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Wednesday Morning, Dec. 9,1868.
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Clube of twenty at >1. an extra of paper, a
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Job work neatly and expeditiously executed
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- ,Ook ort"or the X mark.
We c&ll attention to the fact, that but
raMort time now'remains, in which the
LiV its of 'the Bankrupt Law, in its
Upresent -form can be available. After
~.ha first of January, the petiid will have
-,The agent of the Newberry Society,
1->t..roggeman, leaves for New York
.6&bi eek,. taking with him orders for
.m grants. The Society has done much
fpthe.district in the introduction of a
tdriLt.y working class of laborers; but
their means are-now. exhausted, and un
less thase who wish to secure labgrers
iirnish the necessary funds, their oiders
'atafot be- filled. All wh'o have given
4#beir orders are earnestfy requested to
Sdeposit with Mr. R McCaujhrin, the
- Trasuorer, $18, for, each single labdrer
ordered, and $50 for every famtly. - And
those who have not settled-for immigrants
alrVly obtained, will please step into
the qasurer's office and do s9 at once.
Without money the Society's operations
u t cease-out if opr citizeiis wiL for
s'the means, the Society will furnish
the laborers. -
lTh 2bs egua
.nother place will be found a set of
spletions, offered in this body. It is
vqt pwr iptention, ,norilQ we believe .that
yr readers would have us, to fill up eol
~dttihfrer column, with dull, fiat and
Vo table proceedings wbicb as yet
t to -n'othirig, -therefore we rait
Ausio imething it done. One bill wbcb
tbs %received its second reading, and
pWch, O doubt, willh become a-law, iay
getoe,and this for the preven'
J9 Q and punishment of carr:y*g con.
~ee deadly weapons. The person
'o sNoalal, upon trial and conviction,
al Ibf tb sum not exceeding flyd
1dieotdss tbandore hbiidred dolt
Iae. ga eoer one tbussuii, nor o
iheElcios-Their Tr asuaipg.
Jfany reader is so exceedingly ,dull as
tojijpose for a uaoment that we pro
~ o"eliver any opinions upon the
%%t'oflitics, helhas only to contin
'a#etsyeeral of this bNief article-to find
ibinsel 'itistaken. The "eletioih&" to
gehicig albsion is made iin -be' caption
aMIhet elections-made by the poliey-hold
gisthe Equitable Life .Asstirance So
., ef.the particular podes in- which
4heftill respectively apply their divi
derni Svery policy-holder in that pros
us Corpany is entitle~d qvery ,year,
~idin a the proBts of the busi
ekt'-t' one of the merits of that in
~itWi% that-it offers so many advanta
g4eestodxes of applying these dividends,
agIng which the policy-holders can vach
.gear zjqke.their election.: There ar-e five
as follows: (1.) A large amiount
ddd to fhe-pglicy,. payuible with it, ex
from future pretiu.s. (2.)~ 4.much
g4am-it ad'd&d tQo the policy, and
d crily in case of death within a
*I pdtetd timer.:(8.yA snin in Nash, re
dadag thM premiums as long as thef are
pid. (4.: A,wauch larger sum in' cash,
gdci pgthe premiums for the- ensuing
) Te seinof thLe number
. #-bePaiat. Ihese are advantagas
wic-s no e Ce npany in, te country
a~ t~ first page of this issaeo will be
)und such fortions of message lNo. 1.,
gb'e ish tue. as..are of pargicular
tere7. That theie are many excellent
suggptions contained in this document
it is-hardly necessary to say, the reader
uldiscover -that for himselWf, and if they
,wecried.otIt w.ill subserve the public
ig#reat.9 Mut there. are objectionable
-pase e.which were Dot expected, only
ofbkich, howaver, we .care to allude
o. After rehearsing the .old, lugubrious
tpodtbe'killing of the "lamented" sen
iWun*d iep'resentative (which acts have
5Wen 'tinlversaIly regretted by our citi
as a 'press) he telfs of an address to
'the RZmeetiue from "a prominent indid&
ui threatening still fur-dher outrages and
- asdtionaaietims,"and that~ the "threat
of apassination was publidbed and rep*ab
lished by Abe press. without ~esure- or
eAmment.". The author of the address
- i11dded to is Col. Aiken, than whom
th e. is no more honorable, high-minq&
and yeaceable citizen in t .fate. Col
Aiken oever intended to express any
suich threats as Go'. Scott ebarges him
-with, and the press, all the time in favor
oftpeace, order, and quiet, saw nothing
censurable in his addres-s, but on the
contrary only an expression of indigna
tioh,Tfor an uncalled for and unjust ar
r'est and ituprisonment, which any high
toned gentleman would have uttered.
