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Joiu&e arP.e disfranchi,edation l
Htels ColtatS. C.
A tosrna men ad l oes o
ar~onte 10 oloinet eember next.
Igh '. fee Sobtes, d Tkets J Poe
Th ouwing toenak Crtin theoex
ries tlhroughout theUite taes with
thaed obaacere last "w s to eson,
* ittaeeh pfAraneet-Msr...
Jonr anC. rmnG. entGredgo Ntna
la credist o f the commmninL.eUitte
ae stthe otwn gentllegredro asw
foo w.are .isar, in thde Y.iddloe.
The young men's Christian Associ
ation throughout the United States and
canaa observed last week as a season -
- ofspecial prayer.
John C. Fremont i.s entitled to the
credit of being the first man in t.he Uni
ted states not generally regarded as a
rat ...ka .....em1 kie knie in ihn mir1r114
The trial of Mr. Davis commences on
Monday, at 11 o'clock. At that boor be
higsielf in custody of the Uni
States hal, and it is believed
l ,will bailed from day to day,on
h ve'ogninee. Abo t-ileen
vwsiumpioned for theGovern
d i lu -g J me. A. Sedion, late e
r resry btWar, fnd Gen.
J nstd. is etated tl
Mr. Davis will be tried on a new indict
ment to be made by the Grand Jury c
bere. Gbief-Justice Chase and Judge
Underwood will arrive on Monday.
Me'srs. Chandler and Evarts, of the prose- a
eaflot aiad-t6O1nner-and- Shea, of-de" r
fence, will arrive to-morrow.
Gxan LODaE A. F. M. oF Souvn CARO
L.UA.--At the anuual communication of I
this Lodge, held at Masonic Hall, in
Charleston, on the 21st, the following
officers were elected and installed to
eervefor the ensuing year :
James L. Orr, Grand Master; Jas. Con
ner, D. '.;; A. Dotham; S. G. W.;
James McCullough, J.- G. W- ; H. W.
Scbroder, G. T; R S..Burns, G. S.;
J. K. Piekett, G. Q.; B. Rush Campbell, 1
G. L.; S. W. Maurice;E. Bates,S.G. D.;
O.P. Towaad, I. W. Angel, J. G. D.
P. K. Coburn, G.IL;John Corty, G. P.;
S Burk, C. T.; G. X. Jordan, W. T.
MIller, G. S.: t
-in* Mrnotst Cntacft-We are re
quested .to say, that the Rev. V. A.
Sharp, ba- been holding -religious ser- .t
icees at ZionWalnut Grove and Rolling t
Mill. Methodist Churches, -and, at the
above.three churches, one hundred and<
twenty '*persons, liave recently becomne i
members. There is a very pleasing and g
extensive religious feeling now prevall- h
iag4athe eountry churhes of our Dis
triet, among the various denominationi b
o Christians. It is.a great consolstion
to know, thiat, amid- the strife and tur- I
'ioils of bur political affairs, that the
people are. tniing to God,- who alone t
is able to help in time ofseed.
ZRAT HAlrs Mr.uoa or Tzctm.-We c
mentioned a few days ago that the-. job
offices of this city were. making a good
thing Qf it printing 500,000 tickets for
the adicar party; It seems now that p
the indicalmnanagers, while they-advaticed
t~he money to pay for the ticketW bad
dttef#epos' a speculation. - A gentle!
can arho tame from St. -Stephen's yere 1
tydsymaya tiht they imada etch negro j
voer pay ten cents for his tickat. It
that plan is carried out atall the country
te pcation will prove very
. ta*-Gble.=-CharlestOrq ercary.
