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THOS. F. GRENEKER,
W. H. WALLAC& ES.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1882
A PAPERa -)R LIRE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in the ighest respect aFam
ily Newa r, devoted to the material ti
terests ol e peoplen is County and tbe
State. It circulates extensively, and as an.
Advertibing medum offers unrivalled ad
vantges. F7 -Terms, see fir'st page.
The Edgefield Monitor says that
Mr. Jno. A. Koon, of that County,
put in seventeen bushels of oats in
one day with two mules and an
Acme Harrow. That is fast work:
but it, and other instances of quick
work, a.only the precursors of
what is to-be the rule in. the near
future. The old, slow style of
farming is passing away, and a new
and improved order of things is
fast taking its place.
The Haselton cottmn picker has
been tested, and has proved a sue
cess. With it, it. is confidently
stated, one man and two mules can
gather 4,000 pounds of cotton a day
.Wqsawlast summer the great
improvements made In harvesting
by means of the Reapers and Bind
shaRtMve eome.into general use as
thaundoubtedly will before many
years, farming will be a far more
profitabli occupation than it:is at
present; and the value of land will
be greatly inereased, because so
much more can then be cultivated.
We .dently believe that a
goo&ieis eoming to the-farmerm
of the South.
Morgan and the. mason
the rst page of this issue is
the posthumous statement of the
late Thurlow Weed, which has cre
ated considerable discussion in. the
Nqrthern press. It will. be observ
ed that Weed's affiavit, which he
appends. to his statement, is only to
the effect that a man named Whit
neg told him certain things.. It is
very likely, as many believe, that
Whitney, who knew Weed's strong
-anti-Mason sentiments, .made himi
th viti of a huge joke. Persons
who knew Morgan and were related
to,him say that he was otmur
dered, but was released on condi
tion that he would leave the coun
try ; that he went to Australia, and
there- published a newspaper until
Itasems to be pretty well settled
that Morgan was not murdered ;
but- e no doubt wishedsmany a
time that he had been.
Oeers or the State Grange.
At the meeting of the State
Gragige in Columbia ast week the
following officers were elected to
* serve for the ensuing term of two
W. M., J. N. Lipscomb; 0., A.
P. Butler ; L., D. P'. Sojourner; S.,
J. N. Parrott ; A. S., W. J. Durant;
Chaplain, J. G. Richards ; Treasu
rer, A. M.L Aiken ; Secretary, Thos
W. Holloway ; G. K., James Law
horn; Ceres, Mrs. F. M. Clayton;
Pomona, Mrs. A. W. Parrott ; Flo
ra, Mrs. J. W.Wofford ;L. A. S.,
Mrs.IR.A. Love ;Member of the
Executive Comm3ittee, Win. K.
The next meeting will be held in
Charleston the Erst Tuesday in
'One.or two bills have been intro
- duced looking to the completion of
the State House. After nearly four
hundred thousand dollars is taken
to pay interest on the public debt ;
twenty-two thousand for the militia;
twenty thousand for the Citadel
Academy ; twelVe thousand five
hundred for the S. C. College ; and
various other large sums for other
purposes-where is the money to
come from wo complete the State
Bouse except from increased taxa
tion! And are the people of the
State willing to have the taxes in
The State House ought to be fin
ished, but some of the present ap
propriations should be lopped off
It has been suggested to us that
the Smytbe Rail Road bill should
be so amended as to require the
Commissioners to walk over every
mile of the 'different railroads in
the State, so that they can make a
thorough and minute examination
of their condition. Sueh a provision
would have at least one good eaect :
it would prevent the Governor, or
the Legislature, from putting any
of the "broken down political
Senator Wallace's bill to gv
250 convicts and $25,000 to.aid the
Columbia Canal is a pretty- s'S
proposition. At $12.50 per month,
250 convicts would be worth 837,
500 a year. This added to $25,000
would muke $62.500-a big sun
for the. taxpayers of the-State to
pay for an enterprise that is entire
ly local in its character, and almost
entirely local in any benefits that
will egr.acrnalrom- i.
Rev. Durham, M. D., late candi
date on the greenback ticket for
Superintendent of Education, iE
writing a series of abusiv-e lettrq
to a Charleston paper. He spellk
Christian with a small c, and bi
lingsgate'with a big B.
