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Wednesday, Febuary 12, 18Y3.
Change of Rates.
From this date the Newberry HERALD will
he farnished to all single c %su in advance
subscribers for $2 50, instead of $3, but when
the subscription is not paid in advance it
will invariably be S3. Clubs of twenty, re
member, get the HERALD at $2, clubs of ten
at $2 25.
Transient advertisements, one square
one inch ,pace-will be $1 for first insertior,
and 75 cents for subsequent insertions. Lib
eral contracts will be made for three, six and
twelve months advertisements.
President Grant's Tour.
The papers are full of President
Grant and his Cabinet's Southern
tour, to commenee about the 20th of
March. It will be an ovation no
doubt. The city of Columbia is one
of the happy points set down in the
President's progrname Of course
every body from this side of Colum
bia will go down to see the conquering
The Pension List.
By a bill which has just passed the
House of Representatives, the condi
tion, which struck from the pension
list the names of soldiers of the war
of 1812, has been restored. This act
of injustice was done in 1862, and
which made it necessary that all ap
plicants must prove their loyalty.
The concession was bitterly opposed
of course, and among its opponents it
is not surprising to find that B. F.
Butler figured prominently.
State Press Convention.
A meeting of the State Press is
called for pretty generally to take
place about the 1st of March, for the
purpose of effecting an organization
for mutual protection and benefit. It
is a good idea, such a meeting should
be held by all means, for there is just
the least uniformity imaginable exist
ing at the present time. A little ]a.
ter in the Spring might be better. but
it matters not materially as to time, so
that the Convention be held, and the
evils which now exist be remedied.
On the floor of the House on Fri
day last, was exhibited the humiliating
scene of a number of the Judges of
the Circuit as well as Supreme Courts,'
lobbying with the members in the en
deavor to get a bill through to iner ease
their salaries. What a spectacle.
Their earnest petitions failed however,
for the eneting clause of the bill was
stricken' ouit. We trust these high
functionarial, who have thus soiled
their judicial robes. will go to their
homes and repent of' this enormous
yet pitiful sin.
Death ofCom. MIaury.
Commodore 3Mathew Fontain Maury,l
American hydrographer and naval offi
eer, died at Lexington, Va.. at one
o'cloek, Feb. 1st. He was the author
of "Letters on the Amazon and At
lantic Slopes of South America,"
"Relation between 3Magnetism and the
Circulation of the Atmo.<phere." "As.
tronom ical Observations," "Physical
G3ographiy of the Sea," &c. During
the late war he was an officer in the
Confederate navy, and at the time of!
his death was professor of physical
science at the Virginia Military Insti
tute. lie was aged sixty-seven years.
The Charleston Bvlectinz somre time
since discovered the oldest man in
America, and to prove the assertion
that the great age mentioned might be
attained. goes over, or sends, to Brazil,
and finds an older one. The account
is thtus given:
"The oldest man in the world has at1
length beent discovered. His name is
Jose Martiu~o Conthino, a resident of
Cape Fi), in the province of Rio Jane
iro. Brazil. who was born on the 20th <
of May, 16~90, and is therefore nearlyf
one hundred and eighty-four years old.
It is said that he has forty-two children'i
by six Wives, and can count one hun
dred and twenty -three grandehildren,
ei;:hty-six great-grandchiddren, and
twenty-three children of the last."
The Franking Privilege. '
No greater ab'use has perhaps exist
ed than the Franking privilege, but as
the stoppage of one leak will only make
way for another, and no diminution in
wholesale or retail robbery be made,
it matters very little to the people
one way or the other. It may not be
uninteresting to know however, thatf
in the interval, and before the privilege
is suspended, the tpembers are taking
advantage of the time left.t
The Phenix says:
The mnails from Washington show
that members are improving their time
in franling books, documents, pack
ages of seeds and such worldly effects
as are at their disposal. T'he com- j
imittee-rooms to-day were visited by
induistrious Congresnmen. w!h se fin-dr
ends to-night are stiff froi1, writing
their honorable names. One of the
results of the repeal of this privilege ~
will be the abolition of the politicalI
bureau at the Capitol, from whene,
during every campaign. fons of trash r
have been sent to all ptits of the.coun- Ifi
try. The Government Printer foresees (
the time when his establiasmeat will 6a
not require thec eaity ofaG& slael
pwintice boitse '!
Fires in New York --172.
The following summary of fires
which occurred in the city of New
York during the year past is startling
as an aggregate, evezi when the size I
and population of this great Gotham.
is considered : It appears, from the
table prepared by the chief engineer,
that in the month of January, there
were 137 fires; February, 125; 'March
146; April. 155; May, 193; June
146; July. 467; August, 103 ; Sep
tember, f4; October, 99; November
130; and December, 172. Makinga a
grand total of 1.667. And yet out Vf
this large number there were only 41
in which total destruction occurred.
The loss is estimated at $.3,045,691.
Insurance $10.851,412. Thirty per
sons were either smothered or burned.
The Cotton Tax.
