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Spel~a a sacstiesL
arem as<ta he rate er
7at a$1 per sqa'e.
aud other -lgal
mtrepect id~
meeings,as well as comemanea
pric ad f the Iszix" is
o tmoths. $1.0, for six
5 s dnt ; r three mouths sad 25
' bor o f advance. Kamee-[n
e.l - p d othe ssbscriptonr
-( _ '[!t hea ~b or is equlvalnt Is paid.
2 A eummWale.itia relating to per
- inp teet -il v . at regular
Svertiag raeS, oe"da .pet gsr .a
is adnee.
aPt that plae
patrd thbir sam,an
~ ~~b~w1Bud~ av Min
Bgw ladas Rs.a xmTis. r
,8 b aoe -YsaT. . Grmnker.
- & eak -a r Rankin r
.1d
A. P. Pferreee i
Sd and. loved mother.
WEI Y BY
ry ..--.
'~- ..w .- . - 'S
y slnt.a Se't" 1st 188. 9480 B..
for e enig
rr wan to b"ya GOOD COW
mAdt d5 paya liberal price for one to
~nlt.... WA .
or 2ali7-4f,
"What shall I do for this wretched
: ..od its now asked by many--An
r awered la four little words : Use Pel
"aa's Peeteral Syrup.- ^ 47-4t.
sur Wasted.
" Mr.?. A. Bronson of the Bannosd
B&sesseL wants a boy who can ad type.
Be wants good boy, for he is a good
an. If there be such a boy in town,
who wants to go to Barnwell, he'will
writeto Mr. Bronson.
bla*, or ioorth tt
petenee for this ye izdbe dei $
~net4 f~4Iattpdaa&
andothermmembers
is earuestly desired,
thoit doubt, the largest, prettiest
cheapest oftfek of artleles
w te1 be seen at Pelm's Drug
Emgorinm. Nothingold, but-only the
latest designs offered. Be convinced
> by calling and examining for yourself.
Is- ta u
T~n hope any who doubt
write to me.
E. .~ Hswus, JL.
Nov.22-um. Clarksville, Ga.
~aregrespndnts are weue~tdt
'i prhig their communications for
pZnt.e J~Is'bsrgely an Qur.patience
blecipher many of the .loosely, and
ceareliesy written article, sent to us.
.P?aee do betterfiends. Our tience
tis week nearly oozed out.
-'he following transfers of real estate
have~ been reonled in $he 4nditor's
1o. 8t,l83-8a'rh C. crown and
- t. unz1ardL to Carrie V. Mayes,
aers n No, 2,P,000.
~ov. l4th, 1883-E. P. Jones, Exor.,
*-to . -L. Knighton I acre In No.1,
Dweninsg Horse Burned.
Tue dwelling house of Mr. J, Fred
golItHpeite sevri nmiee from town,
way burnse.! yesterday~ Sunday after
zadsa. It .was occupied by' M. J. B.
Litier, but his family were away at the
kne au the origin of the Al, ia not
't ixown. Er. Elser lost all hIW house.
hold good's, worth abouit *5iO9r The
boes was worth 41,250. No insurance.
E at 1ft his .-Bzeeghlehemn
hifeb, saria-wrgoea to another
br.eeAu gia. He. Bil'tb loegted about
wqty-Iiie miZes from gaaranah at
-Eo.ezeseieharch. We regret thern~e
hestflIeh-eaUs hhn away, his charis-'
& ego ena and alit
'~liBiy Imanner has en hihe to
Th e neit mengof the 8. C. Synod
-wilbe hett Growedue
~8ul1dainpastore
T4;-7e Sez on ou~etlon:,o be
~ j~reIt&by thle.Rev. A. 3. Bowers
4.tet .. alternate..
on v.J.E.Bosh
an&u~ e~ sh~ ~th
me.. my be
- Ja erd 'with.the solemn vo~they
awI9 obes.
asi
060as: 4f11K1nSf
fIs8uLAllrn 8?O%
TYEEE ARE OPPERED
", TYa 8 ert ? 1di;
HotSE.
IN NEWBERREr,
42-tf
Brushes? rushes! Brua6s !!!
