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STAJM OF SMUT CAROLIA
Job Ordnary or Newberrm
WW ;.C%rift-2therford bas appled
wmaefoe ofAdmiuU%stdaton,onal. and
te goodi and cbatteib, rights aM
oEOsaiau A. Etherford, lati of th
dstric aforesaid deceased6
%se are therefore to ete and admonist
an and singular, the kindied and creditors oi
the Mid deceased, to be aod appear beforf
wie,at our next Ordinary's Court for the sak
District, to be bolden at Newberry Cour
House on&e 17th day of June, Inst, to sbom
eause. if any why the said Administratiot
should not be aranted.
Given under my band . and Seal, this 3i
dayof June. inst , in the Yar of our Lort
one thousand el*bt hundmed and sixty-eight
John T. Peterson, 0. N. D.
JnE 10 24 2t.
All things are subject to
W. H. -WEBB
has again changed base, and
is now permnently located
(until the next change,) on the
01rner Store of Mollo
hon tow, (No. 1.)
This CHANGE has been made
with a*view to gather in the loose
CHANGE now afiqat, and to do
this effectually hie invites an ex
amination of his Stock,- the
PRICES OF WHICH A-R SO
"(rU and be convinced, at No. 1:
Jue 3 23 3
This summer delicacy can
from this day, and until fur
ther notice-be+had at L.
'chodair's Confectionery and
June 3 23 tff
By Jon T. Petisou, Ordinar*of Awibem
W he. sr V.. ic.t bw applied
to M for 1*tr ofAdMJuijU#6, de boub
un, sn all nd er -o te gWs and chath
ftk,rWghts and creffitiio(-Tbo8-'B. Bother
afl and singular, the kindred and credItors of
thssidaeceased,tso be and spjear before
neg atosir next Ordinary's (Court for the
4dDM1itie, tis be holden aslewberry Couri
gose the 11th day of. June. to show
eaisd-4a', wby -the said udmtn
f6iawsr ntbe, ftant emlddeeme.
Given.Mder my'band and seal, this 2th
day ir ayfIn the year of our Lord one
- une3 22
*6 *isie'e ,ateer. i oifto
Dga, kc., heretofo,ae existing between the
undersigned, uder the name-.nd- style 01
"*T.Goon? has-t,his day beer-dissoled+y~
ural consent, and in pursuance of the
termtof said partnership.
-AI acdounts saginst 'said. frn will be
presend to James McIntosh for payment.
Ad a ebIs due said conceru will be paid
bit9 eT. OGUIN,
-'*ldegetsid wift -dtttinee - the bust
esq ' his own daise; at the uld stand, and
res Ry'ates ,attention to his stock,
whu'iDNbe constantly repleniishied with
AndkvinZ secured the skillful services ol
'Dr. iT Gon, feelsae.ned-that she public
uUmR e,. t@0 saat4ito their advantage
aiveaa ealk L JAMESceINTOSH.
Nay 26, 186&.SS t.
- Ie unde.fuignad tbanko'lior the liberal
pattonage.ez*badedr to him ia-sh past,
takes-pesure*n taforming- his frien'ds thai
tef~ will $a hig~as usual as the old stanid,
here he will'tie pI~ae3 f6ihit any and atl
of their wantaintis rle. - 7. GtUIN.,
Map,184&M 2SL .
ksike District (Jourt of the'United
Fo tihe Xistrict of South Carolina. -In
- the spatter wf -John' P Bahardt, Bank
tipt. By whom,a Fetition for Adjudica.
tions of Ba.nlroptcy was filed on the 27th
ay of Eay;A A.. 1868, in said Court.
of June, -1888, a warant in .Bankrupte.v
was issued against the estate of John P.
Bohardt-, in the District of Newberry
and State of South Carolina, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own peti:
tion: Tatbe paymetef any debts anc
the de11very of any property belonging~ t<
such Bakrupi to him; or: for his use, an<
e nap ofany- property by him, are
frbidden by Iawrand that a meeting o:
the (Dreditors of said Bankrupt, to provi
their debts, and-to choose one or more As
signees of hs estate,wilt be held at a Cour
of BanI gptcy, to be holden at Newberra
Court- ouse, South Oaroliaa, before Henry
Sumeregister, -on the 90th day of June
. D)., 1868. as 10 o'clock, A. E.
