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Special and Local.
THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1881.
INDEX TO NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
L W. Englantl-The Sun.
Charles C. Teague-Notice.
John S. Fair-Stores to Rent.
Theo. Spehl-Blacksmiith Shop.
Silas Johnstone-Master's Sale.
Silas Johnstone-Lands to Rent.
R. W. Davis-Beef! Beef!! Beef!!!
Maybin & Tarrant--"T. P. C. W. 0. 1."
The Prntestant Publishing Co.--Methodist
Godey's Lady's Book Pub. Co.-Godey's
Rutiedge Publishing Company-Make $20
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Up Train arrives................12 55 P M
Up mail closes at................12 25 PM
Down Train arrives ........... 3 51 P M
Down mail closes at............. 3 25 P M I
Laursws Train arrives. ..........11 30 A M I
Laurens Train leaves... ....... 3 55 P Jf
Laurens mail clm'es :It...... .... 25 P M
Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 00 P. M..
R. W. BOONE, P 11
Newberry, S. C,, May 16, 1881.
SPECIAL NOTICE.-Business no
tices in this local column are inserted at
the rate of 15 cents per line each inser
Obituaries, notices of meetings, com
munications relating to personal znter
ests, tributes of respect, &c. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1 per
Notices of administration, and other
legal notices, obituaries, tributes of re
spect and notices of meetings, as well as
communications of a personal character
mst'be paid for in advance j
The sbsription price of the Herald j
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months, 50 cents for three months and
25 cents for one month, in advance.
Names in future will not be placed on i
the subscription books uil the cash or t
its equivalent is paid.
i' All communications relating to
personal interests will be inserted at
regular advertising rates, one dollar per
,square, cash in advance.
This paper may be found on ile at Geo. P.
- Rowell & Co's Newspaper Advertising 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
Mr. Benj. Halfaere lost a child last
week with croup.
Maud, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Her- t
bert H. Evans, died Frid:ay, 18t:s in
stant, aged four years.
Jimmie, a nine year old son of Mr.
Orlando Sheppard, of Edgefield, died
Snnday, the 13th instant, of typhoid fe
Mr. Sam'1 S. Abrams, formerly of
this County, and father of Messrs. W.
G.J. Z. and Simeon S. Abrams, died
in Greenville Monday, 21st instant.
Buy Choice Fruits
Of all kinds from A. G. JONES. 41-tf.
Will be held to-day, at 11 A. M., in
the Methodist and the Presbyterian
Buy Canned Coods,
Fancy Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco,
from A. C. JONES. 41--tf.
The Fourth Quarterly Conference,
the Rev. C. H, Pritchard presiding, will
be held in the Methodist Church on
Saturday and Sunday, the 26th and 27th.
A full attendance is desired.
Maybin & Tarrant
Have an advertisement in this issue
to which we invite attention. They
keep everything usually kept in a first
class Dr'ig Store, and their prescription
department is in charge of experiencedt
We are pleased to notice that our old, i
friend, Mr. Thos. M. Lake, has deter
mined to renew his practice of Survey-t
ing, and we call attention to it, and re
spectfully ask for him a share of the
awork to be done.
Frssh Norfolk Oysters !
Fresh Norfolk Oysters, fresh Fish, Ham,
Eggs and Hot Coffee, served in the very
best style, at my Restaurant on Main Street,
all hours of the day anid until 9 to 10 o'clock
at night. . A. C. JONES.
Messrs. Hunt & Singleton, cotton1
buyers, are getting into luxuirious hab
its, having introduced a handsome stove
into their officee, and bright matting un
der foot, and when they get in their
new desks, their officee will present a
Mr. G.~.D. Hattiwanger Dead.
A telegram a day or two ago brought
the sad intelligence that Mr. Geo. D.
Haltiwanger, formerly a Professor in
Newberry College, and lately a lawyer
in Lexing'ton, committed suicide by
drowningj himself at Fort Worth, Texas,
Thursday, the 17th instant.
Supreme Court Decisions.
The following decisions in cases from
this County were filed by the Supreme
Court the 21st instant:
James K. Mendenhall, et al., vs.
Geo. S. Mower, Trustee; judgment of
.Circuit Court affirmed; opinion by
Simpson, C. J. 47
Ilillary R. Mangum et al., vs. John
G. Piester et al.; judgment of Circuit
Court affirmed: opinion by Simpson,
To the Exposition.
Fifty-eight persons left Newberry by
the up train yesterday for the Atlanta
Exposition. In the party were four
Professors and thirty-seven students of
Newberry College and six ladies.
Special rates, (outside of the regular
reduced rates of four cents a mile.
round trip) are now offered. The fare
from Ne~w berry to a person going alone,
or to any number less than ten, is
$11.10 for the round trip; to parties of
ten $7.90 each; to parties of twenty
$6.70; to parties of thirty SJ.>.60: to par.
ties of fifty $4.50.
Make $20.00 for Christmas.
