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Special and Local.
I>Ex To NEw ADVERTISEMENTS.
Je F. Kilgore-Notice.
SEUIAL~ NOTICE.-Blusiness no
tice.' in lis local colwnn are inscrted ai
t7u: rate of 15 cents per ine cach inscr
O&iu irie s notieCs of ieetings, c:m
munications ritig to personal inter
ests, tr&Rdes of rc,,)eC-t. &c. are charged
as regular advertisements at $1. per
Handsome Perfrated Monogram
Board and Varietated Silk Floss.
More of those elegant Ladies' Side
La,t. Box-Toed Shoes.
At M. FOOT'S.
Ail oersons Iaving- NN zrches or Clocks in
my h-vnd as Assigne, of Joh! F. Soeck,
are o th t they rnust call an1d pay
charges and take them away by The 25th of
thi., mo o 7erWi.;P 60V will be sold on
SALE-DAY IN JANUARY, at A..-ion.
JOHN 0. PEOPLES, Assignee.
Dcec. 1 S , 373-Z, t.
Christmas and New Year's are at
hand, and people are looking about to
see what to biv and where to buy. No
better place in the land can be found
than the extensive China, Glass and
Fancy Goods establishment of Kings
land & Heath of Columbia, under the
Colmbia Hotel. They keep every
thin- in their line, and many things
which the generality of people know
not of; and if a present is needed for
husband, wife. sweetheart or child, that
is assuredly the place to get it. If
glassware is needed, or the table needs
fhrnishing in china or crockery, go to
Kingsland & Heath. tf.
When Edward Scholtz repairs your clock
or watch it is warranted for one year Try
him. Satisfaction guarauteed. 15-ly
Ti-o.qisos, Denitist, over Phifer Store,
Saee=ad o.f F. Werber, Jr., Deputyv Sur
PUBLIC MEETING.-A meeting of all
citizens of the County is to be held at the
Court House next sale-day, January 1,
1877. Every man in the County should
attend, as matters of importance will
Several men got shot in town Satur
day-they got them to kill rabbits with
The tin-horn serenaders made things
lively Monday night. They beat Wa.g
ner's Oehestra all to pieces.
The interest taken in the arrest of a
drunken man on the streets is scarcely
inferior to tUat of the Presidential elec
The trade of the HERALD Book Store
Saturday amounted to $2,000-more or
less; and one man paid his subscrip
Three negroes stole a keg of wvhiskey
from L. F. Smith's bar-room Friday
night. The rogues were caught and
and the whiskey recovered.
HEGRO SaoT.-A negro shot and
killed bimself with a pistol on the
Chalmers place last - Satuiday evening.
Mr. Henry Moats, living near Jalapa,
had his band caught in a gin a few days
ago, so mangling it that Dr. Folk had
to amputate four of the fingers.
"Mighty slick down street," was the
way he explained it to his inquisitive
spouse when he walked in Monday
night with the snow sticking to his
overcoat and hat.
It is thought that not less than $500
worth of unbought goods went out of
town Saturday: the stores were so
crowded that the merchants and clerks
corld not watch everybody.
0, the snow, the snow, the beautiful
snow. Saturday night, Sunday and
Sunday nigbt it snowed and rained and
sleeted, and since then it has been slip,
slide, splash. slush continually. If any
body can see any beauty in such things
they ars welcome to it all..
There were not less than 2,500 per
sons onl the streets Satneday. The mner
chants did a big business. Cas'. took
in-8$725; Foot $715; Harmon over $500:
Wheeler & Co., the same; Kinarrd sold
over 500 pounds of candy. These are
the only merebants heard from.
Four years ago they stood before the
altar; he a handsome groom, she a
beautiful, blushiing bide. Last Sunday
night they sat before the fire stuffing
candiles and toys into two pairs of little
stockings, while two little curly heads
lay on the trundle bed dreaming of
Thieves attempted to break into Col.
Lipscomb's store a second time Wed
nesday night. the 20th instant. They
bored out a place large enough for a
small boy to enter; but as no goods
have been missed, it is probable the
rascals were frightened off before ac
complishing their purpose.
That was a shrewd husband who
said to his loving wife Saturday, as he
handed her a $10 bill to spend for
Christmas, "My dear, if anybody give
mec a Christmas present Monday I hope
it will be a box of fine cigars." When
he woke Monday morning and found a
box of the '-feagrant weed" hanging on
the bed-post he was so surprised.
P'EA~sonA-Re~v. J. Marion Boyd,
f irfi~-id Circuit, and Thus. J.
The presenee of several sleighs, filled
with lAaiiesz andl gentlemlen, made quiie
a lively :a>pearance on the street
Frank Leslie's Weekly, with illustra
tionsofscenes in Colnmbia-Hampton's
Inauguration. &c. Illustrated Times
a splendid number. and Spirit of the
Times, 40 pnges, highly illustrated, for
sale at 'the
HERA LD BOOK STORE.
