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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1, 1879
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEJENTS.
H. R. Stevens-Vegelinc.
Colgate & Co.'s New Soap.
C. B. Bai t-To Contractors.
William Kevez-Hor<c Sto!en.
James Vick!-Vick's Fioral Guide.
T. F. Greneker-Newberry Herald.
Edw'd J. Evans-Beautiful Flowers.
Miss Auk Moore-Monoiogue Concert.
Coppock & Joh-son-Low Price Cotton.
Jones & Sauerw.,ite-Noice of Dissolu
Lozan D. Damero:-Bishop Marvmns
John P. Kinard-Commisision an Auction
S. P. Boozer-Cooking tove,-\agons,
Mrs. Ja.:. M. Baxter aTd others-To the
Ladies of Newberry County.
J. P. Pool-Note( o ir otuois and
Drinking Saloons-E1cfi,,n Notic-.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-BusinCss no
tic.s in this local column are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per linc each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, con
m?nnications relating to personal inter
ests, tributes of respct, &c. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
legal notices, obituarics, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
communications of a personal character
must be paid for in advance
The suibscription price of the Ieirald
is $2.00for twelve months, $1.00 for six
nonths, 50 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future wuill not be placed on
the subscription booles until the cash or
its equivalent is paid.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Narv
We call attention to the card of Maj.
John P. Kinard, one of the best auction
eers in the'State.
Go to Burns, for your Fruits, Oranges,
Apples, Bananas, Lemons, to be had at
the Confectionery of H. A. BURNS.
Do not fail to look for the Red X
Mark this week. If it is on your paper,
it means that your time is out.
A eboice lot of Teas, at H, A. Burns'.
The Christian congregation have
secured tbe services of Rev. J. L.
Burns, of N. C., for the ensuing year.
He will preach in town every first Sun
day in the morning and evening, and
at Helena in the afternoon.
~QUERY t "Why will mec smoke
commion tobaco, when they can buy
Mlarburg B3ros: 'Sal of .Xorth C'ar
tina,' at the same price?'! .-ly.
Wanted. - ~
A hundred or more new subscribers
to begin the ne-w year with. Show
your appreciation of our efforts, citizens
of Newberry, by giving us your names
with the cash for 3, 6 or 12 months. If
you cannot spare the money bring in its
value in something else.
It is reported that the only men
affected by the summer beat in St.
Louis, were those in the habit cf bor
rowing instead of paying for thEir
newspaper. The reading publie will
do well to ponder over this fact, and
now at the beginning of the new year
and a new volume turn over a new leaf
by sendihg in their names wvith the
price of subscription.
THUOMPSON, Dentist, over Mower's Store.
Our readers will appreciate our giv
ing a whole sheet this week instead of
the half sheet usual on this holiday oc
casion, and we ask them to take it as
an index of our purpose to make the
HERALD in every respect worthy their
support the present year. The printers
had to take a little holiday however,
and this will account for the absence of
some of the usual variety. Next week
and onwaid there shall he no lack.
ut'n's Best, Free and Easy and T.
. D. aceo, at HI. A. Barns'. 21-tf
Will, we eel assured, respond to the
all made b3 the Committee in behalf
f the Monum ntal Association, to meet
t Thespian ill, on Thursday, Janu
rv 3d, at M. The duty which
prompts the all is a sacred and im
perative one, te nd one which should no
longer be del, yed; we hope, therefore,
that the me ting will be full and the
result accom lished be a complete suc
The litti people find that Burns keeps
the swee est Confectionery, and the old
people neourage them to go there be
cause the.v know it is so. o o
The Poor House.
Tfhe Bdoard of County Commissioners
Fridyf the 27th ult., awarded the con
traci for keeping the poor house for
1879 to Mr. WV. L. Waters, his bid being
the lowest of the seven presented. He
is to receive $100 for his services, and
to have the use of the farm-a two
horse farm-and to cultivate four acres
as gardens for the use of the pauLlpers.
This is much cheaper than it has been
Mr. Waters ihe next day withdrew
his bid and the contract was awarded
to Mr. HI. C. Wilson, tihe p)resent Keep
er, at $150.
