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1ei4 i r4&c-here t'-d y or''to.
IROWeed wit tedlrit arvival of~ Iini
Thebookseistation for this district
Verm Apened on: Monday last, the 18th.
and will contioue open until Friday when
he7_lose, ivay-being alowed. The
precincts are Cromer's, Longshore's and
New berry 0.' H. We hope that this will
be.remembered byal and that every
man irill regiser. The stake is of great
moment, and no nne should, from indif
feience or carelessness, neglect the op
portunity now given of registering, that
he may thereby deposit his vote ard
save, if p6ssible, misale and shame.
Register then, and at -once, three days
av yet given, but do not wait until the
last day, for we have the experience
that delays are dangerou,
'AcA lartobe f itd -n our adver
tising QIoh sa1.Dnoinces the publica
tion in "h vse, paper of a new and
thbdTmg- Ng elRePte, entitedw, "1salett
th..9me Spy,". from "he pen of J.
Witherspood!.rvin, an'author -amous
for his literary wiltings. The scenes aae
1aid'priqcipaly in Charleston, and the
jry &oubly interesting 'a mbracing
the:period.of the Confederate struggle.
The Engeirer is 1onor the 'best papers
inb itate, Od. caters for its readers
*itha-sea.wbich e&tIes it-eta brilliant
smeq0s. The story sil be commenced
or theth oftme, and wee oduise. that
tj fdrwaded at once sto
usctir'the ~itnorii nbbten. Adisb
ILGitYs1vii S. C.
Aboods - ammaq
rt is a cbeerin and gratifying Sig
thaesoesai organiZatis am being
foundatto~ tihe tatng@taI (n~
e -pep are abUndoning
t!ef-radisproeivities, and joiing.the,
oggird eaiih jigreat and yopntat
sing; Thy4rteeing por' 4bat-theli
tiel4OigAS theiAild frmepd. of tht
S$ai, and wits .wos intereste they
are idertiea Jad seith whom bthey
'tstid&eNe j.dl by the baDefki
(iebii4, aidieding6 of a jarty who
4iface' thea. irI'en th, 'ends at
sMiBe tisieiiiere8eropished. St ad
~ ysede.d he pepvna
appg. M Bad..a iton ee ars/s
4is!y..cv p temuIphaRtermdIe.
besir astSfi adhie te pesilihe)
ato iloentii-e jos
Iti t esrei# a-(1i?
fia sedi te&$aMt itiis
fr anpereto bgen*poi os pir
iptude semty.ailgtretio women.
that &itormation upon hesehol4
4Ish*ee-3seosm$ete an reliabe.adit
i#tt indisjprtable. jluregver,
#taMi alen, ate atth anokth
atter epibre Juy for out
o yment. Threi deltrs yearly ib
Zrdm the?Abister, J L.E P~etew, -
areed, "The RonthlyGlIee Hive?'
oipinag 14 pgges ofaisred sind 1seca
tr Gless Tr7 s Quartettee, Opera.
"The Nilor 0 nganioeu,"- 'for' the~
Fite, V ioadPiiio,atiing six
edsgp of Msi,,arrangid for the in
struments gentionned ; and
"The~ United&States M,sieal Review."
of.whieb latter oer .reaaers hare helard
'The twre&srt are $8 per year, the last
$,widlkbs a premium ini mqsic or
csh; is gio. Thvose pblications will
Ai west to the amatene as welf as
feai peurfre aad alkso chear
a. to ,entidle them to especial regard
Parties' wisbiog toi subscribe or formn
osecan lease their names at thisoffice,
or alddrees J. L. leg.esP. 0. Boa M429,
Ne* Torki. -
Yasm a- Gaua-Vay uzmber re
ceueed. -Contents.varied and interesting.
Ws-s" pleasd .tinoticp coatinued
improvementizn the SFarm and Garden,
whiciaevidence'of the fvor with
wate1h it is received.: Tt .is dessrvin'g.a
laresuecess, and we tieemainend ~it- io
the cgiultual'pubgic sa a paper that
sbo *be taken-rot only ferits uitrinsic
rit, ut beeseit is: a bomne institu
tion. -Address J. R. Jacobs & Co..
