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A ..onesE. defWndeats in this caRe,
-lasmitte of this .State. On
JSenes & Jones. Plaintifs
il&js4degil. that said absent de
fendant pJead answer or demur so this
bKi with forty daysrom the publication
beror ib same will be taken pro con%
fesso agds him.
Cor'a Oice, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
May 20 217. 14 C,E. W. D.
District Court of the tnited States,
For the District of South Carolina. In
IBankruptcy In the matter of JOHN P.
TO whom it, may concern: The under
signed hereby gives notice of -his appoint,
meot as A-signee of the estate of Johil P.
Anl nf the town of Newberry, in the Dis-.
triet of Newberry and State of South Caro
lina within said district, who has been ad.
judged a Bankrupt upon his own petition hy
the District Court of Said District. Dated
18th day of May. A. D , 1868.
JOHN T. PETERON, Assignee.
May 20 21 3:.
District Court of the Fnited Slat*s.
For the District of South Carolina. 2n
Bankruptcy. In the matter of J. T.
To whom it 'may concern: The under.
signed hereby elves notice of his appoint,
ment as Assignee of the estate of J T.
Zeaiy. of the town of Newberry. in the Dis
trict of Newhrry and State of Soulh Caro,
lina within iai- district. who has been ad
judged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of maid District. Dated
1fth day of May,A. D 1868.
JO HN R. LEAVELL, Assignee.
MIy 20 213!.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry District-lu EQuity.
Emeline D. Gross, Adm'x, v Jas. C. Gross
Bill to Mirshall Assets, kc.
1-i appearing to my satisfaction that
James Hodges, Wiliam R. Hodges, Robert
odges, and William '. Lewis (constitut
.ingtl frm if Bgodg-s Brothers) the part
ners of th firm e 7 ar y., H owe & Co,, and
E. B. Sater, defendants inthissase, teside'
beyond the limits of. this Stata NMotion
of Mr. Fair, Pif'f Sorr, 1its Ordered, that
-the saidl absent deenantit do ples& answer.
or demur to this bill within forty da)s from.
the pbeation hereof, or the same will be
taken pro confesso against them.
Zom's Office, SILAS. JOHNSTONE,
-10W May, 1888. 20 217 010 . .X1r.D.
ST:LM OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
hrr strict.I qut
John-R. 8udley'& CharltQn H. 3ohdley,
Sinrving x 'or% V iebMAd $ 8ondley,
Foster A. Sndley and others.
Bill for Moshalling Assetts, Ijontion, &c.
It'apperiag to my satisfaction that Fos
ter A Sondley. and. Moses Lilienthall, de
fendants in -b" ease, .re4de -beyond the
limita of t%* Sm4e, On Motion of Mr. -Fair,
PIintiff'1 A ,-iiOrdered, that the
laid absens defendants.o plead, answer or
demar to the b811lied in 4bhIs case within
forg~ days -from thse puiicati4o Iereoif. or
the me .ill be taoe ~i~ eaJ agiinst
t o h t % r 0 0 e e . c'S T . fn .,
00.y,- C.- 2 21.9*.
S.W. Smith vB.Wyddo, LG.0 ayes &.
Bil fr~ Account
I anearin te asatisfaction that Seui
la adesad Rhpdon Ga Maye4. &wo7of
~he-defendantaio this- case, reside beyond
bhefrim of ibis State, on-motion of LeRoy
WCYornmas Pit'a Sol'r Ordereg~hat the
s4I ibseidefeiku's do plead. answer-or
de.m to ,j3& .sithi forty day. from
MDO.~bere r the spine will-be
Ger ffe SI LAS JOH1NSTONE,
STATEOF SOUTH CAROLINA.
-,Ne erDistriet-In Equity.
hDSyber asnd WvyM..SubervyW.
- .eaed, Eror, et .
3lllfor sale o Land Relief, &c.
KJigpWEintg to miy iatibraction"that W.
KKMaIa party dtefeidantin tiacase,
rpsade beyond she'Hinits of 'this State, On
magona-ef Mesas. Jones k -Jones, it
ia. trdered, thai tha ,aid heent -defend
ant & plead, adswer or. demulrso this Bill
within forty days'-fte.i the.publication-here
of,:or the samne. will be taken pro.confesso
against dm. 'SILAS JOHNSTrONE,
(?nrom 0*dee c.a ,-. a.
1- Xaj,1868. -' - 2217 tl4
STA.TE OF SOUTH DASLOLINA.
Thobwer~y iitrict-In Equtt.
