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NEWBERRY, S. C.
THURSDAY, DEC. 28, 1882
A PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE.
The Herald is in thebigbestrespect a Fam
=y N6 ar, devotr 'to the materialn
-arest, ot this County and the
te. t Itclatk% -x.,-nsively, and as ar.
dyeremsn medima offers unrivalled ad
vantages. Tor Terw, seedrst page.
.yoonnection with the IERALD cesses
with this isse. As Editor I have tried
to do my duty to the public and to the
paper. My work has often been labor
ious, 1ut never irksome. My relation
with the publisher have beea friendly
at all times, and in parting from him
and the HEzALD I wish for them both
- . . - W. H. WALIACE.
This severance of the relation exist
ng between Mr. Wallace and the
HERALD, it is but right to state, is pure
ly a business transaction, he intending
shortly to engage in journalism en his
own-account. We regret his leaving
us, pas our association together has been
of te-pleasanteat and most satisfactory
chirv*tar THos. F. GRENxzv
The President of the United States
of Colombia, Senor Zaldns, died at
Baga on the 22d inst. The Vice-Presi
dent has resumed the Presidency.
The-country confidently looks to Con
gress to create a good civil service
law, and the people are not in a temper
to stand a great deal of fooling about it.
The closing'sentence in our Columbia
letter last week read, 'There's the rat."
V,> 'Now, lest some suspecting party might
thik we had been too much at Bran
gan's and was seeing "varmints," we
explain that the rat should have been
The Legislature adjourned Friday.
The only laws of much importanee
pAed were the Rail Road Law and
the amendment to the Usury Law. A
lare amount of business was j .stponed
.a:tv uext session, for the purpose of
ving a short session. The Lien Law
Athe Stock Law stand as they were.
Merciants in Newberry and Colum
2 ad probably elsewhere. complain
- lull trade. It is thought 'that- many
S.eld on to their money in order to
twirepared in case'f the repeal of the
X.en-Law. Now, that it is known that
theriaw has not been disturbed prob
aly-imoney will flow more freely.
$:bar-room quarrel at Covington,
Ga.;resulted, on the 24th, in the shoot
Ing to death .of. a white and colored
mnan by Will Smith.
S. S.Lewellen, Mate of the packet
Ealeu, at Memphis, was shot and
mcrtally woundedby a negro, on the
Win. Vaughn shot and mortally
wounded two brothers'named Boone,
.great grandsons of Daniel Boone. of
Kentucky fame, in Texas, same day,
the result of a trivial dispute.
Bent Slam, ,a wealthy farmer of
Texas, in an altereation with Henry
Daniel about the payment of some
-- drinks, stabbed the latter to death andi
One Sa'bath day's record.
$2000 Bible Reward.
-- The ,,hlers of Rut/cdge's Mon!kly
offer twelve vaI .' ow:.rds in-t.heir
Mfonzthly for January, am "W which is
We will grin- .20.00 in, gold to the
-person telHug us how imany ve.rses there
are in the New Testamuent Scriptu:res
(not the New Revision) containing but
* ~two words each, by Ja'nuary 10th, 1883.
Should two or more correct answers be
Creceived, the reward will be divided.
The money will be forwarded to the
winner January 15th, 1883. Persons
trying - for the reward must send 20
cents in silver (no postage stamps
talken) with their answer, for which
~ they widl reeithpEehrtrary Monthly,
ia which The name aind address of the
- winier of tereward and the correet
answer will be published. This may
be worth $20.00 to you; cut it out.
Address Rutledge Publishing Company,
Arro~ITXENTS FOa COKEsBURY DIsT-W.
D. KIR.KLANlD, P. P..
* Cokesbury sta................. n. 6j,7
NewberTy sta..... ...............J.n. 1.3, 14
Saluda et., Zoar..............Jan. 20, 21
Greenwood et., Greenwood..Jan. 27.28
Parksville miss................Feb. 3, 4
Cebuyet., GilgaI..........Feb. 10, 11
South-Abberifle cr.. Liberty..Feb. 13, 14
Abbeville.c., Sharon........ Feb. 17, 18
Lowndesvitresta., Smyrna....Feb. 24. 25
Tumabling Shoals ct., Bethesda... .March 3,4
- North Edgefield et., Rehoboth. .March 10,11
Newberry ct., New Hope. ... Miarch 17.18
.N. Newberzy et., Sonic Chapel. .Mairch24.25
Abbevillesta.........Marc'n31, April 1.
