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n of & nt iai continued
i J ao r other.
, everal matters are thus
4mia Tt t ewk . hich,
w epit in the next. We
spobgr Waanyan.dal short
ited month has just
to the grave
was mortal of our sorely tried
od i*tielufan vnahi little
the bright and promising, the
Ski sleeps besde
ta raed- n da y' last, to
restw ih je potber in the beau
ti ba1se abase. We weep afresh ; a
r Cntbgto .whaai'
be was #Iaad attentive, miss
bis brkt smile and the beau Lchait
of..his father's life bas lost another link.
Gd is Hisinaerotible wIJdbom Ias seen
per thus t ai Bis ways are
not our ways, ebjg ggow in submission;
sybis cIr promises affurd us the
a6 greatly needed, and Iis
" our brother and his be
T" a ee has been madc a Mony
ieto t 0.. of
no dag hes
.- 00 en
tha eM r. .s a pnroes. W aegnd te
8m b~ youg Lend
- - noIaa4
uMup n hat Onth
ThbaImah crds o sl ra
- them havent ina
__ whQ.sobw r4
[.- 1EIas3~~n4d.t to
* urng g ruid ngp
gp pag th eaebragght
abot and killed
* -. Thursday, in Co.
-, rkim was stealing
Great Mass Meetinm ..
"mocracy of Y aew rry in a BazeI
3 0Yrio,iri Procession I
apecesXoriag a aig",e-nh-ght
and W frTOrk
Thezpa,.sst, the 2Sd, oe. # the
1vg giterings ever witnessed in this
District, ae earnest. of the suecess of
-theest principles of Democracy. At
an earily hour te people came in, throng
ing the streets, as boggies, carriages,
*wgohs, &c.~, etpgtie;;b ir loads, while
the.enthusiasm visible -on' every hand
wi'efrishing and inspiring. Accord-'
ing to programme, the procession of the
various clubs, -arranged by the marshall
Itbodiy, M- W. P. Nance, formed at
10 o'clo - A. ., near the Episcopal
Chureh arid hieaded' by. the Greenville
BrassBand, moved down ain street,
and halted in front of Pool's hotel, where
tb Speakers and the Committee of Re
ception joined it, and from thence it took
its eeore to -the Academy Grove where
was to be the speaking. On the high
emtnence:of the pepot, looking back,
the long line of procession was a sight
well calculated to inspire -a bopeful
augury of success.
The speakers asembled on this event
ful oecasioi were the lions. A. Burt, and
J. Pd Re, Gen. McGowan, Cols. Thomas
Gen. Garlingtop, chairman of recep
tion committee, in his usual happy style,
4ntibduc Arst to the large audience of
getlee,. the graceful and
eloquent champion of Democracy, Col. J.
P. Thonas, wbo, for nearly an her en
chained that vast crowd. Next followed
the 'irare Haskell. Cul. H. :had only
furly got into the introduction of his rc
mmene iing, and
eing aivisible, owing to the number
of ladies present, and to avoid a wetting,
thtet et og adjourn, it was 'there
fo snceethat permission was given
to-retire, to meet again immediately at
?xi GurtIIouse., tbich;was according
.lykdliie.' The adjourned speaking con
tinued tillteuhcmthe ifternoon.
At nigl't a torch-lht.procession with
banners, ,ranspareaciea and music was
foru at't e same point as that of the
morning, and marched to [tfe. Court
House, where the speaking was resumed.
At a late hour, and after theospeaking was.
conc4&s.ebeatifiel display of fire
vorks were set off, which teratinated the
grand rally for that day and time.
Se regret that, thig.description is so
meagre, and th'st miiny feitures of int
est in the addresses and otherwise, were
isst oes,as we Wrere forced early in the
day from severe indisposition to retire'
from the fleid. We are satisfied however
that the people, the white people of this
district, arga imnit, i feeling,, and that
their heartsAre fred with Democracy,
and their arms nerved for the accom
plishthlent of the great purpose of freeing
the country from radical ioleTiiip'
pression, and that the- Wovembet elc
tion a-il solve the problemr hy'the elova
tion of Seyiour and Blr. -
Hlow great the contrast reaeen the
Democratic and Republicar'panies ie
the arowed modes of carry~i og the
canvass. Mitf-le.ise 'tileii Iipi the
"Let us1 Cpaty pre~ie re,
-sword, inces, apine and and are
inaugurating a'policy wh regeecs
fully carried out, wggjege gntry
into ruin and bloofshe~a Ga .other
hand how marked the d erI~ne, The
dove of peace is perchbed on 'tih banner
of the Democratic party. Peace breathes
through the national Democratic plat
form. .The Demaoeratiq Press lill of con
servatism, in language calculated to im
press any but demagogues, and those
who are joined to their idolsa, tell of pesae;
and opr speatcers on all pub'ith occasions
yae yet to ts' word wbh c en be
construed intly 'bler meaning.
