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The Her-ald
T. F. GRENEKER,
GEO. B. CROMER. EDITOrs
NEWBERRYaS. C.
TR SDAY JAN. 3, 1884.
A PAPER FOE THE PEOPLE.
The Heraldis thehighestrespectaFam
- oted to the material in
e of this County and th
L*te- Iter Ia xtensively, and as ai
A4tising ot!ers unrivalled ad
vantges. For Tex ns, see first page.
DUTY vs. DUTIES.
Mr. Morrison, of Illinois, chair
man of the ways and means com
mittee, says that "the business o1
the Democratic party is to look af.
ter the welfare of the people of the
United States ;" and, on that point
- there can be but one opinion. Act
" ' ing on the line of this duty, he says
an effort will be made at this ses
sion of Congress to accomplish
something satisfactory in the way
of relieving the people from unjust
tariff exactions.
He informs the public that his
committee will propose a reduction
of the import duty on sugar-but
he thinks that the duty on silk
should stand. This is all very
well ; bt to lQwer the duty on
sugar, without making tht reform
more general, and extending it to
other needed commodities, would
be very much like sugaring a bitter
pill for the public palate. Import
duties should be laid upon silks,
preeious stones, and such other ar
ticles as fall under the head of lux
rieo,-the duties should be dimin
ished on iron, steel, woollen goods,
machinery and such other imported
a:iWes as are used and consumed
_--by the people at large in plying
their trades or providing the com
forts of life. In this respect, it is
the duty of the Democratic party to
provide for the welfare of the peo*
pie.
The tariff question presents new
difficulties as it and the country
. grow older.. The interests of the
country are so diversified, owing
to variety of soil and climate, that I
- no tariff laws that can be deviscd
will apply uniformly throughout the i
holAe country, or give general sat
fifeion. For instance, while Mr 1i
~ orrison tMinks that the welfare of a
the country demands a %iluction of
-the duty on sugar, the sngar pro. 1
.ducersof Louisiana are opposed to t
any reduction, and the threat is
-nade that Lusaawill vote the C
. epublican ticket if thtproposed
s easure becomes a law. lF
ie have never thought it wise to r
make the tariff question the leading e
isue in the next presidential can
vasse; but if the Democratic party -
itouches'the question at all, it should c
take hold of it ii a manly. straight
-fowara anner--and not approach
-it as a small boy would approach a
karnets' nest. Indedision and vac. a
mation-have become too character- lC
Zsacof Democratic tariff legislation. .
REHMTMASDAY ABROAD.
At Fl'orence a sad accident is
recorded. A party of young men
-improvised a piece of steam pipe El
into a cannon, which they. heavily E
Aloaded. The discharge burst it, and th
zR~g McBeth wasinstantly killed. Tg
The:%ft side of his "skull, as
-crushed and his side opened ex- .pe
posing heart and ribs. Another ur
-ybagian was dangerously womid- m
A riot d ~at Alle
- try endeav4
- wn; several we
,. On so.ving the tovn
/ 4 party 11e$ several men retui
~gf6mg dinner and a fight e
rsli in the killing
)on lettisd Evan Strang
d ils were slightly wounde
~day a mani was sb
4aucluse; at R
was stabbed to deat
Ea man was mortal
by his .nephew; an4
was shot while resi;
SFor anumber of years the Deia
~4 cratic president makers have woo
din@Fortune, to no purpose. No
yl~~ua m nothe fickle jade t#
ad1istage of hprivileges offer
to her ser-by leep.yearad
turn, woo..tite Democratic presd,
- mages, ring us a Des,ra
~ resi4nt for 1884 ? We doia
this as a conandrum.
-' God speed the day when, und
theproviimn oftthe iew rai1o
laws we shiall have fiW LT se& 800
as-passengeniate andiE34
L-~-as week we saw ladies lo@
'~~Y.hfr asta-in what used tit
~dasscoach; while four enti
LEGISLATIVE.
The General Assembly adjourned
the 24thinst.,Monday morning, aftez
passing a long list of acts, most of
them of local interest. We men
tion a few of them:
An Act to prohibit the sale of
irituous liquors in the Town of
Batesburg, Lexington County.
An Act to amend Sec. 1,915 of
the General Statutes in relation to
the settlement of the estates of in
testates.
A Joint Resolution appropriating
funds for the construction and erec
tion of a sarcophaguh for the re
mains of John C. Calhoun.
An Act to abolish tenancy by the
courte;y in the State. .