- rees'a5e Dosos.-Sweet oi as
maiotMe for poiso., -A %oison-of any
'_ ecito and-dege ep
asbenswallowed, inten- ~
acedebt, uiay be rendered
iqtly imriesby swaflowing two
gifevseetmiL. Artindividuat'with a
ery .stroug- constituta sheld. take t
twrisht eantity-: This~il wil: aeu
tae every fore of .eegetable w.~min
ossil with wbieb~ physicians and ~
lit Smae Pena.va fe tit .anings- ago, -
two )prigtly yonge. stationed them.
selves at.the door.witi wmbreUas up and t
wi tg.he crowd. It was a.ine, clear
6ha.ace driesehed t& ooesand'
ieefa 16h warnng :beU saebes of
bandir were *enmt eat coats gere but-t
iaat ein eeL-at *es talen .up,
mril.qpte ; ngenber icmained ini .th
be'etanmg to.come ont op accoapt of
pEsdsS-dhep e o: the Conen
tin There slika-lE st icabtprb
WIeb be*id ME'veu7ynegt who' $etedr
Fom Chester (i H., between 'Joshua
Cater and Wesley Davis, -( which the ji
stAd weutabbed, it is feared'orsy '
i th.breaste Garter was awrested:n
pdijajil. M Dvsalgaccoatar I
ws sg aliva, with but little~ cipopae.. of- <
gey . te4dulty gre'out,.of a t
(arry11 -bi.ch'otfier parties were in
'Theesitemenat .aong- the negroes of I
Rachupend as-ihe suJhjest.of being caught
e$ir fodisgcinn - coationemi They -
how- e~.y that. ftymsedicWstudents,
purpose of greeciring mat:riar for dssec
don. Ycry few are seen m the streets I
afer night,.and'notumore. than-tifty at- I
teded.circus afewtiightsag , while
prentfr.. nadsbr ybe
A preattletterfimm Glasgow says that
altough the peic.nCeetten Is nearly as
lw as ,twas befotre the war, thoee is no
demsand for goods, and the usanufactur
ersaras badily off oqr ders, and the
operators for work,.as they were ip 185'7.1
He adds : "Thereis more ~starvatipn in
Glagow sad its~ niighborhood just now
tan any time for ten years past."
meteting of "Kersha'w's Bilgalle Charita
ble Associatin" will be.held in this city,
on Wednesday evening, December the4th,
when an address will be delivered by
Gen. M..Bonham. Old members or the
command are invited to connect them- 1
selves-wda the organisation.-Phenix.
Parson Martin, a colored man from
Pensylvania-a preacher, school t&ach
er- and candidate to the Convention
was arrested in Roxboro, N. C., last
week, for stealing -money fronm a North
ern man, a personal friend of the ambi
tious parson, politcian and thicf.
The Nw orcTiuesaes that
the "latest returns form Minnesota, em
bracing 35 counlies, give nearly 900 ma
jority against negro suffrage, and it is bg
no mieans certain that the returns to
co'ine in will ev4ircome this advantage."
'A Chicopece youth, iesiding in Auburn,
N. Y., tried to murdei-- a young lady
who would not receive his addresses~the
other day. He asked her to play the
piano, and shot her while her back was
Mormendom expects a large influx of
Englishmen next Summer. Brigham
Young is taking means to procure passI
age money for them, and of course will
Generals Sickles and S-ott have been
mustearerd out of scrvie.
Ox isa Bsit .--An unfortunate editor,
is.related: became martial, and was
reated capta i.:: On parade, inst ed of
two paces is front-advance I" he on
onsivsly bawled out, "cash-three ,
ollra-a year-advance 1" t
It was on the brain, poor fellow, he a
nuld not help it. a
To-morrow (Thursday) being set apart t
s a day of Thanksgiving, Divine Service t
,ay be expected InSt. Luke's (Episcopal) i
hurch at 11 o'clock. A sermon suitable.
> the occasion will be reached by the
Lev. J. Maxwell Pringle.
The congregations of other. Churches I
rhich may be closed Are invited to at- c
A Nice PaEsEN,T.-lf you want to make
n acceptable Christnas present, and one t
bat will not cost much we will tell, you I
rhere to go to carry out that intention. I
'all on-Wren & Wheeler, photographic
rtists, and have your picture taken.
