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dresses, on a fh-grg,, w, t-developed,
absrdie, Faney A,school-misa in teens
dreseed for a masqueraile, pnd you have
We notice another objectionable fea
bre 0ie in aorrow- thaa in anger.
Athsiso Ia made to the mistile which
some men make in faseying -themselves
sharp or witty. Every coemmwAty has
a few of tese kind of fellws, ind in
st.e ples they Ibrna themselves into
leagu , and hving nothing else to do
but to meet and lavgh at their own say
lags, indulge from morning until night.
We eve# knew good to one to such
ea, tby ferm the, ideat'of habit, ne
glrst their busineses, betarne a dread to
bsir ts, and tbits e t ng bat
S4 S of th7 erp. thE
aR vietn to their own aorcaIed wit,
thera Is no telgng,- for we never bad the
aarage ar the patiede:ito folldw one of
them to his titter end.
We neloe that many - peopsae'se
s.is , that it 4 impOIsibh to Ire
ait their natural weskee. to oA I
church daring pezching. thi -I an
topardese w_st o the .e bs
wa 's to the attedftire partOn of the
eongft<Stioa- Its only the little boys
and i .who enjoy the sleepy nodder's
$samedic efortsao ctch a word of thb
disoSIi here and theie. .We nerer
kew'til lately, til we saw the iraotical
werkigr L-it, ow oach better it is to
yield gracafoy and go to sleep ingood
earnest, thaei nodt '..Weis,e seen
bothj sid-of the two tit .upfer the ha
ast sdee, which -eems to say, after look
iug pthey eber and hearing the teat,
go aIsd, dear *is iright, yourd
trie idothodoz and I'aatised;
tre I'soet ad does go off. 1 ire
bad, but i haer a4 t ymp!tb fer the
deeper. i( we we permitted, we would
advise'- thb cohatitationally nftrm' to
ehew a piece d be se radish as a preven
Ath. rati8cation neetfrg at Ne,'ark,
Wew Jersey (says the ;Ad ertiser, Bad.,)
- the apr Bo-e was densely paEked,
and wds eggs nable to sbtain
Te nait4hI.easie n i ras f
i '6 the Jeebaa4 anta uar
tette eTub: r. Ritte. fe"p the .sa
dieibwith a so, of wlich the 14low
l she chorua
Aa A gle weo
. Ad wmaauk~ r
* ~ deIa*I sill sgmon s.
esa ie sees in 'Werry's .Nssem' for
Astt esbgrptiOo pr- of ti
sprisdf nth yr nkg people, isi
sap$1M per anus, with liberal terms
to'ClAsand ratdtiI e'tmi for new
mubscis The lat6ishesei' send-a
pelimen ammber free,-te any our who
wishes to iWu,a Cloh. 'Adresafore
~ 1State sclledI Roa.
L 'gait ~iT. e , for Auge*u,
the am~rthe Review is is,al.able
'E....s SUPWSLr--The feet sail
ing'd'inwme "A G., Mackey," em- he
mornigaf thelth alt., van aguinis a
S*ew-touiusnk in-tsN fathema.~ wates
-on"It ia believed, most of the
dps*engers; frittr an assorted
Maeaar rs~ n~tbt'
pismeshae b' berated
esos bra i 3t sanes 'o the
er3,00 enh.The following are
teagesimen who wise*In fait: 3nsasuee
Parke, Dr: 5.. As Gle War. Parker. W.
J. Uueka, A. P. Kely.- Geo..
'Or Wai-No ,John E. (ickstt,
Jaob L. MickIe, Abram Reborm, ad Geo.
BowenA colofed). The ifaes of their sure,
- D4f't.LPely, A.. E. Chibolmn. John E
O 'd 3. 11. Nachsh, A. 8. Silth, and
DLE. Dessom, all genteIbdem of Charlests.
Tb~Thoenilx reports'the murder .ef Er .D.
