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I :ftterieanSardine Co.'s Bone- I
n3dines, are much better. and [
Ie & half the cost of imperted
Inx TO NEW AZVETISEXENT8.
James C. Leahy-Citations.
A. D. Lovelace-Seed Oat.
Daniel J. Haltiwanger-Notice.
S. C. R. R.-Change of Schedule.
John J. Carrington--Sheriff's Sale.
G. & C. R. R.-Chauge of Schedule.
JamB. Clary-Administrator's Sale.
Daniel T. Ualtwanger-Notice of Sale.
James X. Crawford-dmirinistrator's SaTe.
McFall & Cofeld-Physicians and Sur
W'OIL- A. Thomas-Southern Collection
Butler M. Cameron-Confectioneries, Gro
Chas G. Blatchley-Blatchley's Cucumber
Lovelace & Wheeler-Bargains! Bargains!
V. P. Russell & Co.-Door, Sash and
George H. Chapman-Petition for Fnal
Settlement and Letters Dismissory.
See card of F. Werber, Jr., Deputy Survey
Rev. James F. Latimer, of Davidson
College, will preach in the Pinbyterian
Church this (Wednesday) evening at
7 1-2 o'clock.
We acknowledge receipt of the IMUs
trated Annual of P and Phy
siognomy, published by *SamIel R.
W dway, N. Y., price 25
:ilid "kn&ow yourself"'
REMOVAL FROM OFFICE.-Governor
Chamberlain has announced the follow
ing removals from the office of tria
justice in this ton and county: Simeon
Young, J. D. Heller, G. P. Jacoby and
John S. Henderson. e
AN ACCEPTABLE Oivi0Gw.---If there
is any one thing more highly esteemed
by us than another itis delicious, crisp
celery, and to Mr. F. Clai-mont Moses
are we under obligations for a couple
of bunches which found their way to
our ta onaturday last. We have
had tender dreams ever since.
Catalogues of the Books published by
the Methodist Book House, at Nash
can be seen at the HERALD Book
Star and any selection made there
from *Siordered with promptness.
Orders respectfully solicited at the
2-tf HERALD BOoK STORE.
QUARTRETRLY MEETING.-Saturday and
Sunday the first quarterly meeting of
Newberry Station will be held in the
Iethodist Church. The Rev. Manning
Brown will preside, and preaching may
be expected by him on each of the days.
'Thedublic are cordially invited to at
ANOTHER SAD DEATHT.-We are pain
ed to learn that Mrs. Welch, lately
widowed by the death of her husband
Mr. Jas. A. Welch,'died on Thursday
last, near P'omaria, of Pneumonia. But
a few days ago the husband was laid in
the grave, and now the wife. Myste
rious are the dealings of Providence.
The announcement made by Messrs.
Lovelace & Wheeler, that certain of
thenr-goods will be sold for 30 days at
and below cost, will make many souls
happy, and we are glad that they have
the disposition to give the people an op
portunity to make themselves happy at
a little cost. Their word may be relied
CJHEERIG.-We continue to hear fa
vorable reports from the Orphan's
Home.' Another generous mess of
kroist has found its way to the hearts of
its inmates through the old and favorite
avenue the stomach. The institution,
we are pleased to say, is in first rate
condition, and a more grateful set of
orphans never before existed.
ST. VEEETE never designed that
the happy season should last but one
day, oh no, never. Because it falls on
the 14th is no reason why it should end
onAte.same day. So go Jt while you
are young and happy, and while you
have a dime or two, little people. Let
the season last for fourteen days at least
and have all the fun possible.
- -l.""" who knows what
the. people want, tells us that although
hehsFRESH FISH in every Tues
dy,Thursdays and Saturdays, and
FRTR 'OYSTERS every Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays, will, on
NET FRIDAY, (19th,) have a fine
lot of LARGE, FRESH AND FAT
The Baltimore Corner speaks through
the voice of Mr. R. B. Cameron, the
successor of Uncle Andy, and the pleas
ing information is given that an elegant
and large assortment of goods is in
store, consisting of confectioneries.
*fruits, groceries and a hundred other
good things. It is a pleasant sona,
and one wbich to people will be glad
TnE S'TrTE Ys. J- P. JIAnT)Y'~
will be remembered that at the last term
of Court a motion in the above stated
case was made for a change of venue.
to be heard at Ujnion. We learn from
. L. Schumpert, Esq., just returned
from. Court held in that place, that the
motion was argued befoie the lIon. M.
Moses on the 11th and granted, and the
sae changed to Spartanbulrg, where
t&trial will come off in June next.
This is bad weather for dwnning. the
cold is so intense that we would ratther
stay in doors and snuggle up to the fire.
In the best of times it is disagreeable.
and only when forced by (lire necessity
do we venture on such err:mds, b)ut
now it is worse than ever, and im ten
der consideration of our feelings we
request all persons without distinction
to call on us and settle. Do not wait
for us to call on vou, dear debtors, but
SLErr.-The bitter cold experienced
here for the past week or more, culnmi
nated on Wednesday night in a slight
sleet, and later in a rain of liquid ice.
which continued during the entire night.
The sight presented the next morning
was ookily beautiful, everything being
-~dbikY and in many p)lace~s
s eS were so heavily weighted
that tey broke short off to the ground.