The publishers of Rutledge's Monthly in
the prize puzzle department of their Monthly
for Decemnber offer the following easy way
for some one to make $20.00:
To the person telling us which is the
longest verse in the Old Testament Scrip
tures by Dec. 10Oh, 1881, we will give S20.00
. tn . . - -:..e The money will be for
A World of Good.
One of the most popular medicines
now before the American public, is Hop
Bitters. You see it everywhere. Peo
ple take it with good effect. It builds
them up. It is not as pleasant to the
taste as some other Bitters as it is not a
whiskey drink. It is more like the old
ashioned bone set tea that has done a
world of good. If you don't feel just
right try Hop Bitters.-Nunda News.
Dff to the West.
Mr. Enoch J. Lake and family, Mrs.
Dannon, widow of John A. Cannon. de
'eased, and family, Mr. Warren Can
non and family, and Miss Emma Lake
leave this county for Smith County,
'exas, next Tuesday. We regret to
tee these good people leaving our com
nunity, but hope they will find pleasant
omes and friends and will prosper in i
,heir .ew home. Mr. Lake promises .1
t- HERALD an occasional letter from
rruth is Mighty.
If you would experience relief from
ll annoyances arising from an inactive
iver, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
stomach, etc., use Por taline, or 'Tabler's
Vegetable Liver Powder, a never fail
ng remedy for those disorders. It will
ave an incalculable amount of suffer
ng. Price 50 cents. White's Cream
%Vhiite Vermifuge is the best worm
tiller. For sale by Dr. W. E. Pelham.
"'Too pretty to live," they say of fine
xahies, and "too sweet for anything."
3nt what can we say of the page of ex
aisite poetry, which frames in the love
y Madolin player ? What of the four t
)ages of the just such miscellany as all
)eople like ? What of the condensed
.ditorial and Brevity pages ? What of
he hymn in prose, "Songs of the night?
W hat of the history of the Yorktown
cents of the 19th of Ooctober, 1781,
orpressed into a column ? And then
he fine Music, "The Old HoHse far
away," the 'Pleasant Memories Waltz.'
tnd "Little Bunch of Roses Quickstep."
Chere is one word for it, ' 3eautiful !"
d three words to express it all
outhern Musical Joural. Ten cents
n stamps sent to the Publishers, Lud
len & Bates, Savannah, Ga., will bring
my one a specimen copy.
iodey's Lady's Book for December
Is one of the Brightest and Best nun
ers ever issued.. It is brimful of good
hings. The steel plate is an original
lesign by Darley, entitled 'The Glee
Iaiden,' from a scene in 'St. Valen
ine's Day,' by Sir Walter Scott, and is
rgem. There is a good sized Com- 1
lete Novel entitled 'All for a Song,'
iumerous shorter stories, poems, and
ketches, all exceedingly well written.
[he fashion illustrations are superb,
md very completely illustrate the pre
railing styles in the world of fashion.
[his is a good time to renew subscrip
ions, and if you have never taken the
Lady's Book, try it for 1882 on our ad
rice. Any of our readers can be supplied,
yromptly, by leaving their orders at
his office. We will furnish our own
>aper and the Lady's Book for the low
3rice of $3.75 per annum. As the next
ssue will close the current year, now is
good time to send in vour subscrip
ion. The publication office is 1006
Jhestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Do not fail to call on your druggist
or a bottle of that pure, sweet and do
icious blood purifier, Smith's Scrofula
Star Courine cures all chronic Sores
md is a sure cure for Piles.
Call on y,our draggist before it is too
.ate nd( get a bottle of Smith's Strofula
Syrupj and Star COurine.
From B. F. Moore, A.M., President
>f Mre's Southern Business Universi
y, Atlanta, Ga.-This is to certify that
[ have used Dr. Cheney's Expectorant
n my family for several years, and can
-ecomend it as an invaluable remedy
r Coughs, etc.. and have found it su
erior to any other remedies that I have
red. For sale by Dr. W. E. PEL
WADLEY, EMANUEL Co., GA.,
Oct. 10, 1879.
Gentlemen: While attending the Gen
3ral Assembly this summer, I tried your
Star Curine on my leg, it being affected
with an old sore caused by a wound re
seived during the late war. After hav
ing thoroughly tested it I am compelled
o say that it is a success, for I have had
experienee with different physicians and
remedies, and found nothing to cure me,
antil I used your Star Curine, which has.
ured a remarkable bad case. Wishing
yu success, I am yours, respectfully,
For sale by Dr. W. E. PELUAM. 50-ly
ig Go to H. A. BURNS' for Potatoes
ud Onions. 37-tf
je The best Organ at Eduard Scholtz's.
THOMPsON, Dentist, opposite Herald ofice
r.- Go to 11. A. BURN8' for your L4 -un
dy Soap, Starch and Blueinig. 37-tf
Liens for Sale.
Blank Liens for supplies and for rent,
for sale at this office.
Kendall's Treatise on the Horse.
