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n , t me
ad 1mkinn New ar's
e E I up.
whom he Battered himse e
He felt th ! a*was'irresstible t
" daggliayht* u,t ia War par
t'cnla-isaneO hB as confiden
D"eat ea aecomplished- a eon
< ebe -tow-eruel to the
t s et withi h&i wgiied ,to be
geitan oer his dbsence, le:
ngeoile cf ' up on h er :g ain after. th e
nowe ear was a week or. so old.
-"IV . 4 .kaat Igp tbe sur
prise and joy she would evinces on
diecovering who her caller was, be
ed from giving his eame to
- who Jnsnee( his
" i $strueld l,,e ta tgl
iss -that a very particular
friend desiied an interview. :e
r iarl and
b eT6ehaeleyoung lady,
bom he supposed to be rapi4y
approachinggilkln -16hiis ac
- count, ete d, .
She paused dr t.e thresioi4
.tassed. He ef
pected tbat, buU ,otrry to bia
expectations, rioAnsh.of emotion,
-:0 =la recognition, eten
ed her countenance
't eu eemenber me ?"
Oa' , petting on-, the smile
he.had imagiaed had melt
- yang anO suspeptible
6 , 1 t jr rs imening.
)W ow i aliedO aJasy ew
With -SIP a r
h, yes," said tb young 14dj
Aidn't .appear in. the least
cru ed .X the recollectiQ. "I
.a .fae did" look
Don't you- remimbet my
- gired the hesy crer
9 an4e rin.
"s o ta.'sai the
ld with a pn;led' smile. 'It
. ~Aiy ada~m,.
.ar krngto me,
di qini. i kn
8 , Ny id,'E- the
- ento say.3 St?ange
- e.name shiaald .have es
? yo ...I was think
ing of it, just before you rang.
ttelane whtit is. I shall
fi fthin 'A minute. Really,
h4is is quite mortifying ; what has
bp eo n expory?" gud she
tohfhe prit~f litte foot i
tioe thme carpet.
e,' tvhoSe mortifi-ea
tion was rapidlyinrang
3~J ell, just a little. Isho.uld
think of-igour namei in a minute
the fast in inhe
SenT;_%41ep .AtM4 I -garry
-o nmy shouldera?~ queried Head.
A moment's puzzled relcin
then her face brightenedjjp, she
* *advanmeed toward him niwth ott
strtehed band an<i cordially ex
A r Sqgash,~ how do y ui
Anuftioneer on the liloek , shoats
Bring ft~h vorse !" Enter
two attendamtes . ~ig or rather
ag e lspidated equine
- two weak an4 queiated
- .'~ly walk -ii' without assis
* ~ -ke has a head like a bass
a~ii baelkbaoe-is too sharpNfr
a e ckielkens to roost .on, and not
o penp*gl in his taitio andk. a
-Thiere jarei hices
za watermelons on his knees,
Qber a s side to esiy
Aueitioneer,-"Ah ! gentlemen,
hebre we have a fine specimen of
ap.ible animal, the horse. I1
sometimes think that the horse is
h prpy reisted to maa.- [By-~
zt*it~z-~ by-horse is a devilish
o ~.the dog, that of the horse far,
airpasses. it. Look at him. See
how he pleads for sympathy, [By
stander-'Pleads .for oats,~-more
like.'] WMangsballlIbear for this
noble animal. [Rude boy-'Hear
-~tie bells tolling itn a day or two.']
A.direct descendant from Bucepha
11s; he was sired by Lexington,
Kentucky, and dammed by [Bly
stander-'Every body that h as!
owned .him.'] his maternal an ces
tor. Come, gentlemen, make a
bid. -if you want a family horse,
of a gentle anid affectionate dis
poition,"not disposed to run away,
[Bystander, 'Or walk away either.']
this.inyonr animal. Any gentle
man, by leaving a deposit of five1
d.laras tr snearity nominsk fanni
try -['For 9O
greas. e s warranted not to
w ite in ble,
st )r it n the
d- o in. or
oubl E+ iould
o - it horsm om each
de t hi ] men,
I h o : If n't
want him now, you could eamily
horse in the next war. He may
a horse. [Bystander--'Yes, the
kkock-kn'ee ptus ultra,'] What' am
A voice-"Seventy-five cents."
The bidder cries "sold," and then
all the people raise up their yoices
Rev. Dye, of Fairfield. county,
CoQ.gecteu ,,. s .t -A- a eRIi n g
6reh?fe t Ohio, -nionted
efl tall, ank, lean, Taw-boned
animal (a ok frame twbuild a
hore on.) He came to the junc
46n of-two-roAds, and, not know
g ch suig&l_ead :la'to his
destination, asked a.'agged, dirty-4
looking urchin which of the two
road6 1trid'lead him to W-,
boy a rQg ad-couti
manner, says, "Who the hell are
Dye -being greatly aston'ished,
both atjtihe. ehild'8 incivility and
profanity, replied, "My son, I am
a follower of the Lord."