The Distdct Stewards will meet in the
Methodist. Churchz at Cokesbury on Wednes
day, January 24, at 11 o'clock A. M. I be
seec'a you, brethren, every one, to be at your
-You will prevent and curc the
greater part of the ills that affiict 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
surely as~Parker's Ginger Tonic. It
will keep .your. blood rich and pure,
and give you grood hesiith ati little cost.
* See other column. .
What makes Floreston Cologne wel
come on every lady's toilet table is its
lasting fragrance and rich, flowerl
Mr. J. C. S. Brown cut off his fore
finger a few days ago, with a stra"w
The January nuniber of the Eedic
begins a new volume, and has as a
frontispiece a finely-executed steel en
graving, entitled 'The Wedding-Day.'
The table of- contents embraces a
great variety of interesting articles.
The continued story was completed in?
the December number. In the present
number there are. two short stories,
'The Story of James Barker: a Tale of
the Congo Coast,' and 'The Under
graduate's Azint,' by F. Anstey, author
of 'Vice Versa.' Other readable and
valuable articles are: 'The Menacing
Comet.' by Richard A. Proctor; 'Some
Aspects of American Public. Life,'by
James Bryce; 'Modern Miracles,' by
Richard F. Clarke, of the Society of
Jesus; 'Two Years After.' by Joseph
Truman; -Miss Edgeworth;' 'Shake
,;pesre on Death;' 'Our Origin as a
Species,' by Richard Owen, C. B., F.
R. S.; 'Sketches from the Dutch Sea
side;' 'Resemblances in Literature;'
'The .Husband to his Wife;' -Mrs.
Kemble's Reminiscences;'"Atoms, Mol
ecales. and Ether Waves,' by Professor
Tyndall; 'Shooting Niagara Falls,' a
strange story; 'European Life in Egy pt;'
and 'Lift Thine Eyes.' The Editorial
Departments are well filled and in.
teresting, and comprise Literary No
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and Art, and Miscellany.
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1882. Our Modr.Xy bows profoundly
to its kind and appreciative audience
and thank them for the help and com
fort of their patience [and especially of
their dollars) which have*been ours for
these twelve months. This issue closes
-the volume of the bo*k." Many to
whom these lines come have now our
warmest iuvitation to open their pocket
hooks, and to adjust in an envelope, the
useful dollar, be it gold, paper or pos
tnfge stamps, check or money order,
directing the same to be brought safely
by Uncle Sammie to this very editor's
Good! That is the object of this
little note. Attend to it, dear reader,.
and we will spare you a homily on
1882, [and ourselves, too, for that mat.
The above sensible talk is from the
sprightly Our on,y. which deserves
a large addition to -its- paying sub
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to any one bringing their orders to the
HE.L.D Book Store, or who send the cash
New York Weekly. illustrated..........$300
Saturday Night,. ........3 00
The Hearthstone, ".... 3 00
Beadle's Weekly, "....3 00
Frank Leslie's Weekly, " .........400
Chimney Corner, ".... ..... 4 00
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Harer' M lusraed,........4 00
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Any witber pe for or magazine not on this
Nov. 23, 47-tr.
We call attention to the advertise
ment of Mr. J. W. Vandiver, of
Weaverville, N. C., producer of Garden
and Field Seed, who is prepared to sup
ply the Southern market with .reliable
and pure seed grown by himself, and
warranted to be as represented. The
relation existing between this gentle
man and ourself has been of the most
satisfactory character, and we can
cheerfully recommend him and bisseed
to the readers of the.HEnALD. -Write to
him and get information as to prices
both retail and to the trade.