This valuable book is for sale at the
HERALD Book Store, price only 25 cents
or single copy, or five copies for $1.00.
This book tells you what to do for your
tiorse when sick, and treats of every dis
ease to which a horse is liable. Get a
copy and save money and an.xiety.
Only for sale at the
51-tf HERALD BOOK~ STORE.
The Columbia Register will be club
bed with the HERALD as follows: Wee/C
ly Register and HERALD $3.50, 7ri
weelly Register and HERA LD $5, Daily
Register and HERALD $8.75.
The Weekly Yeoman and HERALD at
Smith's Scrofbla Syrup and Star Cu
rine are purely vegetable. WVhy will
you suffer with Cancer, White Swelling,
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liv
er Diseases, when a few bottles of these
two great remedies will cure you?
From C. D. McCurry, Newnan Co.,
Georgia.-I take great pleasure in re
commending to the public Dr. Cheney's
Expectorant and Croup Preventive. My
little son had been a great sufferer from
Spasmodic Croup during the night. Dr.
Ch tene, about two years ago, prescribcdu
for hini his Croup Preventive, which has
-os maculosly cured him. I find it
Various and all About.
Money extremely scarce,
And business of all kinds dull.
W The finest Crackers, plain and sweet,
%t H. A. BURNS'. 37-tf
Claude had the hic-ups lately and
called them hickory nuts.
sr Smoke S. & N. at Pelham's Drug
Mrs. Baxter has moved into her resi
dence on Johnstone Street.
If you can't "Bear" a cough, "Bull"
it with Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup.
The wife of the colored carpenter
Renry Bragg died at Helena Monday
Why don't our merchants advertise
:heir silence looks as if they are out of
W Buy the. best Smoking Cigars on
he market from A. C. JONES. 41-tf.
Take the Newberry HERALD for 3, 6
)r 12 months. Try it and you will not
r A fine select.ioi of Canned Goods,
Lt 1. A. BURNS'. 37-tt
There will be a Love Feast at the
lethodist Church Sunday morning at
Mr. Boone, P. M., has purchased
,110,000 in Confederate Bonds for par
ies in New York.
i- Go to H. A. BURNS' for your Plain
Lud French Candy, Nuts and Fruits. 37-tf
The Town Council will rent to the
ighest bidders the two stores under
he Opera House Wednesday.
The stock at the HERALD Book and
tationery Store is full, and prices low
lown. Call and examine goods.
ggr If you want a good Cigar, call on
1. A. BURNS. 37-tf
Mr. Caldwell's house is getting on
-apidly. It will be a handsome resi
lence, much on the style of Dr. Gil
Thanks to Col. Thos. J. Lipscomb
or a copy of the Annual Report of the
3oard of Directors and Superintendent
)f the Penitentiary.
Whoever makes a fuss about doing
rood, does very little; he who wishes
.o be seen and noticed when he is doing
good, will not do it long.
g For a choice, large variety of Chew.
ng and Smoking Tobacco, go to
31-tf H. A. BURNS'.
Dame Fortune is blind, but her dangh
er, Miss Fortune, has her eyes wide
ypen, and can easily lay hold of the
.visest of the sons of men.
Dr. S. G. Welch's son William, who
2as been seriously ill for a week past,
s now better, and strong hopes are en
~erained of his recovery.
gg Go to H. A. BURNS' for Horsford's,
k.a Foam, Sea Spray, Patapsco and Star
ils Baking Powders. 37-tf
The coming of Santa Claus is the
opic among the little ones now. Bless
:he children; happy is the man who
iath his quiver full of them.
gg Go to HI. A. BURNS' for some of
hose fine new Family Mackerel, heads and
.ails off. 3 -t
Washington drew his last breath in
he last hour of the last day of the last
~veek of the last month of the last year
f the last century, Dec. 31, 1799.
gg Go to HI. A. BURNS' for a choice
lot, of Pipes and Smokers' Articles, espe.
iaily the Shuck-mouth Cigarettes. 37-df
Another change of schedule on the
3. & G. R. R. went into effect Monday.
r'he up train arrives at 1.22 P. M., only
i minute later than before; the down
.rain arrives at 5.04 P. M.
This has been a most remarkable
Eal. It is now the 24th of November,
md there has not yet been a killing
'rost. The "oldest inhabitant" says he
ias never known the like before.
The Legislature met Tuesday. Our
Legislators, Senator Brown and Repre.
;entatives Johnstone and Wilson, were
aromptly on hand. Mr. Sligh was de.
;ained at home a few days by sickness
.n his family.
We invite the attention of our read
ers to the advertisement of the Buckeye
Wf'g Co., Marion, Ohio, in another col
mn. They offer rare inducements to
earn an honest living. 28-6m.
There are more than five hundred
eparate muscles in the human body,
md an equal number of nerves and
lood vessels. When the "Senior" feels
nis pains, he thinks he has double that
number of muscles and nerves.
