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In addo to the above, I am prepared
t eM ordefo Mt i sft bf vehicles, such
ted.man>;facture of. COOK,
'kmd, formerly of thik-pfaee,
stock. AM 'orders promp-iy
Tte state of South Carolina.
* wus~aLDzsraer-Is EQuTr.
Slas JSaeccesor, Comisssioner In
EqtAy. vs. J. I:Sober and others.
+f3#'4i' of-the Court s case, I will
,% t,he Court Honse at Newtiery,
as the 5'* 4q: i 9vember 1S68, a
rtofln ,situated in the. Disti ict and
- $ tj aqes,
and one fourth, more or less, and bcunded
. a ph aud-others.
i6o4nah skusted is said Ois
' &ste, cs.tainng
e en -acres, and sxi-tenths
and bounded by leds of John
ileaCrower aud .Sriah Cromer.
e tbird in cash, the balance of
. , isgpypble at .twelve
res from day of salq$o be
with at le*st two good
t o ag of a -t" 17
STATE OF SOUTE CAROLINA
N~ tX Ilri ict-In Equity. -
> .eitDk l s,.Thos. J.
.s4tu2LM.a eb Partidoui.
onder of tbe'totin this e ss, I will
-ebe-O ur -House, at. Newberry,
in .Noven#ber uex0,. a
t-te of Divid Werts,
' eg8eraet TraeLd situat 4 in
~ryaeres. ~Ko c le .an4 -bouaded
iond,f -aad# at, - eaft -two
s s iey- 3n- sh ther eWs
j gs. The purcbase money.
~fiony be p;ic ash, bow
I ayb gpe.Et wd b
of the pramses r l b
rs Ofee, EILASJ M E,
* a ai -
- iMonday f a3arember next.
a hp.. slcrtpan4,
tW: god s g#les, and
"~~ ~ _, ,i1 S iSt c ..3.D
* ewberry , nEquig.
Ri d1 ehur, et ali.
of~Cour? I wi sAil bef'r
be yon th:e first
oD~Wde ihkaber decas
~~wd a ~ecb rdv Distrlet,
nvd anid s'ix acrea, n:or
deL othe'r land4 of the
o'mit6 J. N Egting, T.
Z hwer, and the es are of J. G. Litney.
~L irg an L..~M&t6 s Mcue t .
b2 aethe CartouSna
an ther~1 s-Biderf Wley
e a dts. b
~Tek ,6in this
g ~ Mcgarf' Fdayn
~ fude o Wile
- bnared by the Calk'i
ary sryroad, andaby
K~~ ibfer.ai ohr
,*lypt fthe McNar sr
bose t-rhsem n~
M -*iw Se.. m ntywt fiee
1t odde'' stisoep and
- al enty o'er oe
t~WWZ eeyl4 alltewidtesate
Dr_ Goods !
We 'r alendid stock o
Wh ds irin
B ehed- Goods,
B ings and Shirtings
White d Osnaburgs,
- '-line of
Balmoral and Uoop Skirts, &e. &c.
LOVELACE & WEELER.
A nice stock of Notions, Gloves,
Hosiery, Ladies' Cloaks, Boots,
Shoes and Hats, Clothing,
Shawls, Nubias, Searfs,
11 *f ichw3fIll be sold IOW by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
We ta*i enera stoek of GRO
CERIES, BAGGING, ROPE, TO
BACCO, also a lbt of
Which is offered at REDUCED
=Cr o bto
mention, to be found at
oct 7 LOVELACE & WHEELEIR'S.
and handsome stock of
DRY GOODS &GROCERIES,
AT PRICES TO SUIT TILE
Can Fr-uits, Pickles. Sardines.
Th anu meetr' nof the County Cm
Rom,) oni he first Tuesday in.Novemiber
All persons havin - bilis~ agamst the coun
v are req&4't6Ep6sit-the ):rme with the
lerk of the Bo.ard, on or before the fir
E, of NovembeCr net; atid- indfei
4reof tilat su4i billVwill nyt .be audited
t said uo:aual meetinmg.
- - Ulmzirmain of the toneid..
LO0 BusheIs Extra Fine
The -subscrib,er has on hand ansd for sale
One Hundred Bushels of Superior
an be had at the ste 'im mill adjomning the
tannecry. Farmers can rely on this Wheat
as being what it is represented.
Apyt ths@sR -
October 21 43 3 JOHN S. H AIR.
The House and lot in the town of New
berry at fresent occupied by Dr. J. D.
Oct 21 4smJORK A. CH APMAN.
United States Court.