I have a better stock of fresh, s~2
Seeils than ever before; grown Amid
the health inspiring hills of ,Western
No.rth Ca.rolina. and better adapted to
Southern soil, than any seyds in the
worldl. Send and get enough to try
them if no more. Pri~ es sent on
Jan. r1i83.,5N. .
All persons holding demands against
the estatte of Mrs. Mary Amelia Mc
Morris, deceased, will present tlie same
to the undersigned, attested as required
hy law, on or before the 24th day of
January, 1883. And all persons in
debted to said estate will please make
payment to me by that time.
S. F. FELLERS,
Dec. 26, 1882, 52-St. Executor.
All persons inde'bted to the estate of the
'ate Hcrdicai J. Boyd are hereby called on
to settle the same to the undersigned by
th'e first day of February, and all vlaims
against said estate, property attested, most
be rendered in by that time.
D'c. D. ?. BC,YD, Adm'r.
Re-opening of the Newberry Mab
Academy at the Academy building
Harrington street near Mr. Maybin'
The Board of Trustees announce th
opening of this school on Monday, ib
8th of January next, under the direc
tion of Prof. J. F. Brown, as principal
Prof. Brown is a graduate of Woffor<
College, has had several years ex
perience as -a teacher, and . we fee
assured will meet the requirements 0
our community. This school wil
receive the benefit of the public schoc
fund, S. P. BOOZER,
. ' Sec'y.
Newberry, S. C., Dec 27. .1882, 52-3
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. Jacol
B. F'ellers as Judge of the Court of Prc
bate for Newberry. I will sell at the 1ati
reidence of Wilson E. Higgins, deceased
-on Thursday the 11th day -of Januar;
1883-beginaiing at 10 o'clock A. M., al
the personal property of said deceased
consisting of three mules, one mare, on
buggy and harness, one wagon and harnesn
corn, shucks, cotton seed, &c. &c.
Terms of sale-Cash.
All property to be paid for before delis
A. J. S. L ANGFORD.
As Admr. of Est. of Wilson E. Higgina
Neerrm S. C De. 2:1 1882. 52-2t
Let the Chips FaR
.h his success in securing such a large share
.o nerit a continuance of their good wishes and
i the front as the acknowledged
riLL THEY COME!
naers look upon the busy scene wondering why
mu:g purchasers is disturbed, and why the New fri
u.i all parts of the surrounding country.
-rge is that he cami to the front at a time when
to cut down prices and
I s.stem. His efforts have been appreciated to tb
is, and he now assures the people that he will di
SRING PRICES P1
amplish what he has done in Union, where his
ibe a man who wishes to
rD LET LIVE.
eople there he is earnestly striving to do the
IS MONEY EARNED!
ou visit the city, and wonder where you should
noney to the best advantage. . Why should you 01
EAP CASH STORE
newly arrived, and prices cut down to suit the
rariety to select from in
ir isi the Dry Goods way. They will be shown by
o not consider it any trouble to show customers
GS BUT ONCE A YEAR,
reat rush of business during the happy season,
urchasing a large amount of goods for a little
1,5,000 TOE8 COTI)N 8EEB.
Highest cash_price paid for Cotton Seed
le, delivered in car load loss at any R.'R. De
sine pot or Steamboat Landing in South Care -
day lina, Georgia or North Carolina. Highest
mce cash price paid for Kerosene, Lard and
mU a Whiskey Barrels.
T of_____ _
d. OR SALE
tell1 COTTON SEED MEAL.
175 The b.est and cheapest food for all kindsL
For of stock, and the cheapest and best fertilizer
atan the market. Write for pamphlets con
taining analysis by Dr. C. U. Sheppard, 0
-32 State Chemist, and directions for iuse, to
and CHARLESTON OIL W'F'G. (00.,
ear; - 28 Broad St., Charleston, S. 0. ec
Dec. 7, 49-8m.*
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370 The Ninteenth Cent'y.!Dr. W. B. Carpenter.
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Macmilan's agzine~ Mtthew Arnod.
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Temple Bar. Thomas Hughes.
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Good Words. William Black.