Haif brushes, Tooth brushes, Nai
brushes, Shoe brushes, Cloth brushes,
Flesh brusbes, Bath brushes, Beaver
brushe, ait brnshes, Shavingbiosh
es and many more "too numerous to
mention, in large quantities and at the
lowest,g'ires;at Pelhami's DrugEm
porium." 47-2t.
Hot Supper.
A feast of good things will be given
at the God.d Templars Hall on the
eveiing of Wednesday, the 28th in
stant, for the benefit of the Excelsior
Fire Company. We cannot enumerate
the good things tha$ will be served
but we can say that the Excelsior boys
deserve i good attendance, and a lib
eral investment on the part of all who
are able to walk, ride or crawl to the
Hal.
G"dOdIfdt'Book .
For Desembercloses the ,107 Volume
of this ,agasine, and the present is
equnalt not su perler to any number
that .ias-precedd it in this long period
of time. engravings and fohion
in QIs uumber are just bkauti
Mu and we know that its lady readers
will be delighted with it. Want of
room prevents a nore extended notice,
which we regret. Clubbed with the
HRAT. the two- can be had for $3.50,
alon Godey is worth $2.
As when She was Young.
"I have used 'Parker's Bair Balsam
and like it better than any similar pre
paration I know of," writes Mrs. Ellen
Per , wife of Rev, P. Perry, of Cold
roo. gpringy, Mass. 41y halr was al
nos entirely gry, but a- dollar bottle
of the $alsam restored the softness,
and the brown color it had when i
was young-not a single gray hair left.
Since I began aiying tie Balsam My
hair has stopped failing out, and I find
that it Is a perfectly harmless. and
agreeable dresang."
- Oct. 24-1m.
Change otTiie.
\The new time schedule which went
into effect throughout the country this
week, plaees oqr time forward eight
nimte. S'e change Is a good thing
and will be a great conveneice tq the
travelingpublic. The eglator marka
the hour.of' at the same time, in
lfewberri ' leston and New York
rnt traveler can carry his own
The 8eidole: on ourRallroadhas al
mo-been changed. The up passenger is
now due- at .55 p. in., and the down
passenger, at 3.11 p. m.
rho Pockets
Of Dr. D. A. Cannon, Meiars. Thos
Crosson, T. J. Maffett, and a colored
man, whose name we did not learn,
were relieved of their cash during the
Fair by light fingered geniry. *How
auc the pickpokts got we haveno
learned.. Our frman, factotum and
adsome Ed. though he did not have
poket picket,. :kad a nose anhe
e had been gaz1ng at.the Fire Works,
a darkey had been doing the same.
Both started to walk;hesdserect; they
ceMRkd. Ed. enme out second best,
with rioae blItedii:. He sayE he had
he pleasure of seeing more si;ss thi
e ever saw before.
ewberry Premiums.
The following Newberrians weri
warded premiums at the State Fair.
Mrs. John C. Wilson, for a pair oi
otton Socks.
Mr. T. W. Holloway, for a bushel o1
Barley; White Oatsi A yrshire'Bull
ad Cow; Essex Ron
p.r . 4 A~'enwick, single variety o
Peas ; best sin ge harness Horse.
*rs. If. A. 'nwick, best jar Lard
best Ham;
Miss Lilla Mobly, Lace Jabot.
WillIams Welch, Oil Paintings, birds
.Speak ro., American Fruit Dryer
S. S. Cunningham, best light draf
illies.
Blease & Bynumn, best.match Mares
T. E-Greneker, lied Game Bifumas
Persal Card.
Resoked, 1st-That we; regard' th
pictures of the entire Connell at work
of Art exhibiting Great Taste su
Skill. -
2nd.-That we extend our thanks a
a body and individuals to J. T. WIn
barn.
3rd.-That as individuals we recomn
mnd J. T. Winburn to the Citizens-c
the City and County of Anderscin as
first class Photographer.
Signed.-D. S. lLAXWELL,-Mayor.
S. M. Oa,
- JoHuw E. 1F1|0%11,
W. D. Bsowur, --
R. S. MoRmEIAnu
JErSI M. SMrrH,
A. S. STEPIIENS.--AIdereen
Wx. S. Bsows,-Clerk.
