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NEWBERRY, S. C.
L Wednesday Morning, October 17, 1868.
The dignity, reticence and uncomplaining
manner of Mr. Davis, during his long and
tedious confinement, considering his ill
health and peculiar nervous temperament, is
an eloquent tribute to his greatness. The
people of the South can invoke the blessing's
of the All-Merciful upon the languishing
College of Charleston, S. C.
It is scarcely more than necessary to an
mounce that this seat of learning is open,
and that the faculty embraces the following
Professors. N. R. Middleton, L. L. D.; Pres
ident; Rev. J. W. Miles, A. M.; Lewis
R. Gibbes, M.D.; John McCrady, A. M.;
F A. Porcher, A. M ; and F. S. Holmes, A.
M. Terms greatly reduced-only $50 per
annum. See card, in to,day's paper, for
We are pained to learn from Columbia pa
pers, that our good friend Dr. R. W. Gibbes,
or,is dead. He was adistinguished physician,
humanitariaiand great public servant, in
all causes that elevated and adorned society.
As Surgeon General during the war, his
record is a proud one. His remains were in,
terred in the burial ground of Trinity Epis'
copal Church, of which denomination, he
was a consistent and worthy member. Re%
AwTuL SmpwnzcK.-The mail steam
ship Evening Star, from New York fore New
Orleans foundered at sea on the 3d inst., in
a heavy storm. She went down with nearly
-every soul on board. The crew and passen
gers numbered two hundred and seventy,five
.souls, two hundred and fifty of whom perish
ed. Among them were seventy nine females
and several children. The schooner Morn
ing Star from Cardenas, three days after the
wreck picked up seven of the survivors-two
of whom were females. They were taken to
Charleston and kindly cared for.
The Court of Connn Pleas'and GenerallSes.
slons, convened last Monday, Judge Aldrich
presiding with his accustomed force and dignity.
We did not have the pleasure of being in atten
dance, but learn that his charge to the Jury, was
brief, and marked by that clearness, and energy
peculiarly his own. He happily adverted to the
cbanged condition jof the laws, and the responsi
bilities that~arise therefrom~Seveitrueills
have been found in important cases. The crimi
nals in the Lane murder case were arraignied
yesterdayisfternoon.,= The trial comes off Friday
morning. The'Grand Jury have not been dis
We bad the pleasure of a call last week from
Col. Townies, senior editor of the Southern En
terprise. We found the Colonel as genial and
courtly as ever, and wish him a green old age,
troops of true friends and a prosperous, happy
home. An interesting editorial correspondence
from the Enterprise, concerning his trip to the
famous Mollohon region, will be published in
We had the pleasure yesterday of meeting our
'young Charleston friend, Hiram B. Olney, who
used to- spend his furloughs here,'dnring;the days
ofthe Confedecracy. He is a picture of health.
From him we learn that Charleston is rernarka
ably healthy, and husiness good.
The talented editors of the Spartanburg
?xpress, Prof. DuPre and Rev. Whiteford
Smith have withdrawn from the editorial man
agement. Increasing demand upon their
'time, as Professors in Wofford College, the
cause. We wish these gentlemen great
success, and hope that the energetic pro,
prietor of the Express may realize for his
excellent parper unlimited prosperity.
Tus RUBtAL SOUTHERNER -We have
received the first number of this excellent
paper . It is in quarto form. Judging from
the quality of iffatter and its style of
execu ' n, we think the Rural Southerner
must become very popular.
AWFUL BLAsPHIEMY.-Exchange papets
state that radical preachers pray for the
dissolution of President Johnson.
We should pray that he be strengthened in
'wisdom and power to withstand his enemies.