W. H. Oriemuand E &.Gieron. bis wife,
-Ada'x.-, v Thomas F. Marmon, Adm';
The crdiorof the esate of Mieton T.
Kiar,4dee'if,- Ure required to render on
oa andesabllsh their fesp~ective demands,
befosie the '-omm1sioner on or before the
Utb dsy of Jane next.
.SILAS ,JOIINSTONE, oEWD
Com'sOffice, 11May, 1868 1320 5-10
TATE OF SOUTHCUAROLINfA.
,Newberry District-Ia Equity.
oseh 1. A&bramns and wif,tby next friend,
vs. Allen S. Serugga and othess. -
- ill for Ascownt iznd Relie.
Iappearing to my satisfaetion -that John
HP lanon, a party defendent in this case,
eddes beyoma the Smint of this Stat.. -On
itinof Mr. Caldwell, plaintif's so!., it is
ordle that Ie do plead, answer or demsr
to the bIUGlid in this case,within fbrty days
rom the pulication.hereof, or the same
wi be taken, pro- confesso -aiainst him.
SILAS JOHINSTONE, 0. E, N D.
Comn's Odice; May 11, 1868. Z3 207 O14
SThe State of South Caroina.
SIas Job oe y~,, vs. A. i4I and
BilR to reciose stattiary Hlen.
side-bev-defnian this ae, me,
Lsatd' that-Iteige absent ~di'fendant do
flead,j answereor demnur, to the bill filed in
this case within forty days from the publi
cation hereof, or the same will be taken pro
confeso against him.
Corn's Office, c. E. N,D.
April 29 18 5:, 510.
The State -of South Carolina.
Newherry District-In Equity.
. H. Willias, Adm'r, vs. J. J. Eender and.
Thecreditorsof the estate of Richard W.
Clary, dcaere required-?orender en
oath. and etbihtheir respective demands
before theCommiessiner, on or before..the
first day afJsme, 1868.
Corn's Onile, SIrASJOHNSTONE.
April 29 188, 910. c. B. .D.
wne iber oe1 -on-th
Itof MAEG a Schoo for boys.
The.oorsebf istruction wilt qan
thM guranes. dsie
Tre:TheXodarer'niog h,ung aas
inaTe. he OU e iuh naIly
mar~u 3. F. 3. CALDWELL.
$rORY OFCHARLCST&S AFD THE WA.
By 1. Witherspoon rd.
TU the issue o the Yorkille Eniquire# for the
4th of June. will to commeticed the publication
of the above thrilling and interesting nouvelette,
written expmely for its columns. by one of the
most popa r authors ct-this State., The princi
pal scenes of this-story are laid in Charleston
and vicinity. and the story cannotfall to prove
interest ig to all who are familiar with the
evetits which occurred in that locality during
the late war.
One of the mopt painfulcircumstances connect
ed with the heroic defence of Charle ton, during
Its three years of tiege, is to be found In the fact,
that during all this time, there were persons in
the city, "in high life," who were engaged as
spivs in sending information to the besiegers.
Drawings of the fortiacations were farnished,
weak points noted. and the movement of troops
indicated as soon as begun, and the fieet notised
of the time of arrival and departure of blockade
running ves-els. So cautious-y did these emis
saries of the enemy conduct their work, ttrat for
a long time the skill of the most eminent detea
tives n as baffed in their endeavors to break up
the illicit correspondence. These spies were the
source of extreme annoyance to the Command
ers in Charleston, and theinformati,on they were
ena led to furnish, often thwar ed their best maA
tured designs upon the enemy. As a proof or
tht completeness of this couspira,y, it may be
remarked. that the daily papers of the city were
frequently read on board the blockade feet, the
same day of their publication.
'he author of I-solette, or the Female Spy,"
has taken the principal characters and incidents
in thig affair, and under assumed names. has pre
sented them in the form of A thrilling, and well
wi itten romance, historic and imaginative. The
circumstances of the story are detailed a- begin
ning on James Islaud and in connection with
some of the South Carolitia Regiments stationed
there. After many thrilling adventures in
which the 'temale spy" figures Igrgely, the he
roes of the plot follow their rel-iment to Vir
g.nLa. before the walls of Petersbur-,. The sur
render of General Lee's Army in 1865, Rnds
them again t.mong the Santee hills, where the
Persont who wish to secure this Interesting
story complete,shi.uld-send in their subscriptions
at once, at onlya lirited number of copies of
the-paper will be printed to supply future orders
T accommodate person who desire the En
rer on account &tthe Story, the following are
TERMS IN ADVANCE.
