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W dneday, February T, 88.
Change of Batea
From this date the Newberry HE=ALD will
be furnihed to all single CASE in advance
subscribers for 12.50, instead of $3, but when
the subscription is not paid in advance it
will invariably be $3. Clubs of twenty. re
member, get the HEiRD at S2, clbs of ten
Transient advertisements, one square
cue inch gace-will be6l for first insertion,
and 75 cemtsbrsubseuent %irtlons. Lib
eral comtracts wilt be made for three, six and
twelve months adrtisementz.
Two weeks ago the announcement
was nidi(fe inU this paper. that the co
partnership heretofore existing in its
conduct was dissolved, and our brother,
the junior partner, gave his kindly and
graceful valedictory. Some have won
dered at our reticence on the subject,
and lest the thought grow, that we
were careless, and are indifferent, we
beg now to say, that our business re
lations had existed for so many years
that the sundering of those ties were
painful, and that it was done with ma
ny regrets. Had it been but an ordi
nary partnership, between men uncon
nected in any other way, and not one
brother with another, the case would
have been altogether different, and we
might have written a fullsome para
graph, expressive of what was felt and
more that was, not felt. But it was
not so. Hence our silence. We beg
our friends to discard any injurious
thought. It is merely a business
change, and in whatever sphere of ae
tiun our brother is now or hereafter
may engage in, his interest and wel
fare shall always, as they ever have, be
our chief consideration.
The Progressive Age.
Put in a creditable. lively, and we
believe, an acceptable appearance on
Friday last-St. Valentine day. itself
a happy augury of its successful pro
gress. Its general make up and filling
shqws that it is in masterly hands, and
as the Dromise is made to wake up the
old 'Rip Van Winkle sleep,' into which
our-good old town of Newberry and
its people have fallen, we indulge the
hopethat a better time is in store.
Two heads are better than one. &e.. is
an old trite saying. and we have long
felt that two papers would do more
to advance material interests and give
an impetus to progress than one could
or would. under the most favorable
circuimstanees. Mr. Slider is no no
vice at the editorial br.llows, anid will
blow lustily- in his new role of pro
grmss and that he will waken up the
old echoes. break the long sleep, brush
dow the cob-webs which' dover much
of grood. and make old things new, we
will not qjuestion. We exteed to the
Progressive A ge eur editorial greeting,
and the rigTht hand of fellowship, and
trust no jars may occur to disturb the
friendly rhat ions whichi should ever
exist between it and the ITerald.
Credit M!obilier and Cor-rup
Elsewhere in this issue we have an
swered the question often asked :
What is the "'Credit 3Mobilier"? The
investigation now going~ on at Wash
ington1 City. relative to the parties im
plicated in that transactioni is develop
ing an amount of corruption that is
aton'ether startline. That small mem
bars of little State Legislatures slgould
be guilty of corruption is not so much
t> be wondered at, but when members
of the National Congress, allured by
the gleam of guld. allow themselves to
be lead away fromt honiety into paths
of the base-st frauds, honest men are
shocked beyonid expression?. Once
there was so much pride in all the (if
11eer's of the Gieneral Goveranent-so
mneh virtue amng~n the people. that
me mbers of C.a:gr'ss. like ('os:ar's
wife. were above suspicion. In those
times~ the man who) could have ap
preached a grave Senator wi:h the of
fer of a bribe would have been bold
indoed--now searcely a bill is pas.-ed
but that it hae somewhere about it the
tinge of the yellow metal. The time
was when the Halls of Congress were
looked upop a the a>ode of honesty
and virtue. ne w tlhey have become
brokers' offices and the sho~ps of money
-hangers. Where shall we find thej
cause of this demoraliz.ation among the
makers,of our laws-anzg these up
hlAders of our nation's rights ? Cor
rutption is not confined to themi alone
-it is wide-pread. Syndicates.,rings,
-conceatric rings-reach out and in
elese in the~ir charmed, golien circle al
most every class of-eceupat ion. Every
where, through the length and breadth
o.f this fair Iland. have teamples been1
erected to the god. g.ald. and men are
se-en hueeling :nid w.rshiping before
he~r shrines. Will this golden god1
ever be~ debased. and will the incense
whic.h is so intoxicating to her votaries
ever e. to burn upon her glittering
:dtar's. Tfime alone ran solve the pro
blemn. and by cinsequence also the pro
m:Whether the people of the
i nited States will ever return to prae
tieas of virtue and honesty in mattersC
ASt. Paul cireular sa.w eis
pi;e.ed a ZL aa's - ed
Told you So.