An Act to organize Boards of
Health and for the better protec
tion of the public health.
An Aceto remove all doubt as to
the time of holding general elections
in the State.
An Act to prohibit the sale of
spirituous liquors within ie County
of Barnwell.
An Act to regulate the drawing
and term of service of jurors, in the
Counties of Spartanburg, Abbeville
and Newberry.
An Act to amend Sections 2,480
and 2,481 of the General Statutes,
relating to the piraishment of the
crimes of arson and burglary. This
act reduces the penalty when the
prisoner is recommended to mercy
An Act relating to the collection
of delinquent taxes of real estate.
An Act relating to the drawing
and empaneling of jurors.
An Act allowing the use of cer
tain funds for Normal Institutes in.
1884.
An Act limiting the ages of pu
pils attending the public schools.
An Act incorporating the New
berry Warehouse Association. c
An Act relating to the compensa
tion of County Commissioners.
An Act making it a misdemeanor
to use a Oorse or mule without the
consent of the owner.
An Act adRiorizing Newberry to e
3reate a fire department,
An Act relating to cruelty to ani- fi
mals.
An Act relating to the terms of b
;ervice of jurors. -
An Act relating to the entry of b
ands after notice. ti
An Act prohibiting the sale of %
Lnsound meat. a
An Act incorporating the New- as
ierry Agricultural and Mechanical b
tssociation, h
An Act incorporating the New- th
ierry Building and Loan Associa. ce
Lon. E
An Act relating to the granting
f licenses for the sale of liquor.
An Act amending the railroad Li
Lw. This Act deprives the Rail-M
>ad Commission of the power to Jr
stablish rates.
To amend the local option law br
-fixiug the time when elections Cl
mn be, held as to license every
ro years, instead of every year. Di
To declare void contracts for
utures." Fo
To amend the registration law so Mfi
to provide for the renewal of Co
st certificates.
To authorize County Commis. Fo
oners to open and establish high.-o
iys.
To provide a stenographer for Fo
e Seventh Circuit. RA
Joint resolution to amend Art. y
[ of the Constitution relating to bau
iance and taxation. W.
To amend the Tax Law so that Mo0
e Auditor can assess and the bot
eamurer collect at the same time.
To amend the law as to the com- EL
nsaition of Auditors and Treas
ers.
Th e State Tax '- . ued at flv
11s.
T- so regulate the drawing an<
e; term of-service of jurors in Spartar
>r- i'urg, Abbeville and Newberry
re praviding that petit jurors shal
not i,e lequired to serve more thai
"one week.
n' To amend the C-e.rter of New
n- berry-providing for~the workini
of of jail convicts on the streets. .
,To change the time of holdini
'the Court of General Sessions an
d. of common Pleas in Newberry C(
ot The County Tax for this Countyi
ad fixed at 4j mills-three mills fo
ii; ordinary purposes ; 1 for funded ig
v debted3ness, and i for funded schoq
yindebtedness.
,t- Orangeburg experienced a. dread
ful calamity December 28th in.
fifty -thousand dollar fire. Si
stores and several other building
were consumed.
The aesthetic movsment in Eng
te Iand has entirely died out, becaus
.~--gell becausepeople think there i
.moter good conmmon-sense in takin,
a abottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrn;
it taniiucarrying alily.
ic
MAPS OF NEWBERRY.
The News axd Courier has re
ceived two large and well executed
maps, one showing the location of
Newberr. village and the other
the location of the county of New
berry. The village map was com
piled by Mr. G. M. Girardeau in
1881. It gives the names of the
members of-the town council at that
time, and furnishes a complete and
accurate topographical survey of
the town. The town is divided in
to wards and the ownership of each I
of the lots in all the streets is in
dicated by numbers, the names of
V e owners being given in mar-5
ginal notes.
The map of the county was made
by Mr. Thomas M. Lake, not from
actual survey, but by distances,
from information received by the c
compiler. The map gives the
names and course of all the streams g
in the county, the location of the e
public highways and the post-offices,
bridges, mills and ferries. It is a
well printed from a lithographic it
plate made by A. Hoen & Co., of it
Baltimore, and is altogether a val
uable contribution to the history 2
and geography of the county. It E
would be well if ev cry county in the n
State could have such a map.
