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Special and. Local.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1, 1880.
INDEX TO NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
P. B. Ruff-For Sale.
C. & G. R. R -Annual Fair.
Mrs. Jennie Brannan-Dress Making.
Kingsland & Heath-The Place to Go.
Elmina C. Mafett-Administrator's Sale.
H. A. Burns-Santa C'aus' Headquartais.
E. P. Mathews-Sale of Personal Property.
Nathan.el B. Barawell-Sale of the Lau
rens Ball Road.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................. 1 35 P M
Up malcloses at.......... ... 100 P M
.Down Train arrives ........... 4 08 P M
Down mail closes at........... 3 30 P M
Laurens Train arrives. ........ 9 28 A M
Laurens mail closes at...... ..... 3 30 PM
Office hours fcom 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M.,
R. W. BOONE, P M
Newberry, S. C., Aug. 30, 1880.
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ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
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spect and notices of meetings, as well as
cotrnunications of a personal character
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months, 50 cents for three naon2hs and
Scents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on
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- The charge for publishing nowi
nations of candidates is Five Dollars, to 1
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stand until the election, or as long,
within that time, as the parties desire.
Please bear this in mind in handing in
S- All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
square, cash in advance, tf
. This paper may be found on file at Geo. P.
Bowel & Co's Newspaper Advertising Bu
reau (10 Spruce St.) where advertising con- t
tracts may be made for it in New York.
Mr. L. S. Bowers, post master at
Prosperity is our authorized agent at
Mrs, Mary Barre, wife of Mr. D.
Walter Barre, died Tuesday, the 23d t
Mrs. Ray, the widow of the late Mr. t
W. Ray, died at her home in this
County Sunday afternoon.
Gertrude, a sweet and intelligent
daughter of Dr. S. G. Welch, died Fr'i
day night, at the age of thirteen, of ma
lari fever. .
Mrs. Bowers, wife of Mr. Willie
Bowers, of Prosperity, and daughter of
L. B. Maffett, deceased, died Friday
night, of Consumption.
A. M. Hanson, a peddler, from Pe
tersburg, Va., died at Blease's Hotel in
town Sunday morning from excessive
drinking. Dying far away from friends
and relatives, and under such circum
stances, his end was a sad one.
* All kinds of Cotton Blanks printed at
this office with neatness and despatch
* and at moderate prices. Leave your
Judge Kershaw discharged the petit
jury Saturday night, after four weeks
attendance. The Court is now engaged
in the trial of causes not requiring a
Jury. _ _ _ _
Our Little Ones
Ig an exceedingly pretty little illus
trated monthly issued by the Russell
Publishing tCo., Tremont St., Boston.
Such a paper wvill please the little peo
ple hugely, and we commend it to pa
rents who would place something good
in their hands. Only $1.50 a year.
Charley Croft, colored, reports that
he has killed thirteen hundred and
eighty-four squirrels in the past four
years, and caught three hundred and
eighty-one opossumis in the same time.
If Charley's count is correct, he must
be classed as one of the mighty hunt
We take pleasure in calling attention
to the card of Mrs. Jennie Brannan,
which appears this week. She is pre
pared to do Dress Making, make up
gentlemen's and youth's clothes, and all
kinds of undergarments. We comn
mend her to the ladies, and ask for her
a share of patronage.
Excursion to Charleston.
The up country have had frequent
cheap opportunities of visiting Charles
ton the past Summer and Fa.ll, and now
another and the last for this year is af
forded them. The present will com
mence on the 6th and ten days will be
allowed to see the sights. The fare
from Newberry for the round trip is
$6. Read the advertisement for other
On Saturday last our office was en
livened by a visit from Mrs. J. A. Long.
It was her first insight into a printing
office, and the sound of the ty pe as they
"clicked in the stick" was novel; her
impressions as she gazed on the press
and its ample "bed" which at that time
was bare of "sheels", and witnessed a
"chase" wbich did not move, and got c.
glimpse of the "devil", were beyond ex
pression. She was much pleased.