P. SmiIth, in Colubis,lat headsy a
Jag, and alys: "AItho.gl a brutal murder
bas'hsee connlata, no one is in Ai'fine
sam. We anilonsly await the eiuides.
The thireatened ridM apes Union has been
avrm,byen agent al the Goyeroor.-WS
learutimet sh obJect of tke riosers we.sto
lierate a jail prisoner and then plander the
War imminent in Italy, and apparetteiy
ese,ywhere elel. Aiimageddon seems to
(I sltosn Cern has appueare4 in a
wmat, Asgit 4.--Oottes''In gol
a.Se.2hf cents ftr middneg.
1NwYosAag. 3-7 P.-.-USen
; stesgl$ ale,am., Elour l5 a25
lower grades: Cora I .a 2c.
Auoun, Aug. 3.-Cotton, usatht daBi
.nd is.eve. s.dayno n. a -n
Limuaoot., Aug. 3-Evning.--Cotch
esiar, but qnetably unaisered.
H2ighest Price Paid for Rags.
Bring all your-bass to
John W. Miller, Agentt,
Who wilt take "the rag off the bush," by
givIng more an bairwer than any one else.
.Do*'t forget4pour Rags.
NEW8ERRY FEMALE COtLEGE,
Owing to the scarcity of money, pupils
esterng Cone~ge will bo charged zaonthly
Collegiate Department,.-... .... -5.25
)cademic " ...--...----- .25
Primary " .............. .2.25
Incidental Expense:,....... 40
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
,-- ,, -- - Distct--n y
James B. Livingston, Ex'or, v. Elisabeth
Kinard and ochers.
It appearing to my eatisfiction that Mar'
shall Livingston, one of the. defendants in
the above stated case, residet beyond the
limits of this State.
On motion of Mr. Jones, Complainant's
6olicitr, ordered that . the said abent de.
leudant do plead, answer or demur to the
bill is said case within forty days from the
publiction hereof, or the same will be taken
pro confesse against him.
CoW's ofce, SIL4S JOHNSTONE,
Aug. 5 32 6t. *12 - c c. . a.D.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Nefeberrr Disti-hn EteaI
James 3. Liingsbo, Ex'or,.v. Eisabeth
Ki ard and oter's.
The reditere.of Andrew Kinard, deeessed,
sre, s o render .and establish their
ve demands befoA the Conmissioneta
eo ortletbrm the frht day ofOctober ness
Com a oile, SILAJOkS8IONE,
Asg5229t. .10 . . 1. n.
SALE OF VALUABLE
$y an order from Hon. Oeo. S. Bryan,
-Distict Judge of Sbuth CarOliid, I will sell
at Newberry Court House' on
Thursday, 20th August next,
at_l o'clock, A. M., the following lots of
land in the Towa of Newberry, belonging
to the estate of J. P. Pool, Bankrupt,to-wit.:
The Hotel Lot, .ontaining one and a balf
acres, more or less, upon 1Ihrch is situated
Also, the-Livery Stables Lot, containing
one half acre, more or lers, upon which is
located the well known
- Liverq and Sdea Stables.
Terme of Sale Cash, and purdbaers to
p4y for alljeeessary scamps and papers.
J. N. YARTIM,
Jly 29 -' Assignee.
Ten Bashis Buckwheat Seed on hand and
fbr sale. 09l at once on
Joy! 2 MAY3 SkMATIP.
Ravfag beeh appointed by the Manufic
turera Agent for the exclusive.ale of the
Cotton Plant Cooking Stove.
for the Distsicts of Pickens, -Greenville,
partanbvrg, LaUrens, &bbeville, York,
Union, Newberry.. Edgefeld, Qbester, Fair
-eld, Lexington, Eiechand,.Orangeburg and
Kershawc,, I would respeetfudTfnJforw the
citizens of thebove named 'R sa thijI
wlkeep onhaq,d a large spplyofbse
Stores, '-wich I wil sellat low prices for
Wholesale dreea supplied as i beral
iseeunt. A. PALMER.