Are-tendered M., J. W. Vandtve:
prdeer of Field and Garden ed
eaverville, Bunoombe Co., N. C., fe
a packae of his celebrated McClelIJ
Op.- heseoats yielded for Mr. Van
dier 754bs. per 14. ounces of seed,
level busheldf wheat weighs 50 lbs
It as variety. Mr. Vandive
aew ofttbe seed
that be wi sell these at 25 ets
ch rop of the conti
we cannot pektoo highly of the seet
bare ' and. dvse our plante
fHntote all mneaga, a
any maga provSwCm
ibe $kn adivantag
,,Any'; ,reyo adna
w#Jta l eling attem 101
Ogth ~ teed, farm, andj*
biisthe~ o welie a
the lat tinj hea~d og seen is eve
te best, whether right or wro . A
se the last State Fair he versa
~~Tlpr d tr ei
shows the enthnuam nthat was gani
was thatcou
-Their
Teachers Association.
The teaehers' n etlug on lastSat
urday was pretty wel attended, miost
of the :teachers- present being ladies.
A committee, consisting of Capt.-A.
P. Pifer, Prof. J. C. Cofk and Mrs.
Lizzie Aull, was appointed to draft a
constitution for a teachers' association
-to report at L meeting to.be held on
the first of December.
A Word of Advice.
4Gov. Thompson has issued his proc
lamation s etting apart Thnrsday the
2fth of Nov. as a. day of thanks
giving and prayer, and we as a people
need no urging to observe it, in view
of the many and signal favors bestpwed
upon us by a kind and merciful -Provi-.
deuce.. We. have been exempt from
many calamities which have been visit
ed npon other -sections of country ;
treviave wre been blessed. One day'
On'ils asked of us to devote to prayer
and thanksgiving, and all busine:s
should be set aside on that day. .We
trust that thi- will be done. We urge
this in advance that it- may be.thonght
of. All places of business should be
closed, And closed effectually, and iot
as in.some instances, the front door.
shut bUt the back door open,- or the
clerk or proprietor standing about with
the key in his pocket. Above all things
the farming community should stay at
home that day, their wagons and bug
gies housed and their horses at rest,
let none come to town, and no work
whatever be done. Let this be done
and then indeed will the. day be ob
served with propriety and with respect,
and the people show themselves a
christian people, whose God Is the
Lord, And a people ready and willing
to show their gratitude for favors and
mneeies boundless and'without end.
Personal.
Jas. Y. Culbreath. Esq., went to
Columbi, Monday' on business.
Dr. Jas. D. Rruce moved to Pros
perity on Wednesday. . -
We learn that Mr. John Ruff. who is
now at home, is doing very well.
The Rev. J. D..Bowles has returned
frorGeorgia. His address IsEtheredge
Mr. W. J. Villeneuve and . wife, of
Columbia, are boarding at the Crotwell
Hotel.
M. F. Ansel, Esq., of Greenville was]
in town last week, on business, In,
court.
"i. . H. Cline anO Miss Alice Cline,
left tow . Monday to visit their sister,
Mr.Kate Eerhardt of Barnwell.
Dr. Steck preached in Columbia last
Sunday, his pulpit being filled by Prof.
Dysinger.
Mrs. Theo. Smith, of Charleston who
is on a visit to friends and relatives
in our County, spent the first of this
week with Mrs. Hunter.
Col, J, B.. Wingaid and his bride,
formehs Miss Hutchison, attended the
State , having just returned from a
bridal tour to Washington.
Messrs."Sam. Young, Jared Johnson,
S. P. McCracken, J. D. Hipp, and per
otberNollohonites went to Green
last wiek, as witnesses for a negro
who was being tried for his life.
The Rev. H.S. Wingard left town
by private convayence, Monday morn
ing for his new home in Gqrgia. His
family will follow him sofil. In him
the Coiety loses a good citizen and
l the S. C. Synod one of its most prom
ising and usefulninisters.
Varlobs and All About.
Read the HEALD A.Book Store adtver
pt t isksumi, bute none the.less
AlIhe Legisfatres wll-~ meet on the
27th Instant. Congress will meet on
the first Monday in~ December..