Clinton, 8. U., with $1 enclosed, which~
wril secure it for twelve months.
AuEs2CAN' STocE JoumAk-The Stoch~
Journal and Farmer's and Breeder's Ad
vertiner, is published at Chester Co., Pa.,
at $1 per annum in advance. The .May
number is received. This is a valuable
Monthly and erery farmer and -stock
raiser should have it, and we recommend
it to them. Fropa some cause, acciden
tl or otheywise, we havemissed several
numbers of it, and regret ig non-arn
*The Weekly Bankrupt Register, ~1
copy of which we tpve not- seen for -i
month ur.mqre, is agaiu>at hand; and wi
hopeit ill eani-eregular iq -fut'are,
Prisinterested in Biankruptcy a
keep welI.g6ated by .subscribing - rit
Price-P5 peerannin.- Geo. T. -Delip
tPbhleher. Ne Y
Instil uCwq are i A favorable, character.
The repots embraca period from the
17th qv.8 I tbepresent, and are
cantained in fulfin the Columbia Pheenix.
Th.i lrit cow'tictiwere received in April,
1967,and-ince4diat time the whole work
necessary in procuring granite, in labor,
in the manufacture of cloth, shoes, &c.,
have been done by the convicts, to the
exclusion of hired labor. There 'are 282
conv;cts in-;onfinoment, the daily average
cost of whose- maintenance, including
diet, clothing, guarding, medical atten
iion, &c., has~ beCn since January 1st,
34 cents, and an average since the- first
reception of convicts to 1st of May, 1868,
41 cents. The monthly appropriation
for maintenance and prosecution-of work
$6,500, is adequate, saysMaj. Lee, super
intendent and architect, provided it were
n.ot paid in bills receivable, as it is how
ever, it is insufficiat. From the 17th
of Nov., 1866, to 8Wt Dec., 1867, $72,
139 87 have been expended for building
materials, salaries, subsistence, &c. The
Sperite6dent's report shows that the
con4ict has not only sustained himself
by his labor, but has placed the State in
possession of - buildings and material
nearly equal in value to the entire ex
The sanitary condition is good, evety
care and precaution being taken to guai d
against sickness. Tbi rules for the gov
ernment of the Institution are as they
a muld be, strict and firm, but tempered
*ithkindness. -On the whole, these re
ports are flatte;ing and interesting, and it
is believed if properly managed, the Peni
t u.tiary will in-a few years, be not a bur
den, but a-source of revonueto the State.
the -tldat BihoWs eeting.
We gather from the Charleston Mer
curW's special correspondence-the followA
ing in regard to the annual convocation
.f the Bishop's, -South, which met at
- Bishops Pierce, Kavanaugh, -Doggtt,
Mightjan, McTyiere and Mar*in being.
-presewt. The remaining three Bishops,
). A. Andrew, R..Paine and John Early
eing pr6bably pre eted from attev
.dance by the inffrmites of age.: Of those
resent two ar natives of South - Catolo
a, viz: Bisbops Wightman ..and Mc
Tyiere. Among -the dstinguished. visi
torj to-this. convocation we noticed Rev.
W. A. Smith, Dl. D.,.-late President-ot
landolph Macon College, Virginia novo
4St. Lbuis, one of the finest l *an
in Amuerica; -Res.; B. W.-Sekeon,.D,
furroerly of Kentucky, now of -Baltimrore;~
tnd Rev. Dr. Charles Taylor, formerly of
South Carolina, bat since the war Presi
4eait of .the Wesjeyan .Uniaersity al
Miersbury,. Kentucky. Dr. Teylor,
yoor South Carolioa Methodist rea'e
eili'recolect; went frotr UbarIe ten
twen'ty years qOagoin-Ompany with 1)i
.Jenkins,: as nissionary to Shanghai,
-Ahina, and remained-thereseveral years
The President and Secretary of the
Board of Domnestic. Missions, located-at
-Nashville, the headquarters of Metho
dism,D hayng been swammoed -to meet
tha lishops, were presnt and - eported
tt*. Mameninna at tefb*M-a
of -money - teceivea, and diabursed for
lom@sile missions-for the destitute . re
gions of the South. 'The asount collee.
ted diing the. last year was $50,(00~,
only abQut one-sizth o- u'haf~ was re
4eiWed on an average ear .before tbe
war. dheaWNorth , .rgi ' . :onferetic.
