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Special and Local.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 29, 1879.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
W. W. Cole's Circus.
R. B. Lyons-Not'ce.
Rev. A. Reeder- Notice.
The Pictorial History of the United States.
Rev. S. Lande&-Wiljia-nston Female Col
0. B. Butler & Co.-Dissolution of Co
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Down Train atrives ...........12 17 P M
Up Train arrilEs...........12 59 P M
Laurens Train arrives. .......... 9 30 A M
"4 "c leaves......... 4 00 P M
Up mail closes at................12 30 P M
Down mail closes at..............11 45 A M
Laurens mail closes at...... ..... 3 00 P M
R. W.,BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C,, Oct. 10, 1579.
This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertisig Bu
reau (10 Spruce St.,) where advertising con
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. J.
H. Goree, of this county, aged 6 months
and 14 days, died of congestion on Mon
Annie, a bright, pretty little daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Y. Leavell.
died Thursday morning, of pneumonia,
aged three years. She had been sick
only a few days.
Mrs. Ella Cook, died in Bartow Co.,
Georgia, on the 17th of October, 1879.
The deceased was born in this County,
Sept. 20th,~1828, and was 51 years of
age, and was the sister of Mrs. George
A. Sligb.' She had been in bad health
for many years and subject to great
suffering, all of which she bore with
Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Tobaccos, Cigars and Pipes.
All prices. Cheap. 9-1y
Nov. the 7th
Will be the biggest day of the season,
inasmuch as W. W. Cole's Big Show
will be on hand. It is the most exten
sive and attractive Circus and Menage
For the best Horse and Mule Shoeing
go to J. Taylor, opposite the Jail.
* Oct. 8, 41-6m.
We trust the readers of the HERALD
this week will not complain because .so
much space is given up to the Fair.
It only comes once a year, remember,
and atter all the half is not told. We
would like to mention every article ex
hibited but that is impossible.
THOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald office
U. S. Jurors.
The following are the jurors from
this County for the November Term of
the U. S. Circuit Court in Charleston:
Grand Juror, D. H. Maffett; Petit Ju
rors, W. T. Tarrant, T. W. Holloway.
H. A. Burns has moved next to the
Post Office. 38-tf.
A few persons in the town and coun
ty reported frost Saturday morning.
* Sunday morning there was a consid
erable frost that killed potato vines
and other tender vegetation, but cotton
shows very little signs of it.
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy
By reference to card it will be seen
that Mr. J. 1N. Fowles has sold his in
terest in the business of 0. B. Butler &
Co., to Mr. R. H. Anderson, late Master
Machinist of the Helena Shops. We
wish all parties concerned large suc
*Go to H. A. Burns for a good assort
ment of Crackers, Plain and French
Candy. ______ 9-1y
There was an article on cxhibition
at the Fair last week with the following
label.: "Made by a little girl fourteen
years old." Th~Te skill and taste dis
played in the work were remarkable,
but the most remarkable thing about
it, is that at this day there should be a
little girl fourteen years old.
Go to H. A. Burns for Fruits. Fresh.
Doctors as Shootists.
Drs. D. S. Pope and J. K. Gilder
went bird hunting Friday, and killed
forty partridges. Drs. Gilder and J.
M. H. Ruff did the best shooting at the
shooting-match Thursday on the Fair
Grounds. It seems that Doctors are
good shots; perhaps its because they
have steadier nerves than other people,
One, two, three and four horse
Studcbaker Wagons. The best made.
All warranted. Just received and for
COPPOCK & JOHNSON.
Vaubl an '
pAcesolnd t besoeildy ieted tosthe
onarcefst fndo in olvbytemer n
der theadirstMondaySiitNovemer, un-J
. me .T ri Smith. Clerk, vs. J.
Fine Flour with Thanks.
Messrs. Wheeler & Moseley, of Pros
perity, had on exhibition at the Fair a
sack of superfine flour made at their
Mills which, after serving its purpose
there, through their exceeding liberality
found its way into our hands, a token
of their kindness which we highly ap
preciate. This is not the first time they
have floured the editor.
Go to H. A. Burns for your Confec
tioneries, Canned Goods, Tea, Spice,
Pepper, Laundry Soap, Starch, Blucing,
Soda, Sugar, Coffee, Pickles, and also
a good assortment of Toys. 9-ly
Delegates to General Synod.
The following persons were elected
by the Lutheran Synod at Prosperity
last week to the General Synod: Rev.
W. S. Bowman, ). D., Rev. J. Haw
kins, Rev. J. 1). Shirey, Rev. J. F.
Probst, Rev. E. T. Horn, Messrs. Geo.
S. IHacker, R. G. Chisolm, D. B. Wheel
er, Wm. Haltiwanger, G. Leaphart.