Our Advertising Patrons
Are kmndly asked to bring in their
advertisements on Monday when con
venient, and those who cannot on that
day are requested to have them in as
early Tuesday morning as is practica
ble. To save our up mail we have to
go to press by twelve o'clock on the
day last mentioned, and lose the mail
when this is not done. Besides we have
not time to notice editorially the late
amn or pepe.y geer imosbeved
among teounople Ithisnimfle ta
pervaddthe iner cothnsciuness ofa
pevae 'ie butnner consciousenesso
Will soon be here and now is the time
to make your selection of a
CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S
I have a large assortment of
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
Jewelry, Clocks, Silver Ware, Pens
and penholders, pencils, &e.
Fine Workboxes, Handkerchief and
Glove Boxes, China Setts, Cups and
Saucers, Flower Vases, Toilet Setts,
Segar Stands, &c.
Come and examine my stock, the
largest assortment ever exhibited in
S St Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Nhat Your Neighbors Say.
THE TwIt SPRING BED-A GRAND
SUCCESS.-We, the undersigned, now
ising the "Twin Spring Bed," manufac
:ured by R. A. Baker & Co., take pleas
ire in stating that they are equal, or
;uperior, to any we have ever used:
, Stobo Farrow. E. C. McLaughlin.
N. C. Cannon. W.WashThompson.
T. H. Stokes. A. R. Poff.
L. T. Lester. W. S. Lipscomb.
W. A, Burnett. J. B. Liles.
t. J. Daniel. L. Riebling.
. H. Hunt. R. A. Robison.
d. Propes. Rev. J. F. Smith.
>. B. Reid. Frank S. Smith.
.. G. Means. D. R. Duncan.
1. H. D. Byron. J. M. Elford.
48-tf [Caroli,aa Spartaa.
What we say-Slept like a top Mon
lay night, on top of Baker's Twin
pring. They are tip-top.-Ed. New
The Columbia Register will be club
>ed with the HERALD as follows: Week
y Register and HERALD $3.50, 7ri
reely Register and IIERALD $5, Daily
iegisier and HERALD $8.75.
The Weekly Yeoman and HERALD at
"BLACK-DRAUGHT" cures costive
tess and Sick-Headache.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Vhen You Make Your Purcha.ses
Try some of Crampton's Palm Soap,
he best in the market. It can be had,
ecollect, of all grocers. Read the fol.
"This certifies that about for two
ears I have used in my family the cel
brated Palm Soap. made by Cramp
on Brothers, New York, and c'isder
t the very best iu the market for gen
ral use. I think if bought in quanti
ies and allowed to dry for a while, it
vill last much longer. Altogether I
hink it the cheapest in the market.
tEV. F. C. KIMBALL, Enosburgh Falls,
larch 30th, 1880."
Nov. 24, 48-6m.
Forty years' trial hass proved "BLACK
)RAIGHT " the best liver medicine in
For sale by DR. S. F. FAN T.
A Fresh Car of Georgia Lime, war
nted good; also a Fine Lot of Gene
al Hardware-for sale at Lowest Cash
~rices, at Peoples & Johnson's. 47-St
ToMPsos, Dentist, opposite Herald offiee
" BLACK-DRAUGH T" cures dyspep
da, indigestion and heartburn.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
GEENWOOD, S. C., Jan. 27. 1880.
2r. L. T. Hill:
Dear Sir.-Knowing the constituent
~lements of your HEPATIC PANACEA, I
kave .used it in my practice wvith most
ratifying results. I unhesitatingly re
rommend it as a reliable and valuable
dteratve and gentle cathartic. Its
apidly increasing popularity attests tbe
alue of its medicinal properties.
M. C. TAGGART, M. D.
gr For sale to the trade by WV: H.
arrett, Augusta, Ga., and by W. E.
Only 25 cents for one hundred old
apers at the HERALD Office. Good
or wrapping paper, making bed spreads
md papering rooms. Cheapest paper
>ut, come and get a supply. ,44-4t
"WINE OF CARUI " cures irregular,
painful, or difficult menstruation.
For sale by Da. S. F. FANT.
5 Stop Organs, Sub Bass and Coupler
Only $65-Best in the U. S.