THE RAILROAD AGAIN.-It is within the
province of a local paper to notice every
thing transpirin'g around it, whether of good
or evil ; but it is incombent on such an insti
tuti9n to notice any and every enterprise that
Is for the public good Hence, we allude
again with pleasure to the work of' repairing
Our Ra'lroad. DR. B S. JAMEs, the Lessee,
is at present in New York, whither he wen t
partially on business connected 'with, the
Road. During his absence, our enterprising
fellow-townsmn. Mr. JOsEPH CREWS, 1S
conducting the business of the Road in his
stead, and we learn is pushing things ahead
rapidly. The cars will run regularly afte~r
this week to Jalapa, and it is hoped will be
running through to Newberry soon. We are
requested to say to the public,. that more
timber is wanted-cross-ties, stringers, &c.,
Let every one put their shoulder to the
wheel, and give a push altogether.
We are requested to say further, that
freight for this District, arriving at Newber,
ry, is and will be brought promptly through.
MEVJANCHOLY . - A young lady named
SxAu OwENs, residing near Spring Grove,
in this District, was found dead, hanging by
the neck, on the moruing of 9th inst. It 1s
supposed, we learn that she took her own
ife in a fit of mental abberration, though no
indication had been given by her of sucth an
Intent ion, and her friends know of no cause
that would have prompted such a fatsl act.
Such occurrences are always melancholy,
but in instances of' this kind, it is more than
ordinarily sad, from the fact that it is afe
ruale. We deeply sympathize with her famn'
Mr. E. 8. Coppock ofrs inducements in com.
promising with debtors. This is very fair, and
all should use their best efforts to come forward.
Our business firms are being pushed for liquida
tion of old claims, by Northern creditors, and it
is but simple justice and honesty that all who
can, should pay a portion of their indebtedness.
THE BIBLE SoCIETY.-An adjourned
meeting of the Newberry District Bible
Society Wras held on Sunday night in the
Lutheran church. An eloquent address was
delivered by Rev. J. P. Smeltzer, and many
members added to the society, which gives
promise of a greater future usefulness in this
KILLED BY LIGHTNING.-Three valuable
mules and one horse, the property of our
townsman H. H. Blease, were instantly
killed on last Thursday by a stroke of light
ning, while sheltering from a sudden storm
under a tree, on his plantation. This is a
severe loss to Mr. Blease, and we sympatbi-e
with him, as will the community in this
singularly unfortunate loss.
IMPRovEMENTS.-The march of improve.
ment ,we are proud to note, goes steadily on.
The business portion of Main Street, recently
destroyed by fire, is being rapidly rebuilt,
with handsome and commodious stores.
The sound of the bricklayer's tools, and the
scientific tap, tap, taping of the carpenter's
hammer, malke merry music. Vive la
THE FALL TRADE.-Our streets from day
to day present a lively appearance-wagons,
filled with cotton, and produce of all kind,
traverse the thoroughfares, conveyances,
bearing the lighter portion of creation here
and there, where the handsome supplies of
"goods, wares and merchandize" are tempt
ingly displayed, and the many pedestrians
on foot in search of thines u.eful and orna
mental, make up a picture at once attractive
FInE LooKING.-We noticed a load of
cotton (6 bales) last Saturday which for
neatness in the packing and baling we
imagine hard to excel, and on enquiry found
that it came from Mr. J K. Schumpert, and
was bought by Mayes & Martin. On ascer
taining from whose hands this cotton came
our surprise was lessened .from our knowledge
of the man, and that everything he does is
well done. We would like to see more of
such good looking, compact. c:ean bales
come in, certainly it would be better for the
farmer in the certainty of commanding good
prices. We never saw handsomer bales of
cotton before and give our friend J K~
Schumpert all praise.
CHURCH MEETING -The religiou4 meeN'
ing whiccrfmeiiccd oi samra.?y-~ctti, t
Beth Eden church, terminated a very in,
teres tiug coure Cof eXercises o n las t Thursd ay
At the invitation of the pastor, Rev. J.
Hawkins, the following Ministers of that
branch of the christian church were in at
tendnce, Revs T. S. Boinest. J. A. Sligh
and A. D L. Moser, and Revs Wm Grier
and J. C. Boyd, ofld the Associate reformed
Accessions were made to the church, and the
penitential seat crowded during the meeting.