The Trustees of Newberry College
What is the Matter ?
Why so pale, so languid ? Are you
sick ? Evidently, your liver is not do
ing its duty. You cannot live in com
fort or peace until you are relieved.
Go to the nearest drug store and buy a
box of Dr. Gilder's Liver Pills. A few
oses will restore you to perfect health,
and give a rosy tint to your check.
A Pleasant Voice
From Roseborough made by Charlie
says the HERALD stands high in that
neighborhood, and that the good wives
won't tolerate their husbands unless they
are paid up subscribers. This is cor
Another from below says he will stop
his corn bread ere he stops the HERALD.
And many others equally impressive.
Not for many seasons have renewals
been made so promptly, while new sub
scribers are being daily placed upon
About the close of the Fair Friday a
race was gotten up between two young
horses belonging to Mr. E. C. Simkins
and Dr. Jno. M. Thompson. Mr.
Griff Williams rode Mr. S.'s horse, and
Mr. Frank Fant's colored jockey, An
drew,the other. They ran on the track
at the Fair Grounds. Mr. Williams
was some distance ahead, when his
horse ran against the rope, being un
able to make the short turn at full
speed, and his rider was thrown to the
ground with great violence, and was
considerably bruised, though not se
riously-hurt. The other horse followed,
and his rider was also thrown, but re
ceived no injury.
If you have Corns or Bunions. use
oussens' Lightning Liniment, and you
an trip the light fantastic with ease
and grace. It will also cure Rheuma
ism, Lame Back, Sprains, Bruises, etc.
n animals, for Galls, Spavin, Ring
one etc., it effects a speedy and per
manent cure. Remember Coussens'
Lightning Liniment. Price 50 ets. For
sale by W. E. Pelham. eow
A son of Mr. J. J. Paysinger fell and
dislocated his elbow joint Friday. Dr.
McIntosh was sent for. but when he
rrived Mr. Paysinger dad already set
he joint in place.
Mr. Jas. Fair got his band caught in
a gin hand the 20th inst. A bone of
he wrist was broken and his thumb
ad fingers hurt.
A negro train hand Sunday afternoon
in trying to get on the conductors cab.
near the depot, slipped and fell with his
head close to the track. With great
presence of mind he rolled over and es
aped death, the elbow of his right arm
being badly bruised.
An Incendiary Fire.
Mr. J. S. Hair's gin-house was burn
ed down Sunday night, with its con
tents, consisting of thirty-six bales of
seed cotton, gin, .running-gear, &c.
When first discovered the house was all
in a blaze, and it could not be seen
where it caught. Mr. Hair and others
say when they - went to the fire they
could distinguish very clearly the smell
of kerosene. Mr. Win. Y. Fair was to
be along in a few days with his steam
gin to gin the cotton, which was stored
in the house awaiting his coming. The
house was worth about $800-insured
for $500. The cotton was insured for
$1,500. Insured in Maj. Win. F.
Nance's agency. The insurance was
to expire as soon as the ginning began.
The house must have been set on fire.
The Big Show Coming.
The most Complete Circus organization
of the day is W. WV. Cole's New York and
New Orleans Chxeus and Menagerie, which
will appear in this city on the 7th of No
veber. It is now making its eleventh
tour of the country, and is in every respect
an improvemenlt, not only upon all other
similar enterprises, but even upon what
it has been in the past. The Menagerie
has been improved both in the number and
individual value of its Zoological speci
mens ; the rolling stock has been increased
and beautified; the wardrobes of the artists
have been thoroughly renewed; and the
artists themselves appear stronger in num
bers and higher in repute than ever. It
would be impossible to mention the names
or cite the excellencies of all the performers,
and it must suffice to say that this year's
programme contains the names of Captain
and Mrs. Bates the married Giants, whose
reluctance to make a fresh engagement
this spring was overcome only by the mu
nificence of Mr. Cole's offer ; of Signor Car
dozo, the Fire-Demon whose feat of re
mnaining for ten minutes ini the midst of
flames is unparalleled; of George D. Conklin,
the Lion-King ; of Frank Gardner, Jockey
Rde- and Champion Leaper (his challenge
to pay $1000 to any one accomplishing
his feat of making a double somersault over
22 horses is still unaccepted), of Cariotta
Wabold, tne Queen of Lady Bare-back
Riders ; of Young Leon, rider of six horses ;
o the Clow ns, Tom MacIntyre, Pico and
Dan Kennedy, and the other artists, who
combine in making up Mr. Cole's un
paralleled aggregation of circus-talent. The
live stock employed in connection with
th show number 175 head, of which
the most remarkable are Humbolt and Hin
doo, tihe most famous circus horses of the
world, and a quartette of trained stallions,
whose exhibition of dumb intelligence un
der the direction of their trainer, Mr. W.