I copy, three motiths,..........................1 00
1 copies, three months,............7 fs)
I.copy,-one year,...............3 50
AddresL% L. XM. G RIS r.,
Yorkville, '8. C.
Don't Fail to Try the Celebra
ted Southera Touid, Panknin's. Hepalic Bit
ter., anu uf.Bing-remedy -fr all Diseases of
the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
siae by all Druggists.
Don't Fail' to Try the Cele
brated S6uthern Tonic, Panknin's Hepatic
Bitters, ari i'nfailing remedy for all Dis
eases -of the Digestive Organsand the Liver.
Foi;ilt by ,* Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the Cele
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Bitters, an unfailing refi~edy 'for all Dis
eases of-the Digestive Organs and the liver.
For sale by aif Druggists.
Ddai Fail to Try the Cele
brated SouthernTonic, anknin's Hepaic
Bitters, an unfailing remedy for all Dis
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Ive.
For sale by all -Druggists.
Don't:Fail to Try the Cele
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Sitters, an unfailing remedy for all liseaas
of the Digescryes Organs and-the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the Cele
brated Southern Tonic, Paaknin's Repatie
Bitters, anl unfailing remedyfor all Diseases
of the~ Digestive -Organs anid the Liver. For
sale 'by all Druggists.
The Due West F emah. College.
DieFOn-e Hundred names a-re on our
roll. There is still roomh. Pupils are re
ceived at any time. BOAnaING Twelve
dollars a month in .currency, not including
fmeland washing. .TUITIoN,' Twenty -Dol
lars for five months. Musi,'(pian),Twenty
fiur DoIars Vocal Music, French and
Lainh, taught free of charge. '. -
Jan 15 Smuo. -; -.L BONNER,~ Pres.
The subscriberbisving opened a Restaurant
NET DOOR to his Bakery and Confec
donery store, in the building formerly oc'
capiedby Mr. B. II. Blesse, for the eccoma
modadon of the public,--infvrms thecn that
haeis pretd,to furnish
All ike Delileacles of the seasoa
Oysters and Game,
In the most acceptable style.
He wiU keep constantly on draft
Fresh Lager Beer,
Wine~S, Ales1 &c.
He is also,prepared to furnish
TRANSIENT OR -REGULAR
BOARD AND LODGING.
He respectfully asks for a sbare of patron
age, and promises to make his establish
mnent a favorite-resort.
Jan 153 LOUIS SCHODAIR,
A cure for all Face Aches and
-Nervous Disorders, &c.
For sale ta PRA'FT'S Drug Store.
New Bar Room.
I have opened and -refurnished the lBar
Room in Amazoque, formei-ly kept by Mr.
Fed Boozet; and will always keep on hand.
the very purestiquors -thit-can be .had' n
the Market-Suh as S(ognhc, -Apple ande
Peheh- prndv, vihridos brands whiskey,
Gin, Runi, Wine, Ale, Porter, &c. My stock
will always be select and pure, and prices
very moderate. Call and see 'f you cannot
get~a better drink at less money than for
merly. D. WARD, & Co.,
Netvberry, March 25.
New Barber Shop.
Shaving,-Hair Dressing and. Champooing
stylishly done in sqnire Pcterson's shop by a
.The Subscriber wonld inform his friends
and-the public that he has a small stocke.of
SADDLES, BRIDLES, BUQGY BAR-9
K' ESS1 &c.,.
hich he. offers for sale at prices to suit4ehe
imes. jh W.AL ELKORE.
April i 2th
New1heny Female College.
:Thp present Session openeit -on the Ist*
~~ur. -Pupils are received at any time
llgthe Session. For partlenlars address
REv. 3. TAYLOR ZEALY,
Newberry C. H., S. C. Principal.
MIKE Ef YOUR UBS!!
A FIRST CLASS, LIVE
DISTRIOT, FA MILY,
General News Paper !
DIVOTED TO -
New umquedie.nably Is the time
ETHER SINGLY OR IN 8.UBS I
tiv-Cpi year, and one to gsttr ap
03 WORK OF ALL KINDS,
ErCE REY AD CAPL.
T. F. & R. H. GRENEKEE.
G iERAL SUPERTENDENV8 OFFCeV
CUALiSToN, 8. C.. March 8
Qn and after fnday,Jng1. t senins0
ger Trains on the Sodth o. RaRed wil
ran as follows,-vb.
Leave Cbarleto -for Colubia.-..60 A X
Arrive at Kin le.. .. ...... 10PM.