Press, pulpit and stomp cry-out for peace,
and u'ge a peaceabe olutie of the
gntipa- Jowggitai* he - .oqntry.
The Ieieu igligtiQn of she, -baU4gin
the han *Lt patriot Democrat will
eiSb3lim gleilthe cestrj de-. No
bsyonets areneeded. Tbe ballot is der
weapon. Let ne considdistiondete#~ any
man from entering this pecfut. potest
agt aepoblcan rule, ,radical outrage
an4 ngsu9premnaqy Every man umst
JL-s-r REctvD -Tbe publc arc in.
rme tht a large addition has been.
edthab uieek of M.ssas. Lovelace &
For the Fall and Wintie Tzrade,
and epssiiged with great care
are now ready for inspection. 4$z-il be
weemee-amts the 4wans of all e1ases.
,4gggstqeing el)ce nielg a.i$r
ther perhaps,.as eyarticle Siftary
ne liehtined by imply asking font,
a a~(vrrItileprices also. dA- enie
mal Cie oftleadig ai-ticles will be pub.
lishe oeateelgiat in thtestean -time,
ainvitation is-eatended to friends and
customers to'calH in and look around.
WioSI' & Qoprect, eminent as cldth
iea, can now fit the whole ppblic In.suits
fsubsanatiai .databe,-olegant, faseina
tlfnjiuff&*itonzbIe ilothing. Don't
fail to get onp of their suits.
WasDIIOTO, Sept. 21.-Both Houses
have agreed to adjourn from to-day to
the)4th oTcetoeerg- from that to the
1Oti-of Nbwember, and~ from tdat to the
first Monday int Decemnber.
of -frost Is reported in
ti~w$Loathe mornngof-her 18th.
o-LrxBI, September 23.--ousE
T oll ibg bi et ad ' ecnd
ttuie nd Rssee~
A bill W reguatt ariests.
A 1i to regulain the prectice of Cir
A bil- tooreb themaner of draw
A bill to amend an Act in relation to
the inspection of flour, was read a third
Messages were received by the Gover
nor, announcing the approval of the fol
An Act to repeal the charter of the
.town of Hamburg
-Aa Act- tE amend an Act in relation
to the digging of cellars in incorporated
towns on the sea-coast.
An Act to provide for the appointment
of temporaty magistrates.
An Act to provide for the payment of
the per. diem of membertsoithe General
An Act to provide a temporary vacan
cy-in the office of Governor.
Whipper offered a resolution provi
ding for the punishment,. by fine and
imprisonment, of any person who might
try to collect or: inake suit for.-any debt
contracted for the purchase of slaves..
Also,-a resolution torita aIl< sales of
property -ider execution until- the 'reg
ular session of the General Assembly.
Both of these resolutions were ordered
for consideration to-morrow.
SENArx.-The resignation of B. F.
Whittemore, as Senator from Darlington,
was read and accepted.
The bill to provide for the relief of the
trartsient poor of tho State was passed,
tfter having been amended so as to re
(luce the appropriation to $15,000.
The militia bill came up for its second
reading and was objected to, under the
rules, by one of the Democratic Senators.
This defers its second reading until to:
morrow, (Fridav.)- and as another rule
exists which prohibits the third reading
of a bill on the last day .of a session, and
Saturday has a;ready been fixed for the
adjournment, the bill fails for this ses
The same is true as to the bill propos
ing to authorize the Governor to release
from the Penitentiary all prisonArs -nocw
under sentence for petit larceny, and cont
fined for less than six months.
