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TOOS. F. GRENEKER, EDITOR.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10, 1875.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the highest respect a Fain
ily Newspaper, devoted to the material in
terests or the people of this County and the
Suate. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advcrtsin- medium offers unriValled ad.
vantages. IFor Terms, see first page.
"The Walk, and Other Poems.'
We have been favored by the author
Mr. John A. Chapman, of Newberry
with a copy of the above named book,
of which a well merited notiqe was
made in a late issue of this paper by
Mr. J. F. J. Caldwell, a poet himsel
of no mean order. In that eloquent
and truthful notice, the exquisite beau
ties of these poems were so well and
faithfully portrayed that we deem it
only necessary to briefly announce that
the book is published, and that oui
readers have it in their power to pos
sess it and enjoy a rare privilege, ani
we advise them to secure it at once, as
only a limited number have been is
sued. To the lover of the beautiful
as embodied in poesy, it commends it
self, but more particularly to our owr
people here in Newberry will it prov
interesting, as the scenes and persons
alluded to are all familiar and to "the
manor born." Besides "The Walk,"
which occupies 58 pages, there are
other poems as the title indicates, viz.
Saint Agnes; Death; To my Sistex
Rose; A Young Lady dying of Con.
samption; To Ida in Bohemia; New.
berry, a Sunday afternoon's walk
published some time ago in this paper
Rosemont Cemeter3;. To the Bride;
The Awakening of Endymion; The
Music of Nature; A Picture; and at
Appendix, making in all a very neat
volume of 96pp. We cordially com
mend this tribute to Newberry to th<
people of this county and our readern
generally. It is for sale at the author's
Buying Stolen Ootton.
Judge Mackey, at the recent terni
of court in Lancaster, in issuing the
order which follows, has done a ser
vice which entitles him to praise, and
we hope it will prove the entering
wedge in stopping one of the greatest
evils which exists, and one which
falls with such force on the farmers.
This action meets with our hearty ap
proval. Let the example be followed
in every county in the State, and a
traffic which has worked such tremen
dous ruin be stopped. The buying of
stolen cotton or produce of any kind
at night is thieving of tbe worst
character. -Here is the order:
L. J. Perry, .Esq., Foreman Grand
Jury, Lancaster, S. C.
SmR: You 'wili please notify the
keepers of country stores in the county
of Lancaster, that,.if any person shall
buy or receive at his store any cotton
at night, whether from the lawfiil
owner or otherwise, such person shall
be indicted for a nuisance, and, on
conviction, shall be sentenced to a
terrr of imprisonment in the peniten
T. J. MACKEY,
Judge Woods, of the United States
Circuit Court, has issued a decree for
the sale of the Air-Line Railroad, to
satisfy the first mortgage bonds.
The Wheeler House, Columbia, is
once more open to the travelling pub.
lie. Mr. Owen Daly, well known in
that city, is the lessee. No lack of
accommodation and good fare.
The stockholders of the Air-Line
Railroad met and the following board
was elected : A. S. Buford, President.
Directors: Austell, Alexander, Mad
dox, Earle,Can non, Claytoin, McAdden,
Wilson, Southerton, Dubarry, Roberts,
The earthquake experienced here on
Monday night, the 15th inst., was of
wide extent, State exchanges generally
giving accounts of it. In Washing
ton, two shocks were felt, in Au
gusta three, and so severe that window
panes in several places were shattered.
The Fair season is almost over
Union held its County Fair last week,
and that with those at Anderson,
Darlington, Orangeburg. Greenville,
Abbeville, Oconee, and other counties,
are all represented as being highly
successful, and reflecting great credit
on the citizens of those sections.