DEAT-MS.-Mr. Jno. C. Wilson has
been grealy Aflicted.. Within the short
space of fifteen days he has been called
upon to mourn the loss of three of his
children. We offor to the sorrowing
fltmily our profoundest sympathy in
this sad offliction.
Since the abovo was written Mr.
Wilson has lost another child by Diph
theria. Tuis one died on Sunday, 24th.
RIGioUS NOTICES.-The Newberry
Lutheran Conference will meet at Pros
perity Friiay, 1) A. M. There will he
Lo preching in the church here Sun
day morning. The Communion service
is postponed to the first Sunday in Jan
On account of the bad weather, the
Lutheran congregation have postponed
their Sunday School Concert to next
Rev. J. W. Humbert will preach at
Soule's Chapel the 5th Sabbath, the 31st
instant, at 11 A. M.
ARRIVALS AT POOL'S HOTEL,
. N. Ficelzr, Athinta, Ga.; S. H1. Brea
zeale, Gre:nvi4le; D. A. P. Jordan, J. A.
todd, N Y.; W. H Snomden, J. A. Foster,
Jon. N. Ansley, F. C. Rt ntin, S. C.; J. P.
Kinard, 4 Mile House; Dr. B. H. Jackson
and lady, 1 oumgnery, Ala.; A. L. Lark, R.
P Todd, W. D. Sirup<on, Laurens; 0 P.
Hay. Summerville, S.C ; Dr. T.J Goodwyn,
Fort Motto, S. C.; Silas Walker, Wm. Shep
pard, S. J. Wood. B. H. Mathews, T. P.
Line, Newberry; Dr. G. P. Trotter. Jno.
Willis, Edgebeld; Geo. G ilihvzn4. Helena;
C A Buck, Cnarlotte, N. C ; F. Nutting,
Co!umbia; R. H Devlin an-4 wife, Abbeville;
Jno. R. Boyd, R. B. Lyons, Rabt. Nicholson,
Union; J. P Mangum, Mrs. Sophia M. Re
<us. A. J. S. L-inford, A B. Morri;on, Dr
0. B. MuYer. Jr.. T. .j. McCrary, W. F. Ew
art, J. R. David.on L A. East, J. H. Gail
lard, J. W. Postell, J. E. Brown, City; J. H.
The Hon. Alexander H. Steveno says:
"The G:obe Fower Cough Syrup has proven
a most valuable remedy to me."
Gov. James M. Smith, of Georgia, says:
''I shall always use it with perfect confi
dence, and recommenmd it to the public as a
remedy wh'ich will afford that satisfaction
experienced by me and mine. It excels
everything for conghs, colds and obstinate
Ex-Gov Brown, of Ga , cays:-"He finds
the Globe Flower Cough Syrup a most ex
Such endor-emnent by our great and good
men deserves the attention of the afflieved.
Tuose sufferiag from conghs, colds and lang
affecions should ude :he Globe Flower Cough
Syrup. It will positively cure consumption.
For sale be S. F. FasT 44-tf.
Dr S. F. Fant is giving away a handsome
book entitled ''Pearls for the People." con
taning much valuable information and
many interesting articles. It also contains a
history of th,e discovery of the "Hepatine,"
fr diseases of the liver, dyspepsia, consti
pation and indigestion, &c., and gives posi
tive assuyance that when the Hepatine is
as:ed it effects a permanent and lasting cure
of these deases, which prevail to such an
alrming extent in our country. Take the
Hptine for all diseases of the liver.
SINGULAR FACT !
Is it not etrange that people run off after
strange things, when they could do better at
hom~ne? Nearly every man, woman and child
i- the conutry knows Ayer's, Jayne's,
Wright's, Radway's or Putt's Pille, and very
few know Dr. Jas. L Gilder's Liver Pills;
and yet. w-e venture the assertion, that any
one buyius and using a single box of Dr.
Gilder's Pils, will never buy one of another
manufacture. Dr. S. F. Fant sells them.
A Valuable Mtedical Treatise.
The-edition for 1877 of the sterling Medical
Aun'ed, known is ilostetter's Almanac, is
nov re-dy, and may he obtained, free of
cost, of druggists and goneral conoutry dea.l
ers in allI parts of the United States and
British Amueriei., and i odeed in every civil
izd portion of due Western Hemisphere. It
combines, w hh1 the soundest practical advice
for thzepre:-civ scion und re.,toration of health,
a large amo)unt of interesting and amusing
hght read;ng, anid the calendar, astronom
ical ealcuhations, ch,ronological1 items, &c.,
are preparedo with great care, and will be
C>nn:l emtirely accurate. Tte issue of Hos
terer's Almanac for 1877 "ill probably be
ie largest edition of a medical work ever
published in ,myi cotn try. The proprietors,
M-rs. Hostetter & Smith, Pittsburg, Pa.,
ou receip: of a two cent stamo, will forward
a copy by mail to any person who cannot
prcur:e one in his own neirhborhood.
NewBe.anr, December 26.-Active busi
ess da- ig past week-market closing at 11
ens. Balies sn ipped 900.