Senator McCall, of Marlb6ro, and
Representatives Ward, of Edge
field, and Massey, of York, havc
resigned from the Board of Peni
The U. S. House of Representa
tives has awarded $35,000 to thE
State of Georgia for money speni
in'that State in 1777 in defense ol
(Condensed from the News and Courier and
DE. 6--SE.A-The .Smytht
Rail Road came up for second read
ing. Mr. HarIlesoffered an amend
ment that the three Commissioners
be elected by the Legislature. Sen.
ators Earle, Callison and Pattersoi
spokefor the amendment, and Sen
tors Moore, Smythe and Hnder
son against-lost by 19 to 14
Senator Henderson offered ax
amendment providing that one Com
missioner should be a man experi
enced in railroad business, one ex
perienced in the law, and the othei
a merchant or farmer-agreed to.
Senator Patterson offered an amend.
ment that the railroad man on the
Commission receive a salary o1
$2,100, and the othei two $700
eac-&.-lost, Senator -Patterson
moved to amend the section of thi
bill which provides that in any suit
against rail roads~ for overchargeE
I the rates fixed by the Commission
ers shal4be sufficient evidelic' 6
reasonable charges, by substitutiig
prinzdfacie forsuficient-ost. The
bill then passed second reading.
Senator Wallace introduced bil
for 'the more speedy developmeni
of the Columbia Canal, providing
for -the employment of 250 able
bodied convicts and an expenditure
of $25,000 of the net income of the
*Senator Gaillard presented peti
tion from citizens of Charleston
Berkeley, Barnwell and Laureni
Counties asking an amendment tA
the Constitution making the. pay:
ment of poll tax a prerequisite tc
voting-referred to Committee on
Privileges and Elections.
Senator Henderson offereda
concurrent resolation urging om~
Senators and Representatives ix
Congress to use all endeavors tc
secnre federal aid for the promotiox
of public schools in this and otie:
States on the basis of illiteracy.
Senator . McCall. resigned from
the Board of Venitezntiary' Direc
Bills to ratify the Constitutional
amendment relative to time of hold.
ing State elections and amendment
relative to disqualification of'- vo.
ters, passed third reading, as. als4
bill to define and declare the law as
to the right of the State to stand
HOUSE.-ogse Sgreed to 8enSt4
resolution asking Federal aid for
Favorable reports were made ox
following bills : To abolish the Ba
ree of ppmigration ; to repeal Liex
A committee was appointed, te
act with Senate-committee, to con
sider gad devise a plan for inferior
coui-ts,: or to reaolpmrend changes in
the Trial Justice system.
Mr. Farley gave notice of bill te
provide for the better support of
the public and. graded schools o
the State, and to authoriae the levy
and colrection of a local tax for the
DEc. 7---SxETE.-Bill to .incor
porate the Southern Land Loax
Asociation~ wa% debated at length.
The object of bill was to enablea
corporation, under the above name,
to lend money on land sesgrity al
unlimited interest. The bill ws
HoUsE.-The following. bills werT
introduced: Mr. Ward, bill to make
pay certi$cates of jurors and wit
nesses receivable for taxes. 'Mr
Britton, a bill to require all public
printing to be done in the State
W(r. Haskell, a resolution to inquir
into th.e feasibiity of finishing th<
State House. Mr. Soykin, joini
resolution to appropriate $100,00(
to complete the State House.
The following was rejected: Bil
to exempt from taxation land coi
ered by mortgage.
Notice was given of the follow
ing: To amend the law relative t<
pay of State witnesses ; to repes
DEc. 8-SmTE.-The Smythe
bill providing for three Commis
sioners to regulate the rail roada
passed third reading, and was seni
to the House.
A bill was introduced to author
ize the school districts to levy and
collect special tax, not exce6ding
mills, to supplement school tax.
The voters of the school districts
who own property will be called
upon by the district trustees to yote
o the guestion of special tax, upox
the renest in wrijipg of ten prop
ertyholders of the district.
nE~os.-Unfavorable report was
made on bil for the more speedv
tevelopment- of the Columbia Ca
bil ;xmd favorable report on ano
hri.iliar -same purpsAe, with
appropm-ttio'n of $15,000. instead of
Mr. Ward introguced bill to foy
[a new County-to he known a S:A
lada-out of portions of Edgend d
Mr. 13obo introduced bi 1 tu pro
vide compensation for Coi-on-Ir's
Kinard, introduced bill to.
form a new County-to be called
Ninety Six-out of portions of
Edgefield, Abbeville and Newberry.
Abill was introduced to -make
the President of the State Agii-l
tural Society and the Master of the
State Grange ex officio membvrs of
the. Board of University Trats:ts.
DEc. 9-SATE.-Commitee e
ported favorably on Senator Wal
Judiciary Committee reported
that Members of the Legislature,
in their opinion, should not be
elected Penitentiary Directors.