J. P. N. EPPING,
- U.S. Marshal as Messenger.
3nus$ 2383 Deputy Messenger
Mia. M. R. HUNTER,
Fasionable Dress Maker
Over NEars. Lorelaee &Wilsi's,
- Ei-ntranee same as -to Photo
The subseber, aetfor theale.of tb
elbratd Buega Vista. Coton Yarns ha
st al tiuiep, afullsuzpply,On hand. Mei
ehass&it&i b. .oppled by the bale, at man
ufactrer's pr-ices. . . sTh WART.
-a 27 Nn2tf
ffi4jineh a-4a the #af 2
'-i~imTe o ~k and JA f'rices.
oone sd.a dgj~ a ,profeusie
ser'ics defe etio n aantied'
spun~~~~~ 'ounro491'4 9*
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IMAIld NI RIME
District Court of the United States.
District of South Carolina.
In the matter of Henry Sum
To whom it maj concern: The under.
signed hereby gives notice of his appoint.
ment as assignee of the estate -of Henry
Summer, of the District of Newberry and
State of South Carolina, within said District
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition by the District Court of said
District, 2d day of June, 1868.
DANIEL H. WERTZ,
June 8 3t Assignee.
Assignee's Notice of
In the District Court of the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In the
matter of Isaac Herbert, Bankrupt.
In accordance with an order from Judge
Bryan, of the U. S. District Court, to me
directed, as assignee_gf the Etate of Isaac
Aerbert, Bankrupt, I hereby give noti-e
that a general meeting of the creditors of
said Bankrupt is ord-red to be held at the
office of Henry Summer, Register, at New
berry C. H., 11 o'c!ock, a. m., on Fri.day,
12th June, A. D., 1868, for the purpose of
giving to each creditor a warrant for the
dividend due him out of the above estate.
June 2, 1868. 2t Assignee.
Zn e. Hamilton W. Folk,Bankrupt.
In pursuance of an order of the Unlted
.tates COurt for the District of South- Car6
lina, I will sell, at the residence of
H. H. Folk, on. Thursday,
11th June, 1868,
The Tract of Land on which the said H. H.
Folk now resides, containing
Six Handred & Twelve Acres,
more or l ss, bounding -and butting on
lands of John P. Kinard, James H. Wil
liamus, and lands belonging to the estates of
!anmes B. Wiison and'Chancellor Job John
tone, de'd-5 miles North of New serry
C. B. Terms cash. Purchaser to pay for
At the same time and piee, I will sell o'n
the same terms all the personal property of
said Bankrupt, not exempted by law, con
sisting in part of
Two.Horses and other live stock
300 bashels Cotton Seed,
Carriage and Harness
Buggy and Rarness
1 S'ewing Machine
May 20 fl 4- H. I. FOLK, -Assignee.
The State of South Varolina.
IyS.Hughes, Trasio v., Iaae KeDfar,
It.apeainitainy satisfaction that Alfred
E. Keller,'Daniel Goyer and Juliana, his
wife, Sarah S. Gant, John D. Kellar, Hen.
rietta Keliar.Martha J. Enughes, atid the four
infans children of Joseph Kellar, dee'd., and
tbe one minor child of Isaac Keltar, dec'd,
dfenants in this gase, reside beyond the
limits of -this State.
~ mOnoion of Mr6 Pope, Comp. Sol'r, Wit
o.eed that the said absent defendants.do
pead,mwer- or-demur to this bill.'*ithTh
forty days from the- publication hereof, or
the same will be taken pro confesso against
theme SILAS JOHNSrONE,
Com's Offie, 19 May, 1888. C.E.N.D.
May 27 22 7-14
UI. S. Cireuit Court.
-So-rs-Canor.nu DISTUc-In Equrrn.