Sevea a*uibers of General Hunt's
Iand Kr~.~2obt;. MceCaughrin's famiilies
attended the wedding of Miss Maggie
Hood; at Due West last night..
- An ~Anderson girl recently refused
an offer of marriage, and assigned as
her reason that her father had too large
a family to support already.
Rev. A. W. Whittney, Hingham,
Wis,, says: "After a long sickness
from lung fever I used Brown's Iron
Bitters and gained strength."
Miss McCullough living in sight of
Beth Eden church sent one of our boys
this week three hug'e potatoes. That
boy feels proud, and imagines himself
an editor. --
-Many farmers leave their implements
-out all winter instead of housing them,
Sand then complain because their lot Is
not a happy one.
A sallow-complexion is Indicative of
weitas. A few doses of Shriner's In
dian Vermufuge will destroy them and
give a bright and healthy complexion.
Krceent~ ride along the old Colum
bia road in the-Pomaria country show
ed us considerable unpicked cotton.
Had the fariers In that neighborhood
'already picked enough ?
Last week there were large icles
. at the Railroad tank-and in the morn
f ing of one or two days, work was
Sstopped'on .the fsgtoryon aceount of
-the upcr4ar being froaen.
Do the little folks realize -how near
Christmas is ?S Only thirty-two days.
What a heap of pretty things are stored
up in the HERALD Book Store for
them,
Look for the little 'yellow slip.; you
-will find it in a fold cf the HERALD, or
may be on the. ground%-t your footsy
tootsy where it his fallen. Look for
it, hunt it, and do not fail to find it.
A few of the days of the last week
Swere as cold as the weather' aver gets
to be here. Ice was common and
- thick. The weather is now moderate,
Sand the long droughts over, ast now
rains.
rOur Liberty Job Press is up and In
running order. Any kind of Job Print
lng work ls therefore in order, and we
Swait for orders. Orderus friends, and
vwe promiseto be found in order,
:lThe American Business Dlirectory
r conipany will accept our thanks for
s a copy of their Directory for Sep
$ tember and October. It-Is spendidly
' gotten up, and a valuable reference
I for uusiness men.
I Wood, oak wood, or hickory wood,
1 that is wood which is not pine, is want
a ed at 'the HERA.n office. We wont
reftise or go back on faithful pine, b'ut
our prference is for oak. Let it be
oak, ten, and not pine if. you please.
r We pine for oak.
A baby was born in acemetery at
SMarsbaltown, Iowa, a short time ago
Sbut ev4ryhere can be seen babe
.born to tecemeterybecause motherts
~ re ept gopro'ie r. Bull's
~ o~gh~y~i, a sre snre or eroup,
qolc an coughs,
M, r. 1K B.Akew4 late Assistant
asi some
n ~dbsio.to:try
(Dr. ,5 Cough .Srp, 1 unhesita
Stingly pronounce it th est remedy I
d have eoeg ue#;'A saal bottle re
s levp inse a severe cold.
r - tap .D*eshnanl et Pomaria
d nips. we have yt se. or eaten. l
Scountry.' Taks, for the g ron
-as
gaggde
The small grain crop promises great
things. The whole countryseemsto be
broad-cast :with a green carpet of oats
and wheat, and the result will be that
next year will be like unto that of 1882.
With plenty of small grain our farm
ers should be happy, and as independ
ent as Philadelphia wood-sawers.
Railroad collisions are conducted on
much better and safer principles now
than ever before. Engines run in to
each other, coaches and box ears turn
over and smash up, and a rib or two
are broken. or br,tises are sustaineL
but loss of life is seldom recorded. The
latest railroad accident occurred on the
Greenville road Monday afternoon.
No one hurt.
Court adjourned last Saturday In
time for the Judge to take the up train
for Spartanburg, where he is holding
an extra term. Judge Hudson ls
prompt, besides being a hard worker;
and he dispatched a great deal of busi
ness during the term of costrt juzst
closed. He says that the calenl:tr at
Spartanburg are, if anything, in a
worse condition than ours-and he
thinks that Newberry and Spartanburg
lead the State in this respect.
Everytime we think on the subject
we feel deep sorrow that farmers are
so given up to :the raising of cotton..