Senators Earle, Moore and Gail
lard were appointed as committee
from the Senate to sit during recess
and examine and report upon the
Trial Justice system, with a view
to the substitution of County Courts
HorsE.-Bill to incorporate New.
berry Cotton Mills passed second
Mr. Johnstone, Chairman of the
I Ways and Means, introduced bill to
make appropriations for the sup
port of-the government for the year
beginning Nov. 1, 1882. Among
*he items are: For the support of
the S. C. University, $24,900;. in
surance and repairs on same, $2,000;
Librarian of same, $500 ; schools
;of the University at Columbia,
$10,000. For support of- Citadel
Academy, $21,000; insurance on
DEc. 11-SEATE.-Senator Wal
lace's Cana bill was postponed to
HousE.-Mr. Bobo, of Spartan-'
burg introduced a bill to repeal
the law exempting eertain property
of 'factories from taxation. After
Iconsiderable discussion the bill was
voted down-29 for, 63 against.
DEC. 12-S=lAE-Bill to limit the
rate of interest to 10 per.. cent. passed
second reading by vote of. 16 to 15. .
Bill to provide for local taxation to
supplement the free school fund was
Bill to pav. Commissioners and Man.
agers of last election was reported fa
HOUSE-Bill to limit rate of interest
L to 10 per cent, passed second reading.
Bill to- abolish office of Auditor was
Bill to incorporate the Newberry Cot
ton Mills passed third reading and was
Isent to the Senate.
1 Are you troubled with such symp
tois of dyspepsia as belching, tasting
of the food, heart-burn, etc. ? Brown's
Iron Bitters will care.you.
The Piedmoht Seminary-for
merly Walker's Hotel-in -Spartate
burg was bnrned down Thuraday,
7th. The school furniture was
sa,ved,, except the desks.
The following towns in the State
have voted "No License" recently:
Spartanburg, Sumter, Leesville,
Manning, Greenwood. Abbeville
and Aniderson voted for "License."
-.A fire occurred in Columbia last
?iday morning, 8th, and the fol
lowing stores were burned:. C. H.
Baldwin's, groceries, -C. F. Jack
son's,. dry goods and notions,- and.
Jno. S. Wiley's, clothing. The fire
started in Baldwin's from the ex
plosion of a kerossene lamp.
Mr. Jas. F. Malloy, of Edgefield,
recovered a verdict of $20,000 in
rew York M4onday against the New
York Herald for libel. After the
-Edgefield fire the Eerald publish'ed
a telegram stating that it was sure
pected that Mr. Malloy started the
#re for the pirpose of getting the
insurance on' his house.
What makes Floreston Cologne w?I
come on-every lady's toilet table is its
lasting fragrance and rich, flowery
The Presideut's Message..
President Arthur's annual message
to Congress. is too long to adtpit of
publication in this paper. We can
give only a f.ew extracts, embracing
matters of s'e'eial-,nterest.
4'.fil- gnd intereig exhibit of
Sthe opeiatlons of the Treasury Depart
ment is afforded by the report of the
SSecretary. It appears that ,the
Sordinary revenues form all sources
-for the fiscal year ending June 30,
.1882, were follows; From customs,
: $220,410,730 25 ; from internal revs
. nue, $46,497,595 45; from sales of
a publio lands, $4,763,140 37 ; from
a tax on circulation and deposits of Na
tional banks, $8,956,794 45 ; from re
) payment of -iiterest by PaciofiePal
way Companies, $840,554 37; from
1 sinking fund for Pacific Railway Com
-panies, $796,271 42; from customs
fees, fines, penah;as, eto, $1,343 348;
-from fees consular, letters patent and
hands, 82,638,990 97 ; fromi proceeds
I of sales of Government property, $314,
959 85; from profits, on coinage. bul.
lion deposits and assays, $4.116,693
-73 ; from Indian trust funds, $5,705,.
S243 22; from deposits by individuals
Sfor surveying public lands, $2,052,
306 36; from revenues of the Dis
-trict of Columbia, $1,715,176 41.
I From miscellan&ous sources, $3,383,
S445 43. Total ordinary receiptsi,
.$403.525,250 28. The. ordinary ex
Spenditures for the same period were
for civil expenses, $18,042,386 42;
for foreign intercourse, $1,307,583 19;
for Indians, $9,736,747 40 a for pen
sions,' $61,345,193 95; for the mil
itary establishment, including river1
:a.d b.a, improvemania and ars.