~' r of.the .lrd; eh ?
k es d- i litle- differ
ence which road you take, for
vou'll nev cateh bin -with that.
At onetiime a woman eould hardly.
wa}k v h ih the streets of San
Francis ibo o having eve
one pause to gaze.an heit;a a child
was so nare thet ooce at a theatre
in the sa'e ety, where, a' wornu
had taken her infsnt, ywn it b64
gan t.o cry, just as the orchestra be
began t9 play, a man intle'pit cried
baby cry, I haven't Illard such a.
sound for ten yearp." The audience
applauded tthis sentimeodt; t-he
orchestra stopped, atd Ftbe baby
estrifriW pedl-manee amid
un bounded enthusia'sin.
There is a.good stogy told of a
Freneb auditer 9if acc.ounts, who
besides b>eing~a grealt pTactical jo
ker all his life, played a'triek after
he bad lost the powd Zf' enjoying
it. He left four lar'g Ganiles to
be carried at-his flmeiag and they
had not been burning ftftee'n min
utes before they irint' of' as fire.
RATES OF ADYERtTISNIYr -W YosK.
-Compadis are smierjade by
business tiren as to ehages iide or aid
vertising. .AhafthQug (arE: rates
InNteiJAw'N Tn'biine 4 cent%
per line for each inserCod!.i'g,hth page
-30 per line, each insef&4ng Business
notices-fourth page-84 cen.ts-per lit)e,
each insertion. Fanertypt and cuts
are c'iarged double rateti frsspacd ocol
pied. In the Weekly Tribune, rptes are.
$2 per line for each iuseitiob. mnd $3
per'ine for announcemeat. Th'e. other.
New York papezachyge thiewsam rates,
with the exceptioli 4f' th',1Her~ald . which
is 50 per centehighse.Th1'Nusiness
men of New York advertisa-.etijpsively
and consider even these a tes -:heap I
Compare these rates withe.th'e'iiees o(
advertisiegd.oe-' of 'the' ther cities
A good stay is 4tofd or-a bootblaek,
whose energies were. ,taged by the huge
shoes of a private, jiistreturned1 from theo
war. The little flew, kneeling down,
looked sverabi~s bh91eker to'.a comrade
and eszclaimedi %ed:me-some spit Jim;
'~A4 a reent baptsist ie the Platte
River, near Rochaester, .Miseud a man
named Stephens died.s.uddenly, as he
was being cai-ried up the banik. It is
supposed that be had the heart disease,.
rid w;.s fatally ebilled by .- complete
Punch s4iys: *Womnen are said t'o have
stronger attackin'ents thban men. It is
evinced in little tiuig*. .A man is often
attached to an old hat; but did yon ever
know'eof a iroman'ha.ving an -attachment
for an old bonnet ?" Echo answer,
"There is one 'kind o'ship T always
steer clear of." said an old bachelor sea
eaptnn; "and that's courtship, 'cause on
th.t ship, there's always too mates~ and
The remains of se.ven persons have
been found near a tavern in the vicinity
of Bunker. Ott4linos. It is suppdsed
tia~t the keepe, who was arrested, has
been murdering swests for years.
I will sell at the late residence of John L.
Glasgow, dec'd, on the 10th day of Decem
ber next, the following property, to wit :
5 fine Mules, and 1 fine Horse, 18 or
20 bead of fine Cattle, 6 -bead of fine
Sheep, 40 or 50 head of fine Hogs, Corn,
Fodder, Shucks and Peas, Cotton, and
Cotton Seed,. 1 four horse Wagon and
Harness, 1 two horse Wagon, 1 Buggy
and Harness, one double sett of Buggy
IHrness and Tongue, one sett Black
smith Tooks, 1 fine Watch, 1 fine Pistol,
1 Shot Gun, Plantation Tools, Household
and Kitchen Furniture, and many other
irticles too teaious to mention.
Terms of Sale:CUash.
FANNIE S. GlASGOW, Adm'x.
fl%t aMrfhJiat ,tiA nee=f Jate
WiLson, elder, dec'd on Thursday the ntli'
day of Decemnber next, all the personal
$roptr-4elonging to s6sb safe.of said
Sit.e . uait
S.~'in-Too1ls, &e., &e.
TerniCa.h. . J. B.-WILSON,
Nov. 25 48 '2. Adm'r.