To more suitable prese-it can be made,
haa a likeness such as these gentlemen
an take. - i
DuEgAx TocAcco.-We are indebted
> Capt. W. H. Webb for a vample of
his brand of smoking tobaceo, and having
lied our pipe several times since with
t, ardpufled at our leisure,-find it very
ood, capital, fine. It is put up in neat
oxes, a,mauch better style than the little
omespun bag so comm6n now-a-days.
t has another_ merit toQ, (that is the -
)a;-t's Durham,) for he sells it cheaper
han others. If you like good smoking, 1
ry some of.it.
LECnoir REssvL.+-The election passed
if very -quietly, notwithstanding the t
rent rush to the polls on: Tuesday and 1
Vedntsday last. There being no' op
orition hgrwever to the red republican
icket, this result was expected. No t
rlite vote was cast at the town precinct. t
be whole rote 'cast in the district, is
69,-about,80 of which were white,-the
at black and all for conventior. The r
edticket- backed with the magic words -I
r conveton" was -irresistible. Lee S
rance and'Jh Henderson, colored, re
ectivelyr.eeeved 105 and 1561 votes,
hile the white candidate, 0. Duncan,
eeived 1579 !otesI.
'A Novnke-Pisas.a'--Aong 'the 1
vertisemnenis of this week.is one with I
e heading in flaming characters of "Im- li
urtint Personal MIovement,":and the I
lih'ten2dedi o be conveyed by It- is d
at ag,cenimole3'ent i bfooL t. is I
soremnent ini which all persons are In, t
restetd,an4.therefore arery interestt
g novemnt, tad bcsides the adver t
s.er, a. moving man, df 'consid&eable t
s:re in.the bkn'iness world, thinks' it a a
ine in:4e ight direction. itiseonfi
eptty expected.that the spirit-wilt move- I
e peophb to visit Tarranda establish. r
snt on Nol obon Row,7a Eerehe and his
imug assistants will - pu4h alonig -keep
iovg for their especial~ benefit and~
aisfatioh, in~ this important personal
govmentf-s~iig gooda for cash, as
~PaiedexA OrLk$xa.-Calisth e r
Kwas lied,lastnight, iith a
Ighg ' t'e'anlee, fo*witness
e second .exhibitIon -o this beabtiful
forkoart .--Or citiieanahould abW fail
i vist this panoram~a, t6 see Colum~bia
it.was. Th prce of dmission is nly
ftcentp.,and you; will get anplys. re-)
r or the inetaaent in the~mqsic
irislied each nigbL,-Chr6nicfe.
After i~sesful seriei(of exhlibitions
i the city of G. lunbia, the-proprietors
f this' beaittiful .:oving piwing are
sighe rounds of some of the uppet'
i,rc.andre are informed will give
e citimus of this. piiea athe opporta
ity of- witnessin:f it, some thae -ne'xt
eek. We adsisethem to.be pirepared
r it. - - -
Tsi.anues' -FAI; agreeable 40 an
oneement, was insegurwIted on lihurs
lay evening last, and agre'eable Iie-x
etatlin was a fair soccess hrughout,
d ended on Saturday, after consider
ble eclat We did not go through- the
rhole course, butirn that its -conduct
ras admirable, giving mnuch satisfaction
te many visitors who thronged the
oms, and -reflecting, no little credit on
ih fairiladinof the Fair. In a word
he whole afair waseonducted very fair
r as a Fair. The edibles. prepared to ~
lkte the appetite were good enough for
nf bdy, of a character to sOit epicurean
astes, and in the greatest abundance. i
he concert too was a marked feature, a
~rand amateur treat 'for music 'lovers.