ials. $43.570,494 19 ; for the-Vaval
stablishwent, including vessels, ma
:hineiy, and improvement$ at navy
;ads. $15,032,046 26 ;- for mis6i
aneous expenditures, including public
)uildings, lighthouses and collecting
he revenue, $34,539,237 50 ; for ex
)enditures on account of the District
>f Columbia, 330,543.8,; foriu
:erest oo the public debt, 871,077,
'0G 79. Total ordinary expenditures,
257,981,439 57, leavin'g a surplus
evenue of $145,543,810 71, which,
with an amount drawn from the.cash
)alance in the Treasury of 820,737,
594 84, making $166,281,505 55,
was applied to the redemption of
>onds. For --sinking -fund, -860;079
[50; of fractional currency for tho
iinking fund, $58,705 55 ; of loan of
fuly and August', 1861, $62,572,050;
>f loan of March, 1863, $4,472,900;
>f funded loan of 1881, 337,194,
150 ; of loan of 1858, $100,000;
>f loan of February, 1861, $303,000;
f fite twenties of 1862, $2,100 ; of
lve twenties of 1864, 87,400 ; of five
;wenties 1b65, $6,500; ef ten-forties
f 1864,8254,550 ; of consols of 1865,
86,450; of consols of 1867, $408,
250; of consols of 1869, 8141,400 ; of
Dregon war debt, $675,250 ; of old
lemand compound interest and other
3otes $18,350. Total $166,281,505
I heartily approve the Secretary's
recommendation of immediate and ex
ensive reductions in the annual reve.
3aes of the Govarnment It will be
remmembered thatI urged upon the at
.ention of Congress at its last session,
.he importance of relieving the indus
ry and enterprise of the country from
-he pressure of unnecessary taxation.
Of late the public revenues have
ar exceeded the limit, necessary for a
wise and economical administration of
be Government; and unless checked
)y appropriate legislation such ex
.ess will continue to increase from
year to year. For the fiscal year end.
d June 30, 1881, the surplus reve
)ue amounted to one hundred million
)f dollars; for the fiscal year ending on
,he 30th of June last, the surplus
was more than one hundred and for.
y-five millides. The report of the
Secretary shows what disposition has
been tuade of these moneys. 'They
bave not only answered the require.
ments of the sinking fund,~but have
ifforded a large balance applicable to
>ther reductions of the public debt.
But I renew the expression of my
:onviction that snoh rapid extinguish
ment of the national indebtedness as
As now taking place is, by no means, a
ause for congratulation. It is a
ause rather for serion's apprehensi6n.
[f it continues, it m-st speedily be
Followed by. one of the evil results -so
:learly set forth in the report of the
3ecretary. Either the surplus must
lie idle in the Treasury, or the'Gov
)rnment will be forced to buy,' at
market sales, its bonds not then ye.
leewable,. and which, under such cir
:umstances, cannot fail .to command
w enormous premium, or the swollen
revenues wilf he devoted to extrava
gaut expenditure, which, as experience
bas taught, is ever the bane of an
averflowing streasury. It was made
apparent in the course of the animated
liscussions which this question arous
ed in the last session of Congress that
the policy of diminishing the.revenue
by reducing taxation commanded the
general approval of the members of
both Houses. I regret that because
f conflicting views as to the best
methods by which that policy should
be made operative none of its benefits
have as yet been reaped. In fulfil
rnent of what I deem my constitutional
inty,' but with little hope that I can
make valuable contribution to this
vexed question, I shall proceed to in.
timate briefly my own views-in rela
tion to it. Upon the showing of our
lipancial condition at the close ofethe
last fiscal year I .felt justified in
recommending to Congress the aboli
tion of all internal revenue taxes ex
sept those upon tobacco in its various
Forms and upon distilled spirits and
Fermented liquors, and except, also,
o special tax upon the manufacturers
md dealers in' such' articles. I yen
ure now to suggest that unless it
hall be ascertained that the probable
~xpenditures of the Government for
~he coming year .have been under
~stimated, all internal taxes, save
hose which relate to distilled spirits,
san be prudently-abrogated. Such a
ourse, if accompanied by a simplifica
~ion..of the machinery of collection,
which would . then. be easy of accom
plishment, might reasonably be ex.
gected to result in diminishin'g the
>ost of -such colletion by at least
two. millions and a half of dollars and
.n the retirement- from office of from
afteen: hundred to two thousand per
You will prevent and cure the
greater part of the ills that affiet man.
kind in this or any section, if you keep
your stomach, liver and kidneys in
perfect working order. There is no
medicine known that does this as
mrely as Parker's Ginger Tonic. It
will keep your blood rich and pure,
and give you good health at little cost.
See other column.
It has been clearly established that
Oatarrh is a blood poison; therefore,
any remedy that is a perfect blood
purifier will cure this disease. S. S.
S. is the remedy, being purely vege
Lable, and has been known to cure
some of the worst cases in a few
weeks. Price, $1.00 - and $1.75 per
. POST OFFICE,
NmawBizRR, S. C., Dec. 9, 1882.