It was thought that this so-called
or hoped for ieasur! ..f relief had re
eeived its quietus, but it is still being 1
agitated, and it is expected that the
bill of Mr. Beek, which seems to meet
with favor, will be taken up by the
Committee. And yet should such a
bill pass, ve very much doubt if ary
material good would come of it, or
that the parties who should be the
gainers would realize any of the re-!
funded tax. Sydicates, lobbyists,
speculators, sharks and a host of other
vampires would swallow it up. We
trust this view of the very probable
gobbling up of the hundred millions
due the unfortunate South, in the I
event of the passage of such a law,
may be wrong, and the money yet
find its way into the pockets of those
who have been robbed from Dan to
The following are a few of the most
interesting items this week as reported
in both branches of the Assembly. no
mention being made as to an adjourn- a
ment. And first of importance much t
valuable time has been consumed in
the appropriation bill, w hich now reads
The salaries are now provided by
law; the contingent fund of the Gov
ernor. $25,000; for contingent ex
penses of other State officers, from
$500 to $1.000 ; civilcontingent fund,
cut down from $30,000 to $10,o;
lunatic asylum, 78.000 ; State orphan
asylum, $20,000-$5.000 of which is
for a new building, furniture, bedding,
&c.; militia, $20,u00 ; quarantine elK
penses, $2,500; keeperot the lazaretto,
$400; physician to Charleston jail, E
$1.000,Q transportation of conviets, I
$300, Catawba Indians. $800; print- I
ing laws, $50,000 ; managers of elec
tions, $12,000 ; penitentiary, $40,000;
free schools, 8300,t00; university, s
$27.850; deaf, dumb and blind, i
A bill to punish any person who L
shall sell and convey any real and per
sonal property on which a lien of any s
kind way exist without giving notice a
of the same to the purchaser or pur- 3
chasers, was taken up, amended, and 1
ordered to be engrossed for a third
In the Senate the following resolu
tion was immiediaeely considered, and
adopted in both Houses:r
R~esolred. .By the Senate, the House
concurring, that the Committee onWays
and Means of the House of Represent- ~
atives, be requested to report at as
early a day as practicable. a billor joint a
resolution to provide for the levy of a11
tax to meet expenses, for the fiscal
year commencing November 1st. 1873!a
and ending November 1st, 1874- t
The following large bill has been in-!
~roduced in the Senate to incorporate
-The Grand Southern Hotel and Transj
~er Company of Columbia, S. C."
rhe incorporators named are Hardy
Solomon, Josephus Woodruff; S. L.
Rlo(e" L. Cass Carpenter, LeG rand
Beneliet. E. H. Baldwin and David
Epst'n ; the business of the company
s defined to be the construction and a
uirnishing buildings and conducting a
he business of hotel keeping, and of
ransferring. carrying and delivering
passengers, baggage and frei2hts ofj
ill kinds, and the usual rights, powers
ind privileges are granted to the
A bill to reqjuire Trial Justices to
rive bond, and to otherwise define
heir dluties. Passed.
A bill to incorporate the Newberry
md Chester- Railroad Company. Pass
A bill to provide for the compulsory ~
ittendance at schools o.f children be
ween the ages of 6 and 16 has been
Also, a bill to amend section S8i
hapter iii, title 2. part 3, General !
~tatutes. relative to the drawing of|P
A bill to amend an act for the pro- 01o
ection and preservation of useful P
.nimals, has been passed, with amend-| i
nent so as to allow deer to be hunted V
ronm August 1 to January 1, and part-|
-idges to April 15. tsi
The following bills have been passed
o asecond reading: a
A bill to incorporate the Edgefield r
jotton and Woolen Manufacturinr ol
A bill to authorize County Treas-t
Lrers to receive juror and witnessB
ickets in payment of county taxes.
A Sena-te bill to enforce the pavy
aem. of the poll tax.
A bill to punish persons who may
eli or give intoxicating liquors to C:
abitual drunkards. S
Explosions are occurring in gene- r
ient houses in Brooklyn. New York,c
>r which there can be no accounting.1en
~hairs and furniture are thrown of
mound in a promiscuous manner. in
uch to tha dangeandonv.enience
General News Items.
Larver preparatio.s than ever are ni
)eing made to plant grain in Georgia. t.
William' Lowrey, a convicted Ku- A
ilux, has been pardoned from the
Beecher gets $10,000 a year from
he Christain Uni6n for one ar8ele al'
The Toky Company near Fayette
-ille have made from last crop some
ifteen thousand gallons of wine. i
The Savannah postoffice clerks are
lot happy. Their pay has been re- tr
lueed to make up the stipend of an s
Thos. Scruggs was out hunting near
Xinnsboro, and fired at a drove of a
if black-birds, killing ei.rii-two at
Josh Billi.s 5.ives ts one of bI
is -Good Rozolushuns f&r 187:." a
-That i wont advise enny body until t
kn, the kind of advice they are P
Mxious tew follow."
A horse di-A recently at (arrolton.
dIissouri, in his thirtieth year, having
,een the property of one man for
The Lexington Dispatch is inform.
d that certain gentlemen ofColumbia a
ntendlocating a factory near the town
if Lexington. I
A'.HENs. Feb. 4-Noon.-There
ras an earthquake on the Island of
amos. Great destruction of property
aId loss of life-.
LoNuoN. Feb 4. -The weather for
iast three days has been intensely cold,
nd hundreds of persons were frozen
o death in England during that time.
