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the person who buried a child lately, on
G . gton's lot In Rosemont Ceme
wsy is r:equested to remove the body. If
not removed soon it will be, by order of the
Trustees. A. Cr GARLINGTON.
"The Iarm A Garden"
b t oaly Agricultural Paper published
I both Caroiina,
It is publisbed in magasine form, and is
mt with~ excelient agricultural reading
-Tt eaters upon its fourth volume on the
. - Ma day of January, 189.
Subscribe at once for it;-Price bat one
doria, a year.
Try itat least for six months;-only 50
e en copies ten cents.
I arrangements made with extensive
dverdsers, and clubs.
Mires JASE. JAQOBS & Co.,
a CHnton, S.e.
f n the District Court of the
=TED SyTES. for South Carolina Oct.
1 3ttl matter of John P. AnUl
eof wbry Coetr-Bankrupt. Petition
r T.1 and f#nsl dtsch in Bankruptcy.
Ordered. that a hearingbe had on the 18th
iq of December, 1868, at Federal Court
House In Columbia,S. C.; and that all cred'
Sors, Ic., of said Bankrupt appear at said
. e and place, and shew cause, if any they
yl ~ why the ye of the Petitioner sbould
be gran .And that the 2nd and 3d
~'mes@gs of erdttors of said Bankrupt will
bbrti at the office of Henry Summer, Esq.,
gier of third(3) Co kimal Disbf t,
L- C.,oe*1dth .day of ber, 18M at
order of the Court, the 19th day of No.
Clsrk District Court United States,
Nov. 25 48 3t. For South Carolina.
.Distrct (ourt of the United States.
Jar the District of South Carolina. In
Bsnkruptey. In the matter of J. G.
Li rd Bakrnpt
By whom a petition for adjudication of
.wnjarvptcy was fled on the 16th day of
rvember, A, D., 1868,in said Court.
This is to gire nutice that on the 20th day
- Nov'r, 1868, a warrant of Bankruptcy
was issued against the Estate of JaG. Lip
Iosd, otchappe's depot, Newberry District;
Sate of South Carolina who has been ad
- a bankrupt on. his own petition:
t the payment of any debts and the de
Me.Mf.ay -property belonging to said
.,Bgnkpt; tohit, or for his use, and the
:w tskseoef any property by him, are for
bidden by law ; and that a meeting of the
ereditors of said Bankrupt, to prove their
debt, and to choose one or more Assignees
of.hir estate,wi be held at a Court of Bank.
to be holden at Newberry Court
arolina, before Henry Sum
bee, $eq., '- er, on the 9th day of
December, A. 1)., 1868, at 12 o'clock M.
J. P. H. EPPING,
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
by A. P. Pama,
Nov 25 St. Deputy Messenger.
In t6 'Didriet Court of the
UNIT"b STATS, for South Carolina. Oct.
1'erai_ 1868. In the matter of Wade H.
-mzler-Baskrnpt. Petition for Full and
~ r~iDischarge it Bankruptcy.
O' dered, that a hearing'be had on the 15th
Jay .Rec, 1868, at Federal Q.ourt House in
S.o u.; and- that all creditors, &c.,
s ad ' nakrupt appear at said time and
ple ae cause, ir any they c.in,
4kyhisyer of the Petitioner as.ould not
1.s grante Aad that the 2nd and 3d meet
Ing of Creditora.pf said Bankrupt will be
hel~di Iheenist Henar Buin'er, l.sg.,
XRegiter of(SM) third Conigresioral D)is
tvrct, S. C,~ on' the ;n day o,f Dec. 1868, at
:-. Dy oedef the Court, the l'.th day of
-.a DAmIEL HORLB3ECK,
Cek -DiatL!otet liMited S:ato.
Nov. 25 48 St. ~For South Caroline.
-Distrittourt of the United State.
* Wr ga DiU!MnEt South Caroinha. In flank
epteq. Is the matter of John Mayer-Banik
-'whosa It may c.meern The undersigned
nomu lee of his appoit.nentas As,
~Ct.ait oJohn Mayer, of the dist.
an tteo outi' Carolina, with
said gl.-hs5 beeq adljudzed a bank
p~own pettb#P the district court
* rit.1Dad 25th ay of Nov A .D.,
- .m,b.DOMINICK, Assignee.