In noticing the sappage of the
franking privilege. d lasteek.
it really made no WE rence in th
way of what wight s t
government, for that e ppme
one leak would onl - x cuW
to open anotherd. d emo Se
for the ilouse Judiciary Committee's
bill provides that the generous sum of
R1.712.S27.72, alleged to have been
saret br trditsmttnUafre of the
franking pryil.t,e. shall bce absi-rbed
ix an inirease of officiai salaries. Is
not this ke ngthe word of yrowise
to the ear and breaking it to the hope?
The Credit .Mobilier. What is it?
This question has been propounded
by a subscriber. and as there are oth
ers no doubt who will be interested by
an answer, diligent search has been
made, and we are happy in bein. able
to say with -uccess. The (Varier
Journal gives the following definition:
"Well, it is simply a double-joint
ed, back-acting swindling machine,
modeled after a French invention. but
it is of such intricate construction that
we couldn't well describe it without
the assistance of a quantity of diagrams
and the portrait of half the members
Seriously it really means, as another
paper calls it. a credit on movables,
the government giving credit and
Ames & Co., taking the movables. It
is a copy of the French corporation
organized in France in 1852. for ad
vancing money on movable property,
and was too good a mode for plunder
to be lost sight of in America. there
fore a similar association was organ
ized in Philadelphia, which was taken
in hand by Oakes Ar:es, an Honorable
Congressman. The fruits of the Cred
it Mobilier are now being reaped by
the guilty ones, whose crimes are be
ing daily revealed.
The Payal Arch (hapter of South
Carolina closed its session on the 12th
in Charleston, after electing the fol
M. E. Grand, H. P., James Birnie,
of Greenville; R. E. Dep. Grand H.
P., Augustine T. Smythe, of Charles
to; R. E Grand King. G. T. Berge.
of Columbia; E. E. Grand Scribe.
m. Z. Herndon. of Cokesbury; Rt.
Rev. Grand Chaplain, .J. L. (Carlilies,
of Sumter; E. Grand Treasurer, C.
Frank Jackson, of Columbia; E. Grand~
Seretairy, 3lyer B. 3Moses, of Sumter;
E. Grand Captain of the IIost, Harris
Covington, of Bennettsville; E. Grand
Royal Arch Captain. S. A. Durham,
of MIariou; Grand Sentinel. L. F.
3Iyer, of Charleston.
The following are the officers eleec
ed by the Grand Council. of Royal and~
Select M1aster M1asons, in Charleston
after the session of the Grand Chapter:
Companion Wilmot G DeSaussure,
M. P. (3. 31.; Comipanion F. W.
Lloyd, T. I. Dep. G. 31.; Companion
G. T. Berg, I. G3. (2. of W ; Corn
panion C. F. Jackson. I. G. Treasurer;
Companion Alex Lindstrom, I. G3.
Recorder; Companion W. H. D).
Gaillard, I. G. Marshal; Companion I
Zimermnan Davis, I. G. C. of G.;
Compaiion W- H. Girardeau, I' G.
Conductor; Companion L. F. MIyer,
'Removal of Troops.
Dispatches some days since stated
that the troops now in service in the
South would be removed for other
service. The cavalry we believe will
receive orders soon for leaving.
Whether the troops will all be with
awu or.not is not known, but if they
ire, some of themi will no doubt leave
with regret, foir their stay in the South
[as be en pleaant adtheir dut light,
in spite of the ery raised not only at the
North but here in our midst, by those
who are determnined to see no good in
hew South. Our peotplc, too, will r
ret the withdrawal of many of thenm,
>eause they have rendered themselves
iot only ag reeable, but have shown an
ippreciation of the true condition.
hey have not been in the way, but
-ather an aaquisition in keeping downi
n evil which the violent detractors of ti
he peaceful habits of the people would'
ike to force upon us. and for another
osideration beside, that they circu
ate a large-amount oft money through
~usness channels. In noticingc the
~eislative items this week it will be
eenl that resolutions have been passed
o request the President not to make
he removal. What the body is up~
o we know not. This resolution is a .
inder. however. on the State.
Since writing the above we find that
he rumor of etiie withdrawal is not
orrect, and that bt a few chances
vill lbe made.C
Ora WXEEKLY, a handsome eight page, a
iernry paper is before us. It eschews poll
ics-a good feature-and as a family tireside
aper is just what it should be. Its subscrip
ion is only S1.50O, and besides it gives vahtu
le premium= to subscribers. Itead card else-h
here, and send for a copy to JT. 0. H. Nut-b
ll, publisher, Charloc, N. C. f
OUR MIotrrr...-This excellent little
iotbly vi:r is mn time for Februa~ry. It
o cheap-only 50c. a year-that any one II
un aford to take it. -Address WV. P. Jacobs,t
inton, S. C. It contains a very interesting
rice on Aveleigh Church, by Silas John.
roue, Esq., which we shall publish in the tI
TherPresident has pardoued Bard8
Mixiister A.isoeintion of New-!