-The Survivors of Hopkins, Hull & Atkin
son, vs. the Survivors of Martini Jamnei
& Bowden, et al:
It is hereby ordered, that the creditors
of Martin, James & Bowden, do, on oi
before the 1st day of July next, render ori
oath and establish their demands before
John T. Peterson special referee, at' New
berry C. H., S. C..
.By the Court,
Clerk Circuit (Court.
May 20 21 6t.
Dr. Thomas 3. Moore,
Wouldl respectfully inform the public thal
he asopened an office in the City of Co
Inuabla, where he is prepared to execute, ir
the most elegant and scientifle manner, a!
branches of his profession.
Teeth extracted without pain or any sub
sequent illseffects, by the ase of nitrous ox
ide.proto oxide of nitrogen,or laughing gas
Persons desiring to have their teeth fixec
up in the most elegant and .approved .man
ner, can do so by ealing-at h'is office or
Main-st, over Gregg's queens-ware store
JSame entrance as to Wern .& flix' photo
graph~ Gallery. Those desiring to make ai
engagement can do so by addressing
Dr. THOMAS T. MOORE,
May 27 Columbia.
In re. Drayton T. Living
By order of the Hon. Gee. S. Bryan
Judge of United States ('ourt for the Dis
trict of South Carolina, I will sell, at pub
Slie auction at Newberry COnet House, or
the first Monday in July next;~ the tract al
parel of land on which said bankrupt noi
e resides, containing
-. SeventydEight Aeres,
more or less, bounding and butting 01
-lands of Henry Stone, Philip Sligh, Thos
Ellisor and Mrs. B. Dewalt. Termatf sal
cash. Purchaser Lo pay for stamps agr
papers. ROBT. L. LOTHER,
My 27 22 3 ' Assignee.
I ,enrotpesfor tbe 4lbumnetaken fr
Justreciveda nce asorme of the
- Lard &c4
Gne. ~~ Cruhe an ronSr.Q
B Cas Si s o ea 0
a12 4 Sa.
- a 4
B oltn Cloths.
- 1 2.
ard J ans re
vin resued at hne rteo oedici
abover sprosior nalos,eries for heprbic.
aesd st-smer wea lsr.Repoos
OShe inShes buildiSng f Irneriyo,c.ieb
frone C.uhen and opposiew Sugrs.
May 13 20S4 STEWART.
Anchor Bolting Cloths,
MH VERY EMS XALDZI
Will be sold at
New York Prices,t
These cloths are warranted
ap 22 8m R. STEWART.
Dr. J. A Bruce
Having esumed the practice of Medicine,
tenders his professional services to the public.
Office In the building formerflyoccpedby
cr-John A. Chapman, and opposite Mrs.
. Harp's recidence.
Sept. 18 38 Af.
JONDistricts if the United states.
Circt adDistrict oro South CarolinBk
rupcy. I h atro HMSH
sineOhreyfies e ntc of his Rapn.
Capl,ftedtrcofNewberry andH State2~
hAt be Columbiged BaktHupon has redce
presio by tbe 1disict Corsi dfrmt.e
ated achanpells teo,2de dyrf.ay
May6l27 22 nt.
*FrThe dstrite-of South Carolina. ak
rutainy. Inard aters THMASeH.
CfAiend, ankrut. r-n n tes
Towo aprigto my consfctin: Thae unders
sBne Breby gie pnrtideend tof this pit.,
re sidsineeyo the Emtat of~ thsSas. O
pelaanthe Soitrs,it of ordbered tate
defu oths oia wthin forty dasfrct tho
has beenfes adugeaist him onhiow
petiL by the dSr . Cour of sa . dir.
Daom'sa Chapfice eo, 2 do May,18. 27 4
The State of-South Carolina.
Newberry District-Tn Equity.
atba. A. ardo and other, bhiwiext
fJin. c.James, Exor,e and others.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Jabes
B.det iron tae, ar endn beon theBil
eiits bfyondsthealemiOn oftthisoStMes.rs.
Faiandtop,'oms Sol'ctrs, t is ordered a h
thttesaid absent defendants do plead,ro
ame rdemur to this bill withi fortydasfoth
dyfrtepublicadon hereof, or the sm ilb ae
csameal etknpocneso againsthm -
SILAS JOHNSOE. C. E. N. D.