',. tne oEaa orderftom John T. Peter.
sen, Probate Judge, I will sell on the first
inay~ December next, before the Court
~4 o , within the legal Ianaof sale.
trcof land, situated Newbe'ry
aaA bee~h5nded -on alt aides by .he
Jeceeasaed m contaIns forty
* ' ess par ofthe real estate
Tesswa +,The pureet give bend wI&
'WwpFOisureties n-muor of the
'~ hunOt the first dbfei next.
* ~ ~itwbehmust be paId in cash. e5
.vir. ytaees3ndsbt of iern Facias to
* mdlecte, I wRi sell onthe first Monday
-a December next;satNewberry C. H., the
UFr h and i aceso land,
sedon at the suit ofThomas ERlisor,
al,.W.RE anad boaded by
jib.ief4h 1lP Kinard, D.W. B. UcKeI
.,.Abtwohudred and salty aces, mee
of theses Enaet. a!. vs. George A.
- Rise Mr e bounded
b..End. efMesA iiAbos V.F. Peterson,
* e a. Ievedonat the suit of John Endd,
-.m'r, v.. .Chppen,. 13
~As,omneo. llour MRi, in the district
of near LegIvel. Ievied on
saeit%l EU ,e.al. vs. Ja
deb L.Au. '13I
- Aas12 se more or less, bounded by
'Stede of Ie:d aler, Patrick P. Sullivan,
--at. a!. Letisd on at the suit of Thomtas El..
3or, at. Wa. kdges. 03
'.-AisoTr-:, , contaiig 117 acrest.
ror nass ane by tract No. 1. and
ratNe. -3, conanng
,bnedby lands of
~'~.toa,waters of Bush River and
utaat.23. Leeledon $tbe suit of T. K.
%slag,fra r -. estate of James
.sol bsamde1 the town of New
- eentainMgt ane. more or less,
bonnema-- laedeW. K. Grimu, Main
. bteet a I .SnerTnurch. Also one:
-ditnrest Ia36 15-100 aces in one mile
of town and bounded 'by lands of Alonso
White, James K. Baxter. the Lutheran Col,
et ir-astdehat he uitof E. P.
= o Use acres more or less. bounded by
er,o Jeank0eok, near Frog Level, levied
a% he the State for Taxes, vs.
Alotwo and sixty4fonr acres,
more or lesdoended by kaisis ~of Thes.
Whituire asR2. Pbhr, and waters of Etn,
cree. Levied on at thisslt of the State for.
tage. vs. George B. Feeker.
ATso I will.zeell at the risk of t,bedbrmer
et aL the suitof john B. Moon
by next vs. Peter Moon.3
Also 1 2000 be. Seed Cotton, 100)
bushels Corn, M1 bushels Cotton Seed.
.viedfon it the suit- ol Elizabeth A. Big.
gins, 7a J..iApford*.5
boy 16 -.. T. N. PAYSINGER, s. N. c.
P. S. No longer time for Tax payers.
9*Ch'arleston, S. C.
BGARij'PER DAY, $3.00.
Su.R autl 4et, rs roietress.
[For the Herald]
Ma. EDITOR-I sometimes think of ad
vertising in your paper, but then agait
when I take the paper up to get some idea
bow an advertisement ought to be writter
I am dumb founded at sight of the big no
tie.es contained therein, and am almost in
clined to do as I once heard of a poor mat
doing, namely, picking out one of the most
conspicuous advertisements and persuadinp
you to let me put just beneath it "MI
TOO," and. signing my name. Then agair
I've heard it said, advertising is the sure
road to fortune, and as I am in need of e
small one at least, I thought I'd try all
means of getting it.