I have been informed that soma of may
le-thamied friMnd oFNewberry havb re
ported thuat.Iwas going to.move.from New
berry ;bet seek i not the ceae. itik
to 'much of NIewberry ,to leave i&at this
paricular stinsp. My 'Tannery w'Us g nU,
suf. The highest price .wiN be paid for
allf gbodd bigse, &c. I- skre- thseen a
shot time at Gresyme, and .Thoinaa
Paysigpr *ill act for toe pagent.
one Hundred .Dollars Eeward will bi
paid by the subseuiber for .evidence -shat
ff11 convb s'ny person or peruea.ef har
inget fire.to my house at Helenaenthe -
ight of the 9th. instant.
July 25 S I. BIERIULD.
T ATE OF SOU CAROLINA;
By onT Pterson,4QzdInary of Newberry
Whemta, Franees S Gagweple
to me for Lctters of Adjainistratin, ~nall
ad singular the goeand ',.h-e1, zhts
andesdis-o J -. Glasgow, late ft.
distict aforesaid, deceatd:
heeare thereJese@ to ff adm0niel
aR ~ dsinguisr, the Utind id crieditors of
the said deceased, to be~.and ~p rbefore
me, at ou -next Orinar'e art Ibr'the
said District, to be bolden at Newberry Qourt
tHose, on ihe9th Qay of August. -to show
cause-if ay, wbf the said Ahnn
should not be granted.
Gurn under my hand and seal, this 13rd
day of' July; hi hey.e.arofQarLOMone
Uh h9 andS
We have jost received a splesndid steek of'
Also, sa -mali lot of
O., 0. Ware,
hich we propose to pell at very resonable
pries. -LOVELACE & WHEELER.
. Jly 230 St. .- -
39. 92 BROADW.
SUNR ASSURED DURING THE
JANUARY 31, 18
PURELY MUTUAL. ALL PR
CY BOLDERS, Dividends deela
The Rank of "Tnz EQUrrAB,E" among
ness done since its organization, stands ai
In 1860it was the Nar. In 1862 and 18(
In 1861 the EIGenTH. In r864 and 1865
The ratio-of the EQUITABLE'S total
Premium received for the last five years,
fr the same period.
WIIAM e. ALEIANDER, President.
6E0EGE W. PHILLIPS, Actuary.
SIAiS JOINSTONE & WI
.July 15 29 imo.
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.
Judge Y. J. Pope, Chairman.
Col. Robt. Moorman, Mr. Wm. Langford,
Maj. C. Suber, " Silas Johnstone,
Maj. L. J. Jones, " T. F. Greneker,
-- Dr. Jaa. Mcintosh,
Mr. W. f. Webb, Treaurer.
The ensuing session of this School will
commence on the frst Wednesday in Au.
t next, and close the second Friday in
. Persons desiring to enter their
children or wards, are requested to addreas
the Chairman of the Advisory Board-or the
Principal of the instirttion. The various
departmentt of the College are thoroughly
ofganised, and every mellitylis afforded fbr
obtainlnga complete education.
Payment for Board and Tuirion must. be
made at the time the pupil enters the School,
'and pupils will be charge4lom the time of
entrance to the.close of the Session. A re%
ceipt from the Treasurer of the Advisory.
Beard must bplaced by each pupil. in the
hands of the Prial at the time she enters
the School. Pro us will be as acceptable
as money in permen- of expenses.
. Terms Per Session in Advance :
Board, Including Washing and L his...00
Titin Col.D eatrt, eabraICnsBolish
Branehes and ........... ....
Tuition, oadem Dpatmest...................., 15
SPrisary 4' ...-.-...... lu
" Music / ' .......... 20
S Fench " --................. 10
" Greek " ............. 10
Incidental Es.peessi.......................... g
Boardessra'rqud to -li their To-- l,
Bheets. Pillow Cases. and Heavy Covering.
