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BAss TREATMENT OF A PooR SERPANT
i,.L-A few days. ag, a family living
jftst across the:river in. Illinois; were ta
ken down- with the cholera, and they sent
for a faithful servant girl, residing in
Bremen, to come over and take care of
them during their illness. The girl, im
pelled by a sense of duty, left the. place
were she was employed, and went over to
attend the sick family, with whom she
had been acquainted, at their request.
The sick persons recovered, but the girl
was taken sick, and the ungrateful peo
ple whom she had ministered to while
they were sick turned her out of doors.
The girl, after wandering about without
finding anybody willing to take her in,
at length came across a kipd-hearted
gentleman, to whom she related her sto
ry. The gentleman, incensed at the
treatment she had received, accompained
her back to the house from which she
had been driven, and threatned to prose
ecute the inmates if they did not take
her in and use her wellt The girl was,
thereupon admitted, and soon after pass
ing the thresshold she dropped down
dead. She was tumbled into a box and
buried, leaving her clothes and $18 in
money, which were confiscated by the
parties, to whom she attended during
their illness-St. Louis News, Sept. 7.
RussiA's 'UTURE PosrrroN.-The Paris
correspondent of the London Times, who
is generally well informed, states that
the Czar of Russia will soon announce,
in a diplomatic circular to the various
European nations, his future policy. The
correspondent also states that this cir
cular will be very decided in tone, and
will declare that "there is no reason why
Russia should be bound by the Treaty of
Paris of 1856; that the Black Sea must
be free to her again; and that the in
jurious obligations imposed on her by a
coalition -of the Western Powers are no
longer binding," It is also intimated
that Russia will fight sooner than give
up her projects, and that-war is, therefore,
imminent against Prussia and France.
Already Russia is preparing forhostilities,
for the Czar is gathering an enormous
army at Kharkov, which the Times' cor
respondent describes as a "good central
position, convenient for astart in various
Wa&r OUR SOUTHERN GIRLS CAN Do.
-The first bale of new cotton sold at Ma
rion Station, Mississippi, was brought to
that place last Friday, and sold to Messrs.
Prewett & Roberts for twenty-seven and
a fourth cents per pound-the purchasers
paying the tax. Of this bale, the Lau
derdale Times (published at Marion
Station) says :
It was planted, cultivated and picked
by the daughters of Mrs. Eliza Puckett,
near Push mataha, Alabama. No danger
of starving from abject poverty while
our women display this sort of industry.
We have not the pleasure of their ac
-quaintance, but suppose them to be the
sisters, daughters, or prehaps widows, of
some deceased Confederate soldier, and
left without any one to support tnem;
and that they, after a sensible survey of
the situation, determined that while the
-earth should produce something upon
which, to live, they would not beg or die
fromi starvation. May the Lord prosper
them, and when they marry may they
-be blessed with good husbands.
phemous Browniow, in his Cleveland
speech, last week, discoursed of his future
-state as follows:
"If God, in His providence, should call
me off, I have no fears of the consequences
beyond the grave. If the books have
been correctly kept in the upper world,
as I have no doubt they have been, there
will be a small balance in my favor."
The "small balance" in his favor in
'cludes, probably, his Philadelphia state
ment that he "had rather go to bell with
loyal negroes than go to heaven with
SAD AND BEAUTIFUL.-Ex-Governor
* Vance, in a recent address before the
literary societies -of the University of
North Carolina, spoke as follows:
"No moments of victory are for us, no
national jubilee can we celebrate, no songs
~of triumph can our maidens sing, or gar
lands of glory weave ; there is no welcom
ing of returning conquerors, nor erecting
of triumphal arches for us, to console us
for our great iffering. We are all alone
with our great defeat and that heavy
-sorrow which, "never flitting, still is
sitting, still is sitting, in our household,"
and all that we have left for our comfort
is the sad yet tender light which plays
~around the memory of those who died to
make it otherwise."