Just received 150 lbs. of Candy, Lest
make and all flavors, which I will sell al
prices, according to quantity, ranging frorr
30 to 50 ets per pound. Ginger snaps, gin
ger nuts, sugar cakes and soda crackers
Jellies of all kinds put up in beautiful gob
lets, fresh fruits pqt up in cans, also oysters
and tomatoes put up in the same way, best
brands of -erars, genuine Durham mustard,
superior Italian maccaroni, drums of figs
fresh lemons, saln:on in cans, pipes rangmn
in price from 5 to 75 ets. The above goods
have just been received. I also have cu
cumber pickles, which I get by the barrel
and sell at $1 per gallon, a gallon holding
upwards of fifty pickles. Also a few arti
vies in the dry goods line, they are choice
goods, and in consequence of being bought
at auction can be sold extremely iow. Gro
ceries of all. descriptions, also tin-ware.
Also received a choice lot of Floride
Oranges. Also to be received this weei
large, fine Northern Apples.
I will say to my friends and the public it
general,-if you don't see in this notice what
you want, just pick out the most attractive
advertisement in the Newberry Herald, and
inagine.you see at the foot of it, "Me too
only on a smaller scale."
nov 18 L. R. MARSHALL.
WATER! WATER! WATER
Joseph Stowe, from Concord, North Caro
lina, intends to be in Newberry with his
celebrated Well boring implement in aboul
eight or ten days. I can bore a better well
with my augur than any other in the South
era States. My wells are twelve inches in
diameter, and all other wells that I know of
are only eight inches in diameter. The
bored wells need no recommendation, they
are an established fact, having been in use
in this part of North Carolina, and in some
parts of South Carolina, for twelve or fifteen
years,_ and are still .gaining favor wherever
they are introduced. I % ill give a few of
the advantages they have over the common
First and most important, they will sup
ply a more pure and better water than the
common well, as they cut off all the surface
water ; the water of a bored well has to en
ter at the bottom of the well and if there is
pore water you will get it, as no surface
water can enter the well. The next adyan
tage they have is in being less expensive
than the common well, in some. localities
they are four or five times cheaper than the
common well; they are also superior to the
common well as they require no cleaning
out, as no Frog, Toad, Snake, or any other
reptile Cain get into them ; you can keel
th(m as tight as a barrel, and keep out all
te tras.h and filth which is liable to be
blown in by the winds and other causes, in
the fall ar d winter season. There are seve
ral other advantages they possess over the
ommon well, 'but I will only mention one4
other, they are almost equal to the best
ping a< the wrater that is dran n out is al
ways fresh fromn the bottom of thze well.
As I can~not remain long in Newberry,
manv.. persona requiring a well will mauch
ablige by leavingr their names at the New
berry Herald office, nad the.y will huave
theml bored int the order they have thaeir
Kames. -JOS.II STO WE.
Nov. 4 45 tf.
Change of Schedule,
ON TilE S. & U. RAIL ROAD.
On and after2nd November 1868. the pas
senger tramn will leave Spartanburg Court
ouse, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
says at 7 a. in., and arrive at Alston at 1.30
p. n., conueting with the Greenville down
ra, and trains for Charlotte and Charles
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,
the up passenger train connecting wi:h the
Greenville up trains, wlileave Alston at
a. n., and arrive at Spartanburg Court
House at 3 20 p. in, as per following sched.
DOE TRAIN. UP TRAIN.
Spartanburg, 00.00 0 7.00 3 20 I 00 00
Paolet, 7451 7.48 1232 I 2.32
Ionesville, 8 251 8 30 1 50 11.55
Unionville, 9.151 9.49 12.40 I1.(4
Santuc, 10 16 I 10.21 12 03 12C0E
Shelton, 11.10 I 11 12 I11.06 I11 06
Lyles Ford, .11.38 11 38 103 39 10.42
trother, 12.021 1205 -10 1PI 10,1U
Altn .0 3 00 I00.00- 9.0(
THOMAS B. JErE R, President.
Nov. 11th, 1868,
'. Pomaria Nurseries.
The Pomaria Nurseries have been gety im.
pod, and the undersigned has the of
a~lgto his patrons the best C DOf
rrait Tesever .rwnin this climate. Apples
nd pesebe sIUUSI adapted to the olimnate:
fom the ealetto the latest. A rie.Plums,
Ietrnes Ce IuIn great . Alods,
lunees, Fs O7aae N4rs, Filberts,
bwng Mulberries. Oif Pears, the betand
mst varied collection ever offered in the Southk
among them the Hebe. a large winter pear,
eulto Ducheuse D'Angouleme in size.' Stan
daeand Dwarts can be furnished from 2yea
old, to bearing size.