For fhrtber pattiolers address the-Chairman.
othe. Board or Priuipa of Col2e
Bev. TAY E Y,ni
Newbirry VenaleCo1 .
T. J. Porn Chairma Advisory Beard.
Board san he had la Isilies near the College.
In Re. Thos. W. Holloway,
By order of Hon. Gee. S. Bryan, Judge
of the U. S. Court of South Carolina Dis.
trict, I wil- sell-at public. auction, for cash,
at the residence of said Bankrupt, at Po
Thursday,13th day of August next,
Three M aes, one Horse, Cattle,
Sheep, Hogs, .Corn, Cotton Seed,
Blacksmith Tools, Bar Iron, two
Wagons, one Carriage and Hai
ness, :Cast ton Mill and BeikMe
Bacon, Carpenter's Tools, Seven
Shares ofatack of the G. & C. R.
R. Co., Twelve Years' Scholarship
in Newberry College, and one Gold
Also,.at The same. time and place, te
'RACT Or LAND, on .which said Bankrupt
now resides, containing . -
Five Hundred & Forty-five Acrea
more or less, -butting and bounded by-lands
of J. W. Folk, Jao. A. Caons, estateof
WuE.R tapman, Geo. . Dickert, C.
Subs; and Dr. Berley. And- at the same
thae and place, one,and e-haSLof5as cre
f land belonging jointly to esta.sof(Thos.
W..Booay and of R-olk,Bankepts,
situate at the Pomaria. Depot, aod bounded
by the tract above described, (be.. Bon
combe sad of the Gree&vfUe b Columbia
HAYNEB D. REID, Assignee.
July 1230 S
25 Boxes, 25 Boxes,
-se Ba wOb:oaee M.dkesr .d -
Tbacco. Stat reeived, and yIii be soldt
a bara iy the box, ot i. any quantity
that may be waed - EE
SJuly 913 OSt.
qggjirgy I Z (t1ef.
I*illbeMatNO 5IC, H. o Wednesday
shb 2th lnst., and at FrLvel the day fo.
owig, ftr the- ~ro.of reselvingth
aes ok the sales ogod,wares and.men
candleasd oanpiuu liquors mans-,
July 22 2 --
STATE~ OF SOUTH CAUOLINA.
Newberry Distrit-In Equity.
-Isabell. Birge, Ad';, . Win. S. Birge,
Theerditrsof Jobs 8. Birge, dee'd,
are required to render and establish theet
demands before the Coamndesioner on or
before the liest day of October next. .
4Sem's 0iee SILAS JOHNSTONE,
Juy 22 80 .1t -*12. C. cS. 3M. D.
STATE OF SOUT H CAROLINA.
- Newberry Diistrict-In Equity.
John G. IUpford and .ife, v. Lala Book
The'ereditors of..-amuel L. Bobk, dee'd,
are requied to render ad establish their
demands before the Cotmisioner, on or
before the first day-of October next.
Cor's Offee, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
July 22 80)11. t12. C.Ls.N.DB.
STATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
Newrberry District-In Equitv. -
Nary X.'RIdeliuber, Adm'y, v. -'John t.
Bidelhubir,.et a.. Bill for Dower.
Te credntors of Willam L. Eftelhubert
deesed, are required to rgvdrr and estab
lish their respecelde demahd s beore the Comn
misioner. on or before the first-day of Octo,
her next. SILA0 JOEHNSTQNE,
Cm'sBece, - C. a. u.-n
July 22 3011t. . 012.
Y, NEW YORK.
FISCAL YEAR TERIINATING
OFITS DIVIDED AMONG POLI-.
ed annually, payable in cash from
all American Companies, as to New Busi
3 the SavxNTm. In 1866 the Fouitrs.
the Sxrra. In 1867 (fi.scal year) the Szcosv.
outgo for Deaths and Expenses, to Cash
is less than that of any other Company
ENEYE B. XYBE, TIce-President.