- -outributed the largest amount, the Vir
fiiia second, and -the Louisville tird.
TDieSecret*ry-spolmi in'.igli te,04 of
te lieuility of the Church. - Thogh
rsigaveristued by (he viciseNtudes of 4he
past eight years,..tbe litierality -of hei:
zefens-is-oirthy of commnenitioni.
The:cooaedg eopfe and their choreb.
*eresta are' receiving .a fair-.;bart of
a ti~ndo4rour the Bishops. A confer
ne-of-ueoeed people in jonnectioni
lkb e Meth.odit Eiscdpah -hbirch,
'.ush.-haq been formed ith a view to a
n-tergnirioxi of a general conference
cideluuredi preachers of the Church,
D)r. Green announced that Dr. Sehon'
mad resigned his- offHee as Secrefary of
'the Board of.Eereige gilssioins located at
4altimo"re, and that Rev. W. E. 0. Gun
.yngham ef the Bolston Conference had
-.eeni elected to supply the-vacaney. Mr.
C~. had accepted-the. -position- onr condi
ti ghit.he be not requird to -travel.
and that jhe aH9wed to serve wt att
corapensation. - .ro
Dr. Seboji iead resolutions frmthe:
Foireign Board and Bishops .to unite
wish a,eownmittee in arranging a plan oi
-"patrons" of the Missioniary- Society,
and devise a mode of raising funds.
At a public sheeting, held? at Long
Lane oneaturdejthe 14th inst;, for the
nurpose of-organizing a Democratic Club,
W.W. Renwick, ~sq.,-was catted to the
Chair, and John W.. Law was requested
to aett as Secretary. Upon motion a
Committee of three was appointed to
draWt a constituition. The Committee
having reported a constitution, which
*as4adopted with some amendments,' the
nemberTenrolled their bares and organ
ized-brelecting the following officers, to
W. W. RENWICK, President.
JAS. W. LAW, Vice-President.
C. M. MORRIS, Secretary.
-0. A. RUTHERFORD, Treasurer.
After an interesting address from the
President, the meeting adjourned to
meet on Saturday, the 80th inst.
REMARKABLE-At the present writing,
eighteen Saturdays of the year 1868 have
come and passed, and each one of them
has been the occasion of a storm ; sever
al of the latter among the -most severe o
-modern times. If we couold only see a
p.leasant Saturday once more, we shouki
then think that settled weather could
fairly be anticipated.
GOmaha, th'u.,h but a village of yetr
day, is already a city of 16,000 ishahi
tants, by whom 1,500 dwellings and
stores wele erected within a year. If has
three lafge hotels. The sales ofmane-gro
cer, last year, -amounting to a mlhon
and a half..
The "utter" most parts-ef theSearthi
-. suj~pcied to be the parts wheps there
- the men womaa.
Te wires tAhe intelligence which
only a few be 'I hearts looked for and
beieved. The ti signal,of defeat of tbe
greatest, disgrace which coild be inGicted
on the co.untry ii given, and the South
ern heart will e its pulsation.
The impeachuint court which met on
the 16th, decid by a vote of 84to 19
to vote on the el enth article fist. This
vote is thouht nelusive df acqtittal,
as showing onl, thirty-four for convic
tion. This artic being the strong point
in the impeac nt programme, it was
hoped that- 4e ct would be favorable,
the reverse was e result.. The vote on
the article sho g 85 to 19. Chase
declared the Pr dent acquitted on the
eleventh charge ind ordered it to be
read-it is as foI 'Ws:
ARTIC.E 11. t at the said Andrew
Johnson, Presideft of the United States,
unmindfl of the high duties of his office,
and in disregai-d f the Constitution and
laws of the Unite4 States, did heretofore,
to wit, on the 18tj day of Auguit, 1866,
at the city of Wabington, and the Dis.