Great damage has been done to fruit
trees and shrubbery in the breaking of
libs Such e~overig of ice has not
W rATFIutS.-oome om- WihU
fear of the law gathered a lundle Of <
legal dopuments a fe"W nights since from
the law offjiee of Messrs. Baxter ez,
Johnstone, and ne doubt hugged the
sweet delusion to his bosom that lie hi in
a prize. O. the step of Mayes & Mar
tin's store the fabric of hope full to
picets as soon as the red t,'pC was re- t
m1e-ed, for no crisp greenbaeks fell out.
It was a terrible disappointment no
doubt. But he will learn the les2ni
that, though lawyers like editors aix>und t
in papers. seldom does it pay a thi-f to
exercise his calling on them; nine times
out of ten such attempts will prove
REFRACTORY.-It took two of the
town nvtshals to persuadc Saniul Do
gan out of town on Monday. Sam wa.s
on his charger and under the i;ilience
of several charges of whiskey, but
whether any of thedrinks were charged
to him we know not, suflice it, le whc
charged with being disorderly, and not
being willing to depart quietly, was
ignominiously expelled, one inarhl N
tuggingoafthe bridle, and another stir- 1
ring up the horse with a hickory. For ,
a little while it looked lively, and it wa z
thought that the bridle would break. L
But for the flank movement wih the
hickory Sam would have Maintaie(d
his position. f
WBERE- O ELND WIAT YOU WANr.
-Valuable time. is often lost in the 6
search of what is needed by the shop- 0
per, and to know where to find the s
particular article is not only an ceono
iy in time, but is pleasant and saves
one's patience. Now the place v, here a
everything in lass, Crockery, China. tI
Wood, Tin and Willow ware, and a P
hundred and one indispensable, labor- li
saving things so necessary to the happi
ness of the good housekeeper, can be ti
found, without aparticle of trouble, ;s
a Kingsland & Heath's popular store
mnder the Columbia Hotel, in the city
of Columbia. G-tf.
THE CEMETERY MU) HoiES.-W( f
understand that the Commissioners of
Roads authorize the getting of pine n
poles near the LbOVC named holes, that
the road may be corduroyed. It unfor- ti
tunately happens, however, that there
are no trees immediately near, and the
onsequence is that nothing is done to
stop the gaps. We don't know what to
advise in tie prremises. unless the hol
be moved a few litndred yards where tl
the pines do grow, or else a cont-ut i
be given for the planting of youn: t I
near the holes. Either plan is full of
lictilties, but it will be better to tr I
one or the other rather than do nothing. ef
PLE.ASANT MEwS.-We are in r'ee;pt 0:
of a letter from the 1rev. J. T. Shufor , i
lately preacher in clrarge of NCwher
Circuit, which makes pleasant mention
f the happy and generous reception ,
given him 1by the p)eoplie of Wrightsi
Bluff, where he is now located. The o
any friends of this estimable christian ti
gentleman will be rejoiced to know th~at
1 is e-mfortably provided for. and that i
he is enjoying a large amount of happi- t
nss. We certainly rejoice to know
this, and return him our warmest th:mks~
for a kind invitation to come down amnd
spend a few days. It wvould afford us e
nuch pleasure to do so. We send him b
the HERmALD instead for the present, asg
n urgent plea comes from the whole'
family for it.a
A SENsmr.E FELLOW.-The mlost
sensible travelling merchant we have
ever had the pleasure of meeting, inter
viewed us hurriedly one day last week. tI
e wvas a picture dealer; he called with I
is box, which he laid upon the tablea
ith a smiling countenance and the in
quiry, "Did 'w want any pictures?"~
Our mind not being in frame and see
ing that his waYes.were in like unhappy (j
ondition we said, "Not any, thank t
ou." Unlike all - other commercial P
travellers, he gathered his box am.1 a
speedily retired without another word.
We confess to complete surprise and n
rank him among the few sensible men b
of this generation, and even head and e
shoulders above them all. His consid- b
eration for our feelings entitles him to 0
our gratitude, and if ever he comes C
this way again we shall buy one of his '
rainbow colored chromos to remember
him by. Oh, that 'here were more just n
.. - n
To TIE YOUNG PEoPLE.-The most
>f oc young V alentine senders are not
vare that it is nee"ssary to place a on e I
ent stamp on their little missives, andI
in consequence quite a number of Ya!
entines are now in the office which willi
not reach the ones for whom they ar e
ntended. This is an unfortunate fix,
nd we sympathize with the young peo- t.
pie deeply. If we were the Postmast'r
General we should for one time allow
these pleasant little documents to goas
free as the air, for they breathe a dlelight
ful atmosphere of love. We thought
better of Uncle Sam, and did not thik
he could :ac~t so cruelly as to stop th f
psgeof so small athing as a Valin '
tine. Would we were aPonae
General or Capt:in, every little u
should be mamde happy. We adviseth
children to call for their ~unstam'pe
doenents before they are sent to th
lead 'Letter Ofie., at Washirgson.