In the Tist^ict C irt of the
UNLEI i1AR'E& br8bth Carnlina Oct
I'erm 1868 In the matter of John P. Aull
f %w*"er y CountyB'ankrnpt. -'Petition
1br "d1l and final discharge hi Barkruptey.
Ordered. that k hearing be bad on the 18th
day of December, 168; at Federal Court
House In Columbia. S. C ; and that all cred%
ftors, &c., of said Bankrttpt appear at said
igpeagd place, and shew cause, if any they
can,why the prayer of tbePetitioner abould
not bergrwwe. And-that the nd-and 3d
areei efprediors o ' id: $anrrept will
be'ie at the office of flenrv Summer, Esq.,.
'e$tif thirdt3) Jonpreecianal District,
A.aon. 45th dW of Defnsber, 4S at
- By tjir'6 84- CouetI9t 9lhida f o
- DANIEL RORLBECg,
- )timtrct Court United Stiess. -..
Nor. giM3. opStk AroUinb
N14c'eotrt -, the 'ited tate
F.r the District of South Carolina. In
Bankruptcy. In .the. matter, of J. G.
By. whom a petition for najudication of,
Ban.:Etpto was filed.on 'thes lAth day :of
'nvemheA.-D., 1868, in said Coirt.
This-isGo. ' n6tice tha on the 20th day
of Nov'r, 4 s. a -warrant of Bankruptcy
was issued against the Estate of J. G. Lip
T, of Ch ~ s depoi, Newerry District,
tfv I,buth CaroHua WhO -has been- ad
joiogd a baakrupt, on his bwn petition :
that the payment of any debts and the de
liverr of any property belonging to said
Bankrupt,; _to hin,or for his ust,, and the
trnnsfer of any property by him, are for
bidden by law. ;and t-at a. meeting of :the
creditors of said lBankrupt; to prove ther
deb spd to cboo6e orte cr more Assignees
of his estate, will be-hel$ata,fourt of Bank
ruptcy, to be holden at lewberry~ Court
House, South Carolina, bpfore Hen-y Sum
me 1sg., lqster, on the 9th day of
December, A. D 1868, at 12 o'clock M.
IT. S. Marshal as 3fessenger.
'ty A. P. PIFER,
. 25 St. Deputy Messenger.
In the District Couit ofjthe
UN*TND )E fumith :rims Oct.
Term, 186S. In the matter of Wade H.
Setzirr-B'ankrist. - Petition for Full and
Fipal Discharge in Bankrgptcy.
Oi-dered, tliit~a bearing be had on the 15th
day ofDe.168,at Federaf fourt House in
of said Banikrupt, appear at said time and
plece, asd jew ~aasse, if any they can,
w'yrtha prayer of the Petitioner should not
b' granted. And that the 2nd and.3d meet
lng of Creditors of Vaid Bankrupt will be
el4it.the office ,.o Seary Stuauner, ?u,q.,
gister of (3d) third Con esinal Dis
t ik6b'A We 18GB8 at
oi9r f'heCourt.'lie 17th ey of
D.4XIEL HOR LBECK,
Clerk District Court United 8Sates.
Noy.,25-48A3t. ' .Por Soutli-Carolina.
Distriet Court ofTteT-i~ted Statec.
For the Oiistrict -of South Carollos. In Bak
rupsey. Ia the matter of John MIayer-Duak
tobi I t ma oaeuThe undersigned
hereby gives no e afh up n1tient as As,
signee of the estate of Johbua. , of the dist.
of Lexington, and state of South Carolina, with
im maidksrict, whe las been- adjudged.a bank
r t ble-Wiiubythe 41kstict court
of s ,2. th dyof Non, A . D1.,
mes. IJ. .NouK , amsignee.
!%ov 2ra t.
I .Wd e8ll~ ,p>~lICe Aulctionl
Jnday #Me'ith <f .December next,
(13i) thirteen aid in $91f'aores,
Hel $iicnAe#-I tads of E. R
haIfichael Wezsts, Cd H. Beck~
Tcrmas Cash-Purchaser to pay
fer statmps ad 4Npr~ .
Nov. 18 47 3t.
The StMt of South Carolina.
By John T. P terson', Probate Judge of Nehw
Where,as. T bogas -Pilips ha.. applied tE
sie for -Istesa 'neVistration-, on atfaad
singular ILhe good. ai4hatsels,,right- mod'
credi4s of: Mary U. .Whitmire, late of the.
eUxaty afo'rsaid,e beased:
These are therefore to cite and admionish
all and aingular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before
me, at, o&erxet Probate Court for the
said County, to be ho'den at Newbewry Court
House, on -the. "th day of Dec., next, to
*hoir cause, if any, why the said Administe
tion shoulkiaot be grnted.