Dr. J. W. Folk,.of Jalapa, was elected
physician. His contract is to visit the
An agent of Emerson, Fisher & Co.
of Cincinnati, came in Saturday witi
twenty buggies-ten top and ten no top,
The agent sold six or eight at auctior
Saturday afternoon at the average pricE
of about $50 for the open buggies and
$70 for the top buggies. Monday
others were sold in the same way. We
understand that Messrs. Coppock &
Johnson have bought the balance of the
lot. Newberry ought to be well sup
Plied with buggies by this time.
Anof her lot of thowe Fresh Crackers
in vatiety. and 'rc 11h ndy, at 11. A.
Vick's Floral Guide.
This work is before us, and those whc
send ive cents to Jaimes Vick, Roches
ter, New York, for it will be dsp
t)ointcd. Instead of getting a cheap
thing, as the price WoUld See-Um to in
ieate, they will receive a very h:nd
om1e work of 10-0 pages, and perhaps 500
llustrations-not cheap. but elegant
illustrations, on the very best of calen
dered paper. and as a set off to the
whole, an elegant Colored Plate, which
we would judge cost twice the price
of the hOcK.
zN All communications relating to
ersonal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
quare, CIsh.in advanee. tf
We are under ohligations to Messrs.
Munn & Co., publishers of the SeienteFc
American. for packages of Uranine, a
ewly discovered color:n slbstance,
whoso coloring power is astonishing.
it admits of several beautiful experi
:ents, an atom of which .ropped into
a tumbler of water immedi.:tely sends
down through the water whvt appears
to be a bright green rootle , and the
tumbler soon looks as if it were crowded
fall of beautiful green planm. The
publishers are sending packages to each
of their readers. The paper can be se
ured for twelve months for $3 2,, or
six months for $1.60. Send subse-ip
tion to Munn & Co., 37 Park Row, N, w
The editor presented a bill for eigN
years' back subscription. The old fa- -
mer was first amazed, then indignar.t.
Ie put on his spectacles, scrutinized
he bli, and after assuring himself that
t was genuine, ise exclaimed; "I've
een supportin' this yere paper for nigh
oto eight years, and I never had no
such thing as that flung at me before.
'll stop supportin' it." Hie not only
ithdrew his valuable support, but
'iled to pay the bill.
This did not happen to the editor of
he 1HmmAL, but it is acknowledged
that there are one or twvo names on the
ooks whose indlebtednless runs back
qually as long. We are afraid to
stop their paper as we might lose their
Why let your Baby suffer and per.
lius die. when a bottle of Dr. Bull's
Ba'by Syrup would at once relieve it
md effect a cure. Price 25 cents.
For some time back notice has been
given that on the first of January the
ames of subscribers in arrears would
e erased f--om the subscription book.
Many have responded to the request
o pay up and renewv; but many
thers however have disregarded the
otice, and we begin the -unpleas-mt
work of striking out. Those who fail
to get a paper after this week will
know the cause. We are forced reluc
anly to do this, because it is imnpossi
le for us to print the paper, pay the
printer, pay the paper maker and meet
all the other incidental expenses unless
we aire paid for it. We will be pleased
to have every one renew and continue
with us, and those in arrears to pay up~
promptly and save us the trouble of
Merry Christmas! Happy New Year!
nd a jolly Fourth of July to all those
sensible people who intend to turn over
a new leaf January 1, and commence
the New year right by subscribing foi
the Southern Musical J ournal. Its the
only way to be hap py. and it will mnakt
us happy too. Just favor us with ont
old greenback dollar, and the Journal.
with its splendid selection of choic4
music, will visit you, month by month
through 1879. Yes, and besides this
we will present you with one dollars
worth of sheet music of your owvn se
lection from our stock.
Your musical friends will appreciat<
a year's subscription as a new year'
gift. Try it and see if we are not cor
rect. Address Ludden & Bates, Savan
nab, Ga., Publishers.
Now is the Time.