A bill to regulate the practice of Cir
cuit Courts, and a bill to allow the Gov
erner to leave the State, under certain
circumstances, were each read a second
time and passed. The latter simply con
templates the probability of . Gov.. Scott
visiting the North and- West, after the
adjournment of the Legislature, for the
purpose of soliciting, personally, 'sub
scriptions to the Blue Ridge Railroad.
Miss Kellog and liiss McCullot.,h, of
South Carolina, are two of the noss gift
ed prima donnas known to fame. -The
former is attached to Strakosh, and the
latter to Max Maretzek's~ opera troupe.
Fatal riot in New Orleansa leitwen a
radical and a democratic club. 'On. ne
gro killed, and several white and colored
A rising in Italy and ajrevolution in
Leslie has been suspended:far al
Another fire in~ Charleston.- -
Ob'arleston is one of the healthiest
cities inl the South.
Horrible .outra1ges reported in many
places. Murder, arson, rape, &e -
Fairfield lias:a Soldier's Relief Asari
ation. Otjec-- to ererie the- memor y
of .depued hiwoes, by ven th-r
L o iiiton a -
-Fearful.-fres are reported ogaging.ii
&be wocds in arious:pIees&itrtad
ecst. -. - - 4
Tbe nedlpiru, sh -4feen ~ times
per minute, War goes by s eun and
Tus AssocwrTe RE&-O1RED SYNoD OF
-rex Son-i.-This bindy met in the Firsj
Associate Reformed Church, (Rev. (.
Betts,) of this place, on Monday, the 21st
instant. A bout sixty delegates came up
from Tennessee, .Mississippi, Alabama,
G-orgia, South Carolina, Nortb Carolhna,
Virginia, and the First Presbytery of
Ohio. Most of the delegat.es arrivedl be.
fore the Sabbath, and, by the ministers,
the pulpits of the dif'eren( T cehe in.
cluding the A frican, were~ ocupid h
$w~.as opened4 ba armon froj
ST.'Sloan, of Abbeille. -
A delegate was present lrQPI the4i
ted Presbyterian Church of the North
Rev. J. HT. Pressly. flHe was hearA by
he Syn.od, touching hisnuissioni, on Tues
day lastr,at M o'clockr. - -is address was
interestingatnd End, and aa happily
replied to im the samne spirit,:by-the Mod:
erator;j Rev.& 4. E Pressly. The United
Presbyterian- delegate asked,- not for a
union of the two.bodies, but for an ex~
change of delegates and for the -pening
of a friendly correspondcee.
The business common to such- bodies
was transacted with harmony of feeling.
A proposideon to divide the Synod into
several Synods failed to be adopted.
As aq extja Judicial mneeting, an inter
estfg'discssion took 'plack respec ing
the supply of men for the ministry.
The supply ras cut~6ff hyft#
guies lapse te
educateud ad sete
work of preaching'the GospeL.
Erskin.Colegedde~aite at Das 3Yest,
in AbbevitleDistrict, is underili. care
of'the ~uc, and, by:the war1 has hipn
graI rigp(4d ih its resources. 'The
~nem~p1otd r-endowiiith institu
ti?n reports 4vorabl,y as;to:the .soccess
of the ent rpnise.
Thieembers of the Syncd have met
a welcome reception from the goo
It is said that Methuseith was drowned
in~the41ood. lHe was born Anno Mundi
687 ; -add his age (9S9) to 687, the date
of his birth, and we bave 1658, the
time "when the flood of waters was
upon the earth." The conclusion is as
certain as figures, that the oldest man
was drowned for his wickedness. [And
is a remarkable proof of the truth of the
AoCRNXBENT orTBE LEolsLATUR.-Af
ter a session of seventy4wo. days, the
body styling itself the ejgislature of
South Carolina, adjou'ned sine die, Sat
Ma. EDLTo :-Aia little diver
sion *othe rinds'ot the readers
of the Herald from the all absorb
ing subjee of poli ese. ? Will give
you aglance at a Celebration at
Mt. Pleasant, which I had the
good fortune to attend. On the
18th Mr. Felix Graham, the effi
cient superintendant, and. his larg.e
Sunday Sohool, and a large num
ber of tle citizens of the neigh
borhood assembled to bold a cele
bration. The day was fair and
lovely, and young hearts beat
high in anxious anticipation of a
joyous day. The orators for the
day were Revs. Black, Lee and
Boyd, but alas for all human an
ticipations! not one'of the orators
made his appearance. What was
to be doue ? Spceehif7ing is the
order of the day, and without
speecbes what would a celebration
be-? The proian6 iisf be
carried out, ,and orato -must be
gotten up expressy .for the ocea
sion, so yonder is Uncle Zimmer
man, he is always,ready.todo and
tosiffer-ia- any-'gtod 'ause; -nd
we will confer this distinguished
honor pon.him. But one-is not
enough,-politiciaas go in gangs,
we musient; u inUther. = You
6d 2r ! a -riss boivcame
he here? A gentleman in the
neighborhood lately discovered
that he was minu-a :ib; and be
ing dissatisfied with his .crippled
conditiob determined to have the
deficicncy supplied; and hearing
that Mr. H. was skilled in clerical
surgery had sent for. him to per
form the operation, which being
successfully accomplished, even.