We are pleased to see and hear of these
union meetings, may they continue till the
whole lump of the christian community is
leavened by the gracious and beasutiful spirit
of brotherly love.
SHOOTING AND ARsON -We learn that on
Sunday night, the family of Dr. Dorroh of
this district were arou'"d by some onie call
ing for Dr Dorroh. O"e of hi, daughters
went to the door, when she was fired upon,
luckily without cifect. Her father coming
out at this time found his barn on fire, arnd
in act of giving an alarm was shot in the
shoulder, dangerously it is believed. An
other daughter then camre out arnd throwing
herself before the fiend ish perpetrator of this
act, besought himi to spare her fa:her.
Threats and violence were given irnstead, andI
she was told to get out of the way or he
wouldi shoot her. Chnging stilt, and sueinig
for mercy, the pistol was pre.entedl and tired
but aigain providentialy missed its moark.
The wouli'be assassin tflcn flied. The barn
was burnt to the grouund.
We learn that Mr.~ Bennett Wallace, of
Laurens District, has been arrested and
committed to jail, supposed to be the per
petrator of the above outrages .
THE ELECTIONs NORTH-Are generally
radical. Hear 0 d Benniet:
The New York~ Herald of Thursday begins
an editorial on the results of the recent
elections as follows :
The results of the late elections aIre
poitive,ly sublime. They reaffirm the high
intelligence which prevades the Northern
States, and their immovable purpose to re
establish the Union on a solid foundation.
The demonstrate the correctness of our
esLonates of the moral sigiificauncy and pres
sure of the Maine election of September
and the inevitable solution of the vital
question of reconstruction.
COTrTON -Au exch ange remarks that few
persons think how much money even a short
crop of cotton will yield the South this year
at present prices. Estimating the crop .at
1,500.000 bales, which is about what it will
be, at si30 per batle, abant a fair average
price, the crop will produce $195 000,000 and
vield the Goverunent a tevenu- of~ $22 000,
000 This sum diffused amorng all branches
of trade and business, will greatly relieve
the present dull, hard and stringent times.
The cotton money will soon beg in to circus
late, we hope.
Cholera, it is said, seldom attacks boy.s
Their minds are so constantly engaged in
robbing orchards, playing6 "howv many il es,"
and other important amusements that they
hae no time to talk or thin1E about it.
I New Advertiementa
It will be seen that our energetic and talented
young townsman. Dr Sampson .Pope, Aaent,
as opened a fresh and choice stock of drugs,
nred:cines, chemicals. perfumiry, etc., -at Mr
Robert Stewaits Store.:coruer Caldwell and
Main ste. He will be ound at the a bore stand
until his new Drug House, on Main St., is com
pleted, when he will open a most extensive and
recherche stock of goods.
Messta. Abrams, Ex'ors.-We Invite attentirn
to the notice of sale, advertised by these gentle
men, to take place on the 7th November. next
consistint of lat.d, cotton, mules, hogs, cattle
sheep. corn, fodder, wheat. oats, wagons black
smith tools, household and kitchen furniture
etc. etc., etc.
WI-keman k Wilber-Grocers, commis
sion merchants and p oduc. dealers, have or
band a fine assortment of goods in theirJine
and which are added to weekly, for sal(
Legal Notice-Messrs. Summer and Spearmat
have tormed a partnership for the practice o
Law in Newberry and the adjoining districts
Tax Collector--The friends of Jos. W. Hil
announce him as a candidste for the ofie o
Tax Collector, Newberry Dist., for the ensainj
That well known house, the Pavilion Hotel
Clarleston, will not be discontinued, becauese o
the death of its late estimable host. It will b
kep'open with its accustored excellence.
Divine Service may be expected at candle-ligh'
Thursday evening at the Associate Reformed
Capt W. H. Webb's store is now one of th
centres of attraction. He is selline out at cos
in order to change his business.
Z. L. White, the "model artist" in the line
making and repairing, guns, pistols, etc., has
card in to-day's paper.