Leave Kin ............................. 2.00PM
Arrive at Columb:a............... .84: E
Leave Columbia .: ........6..... 6.00'A-E
Arrive at Kingll............
LeaveKing .8 00A
Arrive at Charle.tog...... . ........ 0 P.
The Passenger Train on the Camden Ditch
will conneet-with Up and Down ColambiaTrais,
and Wilmington and MIanchester Railroad
Trains on 3o Vdays, Wednes4ys and Saturdays.
N UHT EXPESS. FREIGHT AND PAS
SENGER ACCOMMODA1IO.N TRALs will run
as follows, viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia..5.. 40 P 31
Arrive at Columbia..... ....................6. 5 A M
Leave Columbia..................... 5.3D P X
Arrive at Charleston.............. ........ 540 A N
March 21 .H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Supt.
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after FRIDAY, the 6th instant,
Passenger Trains will run daily, Sundays
excepted, as follows:
Leave Columbia at...........,7.00 a. m.
Newberry at..............1035 "
Arrive at A bbeville at.........,,3 30 p. m,
" at Anderson at...... ... 515
" at Greenville at...........600
Leave Greenville at...............6.00 a. m.
Anderson at...........6 15 "
Newberry at..............125 p.m.
Arrive at Alston at.... ..........300 "
" at Columbia at..........5.00 "
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will
also run daily, Sundays excepted, connect
ing with the up and. down trains on the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, as fol
Leave Anderson at..............520 p. m.
" Pendleton at.... ....... 6 20 -"
Arrive at Walhalla at......... ..8.00 " -
Leave Wa!halla at............4 00 M m.
- " Pendleton at......... ...5.40 "
Arrive-at Andergon at...........640 "
The train will return from -Belton t6 An
derson on Monday,and Friday mornings
JAMES 0. MEREDRIT,
Dec. 11 50 tf.
Soath Carolina Railroai
This Company has now for sale, for the
accommodation of merchat - throughout
the country, "BUSINESS TICKETS"-to'
travel over the road.
ONE THOUSAND MILESTOR $25.
They can be ptocurd-at the Companys
Iicket Office in Augusta, Columbia and.
Camden; also in Charle.ton, fivrk
L. C. IIENDRIQS,
General Ticket Agent
April 22 17 tf Ottee John Street.
-7 New Schedule.
- Office LurensR,
Lauts C. H. 'S. .,Ari2% 188
On and'after.Tuety, 12th Mlay next, she
trains on this road:wlitcominence runsing
to return on siae day&;to oneet ich ip
and dowa. .an.aGreenvlle and ColnaW
'bia'Railrbed, atRelen~a; laiff?ng Latan at
5 A.M., on Tuesdays. Tbisday's andRat
urdays, and leaving Heleaa-at 1*. Mf., on
same days. . J. S. AOWER
SOUTEt CAULiNA RAI AO
GENERAI, SUPERINTE.NbEN's 0TFICS
. SOUTE CAnOINia Raito.aD,
April 28 1868.
TIlE FOLW[NG FEIGHT TARDTF
from Nashville and Chattanooga to Com,
bla will take eieet fromrandatter thiaidatea
To Columit. 1ashvlUe. Oattaeooga.
Oats perbee...........28 .1.~
Con per buseil.........36 ~ .~
Wheat, rye-and barley pet
bishel.......'....,. 44 32*
Pork aad beetf per,brreL-...42W LS~
Ftoai, apples, onions ~and
potatoes erbarreL:.. 1S -419'
W hiskey, -high. .wines and
(Slgned,) - H- T.-PEAKE,
Notice To Sipperu
-Genti Bperinten'a Ofie. S'.C. RJ,
On aud after thIs date the TAERFF( te
Grekt&outh1ern -rih .ine, I'OM
BIA. wUI1beas4llows, viz: 1s
Cotten pm bale, to New Y.ok...... .. 1
" Phladla........... 0
Thi retas gaaltiem........ ...... 3e
and mno~rell)e anyu g
the d;iderance of insuanc-,ts mesthtoat
20c-,sadeer tulet omp~ensated by diference of
Dec11 Gen- era Serinted .'
"The, Christian Neighbor,..
.OnThusdy, A pril 2d, 18-8. Isba?oommenet
the~weeky: jbhestion of TH E CgRISIlA2(
NEle H H ,3n the city of Columbia, S. C.