Methodist Protestants, read the ad.
vertisement of the Protestant Publish
ing Co., of Magnolia, Ark., in another
olumn, and send for the Protesta.nt Re
yorder. It is a first class church paper,
nd should be in your house.
The Baptist State Convention meets
at Anderson to-day, and will continue
in session several days. Tbe delegates
o the Convention from Newberry are
Rev. Luther Broaddus, Col. Jno. R.
Leavell and James Packer, Esq.; fronm
Bush River, Capt. A. P. Davis and Mr,
Robt. G. Wallace.
Two young men from Catawba Coun
v, North Carolina, passed through
Newberry Monday on their way t(
Dade County, Florida. They were
traveling in a two-horse wagon, and
had a saddle horse, tent, provisions and
other conveniences of travel with them.
T hey are going all the way by private
conveyance, and are going to stay.
Hilliard Cromer, colored, was shol
and painfully wounded with a shotgun
last Friday night near Mr. J. B. Kemp
son's, in this County. Hilliard and an
other man named Wise were walking
along the road going toward Mr. Kemp
son's, where Hlilliard lives. They no
ticed on the roadside several times thal
some person seemed to be following
them. At a certain point this person
came into the road from the woods, anc
as he did so Wise said, "There's Jak4
Bowers." Cromer stooped down tc
pick up a rock, when the person fired,
the load lodging in Cromer's thigh
Cromer ran and the person followet
him and struck him on the head witt
the gun, and ihen ran off. WVise is nol
certain that it was Bowers; but think:
it was. He and Cromner have had
difficulty lately about Bowers' wife.
Those who have used Coussens' Coin
pound Honey of Tar, unqualifiedly as
sert that it is unequaled as a cure fo
Mr. Jno. T. Peterson is home again
Prof. J. R. Riley, of Walhalla, was
in town last week.
Mr. Reuben S. Maybin is telegraph
operator at Laurens.
Capt. M. M. Buford left Monday for
the Atlanta Exposition.
Mr. Jno. H. Clarkson, of the Refister,
paid Newherry a visit Friday.
Rev. E. P. McClintock spent last
week in Anderson County, assisting in
a protracted meeting.
Messrs. G. F. Long and F. A. Schum
pert returned Monday from the Atlanta
Exposition. They say it beats a circus.
Mr. G. W. Doyle's family arrived
Saturday from Atlanta. They are liv
ing in Mr. Geo. E. Summer's house at
Mr. S. W. Teague has the Florida
fever. He will go down on a prospect
ing tour soon, and if he be pleased with
the country will settle.
Col. T. B. Crews, of the Laurensville
Herald, passed through Newberry
Thursday on his way to the Atlanta
Exposition. Col. C. keeps his eyes
open, and sees everything going on,
from a circus to a World's Fair.
Rev. J. A. Sligh and Mrs. Sligh re
turned last week from a month's visit
to Florida. They enjoyed their trip
very much, except that their youngest
child, which they carried with them,
was sick all the time, and it is still very
ill. On arriving home they found one
of the children they had left at home
suffering with diphtheria; this one is
nearly well again.
Stewed, Fried and Raw, at'A. C. JONES'
after the 18th October. 41-tf.
The great superiority of DR.
;>BLtlL'S m' ;H SYTUP over
:li thiCrcou: i rcinc< ccsis attested
. t-:.. th .nnunt'e p ular deman:l
.r that o:d established remedy.
-r t Cure of Coughs, Colds,
-xrsenek, Croup, Asthma. Bron
.W opn Cough, Incipient
n,n in an'i for the relief of
n um lItive persons in advanced
-. sof the D)isease. For Sale
-Drists.--Price, 25 cents.
NEWBERRY, S. C., Nov 23 81
Ordinary...... ..............----9 a10
Good Ordinary..................10 a10k
Low Middling.............- -- - - -10fa10j
Good Middling .............10a10)
Newberry Prices Current.
By J. N. MARTIN & CO.
Shoulders, Prime New... 61 a 7
Shoulders, Sugar Cured. 9
Sides, C. R., New............ a 11
DRY SALTED MEATS
Sides, C. R., New............a 11
Sides, Long Clear...........a 11
Canvassed Hams, (Magnolia) 18
LADLeaf, in Tierces........... 15
Leaf, in Buckets........... 18
Granulated Standard..... ..2a
Extra C.................- 11
Coffee C................... 10
New Orleans............... 10
New Orleans Syrup... 75
New Orleans Molasses. 50
Cuba Molasses....... 60
Sugar House Molasses. 87
COF FE E
Roasted or Parched... 25
IBest Rio................ 20a
Good Rio.............. 16a20
White Wine Vinegar.. 65
Bolted. -.....--.. 1.20
BARLEY........... ...---.. 2.00
SOAP......--- ..------. --..... a 10
SrARCH...............------ 6 12
STAR CANDLES................- 15
FLOUR, Per bb1..............-- 8.00a11.00
CONCENTRATED LYE.......... 10
NGLISH SODA.............-..- 10
HORSORD'S BAKING POWDER 25
SEA FOAM BAKING POWDER 35
AXLE GREASE................ .. 10
TOBACCO............. -.--... .. . 60a 1.25
pNAILS (10) keg.... ............-450
ARROW TIES. per bunch.......... 2 00
SPLICED ARROW TIES......... 125
RED CLOVER SEED--per lb....0
RED OATS-per 60.............. 75a 80
TiMOTHY HAY.................... 200
THE COTTAGE HEARTH,
Published st Boston. An Ullustrated Maga
zine of Home Arts and Home Culture. Con
tains more reading of PRACTICAL DOMEsTIC
WORTH and POSITIVE HOME INTEREsT
than any other magazine of its price. Each
number contains Portraits and Sketches of
Distinguished Mcen, Superior Home Music,
Floral Articles, Stories and Adventures,
Choice Poetry, the latest Fashions, the Mo
the's Chair, the Student's Corner, the
Young Folks' Window, all fully illustrated.