Something New, Beau
tiful, Durable and
Cheap for Cov
ering and Or
Nabha heco e beore t.:.e public in
:eet oss praelced and eoiomical
..a ;e Ai.:.en- *Y La~il Gotre Gover. It is
.me jun, the thing that the people
x-:t, .i w. are tow ia troduicintg tflhm;
or s -e adr clb rates.
Ap;o, To:nirorial ights for sale of the
-rn:rt:g urtt, Unijon, L turens, Edg.'field,
Abvil', Anderson, OIcne, Pickeuns and
C5ln and see specimen at John B. Mar
Any further inlFrmation watnted will r"
eiv' prompt. attention by calling on or aO
WV. H. WVISEMAN, Agt.,
Ma 5,s1-tf. New berry, S. C.
IDR. H. BAER,
IWHOLESALE AND RETAIL
D RUG GIS T,
I l1 M;~T1'TTr QTDTFT.T
Drugs X Fancy wrticleo
IM, iikif, &
We beg to call the attention of the nul
lic to the LARGEST and HANDSOMES
BRONZE AND GLASS LAMP
ever exhibited in Newberry, which we at
selling 2!t figures to correspond with ti
depressed times. To any one in search 4
nice LAMPS we invite a'caretul inspectic
of our stock, as we will save you money.
Our stock of
is fresh arid complete, enbr:icing all tl
new and elegant preparations. which v
will SELL AT UNPRECE)ENT.EDLY LON
We offer a full line of choice
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Our 5c. Cigar is superb. Also,
Wines, Brandies and Liquor
that cannot be excelled in any market.
NO. I ALADDIN SECURITY OIL, EXTR.
KEROSENE AND OTHER STANDARI
compounded at all hours during day an
night by senior partner, who occupic
rooms above Mr. Peoples' Jewelry Stor
next door to Drug Store.
PELHAM & IVAJUBLA~I
Nov. 1, 44-tf.
S. P. Boozer and J. 0. Peoples,
E. A. Payne and J. W. Payne.
By virtue of an Execution to me directe
in he above stated case, I will sell, at put
iic outery, in front of the Court House, t
the highest bidder,
On the First Monday in Januari
the following Real Estafe, to-wit: On
tract of and, containing
more or less, and bounded by lands of T
J. Hill and F. White.
Terms of Sale-Cash. Purchaser to pa;
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 7, 1876.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
IN THE COMMON PLEAS.
Benson M. Jones and others, Plaintiff~
William H. Webb and others, Defendants
By virtue of sundry extecutions to m
directed in the above stated and other cases
I will sell at public outcry to the highes
On the First Monday in January
the following Real Estate:
All that lot of land situate in the towl
of Newberry in the County and State afore
more or less, and bounded by Main street
McKibben street, Harrington street and b;
lot known as "Warehouse lot," of heirs o
B--nson M. Jones, deceased. The same be
ing the lots whereon is situated the briel
store occupied by T J. Lipseomb, the stor.
formerly occupied by Webb, Jones & Par
kr.r, the shops of J1. C. Tavlor & t o., anm
offie occupied by Trial Justice Moates
levied on as the property of WV. U. Webt
TERMS CASH. Purchaser to pay fo
J. J. A RRINGTON, s s. c.
December 9, 1876.
T. S. Duncan, as Executor, &e., of John A
Wm Sheppard, et al.
Complaint to Call in Creditors. &c.
In pursuance of an order of the Court o
Probate in the above stated tction, I wil
sell at Newberry Court House,
On Monday, 1st Day of January
at piblic outcry, the following Real Estat
of John A. Bangle, decessed, to-wit:
That lot of land in the Town of Newber
more or less, and bound:ed by lot of Eliza
beth Dausby, the homne place of the sail
John A. Bangle, Johti Archer~ and other:
To be sold in two parcels, of half an acr
each, more or less, according to plats to b
exhinited on day of sale.
Terms--One-half cash, the balance on
credit of tw9lve months from day of sale
with interest from the (lay of sale. Credi
portion of the purchase money to be secure,
by hond of the purchaser and mortgageC
the premises. Purebaser to pay for paperi
J. J CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff's Office, Dec. 9th, 1876.
Notice to Trespassers
The undtrsigned, landowners in th
County of Newberry, hereby forewarn an
and all pe'rson:s against hunting, fishing
passing through, or in anry othier wasy tres
oas ng ouheir lands. All violations c
the ame will be dealt with to the full es
LeD!t of the law.
TV P. Price, T hles
Ben. Matis, )LB.Bes
A. J. Gibson, MD.Sbr
G B. Boozer, ElioS.Kt,
D. A. Cro.son, R..Git
D. B Darby, T alntn
J. 0 Turnipseed, Mr.arreMri
Misses Turnipseed, W..Kig,
WV. P. Harris, H..Wisn
Dr. T. C Brown, Ir.LP isn
J. C. S Brown, J.PWio,
J. 0. Cald well, W adel
Mrs. MI. C. Caldwell, I.C pne
J. S. Smith, ...Matn
S W. C .nnon, I.B atn
R. G. Sondley, T .Hthion
WV. P. Gilliam, R.SDaisn
J.T.Coer D hle., -3
ga. Do Sale,
Ellison S. Keitt,
R. V. Gist,
T. B Wadlington,
Mrs. Margaret Marti
W. H. Knight,
. H. C. Wilson,
Mrs. L P. Wilson,
J. P. Wilson,
J. C. Spence,
J. N. Martin,
J. B. Martin.
T. W. Hutchinson,
R. S. Davidson.
J. A. Cromer, Dec. 2-\ 51--3:
Piano and Family Or
ann For Sala
f'LARIE LAND SALE !
