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New Fall Goods 1!
UNDER THE HOTEL,
BETWEEN WILSON & WICKER'S
AND R. H. MARSHAL'S.
My stock consists in part of
SHOES AND BOOTS,
HATS AND CLOTHING,
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
RICE, SALT, &c.
Prioes very I.ow T
Give me a call before buying elsewhere.
oet 7 41 A. SINGLETON.
Dry Goods !
We are just receiving a splendid atock of
White Goods, Prints,
Bro. Sheetings and Shirtings,
White and Striped Osnaburgs,
Also a good line of
Jeans, Kerseys, Linseys,
White and Red Flannels,
Balmoraland Ho>p Skirts, &e. &e.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
?endeagne bave now in store
A il stock of Fancy and Staple
A fll8tock of' Groceries,
-A *fall stock of Hard ware, incelu
dinig Sweede, Horse Shoe and Tire
Iron1 Horse and Mule Shoes, Horse
Shoe Nails, Shoemaker's Tools,
beBarrel Guns, Po wder, Shot,
~CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN.
A nice stock of Notioris, Gloves,
Rodera Ladies' Cloaks, Boots,
$ asnd -Hats, Clothing,
-Sawls, Nubias, Searfs,
A sf which will be sld LOW by
WYPL ACE & W H EELE R.
* We have ageneral stock of GRO
*ORES, BAGGING, R OPE, TO
BACCO, alsaL a lht of
W &is offered at REDUCEDt
a many othr4odtoo numerous to
ueao obe fou i
osti LOVELACE a WHEELER'S.
SIwill have Fresh Fish
To-day, Wednesday, the 7?th,
l jeb, Whiing, Mullets, Bass, &C.
d aAer this day the public will be sup
-lisd with tlie above delicacy every Friday,
SoI4 weather, when Fish can be ob- x
aci three times 6 week. a
~ IJhave also made arrangements to get C
r.Jesh.Qysteup, open and in the shell, also a
Lssters. Shrimps &c.
< e*A st74 41 A. HARRIS. a
When you want PICTURES to C
call at my Gallery over Mower's
u store. 'I am here all the while, and '
puting up the right kind of Photo
graphs, Amnbrotypes, &c.. at low
prices. We charge nothing for look- -
ing, and not much for a picture.
Also a nie lot of Albums and Pins
for putting pictusres in. -1
Ju 5 W.. I. WISEMAN. -
sod-e IfA i
September 30 40O ly.
The undersigned, having sold his enitire
lnterest in the hotel known as "NiOera:soN's a
HousEi," in Columbia, S. C., would take ax
-great pleasure in recommending his friends tIa
to continue their patronage to the new
Mr. Waies-r has had charge of the Hotel
for me, for a year past, and will conti'ine ..
to have the entire management of the Ho
tel, under the new arrangement.
- kelL~e assured that the House will main
tain its former reputation ais a first-class
Jiotel. T. S. NICKERSO~N.
Sent. 30th. 1868.
And Shoe Store.
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE,
Newberry C. H., S. C.
Have on hand a large and well selected
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
MEN' IILF, hIP & STOGI
Also a fine assortment of'
Youth's & Boys Boots,
A large and selected assortment of
LADIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT AND SERGE
BALMORALS AND GAITERS,
In fact everything to be found in a
Boot and Shoe Store.
Boots and Shoes made to order.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL at the
oct 7 41
Fisk's Metallic Burial Cases,
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
hand a full assortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides coffins
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Person- desirous of having eases sent by tk
railroad will have them sent free of charge. b
A Hearse is always on land and will be si
furnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub- t:
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation fi
of the samze, and assures the public that ei
no effort on his part will be spared to Tender
the utmost satisfaction.
Newberry S. 0., July 31.1
Sash & Blinds.1
The subhscriber takes pleasure in announe
me to this comnmuiity thait, haviing made
ill necessary arrangements~, .he will be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Bllinds, f
At Verv Moderate RateS!!
For CIaSh !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 tf. Newberry C. H , S. 'G.
JOHN ESTEN00OOK'S NEW NOVEL? !