e lear.i that1he net proceeds are some
ing over two hundred and seventy dol
irs, a very flattering evidence of the
herality of this community who have
ieen 'called' upon. so often of late for
imilar aids.- 1
WBIsTI.ING Gnus-Show' me a girl<
rho will dare whistle in these days when- <
verything natural, even to the hair of 1
tour head is at a discount, and Il show
ou a girl who can be- depended upon,
n who will not fail you in .timie of
,eed, and will give you the'true 'hearty a
rasp, the cordial hand shake, the warm,(
enune welcome, notip of -the kid glove, q
id a cold "how do you do ;" who can
rave danger, look toil in the face with
ut shrinking, "langh with those that- .1
ugh, and weep wiTh those that weep," 1
s well as whistle; who can, in short, ..
ake the world as she finds it, rough andt
gged, not go through lire as though
he were walking on eggs and afraid ofs
racking a shell; who deals in substance,
Cltivate the whistle girls by all
neans, Nhe oracle has spoken. Don't I
rceit however, let it be natural; if you
iave music in your souls let it out in a
rhitle, if not keep it in, else you may
ase some young unweary swain to
Tan SBAsoN.-A more charming autumn
re do not remember. The forest trees hate
ot yet lost their beautiful attire, nor has
be air grown bleak and unfriendly, To-day
Iltbn,We yet etjoy the lovely Indian Slim
ser, with its purple, damask -And . gold,
s lights, shadows and perspeetive, Its In %
igorating atmosphere and genial warmth.
ntsh, it Is a mere - transition,. a kaleldo.
copic move, an hectic flash as it were,indic
tive of the decline of the vegetable world,
nd dose of the solar year, for to"morrow
he frosts of death will overlie the earth, and
be "sweet breathed violets" be hid away
.h-tomb of winter.
The close of the year is suggestive of
bangs. It is "thh shadow of the parting
our," in which hopes and fears alternate.
knd to the poor, Infirm, aged and home,
Bss, is it peculiarly sad and painful ; asso
lation-are broken up, hopes are crushed,
rant obtrudes, and cares press upon hearts
batgrow faint with daily strife.
Let us be admonished by the withered
tsf, that time flies, and now is the season
r kind words and gentle deeds; for,with "a
ew more smiles and tears, joyful greetings
ad abrupt farewells," we too !shall all
ave done with the "busy map of life."
REMxsEn.-The Sale of H. I. Blease's
'aluable and highly cultivated farm, with
ii appurtenances for successful firming,
rill take-place on next Tuesday, the 3rd
f December. It will be to the interest
tall wishing to invest to be there. Bar
ain huntcrs are also invitedl to attend.
We bad the pleasure yesterday of a visit
rom our Wiend C. G. Jaeger, of Laurens.
fr. J., had just returned from a visit to
harleston, where he attended the late and
ceedingly pleasant session of the Grand
dge of the Masonic Fraternity.
ADV ERTISL' G PEoPLE.-SayS the Boston
>ost ,."people who advertise are smarter
han those who don't; better tooking,too,
ine in ten. This is natural, if not logi
al. Advertising is an indication of in
elligence, and intelligince is one of the
ending elements of good looks. At all
vents the world believes ir -those who
dvertise, and. it plants its-dollars in their
Pockets. Such are live. people; and. in
bese live days nobody, wants anything
o do with any but your live men and
romen. Our advice to everyb'ody-ex
ept in matrimony-is to_ advertise. It
s sure to return largely, increase- your
eputation as a business man, make hosts
f friends, and add to - the number of
brend and sensible people in the world,
which.there has never yet been an
Yea viiin and ofa truth, thi Post'is
orrect. We can .now account 'et* .the
prightly intelligence, good looks,' amia
itlityand prosperity of our merchants,
i the fact that they all advertise,- and
bevrly too. We hear complainta erse
rhere of business being dull,,nothing
ing, witfi fears of collapsing, breaking
p, andall-thait,-and why is-it ? Because
he men arbo thus complain- belong to
Ie tikaid arder, they haveno mere nerve
han's wet rag, -o a wifted paperi collar,
bey advertise but little and then only in
n Oceasional spp.mo-iid way, and hence
bey su,eeed little or not at all. ,As* our
a~ circulates, extonsively, and, aB
eah njot a few of' these "dlull. regions,"
r freely e'xtend the advice to look, over
L broad columns and follow the example
four wide.awake Newberry merchants.
