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MS. F. GRENEKER, EDITOR,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 30, 1874.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herld( is in the highes' re.q)ect aFam
ily New.4p;,per, devoteg, to the material in
'Wrests of the people of thi Co.ntv and the
State. I. ctreulates ixoni ivly, and a an
Advertisittrg medlizum o:rer, uiale u
vantages. For Terms, see rirst page.
COKESBURY D!STRTT--MANN:N G
BROWN, P. E.
Cokesbury- station-m . W. Biarber.
Cokesbury circuit-S. P. 1. EIwell.
Abbeville station-J. A. Mood. Ab
J)evillc eircuit-T. S. Darie1l. C. 1).
Mann., South Abbeville circrit-J.
C. Counts. North Edgefield-G. W.
Creightoi. Lowndesvilld station-C.
H. Pritchard. Tumbling Shoals cir
eit,-N. K. Melton. Greenwood cir
cuVit+ . W. Murray, W. R. F. Wight
ma' , . I. Lawton, supernumerary.
Newberry, station-R1. P. Franks.
Newberry cixuit-T. G. H1erbert, L.
f.-Bcatty. Little Salada circuit
M. If. Pooser.
.-01.T- flOATD OF FINANCE.
4;harleston distriet-D. J. Simmons,
V. C. 0ible; Orangeburg district
I. G. Jones, M. J. K:1ler; Columbia
distriet-T. mitchell, J. II. Kinsler;
Sumtier -:strit-S. j. ,lll, A. A.
6 ilbert,; 3tlr-on d;.stri:,t-A. J. Stoke,s,
A. W. Brunson; Spartanburg district
-J. B. Traywik, R. if. Yeargin;
Greeavilie district-W. W. Mood, 1.
K. James; Cokesbury district-C. II.
PrItehard, J. F. C. Dupre.
FOR THE HERALD.
The One-Sided Rnie.
SI. Fjnvon.-Tie cotton buyers
ha a rule in the weiglit of cotton
bales that does not work both ways,
aad is. threfo-e, not a just one. TL
iLustrate: I carry a bale of cotton tc
market.; I offer it for sale : a ur.erchant
exawi the sawple and buys it at
U Ci 1; have it weighed; it
.weiehs 3l0 lbs: he takes off the one
vu.-zh of a cent because it did not
weigh 40'G lbs. Now. s,. I contend
that I sold him tihe cotton :md not the
pouLnds in thec bale. Suppose the balc
-weighed 410 lbs, woul he have given
mle 183 cents for thie cotton ? No. sir,
mot if' it had weighed 500 lbs. The
reason ggn, or rather subt.sfuge-fut
thel-e is neither reason nor jstice inl
the rule-is that he pays as muel
freight on a 390 lb. bale as he does
on a 4IO~ lb. bale. But dos heC not
galii 10 lbs. over his standard bale ol
400 bales. If it had we in~ed 500
lbs. lhe gains 100 lbs. Ti:e rui't
therefore, does rot work l"et's WayS
atnd is unfair and unjust. I hope tixc
i1ext meeting of the Council eKi'at rons
Tof Ihusbandry will investigte thih
subjet. A PATRON.
MIL.: A LA., LecembelUr 2.-A
fatal duel took paee in MIississippi:
near G;reen Bay, at 12 noon to-day.
The principals were A. H. Tardy ::u6
B3. D. Lay,.beth of tiiis ecity. Seonds,
for Tardy, Col. J. 31. WilliamIs; o
Lay, Capt. P. 3I Murphy.
Mr. Tardy was killed at first fire,
being shot through the heart. IIis
body was brought in to-night on the
New Orle:ns train. There is umuch
feelnz over it
.in ori:un is said to be an artic.c
Ili J Ini!:nee j..uroa], written by
Trt:, :V. WCO cosIrued by Lay intota
Insurance Company here, of which he
iactuary. Lav struek Tardy in the
f:tee ou Tuesday, on the street. and
Tiardv challenged him. The challenge
was acepted and tihe duel fought witl
th?e above named result.
THE AtmD$E for Jann.ry, 187.5. is duly at
hand, and is certainly entitled to the credit of
being the very best number yet issued ot
that very beautiful publication._ In both
pictures and li:erary matter, this month,
there is an inflirie variety and correspond
ing excellence. Pictorially, the leading at
traesons are "A Daughter of Cleopata.'
after Vernet-Lecompte, by John S. Davis
an adiriabi* work of art, and s::pplyinigotie
of the highest types ox the duskier Oriental
iseauty; thnree magnificent views of the
mountains of the 'elaware Water-Gap,-' il
lustrating that picturesque region to fine ad.
vantage: an attractive fal-ipage. also by Da
vis, "Fisherman's Luck;" "Love's Offices,"
b'y Siegerr, and "The Appointment," by Otto
Erdmnann,tu o admirable com panion pictures,
telite tl:eir stories with life and vior a
very e riking 'Siiver Full-Monlightr," weird
Jy nt:rceiveu; a fine view of' the new "West
ern Union Telegra.ph Building," New York:
'and an elaborately executed portrait of' Miss
Margr a B. Moore, the popular elocution
ist. Such an array of pictorial charms is not
often given in one number, even by 'The Al
The literx'y contents embrace a rare collec
tio, ard want of space only prevents an en
naterat-ion of th;e variety presented, and which
make .un issue of equal excellence and varie
tt, rrgpren for The Aldine, and evidences
t'he fac't tha: under the new editorialmanaige
mntn, whi:e nothiing is to be lost in .high ar
11:9 reputation, the literary merit of the
~ueicati:mn is to be kept quite abreast with
The .4Jiuo Company has determined to es
tab!fsh an .\it Union, similar to the, well
known Ar;t,ii'ion in England, and distributes
its trods of art, both sculpture and paint
ings, which are constantly collecting, among
its subscribers. Art premiums, valued at
S!?,50r, will be distributed among each series
0ft000 subscribers. Subscription tickets, at
*e'.00 each, entitle the holder to 'The Aldine
sor a year, to the new chromo, and to a ticket
in the distribution of art premiums. The
Aldine Company, publishers, No. .58 Maiden
Lane, New York City.