Such uomerited, untimely and ungene
rous language from Gov. Scott, is calcu
lesd to:irritate and rankle in the heart,
and we -are disappointed in the hope
entertained, that the Executive wished
to heat all the old festering wounds of
The Macon Ga., Tc'egraph has it that
the author of Uncle T-ni's Gabin, Mrs.
$brriet Beecber Stowe, now repents hav
in written that i:-1;k, and wants to Jive
, st &ong enough to r"itiew lther td
crrec the miitakes mnade in Uncle Tom,;
and show how great a blundeeAhe coma
miitted. From her foriner. coandition of
sentintentiFattacimeit, she has lapsed
into an unconquerable dislike and aver
sion, and like Squeers, the milk of hu
man kindness in her bosom has all turn
ed to curds and whey. Thn,s will_ it be
with all the host of them, and the poor
deluded negro have to turn back at last
to his only true friends, his former maf
The Contested Elebtion.
The trial in the case of the contested
municipal election in Charleston, has
come to a close, the decision being ad
verse to the hopes of the pillsburyites,
and neither have the citizerns' party
gained anything for- their candidate.
The satisfaction is, however, that the
city is not yet in the hands of Mr. P
and his crew,
The Charleston papers state that a
mandamus of Gilbert Pillsbury, has been
applied for, and that the motion will be
made in Columbia, before the Supreme
Court, by Attorney-General, D. T. Cliain
Of Pennsylvanians and Marylanders
arrived in Columbia on Tuesday last.
The fullowing is a list of their names:
D. D'echert and lady, 'Hagerstown
(Maryland) Mnifi J. M. Cooper, Chani
bersburg (Pa.) Valley Spirit;. Wm. M.
Bresliu, Lebanon (Pa.) Advertiser; A J.
Steenniar, Lancaster (Pa.) Intelligencer;
Wm. Marr.and lady. Iagerstown Md.;
D. Strite, George. Bel, John Bell, Dan
Winters, Otho Brian, John McCauley,
M. V. B. Dener, J. M. Fimk, W. C.
Kirkbeart, H.- F. Neikuk, Dr. W. T.
Stoaebreaker, Mis. Geo. Sheadle, Wasl:
ington County, Md.; I1. Synder, Samuel
Wells, Franklin Cotnty, P a.; J. G.
;Wyatt, Sparkling Cataw* ,pringe,F N.
Eection Of Directors.
At a Director's Meeting of the Colum
bia"and Augusta Rai'road, held i.q Co
lumbia, on the third, the fullowing gtn
tlemen were elected :
Col. W. Johnston, of Charlotte; Gen.
Wade Hampton,' L D. Childs, J. G.
Gibbes $dward Hope, R. W. Johnston,
of Columbia; Paul Quattlebam, of Lex
ing ; Edward1homas, Josiah Sibley, H.
?. Rusi, 1Mayor,) John - J. Coheif, G.
F. Jackson, of .Augusta4 The mreeting
then adjourned. At a subsequent meet
ing ol the j)irectors, C&l. Johnjston' was
Thy traies on this read yre now run
ning through to Gr-aniteville.
In the report of the Smenth day's
proceeditags of the house, the following
resolutions appear introduced by -Mr.
'o Whereas, rmare than three years have
(lapsed sioce the.cenclusion of the arr
for the supremacy of thme Government of
tfie Unit&d States; and whereas a large
portio).of the-eitizens of -Somthi Caronna
embeld -under p.oliiieal bonds by the Con
gress of 'the Umnted States, because of
their sympathy for and partiipation in
the.late war agai.satithe Uinited States ;
and wherea,s w-e.regard th.e puni.shmeg~t
of this class of our citizens as h,aving
been equal te the dennds off .ntice, a'nd
that they 4re willing and anxious.in good
faith to renew their allegiange to the
Federal Government; and 'whereas we
believe a.cour-se of conciliatilm and~ 'fee
givenes is he.& calculated to seeure the
blessings of harmony, peace and pros
perity to blI t-lasses of our frople6 anid
whereas His Excelleney the Gom-ernior, fa
his messages.t.o this Genieral Asumly,
ias earnestly' recommended that Con
gress be memorialized to remo\e all,
po litical disabilities frow.the ciens -of
South Carolina ; therefoTe, be it. .