Meningitis is making sad havoc in
vashington county, several student,
romi Mercer havingin died since their
rrival from Macon, Ga. S
Messrs. Gourdine and Burgess have
liscovered some fine nuggets of gold f
a Laurens countv-enough to war- o
'ant opening of a'mine. 10
The Savannah topers find it hard
o serape along. Every time one of
hem gets drunk he is fined teu dollars
ulid costs or two weeks in the house
f correction. They are crying for a
eduction of the tariff.
The Georgia Press Association has
dopted a resolution to adhere strictly
o the system of advance payments on
11 subscriptions to their papers, and
o advise their patrons from week
The Boston Board of Trade has
assed a reolution asking Congress to G
mend the bankruptcy law so as to ,t
How the speedy settlement of the
ffairs of the insurance companies
ow in liquidation.
The engineers in charge of the cx
>erimental survey of the Greenwood
nd Augusta Railroads ha,ve comuplet
d their survey upon th eCarolina side
f the Savannah River. and are now
ngaged in running lines from someI
oint near Fury's Ferry to the city of
Clarence Lockwood, the printer,
rho, was shot on Mionday, and has D
ince been lying in a precarious con
itioni in Bellevue Hospital. has be- i
un to show signs of marked improve
ment. Last evening the intense pain
thich lhe has suffered since he was
hot had almost eeased, and he was
ble to be moved to another bed. ]
'hough the bullet still remains in the
idney, strong' hopes are entertained
f his recovery.-N. Y. Star.
We learn that on Wednesday, the
9th day of.January, 1873. about 11
'elock, MIr. Williami Riley, living
ear the free bridge on Saluda River,
ad the misfortune to have his gin
ouse burnt, and about 700 bushels of
Ltton seed. five bags of lint cotton
whlichi was the property of his widow- in
d mother, Mrs. Susan Riley.) Her at
ands were ginning at the time. The b
re is thought to have originated froma
match in the seed cotton. Loss es
mated at $1,000 or $1,200.-Abbe- w
die Press and Ban~ner. f
3Messrs. W. P. Russell and D. A. J. l
ullivan. as will be seen by this day's
ourer, have entered into a business e
-partnership for the purpose of erect
gbuildings, doing general house i
arpentry. all kinds of jo bbing work.
tting up stores, and puttiing in fronts. pI
nd shipping ready-made buildings to'
ny point desired. They will furnish
lans and specifications at moderate
barges. Both of these gentlemen -
'ho have combined their talents and
till, are well known first.class me
harnies and master workmen. Their
stablishment, at the end of Hasel
:i-eet, is one of the largest in the South,
ad is supplied with every labor say
ig improvement known to the age.
he facilities of the firm are unsur- $
assed, and they are ready to do any
ling in their line in a manner toA
Eve the most thorough satisfaction.L
THE ALDYNE Fon FEBacARY is in every jy
spect equ.t to the sanguine expectations
:.cited by the Jannuary number of this re- A
arkable periodical, of which each issue ap
:ars to bie the climax until its successor ap
ars. The opening illustration is a mag
ficent full page by J. D). W~oodward, of! E
ancheon Run Falls. which is certainly one
the most delightful pictures which it is
>ssible to conceive. Further on we have Y
ree smaller illustrations by the same artist,
e whole being illustrative of an article on
irginia scenery, with especial reference to
e beauties of the Blue Ridge. ''An Attack
the Rear," by .). G. Brown, a snowballing
etch, is worthy of that eminent artist's repu-:
tion. "Bust," by Win. M. Canry, a power- I1
I delineation of a catestrophe on the plains, i
id the correct detail shows that this artist is
novice in the experiences of Western
>ntier life. The other cuts are all good and
interest scarcely inferior to those we have
ecially noticed. The literature of the pre
nt number leaves nothing to be desired in
e way of excellence and variety. 5.00 per
ar with premium Oil Chromos "Village
:lle'' and "Crossing the Moor," 14x20
ilhes. Jtimes Sutton & Co., Publishers, 58
anden Lane, New York.
IRCRAL CAROLNra-FEBR U A R Y.--AI-j
tys exceilent, always enjoyaible, the Rural
rulinian is indispensable to the educated
*uthern planter or farmer. and contains
2ch of value to the general reader. Its
am'y articles contain valuable information
rich the agriculturist should study care
Ily, and from its shorter pieces and mis
!laneous articles any intelligent reader can
II useful ideas. The Literary and Home
partmnent is edited expressly fur the benefit
ladies and children, and should make the
iazitne always welcome to the farmer's
uit s wel! as to the farmer. The illustr'a
ni thnsh notnnme e m ad. nrd4
DEATTs.-The Laurensvilic Herald
entions the deaths last week of Dray
on N. Barksdale, oldest son of Dr. J.
. Barksdale, of meniugetis. Mrs.
liza McGowan, wife of the late Ww.
leGowan, Jr., and also the death of
Or. Tutt's Celebrated Expeeto
rant-How it Acts.
First It detaches from the bronchial or
indltubes the mucus or matter which some
mes adheres to them with the tenacity of
ue. Secondly, It rmitigates the pain and
moves the. constriction of the bronchial
bes and muscles of the chest. Thirdly, It
sists the progress of inflammation and as
sts the hings to throw off the irritating
atter which accumulates.