FtiRCHGO'Tr, BENEDIer & CO., CHARLEs
'rs S. C.-PRESENtTs FOR THE HOI,tDAYs
- Sandard Print, 6k'. up. Long Clt,from
6e. up. Sheeting, 30c. up. Vn ool Fanl
2.5c. up. Fine Dress Goods and Alpacas, 25c.
up. Wool BSlankets, S1.85 per pair up. Full
lines of Jeans, Cassimeres, Cloths, Ribbons,
and eveFy variety of DresS Coods, Cloaks,
Shawls, Furs, Ho~usekeeping Goods, Carpets,
*Oli Qothis, Rugs, etc. Keeping the largest
s.and best selected stock South, we can, with
-confidence, assure our friends and the public,
thnat by purchasing of us, by order, or per
sonally, they will save from 20 to'25 per cent.
Samples sent on application. All retail or
der-s over s10 sent free of charge. G;oods
sent C. 0. D). Make remittances by P. 0.
rder, D)rafts or per Express. Branches At.
ga ( a., and Jacksonville, Fla., .where
.' an be obtained at the Same prnees.
24th December, 1874, by Rev . J. L. Shu
,ord, Mr. .T. GILLAX SENN and Miss SALLIE
E. SHUFORD, daugh!er of the officiating
minister, in Newberry.
Bride's favor received.
Christian Neighbor please copy.
On the 28th inst., by Rev. H. W. Kuhns,
Mr. Jou, FLITER and Mrs. CAROLINE SAT
L:R, both of Newberry Co., S. C.
ECLECTIC MAGAZINE.-The January num
bor of the Eeleetic is at hand, and is embel
1I-h,d with two beautiful steel engravings:
one a child-picrure entitled "Blind-Man's
Buff," and the other "Vandyke Parting
from Ruben-,;." and these engravings are
alone worth the price of the January number.
The fo,!owing list of the contents of the
.Tanury number will indicate how wide the
constituency is to which the Eclectic appeals:
Modern Scientific Materialism: Saxon Stu
dies. . Dresden Environs, by Julian H1aw
thorne; The Ancient Classics; On the H1ypo
the-i, -t!;, Animal-: Pre Antomata, by Pro
tentr Hnx1oy; Feuflfi China: In Memory
t" I. rv Cornwn! . by A rernon Charles
Swiuburne: FRr frotn the -'tdding Crowd,
by Thomas Hardy: The Classification of
Comets, by Richard A. Piactor, B.A., F.R S.;
"Old Labels:'' Mv Grandmother; The Old
est Fairy Tale in the World; Mr. Mill's Re
lizioun. Cotiession: First Principles of Aerial
Tran.sit; Mr Ruskin on Mr. Ruskin; The
I:i<kh Asotiation. 1874: Literarv Notices;
Fore'en Literary Notes; Science and Art;
Pui>iished by E. R. Pelton, 108 Fulton
Street, New York. Terms, 55 a year; two
copies, $9. Single number, 45 cents. Post
age prepaid at these rates.
TE SciOoLDAY MAGAZINE-ENLARGED
AND IMPRC- r -The Schoolday Magazine
:or is ju iy' 875, appears in a much en
:.vd and inpruved form. This number
beglii the Nineteenth Annual Volume, and
is now the oldest among all thejuvenile pe
riod*cals, and is steadily growing and im
proving. George Cary Eggleston's story of
ths Creek Indian War is alone worth the
price of the whole Magazine. The Chromo
.1iven to its sub:eribers is the handsomest
tF ng of the kind offered by any publication,
and the inducements to agents are enough
to set all the boys and girls in America to
work. Terms, $1.50 a year. Send ten cents
for specitnevi number of Magazine, list of
Priemiums, description of picture, and par
t -u!3r4 about canvassing to J. W. Daugha
da% & Co.. Publishers, 434 and 436 Walnut
S'.. Philadelphia, Pa.
PENN MONTHLY.-The -Inuarv number
of thie very meritorious monthly is received.
Is contents are varied and interesting, and
embrace the following, viz: The Month;
Shall we give up Sunday?; Pioneer Govern
meut of Oregon; Miniature Painting; Viol
i-le-Due; The Parthenou; The Voyages of
the Z -nos: Value of Paleontology: Presi
de it Grant on Fiuances: New Books, &c.
The reader who wants a substantial paper
will do wet; ,o send to the Penn Monthly As
sociation. 506 Walnut St., Philadelphia, :3,
acd get the above named.
BE .IUST TO YOUnSELF AND GE.NEROUS
TO YOUR W irE.-Keep your farm accounts
correctly and regularly in ihe "Rural Ac
countant," and give Your w.fe a copy of the
"Carolina louswife.' The larg- sale of the
Rura! Aceo>untant has enabled the publishers,
Wa ker, 1:vanz & Cogswell, Charleston, S.C.,
to stereotype the forns and thus reduce the
cost. They now offer the small size at S1,
and the large at S1.50 per mail, postage pre
paid. The Carolina Housewife is Miss Rut
ledge's old established cookery book, and
should be in ever- house in Carolina. 50-tf
A Valuable Medical Treatise.