F. J. HUN TINGTON & 00., B
459 BE00ME ST., NEW-YORK, Pt
lave in pres, to be ready in October, k
lr, the Last Days of Lee and his Paladins. L<
By J. EETEN CooK. ar
Author of "Surry of Eagles' Nest."
Of "Surry," of which Mohun is a Sequel, B~
~en Thonsand copies were- almost imnmedi
tely sold. The new work is still more in- p
ensely interesting. Prjnted on fine-toned
laper, and richly bound in cloth with up.
nirds of 500 pages, it has for its frontis
lece a fine steel medallion head of Gen. A
see, and four bear.ttf'ul, illustratians in
lomier's best style. Either book is sent byI
aail, post free,' on receipt of the price,
;2.25. For sale by all Booksellers and
fewsdealers in town and country.
Oct. 7 41 3t.]
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Si
NEWBERRY COUNTY. be
ly John T. Peterson, Probate Judge, ot New- of
berry County. rol
Whereas, Mary A. Htughey, has applied to ins
mefor Letters of A dmi r-ation, on all and m<
ingular the goods and chattels, rights and Cle
redits of Dan'l Hughey late of the county m<
foresaid, deceased: sel
These are therefore to cite and admonish 1
11 and singular, the kindred and ceditors of an:
Ce said deceaxsed, to be and appear before
re, at our mesct Probate Court for the said -
'ounty, to be holden at Newberry Court
Louse on the 15th day of Oct , inst, to show
ause, if' any why the said Administration
hould not be granted.
Given under my hand and Seal, this 1st
ay of Oct., inst., in the year of' our Lord U
ne thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight.
John T. Peterson, r. J. N. C.
Oct 7 41 2t.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
. NEWBEREY DISTRICT. 1
y' John T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
W h e r e a s , Anna Lake has applied au
>me for Letters of Administration, with
-ill annexed, on all and singular the goods es
ad chattels, rights and credits of B3en
Lmin Lake, late of the district af'oresaid, _
These are therefore to cite and admonish N(
Ii and singular, the kindred and c'editors of
re said deceased, to be and appear before
e, at our next Ordinary's Court for the ,
id District, to be holden at Newberry CourtST
ouse, on the 14th day of October, to show
iuse, if any, why the said Administration pat
tould not be granted, by
Given under my hand and seal, this 30th s
ty of Sept.; in the year of our Lord one --
tonsand eight hundred and sixty-eight.
JOHN T. PETERSO 3, o.n.d.
Oct 7 41 2t.
The Best Gun an
Known for self defence is the Winches- ta
r Patent. It is simple in .-onstruction, goc
dcan be fired oftener in a given time s
an any other sinule Breech Loader.
SILAS JOHNSTONE & WM. F. NANCE.
Agents for Manufacturers.
Aug. 2G 35 tf'.
60 Barrels Lime,
On hand and for sale by
3IAYER tM3I TIN.
ELEGNT FILL STOCK
The subscribers are icceiving their ]
Fall and Winter Stock of
which will be complete this week) and
.omprise everything in their line known
:o the trade, in
Trrimmlings, Fatncy Articlest
W hite Goods, Homespuns
He-ay Goods, Blankets f
Toilet Articles, &c., &c.
Our Stock is of the fullest description. c
nd has been selected with the greatest s
are. We ask an examination of our
tock, feeling satisfied that it will give I
deasure to all. b
MATHIAS BARRE & SON. 3
Sept 23 tf C
Buy the Best !
4 ~ *
r fuly. f"..w rJ
We now hav:e on hand the following pop
lar styles of Ladies and Misses hoop skirts:
he Dew Drop,
Reception Demi Quaker, c
Grecian La Parie. tv
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with B
te ladies, and is universally receommended p
F the Fashion Magazines as the standard Si
irt of the fashionable world.
To enjoy the following inestimable advan- C
ges, viz: Superior quality, perfect shape.
nish, flexibility, durability, comfort and R
~conomy. Buy the best.
MA THIAS BARRE & SON.