'e genetal reader also will behlenefltted.
ylooking onerth attractive diplays,
>r ledthe endless variety: presented it
rHl probe wondirful If some thinig does
ot trike his particular flint.- "Bread
sat upon the' watel-s.
Sl(e,It4e atonishinlg that the ad
ice of old- Toay -Yeller to "beware of
itders* is not 'followed more faithfully.
td the menchosly story of the' fllow
sho 6nwpeTy~took- up' rith a widow, and
G~ermote lisane man
-The reason a plain one
HoB's taken a wife.
Thi widow, so fair,
Trim anid so slenderly,
Took himin snarer
Where ras bis father?
Where was his-mother?
*Whseewas his pister?.
'Where was his brother?
Or was there-no sharper one
- Stillthan another.
Folr the bleak winds ofMac
He cares not a stiver,
Bsat his wift's "frowning arch"
Makes h!m tremllle anfd shiver,
Once he looked boldly,
No matter how coldly
Life's currents ran
The gils'he'conf& wiik 'at then,
Smile at and think of them,
like a gay single men;
His miseries now shrink at them
Be wise! wise when you e.
Of such is the kingdom of matrimony :
I hitched my chair close up to her'n,
hemy eyes sWfd shudderingly sod:
"Sally, l'v been hankering arter you
rom the foot of your-sole to the head of
our crown, and I don't care who nose
t. Epluribus onions!"
With that she fetched a screech, and
rter awhile she sez:
"Saly," sez I.*
"Yes" says she, hidin' her face.
"Golly ! ga lory I sez I, "I kin jump a
,en rail fence. Hooray-hooray !",
With that I sorter sloshed myself
on by her and clinched. Talk about
rour night blooming serious ! Oh, my !
Oh, broom straw with sorghum lasses
m em!' EV Sally's, fat*her had'nt hollered
>ut, "It's time for 'de'cent folks to he in
ed;" I dlu believe ljI',taid all nite.
- An annymus pamsphlet frdm Ohio ifi
eniously asse: ts that the n-egro is,. with
>ut a soul, and is a .beast. Rev. .*Mr.
iirardeau, of Charleston, rifutes the
lausible- sophisms 'of the writer in a
iblic discoutse, whereupon one of his
able auditors, remarks: "That he had
card Ariel's book read proving -hin a
east; that he. hdd '~lso heard Mr. Gi
rdeau prove that he was a man, and
hat~'hewas sorry he had heard either ;
or he now was 'uncertain whether he
ras'a mans or a beast."
The Golconda -has sailed for Liberia
ith about 800 emigrants. Most of them
r from Georgia, More would-lhave
one, but for the temptation, whichk the
ranchise and4b -forty -acres delusion
resent to the negroes..
E-President Davis left Cansnada'~ for
BEFORE AND AFTER.-Before the Ohio
election Ben. Wade said :
"You must storm the Sebasopol of
the Almighty and shell Him from His
throne, before the principles of the Dem
ocraticparty can predominate.".
After the - election he became more
profane but less sanguine. Hear him :
"Thie d-d nigger, and the G-d d-d
bonds, have given the State to the d-d
Oharles Dickens arrived in Boston on
Tuesday about 8 o'clock, having been
taken aboard of a chartered tugboat at
Hull, and thus coming in a half hour
ahead of the-Cua.' He was met on the
tugboat by Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jo
stah Quinsy, Mr. Fields, Collector Russell
and his agent Dolby. A large crowd
was assembled on the dock to receive
him, but he drove immediately to his
Miss Antoinette Cline, a beautiful and
highly respectable young lady of Fred
rick, Md., whilst returning to her home
a few nights ago, was brutally outraged
by a negro man, who has been irrested
and committed to jail. There was great
excitement in Fredrick about this dread
The tour ladies killed at Lockland,
Ohio, yesterday, by the rail road acci
dent, are Misses Harriet, Elizabeth, Sarah
and, Rebecca Morgan, of New Orleans.