Ilostetter's United States Almanac for 1875,
for distribution, gratis, throughout the United
State., and all civilized countries of the West
ern Ilemisphere, will be published about the
first of January-, in the English, German,
French, Norwegian,welsh, Swedish, Holland,
Bohemiaa and Spanish languages, and all
who wish to undertand the true philosophy
of health should read and ponder the valuable
suggestions it contains. In addition to an
Sadmirabl' medical treatise on the causes, pre
vention and cure of a great variety of diseases,
it embraces a large amount of information
interesting to the merchant, the mechanie,
the miner, the farmer, the planter, and pro
fessional man; and the calculations have
:been made for such meridians and latitudes
as are most suitable for a correct and comn
prehenisive National Calen der.
The nature, uses, and extraordinary sani
tary effects of Ilostetter's Stomach Bitters,
the staple tonie and alterat:ye of more than
half the Christian world, are fully set forth in
its pages, which also are interspersed with pie
torial ijlustratious, valuable recipes for the
household and farm, humorous anecdotes,
and other instructive and amusing reading
matter, original and selected. Among the
Annuals to appear with the opening of the
year, this wili be one of the most useful and
may- be hal for the asking. The proprietors,
Messrs. Hlo-tetter & Smith, Pittsburg. Pa.,
on receiptof a two cent stamp, will forward
a cpy y milto any person who cannot
procure one in his neighborhood. The Bit
ter, are sold in every city, town and village,
and extensively used throughout the entire
Pursuant to the order of tihe Hon. James
C. Leahy, Judge of Proba te, I will sell,
On Thursday. the 7th .Day of Jan
:.t the late residence of Bayluns M1. Buzzard,
deceased, all the Persotnal Property of said
deceased, consisting of
Household and Kitchen Fur
niture, FOR CASH.
As Adm'r., Est. of B. M. Buzzard, dec'd.
Dec.O2AS 18 B-52-2t,
OFFICE OF COUNTY TREASURER,
Newberry, So. Ca., Dec. 29, 1S741.
The offiee of the County Treasurer is
now open for the payment of taxes, and
will remain open every day froni date until
the :>.th of ,Jan'uasy, after which time a
penalty of 20) per cent. accrues upon all
taxes remaining unpaid. The following is
the rate of taxation:
For State Purposes, 10 2-5 Mills.
For County Purposes, 3; Mills.
For Pension ad Past Inidebtedness, 1 Mill.
Fo Schoo Purposes, Township No. 1,
For School Purposes, Township No. 2,
For School Purposes, Township, No. 3,
For School Purposes, Township No. 41,
Fo.' School Purposes, Township No. 5,
~FrSchool Purposes, Township No. 8, 2?
For School rPorposes, Township No. 10, 1
For School Purposes, Township No. 11,
No School Tax levied in Townships Nos.
6, 7 an.d 0.
Taxes payatble in Gold or Silver Coin,
Treasury Notes and National Bank Bills.
All orders and school claims must be pre
sented for paynimint on the first Saturday
after the 1st and 15th days of each month.
JESSE C. SMITH,
Dec. l30, 52-2t. County Treasurer.
Progressive Age copy once.
Notice of Final Discharge.
On the 2d day of February, 1S75, I will
apply to the Judge of Probate for Newberry
Couty, at Newberry C. H., S. C., at 11
o'clocIC A. M., for a final discharge as Guar
dian of Sarah L. Moseley (nlee Duncan), de
ceased. JOHN T. DUNCAN,
Dec. Z0, 52-5L- Guardian.
SALE OF LAND.
On Sale-day in January next, I will sell,
in front of the Court House, 75 ACRES OF
L AND, making a valuable plantation ; ad
joining lands of Mrs. White and John T.
Hill, not far from Chappeli's.
MRS. E. A, PAYNE.
.Vew ' .Mise
THE STON PHOSP
C HEA RLE S
The very best Fertilizers for COTTON, COR'
Prepared under the -pecial supervision of the I
Ca-h, Apr. 1st, V60;
Cash, Apr. 1st, $33;
Recognizing the advantages of Cash transac!
turer, we offer our Fertilizers at the following
On1 all orders accompanied by Cash, (not oth
SOLUBLE GUANO, (thoroughly ami
ACID PHOSPIIATE, net cash.
For Circulars and other particulars, apply to
Dec. 30, 52-3m.
I. B. LE0NARD & 30.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Imported and Domestic Segars,
Of which we always have on hand a large
and superior stock.
Imported and Domestic
Wines and Liquors
OF BEST QUALITIES.
Always in store Pure North Carolina
CORN WHISKEY, APPLE and PEACH
J. B. LEONARD & CO.
Nov. 4, 4.-:m.
A. B. MORRISON,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Having permanently located in Newber
ry, I respectfully inform the citizens of Cie
towin and surrounding country, that 'l ami
prepared to execute all orders which may
be entrusted to me in my line. My long
experience as a Merchant Tailor, makes me
confident that I will give entire satisfaction,
and all I ask is a fair trial. Cutting in the
latest style, and a' work done in the neat
riace of business over Capt. J. F. Speck's
Cleaning and Repairing done promptly.
Sep. 30, 29-4m.
JNO. E. 1ITBB & 10.,
Will always PAY TUE IGHIEST MAR
KET PRICES FOR COTTON, and also
make LIBERAL ADVANCES to parties
wishing to ship to either New York, B3os
ton or Charleston.
STORAGE ! STORAGE !!
Parties wishing to STORE COTTON w.ill
do well to call on MESSRS. JNO. E. WEBB
& CO., who will store on the most reason
able terms, also insure when desired.
Sep. 23, 38--tf.