We take pleasure in inforing the
children that we will farnish.dthni
stamps for all the Valentines they pur
chase at the IIEitil 1look Stere this
that no less than .5,1 c8.00) segars r
smoked in one day in the T'nited States,
but of this number we do not now car
to te! how many are sold by .Mes rs
'err & Slawson in the city of Colum
,ia. That they sell largely is yery'
ertain, judging by the packages daily
rcie ved l: themi and the packages da'1y
hipped away. These gentlemen have t
exhibited a keenm perception of there
quirements of business, and have built
u) a trade of large proportion. munch of
which may he attributed to their uni
form courtesy of manner, and they
deserve all of the success which has a
tended their efforts to please. Anothr
reason, too, is that they arc liberal ad
vertisers, and appreciate printer's ik
through which instrumentality the fame
f their establishment has reached far
and near. A visit to Columbia without
alling on them and taking a fragrant
prmtyatne oad~tsa t
promptly attended to and satisfaction
~.....mo 6--tf. I 1
LouK OUT i. THE T 1
)nStI.A.i \IKw.S ARouNDTH - Il
-()ne ofi ': n.'t pl'1 y u'r
aImllemsll 0evr givcn. i! x
iibited ii this tov,., comi nn:
ldnesday evn-ing. P W.).
t,of New Yo,rk,come h re
n by the press and p upit "
iie North, where ieha tran-h .Ti
s n.t a denoralizing xliition t f
mmbug, bu t an intensely hrting
aid instrt,ctive entertainmllent, that w 1l
uave an, ilpressionl On the mind that
vill be of lastng blenefit.
Place pf Exhibition will be given in
_il. -Let everybody go.
bIN C!uA:I:s.-We are pleased
0 note that Mr. F. E. Salinai, the en
>rising )-twl Family Grocery Imer
-hant is now on Mol OiOhL low, ZON -
liatelv unir the eve of the HENALD
iNice, and :14l he proimises to do even
CeLthnL l e has done in the p1t4. we
e:peak lOr him a large run in his now
Atnother important change of bas".
a: s mlade, on Mondaiy by7 ife4rs An.
',ower.: & (C o.. wvho have mOvd up w'vn
the el'i1mt 1arge store roomR latey1
reeted by 'ncle .aulits. We sincerely
ap that t:s advantageous move into
. Brond-wz.v business contre will not
iake tht-O gentlemle1 proud. We ask
>r them a tood trade also.
To filow this, Messrs. J. C. Wilson
Cu.. will vacate the corner they now
iep and t1ove their la:rge and choice
oc. of Groceries into their own build
i, lately occupied by Dowers & Co.
e learn, too, that the corner will soon
er 'lie oce..pied by a gentleman from
te old North State. These are all imi
,rtant changes, :Lnd give evidence of
Ce and activity in business.
A ComrAs.-In arked contrast to 1
e picture dealer elsewhere alluded to
s the ninuner of the foreign gentle
en who pblished the ch:,rt of th,
ive usiness Houses of N'evIrrY*
ie days inee. Te wa made o. Oif
rent stutl, and knew by experienoe
at patience anI pirsevel1n1 *I I
:joritv of cases overcomes the stiTest
mosidOin. We have no doi at one
tue he hal. eena in the stickingo phaer
11ines and knw that the ni:si ap
Ovo,v kid si-k the cloma :md long
1.VW re.ret vcry. mc.1 no:, i.
name, h: have th- Consoiuaion that
S no(* is am .e-rt, it wa( ,ne of
1o0- kind af ldiles vliolh Nai4letOn
ked to so.: tho usiof wiclkh
ways~ ~ inue :to :ti theeae ta gn
an's p-ronagel Y. "-No, th:mk you 1.1
- . le e-:n1n * to print. it
: . and did it-thamt is. we
entetd the printing-andl t Li
n pnd inm like trumpiWor ti- -:*: -.
e of his lune :ani im appirecaun 0
t-hloone. Het. is rne of ta l
men whom!i wvomen marry in pte of
emiseve-no0t being able to giid of
e. WVe don't know whethher this
ass. of ment :ll haive the $:uael pec::
triy f nseor no, or wet-rhr
at\v tha-t w benf theynos ou5 (it aL sceheme.
.hr to trap' a womeitn mIti matrimony
:cth a( live man. they generally sue
aar: !,s otur in th is mnatter-t.e forig
ntlemnan came, saw and conqueIred.L
W1Arr Havr. W;: DoN:?-Last wee-k
1 attenmpt was made to blow us up.
~ethr with all the goods and eha:tteh
utinedI in and belonging to the print
ofice and boo0k stor'e. but weI are
mankfutl that it failed. Nobaly was
irt. On Thuirsday~ even ing last an
:tempt wa made to deprive us of thtt
alienahic privilege whichl b'-lonis to
eeutn all tjver this 1bro:nila:md--I lber
.When we think of the conse
cnees w11b might have ensued hadl
e attemmi) succee:det, a coldI simdder
rd's our frame-the loss of supper,
sleepless dghit in the cold in company
ich ras thte funky smell of h)aeoni antd
:kerl, then, heaven help us5. the
lowing up t which would follow tihe
iry morning return home, No possi
e excuse could be given for staying
t all nig~ht, the various lotlges and
ubs close long Pefore that time;
oit not beoingo inl session it wouhtl have
e too thin to plead a seat on the
irv-in sho~rt there would have beejn
o help hut to suffer the roof of our
ae raised. Weshudder. But it did
ot uCc(<.ed. antd we are a living~ mo-nni
:eto-ain spite of the machinat'ins
* the m:''; 0r men who occupy thet Iirst
or of the building. Wh ati ta~imI ma
r;I Harmio. we e:inlot imagi'ne. his
L- att:a io to lock us up for tie igiht,
: te unkwlest en;. of all. The kero
ue trck ':-is not hung compar"tti to it
Itr' hadtit done the work expecttId
-mia-t have landed in a lbetter ptee
'm Newh.rr. bu't ttt divt ani:mn
f i 1i.re i. !:orrili. . h:nt have
- done to tti e folks belowv s:air?