Com's Office, 20t May, 1868. 227114.
The State of' South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
Jasn F. Laiford Anfe,ad' hnd adi'e,
Jno. Lales R o and others.
Billredior soery,at ofSaueJ
Rotk apec'arerqre to mystsfcinde tand esb
t abls nd Fhi espcinFCes de-d,a
fdeinthis case, reside be yore the1sdaofJy.
limits offisce,at . Onmtino MN.sD.
Fair and 22pe Co6 . r.iti ordre
hatdb thei absetiefends dor ple
Fuwordmr Tx tCollct frt
J. SILA JOUNTSTOE , .
JomEPs Offce 19hMy,188.2214
JAo Kebrryst. it-n qu. y
v . LaaBookanohes
ThFreiorCer of tCsaeofrt. e J
-ok cd aErSeITrS.-quie tol pree an e
thoun Adath t.heisr stie dmand, for
this office,ofonusticbefor thet ayce, uyth
nwConstOficeio, C.- .D
Thesollwin nmedOgetlee arne Dr.
A4by hirT escivae fre pfor t
FrTax Collector,.a olg
Apri D. 18.xAiFREDS
Json rnly-eed of-eo Jsieo
. Ln. Cm R ua MAXY OTRS
Ire now receiving their Stock of
-rO O D S
Ladies', Misses & Children's
Goat, Kid & Morocco
Bootees, Gaiters, &c.
qen's BOOTS & SHOES of
The above GOODS have beei carefully
elected, and made by the best workmen.
We feel thankful for past favors and
arnestly solicit an examination of our
ock before purchasing elsewhere.
Give us a call and judge for yourselves.
ABRAM9S, G N & RGRO.
Rtoves and Tin-ware,
Having bought the entire Interest of Mr.
. H. Blease in the Tin and Stove, busi
iess, I will continue to carry on the same
a all its branches at the old stand and will
e most happy to wait on all who may want
nything in my line. I shall keep constant
y on hand a large and well made stock of
with an extensive assortment of
Cooking and other Stoves,
of the most improved patterns.
well selected stock of Pressed Ware and
ouse furnishing goodsgenerally. Job work
if all descriptions will be done in the best
ner, at reasonable prices and short
otice. W. T. WRIGHT.
April15 16 tf.
)and after the 15th April, our
rice for Photographs will be as
Photographs for the Album.
rhree for - - - $2 00
idditional copies, each, 50
Jaloring, each, - 25 a.nd 50.
Pwo persotis, three photo's 83 00
hree "' " " 4 00
Pour " " " 5 00
Pive " " ' 6 00
ix " 7 00
idditional copies, each 50
oloring, each 50
Bills amounting to $25, 10 per et off.
50, 15 ""
100, 20 ""
WREN & WHEELER,
A pr '15 16 tf. Pho tographers.
The undersigned has opened in the
~tore formerly occupied by A. Harris,
ext to Messrs. Wiskeman & Wither,
~here be will be happy to see his friends
Lnd old customers. -He will keep con
tantly on hand a
Domplete Stock of Groceries,
censisting in part of
JOHN W. MILLER,
A pril 29 18 Snmo. Agent.
CARRI1GE IND WVAGON.
The subscriber respectfully calls the at
ention of the public to the fact that he is
still on hand and' prepared to execute all
work n his line of business, either In
Carriage, Buggy or Wagon
[n a workmanlike and expeditious manner,
and at prices in secordance with the times.
Having an experience of twenty%fiveyears
and-havn worked in all the principal cikies
af the ot, In the best carriage houses, I
a'condent of my ability to give entire
Give me a trial and be convinced.
shop in rear -of- Nathan hunter's, and at.
tached to my residence.
May 6 6mo CEO. BOLAND.
We wish to pure.hase a quantity of good
D Hides, for which we will pay the highest
Mat prce LOVELACE a WHEELER.
! am owperdr t furish "EUREA E
Emiton Agent, 432 King corner Bud* ste.