Charles Jackson, of Boston, lost his life
while'endeavoring to save them.
CncnNNA, November 21.-A. train
ran into an express train, this morning,
on the Hamilton and Dayton Road. The
sleeping car caught fire, add 'four 'ladies
and one man were burned to death.
Nearly the whole train was destroyed.
A gentleman, aged 22, adeertises in
the'Londorr Athefueum-for a companion
du voyage- to Egypt. - This isa new way
to. fraternization, that mildly. suggests
Twelre young men have' been several
ly fined $5 and cost for riding one Jos.
Martin, of Colcheater, Vermont,'on a
rail for marry ing his cousin, a girl of
twelve-years of age.
NArtEs,otember. 2g.-Vesuvius is
sending pillars of fire and. smoke from
the old and new craters. Seven streams
of lava are in full flow.
A portion o :tbe citizens of Pickens
District, should the Convention be held,
will partition for a division of that Dis
trict into two Judicial Districts.
Malc SER, . November 23.-The
Fenians ,Allen, Galt and Larkin.were
hung to-day.. All is quiet.
The Ra4icals are all taking the back
track on the cotton tax question. Col
fax now comes oiitin favdr of its ~eet
.Bote 1L has also brought -his j
mind lbthe same point.
Sait Fauscrsco, November 12.--Tea
shipments are in'excess oftlast year'fuflly
10,000,000 pounds. -
'The.U. S. garrisob at'Atlanta'received
one hundred additiorialsoldiers on Friday
MotmnEn, Nov. 2L-Emilj Pletce
was burned -to death by the explosIon of
'a kerdsene himp.
The Australian cannibals have eaten
Rev. S. Baker, the WVesleyan misionary,'
and six nativ6 Christians.
The Roman Catholic Bishop nf Liver
pool has set all that 'city ;quarrellinig by
preaching aginst'"low-neck" dresse?.
Mrs. -Burdell, of New 'York .morder'
notoriety, 'is the plaintiflin a divorce suit.
MExierL', Noveb21-Te Coven
tion ig.Misissippila~ denbtfuL'
-Whereas,kev. W. Dr Mayfield, who. has
ben aster af this Ghiaxeh, aluco.its- esgani
sat[on In J850, (ceeptthoyear .18, awlbIeb
he tpeaU s. the.Confderate Army,as ,Chap-.
lain4 baa-been invited to-take,charge of -the
Churei i Helena, Arkansasi and whereas,'
be'fet tiui(aa Alwiss anil Soeegn God
dieets lITri tothild, id has with. tis
view tendered his resignation as Pastor of
tiiis Cliurch; BIe it therefore .
1st.Basorvza That the members of this
Church deeply regret that the ties, whieh
have so long bound ps together as ?astor'
and people,1must'now be sundered, but pray
that tiy may have grace to submit 'to. what
-eems the will of their Heavenly Fther~.
2d. Emsorsz, That we rejolce to testify
to the faithThlness and affection with which
our Pastor has discharged the detIes of his
sacre&ofilce, and to.the upihness .of life
which has secured hmtelove and co*i
dence of every mer of'this Church, is
welas the respect and friendship of .the
whole community.- Aso
3d."RBovYan, That w eivsorAs
clation. ofwbich. out, Pastt is moderator,
and,this Church which.he has buls up, will
each sustain a heavy Toes in his, removal.
4th. Raorva, That we commend him
to-the people ofhis new. la as an able'
and eloquen: minister of the as, and as.a
devout and pious Chrisda.'