W ol , v:i' OW, wA!. istc ry nw.
Thee i a isptV.in the poit that
A charn usets no- h-lf so bItas
ii:u- 01. 1 fin1 a d fr e ii n
it:'ma bur to- - r Ih i I
1t . x:ahzadu toho1iraio
:X Iti NoC TWOtion ono wa 'In
1;. ".:2.' Io ee ar goive up to
aKerf doywpln thlid. ut ul'?
The e sair t;o the i- rm: otn
riby oterdewy no tihe pa:t fe
um: b:iftr ah m n a-:> it
he ali. whih wun l (it) hori fo r ifC
V:Olt:: w'0at :ib-t-eans mjf i!.
: lektne ha to usee of d~toji rin
ifO~ oa baarrwn thetre~to m tel
un own t the stirs o the usiess.n
hbe hendey, onhedartofdth
brown into the store does the busmess.
no.wamnenhora on Wednesdar
:m. aix mor.e n' ver gathn:. nas tA'
. wi rh a-. T -1 - tS :tr 7a ,li
niy and ' everyoty is sorry fur it.
ince tie proprietor of the HERAL.D
h:' one in o the Book' anti Stationery
[:lde. he lis " o be as pantlu :1.
d IIe e.n stznd un on one lg an
b. t at~ tie a-1 v::tit on a feliow till
i1ich ,t f iv ho 1l l I
ce tvti enn i-,- wvili take for his d r
ling. The vai~ bnt busines xvill m:ke
:t m:m17 rehl, ms,,- :m:;to N viwll.
I. von vr sh' s. g by~ all me anlfl
,i ' . I- sbk is large.
m n nd chi-:ip. Thi,o ti,- can he, S:til
.0 1. ot nh n l l h ti:t. Phifer's is the
Do not 'r.:-t to p: u yo1r taxesz be
fore the l:tst of tils inontih. The ien:l
tv will at:achi allter that thme. Trea..
irr--r Smith is alvays ready to receive
The l-emu whih createl so munch alarn
,a) 1:l L ntzt:ien:> hias not bee,n
1c a ::bl :t r hoil>se isstln
I::.i the r("If of t Ci k's store caught
ehlf of tIe town wight have becii
Or worthy town council shoubl make
tiei- l>usine--s to see that proper safe
- :m v ar :ak -tl.
& Coppock :hoild he t:.ken
l.n:d by the humane society. Dhur
a 1 all of he late cold spell they had a
ittle fellow standing in front of their
lothing store. True he was vell dress
1d .ud ittered no word of complaint,
)ut that does not alter the case any.
The ely goes ip abou,t this tiilO for
hil-Partridge and Brahit ehickens.
t is distressing to know Iow n:any
cople Nvant them.
One of liiloe line, juicy h:1ms. Of
vIch iIes-rs. Lvelave & Wheeler
:n-e a supplly, foml: a pl:tce on our
able a few dv:tys( ago. and we return
hanks to them for it. We c:an recoim
11ed tlho::e haml: as bfeig excellint.
['rv one, r':er, and let us hear vour
A little delicate sparring is apprecia
0(d by the reader, and we trust th)at
Farner" No. .1 and "Little Farmer
;o. -.,** not trow to pugnaciou-:or
ve will be forced to put an extinguisher
er thie.m. If you can't be easy, be :s
Friend Mar-shall proinises to ti-kle
e 1atcs of 1wb,rry on Friday
wxt with extra lar.ge and 1at shld. iIe
:>b oI illt. do a better thing. We have
n doi:bt that everv kinl of businss
-ii! b better fr it, for poor, leoan sld
r.( cen!:t'l to in:ike inen cros.
111k0 :tL for .-liad when the up-train's
hi:-t! l b!ov.s.
T;w :11:"m,r.3 ::n, finnd- of Mr. l'.
,. S:linas:'i r ., ie l to be:1r in min(i
1Mt it- h!:t:z rovv-1 to Ni. 2 Altlihoin
w'. 1' ..e i l: a d coinlllete in
i-E ,; !:., -SOL TEnE R .N PLA AI
Iis, i emnb i u Xu-]tre j ou n et n
.Vig \\-o' t.- I of Ieath, ie lizid
o-:rex b::nrerth", weeki. It S at
ptpe-r, tovng xreen p:!ges ot, gtiod I
: e ain a gr,t on: e . o S lbje s.