OPEN YOUR EYES WIDE before you
iend North for instruments. Spread
iagle advertisements do not always tell
he exact truth. BETTER instruments at
one or less prices can be had nearer
ome. See these offers: ORGANS-15
tops, 4 Sets Reeds, Sub Bass and Coup
er, Beauti, ut Case, Only $65 ; 9 &ops
sets Deed s, only $59 ; 7 Siops, 3 seis
eeds, $55. Stool and Book included.
P'IANOS-7 Oct. large size R~ich Ro.,e
vood Case. only $178 ; 7 1-3 Oct. largest
rize only $200; 7 1-3 Oct. Square Grand,
tra large, Magnipcen~t Case. only $250.
stool and Cover inclnded. All from
ld and reliaible makers, and fully guar
iteed; 15 days test trial. We pay
rreight if not satisfactory. Positively
he best ba.xgains in the U. S. .No mis
kde about this. We mean business and
.om petition with the world. Send for
'all Prices 1850. It will paiy you.
ddress' LUDDEN & BATES' SOUTHERN
MvUSIC HOUSE, SAVANNAH, GA. 47-4t
"WINE OF CARDUI" makes rosy
sheeks and clear complexions.
For sale by DR. S. F. FANT.
Thousands Use it, Why Hesitate ?
JOY TO THE WORLD! WOMAN IS
REE-Amlong the many discoveries
looking to the happines and ameliora
ion of the human race, none is entitled
o higher consideration than Dr. J.
Bradfield's Female Regulator, "WVo
man's Best Friend" By it woman is
eancipatedl from numberle-s ills pecu
liar to her sex. Before i!.s magic power
all irregularities of the womb vanish.
It cures "wvhites," suppression of the
"menscs,"5' and removes uterine oh
tructions. It cures constipation and
strengthens the systea., braces the
nerves and purifies the blood. It never
fails, as thousands of women will testi
Prepared by Dr. J. Bradfield, Atlan
ta, Ga., price $1.50 per bottle. Sold
by all Druggists.
THOMASVILLE, Ga., Jane 28, 1877.
I have been selling Bradfield's Fe
male Regulator for years, and it still
continues popular-an evidence of its
being all claimed for it. I can recall
instaces in which it afforded relief af
te-l h sa emde a ald
teSal .h usua CAreeis bdggile.
K .E CASSELS. Druggist.
The ladies are invited to call at the
Bed Spring Factory of R. A. Baker &
Co., and examine the best Spring made.
A Big Cotton Sale.
Messrs. C. F, Waters & Sun bought
two hundred and sixty (260) bales of
cotton Saturday, 27th, in one lot from
Mr. F. H. Dominick, one of our largest
and most successful trmers. The cot
ton averaged "strict middling", and the
price paid was 10 7-8. The weights
i averaged about 450 pon;nds, and the lot
brought $12,448.75. The cotton was
shipped to Charleston. Messrs. Waters
& Son have bought a large quantity of
cotton this season. and pay the highest
A First Rate Picture.
Messrs. Clark Bros., photographers,
are entitled to rank with the best artists
of the country as the work executed by
them will testify. We cheerfully add
our testimony. Having occasion for
an enlarged picture, we gave them a
small phhotograph from wbich to make
a copy, and the result far exceeded our
anticipation. The copy is splendid
and we will take pleasure in showing
it to any who desire to see what they
can do. We have no hesitation in say
ing that they are able to satisfy the
most exacting taste.
The Place to Co.
Now is the time to visit the store of
Messrs. Kingsland & Heath, of Colum
bia, for it is full from centre to circum
ference with goods suitable for this sea
son and all other seasons. We know
of no other establishment in which are
kept such a variety in China, Glass,
Crockery and other wares, besides the
assortment of goods suitable for pre
sents are endless and bewildering in
beauty. If you have not the time to
go down to the city an order may be
sent which will be filled to your satis
faction or money returued. 49-tf.
A Valuable Hint to Music Buyers.
Music is sometimes an expensive
luxury, but not if you buy it at the
right place and in the right way. Send
$1.25 to Ludden & Bates' Southern
Music House, Savannah, Ga., as a year
ly subscription to the Southern Musical
Journal, and you will get in return $12
worth of choice music, which is pub
lished in the Journal during the year,
and as a premium, $1 worth of any
sheet music you may ;desire; $13 worth
of music for only $1.25. A splendid
return for a small investment. Try it.