We are now.offering
New McClellan Saddles, from.$3.50 to $4
Harness, from $15 to $50.
Collars, Hog Skin, at 75e. to $1.25 each.
Plow Bridles at $10 per dozen.
Fine Sommersetts and Shaftoe Saddles
made to order.
Give us a call. We manufacture, hence
our low prices.
CHAPEAU & HEFFRON,
6s MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sep. 30, 39-3m.
BBB3B 000 000 K K SSSS
B B lO 00O O K K S
B B1 00 OK K S
BBBB 0 0 0 O KK S
U ItO () 0 O K K S
B BO O0 O K K S
BBBB11 000 000 K K SSSS
FOR IIOLIDAY PPESENTS!
HERALD BOOK STORE,
UP STAIRS. OVER HAI0N'S.
F. N .,ARER
SUCCESSOR TO WEBB, JONES & PARKER,
netween P'oors Hotel and the Post Ortlee,)
Having bou;:ht the E NT IR E S TO0C K
of the Harness and Saddle Manufactory of
Messrs. WVebb, Jones & Parker. I am pre
pared to do all kinds of work in this line.
Also will keep on hand for sale, H ARNESS,
SADDLES, &e., HARNESS LEATHER,
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER, &c.,
of the best and cheapest. REP'AIRING
and all work done to order<
At Cash Prices and at Shortest
AND AND LABOR OFFIIE.
The undersigned, having established a
Land ar.d Labor Office in the town of New
berry, S. C., will buy and sell lands, or ne
gotiate sales for lands. Also provide Ia
borers to work for wages; or to work for(
part of the crop, or to rent lands.
He will also procure homes for immi
grants, and will co-operate with the regular
established immigration agencies for the
aj B.. B. Holman is employed to assist
in the management of the office, and Rev.
H. W. Kuhas and C. G. Jaeger, Esq., have
consented to attend to the interpretation
and correspondence. H. HI. BLEASE.
Apr. 15, 15-tf.
4 NEW PASSENVER ROUTE A
81TH OAROLINA AA
The attention of the traveling public along 1
WTTMTNGTON, COLUEBIA & AUGUSTA, CEA0
GREENVILLE &ND COLUI
and at Columbia, is inviteil to the special arran.
atomunxodation in vIsitin, columbia and Clarit
FAT PASSENGER TRAINS between Columbia
Columbia with the Charlotte, Columbia and Au;
Roads, enabling the Citizens along the line 0 thi
and Wilmington, Columbia and Augusta Rail Ro
ample time to tranSact business and return hom
business men of Columbia an! along the Charlo
toin. Columbia and Augu:ta Rail Roads to visit (
fortable manier and without loss of time. The:
Leave Charlotte................... .40 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.................... '.42 P. M.
Leuve Columbia...................... s.1 5 P. M.
Leave Florence.........................12.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. ...........6.15 A. M.
Leave Charleston .................... G.00 P. M.
Leave Florence............. . . . 2.00 A. 11.
Arrive at Columbia............. 4.00 AM.
Leave Columbia. .................... .245 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte............... P. M.
Dec. 23, 51-tf.
'1874, FAL AND
R. & W. C. E
Are now opening the largest,
HITS AND GENTS' F
That can be found in the City.
IN OUR CUSTOM:
We have a full line of FOREI(
SIMERES and VESTINGS, IV
der in the best manner, and gu4
All orders will have best atte
Goods sent C. 0. D., subject 1
JOIN C. DIAL,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Latls,
Locks, Hinges, Nails, Bradi, White Leads
and Colored Paints, Varnishes, Brushes,
Paint Oils, Glass, Putty, &c. to
All goods warranted as represented, and dt
priecs guaranteed as lo-.. as any louse in of
this city for same quality of goods.
Nov. 4, 441-3m. fa
Whole.:ale and Retail Dealer in
G1ocoics8, Wine8, IJU0ls
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
CORNEMAIN AND TAYLOR STREETS,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
SERVED IN EVERY STYLE in my Sa- I
loon in rear of the Store.
Nov. 4, 44-2mn.
Successor to G. N. THOMPSON & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES, a
HATS, CAPS AND LEATHER,
Traveling Bags & Umbrellas.
CO0L U MB IA, S. C.
Nov. 4, 44-2m.
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHIN AD HATN
MENS' FURNISHING GOODS.
KINARD & WILEY,
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Respectfully announce that their stock of
CLOTHING and HATS is complete, and will
be kept so through the season; is the largest C
in the city, and will be sold at LOW EST ,
HIATS HATS HATS c
WOOL IN FELT SILK Il
50c. up to $8.00.
Scarlet Shirts and Drawers
in Silk and Merino.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing,
New Styles. Fashionable Cut.
Business Suits, $6, $8, $10,
$12, $15, and upto $80.
SIRITS, sCARFS. G LOVES. BR ACES. SU$*
PENDERS, TRtUNKS. VALISES. SILK
UMBRELLAS, mand GINGHAM, in
great varieties, LOWV IN PRICE.
Oct. 21, 42-tf.
Ladies, Gentlemen and Youth
0Of Newberry and surrounding country,
C. F. JACKSON,8I
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
C si how, and if once show n cain sell y ou,
THEl LARGtE.ST VARIdETY OF~
AND) AT al
Than ever before exhibited in this market.
Ilis stock embmratce.s
RUFFLING and IHAMBURiG EDGINGS,
from loc. up)wardM.
RI BBONS, ?25e. a yard. worth 500. and I'5C
And a variety or other things eqjually low
ders p)romp)tly attended to.
C. F. JACKSON,
LEADER OF LOW PRICES.
