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THOS. F. GRENEKER o
W. H. WALLACE, o
11BERRY, S. C.
THURS )AY, OCT. 27, 1881.
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
TNieHerald is in the highest respect aFam
fly,. 0p pCr, devoted to the material in
erests he people of this County and the
State. It circulates extensively, and as an
Advertising medium offers unrivalled ad
vantages. Tor Terms, see first page.
"The Star of Bethlehem."
We have seen in a score or more
country papers recently the same
istake in regard to the "Star ofI
Bethlehem" that is made by our
correspondent "P." There is no
seh star now visible. That which
"P." and' others mistake for it is
the planet Jupiter.
' A very brilliant star suddenly
a|ppeired.in the constellation Casi
bein1v72; it was brighter than
Ve$s, and could be distinctly seen
"ifmidday. It disappeared in less
tad two' years, and has not been
visible' since. As a similar star
ia ppeared in the same constel
lation twice previously at intervals
of about 300 years they are sup
posed to be identical; and it is
calfea the "Star of Bethlehem." If
-f is a periodical star it is about
ne for its appearance again ; but
as"not come yet.
Theh e Beraldsays: "A.
.fire oeedrred yesterday evening at
Bristol in a large printing and sta
ionary store." Are we to infer
-from this that they have movable,
b" locomotive, stores in Bristol?
The mistake was no doubt only a
iypographical one on the part of
the Berald; but we mention this
a sianefor the beneft of themany
who spell stationery (meaning pens,
fn,Sapers, No.,) with an a
.The Iowa survivors of Confede
.satjions have formed an asso
=cition for the purpose of securing
-tio.is not local, but we invite the
eseeraionof every comrade who
- ejoy~ed (!) the hospitalities (?) of a
, abrel-hell or camp of detention."
SThey go for the old fag and an
ihe 1st Regiment of the Connec
lestlatinnal Guard and a compa
aye the Oovernor's Guard arrived
-sg Charleston. Sunday from York
Aosiby-the steamship Charleston,
-ednpanied by Gov. Bigelow and
ote itnuse citizens of the
,YA0eg State." .The Charleston
iaagave thham a very hearty and
Two.editors of the Sussex (N. J.)
egeefeat pleaded guilty of libel
pig k. W. H. Gibbes, the Sen
ior.editor, pas sentenced to ten
n ntha hard.labor in the peniten
an a f of $200; and J. J.
. tston, the younger, to six months
n1the same fine.
President Arthur has appomnted
- e x-o ,advin D). Morgan, of New
iot/Secretary of 1ae Treasury, in
plaeof Windom. The latter was
eeted Senator from Minnesota.
The Columbia Register says:
~The -pyrotachnic display in Col
timbia etring the State Fair will
edeed in g?anddar any exhibition
of-e khbd eitver -sen here."
The Code somminsion has the
Civil Code ready to be submitted
to the next seon of the Legisla
taire. The Criminal Code will not
be ready for a year yet.
Uapb Bogardus, the world-re
*owned "shootist," will- be at the
State Fair, and will give an exhibi
.tlonofhis wonderful skill with the
A young man from New Jersey
hia4 both arms blown off by the
premature discharge of a cannon at
th~e Yorktown Celebration the 19th.
Col. J. Wash Watts, of Laurens
Tonnty, is the general superinten
dent of the live stock department
at the Atlanta Exposition.
Albert Smith was sentenced to
imprisonment for 99 years at San
Atonio, Texas, last week, for stage
-The fund for Mrs. Garfield has
reached $337,000, and the subscrip
tions have been closed.
Dr. Jno. Lynch, of Columbia,
lied the 19th.
Dr. Irby Dunklin, a prominent
ahysician and a valuable citizen of
Laurens, died the 19th instant at
he age of sixty-four.
From our Regular Correspondent.
WASHINGTON, D. C-,
Oct. 20, 1881.