without the-ise of chloroformi, on
the piouseenng, Mr. H. had
invited himself to the celebration;
and as second clas is as good a'
any iie'n rst las is not on hand;
he too is eiquested to make a
spee ch.E ~ -x ro i , n Wasforrned
at the.reiaeaee o'f Wmn. Rufi, Esq.,
and headedj>y a mnagnificent ban
njdr, inaree t te church, w'hich
we founid beautifully oirnamerited
with waning festoons of evergreen,
and spiral wreatbe4 and wreaths
encireling beauiil -eclusters of
fidoe , 6&.--ol you'be
lieve it hii-. Edit'or-Yco tw'itaNhe
groseqs ik 4 edIooH st CA$r&!A
WYell, to ni ake a .lonig story
short-the em-hool sang.; beautiful
songs andl t.wo brethren.ade
imprompt'?1eeb es; and M'e vent
and heard it groan bceeah tr ap
petisipig load and.goarounded
it, and 'mned geeitn "simultanc.
ous mnotio, nd 'jdh2ld, tlygn
we walked offhmnd said to oursef
"sic trh .yra. suodi." .All
gbodTiugiog~ rced egceedinigly.
afe cs ef-good tings, an~d a
flow of soul, the. audience re-as
sembled in the Church, and they
sang piore and UJncle Z. enter
tained'them a while with wit, an
eedote, apd reason, and we left the
place humming to ousef-'Nm
djirithise -e 9
isis n~4e pri
vilg or dlina few hnes of space in
your colnbs, in. reference to-andTn be
half of Sabbath Schools. As a Sunday
School visitor, and one who oves to at
tend this pleasing and profitabie "neans
of Christian advancement,4s au .oiced
spae hategOr'e importane ei*g at.
tached ts the Sabbath imstruction of the
yohng than hieretofbre. ~New -Se,hools
are being establishied at every convenient
sua available poit, and -old schools asre
flourishing more vigorously, through the
thestQwSl of greinte energy and dfHiincy
~in their managegnent. But- still uuch
mo can be done-to advance so' goof a
o tuse ; teachers and offiers should not
be, ked to entirely as.the instrd~ments
Br. the accomplishment of -this good.
Pari s and frieni4 are' resp ein, a
gy't degree alse for-the success of 'Sab
eSheools; not'oif at Chame, bet in
VISrTimd -ruEN, and'Its to the latt,.r4Q4f
I particularly call- attention. Nothing
encourages the children more thanjtoseo
that their pirentsimi fifids takle such
an interest in them as will bring them
out as spectatoison thiese Sah.bath o:ca
sions. To see ciewds-of little -innocent
onesg, with happy intepiespt countena-:
ces.nd to listen to tilir sweet songs of
praise is a pleasure b.yond. descri4tion,
6ut aside from this, it~is a 'auty frhich
idl owe. 'Ihave seen schools filled to
overfiwing witlivisitors elsew~here, and
the enthusiasm. and .delight of the chil
dren was a pleasure -I cannot forget.