[News and Courier. tl
SI
A Card. 01
Mr. Editor:-Having lived two years it
in your community, and now,- as a e(
Methodist itinerant preacher, about to c<
pass on to another, I desire, before ai
leaving, to do three things. hE
First-To put myself and family on
record as bearing testimony to the .m
kindness, courtesy and Christian syi- df
pathy of the citizens of Newherry. of
Not that they are in need of such tes- sa
timony to be sure, but to us it is grate- sq
ful to make it.
Second-I desire also to assure your so
people of our sincere interest in their
welfare. May the blessings of Heaven W
rest upon your town in its material a ;
prosperity, its spiritual interests, its si(
young men and maidens, its old people lo:
tmd children. to
Third-I wish to say further, th!'t W
;his interest will be abiding. For, even
f it were a possible thing for us to Snt
orget the kindness which has been is.
hown us on all occasions, and the ten
ler sympathy on special ones, still vis
here are other ties I need not mention, ui
>f a nature more tender and sacred ter
han these, and which must, no matter OU
'here we wander, ever bind us to the vil
oil of Newberry. R. D. SMART. Mi
METHODIST PARSONAGE Me
NEWBERRY, S. C., Dec. 26, 18S3 rel
)eath of Rev. J. A. Bouchelle.n
It is with extreme sadness that we
hroniele the death of one of Good
lope's most worthy citizens, the Rev.
A. Bouchelle. He died last Friday
om an accident which happened to
im last Sunday, he was out riding
ith his wife, when he fell out of the em
uggy, which ran over him, breaking Jy
>me of his ribs, which caused his sud- -
en death. His funeral was preached Cli
y the Rev. James Carson pastor of He
ie Good Hope church and his remains det
ere interred in the cemetery last mu
iturday. He had been married only
short time, to a very young lady ma
mewhere in her teens. He was an<
out 65 or. 70 years old and ha<l never for'
~en married before. Rev. Mr. Bou-go
telle, was a Methodist Ministep, but .A
Ld preached for a good many years in sev<
e Baptist churches. He was a good go
tristian gentleman and will be sadly at I
issed in the Good Hope section-mi
efield Chronicle. -T
JJm'ddmis
Married Jan. 1st, 1884, by the Rev. p
ither Broaddus at the. reside4&iee, of
r-. Packer-Mrss LIDA U. DAvis of The
nyberry, to CHARLEs B. ARNOLD, M
., of Orange Lake, Florida. *4 ge
Dur thanks are tendered the fair ig
ide for the delicious cake received. gret,
2n the 9th inst., at the church, near man
appells, by the Rev, A. A. Gilbert, teen
-. J W. SLnnroNs, formerly of Chap- faith
lls, now of Greenwood. to Miss of C
3fPIE S. BOAZMAN,. law
)ec. 19, 1883, by Rev. Harrison gini:
wler, Mr. J. DRAYTON DILLARD to age
is ADDIE ADAR--both of Laurens he e
nty. year
)ec. 20, 1883, by Rev. Harrison con
wler, Mr. SAMUEL M. DUNCAN, of At
ierty Hill, to Miss MAMIE,-daughter firs
Capt. Thompson Conner, of Jalapa and
)ec. 20, 1883, by Rev. Harrison of its
vler, J. J. C. ODELL to Miss FANNIE cal(
Y, daughter of Gaines Ray-.on
>ec. 20, 1883, by Rev. Z.W. Benden- Bold,
ghi, at the residence of Mr Thos. affect
McCollough, Mr. WALTERi MAB- ble I
i to Miss TEXANNA CROMER
b of Newberry County.
ee. 20, 1883, by K . anning
wn, Mr. - - i---ENNIs to Miss
~Y~SHORE, daughter of Mr.
g i F. Longshore.
By the Rev. Win. G. Ne ville, at the
e family residence, Stoney Point, Ab
beville Co., S. C., Dec. 19th, 1883, Mr.
B. A. EARLY, of Darlington, S. C.,
to Miss ANNIE J., daughter of Col. C.
C. Law.
- By the Rev. J. H. Colton at the res
I idence of the bride's mother, Mr..J. T.
1 CRANE, of Laurens County, S. C.,
to Miss NANN~IE BEACHEM, of Abbe
.yvile, S. C.
,. At the residence of G. M. Stone,
Dec. 29th. 1883, by Rev. R. N. Pratt.
Mr. JAMEs VERMILLION to 3Miss ANNA
SToNE, all of Abbeville, Counity, S. c.
At the residence of B. F. Smith,
-Dec. 20th, 1883, by Rev. R. N. Pratt,
s Mr. CHARLIE RICHEY to Miss MAT
r TIE SMITH, all of Abbeville County,.