Rev. R. A. 3fickle, pa-i ofIe
Preivteriaa Church. Rev-John Stout, i
-Manning rown. 19tonAf theMtho
Chu;, and 4 . E.W. Kuhns,
r _ he I aT u ure.. met
togther'oii the 11th inst., for the pur
pOSO of rg1anizing a Ministers' Asso
ciation. The object of this Assucia
of the 1led 's Kiu(doim. th mu
tuil edification and enconra.zrment of
each other. and the spiritual welfare
W:1j>ier.oni uidi'~heir Rev.
Mickle was chosPn Preside'nt. :.d Rev.
Kuhns. Secretary of the Ora-anization.
All ministers if th. town ;id sur
rounding enuntry are invited to unite
with this Soietv. and visiting brethren
always welcome to attend its meetings.
The Asreintion will 1-h1- its recu
hr meetings en Tuesday of each week
at 10 o'clock, A. M.. at the residence
of one of the members. Revs. Stout
and Kuhns were appointed a commit
tee to draft a Constitution and Bye
Laws. to be submitted at the next
regular meeting-said neeting to be
held in the study of Rev. Stout.
It was agreed to hold Union Ser.
vices in the Baptist Church, the Presi
dent presiding, at 11 o'clock, A. M.,
on the last Thursday of February. be
ing the day appointed for prayer for
schools and colleges, said services to
consist of singing. reading of scrip
ture, prayer, and short addresses.
Tt was voted to request the editors
of both papers of this place to publish
H. W. KUHNS, Sec. M. A.
It is not be wondered at that in
such a heterogeneous assemly, and
one so filled with gas. that disorderly
scenes are sometimes enacted, and the
only wonder is that they occur not
more frequently. During the last
week a colored member refusing to
come to order, and making such vio
lent. deionstrat ions. spilling ink on
s-no of is own c.lvr. and other vio
latiows, was suspeuded until the next
ses.sion of the Legi.lature. It serves
him right,and 'tis a great pity that
others who are of no more use in the
Assembly than fifth wheels are to
coaches could not also be suspendedl,
or entirely put on the shelf. We do
not deniy that some good legislation
hia. bee-n done. or that there are some
good mn in this bodyv,both white and
Lolored, but :d4s the majority are not
wr: hy of the name of law-makers.
One among the efforte for gs.od is the
favorable disposition to exempt manu
'atuing interests from taxation. and
on which it is hoped will be carried
out. Among others we notice
A hill to encourage and provide for
the incorporation of agricultural and
mcha nical s(,cieties and associations
for the promotion of the arts and
A bill to enforce the payment of
the Poll Tax, passed its final reading.
A hill to incorporate the South
[arolina Agricultural and Mechanical
A bill in relation to School Funds.
which received their final reading~s.
The bill to make the office of Coun
ty Treasurer elective has been passed
in the Senate. and sent to the House.
The Governor ha s~ sned the follow
An act to renew the charter of the
Woffod College of Spartanburg.
An act to punish any p;ersons or
aersons who shall sell or convey any~
~eal property, etc., on which a lien of~
ny kind may exist, without giving~
:otice of such lien to the purchasers.
The Committee of Ways and Means
os reported the following tax bill for
:he fiscal year connneneing Nov. 1,
Por general expenses.......... mills
or deficiences 1872-3....3 mills
For schools...................2 mills
Lor conty purposee..........3 mills
In the Senate Whzittemiore intro
Ieed a concurrent resolution against
.he removal of the United States troops
'rom this State, which was adopted.
A concurrent resolution adopied in
he House readls as follows;
Whereas, it is believed that the
enate shall have completed its busi
ess and be ready to adjourn on the1
~0th inst., and -whereas, the expenses
ncidental ti the session of the General <
issembly, fall greviously on the hear- .
ly taxed people; therefore, be it
Resolv,ed, That the General Assem
>y do adjourn on the 20th of this
P>everly Nash, repudiationist has
ntrouced this short but expressive
ill in the Senate that "the State shall
tt be legally bound for the payment
f any de-bt contracted by any public
ificer other than a debt contracted byi
ich public officer under and by
utority of an act of the General
The ladies of Columbus, Georgia.C
:e resolved to "'discard Northern p
ner" and are wearing instead the
laid and cheek dresses manufacturedI
itheir own city. Our exchanges de-I(
Dminate this a glorious example, and
ink that a line of cotton mills from -
'altimore to St. Louis would injure
ne fanaties and monopolists of New
ngland more than all the soldiers the
uth could ever raise, or all thbe fB
miatu&ne c onM ever bQnid. I
IFA THE 11AALD.
TO MISS BETTIE X ......, OF NEWBERRY
"Tho' lost tosight to memory dear,"
And in thisbeart, thou dwellest ERE.