W. Organ, will be found a most pleasing
feature of the entertainment. The outlay
involved in getting together so much
beauty and richness of equipment and
rareness of talent has been enormous. The
original outlay of $d00,000 in organizing
this great Circus and Menagerie having
been increased by $50,000 cash, which Mr.
Fare to the State Fair.
The following are the rates from
stations in this County to the State
Fair in Columbia, which begins the
11th of November and closes the 14th.
For round trip tickets: Powaria, $1.30;
Prosperity, 81.60 ; Newberry, $1.90;
Chappell's, 82.60. Tickets on sale
from the 8th to the 13th of Novein
ber, good to return till the 18th of
As to excursion trains from New.
berry, we have received the following
from Jabez Norton, Jr., Gen. Ticket
A2t. of the G. & C. R. R. : "Unless
sowne unforeseen circumstance arises
to prevent, we will run the excursion
train between Newberry and Colum
bia. We cannot yet name the days
or the schedule-but probably each
day-leaving Newberry early in the
morning and returning in the even
The name of Miss Annie Hill was on
the programme of last evening's con
cert for the benefit of the yellow fever
sufferers, but having contracted a se
vere cold, her friends feared she would
be unable to fulfill her engagement.
However, she appeared and sang Er
nani Involami in tones so clear, and
with such artistic execution, that she
received a hearty encore. I was ena
bled to do this, she said, by using Cous
sens' Honey of Tar, the best compound
in the world for clearing the voice, re
lieving hoarseness, curing coughs and
colds. Price 50 ets. For sale by W.
E. Pelham. eow
Col. Wm. Wallace, of Columbia, fa
vored Newberry with a visit during the
Senator Lipscomb attended the Fair,
having almost recovered from his recent
Mr, C. H. Beard, of the Columbia
Register, wrote up the Fair for his
Mr. George Marshall, of Ninety-Six,
with a splendid team of chestnut sor
rels was in town last week.
Dr. D. S. Pope, of Columbia, was
hand. He brought up a splendid sam
ple of brooms, palmetto hats and other
things to exhibit from the State Peni
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Holmes, L. H.
Watts, Master of Laurens County, Mr.
J. A. Watts, Col. R. C. Watts, Mr. Ir
by and others from Laurens Court
House attended the Fair-a fine looking
We are pleased Ao learn that Mrs.
Langford returned from Maryland last
Friday, bringing with her Miss Henri
etta, of whose serious illness mention
has been made, and that she is some
The Electric Light.
Our citizens will, for the first time since
its discovery, have an opportunity of wit
nessing this new and powerful illuminator.
W. W. ('ole's Circus will use it on Friday,
Nov. '7th. This light caused by electricity
a 20 horse power engine, a 30 horse power
boiler, and 20,000 yards of insulated tele
graph wire. It is a great, bright, dazzlhng
light, yet emits no heat. A newspaper of
the finest print can be read two miles from
the jets. Colors appear natural. Blue is
blue ; green is green, which is not the case
with gas light. There are no dangers in
its use. It does not vitiate the air, and is
perfectly white. A thousand gas jets has
the appearanco of a few t.allow candles
burning when placed by the side of this
wonderful electric light. The only expense
attending it being the original investment
of engine, telegraph wire and machine or
battery which amounts to about fifteen
thousand dollars. The actual daily cost of
the light is merely a trifle. It is the light.
of the future, and will soon be utilized so
as to illuminate cities.. It is certainly the
greatest discovery of the present century,
and has caused more astonishment, excited
more admiration and is the theme of more
conversation than any circumstance that
has come to the notice of the public within
the last decade. It is a most beautiful
light, almost indescribable. A grand re
fulgent brightness, Heaven's own gift to
Varous and all About.
Court meets Monday.
Ask Mr, G. F. 'Long how to dis
tinguish long staple cotton.
The man who won't take a paper
because he can borrow one, has invent
ed a machine witb which he can cook
his dinner by the smoke of his neigh
Friday is the last day for paying
taxes. Don't flatter yourselves that the
time will be extended; the Treasurer
has received no such instruction, and
we have no idea that such a thing will
Standing on the step of a tangle-leg
Saloon a young man glanced up and
down and seeing a staid citizen he
called out, "Have you any ice for sale?"
The question for the next Debating
Society is did he want ice?
A postal card received at the Post
Office bore the following intelligible
po So pes
Se VeR SeRt
Ra Vet he lak
Mr. Boone made it out to be Post
Office, Silver Street, Rev. Henry Clark.