At this season of t he year every ont
is on the look out for something new
nice and cheap, something extra, fori
is holiday time, Christmas is at hand
and every one, big and lhttle, must b<
made to f'eel just a little happier that
common, the cost being a secondary
consideration, for it only comes once
year, you knowv. Its a settled fact tha
something has to be bought, perhap
many things, for some men and womei
d0 things on a grand scale in the happ):
Christmas time, make ever so man:
little and big ones happy and feel thi
better for it in the doing. This poin
settled, the question arises what shal
these good, nice, cheap things be, ani
where can they he had; wveIl, we an
swer(q the whole by saying at Kingslan<
& Heath's immense establishment i
Columbia, where can be found th
reatest variety of such goods as ar
eeded at this particular time. Thei
stoc is ewildeingl- lovely. 50t:
Citizens' meeting in the Court House
Thursday, 2nd., to nominate Intendant
and Wardens for the ensuing year.
This County will have only about
twenty miles o' ence to make-from
Saluda to Broad River along the line of
Newberry and Lexington.
Christmas day in town was as much
like Sunday as could be-the only dif
ference being that only two stores were
closed. in the afternoon the Silver
Cornet Band made the Streets lively
with a serenace in masks.
A young step-son of Henry Kennedy,
colored, blew himself up Christmas
niglit with a toy cannon. His face was
severely burned with powder and there
is danger of his losing one eye.
The Good Tenplars had a Christmas
Tree in their Hall Thursday night. The
Hall was beautifully decorated, and
the "Christiuas Tree," a large holly
bush, was covered with presents. Rev.
Luther Broaddus imdde a short address.
The evening passed off very pleasantly.
It is simply in keeping with common
sense to say that a specialist who gives
his undivided attention to the treat
nient of a certain class of diseases
ought to succeed where practitioners -
general practice may fail. Dit. E. B.
FOOTE, of 120 Lexington Avenue, New
York City, has given his exclusive at
tention to the treatment of CiROIC iS
I EASES for twenty-flive years, during
which time he has cured thousands
whose faces he has never seen. If you
vill send to him for his searching list
of questions you will see how this has
been done in part. Consultations in
person or by mail FREE. Dr. Foote's
works, Plain Home Talk embracing
Medical common Sense, Science in
Story, etc., are publications well known
to the reading public. Taking all of
the Doctor's publications together it is
not too much to say that millions of
copies have been sold. 52-2t.
Dr. Fant and Mr. J. D. Cash are
We are sorry to learn that Capt. J.
P. Aull is seriously ill with liert dis
Auditor L. E. Folk will occupy the
Mayes house, in front of the Female
Academy, this year.
Maj. J. P. Kinard has bought the
house on the corner of Caldwell and
Johnstone Streets, occupied last year
by Auditor Folk, and will wove in this
Co!. T. J. Lipscomub takes charge of
the Penitentiary to-day, January Ist.
He has filed his bond in the sum 0,
000, with the following sureties: Jas.
N. Lipscomb, M. B. Lipscomb, R. L.
McCaughrin, James A. Crotwell, R. C.
Chapm.an, J. N. Martin, E. HI. Christian,
and G. G. DeWalt.
Rev. Thomas G. Herbert, who has
been on the Newberry Circuit, with his
home in town, for the past four years,
has gone to his newv appointment at
Sumter as Presiding Elder of Sumter
District. He and his interesting family
will be greatly missed by the commu
Bev. A. M. Chrietzberg, Pastor for
the past year of Newberry Station, left
Monday for his new appointment,
Washington Street Church, Columbia.
He is one of the foremost preachers of
the S. C. Conference, and while here
always had good audiences to listen to
his fine sermons. Our best wishes at
tend him in his new field of labor.
Rev. .1. B. Campbell, the new Pastor
f the Methodist Church in town, with
Ihis family, arrived to-day. His last
work wvas at Union. He is regarded
as a good preacher. We hope he will
tind Newberry a pleasant home.
Rev. John WV. Kelly, the biggest man
in the S. C. Conference, who succeeds
Rev. Thomas G. Herbert, has moved
into the Circuit parsonage on Boundary
Street, with his family. He is not un
known to the peCople of this County, and
the cheers that greeted his appointment
when his name was read out for the
Newberry Circuit gives him assurance
of a hearty welcome to his new charge.