4th Circuit-District of South Caroina
ig YtU3 & uishi '-s. Wil&
am- Yung and others.
The creditors of Samuel Young, d'ceased,1
are re inired, b an order of the Court in~
thi4 r 'on eet% Nd~Etbishi
ther demands before me as Clerk of the
Court, on or before the fourth Monday in:
Novembrnext.. AN'L IIORLRECK,
SClerk U. S. Circnit Court.
Oct. 21 .43 2t.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry Distrit-lu Equity.
David Werts v. Permelia Noble and others.
Bill for sale of lands.
Pursuant to an order of the Court, in this
ase, I will sell before the Court House. at New
bery. on the first Monday in November next
the real estate of Win. F. Noble, as follows:
A tract of land in the District and State afore
oror Sixty-two acres,
ororless, end bounded by lands of J. Belt.o1
Werts, Pickenas Stevens, Spencer Welch, anc
Also the interest of the said Wui. F. Noble
decesed, (being one-ninth pt) in a tract ci
land, in said District, and- Stte. belon og ta
the estate of John 5'obIe deceased, con ain
-One hwidred acres,
more or less, and lan.YI3ds of Drayto1
Lake, Henry Ba. aT-~d nd the es
tate of B -e -e
exect a bond, it at least fi Rood srte
and a u gao fth reie, to secure t
rchase mo , betevOe agoths wit
interst frm aqae, and pay the cost
of these p In~ sh, or the purchnse
Com'ra (~ -ILAS JOHNSTO~E,
Oct 141f_i n .12 o.3.N-D
Perso'iwishing-ta puvohasg Land in Oce
nee County,ap5et. my aagtance and ir
fuence.f omlier pereet.
Refcenee-Mr. J. H. Sligh, Newherr'
.0O. Addren, BEY B. HOL4DER,.
Oct 21 4n ,f. W:tTln11a S. C
ELEGIN FILL STOCK
The subscribe:s are teceiving their
Fall and Winter Stock of
(irhich will be complete this week) and
cowprise everything in their line known
to the trade, in
Dress Goods, Calicoes
Trimmings, Fancy Articles
White Goods, Homespuns
Heavy Goods, Blankets
Toilet Articles, &c., &c.
Our Stock is of the fullest description,
and has been selected with the greatest
care. We ask an examination of our
Stock, feeling satisfied that it will give
pleasure to all.
MAT1IAS BARRE & SON.
Sept 23 if
Buy the Best!
We-now-have on hand the foEowing pop
_elat styles of Ladies and Misses boop skirts:
Ueception Demi Quaker,
Grecian La Parie.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with
the ladies, and is universally receommended
blthe Fashioti Magszines as the standard
stirrof thefashionable world.
To'enjoy the following inestimable advan
:agespiz: Superior quality, perfect shape.
ilnish, flexibility, durability, coinfort and
ecconom~y. Bay the best'
* )1ArTHIAS BARRE &SON.
4ssignee's Sale of Real
In the United States District Court
-District of South Caroina
In the matter of Jacob S. Bocers
By order of the HIon. (Geo. S. Bryan,
Jo3ge of the United States D)istrict Court,
or'theDistrtpL of South Carolina, I will
sel, at Ne wberry Court House,
OA)onday the 2nd day of Novem
*ber ne:rt. (.bale-Day.)
Three- Houses and Lots,
situsted in the village of HIelez:n, nnd be
.tgriing to'the Estate' of Jacob S. Bowers,
Bankrupt. Lot No. I, contains (2) two
acres, more or less, with dwelling and ap
prtenances, bounded b -- Stret, by
he G. k 0. Rail Road, Lots of J. Il. Smith
and A. C. Small. Lot No. 2) contains (1)
trry e4lourths of an aere, more or less, with
delling and appartenances, bounded by
Lots of W..Smith, I. Bierfield, - Street
.iid--S::za. LM No. 3, contains (I)
thre.fourths of an aere, more or less, with
daeling and appurtenances, bounded byC
Lot of-1 Bierfield and other lands of staid
Terms Cash. Purchaser to pay for pa
pst adsamps. T
per rnd JOHN T.PETERSON,
Oct. '7 41 4t. Assignee.
Assignee's Sale of Real Estate.
In,he United States District Court-District
'of South Carolina-In Bankruptcy. In the
matter of " George A Sligh- -Bankrupt.
By order of the lion. Geo S. Bryan,Jadge
of the United States District Court for the
.District of South Caroltina.1
I will selT at the residence of Gcorge A.