Giveunuder my ad and seal, 'this 23rd
day of Nov., in the year of our Lord one
thousand eight bundred and sixty-eght..
John T. Peterson, p.y. N..A~
Xov-. 25 485t.
iriR11 sell at the -riienee of
0. A. RutherfOrd, deceased,
On Wednesday, 9th .December
next, all the personal-preperty belonging to
the estate of said deceased, oousbting of
Corn and Fodder,
Cotton and Cotton Seed,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
CYRILLA BUTHRRFORD, Admx.
Terms cash nov 23 48 2t
Goodspeed's Fountain Pens.
Sixty lines written with one pen of Ink.
L'he fountain ha been attached to Good
peed's celebrated Golden Pen. Wvcrrant
d to be the best Fonmtain in the World.
Samiple sent for 10 ets., an assorted box for
.5 ets., or a full gross, post paid, for $3.00.
510 a day guaranteed to active agents.
Address, J. T. PRIOE & CO.,
.t u~ 44 I.-. nuwL Par - ow, v.
t h 6 a I1flor, mo
;oui oSbuth Carolia
d, sat d Dec ber next,
no C On erty
of dga sed eaupt, cosisiog oon
T~ et.t Qf LanDd
coetrinig241 a ,to-s drd acres, more
oF~efe, stuaed4 coaof "Newberry,
on *a :o(F a er #id Cannon creek,
and .#iati oF.th toii of D1
v&S ih; deceased, estate of.Nsid Stone;
deeased, estate of David DeWalt dece'd,
.William Long-ad Emanuel Livingston.
Also at the same time and place the per
sonal property of said bankrupt, consisting
2 Cows and.Calves,
Cattle, Hogs, Fowls,
350 Bashe's of Corn
7090 lbs. Fedde,
45 bushel Wheat,
350 Ib.- F1ur
SEV BALES .COTTON,
1 Gin, Thrasher, Fan, & &c.
Terms ces1 unrehaser to pay-r stamps
and papers. . R. L. LUTB R,
nor 94 4 t Assigaee.
of ReO Estate.
In te -United States District Court--Dis
trict of South Garolina-In Baikruptcy
-- the- matter-bf David Ki ler-Bnk
By oeder of.he Hon.. George S,- Bryan,
Judge of the United States District Court,
for the Distriet of Soth Carolina, I will
seltst the village of.Fog Level, en
Thursday, 3d day of December ae
TWO LOTS OF LAND,
Situated in said village of Frog Level.
A-ne containing, one ,and -three fourths
(11) acres, more or less. And the other,
containing three. foufhs (1) of an ' acre,
more. or less, belonging.to the estate of
Terns cash, purchaser to pay for stamps
JOHN T. PETERSON, Assignee.
Nor. 10 46 St.
Puisuant to-an order from John T. Pe
terson, - Judge ' of Probate for Newberry
Con .I will se. ": public outerv, at the
rsijence af -th'e late Dnitel Eng~hey, near
n-the 15tIh of Deembernext,
The personal property of said deceased,
Oowus atnd Calves,
Hogs and Sheep,
Corn and Fodder
20 Bales of Cotton,
House,hold and Kitchen Furniture
Blaeksith Shop anid Tools,
Farming ImnpemenR, &c., &c..
TermIs of Aale each,..
MA.RY A. HUGIIEY, Adm'x.
STATE OF SOUTH QAROLINA
Newberry Dlstrtt-Ia Equity.
Wan, H. Hlarrington and others, Ex'ors, vs.
Hee O'eall and. others.
By orderofth. CorM grill sell- befoce
the Court HoUsgt, lNewbe. oj. the
First Mo'ndayanDecember, 1868.
aI~1 1s1 Nwbeny,-ow.awdit, of- twelve
rnwwtb nparesfroa the -third day of
Th~has~er wilt-be gequised.4..teeure
utbuej#y bond-with at lIst
tw aies ad 'a ors ef thq
prefeas- -though ifrardthe ~rchiaser
trill.ba -ermitted to pay ene third in casha~
veCourt Uo,se,on.same dy. -
~~oT'~ Ofie,SILA JOIHSTONE,
.'ot 18 473% ~ 1 :--'.u s .
Byorder of Uion. George S. Bivan,
Judg6 dV U. S. District Court for bist.
of South Carolina -
I a.ill sell at Newberry C.;;o
MONDAY, SA LE DAY,.
in December next, one half interest in a
tract of land, containing.