Sept. 23 39 tf. A
tssignee's 'Sale of Real
Sthe Uniited States District Court
--District of Souh Carolina
In Bankruptcy. r
'1 the maatter of Jacob S. Bowcers-A
Py order of the Hon. Geo. S. Bryan, ca~
ige of the United States D)istict Court,
r the Distrtet of South Carolina, I wilt re
1, at New~ berry Court House,
n Monday the 2nd day of No rem
bcr next. (Aale-D)ay.)
Three Houses and Lots,
tuated in the village of Helena, and be - _
nging to the Estate of Jacob S. Bowers,
inkrutpt. Lot No. 1, contains (2) two
res, more or less, with dwelling and ap
rtenances, hounded by - Street, by
e G. & G. Rail Road, L ots of J. B. smith.
d A. C. Small. Lot No. 2, contains (i) J0
re e-fourths of an acre, more or less, w ith Of
relling and appurtenances, bounded by .o
>ts of WV. Smth, I. Bierfield, - Street "
d - Street. Lot No. :3, contains (i) L
ree-fourths of an acre, more or less, with
relling and appurtenances, bounded by sht
it of I. Bierfield and other lands of said P~
Terms Catsh. Purchaser to pay for pa- t
rs and stamps. t
JOHN T. PETERSON, to
Oct. 7 41 4t. Assignee. se
-- __________ _______-.an
ssignee's Sale of Real Estate. Ot
the United States District Court-District to
y South Carolina--In Bankruptcy. In the P9
natter of George A Sligh- -Bankrupt. CX
By order of the Hon. Geo S. Bryan, Judge fid
>f the United States District Court for the
[istrict of South Carolina. C
:will bell at the residence of George A. -
gh, on Wednesday the 28th day of Octo- -
r, 1868, at 10 o'clock, A. M., three tracts
land belonging to the Estate of said Bank,
pt. Tract No 1, the house tract, contain
three hundred and fifty-three (353) acres, o
r-e or less. Tract No. 2, containing
hty-five and three%fourths (85D) acres, Ne
>re or less, arnd Tract No. 3 containing
renty seven (77) acres, more or less.
'erms Cash. Purchasers to pay for papers
I stamps. JOHN T. PE fERSON,
)ct. 7 42 4t. Assignee.
?0NI ORATlO SEYMOR,
For Sale by
W.REN & WHEELER.
sep. 23 39 tf. ufa
Notice to Farmers.
Ware prepared to fill orders for
I all the popular Fertilizers at the short
uotice, and the lowest market price.
MAYES & MARTIN. Juc
sep. 16 38 tf. Dis
W READY FOR THE FALL
k lot of COOKING and HEATING Wii
)VEs of various sizes and most approved (11l
terns, now in store and for sale cheap less
W. T. WRIGHT. Pa)
ep. 30 40 tf.
MUSE FURNISHING GOODS, for
very varge assortment of home-made s
japaned and pressed Tin-ware, with
~v other articles of house furnishino
ds at wholesale and retail. Cheap by *Dif
p. 30 40) tf W. T. WRIGHT. For
the First Monday in September, his of 8
School for Boys. ~ jd
rms : Three Dollars per month, invariably 5th
p2m . J. F. .1 C ALTDfWT.' T.
Wright & Coppock,
Wens and Boys
Eats, Boots, Shoes, &c.
Lre again ready to supply their patrons, in
beabove line of goods, suited to the sea
on, embracing every grade, and of the
'test style and finish, under the following
lack Cloth Dres Coats, Pants and Vests,
-om common to finest,
lack cloth Bu-iness suits, different gradles,
lack Beaver, " "
olored Velvet cass " something en
lk mixed casimeres, [tircly new
ine English walking " new & handsome
[arrisons cassiner "
lack and col'd satt. " as low as $u suit
:ersey suits as low as $5 per suit,
ver Coats in great variety,
idia Rubber suit ,
ouths' and Boys' clothing of every grade
iited to all ages,
urnisling Goods of every description,
ats and Caps of many styles embracing
oots and Shoes of best makes,
rge lot Trunks, Valises, Traveling nags,
and and Buggy Umbrellas,
11 of which will be sold as low as in ANY
AKKET at ret il.
