "A", miadi
by E. P. Like, D. S. 27th Oct. 1866f.
Termrs will be knrown Ott day of Sale.
.J J C ARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Ne rberry,C. H., Dec. l , 50-4t. t9 f l(
SHACKELFORD & KELLY,
F ~actors antd General Crtnm'.iior
NORTH ATLANTIC WHIARF
CHARLESTON, S. C.
07 Agents for Moro Pihillips' Ammonia
ted Carribbean Sea Guano.
W W. Shtackrelford. Win. Aiken Kelly
Sept 5 39 3m
STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS LINE
T complete, anrd we will sell
Low for Cash,
And Cash Only
Tie CREDIT SYSTEM has played out a
M'FALL & POOL.
Oc. 9, 41-tf.
A VALUABLE FAR\M, three nriles Sornti
of Walalla, arid four nmiles Northr of tin
Air-Line Railroad, con taininrg 32~5 Acres
6r or 70 acres of which are bottom lands
drained anod in cultivation. On the piaci
are two settlements, on one of which is
good, new Dwellirtg Houise, conrtiing sir
rooms, anud ali necessary out-buildings.
For terrms, apply to
J. H. WrH ITNER,
I hereby warm all persons of :unting on
ti(linz over, p%1ling down eic fencks, or ir
any way trespas:-itg upon the lands of thE
Erate of W. B. McKe!lar, dee'd., as the
full force of the law nill be used against al
viol.tor. E. K. McKELLAR,
Dec. 4, '72-49--ti. A dm'x.
Interesting to All.
Mv erm1 rf eflie having expr-d, I re.
Spec:tuliy notify all persons lio had liens
db or mort.iages recorded during my
term of oflece, to call on Mes,.ra. Jones &
J jones, .% ho % ill deliver the sa:ne.
Nov. !7. 48-tt. Ti)-. M. LAKE.
Bowden and Tappaha
noc Seed Wheat.
1,5110 1ushels of prime Seed Wheat, of
Ilie est iiproved and most popular varie
ties in East Ten!:esse', to arrive in a few
tl.iv; saiples of which 1nav be seen at our
store in front of the Court 11o1se.
Also, a largc and varied s:ock of
1EAY AND FAMILY
arrivin-.r constatly, which we proposc to
Sell Low for Cash.
oE BA GGING
of different kinds and
Iron Ties at Reduced Rates.
of the highest reputation, which we will
sell as LOW as any of equal standing and
We will also purchase all kinds of
PRODUCE at the HIGH
EST MARKET PRICES,
And sell any kind of produce or goods con
signed to us on the most reasonable terms,
and to the best adv:.ntage.
We respectfully invite all who are seek
ing supplies in our line, to call and exam
ine our stock before making their pur
chases, as we intend to
SELL AS LOW FOR CASH
as such goods can be sold in the interior
markets of this Sta e.
And as we shall endeavor to merit the
co%fidence, we hope to receive the support
and patruage of the trading public.
R. MOORMAN &
Sep. 4, ')-tf.
FALL AND WINTER
Ai full "u"ply of
IB00T8 :N SHOS,
Hats 'dnd D1aps
Graniteville S h ir tin gs,
Sheetings and Drills, to Mer
chants in any quantity at
Sep. 18, 35-tf.
Pacific Guano Company's
(C APIT AL, $1,000,001'.)
THIS GUANO is now so well known in
all the Southern States for its remarkable
effects as an agency for increasing the pro
ducts of labor, as not to require special re
commendation from uis. Its use for seven
years past has established its character for
reliable excellence. The large fixed capi
tal invested by the Company in this trade.
affords the surest guarantee of the contin
uied excellence of it,. Guano.
The supplies put into market this season
are, as heretofore, prepared under the per
son.'1 superintendence of Dr. ST. JULIAN
RATENEL, Chemist of the Company, a<
Charleston, S. C., hence planters may rest
assured that its quality and composition is
Iprecisely the samfe as thlat hteretofoare sold.
J. N. ROBSON,
Selling A-.ent, Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE & CO.,
General Agents, Baltimore.
848 cash ; 5.3 time, without interest.
To aiccomnmodate planters they can order
now and have ur.til first of April to decide
as to whether thev will take at time or casia
price. When delivered frotn factory by
the car load nto dravage wiill be charged.
Nov. 2i, 48--3m.
I take pleasure in informning my ok
friends atnd cu-tomers that I 'am now with:
MULLARlKY BRO'S., Whiole.sale and Retai
DRY G;OODS, where I will at all times bc
glad to see and serve themi.
BY virtue of an order from Hon. John
L. Young. Probate Judge of Cnion County,
I n1ill offer for sale to the highest bidder
for CASH, on
FRIDA, DEC. 27th, 1872,
At the plantation of the late Dr. J. N.
HIERNDON, in the upper portion of New
berry Couusy, about
Twentv Head of
MULES and HORSES.
I Cow and Calf,
100 Bushels Red Oats,
1Ju Bushels Coru,
A large lot of COTTON SEED,
Some Articles uf Furniture.