Resolved, By tha House of Represenr
taties of the State of SouthCarovTina
conc~ rring, That wo herehy iedmodlise
the Oongress of the United States to re
move 'the political flisabilities from all th6
ctizeets of Sooth -Carolina now laboring
under the same.
-On 'motioil of Mfr.. George I.ee, it was
referred to the -CommittEe en p'6itr
cal disahilities, with instructionis to re
port as soon of practicable. .
Mr. Doyle introduced (he following
preambl'e aind resohitions, whIeh were 'te
ferred4 to t1, Committee -on, Educatioia:
'WhereaQ, Section 6 of General Order
No. 139, Hieadquamrters Second Military
District, entitled NtAppropriations for the
yar commepcing October 1,3867,"among
others, $Z5,D00 is set apart' for the sup
port of frie schodis, whieb amount 're
mains . in the Treasury and undrawn ;
and whereas many teachers in the State,
on the faith of said appr-6priation, opened
and taught thefr schools, admitting poor
scholars to,the full hepietit of instrtretiou;
iherefore,' be it,
-Resolved, by' the House of Represen
tatives, the Senate concurring, That the
Treasurer of ihe State be authorized and
req'ired to pay over.to the School Comn
missioners of the various counties the
pro rata share cifthe said appropriation
due to each county.
Resolved, That each school Commis
sioner, on receiving the share due to his
county, shall give reasonable notice, by
avertisement or other wise, to teachers to
render in their accounts for tuition of
poor scheiars, from 1st of October, 1867?,
to.the 1st of October, 186$; and after
estimating the pro rata sum due to each,
shall pay over the same in accordance
with the laws heretofore governing Comn
missioners of Free Schools,.except wherer
in the same is modified b'y said1 order.
-SEOOTING IN MARION DIsTRIcT.-The
Marion Cresent, of the 2d instant, says:
"A note handed us, addressed to Sheriff
Collins, informs us that Mr. Rlesteor Hinds,
living West of the Pee Dee, in this
County, was shot and dangerously wound
ed while in his stol e, on the night of the
26th November. The assassin, he as
serts, was a freedman, whose name is
given to the Sheriff; he concealed him
self in the bushes near the store and
shot Hinds through the back d'oor."
The Democrats were successful in the
Augusta (Ga.) municipal election, on
Wednesday-electing the entire ticket.
Eve.rytin pased of quietly.
SALE-DAY.-Notwithstanding that Mon
day *is most blistering and inclement,
a large nuinber of persons were in, town.
Cotnmissignet's Sales consisted o sp
lots of the estate of Judge O'Nall*of
about 30 acres, which brought thte Iow
sum of $496.for the whole, 3 ots,e
longing to the Hunt estate, of 20 acres,
$2240; one tract of 400 acres, 4180 ;
and one tract of 88 acres, $1610. The
Sheriff sold one tract of 400 acres for
AN ACCEPTABLE PRESENZ-;One of the
best and most appropriateftirsttnsa
presents which may be made, is a photo
graph likeness. It will do for fri9nd or
sweetheart. ~And not :like other itriges,
which are often cast aside and soon for
gotten, it will be a constant ieminder.
Have Mr Wiseman to take one" for you.
His pictures are really excellent. He
lives next daor to our shanty, and is al
ways on hand in business hours.
REV. R. FukMAN.-We.had the pleas
ure on Sunday morning last, of hearing
this eloquent and Christian minister
preach jis first discourse, as:tbeirpastor,
to the Baptist congregation of this ylace
His discourse was most effective and
plain, appealing directly to the hearts
conscietes of the people with and for
-whom be is to minister in spiritual things
the next-year, and we fee1confident met
.with an earnest response. His closing
appeal, that his bearers might stand by
him, and give him their hearty co-oper
ation, was impressive and solemn. God
grant that he may have divine strength
sbowered upon him, and the aid of - his
congregation, both so feelingly pray<d
for, that his sheaves :may be many.