But.I will not trespass on your kindness
in occupy ing too much room, at this
time, but will with permirsion revert -to
it again. I hop....,that these few lines
may impress parents with the great im
portance of so pleasing a duty to them
selves, and one so -necessarito-he suc
cess of SABEATH,SOHOOLS.
closes the volume- or the second -year, of
tb1 r'litt pe0iodical, comei to us
b t and gay. as erer, flour' n a
prati Q. relidetoe s a "vr ," rj
tin> E ies, poetry, victure and puzzles,
clesing t ~ ile tton
of hheldmas st%ry ofRobnsoii -.,usae,
and roit pg ' brilliant ttraction in
the' ape-of aagi st'or,ofout4oor life,
for b'oys,yee. J. Varney, whom not
a few persons'tbink superior as a writer
for -boys to Olii er Optic. Hurry .p with
your-pennies,children. You willall want
Young America "this year-for, with the
NovembarNo., i-is to be enlarged, and,
aceordinag'tohe .publIshers, "otherwise
impreved. Address-W. Jehnings Dem
orest, 478 Broadway, N. Y. $1.50 per
year, with Premin.
Ladies' boots and shoes for winter
wear are made with a double row of but-.
toisi the sides. This makes a great
improvement in the appearance of the
foot. White satin boots to be worn
with short evening dresses, are embroi
deredi with floss silk, and small crystal
and pearl beads.
A shooting affray occurred at Fayette
ville,-on Friday. between Robert Win
ship Stedinan, son of W. A. Stedman,
and I)r, W. H. Morrow, United States
Depnty' Marshal, in~ which ~both were
A rich man, who wasinjured by'bing.
run :over, exelaiined, with waith : "It
FdT-',1re seeudent6ttid ; that len't
the-thing-but theiIea of being run
over by an old swill cart; that's what
makes me mad."
Newberry,-se 29-cotoni Arm at 21-25.
Columbia 'idligs 22.
New York.catton steady at 251, gold 411.
Charleston 22' to 23
L er ool cotton firm .
PIICE CIUN JOl NESEY IAIIT,
- CORRECTED WEEKLY.
BAGG1G. lb............ 83
BALE. ROP * ."... ........ 20
8IIi tER .... . ...: Jn a 2
BACON, Hams ....................... 2a 25
"4 Side s .... ..... ............... 19 a 2D
der,............. 16 a 18
CANDLES, Adimantine..................... 8 a 88
COTTON YAEN .............. 2,00 a 2,96.
COFFEE........................................ 25 aS3
FLOUR... .................... ...............12 a 12.5,
GRIN, Corn......................... . 1,50
" ats.......................... ..... 75 a 8,
" "eas .......................1,0u a 1,10
INHIGO'. ................................1,50 a 2,00
S*edes. .. ..... 1. a ll
LEArHER,Sole.r............... .. 'a52
r.............. ...... ' a 87
MO.ABSE ..... ....... 76
= air-Orlean..: .. 1,8
G~'olde Syrfl ...-.. 10
NAILS . ............................... 10
OIL, Ker'Aine.-......;;...........76a 6u
PO?A 10E; frish'................:.. 1,00
SALT, LUvebool.. ...........3.00'3.25
SP'IRIS Brai6s............Os 28.00
" Gin .................... 5a 800
6. dKu .~... . ......5 a W 0
- lourlion-Wblskey..... 4 a50
SUGAR, Crushed ............. 20 a22&
Powdered ..-............ 25
" Coffee 0,............. 18sa20
" Eutra C......... 19 a20
SO)A ................ ..... 15 a20
TOI3ACCO, Cheaing and Smo~king 60 a 2.00
Vineuar.....' ..... 75 a 1,00
ME.A0S. Beef.. Mutton, Pork.......8 a 2
FOUL rRY, rurkeys .....75 a1,0
" C1ckns..........15 a20
EGGS, per dos.................. 15
EDnARI NK Tucrf$Os.- . i omNs.
THURSTOM & IffLMES,
ADJER'S- 2lM1I WHARF,
Lilt!e?'sh adva1lces ade n consign
mentg of Uotton and other produce.,
sept 80 Gm
rght -& Coppock,
Mene and Boys
Hats; Bodfs, Bhoes, &c.
Ke again ready.Io suppty'ihbeir patrotis, in
thbeabovmi ne of goods, suited to the .sea
son, embrcig -overy grade, jnd E 'te
latest style and fini-h, imder time following
leading heads. :
Black Cloth Dres Coats, Pants and Vests,
fromsomn to &nestr .