T 2,000 ACRES,
MORE OR LESS.
e I will sell on Sale-day, being the 1st day
e of January next, my valuable tract oi land
>f situated and lying from 3 to 5i miles North
n and North-west of Newberry C. H. These
lands are divided into
TWELVE SEPARATE TRACTS,
each tract fronting either on the Union
Road, which runs through or about the
e centre of the whole tract for two miles
e and a half, or on Laurens Public Road,
V leading from Newberry 0. H., to Laurens
C. H , or on the Long Lane Road, running
from Black Jack to Maybinton. These dif
ereii; tracts have been very carefully di
vided from the main ttact,
EACH CONTAINNG SUFFICIENT TIM
to supply all persons for years to come.
S On each oi these distinct tracts are located
fine water privileges, bold springs with
largc braniches running therefrom, with
smiall bottom lands on each tract. There
are improvements on all of these separate
tracts, which are on public-roads, except
No. 11, which has a right of way from Lau
rens Road, and have beautiful sites upon
which to build. Tie House place, No. 1,
is one of the best improved places in this
A FINE DWELLING HOUSE, EIGHr
two good brick offices and two summer
houses, kitchen, meat house, good servants'
houses, a new frame gin house, (built last
year,) -.ood screw, good frame stables and
cribs, two store houses and good stand for
I had my dwelling house covered this
year with cypress shingles, requiring 25,
000 sbingles at a cost of $7 per thousand.
This is certainly one of the finest and most
desiraule locations in the State, for the
productiveness of the lands, fine neighbor
hood with unexcelled and sociable class of
citizens; churches and schools in neighbor
hood ; splendid water, and noted for its ex.
I emption from all malarious diseases through
out the year.
The lands lie level, have no gullies pene
trating thein, and have been kept in a high
state of cultivation ever since I ow:ed
/ them-never at any time allowing them to
The yield in cotton, corn, all small grains,
a with clover, &c., cannot be surpassed by
any other lands of this section of the State.
'he plats of each tract will be exhibited
at Messrs. Suber & Caldwell's office, New
berry C. H.
Tract No. 1, 2031 acres, is situated 4
miles from Newberry C. H.
No. 2. 124 acres, 3 miles.
No. 3, 103 1-2 acres, : miles.
No. 4, 127 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
No. 5, 207 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
No. 6, 277 7-l1 acres, 5 miles.
No ,145 acres, 3 miles.
No. 8, 225 6-10 ,crea, 4 miles.
No. 9, Su2 1-2 acres, 4 wiles.
No. 10, 135 1-2 acres, 4 miles.
No. 11, 115 acres, 41-2 miles. And
No. 12, 184 1-2 acres, 5 1-2 miles.
SUCH AN OPPORTUNITY
for obtaining homes in this productive part
-of the State has never before been offered.
3 I reside on the place, at Four Mile House,
,and will take pleasure in showing these
t lands o persons dessring to purchase or to
The sale will posiiely take place at the
'time and place above mentioned, and will
be sold for one-third cash, the balance in
two egnal annual instalments, bearing 10
Sper cent interest from day of sale, with
-mortgage to secure payments. If any per-i
son wishes to buy the whole tract or pars
at private sale it can be treated for by ap
plying to the undersigned.
MY PERSONALTY PROPERTY
I will sell comnencinir on Tuesday after
sale-day in January, and continue from day
to day until sold, which consists of a fine
lot of Mules, and everything else on the
De. 3,186.JOHN P. KINARD.
The United States of Ameri
ca---Diistrict of South Caro
Iiua---In the Circuit Court.
Albert C. Garlington, Adm'r., Plaintiff.
Henry H. Blease, Defendant.
Bill to Foreclose Mortgage.
In obedience to the or'der of the Hon.
Hugh L. Bond, Circuir, Judge, and the Hon.
Geo. S. Bryan, District Judge, passed in
the above stated case 29th November, 1876,
On the First Monday in January
at 12 o'clock Meridian, at Newberry Court
SHouse, for CASH, all the right, title arid
interest of the defendant in that tract of
-land lying in Newbe rry County, containing
NINE HUNDRED AND THiR
mrorless, bounded by lands of James
M. Baxter, J. N. Fowles, John S. Hair, Ja
cob J. Paysinger and others, the same be
Sing the tract of land heretofore owned by
Robert Stewart, dec'd., in the following or
Sder and sbdvsos
1. So much of said tract of land known
as the "SUGAR MILL TRACT," said to
-One Hundred and Eighty
more or less, bounded by lands of J. N
SFowles, John S. Hair, J. J. Paysinger, by
the road leading from Blease's Mill to the
road from Lindsay's Bridge to Newberry,
e and by the last mentioned road.