An English magazine writes, in an es
say copied in Every Saturday, speaks of
a game which "they play at in France,"
in which certain members of a company
are entirely concealed except their eyes,
and the rest of the party h4ave to identify
the concealed persons sir 'y by their
eyes. The game is known in America
as well as ini France. The difficulty of
identification is incredibly great, and it
is found that the most intimate friends
cannot recognize each other by what is
considered the r = expressive feature,
the rest of the countenance and figure
One',fourth of Texas is abed with billious
fever, and the remainder too lazy to stand up
two inuates in the sunshine.
One Olive Bratts, of Winchester, Ala.,
ately -kicked his wife to death.
IMMIGRATION To Tuns STrATE.-The New
York Times, of Monday, says that Mr. J.
S. Kellery, of Pensylvania, who went to
South Carolina1 at therequest of a com
pany inbtending to buy land for agricultu
ral purposes, gives-a favorable report of
the fertility of the soil and of the disposi
tion of the inhabitants towards emigrants.
He says he finds the people kind-hearted
and affable, affording a hearty welcome
to all good citizens who come to settle
The western papers express serious appre
hensions for the corn crop. For six weeks
the weather has been cold, wet and unfavors
able for ripening it, so that it is still "in the
milk," and as frosts must soon come, there
is great danger that the crop will be cut off.
Such an event is one of the greatest calami
ties that could happen, as corn is the great
crop of the West.
Col. Greene, commanding the 6th regi
ment regulars, United States Infantry, and
Commendant of this District, it is reported,
has been named as Gen Sickles' successer in
the Department of the South.
"A good-looking, intelligent, well
dressed. tidy and prepossessing white
girl," of Ohio, has married a big Sambo,
about seven degrees blacker than a
bucket of coal tar. Mated doves
Two souls with but a single thougbt
Two colours mixed as one.
"Sonny, does your father take a pa
per ?" "Yes, sir, two of them. One of
them belongs to Mr. Smith and the other
to Mr. Thompson. I hook 'em both off
the steps as regular as can be."
A girl that has lost her beau may as
well hang up her tiddle.
WELLS, CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUMBIA, S. C..
Brick Warehouse on GERVAIS STREET,
opposite South Carolina Rail Road Depot.
Will receive on Storage, Forward or Sell,
Gotton and other Cor .try Produce.
Liberal Advances made on shipments of
cotton to their friends in Charleston or New
York. sept 26 im
An earnest appeal is made to those in
debted, either by note or account. to the
late firm of E. S. Bailey & Co., to come for
ward and pay the same in whole or in part
AT oscB. A Northern creditor has sued
this firm for a large amount in the United
States Court to be held in October. Hence
the absolute necessity of calling upon their
debtors. The notes and accounts are in, my
hands for collection. Y. J. PC PE,
sept 26, 39 4t Office in Law Range.
All persons having demands against the
estaite of Ben. Dugan, deceased, are re
quested to hand them in legally attested,
on or before the first of November. And
all persons indebted to said estate will come
forward arid settle immediately.
JOHN H. RENWICK, Admr.
sept 39 St
NOYES & VAIL,
[Successors to Aitkin, Noyes & Johnston,]
IMPORTERS AND) JOBBERS OF
159 Meeting Str't,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mr. Vail resides in New York, and ships
goods bought for cash per every steamer.
Buyers are invited to call and examine our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
sept 5 3m
J. H. BAGGETT & co.,
FACTORS, No. 10 A.commodation Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Give their attention exclusively to the sale of
LONG & SHORT STAPLE COTTON.
Liberal advances made on consignments.
Sept 5 3m _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS,
Formerly Caldwell, Blakely and Co.
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSION
No 12, ACCOMMODA TION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
July 25, 5mos.
HORSEY, AUTEN & CO.
Hats, Caps and staw Goods,
No. 25 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sept 19 1m
ORNER of QUEEN & CHURCH ST'S.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. W. a .J. 3- DENIS, PEoPRElTORS.
This splendid Hotel will be opened on the
IEST OF OCTOBER, on the European system. It
ass been remodelled. and refurnmshed through
out. This Botel contgins over one bundred
rooms which will.be reserved chiefly for the use
of travellers and transient guests. Competent
assistants have been secured in eer depart
ment, and every attention will be padto ensure
omfort to their customers. The seping rooms
re iry and clean. The restaurant will be sup
plied with the best fare theflmarket affords. Port
ers will be always ready to attend each arrival
nd departure of trains. The travell2ing pubhc,I
transient visitors and others, will find mn it all
the luxuries of a first class house, combined
with the comforts of home. The location is fine
ly adapted for business men and travellers. No
pan or expem~e will be spared to giv e ntire
~tisfacfion Sept. 19 ~m.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Ludy H. Little
&-wife v. Sam'l W. Reid & R. H. Williams &
wife. Bill for Partition of Land..