Two railroad warehouses were de
stroyed by fire at Marion, S. C., on
the first instant. Total loss, including
ten bales of cotton, over twelve thous
and dollars. No insurance. On the
same night seventeen heavily loaded
freight cars feli through a trestle on
There have been various slanders in
circulation in regard to Jas. Gordon
Bennett's recent trip abroad. It is
st~tcd now that he neither went to
marry an Irish princess nor to start
paper for all languages, but that h
visit was for the purpose of purchasin
a stock of bull and poiiter dogs. EH
has returned with $45,000 wortl
Dog fanciers are cur-rying favor wit
The 25th of this month has beE
set apart by President Grant as a do
of thanksgiving and prayer, on whic
occasion the people of the Unit(
States are recommended to abstai
from all secular pursuits and fro
their 'accustomed avocations, and
assemble it their respective places
worship, and, in such forms as mE
seem most appropriate in their om
hearts, offer to Almighty God the
acknowledgements and thanks for t
His mercies,and their humble praye
for a continuance of his Divine favoi
The New York Rerald is puzzl(
in trying to account for the gre
results which follow the preaching at
singing of Moody and Sankey. TI
exercises are not different from t]
general character, nor are the sermoi
as elaborate or able as those preach4
by the great divines of the day, y
the results are vastly different. It
mense crowds fill the vast edifil
in Brooklyn, where the Evangelists a:
laboring daily, and hundreds eo
tinually approach the altar for prayc
The great awakening in that cot
munity strikes the Herald as alt
John L. Humbert, Treasurer
Orangeburg County, who was convic
ed of official misconduct by the Con
of General Sessions last January, at
sentenced to one year's imprisonmei
in the penitentiary and $1,000 fin
has been pardoned by the Governc
on the strength of petitions made I
citizens of "prominence and weight
to use his Excellency's languag
among which are-the names of R. ]
Elliott, J. J. Wright, H. L. Shrew
bury, W. B. Nash, F. L. Cardoza at
others. It appears that he was mo
sinned against than sinning, and h
made such promises of future useft
ness that it seems but right to pard<
The meeting of the State Legis]
ture rapidly approaches, and prepar
tions are being vigorously made for ti
accommodation of the members, bus
ness included. The supply of st
tionery is already furnished, and it
said to be amply sufficient, the cost
it including fancy paper, inkstand
and sweet-scented mucilage to mal
things stick, and at the -same tin
smell agreeably, is only fifteen thou
and dollars. The Netos and CJourii
correspondent has been getting c
a little facetm on the subjet
of the preparations and thinks th:
among other things the bronze fign:
of Washington, which stands in tt
hall, should have its shins scoured
and at the same time be fuirnishe
with a new walking stick. Live]
times are looked for this session as
pea-nut venders anticipate a bris
Offiial List of Patents
Issued by the United States Patei
Office, for the week ending Saturda:
Oct. 30th,, 1875. Reported for tli
HERALD by Louis Bagger & Co., Si
licitors of Patents, Washington, D. (
168,557. Cotton and Hay Presses
C. B. Churchill, New Orleans, La.
168,602. Beef-Steak Tenderers; '
Billington, Watherford, Texas.
168,622. Hunting Jackets ; H. .1
Daigre, Alexandria, La.
168,639. Station Indicators; P. E
Harris, San Antonio. Texas.
108,668. Cotton Presses ; B. I
Platt, Vientia, La.
168.742. Levers; W. H. Hargi:
168,762. Harrows; IL. H. McGit
nis, Woodstock, Va.
168,800. Flat Irons; F. Sherzial
168,801. Apparatus for cuttin
Glue; H. Stevens, Brazoria, Texas.
158.813. Shells for Ordnance ; G
E. Walker, Reynolds, Ga.
TEE ALDINE for October is received, an
we open it with real pleasure. because it
the handsomest and most superb magazin
published in the country. The publisbe:
are entitled to the highest consideration f<
furnishing such a beautiful work of art. Tt
engravings in this number are numerous as
striking, while the letter-press is varied ain
interesting. The Aldine by all odds is ti
Art Journal of America, and every ceniti
table in the land should contain a copy ofi
Terms of subscription, postage free, wil
fonr colored designs as presentation plate:
6. Address, The Aldine Company, Ne
PETERSON's LADIEs' Boox for Decembi
is received, and it is a splendid number, ric
and varied in all that interests the hort
deities. "Little Tot," the steel engraving,
the sweetest thing ever seen next to ti
reality, while the fashion plates are beaut
ful. If the reader is not a subscriber, lF
him or her send S2 to C. J. Peterson, PhiF
delphia, Pa., at once.
We acknowledge receipt of the RURA
CAROLINIAN~ for November. In this numbi
is contained a valuable list of articles frot
the editor and the best writers on agrica
tural subjects. To the farmer the Rural
invaluable, and no one having any intere:
in farming should be without it. For sul
scription, send to Walker, Evans & Cog:
well, Charleston, S. C.; terms $2.
THE ILI.USTRATED HOUSEHOLD MAGJ
ZIEfor Noebri a highly interestin
well as enterraining reading for the housi
hold. Published by Household Publishin
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itrsihtoand hatttve cpages,iand ever
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a "THE COMPOSING STICK" 'published. by
H1. H1. Thorpe & Co., Cleveland, Ohio, is the
handsomest and neatest printer's journal we
have yet seen. It is devoted to the interests
of PrIntersiand Manufacturers.
Mr. Geo. B. Sondley has bought a half in
t terest in the Greenwood New Era. He is a
h practical printer of experience, and will do
the Era good service.
We acknowledge receiving a copy of the
n Monthly Report of the Department of Agri
culture from Commissioner Frederick Watts.
d B1 :he Rev. G. M. Boyd, on Thursday,
n Oct. 27th, at the -residence of Adam Berly,
Esq., Mr. Wx. P. ADAIR -of Laurens, and
n Miss NANN.IE Ropp, of Newberry, S. C.