2. Tlhe "MIDDLE TRACT," said to con
tTwo Hundred and Eighty
more or less, bounded by lands of Jacob J.
'Pavsinger, James B. Dennis, by Bush river,
the road leading from Lindsay's Bridge to
Newberry, and the road leading from that
road to Blease's Mill.
3. The Tract said to contain
Four Hundred and Sixty
more or less, bounded by lands of W. D.
Reagin, J. D. Smiith Livingston, James M
Baxter, and by the road leading from New
berry to Lindsay's Bridge.
Upon the failure of the bidder to pay his
bid in cash promptly, the land will be re
* sold inhmediatelv at the bidder's risk.
The purchaser will be reqluired to pay for'
title deeds and all papers appertaining
R. M. WALLACE,
U. S. M. S. C.
Office of U. S. Marshal, for South Caroli
Pursuant to the power given me by Henry
H. Blens, in hi- D.-ed of A.ignnent, dated
December Stb, 1876. I will sell, for the pur
poses in said deed expres4ed, at public ou t
cry, at Newberry Court House,
On the First Monday in Jan
to the highest bidder therefor, the following
valuable lands, situate in the County of New
berry and State of South Carolina, in theI
following parcel,, to-wit:
1. All that tract of land situite near the
town of Newberry, containing
Two. Hundred and Eighty
more or less known as the middle tract of
the Stewart land, and bounded by lands of
Jacob J. Paysinger, James H. Dennis, and
by Ba4h River, said land lying between the
roads leading from Newbeery to Lindsay's
Bridge and Blease's Mills.
2. All that tract of land known as the
Mendenhall Mill tract, containing
Four Hundred Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of Moses
M. Coppock, F. S. Paysinger, Thomas M.
Lake, Mrs. T. M. Paysinger and others.
3. All those two tracts of land known as
the Freane and Boyd tracts, containing
more or less, and bounded by lands of M. M.
Coppock, Thonm. D. Buzhardt, W. G.
Abrams and Mendenhall 1ill tract.
4. All that tract of land known as the
Lane Tract, containing
Two Hundred and Nineteen
more or less, and bounded by lands of F.
Werber, Mrs. E. S. Herbert, by the Adams
Tract and by the Mendenhall Mill Tract.
5. All the interest which Henry H. Blease
had in the tract of land containing
Nine Hundred Acres,
more or less, formerly owned by Mrs. Fran
ces Ridlehuber, and whereon she now re
6. All that tract of land known as the Ad
ams Tract, containing
One Hundred and Thirty
more or less, and bounded by lands of Mrs.
T. M. Paysinger, F. Werber, by the Lane
place and by the Long place.
q. All that tract of land known as the Long
Two Hundred and Ninety
Six 4-10 Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lands of G. F.
Long, Mrs. E. S. Herbert, Mrs. Sibbie B lair,
Mrs. T. M. Paysinger, Francis Moon and
8. All that Lot in the town of Newberry,
bounded by lots of J. D. Cash, 3. B. Smith,
. & G S.~Mower and. McFall & Pool, front
ing on Main Street, thence running back per
pendicularly thereto eighty feet by eigh teen
feet in width, thence eighteen feet by forty
feet in width.
9. All that lot of land in the town of
Three and One-half Acres,
more or less, and bounded by lots of J. N.
Martin, E. H. Christian, Harrington Street,
Thompson Street, lot of Thompson Street
Church and by Main Street, the same being
he lot wvhereon Henry H. Blease now re
sides and whereon is his Livery Stabje.
10. All that portion of the S'ewart land
known as the Sugar Mill Tract, containing
One Hundred and Eighty
more or less, situate in and near the town of
Newberry, and bounded by lands of J N.
Fowles, John S. Hair, J. J. Paysinger, by the
road leading from Btease's~ Mill to road from
Linday's Bridge to Newberry, and by the
last mentioned road.
TERMS AS FOLLOWS:
On parcels 1, 2. 3,~4, 6, 7 and 10, one-fifth
cash, balance payable in two equal .install
mets in one and two years, with interest
from day of sale at the rate of ten per cent.
per annunm, secured by note of purchaser
with ar least two good sureties and by mort
gage of premises. Purchaser to pay for pa
On parcels 5, 8 and 9, one-third cash, bal
ance payable in two equal installments in
one and two years, with interest from day of
sale at the rate of ten per cent. per annum,
secred by note of purchaser with at least
two good sureties and by mortgage of the
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
The attention of persons desiring lands is
especially invited to the lands hereby offered
for sale, as they comprise some of the most
valuable lands in the County, both on ac
count of the lands themselves and their sit
I hereby reserve the right to withdraw any
or all of said parcels of land from said sale,
and will allow any purchaser, desiring so to
do, to pay all cash.
CEO. S. MOWER,
Assignee of Henry H. Blease.
Dec. 13. 50--St.