JAMES W. ALEIANIDER, Secretary.
AE F'. lANCE Apents;
By .rer of the Honorable. George,S.
Bryan, District Judge of South Carolina, I
will sell at Newberry, Cobrt House, on
Thursday, 30th instant,
At bleven o'clock, A. I.,
A HOUSE AND LOT,
situated in the Town of Newberry, belong
ing to the estate of Warren H. Jonee,Bank.
Terms of sale cash,~and purclaser to pay
for papers. HENRY HALFACRE,
July 8 3 - Assignee.
District Ceart of the U*Ited States,
For the District -of South Carolina. In
Bankruptcy. In the matter of A. W. T.
To whom it may concern: The under
signed hereby gives notice of his appoint,
ment to Assignee of the estate of A. W. y,
Simmons, of the town of Newberry, in the
District of Newberry and State of South Cao.
lins within sakl district, who has been ad.
judged a Bankrupt upon his own petition by
the District Court of Said District. Dated
3rd day of July, A. D., 1838.
W. T. TARRANT, Assignee.
July 8 28 3t.
In Re. ~C. B. Counts, Bankrupt.
By order of Hon. George S. Bryan, Judge
U.S..District Court for South Carolina Dis
trict, I will sell at public auction for cash,
at Newberry Court House on
First Monday in August next, 3rd,
the tract or plantation of land on which
said Bankrupt now resides, containing
One lundred Aeres,
more or less, situated in Newberry District,
on the- waters of Crinis Creek, and bounded
by lands of L. E. Folk, J. W. Folk, Estate
of Peter Duckett, dec'd, G. A. Setzler and
Estate of John Riser, dec'd.
Purchasers to pay-for stamps and papers.
- THOS. W. IIOLLOWWAY,
July 8. 28 St. Assignee.
Our CARDING MACHINES are in frst
rate order and operated by SKILLFUL and
EXPERIENCED hands. - Wool left with
N.- B. Knox, at Depot, N'eberry, C. H.,
WIU be received and promptly returned
carded. When wool is oiled we charge 12;
cents per lb. .Patronage waolted,iwd atie
. & J. W. GOOIGION.
Jdne 30 3m
1he Subscriber wonid inform his friend
and the public that he has a small stock of
SWDLESBRIDLi BUO T As
_ - NEss, &c., -
which he ofers for sale at prices to int the
tims. W. A. ELMORE.
Wetly for Boys and Girhs.
ThIS paper haab temdy Jestmied itself
is "the Southern favorite." It is jest the
seriodical for boys and girls. "It brings same
hibipe inte the honsehold. Marbies and
os are laid aside to welcome It. It in
strcts and enterraina at the same dine, and
h old folks Bud Interest in Ita pages. A
ew volarme begins In~July, with Increased
stractons Now is tae timse to snbsedbo,
oies for $. J. W. BUR Co.. Pab
oser, Macon, GeogIa.
STATE OF SOUTH ,AROLINA.
Newberry Distrit-In Equity.
BD1 lto Marhall Asset,& -- .
The creditors of.Patrick Marden, dead.
5ra required to reder in and establish their
emands before; the. 0 nasioer- by the
Mss day of October neit.
SILAS JOHNS~TONE C. EJ.-D.
Codes Omfie; 21 July, 158.. ' .12
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
N Eeberr DlsfrHet.hrquly. -
geoge Laren, Afme, us, Wasser,J Hant
- and othera. .
The creditors of ,Yamb -E. Runt are re
ired- to render on oath and estabish their.
dmands before the Cominnssloner on or be,
re the flret day of Octobe,-*xt.
- ILAIs JOHINSTONiE. C.E.N.D:
-or's Ooe, 21 July. limS. ' 12
5TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
.Newberry District-Jo EQuity.