,o On Thursday, the 4th of November, by the
Rev. T. G. Herbert, Dr. L. B. BAXa and
Miss SALLIE MCCAv.Ts; all of Newberry.
ir DIED, in Newberry, on the 16th of Octo
ber, of Diptheria. FLORENCE LuLA, daugh
. ter of Ruth and Butler Morgan, aged 2 years,
9 months and 9 days.
rs This sweet child was remarkably intelli
S. gent for her years, and even thus early
evinced a pious tendency which was touch
d ing and beautiful, and her simple, trusting,
child-like faith impressed all who saw her,
t and comforted the'hearts of her doting pa
rents. God indeed "moves in a mysterious
d way," and our poor mortal eyes cannot see
ke why one so bright, beautiful and intelligent,
one who gave so much promise for the ta
te ture, should be called hence, but we believe
that He does all things aright, and we meek
Is ly say, Thy will be done, oh, Father; take
our tender lamb to thy bosom.
Go to thy rest. baby darling,
et Go to thy dreamless bed
Gentle and meek and mild
With blessings on thy head;
e Fresh roses in thy hand,
Buds on thy pillow laid,
e Hast6 from this fearful land,
Where flowers quickly fade.
r. Because thy smile was fair,
Thy lips and eyes so bright,
- Because thy cradle care
A Was such a fond delight:
A child in heaven thou'll surely be,
And thou, my darling, I shall see,
For who can tell when death doth come,
Df Butshe may waft my spirit home.
One little heart that loved us,
rt Silent forever, and aye,
And the heavy clouds of sorrow
d Are darkening our way;
A child in heaven, my Saviour's arm,
Shelters my babe from every harm,
e And though I long her face to see,
Yet Jesus with her mother be.
.Vew ' .1iseaneous.
S- To Hog Buyers.
d I will be in the town of Newberry. be
re tween the 15th and 20th of November, with
TWO CARS OF FAT HOGS,
that I will sell on delivery at (7 J) seven
and a half cents gross. 1 want to make
m contracts for future delivery. for the -month
of December. I want to sell one thousand
hogs from Greenville to Newberry, and have
a- made arrangements so that I can furnish
them much cheaper than those drove across
- the 'mountains. Buyers will please meet
te me at the above' time.
.Nov. 10, 45 4t A. B. LATHAM.
a- N. 0. Molasses.
is FINE N. 0. MOL ASSES, New Crop, $1
s per Gallon. Just received and in store, at
Nov. 10, 45.-tf. .HARM ON'S.
BYvirtue of power invested in me at the
flast meeting of the Stockholders, I now of
fer for sale the above named Mill, situated
2 miles North of the town of Newbrerry.
t The Machinery is in good running order,
consisting of THREE SETTS OF ROCKS,
rtwo for Wheat and one fer Corn, (all
e Burr's,) CIRCULAR SAW MILL, COTTON
.GIN and PRESS, also about 90 ACRES OF
SL AND belonging to said Mills. Any one
d wishing to purcbase such property would do
well to call and examiue for themselves.
If not disposed of by private sale before
d Sale-day in December next, will be sold at
k public auction before the Court House at
Newberry. JOHN P. AULL,
Nov. 10, 45-.3t. Pres't.
A Great Invention.
t SOMETHING TO SAVE MONEY. Clar
son's celebrated Patent Metallic Iron Shoe
~Soles and Heels. One. pair Shoes or Boots
e with these will last as long as five without
them. Come one and all and see and try
them. For sale at
JNov. 10, 45-tf. HARMON'S.
HAVING made a settlement in the Pro
bate Court with Bascom B. Hair, (ward,) I
will apply for a final discharge to said
Court on the 9th day of December next.
P. E. WISE,
Guardian of B. B. Hair.
Nov. 5, 1875. 45-5t*
RE~D RU*f PROOF OATS, $90 cts. per
WHITE OATS, '75 ets. per bushel.
A large lot CORN on handand for sale,
I- at $1.20 per bushel, at
Nov. 10, 45-tf. HARMON'S.
CLINTON, S. C.
e I WILL SELL at private sale, until the
d 15th day of December next, and if not so
d sold before, at public sale on that day,
e Twenty-one unoccupied Building Lots in
ethe town of Clinton, Laurens County, S. C.,
belonging to the Estate of Thomas Craig,
,deceased. A pIat of the Lots may be found
Sat the store of M. S. Bailey, in that place.
Persons desiring to buy will find me at my
residence at Tylersville, in said County.
r Terms easy.
h Creditors of the Estate of Thomas Craig,
ede'd., will present their demands to me on
e or before the 15th Decemiber next, and
~.those indebted will save cost by making
t early payment. S J. CRAIG,
- Nov. 10, 45-3t. Executor.
STATE OF SOUfH CAROLINA,
a By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Whereas, A.iJ. and Harriet C. Willing
sham hath made'suit to me, to grant them
~.Letters of Administration with his will
-an;exed, of the Estate and effects of
Ephraim Suber, deceased.
These are therefore to cite alnd admionish
.all and singular. the kindred and creditors
gof the said deceased, that they be and
s appear, belore me, in the Court of Pro
-bate, to be held at Newberry Court House,
SS. C., on the 24th day or November next,
r after publication hereof, at 11 o'clock in
the forenoon, to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said Administration should
~'not be granted. Given under my Hand,
this 8th day of November, Anno Domini,
nw Q Alt -Of
crew r IseMasee se6,s.