An Undeniable Truth.
You deserve to suffer, and if you
lead a miserable, unsatisfactory life in
this beautiful world, it is entirely your
own fault and there is only one excuse
Ifor you-your unreasonable prejudice
land skepticism, which has killed thou
sands. Personal knowledge and comn
mon sense reasoning will soon show
you that Green's August Flower will
cure' you of Liver Complaint, or Dys.
pesia, with all its miserable effects,
such as sick headache, palpitationi ol
the heart, sour stomach, habitual cos
tiveness, dizzincss of the head, ner
vous prostration, low spirits, &c. Its
sales now reach every towvn on the
Western Continent and not a Druggist
ut will tell you of its wvonderful cures.
You can buy a Sample Bottle for 1(
cents. Three doses will relieve you.
NEwBERRY, S. C-, The. 28, tS78
List of advertised letters for week endin;
December 28, 1878:
Chapel, Jake (col.) Kling, Kaeper
1Dutton, B. J. Mares, Albert
Gaskili, Mr. (Auction- Mitchell, Mary
er) Templeton, Dr. W. L
Parties calling for letters wvili please saa
Sif advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
SSTATE OF SOUTH CARQLINA
Bv Jacob B. Fellers, Esq., Probate Judge
1W~herea.s, E. P Chalmers, as Clerk of th<
Circuit Court, hath made suit to mae, t<
(trant him Letters of Adminiistration) ol thi
I lereliet Estate and eflects of Frederiel
Bo..1er, decease d.
Thes are therefore to cite and adumor is1
all and singular thre kindred and creditor
o the said deceased, that they be un<
~appear, before me, in the Court of Probate
to be held at Xcwberrv Court douse, ~. C.
Enters Us FIFTEAA"71T 1 61
ute w111 the samte itigh -habm
which. has heretofore cIuaracter
i-ed it, and the appeal is *nade
to the Citizens of bheCounty for
A LIBERAL AND FAIR SUPPORT
EVERY EFFORT ON THE PART OF THE PUBLISHER
SHALL BE PUT FORTH TO MAKE IT ACCEPTABLE
NOT ONLY IN POINT OF TYPOGRAPHICAL
EXECUTION, BUT IN ALL THE VAllIOTS
EDITORIAL, LOCAL and SELECTED
In short it is determined to make it so acceptable as
that every mai and woman in the County
WILL WANT ITS WEEKLY VISITS
THE SAME LIBERAL TERMS ARE OFFERED:
$2.00 per Annum in Advance, or $2.50 if no
paid in three months-- -at the expiration of
which time if not paid it will be stopped.
It Can be Take/ for 12, 6 or 3 Months
TilE JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENS
Is prepared to execute all kindls of work with the ut
most dispatch, and at prices as low as the lowest.
GIVE TTS .A. TRI.AL.
TH STATIOGERI E 'IIET
Is supplied with a full and elegant stock, which will be
sold at r'eas( na)b!o prices
T. F. GRENEKER.
Jan. 1, 1879.
Grange Depar'tinent.~ lselnos
Newbeirry Pomona Grange. No.4
The regular mectings of this Grange willii L
be held at Old Fellows' Hall, in Newberry,
on FRDAY following sale-day in January,
April, July, and October of each year, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon.JU TR EI D:
A. J. KILGORE, Secretary.
Ordinary NEWBERRY, s. 0., Dec. 31- Blo
Good Ordinary........................ Tgehr6ih mn ohrs7snl
Low Middling...........-....--.-..7 ods
Middling ........................... . Fra7l b
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current. De.2,2-f
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.N TIE
BACON-- ~ --O usa,7hdyo aur et
Shoulders, Prime New.......... 5 wl fira uhc cin h iac
Shoulders, Sugar Cured..... eogigt t, anrp Ett
Sides, C. R., New.............. N ue,cnisigo ade,H
DRY SALTED MEATS
Shoulders, New......... O es hp,&. oehrwt tc
Sides, C. R., New.......... a 6)Sdlr adae. Teatce r
Sides, Long Clear..............S th
Uncanvassed Hams........ 10poesinoJn.0Pops,ndC
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 16 .LM(AGRY
Leaf, in Tierces.......... 123 c 3 22 eee
Leaf, in Buckets.......... 13-- ---
SUG AR-N TIE
Crushed. .......................Onte15h4a o
Granulated Standard..... .. 12a UU,iSq I'
Extra C................. 12) ae alia etenn n teEtt
Coffee C............--..... 11 tpe uhr d, ec., nd eec
Yellow..............------- 10 Eloe dcd.bfoete in.J .F
Demarara.................- es ug fPoat o ebryCn
MOLASSES- - t,ndaktbedsarefrmhef
New Orleans Syrup. tie diitaioofsi sae
New Orleans Molasses. 10.~ CAMR, dnr
TEA- ~Sugar House Molasses. 40 Dc 3,I7. 5-t
Young Hlyson............... 120
1-EPPER......................--- Th8nesge epetul nom
COF FE E-pblctithcasnwichrend'
Roasted or Parched... sSe soko
Best Rio..........-.---... 25a
Good Rio..........---------2a 25 DRGADFNCARCL,
VINEGAR-Sc saeuulykp naDu wc
Cider Vinegar...i 50 wihh epcflyivtsatnin
White Wine Vinegar.. Prsrpinscr5lycopudda
Teunessee.............-- ... husot h ayadnih. Cn0efn
MEAL- o rt tet erPbi qae
Bolted... ..............-- 90Api 2, 17 fD S. PE, ..
,SOAP........................... Ga 10U lL E
ST R I ..............-- 1a 16 I . i. w ,~
FLR, CANDLE...............--- O 1 0
F ALIOUR,perbb ............ ...--60a 5
(NME M!-AJ'r .v....1
Tennessee Pork Sausage.
TenReSSee Beef SARSages
Together with many other seasonab
For sale by
J. N. UMB 00.
Dec. 25, 52-tf.
On Tuesday, 7th day of January next,
will offer at Public Auction, the balance
stock belonging to the Bankrupt Estate
F. N. l'arker, consisting of Saddles, Ha
new, whips, &c., together with a stock
Saddlery Hardware. The articles are i
the possession of Jno. O. Peoples, and ca
be seen on application to 1.im.
R. L MCOAUGHRIN,
Dec. 25, 52-st. Referee.
On the 25th day of January, 1879. I wi
make a final settlement on the Estate ,
Stephen Rutherford, dec'd., and Rebect
Elmore, dec'd., before the Hon. J. B. Fe
lers, Judge of Probate for Newberry Cout
ty, and ask to be disel.arged from the fu
ther administration of said Estate.
E. P. CHALMERS, Adm'r.
Dec. 23d, 1878. 52-5t.
The undersigned respectfully informs tl
public that he has now in charge and fi
sale, a stock of
DRUGS AND FANCY ARTICLES,
such as are usually kept in a Drug Store,
which he respectfully invites attention.
Prescriptions carefully compounded at i
hours of the day and night. Can be fom
on Pratt Street, near Public Square.
April 22, 17 tf D S. POPE, M.D.
W. H. WALLACE,
PEAltL HOMINY........- .------- o
n1857. 6. T. 1878.
Chick's Slore on Oid Sfeiart
LA P "' IV 1 1 S 1. 1 1.*C 1--1)fI
F : A NV i AP L DAY Gu0S,
1)DRi5S GOODS. DOMESTICS, LINSEYS,
TWEEDS, CASI.MERES, TRIM
'IdNGS, NOTIONS, &C.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
The above goods will be
SOLD if LIVING PRIJES.
GRANITE VILLE SIIH?TINGS, SILEET
iNGS ami DRILLINGS to merchants at
it vou studly your interest you wvill Come
and examine ly stock befre purchasing
0 M. FOOT.
Oct. 1, 42-1r.
Opposite A. A. Wicker's Old Stand.
At which place may be found a good se
Idl88' DRESS h0MS8,
LONG CLOTHS, of the best brands.