Seegers' vs, Cincinnati
The Cincinnati Gazette makes the aston
ishing announcement that Cincinnati beer
is no longer pure, but adulterated with mo
lasses, sugar of starch, fusel oil and the
poisonous colehicumi. The CommissionerT
of Agriculture, in his report for 1865, says.
that Prof. Mapes, of New York, analyzed
the beer fronm a dozen different breweries,
and found all of it adulterated. Cocculus
Indicus an.i nux vomie.i entered largely in- fe
to its composition.D
J. C. SEEGERs guarantees his beer to be
pure and reliable. He does not adulterate- A
it but bre from the best barley, malt and
T ON, S. C.
', WHEAT, TURNIPS and other Ciops
ompanty's Chemis:, Dr. St. Juli.kn Ravenel,
rime, Nov. 1st, $55.
rime, Nov. 1st, $38.
ions, both to the purchaser and manufac
VERY LOW RATES, viz:
oniated), net cash, $45.00 per TonU.
$00.00 per Ton.
ELL & SPEARMAN,
Newberry, S. C.
Doors, Sash and Blinds
i SOUTHERN HOUSE$
GE0. S. HACKER'S
)oor, Sash and Blind Factory,
KING, OPPOSITE CANNON STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The only house of the kind in this City
wned and managed by a Carolinian.
L Large Stock always on hand, and sold at 20
per cent. less than Northern prices.
Address, GEO. S. HACKER.
P. 0. Box 170. Charleston, S. C.
Jan. 21, 1874-3-ly.
rflE STATE OF SOUTII CARO
Alfred M. Reeder, et at, Plaintiffs.
Jesse C. Smith, Adm'r, et a], Defendants.
Petition to Sell Land to Pay Debts, &e.
ro Jesse C. Smith, Caroline Glasgow, Sarah
E. G!asgow, Rachael A. Glasgow,Spencer
T. Glasgow, Martha L. Glasgow, Thomas
J. Glasgow, Frances E. Glasgow and
Mary J. Carmichael, Greeting :
For certain causes oflred before the
Judge of Probate Court, at Newberry Court
House, for the County of Ne wberry,in acer
ta Petition, there exhibited against you, by
Alfred Mt. Reeder, Berrymnan HI. Lovelace,
as Assignee of William WV. Hlouseal, and
Richard P. Clasd, the P'etitioners, you are
commanded and strictly enjoined, that you
appear in the said Court, at Newberry
Gourt. House aforesaid, within twenty days
after the service hereof' upon you, exclusive
of the day of such service, to plead, answer
or demur to the said Petition, and further
to do and receive what the said Court sh all
consider in the premises ; and in default
thereof, an Order will be granted, that the
sai Petition be taken as confessed, and an
Attachment may be issued against you.
Witness, James C. Leahy, Esquire, Judge
of the said Court, at New berry Court House,
in and for the County aforesaid, the fifth
day of December, in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight hundred and seventy
four, and in the ninety-ninth year of the
Sovereignty and Independence of the Uni
ted States of America.
SUBER & CALD WELL,
J. C. LE AHY, J. P. [L.s.]
To the Defendant, Mary J. Carmichael:
Take notice that the summos s in this ac
tion, of which the foregoing is a copy, was
filed in the office of the Judge of Probate,
for Newberry Gounty, at Newberry Court
House, in the County of Newberry, in the
State of South Carolina, together with the
petition, on the 5th day of December, A.
D. 1874. SUBER & CALDWELL,
Dec. 9, 49-(t.
The Board of County Commissioners will
receive sealed appliention an.adpposals on
or before the 19th day of January, 1875,
for the following purposes, to-wit:
1st. Applications for the place of Keeper~
of the Poor House for the year next suc
ceeding. The application must be accom
panied by a statement of the number of the
family placed at the disposal of the Keeper
of the Poor Bouse as well as other mem
bers. Also be prepared to enter into re
cognizance conditioned for the proper dis
charge of duty.
2d. Applications for the place of Physi
can to the Poor House and Jail.
3rd. Applications for lease of the Quarry
and Poor House farm. Those desirous of
renting the Quarry must be prepared to pay
in advance) and those applying for the farm
must give a lien on the crops raised, and
such other surety as may be deemed ade
quate to protect the County from loss.
4th. Proposals will be received for the
furnishing of supplies of clothing and sch
articles of food as may be necessary from
time to time for the maintenance of the
Poor in the Poor House.
5th. Proposals will be received at the
same time for furnishing at so much a piece
such coffins as may be icquiired to bury the
6th. Proposals will be received and con
sidered at the same time for the repairing
of the following bridges, to-wit : That
Bridge over Bush River at O'Ncall's Mill;
that over Bush River at Blease's Mill : that
alled Lindsay's Bridge ; that over Little
River, near Henry Burton's; that over Lit
te River, near Silver Street Chureb ; that
Brige on the main Columbia road, near
lhos. V. WVieker's home ; that on the Bun
:ombe road, near Dr. Kennerly's; Brazle
man's Bridge ; that over In-lian Creek, near
[ouis Duncan's ; Senn's Bridge ; Peterson's
ridge, near Jas. Work man's place; Werber
ridge on the Bouktnight Ferry road. The
Board reserves the right to reject any or
Il applications and proposals. It is to be
oped, as the Cash will be paid promptly
n all contracts, that bidders will take the
ame into consideration. However, no fancy
)ices for work will be paid hereafter.
The Overseers of the Roads irn their res
metive districts nre ordered to summon all
>ersons who are liable to road duty to work
m thte roads immediately, and report any
sd all delinquents to the Board.
Chairman of Board.