November just out, containing $1
worth of music, will be mailed on re
ceipt of ten cents.
Mr. J. M. Johnstone has gone to
New York for a few days.
Mrs. Mary A. Glasgow returned Sat
urday from North Carolina, much im
proved in health.
We are glad to see James Packer,
Esq., out again. Mr. Carlisle is still
conined to his bed, but is improving.
Rev. L. Broaddus and Col. Jno. R.
Leavell returnedl Monday from the Bap
tist State Convention, which was held
last week in Camden.
Major Eugene B. Gary and Mr. J. A.
Calhoun, of A bbeville, spent Sunday in
Newberry. Maj. Gary was returning
from the Supreme Court, where he ar
ged several important cases.
Win. H. Pullen, Fowlerville, Mich.,
says: I have not rested better for
months than I did last night. The
"Only Lung Pad" has helped me won
The December number of the Eclectic
is at hand, and embeliished with an ex
cellent steel-engraved portrait of Mr.
Thomas Hughes, whose recent visit
among us in the interest of his colony
has attracted so much attention. The
table of contents this month is remark
ably varied and interesting, embracing
about twenty papers besides the Edi
torial departments. Tne Editorial De
partments are full of interesting mat
ter, and comprise Literary Notes,
Science and Art, and Varieties.
Published by E. R. Pelton, 25 Bond
Street New York. Terms. $5 per year ;
single copy, 45 cents; Trial subscrip
tion for three months, $1.
Killed on the Rail Road.
Mr. J. W. Johnson, a young freight
Conductor on the C. & G. R. R., was
run over by the cars and killed Thurs
day, the 25th, at Newberry. He was
standing on top of a car, and when the
train passed under the bridge on Boun
dary Street he was knocked off. For- a
time there must have been a desperate
strggle for life; for he managed to
keep himself above ground between two
box cars for some- time; he was run
over about a hundred yards below the
bridge, and was horribly mangled.
The deceased was from Williamston,
was about 25 years of age, and had been
on the road a year, but only conductor
for a short time.
A colored man named Butler Lanax
was knocked off the top of the down
nigt freight train Sunday night, 28th,
by the overhead bridge at Burton's
Tank, five miles above Newberry. His
skull was broken by the blow, and he
On Thursd1ay night last at the Meth
odist Church were united in wedlock
by the Rev. J. B. Campbell, Mr. Robt.
Moorman and Miss Addie V. Davis.
The church was filled with spectators
and was besides handsomely decorated
with evergreen garlands, presenting an
attractive and appropriate appearance.
The youthful couple knelt beneath an
arch rep)resenting the horseshoe. The
ceremony concluded. the bride and
groom received the congratulations of
their friends at the residence of the
Rev. J. B. Campbell, and then proceed
ed to that of Mr. Thos. S. Moorman and
enjoyed a wedding supper. The wait
ers in attendance were: Dr. D. S. Pope,
of Columbia, and Miss Addie Moorman,
Mr. R. Sondley, of A bbeville, and Miss
Julia Jenney, of Orangeburg, Mr. L.
W. Simnkins and Miss Mary Pope, Mr.
R. C. Mayhin and Miss Fannie Jenney,
of Orangebug, Mr. WV. W. Hodges and
Miss Janie Wardlaw, Mr. L. WV. Jones
and Miss Emma Herbert, Mr. J. I.
Fair and Miss Lula Nolan, Mr. J. L.
Ramnage and Miss Katie Mayer, Mr. J.
T. Mayes and Miss Elvira Ramage.
Mrs. Jno. S. Fair rendered the march
at the organ, and Messrs. W. F.
Ewart and Jno. S. Carwile acted as
We tender our congratulations to the
Various and all About
Wood wagons attract attention.
Remember the poor in these biting
days of cold.
Gov. Hsagood's Inauguration takes
place to-day (Tuesday).
Several fat porkers were converted
into sausage last week.
Thursday last was one of the un
pleasantest days of the season.