ILANNELS, SHAWLS, BQU
CASSIERS, Scorer TWEEDS,
DOESKINS and HENAVY KER
BOOT4 and SHOES,
Including the Stitch Down.
With most of the articles desired for fam
These goods are all FRESH, and selected
especially for this mnarket BY AN EXPERT in
B. . 11Uhl", & SuN.
Oct. 16, 12-tf.
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry.
WV1TCHES IND JEWE~LRY
At the New Store on Hotel Lot.
I hI.re now on hiand a large and elegant
SWATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY,
LSilver and Plated Ware,
VIOLIN AND GUITAR~ STRINGS,
SPECTACLES AND SPECTACLE eASES,
WEDDIN6 AND BIRTHDAY PRESENTS,
IN ENDLEss TARIETY.
All orders by milI promptly attended to.
Watchimaking anid Repair'ing
Done Cheaply end with Dispatch.
Call and examine rmy stock~ and prices.
Nov. 21, 47-t f.
Bead Doxes--very pretty.
Desks-the very thing.
Paper W eigh ts --hian dsomie.
Inkstanids-neat and pretty.
Testaments-in same style.
N oiseless Slates.
Backgammon Boa rds and CThecka.
Serap Books and Albums.
Dolt::, two for five cents.
P'icture Books-inl great variety.
And Many Oither Articles.
e EW SUPPLY OF
T. F. GRENEKER.
Dee. 25, 52-2t.
[|8rItma8 a.rd N8W Year
IIERELD B00K SfORE
e B3eautiful assortment new Bibles, Testa
>r ments, Prayer Books, Perforated Mottoes,
Wi riing Desks, Diaries, Record Books, Ta
biets, Autographd Albums, Wheel of Fortune,
toAmong the games arec the popular Old
dil Maid, Snap, Totem, Object Puzzles, Evely
id b,udy-An5 body, Avilude, &c.
Beautiful Chritmas and New Years'
- Charming Assortment of Box Paper.
IIold 4he Fort Toy Money Box for Boys.
Elevated Railroads-entirely new and
.T be Popular School-Crandall's.
Picture- BnoL-s in infinite number and Ya
F R- A S'o
A u 19' pr 's.: ha:x b.'en n'.i :t
HEAL BGOK STOURE,
n -ai irit ioni of -h. - : event, -md
.mon r' he inany artiCs Vn ha ni :-re
Alphabet ]"!ovk. ,i.t*nls ;4)V V0111S'
iGni! ,ames. gales.
"-ancy x , [ram I,lat CS.
Story Book:s, rancy Papeteric,
Story Books. Fancy Palierie,
story Books, S 4 j F.ney llapetvrie,
11iNbes, gih Hoasp,., Fl.s
Bibles. gilt. ( -) NIis les, Tops,
ANhD o.5 Rbms
Suitable for tj to orAd-tn .or
I t" NOT 'FOi4GEr THlE PLACE.
HERALDP R00K STORE.
T. F R ENEsK,.
The subserivars iform tl,.e public Onat&
they have on hand EMBArAING CAS ES,
and are propared to EMBALM in a s.tisfac.
tory manzi-Gr. B a the use of t'ese cases
,odies can be kept throtugh :01I tiwe with a
perfect !eservation of fratires. Those
%vho wik; onD services will cila on u;. These
Ll.lblalming caises are beautiful in their
ma.lke and we gunlrantec fkhc.,.; to be all that
is said of theni, 01r take baick and reslund
II CHAUiPIi, & SON,
Santa Claus' He~adquaters!
H A BURN.S'.
MTOYK! TOMYM! 2CMTOI!!!I
AND A NIY OTNE
B,EAUTUL TARLTICLSVES !
SItae yor Pwa tstohigi, ret ad
toryasanr.y at,es oules caes
makey anAegaatethem teall ta,
Dec. 11, 50-y.
AN TEVERY TBT PRICES
Conecrtniest varitycc xiie
Pin nrenc Cany,
LeAUTIsU TOraLEsE, aaAS,
MUGSn Us, C.rat, rn
Cheawntl and fasgTob aen hoicead
Pik2saspcaly y.g h Arlanthea
Nov. 11, 50-Sy.