SALE OF PERSON
ON THE FIRST MONDAY IN JANU3
ARY. 1877, I will sell, at public outcry, at
Newberry Court House, to the highest bid
der there~for, the following PERSONAL PRO
One Double Seated Buggy,
Two Single Seated Bug
One Two Horse Wagon,.
Several Sets of Harness,
Four Riding Bridles,
And some other articles.
ON TUESDAY, THE SECOND DAY OF
JANUA RY, 1877, at eleven o'clock A M;, I
will sell, at public outcry, at Blease's Mills,
five miles from Newberry C. H., all the
Wagons, Gearing, Farming
Implements and other
connected with the plantations of Henry H.
Blease. TERMS CASH.
GEO. S. XOWEfl,
Assig ee of Henry H. B lease.
Dec 13, 50-3.
Ha..:.-.a. a fia ettlement on the
Jno. . Rcnwic%-k and J. MeM. Galm
Samuel S. Abrams.
Forvclosure of Mortgare.
In pursuance of an order ik'm;:i froii
Court of* Common Pleas for Newl
County on the 6*h of A iit, I 75, i
by Hol. L. C. Northrop, .ude of this
enth Judicial Circuit, I will sell,
On the First Mondty in Janu
in front of the Court House, to the hic
bidder, the followin Real E-4at., to.
All that tract of la d situate and lyin
the County of Newberrv, bounn;ed by I
of Win. Scott, Samuel McKee's Estate
Samn-I Yoaug's Estate, containing,
Three Hundred Acres
more or less.
Terms ot sale cash. Purchaser to
J. J. C A RRINGTON, s. N.
Sheriff's Office, 9th December, 1876.
DeeV. 13, 5o -r..
STATE OF SOUTH CAiOULi
COUNTY OF NEWBERR3
IN THE PROBATE COUR
Thomas S. Moorman, Petitioner,
Houson C. Kenner, et. al., Def'ts.
Petition for Partition of Land.
By virtue of an order to me directe:l ii
above stated action. I will sell at public
cry at Newberry C. H., S. C.,
On Monday, Sale-Day, the F
Day of Jan ary, A. D. 1877
as the property of Samuel E. Kenner,
ceased, that tract of land situate in
Two Hundred and Sixty-.
more or lcss, and bounded by lands of
H. S. Hodges, Mrs Celena Hancock,
Terms of Sale: One-third of the pure
money to be! paid in cash and remainde
be paid at twelve months, with interest 1
date, an-l secured by a bond of the
baser, with mortgage of :he premises.
Purchasers to pay for pap(-r4.
J. J. CARRINGTON, s. w.
She' iff'z Office, 9.h u?ec., 1876.
Dec. 13, 50-3r.
Annie E. Bouest, Adn'.s.,
Jefferson A. Sligh and John F. Ki
Adni'rs., and others.
Complaint to Marshal Assets to Pay I
and for Relief.
In obedience to an order passed in
above stated cas.e, I wi sell, at Newt
On the Farst Monday in Jani
at 10 o'clock, A. M., all that tract, of
in Negarry County, whereon the
Thadde'us S. Boine-,t resided at the tin
his death, then bounded by lands of
Salie Piestpr, Hiram Wicker, T. B. I
ardson, G. A. Rikard and Cannon's ci
said to contain
Two Hundred and Nin
more or less.
Termis-One-third cash, wit.h cred
t welve mon ths on the balance o f r.he purt
money, with interest from day of sab
be secured by the bond of the purcl
with a mortgage of the hand .5old.
chaser to pay for papers.
J. J1. CARRINGTON, s. tN.
Dec, 13, .50-3t
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLI
COUNTY OF NEWBERR3
IN THE PROBATE COUR']
Thomas V. Wicker and Thomas S.
man, as Ex'ors., etc., of Andrew &E. X
er, dec'd., Petitioners,
Nancy Wicker, et al, Defendants.
Petition to Sell Land to Aid in Paymet
By virtue of an order to me directed il
above sta:ed action, I will se,ll, at public
cry, at New berry C H., S. C ,
On Sale-Day, Monday. the F
Day of January, A. D. 1877
as the property of Andrew M. Wicker
situate in the town of Newberry, in
County, on the South-east corner of A<
and Prattt Streets, fronting on Pratt S
twenty-six 2-12 feet and running along
ams Street one hiundr-d and eighty-1
feer, and boundedi on East by lands of
Mower and others, containing a Store B
and Reside'nce comnbined, and know:
Terms or Sale-One-third of the purt
money to be pa?id ini cash, but purchase
pay more if lbe desires, and the remind
be paid at twelve months from day of
with interest from that day, and to b
cured by bond of purchaser and mortga;
premises. Purchaser to pay for papers.
J. J. CARlRING i ON, S. N.
Sheriff's Office, 9th Dec., 1876.
Sarah A. Stringfellow, Plaintiff',
George B. Tucker, J. C. Hunter, Jnt
Richards, Win. Munro, as Adm'r. of
J. Keeuan, James B. Steedman,
Gourt of Common Pleas.