trict of Columia 'by public speech, de
clare and, affirm) substance, that the
Thirty-ninth Co%ress of the . United
States was not a of the United
States, authori theConstitution to
exercise legislativ4iwer under thesame;
but, on the contv*y, wa' a Congress of
only a part of the- tates, thereby denying
and intending to eny that the legislation
of said Congress was valid or .obligatory
upon him, thei- Andre Johnson,
except in so far adbe saw fit to approve
the same; and aso thereby denying and
intending to deny the power of Oe. said
- Thirty-ninth Co to prop6se amezd
ments to the Conitution of the United
States, and in pirsuance of said dec
laration. the said -Mdrew Johnson, Presi.
dent of the UnitedStates, afterward, to
wit, on the 21st dW of February, 1868,
at the city of Wa4ington, in the District
of Columbia, did ulawfully, and in dis
regard.of the.reqiteiments of the Con
stitution;that hie-s onld take care that
the laws be fkithtuly ezect.ed, attempt
to prevent the execatin ofan "Act regu
lating te tenure ofcer-tain civil. ofces,"
passed..March 2, 1867; by .nnawfully
4evising and contriving and attempting
to deviseand conrgv'.eans by which
he should prevent EAwin M. Stanton
from forthwith resaming the functions,
sof the offlei-of SOAItary for the Depart
ment of War, aotZ,standing the refusal
of the Senate to ciaeur in the suspension
theretofore made lty said Andrew John
son of said-Edwin. Statto. from aid
Office of Secretary for the Department of
War; and also bj further unlawfully
devising and contriiing and attomptimg
.o devise and contrive means then :aiid
there to prevent tbiezidutivn of a4,-Aat
entitled "An Act-daking appropiations
for- tbte anpport of the army%e the,flacat
vear ending June 8G t868j and for
other 'parposes,*p"rv MIre.h 9
1887 tand also te-jr etile LIeebtiOn
of n At eti.led Anfetto provide
for-the more effciEnt government of the
rebel States," paisede Maib 2, 1867?
4Ahereby the sai Andrewz Johnson,
liresident of the United States, did then,
la-irit, on he~ r- day of Feb?uiry,
1868 ae City of u ashtngton, corn
miit and was guilt of.. high misdemesh
The court oenki at 12 o'clock 'AU
the Senators p'esent.SChaae after- ad
1ad inis tib tes agreed~ upon. Those
1erf Grim sHendernonjendrieks,John~
on, McCreary, Nor.eun, Pa&terson, 1i1
Ten; Rs,Sas ry, ti a bul, Yas
Winkle, Vtckers-19. .Williams moved
tifteen minuites reois; negatived.-.~ie
then moved adjoisrumenst to the 26th,
Jahnsoau ugested.an announcement of
.the vote. . 'se sidhewould not bn
noupee the vote entil itwas'taken on all
the artilesr isns eeSenate edlered
other.wise. -Drake riie*a point that'
nod.ing wsi rder *Pnnga'otion
to adjouro, Hendrson.said.a motionuto
adjourn was-not in or@rhile' the roll
was pending. Chase sustained -the last
point and directed t Stere.tary :toread
the roli whiq~h being lead, the Chief
Justice' stated that there were 85- Votes
for "guilt," end 19 for. "notguilty,"eand
that the President wss, therefore, acqui.t
ted on thiseleventh article. Chase then
stiated hth-the Senna was now in pro
eess of carrying out tho order to proceed
to vote, upon articls of imnpeacnment,
and no motion was w~ in order while
'hat was pending.- Conness appealed.
The appeal wvai sitained-80 to 24.
then by a vole of 32-to 21, adjourned to
-hie g -th.
Mr. Wadefl-e SuIld the Chair,
anvd after- lopg debate,.a joinItre~salOgion
adj>urning to. the. O4h, was ngtm
at'd the Senate adjovrned as -usual.