It will be-au ADVoora:E 1. Of Christianiry
universal-; also particular, as opposed to Var
ofL.sive or defensrve.- 2. Of the iaternal Unity.
of the Church, as opposed to the pretensions "of
externalism. 8. Of Methodismn. as holding the
Read, and as consisting with tbe essentiaf lib
erty and .charity of Chritunty.- 4.- Of 'lvl
Government and Patriotism, ai.theyoonhist with
the Divine Goyerniment and General lidjigity.
5. Of -rquality, as it consists with ChristIamined
common sense. 8. Of Education, physiofl, men
tal, religious and mora, .as of -the~irut. inp
tance. - -
A REcoEDEE of General InteWpUge 6atbe
household, .sgricultura.l, actentad1 ie fci1
commercial and political world.
- hAd an ADYZaTIsEE of the respectable-Ed
moral. . --
Care will he exercised to exc?ude-Iiisproper
matter, and to put in that which will instract
the Children and the Schotl, and edify Lhe
Adults and the Church.
Tha question~of the cenusteney of'wat with
Christianity will, when ander consideration, be
treated as far as we can in as Christian spirit.
And, while the denominational feature- of- the
pap,er will be MethodistIc, we shell endeuor "to
kee the unity of the spirit in the bend of peaoe"'
wit all branphes of the Church thathiold&Chrst
as the Head.
The e5ort wHi be to muaketbe weely visitsef
Tnua NmEssHoR agreeable and profitable to every
Tnn inhAvance or witidin3Naniths:
One Year................ 2
Every-subsrbr.1s authorised to aect as an
agent, and w si e 3.00 biaov
paper, be" id h 1 gr een~ oni
amounta receiveid trout hWfo'WMaz.Juin
A limited namb~ed
celved at the custonik
05 Persons remnttag' ' e
posit the letter in the Post 0O I thejisec
of a witness, ar.d In case the mo ~ is not res
ceived. the certificate of deposit w' tbe forward
ed to us -.
g The rcitof all sums of money sent will
be acknowrledge in the paper, in connection
with thesubseiber's name.
ft5 Office on Main street, next to Robert
Bryce & Son. -
P. S. Agent. and other friendsr to the enteo
prise will please exert themselves'anfi'se n
8'bsrlberssnd money by the last of March.
March d 10tf. --
Greenv1IJe and& Coludibia R. L
-This Company haarnow f&t^1ai hiBeu of
"Season Tickets," a 1ICKET which eties
a perspir.to- traiveltier th:Toa6
Ane -etan efo44O
within ob c.
Agets ~pfmia, Iewwery, Abpeve
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*And how they Lived, Fought. and Died for
Dizie, with Incidents ad Sketches of Life
in the Confederacy, comprising. Narratives
of Personal Adient.rei 'Army - Life, Na'val
Adventure, Hote'Life, Partisan Daring,
Life in ihe Cangp, Field and HIospital, to
gether with the: Songs. Ballads, Anecdotes
and Hurons Incidents ot the war for
There is a certain portion of ihe war that
will never go into- dhe tegnlar histories, n or
be-embodied In roesance or oer, which is
a very real part of It, and wil, if preserve.d,
convey -to succeeding :generations a bettrr
idea of the-spiri: of the condilet than miany
lir,reports -r careful narratives of events,
aigdatus part may be called the gossip, the
fun, the pathos of the war. -ThIs iltustsates
thme character of- the leade, the hu~mor of
tha oMiers..the dev 'n of womeutlbe
bravery or men, the.plue tof our-hatoes,-the
-romance and' hardsnip of the .eryicA.
.Th. Valiant and. .rave hearted; the Pie
tare-que and Dramatic,be Witty and Mar..
velous, the- Tender .and Pathetiec and the
whole Panorama -o. the-Wai- are-here thril
lingly portraye4 k-a masterly usanner; at
once:historical and romantic. rendering it
the most-ample, unique,- brilliant and reada
able book that the war has called forth.
-Amumement as *ell as instruction-may be
found it every page, as graphic detail, br il.
lant wit, and anthentic history, are skill
fully intrerwoven in thiswork of literary art.
Send for Cirio.a and see our'ternms, and
a full de-cription of the work.
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Jan 152 Atlanta, Ga.
Charleston, S. C.
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th, above well known Hotel, re.spectfully
informs his fr.iends and the travelling publid
that it has been refurnished in all of its de
partments. The table will at all imes be
supplied with the best the Marketr affords,
inicluding-every delicacy in season, while
the cuisine will be unexceptionable. The
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tained at any time. The same attention
will be paid to the comfort of the guests as
heretofore, and- travellers can rely upon
finding the Charleston Hotel equal to any
in. the United States. 4'he . patronage of
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Greenvlle Female Colleges
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