The following are the payments made by
the Board of County Commissioners for the
fiscal year beginning November 1st, 1874,
and ending X1st October, 1875, to-wit:
January 18, 1875.
Gracey Brown, for fodder for Poor
House ..$ 8 25
Win. F. Nance, Insurance........ 240
John A. Chapman, Stationery..... 5 25
Ben McGraw, labor..EoorBonse. -44 8&
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies at
Poor House.............. ... 227 48
Robin Gounts, work at Poor House 6
D. R. Phifer, Rooms for Auditor
and School Commissioner....... 155
Thos. F. Greneker, public printing. 43 50
H. V. Moses, Clerk of Board...... 24 00
J. C. Leahy, Grate in Office....... 20 10
J. J. Carrington, dieting prisoners. 57 40
Jas. W. Eichelberger, Inquest..... 12
S. B. Houy, Beef for Poor House.. 10 64
Allen Abernathy, work on Court H. 1
Baxter & Johnstone, Professional
Services........ ............ 100
Geo. Boland, work on Poor Uouse
wagon.... ................. 4
Wright & Coppock, rent of rooms. 16 20
Jas H. Blease, Services as Keeper
of Poor House................ 92
M. S. Long, Trial Justice..... . . 24 50
J. C.Leahy,member of Board Equal
B. J. Ramage, member of Board
R. E. W illiams, member of Board
J. K. Schiumpert, member of Board
D. R. Phifer, member of Board
Wm. M. Fleming, Solicitor's Fees.. 150
Jesse 0. Smith, Clerk's fees and
Treasury expenses. ........... 353 50
James F. Kilgore, Witness Tickets
assigned to. him............ 260 65
Chas. Brown, Witness Ticket..... 8
Drate Maffett, " " 8
M. S. Loug, " " 32
Ben Gaines, " 8
Ann Harrington, " 8
Gilbert X. Holland, " 8 15
Arthur Lane, " " 8
J. B. Johnikee, Constable....... 8 75
Joe Lyles, Witness Ticket........ 8
W. H. Snead, " ". 8
A. L. Snead, Jury Commissioner.. 45
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies Poor
House ........... .. 57 44
Jno. J. Carrington, State account.. 87 95
James Saxton, Witness Tickets.... 7
James Maloney, " " 9 20
0. B. Mayer, Jr., post mortem, &c. 13
Hannah Washington, Witn'ss Tick't 8
James W. Eicbelberger, Inquest... 13
G. P. Jacoby, mileage on Chas. Ga
ry's Constable account......... 47 20
Chas. Gary, Constable account.... 36
Henry Gaines, Witness Ticket. 8
Geo. S. Mower, rent for Treasurer's
Offie..................... 16 88
A. R. Gauntt, Trial Justice... .,.. 35 10
Simeon Young, " " 161 78
Peter Simmons, Constable........ 7 10
Casey David, work on Poor House. 7 50
Franklin ?iester, work at Poor " '10
Aaron Jones, work on Poor House. 11
Greene Jones, Constable........34
Austin Weaver, " 63 30
Chas. Dawkins, - 42
G. P. Jacoby, mileage on Chas.
Dawkins' account.............. 9 20
Nestor Lewis, work on road near
Simeon Young, part of Jacoby's
Trial Justice account......... 26
G. P. Jacoby, service as Trial Jus
tice account................ 117
J. J. Carrington, 2 Witness Tickets 14 80
Pink Phillips, . " " 8 80
Jno. Gilliam, - " " 9 60
Joe Potter, " " 8
Robert Rice, -" " 9 40
James Metts, "- " 9 60
Lovelace & Wheeler, Poor House
account.................... 181 26
Robin Caldwell,work at Poor House 15 75
Rodelsperger & Hornsby, shoes for
Poor House.................. 5
R. E. Williams, account Austin
Weaver, as Constable........