Collection, for Synodical purposes,
in the Lutheran Church, next Sunday.
A boil in the kettle is worth two on
the nose. We'd tather any number in
Never raise your hat to a lady until
von have passed her two feet. This is
Notwithstanding the cold last week
our office door was lef. open any num
ber of times.
The dirtiest affair of the season was
the. stealing of Mrs. Evans' fattening
turkey. What next?
Messrs. Foot & Son have added to
their corps of clerks, Mr. B. P. Ma
thews, of Edgefield.
Mr. Morris Sequeira, a celebrated
cornetest from London, is playing sale
man at the store of Mr. Mann.
An old fashioned Christian says:
"Two mu-0 singing in an unknown
tongue is what ails church music."
Examine the Stock of Stationery and
Literature at the HERALD Book Store.
The assortment is large and complete.
The Laurens Rail Road will be sold
by the Master of Richland County in
Columbia on Sale-day in January next.
A number of ladies in Charleston ask
for a prohibition of the manufacture
and sale of intoxicating drinks. Suc
cess to them.
In addition t meeting of A. F. M.,
nd the Industrial Exposition, the State
Grange. P. of H., will meet in Charles
ton. in Masonic Temple, Dec. 7, 1880,
at 10A. M.
Heni y Conner. a young colored
man. went down to Columbia Friday to
attend as a juror. He was so elated at
being a U. S. Jutor that he begged it
would be "put in the papers".
Drs. Gilder and Pope and Maj. Kirk
land, of Baltimore, killed one hundred
and eight birds last week in two days
and a half. Mr. Jno. A. Cromer killed
twenty-eight one day last week in a
The front window of Gile's restaurant
resents a display of uncooked opossum,
ork, steak and birds. Onr printers
ho dine on bacon and greens are
omewhat demoralized at the sight of
the good things.
We hope the letter of "Ichabod Crane"
will have the effect of reviving the in
terest in the Teachers' Institute. There
s no doubt that such an organization
roperly conducted would greatly ad
ance the educational interests of the
Wheeler & Moseley's mill of which
ention was made in the HERALD IS an
nstitution at Prosperity. The amount
f wheat ground this season is enor
mous. The cotton ginned too htes been
large. Capt. Hack Cannon is the pre
Harvey Reese and his eBicient
nights of the razor can give you an
easy and comfortable shave. They
aave made it thieir study and can tell at
glance or a f"el with the fingers
which way a man's beard doth grow,
and therefore do not saw a fellow across
The Post Office at Jalapa has been
re-established, and Dr. J. Win. Folk
s accepted the po)sition of Post Mas
ter. The pay of the office is very small;
but Doctor Folk takes it for the accom
iodation of the citizens of the com mu
nity, to whom it will prove a great con
Senator Brown has been placed on
the following committees in the Senate:
Retrenchment, Charitable Institutions,
Medical Affairs, Commerce and Manu
Mr. Johnstone is Chairman of the
Committee on' WVays and Means, the
most important committee in th1e House,
and is on the Committee of Legislative
Library. Mr. Wilson is on the Com
mittee of Cotrnty Offices and Officers
and of Internal Improvements. Mr.
Sligh is on the Committee of Accounts,
and of the Lunatic Asylum.
NEwBE RRY, S. C., Nov. 30, 180.
Ordinary.............----.....8 a 9j
Low Middling........---.--.-- - 0ta10i
Middling..------ .....- ---- ---. a10
Good Middling .......... ..-- ..-- . al
Good demand at quotations.
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... 6k a
Shoulders. Sugar Cured... 8
Sides. C. R., New............ a 9j
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New........... a 9
Sides, Long Clear.............9
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 15
Leaf, in Tierces........... 2
Leaf, in Buckets........... 12
Crushed......... -....--.. 14
Granulated Standard..... .12a
Extra C............-- .--- 11
Coffee C.................-- 0
Niew Orleans.............. 0
New Orleans Syrup. 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Moasses.. ..... 0
Sugar House Molasses. 37
Gunpowder. .............--. 1.50
Young Hfyson............1. -150
CFE Roasted or Parched..25
Best Rio......... --..... 5a
Good Rio.......-.---.-. 0a
VIN G ARCider Vinegar........ 0
White Wine Vinegar 65
OAP.........--------.........5 a 10
S I'ARCH........ ......-----------a 2
FLOUR, per bbl......-.-..---.... 6.00a10.C3
All persons indebted to the un<iersigned
maust settle ali arrears by the 1st. of Decrm
ber next. No further crolit nor indulgence
will. be give I. I wacnt money and mu:st
have it. Save cost and pay up at once.