By order of the Court of Equity, dated 2d July
1866. I will-sell before -the Court House, at
Newberry, on the first, Monday in-Norember
next, the real estate of Joseph Reid deceased
consisting of t1ree several tracts of land situated
in the District and State aforesaid, co wit:
The Homestead tract, containing four hundred
acres, more or less, bounded by Tands of Isaac
Keller Williams Weleh, W. 8. Chalmers and
E. F. Chalmers.
The Bever-daln tract, containing one hundred
and twenty-four acres, more or les, and bound,.
ed by lands of Win. S. Chalmers, Thos. A. W.,
Chalmers, Jane Chalmers and the Homestead
The Leavell tract, containing one hundred and
twenty acres, more or less, and bounded by
lands of Dr. E. P. Clark - Campbell, Isaac
Kellar, J. H. Williams and Jane Chalmers.
Tna s.-The purchaser will be required to
give bond, with at least two good sureties. to
secure the - purchase money, payable in two
equal annual Instalments, with interest on each
instalment from 1ay of sale, and to pay the costs
ofthese proceedin in cash.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.
Com's office, Oct. 1st 1866. 5t. 112.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In Equi
ty-Newberry District. E. B. Stoddard &
Co., et. al., vs. Michael Buzzard, et. al.
By order of the Court of Equity I will sell
before the Court House, at Newberry, on the
first Monday in November next, the real es
tate of William L. Buzzard, deceased, con,
sisting of a tract of land situated in New
berry District, containing about two hundred
acres, more or less, and bounded by lands of
the estate of Gilliam Smith, deceased, Thos.
M. Paysinger, John Belton Werts, Daniel
Goggans and David Werts, Sr.
TERMs-The purchaser will be required to
give bond with at least two good sureties to
secure the purchase money, payable in two
equal annual instalments, with interest from
the day of sale, and to pay in cash the costs
of these proceedings.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, o.E.N.D.
Coms office, Oct. 1st. 1866. *10
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. Ossian A. Ruth
erford v. Abraham Harris. Bill to - foreclore
Pursuant to an order of the Court of Equity.
dated 5th July 1866, I will sell. before the Court
House on the first monday in November next, a
lot of land and the buildings thereon, in which
the defendant resides, containing half an acre
more or less, and bounded by lots of Z. White
and James Gauntt, and on the other two sides by
streets in the Town of Newberry. .
TERms -The purchaser will be required to
give a bond, with at least two good sureties, and
a mortgage of the premises, to secure the pur
chase money, payable at twelve months, with
interest from day ofsale-The costs of these pro
ceedings to be paid in cash.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c.E N.D.
Coms office, Oct. 1st, 1866. 5t *10
THE STATI OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District.-Elizabeth A.
Payne, vs. John W. Payne & S. B. Chap
The creditors of the estate of' Elihu Payne,
deceased, are required to render and estab,.
lish, on oath, their respective demands be
fore the Commissioner, on or before the 1st'
day of November next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c.E.N.D.
Com'rs Office, 1st Oct., 1866. *6
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
In Equity-Newberry District.-John L.
Hill and others, vs. Joseph Watson,Admnr,
The creditors of the estate of Thomas Wat-.
son, dec'd, are required to render and estab,.
lish, on oath, their respective demands be
fore the Commissioner, on or before the 1st
day of December next.
SILAS JOH NSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Comn. Office, 1st October, 1866. 010
THE STATE-OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District-Sally Ann
Thompson vs. Thos. A. Thompson and
John M. Thompson.
The creditors of the estate of Thos. W.
Thompson deceased, are required to render
and establish on oath, their respective dee
mands before the Commissioner on or before
the 1st day'of December next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.