ENMNEER & MRIINIST,
.Columbia, 5. (2.
sten Engines and Machinery of all de
scriptions made to order on the most liberal
terms. Orders from the country promptly
Marh 4 2mo.
Has just received a
large Stock of
Hams and Shoulders,
Rio and Java Coffee,
Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Tobacco and Segars,
Knifes and Forks,
Powder and Shot,
Ladies and Gents Furnish
ing Goods of all kinds,
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
of all sizes,
Other Goods, too numer
ous to mention, which are
genei%lly kept in a well sup
plied Variety Store.
I offer my ~GOODS at
prices as low as they ean be
bought or sold-at the corner
of the Hotel.
March 25 18 tf.
District Court of the United St at es.<
For the district of South Carolina. In Bank'.
ruptcy, In the matter of HENRY S.
By whom a. Petition for A<judIcation of.
Bankruptcy was filed on the 28th day of Feb
rary A. D.1868, in said Court.
This is.ito elve notice that on the 6th day
of May, 1868. a warrant of Bankruptcy
was Issued- ainst the estate of Henry s.
Kerr, of Abbbeille Court House, in the dis
trict of Abbeville and State South Carolina.
who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his
own petition. That the payment of any debts
and the delivery of any property belonging to
such Bankrupt; to him, or for hisuse, and the
transfer of any property by him, are forbid
den by law; and that a meeting of the orede
hors of said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose one or more Assignees of his
estate, widl be held at a Court of Bank
ruptcy, to be hoiden at Newberry Court
House at the offBee of, and before Henry
Summer, Esq . Register, on the 28th day of
May, A. D., 1888, at 3 o'clock, P MI.
J. P. K. EPPING,
U. S. Marshall, s. C., district, i
by GEOR&B LARsEN,
May 27 22 3t. Deputy Messenger.
District Court of the United States.
For the district of South Carolina. In Bank-.
ruptcy. In the matter of CORNELIUs P.i
W ATERs. Bankrupt.
By whom a Petition for Adjudication of
Bankruptcy was filed on- the 2'ith day of
February, A. D., 1868, In said Court.
This is to give notice that on the 22d day of
May, 1868, a warrant of Bankruptcy was
issued against the Estate of Cornelius F.
Waters, of Greenville Court House. in the
District of Greenville, and state of South
Carolina, who has been adjudged a Bank
rpt on his own petition. That the
payment of any debts and the de
livery of any property belonging to such
Bankrupt; to him, or for his use, and the
transfer of any property by him, are forbid,
den by law; and that a meeting of the Cred,
iors of said Bankrupt, to prove their debts,
and to choose one or more Assignees of his
estate, will be held at a Court of -Bankrupt
cy, to be bolden at Newberry Court House
at the office of, and before Henry Summer,
Esq., Re ster, on the 12th day of Jane,
. D. ~6, at 3 o'clock, P. M.
J. P. M. EPPING,.
U.S8. Marshall, s. C , District,
by GxoRGE LAnRENr,
May 27 22 3t. Deputy Messenger.
District Court of the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In Bank
rubte . in the matter of JAMES K. VAN
By whomn a Petiton for adudication of Bank
ruptcy was filed on the 17th day of February,
A D,1068 in saidCourt.
This is to give notice that on the 6th day of
sue against the estateof J azniM. dive of
A bbelle Court House, in the District of Abbe
le, and State of South Carolina, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition:
That the pay ment of any dets and the delivery
im or fohsu and the trafro any
poe their debts. and to choose one -or more- Asd
sees of his estate, will be held at a Conrt of
Batruptcy, to be holden at Newberry Court
House at the office of, and before Henry Sunr
Detit on th8t day 6! A. 1l
at o'clock, P. #
U. S. M
May 272 84.Deputy Messenger.
Wehave just received from New York a
fine assortment oy AlIbums.