S. C.
IN MEMIORIAM
Of C. Y. Pool (Carter. Pool), who de
parted this life at the residence of his
-father, J. P. Pool, on Saturday night,
a Dec. 29th, 1883; in the 'Qrd year of his
age.
'The writer of this hays known the
deceased for twenty-five years and
feels that he cannot suffer this sad event
to pass without a word in praise of his
noble traits, and of sympathy to his
e stricken parents and friends.
s He was among the very first young
,men to iolunteer his services in our
late war. We were membersof the same
company, Buttler Guards of Green
ville for the first year of thewar-until
the Reorganizatio.n, after . which, he
was appointed .to a position ida Col.
McCollough's staff of the '1dih S. C.
R-gt., in which command he 'remained
until the close of the war. He was in
that terrific battle at Franklin, Tenn.,
near the lamented Gist when lell; and
by concussion from same - shell was
paralized, and lay in a state of uncon
ciousness on the battle field for hours.
He was a faithful.soldier, a warm, gen
ial, generous hearted companion; affa
Ible and courtteous In manner; an affec.
tionate, dlevptedi son and brother.
May God in His gfoodn ess, mie
loe ofort and sustain, his
Iparents and loving kindred in
their sore bereavements ad reelse Mn
so~ul'into restyeral.
Prosperity Twinklings.
Christmas has come and gone, ca
rying with it sighs and regrets ft
some, andpleasant memories for other
The new year is upon us, and th
usual number of "swear off's" will b
gone through, and let us hope wit
better results for the next year a
"casting-up time."
The Calisthenic Exhibition was
rand success. - Several of the pupil
had extracts and dialogues.
"B. F. C.." in speaking of a dialoguu
by the girls told John that it was
>plendid catalogue, and had either o
:hem been his daughter, he wouli
iave givrn her ten dollars, so wrough
vas he.
At a municipal trial during the Hol
days, one witness refused to testify
inless called Mr. William, his Hono
ind Bijah had somewhat of a scrim
nage of words, but Bijah was "ker
quashed."
Dr. Boland made a flying visit tc
ur city last week in the interest 4f,a
winette band, he is endeavoring tc
et up in te n and vicinity. Any
ne wishing to join can address the
)r. at this point.
Uncle Remus proves a'terror to evil
eers; on last Thursday night he ran
ito a nest of gamblers which brought
itc the council's till $100.
The Charades in behalf of the Rifle
ompany netted $45. The acting was
ood, and the plays so for as we can
arn gave general satisfaction. They
ay give another in the early spring.
While everybody were enjoying
iemselves at the Charades Mr. A. G.
rise was notified that there was some
e in his store, and on investigation
was found that some ane had secret
I himself in the store, and had
>me forth with hats. caps, suits, &e.,
nounting to about $20. In the chase
lost all his plunder, but escaped.
Squire Wheeler solemnly swore a
an into a marriage bond the other
y-Guess the Col. had left his book
forms at home. The parties were
tisfied, and the usual fee eased the
uire's excitement.
Our Post Office is to have lock boxes
on, Hurrah !
Our Burg has been expecting a
uiting room at the depot, in fact had
)romise from the R. R. Commis
mners, but as the Commission has
;t its head, I presume we will have
be contented with the promise.
e'll see.
We were pleased to see uncle Bill of
iokey town last week, he says S. T.
,il right and had a big time Xmas.
SIr. Mayfield of Greenville County is
iting his sister Mrs. W. S. Birge.
sses Frances Sheely and Alice Bal
itine of Lexington County are in
r town. Mrs. Smith Davis of Green
le is visiting Mrs. A. G. Wise.
'ses Mary Thompson and Emma
Kellar of Newberry are on a visit to
ations in town. Misses Hamiter
I Pittard of Georgia are also visi
g relations here.
xeorge William says when he pro
;ed to his girl she threatened him
h her mother, and the "villian" says
still pursues her."
Fe learn that a popular salesman of
ir town has in contemplation an
igration scheme. Allen, will glad
ixplain to all who may ask.
ev. J. E.Bushnell will serve Grace
irch and Mt. Pilgrim another year.
is an aeceptable Pastor and an in
atigable worker, and has done i
,h good in our town and vicinity.
Will" wants to know why Chiisb.
don't come at least once a month
.was referred to "Sniffles" for in
nation. He says the.times are too
d to be so for apart.