And other pitce" of personal property, be
longing to Estate of J. N. HERNDON.
Also, at the Mill, some valuable Machine
ry suitable for the running of a Water Gin.
Sa!e to commence at 10 A. M.
Alsn, ac same time and placo, will offer
for Rert, for year 1873, the Herndon place
in Laurens County, to highest bidder.
Lessee to give note and security for the
ROBT. W. SHAND,
Dec. 4, 49 -4t. Administrator.
VE will sell at the late residence of
HENRY BURTON, deceased,
On the 18th Day of Decem
ALL HIS PERSONAL PROPERTY, con- s
24 HEAD OF CATTLE, N
A number of STOCK HOGS,
A few SHEEP, ti
About 500 Bushels of CORN,
A Quantity of FODDER, ti
A Quantity of COTTON SEED,
And FARMING UTENSILS.
The Terms of Sale-Cash on delivery of e
property. If the terns of sale are not corm- t
plied with within ten days, the property
will, on the eleventh day, be re-sold at the
risk of the fdmer 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
J. D. PITTS, the Will of H.
W. M. DORROH,, Burton, deo'd.
Nov. 2.3, 1872-48-4:.
United States Internal Revenue,
Dep'y Collector's Office, 3d Dist., S. C.
Newberry, Nov. 10, 1872.
NOTICE is hereby given to igli p,ersons
c-laiing the f'ollow-ng described property,
seized for violation of the Internal Revenue
L,awa of the United States, to file a bond I
with the Collector of the Dist., for the costs
of an action in t.he United States Court,
110 Gallons of Peach Brandy.
2 Gallous of Peach Brandy. ]
One (I) Horse.
One (I) M lule.
One (I) Copper Still.
Two (2) Horses. e
One (1) Wagon and Harness.
500 Pounds Tobacco, more or less.
C. L. ANDERSON,
Col , 3d Dist., S. C
JAMEs MALONEY, Deputy Collector.
Nov. 27, 48--3t.
LAND FORL SALE.'
I offer at private sale, the Plantation be
longing to the Estate of WILLIAM LYLES,
dee'd., situate in Newberry County, on
Broad and Enoree Rivers. The said I'ract
of Land con taitns between
Four and Fire ilundred Aeres,
about. Sixty of which are FINE BOTTOM
L ANDS, it is also well timbered, a portion
of which is original forest. Contains a
goo d Dwelling Hlouse, Gin House and Screw,
and other outside buildings necessary for a
For particulars apply to the undersigned I
at Newberry C. H. S. F. FANT.
Nov. 6, 45-tf.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Capital Stock Paid In. $300,000.u
Board of Directors.
L. D. CEILDS. Pres., Jso. T. DA EBY.
J. W. PA RKEaI. Vice-Pres., R. M. WA LLAcE.
(.. .tELToN, Solicitor, JNO. S. WILEY.
R. O'NEALE1, Jr., E. HOPE.
W. B. GULIcK, i.ashier.
C. J. IREDELL, As't CaSbier.
IN addition to the ordinary and usual
business of Banking, the Carolina National1
Bank of Columbia, S. C., issues Interest
bearing Certificates for any amount, paya
ble on demand, and bearing seven per cent.
interest from date, interest collectable every
six months, if the Certificate has not been
previously presented. Deposits in gold re
ceive-d on same terms, and interest paid in
kind. Depositors have all the advantages
A SAVINCS BANK,
and the safety of their deposits is guaran
teed by a paid-up capital of Three Hundred]
Thousand Dollars. Persons having funds
which they wish to invest temporarily, will
find this a safe means of mnvestment, return
able upon demand, and always ready for
use should a more profitable investment of
Renmittances may be made by Express,
and Certificates will be returned by mail
Columbia,'S. C., Nov. 14, 18'72.-48-3m
To Rent for the Year
The House and Lot, known as the "Mc
"orries Place." Good Residence, with tilla
For particulars, apply to
MUORMAN & SCHUMPERT,
Dec. 4, 49-3t. Attorneys.
Notice is hereby given that on the 1st
day of January, 187:1, I will apply to the
Court of Probate, for Newberry Count., for
a discharge as Administrator of Dr. James
TDe , 49.-it. Ardm'r.
BUY THE BEST!
'he .AMERICAN will Last a Life Time.
It is p'rior to all others for simplieity
It has b)ee-n pronouncod by the best ime
hanis the best finisied, and nado on the
est pla:l, of :tnv matchzine lmnufeldIC ,11
Vill sew the finst and coarsest fabrics, no
..:er how much starch. Never drops
titches, runs light and alost noikeless.
Call and examine for yourself.
S on tne n:o-t reasonable terms and
Iniiuen.ents to clubS.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Oet. :,2 4:.-tf.
STOCK and the best variety of go-,ds in
RY GOODS. CLOTIING, B 0 T:.