J. C. Bowles................... 8 10
Claiborne Mingo, Witness Ticket.. 8 90
Thos. F. Greneker, Printing....... 3
Press Metts, Constable... ....... 80
Jesse C. Smith, printing and wood 10 62
Thomas Keitt, repairing bridge. 16
J. F. Kilgore, Witness Ticket, etc. 4 5o
Draytoa Jones, work at Poor House 10 50
Lovelace & Wheeler, Poor House 52 40
Jesse (I. Smith, Coal for Offee. 18
J. J. Carrington, Grate for Jal..17 50
D. P. Boyd, repairing bridge...... 20
Chas. Gary, Constable... .......38
Robin Counts, work at Poor House 9
R. C. Chapman & Co., Coffins for
Geo. S. Mower, rent of Treas. Office 70
M. S. Long, Trial Justice account.. 10 50
Casey David, work at Poor House: 12 75
Aaron Jones, " " 18
Drayton Jones, " " 13 50
J. H. Blease, medicines at " 15
Lovelace & Wheeler, Blanket, &c.,
at Poor House.. .. .......165 93
A. G. Maybia, assignee Thos. Cook,.
Supplies for Poor House.... .. 407 95
R. E Williams, Auditor's Notice 33 50
Peter Simmons, Constable.. . .2
Dray ton Jones, work at Poor House 3
T. F. Greneker, publishing notice 10 60
Casey David, wyork at Poor House. 4 50
Daniel Burton, Witness Ticket. 5 90
Lovelace & Wheeler, Poor House
account......... .. 53 75
Jack Thompson, work at Jail. ..2
Robin Counts, work on Poor House~ 3 75
Austin Weaver, Constable services. 22 85
Aaron Jones, repairing wagon......8 75
Simeon Mingo, Witness Ticket.... 6 40
Sieon Young, " . "8
L. C. Cheves, lightning rod in part 170
Thos. Keitt, Keeper of Poor House 32 50
Isam Kina-rd, work " " 10
James Stiber, fodder, " " 10 10
Lovelace & Wheeler, Provisions
Poor House..... .. .....38 86
r. P. Jacoby, Witness Ticket. ..8 00)
G. B. Tucker, Ferry.... .. ..50
J. H. Blease, Keeper Poor House.. 45 80
. B. Mayer, services at Poor House 33 33
John F. Blodgett, Witness Ticket. 5 20
Jesse 0. Smith, Coal for Office.... 9
Greene Jones, Constable services.. 10
J. J. Carrington, dieting prisoners. 187 66
. C. Moses, Books for Office.. . 25- 85
Lovelace & Wheeler, Provisions... 51 20
Peter L. Spearmian, Bridges.. .. ..40
Aaron Jones, "-10
WilHahms nus. .. 05
WlH h march nqes.. .. 105
Maea Werch 16vsi. .381
Loae &- Wheee.1 Proison..3 15
If. S. Long, Trial Justice. . . . 1 50
F. Werber, Jr., Surveying;.. . . 2
Cannon & Philips, repairs.on Jail.. 5
Thos. F. Greneker, Printng.. . 16 50
Jesse C. SmInith, Baxeter & John
stone's act. professional services 100
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies for
Poor Hlous -.. ...... 51 39
Edward Young, work at Jail.. .. 12
L. B. Maffet, Witness Ticket. .. 5 60
Boozer & Peoples, glass for Jail. 17 80
S. B. Holly, beef at Poor House- . 4 68
Jesse C. Smith, Supplies, general.. 11 67
Austin Weaver, Constable services. 12 95
- March-26.- --
J. F. Kilgore, 2 Witness. Tickets... 4
G. P. Jacohy, Witness Ticket. 3.. 80
A. J. Gibson, " " 3 90
Jack Thompson,.repairing..bidge.. -40 .