J. C. LEaJI, Clerk. Dec. 23,51-3t
In tore formerly -occupied by Webb, Jones
Saddles, Bridles, Harness, k'c., made and
Hides bought and exchanged for goods.
Orders promptly filled.
A share of public patronage is respect
J. N. BASS.
?ETWEN ALL POINTY I
:le line of the
LOTTE, COLUMBIA & AUGUSTA, AN
IBIA RAIL ROADS,
ements nade for their convenience at
.tonl, in the shaps. of I)UBLE lAIL
and Charleston-connecting closely .
ista, and Grenveville and Columbia lu
: Cherawanid D>arlintonui, North ELL!teri
.ds to v-it the Capital of the state. hal
c! the samnet day. Also, the merchatnts at
tte. Coluibia uad Augusta. and Wilinil
:barleston and return quickly, in a cot
rollowin.g is the schedule:
5.0U P. M. s.:4) A.
9.30 A. M. 5.15 P.
General Passenger Agent.
a, s. c.,
most elegant and stylis
'N and. DOMESTIC C A
hich we are making to 0:
.o inspection. sep. oa-tf
FOHN C. DIAIL
Direct importer and Dealer in
~IA RD WARE
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Has the largest variety of H.ARDWAI
b. found in the State. Call or send
Is and be co:ivinceil. Prices and quali
Orders accompanied with cash or sati
ctory referei.ees, will have prompt atte
)n. Nov. 4, 44-3m.
. GOLDSMITI. P. KIN
HINIX IRON w0o
COLUMBIA, S. C.
GOLDSMITH & KIND,
ouoders and Machinisi
IIave alvars on hand
tationary Steami Engin<
and Boilers for Saw
IAW AND GRIST MILL
CASTINGS of every kind in Iron or B3ra
We guarantee to furnish Engines a
oilers of as good qualiy and power, a
as low rates as can be ad in the Norti
We manufacture, also, the GADDY I
ROVED WATEE WHEEL; which we
mmend for power, simplicity of constr
on, d1urability and cheapness.
We warrant our work, and assure prom
esgand dispatch in min orders.KID
d an. 14, 2-tf Columbia, S. C
IOII AtN & 8O2
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
Respectfully call the attention of p
basers to their stock of
-IA RDWA RE
asisting of all the staple Goods, such
-on, )Iails, Potware, Carpenters' and Bla
smiths' Tools, Carriage Hardware and Ma
terials, Locks, Hinges, Screws and
Ymae Builders' Materials,
POCIEET and TABLE CUTLERY
Sgreat uaricty, and a well assorted stc
hef Hardware and House-Fu
upont's Celebrated Gun and Bla:
ing Powder, Cucumber Pumps,
GARDNER'S FIRE EXINGUISHERS,
ill be found an e.atenstvo 'asortument
itale ar.d Fancy Groceries, Wines a
iquior., NOT t raras$x FOR varJTY, Qr1
ts citv. Coffee at retail at 20c. per I
id up1wards. C rushed, Powdered a
ranulated Sugars at 1le. per lb. Unit
tates Standard Fire Test Kerosine(
5. per gallotn.
'EIR CIGAR DEPARTMEN
nbraces ant extensive assortmentt of I
>rted and Domestic Cigars. Chewing a
noking Tobacco, Pipes and Snrokers'
les in great variety, whieb will he fou
the sign of the "IN tiA SQCAW," corr
am and P'laini Street, in great variety a
lowest prices. Their 5c. Cigar is superi
quality to any othier Cigar at same pri,
JOHN ACNEW & SON.
Columbia, s. C, Nov. 4, 1874. 44
OHN C. DI Al
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
IIas a full stock of Building Materi
4rpenters, Blacksmtiths', Masons' and Ti
All goods warranted as represented.
rices as low as the lowest for good gooi
Orders with the casht, or satisfactory
rences, promptly attended to.
Nov. 4, 44-3mu.
Splendid Feast !
bne. 6 o'clock to 10 o'clock, P. M.f BEFO
iid AFTER dedication of Hall. PRICE' 75
Marshall will have an abundance of b4
ansemond River OYSTEIRS. fresh from S
1. Va., all during the Holidays, AT 2
LL READY FOR CHRISTMAS!
C4)ME AT ONCk TO ~WIS1LUAL
NE B00K STORE,
The proprietor of the Newberry ITEnALD
respectfully inllorms his friends and the pub
lic generally, that he hia opened an assort
D ment of
y BOOKS FORTHEIDOL1DYS
ii as well as t)r grieral reading, together
with a stock of
LEGAL, C AP,
SCOMMERCIA L NOTE,
LETrER, and other
kinds of Paper.
BLANK BOOKS of Various Kinds,
PLANTERS ACCOUNT BOOKS.
PHOTOGRAPH and ACTOGUAPH AL
WRITING DESKS for young people.
POST OFFICE BOXES.
Together with a variety of
Among which are things suitable for boys,
misses and grown up people.
Store up stairs over Harmon's.
Froprietor Newberry Herald.
Dec. 1t, 5o-tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
- IN THE COURT OF PROBATE.
Alfred M. Reeder, et al, Plaintiffs,
Jesse C. Smith, Adni'r., et al., Defendants.
Petition to Sell Land, &c.
All persons having demands against the
Estate of Archibalu C. Glasgow, deceased,
are hereby required to render in and estab
E lish the same before me, by the first day of
r- February, A. D. 1875.
ty J. G. LEA UY, J. P.
Dee. 14, 1874-5v-3t.
-aving made a settlement on the Fstate
D. of Elizabeth Wright, deceased, notice is
hereby given that I will apply to the Pro
bate Judge for Newberry County for a Final
Discharge as Adininistrator of said de
ceased, at 10 o'clock A. M., on Thursday,
the 14th day of January next.