-In the House, ar.olution, that for-the
fu.rtiier aind more enicient prosecution of
tae ipeachule.ntof the President, the
m mnagers-bedireea and in~structed*to
saimmon and examiime witnesses tunder
oath, to send for p rns and papers; to
e-4Toy a stehagraph , and to appoint
-uch commitases to't&ke testimony ; the
expesesereof.tobpaid from the con
tingent fund of the Jagse ; was adopted.
WAsnNGr!oN, Xayl.-The resolution
passed by the. Boue, setting the im
peachmenti managersto work again, had
the- followitig preaie :
-"Whereas information has5 00oms.to
the managers whichs,eems to them to
furnish pr,ohable' cat*e to believe that
imnprope,r.ou corrupi influences have
beep used:to influena the detennination
of the Senate upon bec articles of ii
peaehmient exhibitedto the Senate .by
the House of Represtattves against the
President of tbe Uii-d States." etc.
Salutes in honor of the acquittal have
been-fired in severd of the N rthern
A doubtful rumo6, that Grant has
written a letter decliuing the Republican
nomination unless the platform conforms
to his iews, creates some excitement.
WAsBNGToM, Maj 18.-lt is stated
that Cabinet changes are pending, and
it is asserted the new Cabinet will -tend
to harmonize Congress ani-Ithe President,
and that the President will cease ob
structing Reconstructton on the Con
gressional plan, the- progress of- events
having rendered his own impossible now,
and,the material interests of the South
requiring immediate representatida of
some kind. This statement is made or.
high Republican authority.
CBHxDRE's SHOs.-MeisrEs. A&bras-,
Griffin & Hargro ue are in receipt of,
children's dzres's and walking -atoes, of
Mr. Foot will accept our thanks for a
batch of late and interesting Northern pa
pers. ._ __ -
The General Synod of the EvagelIcalLn
theran Chbrch of North America convenes
here to-morrow (Thursday) it 11 A. M. The
Synod embraces Virginia, the Carolinas,
Georgia and Tennessee. Much Important
business will come before this august eccle
siastical body_ _
SmwBsRsz.-We acknowledge with
much gratification a delicious offering n
the shape of a large dish of strawberries,
the finest looking, the 'largest,. best fla
vored, and the most of them, that we
have seen this or any other season. Wei
assure the fair donor, Mrs. Lou Hunter,
that amplejusti.e was done her present,
for which she will please accept our
WOZAT.-We do not hear of many
complaints as to the present wheat crop,
and judge that it will be good. No more
was sown last fall in this district, than
the fall previous, but from all -accounts,
greater care was bestowed in the sowing.
Some rust is noticed, but as yet it is
confined to the blade, and it is hoped
that the advanced condition of the c'op
will soon place it out of danger.
We are glad to see that our friend
'Capt. McFall has received his final dis
charge in Bankruptcy and is no longer
numbered among the unfortunate debt.
. In Re. and Ex Parte James 1. McFall,
Bankrupt-Petition for final discharge.
Garlington & Sober, proctors for peti
tioners. On MotiOR of proctor, peti
tioner discharged froi all debts and
claims which by said Act are made
proeable 'nst his estate, and which
existed8d- et~y 188, the day- peti
tien was filed excepting such debts. as
are accept64 !y the Act from operation
of a diseaiiie in. bankruptcy.-Courier.
Gar UnERrANswwigG.- Yhepod book
tells-us to get wisdom, and alo under-.