There is an organization here in I
Washington, composed of veterans of
the late war, which is making prepa
rations to stir up some of the nests in
the Government Departments with a
very sharp stick. A committee of
this organization has been at work for
some months gathering the data upon
which to base their action, and when
the developments come there will be
a scattering all along the line. Dur
ing the Presidency of Grant we heard
a great deal on the subject of nepo
tism. The provision which the Ad
ministration made for its own and its
wife's relations was the subject of
much discussion in the newspapers
and undoubtedly had its effect. If
that was the origin in this country of
what Webster calls 'an undue fond
ness for nephews and other relations'
among 'those in authority, certainly
the disease has spread with exceeding
rapidity. There is so much of it in
every Department of the Government
at this time that it has come to be a
crying evil. And that is what these
veterans are going for.
It has been understood that ex
soldiers, qualifications and other things
being equal, were to have the prefe
rence in appointment to minor posi
tions under the Government, but they
do not get it. Such a large propor
tion of places are filled by the rela
tives of Department officials, favorites
of Senators and mistresses of Con
gressmen, that the soldier gets pretty
unanimously left. This is not mere
idle talk ; it is a solid fact, based upon
actual investigation. I have seen the
lists now in course of completion af
ter a careful and thorough canvass of
every Department and feel constrained
to say that there will be some music
when Congress assembles this winter.
There are over seven hundred cases
where from two to fourteen members
of favorite families are on the Govern
ment pay-rolls, drawing salaries rang
ing from $900 to $2.500 per year.
Assistant Secretary French of the
Treasury has ten members of his fam
ily snug!y stowed away, seven of
them, consisting of sons, nephews and
nieces, are attached to the Treasury
and its various bureaus. Chief Brooks,
of the Secret Service division of the
Treasury Department, is happily pro
vided with salaries agregating soie
thing over $11,000 in his immediate
family. These are merely samples.
To go on through the list would re
quire too much space, though it
might be what Horace Greeley used
to term 'mighty interestin' reading.'
Sometimes a Secretary or bureau
chief after providing fer a goodly
number of his relations in his own
department to save appearances, uses
his influence to get the rest of them
in somewhere else. Secretary Hunt
of the Navy Department is the latest
example of official tenderness for off
spring and the ties of consanguinity.
He has snugly located all his four
sons where they can do the most good
-for themselves-the Navy positions
as in the Army being for life, or dur
ing good behavior. Other relations
have also been provided for. Ap
pros of Hunt there is a strong effort
being made to keep him in the Cabi
net but I am certain it is wholly with
out effect. Had General Garfield
continued in his administration both
Hunt and Kirkwood would most
probably be in retirement. Both
have proven failures. I am not now
speaking my private opinion but giv
ing the facts which must go to
make up history. Mr. Hunt was
given a position in the Cabinet as a
Southern man, but with the distinct
understanding that it was an experi
ment so far as he was concerned and
that if at any time a*echange was de
sired his place was at the disposal of
the President. It was also under
stood that as he gave up a life judge
ship to eDter the Cabinet he would
be properly cared for in case he left it.
This arrangement President Arthur
will no doubt bear in mind.
I saw Judge Davis this morning
and could but notice that the smiles
which wreathed his countenance the
day he was elected President of the
Senate had all disappeared. In fact
the old gentleman is a little worried.
That this is true is evidenced in his
anxiety for some days to find out what
people thought of his election. Be
sides he knows that the Republicans
will likely elect some one else to the
position one of these days. The
Judge now perhaps, realizes that he
made a mistake in accepting the posi
tion. But it was the first and only
chance he has ever had to make one
step toward the Presidency. He has
had the Presidential bee in his bon
net for years. Your correspondent
attended the Cincinnati convention
in 1872 and saw car loads of delegates
come in from Illinois whose expenses
had been paid out of Davis' plethoric
purse. But for the obstinate and ex
pensive fight made for him in that
convention his State would have voted
for Trumbull, instead of dividing its
vote, and the result not only of the
convention but of the campaign that
followed would, probably, have been
different. Preious to thise Ju.Tdge
FOR THE HERALD.