Mary A. Rikard, Adm'z, vs. Geo. A. Ri'
The creditor of estate of'John Rikard,
deceased, are required to present andj os
tablishi their denutids on oath before the
Cmmissoner, da or before the first.dya
Com's oficee, 8JLAS JOENSTONE,
July 21 25 1868 *12 c. n. u. n.
The State of Bout'h Ciolina.
Newberry Distrit-In Equity.
ary Reeder, v. John L. 8ymeake, Ex'or, et al.
The creditors of George Speake, dec'd, are
required to render and establish their do
mands before the Coenaissioner, on or be.
fore the first day of Aufut next.
Com's Offee, 8[LAb JOHNS rONE,
July 2230 3. 5 O.3-. .
STATEi~)F SOUTH CAROLINA.
-Newberry District-In Equity.
ames R. Sheppard, Executor, v. Mary E.
S champert and others.
The creditors of Honorius Sheppard,dee'd,
are required to render and estatlish theit de
mads before the.Coitnuissloner on orbiefore
the first day of August next.
Com'su Omeie, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
Juy 2233 t. *.5 -...
The subscriber having moved from his
former Store, will be happy to see his
friends and customers in the Store formerly
occupied by Mr. K. Foot.
J. W. NILLER, Agt.
The undersigned will CARD and RE
TURN all WOOL shipped from Newberry
C. H., or any depot on the Laurens R. B.
to G. P. Copeland, Clinton, S. C.
JAS. W. DUVALL, Agent.
July 22 S0 3.
We, the un.dersigned, have this day.asso
ciated ourselves together in the practice of
Law and Equity in - the State and Federal
Courts, under the name and style of Fair,
Pope and Pope. Office Newberry C. H.,
S. C. -SIMEON FAIR,
Y. J. POPE,
I take this occasion to notify my clients
that in my necessary absence from New
berry, during July, by applying to either of
my partnere, Messrg. Y. J. or Sampson Pope,
any information or attention necessary to
my old business will be promptly given.
Are now receiving their Stock of
G-o OD 8,
Ladies', Misses & Children's
Goat, Kid & Morocco
Bootees, Gaiters, &c.
Men's BOOTS & SHOES of
The above GOODS have been carefully
selected, and made by the best workmen..
We feel thankful for past favors and
earnestly solicit an examination of our
Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Give us a call and judge for yourselves.
AJRA3I, GRIfIN & APGR OYE.
Stoves,. and TiMi-ware,
Having bought the entire interest of Mr.
H. H. Blease in the Tin and Stove bu i
am, I will iitinn8 zo marry on the samie
I all Its brancbes at the old stand and will
be most happy to wait on all who may want
anything in my line. I shall keep constant
ly on hand alarge'and well made 'stock of
with an eiteasive assortment of
Cokng ant other Stoves,
of the most improved patterns.
a wel selectad stock of re'sed Ware and
house 1lanihing pods generally. Job woi
of a dcripienswiq be done in the best
1aner .at i.uaowableWprio PatdCfliort
tils. W T rT
-The undersigned has opened in the
store formerly occupied by A. Harris,
ext to Messrs. Wiskemann & Wilber,
wthre hbe will be happy to see.his friends
ad old customers. He will 'keep con
statty ou hand a.
C0rmpete Stock of Groceries,.
censsting in prt o
JOHN W. MILLER,
~April 29-18 Smne. Agent.
fhAIB AEO IAGON
The snbscriber respectinlty calia the at.
~tes bf the pobtier to the'thet that be is
gtjon baud and piapard to eieeute all
work in hIs line of busine, either in
arriage Buggy or .Wagon[
n aloukraali1ke and expeditinuia manner,
and ~aes In accordannS wI? the-timnes.
Having an experience of twenty stivevyears
and having worked in all the principal eities
f the South, In the beet carriage houses'. I
am een5dent of uy ability -to give- entire
GIa' se eda trial and be convinced.
hop in rear of Nathan ftunter's, and at
ached to-my residence.