Thou loveliet Jowr from Fden's hower,
What sweevs.zhtprecious folds enclose,
What perfume th''by far more rare,
Than myrtle bloom or damask rose.
Thouen.fligh pter bright,
Doth rule supreme, where'r thou art;
Thy gentle bear.s like heavenly dreams
Dispel'the gloomfrorm every heart.
Thy charms divine my heart_entwine,
In bonds of Love's soft "silken chain;"
As visions from the bkies, so flash thine eyes
O'erwhelm my soul and fix thy reign.
Thou "sweetest sweet", hope's last retreat,
To thee my all I now resign;
No grief nor care I'll ever fear,
If thou wilt be rpy Valentine.
Feb. 14th, 1873.
Ti:E A. UTA CONVENTION.-A
'MENIORIA.L TO NNGRESS ON CHEAP
ruary 12.-The Agricultural and
Direct Trade convention adopted a
memorial to Congress on cheap and
uninterrupted transportation between
the 3Mississippi river and the South
Atlantic, and represents this to be the
most urzent and economical question
of the day. and sufficiently proved by
facts already before Congress, and
urges that it is the only complete
ineans of meetiog the wauts of first
class water eminiunications, avoiding
the high mountains and hard breezes.
The bride and groom of a recent Dela
ware wedding were born on the same
day of - the same mounth of the satie
year; both on the same evening, at the
same altar professed religion; both on
the same day joined the church and
were married on the anuiversary of
their comwon birthday.
It is easy to look down on others;
to look down on ourselves is the diffi
ANew A eJiscellaneons.
Is not necesary where a Iman uses as
mnuch Astral Oil as Marshall dues. In
with others or singly, you can and will be
well provided for at L. R. MARSHALL'S
noted Eating Saloon.
in groups of tour or by pairs around his ta
bles, eat ouf shad, oysters or anything else,
and afterwards arise with thc e-xclamation,(
An old, black horse mule, under medium
sze, with a scar on inside of left fore leg,
urchased on last Sale-tday at Newberry~
jourt House-Mr. Peterson, Auctioneer
as strayed off from the purchaser, a color
d man. He will give five dollars for his
ecovery. The party havinig the mule in
>ossession is requested to bring him to
ewberry Court House and deliver hinm
ither to Mr Peterson, or to
Feb. 19i, 7-1i. FRANK M00O.
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J. 0. 11. NUTTALL,
Publisher of Our Weekly,
Feb. 19, 7-if. Charlotte, N. C.
irst Quarterly Report of Town
Treasurer, Ending February
COUsCIL GuaiEY.as, Feb. 18, 1S73.
iquor License...............8,0 00
ines......................... 74 50
u,mber and Brick..............22 80
t. Exemip. Tax................ 105 00)
rav License.................. 70 00
~pecial License ....... .........40 00
iv. and Sale Stables........... 7 (i
ent................. ........2 5t
11. License................... 175 00
ol. DItty. ......................4(8 28
~. Duty ......................23.S5
orage.... .... ..................75
undrv Accounts.................4 60
al Fees..................... 85 30
~rinting...................... 28 So
ercants Accounts.............7 25
uard House.................225 in)
own Lot, (ad instalment). ... .. 4,055 00
~lerk's Conn..................145 01!
Tota...................... ,20 74
~alance on hand.............. 88 56
0. L. SCHU\MPERT, C'.&T.,T.C.N.
Fe b. 19, 7-itc.
Feb'y. 18th, 1873.
All par ties are hereby notified, that those
ho are in arrear in paying the Town tax on
al estate for the council year 1871-72, must
n>e forwa'rd AT ONeE, and pay by the first
f 1archi next, or their lands will be sold at
bic auction to pay said taxes and other
cpenses incurred in collecting the same.
y order of the Council
.J. P. POOL, Intendant.
O L Schnrmpert, C. &T. T.C. N.
Feb. 19, 7-2t.
1 ANTE~D, by a compe tent and reliable r
okkeeper to keep a set of Books. For3
ter information apply at thep
Jan. 2, Saf Ef&kW OFYIC..
Sales X .Vorices.
In the District Court of the United
States, District of South Carolina.
Ex-Parte-R. Y. Leavell, Assignee.
In Re-A. Harris, Bankrupt.
BY virtue of an order'of the Ifon. Geo.
S. Bry-in, Judge of the U. S. fPistrict Court
of the U. z., for S. C., dated the 7:h day of
February, 1,,73. I will sell at public auction
at Newberry C. IT., S. C., on the fir.-tt Mon
day in March nest, for CASH, the following
articles of por-son. property, belonging to
the estate of A. Harris, Bankrupt, to-wit:
I lot of Creo,-ry war-e, I lot of fur capes
a.nd muffs, 1 lot wa-erfalls, ribbons, jugs,
keys, &C., &c. R. Y. LEAVELL,
Feb. IS, IS72-7-2t. Assintiec, &e.