Sligb. on WVedlesdaty the 28th day of Octo
ber., 1868. at 10 o'clock, A. M., three tracts
ofland belonging to the Estate of said Bank,.
rpf.;- Tract No 1, the house tract, contain
ing three bundred and fifty-three (353) acres,
mdre air Tess. . Tract No 2, cnntaining
eighty-five and three%fourths (85() acres.
more or less, and Tract No. 3 containing
seventy seen (77) acres, more or less.
'Esruas Cash. Purchasers to pay for papers
and stamps. JOHN T. PE UERSoN,
Oct. 7 42 4t. Assignee.
isk's Metali ilurial Cases,
THE SUBsCRIBER lhas constantly or
hand a faltassbrtment of the above approred
cke~6f different patterns, besides coffins
et his oa make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promiptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and will be
frrnished at the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that
no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
R. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscibet~ takes pleasure in announc
mng to this community that, having made
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
Sash with and without
~Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash! !
- ANDREW C. CH APMAN,
a 9cL741 tf. Newberry 0. H., 8. C.
60 Barrels Lime,
Oi3 hand and for sale by
31AY1W & MAR TIN.
Sent. 16 % f
And Shoe Store.
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Newberry C. Ii., S. C.
ave on hand a large and well selected
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
M ' F, iP & STOGI
Aso a fine assortment of
Youth's & Boys Boots,
A large and selected hssortment of
LADIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT AND SERGE
BALMORALS AND GAITERS,
In fact every thing to be found in a
Boot and Shoe Store.
Boots and Shoes made to order.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL at the
-oct % 41
White and Colored,
cary Osnab urgs and shir'tings.
anglihi Dairy Chee-e,
rime Bacon Sides,
ngy Rimns, Spokes, Hubs and Umb!rellas,
rain Oil, Self Heating Irons, Steelyards,
'atent Bailances, India Rubber Belting,
~aggig, Rope and Iron Ties,-now in
tore and for sale by
CARWILE & McCAUGU1RTN.
Oct. 21 43 tf.
Special to Dealers.
We are the anthzorize'd agents for the sale
ew York Bagy,ing [Double Anchor Brand]
The best patterns of Cotton Ties',
nported Wines and Liquors,
Winchester Repeating Arms,
And Sporting Goods generally.'
The Trade can be suppiied by us at Man
afac urers and Importers prices.
SILAS J@HN8T(0% & Im. F. NANC,
Sept 2 36 tf
Notice to Farmers.
We are prepared to fill orders for
Peruvian G uano,
and all the popular Fertilizers at the short.
est notice, and the lowest market price.
M AYES & M ARTIN.
Sep. 16 38 t f.
NW READY FOR THE FALI
A lot of COOKING and HEATINC
STOVES of various sizes and most approve
patterns, now in store and for sale cheap
by WV. T. WRIGHT.
sep. 30 40 tf.
T IN -W.ARE
OUSE FURNISHING GOODS
A very varge assortment of home-made
d japaned and pressed Tin-ware, wit]
.aany other articles of house furnishini
goods at wholesale and retail. Cheap by
sep. 30 40 tf. W. T. WRIGHT.
The Best Gun
Known for self defence is the Winches
ter Patent. It is simple in .-onstruction
and can be fired oftener in a given tim<
than any other single Breech Loader.
SILAS JOHINSTONE & W M. F. NANCE
Agents for Manufacturers.
Aug. 26 35 tf.
Mv. P. Albritorn
Is receiving his FALL STOCK of Goode
The largest stock ever brought to Newberry
and consisting of almost anything that ma,
be called for. These goo-is were bought 1:
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimori
Virginia, Charleston and Georgia, by a
experienced buyer, who has be~en in busines
for twenty-five years. Besides they hav
been bought for cash, and [ am determine
to sell cheaper than any other merchant. I
is natural for persons to go where their Is
terest is, and where they can bay cheap<
gooa. If so, every body will come to Mt
thew's store. It will pay any persont to rid
twenty miles to c,me to my store, if he on]
wants $10 worth of goods.
I will exchange goods for all kinds
country produce, and I wdll pay the highet
market price for cotton,
T. F. B0ng, E. R. HUDG1NS, H. C. HUDOsNB.
BRODIE & Co.
North Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Liberal Advances on Consignments in band.
Messrs. Cameron, Barkley & Co., Charleston,
S C H. T. Prakc, Esq., Gen Sup't S C It X,
(harleston, T. B. Jeter, Eq..1'res't S & U R R,
Union ; Hon Jos. Farrow, Spartunburg ; and
i on B. F, Crayton, Auderson.