If we firmed, we would plant largely
of wheat, oats, rye, barley, corn, pota
toes, &c., and meagrely of cotton.
We would have one acre of good land
in Cabbage, another in onions, and
others in equally as profitable crops.
There is more in one acre of any ode
of the above than in ten acres of cot
ton. Try it farmers and see if we do
not speak soberly and truthfully.
The nimble-ingered pickpockets at
the State Fair paid their compliments
to several Newberrians. They re
lieved Mr. P. W. Houseal and Dr.
Cannon of some small change. Dr.
Dr. Jones tells this good joke-A knight
of the nimble fingers was exploring a
certain nman's person, in search of his
money, when that man turned' as
quietly and said to him, "My friend,
my pocket book is empty and you
might as well let It alone." The varlet
didn't even have the conscience to
apologize, but vanished in the crowd.
You ran HsiuLD.
Kincaid's, Noxubee County, Miss.
Nov. 12th, 1883.
Daaa Qzaa.LD:-This is rather a late fal
filmeat of my promise to your junior editor
to send you a communication, as I have been
away a month and a balf, but I will redeem
the promie now and at the same time ask
you to send me the HALD for a year. I
had not beon West for tbirty vears till this
trip. At that time of lire travel possessed
more charms for me than now, for it was
newer tome -then, and overy thing was
"coleor de rose," but the illusions and en
thusiass of yeath vaish ae re desld
of years have passed. and I was anxion, only
to get rid of the fatigue apd discomfort of
travel and reach the end of my journey. The
very hot, hot spell of weather so very unuenal
and almost anprecedented in October, was an
experience to be remembered not only by
me but by the Inhabitants of these parts, for
the crops and the roads and tho cisterns all
felt the efects of this continuance of the long
drought of two previous months or longer.
The roads were beds of ashes a:most and
every one said these roade had never been
pulverised before within their memory, as
the nature of the soil in these prairie lands
causes them to pack and glass by being
traveled on, but in this long protracted
drought- the case was diferest. Many of
the cisterns were exhausted and some per
sons bad even to buy water, and take their
stock for several ailes to the rivers and other
streams for watei In some cases valuable
cattle died after these exnrsions fro over
drinking, soon .after leaving lbe stre:ams.
About te middleo October theolong severe
drogt'es einde tnd-copions rain.tre-4lled
the cisterns.' ~O the second of :November
wre bad1be firsrfist and ft-was a large orie,
making the fielus and pastures white and
hoar. Another warm spsell has beena succeed
ed by a cold dip -e fer a hard rain which fe!!
all Saturday nighst, and this morning (Mon
day) i clear and1 bright and windy, after a
dull gloomy day, Sunday. This sounds a
little like an extRact fr--ms Vennor's almanac
but Itsis original. I am domiciled as Oak
Lawn, a very rrtired place, twelve miles
from my post-oftee. I da:1 myself as con
tented and happy here as If I had never
traveled anywhera else, for "home is where
the heart is" as the old saylngis, and I pro
for all country with one or two congenial
companions or a large town to live in. I
could not live alone as a hermit though I
like retirement as much as most persons, and
I like Nature in.her wild as well as her culti
vated garb, andl this place has had and still
has some of both, though the remains of the
latter only give a sampfcion of what the front
grounds once were though even then these
may not have rivalled che gardens of 'Araby
the blest,' however beautiful by contrastwith
the wild woods around, of which the exten
sive oak lawn in Front beyond the pasture
tu's ruinous remnant, r.nd there is a dense
forest beyond the . .ad. The abundance
of game adds to the vieaanre of the t..ste
especially to one * t.., is been deprived of
such gratification to t:o paliate.
Books and magasinea are not wanting to
the inner life at the lire-ide, and the conver
sation of intelligent a. ociates and inmates
of the house whe-re music too lends her
charms and the ear and fancy are s'oothed
and interested by .-ongs of the olden :mme as
well as the new, each exciting their own
pecnliar a,sociationss and emotions, whilst
other feelings or aensatioans are stirred by the
grand march or waltars, quicksteps or the
masterpieces of the best musical composers.