A Call on Newberry County.
19.sIAalat, S C., Oct. 24. 1 1.
EDITORS RHERAD1,: I desirc,thruugh
,our columns. to beg that our ,ood
riends of Newberry County contribute
iherally in the way of exhibits at the
pproaching State Fair. The County
Fair in your town was a grand sue
e t; not only in the number of x
iibits. but more particularly in the
luality-in the display of horses es
I trust, therefore, that our people
will send their entries to me at this
place until the 30th inst. ; after that
time my Post Office will be Columbia.
Tlios. W. 11or.o\wAY,
FOR THE HERALD.
R. R. Meeting.
Near WILLISTON, S. C.,
Oct. 18, 1881.
Editors Newberry Herald :
DEAR SIRS : The Committee of
Arrangements direct me to extend to
you, and through you to others, an
invitation to attend a public meeting
and free Barbecue at Dean Swamp
Church, on the line of Aiken and Or
angeburg, 12 miles from Blackville,
on Saturday, the 29th instant, in the
interest of the proposed railroad from
Newberry to Blackville. Eminent
speakers have been invited, and our
people, fully alive to the great impor
tance of the enterprise, wish to join
hands with their friends all along the
line and push forward in the matter
of this road.
Please do us the favor to extend,
pressingly, this invitation to your
speakers and public-spirited citizens
FOR THE HERALD.
I'd Be a Star.
On a cursory view of the heavens,
the stars appear to be very irregularly
scattered over the concave of the fir
There are certain groups of this
description which strike the attention
of every observer ; of these the group
called the Pleiades, or seven stars, is
the most obvious to observers. You
may see these seven stars every clear
night. To the South of the seven
stars you can see a beautiful star that
makes its appearance three times in a
thousand years This star is called
the Star of Bethlehem. This new
and uncomuon star appeared in the
heavens over the city of David, which
served as a signal that the Star of
Jacob had arisen upon the world, and
as a guide to certain persons called
Wise Men who came from the Fast to
Jerusalem to inquire after him who
was born King of the Jews.
This stai- is the guide of all good
men and women to heaven. It stood
over the Louse where the holy family
resided at 1Bethlehem. Read your
The following nominations for State
officers and Judges, which we find in
the correspondence of the Aiker
Journal & Reviewo, are very good but
exremely early :
Editors Journal and .Revieto: It
has heretofore been the custom of the
people of this State to delay making
any nomination for State officers till
just prior to the electio~n. I don't
think that a good plan ; men and
measures should be thoroughly dis
cussed before the time comes for nom
Feeling as I do, I propose the fol
lowing gentlemen to fill the various
offices of the State:
For Governor-Gen. John D. Ken
nedy, of Kershaw.
For Lieutenant Governor-Hon.
John C. Sheppard, oif Edgefield.
For Attorney General-Hon. James
Aldrich, of Aiken.
For Adj't and Inspector General
Capt. Wiley Jones, of Richland.
For Comptroller General-Hon. J.
Walter Gray, of Greenville.
For State Treasurer-Hon. C. R.
Miles, of Charleston.
For Secretary of State-George
Johnstone, of Newberry. VOTER.
Columbia, 5. 0., Oct. 8, 1881.
A Wise Deacon.
'Deacon Wilder, I want you to tell
me how you kept yourself and family
well the past season, when all the
rest of us hav.e been sick so much,
and have had the doctors visiting us
'Bro. Taylor, the answer is very
easy. I used Hop Bitters in time ;
kept my family well and saved the
doctor bills. Three dollars worth of
it kept us well and able to work all
the time. I'll warrant it has cost you
and the neighbors one to two hundred
dollars apiece to keep sick the same
'Deacon, I'll use your medicine
October18, 1881, by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer,
D.D., Wx. E. LAKE, M.D., of NewberraV
County, to Miss JULIA A. SCHRODER, of
DIED, in the city of Columbia, on the 20th
Oct., ss1, LILLA, grand-daughter of Col. 3.