1$7 'ACRNS, more or lesa,,
belogging to Henry Summer, -Bankrnpt,
the other half. interest belonging tojohn
Mathlis, This land is in Ne*berry dis
trict, ad-hounded by lands of John A
Kibler and others.
Terins cash, purchaser to pay for
st~amps and papers.
-DANIEL H. WERTS,
nov 11 45 4t Assignee..
In the District Court of the
UNITED STATES-FOR THE DISTRICT
of South Carolina-In Bankruptcy-In the
Matter of William Summer, a bankrupt.
N o t i e e .-William Summer, who has
'oeen adjudged a Bankrupt, on his own pe
tition, having filed bis petition prayinig his
final -discharg, all creditors who .have
m'ined'their' dwandoctfibr persons in
Ifierest, are heiyb notified to appear be
f9re the United States Court at Columbia,
in said District, on the 27th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1868, at 11 o'clock A. M., to show
cause if any they have, why said prayer be
And will further take notice that a second
and third meeting of Creditors in this case,
will be held at the office of Henry Summer,
Esq , egistert Newberry C. H., on Tues,
lay the 24th day of November, at 11 o'clock,
By order of Court.
Clerk District Court United States,
nov 18 47 8t For South Carolina.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
F'IRST gLASS HOTEL,
$3.00 OPer Day.
Win. A. Wright, Manner.
n to iAUtter of f. Tayjy o eay
-Bankrupt, of the County of Newbertyt
By order of GeorgeS. Bryan, U. S. Dil
trict Judge, I will- sell, in front of the Coert
Rouse,on t4e first Monday in Dec. next,
b the and piao 9aproperty of '
Tay1pr Zealy, consistiag.ot
TWO SMALL LOTS,
in tWTown ;Ot Monflello, -riirfield
Cn, Also, a large lot of
Bedetadd,'.attresses, &c., &c.,
JOfl LR. LEAVELL, Assignee.
Nov. 1146 4Q.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newlirry District=hi; Equity.
W. H. Gilliland and.Sidney S. Howell, Sur,.
vivors; et al. vs. Jas. Caldwell and W.
W. McMortis; e;'ors, and othe;.
Bill-for sale of land
Pursuant to an order of the' Court of
Equity, in the above stated'case,' *111 sell,
- before .be Court House, at NewberrY; .on
the 1st Monday in December vext, a: tract
of land lying in the District of Newberry,
con$inlpg:four hundred acret; m r or less,
lying on the Ashford ;Ferry road, bounded
by landabf"Wilian Caldwell, Samuel Can.
non, lands lately owned b Micajah Harris,
:The -B: Wadlimgt'h otier. on a credit
svbw lSe*-onths, wit. Interest fre+m the
day of-sa3e,. the pctechaser to-aecue the pur.
chase money by bond with :t.}east two good
sureties and a mortgage. .of the premises,
wIth the-iitege of paying the amount of
his bid in eashi
Com'rs OfVie SILAS JOHNSTONE,
'Nov..11:48 4t. W1 '- c. It.*N. D.
Ti t ;";of&ai Carolina.
NEWBERaY DISTRICr-IN EQuir.
ege aIrsenAWt, #s.'W: H. nt and
:ill for Partition.
By orde df ;he Coe hiage, I will
sell before: (Cprt; , ' ewberry
on the first Nonday in December next, the
folowing tacts of land, ti: .:
TtactNo.1, er .tdiiing . 2S-l(* acres,
more'or ess, on which are buildings:
Tract No. 2, containing 5 68 100 acres,
more or less, situated in-the town of New
Traeti"Q..3, eo aifig 12 acres, more
or lesa', lying within one and a half miles of
,the tows of Newbeyry,- on the .Colombia
rvad, anld benaded by lands of estate of
Job Johnstone, and James Galdwell.
1eo ietract of amd, contaihine 125
aee&d, mire or less, situated in the district
of Nowberry, partly iv -ther town of New.
berry, and bosndedby a street leading from
Newberry by the Steam Mill, and by lands
of the Newberry Steam Mi1 - Company, &
P. Lake, Black Jack and Columbia roads,
and .by lgnds of J. R.-Williains and L. J.
Jones. 'The above lands to be sold by plats
Tar3 or sAiL-One half in cash,- and
the balance on twelve months time, with
interest frgm the-day of sale, the purchaser
to g$ve mortgage of premises to, secure
balance of purchase money, or the whole
-muy be paid itrrash.
Coo'sOfiee, SIL.A S JOHNSTONE,
Nov. 4 45 St. *20 : c.E. N. D.
STATE OF SOUTEKOAR9IMNA
Noah Martin, vs. Granville V. Jenkins.
Bill for foreclosure of Mortgage.