The lady of the house has kept up her music
all the.e years or her exile not In P'a:mos, but
In these parts of Noxubee Counry, facetiously
called 'Arkansaw' snd in the twenty-eight
year of her residence here hats only visited
her native Carolin.4, her native State, but
twice, once before 7.be war and once, during
the war. The expense of livIng' out here is
very considerably less than in the store
thickly settled hauntg of civilisnation. Wood
is plentIful und costs tnothing and that is an
item of expense in -ow-us. Yours &c.
Nov. 15th, 1883, by theJRev. J. E.
Bushnell, Miss MARY E. TAYLOR to
-Mr. JAME~s BURR hILLS.
.. At the residence of the b:ide's father,
Dr. J. Hawkins, hiss SALLIE. HAW
KINS, of New berty Co., and Col. G. T.
GuA of Lexington C. H., S. C.
November 12th, 1833, at the residenee
of Mrs. B. Kibler, by Rev. J. E. Bush.
nell, -Mr. J. J. b,INGLEY to Miss
MATRA REEs.--both of Newberry
County,
POST OFFICE.
NBERRaT C. El. '. C., Nov. 17. 1883
*List of advertised' iet' .ers for week ending
Nov. 17. 1883:
Adams, John C 2ames, Miss Rebekah
Bashardt, Eiss M Maohnson, J G
Brown. Miss H A 'Lige, Anderson
Berry. R Lindsay, Mrs Zena
Cole, Milton ILongshore, W E
Coleman, Mrs Ete,- ILarkin, James'
Chapman, T U ti ester, Mrs Catherina
Crm.r. H W 'Maffett, Mrs Anna
bb@,Levi :Mithhell,lenry .
D P - itchoell, Visa Lisa
1 O3Ner, TJ -
,geo Oxmer, G
, Jack Oxner, JJ
3i Jo W Pitts, David
Juier, Jno W Parrett, Robt L
Franklin, D) B Rusaeg, Sambson
Glasgow,.-hes B .Boader, 3 Westley
Q~eab, Gorge Riser, Bond
GIIEn Jack Sehnmert, Mr. Mars
GruberG C Ismith, John W
Gbm JISO W ' 1'itus, Lei
Herbert, George Thomas, Harriet
Hunter, Robert jWsom, Henry
Biller, Miss Emma IWilliams, Cary
paesks - Washingto>n, James
Job.saso Jo ' Wicker,DReto
[Susie BI - .
Partits ealiug fer letters will please saa
f advertised. L. BOUs-.K
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY - OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
.PLEAS.
Samuel A. Hunter Executor, vs. Sarah
F. Davis, Administratix.
The creditors of the estate of Wil
liam C. Dayis are hereby required to
render on oath and establish their re
spective demands before the undei
signed at his office on or before-the
fifteenth day of December, 1883.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.,
Master's Oicee, 8th Nov. 1883.
46-3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Win. Ross Johnson, et. al. vs. Eliza
beth Ewings, et. al.
Partition.
By order of the Court herein dated
7th Nov. 1883, I will sell, before the
Court House at Newberry, on the first
Monday in December 1883, at public
outcry, all that tract of land the prop
perty of Stephen H. Johnson, deceased,
in the County and State aforesaid,
containing seventy - acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of William
Dorroh, B. F: iGoggans and Daniel
Johnson.
Terms.-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one half (or more
if it be desired) of the purchase money
and to secure the balance payable at
twelve months, with interest from the
day of sale, by bond and mortgage of
the premises.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.,
Master's Office, 8th Nov. 1883.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Samuel A. Hunter; Executor, vs. Sarah
F. Davis, Administratix.
By order of the Court herein dated
Nov. 7, 1883, 1 will sell at public out
cry, before the Court House at New
berry, on the first Monday in Decem
ber, 1883, the real estate of Wm. C.
Davis, deceased, situated in the Coun
ty and State aforesaid, as follows :
All that tract, containing one hun
dred and thirty acres, :more or less,
and bounded by lands of: F. H. Domi
nick, estate of George Miller, and the
Home Place of the said W. C. Davis.
And all that other tract containing
seventy-four acres. more or less, and
bounded by lands of F. H. Dominick,
lands of Samuel A. Hunter and lands
of the estate of George Miller, de
ceased.