Newberry is a progressive town
proved by the new buildings going up
-a live and energetic town, but there
is a, spirit of "every body for himself
and the devil take the hindmost" per
vading the rank and file which is de
trimental to the general prosperity, and
acts like a wet blanket on those who
have not the push and brass to elbow
their way through. All are not like
Paddy in Purgatory who was being
prayed out by the Priest. After get
ting Pat to the door and one shoulder
out he wanted more money of the son
to pay for more prayers. "Divil another
cent," said the son, "if the ouild man is
that near out St. Peter himself could
not hould him in."
Southern Musical Journal.
With the Nov. number is inaugurated
Vol. VIII of this valuable miusicatl monthly.
For seven years it has gladde~ned the hearts
of ouhern music lovers, and year by year
it has gained popularity and circulationf,
until :t now Visits nearly every postoffice in
our music loving South, and performs no
unimportant part towards the musical edu
cation of our people. The musical contents
for this month are "Life's Merry May," a
calisthenic carol, adapted by W. Ludden ;
"Petersdorf Marck," by Carl Faust ; "Come
;.i ~ ~1~i~t the door." serio-COfl)iC song
Dr. J. W. Folk, of Jalapa, made
The tanned sheep skins excited gene
ral admiration for their beautiful finish.
Union and Laurens Counties were
well represented in visitors and exhibi
The Ladies of the Monumental Asso
ciation cleared $42.65 from their dinner
Mr. A. J. McCaughrin's two Jersey
Heifers are perfect beauties, and the
owner is to be envied.
That fine Guernsey Bull of Mr. J. R.
Spearman is 3 years old, and the only
thoroughbred of its kind in the State.
Messrs. Smith & Christian had be
tween two and three hundred horses in
their stables every day during the Fair.
New berry can beat any County in the
State on fine horses. The display at
the Fair was something to be proud of.
The little girls were busy during the
Fair collectingr money for the County
Monument Association. They took in
The wines on exhibition. were so
freely sampled that many of the bot
tles were emptied. We have been re
quested to say that this was a new
That pretty tiny bed-room set of wal
nut would make a little girl so happy.
It's a beauty. It was raffled off Friday,
and won by Col. R. V. Gist. Now,
what use has he for it? But such is
Lace work by a child 14 years old,
a crotchet child's sack, a crotchet
shawl, a lace handkerchief, and a large
variety of Green house flowers, claim
ed much attention.
A very pretty piece of work and
very much admired by the ladies was
a pillow sham with thread lace inser
tion, made with 25 bobbins. Oh the
amount of bobbin' done.
The wine committee could'nt find a
cork screw to open their bottles until
an editor came up and furnished one
he uses on paregoric bottles. A thim
ble full of blackb.rry wine was his re
The needle and fancy work depart
mrent we have never seen excelled.
Such beautiful hair work, feather dust
ers, tapestry work (a fine specimen of
which i% a piano cover), fish scale flow
ers, worsted work.
The article we lingered longest over
was Mrs. Maggie Lea7ell Tarrant's
Centennial Herbarium. The next best
thing and by far the prettiest show in
the room was the case of stationery.
Neither one received mention from the
fact that they were pretty euough to
speak for themselves.
Among the patchwork quilts, two of
silk, Nos. 745 and 633, and 549, the lat
ter made by a little girl 6 years of age,
were particularly noticeable. A home
made rug, No. 132, also deserves men
tion, we could not ascertain of what
material it was made, but the amount
of work on it was wonderful. A wool
en counterpane, No. 333, was a good
piece of work.
It is hardly yet possible to say what
will be the size of the cotton crop, or
even the size of the average man or
woman's pile of money; but it is mor
ally certain that there will be a pretty
good crop of the former and that the
latter will soon be larger than it has
been for many long months. And one
other thing is also certain, that money
will be spent judiciously and not thrown
away. When anything is wanted it
will be first asked where can it be had
the cheapest and best. To meet that
want Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, of
Columbia, have determined to keep up
with the great change in prices and cir
cumstances and offer their large and
beautiful stock of china, crockery, glass
and other ware at prices which del'y
com petition. A proof of the pudding is
in chewing the bag. Try them. tf.
NEwBERRY, S. C., Oct. 28, 1879.