MADE ON COTTON
I would inform the merchants and plant.
ers of Newherrv and the vicinity, that I am
prepared to advam-e on nil cotton shipped
to my fricnd in Charleston,
Messrs. Cohen, IIanckel & Co.,
and will gnarante' prompt r(turns on the
Believing that I am in a position to afford
as ample facilities as any one -Ne, to par.
ties shipping cotton, and wishing to hold
or sell imnedi8tely, I would respectfully
solicita share of your patronage.
Will be found at the store of W. T. Tar
rant. J. N. FOWLES.
sep, 30 40 6nos.
EDWARD N. TuCRSTO. C. R. HOLRs.
THURSTON & HOLMES,
ADJER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHARLESTOY S. C.
Liberal cash advances made on cotisigr
ments of Cotton and other produce.
sept 31) Gm
W. C. Courtneyi Co.,
No. 9 BOYCE'S WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. C. Courtney,
Jas. S. Murdoch. ' sept 9 36 tf
JAMES M. CALDWELL & SONS,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Advances nmade on consignments. Recfer
thos~e who wish infotmation to Col. D. L.
McKay, President of the People's National
Banik, Charlest on, S. C.
Se p 9 37 Gm.
Charleston, S. C.
aug" 2O 5nm
WM. F. NANCE,
Our correspondents are ar.onmg the best
commiereid hmouses in all of the Atlautic Ci
tiOs andt Liverpool.
We are prepared to make FULL CASH
ADVANCES ON fILLS OF LA DING, and
can guarantee prompt and satisfaictory re
sept 2 3 i
H. .W. Kinsman,
Mapes' Superphosphate of
Lime & Guano Co.
General Commission Merchant.
153 East Bay,
Charleston, S, C.
Will give prompt attention to the sale or
shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STORES
and CoUNTRY PRODUCE generally.
Ang 2t0 2m
THE GREAT SOUTHERN TONIC
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.
Charleston, S. C.
September 2 36 ly.
SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME
Will increase the yield 50 per cent. No
person should plant an acre of Wheat with.
out using 200 or 300 pounds to the acre.
Apply to HI W. KINSMAN,
Gen. Aenh foo.Ca.
MAYS & MARTIN,
Sep. 2 86 2mos. Newberry, 8. C.
.C. SHARP & E8.
YBrown & Co.'s Wharf,
(IIARLESThN. S. 0.
I ent22 rm
Just received and for sale at
J. Mc[NTOSflS' Drug Store.
For Fever and Chills.
100 oz Sulphate Quinine,
3000 Pill " " --Sugar Coated.
2 Dos. Vin de Quinium-Freacl
Vin de Segnin--Parfs.
" Rowan's Tonic Mixture
Hegeman's Ferrated Elixir Qal,
" Sandford's Liver Invigorator
Panknin's Ilepatic Bitters
" Oxygenated "
And for sale at
J. McINTOSH'S Drug Store.
Solution Citrate Magnesia--fresh.
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient
H,sband's Calcined Magrneia
For sale at J. McINTOSIi's Drug Store.
Blood Tonics & Invigorants.
Queen's Delight-Fisher & Hcinlt*h's
Helimbold's Extract Buchu
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Van Dnesin's Worm Confections
A full assortment of Colognes, Perfumery,
and Soaps, from the best French and Ameri
can manufacturers. with a complete stock of
French (,andie+, &c.
07' All prescriptions v-ill be carefully
compounded by Dr. T. Gouin, at all hours
of the day or night. at
- J. McINTOSI'S Drug Store.
Fall and Winter.
The subscriber has received and offers for
sale a good assortment of Fall and Winter
Goods, which will be sold cheap.
Sep. 9 37 M. roOT.
Hams and Shouldera,
Rio and Java Coffee,
Soda and Sugar Crackers,
Tobacco and Segars,
Knifes and Forks,
Powder and Shot,
Ladies and Gents Furnish
ing Goods of all kinds,
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
of all sizes,
Other Goods, too numner
ous to mention, which are
generally kept in a well sup
plied Variety Store.
I offer my GOODS at
prices as low as they can be
bought or sold-at the corner
of the Hotel.
March 25 18 tf.
BlY MAYES & MARTIN,
AND FOR SA LE
CHEAP FOR CASH I
60 Coils- of Rope,
20 Bales of Bagging, and
No. 1 Twine;s
10 Hhds. Extra Baltimore
500 Lbs. Sugar Cured
600 Lbs. No. 1 Leaf Lard,
2 Hhds. West India Mo
And many other Seasona
MAYES & MARTIN.
IAnnd 46 MGP~ tf.
In the matter of C. F. Waters-Ba.krupt.