March 30. *
Andrew Bedenbaugh, bridge. . . 25
Aaron Jones, " 75
Larkin Jackson, " 19
S. B. Holly, Beef for Poor House 4 94
Juo. F. Blodgett, Constable services 1 60
Thos. Keitt, Keeper of Poor House 32 50
J. C. Leahy, Clerk and money ad
vanced. .. .. . 93
Isam Kinard, services at Poor House 10
A. C. Chapman, work and coffin
for Poor House.. ..... 13 75
Thos. P. Slider, Trial Justice. 36
Calvin Henderson, Constable servc's 6 40
Jno. T. Henderson,. Inquest. 11 05
Simeon Young. wood for Court H. 3 50
Robert Waller, Constable services 2 75
Lovelace & Wheeler, Poor House
Provisions. . .. 56 93
Wm. M. Fleming, Solicitor's fee.. 475
Lovelace & Wheeler, Provisions
Poor House, - - - 58 48
0. B. Mayer, Jr., services at Poor
House, - - - - 37 30
A. L. Snead, Jury Cominissioner. 45
H. C. Moses, Clerk of Court Fees, 331 25
Green Jones, Witness Ticket, - - 12
E. F. Blodgett, Bridge work, - - 75
J. J. Carrington, dieting prisoners 100 80
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies for
Poor House, - - - - 56 09
Henry Wheeler, for Lumber, 32
James W. Eichelberger,,Inquest, 14 25
Milton McMorries, Bridge work, - 10
Calvin Henderson, Constable, - - 1
R. H. Greneker, publishing notice of
Presentment Grand Jury, - - - 16
T. P. Slider, Trial Justice account 15
Chas. Dawkins, Constable account 14
Joe Potter, " " 2 50
T. P. Slider, John Cannon's Consta
ble account, - - - 2 80
A. F. Greene, bal. on lightning rod 25
Lovelace & Wheeler, Witn'ss Tick's 7 20
Jim S. Simmons, Witness Ticket - 8 20
Claiborne Mingo, 3 " " 14 97
J J. Carrington, Witness Ticket of
Lang Gray, - - - 5 80
R. F. Phifer, Witness Ticket of Jno.
T. Henderson, .- - . - - 5 10
Jno. F. Blodgett, Witness Ticket, - 4
H. V . Moses, Witness Ticketof Chas.
Dawkins, - - - - 5
Jno. J. Carrington, State account 424 45
Jesse C. Smith, .Clerk of Court, - 64 50
Joe Hill, two Witness. Tickets, - 9 40
Thos. Keitt, Poor House fodder, - 6 40
Chas. Cannon, " blacksmith'g 4
T. F. Greneker, printing, - - 47 95
Lovelace & Wheeler, Poor House,
Bridge and Witness Tickets, - 101 29
0. L Schumpert, Wilness Tickets 19 60
Chas. Gary, Constable, - - - 16 25
Austin Weaver, " 18 20
D. S. Satterwhite, S Witness Tickets 43-80
R. H. Greneker, printing, . - - 10
J. H. Irby, Witness Ticket, - --4 60
A. Singleton, " " -8
James A. Henderson, Coffin, - - 11 30
H. C. Moses, Books in Office, -17 75
Lovelace & Wheeler, Provisions..... 46 95
Will. H. Thomas, Trial Jtistice...142
Lovelace,&.Wheeler,.Keitt's salary at
Poor House...........-.. ......32 50
Simeon Young, Sup's for Poor House 5
Jesse C. Smith, Clerk of Court...18 50
Green Jones, Constable's services... 7 30
Lovelace & Wheeler Poor House, &c., 67 52
Andrew Bedenbaugh, Bridge......25
Jack Thompson, Bridge............10'
S. B. Holly, Beef for Poor House.. 4 41
Isnm Kinard, Work at Poor House... 10
E. H. Blodgett, Bridge........... 75
F. N. Parker, Witness Ticket.......9 60
T. F. Harmon, two Witness TIckets.. 11 90
0. L. Schumpert, 5 Witness TIckets. 25 30
Jno. J. Carrington, State accom..... 93 10
Jesse C. Smith, Books for Office,&c.. 38 95
F. C. Aldridge. Trial Justice.......12
Newton Darby, Constable......... 895
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies, &c.... 60 49
Thos. P. Slider, Trial Justee.......45 75
Win. A. Fallaw, bal. refunded license 41 00
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies for Poor
House........................ 50 09
0. B. Mayer, Jr., Physician to Poor,
AaroB Jones, Coffin................ 5
Lovelaee& Wheeler, Supplies for poor 44 44
Jas. A. Henderson, Coma ns...........6
T.F. Greneker, Printing........... 7
Green Jones, Constable............ 2 30
Aaron Jones, Bridge............. 98
Thos. Keitt, Salary and post.......10 83
Lovelace & Wheeler, Provisions for
Poor House, &c...............120 23
J. C.Leay, services as Clerk, &c.... 71 43
0. B. Mayer, Jr., Poor House account 33 33
F. C.Aldridge, Trial Justce........ 37 50
Isam Kinard, services Poor House... 20
T os. Keitt, Salary, &e...:........27
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies...43 60
Heisler Beckman, Poor House....... 10
J. C. Leahy. forwarding Orphans to
Asylum .......... .......... 14 65
D. F. Leahy, dieting account of J.3J.
Carrington.................... 79 80
Sieon Young, Witness Ticket.... . 15 50
Henry Kennedy, ,?' " 15 50
D. H. Maffett, " " 15 50
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies......85 38
no. T. Peterson, J.3J. Carrington's
lunatic account................ 38 10
D. H. Wheeler, Lumber for Court H. 43 35
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies for
Poor House................... 739 33
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies for
Poor House................... 64 37
0 B. Mayer, Jr., Salary, &c....... 5833
Lovelace & Wheeler, Supplies for
T. S. Moormnan, G. B.'Iucker's Ferry
G. S. Mower, rent for Treasurer's of.
D. S.Pope,Exam'. lunatic......... 5
Baxter & Johnstone, Prof. services,.. 50
Wn. Mf. Fleming, Solicitor........31 38
f. S. Long, Witness Tickets......20
Jesse C. Smith, Isam Kinard's acct. . 10
Henry Kennedy, Constable services.. 27
Sieon Young, " " 28 50
. F. Leahy, Constable........... 25 50
. C. Moses, Fleming's Solicitor's fees 59 05
The following persons were paid the
amounts hereinafter sta ted, out of the Pen
sion fund raised for the support of the widows
and orphans of persons killed on account of
their political opinions, to-wit:
Summer Lark, for support of Alice
and Hamnpton Thomas.........108 00
Robert Porterfield, for support of Ka
ty, Amnanda and Mike Floyd...162
homas Stewart, guardian of Doug.
Stewart............. ........ 12
Andrew Gist, guardian for Anthony,
Mahala and Nancy Meadows..... 36
ane Floyd, for Monroe, Cyrene and
Franklin Floyd. self............ 112
Jesse C. Smith, for isaac Gray.12
Thoe Stewrt, guardian of Doug.