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND
POWER FOR SALE.
ON Twenty-Six Mile Creek, 6 miles North
of Anderson C. H., 7 miles from Old Pen
dleton, I mile from Blue Ridge Railroad,
4-0 acres, sixty acres in a state of good
cultivation, 135 forest land, heavy timbered
-some large stock-and the balarce pine
land. There i< a good Grist Mill on the
premises in running order A ith a large ru,
of custom. The water-power is Ruflicient
to run other machinery and easily applied;
in ten steps of the Pendleton Road.
For further particulars, address the un
dersigned at Anderson C. H.
Feb. 19, 7-^t.
Notice to Creditors.
The Creditors of Ephraiim Floyd, deceas
ed, are required to render in and establish
their denands before Messrs. Jones & Jones,
Attorneys, by or befoie the firt day of
April, 187 , as the undersigned will make
a final settlencn on said Estate on that
day in Probate Court, at Newberry Court
House, S. C., anu apply to said Court for a
Fi-.al Discharge as Administrator of said
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
Feb. 19, 7-4t. Adm'r.
NFWBERRY C. II.. S. C., Feb. 15, 1872.
BIDS for Repairing a bridge across In
dian Creek, near - Cromer's, in this Coun
ty, will be received by the County Contais
sioters, at Newberry Court House, up to
March 15th, at 12 M., when the contract
will be awarded to the lowest responsible
bidder. By order- of the Board.
DENNIS MOATFS, Chairnmn.
J. W. LAywaR, Clerk.
Feb. 19, 7-4t.
Administrators' Notice for Fi
I hereby give notice that I will apply to
the Probate Gourt ]or Newberry Ccuuty,
for a Final Discharge as Administrator, de
bonis no,, on the Estate of Christopher Ki
nard, deceased, on Saturday, the 22d day
of March next. All per-sons having claims
againbt said Est.. art ;equired to render
them in be!ore that tine to the undersign
ed. G A. COUNTS, Adum'r.
United States Marshal's Sale.
The United Stare of Amerh-a, Sooth Car
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri F-acias to mte
directed, issuting out of the Honorable the
United States Cireuit Court for the District
of Southt Carnhnt, I w iil expose for sale, to
the htighe-st bidder, at puP'e auction, at
New berry C. H., ont the lhird (3d) daty of
March, 187?., beintg the first Moniday of the
month, all the right, title and interest of
the Defendant in and to the following pro
1st. All that tract of I nd known as the
Blackburtn Place, (except that part of it
which lies ini the County of Laurens). bound
ed by lands of William Riser-, Estate of
Isaac Johnson, Mrs. Hlatton and others, and
coutainitng four hutndred (400)) acres, more
2d. Onue tract of land in the County of
Newberry, known as the Walden Place,
boutnded by lands of M. Suber, Mrs. Archi
sont anid others, atnd containing One Hin
dred anud Forty (140) Acres, tmore or les.
:d. One tr.act of lar d in the County afore
said, known as the Satn. Scott Place, bound
ed by Tract No. 2, and other lauds of the
Fstate of Sam'l Young, deceased, and con
taining One Hundred and Twenty (120)
Acres, more or less.
This property is levie;d on as the Estate
at Sam'I Yonug, decoeased, in the possession
f William Younug, Ex'or., to satisfy the de
ree in favor of Jlames Bonds, obtained in
he case of Hamilton Young and Bush,
gaitist William Youg, E:'or., and others.
TE:m-CASH. Pur-chasers to pay the
farshal for necssary pa pet-s andstamips.
The sale a ill be condtucted by- A. P.FPife r,
pec. Deputy MarThal, as Auctioneer.
IL. M. W ALLACE,
U. S. Mar-hal.
Feb. .5, ]1%3--6-3t.
SALE OF LAND.
BY virtue of authority given us by Al
fred Wilson, in a convance of his land to
us, (by way of ttor;gage,) ini case of the
on-payn.enttt of a cert ain sumi of m:oney
herein specified, we will sell at publie anre
ion, at Newberry- (ourt House, S. C., on
he First Monduay in March next, the land
pecified in sadd mortgage, namely
Onue lot of hind situate in Newherry
ountry, ard Stat:e uforesaid, otn waters of
ush River, containing tn and otne-fourth
cres, moret-a or loss, atnd bounded by lands1
f E. P. Ldke, Jolhn William;s and Estate of
esse Coat", dece.is'd. Said lot is well im
roved with good buildlings and a good
Tet nts of S,de.-Cash.
LOVELAGE & WHEELER.