standing. We 4dvise the reader in. this
istanfe however,simply to get ander
standig, we can teU you also, very foi
tunttely wire to go -to be so Aesirably
supplied, and where whole- bosef full
have just been received. The: under
standing aRuded to is.made of, kins of
various kinds, besides of cloth, and 4host
elegantly put i-p with 'a peculiar fitness
for ihis market. The reader i- advised
tocalton Mesrs. Xetts Griitqr, 4 the
shoe-stoj*e who wifI't4bibit a-stock .un
surpassable, for beauty-of Ruiselegance
of shape.andquaityof-ut&iaI, thisiie
Fim.4-botf~ o'cloek~ on Tuei4
.mrning, Mmn Shodeir's. bake-hoias(
#s4iscove#ed 'to, be ont fre,- and an
aTar-n being rhised, ths ipersons' liging
in =the iumieaiate neighborhoo4 (80.1
who alone heard anything olf the alar,
so feeble was if,) rushed'to the spts~
and luckily sw&eeded in arresting the
flames, but..not ntil.she bake-house was
ena aida'santy next to it-ecught
fire, the timely ripping of the weather
beoirding of this, however, saved Es. re
wicdmighdjare proved ve-y destreo
-tire, as in inmundiate viiity - there
re naniy w6o'ertookriais and 16e
burning.cf these wo afdhaIl giwen. a
headway.to-^the'ftames, which the ~zer:
'tios-ofPour jitizens, stitbout eng4ee,
or buokets, would-not have been~ able to
sta1, till all in reach sisswe.pt before i.
Thbe less rwae inconsiderAble t' Mans.
Shoair,trm, er,uin stuffer much Jaw
convenience till heT can get reads.for
Our citizenis should talie. heed fiooa
thisrwarning; 'a fir& engine is iMeeded
her'e, and might, be proeured 'h litde
exertionwend-steps-should he ~Laken in
-A W.ets 'WDDING' OAKa, 'VERI. -
We make a frat-class. bow, withba bran
new hat, (a donation from Capt. .Alcall,
of the .celebrated (try goods house .of
Barre & Son,j'nd cut an elabiorate and
fancy pigeon wing, in a pair of new slip
pers,-(doimfed also, thank the stars, by
Griffin, junior member of the great shoe
house, so acceptably managed by McD.
Metts and hitiself,) -over arcake, a'uof,E
,weddiig cake. -The faney:pas executed
with our accustomed easy grace, in which
we gyrated'higher than ever mortal did
before, and lighting right side up with
care, zender the fair bride, who sent the
cake, our hearty thanks. The -bappy
pair-who have formed the life-partnerahip
are Mr. W. F. Watesand Miss Ella
Swittenberg, of Jal?apa; may their ven
ture-be fraught with bliss, and "the wa
ters never be troubled" to them. We
wish Jalaga joy -too, the way well be
proud of her sons and daughters ; -may
her people abound in good things, her
young folks marry, and a big cake fall to
sur shr,on each and every similar oc
easion, is our prayer, to which the 'devil'
whose mouth is ever open 'for cake, res
ponds' in a fervent amen.
DROP IRA? PAPER I-Yes, drop it.
Too niggardly and mean; to subscribe
and pay for your country paper, which
is steadily laboring for the promotion of
the welfare of society-for your welfare
-you have been sponging, on your
neighbors ever since it was established.
You are always eager to read it, and fre
quently,; before it reaches the hands of
its honorable owner, it is crumpled and
torn by your filching fingers. Drop it !
Never pick it up and read it again, unless
you can do so trith the proud concious
ness that you have the right-a right
secured ina legitimate way. If you are
too poor to aid in sustaining it, let us
know, and we will send you the paper
gratiously. But it is downright mean
ness in yd, wben you are as able as
your neighoa to send your children
through the-snow, and-sleet, and rain to
borrow it.. B6 a man.
We clip the. above. Boating, .around
amon or ex4hanges without an author.
Whoever he, is, he's a man skftr our
heart. Yea drojpth-t paper, omw Wve
,ao ribt o Wn4ar the s6i.
Zhnard Wre _Mnd~to'ss- the 4rw recety
Pat in yea paper as to whet" e wddd serve
his diitrist at this ritical parted,in sogeB pb
io capacity- His age, experence, Imte*,
buus worth and consetvatism, reuderbIa a
lit mni for- the peoples tsust. He has-piuided
over the various Intersts of the district for mny
years, and is acquainft with its ndusttial,ms.
chanfeal, dmco"erewl and gricultara- wats
ad advantages. We re-eho, "whoram - the
energies of this able publfe servant be best ap
plied to.the Interests of Old Newberry?'
On the 13th May, by the Rev. Jacob Haw
'kins, Mr, W. F. Wsrzas and Kiss EuA 0.