"I attribute the recovery of my child from
violent attack of Croup entirely to the use
Dr. Tutt's Expectorant.
JANE DEVOE, DeKalb Co., Ga.
"No one who has been afflicted as I have
!en for several years, and have been relieved
jd enjoyed the excellent health that I do
)%, could doubt for a moment the wonder
LI control over Asthma that Dr. Tutt's Ex
setorant poisessses. -
An eminen: Minister in Alab.Im.l.
Or. Tutt' Hair Dye Colors a
BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS' SPECIAL
OTICE.-Dors. Sashe. Blinds, Window
id Plate Glts, Builders' Furnishing Hard
atre, Nudin.ts, Star Fixtures, Marble and
ate Nbanrt-pieces, Encaustic Floor Tile,
rain Pipe, &C., &c., at lowest wholesale
ices, at the gre.t SoUthern Factory of P. P.
oale, Charleston S. C. Send for his price
it.-.lan. 8 1 2m.
NVew X iscellaneous.
THE subscriber has on hand at Peake
tation, rear Alston, S. C.. on the G. & C.
.R., TWO HUNDRED THO'SAND NO.
SHAVED SIIINGLES, in peckages of
-e hundred each, which he offers very
w. He is constantly receiving simila'r
te. Orders will be promptly attended to.
rice, ;4.50 per thousand. No charge for
ading. Terms Cash. Address,
F. H. DOMINICK,
Feb. 12, 6-5rnl ALSTON, S. C.
. F. JACKSON,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
AHEAD OF ALL IN SELLING
OODS CHEAP. Great sacrifice of
ock to raise money and make room
hat will be offered in the market.
Feb. 12, 6-t f.
F. FLEMING. MA M'L. A . NELSON.
JAS. M. WILSON.
I, F. F[LMIN & 00,,
Wttol.ESA[A DEAL.;Rs IN
NO. 2 HAYNE STREET,
(conNER or CntCRcH,)
No paine have been sparcd in endeavor
g to render our laige assortmetnt of Goods
tractive and desirable; and nothing has
en left undone, that lotng experience and
siduity could sug~gest, to deserve a sharc
liavitng perfected airrangemen:ts by which
receive outr goods direct fiom the~ tmanu
aturers, ensure our customers the 'reat
VAntagite of purchasing them at the very
west rates andl of the mrost dlesirable sizes.
Ini prices atnd qunaly we bilieve they will
mnpare iavorably with any othter :'tock itn
e city or elsewhere. We shall he pleased
offer these Goods for your inspectiont, at
y tme you may favor us with a call.
All orders will have our careful and
D. F. FLEMING & CO.,
February, 1873t. Charleston, S. C.
Feb. 12, 6-2m.
Iaekerel at rednced prices for cash.
merican and Fre:nch Candies ditto.
aisins and Nuts, same rates.
almon (pickled) at a sacrifice.
[errings, fifty centts per box.
il sorts of Toys AT COST.
ow for Gash, rememnber that,
ow for Cash is the motto,
o come this week.
alentine's day is this week,
latge assortment on hand.
eason they are nice and cheap,
they are well seie~cted atnd pretty.
specially are they cheap, cheap.
ielding to none for variety,
I SAY COME.
Fe'o. 12, ti-It.
. Ii. WVCKRA
Newberryv . C.
Sales a .Yoties.
United States Marshal's Sale.
The United States of America. South Caro.
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias to me
directed, issuing out of the Honorable the
United States Circuit Coart for the District
of South Carolina, I will expose for sale, to
the highest bidder, at public auction, at
Newberry C. H., onr the 'hird (3d) day of
March, 1873, being the first Monday of the
month, all the right, title and int'erest of
the Defendant in and to the following pro
Ist. All that tract of land known as the
Blackburn Place, (except that part of it
which lies in the County of Laurens), bound
ed by lands of William Riser, Estate of
Isaac Johnson, Mrs. Hutton and others, and
containing four hundred (400) acres, more
2d. One tract of land in the County of
Newberr., known as tie Walden Place,
bounded by land.s of M. Suber, Mrs. Atchi
son and others, and containing One Hin
dred and Forty (1.10) Acres, more or les<.
Id. One tract of lr.d in the Countv afore
said, known as the Sam. Scott Place, bound
ed by Tract No. 2, and other lands of the
Estate of Sam'! Young, deceased, and con
taining One Hundred and Twenty (120)
Acres, more or less.
Tbis property is levied on as the Estate
of San'l Young, deceased, in the possession
of William Young, Ex*or., to satisfy the de
cree in favor of James Bonds, obtained in
the case of Hamilion Young and Bush,
agairst William Young, Ex'or., and others.
Tvicms-CASI. Puichasers to pay the
Marshal for necessary papers and Qtanps.
The sale %ill be conducted by A. F. Pifer,
Spec. Deputy Marshal, as Auctioneer.
R. M. WALLACE,
U. S. Marbhal.
Feb. 5, 1873-6-:t.
SALE OF LAND.