Good Ordinary................ a
Low M'ddling................... 9a
Middling ...................... 9a
Good M:ddling ................a
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New.... 5
Shoulders, S'ugar Cured.. 6
Sides, C. R., New......... 6
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a 63
Sides, Long Clear........ 6
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 12
Leaf, in Tierces............. 10
Leaf, in Buckets............ 11
G-anulated Standard..... .12a
Eytra C.................. 11
Coffee C................... 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syu..75
New Orleans Molasses. 40
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Young Hyson.............. 1.50
Roasted or Parched... 0
Best Rio............... 25a
Good Rio.............. 20a
White Wine Vinegar 65
SOAP.......................-- 6a 10
STAR CASDLES................ 15
FLOUR, per 6bl............. .. -6.0a 8.00
CANDY .. . ... ..... 15
CONCENTRATED LYE......... . 15
ENGLISH SODA................ 10
HORSFORDS BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
A XLE GREASE.................. -- 10 ,
TOBACCO.............. ....... ---- 60a 1.25
NAILS (10) keg.... .............-3.50
BAG GING-Heavy...............-- 12
ARROW TIES, per bunch.......... 2 50
RED CLOVER SEED-per lb.~.20
RED OATS-per Lu...........40a
Dry Goodis and .Votions.
DRY GOODS MPORIUMI
II. a* CLVi1E ? COO
Respoctrulty nioounce that their assort
STAPLE AND FANCY
LADIES' FINE SHOES
.-AN D -
IS NOW OPEN,
And invite an early inspection by their
friends and customers.
With thanks for past favors we respect
fully solicit a continuance of the same.
Oct. 15, 42-tf.
LATEST AND BEST
DiRY GOD AND NOTION!
longyards and S h fofits,
NO. 5 MOLLOHON ROW,
Have just opened and will continue dur
ing the season to receive the latest and best
Staple and Fancy Goods,
Dress Goods, White Goods,
Hosiery, Gloves, &c.,
Together with a superb assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
For Ladies, Gentlemen and Youths.
Our s..ock is fresh, is in large and com
plete variety,and was bought low with a view
t sell and not to keep, therefore the pub
li of Newberry may oe confident of getting
the best at the very lowest prices.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED
THAT WE MEAN BUSINESS.
TERMS POSITIVEL.Y CASH.
M'FALL & SATTER WHTE.
Sep. 24, 39-tf.
The subscriber having bought the stock
of the firm of J. Taylor & Co., will continue
to conduct the business in all of its various
PAINTING AND TRIMMING,
All of w~hich w'ill be done in first class style.
I have a choice and well selected stock
of seasoned material and will build
Double and Single Seat
for sale and to order, of any style or pat
tern, promptly, and guarantee satisfaction,
as I will employ none but the best and
most careful workmen ; and spare no pains
OL eCARRAGE AN BtcasUGGIES reno
vated and made to look equal to new.
REPAIRING done in the best manner
and with dispatch.
HORsESIHOEING and PLANTATION
Al fte abved e.lbe executed
AT LOESTC ASH PRIC ES.
A liberal patronage respectfully solicited.
Shop Opposite Jail,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 8, 41-Gm.
I am receiving a full line of
Fine Qold Jewelry,
PLAIN IIQLI UIN88,
Stering Silver Wedding Presents
I am Agent for the J. E. SPENCER &
Diamond Pebble Glasses,
all ages. Watch and all kind of Repairing
and Engraving done in the Best Style.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Oct. 22, 43-2mn.
Al person hatvino- demands against thE
Nlw and Fashionable CIothin
Gent's Furnishing Goods
IMPORTED CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES,
Call and examine styles and prices of tl
undersigned, who is prepared to sell
Honest Goods at Bottom Prices.
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT in charge of
skillful mechanic, ready to make up, or oi
der to measure from selected sample
Fashionable and Stylish Glothing.
E. A. SCOTT.
Oct. 15, 42-st.
HATS, SHOES, &c.
NEW FALL STOCH
WIGHT & J . OPPOI
Invite attention to their elegant stock c
Cloihir & Fumishing Goods
Both in Quality and
Suits Fine, Medium, Common
LOWER THAN EVER.
CIVE US A CALL.
WRIGUT &J. JW. COPPOCK
No. 4 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Oct. 1, 17-1y.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLE AS.
Lovelace & Wheeler, vs. Alfred Wilso.
By order of this Court, I will sell befor
the Cour. House, at Newberry,
on the First Monday (3d day) of Novembe
all that lot of land in the County an
State aforesaid, containing
Ten Acres and a Fourth, more or less,
adjoining the Greenville, & Columbia Rai
road, lands formerly owned by John Wi
liams, lands of E. P. Lake and of Jess
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Oct 9, 1879, 42--St. f5.25.
One Hundred Raw Hides,
At PINE GROVE TANNERY.
MARTIN & MOWER
Oct. 15, 18'79. 42-tf.
One, Two, Three and Four
Horse Milburn Wagons,
Which gave such universal satisfaction 1
our customers last season. Bought befor
the recent heavy advance in Iron, and o
fered to our friends for next thirt) days,
old prices for cash. Now is your ime 1
get a good wagon cheap.
At S. P. BOOZER'S
Oct. 15, 42-4t Hardware Store.
SALE OF LAND.