Switzenberg. both of Jalapa, Newberry, 8. C.
Oh! warriecIove1-each heart shall own,
Where two congenial souls unite,
Thy golden chains Inlaid with down,
mp with heaven's own -splendour
Brie's favor remved and noticed in on.
Nzwaaa,-May 19.-Cottn'ir good demand
at 28 to .9 cents.
1.w Toz, May U8-7 PAE. Cotton qnWad
rather heavy; sales 2,uOO bales, at 32-some sales
reported as low as 81. Flour dull and deeft
Mng-Soutbern 10 a .7. Wheat hesvy, and I
a 2o. lower. Corn rguar-mized We
1.14 a11. Gold ?91.
CRABLOTON, Ma 18.-Cotton-iather more
d%i quotdaons unchanged; sales 80 bales
aid u 30j;reoelpre 66.
AuGL, May 1&-Cotton market ast-!-aom
LTYLoor, Ray 18- P. M.-Cotton easier;
Jrvmr'oor Nay 18-EYenh_g.-CCtto 4fet,
sales1op 0 aZ; pries mas
Ferrotypes for the Album taken, fou,50
cents, at WREN & WHEELER'S.
U. S. Ciremit 4Teart.
SOUTH CAROMNA DISTRICT-I EQUITy.
T he Survivors of iWpkins, Aull. & Atki
sof, vs. the Survivors ofarti, Jaimes
& Bowden, et aM:
It is hereby ordered, that the creditors
of Mardn, James & Bowden, do, on or
before the 1st day .of July next, rende On
oath andsestabHsh their demands before
.John T. Peterson specia referee, at New
berry-CH., 8.-C. ':
- By the 0ojart,
ay 20 21 St.
STATE 01F SOUTH CAROLINA6
Newberry Distrikt-In Eglity,:
. W. Smkb v B Waldo, JL.; layes &I.
.-1z sppeaving td a inastfctio tht ei
jamlir Wal d n4 Rhydon-G. ; e o
thedefenda n thg c'ase sRe .aU d
ftelits;of this Stste, on motin o0
F.76 anis;' P1'apSoPr, Ardered Aho
said absent defendant'sdo p~Canhiier i-r
dejanir to 'this Bai within foty ays from
t1te publication hereof&9r then M.~lbe~
takenpro earifeso against 1p
ton*rs OffBe, : SU,AK -1mGN
V6 May, 1868. ' x.
'STA TE OD'SOU21l C410LTJNA.
Newberry. Distriwin Eqtlkt -
MIejab IS. Suber,. unrad lr . arber W1.
~ B. B. Beard~ Z'or, et aL
iBLtforsale-of!A & Ref,e &o.
It appearing' to my satWisan that .W.
B. Beard,.a party4etendant ginltbi&cm
veerdes.beyona: the .limit~of th1Ts tate, On
modion .of Messes. Jones 4k Jonea. -It
1s. ordered, dhat dhe sai abeent pfeend
'aus do ph/ad, answer or demitr to this:Bilt
withini forty dy ien the pbionheae
of, or the ame wilr be tae paoeofesso
agaitat im. $ILAS- JO8NSTONZ
T15 May, 188.. 2(1 21
$ATE OFSOUTH CAROMI~
--Newberry Distct.In EQuity
~eIie D~ Gross,. dd'z vJ& .Arpsa
a og .to mysaffaean tbit
Jam s5 s-William ~. RHodges, Robert
Body, and' Wiim P. ewis (constitit
isg tje.firm,'f Rodges Brthers) the pert
neraof thi6Ora-oI.Careyr, llwekCo %
beynd the limit.' of thiuhate,:On Mtq
of Mr. Fair, ?iff's Sol'r, it is-Ordered, that
the said absent defendaits doplend.~auswer
or 11emnur to this bill withina forty days from
the publ eation hereof, or the saute will be
takien pro- conafosao irgdinst them.
Cooi'rs Office 81AJORNSTONE,
16th May, 1888. - 21'7 14 c.XLD..