IN COMMON PLEAS--NE WBERLRY.
ary W. Nance, per W. F. Nauce, Trustee,
aguaitns .J. K. G. Nance, and Ri. D. Nance,
F.x'or-s of F. Nance, deceased, Drothuea A.
Nanuce, and F. W. R. Nane, defendants.
IN COMMON PLEAS-NEW BERRY.
aura E. Nance, per W. F. Natuce, Trustee,
. K. G. Nance, and R. D. Nance. Ex'rs of
F. Nantce. deceased, Dro:hea A. Nance and
y. W. RL. Nance, defendants.
By virtue of exectutions to me directed in
he~above stated eases, I have levied on the
roperty of John K G. Nane-', and will sell
n the First Monday in Marchl next, the fo:
wing Real Estate as the p)roperty of tbe
id .lohn K. G. Nanc, subject to a home
read therein to be laid off before day of
One tract of land containing el-even hiun
red acr-ee, more or less, and hounded by
nds of Mrs. A. L. Brown, .Joseph Cald well,
state of Richard Sondley, deeased, T. W.i
aldwehl, deceased, T. B. Kenn-rly. estate of;
.F. Sligh, deceased, and .1. C. S. Brown. I
Plats exhibited out d:y of sale of the home
ead and the !and to be sold.
Terms of sale-ca-It.
.1. .T. CARRINGTONY, S.N.C. I
Feb 10 1873, 3t 810
Notice is hereby given thxat I will apply It
the Judge of Probate Court, for New-|
rry County, ont the 13thx day of March
xt, for a final discharge as Trustee of
ary C. Abramts. M. FOOT,
Trus-tee of Mary C. A,br8a.
fab. 1 1B78.6-. .
Newberry, S. C.
Feb. 12. 6--tf.
Come and Secure a
from Motte & Tarrant's stock
of Fancy Goods, Perfumeries,
Soaps, &c. These goods are
to be sold AT COST. Cal,
price them, and you will buy.
Dec IS 2m Receiver.
Banking and algencies.
CAROLINA NATIONAL BANK,
COLUMBIA. S. (.
Capital Stock Paid In, $300,000.
Board of Directors.
L. D. CHiLDS. Pres.. Ji No. T. DAP.EY.
J. W. PARELn. Vice-Pres., P X. WALLACE.
C. D. 31-LTON. Solicitor. .JNO. S. Wtlxy.
R. O'NZALIC. Jr., E. HoPE.
W. B. GULIcE, taslier.
C. J. IlaYLL, As8't Cashier.
IN addition to the ordinary and usual
Bank of Columbia, S. C., issues Interest
beiritig Gertificates for any amount, pay:%
Ile on demand, and hearing seven per cent.
interest from date, interest coilectable every
ix months, if the ''ertifieute ha not been
previously presented. Deposits in gc.ld re
ceived on same rerits, and intetest paid in
kind. Deposiors havi~e all the adv.antages
A SAVINCS BANK,
and the safety of their deposits is guaran
teed by ai pid.*up capital of Three Hundred
TI,onsand Do lars. Persons having funds'
which they wishi to inivest tempo' arily, wi_ll
fEnd this a safe mneants of mnvestment, return
able upon demand, and always ready for
use should a more profitable investment of
Remittances may: be mad e by Express,
and Certifie.ites will be returne'd by mail
Columbi.i, S. C., Nov. 14, 1872.-48-1m
Notice of Co-Partnerships
W. P. RUSSELL & D. A. J. SULLIVAN.
-The unideraigned have formed a Co-Part
tiershiip to datte fronm the first day of Febru
ar'.. 173, under the firm name of RUSSELL
& SULLIVA N. To contract for and Erect
Buildings and in Gen.erail House Carpentry.
They will, also, give their especial atten
ion to all kinids ol .Jobbing Work, and are
rep:i red w i:h their un parraileled facilities
to do work with neatness and dispatch.
Special attention will be given to putting
in Store Fronts aind Fitting up Stores with
:catness an;d dispatch at mnode'rae charges.
TfHEY HAVE FA:11LITIES NOT EQUAL
ED IN THlE STATE FuR PREPARING
HUILDINGS FOR SHIPMENT comnplete in
every part, and the en:tire Building-tinish
ready to put on, and w ill contract to put up
and finish the Buildin;:s in a ny part of the
PLANS, SPECIFICATIONS and ESTI
MATES furnished on application AT MGD
ERATE CHARGES. 0ffice and Workshops
last end IIasel-2.treet.
W. P. RUSSELL.
D). A. J. SULLIVAN..
Feb. 12, 6 -m.
Dissolution of Partnerships
TIHE Partnership heretofore existing tin
Ter the name and Stv!e of T. F. & R. H.