S. F. FANT.
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Osborne L. Schumpert vs. James D. Wills.
By vittue of an Attachment to me direct
ed in the above stated case, I will sell, on
Tuesday after Sale-day niext, the 7 th day of
December, A. D. SS0, at public outcry,
and to the highest hi iddr, .t the I 'h n,na ion
of the Plaintiff, fotnterly belon-iu to Wn.
W. Miller, near Saluda Old Town, the fol
lowing Peron:al "roperty, to ?it:
250 Bushl is Corn, more or less.
2,000 lbs. }odder, more or less.
800 Bushels Cotton Seed, more or less.
3 Bales Co- ton, more or less ; and, also,
wbatever Cotton may be in the fields of said
Levied on as the property of James D.
Wilis. D. I1. WHEELER, s. N. c.
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 20, 1SSO. -iS-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Mary E. Gillam, Adn'x., vs. Solomon.C.
By virtue of an Exection to me directed
in the above stated case, I will sell, on
Tuesday after Sale-day next, the 7th day of
December, A. D. 1880, at the residence of
the late Solomon C. Hargrove, deceased, at
public outcry, to the highest bidder, the
followmtng Personal ProperLy, to wit:
3 Mules, 2 Horses, 4 Cows and Calves, "
Yearlings, 16 Hogs, 2 Four-horse Wagons,
I Buggy, 1 Carriage, 1 Set Wagon Har
ness, 1 Set Shop Tools, Lot of Farming Im
niements, 1 Molasses Boiler, 1 Cotton Gin,
I Thresher, 1 Fan, Lot of Cotton Seed, Lot
of Corn and Fodder, 1 Gents' Saddle. all
the Household and Kitchen Furniture ; (15)
Fifteen Bales of Cotton, more or less, will
be sold at the Court House on Sale-day, the
6th day of December, A. D. 1880. Levied
on as the property of Solomon C. Hargrove.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 2u, 1880. 2t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
John I Giv'npl , .is Adn'r , of Sarah
Giynph, vs. H. H. Gounts.
By virtue of an Execution to t,e directed
in the above stated case, I will sell, at pub
lie oute -y, and to the highest bidder, in
front of the Court io;se, within tht legal
hours of sale, on the first Monday (Saleday)
in December, A. D. 1880, all that tract or
parcel of land situated in the County and
State aloresaid, containing Twenty-four and
one-fourth Actes, more or less, and bound
ed by lands of John Glymph and Thos. IT.
Crooks. Levied on as the property of H.
H. Cou its.
TERN:s-Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pers. D. B. WHEELER, s. a. c.
Siher'ff's Oftice, Nov. 121, 1880. 47-3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN PROBATE COURT.
E. P. Chalmers, as Administrator of the es
tate of Sampson Thomas, deceased,
Plaintiff, vs. Sampson Thomas, et al.,
Complaint to Sell Land to Aid in Payment
of Debts, &c.
By virtue of an order herein passed the
12th (if Nov., 1880, I will sell at New berry
C. l.. S. C., 01 the First Monday [t3th day]
of December, A. D. 1880, within the legal
hours of sale, at public outciy, that lot of
land belonging tc. the estate of Sampson
Thoras, deceased, situated in the Town
of Ne wberi y, County and State aforesaid,
contining One-fourth of an Acre, more or
less, and bounded by lot of Virginia B.
Scott on the South, by a Street on the
West, by Clayton Street on the North, arid
by lot of Lane and Robinson on the Ea.st,
on the following terms, to-wit :
One-half cash, the balance on a credit of
twelve months, with interest from day of
sle. to be secured by bond of the purchas
er wvith mortgage of the premises. Pur
chaser to pay for papers..