BY virtue of authority given us by A!
fred Wilson, in a conv-yance of his land to
us, (by way of morgage,) in case of the
non-payment of a certain sum of money
therein specified, we will sell at public auc
tion, at Newberry Court House, S. C., on
the First Monday in March next, the land
specified in said mortgage, 11a1elv
One lot of land :ituate in Newberry
County, and State uforesaid, on waters of
Bush River, containing ten and one-fourth
xeres, more or less, and bounded by lands,
of E. P. Lake, John Williams and Eate of
Jesse Coate, deceased. Said lot is wull im
proved with good buildi.,- and a good
Terms of Sale-Cash.
LOVELAGE & WHEELER.
Feb. 12, G-3t.
IN COMMON PLEAS-NEWBEHRY.
Mary W. Nance, per W. F. Nance, Trustee,
against J. K. G. Nance, and R. D. Nance,
Ex'ors of F. Nance, deceased, Drothea A.
Nance, and F. W. IZ Nance, defendants.
IN COMMON PLEAS-NEWBERRY.
Laura E. Nance, per W. F. Nance, Trustee,
J. K. G. Nance, and R. D. Nance, Ex'rs of
F. Nance. deceased, Drothea A. Nance and
F. W. R. Nance, defendants.
By virtue of executions :o me directed in
the above sta:ed c.ises, I bae levied on tle
property of John K G Nance, and wilt sell
on the First Monday in Marcha next, the fo:
lowing Real Estate as the property of the
said John K. G. Nance, sub.ject to a home
stead therein to be laid off before day of
One tract o ind containing elevcn hun
dred acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Mrs. A. L. Brown, Joseph Caldwell,
estate of Richard Sondley, deceased, T. W.
Caldwell, deceased, T. B. Kennerly, estate of
C. F. Sligh, deceased, and J. C. S. Brown.
Plats exhibited on day of sale of the bomne
s:ead and the land to be sold.
Terms of sale-ca.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S.N.C.
Feb 10 1873, 3t 510
- --- --N O T I G E .
Notice is iherebyv given that I will apply
to the Judge of Probate Court, for New
berry County, on the 15th day of March
r.ext, for a final dischtarg. as Trustee of
Mary C. Abranms. 3!. FOOT,
Tru..tee of M.ary f'. Abrams.
Notice or Co-Partnership.
W. P. RUSSELL & D. A. J. SULLIVAN.
-The undersigned have formed a Co-Part
nership to date from the first day of Febru
ary. 1873, under the firm name of RUSSELL
& SULLIVAN. To contct for and Erect
Buildings and ini General House Carpentry.
They will, also, give their especial attern
tion to allt kinds oh Jobbing Work, and aire
prepared with their unparrallehed faucilities
to do work with neatness and dispatch.
Special ate .ntion will be given to putting
in Store Frotnts and Fitting up Stores with
neatness and dispatch at moderate charges.
THEY H A TE FAGILITfIES NOT EQU A L,
ED IN THlE STATE FOR PREPARING
BUILDINGS FOR SHIPMENT comiplete itn
every part, and the entire Building-fintish
ready' to put on, and will cotntract to put up
and tinish the Buildings ini any part of the
PLANS, SPEf'IFICATIONS and ESTI
MATES furnished on application AT MGD
ERATE CHA RGES. O'flice and Workshops
East end Hasel-.street.
W. P. RUSSELL,
D). A. J. SULLIVA'N.
Fe.t. 12, d-lm.
IN T HE COMDION PLEAS- -NEW
Elini R. Stewa'rt, Admr'x. v. Joseph Pear-i
son and wife, et al.
Coinplaint fer Relief.
The Creditors of the Estate of R. Stew
art, dec'd., are required to render in and es
t.ibli.h their denmaids before the under
signed, as Rfefree, en or before the first
day of March, next.
TUIOS. M. L AKE.
NOTICE FOR SETTLEMENT.
The C"reditor. of the estate of John Sw.it
tetbu.rg, decease~d, will presenit their claiima,
properly attested, to t.he subscriber, at his
residence, neair Jalappa, S. C., oni or before
thAe 22nd of February, 1 i7:1, as on that day
I will make a settlement on sa'id estate,
and will apply for a final discharge front
the administration thereof.
WM. L. WATERS, Adim'r.,
Wit.h will annexed.
Jan. 22, ?.--5t.
All persotns having deman,ds agaitnst the
estate.oh Thomas W. Caldwell, de-ceased,
are hereby notified to present the same,
protperly attested, to my Attorneys, Messrs.
Auber & Caldweli, at Newberry C. I., by
the 1st day of April next; artd all persons
indebted to said deceased, either individ
aally or as Administrattor of 0. A. Ruther
rord, dec'd., are notified to maake prompt
payment to ine if they dhesire to avoid suit.
JIOSEPHI CALD WELL,
Adm'r., of T. W. GaIdwell.
Jan. 29, 4-,t.
United States Marshals' Sale.
['nited States v-s. 90~ Gallons DistilledI Spirits
BY virtuep of atn order to me directed and.
:lelivered, from the lHon. Geo. S. Bryan,
Tudge of the United States District C;ourt
or South Carolina, I will offer for sale, in
ront of the Court House. in the Town of
Kewberry, at Eleven O'clock, A. M., on
saturday, the Eighth Day of February,.
KINETY GA LLONS DISTILLED SPIRITS.)
TERMs oF- S.u,F,-C ASH.1
R. M. WALLACE, .
U. S. Marshal. <
J.mas Mat.om, Depct,y U. S. Marshal.