A BrG DWusK.-Wc have seen whis
key hauled by the wagon load time and
-again, but it was generally contained in
barrels. On Friday afternoon the order
warevers, for in!tead of the fighting
Huid- being-in barrels, it was in the stom
achs of jhe noisest, drunkennest, set of
bein s, wiite and' black, ever tum}aled
into the body of a wagon. It was the
drunkest crew seen in a long time, ind
they made more noisethan the law al
lowed; even the-mu)es'selmed to be af
fected. It is impossible to say where
they landed, or how soon, but as .the
devil takes care of his, own, is..ht:to
conclude. that they .turned :up some
Arvrwaitau-Dip the Missis
sippi'dry with a tea-spooni, twist year
heel into the toe of your boot; ';pake
po-tmasters perform .th'eir p'roises;
send up.tfibhing books with badHoons and
bob Tor stars; when a rain storm, is cqw
ing like a Yataract of Niagan'; renkemiber
wherqoo.left your mahtwella ; ehoke'a
mosquit'. withi a brick-batii#kt
prove ill things ~heretnoo:e considered
impossible, but neverafteniyt to'coax a
womax to say she will, whea. the 'hes
made up her mind to ay the w.9n1
-The m,an wh o arrived at the ,above
coc.eluisionl must have had an ,gatn mely
difficuilt case to conten~d with. We
maintalIr that there is virtbe in coaxing,
particularly if a -new bonnet', cihe ete
gant dr2ss pitr, or 'angthing efsie be
brought in as a ;eser.v". Womew are
susceptible of rease?j -if a prescirt is -at
the otherend of it.
The season of festivitiesiA. -approach
ing, and timpeople big- uanditt , are .en
the look outL for .the various Utto~ deli
holidays w.ould be prily ag ote Aays .or
seasons. dood things, are ,npw loolied
fr, anid where to find them is the ques
ton. Wel%~wc haive b'een reqjuested,
thrnegii private dispatches froin 3f
KriM" (nOt our Chris.) but, Ktiss 'Krin
.gle '-er-SantaCluaus, as-somi of the young
folks rcmember. him., to: btate, that -he
intends to make our very particular
friend, Dr. Theodore Gouin his agent,
and we congratulate him on.so e,xceiJent
a choice. Dr. Gouin already-stands high
in the admiration of tbE children, (let
alrie older people) and now with the
help given him liy old Santa Claus, his
~pladty will larg&ely increase. 'Ca*l
~As was hoped, and might - bve been
epeded, Gen." Julian Johnson; known
from Dan tor Beershebat the grestest
drovist the country ever produoed, nam
to torp. just ii- tbe .nick of ti.lat
week, with a fine lot of bogs 3rhich were
dispose.d .of 'by torch-light, so hungry
wr-e our people for sausage. The quick
st time on record was .made by Julian,
fr arrivi-ng in the night, by next mQ
ing he was cleaned out, and left on the
10 o'elock train for another lot, whidh
came to band on Friday night, 'and were
disposed. in almost like hurry. His
price was 10k.. 2Eha other chap men
tioned before, wanted ,12c. and getting
here first, sold a portion at ihat price,
which the hasty buyers bave repented of
ere this. So much for no.t looling be
OUR CoUNcH..-We Cannut help notio
ing the efficient managemenat of our
worthy Intenident and CounciL. In their
ands the town is as quiet as- aeb h
mlosse. 'Energy, dscision and a prompt
administration of justice to All. parties
have tbus far marked their course,' anid
we sincerely trust such a condition: of
affairs may be kept up to the end of their
rein. Much of the present order is due
to the indefatigable and ubiquitous mar
shall, Mr. Bas. Blease, and we compli
ment hiin on the able discharge of his
arduous duties. It may not be amiss to
call the attention of Council to the indis
criminate use of pop-crackers; some re
st.riction might with propriety be placed
on their use in the streets, and much
danger be avoided. Horses are made to
runT away sometimes, and limbs and bug
gies broken, and houses burnt, by their
Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 2nd, was
one of the twelve shortest days in the
year, the sun setting at 4.28. After the
14th, the afternoons will begin to-4ength
en, when ,theior degs. will. he '24 mrin
utes shot'er, ie1pn Ising at 7.06 ; on
the'Ntst Decsinber, at .80, and continue
so ill January 8. The shortest day
from sunris to sunset, will be December
21. So says the Courier, who got it
from the Almanac.
The Guyascutus will be exhibited in
Columbia, on the 12t.. inst., by., Gen.
Dan Castello, previous to which and be
for# the sitme, 'grwa Chariot win
be drawn through the streets by eight
Sacred Camels. What a time there will
be, to be sure.a .real guy ascttus, eight
aacrod camels, six lions, one hundred
horses, one jackass, two clowns, t striped
mule, and-but this is surely enough
for one timTe.
Gen. N. A. Evans, a gallant Confeder
ate officer, bvother-in-law of Geneal ' M.