We deal exclusively in the above line,
d will O'fer inducements no! to be found
WRIG1T & COPPOCK.
sep. 30 40 3t.
Guillett's Patent Steel Brush
COT rOX ginned on this GIN sold in
iarleston last season, at one to two cents
'r pound more than the sa.ae class of Cot
n ginned on the ordinary Gins of the
untry. This statement is certified by
enty-five of the principal Factors and
uvers in Charlezton. Price, Six Dollars
nr Saw, for Cash or City Acceptance.
-id for a Circular C. GRAVELEY,
No. 52 East Bay, South of old Post Office,
Iarleston, S. C.
fINLEY'S PATENT PLOUGHS,
Ada full Stock of HARDWARE and
GRICULTURA L IMPLEMENTS for sale
wi-wholesale and retail.
Sep. 9 37 m
Tb ur sday, October 1st, 1868.
sufficient number of teatchers has been
-ured to wairant the full instruction of
The nec<ssary exp n.ee (in a Ivance) are
" Preparatory " ......3.00 4
r rimary 4.......2.00 4~ "
For furthecr partienlars aiddres
J. P. SMELTZER,
.President Newberry College.
August 0 33 t f.
I respectfully inform the Merchants,
anteis and Farmiers of Newberry and ad
ning Countlies, that I may be found at my
ice in the rear of the Coiner Brick Store,
eupied by Messrs. Gary & Duncan, with
rased facilities for making
iberal Advances on Cotton,
ipped through mc to that prompt andt
pular business house, Messrs. Geo. H.
alter & Co., Chairleston, So. Ca.
I have a close Brick Ware House, near e
SRailroad Depot, for the storage of Cot- t
Sconsignmed to me at this place. I will
I Cotton for parties who may desire it, -
d remit proceeds pron-ptly by express or
irwisc as directed. I will buy Cotton
order on dep'osit of funds for the pug
e. Any business intrusted to me will be
cuted with promiptnies, cnrefulness and ]
elity. "CHARGE3 MODERATE."
G. T. SCOTT,
otton Broker, Comn. & Exchange Agent.
e w berry, S. C., Aug. 19th, 1868. 2mno.
Special to Dealers.
Ware the authorized agents for the sale
wYork Bagging [Double Anchor Brand]
The best patterns of Cotton Ties,s
Improve d Fertilizers,
Spanish Segars, (
ported Wines and Liquors,
Winchester Repeating Arms,
And Sporting Goods ge.nerally.'
he Trade can be suppiied by us at Man
t urers and Importers prices.
SILAS JOHNSTONE & W~m. F. NANfE,
ept 2 36 tf
ly order of the Hon. George S. Bryan,
ge of the United States Conrt for the
trict of South Carolina, I will sell at the
dence of William J. Lake,
THURSDAY, the 15th of October,
Tract of Land upon which the sai
iam J. Lake now resides, containing
)) One Hundred and Ten Acres, more or
,bounded by lands of estate of B. T.
singer, WV. G. Abramns and others.
so, One Tract of Land,containing (135)
ilundred and Thirty-five Acres, mioreA
ess, bounded by lands of J. R. Mt nden
,M. M. Coppock and others.
erms of sale cash. Purchaser to pay
papers and stamps.*
J. N. MARTIN.
ept. 23 39 tf.
trict Court of the United States, (
the District of South Carolina. In
ankruptcy. In the matter of George HI.
> whom it may concern: The under
ed hereby gives notice of his appoint,
t as Assignee of the estate of George H.
pman, of the Dist. of Newberry and State
.C. withbin said district,who has been ad.
ada Bankrupt upon his own petition by
District Court of Said District. Dated
day of Oct, A. D., 1868.
JOHN A CANNON, Assignee.
'7 41 3t
T. F. BRoDIE, R. . HUDGINS, H. C. HUDoINs.
BRODIE & CO.
North Atlantic Wharf,
CIHARLESTON, S. C.
Liberal Advances on Consignments in hand.
Messrs. Cameron, Barkley & Co. Charleston,
S C , Hi. T. l'eake. Eq., Gen Supt S C It It,
ChIarlesto'n '1'. P . Jeter, 1> q.. Pres't S & U K Ht.