We, the undersigned, will sell at Nev
berry Court House, on the First Mondayi
November next, all that tract of land lyin
in Newberry County, three miles East<
adjoining lands of Jacob Singley, Harriso
Cannon, Mrs. Caroline Cook and Willia:
Werts. Possession given first 1st day<
TERMS-Half cash, balance in one an
two years installments, with interest froi
day ~of sale. Purohaser to give mort'gag
of land anid pay for papers. This tract wi
he divided into three parcels. Plats show~
on day of sale.
JAMES H. AULL,
CARRIE E. MULL.
Oct. 1, 40-3t*eow.
Fisk's Patent Metal
ic Burial Cases.
Also, Walnut and Rosewood Coffins ai
Caskets always on hand.
Will personally superintend the prepar
tion,of graves, *building of vaults, using
their construction best hydraulic cemen
rendering them perfectly waterproof.
All orders promptly attended to day
Offce in rear of. Leavell & Speers' Marb
L. M. SPEERS.
A pr. 23, 1879-1'7--tf.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN)
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Hamilton H. Folk, as Executor of the la
will and testament of John P. Buzhiard
deceased, Petitioner, against Thomas ]
Buzhardt and others, Defendants.
Petition for Construction of Will, &c.
The creditors of John P. Buzhardt a
required by an order in this case to rend
in and establish their deniands before tI
Court on or before the twentieth day
J. B. FELLERS, J. r. N. C.
Oct IS 1879-43-3t.
STATE oF soq1UTi CAROLINA
i COUNTY OF NEWBE .'RY
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Jesse C. Smith, Clerk, vs. Jas. M. Baxte
By order of this Court, I will sell, befor
the Court House, at Newberry,
on the First Monday, (3d day) of Novem
e all that tract or parcel of land, situated i!
the (ounty and State aforesaid, contain
Two Hundred and Eighty-one and p-li
a Acres, more or less,
and bounded by Belfast or Island For(
Road, lands of Mrs. Thos. F. Harmon. Jas
M. Baxter, by the liggins' Ferry Road
and by the new cut Road to O'Neall's Mills
which separates it from lands of Jno. R
Also, all that. lot of land situated in saik
County and State, containing
Eight Acres and Four Tenths, more oi
lying north of Gauntt street, adjoining thE
Greenville & Columbia Rail Road, bounded
by a new street, running parallel witl
Gauntt-strect, and by lands lately ownec
by the estate of Hon. J. B. O'Neall, dec'd
The sales will be made in separate par
cels, according to plats which will be ex
hibite i at the sale, and may be nreviousy
inspected in the Cleik's Olce, where il
also be seen a plat exhibitiug the en'*,r
ti act and ils various subdivisions.
Terms.-The purchaser will be requirei
to pay one-third of the purchase money,
cash, and to secure the balance, payable al
. twelve months, with interest from day ol
sale, by bond with two good sureties, and
L mortgage of the premises sold.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master N- c.
Oct. 9, '79, 42-3t. f8.75.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Thomas M. Lake, clerlr against Cyrill
Rutherford and others.
By order of the court, I will sell befor(
the Court House at Newberry,
On the First Monday (3rd day) of Novem
ber, 1879, -
the real estate of Ossian A. Rutherford
deceased, in the county and State aforesaid
The MeMorris tract of land, containin
Five Hundred and Seventy and three
fourths Acres, more or less,
and bounded by lands of Col. John S. Ren
wick, estate of R. C. Swindler, dec'd, estat<
of Smith L. Davis and others. And th(
Cromer Tract, containing
Three Hundred and Twenty-Nine Acres
more or less, .4
and bounded by the MeMorris tract, Ian(
of Smith L. Davis, the King's Creel
Church and others. Said sales to be mad<
by plats of the premises, to be exhibited or
-. day of sale.
e Terms.-The purchas~er will be require.
to pay one-third of the purchase money
cash and to secure the balance, payable a
~twelve months, with interest from the da:
of sale, by his bond, and a mortgage of thi
dpremises "sold. The sale is not to interfen
with the growing crops.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. c.
Newberry, S. C., 9 Oct., 1879.
SSTATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS
Mary E. Warner vs. L. J. Jones & L. W~
By order of the Court, in the ahovy
stated case, I will sell before the Cour
House, at Newberry,
On the first Monday (the third day) is
the lot of land, and buildings thereon, i
the town of Newberry, in the county ani
'3 State aforesaid-the lot contains
One Acre, more or less,
- and is bounded by lots of N. B. Mazycl
-and L. WV. Jones, by Drayton street whic1
separates it from J. D). Hornsby's lot, an
by O'Neall street which separates it fron
John B. Carwile's lot.