May6 6.o GEO. BOLAND.
IM MIG RA TION!!!
Havig perfleted tal eosri awsvII1a
orrm a (ctlrs address
mIgraIg en t, ng csoer-e-r Huwg-l
KINGs OF PAIN,
A CERTAIN CURE FOR
Chills ancd Fever,
All Sammier Complaintss
TE IT ALL YR THAT AR AJJLICTED.
For Sale by D. MOWER.
June 24 26 2m.
This sumIner delicacy can
from this day, and until fur
ther notice, be had at L.
Schodair's Confectionery and
June 3 23 tf.
When you want PICTUBES to
call at my Gallery over Mower's
store. Ilam here all the while, and
putting up the right kind of Photo
graphs, Ambro'types, &c... at lotb
pri6es. We charge nothing for look
ing, and not much for a picture.
Also a nice lot of Albums and Pins
for putting pictures in -
W. H. WISEMAN.
In order to make room for
our FALL STOCK we will,
from this date, till the first
of September, sell
BOOTS and SHOES
AT REDUCED PRICES.
ABRIS, GRIFFIN & IARGROYB.
July 22 31) 3
Has just received a
large Stock of
Hams and Shoulders,
Rio and Java Coffee,
Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Tobacco and Segars,
Cotton Cards, -
Knifes and Forks,
Powder anid Shet,
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
enerally kept in a well suph
plied Variety Store.
I offer my GOODS at
prices as low as they can b
bought or sold-at The corner
of the Hotel.
Marc25 1.3 tf.
hangelI Change I
All things are subject to
han g e!!!
W. H. WEBB
has again cha.nged base, and
i now' permnently located
(until the next change,) on the
Corner Store of Molle
hon Row, (No. 1.)
This CHANGE has been made
with a view to gather in the Toose
CHANGE now -afloat, ikud to.do
this effectuallyTe invites an ex
amination of his Stock, the
PRICES OF WHICH ARE S0
s-Cal and be convinced, at No. 1,
Jun 3 23 3
iale (D Buad Iour hEdr6N~
If not, now is the time to secure a good
picture-a life-like, bright, clean, cleat. and
stereoscopiC picture. We have made ar-.
rangements to go to Lanrens, s. C., about
the middle of August, and those who~ want
pictures should call on us before that thne.
Our pictures have given general satisfaction
and are admired by all. We warrant them
equal to any niow made. Those intending
to have their pictures taken should call at
an early day..
Please do not put it off till
the last week.
Speciat Attention Paid to Copying
Old Pictures of Any Description.
Those having old pictures they wish
copied, can have them done in a very su
perior manner, as we pay special atte:t^Orr
to this branch. Pictures that are detaced
with finger marks, scratches, dust, &c., we
can copy without these defects showing, by
a process known only to us. Send us y'our
old pictures, ti at are defaced by Lime and
use, and we will traDsform them into' Dew
pictures without a blemish.
'WREN a WHEELER.
..w...rey C. H: S. 0.TJly 14, 1868.
TO THE PUBLIC,
-I have just returned from Charlestonr
where I bought a Large Stock of
Consisting in part of Beutiful rints,
Muslins, Osuaburgs, Shirtings, (Bleached
& unbleached,) also, Groceries, Shoes, Hats,
both for Gents and Ladies, in f.at. I have
every thing kept in a good country store.
I return my kind thank,4 to my friends and
customerr, for the Liberal patronage i have
received since I opened where I am. I
told them I was going te sell Cheap Goods,
to come and look and judge. My custo
mers did so, and I acid them goods cheap;
and will continue to sell cheap, cheap for
I am adding weekly to my stock of Gro
ceries, Dry Goods, Hardware; Crockeryware,'
Shoes and Pickles, Pferves, &c. Also, a
Large Lot Corn for sale cheap.