In ace:>rdance with an order of the(
of Comamon Pleas, in the above stated
tion, I will sell, at public auction, in
of the Court House;
On Monday, the First Day of
all that tract of latnd in Newberry Cc
and State aforesaid, on Etnoree River, k
as a part of said George B. Tucker's Ei
Two Hundred and Sixty
bounded on the South and South-wes
lands ot Thomas Whitmire, Trustee
heirs of H1. Wiitm'ire, on the West by
of Joseph Duckett, on the North-wei
lands of the Estate of Peter Duiekett, d
on the North by lands of Thomas
mire, Trustee, and on the South ea
J"! U H ui0 CAOULI..NA,
- - 01?NEWBERRY.
T T PCOU01RTI.
WO %!:d i; t e (,r o W
t Newherry Cirt .ilou..
O!ei known as the "Joe Chupp place,"
ounded by lands of the Estate of Henry
ti:ton, dee'd., Gilliam Senn, Wilson G.
Obr.,is. et ai.
O:e known as :"e "Jesse Chupp piaoe,"
oundod by landi of Jaues SpPers, Gilliam
Win, W I P .iohn.on aid others.
PlatQ to bp exhibited on day of sale.
TER\IS-a.-thirtl cssh ; balance on a
.-dit of I and 2 y: irs, serured by bond
ud morrg..re of the penises, with interest
-om day 01 sale.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. x c.
No V. 21s 4 87--. t 10-12,
eorge Brown and Thompson Young,
Ex'ors of Robert Carmichael, dec'd,
im. W. Davis, Trustee, &c., et. al., De
For.-closure of Mortgage.
In pursunce of an order issued from the
ourt of Conimon* Pleas for Newberry
ountv, signed I rhe Hon. L C. Nor
irop, Cirenit Judge, on the 17th May,
S7ti, inl the above sti ted action, I wiH seff,
t .ew berry Court Eouse,
)n the First Monday in January
etween the uoual hours of sale, t& the
ighesi. bidder, the following described
eal Est.tte, to-wit:
All that tract of land, with the apQuite
inees, .-ituate in the County of Newberry,
kate of South %olina, containing
[hirty-.Nine and One-Half
tore or less, bounded by lands of Win.
eser. Henry S. Boozer and others.
Ternis Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. a;
James C. Hill.
Foreelosure of Mortgage.
Ini puirsuaRce of an order issued from the
outof ';ommnon Pleas for Newberry
;ounty, sign ed by Hon. L. .0. Northrop,
~ircuit Judgre, on the 17th May, 1876,. in
het above stated action, I will sell, at New
erry Court House,
9n the 1st Monday in January
aerween the usual hours oi. sale, to the
uigh"st bidder, the fonlowiudg Real Estate,
All that tract or plan tatio.. land lying .
und being situated in the County anid State
foresaid, on waters of Mudlic
f Little River, containing
in1e Hundre ani
nore or less, and bounded b.y lands o
'homn-is J. Liprcomb on thae North,. Ro ert
tehison and James Workmnau ou the Est,
'ir. Golding and J. D. Pitts on the South,
don the WVest by other lands of mnyself.
Termns cash. Pur-cha~ser to pay for pa
J. J.:CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
ohn C. Workman and JTohn A. Workman, '
Williamj H. Webb and J. E. Webb.
By virtue of su;udry executions--tome-di
ec*t-d, I will sell, in front of tii Court
)n the First Monday in Jan'uary
a .E- highies bi-lEr, the following PER
ONAL PRoPERTY, to-wit:
Two Sets of Household
Ld Parlor Furniiture.
Carpets, ahjd other articles.
Parlor and Kitchen Stoves.
Kitchen Tables. ,&e.
One lot Gardeni Tols.
One small lot Carpenter's
Plow Stock and Two Sin
Tfwo WVash Pots and Four
LM-ied on as th property of WH.
.J. J. TMRI GTO3N. N. 0.
He yC. Mloses, as A dm'r., &c.,
Sb.ra?h MLo;-re, John M9orema2d others.
30mnplair:' - Sell Land t-> Pay Debts, &c.
Ik vi di . order of Hon. James 0.
an y, Juadge of Probate, in the above stated
rase,' to mie directed, I will sell at pubie
mdtery, On the s
C)n the Firs~t Monday in January
dil the !.:nds of whidh John Kfoore died
e.ized an-d possesse d, the same being a tract
>t 'd cont .1aing
Fwo Hundred and Thirty
orores,situt inrsid Gonyn
mate ornds irbude iy li nyandsoD. .
sra.ai Jon L,.. bymandel Wait). an
Wh'.'icr. John I4ai%;.. m~tnncl Waits, and
Mal tin J. Young, as Ex'or.,
Janieb B. Chappell, et al.
By virtue of an order of the Court, -
rthe co'mon Pleas for Newberrv Cou,;tv, signed
>errv by His Honor, L. C. Northro , Jidge of th..
ned Seventh Judicial Circuit, in the ahore
Sev- stat-d case, I will sell in fron: o-.- te ourt
arY On the First Monday in Jalnuary
;hest the Real Estate of which the late Moses
Li: Anderson died seized and possesse4, lying,
situate and being in the County and State
ands a id, in wo or more lors, plats of
and which will be exhibited on day of sale.