P. Pool, of Newberry.
No gentler, sweeter child ever passed
from earth to heaven. Possessed of great
personal beauty-petted and caressed by
all, yet was she without vanity. Tender
and sympathetic, she laug'hed with the hap
py and wept with the sad. Her considera
tion for others was a marked feature in her
character. Her presence, her mind, her
heart all united to make her an unusual,
winsome child. At home, at school, at
church-by her teachers, by her school
mates, by her Pastor--every where by every
bod who ever kew her, she was beloved.
20 PERFORMING ELEPHANTS!
00 Plumed Horses !-Lions and Tigers Loose
in the Streets !-A Monster Parade !
Forepaugti's trem;.dous combination of
ircus in two rings, net,agerie, trained
vild beasts, hippodrume, aviary and aqua
-iumu is to exhibit aftern:oon and evening at
ew berry, Tuesday November lst.
On the morning of exhibition day, the
ntire establishment appears in a grand,
ree, public procession, which the press
lsewhere assert is the most superb main
noth spectacular display ever seen upon
he st-eets. An exchange, before us, thus
lescribes the affair: "Forepaugh's show
parade sho:.ld be seen to be appreciated ;
aothing in the way of s:reet pageants, show
parales, or public procession has ever been
made, that in extent., novelty and lavish
display, could be compared to this monster
and marvelous display made by Forep-ugh's
great show. The pageant of Lalla Rookh,
wherein is seen
TWENTY RICHLY-ROBED ELEPHANTS,
and the beauti'ul maid of India, personated
by Forepaugh's famous ten-thoussnd dollar
beauty, whose loveliness is said to exceed
that of Mrs. Langtry, the famous English
beauty, is one of the many novelties seen
in this parade. This lady personates Lalla
Rookh, and appears in the pageant, seated
in an oriental howdah, upon the back of a
kingly elephant ; all the attendants of the
Court of Delhi are represented in this pa
geant, and the spectacle is really the most
beautifully realistic Eastern pageant ever
Following this, appear a mile of massive
and magnificent chariots, drawn by fully
five hundred handsome horses ; the colossal
CAR OF THE UNIVERSE,
costing $40,001, is the most elaborately
constructed and the most grand, and unique
piece of chariot work ever constructed. A
herd of desert dromedaries, droves of
Shetland ponies, and
ONE HUNDRED ARABIAN HORSES,
all appear in this colossal and costly pa
geant, and tigers, lions and other wild
beasts, are seen loose in the street, and
performed as the procession moves.
THREE UANDS OF MUSIC
are stationed, equally distant, along the
line and discourse the popular airs of the
day. Then, in addition to a long line of
richly-robed processioni.ts, there is to be
Mardi-gras masqueraders, and illustrations
of the "Kouikal Ku-Klux-Klan." serpent
charmers, steam-pianos, jubilee singers,
human curiosities, wide open dens of wild
beasts, and hundreds of novel and suprising
sensations, make up a street display which
absolutely surpasses in originality, extent,
magnificence and grandeur, any and all
show parades hitherto seen, and to see
which is really worth a day's journey, and
when seen, cannot fail to please and as
tonish the old and the young all over the
Of course all our readers will be on hand
to witness this huge holiday parade, and,
our advice is, take the little folks alorg,
also ; it is a free show. It generally takes
place at about ten o'clock in the forenoon ;
remember this, and prepare to reach town
by that hour. All railroads sell tickets at
reduced rateq to and from Newberry on
the day Forepaugh's show is there. Get
ready for it.
NEWBE RRY, S. C., Oct. 22, 1881.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Oct. 22, 1881:
Bolantl, A, P. 1Hanes, Isam
Chston, Cokes Lewis, Lias
Capers, Refinia. Meredith, Lewis
Coulty, Martha (2) McNelis, Wmn.
Drumolds, Mrs. Caro- IPark, H. S.
line jWright, Mrs. Ella
Parties calling for letters will please say
if advertised. R. W. BOONE, P. M.