!ic b ii.,-p uc ;.:nd. Address Southern
CLniigopanv, Aflanfa, ii
.iA c T U .- 1 y -r . fV:! a iMYen to
iunn:: a::-e. , in do so at once. le'
'thn s: i:lx' aw tx. h A rutrle-en . . keep
h i:md ou iterentau ind-i an if one:her of
we et~ ::- viersyte valeperdt
riE a:rYe lowet :aes.-ny seciat!form
> iOt. an thelvr I'h teliCr F; nr h s ott
irle f rm cron: s t h5!i(i .. dos t C nce.(t
They~ alsoe ha narxew Agriutral Lease
iNEwnt:E, Fe.briuary 10.-Its qraifytn
>nte a-n upward" ii tenec3i, h cto
at, h ric at los eing 1pl ns ori7
titqli ti Qes. S ipddrig w e 8
New Yong,t Feary lt...-....ton 2dul
ndl ea, atuii.:jt. Gold1.1- - 1
.l . :'itni::: ierbru r 15 - . ao quie
'n.u:rui- atr F-: br 15-C to aue
m:ioo,eii-ary 1 1.-oto ease
aid ingtAArln 'i.1
le.u31:er.ryl~ Prcesli iurent
(Nli. -'oimE(' F.!' per lt . ',
P J --rvac. P,er lbu.h..........~ a 2 0t
lTONYiry, per bunhel........... 0al 75
u3> lC--4nyper yar......... a 14
In::i~.....p.:.... ..... ........... 20a 2
A C k ilms pe !b............, 16a 18)
t;. i.rd er .p.r............ 9.a 11
i i de bb.per............... 14 a 15
T.\iWi)Ht-. yur lb. ......... ... . . a 45
I-:1-:F---per l.. i................ S a 12
iTri-:1.: crouu etry d. per p...... 25 a.1
i.L twpe vur-.................... 'I a 2V
jot'i t:A -erl................ ' 8 l
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I' 't t-. - .. .. .. 1 at 1
- w l :.:1 eri.. .... ... - a 4
S N f . . P i j....... .......... -
11.......................... a 1
1-01were. . ... a a
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nTa til ye 3 I
..CI 75 2 5
tia.i1., * 51.. 10 a 1.
JN TTE PROBAT. O T
:Apply topm YG: Bde CAaseL.
A anoD SECOND GAND PIANG, wi:h
an. a JTO R CA RWILE.
.\10NEY _AVEP, MONET MADE.-It iS DO
iong,_r .cessary to pay two and three profits.
M- 1 Fu-chgott, Benelict & Cu., beg to
dra.. :.:e:)tin to their immense closing out
of 510.1),0 worth of Dry Goods, Carpets,
Fite:, w hil-1h taLkes place annually he
r.In , JIu iry 1st. anil Fehruary 15th, prior
o p:treb.: Itieir Spring Stock, at 27.3
Sit; Stree. Charleston, S. C , 5t White
ha:i Stre!. Atlintt, Ga., and Bay Slrcer,
.J.ieonville. Fhi. Sample-; Cent on applica
tion. Reni: per Express or Post Oftice Or
itr, or e.sdl wi he sent C. 0, D. All re
'nI:l o%er< ovcr $10 will be sent from the
Ch-.rlestun Brarch free of charge. 2-tf.
TA\TE OF SOUTI CAlmLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERLY.
-N TiEl PROBATE COURT.
.ewe . :,;tth, Admi'r., et al, Defendants.
In p;rs:ance of an order isued out of
the robate Court lor Netwberry Coun ty, inl
tiee s-. ted action, I will sell, at pib
yo the highest bidder,
On the' Fir t 3oudav in March Next,
a th property of Arclibald (. Glasgow,
G .les,:d, the foilowing descriLed Real Es
: e, to-wa: Ad that t rct of land, situated
I Newberry Goutv, containing
FIVE HUNDRED AND
nre ot less; bounded by lands of 11enry
-:ddy. A. E. Sieg, James Davis, Elizabethi
lenson anild others.
TERS.-One-half of the purchase mon
-v to be paid ill Ca..h, balance on a credit
.f twelve In>nths, with interest from day of
ptachamer to give bond and a Imort
age of the preinises sold, to secure the
reit p.>tion, and pay for papers.
.;)IIN J. CAIRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriffs UFiee, Feb. 6, 175.
FCu. f 1-s.f2
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
iias ,Juhin.tone, as Coninissioner in Equity,
Willianietta E. Chaplin, Defendant.
Foreelosure of Mortgage.
By virte of authority in rue vested, by
:e Vmcr,etal Order of his ilonor Judge
i les, li the above stated action, I will
e:, at public outery, to the highest bidder,
) the Firut Monday in March Next,
s th!w proprty of the ab,ve niamed defend
.nt, the following described Real Estate,
wit: All that tract or plantation of laud,
on:a; i . g
1ore or lvss, lying on Enoree River, in the
ontytV and S:ate aforesaid, anid bounded
v la:tls e: J. 1H. Suber, E. S. Keitt and
TERM.-One-third casht, tie balance on
crcdit of nne and two years, purchaser to
ive bmi, ad a Iortgage of the premlises
secure tte credit portion, and pay for
JollN J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
herits (Afice, Feb. 5, 1675.
Feb. ill, 6---:t. fI1
ATAE'1'1 OF SOUTiH CAROLINA,
I)v:TY OF NEWBERRY.
IN TIIE CUMM31N PLEAS.
John J. Galhnian, P'laintiff,
James B. Livingston, Defendant.
Execuition Against Property.
By virtue oif the Execuioni in the above
tatd ease, to me directed, I will a-il, at
3ublc outcry, to the highest bidder, at
3; the First 3Monday in March Next,
ie fol!owig Real anid Personal Property,
to-it: One tract of land, containing
nore or less, bounded by lands of Micajahi
'. Epps, JT. J1. Gallmnan and others.
0O1o MaPe and Colt.
Two Cows and Calves.
Household and Kitchen
Levied on as the property of James B. Liv
ingstoni, at the suit of Johtn J. Gallmtan
gaist JTames 11. Livingston.
TERMS CAMIL. lurchiaser to pay for
JOllN J. CA RRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriffs Otlice, Feb. 8, 1875.
Fe b. 1', 6-?,t. Y12
TATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NE-WBE RRY.
IN TIII E: CO31N PLIEAS.