8th. REssOLvE, That alhough ourl'ao
in his new fid of labor wili be far rmvi
from us in person, we feel that we shall still
bejolned in beaft, and shall over rejoice ia
hope:of 'him in Heaven, wher,e the
grie f will be fet no more
8th. Ra~~u, That a copy ofthese reso
lutions be furnished our Pastor, and the
Church at Helena, Arkanas; that they be
published in the Newberry Herad the S. C.
Baptist, and the Baptist at Memphis, Ten.
nessee; and that- they be reoddon our
Done in Conference, Fairview. Newberry
District, 8. C., November 24th, 1867.
E. P. JONES, Church Clerk,
Nmwasar, November 27,-Co'rroz.-Sales of
the past we three hundred and ftt bales, at
prices ranIgi from 141 a 15.., market
Nzw YoaK, lNovember 26-7 P. M.-Cotton
declined *a 4;sales 1,830 bales, at 17. Mixed
corn 136 God 40 a4
BArLroXoP.. l1ovember 25.-Cotton dull, at
1 a 16,. Plour dull and declining. Corn
aolie-nqw white 1.23 a 1.28; old 1.83 a 1.2;
CBARLsTro, November 25.-Cotton oeed
steady, bat elosed dull and nominal; ale 600
b-l ddIing 164. r.eeipts1*0.
AUoUSTA,.Noeme 25.-Cotnvery dull
and-rre'uar~ sales 864 bales; receipts 856
middlin a5 i.
Tbwe.and d,eelined jd.-uplands8 i-16; Orleans
IvmaPoor., Noveniber 25-Eveaing.-Cottou
losed leavy, irregular and rather. more, doin,
at 1-16 declie; sales 10,00) bales-uplandt 8;
I will sell at the late resid~ence of BEN
SINGLETON, dee'd. -
On Thursday, the 17th-Dec. 1867,
All the person'a1 property belonging to said
de'd.1 consisting of' - -
Terms Cash. M4-E. ,XEMPSON.
Index to New dvertissinents.
The following Advertisements appear today
for the first tifmes Those to be contuned, wl
be found tinder their relpeetive - heads in our
Sloan A Harris Adinin?strator's Sale.
E. S. Bailey-Ladies' Broaches and
Jas. Sloan--Eaecofrt" Notice
Young & Tarrant-.Dissolution.
W. T. Tarrant--Tmportant movemt
cheap for cash.
Wren, & Wheeler-Picture Gallery.
J. T. Peterson-Citation.
Will be sold at the Home Place of Mi
cjah Harris, deceased, on
The 17th of December,
All the personal property of said deceased,
Abut 30 Bales of Ctten,
And a first rate Mill for grinding Neal or
Housebold and Kitchen Furniture.
T1er s bf Sale cash.
LAA. G SAN Ada'
S. C. HARRS,
-N6v. 27 48r34t.
All persons h4vig demands against the
estate of Janett Sloan, deceased, ite hereby
hegnested to render the same - to the :gb.
scriber properly attested, on or before the
tenth day of January pezt, as a settlement
will be made on said estate at'thtime.
JAMES SLOAN, -
Nov. 21,1867. 27-48 S. - - 'or.
The foaowing named gentlemen are naomi
aated- by their respective Meds hr the
varions ofees ment :ind,
For Tax Collector.
3. D' Sun?u
J. W. Cous
Ca. Jon WIryta
Josurn W. HILL
Carr. Gus. Dra? -
Damust B: WEBBLr. -
For the Legislatures
L. . GIST.
Aor Clerk af (ourt.
WarEni F. Jomisotr.
-TRlE Arm known heretofore-as Youn ( &
Trrant was dissolved by mutual consent
on the 21stNovn ss.
W. T. TARRANT.
ecwberryv, s2c.,.Nov. 21, iser. 2' dsti.
THIE dtes and accounts of G. D. Smith,
At., for W.a. Young, and also the notes
and aceounts of Young & Tarrant, are in
my hands. Persons so indebted will please'
call at onace.amd settIe.