By order of Henry Summer, Eaq., Degis
ter in Bankruptcy for this District, I w$ su
at Newberry C. f.,
Thursday, the 12th of Nov'ber meit,
The following tracts of Land, belong a
the estate of C. F. Waters, Bankrupt.
Tract No. 1.
Containing ninety..elgbt and six-tems
(98 6-10). acres, bouuded and burtling n
lands or Mrs. Helen. 'Neall, and G. C.
Tract No. 2.
Conta?ning forty-three and cne half (4)
acres, bounded and butting on tract No. 1.
G. & C. R. ft., Gaunt Street, and soad -bo.
ing fromUelena to Mrs. O'Neall's.
Tract No 3,
Containing two hundred and forty (MU)
acres. more or less, lying partly ip Now.
berry and partly in ;aurens. bpunded sad
butting on lands of D. V. Scurry, W.. 1.
Boyd, and otkers,
Al-o at the same time and place the fe4
lowing personal property:
One 4 horse Wagon,
A. 2 "
* doz. SiWer Spooid, and
One do- bie barrel Shot Gun.
Terms Cash-Purchasers to pay for staept
and papers. J. N MARI1S, ssignes.
Oct 21 43 4t.
Super Phosphate of
FOR COTTON, CORN, WIlE T anI et5
GRAIN CROPS, TOBACCO, VEG
TABLE CROPS, &c.
Contains snfScient stimulating- Ammoqe.
acal Aniial Matter to produce rapid gro*
and to insure the complete appropriation by
the plant of .he Phocphates and. other in
gredients in the fortilizer, sithout exhaw..
ing the soil. It does not burn the crops
during drouth like Peruvian Guano,.,r lo"
it? strength by .the volatilization at the sw
All its eonstituents, excepting the Sol.
phuric Acid, being from Bones, Blood,
Flesh and other unimal sources, and no
from Mineral Phosphates, or Mineral ?hos.
phatie Guano, as in the case with most of
the Super-phosphates, it is is a esditio *u
become quickly soluble in, the soil,. ad
available as food for plants.
Wart anted free from adulterations, ade
For sale by MAYES & MART=
aug 26 35 Agents at Newbersy,
The undersigned are prepared to
ini eve'ry desirable kind of' policy
310ST LIBER AL TEBM&
Tnformation furnished free of charp.
SJI.A~S JOHINSTONE & Wx. F. NANCI,
Jif idi nsurance Agnb.
Aug. 12 83 tf.
The HIGHEST PRICE paid for Old Cags
delbvered to the sulbt-iber, who will inl
this a permanuteetreaiture in his business.
Store opposite Wiskeman &
J. W. MILLER, Agt.
Sept. 2 30 tf
Guillett's Patent Steel Bru*k
COT FON ginined on t.his GIN sold- fi
Charleston last season, at one to- two cena
per pound more than the sa.;:e clasaof Goe
ton ginned on the or'diniary Gine of .tie
country. This statement is certified by
twenty-five of the principal Factors and
Buyers in Charleston. Price, Six Dollars
pet Saiw, for Cash or City Acceptaace.
Send for a Circular C. GR AVELEY,
No. 52 East Bay, South of old Peat Ome%
Charleston, S. C.
BRINLEY'S PATENT LU
And a lull Stock of U ARDWARaa
AGICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS for siue
low-whole.eale nnd retail.
Sep. 9 37 2m
I will have Fresh Fish
To-daiy, WVednesda.v, the ';tit%
Black Fish, Whiting, Milets E'as, h&.
And after this day the publie will be sup-.
plied with the above delicacy every Friday,
until cold weather, when Fish carn be ob
tained three times a week.
I have also made arrangements to pt
Fresh Oysters, open and in the shelt, also
Lobsters,. Shrimp's &c.
oct 741 A.IHA RRIS,
John P. Buzzard, Bankrupt.
The second meeting of creditors in this
case will be held before Henry Summer,
Register, at Newberry C. H., on Saturdaya,
31st October, 1868
By order of Judge Geo. S. Brya.
JAS. A. CRotWELL,
October I4 3 Assignee.
All the uegatives. some eight hundred or
more, made by us at Newberry, we have dis
posed of to Mr. W. HI. Wiseman, Pboten,
grapher of this place, and those who desire
copies from the same can obtain them from
Mr. Wiseman, at 50 cents per copy.
WREN & WHEELER.
October 14 Photographers.
During my absence from Neuberry, Wr,
E. HI. Christian will aet as my agent.
Oct. 21, 43 3t JOHN WV. GRIERSON.
St.amps & Stamped Eavelops.
Stamps and Stamped Envelopes can wea
behad in any quantities for casb, at I