Black c$doaminuess suits,'different-grades,
Black .Besver, " "
colored' Velvet cass ". somiething on
silk mixed cassimeres, [tirely new
Fine English -walking " new k handsome
black and col'd watt. " as low as $6 suit
Zersh sjits as lpw as $5 per. sait,
Over Coats isigreat variety,
India Rut>ber suit",
Yguths'aindBoys' clothing ofery grde
suited to all ages, - -
Furnishing Goodso de tin
Hats,and Caps of najiy styles embracing
~ootsand.o ~ofbt makis,
Large- lot T''edfk, Valises, fIli~g g s,
Hand and Buggy Umbrellas,
All of wIic~h wtillbe sold?as low as in ANY
MAKKET 'at retail.
We deal exclusively.,in the above line,
and will offer inducements not to be found
WRIGBT & COPP'OCK.
Persons holding lions on the property
of Jordan P. Pool, now in bankruptcy,
will rend,er theni on oath, and establish
them before me,-at New berry, S. C., on
before te 1st 'day of October .next, in
accurdance witis the order~ of the 1o0.
Gedrge S. Bryan, District Joidg.
sept 8 RENRY SUMMER, Register.
The undersigned havi-receitd,. add can
tkipse . io .have iae engagemaet&.
Afew Tons sti Unsold.
Cali early if you wish to secure A supply.
CARWILE & lcCALGfR]N.
Sep. 80 40 It.
M!DE ON COTTON,
.would inform the merchants and plant.
ers of Newberry and the vicinity, that I am
prepared to advance on all cotton shipped
to my friends in Charleston,
Messrs. Cohen, $anekel & C..,
and wil gna:antee prompt retwrns on the
Believing that i .m la a position to afoid
as ample-facilitie ss*iy one else, to par
ties shipping cotton, and iishing, to; hold
or sell imiediately, T woulf resp etfu?l
solicit a share of your'pitronage.
Will be found at the store of W. T. Tar.
rant. J. N. FOWLEs.
sep, 30 40 6mos.
0W REA! "R THE FALL
A =fot or' COOKING- and HEATING
STOVES of various sizes and most approvel
patterns, now in store and for sale cheap,
by W. T. WRIGHT.
sep. 30 40 tf.
A ery carge assortment of home-ma&
and japaned and pre4sed Tin-wre,..,itt
raany other articles of house. fyuahigi
goodsat wholesale and retail. Cheap by
sep. 34 4411tf. W. T. WRIGHT.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cal
verwel's Celebrated Essay on the radi
cal cure (without medicine) of Spermator
rhma, or Seminal Weakness, ibvolnnt.r,
Seminal Losses, tnmpoter>cy, Mental anm
Physical Incapacit.v Impediments to Mar
riage, etc.; alo, Consumption, Eti'epsy
and Fits, induced by. self-indulgence or'ae%
gg Price, in a sealed envelope, only
The celebrated author; in the admirabli
essay, clearly- demonstrates from a thirt
years' geeesaful practice. that the alarminj
couSequences of self-absw may be radicall;
cured aithout the use of internal medicin+
or the aplication of the knif'e; poinitina
otit a mode ofecbre at once simple, certain
-n-l effectual; by means of wh'ch ~eery sul
ft rer, ito mater what his condition inay be
mty cure himsielf chea.ply, privately,.an1'
(g This Lecture should be in the hand
oT every youthi and every moan in the land
Sent, nder seat, iii a plain envelope, i
any address, post paid, on receipt of aix cente
ol- tnw) pOst sttalmp.. Ahaso, Dr. Cuiverwell
"Maurrige G;uide," prcgcetst. Addreit
'H AS. J. C. K LINE & CO ,
, 2*-3rcaway, N. Y., rFo-mee Box 4f
STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA
By John F'. Peterson, Ordinary of Newt,ur
Whereae, Janigs J. Chapman has applie
to me' for Letters of. Admnistrationm, wit:
wilL annexed, on all an:d singular the good
d4.eh4tteserights end. eredua ot' Williat
mL C apon, kato of the district aforesaid
Thee ae 1xxoratocite and admomis
a)! and sinua. 4he-Iindred and.creditors; c
the sard din ee, to. be and -a , befor
de, our .nez& Qadinary's. (artfor.sh
saiffD strict, lo be bolden at Newberry Com
House, on the 6th day of Oeaber, to Sho1
es i any.waySha.aidAdmiatsratia
day of Sept.; Ii girever of our1ston
tboussn& egb:1indzar ad sixty-elght.