Feb. 5, 5-1t.
"Sales X .otices.
LANDS FOR SALE
THE subscriber oxpecting to move his
Machinery offers FOR SALE the place
where lie is now living, With
Two Hundred Acres of Land
attached. The Dwelling House is a two
story building, one of the most comfortable
and best looking country residences in the
County, containing seven rooms, lathed and
p!astercd, with Kitchen (lathed and plaster
ed) immediately attached to it. The out- I
buildings are commodious-the stables
barn and crib, covering about one-third of
an acre, are all under one roof. The soil is
good and water most excellent. The place
h, about six tniles from the spot where ar
rangements have been made to locate a De
pot on the Air Line Railroad.
Twenty lots adjoining same, containing
Fifty Acres of Land, more or less. These
lands lie in tic fork between Thompson's
& McCool's Beavt-rdum Creeks. atnd contain S
sone bottom as well as upland. They are f
inobtly uncleared and are well adapted to
the raising of cotton, corn, wheat and other
grain-:. If a purchaser desire he can ob
tain a larger or smaller number of acres
than the above. ALSO,
One tract on Pack's Creek, at the head of
Jenkins' (formerly Barrett's) mill pond,
containing about Seventy Acres-twenty
acres or more of bottom land, which, to be
rendered as productive as formerly, need
re-ditching. These bottoms have produced
over sixty bushels of corn to the acre.
To an approved Co-partner, (a Millwright
preferred) one-half interest in the Water
Power Mills and Buildings known as Whil
den's Fuctory, (Factory Machinery, &c., ex
cepteu,) and Two Hundred Acres of Land
immediately around and adjoining the
same. The land is of excellent quality,
containing both upland and bottom. The
water power is a very safe one with a fall
of twenty feet or more.
For te~rms, which will be reasonable, op
ply to R. FURMAN WHILDEN,
Whilden Hall, P. O.,
Jan. 22, 3-t. Greenville Co., S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
To Eliza'eth Evans and David Kinard, ab
sent defenltuts, and legal heirs and re
presentatives of J->hn Kinard, who died
You are hereby required to appear at the
Court of Prob,ate, to be holden at Newber
ry Court House, for Newberry Couity, on
the Seventh day of February, A. D. 1873,
to show cause, if atny yoU Cant, why the Real S
Estate of John Kinard, deceased, described tl
in the petition of Mary Koon, filed in my t
office should not be divided or sold, allot- m
ting it in portions according to law to Mary fi
Koon, Catharine Kinard, William D., John il
T., George W., Martha C., and Mary A. Bo- I
land, Eustacie Counts, Wistar Suber, Eve 1 o
Kinard, Louisa Kinard, Elizabeth Evans, I
Martha Cromer, Jane Cromner, Catharine a
Wilson, - Koon, wife of Wallace Koon, S
Bachnian Cronmer, Susan Croner and David u
Kit:ard, after having first satis!!ed the tmort
gage over the Real Estate of said dleceased, c
held by .John D). Su'ber, George B. Suber, it
Jacob B. Suber, William 0. Eleazer and p
.lm:n.s A. We!ch, as the Executors of C. c
Give:n undet my hand an1d seal, this six
[i.. s.] teen:h day of January, A. D. 1873. a
.1. C. LEJAHY, f
.Judge of Probate, Nea berry County.
FAIR, POPE & POPE, a
To Elizabeth Evatns atnd David Kitnard, ab- p
Take notice, that the object of the peti- e
tion in this action is to obtaiin partition of o
tile ptremises deseribed in said pietitiona
which is filed in the office of th~e Probate
Judge for Newberry County, S. C., to be
mtade among the parti.?s in interest, accord- il
ing to law, alter selling so much ot naid a
'and as will satisfy the nmortgage over the u
samte. FAIR, POPE & POPE, a
Petitioners' Attorneys, t,
Jan. 22, lS-St. Newberry C. H., S. C. b
Statte of South Carolina, County of't
Newbery.--In IProbate Court. b
Mary Koon, P'laintiff, against Cathmarine Ki
nard, John D. Wedatman, ai Admn'r., and
Petition for Partition of Land.
Pursuant to the order of the Probate r,
Judge, I will sell all that tract of land, sit
uate ini the County and State aforesaid, con- F
taining one hun,dred and five acres, 12n0re
or less, bounded by lands of Mrs. Margaret
Kinard, Diavid Wedamnati. John Riser,
George Rikard and others-being the real
estate of which John Kitnard died, seized;
and possessed, at Newberry Court House,
Otn thte First Monday in March next.