J. B. E. Sloan-General Commission mer
chant Charleston. We take p'leasure in callin
special atteition to this gentleman.
Lovelace and Wheeler-Are now opening nei
goods. which are worthy of notice as to qualit
Mr. M. Foot advertises a select stock of Dr
Goods. Clothing and GrocerieQ, at' livingprices.
Laud tQent-W. H. Harriugton and otheri
Jacob Stern advertises something worth knoR
Spectaoles Lo4 -R. Stewart? Find then
somrbodv, and rest';re them.
Notice to TrespaQsers-Elizabeth Coates.
Equity Notices-S. .Jhnstone. C. a. N D.
S-er:ff'.- Sale- W. Y. Houseal.
Est.ate Notice-r. Fl. Cromer, Ad'mr.
New erry Depot-Burr.J. Ramage, Agent.
The French Minister has protested. agair!
Tui key ceding any ports in the Gulf of Ena 1
the U S., or ussia.
New corn is selling, in Anderson, at 75 to
c-nts per bu:,he!, cash in currency.
MARIi.D, at C oss tii;l. on the 11th inst., t
tht Rv. Mr. Wilbanks, Mr. ALPa D ANc
formerly of Ala.. to Miss SUNiNK IENDERSO
daughter of the late Jessie Henderson, o' Lac
W a have received a nice piece of the Weddnt
cake, and wish the wedded pair may reach ti
acm.- of domestic happiness
DIED, inl the town of Newhert , on ti
3rd. of Octo,ber.of A poplexy. Ma~s LoDolsi
F , wife or Mr. N~. B Knox, aged 39 yea;
and 8 monthe.
.I is .eldorn that we are enlled to no'il
such deep affietion as the surviving memhe
of- this heres ved faiy.m experi-fnce. RB
a few wee'kSs ) Mrs Johis, the be'o .4
to i,-aven. Follo witg quick ff her -rm
mother and preceeding hy but a few day
her mother,spassed away the yount, swt'
life of Auqar, Ida, the youngest daughte
Wit!, tears still vet utp. her check thle i
hand of death is laid upon the mother. at
the heart ot- the sorrowing father b-ei
afresh am a herenived hbtban. Mre Knr
wa, a consit(tent membie"- f the Methodi
Epicopal Church, and her life was adoru
by at upright. wa'k. [n her domestic at
social relanions she was~ quiet, unobtrusi
an:l kind, a tnder, loving companion,
genle. affectionate parent, a warm at
ardent frien I, The heart sorrows at su'
poignant affiction and the tear of s.ympati
fals at the three fold breaking of thi. h;p1
family circle, by which so many tender ti
have been severed. A hu-band and thr
children are left to weep, hut through tl
eft clouds there shines a beyond where so
rows arc uniknown, and parrings never felt
Mrkets correctel weekly by Mayes and M:a
tin-currency pi ices.
Baging, G unny, per yard,.......... ... 42 a4
Dunidee, " ..-------- ---
Bale :.ope, NI nilla, per lb.............330 to 3:
S a Hemp-.... -----.... 25 t3
Plough .steel, per lb.,.. ...- ..... ------- .1
H. S T rou,...... ...-.----.... ....... 1 2 to:]
sweede Irn.........-......----------- ..-.
N ~ails,.......-------.-. -. ----. -----------.-. -'''
Blue Stor.e ..........------------.--.-------.
Coffee, l 0,-..-. -------------.- -.---.- -.----- '-'
. , viya,.... ......-.....
Sugr Brown, .....-------------..-.----.--. 2.
R efitned......................----- ---- .'1
Rice, ... . . ..---.--------------- . -. -----
Sait, Liverpool-....-....-.----------------- 4
(he se .-- --- ---- ------ -
Mackerel, kits,.... ... ....-.------.-----...
Cand les. Adaman1iite,...--....-.--------.-..
Moses, sorghum, ..-....----- .