TOH T. PJ#TER1SO , o.p.d.
Sept. 30.40 2t.
In the listrict Court Of the
UNITED STA'IS-FOR THE DISTRICT 0:
South Carolina-Ia lakrupey-In the nu
ter of Marshal & Bro.,Bankrnp.-Notlce
MarshaU 4 Bre., who have been adjug
Bankrupts, on !belr own petition. Imaw
flied their petiIon praying thefr flnal di
charge, al [creditors who have proved th'
debts and omher persons in interes
are hereby notifled to appear before '1
U. S. Court at Charlesoon, in said Distric
on tire 17th day of (yctobermnext,st11.6'eine
M ,to how cause, f any they have, whi
sakt prayed be not geantede -
And will f(arther taeke notc that a secon
abd third-meeting ofeveditors in this casn
will be held at the omee of ler ry Sunnne
FAQ. Register~at Newberrf C. ., on Moi
day the 12th day.Of Oc:ober, .aM 11 o'cloci
By order of Court
Clerk Ulstrict Court United States.
Sep. 30 440 3t. For Soath.Carol aa.
The Dae West female tuIhe
rhe.,Winmter.. $ession- opens on Masdev
the-5th of October. The Facnlty tb.e sam
ts last year. .A fllGollege is appcedh
a ' RAaE OF 7titTIOft.
Primary Department per session, *U3
Academaic - .
Co!legisate - - 2- 0t
Use of ino, - -2
Contingent Fee, - - (J
Ornamental branchis at the lowest rate:
No extrsi charge' for Latin or French, c
.Boarding 412 a month. Waskhhg
Fucl about #$2,50) per- mronth.
*'ie west is in Abbeville District, 4
ntil a from Donnald's'Depos, on dhe%reei
sillo & Coltusbia -Railroad. -
REV. J. I.- BONNER,recs .
- Known for stIf defc is the Wij
ter ?ateikt Ku~pe in constrwctio'
nd ean bafied oftener inl a given,be
than any other single Breech Loader.
SWLAi!JOHNSTON]!E& WI!. F. NANU2
Agents for Manufacturers.
Aug. 26 85 tf.
liO. iORATlO SEYMO6R
For Sale by
WREN & WHEELER.
-Sep. 28 39 tf.
We aee prepared to ?ll orders for
and all the ip a0ertfmers at the aseri
est notice, and the lowest marke~ prie.
Sep4638 t~ MAYliS&NW.?IN.
The DoW Drej~I
Tip Top, ~
skirt of the fa,h onabs -~
Thejo s er - ~ a
Ccospise -,erjthine nte
to te >d,i ~. .
By order of the
J. Orn oflte Un led a~
Dis rit. of9h
redence of Wihaa
flne Tract of L-ind 4rper
-William J. Lake new rerA
(1 li) One llusnd4ed and Te.n Aeres
hbouni&d isy landsi of eii
- Also, One Trnet of I in te ii }
I ne Husndred and Thu r-t
or lPo', hionuedC1 hyi'tN hwuf
h all, M; M. ('ojpock awti
'Termis of sae casy'
for papers and stanemp.
S Sept. 2339 if.
SBy virtue .D~WI
to me. dieted$Y-U
r the legal be.UUqls~
;led on as tb~ e -
-at the -~(q44
by lands ofooper - -
k Also 140 actsnesis 2
yof Allea Niehols.eu al.
on at es of Wreta. C.
- Bishop, et al. The.sbor -Iit4
Ma; biaton. Levied on a
W. K.Grimn-Bankrisp. -.
9Jdg of she United :States -T
for t ie~ t%ga)
>) Saturday,~le 9t
"at Noerr o
)M. allthe ~t 1b
) which the r-.
in lg Ive hua~
racres anormer .. 2 -
papeXs ap - -.
- twenty-live of ag
Buyers in Qhakstor
pet' Saw, foir -Gaab e g 6epe.
Send for aCGirenar C.
No. 52A Eas.Bay, Souodr e(
-RLEYS PATEIV 71
And a full Stock of HARDWa%RE
AGICULTURA L IMPLEMEN&[gS-a b
- low-wholesale and retaiL.
Sep. 937 2m
seg. s r -