HOES, GROCKERY and GLASS.WARE
what the public need, and our experience
that any kind of buicoibe or
[ay take in an unwary man occasionally,
ut people sooner or later discover where
e best is to be found, and the most de
rable bargains to be had. We keep be
ide a large variety of FANCY ARTICLES,
'otions necessary to the peace of mankind
-the ladies included-and we sell each
ad every article at living prices, believing
,at the principle of live and let live in
usiness as well as poiftics, is the only one
-hich shoold actuate any person, whatever
ex or condition.
All we ask is that the public come and
xamire our stock and then decide for
M. NATHAN &, SON,
Next door to Speck's Jewelry Store.
Oct, 30, 44-tf.
IEBB, JOATS & PARKER,
W MEAN MINS I
An can show a s:&ek of
arriages, Buggies, Saddlery,
HARNESS, AND FIXTURES,
~efrigerators, &c., &c.,
enerally, in h:is line, w hich for beauty,
legane, durability aind superiority cannot
e surpassed in the country.
WE SELL AT FACTORY PRICES,
(ND DEFY COMPETITION!
Our SATIDLE and HARNESS MANU
ACTORY is well supplied and turns out
(T THE LOWER STORE
an be found a choice and large assort
f every character and kind, which we will
Low for Cash !
We buy largely of COTTON and give the
op of the market always.
All we ask is that the public will favor
s with a call so that an examination may
te made. Remember there are three sepa
WEBB, JONES & PARKER.
Oct. 23, 43-t f.
P. WV. & R. 8. IJIIIIJK8,
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
WE would resp'ectfully call attention to
ur new stock of Fall and Winter Goods,
Variety, Quality and Price
s unexceptionable, comprising all styles
and pat.terns of
Dress Goods. Calicoes,
Collars, Cuffs, Trimmings,
And ladies wear geuerally.
OSNABURGS, at wholesale, cheap.
;assimeres, Doe Skins,
Woolens and Tweeds, of all kinds,
Blankets and Heavy Goods,
HATS, for men and boys, with
BOOTS and SHOES, of all kinds.
A fine lot of SHOES for Ladies, which
re something extra.
CLOTHING. f'r the million.
Saddles. Brdls Collars,
Valises, Baskcts, something fine.
Desides a great variety of ott.er articles,
Lil of which we off'er at
PRICES WHICH SUIT THE TIES.
An examination is asked.
?. W. CHICK. R. S. CHICK.
Oct. 23, 43-tf.
A few gentlem.en can find'BOAUD 3.Y
PI'E 3f0NTH with
Mar. R 1ttf A. W. T. STIM S
WE ARE NOW SUP
For thO ra ndS ,w uithi s:;chi a
as k0::v ep hv bennrchasIed
A:' cav fi- o:t in any s%le of mn ke or va
rietY of ma:irial
ONE TO TWO THOUS
Men~ :t bie. : No,k n0 Fu:-i!i-h.
Gocu~S, '-- RMo.. o z:s,S t, Craivn*:,
orm .V:di , & , i as.
Softn:ent11 of i ngo -m-,o:d we
TO BE DISTRIBUTED
Al 'c he co;i :ry, and1 to effect so dez
rabl, n o.j'ct. ofy'er PARGAINS
TO THOSE IN NEED
Of :.y:h.i:g in our lie, and before the as
sortr i brok-n it is be. to
At our Flin: Emporinm
What von want. We warrant _oods. -uar
atiee io.- price.-, and fe%l Salisfied that all
:llI be S,TF.D for
At :*i store of
IV TIGwfT & C0PP0CKI
May 1, 18-tf.
We have removed
Our Entire Stock of
Boots, Hats, &c.
BETWEEN MESSRS. CHICK'S
AND DR. FANT'S.
0CALL AND SEE
OUR LARGE STOCK.
Sept 16 tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Ilayes & lartiN
Are receiving their FALL SUPPLY of
C U TLE RY,
8[0 aod Di MaIBilaI
SADDLERY and WHIPS,
W1iBER W00l P[MS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Oc t. 2, 40-t f.
LAKE & Co.,
'Have in store, and to which is constantly
added, a full stock of
Either for family or plantation use,
Such as all grades
Flour, Meal, &c.,
Ties, Heavy Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, &c.
OUR GOOUS ARE MARKED AT
ONE PRICE :
And Low Down for Cash!~
On the principle of quick sales and short
We would make acknowledzment of the
liberal patronage extended in the past, and
respectfully ask our friends and the public
generally to continue the samte.
Give us a call
W. J. LAKE & CO.
Oct. 2.3, 4.3-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI[NA
By James d. Leahy, Probate Judge.
WuF.atas, .John D. Smith and .James W.
Smith hath: made suit to me to grant them
Letters of Administration, with the will
annexed, of the E.state and effects of
William Smith, deceased.
Ther.e are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
fore me, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court House, ont the 1.3th day
of December next. after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad
ministrition should not be granted. Given
under-m.y hand this 7.thday of Novembs ,,
Anno Domir,i, 18'72.
JAMES C. LEASY, r. J. N.c..