Terms.-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one half of the
purchase money, and to secure the bal
ance payable at twelve months with
interest from the day of sale, by bond
and mortgage of the premises sold.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.,
Master's Office, 9th Nov', 1883.
46-3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
James D. Smith Livingston vs. Eliza
beth Miller.
Foreclosure,
By order of the Court herein dated
November 3, 1883, I will sell at pab
lic outcry before the Court House in
Newberry on the first Xonday in De
eme:ber.
All 'that lot of land, in the TOWn
of Newberry and in the CloIunty. and
State aforesaid. containing one- ftUr of
an acre, more or less, fronting seventy
eight links, on Caldwell St., running
back in a Southwesterly direction of
equal width, the upper or Northerly
line being two chains and sixtylinks in
length, and the lower or Southerly
line, being two chains and fifty-seven
links In length-the same being lot
No. 2 on plat made by F. Werber, Jr.,
and bounded by Caldwell St., and on
all other sides, by lands of Silas John
stone.
Terms-Cash.. The purchaser to pay
for papers.
SILA S JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883.
45--4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. IN
THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
David H. Wheeler, vs. Jno. P. Kinard,
Executor.
Foreclosure.
By order of the Coni-t herein dated
20 July, 1883. I will sell at public out
cry, on the first Monday in December
188:3, before the Court House in- New
berry,
All that lot of land, containing one
half of an acre, more or less, in the
Town of Newberry, and County and
State aforesaid; and bounded on the
North by Johnstone St., on the East
by Caldwell St., on the South by the
lot now occupied by Tench C. Pool,
and said to belong to Jas. Y. McFall
anid the said Tench C. Pool, and on the
West by Nanice St..
Terms-The purchaser will -be re
quired to pay in cash, one-third of the
purchase money and to seecu-e the
balance, payable In one and two years,
in equal annual instalments with inter
est thereon from the day of sale, by
bond and mortgage of the premises,
and a Policy of Insurance for~ two
thirds of the value of said premises.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Lee H. Sims, Administrator, vs. Fannie
E. Andrews and others.
By.order of -the Court herein dated
7th Nov. 1883, I will sell at public out
cry, before the Court House at New
berry, on the first Monday in Decem.
ber, 1888, the real estate of John F.
Sims, deceased, and of Louisa Sims,
deceased, situated in the County and
State aforesaid, as follows: -.
The Shell Tract, containingtw
hundred acres, more or less, and boun
ded by lands of D. R. Phifer, Jno. A.
Abrams and the tract below mention
ed.
And all that other tract of laud con
taining eight hundred acres, more or
less, and bounded by lands of Thomnas
Abrams, D. B. Phifer,'John A. Abramse
and others-this tract to be sold In two
or more pa reels-plats of the same
will be exhibited on day of sale.
Terms.-The purchaser of the Shell
Tract will be required to pay one hall
of the purchase money in cash, and to
secure the balance payable at twelve
months, with interest from day ol
sale, by bond and mortgage of the
premises. The purchasers of the other
lands will be required to pay In casl
one-third of the purchase money and
to secure the lialance payable in one
and two years, with intereston esel
instalment from the day of sale, by
bonds and mortgages of the premisei
Isold.
ISILA$ JOHNS~TONE, Master, N. C..
ter' Office, 9th Nov. 1883.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Sarah E. T. Chick as Executrix of
last will of Petus W. Chick, de
ceased, Plaintiff againstLonisa V. J.
Farr and others, Defendants. *
Complaint for Relief.
I By order of the Court, I will sell at
public outcry before the Court House
at Newberry, S. C., on the first Mvn
(lay i:a December next, all the real es
tate of the late Petus -W. Chick lying
in the County of Newberry South
Carolina-to-wit:
That valuable plantation of land,
containing (722) seven hundred and
twenty-two acres, more or less, lying
on Indian Creek and Enoree River,
bounded by lands of Dr. Thomas B.
Kennerly, William Wallace, Martha C.
Caldwell, and others.
That valuable plantation of land,
I contai:ing one hundred and eighty
acres more or les., known as the
"George W. Calmes tract," bounded
by lands of the estate of deorge W.
Calmes, Martha C. Caldwell, and
others.