.s this is leap year we have heard
tral young men saying who theyt
tld be at home to, and to whom not I
ome. Look out boys, your cakes, i
hit be all dough.
rusting there will not be as many 1
:akes in this as in my last 1 am, i
,AYTCH.
rosperity Janm. 1sb4884.
Rev. J. A. Clifton
ide a farewell address to his con- a
ration at Spring Street Church last
t. . His removal is a source of re
both to his congregation and to
y others, who have learned to es- -
him as a zealous preacher and a
ful friend. Mr. Clifton is a native
liester County, in this State, and a
graduate of the University of Vir
L. Although only sixteen years of F
Lt the commencement of the war, 3
itered the army, and devoted fouru
of his youth to the service of his nt
try, on the battle-ffElds of Virginia. et
cthe war he pursued the study b4
of law and afterwards of theologc.- ti
~ntered the Conference in 1869, o'
o0 day is one of the most efflient at
member's. -A man of find physi- aj
[evelopment, his manner corres- ol
s to his personal appearan
sincere and tot$J.rd ha~; a rearl
ation, M. impromptu speakim
_-enoughts flow quickly, and lhe 1
the faculty of expressing them in cle
forcible language. The church
Newberry, to which he goes, has
sincere congratulations of his ma
friends s.-News and Courir
For the Cure of Coughs, Colds
Hoarseness, Bronchitis oup, In flu
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the re
liefof consumptive persons in advan
ced stages of the Disease. For Sah
by all Druggists.-Price, 25 Cents
-April 1-84.
NATIONAL BANE I
NEWBERRY, S. C.. Jan. 2nd, 18f
The annual meeting of the Stoc
holders of this Bank will be held at t
Banking Ifouse on Tuesday Jan. 8t
-1884, at 11 O'clock A. 31.
JOHN B. CARW1L1
Cashies
OTICE.
Is hereb to Eecuitors, A
ministrat Tues am
sother I ay al
Thurs
monthj
are set
their ann
IN THE PILOT HOUSE.
r - "Yes, air ; this kind of work obliges a m
,to keep sober as a jadge. Of all men in 1
world, steamboat pilots and railroad eng
eers should let liquor alone. For on th
C clearness of sight and coolness of bead i
a pends the safety of life and property."
t Keeping his hand on the wheel as he sa
this, Mr. A. Brockman, of No. 291 St
street, Chicago, added : "Of course, sot
of 'em drink : but the sober ones have t
best positions and the best pay. Yes, t
work and exposure sometimes tells on ni
but for my part, I find PACKER's Tonic
t be all the invigorant I need. I've got a hI
te aboard here now ; never go on a tr
without it. When I haven't any appetite,
am in any way out of sorts, it sets me up
no time. If drinking men would use ti
Tonic, it would help 'em to break off. (N
that isn't a light-house; it's a star, low dos
near the water.) As I was saying, the Ton
is new life bottled up. You see that fia;
staff ? Well, with a bottle'of PAnnzr
ToNIc in the locker I can keep malaria
far from me as that, all the time. My wI
has used it for three years for summer con
plaints and colic, and as an invigoraut, whe
she's tired out from overwork, She says tt
Tonic is a daisy. Good-bye! Don't brea
your neck going below."
This preparation, which has been known f
PARKER's GINGER Toxic, will hereafter b
advertised and sold simply under the nam
of PARKER's TONIC. As unprincipled dea
ers are constantly deceiving their customet
by substituting inferior articles under th
name of ginger, and as ginger is really a
unimportant ingredient, we drop the mis:
leading word.
"There is no change, however, in t'
preparation, itself," and all bottles remair
nug in the hands of dealers, wrapped unde
the name of PARKER's GINGER TONic, Con
tain the genuine medicine if the faesimil
signature of Hiscox & Co., is at the botton
of the outside wrapper. Jan 3-1m.
SALE OF FURNITURE
--AND
Household Effects.
I will sell on Monday 7th inst. in thf
Hall above Brown and Wilson's Store.
Bedsteads, Tables, Chairs, Bureau,
Sofa, Wash Stands, Feather Beds, Bed
Coverings, Table Linen, Crockery
China and Glass Ware, and other arti
cles useful to housekeepers.
SALE TO COlIE0 AT 11 A. I,
TERMS CASH.
JOHN B. CARWILE.
1-2t.
NATIONAL BANK!
NEWBERRY, S. C., Jan. 2, 1884.