IPlai andlt tre Crady, rtof
NewberryCounai,n hIs Curayts, Citn
nar net, or fNulits~ a Crackrs, a
S. eam T;RE ~ara
Cheing t and Sm on Tobao arind Choic
tePicsa secialty, aon whistch are the
cElebrADY MoniellO le hand.Co
DOBE H. SNL A BUNIS'
Notie bfor Feinatl Doischzarel.
Ipill appl c nto the (robe stfCor o
Giryvext or a i,al wioca re( woGurdi.
of GereT. Etlis of. GISo Pl
De iNS, 5ih ~1 -5t l'*.iupevien
W e und ter atnbtion o triend and
PEor wEA Y cmpAtD OKo ad
RIC1ES AND SITI.E SETBIES
OAdE FOrd IOEs ESn. andic atNsuch
pics iascnn fai l to b st.acoy
Give usg call all wanoo work.de
WJWILUL TAY O &DE aOf
tOpptesite tv , of aBGGIES orPH.
Any if o lcord g odr artie
In tbene Stoiation o Lineth
In the Eintinnere Ijna
LST :1T,E 01'O T11 CAROLNA
0j'V EN" B1i"l,h
I~ virtu ofan Execution to mu, directed
Ah t.e %bo-.oe :tated caus., I %iiil sell on the
Fire! Monday, Sae-day iin Januarv, A. D.
1 !79, ht N :brr (. ., ' ihin the legal
he'':rs' of sal. OW e ihe bi"dk< , le fo
lowing property : One Hlou!e mid Lot in
!.e lTown Of Newberry, S. C., ecnt-it.inz
4.NE AGRE. mor0 or ie:, boUund'-d on the
WVet by A1..s Strmet, whicI S.-paratcs it
fion t) h Ne w b er F-!.tln Academy lot,
v Ihe 'Sou; by B);11udary Stree-, on the
Nr:h q by Johnstone Stre,and on :1 East
T.RMs-C ASH. Purchaser to p,ay for
pap: IS. 1). B. WHIEELEIR, S N. c.
hi pl's (iice, Dec. 13, 1878.
Si--:n 17 )0
STATE 01: SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
11. C. Muses -i A am:nr. IR. v-. P. H. Dennis,
Bv %'irtu of in excu:ion to me dirccted
in th abere stIa.d cau, I wil! soil on the
firSt 'Ionay, sale (Ity in Januiry, A. D.1
1',179, at New berry C. 1., within the legal
hours >f sale, to the highest bidder, the I
folw;: r .; .t.ate to w i ;al1 that tract
or p'tutaIGi of jad sit;aved in te Coun
ty ami dt aore-i- co;.tainin. one hun
di-d d S:Ixv acri n-or,e or less ;and houl
died by lands of the C..tiL of A:.1uuu Chap
man, deceased, by laods of A. B. Cromer,
Susannah Dennis and o1hers.
Terms Cash, purchaser. to pa-r for papers.
D. B. WiEELER, s. N. c.
Sherifl's Offile, Dee. 14, 1878.
51-Itt f7 50
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
0. L. Schumpert vs. William W. Miller.
By virtue of an Exccittin in the above
stat(I Case and C. sunidrv other exi.cutions
to mUL dircted, I will sel, at Newberry C
U., on the First Monday, Sale-day, in Janu
ary, A. D 1879, within the legal hours of
s:le, to the ihighe3t bidder, FIVE (5)
BALES COTTON. Levied on as the pro
perty of Willia,n W. Miller.
D. B. WHEELER, s.x. .
Dec. 21st, 1878. 52-2L t3 50
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Steffens & Werner, vs. William W. Griffin.
Order of Foreclosure.