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iHew to the Lie,
The popular live Dry Goods nn. -.i
of ptrorn4ge Pitwce he comnUced ::
apaures the pablic of his deterraitn i
support bi .
still tuwer, and keep it
THE CRY IS S
This sentence is nfPen repeated ni; rui!
it is that the hitherto qiet prevai ing a
ID the rendezvous for bargain seekers I
The great secret and cause. of thiz ,-h
the people most-sorely needed some ons
Aniong the upholders of the high-priceq
au-extent fai surpaesing his expecta.ioi
To the bitter end. Hia object is to ace
tame is on every tongue, and known te
Having secured the confidence of the p
Is a saying worth remembering when y
turn your footsteps to invest your i
falter when .
THE NEW CH
Offers such atti-actions Fi stylish goods.
times. There you will.find an endless i
In fact evf: -hing tHe hear: cin ni.h 4c
experiet-e.d nd polite salesm, n, who d
-over the stock.
And the pronriet:r has provided for a j
when everybody can be made glad by :
money, and by getting everything
KELLY & PUI
Dec. 14, 50-tf.
VICK'S FLORAL GUIDE
For 1883 is an Elegant Book of150 Page
Colored Plates of -Flowers .and Vegetal
and' more than ~1000 Blustratiouo
choicest Flowers. Plants sud-Ygea
and Directions for growing. 'hLs and.
enough for the Center e'i ors Holi
Present. Send on your.srine and Post 0
address, with 10 centfland I will send y<
copy postage paid-.iThis is not a qarli
its cost. It it ited in both English
German. If you afterwards order seeds
duet the 10 et.: Vick's Seeds arc the Bei
the Woridy The FWRna GuImE will
how t ead grow them. .
Vick' lower and Vegetable Garden,
Pages~, Colored Plates, 500 Engravings.
50 eits in paper covers; $1 00 in*e
clotbi. In German or English.
Meck's Illustrated Monthly Magazine.
ages, a Colored Plate in every number
mnany fine Engravings. Price $1.25 a y
Five Copies for S5.00. Specimen Numn
sent for .10 cents; 3 trial copies sent ft
cents. JAMES VICK,
Dec. 21, 51-3t.- Rochester,?W.
HENRY BAY CR,
B A N A N As,
COCOANUITS AND DRANGI
Anet Wholesale I).-aler.ln
Apples, Potatoes, Onions, &c
215 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
&- Country orders solicited and sai
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PUBLISMERS GDEY'S LADY'S 8BS1
Nov. 16, 46-tf PH1T-a'N.LPE
A position as Assistant Teacher, or
cipal of a Free School, by a lady he
'First Grade Certificate. Inquire at
Scp. S, 9-f.HERALD OFFI(
vy eeods and AWtons.
We take great pleasure in informing ow
ends and the publiogenerally, that we
e prepared this season TO EXIHf BIT A
LRGER- AND MORE ATTRACTIVE
Lan we have done before.
Our stock is now about COMPLETE. .a
ugh every day we awe making new ad
;ions which will be kept up through thq
Plaids and Stripes,
P,..k I - Si -k.
Back Trim:r.z Silks
Iort.d rrimming Silk,
Bl1ck Brocade Silk,
Colored Brocade Silk,
We invite special attention to our.
ts' Farnishing Department,
ich is now complete.
Polite and courteoas attention - given to
ry visitor, whether purchaser or not.
When visiting the City don't fail to'dag
d see us.
esm~ of Herbaland uuenoas proa
otiagaia hic eil||"it'' e*f
at cirenlation of the blo,and braugsthe
evousystm.. Slightecolds .eae end tal
to1t th z warns h prs t
itse d se p n1 ur.te
stinatecugh. Apeasat eoriiehl
C? DIREI.Y~ IER
ures (chils ad -Fever,- D3jspepsia
ickBeache, BilIOUS Colie,Constisp
mnal. Irregalaritee.WRyou do not."fee
ry well," a mile pill stimulate thestamach
storethe appetite,nmparta vigor to-the system
A NOTED Bl'VN MS?
aaTm:Dar-trDseaFo paiears a
awel m,have good appetite, dieta
fsie o ndsoi h. Th.; are'wor
D'RE. R.T.'EPN,AL ofuisvile,
eceipts FEE on app"ica'"" .