The Board of Directors of this Bank
have declared a Semi-annual dividend
of (5) five per cent (free of-tax) on the
Capital Stock payable OD and after Jan
uary 1st. 1884.
JOHN B. CAR WILE.
Cashier.
GERMAN KAINIT 1
And other Fertilizers. Tons
genuine German Kainit direct impor
tation, and all Fertilizers,
For sale by
HERMANN BULWINKLE,
KERR'S WHARF,
DHARLESTON, 8. C.
PIEDMONT INSTITUTE,
PICKENS, C. II., S. C..
December 24th, 1883.
The exercises~of the second scholas
ic year of the Piedmont Institute will
egin on Monday 7th January, 1884. It
important that Students be present
t the opening of the Session, but will
e received at any time and charged
ntil end of sessiion. Students will be
rejared for advanced classes in the
tate U.aiversity or any other College.
lady is also wanted to take charge of
'ocal and Instrumental Music. Apply
t once, avith Testimonials, to
WV. M. McCASLAN, or
REV. J. R. RILEY.
1-3t.
NOTICE.
Pu rstuant t'o the' order of Jacob B.
ellers, FA. as Probate Judge for:
ew berryCounty, South Carolina, the
dersigtned will make a Final Settle
ent of the estate of Philip Sligh, de-.
ased, in the Probate Court at New
~rry Court House, S. C., on Thursday
e 14th day of February next at 10~ 1
clocik in the forenoon and imtme'
ely tl.e:eafter the und '~
fra final d' .. c.stLaent of P
of GEORGE A. COUNTS, JR..
a-W. GLENN METTS,
g. As Exectutors of the last Will
as Testameut of Philip Sligh decease
ir', Newberry S. C., Dec. 31st, 1883.
at 1-5t.
he - -
ny 1884 THE. 1
CONSTITUTID]
THE DAILY COMBirrDTION 1has ein
be a necessity to etery' intielligent -ma
the range of its clrchlation
For the next year it itill -be bett4i'r
ever. Nearly8.1 ,000 is nd' ers inve
by its proprietors in a new.pl ng, r
ses and outfit, in which and ith whf<
can be enlarged to moot its increasing I
ness, and improved to meet the demand~
its growing constituency.
THE DAILY AND SUNDAY CaONsTITUT!oi
1884 will be better and tiler than ev~er,
in every sense the best paper in the rc
of the people of the Southeast.
One Year $10, 6 Months $5, 3 Months $2
1 Month $1.00
THE~ WEEKLY GO0ETITUTI
starts the new year with 13.000 subscrit
who pronoun.ce it the largest, beat
cheapest paper within their reach.
It consists of 8,10 or 12 pages (as the
wand of its business or the news may
rect) filled *ith matter of the greatest is
eat to the farmer.
AT LESS TIHAN 3 CENTS A WEEK
this great budget of news and gessip wii
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1 Dec. lm.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
NEWBERRY COUNTY.
s Ramspeck & Green vs. William Suber.
and
William Clark & Co. vs. William Saber.
e By virtue of Warrants to seize crop
k under Lien to me directed in the above
stated cases, I will sell at Newberry
s Court House on the first Monday in
e (Saleday) in Jauuary, A. D. 1884. at
public outcry to the highest bidder,
three bales.gf cotton.
e Levied on as the property of Wiilliam
a Suber, covered by said Liens.
Terms Cash.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 19th, 1883.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C
r STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NEWBERRY COUNTY.
Jas. C. Floyd and Thos. A. Floyd
Ex'ors. vs. Levi Slawson.
By virtut of an execution in the
above stated case to me directed, I will
sell at Newberrv Court House on the
first Monday (Saleday) in January, A.
D. 1884, at public outcry to the. highest
bidder, all of the right, title and in
terest of Levi Slawson in and to a cer
tain tract or plantation of land situate
in the County and State aforesaid, con
tainmg one hunred and sixteen acres
more or less, and bounded by lands of
John T. Peterson, A. J. Longshore,
the estate of Jas J. Spearman, John
Reeder and others.
Levied on as the property of Levi
Slawson.
Terms Cash. Purchaser to pay for
papers.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 15th, 1883.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.
51-3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
The State of South Carolina,
vs.
Nathan F. Johnson, John M. Cal
mes, et. a].
By virtue of an execution in the
above stated case to me directed and
under an order of the Court passed in
the case of Wm. H. Betts survivor et. a.l
vs. Nathan F.. Johnson, et. a]. on
17th November, 1883. I will sell at
Newberry Court House on the First
Monday, Saleday, in January, A. D.