Cor's Office. 1st October 1866. .*10
STATE OF MtUTH CAROLINA-In
Equty-ewberry ')istrict. Jas. H. Wil
liams v. P. H. Duckett. Bill for foreclosure of
Mordeo teCourt dated 5th July 1866, I
will sell before the Court House, at INewberry,
on the first Monday in Noyember 1868, all that
tract or plantation of land known as the Duckett
tract, situated on Enoree River in the District
and State aforesaid, containing four hundred
and fifty-six acres, more or less, and bounded by
land of Peter Duckett, Dinah Duckett, Josp
Duckett, Thomas Watson and the estate of Wi
liam Duckett deceased.
TERMS.-The purchaser will be required to
give bond, with at least two good soxeties, and a
mortgage of the premises, to secure the purchase
money, payable at twelve months, with interest
from day of sale-and to pay the coot. or these
proceedings in cash.
S1LAS JOHNSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Coi's office, Oct. 1st.1866. 5t. *10.
THEs STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equty-Newberry District-E. B. Stoddard
& Co., et 11. vs. Michael Buzzard et. al.
The creditors of M. P. & W. L. Buzzard,
and of M P. Buzzard and A. J. McCollum,
and also of William L. Buzzard and M. P.
Buzard individually, are required to render
and establish, on oath, their respective de
mands before the Commissioner, on or bc,
fore the first day of February next.
SIL AS JOH NSTO NE, C. EB. N. D.
Cm's office, Oct, 1st 1866.
THE STATE OF SOUtH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District. John A Hender
son y Sally Henderson and others-Bill for
It appasto my satisfaction that Joseh W.
Caldwe l and Martha E. his wife resides beod
the limits of this State, on motion of Mr. Fi
It isordered that the said absent defendants
do plead, answer or demur to the bill filed In the
above stated case, within three month's from the
date hereof, or the same will be taken pro con
fesso against them.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. R. N. D:.
Cors. office, July 25th 1866.
Aug. 1 3m$12.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINAI
*q -Newberry District. Henry M. Singl
Adm., vs. Mary E. Singley and others.
for sale of land and Rehef.
The creditors of.George M. Singley deceased are
equired to render in and establish their demands
before the Commissioner, by the first day of
SILAS JOHNSCONE, c. z. N. D.
Cois office, Aug. dlth 1b66. 2mt10
this day reduced
the price on all of our fine
Ladies' Wear-such as Gaiters, Bootees,
Buskins, Slippers, &c., &c.
We do this in order to make room for our
pall stock. I. M. SUBER & CO
N. B.-The above goods we warrant free
'romn pasteboard and all such trash.
July 18 f.
An Old Song, set to a New Tune.
"As spring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come out,
And Mice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip about.'
"18 years estab!Ished in N. Y. Cit,y."
"Only infallible remedies known.'
"Free from Poison,"=
"Not dangerous to the fluman Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die.'
"COSTAR'S" RAT, ROACH, &c., EXTER'S
Is a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, &e., &c., &e., &.
"COSTAR'S" BED-BUG EXTERMINATOR
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-bugs, &c.
"COSTAR'S" ELECTRIC POWDER FOR
Is for Moths,Mosquitoea,Fleas,Bed-bugs,
Insects on plants, Fowls, Animals, &c.
g ! ! ! B$wAa ! ! ! of all worthless
op See that "CosTAR's" name is on each
Box, Bottle, and Flask, before you buy.
'?Address, HENRY R. COSTAR,
484 Broadway, N. Y.
W Sold in Newberry S. C.
a" By all Druggists and Retailers, and
Barns Ward & Co., wholesale agents New
INCREASE OF RATS.-The 'Farmer's
Gazette (English) asserts and proves by
figures that one pair of RATS will have apro
geny and descendants no less than 651, 050
in three years Now, unless this immense
family can be kept down, they would . con
sume more food than would sustain 65,000
[r? See 'COSTAR's" advertisement above.
RATS versus BIRDS.-Whoever engages
in shooting small birds is a cruel man; who"
ever aids in exterminating rats is a benefac'
tor. We should like some one to give us the
benefit of their experience In driving .out
these pests. We need something besides
dogs,cats, and traps for this busigess.'-Scienl
tific kmerican. N. Y.