A large lot of Game Ban tams, almost any
size or color desired, at $1 per pair.
T. E. GRENEKER,
Oct 27, 43-3t. HERALD Offiee.
A VALUABLE FARM,
11 miles from Court House, on Hender
son's Ferry Road, containing 53S
.Acres. 20 acres creek bottom, well
drained and emnbanked, and 10 acres branch
bottom. Lands lie well, and are well adap
ed to Corn, Cotton and Small. Grain, and
are in a good state of cultivation, well
watered and timbered. Inexhaustible
Granite Qua ries abound. A Two-story
Dwelling, seven rooms, four fireplaces, a
kitchen and dining-room attached. Gin
house, Screw, New Stables-six stalls
Barn above, Crib, six laborers' houses, and
all other necessary buildings.
The good will -of a large country practice
is also offered with the place.
L. B. BATES, M.D.
Oct. 27, 43-6t.
NEW LOT OF
CONSISTINO IN PART OF
Memorandum and Pocket Books of all
kinds-some large and fine.
Blank Books, all sizes and prices.
Counting House Rulers.
Indellible Ink and Pencils.
Mucilage and Erasers.
Writing Desks-something nice.
Tags and Suspension Rings.
Ink Stands of various kinds.
Bill Files, Music Paper.
Camel Hair Brushes.
Sunday School Record Cards.
Pens, Ink, Pencils, Slates.
Paper and Envelopes, all kinds,
Photo. and Auto. Albums.
A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT
Of Order of~ Dance Cards.
AND A GREAT VARIETY OF
T. F. GRENEKER.
Oct. 27, 43-tt.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Ellison S. Keitt, PI'ff', vs. G. B. Counts and
E. B. Suber, Def'ts.
By order of the Court in the above stated
case, I will sell at public outcry, before the
Court House at Newberry, on the first Mon
day in November, 1891, one Five-Horse
Power Portable Steam Engine a'id Carriage,
Notice of Final Settlement
I will make a final settlement on the es
tate of Samuel Sbunnert, deceas"'1. in the
Probate Vourt for Newb.-rry tounty, "
the 27.1 day of November next., at 10
o'clock in the lorenoon ; and immediately
thereafter will apply for a final discharge
as Adminicrator of said estate.
PETER M. SCHUMPERT, Adm'r.
Oct. 27, IS81. 43-4t
FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY
North British and ?ercanti1e Insurance Co.
Queen Fire Insurance Co.
London Assurance Corporation.
Underwriters of New York.
(CASU CAPITAL $50,000,000.)
The undersigned with .5 years experience
iD Fire Insurance, and representing the
above reliable Companies, respectfully so
licits a eontinuance of a portion of the busi
ness of the To.vn and County. flwelling
Houses insured on 3 and 5 year plan.
Refers by ermission to the National
Bank of New berry.
1. A. SCOTT.
Sep. 28, 29-2m.
S. P. BOOZER & SON'S
FIRE iNSIJEUNCE AGENJY,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Representing the following strong and
reliable Companies, for many years in the
Agency of the late Maj. W. F. Nance, to
Liverpool and London and Globe Insur
ance C ompany.
Insurance Company of North America,
Continental Insurance of New York.
Star Iuisurance of New York.
TOTAL ASSETS OV E ! $10,000,00.
Large facilities for Insurance against
Fire on all kinds of proporty.
The Insurance of Farm Property a spe
cial feature in our Agency.
Liberal and prompt sett.lements guaran
teed. Sep 14, 3.3-1m.
STALL NO. 3.
The subscribers would inform the citi
zeus of Newberry that they are now fur
nishing the BEST BEEF that can be pur
chased in the market. They kill none bu
the choicest beeves-youing heifers am
steers-and Aothiung that ever had a calf
They will pay the highest prices for younc
cattle, the only kind that they will buy
Orders left at their SL41 over night will b<
promptly attended to.
J1. S. HAIR & SON.
Oct. 20, 42-im.