Josph F. G;ist, as Probate Judge for Uition
Jamecs Malotney, et al., Defendants.
Foreeios're of Mortgage.
By virtuc of the authority in mie vested
v the "JuTd:gment for Foreelosure" in the
ave stated actiotn, 1 will sell at public
outcry, to theC highest hidder,
On i/i FI-r.st 3lcndaty inl Mahrch n,.'t,
is the proper!y of the defernlaiit, James
tlony, it e fllow ita; describied real estate,
to.wit: One tract of larnd situate, lyving andI
-intg iti the ;ounity of Newberry, State
ate rsd, cotinit ig
Two~. IJundred and Fifty
ticr or less, bountded by lands of lI. C2.
Corwin, Absalomt Shell, DJ. R. Phiifer and
others, arnd kntown as tract No. 12, or the
rsby Tract," in the partition of the real
estate of Jtohin A. hferndon, dee'd.
TERMS-.-he thlird cashi ;lbhinee on a
redit. of one anid two years, in eqtial inistal
e:i:s, wi th interest from d.ay of sah-. l'iir
laser to give bind withI approved :irue
ties and a mrio:tage of the premiises, aind
py for [pper5.
.J. J1. CA llilINGT' N ,S. N. (;.
J. P. Pool,
Ih v irtu tif an1 tEvetion,. to nwi dlireet
el, in the- aibove stated ease, I will seil,
Ou |I-c I '.s' K'il|i FIt Ma'!'
tIe-i h.:e b.ilddr for cishi, the followtig
Perroal l'roper ty, to-: :
TWO () 3MULES,
L-vi-.d upton a- th.- prope.rty of G. WV. Rid.
.Ii'. J. f.ARINGTIN, s. 3.
SherhlY 001 , Fe. -.!, 187i.
Feb. ::, 5-4: 4 12
Upwards of one hun.ired and sixty thotus
aud do!!ars have betri subser;bed towards
an edor;ment of two hundredl thousand
dlara, for the purpose of op.'tt ing tils In
stttion with FREE TC ITiiN, for ten
ye:r. S-ome forty thiousandI dollars have
o lie secured this year to rmake good thait
abnh b 1rie. The Countty of New
he ry hit- . lreadyl suscribedl aboa. nine
toot-andI jdlars, and Riev. W. A. Threrrell
i-s en ar poirnt.:d ALenit to raise, if possi
li. five tousantd dollars moure in this
F riend o: thle cause will please give him
all he .upport andi encouragement in their
po:er. Those who have given bonds may
n.al paymenit of interest to Mr. Therrell,
o Col. J. R. Leavell, or directly to
OFn. C. n1 J Sn, Tra.
PA, T IN-,1G 110OU E!
BOOK STORE !
$2.50 PER ANNUM.
M A V E
LABE S, ITICKETS,
NOTE Iil:.\S 0 TTMNS
LETTER IIEADS. LEGAL BLANKS,
PA1PIH I~ . I AND BILIS.
])(I) El'J . ] PLAC Al,S
E:te., & c.1 -M ETc.,'S.C.
1'::NT::j .Ar Nn:
HERAlI -PRINTING OFCIE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding Papers,
WITH FNVELPES TO 31ATC11.
P104TO UA I'll AULBUI4,
PAPEI1 DOL.S and
&c., &c.. &c., .
HERALD BOOK STORE.
11APEA of all kinds,
F01 SALE CIEAP AT THE
HERALD BOOK STORE.
SCITOOL BOOKS, and all otber kinds of
BOOKS, or any art icle in the STATIONERY
LIN- PI.OMPTLY FILLED.
T. F. GRIENEKER,
Editor TIERAI.D and Proprietor Book Store.
Jan. 27. 4-tf.
A Bargain in Land,
IN NEWBERRY COTUNTY.
I WILL sell the McGonnell TRACT OF
LAND, adjoining the Old Sims Tract, very ]
low. It embraces four hundred acres, with
some improvements. Th.e land can be
rated for, andl terms arranged, with me
at home, or with T. J. LY LES, in Columbia.
REUBEN S. LYLES.
Fe b. 10, G3-3t.
MAI[S & MIN,
40 Barrels Irish Potatoes.
(300 Bushels Seed Oats.
600 Bushels Prime White
Feb. 10. G-St.]
By virtue of an ordIer from the Hion. J.
C. L.eahy, Probate Judge for Newberrv
County, I will sell at public auction, at the
resdenice of the late Hiram R. Wicker, de
eased, at 11 o'c!ock, A. M., ON TIlE 2nd
DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1ST5, the Personal
Property of said deceased, consisting of
Household and Kitchen
Terms of Sale-CAShf.
DANIEL HT. WERTS, ]
Feb. 10, 6-Qt. Administrator.
Dr. S. F. FANT,
WHlOLE-ALE AND REFAIL
flRuGGIST AND UIEfMIST
NEWBERRY, S. C.
pRtiUPTIONS CREFEllY i00P0DDED
AT ALL ll'wts OF 'ilE DIAY ANIINIGiI!T.
PRESCRIPTION CLERK'S ROOM
a~Y' Over the D)rug Store. 1Bi
To the Members of the South
Miniaters of the South Carolina Methodist
Li reince are respectfully informed that
hvi.i nmadle arralngemrents with thec Pub
lsing:~ hion., at Na,.hvill.', Tenn , I anm en
abled- to suIp liemi with any of dhe Books
or Publ icatio,s of thatI lionse oh the samte
pYIr centage that they have hitherto been
All orders accompanied by the Cash,
iher thirough P'. 0. Moiney (Order or by
I--.,:, wi b promiptly tilled.