E DUDA. S AE COM
AND NGW I5 THlE TIME TO PRE
PARE FOE TREK.
EEST VARIETY. OF TROPICAL FRUiT 11
'resh Oranges Every Week
gg' Orde.rs filled with dispatch.
D. BART & CO.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
.Kov. 30, 41-6m.
The patrons of the undersigned are r
pectfay solicited to sell a small porti
(the KISG, and settle upat once. I al
uch in need of money, and know thu
ny patrons wili relieve me...FFAT
STAT-E OF -SOUTh--.ALIN.
COUNTY Og 'SWM %RRY
EN THE COMMON LEAS.
Steffens & Werner .va.. fferon Davenp
By order of ithe Court, dtced 29 Nc
1882, I .will sell, at public outeiy, beft
the Court .House a Newberry, on xe.Fi
Monday in January,. 18$3, all.that .tra
land, (&be property of the defen'wt) In-'
County and State, aforesaid, containing (
Bundred and :,Thirty-nine Acres, .more
less, and bounded by lands of Asa Da
Wm. M. Dorrob Carj'Johnsoi, L. Jot
son, estate of J; Goggans and others.
TzRms-The purchger wili s PMpg
to pay in cadhlne4ial of tWr , puie
money, and to secur the bulane., paja
at twelve.months,. with interest from-.
day of- sale-with 4ezve to pay su a
Purchaser to pay for pers.
.Master's Office, 7 Dec., 1882. . 49
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLtm
COUNTY OF GREENVlLLB.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
Samuel J. Dootbit, al fon
S. Moorman et al.
By virtue of a ecretil ordier made
the ab9ve eptitled cause, 1iJ ello'si
day in Januiuy nelt,.Lt. peMbesf,A
helegat houra of- uea .wbs
Court House, the following s.sriid
estate, to'.i it itiwtact .Uf ii
ate, lying and.bxug ja tho.Cony..ofX4
berry and State. afo res&K,'ouded
lands of Mr - Worthy afd teb 'En
River, -containing Nine .Hundred Acn
more- or les, belonging; toe estati
Reuben-S. Chick; deo*Zwk and known
the River or -Hodge'-pbce.
TEREs-One third of the petchase moz
to be paid in -cash, the balance- on a die
of twelve imntha, -with hntrestfrom day
sale, 'the. credit portio-, to be secured
the bond of the purchaser and a -moritgi
of the premises. -Purchaser to phy for
pers.. .-8J. DOaTHIT, Master,.
Receiver of Estate of Reuben S. Obi
Nov.-28, 1882. 49-4
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEAS.
James A. Crotwell ind-others, vs. Wirga
Wells, Executri, and Jothers.
By order of the C6urt,I will i-e-dell,
the risk of the fora!er purciaser,at ul
outcry: on- the Firsf. Moday in-Jaita
1888, at NowberyCorteHusltTi-i
estate:- of the - late-:-e6rge- F-Welx,o
ceasedi.consisig of s~0e Thirteen E
dred Acres, mors or.,essiuated-i
County and--Sat eforesaid.And boun4
by lands of D. -..Sewrry, Simon Broo
John Watissand.others, yhich will,
sod.iu fire separate tras, to. wit
No.1L-House.Trsct-470 apres, more
*No. 2-School-house Tract-.202* acf
more or less.
No. 3-Mountain Field Tract-240 a'
No. 4-Shiloh Trac-1,5 r
No. 5-Wesley Smith Tract-342 acl
more or less.
(Two acres for Graveyard eed
Plate 9fb. poe41 ed
the dai a besi
the oilfff the~
. Tunis-The pue- erq
tio pay in cash one-third of the pwreh
sroney,.an .o.Ascnirehe -.baine.-ag
In one.and two years, wtiterist f
the d.y otasle, bykonsd-morgg
The!oothso occuiIe&iy -~H
lace, Esq. as:a-Law-Offse, oweV uy'se
on Law; Raage. ..