Terms, S1 50 a year, in advance, postage
We are enabled to make the following offer
Ito our readers: To all who subscribe within
three months and pay $2.75 in advance, we
will send the Newberry HERALD and the
"COTTAGE HEARTH" for one year. I hiN
will give you a good paper aind a choice
magazine for a little more thani the price of
either. Please send in your subscriptions at
once. Oct. 12, 41-2mi.
~* - t%.amafl~b.e
FALL INB WITER SUITS ,
In all Gra<<.d
And All Prices.
Undergarrents of all kinds
S.CH AS. il
SIIRTS, UNDEIIVKSIS, U'".:11i& >L)LKS .
A F'ca,iital i SOrfflii r o:
Cravats, C&iars, Suspinders, &c.
HATS s ! IATrs I is
In Straw, Fe and Sik. ill coleor and
styles, and' very handtbome.
Gentlemen'i and Youths Shoes
TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS,
In short evecry article us'iallv kept in a
first class Glothing S:orc, at living prices.
An examination of our s.ock is respect
fully solicited. We ;uarantee saisfaction .
in all goods sold. I
WRIGHT & J. W. COPPOCK. I
May 4, 18-tt.
Dry Goods, 6roceries, Sc.
A FREE SHOW!
I have now oper.ed my small but 'vell m
selected stock of G
ry GOOdS D ad [[o i8 pr
SUCH AS b
Bacon, Meal, Flour, A
Lard, Molasses, Sugar,
Coffee, Rice, Salt,
Mackerel in cans and barreis,
Canned Goods of all descriptions,
Candy, Crackers, ;akcs,
Cheese, Raisins, Apples,
Orange, &c.. k. &c.
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
UNEXCELLEI IN PRICE.
Boots and Shoes, lHe ts and Caps.
Bed-Ticking, Shirti ig, Prints, .Jeanis, N
Hlomespunis, iIoeiery and Notions. b
I HAVE ALso uS HAND,
Kerosene Oil, Soar, Starch, Lye, .
Spices, Candles, Tobacco, egacs,
And a large lot ojf Fipes.
My stock is smali, as my means are linm
ited; but small protits and quick sales is u
my motto, and business is wh:at I mean. I C
buy cheap and in?tend to sell cheap, having a
no rent to pay and no clerks to hire. I e
live at home anid hoard at the sanme place. R~
Come and give me a call, and I guarantee m.
satisfaction. Again I announce this
My son, D. A. RUSSELL. is with mue arnd
will politely wait on any who may give muec
a call, and will take great pleasure in show- ~
ing any and all of my goods, and will make
prices to suit if possible- I will be found'
on Pratt Street, between M. Foot's es:ab
lishent ano the Det. -Resp-tfully,
J. S. RUSSE LL.
Nov. 3, 44-xrm.
GREAT BARGAINS '
For the Next 60 Days! 0
We will bave on exhibition a well seleet
ed stock of ~ T
Which will be soiM A.T A.ND iB1 -
You will also find a large lot oft choice
CANND GODS, REAKFAST STRIPST
WILLUWV WARE, h
CUTLERY,. &, I
And in fact everything usu'aly kept in a
first-claes Village Store. Comue and see for
JOHN R. NORRIS, Agt.
Aug. 24, 34--ly.
Books anid Stationer'y.t
NEW LOT OF
- -AT THE
CQNSISTINB IN PART OF
Memorandum and Pocket Books of all
kinds-some large andl fme.
Blank BOOks. all sizes and prices.
Counting HIouse? Rulers.
Indellible ink and Pencilsi.
Writing Desks--somet.iung ane
Tags and Suspension inug.
Ink Stands of v:Lrious- kjinds.
Bill Files, 31usie Paper.
Camel Hair Brushes.
Sunday School Record Car<is.
Pens, Ink. Pencils. Siates.
Paper and Envelopes. all kin-l
Photo. and Auto. A11>uw
TATE (>;' S(.)1"TIi +':\B()I4NA.
ucy Hargrove v,. J;ohi. R . l r?reve .l.!
