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- frem- Rich iend i
-( * -wit interee wh~en. a
- ai-.l -comparsonl of
- widkeplace that will e
-that the 'Pendleton
- it not ofeai any .seneTis
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- be#-lai pr've~d that' his
pg ttIrr is -essantal tQ the sae
- mfibhe-paIy. The naies 'of
-beieinati Eespirer, whieh
-- a e ading ndjeton organ in
wes, dmane, t the ha'n4s
jtional Doimoeratie Cou
-. a platforie Wc sha
-- flowirg points~: 1.
- E 4.wentybndca
-- -padiaega tePer!s and
' -. Agistv ofspablie character-,
* -. ise- WIe promi-sed in gold,
- b aliingal-tenders.
-~ - -One. urey for all, and
- eiuogurnou tiziOn uponl
a uts* ha.frred as DemBocr'atie
- - pincipib-oppition to privileged
e&sss-wichrece'ive favoire andi
a#-.frQE..the government not
uneth massess, follows log
- agflom- uth1e adoption of this~
$' gbiedb is to be paid
i S1ias.possibIe, withog too
g tsgan indatiou of the currency,
4o-save an annual. drain
0 000 aO year, now paid
in the a pe of interest upon the
prMeiyal of said debt.
2. A aat oal debt is a national
curse, and efforts must be directed
- for its speedy liquidation."
This vulgar phrase is still used
by many people who otherwise
employ the most el axJgt e.
. A friseg.not accustO 4to' the
expression waP app o~ed )the
other'.day by nrmc
troublIe, - wbo d ei
his'4.vagees tha -fashion:
- uggMy j(sie-r'y,u- kow" -No,
sirJ$eNtkdro -hiai-"tole a
ho?0U 6;'3nW-. NO, sid', I
didget know-that either"--"and is
in ii1 vou know, and, you know,
11Want toget bim ost, you kuowvi
and- wante f PD on-bilkbond,
y9amnV'. -6 dWt know your
brother, didn't kipow he stole a
bdree, Ah4ddidn't know he was in
jail;" said our friend, getting a
litte vexed. "Well, you know he
never stole a horse before, and
never wilt again, you know."
"Look here, Mister, you are ae
cusing me of having an intimacy
with a horse thief which is not
true, and you had better not re
peat that again, I told you once
before that I didn't know your
brother, and that I didn't know
he stole hoi ses," replied our friend,
Dntirely losing his tetuper.. "I
didp't mean to say you know him,
but that 'you know' was just a
saying of mine, you know"-"No,
[didn't know that was just a say
ng of'yours, but I do know that
Fou are a fool," and with that he I
ialked oV and left hi-m to look up
;mebody.el s to go on the bond.
The State of S6uth Carolina.
Newbirry District-In Equity.
Wias Johpstone, ys. J. A. Bond.and others.
It appearing to my satisfaction. that James
V Boid. one of the defendeets in this case.
etdes beyond the Hmit,of tbis State. -
notion of Messrs Jones & J6t - - ~ v
olicitors. it Is oreO -! rtaintlff's
'ndanr do p;e , aat said absent dt
ill, wi'-' ' answer or de'-ur to -this
..an forAsy days f-ui the publication
anreef,r thne-.ne wil e taken 'pro con%
esso as.t him.
g's- Office, tILAS JOHNSrONE,
My20y21,7r. fU4 C. E. N. D.
Distrkct Ceart of*teUie tts
r the DIStrict of South Croft&. In
atkruPt -In the matter of JOHN P
To whan it may concern: Tbo' under
'ned eby gives notice of .bis appoint,
e1tUsi%h ee of tbe estate of Job, P
tuf, f the town of Newberry, in the Dis,
'* of Newtisrry and State of South Caro
av within said distriet, who has been' ad
zleed a rankrppt upon his own petition by
ne0 Distret. Court of Said District. Dited
8th day of May. A. D , 188
JOH N T. PEIUON, Assignee.