I will exchange Goods for all kind of
If. P. ALBRITON. ""
Newberry, March 25.
HAVE GREATLY INCREASED
New Stock of Spring
111Y GOODS &GRO(ERIES.
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE
Flour, j. '
Can Frtits, hickles, Sardinee,
.March t .
Carriage and Buggy,
J. Taylor & Co.
Will keep=cnstaitly on hand a good as
sortment of fine, BtoIns of the most a-p
Droved styles and- patterns, gombining
lightness and durabilit y. Built to- order
light Rockaways, and Plantation. Carriages,
Pheatoris, Top and no Top Buggies, &c. -
old.rriages aud.Buggies renovated amd.,
maideto look as good as new. Repairmng
done in the best manner and at reasonel ble
prices, andal l work es'timnated on before it
is repaired'and a copy giveu to our custo
mersa gpecial attention given to repairingr
fine Carrisges and Buggies,.which is3impor
tant to consumers. F~reight will be paid oner
way, 'ihen sent by Rail Rdad, when -the re.
pairs amou,nt teooer $1.0O.. We use notbing-~
but the best materials that can be bought, q,nd
'are wiling to ref~onthe16ei-it of our wdrkfor
a liberal patronage. We invite the examn
nation of our work and assure the pubhlo
that we can -build the same class work as
cheap-if not cheape.r than we can importiL
All of our woi-k is warranted.
- OneYtt Pactory is near the Depot.
Newberry, S. C.., March 25 i8 ly..
.Z. L. WHITE,
Of aH kinds of FmREARMS, LoCKiI, &c.
Has-on hand.Pistols and Guns .of all ap. - .
proyed inakes. A mmunition, sucli sa Car.
tridge's, Caips; Powder and Shot. -
:Shot Popeckes; Flasks, -Bags, and every
other kind of Sporting Apparatus. Besides
mzayoihar articles of various character.
and.kipda. .s -
A-i kinds of REPAIRING neally and ex
,ditio,sly exeduted,- aud-at low rates.
Apri) I- ' 6 tf. .. - -,.*
*f per moh to gerihei'Tf NAL
. $1 A5MILY BING RAC1 -
iu,every t and issoldat the low pcet
$2.. Adus .A TION AL SEWING MA
vklfYE co., Pittaburgh, Pa.
June 2A26 6.
-C OTTON YARNS
-The subscribe,-agent for the-sale of tile
celebrated-Buenia Vista Cotton YaIis, ha% -
as all times a full supply on hand. Mer
chan'ts will Ne'sapplied by the bale, at-na
ufacturer's price. , R STEWA RT.
May 27 2-1 ti.
Purifies the Blood.
Feb Sale by -u.r FgistsO
Anchor Bolting Cloths
THE YERY BEST lADE,
Wifl be sold at.
New York Prices;
These 6oths are wrarranted
ap 22 3m P. STWAR?.
District Court of the United States
For the District of South Carolia. In .Bank-'
rapte. In the matter of Thomas E1lisor,
To whom it may concern :The undersigned
hereby giyes notdce of his spon'tment a At
signee of the estate of thos. Ellis.r, of the dist.
ot Newberry, and State of South Caro'iina, with
in. said disrit, who has been adfud d a bank
rptuo ils own petitiony the estr-court
ofaddistrict. Dated 2nd. day of July, A D),
1868. R. I;. LUFIH EMt, Assignee.
July 15i .
District Court of the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In BaDk.
rnpty. In the miatter of D. Hi. Biuzhardt,
To wpomit may concern: The undersigned1
hereby gives notice of his apointment as Ash.
~ig'ee of the estate of D. H.. Buzhardt, of
th District of Newery and State of South
Carolina within said Disrc, who has been ad
jded a Bankrupt upon his own peition by the .
Drict Court of' sad District. Dtd2nd day
of July, A . D):, i.N.ARI,Agei
*.or 3u1h .n- ATl