Grapes in great variety, including all the besi
new table -varieties, with thoe for vineyards.
Also Lutterloek's, True Scuppernong, and the
Flowers, much prized with the Scuppernong,
Of Evergreens, a large and most varied collee
ticn, embracing every desirable varlety-many
particlarly aptdto Cemeteries.
Roses-All thAavarieties, with the nev
rench Imottons, all grown on their ow'
roots. Dala,the mueat colors, and muost per.
ft French eryvariety. Gladiolus-mn
superb kinds. TBoses, Cryatbemnums
everything desirable in the way of Ornamental
Flowering Shrubs, &c. A new Catalogue will
soon be ready for distribution. Persona ordering
will please lurwt to WR. SUMIE . Agent.
go,. 68-4m. Pomaria, S. C.
The undersigned will commence hil
School on MONDAY, the 16th inst.
Terms per month, payable in advance.
Reading, writing and Arithmetic, $2,5l
Ordinary" English, (including the
above,) Modern Geography, English
Grammar, Hito, nd 35
No Incidental Fees.
An opportunity will be afforded to Stud2
Modern Languages and BookaKeeping.
A. P. PIFER.
Nov. 11 46 tf.
Notiee Is hereby given that all pros indebt
ed to the estate of Capt.,ere pig deceaed
are required to make paymen imeitly, and
uit perons having demands against said estati
will render them mn properly attested on or be
fore the tenth day or December next
8. 8. SIEG, Administrator.
Kov. 1. 47 4t.
60 .Barrels Lime,
On hand and fo'r sale by
MAYERM & M1ARTTIN,..
L. P. W. RISER,
Respectfully informs the citizens of Mollo
hon and country generally, that he has on I
hand at his store, a well selected stock of
goods, embracing all 'articles usually kept
in a country store, such as
Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions,
From a neck ribbon to a hoop skirt for the
ladies, a paper collar to a pair of spurs for
gentlemen, a mackerel to a side of bacon,
and a jews harp to a tin cup or side of sole
leather, for everybody, all of which having
no use for ex, ept for trade, and to keep the
pot bolling. he will dispose of
At such prices as will suit
the dear people.
Besides the above he has a large lot of
LEATER which will be bartered for hides,
or sold for cash. The highest price will be
paid for good dry Hides.
If you want cheap and good articles cal'
immediately if not sooner, on
L. P. W. RISER,
nov 4 45 tf Liberty Hall.
. In Columbia, of
R. & W, C, SVAFFIELD,
They Sell the
THE BEST MADE, AND
Most Durable Clothing
in the State.
ALL THE LATEST
STYLES OF HATS.
CLOTHING MADE TO
Oct 28 44 10t
ELEtLNT FILL STOCK
The subscribers are receiving their a
Fall and Winter Stock~ of1
(whlich n il be complete this week) and
cornpIise ev'erythaing in ~heir line known
to the trade, in.
Dress $oods, Onlicoes
Trimmings, Fancy Articles
*White Goods, Homes~puns
Heavy Goods, Blankets e
Toilet Articles, &c., &c.
Our Stock is of the fullest description,
and has been selected with the greatest
care. We ask an emamination of our
Stock, feeling satisfied that it will give
plcasure to alL -
EATHIAS BARRE &SON.
Sept 28 tf
NOTICE TO PLANTEES.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
THE HIGHLY SATISFACTORY AND
remarkable effects of this Guano in produ
ci'ng very largely increased crops of Cotton,
ICorn and other staple crops, has attracted
the general attention of plsuters and farm. e
ers. In order to confirm public confidence
in the continued excellence of this Guano
and avail of the best scientific ability in the
prosecution of this important business, the _
Pacific Guano Company has consummated
a professional engagement with Dr. St. Ju
lian Ravenel, of Charleston, S. C., as scien
t!6ec adviser and consulting Chemist to the
Company. ' Dr. Ravenel is conversant with
the composition and qualities of the Guano, a
as well as with the character, policy and us- e
usual resources of the Pacific Guano Com-.
pany, and will communicate full informa
tion on these points to planters who may
call on him, or address him by letter at
Charleston, S. C.