By order of the Court-in this ease, I wiH
self .r the C~owrt HIoq*e,. aL'%ewberry;
on ji r stMoinday in 3eolet next, a
trelau ad .ia. Newberry )itriet, con
me or Jess, situate4 on.. waterw of. Bush
Riser,rk td ,mnded by lantdi of Pleb'ry Bur
torn, Elijash M. Lak~e, dec'd, Thos. W. Boozer,
Hlenry M. Hu~nter, lands of estate of Daniel
Senn, dec'<d, and lands of the estate of Dr.
J. K. Gilder, dee'd.
Te'rms made known nii dar.of sali.
Cerm'rs. Offie, SIL AS JOfRNSTO NE,
Oct. 446 St.. 12 -c. . .D
In Rc Win. Summer, citizen
Of; orewberry, 3an1grupt.
Ryodrof iop. Geo. S. Brt an, Judge
of the United.&atic Court for the district
of .South Ghrcelipa, I *ill sAl on
&1ond4y the Tth of Decemnber next,
MA e*bcry C- g
containing ?orty-f'our (44) aqtsqp1re or
less, situated in the county .of Lexington1
a dbold.nda,ofAL. uminer,
Also at teetgigge agd plage,.
Oi Tra t ke4wi'lis $5 ,
connii u.tity acres, *dje Mr less,
ISosts i.he -couny'# ehbrIt, 'ared
beaud*ilada o*-J. 2E Fotk' -ary .
,tsee,, EliibeDuneam and Oeorye H.
-Tenaesh; ParehkErs td-p4y fortpa
'MO&: W:-BOLL6WAj -gsiee.
~ouade,8. C.rnov 9454VWe
In the U& S. iattdet Oourt-District of
South-Carolina-In Bankruptcy-Int thie
matter of Jolflh W. Moents-Bankrupt.
By<orddr of th1e Hon. Geiorge S. Bryan,
Judge of' the U. 5. District Oourt; for the
Distret of South Carblina, I *ifl sell, at
Newberry Court House on
-Monday the 7tj &iay .December next,
'TWO-TRACTS OF LAND,
Situated i-Newberry C6unty.
The Gibson or home tract, containing 400'
(four hundred) acres, more or less, bounded
by Iands off..'Ond ti e Misses Turnipseed's,
George Feltman, J. M. Brookts and others.
The Darby tract contains 200 (two hun
dred) acree, more or less, and is bounded
by lands of the Estate of R. Sondley, by
the Gibson tract, George Blair, ands.others,
pn.d belonging to sthe Est.ate. of JohE ~W.
-Terms Cash.-Pnrehasers to pay flr pa.
pers and stamnps. JOHN T. PETE RSON,
Nov. 11 46 St. Assignee.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL ROAD,
GENERAL, SUPERINTENDENT's Ouiros,
SouTm CAROLINA RAIRz.OAD,
April 28. 1868.
THE FOLLOWING FRE[GHT TARIFF
from Nashville and Chattanooga to Colum,.
bia will take effect from and after this date:
To Columbia. Nashville. Chattanooga.
Bacon per 100lbs.......83 62
Oats per bushel.........28 21
Corn per bushel.........38 27
Wheat, rye an d barley pcr
Pork adbeef pei-barrel....$2 57 $1 92
Flour, apples, onions and
potatoes per barrel...1.59, 1.19 .
Whiskey, high wines and
aleohol.............. 3.95 295
(Signed,) H. T. PEAKE,
May 7 General Superintendent.
Dr. J. D. Bruce
Having resumed the practice of Medicine,
tenders his professional services to the public.
Office in the building formerly ocuied by
Kr. John A. Chapman, and opposit Mrs.
Uep 182Se '.
TI SUBSCRIBER has constantly or.
band a fIl assortment of the above approved
eases, of'different patterns, besides~ coffas
of hi&ow, make, all of which ie it prepared
to furnish'.az very reasonable raCesy with
promptness and despatch. r -
Person- desirous of having cases.ent by
railroad wilt have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand a duwill be
furnished at the rate of $10 per-day.
Thankful. for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a contionation
of the saame, and assures the- public that
no effort on his part will be spared1o render
the utmost satisfaction.
Xewberry~S. C., July 31.
Sash & Bliud8.
The subscriber takes pleasure in tnnoun
ing- to this community that, havitg meb
all necessary arrangements, he will be ate
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate 1 tesl
,ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct. 7 41 4" Newberry C. H., S. .
Of all kinds of FIREARMS, LOCK, &e.
Has on hand Pistofs and Guns of all ap.
proved makes. Ammunition, such- as Car
tridges, Caps, Powder and Shot.