[GP'See "CosTA's" advertisement above.
Eg Sold in New berry S. C.
Eg By alIl Druggists and Dealers and
Barnes, WVard & Co., wholesale agents
New Orleans, La.
THE subscriber has just received a supply
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
manufacturer, which are of the latest and.
most improved patterns, and of elegant Rose
wood finish, and which he offers at low rates
to the public. He takes this occasion t4 say
that they have been purchased exclusively
for cash, and selling them at only a' small
advaixee on the cash price, that no orders for
the above Cases will be attended to -unless
accompanied with the cash.
R. C. CH APMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July 25, 1866. 9w.
he State of South Carolina, New berry Dis
trict. In the Court of Common Pilease
Es Parte Abraham Harris-Petition for
the benefit of the Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Abraham Harris, who is in the custody~ of
the Sheriff of said District, by virtue of an
order for -bail at the suit of Hartman &
Strouns, having filed in my office, together
with a schedule on oath, of his estate andJ
property, his petition to the Court of Comn
mo:n Pleas; praying that he may be ad
mitted to the benefit of the Acts of the
General Assembly,made for the relief of Ina
solvent Debtors: It is ordered that the
said Hartman & Strous and all others, the
creditors to whom the said Abraham Harris
is indebted in any wise, be and appear, be
fore the said Court, at Newberry Cour't
House, on Wednesday the seventeenth .day1
of October next, to show cause, if any they
can,.why the said Petition should not be
granted. E. P. LAKE, c. c. r.
Clerks office, Newberry1 July 6th 1866.
NOT'ICE is hereby given that application
will be made at the next session of the Leg
islature, to vest in .B. F. Landrum, all the
right, title and interest of Christian Bre1th"
aupt, dec'd, or of his heirs, in and to the
tract of land lying in Edgefleld District, on
waters of the Savannah River, and Horse
reek, and bounded by lands of Kessiah
Sweorngaree, A. C. Turner and others,lately
occupied by Bartlett.W. Hatcher, -dec'd, del
vised to him by his father, John, Hatcher,
dec'd. Said land having been e,scheated to
the State of Sonth Carolina. July 18 3iai.
JACOB SULIBACIER & CS.4
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, UMBRELLAS,
[ADIES' & 4ENTS' YIRNISH1N(QGOODS,
MILINERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
Assembly Street, between Plain & Washington,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
.srmouaa. ALAN XaACAU,Y.
STENHOUSE & MACAULY.
For the s&e of Cotton, Cotton Yarns, Sheeth
ng Naval Stores, etc., and for the purehase of
66 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK,
- - 1866.
Consignments tous from any point In the South
ully protected by Insurance a~s soon as shipped. 6
E, D. VAIE 6
No. 15 MaIden Lane, Ne Thrk
Are now prepared to offer to jobbers and
retail dealers the U JAPEST -PENS Di
THE MARKET. .Tbe pens ,re of different
;aes fsom os. tW 9, inclusiVO. 6A
'rbenies of ALENTNN Od.B frt
quality Gold Pens, without cases, and war+
raed-fr-oe yeJ 4 except ' i Qre
dent, is. as ,followa :-No. 1 n i S16;.
lto.2 Pen, $164;.No -8 Pe 4 No. 4
13 50 ; NO*.? Pea, #50.; , 0;
So. 9 Pe, $7. Alko4w ? quaiity Pens
ire sW.amped 'E. D. Valenafe & Co."
the Ab ove ~s~
For $2 r a No. I pe,5psalt
Fer $250, a No. 2 pen," t. ty.)
For $8 25, a No. 8 pen, At "
For $ 7r, a No. 4 pen, 14Uallty.
For $450, a No. 6 pen,1st.qtazlt
For $& 75, a No. 6 pen, lst quality.
For $2 00, aJo. 2pep fs ualy .
For $Z, a No.. 4 pen, 1st qality.
For $8600r,8o. b p.,t saJlty..
For $4004'Ne. 6pen, stqualit.
For $b 5T ba Ne. 7pin,'1st quality.
For $7 25, s No 8'pep,1st qality.
For $8 00, a No. 9'pe Inst qtlitr.