S Cuba,... .........--..--..----..-.--.l
Corn,..............--- --------- .------ .
Meal... ..............-.-.-..---...---.----------. 2.
Gold.., .................----- ---- --- -
Produce! Market--Wa gon Price.
Butter, per pouno,.... ..------.------.-.-.
Beef, ". ----. ---------. . .....10 to
Bacon,.".----. --------------.... ... o
Eggs, per doz ,............--.-------.
Four, per bbl ....--.---.-.-.----------6
Lard, p.erpound,......-------.--.------ -.
Peas. per bushel, .........-------.-.--.- ..
NEwBERRY, Oct. 10-.-Cotton. -The Co
ton . arket, during the week just elow'
was buovant and active. Market close
firm, at 33tc.
COLxUBI, Oct. 16.-Cotton 17 to 5
gold, 26 to 32, currency. Corn $1.55 1
.6 per bushel. Flour $12 to l8 per barre
NEW YORK, October 15.-Noon.-Gol
51. Exchange 107. Cotton very firm,
42 to 44. Flour and provisiOns steady.
7 P. Mi.-Gold not. Flour steady,
$11.04 to 16.60, for Southern) , sales of 4'
barrels. WVheat 1 to 2c. better. Corn 2,
tetter. Oats 1 to 2e. he tter. Pork quiet
ales at $3~6.5O. Cotton v'ery firm, with salb
f M0 bales; middling 42 to 44. Molas
sready, with stiles of 3r0 hogshealds. Spirn
turpenti e 70 to 71. Rositi firm, at 25.
BALTIMORE, October 15.-Four very firn
Western $12.75 to 13.50. WVheat stead;
C'rn anid oats firm.
Ew ORLEANs, October 15.-Cotic
higher-sales of 1,400 bales, at 38 to 39
MOBILE, Ocber 15.-Cotton sales,
da , 300 bales ; middlhug :39 to 40 ; low mi
.n:-- o-r. M,.1et er-y hard.
N WBEflRY. LSC
I have now on hand and for,
sale, a full and well-selected
. &c. &c., &c.
.c : W hich I will sell at
a living price.
We are now receiving and opening np
our Winter Stock of Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots, Shoes, IatQ, Notions aind fancy
D goods all of which we expect to sell as low
a9 any other House in the up Country.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
9 By virtue of undry writs of Fieri Facias. to
me directed, I will sell, on the first Monday -
o in Novermber next, before the Court House door,
within the legal hours of sale. one tract of land,
contaiuing 136 acres, more or le-s, bounded by
lands of Sarah Fellers. S. H. Fellers, Sarab Bobb
, and others, at the suit of H d and J' P. Ki.
nard vs. 1'. McNeil.
Also. 18 acres of land. more or less, bounded,
by lands of Daniel Suber and others, ar the suit
o+ John F U tymph vs. Jico'b Felker ferms of
Wate. cash W M., W.. UiUSEAL, S.3. b. -
Sheriff's Office, Oct. ,6;1866.
The undersi:ned have formed a partnership
for the ,r,nc ic' of Law.
Busiress entrusted to us. in Newberrv and ad
; joining Ditrict,. will be pr )rnptly attended to.
,, Offic at ewberrY V 1
HENRY STiM R. ' WIL.TAM I. SPFARM&N.
Oct 17 3mo.
Y. RY order of the Ct,urt of Equity, we will
, rent at Newberry Court House. st public suo
tion, cu sale d,zv in November snext, the lands
of H on J B. WNen l, deceased, for one year.
Terms of .ale cash W. H. H AIRHI.\ G ON.
ie J. O (CALDWELL,
A. T. REESE,.
-Oct 17 3 .- .Executors.
iA Heavy Pair of Gold Fr'<me Spectacles
Sliding Framed-one gla." somewh-it loose in
rframew. A suitable rewaird will'be p -id the fibder'
by lea,ving them with [R. ST EWA WiT
Oct 11, 1866. 0 17 2
it SPECIAL NOTICE.