. W. T. TA R RANT
Snecessor to Young &t'fsrant.
Nov. 27-48-St -
taving lately purchased r.
Young's jzAterest, and incre:abed
my Stock of Goods, 8iriee the last
abnoucemenlt, in all
:TII 'UlINTR YAIEIBE
-- ~ And since the
Decline in Prices,
I am now able to compete with one and all,
.e1tbir'as to Quality of Goads or Prices,
Oheap as the Cheapest
*The leading specialtie a..
Trimmings, in aulvarieties, patternts
Blankets of at? 'nds,
Boots and Shoes, No. 1 Stock
E. D). Cheese,Makr,
100 sacks Liverpool Salt.
And a fine aisortmenut of
Which latter, I will Sell at
I solicit an -examinatlonl of mny Stocet to
convince the most skeptical tilat wjatI.say
is so.'. . - .
Grateful for the e4liberal tradeefyd
since opening uqd'ertheoldfirm,It~etu
ly ask a couilnuaddn of tlIe same, adwill
spr no efforts- -4 give my friends and the
p e verfsatisfaction.
W.b 'E T TARRAM .
Nov 2048 tf
STATE O'F GOUTH C4EOLINA.
- NEwYnaRY DIsTager.
By 1ohn-TPeeruon5 Ordinary of Newberry
Wherea's,Sam'l S. Sieg has applied to me
for Letters of Admbfaltration on. all and
sgidgkr the goods and -chates rights and
-eredts of.eo. A.Epingp late ofsthe dis
-trict afpresaid, dcae
These are shrb e te'and -admonish
al and singular,.the kindred and~creditors of
the said deceased, to be and -perbfr
me, at our next. Ordinasy' Cutfor the
said District, to behoklen at Newberry-CoIfrt
House on the 4th of Dec. next, to show
ause; If an.hy te said A dmnnstration
should not bega -d
Given under my hand and seal, this 20th
day of Nov., in the.year of our Lord one
thousand eight.bundred and -itsevem.
JOHN T. PETEESO i o. x.3a.
MNov2 4'"6 2
With Black and White ayji,
Garnet, Pearl and other
$ox and (1ass Broaches for Hair
Real Jet Brcahes fotfournia
Broaches and Ear-rings in Setts,
Ladies' Chatelane Claias:
Fine heavy Vest Chains for Geits'i
18 kt. Wedding Ring ,ep ved
EyeG GIs~, f
Silver ate" a 6%
Gold - and Silver W.atc -
Of Al Kinds
At . - .1ALRY,
To o wb0 isi a pic*re itk
SHOULD be--fedie 4a qmmW
brlia in to .f( de11
detail, eiwe~ot~c -r,da ad eler '
shoeld ell oa en_ ,T
Oa! ^"" ov|"" OgAl
K(mTor $eUfI aadrr wsi mt tb s,
sah. An vportni ttl.
cr apictretaibd3 eftf
Y10-1 qaw c8 * 1 io 1M
1e qooe pirioif of
as in far weather.
Old Pictures cleaned andcopIa:
November 27 .
nrop.20 47 3
H ar.s4 Ae
Saucley Paon,St, r1 Tiren,16it
Shdae eI''ug at ofthbbo
mxaret 1m .
Sea tls nd Doubie arreiSht ans.
Singce a"Gu $8 ons, IrA)p
Dhobe- " $12g.50 to-$60 . -e
quaniy Trpig.Rwdr bt
uAt ..T ..S. P. 0E4/:S
Newber,8 D,o9bli.re.9 ShtUS '
ISile Guns $8 t ardo $ l
estat ofai de ode, .e
Newberry Carr age andW
I il sel a We idq$I
Weorn, Sdedere, .u e
Aeial cotageriae a ndxt
M~r. igb'Ti ontis.gtw
basemn hrod and rIm2p ti
loeneatboCar . .GA mT