1RENEKER, in the proprietorship and
onduct of the Newber-ry HI.aLtn is now
lissolved by nmutual concent-the iunio.r
artner, R. H. Greneker, withdrawing fronm
T. F. GIRENFEKER,
R. H. GRENEKER.
Jant. 31st, 1873.
The business will be conducted as usual
ay the undersigned, to whom all office
laimns will be presented. All parties in
lebied are regtuested to settle their accounts
tonce. THoS. F. GRENEKER.
PertoD$20 Apgnts Wanted !
1e of either sex,c young or old. make more mon
tv at work for us in thbeir spare moments, or all
me time. thaix at anything else. Particulars
ree. Address G1. .$tinson & Co.. Portland,
dane. Jan. 15. 2-ly.
Apply St tis .>ffice. _____ I
~tate of South Carolina, County of
IN PRlOBATE COU'RT.
o Mary A. Blatck and A. C. Black, heirs a:
laiw of Tranmore F. Blick, deceased:
You are hereby required to appear att thej
ourt of Probate, to be hoilenI at Newber-j
- Court House, for Newberry County, onf
e 12th day of March next, to shew cause,
any you can, why the proceeds of the
lie of ihe real estate of Tranmaore F. Black,I
ceasedl, sold by me for partition and di
sioni. Shoutld not be paid over to Aaron
. Dominick, Admuinistrato,r of the .aidl
ranmore F. Black, to be appiied by him to
e payment of the debts of the said Tran-.
ore F. Black.
iven tinder my hand and seal this 27th
.s.] day of Ja2uary, A. D. 1873.
J. P. LEAIIY.
Proba.te Jndige of Newberry Counity.
SJan. 29, 4-tit. + 14.25
Notie is h ereby given that I wil Ima ke a
trienment int the Jttdge of Probate's Office
r Newberry County, on thte second day of
pril next, on the Estate of Dr. W. IB. Mc
ellir, and apply for discharge as Admniis
a'rii thereof. All pen.o:h indebtedl toi
id Estate will be reqnired to make imme
ate payment or suit will he instituted.
E.1 tr. McELAR A 4dm'c .
LANDS FOR SALE
THE' subscriber expecting to move his
Machinery nff,-r.s FOR SALE Eho place
where he is :ow living, wirt
Two Hundred Acres of Land
attached. The Dwelling House is a two
story btuildin, one of the nios cotn!ortable
and best looking country residences in the
County, containing seven rooms, lathed and
plastered, with Kitchen (lathed and plaster
ed) immediately attached to it. The out
buildings are commodiou:s-the stables,
barn and crib, covering about one-third of
at acie, are all under one roof. The soil is
good and water most excellent. The place
is about six nmil,es from the spot where ar
rangements have beeTi inade to locate a De
pot on the Air Line Railroad.
Twenty lots adjoit,ing sane, containing
Fifty Acres of Land, toro or less. These
lands lie in the fork between Thompson's
& MuCool's Beaverdam Creeks. and contain
sonie bottom as well as uplind. They are
mostly uncleared and are s.ell adapted to
the raising of cotton, corn, wheat and other
grains. If a purchaser de.ire he can ob- i
tain a larger or smal'er number of acres
than the above.
One tract on Pack's Creek, at the head of
Jeiikins' (formerly Barrett's) n:ill pond,
containing about Seventy Acres-twenty
acres or more of bottom land, which, to be
rendered as productive as formerly, need
re-ditching. These hottoms have produced
over sixty bushels of corn to the acre.
To an approved Co-partner, (a Millwright I
preferred) one-half interesf. it the Water
Power, Mills and Buildings known as Whil
den's Factory. (Factory Machinery, &c., ex
cepted,) and Two Hundred Acre; <-f Land
imnmedi:,tely around and adjoining the
same. The land is of excellent quality,
containing both upland and bottont. The
water power is a very safe one with a fall
of twenty feet or more.
For tenis, which will be reasoiable, ap
ply to R. FURMAN WHILDEN,
Whilden Hall, P 0.,
Jan. 22, 3-6t. Greenville Co., S. C.
The State of South Carolina,
To Eliza.eth Evans and David Kinard, ab
sent defeiants, and legal heirs and re
presentatives of Jhn Kinard, who died
You are hereby required to appear at the
Court ofI Probate, to be holden at Newber
ry Court House, for Newberry County, on
the seventh day of February, A. D. 1873,
,o show cause, if any voi can, hy the Real
Estate of Johni K!itard, deceased, described
in the petition of Mary Koon, filed in my
office shotild not be divided or sold, allot
ng ii it prtion;s ac'ordin to law to Mary
Koon, Catharine Kinard, William D., John
T., George W., Martha C.. mind Mary A. Bo
land, Eustacie Counts, Wistar Silber, Eve
Kinard, Louisa Kinard, Elizabeth Evans,
Martha Cromer, Jane Cromer, Catiarine
Wilson, - Koon, wife of Wallace Koon,
Rachminan Cronier, Su.sari Cromer and David
Kiinard, after having first satisfied the miort
gage over the Real Estate of said deceased,
held by John D. Saiber, George B. Suber,
Jacob B. Suber, William 0. Eleazer and
JTamnes A. Welch, as the Executors of C.