Ibhereb'y;givefnotice that from an~d after this
dato.. no r:rson .or...persons will be adlowed to
fre.ps< on-inyretnlise for the purpf)se of tinnt
ing, fishia'r or p:undering.
Oct. 17 3 EL IZ ABET H COATES.
Is1 Oct. int h,.1866.
iFROM and after this (d ite Freight in no
in'.ance wvill he. del ivered a! this A !:eney
until the chIarget' a re pid, e'IIt y Con
sine willi he ch:irge'd st orat.e af ter one
week, and vitiiers aifter tw. dayvs.
By order of the President.
BURR J RAM AGE,
iOct 17th. Agent.
J. B. E. SLOAN,
General Comission Mechen~
' BROW N.i oO'S W HA RF,
Charleston, S. C.
Tenders hi- 'ee rives for 'hF ..;.~
an;iid othrb Io Pemi- e, -n s d !.'- h. p orreb ;.-e
R~ fe'fer- to May;.vs &S. biarfl:, und V( o .;
Smith. Newbei:rv,C. II.; Tho-).. Do!n I)nyi
11Oct. I *ath, 1 8t;. 4 -im
N OTIC? --..There will be re'igi'ms service in
the Associa e 1Reformed Chiutch. .hlbursday eve
.inirg. at Caiidl-i;;ht. All ate juvited to attend.
W. kIlLL as a suitab!e.cauii(idate ior die oflice
ot Tax ('ollector, for the en~fsune term. .az.d
oblige lNEWB1E RY..
oMESAns EDIOFts-P!eace annIIounce Mr.
JACOB KIBLER~ as a c:;udidate for the of,~
'fee of Tax Coe'ctor, tor the en-uing term,
as in every re,pect.-qualified and, worthy of'
the offl -e, kind oblige OLD 1[IES.
CMESSRS. EnDToRS.-Yo'l will please an,
2nounce FiHOM AS H' CROMER as a candi,
date for l'ax Collector Newberry District at
,~the next election.~ MOLLO HO N,
SMESSRs. EDITRs: Please annonee DR.
C1ARlrFON. H 60NDLEY, as candidate
t-for Tax C<llector, of Nea lerry District, at
~,the next election, and oblige
MESSRS. ICDIToR5 :-Yoni wil please an
nonce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate fori
oSheriff of Newberry District, and oblige
.April 4, 14. 'MANT FRIENDS
The friends of Capt. THTOS. ;:. PAYSIN
CER respectfully noindite him as a suiit.able
candidate for Sheriff of Ne w berry Distriet.
0Messrs. Editors-By nominating Mr.
Daniel B. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax
Coletor of Newberry District, you will
oblige his inany
July 4 WARM FRIENIDS.
MESsaS EasTOns : You ill please~ an
nIouIce J. D. SM IT H. as candid1te fr the
office of' Tix Collector, Nt'wberry di'trict
and oblige MANY I-RIENDs.
MExssRs Em)ross :-You will oblige the
friends of MR. WV. J. LAKE., by nomninnt
in g him i is a can,didlate for Sheriff of New
1 A. 11 14 WBRRRY.
WI'SKE. MAN'& WILIER,
ommisslon Merchants and Pro
- 4duce Dealers,
Keep on handSiGA
fC%onsiiting of -
Crushed, Powdered, Granulated an
Extra Coffee, Sugar
Soap, Larc,Sp .* ";
Soda, Cknd s,
Bacon, by- te tr
Hams, very fii
Bbls., ht bbis. qutTtt , S
[aekereL ";-. r- '4 A
Choice Teas-Green a -"
Flour, Rice,'Meai d ad GI " ;.
FRESH GOODB AEIUYTWilCIWIU
Of Standard quaiu =
POFR &AI& AT L4WK
.. NTWBET~ .