Adrew Gist,P!o.eadows children..el
Robert Pou for Floyd children. 18 -
Isabella Nae,T P.nion...... .... 40 s
M. Gray;-or Isaac Gray, Pension.... 6 -
Jane Floyd, Floyd children and self.. 44 ST
Thos. Stewart, for D. Stewart....... 6
Summer Lark, for A. & H. Thomas.. 24
Andrew Gist, for Meadow -childre-.-.;488- -1
g. Gray, for Isac Gray... . .... ... 6 me
Robert Porterfield, for Floyd children 18 ecp
October 27. We
Isabella Nance, Pension.......... 20 to 5
M. Gray, for I. Gray.... .......... 12 nes,
November 6: al
Andrew Gist, Pension Fund......... 18 on I
Robert Porterfield, Pension Fund... 18 the
Thonias Stewart, Pension Fund...... 6 S.
S.NEb 8 YOU NG= z
HENRY KENNEDY, Co
Nov. 8, 1875. W. BROWN45-1t. 0
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, and
COUNTY OF NEWERRY. and
The following statement is required by the O
27th section of the Act of the General As- Riv
sembly entitled An Act to reduce allActs and I
parts of Acts In relation to County Comtis- pl
sioners, their powers and duties into one Act, I
and- to amend the same, ap-proved13th April, 7
The Boards of County Commissioners -
were in session 66 days.
Number of mifes travelled by members :
Allen Rice (old B'd in one month) 1010 miles =
Dennis Moates " " 98
-Thomas Keitt " 226 "
Simeon Young, new B'd, 11 m's 1350 "
Henry Kennedy, " " 1188
Wesley R. Brown, " " 3092
All accounts allowed by the Board were
verified according to law.
Nov. 2, 1875. J. C. -LEAHY. Clerk.
I certify that the above statement is cor
rect. J. C. LEARY, Clerk of Board.
November 2,1875. It
Notice to Trespaser
The subscriber hereby 'gives noticm that
any person found trespassing on his land,
known as Enoree plantation, wheth'er for T
hunting or any other purpose, will be prose- jj
ented to the fall extent of the law. Take
warning and be governed accordingly.
Nov. 9,1875, 46 3t R. C. SONDLEY.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
J. H. Sligh and S. Y. Stribling, exe'rs etc. W1
of Datid Sligh, deceased, plaintiff, CE
against . 01]
Lucy A Suber, adm'x, etc., of M. W. Suber- Fir
deceased, et al., defe:dants- car
By virtue of an order of the Probate la
Judge of said County, to me directed, in for
the above s.tAcd action, I will sell it pub. seb
lic outcry at Newberry .. H.,S. C., on Sale- pet
day, the 6th day of December, 1875, that I
tract of land of M. W. Subr, deceased, sit
uste in said county and State, containing
FOUR HUNDRED and SIXTY-SIX ACRES
more or less, and bounded by lands of es
tate of Jacob Sligh, deceased, Dolly Hun- Of
ter, Dr. William Williams,*JohnM. Glymph, deI
and others. de
Terms of sale: One third of purchase p
money to be paid in cash, balance to be
paid at twelve months, with interest from
day of sale, and secured by bond and mort
gage of the premises. Purchaser to pty IN
-;J. . CARRINGTON, S.N.C.
'o 45St ~~ ''
Sherif's SaJ.e--Rea-Etstates JP
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
COUNTY GE N&iWBERU
IN THE -PROBATh-COURT.(
H. C. Moses, Adm'r., wh
W. H. Eddy.
- Petition for Sale of Land.
By virtue of an order to me direceed, in _
the above stated case, I will sell, at public -
auction, for cash,
On Monday, December 6, 1875,
The following Real Estate situate in the .
County and State aforesaid, cotaining.
Seventy-Three Aeres, det
more or .less, and bounded by lands of
Chesley Davis, William Davis and William
Bishop; the same being the Real Estate of
which James Lofton died seized and pos Th4
Purchaser to pay for papers.
JOHN J. CARRINGT'ON, S. N. C.
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TO B. H. MAT HIS, OR HIS ASSIGNS: C3
You will take notice, That the money vie
for the redemption of the Real Estate of
t.he Estate of Samuel Young, sold for taxes dr
in May, 1874, for taxes of the year 1878, Va.,
has been deposited with Jesse C. Smith, tak
Esq., County Treasurer for Nekberry Coun
ty, S. C. * . E. WILLIAMS,
N-o 2,18l--4-t A. N. C'- nc
graw i .Wgsceuaneous. .m
000 lbs.-WHEAT BRAN, for sale at
ov. 10, 45-tf. HARMON'S.
&TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
10OUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
ested by a mortgage thereof, duly ex
Eed and delivered to me, by Chloe S.
Is, on the first day of March, A.D. 1874,
ecure the payment of certain indebted- F
i described in said mortgage, I will sell
fblicdtiot ; v Newb@ ury
he 6th day of December, A.D. .1875,
folowing real estati of'the said Chloe
Vells, to wit:
AA-ht1.tr&Lof Aand. 4tat-Ulasid
aty and State, coutainiig
IE HUNDRED AND -TWENTY-SX T,
ACRES, more or less,
bounded by lands ofJulius B. Smith,
others, by Gauntt street and public
d leading to Langfard's mill on Buh I
o be sold in three separate tracts and city
as to be exhibited. . will
'ermn of Sale to be made known. hon
rov 8 45 St 112 . H. WRIGHT. pro
. . . .. wit]
rugs # Fansy .hUcles.