Shot Pouches; Masks, Bags; and eierv
other kind of Spong Apparatus. Besides
many other articles of various characters
MALkinds of REPAIRING neaitly-and'ex
p ditiously executed, and at low rates.
-Th addition to the abore, I am prepared
to fill orders for all kinds of vefikles, such
of the celebrated rmanufacture of COOK,
wi ere Stilks Rolurd, formerly of this place,
pseecsed his stock. All orders promp-ly
April 15 16 tf.
IFhie subscriber having opened a Restapraut
KEXT'DOOR to bia Bakery and Confec,
tipnery store, in the building forary oes
empled by Mr. B. ii. Blesse, for the pon
uiodation of the publici, 1nnirms theau ts
he is prepared to faruish
All the Delieaeles of the sese
Oysters andl Game,
In theinost ace$tble style.
He will keep constantly on draft
Wines4, Ales, &c.
Heis alsd prepared to furni?.h -
BOARD AND LODGING.
1e.respectfenly asks ftr uar,r of patron
age, and primises - to make .kis esiabUsly
seat a fav'orite resort.
aen 15 3 '' LOUIS SCWOQDAIR.
*.6.1' Peruvian Guaboj $61-per ton;.r
,gold,.or its 3~ eqitrti4etirreey. -
- Bioe' Ocindntrated ceriil'zNrdin. bar
t'els;.'per'tn,. jzo. * ' s ., ;:
'Ptzrround-3one,-in barrelg, per ton.
Bone nad Mecat,in barrels, .per ton, $88.
ta Yela Phos~phate,lu.bags,436.
-'round Plt*i.er, per. barrel, 21.75.
Swaa Islnd-Guano, i.e bags or arveis
Sulphate ofeSoda,yIn banrels, peate7 $90.
Mistle ?Pwifie Guano, $Ot9.
~Aest1%y~erphosphate, contaitfig teti per
ceunt. soluble phosphoric acid, an'd three
per cent. amionia, put up is biags or bar
rels.' Price $55- per ten.
Cubant Guana, from ea:res, containig
besides the usual -phosphates agd organic
matter-ive to sir pet cent. of ntrate of
potash. -An exeHent ap#Iication forsposa
toes, tobacco, cotton, etc. fine . gbegs,
$35.per, ton. -
.Soutb. Carolina Phoephafi6 groun3d and
putin tna or barrels.
Navassa Guano, by the cargo, in i1
~GEO. H. WHFITE,
150 Front Street, 1l.
Oct. 14 42 8'oo.
. ARd Repairing. .
The undersigned respectfully gives notice a
that., he is prepared to M AKE, or REPAIR i
any kind of CABIN~ET WARE, in the nat-,
eat and moet satistaetory manner. W4rk
solicited. Prices reasonable.
Oct 3, 87-4-f. WM. ZOBEL.1
Oct.30,186-44tf. Helena, 6yCa
Greenville & COlumbia la R. :
ON attd after WEDNESDAY, the- 12th1
instant, Passenger Trains, will run daily,
Sundays excepted, connecting with Night
Trains on South Carolina and. Charlotte ad
South Carolina Railroads, as follows:i .
Leave Columbia at............7.00 a. m.
"Aiston at..............8 40 "
"Newberry at...........10.10 "
Arrive at Abbeville at........3 00 p. in.
" at Anderson at.........4.20 "
"at Greenville at........5.00 "'
Leave Greenville at...........4 a. mn.
" Anderson at............6.25 "'
"A bbeville at...........8.00 "
"Newberry at..........12 35p. m.
"Alston at.............215 "
Arrive at Columbia at.........3.45 " s4
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad wDil
also run daily, Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderson at............4 30p.m
"Pendleton at...........5 30P.m.
Arrive at Waihalla at....... ..730 "
Leave Waihalla at...........3 30 a. m.
"Pendletoo at...........5.30 "
&rrive at Anderson at........620 "
The train will return from Belton to An
lerson on Monday and Friday mornings.
- JA MES 0. MERED[TH, pt
Ag n17ih, 1858. -
ee oestantly god as
sortat o $e BUGGtM of- thtod ap
roved> SLOW and patterns, eoabining
lSgbts:d -d drabity. Bilt '-order
t' kaa 'atrd-Plntatien
made tdo g a- ' g
none in't1e bea antlet -segpablo
prices, and all erk; estiasiedoes ifore it
is repaired and a copy gi toW usto
mers. Spet l attenti$d' ven to repairing
fine Car*liges ifd' wgg? ' lt_hjaimpor
tant to conuers., Yreight will1 aid' o
way, when seat by-4 whobe ra
pairs atuount to over W tyse ngthing
but the.bestmateriat d n be boubt, and
are wifhng to reijon thttit;f ofir.work for
a liberal patronage. "Weli lte th? exaai
nation of our work and a iee' the blio
that we can build the same class C as
eheap if not cheaper than we cardlport it,
Ad of ourork- is warrsated.