Special attention ie cal4e tq our ne
;oshen Butte. -.9 :r. iy
Z. L. W 'iWFE, ls .
NEWBERRY S00 -
n , Anpon bces ct e _'
genealy thit be-ba on a eat
o be found 3a the Suultbern r 4> . ,
- - .10 , -
a complete and waanted she
ut all kinds of amnmauioP, *h .
ntb e et lirr~~w.
ontema iea .0All kiuds of(IUD r"
We will sell, onW -24'
vember next all of the .
vecessed, cou?s'Ihg oft*
viz:- - -
Fice fireM&es, -~.> 3y:.
bix .lad o Alogs y. ! ;tPuu
Corn. Fodder , , .
31 -e w~!
One Set Blaphsmih h ol,bl*A~
cen Furmiture, anftk
d i.u o meou o. -'~4 ~ I
Terma made kBoWn en L ~
w(.Ud do wellt co
of ale. Ttre pfantaisu frnde'~85
god dwelling ad: giiA.oi~ .QWtIO v
ter all coureient, jad~ .al oer mS
Oct 17 44 3 e sto
Enquire the prices in althe ' ei
come to JACOB S,TERS . ng,au . t
or out. J. Stern ill aE eIiA rthak shyr
o her s!bre. You Mrant t e y'etr don
ev Come h.ee! No humbng. OrIim
a showin, and he W1il seFs
College of OJhaFleetOI,4OMa.^
TIlE F A(CULT'Y OP 1FHE-#AGE
ChrI-sons would MegebRyJafote:pi
rnj- and guardi~anof~ on nii
tairon-.. -of obtaiuing~ a C~lgat 4cfI~
r h ar th ik Ensriintion ha s beep itpaodwn
hr very fWvor-aNo a uQp'es aB&t avgfeSIy
reuc1.rt or titO:tha~ tei &M which
m e on I:v-FiorY DQLLani P&a E Aenpars
ale qI1rttmiy studeggsrQ the inrtt
can1 o.tAn heard a.trebasea tetf 1f
C ivdidater fo1 aUtiisio Into teby?re
manIT Class mausibbenbtb tgaatgpt&
gihb the w o( #r Cole .
ViriI, CicerQ' &le1~ ratzoAA, ai~
Thy riu.tt alo -~ossa &CetS
ute knowed e of the bU Greamai
Prosody. '' i
lI GieektheywIfl 1 be
a thiorugh knowse
Grammar Ant-hn's on
tion ofJacobst Greek Resattier 4It
books Qf erXeopbout Anahbasis e t
bokof Home r's4Vlid.. . .
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expec'I to idcrde Arfthmel fftiun
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Squre and Cube Boots Young'a A
throughSinpA0 fu. ,%*U &.lit
books of Legendre's Geometry. * .
Ge 'gri phy. both. Apcient aud. Ed~ifer
will be the subjectof adrgld DtIdon.
N. B -STUDENTS WILfr$3 AlumEEN'
A PATIAL CounSa DrON8rSCIAZ.- ML
CATION. -- -
P ACU LTL.
N R MIDDLETON, LL. D. President
fessr of L')gt,i Politica'l . om.*
te Evidenees of Chridabt nd 3sy
Profesor of Mora and PoIl:.ihSose
Re. J.s W. ILES, 4 . Pfessr 0 h
Latin and Gree~k Lan g asand LiterWa2
and of Rornan and Gre AuqISIS
LEWIs R. GIBRES, N. D.. *I.O4
tronomy, Physics and-4eS
Jomi .McCEADT, A. x,.Profueo of0 i
F. PoRCuER A . N., Profess'er f isWry,
Ancient asn6 Modern. Beihoffe, Belea L*s
ter, Enisir Compod4lion and El0cadOn.
F 8. HOLMES. A. x , Pro@6OWor G6eology
Paeontrology aind Zoology, and ua
of the Museum.
LE WISLR.GBBES, R.LD.
Oct. 17 322t.___
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Crcomer, aeoeased, are notided:end z~ted to
make paymenit on or ef the drMat J*ar
liex s'a settlement wWl ~ umd on-said edta
soona sfer that tit0.- 1% a. 0kk
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