Given uder ,~ lyhand anad seal, this six
[L.. s.] teenth da? or January, A. D. I87Z.
J. C. LEA HY,
Judage of Probate, New berry County.
FAIR, POPE & POPE,
To Eliz.abeth Evans and David Kinard, ab
Take notice, that the object of the peti
tion in this action is to obtain partitiion of
the pieni:ises described in said petition,
wlihi is filed in the office of thle Probate
.Judge [or New berry Conutty, S. C., to be
made among the parties in interest, accord
ing to law, after seilling so tmuchi or said
land as will satisfy the nmortgage over the
same. FAIR, POPE & POPE,
Jan. 22, 3-fat. Newberry C. II., S. C.
Stiae of South Carolina, County of
Newberrv. -In Probate Court.
Mary Koon, PlainttifT, against Catharine Ki
naird, John D. Wedifamn, as Adnm'r., and
Petit ion for Partition of L and.
Pursuant to the ord!er of the Probate
Jud;;e, I will sell all that tract of land, sit
uate in the County antd State aforesaid, con
tiniting one hundred aid five acres, miore
or less, hounded by lands of Mrs. Margauret
Kinard, David Wedamman, Join Riser
Georg~e Rikard and others--beinig the real
estate of which .Johtn Kin:.rd died, seized
and poslessed, at Newberry Court House,
on the First Monday in March tnext.
Terms of Sale-One-halt in cash, and the
other half on a eredit 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
for papers. Purchaser shall have privilege
:>f payit:g all ens.h.
J. J. CARR[NGTON, S. N. C.
Feb 5, 5-4t. :9.75.
Stain of South Carolina, County of~
Newvberry.-Ini the Court of Comn
,tilh C. il ~son, ais tihe Admintistrator of
the Estate of Thmos. R. Wilson, deceased,
Plitf,ai:;st Frederick Boozer, De
Complaint for Forectosure of Morigage.
Pt:rsuanlt to the decretal order of the
IIon. M. Motes, Judiage of the Judicial Gir
cuit, I wil sell at Newhmerry Court House,
mn thle Firs: Monday of March next, the
following mamee:a of l.itnd as the property of
the D.:etndant, Frederick Boozer, to-wit:
Tract No. 1--Contrain:ing 47 3-5 Acres,
hounded by innadS of Hentry D. Roozer,1
adisont Lonmgs.ore, ad others.
Tract No. tt.-&'ontaining 75% Acres,
houded by lands of A. .J. Longshmore, Tractj
No. 1, anad oth.ers.
TIract No. 2.- Cotttaminie'g -t Aer,bonad
edl by l.ands of A. JT. Longsh ore, Tract No.
and No. 2, tad others.
TERas or S.uE-Onte-thaird Cashi, and the
ither two-thirds on a credit untitl I st day of
Jeember next, with iterest thereoni from
lay of sale ;the credit portion to be se
~ured by bond of purchaser' with a mort
~age of the p)r enaises. Purchaser to playI
JT. J. CARRINGTON. S. N. C.
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[N T HE COMM(;N PLEAS--NEW
.lizax R. Stewart, Adma'x., vs. Joseph Pear
son aind wife, et al.
Comrplainit for Relief.
The Creditors of the Estate of R. Stew.4
rt, dee'd., are requrired to render in anal es-t
.h!ish their demnands before the under
igne.d, as Referee, on or before the first
av of March, next.
- T1UOS. M. L AKE. ?
Jan. 21, 1873-Z-st. O 10
(OTICE FOR SETTLEMENT. -
The Creditors of the estate of John Swit
emburg, deceased, will present their claims,
roperly attested, to the subscriber, at his se
sidetnce, near J.alappa, S. C.. on or before f
14e 22nd of February, 1873, as otn that day A
will make a settemnent on said estate,K
tid w:ll apply for a final discharge from t
be admtiuistration thereof. s
WM. L. W ATERS. Adnm'r., id
WHAT WE SAY I
And cordially invite our
friends, customers, and the
TO COE AND SEE
IlF IT I8 NOT 8O.
For having purchased the
entire stock of Mr. Mathias
Barrc, and removed to the
commodious store lately oc-e
cupied by him, with cur origi
ual stock, we can offer a
Never Before Equalled
McFALL & POOL,
At M. BARRE'S Old Stand4
All persons inldebd to us for 1871
nid 1S72. are advised to come and