List of advertised letters for week ending
Dec. 9, 1882:
Blalock, C. J. IHrs,Miss Reno
Birge, B. K. Jackson, W. T.
DarneIl, F. H. IJohnson, J. G.
Davenport, Green Reed,. Ellis
Davis, R. P. .Reed, Alex.
F'rmnklin, J. W. Reid, E. L.
3olden, Eva Z. Sims, Calmes
solding, B. S. Smith, Miss Mary
slenn, J. W. Wilson, Alired
Parties calling for letters will please say
Sadvtised.- E. W. 800E5.P. N.
December 7.1882, by Rjv. E. P. McClin
tlck, Me..Calviu aalfacr to Miss Emma E."
Dec. 6, 1882, by Rev. J. Hawkins, D.D.,
Mr. P. P. Be acb:m to Mrs Matilda Beden
baugh-botil of Newberry County.
Dec. 5, 1E82, by Rev. H1. S. Wingard, Mr.
J M. Koorj to Miss F,n%tie Taylur-buth of
Dec. 7, 1882, by Rev. H. S. Wingard, Mr'
J. D. Snber to Mrs. Fannie Ridlehuber-both
Dee-.', 1882, by Rev. H. S. Wingard, Mr.
Juo. laminick to Miss Sallie Counts-both
Nov. 30, 1882,.by Rev. B. KreDs, Mr. Jao.
T. Rodgers, of Newbetry County, to Miss
Mary C. Crout, of Lexington County.
Turkeys and.Eggs Wanteds
Ten or twelve, one and a half to two
year old Turkeys, and a hundred dozen of
Eggs wanted. Apply at this office.
Dec. 14, 50-2t.
I will sell on Saleday next, the irst
Monday in January, 1883, before the Court
House, within the legal hours of sale, the
following tract of land, containing Two
Hundred and Forty Acres, mre or less, t
bounded by lauds of Melvin Wi.ker and
John Sozidlev. Titles good.
Terms made known nu day 4,f -tale.
JuH' C. BROWN.
Dec. 14, 60-3t.
I will sell on next Saleday, Monday. Jan
uary 1st, 1883, before the Court House,
within the legal hours of sale, if tiot sold
before that time, that valuable tract of land,
One Hundred Aeres,
more or lis, known asm a part of 1he &iack
Jack Plantation. Forty acres are ei-ared
and the balance Ja pine ai,d oak timber.
On the placo is a tenant4 lramt flu- .nd
a Water Mill.
Parties wishing' to examine this rract
Will call on the undeisigied
Terms made knowz, on d.tv of eel..
J. GLEN T RIKaRD.
Dec. 14, 50-0t.
All persons holding: deumads against the
estite of James Oxntr, decteaed, -will pre
sent the same attested as require1 by Law, I
to the undersigned, or to he: aLoi.ey, Y.
J. P6e, Esq., and all persons indebted to
said estate willmake!payment to me.
MARY 40. ONE.t.
As Administratrix. of the estale of J mes
dft 14-54 St Oxner, dcce-:-d.
GE EMAN KAIN1T,
(Direct front the Agent of the Peruvian
(6 to 8 per cent. Ammonia.y'
Nova Fmosia Land Plasters
SOUTH. CAROLINA GROUND
Fine zround and of high grade.
For sale by
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Dec. 14, 50-Sm.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
Harriet F. McCarley, as Adm'x., s. The
Newberry Agricultural and Mechanical
By order of the Court, dated 29th No
vember, 1882. I willl sell, at Newberry Court
House, ont the First Monday in January,
A. .D. 1883, at public outcry, to the highest
tbidder, the following property of the de
fendant, to wit: Los of Silver Plated Ware,
and all that Jot of land, with the buildings
thereon, situate in the Town of Newberry,
int the /said County and State, containing
Eight~ and Three-fourths Acres, more or
less, and boundled by lands of George John
stone, by' Pratt Street, Hunt Street and
John tone Sttgt..1
Txxs : Personal property all cash. Real i
Estate one-chird cash, and the balance on a
credit of :welve-months, with interest from
the day of sale, tobe secured by bond iof
the purchaser and a mortgage ot the prom- 1
ises, with leave to the purchaser to pay the
whole in cash. Purchaser to pay for all
DANIEL B. -WHEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriffs Office, Dec. B, 1882. 50-St
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
By virtue of-sundry executions to me di
rected, I will sell, at New berry Court House,
on the First Monday (Saleday) in January,
A. D. 1883, at public outcry, to the high
est bidder, all that tract of land sitate In
said County and State, containing One
Hundred and Fifteeni Acres, niore or less,
and bounded by lands of U. IL.Singley, Ja
cob Livingston, Dr. D. H. Werta and oth
era. Levied on- as the property of Henry
Werts, at the suit of George G. DeWalt.