JNo. S. REESE & CO., General Ag'ts.
Pacific Guano Company, Baltimore, Md.
J. N. ROBSON,.
Ag't for South Carolina, Charleston, S. C.
Nov. 4 45 4t..
Th esnwho found a roll of money
consisting of 14 five dollar bills, which was
dropped at some point between the Court
House and the Jail, and the residene of E.
P. Lake, Esq., on Wednesday, the 4th.inst.,
is requested to return t,he sanme to the sub
scriber at once. No questions will be
asked,-but should a satisfactory explana
tion he ,made, a liberal reward will be given
to the finder.
Nov. 11 45 tf.~ THOS. M. LAKE.
The House and lot in the town of New-1
berry at present occupied by Dr. J. D. I
Oct 21 43 1 mo. JOHN A. CHAPMAN.
ILE8 SOIIDA SOHNAPS,
Blt|Ied 'floes and LiqUOr81
A supply of these justly celebrated goods
for me.dicinal and private use, just received
by the undersigned Agents for Newberry.
sMITH & CHRIsTIAN.
Nov. 4 45 2mo's.
BThe undersigned are Agents for the sale of
Gower, Cox, Markiey & Co's,
- Celebrated Wagons.
Manufactured at Greenville, s. C.
All orders for One, Two, Three or Four
Horse, Iron Axle Wagons, will be afomptly
I flled. CARWIE & McCAUGHRIN.
1Nov. 11th. 1868.
And Shoe Store.
BRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE,
Newberry C. H., S. C.
lave on hand a large and well selected
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
IENS' 1IJF, KIP & STOGA
lso a fine assortment of
Youth's & Boys Boots,
.A large and selected assortment of
ADIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT AND SERGE
3ALMORALS 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
Buy the Best !
We now have on hand the followin~g pop
lr styles of Ladies and Mlsses boop sktirts:
he Dew Drop,
- Favorite, .
Reception PDemi Q e,
fhe Duplex Elliptic Is a.greal favowite with
e ladlies, and is noiiversally re amrended
the~ Fashion Magazines as he 'standard
~irt of the fashionauble world.
To enjoy the following Inestimable advan
ges viz:.Superior quality, perfect shape.
iish, flexibilty, duzrnbility, cofort and
conomy. Buy rhe best.
MA rIAS BARRE & SON.
Sept. 23 39 tf.
Special to Dealers.
We are the autherized agents forMhe sale
ew York Bagging [Double Anchor-Brand)
The best patterns of.Cotton Ties,
nported Wines and Liquors,
Winchester Repeating Arms,
And Sporting Goods generally.'
The -Trade can be suppiled by-us at Man
facturers and Importers prices.
81lA8 JOHSTONE & IWi.. ANM,
Notice to Farmers.
We are prepared to fill orders for
ad all the popular Fertilizers at the short
t notice, and the lowest market price.
MATES & MARTIN.
Sep. 16 88 if.
[OW READY FOR TEE FALL
A lot of COOKING and HEATING
TO VES of various sizes and most approved
atterns, now in store and for sale cheap
y. W. T. WRIGHT.
sep. 30 40 if.
lOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
A very varge assortmect of homne-made
d ')apaned and pressed Tin-ware, with
any other articles of house furnishing
;oods at wholesale and retail. Cheap by
sep. 30 40 tf. W. T. WRIGHT.
All persons indebted to the Estate of
'omas W. Holloway and of Holloway &
olk Bankrpt, are notified that unless
ayeitIsnd by the firstda of Tanuary
iext, their notes and accounts w1l be pae
the hands of an Attorney for collection.
HAYNE D. REID,
Oct. 28 44 4t. Assignee.
1 75 per month to sell the NATIONAL
~his achine is equal to the st.andard machines
every respect and is 4o at te Eo Nrc of
|INE CO., Pittsburgh, Pa.