J. A. HENRY, Adni'r.
Dec. 9th, 1874.-50-5t."
The Store between Marshall'sand Phifer's.
The Rooms at present occupitd by Ifer
The Gottage at present occupied by Mrs.
Possession given 1st day f January,
For terms apply to
CYNTHIIA MOWER and
-CEO. S. MOWER.
s "ov. 24,4tf
stores, Tin Ware, #e.
SSTOVES, TIN WIRE, &(
SL Stve Cooking PAo .,n
andptfllyhe infor.s inthe tiz ie,nd ies
per, to ehe all bout of teairg
tck Goftr.iW. T.Wagnd ooing
.totedaed to prepartol uplya.e
- Atxmnto L of Prick, anordes.o
as He eepsLo han ever in of nt
nd liends andcsi the p.lignerlie, andh is
Lprepared to exeupp ly id frpiig
edk hchi Gutteing and Ranotfing r
Ande ito prompetenly. mn nafl
uppyAo exmiatrion, o stock anid oefo
orLJ . B.LEDUSAEn.
Sep. 216, 50-tf.
of. The oertne repcfullyrinfom i
ndiled ia the p-.bir gendrly oths. i
Is.- Coplai or pp l srn eif
ed wicn qruanlity an rer cannoth ber
)st assed.cs,fo h in .Mss ug
ofuthey7th Judiial, Crt, o ll kill, aofew
suc berr C. F,N, a., IN, c
OIn the 1st Mrollkndy of JnuARy
atpbi o2r, -ti hehghf.bddr
thSoloinhealtte, ln,iaes. n
Threea Hundr and hers.
moreCorpless, for borecedsurelands frerl
-e-lngpusnce of TSolandr of Ete abov
~st eae, byo the Blan. Jac Moes, laudge
.of thells, Judicialiet I. wil Pell aNw
En othe Frt31nas. aur
aTEpblcucr,S n CASH hser htghest bidder,
t heifolown Real Esta. yn, 1 itatean
b eg, inthe Cout,yadSaeaoead n
STATE OF OFTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE CMMON PLEAS.
Loriek & Lowrance.
Laura G. Blackwell.
Execution Against Property.
By virtue of an Execution to me directed
.n the above stated case, I will -ell, at New
Derry C. H., So. Ca.,
Ou the First Mondy in Januari
aId to the highest bidder. the follow%in;
Real Estate. lyin, an sitiate in tiw Coun
ty and State afore'said, consisting of
TWO HUNDRED (200)
more orless, and bounded by landas of Jame11
J. Lane, A. Y. W. Glviph, B. B. McCrar;
and others. Levied upon as the propert;
of Laura G. Blackwell.
TERMS OF SALE CASH. Purchaser t
pay for papers.
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. x. c.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. lu, 1874.
Dec. 16, ,u-3t. f12
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
James F. Glenn, Adm'r., &c., Plaintiff.
Hilliary 11. Mangum and others, Defendant
Petition to Sell Realty in Aid of Personalty
By order of the lion. J. C. Leahy, Judg
of Probate, I will sell, at Newberry C. II.
On Monday, the 4th Day of Jan
ary Nert, Sale-Day,)
the Real Estate of which Hilliary R. Mat
gui, dee'd., died seized, situate, lying an
being in the County and State aforesaid, o
the waters of Little River, adjoining laud
of James M. Workman, Estate of Washint
ton Floyd, dee'd., and others, aid contah
THREE HU.N DRED
more or less.
TERMS UF SALE.-One-half cash, tb
balance in twelve ionriths. Said lands wi
be divided into two or more tracts. Plat
will be exhibited on the day of sale. Pu:
chasers to pay for papers.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. 0.
Dec. 16, 1t74i-50-St. t1
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT COMMON PLEAS.
Je-s C. Smith, Clerk, c.,
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
In pursiance of an Order in the aboi
case from the lqn. Montgomery Mose
Judge of the 7th Judicial Circuit, I will s9
at public outcry, at Newberry G. I., S
On the i 1t Moltday in Janutai
the following Resal Estate, to-wit: the plai
known as tire "Home Place," contairiing;
One Hundred and Forty
Seven (147) Acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of John]
Koon, J. M. Brooks, Thomas B. Rurtherfor
Thomas B. Wadlington, and others.
TERMS.-Onie-third cash, balance on
credit of twelve months with interest fro
the day of sale, purchaser giving a boi
and nmortgage of tire premzises to secure tI
credit portion. Cash portion to be prd I
3 o'clock of the day of sale, or the lar
will be re-sold at risk of purchaser. Pt
chaser to pay for papers,
J. J. C ARRtINGTON, s. N. c.
Sheriff's Olliee, Dec. 1n, 1874.
Dec. 10, 50-3t. f1
STATE OF SOUTH1 CARO0LIN~
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE CO3DION PLEAS.
J. C. Leahy, Judge of Probate, etc.,
John C. Lane and others.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
In pursuance of an Order ini the ahto
stated case, from the Honr. M. Moses,.Jud
of' the 7th Judicial Circuit, I will sell
Newberry C. II., So. Ca.,
First Mlonday in .January next,
at public outcry and to the ighest bidd<
the following Real Estate, lying and situai
in the County and State aforesaid, 'and cc
ONE HUNDRED AN]
more or less, and bounded by lands
Sloan, T. B. Chalmers, E. P. Jones, Jo!
Livingstone, etc., being Tract No. 3 of' t:
Real Estate of Dr. TIhuirpson Wilson, a:
purchased at the sale of' said Estate
John C. Lane.
TERMS CASH. Purchaser to pay f
papers. J. J. CA R RING TON ,s. N. c.