1884, at public outcry to the highest
bidder all that tract or plantation of
land situate, lying and being in the l
County and State aforesaid, containing
eight hundred and twenty-eight acres,
more or less and bounded by lands of
L. P. W. Riser, William Scott, Estate of
Baruck Duncan and others. Levied
on as the property of John M. Calmes.
Terms-Cash-Purchaser to pay for
papers.
D. B. WHEELER, S. N. C.,
.Sheriff's Office, pec. 12th, 1883.
'Dec. 12th 1883.
50--4t.
STA'i'E OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
NEWBEREY COUNTY.
The National Bank of Newberry, S. '
C., vs. Thos. S. Moorman and S. E. s
Chick. a
By virtue of an execution to me di- L
rected in the above stated ease, I will F
sell at Newberry Court House, on the ai
first Monday (Saleday) in January, A.
D., 1874, at public outery, to the high- q1
est bidder, the following real estate, ni
to-wit: p:
One l<g and the buildings thereon, fr
situate in the Town of Newberry, con- of
;ainimg two acres, more or less5, and S]
younded west by Coats St., north by
Boundary St., east by the Methodist
Parsonag.e lot and south by Jas. McIn- ..
osh and'the old village graveyard.
Also, all that tract or plantation of
a:nd situate, lying and being In the
sounty and State aforesaid,econtaining
'wo hundred and sixteen acres, more
Ibounded byla of
tors sM~. ,e a ers.
sil Angl also all that tract or plantat
of land situate, lying and being in t
County and State aforesaid contalni
fifty-six acres,more or less and bound
and by lands of Mrs. H. C. Willingham,
i. Y. W. Glymph, estate of Thos. Croc
and others.
Levied on as the property of Th<
-S. Moorman.
Terms-:-Cash. Purchasers- to p
84for papers.
Sheriff's Office, Dee, 13th, 1883.
D. B..WHEELER, S- N. C.
-51-St.
to
nID STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN.
han COUNTY OF NEWBERR
tdIN THE COURT OF COMMO
hit PLEAS.
suof ExParte
for Sarah F. Davis.
Petition for Homestead.
ach~ Notice is hereby given that Sarah:
Davis has this day filed her tition
*. the Master's Office for said (unty,
have Homestead appraise and set ofi'
Sher in the real and personal estate
111 her late husband, William C. Davi
emdeceased.
a*re SILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C
Master's Office, December 17th, 188
de 51-4t. f
ter
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINi
SCOUNTY OF NEWBERR3
ery IN THE COURT OF COMMO]
PLEAS.
Sudie F. Williams and John S. Ha
Jr., vs. Peter Hair and others.
p of By order of the Court, I will sell b
fore the Court House at Newberry, (
the first Monday In January, 1884,
rpublic outery, Tall that tract of lan<
be late Peter Hair, deceased, in ti
SCounty and State. aloresaid, contal:
~.ing one hundred and seventy-nine (17
vlst acres, more or less, and bounded I
est lands of Mary P. Livingstone, J.JI
n Werts, J. N. Fowles, P.' N. Livingste
and others.
Also, all that other tract of lan
(being a portion of theiSummer's Pla<
of the said Peter Estr, deceased,) I
the County .and BSte.aforesilId,-col
. taining oae hundred and ninety-foi
(194) seg more..or. -mA~nd botmde
~ lands~ of 1 {e r
THE'HOL
And now is the T
FINEST VARIETY 0
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FRESH CARGOE
Bananas, Cocoanuts, C
NORTHEU
Apples, Figs, Pear
Citron,
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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS.
Rebecca S. Abrams et. al., vs. David F
Boozer. '
Forclosure. d
By order of the Court dated 16th 0
Nov. 1883. 1 will sell before the Court a
House at Newberry, at public outcry, a
)n the first Monday in January 1884,
is the property of the defendant.
All that tract of land in the County
md State aforesaid containing fifty
;ight acres and a half more or less, and
younded by lands of Frederick Werber,
r. T. Stillwell, estate of Benj. F. Pay
inger deceased and others.
Terms Cash-Purchaser to pay for
apers. L
ILAS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C., I
Master's Office, 13th December 1883. o!
50-3t.
tba
'TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY. at
IN THE COURT OF COMMON
PLEAS. Gi
as. W. Tribble, adm., vs. Nancy E. 5
Tribble et. al.