WREN & WHEELER,
arch 18 Photorspers.
ro iHE FUBLJCx
I have just returned from Charton,
rhere I bought a Large Stock of
Consisting in part of Beautiful hints,
fuslins, Osuaburgs, Shirtings, (Bleelied
unbleached,) also, Groceries, Shoo;Hts,
oth for Gents and Ladies, in fact Ihavo
very thing kept in a good country store.
return my kind thanks to my friends abd
ustomers, for the Liberal patronage 1have
eceived since I opened where I se2 I
old them I was going te sell Cheap Goods,
o come and look and judge. My custo
3ers did so, and I sold them goods cheap;
nd will continue to sell cheap, cheap for
I am adding weekly to my stock ef Gro,
erles, Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockeryware.
ohoes and Pickles, Preserves, &c. Also, a
Large Lot Corn for sale cheap.
I will exchange Goods for all kind of
M. P. ALBRI?o~
Newberry, March 25.
IAVE GREATLY INCREASED
New Stock of Spring
AT PRICES TO SUIT TH#
Can Yraits, Piekleis, ardw
P. OTd Vt
Fashionable Clothing a
FURNISHING STORE, J
Mear Post Ofce, Newberry &
YOUTH'S and MEN'S -UO T.,
ind FURNISHING GO.ODS gsn
arally, just arrived.
SUITS of the best S?RENCE a~dE
ISH MATERIAL, and of the 1
stYLES PROmPTI and
node to ordepr...
3I.DEST and BEifr EsT
n N~ew York,,my
Fall and Winter Stoek of>
Cassimieres & Vestings~
'o BUSINESS, and DumSa s e',Ts See
nly CUSTOXERS8, FRIENDs and
will find it to their muTsrT -to N~
:all before -buying elsewhera,mps a
)ared to SELL ARTICLps in. Jay~ En os$a
:HEAP and REASONABLE T3BaR, as tat'I
>btained in, any market-South.
MakingCutting Altering and
lone at shorttnotice..-.
Oct. 9411 * ly
Carriage and BUg
3. Taylor & Ce. -*
Will keep constantly on band qbb66 .1
ortment of fine BrGG'iS of the - tos~~.
>roved styles and patterns, McoiIh6talag
ightness and : durability. Buls to foe
-ght Rockaways, and Plantation Oarriaeg.
?heatons, Top and no Top Buggie, c~.
- Old Carriages and Boggiedt rtnovats# ms
nade to look as good as new. H
lone in the best manner and ota~ o
>rices, and all -work esdin.ated oiifde
s repaired and a coip given to ,ouras
ners. Special attention given- to repairiat
ine Carriages and Buggies, which is ipWi
*nt to consumers. Freight will beps~
way, when sent by Rail Road, when t6i'I
>airs amouint to over41'00. We use uoth' "
>utL the best materials that esp be bgbtg
ire willing to rely on the meritofourvokb
liberal patrousge. We invlta thi
mation of our' work and assur~e the pubRe
:hat we can build the samst &lass wl at
:heap if not cheaper thair we can impUft IL
All of onr work is warrainted.
Our Factory is near the Depot..
Newberry, S. C., March 25 13 I1
Views for Sal.
Photographs of theBats
These Views are perfoot Pinttires-besaUsf
ftully bright, cean anid clear Those *rbe.
lesire pictures of any of the shve chifdaes,
bave now an opportnuity obtria hem.
eheap. They are #f by a1inhe1,8
mounted on card boar11, rady f~ta .I
We have on hand a fine assostment.of u
frames, suitable for these views.
March 1f Photgahr
Z. Ls WHlIE
)f all kindi of FIREARMS, LOCKS, &e.
Has on hand Pistols and Guns of all aps
proved mnakes. Ammunition, such as Car
tridges,- Caps, Powder and Shot.
Shot P6uches, Flasks, Bags, and evety
aher kind of Sporting Apparatus. -Besides
many other articles of various- character.
All kinds of REPAIRING neatly and' ex
p ditiously executed, and at low rates
April 15 16 tf.
[nd6b tot emus~.1lsy
Rolloway & Foli, inust settl b~m
early day. Daring my absence pnui
be made to my agent, Mr. Thomas-W. Holq -
loway, at Pomaria. HI4NE D. RETDe
iay 11, 1851 3205s 4 Aauamis