Sheriff's Office, Dee. id, 1874.
Dec. 9. 49-4t. f l .
STATE OF SOUT11 CAIROLIN.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY..
IN TILE COMDMON PLEAS.
James J. Reeder, Adm'r., Etc.,
Jno. L.. Speake, Ex'or., Etc.
Bill for Account and Relief.
In pursuance or' an order in the abo
stated case from the Ilon. M. Maoses, Judl
of the 7th Judicial Cicuit, I wit: sell at Se
berry C. II., So. C.a.,
On the F"irst 31onday in Jauum,
at p)ublic outcry, and to thre highest biMi
the following Recal Estate, lying, situate al
being in the County and State aforesaid, a:
One Hundred and Sixty-si
and Two-thirds (1661
more or less, and bounded by hands of Geor
Metts, Lemuel ijxuer, Mrs. 0. B Maye
W., W. Summer, et at --thec same being Ian
belonging to the Esrate of George Speals
TERMS-One-half caxsh; balance on
credit of tw elve months with interest fre
die day of sale, purchaser giving a bond al
mortgage to secure the credit portion.
be sold in one or more tracts. Purchaser
pay for papers.
J. J. CA RRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, 14th Dec., 1874.
STATE OF SO1'TH ('AROLIN.
COUNTY 01" N EWBERRY.
IN THE COMDION PLEAS.
David IL. Buzzard, et al.
Execution Against Property.
By YIrtue of an Execution in the aboa
stated ca.se, to me directed, I will tell at Nts
berry C. 11., So. Ca.,
On the First Monday in Janu n
at public outcry, and to the highestjbidd
he following Real Estate. situate and lyin
in the County and State atoreaaid, and coi
Sixty (60] Acres,
more or less, and bounde.1 b'y lands of .J
Galman, Mrs. Elizabeth Reid and othere
the same being land belonging to the Estat
or Henry Buzznrd. dec'd.
TEEMS CASH. Purchaser to pay for pa
pes. J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 15, 1874.
me 16U5-3t. :
Dry Goo.s. Groceiex, a na
J. R. GAILLARD, cet
\t'nder Newhecrry Hlotoi.)
i e .efly infor:n. ,.i; f: an::ds ad the
pi r1!i- y of this ,vd surroudfing
CrmIti 0.tt hi's Qto,:k ot FALIl AND
WVI INTEiR (I S is
Large, Varied and Choice,
And embrace the best qualities and styles
of good Ir ladie,- gentlemen and youtb,
BOOTS, SHOES and HATS.
Together with the choicest and best of
All Kinds o& GROCERIES,
either for fImily or plantation use, all of
which are oftered at
Moderate Priees for Cash.
Thankful for past favors, he begs a con
tinuance, with the assurance that no pains
will be spared to give the utmost satisfac
tion. Sep. 2-1, is-tf.
A FULL LINE
I.I. and WINTER GOO6S1
rAt Stewart's Old Corner.
Respectfully call atlention to flh-relegant,
Iarge and varied stock of goot. among
wilch canl be found all kinds of first clas"
Dress Goods. Calicoes, Ho.iery, Gloves,
Leae.. C'oliars, ltbbons. Ilmei us
CassimeteS. lotls, Kcrseys. Shirts, Draw -
Splendid All-Wool Shawls,
For gentlemien and ladie7-.
Domestic and :taple Good.s in cndiesS va:
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CLOTHINS,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
1 A fine as-or tnet of
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A svp.rior lot ol
1,B13-:LLAS, or hand nd gv.
FINE AND COM.)ON TRUNKS,
Among wh lich are :hose Concent tea and ele
* In short any and evecry artie!e in our va
riou- linies. all of wichl have been Caref:ulIly
selected, and! which we warrant to be lnt
class. and whIih w ill be
I, SOLD LOW FOR CASH.
a We arc always glad to shiow onir goods and
aask exammuat jon.
dP. W. & R. S. CHICK.
IC Oct. 7, iA tf.
2 STOCK OF
THOS. IF. HARMON
re Woud repctHfl'iI nfomhi friends andl
;e customiers that he is n owivi Sng~ hits
FALL AND WINTER
a STOCK OF GOODS,
HE CAN SELL VERIY LOW,
A- hte has bought themiz with great care and
wvill be glad to sihow them uto all his stock
a LARGE AND COMPLETE,
FEmbracin.;a very I deuiai ine of
HTS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
All of whi10-h
e WILL BE SOLD LOW.
eThanklnl for the libeira! natroutage hereto
for.- re*ce; .ie, hec Ii i.es. estrict atttetion
to ~ naime. . t rt a1 c-om:uanc tte of tile
-samle. sep 1;, 17- f.
J. i* \B 'I \ & Co0,
'Sugars. Coffee. Rice.
e-Bacon, Chteice ll-ams,
a Flour. Lard. 3Iolas-ses.
111 Maekerel, Corn,
SFRESH MEAL AND GRIST.
Pickles. Canned Fruit.
- 4. 'rack-er-.
Tow. hr wh
Sheetings and Yarns,
BA8GING AND TIES,
r-And all other articles to be found in a (;ROG
CERY STORE, and all of which will
F' BE SOLD CHEAP;
Oct. 15, I1-1y.
g - - -
The undcrsigned, bein;r provided with
the mnost imtprovtd instun.ents, is prepared
.to do all kinds of SURVEYING with accu
.racy and dispatch.
e All ord.-rs left at A-b"-r & Caldwe!!'s Law
Office, or Mrs. C Mower's Store will rt ceive
Oet ,-Ci. LpEtER a a.
re, - aco- ismav sne zes at