By order of the Court dated 16th II
roy. 1883, -l'illi sell at public outcry.
efore the first Monday iu January
884. All that tract of laud known as
lie River Place of the late Elijah |
'ribble, in the County and State afore
Lid, containing one hundred and fifty
eres more or less and bounded by pe
ittle River.,.and lands of Washington E.
loyd, Carey Johnson, H. R. Mangum e"
ad others. an
Terms.-The purqhaser will be re- a
taired te pay one-third of the purchase
oney in cash and to secure the balance
iyable at twelve month, with interest a
om day of sale. by bond and mortgage w(
the premises-.s
[L AS JOHNSTONE, Master, N. C., W
Master's Office, 13th December 1883. el
50--3t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, g
COUNTY OF NE BERRY o
IN TJECQRTP
Sar .'T. Chick as Executrix
' last .will of Petus W. Chick, d
on ceased, Plaintiffagainst Loisa V.
he Farr a4pd others, Defendants.
gComblaint for Relief.
dBy order of the Court, I will sell
A. public outcry before the Court Hon
'ks at Newberry, S. C., on the first Moi
day In January 1884, all tLe real e
>s - tate of the late Petus WV. Chick Jyir
in the County of Newberry Sout
ay Carolina-to-wit:
That valuable plantation of lan<
containing (722) seven hundred an
twenty-two acres, more or less, lyiin
on Indian Creek and Enoree Rive:
-bounded by lands of Dr. Thomas I
A., Kennerly, WVilliam Wallace, Martha (
y, Caldwell, and others.
N That valuable plantation of lani
containing one hundred and eight
acres more or less, known as th
'jGeorge W. Calmes tract," bounde
by. lands of the estate of George Ii
Calmes, 'MarthaN C. Caldwell, an
F. dthers.
in indthat vai4able plantation of Ian
to being that portion of Petus WV. Chick'
to home place that lies in Newberr
of County, and containing four hundre
s, acres. m'ore or less bounded by land
of William B. Oxner, W. B. Chaplin
., and others.
3. These several plantations, will b<
sold in parcels as indicated by plats t<
.. be exhibited on the day of sale, whic1
plats in the meantime may be seen ii
r' my office.
Terms.-The purchasers will besl
quired to pay one-third of the purchias<
money in cash, and to secure the bal
r ance payable at one or two years witl
interest from the day of sale, by bon(
.and mort,. oe of the premises.
*n SILAS JO NSTONE, Master, N. C,
t Master's Office, 12th December 1883
.45--4t.
ie
IeST ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
)NEWBERRY COUNTY..
y I will sell at Newberry Court House
3. on the first Monday in January, thi
n 6th, one tract of land, twenty-twc
acres, more or less, bounded by lands
d of Albert Sligh and others. This lan(
e is sold by J. G. Fulmer, J. W. Fulmer
n W. T. Fahner, andS. M. Connelly ant
2- belonged to J. A. Fulmer and arth.
ir Fulmer, his wife, both deceased, anm
di was sold to Martha Fulmer by J. P
re Kinard, about 25 years ago, who has
s. eultivated it ever since until aboul
di three years ago, when she edir
possession. ,Now J6h P
ewants. Wodstabish a clain
h sv-t. ~aeno ~ :Oiwal
are 4or Them.
ranges,E
uts, RaS1
Currants.
WITH DISP
RT &CO,'
iarleston, S. C.
oor,,
NOTICE.
Pursuant to the order of the Hon.
acob B. Fellers, as Judge of Proate
)r Newberr-, S. C., I will make a
'inal Settlem. nt of the estate of
Filson E. Higgins, deceased, on Thura
ay the 24th (lay of January, 1884, at 10
'clock, A. M., and immediately there
fter apply for a Final Discharge as
lministrator of said estate. 1
ANDREW J. L. LANGFORD,
As administrator of the estate of
rilson E. Higgins. deceased.
18th day of Dec. 1883. 51-5t.
ADMINISTRATIX SALE.
Pursuant to an order of the Probate
ourt for Newberry County, I will
11 at the late residence of Mrs.
avinia N. Gist in the Town of New
rry, S. C., on Thursday the third day
January 1884, at Eleven o'clock in
e forenoon the following personal
operty of said deceased, to wit :
Household and Kitchen furniture
Ld 1 fine Piano.
Terms Cash. C. MOWER,
Administratix of Mrs. Lavinia. N.
st, deceased. . 51-2t.
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