Brti orri, o' (he Cout' I wi at :.Ib
e oi tciry, befo '.b iie -ou: ion e t:. \ew.
crry, o:1 th ;'i:.t Monday in De't em ber.
*a. th-. tr-a . k:l (t2 whc %!
I Ce Sli:pit ), itouted e Coount, and
e-:o af".m a?i. . r'tmaIilr!Ing? I-'our H rfl/it,
id Ninty A ccer., mTe '! r ,'b-.. and hoet."zd
I i l;n.is formitierlv belon:ging to L. (.
et'raki:t, l:ow mr i lib:tt likker;, CAIVin.
aker, ailV i:liam Wickeir, and by lands
T. C. Brown, WV iliaim Wailee. e o. W
ar-'rove, J. C. Iat;rgrove, T. i. Abr'inis,
This ilnd " i ili 1.0 s '. in p rce l , by piats
ereoft o be exihib)itedt On dayi oi sale-, and
hiebi m:iv in the mearti:r be examriined
the office 01 the M.ter.
TsaR+s-the puruihaver wsili b rt"ir,ited'
pay one-t i rdof i L.: urena.e iir in
'h and to ;ecure 'he b2ala:; in one rt'
o Veas, wIh intecst cui th!e ([ytv of
,t. i o::d ::+ . mor:ga:t i tit :pren
Ls sold, a:d ;o pay lor cnr:VEVa:Ce.
Sril.AS J( i i'Tt1NE, Jiacter.
Nr,v. 191, 1. 17-2t.
TATE OF JIOCTH CAROIA,A
COUNTY OF NE;WBE!iRR
IN THE COMM'iON PLEAS.
i lia:n C. Sliigh, Trustee, &c., vs. Mrs. Cor- .
ntelia G. ee t-r ::nd otherse
1' ordier oui, he 'a r, I wvii seli, a t pub
outcry, ot .he First Mondi iy it Decemt- t
r, iSS, before the Court JIousC at New
rry, all that plaitation or uact of land,
usted in the Countt ard Srate aforesaid,
rntainiig (:) Three Hundred and Fifty
ree Aeres, more or les;, bounded by
ud- formerly beionuging to V. W. McMor- r
, Jno. P. K'i:ardl, Eitate of James B.
ison and ot.heis.
Ard, also, nil that other tract, or planta
)n of land, situated in said Gounty and
ate, containing (77) Seventy-seven Acres,
ore or less, bounded by laad of J. Belton
I-rrph, estate of Jas. B. Wilson, eote.te of
. (. Mayes and others.
TER:+ts-Purehasers will :>e required to
v one-half uf the purebase money in cash,
:d o secure the balance payable at twelve
ou.hs with interest from the day of saie,
bond and a mortgage of the premises
id o pay for necessary _pers for transfer
the property. Sales to be made by plat.
I AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 12 Nov., ISS1. 46-t
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERiY.
IN COMIMON PLFAS.
ia Jonnsore, Mavrs, vs. Vn. B. Oxner
By order of the Court herein, I will sell,
public outcrV, before the Co:irt [House at
ewberry. on the' First Moniday in D)ecemn
~r, 1881i, all that tract or par~cel of' land,
ing partly iu U nion County and partly in
ewberry Co.unty, in the State aferesaid,
>ntainingt Seventy-twe Aeres, muore or less,
ad boundJed by h?umis of P. WV. Cuick, So
.inaih OxnIer and .John F. Oxnrer.
Aio, all that tract or' parcCe o land, sit
ted int the town of Maybinton, in the
ounty and Stare af'oresaid (upon w hich is
two-story tore-house), mteasurin.g twenty
orP feet front -on road known aS Public
oadi to Uolcubia, and ranning back sev
-tw et, bounded on all sides by lands
W. . Oxner.
Tias-The purch.aser v.iii be required
pay one-htalf of tile purchase :.Oney in
an., andi to securie the balance of the pur
ase nwniey payaec at twelIve months alith
terest fromi the day of sale by bond and
ortgatge of the property s.old. Purchaser
>pay for conveyance.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Ofiee, 1lith Nov., 1881. 46-it
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS
.argaret Spearmiani, PIaia tirf, vs. GThesley
D. Spearmlan, Dieflendant.
By order of the Court hlerein, dated 19th
e,ruary, 1881, I will sell, at the risk of'
>urmer purchaser, ai public.. outcry, on0 the
irst Mo. d.ay in Decembier. 1881, before
9 Court ilouse at New berry, all that tract
Splanttationl of land, ,yig anrd boeing' -it
ite n the same Staite and County afore
id, on waters of Littue River, containing
wo Hundred and Forty Acres, more or
.sc, antd b ounded by lands of Jacksou
eague, Trav is Hill], and lands bdlonging
>the estate of Graves Speatrman, deceased,
T En.s-Thie purchaser will be requiured
pay one-fourth of the parehase mnoney in
sh, 'anid to secure the baaee, payable mn
o instatlents of' one and two y'ears,w with
terest fromi thle day of sale, by a bond
d a mtortage of the primrises, anid pay
adeed, -with leave to pay the whole
uunt of the purchase money ia cash.