Tms-Oash. Purchser to pay for pa
I will sell, at the same time and place,1
alltha ract ofsd'situate in said County
and State, containing Fifty-iwo and Fpur
fifths Acres, more or less, and bounded by
lanids of Mrs. J. T.-Ps. Crosson,' Adam 'Kib
ler, Robert Luther and others. Levied on
as the property o'f' Martin Luther Kinard,
at the suit of Wheeler & Moseley.
.Tms-Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa..
I will also sell, at the same time and
place, all that tract of land situate in the
said County and State, containing Fifty-six
Acres, more or less, and bounded by lands
of ML. L. Kinard, Adam Kibler, Mrs. 3. H.
Cannon and others. Levied on as the pro
perty of Martha Kibler, Adminiatratrix of
Joab Yathis, at the s'ait of Henry Summer
TEMs-Cash. Purchaser to payfop
DANIEL B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
Sheriffs Office, 8th'Dec., 1881. 50-3It
tenmo lrattyar witbout Itcc.a c
IliutraUc n* das, ssew.
D. M.FERRY & CO. DETROIT MioH.
Dec. 14, 50-3m. -
All persons indebted to the undersigned c
must settle in full by the first of January d
next. No further credit or indulgence will p
be given until the above terms are com.- il
pue5 w. -S. F. FANT.
Ti-fE O SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OP, NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
ohn D. Suber and others. vil. U. A. Welch
By an order of the Court, dated 25th
tov., 1882, I will sell, at public outcry, be
ore the Cour. House at- Newberry, on the
irst Monday in January, 188s, all that
ract of land of which the late Christian
annon1's Creek, in' the Gounty and State
foresaid, containing Thirteen acres, more
,r less, and bounded by lands of Geo. B.
uber, John D Wedeman and others.
'mnus-Csh.> Purchaser to pay for
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 7 Dec., 1882. 50-3t.
)TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
L. McMorries vs. J. D. Gash and W. I.
Webb, Trustep, &c.
By order of the Court, dated 28th No.
ember, 1882, I will sell, at public outcry,
etore the Court House at Newberry, on
he First Monday in January, 1883, all that
Dt of land whereon the late John D. Cash
ormerly resided, in the Town of Newberry,
ad Gounty and State:aferesaid, containing
ialf-an-acre, more or j.m, and bounded by
aldwell Street, Bounary Street, the Fs
male Academy lot and Johnston Street.
Tmws-The purchaser will be required
o pay in cash one-third of the purchase
coney, and to secure the balance payable
a one and two years, with interest from
he day of sale, by bond aAd mortge of
he premises, with lve to pay all in cash.
Nrchaser to. pay for conveyance.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, ' Dec., 1882. 50-st
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
,harles C. Teague, Ex'or., vs. A. B. Mills
- and J. P. Blair, &z'ors., and others.
By order of the Court, dated 29 Nov.,
882, I will sell, at public outcry, before
he Court House at Newberry, on the first
fonday in January, 1883, all that tract of
and, in the County and State aforesaid,
ontaining' One Hundred Acres, more or
es, and bounded by lands of Moses Cop
ock, Misses' Whitman, the Mendenhall
iond and lands of the estate of Elizabeth
Tzaxs-The purchaser willbe required
o pay in cash one-half of the purchase
noney, and to secure the balance payable
;t twelve months,. with inerest.from the
lay of s.tle, by bond-and tuortgage of the
roperty sold, with leave to pay the whole
id in cash. The purchaser 4ojy for p
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Mater.
Master's Office, 8 Dec., 1882.. 50-St
TATE OF SOUTH OAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
. McCaughrin vs.W. W. Miller, et al.
By order of the -Court, dated 3d Nov.,
882, I will sell at public outcry, before
he Court House'at Newberry, on the first
londay in January, 1883, all that -tract of
and containing Ore Hundred and Fifty
ainme Acres, more or less, situated in the
younty and-State ' aforesaid, and bounded
>y lands of Estate of W. P. Garrett, Dr.
lVm. Phillips or F.-H. Dominick and others.
['hisi tract of land.isawea-ld at the risk of
Terms--The purchaser will he requiredi
o pay in cash one-half of the purchase
oney, and to secure the balance, payable
~t twelve months, with interest from the~
lay of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
>roperzy sold. . ..
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Office, 7 Dec., 1882. 50-8t
STATE OF SOOTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Jas. W. Tribble vs. Nancy Tribble.
By order of the Court, I will sell at pub
ic outcry, before the Court Bouse at-New
erry, on the.,First Monday in January,
888, the real estate of which Elijah Trib
le died,-seized and-possessed, situated in
he County and State aforesaid, eqfollows:
The Home Place, containing To Hup
:ed and Ninety Acre, more 'or lees, and
ounded by lands of B.F. Griffin, James B.