W. Gary,, died suddenly at his residence
-in Midway Alabama, a few days-since,
of disease of the heart. He leaves a
widow and four children.
George- W. WiHiatnsi Esq., of York,
an old and distingusled member of the
Bar, died. in-Colrimbia, on the 2nd of
Gov. Pickens, we are glad to learn, 'by
the Edgefield' Advertiser, has recovered
from his late severe sickness.
The same paper says, that one night
last week; two negroes drove up to Gov.
:Pickens' Cotton Serew, in a wagon, and
stole a bale of cotton. The cotton was
traced to Augusta, where it was sold.
One of the negroes was caught, and hav
ing disgorged $50, was placed in jail, the
other is still at large.
Also under the heading of.Lugubrious,
tlaments the loss from office of Mr. W. F.
Durisoe, so long the acceptable ordinary
of Edgefield. Under the- dark 'order 'of
Ming,-b had cogive u3 .to one D.' L.
ITARiON COUBTnoIsE, Pecember 4.-The
facts in rtgtird to the trotble at the
. coutnty jl here are brie.ly as follows :
About ten o'elock yesterday uporning
te prisonIers, sixt}-seven in number,
ade a' desperate attempt to break jail.
.They styceeded in. forcing open the cells,
and fiad reached the outer door, when
'Sheriff Cofiins, ith ~a posse 'of citizens,
evented'their 'urther egress by- firing
through the. windows from the outide.
lthougha the effort to escape has thus
'beei-chdked, the p,risoners are not' sub
dued, aid still hold possession.of the.jail.
They .*re closely watched, however, by
the citizenh, a d ii is hopedi that a strong
s,ard'sad -no -rahions will ultinwttely
brng.tew. terms Ttji1 hjr<le. on
the other hand, affirm tank they will
never yield, and that they3 will sally
forl. to-right Iluch CIextment pre
vails in te o .-u.y
Chase. has 4eeided 4ew.eral co#ilisation
cases sustainiing Juidge- Underwoo(l pre
the decla.ratioun.thsat tthe consfiscation laws~
are constit utional, and that w-hen there
was no appeararnce ahd- ples by the. de
lwd ful3.jgrisdie(ine- to: Slecree. etiga
tion and sale. Judge Chase, h'owever-,
desi,Pei'the~ riuestfon to come b&fore 'a
fu it enc of, the Supremne 'G<ert 'sard
app~eaI on. 9i$ f error w.as grani.
STie PASSainiF.s os ThE GAs5.--O2e
husdre&as4'sixty-five of the .ei~grants
on tJhe ase wh,6 ,were destined Lit
Baltibnr~'esft ydsterday for thpt city
-6 t (e'e~earer Carroll. We regret tlmt
thg eSiqrt& tq. retir 'these 'people were
unavailing.. We . believe Ihat .South
earolina' coula lurnish theti> with as
goodt a home as-.tould be-4ound4 in any
otbefaSe, qd our need:for .their ser
vices is well known. .We trust; howey
e -that thbrffoyts'tvenbourage ensigra
tion will not cease >and that they may
be of more avail on anothier occasion.
BA YEs Crr,. December 2.-Gen. Ous
tar captured a Cheyenne village, of Black
Ketle's band, killing 150 a~nd 'capturing
58 - Indians, 1,000O 'horses and' nau1es.
Fift-one lodges, wera destroyed. Cap
t'ain Loiissf amilton was killed, and,Col.
Barnitie, wounded; Major Elliott is miss
ing~ .The soldier* kiled were 19 ; woun
ded 14.. Custar,rjrus to~ refit. Black
Eeftle, the painciple (hief, was k(illed
and the-tibs bladIy e 1lid.
NEGoJUNGe-Last Fri.day, a .white
girl named ^Ke'hnedy, whuile passing
through' he woods, near Memphis, Te-nn.,
was seized on by .a negrq atid..horribly
'iolated. The next morning he :was
fdind by 9tizdng, identified by the child,
tuken to dhe-acene of,.violence and hung.
T'here is, after all, a chance that a col
ored Repr'eenatire may have a seat in
the Fortieth Dongress. By .the rejection
of the returns of certain parishes in Lou
isana, lienard, a negro, is declared elec
ted to fill the unexpired term of Mann,
Dcmocrat, and deceased.
COaptsin Wieting, of the sliip Gauss,
who recently arrived in Charleston with
a load of emiprants, djed in that city on
Twelve negv9es, Orst class field hands,
formerly worth $1,200 each, sold lately,
in Havana, at ah average of $900.