IN THE SALE OF
CRS it TAl 100Al
IPR IND LIVP
And call especial attention to the
ich they are seRing,as beigthe SAIESL
EAPEST and BEST ILLUMINATING
IN USE. Jt ia waerated Isodeg
a Test. It .gives a brifiant ligh ad
be burnt in any aId every ityle of
p. A tWial, rhibch *s on ti&ti4s
it, win satisfy thatisjqu r
ted. Selr.g in any quantity, atlft N
a the sale of su
can't be beaten as topices and qualty
goods, and -invite p ---d--- nd ses T
ts of town and country to call and in.
et our stock.
QUANTITY, just iecelved and SELL.
ING:LOW FOR CASE.
e solicit orders forCS
AINS anid OnIL,
Hve s a call before purch ang ein
E. PELHAIM. J. C. WARDLAW.c
y order-of the Probate Uourt of New
ry County, I wilseil at: her late..-esh
On Friday, the 12th November, ~
following Personal Property of Naney
1 Mule. oA
7 Head of Hogs.
100 Bush. Corn.
6 Head of Cows.*
Lot of Cotton Seed.
Household and Kitchen
&dm'r., eti., of Nancy K. Tribble, dee'd.
oy. 3, 44-It.h
be two following ramned traets of land., and
g on the waters of Heller's creek and in E
ad river, .will be sold by the Boiss:st
rof Jab.ez G. Lake, deceased,
MONDAY, 6th of. DECEMBER, SALE-.
front of the Court House, during the E
i ours of ae. min
ract No. 1, contains i
Three Hundred Acres, I
e or less, ad i bounded by isada of
L. B. Heutz, Estate of Daniel Baghie
oters. On this tract are between
fty and One Hundred B
Acres Fine Bottora Laud'
a Large Two-story Brick
I all other necessary elutb,uildings,.e
ract o. 2, known as the.Old Place, A
Three Hundred Acres, a
e or less, and.is bounded by lands of
Estate of Elijah Wedemnan, deceased, yo
ite of Jacob Leitsy, deceased, lands of tern
n J. Dreher, Mrs. Lucy ilendricks and PO
erms made known on day of sale. A
ny one wishing to examine the lands Oc
be shown oer the same by Mr. J. A.
nion, or Mr. E. J. Lake. fl
THO. M. LAKE. l
ov. 3, 44-5t.
ok Agents *n
and Good Salesmen
"COINING MONEY" with the famous| The
BIDA DESIGNS, l*
French Edition of which sells for $165, yard
the ondon Edition for $200. Our Po-TI
Edition ($5.50.) eontaining over OnO 0
dred full-page quarto plates, is thke t
RA,a ndthe BEST TO SE . Cric the
writh each other in praising it, and the
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2 nte ieySX, pS.C,16 onin 2
247 nther n eeki Ardrs
n i the eekUAs. AEE ddes
J. B.TCUAR FRE AddrCO.
27 Par FOace ?e COr'. A
~. ~, ~-~* 27 Park Place, New York. M
7 GOO&s & 0Uluep
LLL and WINTER
he cit:zens of Seben7 and surround. -
Counties, are invited when viuiting th
to call and examine m tock, whk
compare *fvorabIy wi that of -my
se in the city. Orders sorited ind
pt attention given. Saihis
hFALL ? 16* AI
rior to, ant-Iemer
stock shown in Newberry
our DRY G
be found the 1 sasmesn
mnificent line af
UNKS, allHa sis e
Beides.man ht o
.1 the -oah tew ,V.
siER . A spn l m
snrei for wlich are tal en,stI
rUIUN aarL.LR defy eempeilua.
udte aie fNewbw
ctive deparamen highly ~bty
that the most exqiite taste
e mst seductive argument we ems e.
,e ii4tat here too tfah #puieef
&and spao t of money isas a
evite ttetiona short to our m
stock; AleEng adiibd that we em
asure andesauineea gooda bedeb
E want some one in e?e t tyW
orders uad deniver g afor the o.
orgnlC. 0. D. House. -e
s Splndi chance ineer
L for teright person of either.
ig or old. SAm.PE,UOWrlsts,C .
is, etc., aconlet outdS iM
-rD. Send orIt at enes and
iat desirable property in the towR of
berry, k'nown as
dwelling is large and confortablyndm
ronds, on which are every neisar
qalding, incIlGIdng veeable ad Swese
5, cover an entire square.
issisa fue opprunity for somne em.
wn the bestpiece of poty.eheb
of Newberry. Posseeien give. ea
Lras day of January, 1I?.*& -
t. 20, 42-4t . P . P000L
tow fron and Steel.
larg t of PLOW IRON and STEf.