A Good Appearance.
I wodtt * into. iii nice
ThAI ~ o.4o kbh z oi oce
Zver aeeftYl 1Wi4:ti 'woan who
beenu agtn ie ie6 ~iFis cut
'ples.ta s i' y? uston
WvVill si lwi oWeD w3Nie airts,
dershira i'Jtriswers. 'It costs nosl
Ito call and see
- COLE dBIA, S. C.
debted to the same wil.peeeql
ward at once and settle their accounts.
FANT & McWBIRTE
.Dec. 21. 5i1-8t*
(Dire-ct tron thie Ageut of the Peruvi
-(t6 to ~tper 'eei. Ammionia.).
Nova Sectla Land-C.t
Fint' Z.rOUnd anad et high gradle.
- s WEAW, -
CHARLdEST s S. C.
Dec. 14, 50-Am. -
. .1. GoGGAM. i.. nZI
NEWBERRY, S. C.
* "mist Aatiota en- Bhulmana
.1aaaer's Salws.. J
17 STATE OF SOU'R. ANOiL1A& - STA
- C0'NTY OF NEWBERaY.
ina IL Sndy an- ocher, 1s. t. A. .;
-svd- others. a
y an o rder- Of .6 4 uuW wte id o
o oi., 158d, Io wilu Tfrte AfDl
r, fors te Caprd bousdedb la*u N B iM
NOT-b~, 142.n 1 We 24 ' 0tbr. '- A.A)i
rt zisturu O ffcea it Deif, 1882 fid -s i
f irsdi'oM la"d of 'le hktebrsm Adm
be Sober di*d seized and posinesd, -i- 'th"
As. Cannon's-Creek, W the.Ommny . im.;
orafemid, coutnW Thir'U
i,or tess,% iWd bounde bj IA&a 09 6. B. .es
m-gubir,.1ohi D'-Wedem1hh%-a*h6dC ."- swdm
'Ttaii'-Cah. Puirchse %o -s JAY& ohk
SILAS JOHNSTONE Wastef.
NstWers Offie, 7 Dee:, 18ft. '0-t. re
STATE OF SOTH CAROLINA, h
COUNTY OF NEWBEERY. Wh
4 IN COMMON PLEAS. Deco
A. McMorriga _s, J. . Oih and W.' .
Webb, Trustek &C.
By order of the-Cort,-ded .28th No.
vember, .1US2, I will.11, at public outery,
aa before the Court House at NeApberry, on B
the First Monday in January, 1883, all that re
lot of 1end whtreos* the Itei.i A *Qh
*nfomerly-reaidud, Inai heo4rr*ef'Iewbeery,. 4:.
.e- ad Gounty and State af6w K,-ooQtaiWnte t
a- .alf-an-Acre, more nd bounded
eyl CadrelluW ~BO Ha
Wl eale Academj lotdto and
ta- Taxs-2m ieF putirierr i-be rei eob
b imr -aQSt We,
tSO !u6q7.aq_d twQ
r"tw_'e yia twpe
*s, thb da ;&C and" gh penu
'of the premies,'with leave to paya ia
Is Purcbaser,to Dy,nveyn e
~$1LA~S 0BNSTQNE, Mshet.
ey aer's ple3 .
of STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA., Ud
by COUNTY -OF NRWBERRY
. IN COMmON PLEAS. sti
Charles C. Teague,.Ex'or., vs.. A, B. Mills
ind:J.P. Blar, E'ors., and others
By order 'of the CotiissedWNov.