NeY 021s ,
)fArict Court efthe United Statis
or the District of South Carolina. fu
Bankruptor. In the matter of J. T.
To whom it ray concer: The under
Oigned hereby gies, notice of his appoint
ment a Assignee of the estate of J .T.
Eialy. of the towr StNeNberry. in the Dis
trictofNeberty aid State of South Carom
Ilna withitn said district.- who baa been ad
}udged a Bankrupt upon his Mrs petition by
the District Co't of said Distrlct. Dated
i5h day of May, A. D1868. -
: JOR N . LEARLL, Assignes,
.May 20 21 3t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry District-In Equity.
EmeHine 1D. Gross, Adm'x, I Jas. C. Gross
and others. -
Bill to MarshaIH-Assets, te.
It appearing to niy satisfactionl that
lases Rodges, William R. Hodges, Bobert
Hodges, and William I'. Lewis (oonstiltt
ag AheM.kef -Rodges Brothers) thesat
smy.of the firm,ot Carey., Howe & Co., and
B' .'Slatler dIefendanta.in this ease, reside
heod:the .i1m1tefT thiaState, On Motion
if Mr. F'air, Pi1's Sol'r, it is Ordered, thaw
the said af,sent deen&nts do p1lead, auswrer
ordemur.4o this bill wi~this forty~ day from
the~ pbPetatin hereof, or the same will be
sehni pro -confe3ssd against them.
Co'ra Ullie. sILAS JOflNSTONE,
16th May, 1868. -SQ 21 't1 ".d .E.5.D.
STAT]itOF SOUTH CAROLINA.
- Newber'Py District-Xn Equity.
B W SniVdiyB'Waido, E.G. ayes &J
-Dill for Aceocant.
Isa aperid,io inr satisfacotion that Ben
Jawiir Walde id RNyde. . Mayes, two di
te defendlapts in SilIs esse, eside -beyond
rehe%pftof this State, on iiotia~of IeRoy
F. Youmnana, Jf's or, thai the
said-sM dfendant'a do pU.saswer or
den~to. fhis BdI witin forty days from
t he -abiscador-~ herEof,.or the sene-.will be
saki pro confesso againstbtem.
Com'rs Office,. SIL AS JOHINSTONE,
-16 May, -188. C .f
II 20) 21 7 14 -
STATE OPSOUTH CAROLINA.
icejab D. Suber and Iv i. Suber v W
B. S.-Bearti, Es'or, et nk
-. -,illU for sale of Land, Relief, &c.
-N%ppear'ing to my satis'faction that W.
E. S. Beard, a party defendant in tis case,
resides beyond the limits of .tbia Stat.e .n
mon ., of Messrs. Jones & Jones it
is ordered, that the, said absent defer'd
ant do ple.ad, answer or .demne to this Bill
within forty days fronsa the publication hese
of, optule same will he taken pro confesso
agaist4im. : SLME JOHNTONE,
Co'r,Office, C. E. s. D.
- 1} May, 1888. - 2 21'7 f14
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry District-Int Equity.
W. U. Grierson and E C Grierson. bi' wife,
Adm'x. , Thomas F. Hlarmon, Adrn'r,
The creditors of the esrate of Middleton T.
Kinard, dec'd, are required to render on
oath and establish their respective demands.
before the Coqamsioner on or before the
15th day of June next.
SILAS JOIiNSTONE, C R.N D.
Com''sOffie11 May, 1868 1320 5-10
STA TE OF.SOUT H CAROL INA.
Newberry Distriet-In Equity.
Joseph F. Abrams and wire, by next frend,
vs. Allen S. Scrnggs and others.
Bill for Account and Relief.
It appearing to my satisfaction that John
W Hatton, a party defende-nt 'n this case,
resides beyonn the limits' of thi- St-ate. On
motion of Mr. Calidwell, plaintiff's sol., It is
ordered that he do plead, answer or demur
to the bill filed in this case.withiu forty gays
from the publication hereof, or the same
will be taken pro confes'o against him.