Union; Ion Ja . Farrow. Spartai,burg ; and
lion I. F. Crayton, Anderson.
Sept 16 3m
MADE fN CTTON,
I w"ould inform the merchants and plant
ers of Newberry and the vicinity, t1 t. I am
prepared to advance on all cotton shipped
to my friends in Charleston,
Messrs. Cohen, Ilanckel & Co.,
and will guarantee prompt returns on the
Believing that I am in a position to afford
as ample facilities as any one else, to par
ties shipping cotton, and wishing to hold
or sell immedittely, I would respectfully
solicit a share of your patronage.
Will be found at the store of W. T. Tar
rant. J. N. FOWLES.
sep, 30 40 Gmos.
EURRn N. TiwsrTO\. C. R. HOLMEs.
THURSTON & HOLMES,
AI)JEPR'S NORTII WIIARF,
CHALIRLES'TOX. S. C.
Liberal cash advances made on consige
menats of Cotton and other produce.
sept ., 6Tn:
W. C. Courtney & Co.,
No. 9 BOICE'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. C Courtney,
Jas. S. Murdoch. sept 9 36 tf
JAMES M. CALDWELL & SONS,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Advancecmade on consignments. Refer
hoe who wish information to Col. D. L
hcKay, President of the People's National
Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Sep 9 37 6mn..
W INT~IROP B, MILLIIMS,
Charleston, S. C.
aug 26 5mi
WM. F. NANCE,
Our correspondents are among- the best
ommiercial houses in all of the A tlantic Ci
ies and Liverpool.
We are preparedl to mtake FULL GASH
DVANCES ON BILLS OF LADING, and
an guarantee 'prompt and satisfaictory re
se pt 2 3m.
H. W. Kinsman,
fapes' Superphosphate of
Lime & Guano Co.
~eneral Commission Merchant.
153 East Bay,
Charleston, S, C.
Will give prompt attention to the sale or
iient of COTTON, NAVAL STORES C
nd COUNTRY PRODUCE generally.
Aug 26 2m
THE GREAT SOUTHERN~TONIC r
00DRICH, WINEMAN & CO. ~
Charleston, S. C.
September 2 36 ly.
SUPERPHIOSPHATE OF LIME
ill increase the yield 50 per cent. No
rson should plant an acre of Wheat with
t using 200 or .3U0 pounds to the acre.
pply to IH W. KINSMAN,
15 ast Ba.Chareston,Ca
MAYS & MARTIN,
Sep. 2 36 2mos. Newberry, 8. C.
R. C.8SHARP& CU.
Brown & Co.'s Wharf, b
CHARLESTON, S. C.
net 9 2rn
Just received and for sale at
J. McINTOSHS' Drug Store.
For Fever and Chills.
100 oz Sulphate Quinine,
3000 Pills " " Sugar Coated,
2 Doz. Vin de Quinium-French
" " Vin de Seguin-Paris.
" "s Rowan's Tonic Mixture
" " Hegeman's Ferrated Elixir Cal,
" " Sandford's Liver Invigorator
" " Panknin's Ilepatic Bitters
" " lostetter's "
"t "o Sumpter
" " Oxygenated "
And for sale at
J. McINTOSI'S Drug Store.
Solution Citrate Magnesia-fresh.
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient
llusband's Calcined Mnanesia
For sale at J. MeIN 'oSI1'S Drug Store.
Blood Tonics & Invigorants.
Queen's Delight-Fisher & Heinitsh's .
Hlelmbold's Extract Buchu
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Dalby's -Carmi nitive
Van Duesin's Worm Confections
A full assortment of Colognes, Perfumery,
ad Soaps, from the best French and Ameri
:an manufacturers, with a complete stock of
French Candies, &c.
07 All prescriptions will be carefully
:omponnded by Dr. T. Gouin, at all hours
f the day or night, at
J. McINTOSH'S Drug Store.
Aug 19 34 3mo.
Fall and Winter.
The subscriber has received and offers for
tale a good assortment of Fall and Winter
;oods, which will be sold cheap.