In -i-nding orders, write namue and Post
TIlIOS. F. GRENEKER,
Proprietor UER.Ar.u Book Store.
Jan. 1 .3, 2--tf.
Glenn's Spring School.
The above namned School was opened by
the- sub..eriber on the 25th of JIanuary, and
will c-n tinuiie without Summlier vacation till
November 25 b.
RATES o1f TtITrIoN PER SEsSION OF TEN
Latin, Greek and Mathematies, i. e.
or preparation for College.........5 0
Imterimdiate Branches. .. .-.--.--..-.. .5r
Primary BranchieS. .... ..-.-..-.--.-..-.-1..
Good- boardl at or near the Springs can
be had from $1'' to $12 per mon:th. Tihe
loation: of this School affords advantages
not excelled by any other section in this
:ate. J- W- N. BEARD,
Feb. 3,5-2m. Principal.
A dark red COW camc to my place
about five miles front the Court House,
near Capt. David Hlalfacre's-on the 1st of
December last The owner of said cow is
requested to come forward. pay charge-s
and take her away, otherwi.se she will be
sold to pay for keeping and expense of ad
vertsng. G. L. SEAS,
-: mile from Cortn - e.
Dry Goods, Groceries, Se.
I: addliion to mv a eek' recepts, I
am now recetiv'g a laroe
Fre-li (iOuild '" o I t e d
Choice New Orleans M -
All of which WI LLl BE SoLD AT THE
VERY .OWEST MARKET PRICES.
Wi allY thanks to my kind patrons
for their luerai patronage heretofore !-e
-rowt.-1, I hope by strict artention to b,:s
nesz :o merit a continuance of their cuntom.
Til'S. F. liAlIMi N.
Feb. :,i ~ - 4
1 r.. v uea-i Eadv Good
rich potato'!s, in mor :I,!r Y
Fresh Garden Seed.
A large lot of FRI.-Hl (GA.UDFN, HfERP,
md F.IW El SEED>.
For saL by
T-104'. F. HARMN
Feb. 3, 5-tf.
5,000 Pounds Wheat
For sale by
THJOS. F. HARMON.
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
500 Barrels Flour,
On hand a%d for sale, at lowest marker
TUOS. F. BA1RON.
Jan. 27. 4-tf.
A large lot of choice New MackerelFish,
a Bbls., Bis., I Bbls. and Kits.
For sale low by
THOS. F. HARMON.
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
1,000 Bushels Seed
On hand and to arrive, ani for sale at
L.ou ivp buOhel, by
T11OS. F. HARMON.
Jan. -:7, 4-tf.
1,000 Bushels Corn,
n hand and to arrive. For sale by
Jan. 27, 4-tf.
THE GREIT SOUTHERN
IRY GOODS HOUSE,
hirchgAt gondict & Co.
75 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
['HIS SIDE OF NEW YORK.
FOR P'RICES, :4EE LOCAL.
[Look to the Right
n the trade hiave enabled me to purchase
ne cf the largest, best and cheapest stocks
f DRY GOODS, DRESS GOODS atnd DO
[ESTICS ever shown in New berry, and I
imply ask my friends and customers to at
nv invitation and examine not only the
bove, but a beautiful and rare ic.t of NO
~IONS, for ladies, gentlemen and youth,
di I am not only able
large and handsome stock in t.he~ articles
numerated, but a superior assortment of
LOTHING, fine and common, as well as
300S, SIH')E aind U AT so
very want of the human famnly can be
uppied, not only as to tile outer but the
nner man. I can assure the public that
A BETTER TIME
ievcr pres~en ted itself for laying in a sup
>y of choice GROCERIE5, either for fami
v or plantation use, all of which should be
aid in now while money
n. The above goods have been bought
heap, and not only
For the People of Newberry,
>ut for the rest of mankind, and BAR
TINS are therefore offered to every one
vho comes early with the CASH.
Oil the Corner under Pool's Hotel.
Oct. 14, 41 tf.
WIGdI & [0PPO01(
Have the pleasure of announ:inig to thle
cizens of New'berry and surrounding coun
tr , that t.hey hav'.e now in s.tore
A Full and Elegant Stock
FILL IND WITER
Cothig. Hats, Caps,
And a completre assojrtmlent of
Valises, Canes, &c.,
All of which will be sold at prices to suit
Ahn insection of our stc is:solicited.
WRIGHT & COPPOCK,
Wm.fl L. Bradliey's N
Cotton Factors, General
E L G .\N-.
C. C. ('0 l-, P- u ' Pl \
BRADLEY s- A.lliuNI j.E IM)")l
ROLYL , O 1 l D.i
A& The do 'sn 1e* e:
years in the S :v:i
eannot fail to tlVh S i:iet wil :
if not superior ta :iiy cvr >i.
For Prices est T:I- Al Ie E1 ,
TIlE STOlu rO10P
C H. r E:LSr
The ve.rv best Fri.'.: .or CKTT.N, CORY
repared under trv n a - hE ,
Ca,h, Apr. 1st, lti0;O I
Cash, Apr. *t, $33; I
turer, we ot - Our a: : a
On all orders vcompmi by *,e'. be
SOLUBLE -j" : .\ '.t r Lgly :m:uo
ACID PHOSP-iATE ii e.