SILAS JOHNSTO NE, c. z, N D.
Comn's Office, May 11, 1868. 13 20 7014
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-Ia Equjty.
Silas Johnstone, Comn.. vs. W.. A. Ben. and
Bill to foreclose statry lien.
--It nppearing tod,aty satisfaction thalt
harles S. Reid, a de(bbdant in thitcaseg ro%
sides bevond the limits of this Stafegon tto
tin of Mr. Baxter. Pl(ainsiI*a 3o11llr, or,
deredI that the said - absent. <1eftadant. do
plead, answer or demur. so the' bill fle -i'n
this case within forty days'rrom the- pati
caion bereof, or the sarnle will be takten pro
confesso against him.
Corn's Offee, c B. N.D.
Apri.2 18 St a 40.
IsOLETTE, TIE PEILE SPL
.-MRT OF CARLS.TOi4 AIM THI WAA
y J. Witherspoon .rvi.
7n the issue of the Yorkvlfle Enquirer for tt
4th of June. will be commenced the publicatio
of the above thrilling and interesting nouvelett
written expressly for its columns. by one of tt
most populara ubor'ot this State. The prisie
pS scene of this story are laid In Cbarlesto
and vicinity. and the story caunot fall to prov
interesting to all who are familiar with tl
events which occurred in that locality durin
tbe lute war.
One of the most painfbl circumstances conneol
ed with the heroic defence of Charle ton, durin
its three years of siege, is to be found in the f1
that during all this time, there were persons I
the city, " high life," who were engaged a
spies in sending information to the beslegeri
Drawings of the tortiocations were furnished
weak points noted. aud the movemeut of troop
judicated as soon as begun, and-the feet notift
of the time of arrival and departure of bloekad
rabIuin ves-els. So cautions.y did these emis
sat ies o the enemy coi,duct their work, tat fo
a long time the skill of the most eminent detew
tives was baffled in their endeavors to break ul
the illicit correspondence. These spies were th
source of extreme annoyance to the Command
ers in Charle-ton, and the informatiWn they wer
ensae led to furnish, often thwar ed their best ma
tured designs upon the eiemy. As a proof c
the completeness of this conspiracy, it tpay b
remarked. that the daily pepera of the city wet
freqnently read on board the blookade Aeet, tb
suzm day of their publication.
the uthor ofIDolette, or the Female Spy,
bas take the principal characters and incident
in this afiir, a.d under assumed names. has pre
sented them in the form of a thrilling, and wel
wi itten romance, historic aud imaginative. Thi
ci.amstances of the story arc detailed a-. begin
ning ou James Island and in conuection witi
tome of the b5it,; (arolits Regiments stationel
there. After mavy thrilling adventures it
which the "femalespy" fgures largely, the he
roes of the plot follow their regiment to Vir
g.nia. before the walls of retersbur . The ur
render of Generul Lee's Army in 1865. fltd
them again &.mong the SAntee hill9, where th
rersons who wish to secure this Interestini
story complete, sh. uld send in their isubsriPtion
lit once, a only a limited -number of c0pWe0
the,paff will be printed to supply future orderi
r a0;=UMft persons wbo- esdre the E
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NEXr IDOOR to .his Bakery and Confec
rlane'ry store; in tho building formerly oc
cupled by Mr. B.-M. Blease, for the accon
modation of the public, informs them the
he is prepared to1harnish
All ti BelIkaciEs of the seas.1
Oysters and Gamd;
- hI-e most sceptible style.
H will keep constantly on draft.
*Fresh Lager Beer,
Wines, Ale~s, &c.
He is also prepared to furnish
TRANSIENT OR REGULA]
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He respect fully asks for a share of patio
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Jan 15 3 LOUIS SOHODAIR.
CE LEBRAT E]
A cure for all Face Aches an
Nervous Disorders, &c.