Terms of Sale-One-half in cash, and the f
other half on a credit of twelve months, with
interest thereon from day of sale; the credit.
portIon to be secured by bond cf purchaser '
and mortgage of premises. Purchaser to pay t<
for papers. Purchaser shall have privileg~cs
of' paying all cash.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C. 'I
Ot Satturday, the first day of Februars-, V
tile Board cof Cotnity Commissioners of Newt
berry County, were applied to to take5
charge of a man app'trently crazy or idioticjv
(he refused to talk or give any accotunt of jJ
h:imself, and was in a destitute and wre-tched A
condition.) He is about t wenty-five years
old atnd about five fetet, eight inches ir, '
height, Hie is tnow in charge of the County
Comnmissioners awaiiting identification. i
De,. 1ENNIS MIOATES, C. U. C. v
State of South Carolina, County of J
Newberr.-In the Court of Comn
John ('. Wilsont, as the Administrator of
the Estate of' Thios. R. Wilson, deceased,
Plaintiff againtst Frederick Boozer, he
feu:dan t. C
Cotnpla?int for Foreclosure of Mortgage. C
P'urstuant to the decretal order of' the "
Hion. M. Motes, .Judge of the Jrtdicial Gir
cuit, I will sell at New berry Coturt House,
on the First Monday of March next, the t
following parcels of land as the property ofv
thec Defendlant, Frederick Boozer, to-wit:
Tract No. 1-Containing 47 3-5 Acres, th
bounded by hands of Henry D. Boozer, t
Madison Longsl-.ore, and others. ur
Tract No. 3.--Containitng 751 Acres,
bounded by lands of A. J. Longshore, TIract
No. 1, and others.
Tract No. 2.- Contaiair.g 56 Acres,bound
ed by lands of A. J. Longshore, Tract No.
1 and No. 2, and others. jS
Tr. oF S&.x-One-third Cash, and the
ther two-thirds on a credit until 1st day of
December next, with interest thereon from
lay oi sale ; the credit portion to be se
:ured by bond of purchaser with a mort
;age of the premtisea. Purchaser to pay
~or p. pers. "C
J. J. CARRINGTON.S. N. C. j ry
Notice is hereby given that I will make a vie
ettlement in the Judge of Probate's Office M.
or Newberry County, on the second day of Tr
ipril n,ext, on the Estate of Dr. W. B. 'Mc.-t
Kellar, and apply for discharge as Admninis- m
ratrix thereof. All persons indebted to IGi
aid Estate will be required to make imnme. [r.
Hiate payment or suit will be instituted.
E. K. McKiELLAR, Adum'x.
January 22 m67'.~.t
.ew wid Miselaxwma.
W. L. Bradley's Standard Fertilizers.
POLLA RD & CO., General Agents.
B D Q jQUALITY
Guarant e e d
Equal to any
A I YRS[0
THE above STAN.3ARD FERTILIZERS having bten used for the last iix rears in the
outh with unequalled suceess, are again offered at prices ,hat cannot fai! to give satie
Lction, whii!e the Standard is guaranteed equal, it not superior, to any ever sold.
500 Bags in Store and For Sale by J. E Webb & Co.
Feb. 12, G-2n.
7 E WEBB CO,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GROCERS, COTTON BUYERS,
AND 1IFALERS IN
lantation Supplies, Dry Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats, &e.,
Keep constantly on hand a good line of
offee, Meal, Bagging, Plantation Hoes,
aconl, Molasses, Ties, Trace Chains,
ard, Sugar, Salt, Hames,
1our, Corn, Tobacco, Wooden and Willow Ware,
C., ]Iiuk Eye Potato, .e.
Also a choice article of N. 0. Molasses, in bbls., t bbs., 5 and 10 gallo- kegs also a
boice A No. I article Goshen BLtter, and Buckwheat Flour in abundance.
Give us a call.
NO. E. WEBB. THOS. M. LAKE. H. 0'N. HARRINGTON.
Jan. 29, 4-tf.
rom the Abbeville Press and Banner, Jan
uary 15th, 1873.
A NEW ENTERPRISE.
Seven years ago we atiopted the plan of
mding our "Farmer" Cookh.- Stoves -
irough the country with wagons, by our L . M
avelling salesmen, in order to supply a
ant long felt in the South, and that each C O N T R A C T O R
m:ly MIghit have an opportunity of'.seeing
mdv~~~~ ~ :ih hav ar pnraivoor the erec.tioa of all kinds of
not purchasing one of these indispensable
ousehold articles The abundant success
our enterprise thr.ughout the States of M ONUM ENTS,
issouri, Kentucky, Tennessee and Georgia
!d the universal favor witA which our Monumental Read Stones,
roves are re.-eived eveirywhere, convinces
that in order to supp the continued TOMBS, COMON GRAVE STONES, &c.
rowing dema.nd, we must largely increase yar -eL .A utrsSo,Nw
ur fot cs art the Founadry ; hen1ce we have brd nea C .A utraSo,Nw
cere:-sed] our daily manufacture of this one br.. C. Jan. 15, 2-3m.
attern to thirty, and will still further in- I IIEI
rease it to Sfty if our trade continues to t ~ll llUl~
errand it. Our salesmen, who will visit UIL 2 1i IIIJ
on, are authorized to give the sarme terms
a though you made the purchase direct
-anm ourselves at the Foundry. We have
ut ONE PnicE, MSI1 HIc 1sT ON THE~ sToV:,
nd( fronm that we never deviate. T e O lbae
This stove has no complicated arrange.
ents su:ch as dampers and inside fiue
lates as ini all other stares, but is so simply
:mstrt:cted thtat any one mayv use it suc-.
ttessfy t is tery heavy and made onlty IJ TT F O '
f h etqualities of new irona so mixed
to secure a toagh,, strong plate, which
Kv.va cracks by fire.