STerms.-Te purchaser will be require<
topay in cahone-third of the purchas,
t money, and to secure the balance payabl
in one and two years, in two equal annua
instalments with interest on each instal
ment from the day of sale, by a bond and
mortgage of the premises sold-;and t
assign a policy of insurance of the ~ 'mise
in a sum of at least one thousan lrs t
the Master. Purchaser to pay fer-.papers
S9. Oct. 1879, 42-3t. t7. Master, N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
Geo. HI. Walter & Co. vs. Alexander Single
Pursuant to an order of this court. I wil
sell before the Court House at Newberry
. On the First Monday (3rd day) in Noven
e ber, 1879,
11 all th~at lot of land, in the town of New
n berry, in the county and St ite aforesaid
Three-Fourths of an Acre, more or less
and bounded by lands of Aveleigh Church
-lands of St. Luke's Church and by an atte
which separates said lot from iands ofa
Terms.-The purchaser will be require
to pay one-third of the purchase money
cash,' and to secure the balance, payab]
at twelve months with interest from th
day of sale, by bond and mortgage of th
SIL AS JOIiNSTONE, Master, s. c.
SNewberry, S. C., 9 Oct. 1879. t7.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
dCOUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
i N COMMON PLEAS
Jesse C. Smith, Clerk, vs. Abram Hallma
r By order of this Court, I will sell, befor
the Court House, at Newberry,
le on the First Monday (3d day) of Noven
in three separate parcels, by a plat thereo:
on file in this Court, in the case of W. E
Harrington and others, Ex'ors, and Helei
- 'Neall and others, all that lot or pare
e of land, situated in the village of Helena,i
- the County and State aforesaid, and col
taning in the aggregate
Two and 78-100 Acres, more or less,
st and bounded by lands lately owned b
t, Charles P. Pope, George Swygert, Simec
. Fair and others
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master, .c.
Oct. 9, 1879, 42-St. f5.25.
ree-- ---__ ___ _ __ _ _
F To Bridge Builders.
ofThe Board of County Commissioners<
Newberry Gounty, will, at O'Neall's (no
Langford's) Mill, on Wednesday, the Fift
day of November next, let out to the los
set respnsnible bidde a contract to bull
I1L OF 1VRUABLE LAND
Lsing In the Town and
County of Newberry.
- By the authority ve:.ted in us by the l.t
will and test;tmnent of Julius B. S:niti, we
will offer for s.ile the i.jdance of the lands
bnging to his Estte vet bnsold, ON
T"F IRST MONDAY 1Y NOVEMBER
EXT, atNw-erry Court House, from the
Court Ulu, stps, at ti:c usual hours of
5aie, to wit:
Lot No. I-Known as tha Leonard Lot,
frouting on Pratt Street 34 feet, running
back on Nance Street 52 ftet.
Lot No. 2-Known as the Stable lot, near
Passenger Depot, containing 21-100 of an
acre, more or less.
Lot No. 3-Fronting on Friend Street 49
feet 5 inches, running back on Carwila
I Street 100 feet 9 inches.
Lot No. 4-Fronting on Pratt Street 43
feet 5 inches, running back on Garwile
Street 100 feet 9 inches.
Lot No. 5-Known as the Mill Lot, front
ing on Pratt Street 52 feet, running back
350 feet 6 inches to Harrington Street.
Sold subject to Lease for five years irom
I January last. Particulars will be given on
day of sale.
Lot No. 6-Known as thi, Crawford Lot,
containing Nine and 4-10 acres, froning on
Gauntt Street, running back to News Cut
Lot No. 7-Known as the Helena Lot,
containing 2 ac:-es, fronting on -Street,
running back to Rail Road, bounded by
lauds of the G. & C. R. R. Co., and of the
estate of Jacob S. Bowers.
'A ne O'Neall Lpnds, divided as follows:
Lot No. 1-Cow*iining 331 acres, front
ing on Gauutt Street; boudded by lands of
the estate of G. T. scott, William Langford
and the estate of Julius B. Smith.
Lot No. 2-Containing 304 acres, front
ing on Gauntt Street; bounded by,Lot No.
1, and other lands of the estate of- Julius
B. Smith, and of Mrs. Wardlaw.
Lot No. 3-Containing 39 acres, front
ing on Belfast Road ; bounded by land o
Mrs. Wardlaw, Lot No. 2, and by - Lots No.
4 and No. 5.
Lot No. 4-Containing 25 acres, fronting
on Belfast Road; bounded by Lots 'No. 1,
No. 3 and No. 5.
Lot No. 5-Containing 32 acres, fronting
on the Belfast Road; bounded.by lands of
William Lang ord, and by Lots No. 1, No.
3 and No. 4.