Seconad eaaitffesa-o tFarfte
Our second qualiy pens. sfwl$awped "E
Davis & Co.," and ard erefIlly made, -hay
ing the samep6int8ss 4*rite qualiy pen,'
the only material difference being in the
quality of the gold. The puites ,of these
pens are as follows:-No. 2. pep, Ipg.;: N
3 pen, $106; No.-4-pen, $13 ; No.4 peq*
$1 50; No. 8 pen, $175.
The Above Pene in il tendos
For $I d,.a1 2 pen;2 . gality.
For $1 50, ar No. 8 pen, 2d qaality."
For $1 74 -sNo. pen qil
For $2 25, a No, 6 !e,
For $215, a No. pn, 24 .
Our pens rank throughout bt .co' 'y as
equal, if not superior, to . s 4;fpenr
manufactured, not oily "for:hteiy 'riting
qualities, but durability .an eigiu $&ishK
Te greatest care-is jused 'i thraaff
ture, and none are sol ritb ul1htest
imperfeetion whieb si1 We
would calU the ettentiono~~I O o
the celebrated PAUL B1ZN NWak for
which we are the sole agents ousN th tted
States. We have them In i&dire egold
Jobbers, reaffers,jefe&us, god al~ deal'
ers in our line througb~o the'cotw6ry, art
requested to send ifer s eijuare. Address
E. D. VALENTINE & Co.,
Manufseturers and Wbhissale desiers in
Gold Pens, Jewelry mnd Watches,
No. 15 Maiden Lane eY$k.
- AT TB -
STOLL, EBB & ?0.
(28'1 King~ street,8 doois belokW rtb.)
WE have now opened S5plen4dd toek
of- SPRING (XOODS,.-English,.lriesch and
Aricani which are of the ufoet desirable
s,yles the Market can afford.
To Planters furihing abe>dreedmen,
either for clothing or for baertith them,
our Wholesale Roous' afrevery"induce.
ment. Plantation Godsedn E#t Variety.
This'being a busy seslson'with'the Planter
and he not able to visit out city, orders
secompniedwitkt city referseoe will meet
with promptMatention.t .4
N. B: Samples with price lists sent to any
part of the State
our stock con~t iatpert of
Wite Onaburgs Strip#d~ avs Blun
Denims, Brown Shirdus ~i
Bea-Island, Baown S iUgh l Hom
spuns, Striped Homesp.pnas enhea4d an
Brown Sheetings,. Blegehed and :Brow
Drille, Biack Frenoh Medeld Cloth Boier
id Gloves, Irish Lnsis/4ye Piece,,
r'oels and TowelingJa aIs Uvarieties, Lin
in Damasks, all g~rieties,- Caicots, In all
galities, Domestic Ginghams, )'iniScetch
singhams, Dress Goods, for SprThg,'Spring
silks, Colored Muslin, in ever irrety,
PVi,ite Goods, all kinds, BlaclGoods, all
inds, Farmer's ltbwn Linen Spl Farm
r's Brown and ..Wliite Drill,- Faney Drills
mnd 0ottonades. Together withi evpry other
rariety. o be found in our lined; whiteh
re offprit,the lowest cash priees, atWhl
WeM oukd.rsspeqtfully call the attentiom
f the Planters, Merchants ajbd the:eltisens
generdily, of Newberry Distriet, to our adi.
rdrtisement, and-oliciI a ceR.l ' tem
lroulldhey visita the . ity. A# tio
Wood&.are gold- at a very small advance
mn agis prices, by
I>C. R St.I.,-Chdeh4oCoNo
April18 Jialy. Christo,S.C.
4. N.~ ROMON,
3&MaON , o&Es
HARDTG ample'meses er adweesu, a
sneWs'experlence or twengl yesrs saG
ionfinlpg himself strictly to -a
lusness* witbons operating .on. i own
ecount,ba r 9ectfully solicits
reotton, fLrur, corn, &c.
July 18 3mo.
John a& Chapman,
Lttorney at Law anid Solicitor~ in Equity,
Wil attend to aU business entrustsd to his
are. Offoe at Bootstre.
Newberry C. . .c JUly 25 tU"