Superior Red Ash Coal
CRATE OR STOVE,
Delivered in Newberry by Car Load,
AT $10.04) PER TON, 2,240 lbs.
TRENHOLM'8 00AL DEPOT
CHIA RL ESTON, S. C.
Oct. 20, 42-1m*.
KING OF THE SINGERS
Above is the exact representation of t.h
SEWING MA(CHINE we sell for TWENT
DOLL ARS. It is in every respect the ver
best of the Singer Style of Maclines.
Finished in the finest manner, with th~
latest imiprovements for winding the bol
bin, the most con venient style of table wit
extension lear, iarge drawers and b'eautifuJ
gothic cover,-it stands without a rival,
The King of Sintger Machines
We do not ask you to pay for it. until yo
see what you are bnying. We only wish t
know that vou really intend to buy a me
chine, and are willing to pay $20 for th
Best in the Market.
Write to us. sending the name of necares
rairoad Station and we will send the ma
chine and give instrnetions and allow yo
to examine it before you pay b r it. A adres
WILLMA RTH & CO.,
729 FILBERT STREET,
Oct. 20, 42-3m .PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Several valuable BUILDING LOTS ii
the Town of Newberry ;also a few goo<
PATUffE LOT8. These lots I will dis
pose of on easy terms, or will sell thema los
for cash. Plats of the above lots may bi
seen, and1 :tl in,forna*tion obtained by ap
plyincg to the underaigned at the oilice o
J. K. P. (iGo-na, Esri.
Oct 5 4" 4 G. M. GIRARDEAU.
CHEAPEST AND BES1
ASSORTED STOCK OF
EVER SOLD IN NEWBERRY.
Please call andj examirne before puirchas
S. F. FANT.
Ocet. 12. 41-tf.
ROUND TRIP RATES
RIntIlaiQaI 0oo E0pI sitoii
At Atlanta, Ga.
pig 6th 04., ad Closig 31st Nc., 1881
Visitora to the Exposition canm obtain, on
any day during its existence, round-trip
tickets fro e. thme principal utations onth
lines comprising the Associated Railways
of Yirginia and the Carolinas, at rates ap
proxiating FOUR CENTS per mi'e for
Tickets good for t days on the Columbia
li. viing' lessed thl s iv, rv Lahiis from
Mr [I. II. Rie't'e, the subrib'iirs :c
pl;asur iin nfrming the nub!e 1hat thev
w:ll k- ep FIRST CI,AS
Where they will be aMe to accommodate
all who favot them with th.'ir pttronage.
M1YE1S & DICi ERT.
Oct. 5, 40-4m.
GLENN & POOL,
(Successors to Wm. F. Nanca, dec'd.)
Thi' undersigned having associated them
selves together for the purpose of conduct
ing the INSURANCE BiUSlNIE.SS, wo;uld
respectfully ask for a continuance of the
business lately entrusted to Major Nance,
and also any new business that may offer.
JAMES F. GLENN.
TENCH C. POOL..
Aug. U, I8S1. 32-tf.
The following lands belonging to the es
t:.te of the late Madison F. Workman, and
situate in Newberry County, are hereby of
fered for sale in three separate tracts, as
The Smith Place,
Cantaining Two Hundred and Eighteen
(218) Acres, more or less, lying on the
waters of Bush River and bounded by lands
of Henry 0. Henson, James Reeder, Dorsey
Gary and others.
The Red Mill Tract,
Containing Eighty-three and one-fifth
(83 1-5) Acres, more or leas, lying on the
waters of Bush River and hounided by lands
of John & Robt. G. Wallace, J,ames Reeder
The Meats and Gary Tracts,
Containing Two Hundred and Eighty-one
and one-half (2811) Acres, more or less,
bounded by lands of John & Robt. G. Wal
lace, I. N. G-try, James Reader and others.
The above lands can be bought at pri
vate sale between this time and the first
Monday in November. If not sold before
that time they will be sold at public sale at
Newberry Court House, the first Monday in
November next to the highest bidder.