For sale ta PRATT~'S Drug Store.
New Bar Room.
I have opened and refurnished the B
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New Barber Shop.
Shaving,Hair Dressing and Champooll
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frtrate Barber. --
The Subscriber won1d inform his frier
and the pfablic tlpat~he has5 a smtall stock
SA.IDLES; BRIDLES, BUGGY EAR
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trrive at Columbia.. 860 P X
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Lrive at Kit.ville........... ..... 7.aD A X
:oave Kingwill ........... ...............1...... Soo A K
rrIve at Charleqton............................8.00 P X
The Passenger Train on the Camden Brauh
will connect with Up and Down Columbia Trains,
ind Wilmington and Manchester .Railroa
[rains on Mom,1lavs, Wednedgays and Saturdiys.
N GHT EXPkESS. FREILIT AND PAS
;ENGEIt ACCOKMODAr1o.4 TEAI. will ran
is fo lows. viz:
[eave Charleston for Columbia...-..... 5 40 P 19
krrive at Columbia..... ...........6. 5 A' K
eave Columbia......... ..... 5.0 P K
Lrive at Charlest ....... ........ 50 A K
March 21 H. T. PEAKE, GeA'l Sapt.
3reenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after FiDAY, the 6th Instat,
'assenger Trains will ran daiy, ?undays
xcepted, as follows:
jeave Columbiaat...............7.00 a. m.
Newberry at,..........10 35 "
krrive at A bbeville at...........3 30 p. m.
" at Anderson at.. .. ...5 15
" at Greenville at...........6 00 "
eave Greenville at.............. 6.00 a. m.
" Anderson at.............. 6 45
Abbeville at...............845 "
" Newberry at.........1 25 p. m.
krrive at Abston at ... .........300 "
"-at Columbia at...........5 00 "
Trains on the' Bie Ridge Railroad will
lso run daily. Sundays excepted, connect
ng with the up and down trains on the
xreenville and Columbia Railroad, as fot
eave Anderson at...............520 p. m.
" Pendleton at...............6 20 "
krrive at Walballa at......... ..8.00 "
Acave Wahalla at................4 00' a. m.
" Pendleton at...............5 40'
krrive at Anderson at ..........640 "
The train will return from Beltou to An
lerson on Monday and Fridav mornings.
-JAMES 0 MEREDt rH,
bee. 11.50 td.
South Carolina Railroad.
This Company has now for sale, for the
"ecommod,tioh of merchants throughout
he country, "BUSiE;S TICKET' to
ravel over the road.
ONE ''IIOUSAND MILES FOR $25.
They enn be procnred at the Company's
ricket Office in Augusta, Columbia and
amden ;_also in Gharleston, from
L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent
April 22 17 tf Office John Street
Laurena C.- H.,. S. C-, AprHl 29, 1868.
On and after Tnesday. 12ti May nexF the
~rans on this road will commenee running
o return on - same day to conneet with up
and down traina on Geville aud Colam
Ia Railroad, at Helena; leavin ~Laurens at
5.K I., on Tedays,rhureday's and Sai
aray's,.an~d learflug Helena at IP. M.,.Ooa
ame days. J. 8., BOW B,
M.y 6 Supt. E. R.R.
SOUTh CAROUINA SAL ROADs
GaNERnAL SuPElMN"TrDNt'S OFea0,
SOUTH CARoMINA RLILROAD
A prir 28. 1868.
TRlE YOLLOWWG..FEGW1T' T4&RIFF
ront Nashville;-and Chattanooga-td -e,unu
bia itll take effect frot. an4after this ,dst6
From . Stm.
To Columbia. Nashrille. ChmafaoogA~
Bacn per 100'bs........83 6.