June 24 26w.
The Immigration Society of Newberry is
iow in successful operation and has opened
n office at Newberry. .Mr. F. W. Brugge
nann has been appointed their Agent, who
nay be found over the Law Office of J. MI.
3axter, Esq., to whom all per.eons desirous
)f procuring foreign labor are requested to
ipply, at as early a day as practicable, as he
ili take pleasure in furnishing them :with
,1 the information they enay desire. --
T. S. BOINEST, President.
Ynov 11 46 2 mos
Wx. H. rTT, IOBT. H. LAND,
Augusta, G;a. Formerly of Newberry, S.C.
1V1I, II, TUTT & LAND,
Importers and Jobbers
Paints, Oils, Window
Glass, Dye Stuffs, &
264 BROAD STREET,
have now in store a very large
and select Stock, well adapted to
the wants of Merchants, Physi
cians and Planters, which they of
fer at a very small advance on
cost of importation and manufac
turer's prices. Merchants are in
vited to call and examine our stock,
the prices they will find as low as
in any city South of New York.
Win. B. TUTT & LAND.
Oct. 28 44 3mo.
Direct Steam Communication
between Charleston and
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAM"
SHIP LINE, composed of the First Class Iron
Steamers GOLDEN HORN, 1188 tons, H. C.
BOSPHORUS, 950 tons, J. MUBRLL, Com
MARMORA, 940 tons, F. MUBaELL Commander.
Days of sailing from Charleston let and 15th
Df each month, as F',llows:
GOLDEN HORN.......15th November.
EOSFHORUS.......................1 t December.
31A RMOR A..........................15th December.
Arrangements having been made with the
South Carolina and other Railroad Companies
for the prompt forwarding of through freight,
shippers of Cotton from the Interior may rely on
the utmost di atch.
Cotton eonsined to the undersigned for ship
ment by this line will be forwarded free of com
dssion, actual exoenses only added.
ROBERtT 3IURE & CO.. Agents.
Oct. 28 44 Imo. Cbarleston, S. C.
Robert Mure & Co.
Charleston, S. C.
Agents Charleston and Liverpool
Advances made on shipments of Cotton,
Rice, and Naval Sto:cs to Foreign and Do
Oct 28 44 Imo.
r . .BrODI, R. E. HUDGI, H. C. HUDGISS.
BRODJE & CO.
CMMISSION MERCH ANT S,
North Atlantic Wharf,
Liberal Advances on Consignments in hand.
Messrs. Cameron, Jaraley & Co., Charleston,
Sarestn n 1. .eter q, Fre' S & U RR
Union ; Hon Jas. Farrow, Spartanburg ; and
lon B. F, Cray ton, Anderson.
MADE ON COTTON.
I would inform the nierchants and plant
rs of Newberry and the icinity, that I am
preparedl o advance on all cotton shipped
to my friends in Charleston,
Hfesrs. Cohen, Hanckel & Co.,
nd will guarantee prompt returns on the
Believing that I anm in a position to afford
ts ampile facilities as any one else, to par
ties shipping cotton, and wishing to hold
r sell immediately, I would respectfully
solicit a share of your patronage.
WVill be found at the store of W. T. Tar
rant. J. N. FOWLES.
sep, 30 40 Cmos.
Ewan N. TIURs-roN. C. R. HoI.MEs..
TKURSTON & HULMES,
ADJER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHARLES TON, s. C.
iberal cash advances made on consign
nents of Cotton and other prod.uce.
sept 30 6m
W. C. Courtney & Co.,
No. 9 B4OYCE'S WHABF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
W. C. Courtney,
las. S. Murdoch. ~ sept 9 6mn
JAMES M. CALD WELL & SONS,
COT TON FACTORS,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
Advances made on consignments. Refer
those who wish information to Col. D. L.
biKay, President of the People's National
Bank, Charleston, S. C.
Sep 9 37 6m.
When you want PICTURB~S to
call at my Gallery over Mower's
store. I am here all the while, and
putting up the right kind of Photo
graphs, Ambrotypes, &c.. at low
prices. We charge nothing for look
ing, and not much for a picture.