To those persons in the Stove trade whoT
rink their business will be ruined by us, FE I L LL
ad who therefore oppose and misrepresent
ri ad our goods at all places, v;e desire to
'sure them that instead of being anr injury TH -~ ~ ~ ~ -T
rtem, we are doing them a b2nefit, by
uilding up a business which has heretofore
ien negle'cted, and by introducing an ar- o W .F A CE
eie, of household uatility, must ultimatelvy pl o WM .N N E
ring thema into general use in every fami- Ag-t
CULVER BROTHERS. Or to A. J. McCAUGHRIN & Co.
A mvn..>, IC. De. 0, 87. LHe S. 200ZER & CO., Agents, Frog
Mfrsas. Ccrtvra Bnovamas:-We cheer- Dec 25 5-2 tf'
Ily grant you permissiona to us'er our names
y ou see proper in co:amnendation of yourt
ARMER GooKtNG STon:, for we regrd it
bein; altogether the best cooking stave X O ~
usec. It is all that is e.,irable in a stove,
r it is simple in conastrucetion, has no dam
us or flues to burr out, and bakes quick 0COme and Secure a
dbeautifully. We bespeak for you a
eral patronarge from our neighbors aind
ienads, believing as we do that notne 'a ho
archase one of these stores wili ever
these days, a hen good cooks arc so ha: d
get. We think youar enterprise merits
access arnd hope you will attain it.
W Jordan, JTohn ,Jones, J1 D Neel,
BP e S abr, MCi, from Motte & Tarrant's stock
E"IBell, Hery soi, A B ail, Fanc Goods, Perfumeries,
B Bowie, Jno. Vace T V Pruitt, Soaps, &c. These goods are
P Hannah, M1 C Rivers, C Jones, t csl TC S2 al
0 Niog, J J orda, J C'~e Hal price sodAtOS .Ci
wiliffe, J Cris"een. \'"marp ric tem, and you will buy.
M1 Pruitt, A J1 Weed, W A Hall, JAS. M'INTOSH,
.J Clinkscales, T 0 11ill, Burt ley,v Dc~ 18 QmRcevr
as. Thomeson, G~' W Bowen, WAm. Cook _______eceiver.__________
D Alewinte, A Every, J1 T Chaeathtam
Taylor, H Riley, HI I Prre, OUrG LL
L Ashley, W Fooshee, S W Brooks.
Acker, HI B D)avenport, J W Shirley, E at .b .
m. Hlagan, J .J Acker, J M .Jordan, LTitb ditanctay understood that the
C Fooshee, W C Cramer, G P Onealt,
T)Adms WFAndeso, W MWet) PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
V Acker, I1 J Epting, 1' A Tribble,
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,
Anamu.iti CornTYN WB R Y
January 14, 18'3.NEW BERRY,
I, L. D. Bowie, Glerk' of the Court of i nfl ls n on hnsu l ih
>mmnon Pleas and General Sessions for and w'ell prepared for a good~run this Fall.
utnty- and State aiforesaid, do hereby cer- All kinds of work done in good style, in
ov t ir la n e rs,al t ey a q aine W h eudng copying of old Pictures, Filling P in
that they are, severally, honorable gen.- A fine lot at
mten, anad mnr rf credit rand undoubted
racity. I will add that the 3Messts. Cut
r Brothers hiave sold several hundred ot
eir Farmer Cooking Stoves ina thais Court- use~ received.
and, so far as I have heard, they give Come along during this pretty weather.
L. D Bo IE.W. H. WISEMAN.
I endorse the above certificate. Oct. _______,__40--tf._____
Feb. 5, 5-r,t. .C. Dssolntion of Pantnership.
TIHE Partnership heretofore existing un
ate of South (Curohnta, (.'cunaty of der the namue arnd style of T. F. & R. H.
Newberry. GRENEKEIl, ina t!he proprietorship and
IN POBAE CORT.conduct of thle Newberry HI.aft.n is now
Mary A. Black and A. C. Black, heirs at dsovdb uulcnettejno
law of Tranore F. BI!'ek, deceased : partner, R. HI. Greneker, withdrawingj fronm
You are hereby requtired to appear at the theF. busineEs
urt of Probate, to lbe haolden at Newber- T~. F. GREN\EKER,
Court House, for Nea-berry County, on R. H. GRENEKER.
12th day of March next, to shew cause, .a.2st 92
any von can, wihy the proceeds of the Teh. .eswl ecnutda aa
e of the real estate of Tranmiore F. Black, byThe busigne d, t chonute al usa
eeased, sold by me for partition anad di- byaim will bneresnted. twhall ffie n
tion. should not be paid over to Aaron cam il epeetd l ate n
D)omiiek, A dinhistrator of thae said debt ed are requested to settle their accounts
annmore F. B!ack, to be applied by hint to a o ce. THS .GRN-R
a payment of tihe debts of the said Tran -___________- ________
nder m.y han:d and seal this 27th A SITUATION
.]day of Ja::uary, A. D.1S73. IA ANTED, by a comupetent and! reliable
J. C. LEAIIY, Bookkeeper :o keePa set of Books. For
Probate Jndge of Newberry County. further inaformiation .ipply at thec
i., h.2 a. 29.4-2.4.5 . a - tfr uds>L a OFIE.