Nov'. 17, 46-s:.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF N EWBERRY.
IN COMDMON PLEAS.
hus. S. Moormuan, Fx 'or., vs. Mary A.
Xooirmain. now 2 Sikus, et ali.
By order of the Court, I wili sell at rub
e outcly, btefore tile Cour't HIouse at New -
erry, en the' tinst Moda iDcember,
881 al that lot or parcel of' land in the
wn of Newberry, the property of the late
~obert Mioorman, deceased, containing
Acres, more or' less,
ud bounded by Bauxter street, Moorman
treet, and by lots of Thos. S. Moormian
ud Mr's. Marie XW. Moormran and others.
'is sale will be madie in such parcels as
all e indicated by plats thereof, to be
xhibited .,u day ol sd:. a thre ir.ean
met, these piats may be exained at the
.aster's ottie .
TERlS--The~ PurCltchs wnl be t'e(Uired
pay in caah one-half of' the purchase
oney and to secure the balance payable
twelve muonths, w ith initerest from tie
iy of sale, by bund and a mr:tg.ge ol the
~ SiLAs JOINSTON F, 1a~n
TATE OF" SOUTh ('AROINA~
COUNTY OF NEWB1EIRRY.
N COMION >EAS.
bee r i. Chatlmers, Ad'r.t' ., v Frr
f-al'nere, .in,:'r ,et al.
Relief anjd Account.
By cede'r of the Court heri::, I wil 1el
e'ore the Court ilouise at Yuiw berry, on
f Firs Mon y in Decembner, 1851, at
tdt by plt t-o b-:''J . exhbie on. d. o
ah:-ail that traer of land oft wideh D)avid
1aa1r died- seu-; c o ue in ic
imple, .ad: on w h he rAd.. at IlthelTme
i hi-. dear--situated in 3: (ounty 1:0
ka t afor-''aid, aud conirl1tain-~T ;
redi arid *" eent y Ae:eS, nr-rie ori .a-s, and'
,o uded1 by lI is of .JameSC- MaliesL.t alvini
'scal,~ Micajant i:.pp' and o! .ers.
Tn R p-.1caer '.mi be reeouired to I
ST.I'TE L C AR l'if '.\I.OLINA,
00 NTY cW N E WBEIR1Y.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Ms Fannie N. Baxter, Adm'x., &c., vs.
Lucy W. Baxter, et al.
By order of the Court herein, I will sell,
uupuiic outrery, before the Court House at
New berrv, on the First Monday in Decem
ier, 1881, the real estate of James M. Bax
deceased, in the County and State afore
as follows :
The Home Place, the late re-idenee of
he d1Peea"ed. containiing (35 9,:-104) Thirty
Five Acres and Nine tenths, and botn-i<-,
ly lands of MNrs. Nancy E. W:on, Mr, Y.
;. Pope, and by C'aldweil and l'ope am-v
No. 1 of the Springfield Tract, containing
sixty-Five Acres, and bounded by No. 2 of
hi. Tract, and by lands of D. S. Johnson
ud 4Mrs. T. F. Harmon.
No. 2 of the Springfield Trae,. containing
i,htr Acres, adjoining No. I of this Tract,
:ad bounded by lands of Mrs. T. F. Har
nou and D. S. .Johnson and by the Road to
Cin":rd?'s Ferry-from w hich Road a right
>t way i reserved to Tract No. 1.
The Cemeterv T::ct. lying between -.,e
"!d B Jc .k Road and tl:e Steam Mill
toad, wnieh cutttins about One Hundred
na oriy-Thr-e Acres, more yr less, and
,)utnded tb lands oi' S P. Baird, A. G.
rl..its, Newberrv Goilt"e, Estate of W. B
-lKelir ;:ad Estate ot .ai. P. Au'i1, wil
>f sold in =evert arcel, :Id in dimensions
ui,g rromt five to fiity-eight acres.
I:he whole of this estate has just been
urvved. The plats, by which it. will be
old, are on exhibition at the Master's of
T:Rs--The purchasm"r will be required
o pay one third of the pur'. money in
ash and to secure the pavrc: t of the bal
ntee pay,ble in one and two years, with
nterest from the day of sale, >y bond and
mortgage of the premises sol. The put
baser of the Home Place wi~l be further
et,ired to insure the buildings thereon at
so-thirds of their value and assign the
oliev of insurance to the Master. The
urchaser shall pay for all the necessary
apers for the transfer of the property.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Nov. 11, 1881. 46-3t
>TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
rohn G. Pies!er and James B. Aul!, Ex'ors.,
vs. Eliza A. Piester, et al.
Complaint for Relief.