1882 1 'will el at -pablic outary b&ed
the Court House at Newberry; on - -tir*
onday if Jaa .ary,1883- vb szt trac V Ai A
A, land, .in the- County -and' Stair aforisaid
containing One. Hundred-Aqr, woreor
less, and bounded~bjlands oP
pock, Misses Whitman, the endeial
pond'and lands of the eate of Ki
Tzaxs-The porceser- wilVerequired pe
atto payiscash one-half. of the.pyrhase
mqney, andoseme ithe 'balihce
r t e nosin'a ri'dateiom the
7._e, y e, a
prope sold,'wbih ! &Ve to: paY th 1 W
bid in casL. The purchuser to pay lorpa
Led SILAS XmNSTO Maer..
kts Xater's Ofie ~,e 182. hO^-S
STt1E OF SOUTH cAEOLlNA
L . Me&nhrin ..W. Rer, et...
or By ordi iat d
Monda-in -annary, 1883, all *Wa
f efont inosg e 9sdred
oni5.4cree,. moEs or:!9%p
setiWi.tact bais ure-u~at t
Sm Terms-The purchaser will be r~t
of t. pay in .ash one-ulg ofs.ubgmP
or moe,and seasinbalsaI ,,e
iLes. monlhe, wish lazrS Ease
4ay afsaIe,byndand4 aodragsg. .1 lb.
SITS JafiNSTO1N* Rster.
Offirc0me, i Dec., 188. ~4
a TiTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
ce C1ONTy. O NEWBERRY.
IN COMMON PLEASR.
-Janl1Tebbe sn 'y trbbl
~yrdte.f.heut, Iwll el
bs oqtcry, befor. .iCourt Hoe.at
oer~ n the First otainJ.wr
bif~dd~ a id'pc ~ dsi(e Fa
the Cont and State aforesaid as folio*~
imaeWo~ B.-F, i3 En' o
Ifan it, ~f, 1ae ry-of sh& ers
fit. -Thu-River PIaes, [ying ou- Little ier
beoended by-land. lof en- Wasibingto
Floyd, Uar*rJtohnso., i,LS-Magimr-ed
.nd .For$y Agres,- more op less. -
Trx-Purchacer req'ur'ed to pay oue
bir xash ~ad Ws eccure the balance ot
:le- .parchas inaitw e ih
i.-;;r4t rom de day; OeS~ b6 b and a
mr.tgsme ofK riep 4ai, a sojy for
neessary 'ipope 4
hs - MSIL0B1NTOlt isater.
tom laiWater's OMiale7 Dee. 1882, -49-41
vitha - ..I-2
UCOUNTY OF NEBEY
ng IN COMMON~ PLEAS.
-J A. Eibter, Adsn'r.. .vs. John Livin'gstoa
Partidon, Reliefd e.
By orde: "of thboo ,I vii uelli at-pub. ~
tic outcry, b,ewer ourtHose at Ne,
berry, on :the First Monday -in Janey,
1883I, all that tract -of tlahd gormerly be.
,gigto the-estate of John "PvngSoR
. dleceased, and upon wljeho MrpretI4
9. wgso resided at the ime of-her et,
fo- u.:the Conty and State fores?.d, co tan
for -c Hdrd L~s ore1ul,
- hs, a$.th ,ecafre -b talMtce-~b
atlve-m1odt're,1iith .sar4tefi d
e; f b nd-idd:-a rgge of 3b
-- Master's Oflice -Dee., J882. - he 4
COUNT' O, WENBENRY.
; 3 OOMMON-P1&&.
- ~ Three osure.
B Wadlington and estateti.
-s,~o sedoi thebaIc 7'
-l - SILASAt%JB0 Master.
Mas,ers Offie. 7 D gu., 1882 49-44 e'
w -A' ge
1i Ott*' M
er Xae. as Ada sYt
"Aam kur maw
e d f't1*. ert ts
er, l82lI iliel,ar ewbery
a, ega.kir*n *onday.:adldili
nra isloaer w Wsre
i that los ofpsand, wit the bl
~e ar.d I~~ are-~ spn
with:lEave se*be parilsueeyqrafi
e in cash Purche! rdaSe I
RTE OF SOTH AO L1BO N
'.assa y 1im,
idder, all that tract of. and } 5,
l"e2T 1 B4 80DAdO*1OreW
boirnded-b kf s of H. L M. -W
ta, at the suis o(~e
a e. 7,4--6-n
n,em.re w.d mre
crze wnm s re -,
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a and al e i- """
sa -fnr -