In obedience to an order of Foreclosure
from the Court of Common Please to me
directed in the above st-itnd case, I will
sell on the FIRST MONDAY, (<ale-d.av) in
JANUARY A. D. 1S79, at Newberry, C. H.,
within the legal hours of sale to the highest,
bidder the following property to wit: All
that tract or p!Aantat1on1 of land lVing and
ben in the Coumyr anid State aforesaid,
contaiining s;eenty'-si, acig'a, n.ctre or lecs,
bounded by lane, cf ;-:UiL>eth Grillin,
A brami Moore, John McCullough and Mary
Also, all that tract or plantation of lan;d
situated in the County and State aforesaid,
containting thirty-three acres, moure or
lees, bounded by hands of Mrs. Sarah Bobb,
estate of John S. Bobb and the tract aboce
T xM --One-third cash, t!Chealai,e: a
eredit~ of one and two years to be~ secured
by a bond of the purch:aser with at least
one approved surety and a mnortgage~ of the
premnises sold. D. B. W HE E LER, s. N. c.
Sheriff's O)tice, Diee. 14, 1878i.
51-2t. ?10 00.
sTATE OF SOU;TH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWD3ERRY.
D. B. and J. M. WVheeler-, as Ex'ors., of Ja
cob WVheeler, dee'd., vs. Cornelia T.
Order of Foreelosur e.
In obe~dienice to tin order of Foreclosure
front the Court of C;onnion Picas, to un
iirected, in the abo~vei staited case, I wm
sel, on the First Moa2.v. Sale-day, in Jan
ua K A.i. 1879, : Newbierry C. H.,
n i:f ti .e legd hour's of s;le, to the high
es: b;4ier, the folow ing Real Est-ite : "!
and sing:..r thant t rac puaree! or plantation
of hm~.d, lying arid heing ' in tie Town of
Newhrry, boun;d:d on th~ South by lands
oV W W.House;alI an trle re Sneet, East
by Adamsi., S:et Wa-' by (' 1we!!1 Street,
t(iAU.E j!UN)DilD AND TWVENTY
IX iCRE.S, mo:re~ or les." WAhich said
land will be sai in1 se ante trac~tts, plats of
said tracts will ie exhibited on the day of
TERaMS OF ?:ALE~ -Onie-hrdlf cash, the bal
ance on a credit of tweive months, with in
terest from d.uy of sa!ei, to be secured by
bond of the purchaser, with a mortgage of
the premises sold. P'urchaser to pay for
E. C. LONGSHORIE,
(;oroie!' of N. C.
Coronier's Offi e, Dec. 13, 1878.
STATE OFi SOUTHU CAROLINA,
COUNT1Y OF NEWBERRY.
Notice is hereby given that under and by
virtue of a mnortgige with power of' sale, to
mue given oii the 24th day of A pril, 1876, by
Mtrs. E. A. Payne and J. W. Payne, Jr., I
will sell, on Sale-day in January, 1879, all
that tract or plantration of land, situate in
said County and State, containing ThREE
HUNDRED ACRES, more or less, and
bounJed by jands of John Mathis, Mrs.
Francis White, Johu T. Hill and G. C. Ri
Termis of Sale-CASH. Purchaser to pay
for papers. J. P. PHILLIPS,
Dec. 4, 49- 5t. Mortgagee.
Valuable Lot for Sale!
The undersig.ned will offer for sale, on
Monday, the 6th day of January, 1879, at
public outcry', to the highest bidder there
for, that lot in the town of Newberry,
fronting on Main or Pratt Street, thence
running bac-k perpendicularly thereto eighty
feet by eighteen feet in w.dlth, thence eight
en by forty feet in width, and bounded by
lots of J. D. Cash, J. B. Smith, C. & G. S.
Mower and Mrs. - Bartlett.
TERMS-One-third cash, the balance in
two equal instalme-its, payable in oue and
two years front d ty of sal>, with interest
fronm day of sale, to be secured by bond ot
purchaser- and a mortgage of the p)remnises
sold. The lot will be resold at risk of pur
chaser if termns are not complied with in
one day. GE(). 8. MOWER,
Assignee of H. IH. Blhease.
J. D. SM ITH! LIVINGSTON,
Agent of Creditors o& I. h. Blease.
Dec. 18;, 5l-;t
EttofJohn Monts, dcae,will ren
der' thmi duly ajtte s d to t he ti uit i
ed, on or before the Twelfth of January
next. LEVI MONTS,
Dec. 12, 1878-51--St* Bxecutors.
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