Oars per bushel..........28 21
Corn per bushel..........36' 27
Whear, rye andI barley per'
bashet ......:.-3 2 -
Pork ad boefperarreL...257 812
Flour, apples, .onions and.
potatoes per barre.... 159 - 19
Wiskey, high wines and
(SlrndiJ I. T. PS AKS,
May 7 General Superhntendent.
Notice To Shippers:
Genm' S.,erlnten-s 0soe, S2. ..
On and.after this date te A4UFb the
Grat Southern Freight Line, F1t0K COLUX
BIA . will be as fotiow ViE
Cotto perb.le, to New York ...-...r.4 ...41
a a Philadelphit.-....,..... 4 00
This route is guaranteed as cheapet, quicker
and more -reliable-than any comrpeting. -ihfle
the differance of insurance, hot' a'mnannting to
,is over twice compensated by difDres.eof
On 'rhursday, Aril 2d, 18 8. a hab comnmene
NEIGH ,in he ityof Columbia. S.C. -
It wHil be an.ADvoCra: 1. Oif Christianity
universal; also particuTar, as opposed, to war.
of neiveormdefensive. 2. Of the internal Unity
of he Church, as opsdto the peetensios of
externlali. 8. Of Methodisas. as holding the
Head, and as consisting with the essentialis, 116
erty and charity of Chuistianfty. 4. 'Of .Ciii
Government and Patriotism, a. he consist witb
the LDivine'Governienmt and GenrlB -.gdy
5. 9*' qualty. as is consists with(ratsle
comnenskee. 8. Of Edauaben,pbsla, me.e
tal, religious and moral, as of the ist upon.
A EORDEE of General Inte)gn Os flom'ti
hosehold, agriCultural. senicr attfisil,
commnerial andt political world.
And an AnVZa-ri8EE of the- respebaa Et
Care will be exercised, to exclude imp)roper
matter, and to pnt.in that which -will instruct
the Children and the School, -and edify the
Adultas and the Chbtch.
Tha igumeio of the comsesteney of war with
Obrst,nity.will, when under-considrttan be
treated as far as we cin in a Chr1stian r!.
And, while the. denominatlohal leeture th
per willhbeMetho4istic. wei'hail:endear "to
The eS.br will be 50 ipakeibe weebly.visits ci
Ta. NmGuaoa agreeable and profitable to every
Terms in Advanceorwithin ~S5anhe
One Year.................. ........ . . .S200
Every subscriber is authovised to .act as a
agent, and will, after ~yln S1.' for his.ocr
paper, be credlted w iiper cent onal
amounts received from him for TEs NEIGSBet
A limited number of ad,etiaemnents wil be re
eved at the customary rates.
gy Persons remitting money by mail will de.
posit the letter in the Post Offein the presenc4
of a witness, ar.d In case the money I, not re
ceived. the certificate of deposit will be forward
ed to us
7 l'he receip of all sums of money sent wll
be acknowledge in the paper, in connection
with the su erber's name.
* 7 Omice on Main. street,. nex* to Roberl
Bryce & zlon.*
Address'. Clma,S -
P. S. Ajetil and oIlIrfOiends to tigCepey
pse ileas? exert theles and ssudk
'March 4iatf. ybth aoK
Gieenv110 3 a 4010fBI *sV0
a pesob.to- traver te -
within ontie rfi de4lna1s
Anderson and Greenve.e
W. A LST@GMEB
The Great Pou,arPapar
Sk Deifrm -1
Three Dollarss ar
Ter s, Caa43 1 A 4vanx~
"-No paper sent ules the GakA*
conapanies the order. ~
I No paper ei for a. jonga tiP
than paid for.
EIOEIAN, DAWSJN 4 Ct
For the Camdyaigns of]'
ahd his Cafflgn
Thii istorical record of j1Ei mot
liant exploils and darftig-estarmeraf
war, among its many -valu uble and.i#
ing contributions o histwrieit
up, on unquestionable autheLty, .
presentations irt regard to -thc',%
Fort Pilloir by Gever4 Fers.
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jan S 6mHihielpi
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