TERMS OF SALE-One-third cash; hal
ance on a credit of one and two years, with
interest from the day of sale. Credit poi
tion to be secured by bond of the purchaser.
pay with two good sureties. and a mortgage of
the premises sold. Purchaser to pay for
c. Papers. i
J. J. C.ARRINGTON, S. N. C.
Sheriff"s Office, Nov. 13, 1876.
- 50-3f. f12-11
Dowie & Moise,
J. A. Simpson.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Br virtue of an order of the Court of
the Common Pleas for Newberry County, sign
ed b; his Honor, M. MIoses, Cir-cuit Judge, G
on the 6th April, 187.5, in the auove stated
Ist case, I will sell,
On the First 3onday in January
the following Real ..state, to wit:
S-4 All mv urdivided half interest in that
31X LOT or PARCEL of LAND, lying and be
ing situated in the Town of Prosperity, in
the Gounty of Newberry, and Ste of (
Mrs. South C,rolina, 'rontirg on Broad stree:
and 25 teet, and running back at right anghi-s
Amne width, So feet, and is bounded by a
hase lands of J. M. Kibler, lot No. 15, and by
r to said street ; the same being the Lot coin
prom veved to me, -the said J A. Simpson and1
pur- Jacob C. Counts, by J. M. Kibler, by deed
bearing date July 24th, 1875.
c. Terms CaTh. Purchaser t pay for pa
12 pers. JOHN J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
~~ Dee. 13, 50-St. ?14-11-11
James Y. Harris,
Jordan P. Pool.
lebts Foreclosuze of Morpgage.
erry Jordan P. Pool.
ry Foreclosure of Mortgage.
By virtue of sundry orders to me di
rected in the above srated case, I will sell,
land at public outcry, at Newberry Court House,
Revt On the 1st Monday in January
eek, the following Real Estate, to-wit: One
ety T HREE and 87-100 Acres,
more or less, lying, situate and being in the
town of Newberry, in the County and State
aforesaid, bounded by Ro.semont Cemneteryv,
it of College Street anid other lands of Jordan
ase P. Pool.
, to Also, that Tract of Land known as the
aser COLLEGE PLACE, containing
12 more or less, hounded by College Street,
12Rose mont Cemetery, and by lands of James
- M. Baxter and John S Hair.
NA, Also, that Tract or Plantation of Land
known as the LAKE PLACE, coutaining
loor- more or less, situated in the said County
rick- and State aforesaid, and bounded by lanei
or J. S. Hair, Mrs. Elizabeth Swindler and
Mrs. R. C. Hair..
TERMS-O-le-third Cash ; balance on
credi- of one and two years, with interest
from the day of sale. Credit portion to be
tofsecured by bond of the purchaser, with two
tfgood sureties, and a mortg age of the pre
mises sold. Purcbaser to pay for papers.
the J- J. CARRINGTON, S. N. C.
out- Sheriff's Office, Nov. 13. 1876.
Dec. 13, 5-$t. .?18-18
it STATE OF" SOUTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY OF NEWBERRY.
de- IN THE COMMON-PLEAS.
Win. M. Donioh, et al, as Ex'ors., &c.
as Anne Longshore, et al.
;hree In pursuance of the order of Judge L. C.
Mrs. Nortbrop, in the above stated case, I will
ouse sell, at public outcry, at Ne wherry C. H.,
On Monday, the 1-st Day of Janu
to ary Next,
er to all the Real Estate of which Levi Longsh ore
e se died seized, consisting of
**'o Four Hundred Acres
C. of Land, more or less, the Davenport triet
!15 to be sold separately from the balance a:
.- said Real Estate. Plats and particular de
seri--tion to be furnished on day of sale
-TERMS-One-third cash ; the balance or:
a credit of one and two years, the credit
portion of the purchase money to be se
cured by bond of purchaser with two good
sureties and a mortgage of the prenmises,
. C. with interest from day of sale. Purchasers
Wito pay for papers.
m. J.J.CARRINGTON, S.N.C.
and Sheriff's 0ffic.e, Nov. 13, 1876.
~ourt James I. Hutcherson and Mary, his wife,
ac- and Jesse Dobbins and Elizam, his wife.
Ta- Elizabeth Coate and others.
Bo virtue of an order of the- Couirt of
unty Gonimon Pleas, for Newberry County sign
town ed by his Honor, L. C. Northrop, .Judgc of
ior'ee the Seventh Judicial Circuit, in the above
stated action, I will sell, in front of the
Ve On the First Monday in January
t by the following Real Estate, to-wit: Ail that
for tract or paircel of land lying and situate
lands near the town of Helena, County of New-1
t by berry and State aforesaid. Lands belong
'c'd., ing 'to Elizaheth Co-ate, deceased. P!ats
hit- and particulars will be furnished on the
st by day of sale.
'TERMS -One-third cash balncnno n n