J. :B. FELLERS, J. r. x. c.
Nov. 13, 1880. 47-3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
-a-COUNTfY OF~ UNION-IN
J. D. Epps, as Administrator of the Estate
of Mrs. Anne P. Epps, Plaintiff, against
Jas. Douglass Epps, et al, Defendants.
In pursuance of the decree of the Pro
bate Court of Union County, made on the
6th day of Novemnber, A. D. 188o, I will,
Oi the~first Mo'nday in Decemiber next, sell
before the Court House door at Newberry,
South Carolina, all that certain tract or
plntation of land of which Mrs. Anne P.
Epps died seized and possessed, lying and
being situate in the County of Newberry,
Township No. 4. and bounded by lands of
T. C. Brown, Mrs. E. HI. Epps, J. P. Sims
and Thos. Phillips, and the water.; of Dun
TERMS OF SALE-One-third patrt of the
purchase money to be paid in cash, the
balance on a credit of one and two years
in equal tnnudi iunstallments, with initerest
from day of s'tle, secured by bond of .the
purchaser and a mortgage of tue pren.ises.
DAVID JOHNSON, JR.,
Judge of Probate for Union County.
Nov. 17, 47-3t.
Notice of Sale of Land.
I will sell at Newberry C. HI., S. C. on
the Sixth day of December, (Sale-day) next,
all the real e:tate of the late David DeWalt,
consising of :35u acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of Henry Werts, Dr. D.
I. Werts, George G. De Walt, Henry Stone,
Mrs. George A. Kinard, Dravton Livingston
This v-aluable plaintatioin will be sold in
1. One tract, co,ntaininlg 200 acres, more
or less, with about 35 acres of original
2. One tract, containing 151) acres, more
or less, with large dwelling house and all
necessary out-buildings with about 51) acres
of original forest.
Plats of bothl tracts wil! be. exhibited on
day of sale.
TERMS: One-third for cash : two-thirds
on 12 months credit-with interest frorn
day of sale-credit portion to be secured
by Bond of purchaser with at least two
good sureties and a mortgage of premises.
Purchasers to pay for papers.
YOUNG JOHN POPE.
Executor of last will of' David DeWalt,
deceased. Oct. 13, 47-3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
COURT OF COMDMON PLEAS.
John T. Peterson, Ex'or of Washington
Floyd, dec'd., vs. Pawnee Leonard anu
Coiplaint for Partition, Settlement, kc.
By virtue of the order of the Court in
the above stated cause, I will sell, at public
auction, at Newberry Court Hlouse. on the
first Monday in December ne:<t, tne real en
tae of Washington Floyd, deceased, corn
sisting of 1 ,638 19-1l00n acc'es of land, situ
ate in the County of New berry, and bounc
ed by lands of Jane Reeder, Malinda Wheel
er, Wm. Sa t ter white, F. 11. D)omninick, Dr.
D. W. Patton, Jas. McKittrick, - Thomop
son, Cary Johnson, J. D. Pitts, F. HI. Dom
inick & Son, and W. Floyd.
The said tract of land will be soid in
three separate tracts, represented by plats
tiereof, made 15th Oct. 1880, by G. 31.
Girardeau, D. S.
Tract No. 1 contains 2i4 1-4 acres.
Tract No. 2 contains 781 24-100 acres.
Tact No. :3 contains 592 acres.
Terms of sale-One third cash, and,the
~ of one and two years
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COLUMBIA, S. C.
VTE F' SO THI CAROLINA,
0UNTY OF NEWB3ERRY.
N 'ROBATE COURT.
P. Ghahn:ers, as~ Ad-<r. of Sampson
jomas, dee'd., vs. Sapen Thomas et
v orer h:ereinI paLsed on the 1 2th day
ov. 18SS0, all the creditors of Saropson
mas, dee'd., are required to render in and
bish their demia-:ds, :ieording to it"v,
re me oni or before the -ith day of De
J. B. FELLERS, Jr. r. N. C.
ov. 13. 18S0. 47-St.
otice of Final Settlenient.
w:II make a setth.men~ on the estate of'