Sep. 9 37 M. FOOT.
hams and Shoulders,
Rio and Java Coffee,
Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Tobacco and Segars,
Knifes and Forks,
Powder and Shot,
Ladies and Gents Furnish
aig Goods of all kinds,
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
f all sizes,
Other Goods, too numner
us to mention, which are
enerally kept in a well sup
lied Variety Store.
I offer my GOODS at
rices as low as they can be
ought or sold-at the corner
f the Hotel.
March 25 13 tf.
Y AlY E8 & MAlRTIN,
AND FOR SALE
HEAP FOR CASHI[
60 Coils of Rope,
20 Bales of Bagging, and
No. 1 Twine ;
10 Hhds. Extra Baltimore a
500 Lbs, Sugar Cured
600 Lbs. No. 1 Leaf Lard, 1
2 Hhds. West India Mo- ~
And many other Seasona- i
MAYES & MARTIN.
Super Phosphate of
FOR COTTON, CORN, WHEAT and other
GRAIN CROPS, TOBACCO, VEGE
TABLE CROPS, &c.
Contains suflicient stimulating Ammoni.
acal Animal Matter to produce rapid growtb,
and to insure the complete appropriation by
the plant of the Phosphates and other in
gredi2"ntts in the ftrtilizer, without exhaust
in.: the soil. It does not burn the crop.
during drouth like Peruvian Guano, or los
its strength by the volatilization of the am
All its constituents, excepting the Sol
phurie Acid, being from Bones, Blood,
Flesh and other animal sources, and not
from Mineral Phosphates, or Mineral Phos
phatic Guano, as in the case with most of
the Super-phlsphates, it is in a condition to
become quickly soluble in the so, and
available as food for plants.
Wartanted free from adulterations, and of
For sale by MAYES & MARTIN,
aug 26 15 Agents at Newberry.
The undersigned are prepared to
in every desirable kind of policy
MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
Information furnished free of charge,
SILAS JOfUNSTONE & Wu. F. NANC4
Life Insurance Agents.
Aug. 12 33 tf.
The undersigned have received, and can
to those who have made engagementa..
A few Tons stillUnsold.
Call early if you wish to secure a apply.
CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN.
Sep. 30 401it.
The HIGH EST PRICFE paid for Ofid llags
delhvered to the subscriber, who will make
this a permanent feature in his business.
Store opposite Wiskeman og
J. W. MILLE1EAgL
Sept. 2 36 tf
HATE GREATLY INCREA RNA
New Stock of Spring
DRY GOODM &GRlOCIllI.
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE
Can Fruits, Pickles, Sardines,
10 THE PUBLICe
I have just returned from Charleston,
there I bought a Large Stock of
Consisting in part .of Beautiful P'ina
aluslins, Osnaburgs,, Shirtings, (S3eahu
lE ubleachied,) also, Groceries, Shoes fatse
>oth for Gents and Ladies, in fact I have
'very thing kept in a good country store.
return my kind thanks to my friends and
usto-men, for the Liberal patronage Ihave
eceived since I opened where I am. ?
old them I was goi'ag te sell Cheap doder
o come and look and judge. My easte
ners did so,. and 3 sold them goods e5sp
nd will continue to seR ceeam ebrhesy
I am adding weekly to mf' stoe& of (re.
eries, Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockewe
hoes and Pickles, Preserves, &c.- As, a
[Large Lot CorDforsaleebesp.
I will exchange Goods for ftR kind et
M. F'. AtBRITON.
Newberry, March 25.
['he Due West Female Collg
The Winter Session opens on Monday,
be 5th of October. The Faculty thea
a last year. A full College is expected.
BATES OF TUITION.
rimary Department per session, 810 00
ceademuic - - - 15 00
ollegiate - - - 9.. ) 00
[usic, Piano, - - 24 00
Fse of Piano, - -1 00
ontingent Fee, - - 1 00
Ornamental branches at the lowest rates.
No extra charge for Latin or French, or
Boarding *12 a month. Washing and
uel about $2,50 per month.
Due WVest is in Abbeville District, four
iles from Donnald's Depot, on the Green.
ille & Columbia Railroad. .
REV. J. l,. BONNEiiB, Free't
epnt 92 .t