Bty order of the Court, I will sell, at pub
ic outcry, before the Court House at New
wrry, on the First Monday in December,
881, the tract of laud of which David B.
iester died seiz;d and possessed, situate
:i said County and State, containing (400)
?our Huadred Acres. more or less, known
is the "Miller Tract," and bounded by lands
> Estate of D. B. Piester, Estate of Henry
3urton, Levi E. Folk and ienr% M. Hunter.
TERMs-Purchaser will be required to pay
>ne-third of the purchase money in cash,
md to secnre the b'larce navable in one
mid two years, with interest fromi the day'
if sale, by bond and mortgage of the prem
ses sold, and to pay for conveyance.
SILAS JOHN STONE, Master.
Mas:er's Odice, 12 Nov., 1881. 46-:3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY 01F NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
l'os A. Flbyd and wife, vs. Wim. W. Mil
ler, et al.
By order of the Court herein, I will selil
1t public outcry, before the Court House at
ewberry, en the First Monday in Decem.
icr, 1881, all that tract or plantation of
land, situated on the Saluda River in the
County and Sta:.e aforesaid, containing
Four Hundred and Ninety-seven Acres and
seve-teuths, more or less, and bounded by
ands of William Langford, G. WV. L. Spear.
TERnMs-The purchaser will be required
o pay one-half of the purchase money in
~ash, and to secure the payment of' the bal
ice payab)le at twelve months, with inter
~st from the day of' sale, by bond and mort
agc of the premises with leave, however,
on pay the whole bid in cash. Purchaser
o pay for couveyance.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, Nov. 11, 1381. 46-St
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Win. Lagf4orti and Geo. A. Langford,
Ex'ors., Plaintiffs, vs. Spencer P. Baird,
Iy order of the Gourt I will re-seli, (at
he ilsk of thre :imr puIrchaer), before
'.he,j rort House at \Orberry, on the First
Mona iin December. 1lui, at public out
:r all tht lot or lnd-th p..ropecrty [oI
rbe defe-i -lant-lying mi tia Town of New
crrv, in th.e said Count' andu Stte con.
taining .44) Five Hund ed and Forty-four
S~uare Yards, more or less. fronting on
Pratt Street, and otherwise bounded by
ands of Estate o)f C. M. Harris, deceased,
bnds formerly owned by Julius B. Smith
and Car'nile Street.
hTMS.-The purchaser will be required
to pay ore-balf of the purchase money in
cash, and to secure by bond and mortgage
of the premises, the remaining halt, paya.
be at six months with interest thereon from
the day of sale, and pay for conveyance.
SILAS JUHNSTONE, Master.
Nov. 17, 46--:n
STATE OF' SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Mrs. Cynthia Mower. Adm'x., vs. W. A.
Werts, et al.
By order of the Court hereir:, I will sell,
at public outcry, on the First Monday it
December next, before the Court House at
Newberry, all that tract of land in the
Conty and( State aforesaid, containing
Niet-nive Acres, more or less, and bound
ed yv iunds of Peg:y Livingston, Daniel
Livingston, A. J. Bedlenbaugh, Henry
Werts andi others.
TERMs-The ptrchaser will be required
to pay in cash one-half of the purchas
mone;cy atnd to secure the balance, payable
at t~Ic months, with interest from the
d1ay u.ir, b y bond and mortgage of tht
jrISC.tILAS JOUNSTONE. Master.
8TiE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN~ COMMON PLE AS.
Fane N. Esxter, adw':., vs. Lucy V
Baxter, et ..
The creditors of the estate of JTames M.
Baxter are req1uired to render and estabhls
thdcr U aands apint said estate before
mew. on or bfo're the first dJay of Decemnbet
I-LAS JrjuNsTONE, Mcst.er.
Master's othi e, Nov. 11, 1881I. 46-s
Wecniu oata oiiosfrPtns
We continurae oartks. Sopicits. or. Ptnt
ath. Trde Mtates. Coprights.ba etc., fo
thne, nierSates. nea Cua,e Engdnd
.YFV EtS XEINE
France, Germany, etc. We have had THIR
--- - a onmNCE.
Dry Gooas and .Motions.
iaID FALL OEII& I
-. T TlF
Consisting of the tonlowing goods:
Domestic Plaids and Stripes,
SILK AND SATINS.
ELEACHED AND BROWN
Sheetings and Shirtings,
Red and White Flannels,
Velveteens and Silk Velvet,
L2adies' Silk Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Silk Ties,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's
Polite and courteous attention given to
every visitor, whether purchaser or not.
BEN. H. CLINE & CO.
Sep. 21, 38-tf'.
Pianos and Organs.
NEBERY S C
Agnof th aeMj, W .Nne tol
LivepoolandLondn an Glbe Isur
sunc oman f orhAmria
Cotnetl nuaneofNw 0ok
Star Isrne* NeYrk
TOA ASES zE $00000
Th IsuaneofFam roe tase
ci e t r n o r A e et e e t u r n
ted ep 4 3-m