Also a nice lot of Albums and -Pins
for putting pictures in.
Jl15 W. I. WISEMAN.
Alpersons indebted to the Estate of
Capt. W. P. Cromer, are requested to
come forward and make payment by
the 1st day of January next,, or they
will find their notes and accounts in the
hands of an Attorney for collection.
T. HI. CROMER, Mmw'z,
Nov. 10th 18%8 Gt.
BY MAYES & MARTIN,
AND FOR SALE
CHEAP FOR CASHI
60 Coils of Rope,
20 Bales of Bagging, and
No. 1 Twine ;
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.
August 26 35 tf.
Fall and Winter.
The subscriber has received and offers for
sale a good assortment of Fail and Winter
Goods, 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
ing Goods of all kinds,
Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
of all sizes,
Other Goods, too numer
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 13 tf.
THE GREAT SOUTHERN TONIC
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.
Charleston, S. C.
september 2 86 ly.
WM. F. NANCE,
Our correspondents are among the best
commercial houses in all of the A tlantic Ci
tie s a n d L i FvBr p solL.D , n
cats guaranitee prompt and satisfactory re
Charleston, S. C.
M. P. Albriton, Again!
My Sp*m of Quick SaIen
and Tri,Weekry arrivals of Fresh Coodir,,
places me in a position to give my custom
ers cheaper goods than ever.
I am doing a rapidly increas
ing business,- -
but desire to add to It. Every buyer who
comes to my store, will leave, saying, I
have bought cbeap goods. I will not attemp
to enumerate any article, a mere glance ic to,
my Large Store House, will satisfy any person,
that my house Is full in every line of goods
that are needed for the trade. Both by
wholesale and retail.
Oct. 28 44 tf
Super Phosphate of
FOR COTT&, CORN, WHRAT an I'other
GRAIN CROPS, TOBACCO, VFGE
T A BLE CROPS, &c.
Contains sufficient stimulating Ammoni.
acal Animal Matter to produce rapid g*owth,
and to insure the complete appropriation by
the plant of. t,he Pho,phates and other in
gredients in,the fertilizer, without exhaust
ing the soil. It does not burn the crops
during drouth like. Peruvian Guano, or lose
its strength by the volatilizition of the am
All its constituents,. ewcepting the Sul
phuric Acid, being from. Bne.s, Bido,
Flesh and other animal sources, and, aeA
from Mineral Phosphates, or Mineral Phg*.
phatic Guano, as in the case with most of
the Super-phosphates, it is in a conditiop to.
become quickly soluble in, the so'l and
available as food for plants..
Wart anted free from: adwgiterationus and of;
For satle by MAYES & MART12I
aug 26 35 Agens.s at Ne.wberry.
The undersigned are prepared to
A ssur e Li vd...
in every desirable kind of polley'
3M0ST LIBERAL TERMS&
Information furnished free of charge.
SII.AS JOHl NSTONE & Wx. P. NA NCR,
Life Insrangs Agents.
Aug. 12 33 tf.
The HIGHEST PRICE paid for Old Ruga
delvered to the subscribenx who will make
this a permanent featuo l hi ks busines.
Store opposite. Wiskeman &
J. W. MILLER, Agt..
Sept. 286 tf
Are now receiving their large
and handsome stoek of
DRY GOOD & GROCERIES,
AT PRICES TO SUIT THK
Can Fruits, Pickles, Sardines:
All persons indebted to the estate-eotsaals&
Hughey, deceased, are hereby no~I&Sd that
they must make payment of th, same to wg
attorneys, Fair: Pope a Pope, at Newberry
0. H., S. C., andi all those toj whom Daniel
Hughey, deceased, was indebted in his- life,
time, by note or otherwise, will present the
same properly attested, ou or before the 1st
day of Febrary 1869, to my said attorn,s
Nov 11 45 tf
The Winsboro News will please copy ALr 3
month and send bill for the same to my at4
torneys, Fair, Pope & Pope, Newberry C. ks.,
I forewarn all persons from fishing, hunt.
ing or passing through either of my plant,
ations. JACOB SETZLFA~