I That valuable plantation of land,
containing three hundred acres, more
or less, bounded by lands of William
B. Whitney, Hannah Henderson and
other-;
Am! that-valuable plantation of land
being that portion of Petus W. Chink's
home place that lies in Newberry
County, and containing four hhndred
acres, more or less bounded by lands
of William B. Orner, W. B. Chaplin,
and others.
These several plantations, will be
sold in parcels as indicated by plats to
be exhibited on the day of sale, which
plats in the meantime may be seen in
my office.
Termr.-The purchasers will be re
quired to pay one-third of the purchase
money in cash, and to secure the bal
ance payable at one or two years with
interest from the day of;sale, by bond
and mortgage of the premises.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Master's Office, 10th October 1883,
435-4t. -
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Sloan & Seignious, vs. Jacob L. Aull
and others.
Foreclosure.
By order of the Court, I will sell, at
public outcry, before the Court House,
at Newberry, on the first Monday in
December, 1883, all that lot of laud,
in-the Town of Newberry, in County
and State aforesaid, containing abont
Six Acres, more or less, lately the-re
idence of Nathan A. Hunter, deceased,
and bounded by Caldwell Street, G. &
C. Rail Road, lot of B. F. Grif?n, the
Luthran church and the Baptist
church.
This valuable property will be sold
in parcels, as indicated by plats there
of, to be exhibited on the day of sale
which plats, in the meau time may be
seen at my office.
Terms--The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash one half of the
purchase money, and to secure the
balance payable at twelve months,
with interest from the day of sale, by
bond and mortgage of the premises.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Master's Office, 10th day Oct. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
las. B. Clary, et. al., vs. W. H. Eddy,
et. al.
Foreclosure.
By order of the Court herein dated
39th July, 1883, I will sell at public
outcry before the Court House at New
berry on the first Monday in Decem
ber, 1883.
All that tract of land, situate in
County and State aforesaid, containing
one hundred and twent acres more or
less, and bounded by ndsof Dr. R.
P. Clark,-Campbell, Isaac Keller,
Jas. H. Williams and Jane Chalmers.
Terms-The purchaser will be re
quired to pay in cash, one . half of the
purchase money, and to secure the
balance payable at twelve months with
interest from the day of sale, by bond
of the purchaser, with at least two suf
licient sureties and a mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for pacers.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, h .C.,
Master's Office, Sth day of Nov. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Sarah E. T. Chick, as Executrix.of last
will of Petns W. Chick, deceased,
vs. Louisa V. J. Farr, et. al. Defen
dants.
Complaint for Belief.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. J.
H. Hudson presiding Judge herein, no
tice is hereby given that all persons
holding demands against the estate of
Petus W. Chick, deceased, either as an
individual, or as a member of the firm
of R. Moorman and Company, or as a
member of the firm of P. W. and R. S.
Chick, or as a member of the firm of
Cicek and Oxuer are required to render
upon oath their respective demands to
me on or before the 1st day of Decemi
her next, at my offiee at Newberry C.
H., S. C.
SILAS JOHNBT'ONE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Office 8th day of 170v. 1883.
Union Times copy 1 month. 45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY -'OF NEWBERRY,
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Henry Koon, vs. David-R. Wicker.
Foreclosure.
By order of the Court herein dated
November 2, 1883. I will sell at pub
lic outcry before the Court House on
the first Monday in December, 1883.
All that tract or plantation of larid
in the County and State aforesaid
upon which the said David B. Wicker
now resides, containing one hundred
and twelve acres, more or less, and
bounded by lands of Geo. A. Setzler..
D. J. Hentz, Melvine Dickert, W. A.
Setzler and Henry- Koon.
Terms Cash.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N.C.,
Master's Office 8th day of Nov. 1883.
45-4t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Elizabeth E. Young, et. aL vs. Y. J.
Pope, Surv. Executor, et al.
The creditors of the estate of Simeon
Fair, deceased, (Including those who
have heretofore presented their claims)
are hereby required to render on oath
and establish-4heir-resetie demands
before the undersigned, at his office on
or before the 10th day of December,
1883.
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C.
Master's Office, 8th day of Nov. 1883.
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