:appeli, deceased, formerly of the estate
if Moses MAderson,de'eased, and'
The River glace. lyieg on Little River,
>oundedl bj.lands .of estate Washington
loyd, Uai'eyJ7ohnsen,' H.' I. ~ani
l argare; Couldinag, containing One
id~ Fo.r:y Acres, more or less.
Taxxs- Purchaser required to pay one
hir4 cash,'. and t asepare the balance of
he purchase money at twelve months, with]
nterest Mmin the day of sale, by bond and
ortgage of the property, and to pay for
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Master's Oflcer? Dec., .1882. 49-46
ITATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBEBRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
. A. Kibler,.Adm'r.. vs. John Livingston
Partition, Belief, &c.
By orde: oftthe Court, I will sell,' at pub
ic outcry, before the Court House at New-'
erry, on the Firs; Monday in January,
8835, all thattract -of ' land formerly be
nging to.the estate of John Li:ringston,
eceased, and upon which Margaret Liv
ngstozi resided at -the time- of - her death,
the County and State aforesaid,. contain
ng One Hundred Acres, more or less,
unded by lands of Drayton Livingston,
acob Livingston: estate of Henry Werts,
eceased, and others.
Tgaxs-_The pnrchaser will he required
o pay one-half of the purchase money, in
ash, and to secure the balance payable
twelve moonths, with interest from 'day
f sale, by bend and a mortgage of the
remises, arnd to pay for all the papers.
Master's.Office, 11 Dec., 1882. 50-St
~TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
iN COMMON PLEAS.
hos. S. Moorman, Ex'or., vs. Lucinda
Brooks, et al. .
By order of the Court, dated 2 Nov.,
882. I well sell, at public outcry, before
te Court HouseR at Newbe.rrr , on the First
[onday ini .Janaunry, 1883, all that tract of
td, (the prope.rty of the d.-fendant)J'u the
outy; and Stat.- aforesaid, contining
bree Hundre.d auct Ninety-five ac~s more
- less, and bound.-d by lands of Mrs. if.
.Sober, estate ot W. H. Gist, 4u'd., Thos.
.Wadlington and estate of J. H. Brooks.
his tract will be sold in two parcels, as in
icated by plate thereof exhibited at the
Tas-The purchaser trill be required
>pay one-third of the purchase sadbey in
mash, and to secure the balance, payable in
e and.two years, with interest from the
ay of sale, by bond and mortgage of the
remises-with leave to pay the whole bid
ah-and to pay for all papers
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master.
Iq..,.. 9c. n '- ec , 1882. 49-4
Blew t1.the Line, Le
Dr C. Fl
The popular live Dry Goods man, elated with his
of paroLSge since he commenced business in the
assures the public of his'determination. to merit a
still lower, and keep in the fron
LEADER OF L(
THE CRY IS STILL
This sentence is often repeated as customers look
it is that the~hitherto quiet prevailing among pun
D I. C.. F X
Is the rendezvous for bargain seeker* from all pa
The great secret and cause of this change is thi
the people most sorely needed some one to cut de
ORBATE A RE1
Among the upholders ots wb -priced sytsem.
an extent tat surpaming h Wexpectata, and he
To the batter en Hs oject.is to. acco s
name is on every tongue, and known to be a ma
Having securgd the confidence of the people ober
MONEY SAVED IS M
Is a saying worth remembering when you visit tb
turn your -tootteps to invest your money to
THE NEW CHEAP
Offers such siractions in stylish goods. newly arl
times. There you will ind an endless variety to
In fact everyhi the heart can wish for in the I
experience d polite salesmen, who do not con
over the stekel.
CHRISTMAS COMES 1
And the propietori'has provided for a great rush
when everybody can be made glad by purchasing
money, and by gepting everything
KELLY & PURCLEI
Dec. 14, 50-tf.
TH PACIFIO GEL
OFFE R FO]
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GI
Guao. PACIFIC Al
These Gunsaeof the highest-grade and kei
imony of aR iour customers forthe .past 15 sears
and elisewhere will substantiate.
For terms, apply to Agents in the various T<
E. H. 1F"')S
Dec. 14, 50-4m.