For Circular; and r :Ger prdcub:r , apply to
Dec. 30, 52-3al.
TO PLANTERS! a
CottonEheIpreOe IXon (.orr o.
place our Guani'2: -s:-E: ::. :.'.c: of e-ry cc
planter, we have greativ~ n ae aoa ur priceS.
They will be sold as u
Per Ton of 2,000 lb .1 84
Time Price pa
Per Ton of 2,000( lbs, SM~ A
a able Nov.1'. 1- i- ., Fr> s 6 I~c
Per Toni of 2.000~ Rbs. 6
ratba. .~ 5. a
Per Ton of 2.000~ 11s,. G
Payable Nov. ht,a 1i75. F:s~ of P''r.
Per Ton of 2.000 lbs.,$3
Per Ton of 2,000 lbs.,- $35
Freight- and irayage to be
Cai on A a.f : - a
A. i. McCAUGHmIN & CO0
GE. 11. WILLHM & i.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J. . : -1:n
OF CHARLESTON. S. C.
N.: C.,::n Eximg,
SOULI ATLANTIC WHAi1 F.
pared under the s..a'e: supva ion fl i ur
Cheit, Dr. ST. .T LIELN 1 A V2iNEL,ar
now offered ait raduie as.
THE STONO SOLUA! GUANO
I a thoroughly-. ,aU::.n. F.r. :
THE STO.\0 A19) PHOSPH'iATE
Is excellent for C.a iz. . in the
SPECIAL R~ s w n....
chasers far C
E. C. WIIL.ti u . urer,
K x Charleston, S. ~
Agents at Newberry, LivEL &* SrT -~~
'm, . Jan.C 6, -,3m.~
Ac is A mI tsta, Ga.
- ..in Ba.'. :U. los.
NES, in . 200 lbs.
i. i il u-:e for the pvst seven
a:t riees th.t
:: :r.i-:- g u a t d tG e eiual,
S a. .:A13[. .\p-uts. Newberry,
I h. 10.' 3m
PCO N, S, C.
WH:. T, TU flNIPS an o 1r Crops.
'ie Nov. 1st, 838.
m, o' to : re p rch.aser .i :l: fc
!-:13 :W RAT:. viz:
Uiatod. nOt cash. $4 .1J0 per Ton.
- - - per Tou.
Newberrv. S. C.
IiIRf ITIT0 F illUER.
VLY FORTY DOLLARS A TON!
* i'.rn aural Guan"o-a genuine
:Imal Depo-:t. . Cargo ol i5v tons now
.*t .,uaato ::: Vii and North
ro.! a ..e p. season. Gircular and
Prof. W:,,o) o Baltimlor, Md., rays of
a uao:1.. .cy a erid amiuation of
e an ysof th.e Various cargoes you have
Jotd a tin feature is the great
.'u'ati- i.he pecr ceintage of ti:e impor
:contitue:Ct essenitial for the pjrodUC
Pro (' :.n:th, of Phnisiha Pa.
r. ;.iten:c bores wh~.ih were
co e oi: h -.an:e indi.:ate tha it is
ers: ::edecay of batr mice. &c.
* Cn:i ,i o rgai.e matter whichi is
pee.: about 1) per cent.. and this
d'aou . e cent of r.mmionia. A
ro:: of *i' litroe '0"is prCeent as nlitriC
d ei whch abou : . per cn. were found.
! thin:rogenpre<en woul.d be equiva
.: a> dau: : p ' een.t amm;oria.
..cpopei :. ei.i t.e Gano averaged
ont :n pr cnt., eq:a to 27.:s per cent.
B' oe'. Pi .to A con iderabie quan
y..o ....:: . : ri ac however, is
cta- so-ca n-ur!Phr.sphate of
.c' v*c*', 't* y .o i lal wa:
-u.ro as .. :: n mias ac
onln g.a ntiy of Super
- n o :e:: l ercent
Ifo ndin analysis
a :nal the experi
uts e eideof the GuanThani
a:o - - . .!:t .ti'. is a valua
iof. 1. G. WV. te, of th Georgia State
:re "t:a i:ysy:"As shown by
, ad.vsi . aoc contains, in good
o:ote,aeh l:ea wich are geni
af e ' . a'.1 or pI.at lood,
ii co>na, in which
e uc as to render
a o a:..i as i !e by the
e tat :he proper use
Pr:' .a . '.Sh pad Jr., in a re
. ta: ,-. a :1.s a., say: "This
ann (o: a: I. or ii:. wool:n. parfo
er vey eat:ni expectatio of a comn
o- ed a arra::gener.ts n:ade
1 an' .a .A:an:!.: Wharf,
- C'harlestoni S. C.
&IBL PlFH (HIO.
* T' :ne y id:out In:erest.
pj In)~ .\Ti uF LIE
m'. n bon: Interest.
T t i-y can or
e :o decide
- c.-:. price.
n i e Suthern
. : as lar agen
-- - e 7:e ':e's of .a irca
'p :ito .i markt this season
Dr. f. Jt.IA N R AVE
O (e i.- Cmany, as. Charles
ce Pln:er m.yre-t assurted
J. N. &-(,N,
' Charsta, . C.
'I .E ' ., Ge::e:al Agents,
. . .. cea:* -i. -,.G: ae a
c (.: .Henry
e a; in :s >'.y for a
- et : stae of said de
J\O. D. PITTS,
h ~te Willt of Henry Burton, dee'd.