Plats of above tracts can be seen by ap
plying to any of the undersigned.
TRMs o. SALE-One-half cash, the bal
ance payable in twelve months, secured by
mortgage of the premises sold.
J. A. WORKMAN.
J. M. WORKM AN.
MRS. E. F. DAVIS.
MRS. M. S. McKITTRIOJK.
R. C. WORKMAN.
P. B. WORK MAN. .
T. R. WORKMAN.
W. B. WORKM AN.
Oct. 13, 41-4t.
We the undersigned distributees of es
tate of Jacob Bowers, dec'd., will sell, at
-public auction, at Newberry C. H., S. C.
on the 1st Monday in November, 1881, :
certain valuable tract of land, containing
One Hundred and Seven Acres, more oi
less, bounded by lands of Jfames Wood
Ghristina Downing, Andrew Kreiler, Jacol
Mills, A. Amaick and T. B. Hawkins, situate
in Newberry Gounty.
TERaMs oF SALE--Cash, purchaser to pa)
for papers. Unless terms of sale are comt
plied with within 8 days the s.dd tract wil
be resold at first purchaiser's risk on 18
Mondayvin December, 188I.
E. L. HIEN DRIX,
A. F. HEINDRIX,
J. S. BOWERS,
M. E. BOWERS,
ELLEN N. [ilR,
WILLIAM P'. H AIR,
J. L. BOWERS,
J. L BOWERS,
G. B. BOWERS,
J. E. ST1OCKMAN,
J. W. STOCKMAN,
Diistribu tees of Jacob Bowers
SOct. 13, 41-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
SCOUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Thomas 1F. Ha.rmnon, as Administrator o:
the Personal Estate ot John .M. Harmon
deceased, Pl:&intilf,' against Sallie M. Go
Sred, Ninnie C. Reagini, Nora Lee liar
mon and Mary E. Harmon, Defendants.
Complaint for Relief.
PrIIsuant toaun order herein passed thl
4th day of October, A. D). 1881, I will sell
at pubice outcry, at Newberry C. H., S. C.
on the 7th day of November, 1 881, as the
property of John M. Harmon, deceased, al
that tract of land situate in said County,
containing Two Hundred and Fifty Acres,
more or lms, and bounded by lands of Jes
se D. Hornsby, 8. M1. Goree, P. J. Stephens.
William Langford and others, on the fol
lowing terms, to wit:
IOne-balf ot the purchase money to be
paid in cash, and the balance thereof ona
credit of twelve months wish interest from
the day of gale, to he secured by the bond
of the purchaser and a mortgage of th'
premises sold-with'leave to purchaser to
pay all cash if desired.
J. B. FELLERS, a. r. rx. c.
Oct. 141, 1881. 41-4t.
Notice of Final Settlement.
I will make a settlement ott.the estate of
Minnie M. Ridlehuber in the Probate Court
for Newberry County, S. C., on Monday,
the 14th day of November, 1881, and im
mediately thereat ter apply for a final dis
charge as Guardian of said Estate. And I
will at the same time apply for a final dis
charge as Guardian of the estates of John
J. Ridlehuber, Henry C. Ridlehuber, Laura
Amelia Ridlehuber, (now Wicker), Martha
Louisa Ridlehuber, (nov Epting), and Le
onora L. Rlidlehuber.
AP4M F. CROMER, Guardian
Oct. 11, 1881. 41-5t.
Annual Meeting of the County
Notice is hereby given that the Annual
Meeting of the County Gom,mssioners for
Newberry County will be held at their of
fice on Tuesday, Nov. 8th next.
All perons holding hihs, accounts or de
amda of >ny kmdi again.s the said County
which have no0. been befori e presented, are
hereby~ required to depo-it the 51m11 with
the undmigjnt-d on or before~ he first day
of N ovemnt-r un ot for eximizntionl by the
F. XERBER, Ja.,
Oct. 5, 40t -4t. Clerk.
New berry News copy 4 t.
Notien of Final Settlement.
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