TEN DOLL AR PE]
BAUGH'S TWENTY-FIVE I
A TrED AID VAYJA3Z
Contains no "Make Bulk,"si
Price, $2L(.00per T
Ia newbagaeSUals.SCh,O3t*ars or
Guarnatecd aaIsta prim
Address BAUGH k SONS,
Dec 14 50-lmce PMILADILP
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,V
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY-f
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Stefena & Werner vs. Jefferson Davenpo 1 the
and others. - -- outa
By order of tho gor, dated 29 Nov., cen
1882, 'I will- sell, ~jblic outc:y, before drei
the Curt Hornse .brry, on the First- Cot
Monday in January, 1 8d, all that tract of by
land, (the'propeihy of the defendant) in the Job1
County and~ State aforesaid, containing One sold
undred and Thirty-nine Acres, more or
less, an'd bounded by lands of Asa Davis, less
Win. M. Dorrob, Cary Johnson, E. La John- N
son, estate of J. Goggans and others. moe
Taxs--The purchaser will be required 3
to pay in cash one-half of the purcha. mor
money, and tosecure the balance payablel E
at twelve months, with interest from the less
day of sale-with 'leave to pay ali cash. 2E
Purchaser to pay frpers. mor
SILAS JOENSTONE, Master. 1'
Master's OffBce, 7 Dee., 1883. 49-4t -P
STATE OF.80UTH CAROLINA, *.*
COUNTY OF GREENViLA- to
IN COMMUN PLEAS. ',
Samuel J. Douihit, Master, against Thomas the
S. Moorman et a!. the
By virtue of a decretal order made in
the above entitled cause, I will sell on Sale M
day in January next, at public auction, dur le
ing the legal hours of sale, at Newberry IST.
Court House, the following described real
.sate, to wit: All that tract of land~ situ
ate, lying and being in the County of New. I
berry and State aforesaid, bounded by 1M
lands of Mrs. - Worthy and the Enoree suit
River, containing Nine Hundred. Acres, istra
more or less, belonging to the estate of E E
Reuben S. Chick, deceased, and known as T
the River or Hodges' place. als
Tas-One third of the purchase money ot. ti
to be.paid in cash, the balance on a credit appe
of twelve months, with interest from day of to I
sale, the credit portioni to beasecured by on i
the bond of the purchaser and a mortgage pubi
of the.premises. - Purchaser to pay for pa. for
Beeie of Estate of ebn &Chc ga
Nov. 28, I883 49-4.
e 2 or
b the Chips Fall
success in seeuig such a large
continuance of their good ishesa
as the acknowledged
upon.the busy scene wondering h
,hasers is disturbed, and why the Neu
-s of the surroudinge.en
a he came to the-frmtsat
*n prices and -
His efor havp been appreia te
now assures the people that he
athe. Uas -dnd *a, hr
who wshes toj
e he -w rne y triv 4
e city, ad wonder where yow-.
the besj Lvana.Wyaia
Ived,.and pr e..tdawn o-t.a1
select from m
lry Gpod. h
df busines delg thw py
ar'eameMni.of goods for a
a, rt . --
itat regas ct a~ -
ide th sis etar h
KIAs, P.or EER,
CTHAROF 80UT C
est A CroWells a~n ohrs,
Wei. Exuuecuru , ohr
ysA orde f a the r, wR
risk of the former ponehasaer, a -
:ry, on the Firt Wndsin
B, at Newberry VoartHo.,th
ze of the late George ? WeIb,
ed, consisting of some Thiteen
I Acres, more-or lees, sismated
oty and Stat#Wsid, and
lands- of D. V.Scz', Sinson
n Watkins and others, which w n
in Ste separate tracts, to w1
o. 1-1o4se Tra1-470 acres 4
o. 2--School-house Traet-202 arg~
. o3rtountain' Feld Tract--4Oee
o..4-Shilol Tract-152-as, meor o
0. 5--Wesley SmaithTrc-6
e or less.
Two acres for Graveyar'd ezete
lats of the- same: will be eabgdon
day of~ale, and are now to be seen a
ofie of the undersigned. .
mas-The purchaser will be requlred'
iay in cas'oue-third of the purebese ~
ey, and to secure the balance. peyabfe
ne and two years,- with intereet e -
day of sale, by bond and unga -
premises sold. with leave to a
part of "aid balance before mse gity. ~
SIL AS JOHNSTONi.
a ter'st Office, 11 Dec., 188*.2 o-~
TE 0OF SOUTil CAl
yv .acob B. Felte,r, Probate Judge,.?t
hereas, Andrew .J. Langfor4ht ~ m
to me to grant him Letters er&.,
tion of the-Estate and dect.oYigs~
lewe are therefore to cise an4
nd singular, the kindeaudct- l
ie said deceased,tadeyeah4
ar; before me,in she CeoPr bs,
e- held as Newberry Conures'Ba
e20Jth da oDem r fI, .
linhereof at flO'hk
the said Ad.dnitioinn ui ai
ted. Given under ~u~tu5n
or December, MAnor g82i UL '