The Jail Bottom, divided as follows:
Lot No. 1-Containing 1 53-100 acres,
fronting on New Out Rad; bound'ed by
land of J. C. Leahy, by Lots No.4 and No."~
Lot No. 2-Containing 1 53-100 ecres,
fronting or-New Cut. Road; bounded by
Lots No. 1, No. 4 and No. 3.
Lot No. 3-Containing 5 20-100 acres,
fronting on Harrington Street ;, b.anded by
Lots'No. 2 and No. 4, and by the Jail Lot.
Lot No. 4-Containing 4 1-10 acres ;
bounded by Lot No. 5, by Jail Lot, by
Lots No. 3, No. 2 and No. 1, by land of E.
S. Coppock, and by Lot Nd. 6. From this
lot a right of way 30 feet wide extends
along the line of Lot No. 6 and Mrs. Brad
ley's Lot to Caldwell Street.
Lot No.'5-Containing 40-100 of an acre;
bounded by lands of Mrs. Bradley, J. D. 8.
'Livir.gston; -Jail Lot- and Lot No. 4, with
the same right of way to Caldwell Street es~
provided for Lot No. 4. -
Lot No. 6-Gontaining- 2 1-10 acres,
fronting on Cakl.well Street, separated from
Mrs. Bradley's I a>t by the right of way.pro
vided-for Lots No. 4 and No. 5; boundedll
by Lots No. 4 and No. 7.
Lot -No. 7-Containing 1 1-10 acres,
fronting on Caldwell Street ; bounded by
Lot No. 6 and land of E. S. Coppock.
The Little River Lands, divided as fol
Lot *No. 1-Containir.g 297* acres ;
bo,uded by lands of John A. Wenis, Mi
e l4el Werts, Lot No. 3, Jackson Teague,
C. D. Spearman and Lot~ No. 2.
Lot No. 2-Containing 110 acres ; bou-nd
ed by Lot No. 1, lands of J.- P. William.
Willis and Mose Spearman, John Reeder
and John A. Werts.
Lot No 3-Containing 107j1 acres, seps..
rated from Lot No. 1, and from lands of
Michael Werts by Little River; bounded
by lands of William Langford, LaFayette
Spearmnan and Jackson Teaglie.
SThe Bush River Tract, cnann 0
acres ; bounded by lands o.Ms ac
Colding, Burr Gogga'ns, R. S atrht
Also, Land in LeigtnGuny ivideli
as follows :
SLot No. 1-Containing 115.66-400 acres;,
bounded by lands of Mimry Sheely,. .of the
.estate of Gosper Amick, Simon Amick and
SLot No. 2--:Containing 179 acres ; bound
ed by lands of Mimj "'sheg, Lot No. 1,
Henry Wheeler and othes. '
-. Lot No. 3-'Containing 18l1 acres;
bounded by lanes of M's. Rish, Fred. Ful
-mrer and Lot No. 2; . -
Lot No. 4-Lying on the- South side of
Saluda River, containing 60 Eces ; bounded
- by lands of John Sheely, estate of James
Langford and others.
*Flats of all the lots of land herein de
-scribed have been made, and miay be ex- -
amined in the Office of Probate for New- -
I berry County until day of sale.
The. terms of sale are as follows: The -
'purchaser will be required to pay one-third
~of his bid in eash, with ~the privHlege of
paying his entire bid in cash, and to secure
-the unpaid portioti of his purchase by his
I, bond payable in one -and two years in eq
annual instahnents, with interest,from
~,of sale, anid by a mortgage of the isif
sold. The purchaser will pay for '#apers.
r. - G. A. LANGFORD
dOct. 6, 18'79. 41-4t
e Having located permanently in this place,
I would respectfully 6ffer my professional -
services to the citizens of Newberry and
vicinity. My motto is:
. Good Work, at Prices to Suit the
- All work fully guaranteed. I will, for
the present, (unti suitable rooms can be
obtained,) attend to calls at my residence
2 in.front of Dr. Ruff's.
T. A. SALE.
REFERENcL :-Rev- P. A. Fair and T* S.
Moorman, Esq. -
[ ursuunt to the authoiity vested in me,
I hereby announce that the Committee of
Two to collect the names of the Confede
nrate Soldiers irom Newberry District, who >
'~died at any time and place, from the first
day of January, 1861, to the 26th day of'
April, 1865, consists of Capt. Osborne L.
vScumpe'., of the 3d S. C. Regiment, and -
n Capt. James Y. McFall, of the 13th S. C.
Let it be the duty of our people to report
to this Committee without delay oui- Con
federate dead, so that the name of E.ACH
= oE of them may be inscribed upon the
"Roll-of Honor" on the Newberry District
Monument. Y. J. POPE,
President Survivors' Association,
wOct. 15, 42-3t for New berry District.
4 anardian Notice.