John R. S %d er, & Earltoni H. Bondly,
rrt$ing Eu or.,. v Richard C. Sonadley,
Forter:A. SondIey aid shwes.
Bill for Marshalling Assette, Injunction, &c
-It appearing to. may satisfaction that Mei
ter' A. Solidloy and Moses Ltl1enth'alI, de
fendanata in ihis case, reaiebyorfd'tbe
limits of this State,On MQtioo of Mr. Firg
Plaintiff's Solicitor, it la Orderea, that the
said sbsent defendquts do pleadanswrl
dentir-to-the-bill filed in ~this case within
forty days. from.'tle publicationleaeof,-or
tesame wili be $aken'p onlesso agaar
Coom'isGec, v- a. a-t.
16th May,-1868. ~ 20 11 7 *1d
The State of South Carolina.
Silas Johnstone, vs. J. A. Btand and othois.
A. Bond oe ofthe defzichain this case,
resides 7odthe ~fIdis ofdthe States Oa
moinMai=. JInnes & Jonesy. ?Ilalf's
SoHiters; ft is ordere4,;tIat said pbsnt'de
faidan.t do pedanswer or demur to this
bill, within ftydiys feom -the -publiestion
hereof~, or the same wilt bi tae pro con
fesso uslnt him. -
CowrO~e, ILAS JQN8r0NE,
May 2021 7t. .fl4 - -C.L. 5
District Court of the Uitd States?
For the District, of South Carolina. hr
Bank tcy. In the matter of JOHN P.
To whom It may concern: The under
igned hereby gives notice of his ap1m
mentasAuigneof the estatefo P.
Aall, of the town of Newberry, In the DIs,
trict ofNewberry and State of South Caro
lIna within said district, who has been ad,
judged a Bankrupt upon his own' petition b
the District Court of Said District.Dae
18th day of M , A. D ,1868. -
JOB T PByESON,Assignee.
May 20.21 3t.
Distritt Court of thle United States,
For the District of South Carolina. In
Bankruty nthe. watter- of J.. T..
To whtom it -may oonceraU. The uutdeu.
signed herb RTsnotice of bis a~lt
ment as Msgee of-the estate ofT
Zealy, of the -town of Newberry. In teU
trict of Newberry gikf State of %Shtlf Car
lina withinaid district, who b a&om d
iju agankupt qpon his awipttinby
th tCutof abrr0c.Dpted
15th day of A
New A4T-fr a
n 1 .
and obap DEMOOAUC
NA THS-XA m' T-- 6W ~
Wm..W. HOUSEALT-170)hR -
JACOB KIBLEB -
o WA -o~,
rhase theic fdyig Ii
rais the pieo
Ftm- = LG.-. --f
'th&l . B. .$A
-ol *M bwll;-4
't,wM aMdi the
of tbn 9, A
7 O W 4 & L _ A 6 .
I,a Re. Hamition . Polkn ui
In pWusgce of jn ..e'de'
Ssetee Court for tre Pistrlct
lina I wil sestsa>reiia -
The Tiaet of I.aQt-en which i1nUI~~
Folk now reside*,Moibitgibi3eg~
Jre Wlison sud abseeor
fl- E.ensgiLe Pweb h
stamp and papers.
At-the same tinie a i
the ame tesse'ail t6
sidt &idkt no# exempted b d
Two Horses ad e
By virtue of a'wito( "Pe
me directed, I will sell, c
day of June-next, the
All the rights, title sa
Twco REundred aztd Tiir 400
mdt or lesa,.beadea.h iandsfDer 7. .
Simpso, J. T. P. Crosson awd -ittis
Sold at she'sui& of S. LinaM, wt ?
Einard$t aL -.'~
I wWl also selltIo sa h
the same moth at theredec
Haiicock; ie er Ma ybinton,, I
Harne'si, I Sue Bliion, I are,
Wagon., 1 set Blacksmith 'Pools, 4
ad Band, 1 Thresher and Fat S(o
Calvies, 15legs, F7 Goet.ton
paratus. Ltv.ied ona.a& the snit aL- -
Smith, vs. Bennett Hancock.