Our Pemry is'nearlsl@pt. Xb
Don't FailoTry ra
ted Suthero Tolc, Pan t
ter;,au unfailhi rem6d of
the Digesti+a Organsea tsfipTv For'
sale by aft Drnggsta. -
Dont ;ail o Tr t h i le
bAte4. So crs Tpkoha. s 5apatie
Bitters, ae .(t.. stdt Dh
eagesof ibe- i e Orgssandtiativer.
ForAsis by 98 Drggiaa -
Don't Fai to Ty thei . eler
bratWd Soutlern Tieic, Panknin's Hepati:
Bitters, 'a&irng remedy for all Dis=
eses-of the gs$stivOrgass and the Liver.
For sale by all Druggists. N:
Doi't Fail' to' ly ttie Oelea
brstedSouthernalo*e, Panka'n'aE tio
Bitte:, an *unfailing p1 y 4 ; Dis
eases of beiesire g A Liver:
bq oi sale 6airot>, ?r- _
Don't Fail to Try te" le.
ttrated Southern Tonic, Ankaia'aIepatie
Bitters, an unfailing sepdy for aU*'ss!I
of the Digestire Organs-and the-Lflee or
sale by all Draggiat. - "
.I)OY Fai t0 Frf theyl.
brated Southern Tonc,Pahltjiatis
Bitters, as enfalling remedfWWdTsea.es
of the DSget4ive Organs $ad Te y For
sale by'a s'Drbgglsts.t '
Columbia, S. V. .a
Within-ffty yards of the G ateen41 and
Charleston Railroad Bepots, eosir Gervais
and Gadsdea streets, . a .
RJhr.s..-Board, per week, 31l*M per
dayr, $3; Supper, breaIfakm.,St;~
Single Meals, $1.
A No.!I, I4er Stable In.emr.cotissaarih
ge' ilozl, Carriages, kc., for hit, et all
hours of the Day and Night. -
Abg.9 rs sa.r.
Charleston, S. C.
The nndmrigned havinig takten charge of
th.' above n-ill known Hotel, resp'ctfully
informs his friends and time travklHicg pabNe
that It has beca re.turnisbegi in all of its do
partmenia. thie table will at ni ties he
supplied wih. the b'edtie Mai'ke.t affdrds,
includingt every deIhcT .in seaon, .while
the cuisin)e will be uneneptiwaablt. The
Bath Rooms utached to sthe llbt qreenp
pied witti the see'bra:ed rtesiani Wagr,
and floe, Cold or Shower Rathe-an he-ob
tairnd at- any -time. The same atiiom
wri e paki tpte comvforcjfth as
heretofoire, aid- traveRls'a can #i
hnding the ChadessWrMorel eg,al topsy
~a the United States.. The 't~~ .of
Jan. la~3 . ... ropriseer.
Just ublishd beikd6io(frs -
al ere (wid,eus mdi*ie) of
rhees;-or S'ensibel 'Weakness, mint ~
3epizal, Losas, .Iuapatei.oy, - esa and
Physical Incapacity, Im pdi *e Mar.
ind7 it*, i'uted 1iy self-iudt noe or sen
years successful practice, that aba,lilu
consequiences of self-abse pqy
gure'd misbeet the lWfe
or the application of the .h; opg
:m a-mode ofeu e
tnd effbettial, b. leaJ~,9 w everysu
keer, no inatter I'bh . ito~ta be,
nay dirre himnse(f cheap~v jla
my address,postpai, of si
w ate.post stamps;. AIRo;'
'Mar'tiage Guide," priep onts' A'
ho ? blishers, .
CHAS. J. C. KLIE.a (.
[3tseAay, N. , 3st4g8e P.U
The subscriber repeestftly eas the a.
rorkcin fise line of bpias, a~t
Jarniage, iBuggy or Wagen
Worokgti$e n api. * -'er
ad at ifsceacordance with the tjes.
fangan eperience of tweunty4vma
i 4hvn worked in all th~pe sp~
rih South, in the best celsb
in confident of my abIiq g givem
Give me a triaal bexnI
Shop In rear of
chied to my rad~..
May &4 p OJEO. OLND.
The subegriber q*1 1s5a
ducements-ln the ity 9Ff
Good Work and Lo,w Pricee
one and aRl reqiring his: profeuuional
~rvices. Perfect satifsfction guaraaied.
r Minle by Dru==ists Ewmevwhraam