1Nzw Yons;, October 13, 1867.
Dean Sxa :-ft is with much pleasure that
I say to you that I' consider the Plantation
Bitters of untold value. [n the fall of 1867
I was taken, with Chills and Fever, with the
most severe pains in my chest and head. It
was with great diEculty that I could breathe
My lungs were greatly distressed, and there
was severe pain in my right side, by spells. I
could hardly get up from my bed.- I called a
Doctor, who attended me all winter w.ihout
the least benefit. About the'first of August 1
commenced using your Plantation Bitters
-a wine.glass full three times a day-and
have used it most of the time since, and I
am now well and strong, able to do all my
own work and the care of a large family.
Yours, &c., SusaN WILsON.
MAGNOLIA WATER.-Superior to the best
iported German Cologne, and sold at half
A Philadelphia burglar feasted so ex
travagantly in a house which he had
entered, that he couldp't get out of the
hole he had cut in the door.
- The Florida House of Representatives
bas passed a bill repealing all laws pro
bibiting the marriage of blacks and
DXF.D, at his residence in Newberry,
of congestion, on the 11th of November,
Lt. W. S. CANNON, in the 33rd year of his
Lt. Cannon was a member of the Baptist
Church, in which faith he died, after an ill
niss of short duration. He served in the
20thRegt., S. C. V. during the late war,
and gained 'distinction by his strict devo
tion to the service of his country. His
many friends and fellow-soldiers will be
pained.to hear of his death, wh'ch.-has hap
pened in the flush. of early manhood, and
wheri the promise of a life of usefulness and
honor, stretched out so invitingly before him.
But all that was earthly of our friend is hid
den from mortal sight, and he sleeps the sleep
which knows no awaking, till the trump of
the Archangel shall sound, and the fetters
now binding him be broken. May the gar
ment of righteousness be ready for him at
the great awakening. He leaves a sorrow
ing widow, a tender infant, parents and
friends to mourn his early death.
NEWBERRY, December 8.-Cotton dull at
21e. for middlings.
NEW YoR, Dec. 7.-7 P. M.-Cotton
nominally a shade lower; only 600 bales sold,
at 24J a 24--chiefly 24k. Flour firm. Gold
CHARLESTON,. Dec. 7.-Cotton dull and
unsettled-middlings nominally 22k; sales
73 bales; receipts 1,300.
. AUGUSTA, Dec. 7.-Cotton market dull
and lower; sales 225 bales; receipts 500
middlings 22 a 22J.
LIVERPooL, December 7-7Evening -Cot
ton heavy and tending down-uplands 101;
Orleans li; sales 8,000 bales.
PRICES CURRENT FOR NEWYBERRY MARKET,
BAGG ,,e ryd ........................... 28
BALE ROPE, " ................. 10 a 30
BUTIER; . .......................... 2a a 25
BACON, Hams .................... - 22 a 25
" Sides, ...............------... 19 a 20
" Shoulders, ............................ 16 a 18
CANDLES, Adamantine..................... 25 a 88
- Tallow.......................... 18 a 20
COTON TARN............................... 2,00 a 2,25
C IIEEsE.................. 25 a'30
COFFE ......................................... 25 a 30
FLOUR............................................. 11 a 1 .
GRAIN, Corn.................................... 1,2
Oats ..................... 90
" Peas ......................................1,00 a 1,10
' W heat............................... 2,0o
1ENDIGO ........................ ...............1,50 a 2,00
IRON, Swedes ................................ 11 a11
LEAriER, Sole.................... . .. 41 52
C ~ pper.............. .... 75 a 87
MOLASSES, Cuba..........,.......... - 75
6% New Orleans,............ 1,25
'4 .. Golden Syrup.......... . 1.25
NAiLS ............................... S a 10
OIL, Kerosine ........................ 75 a 8)
POTATOES, Irish .................... 1,0)
- - . Sweet....................
suo ....................... - 161
SALT, Liverpool.. ...............3.00a3,20
S(PIRITS, Brandy........6 a20,00
'" Gin................. Sa 8,00
" Bourbou Whiskey...4 a 5,00
m- * Iroh ' ..............10ai19,20
.", Scotch..............10 a12,00
SUGXR, Crushed ............... 2a2'2
., , 1.Iwdered ...............-.20
" - Coffee C.............. 18:) 20
s ".- .' " ExtraC'......... 19 a2'2
''Brown ................... 15
SODA.................. s.... . 15. n20
TOBACCO, Checwing and Smoking 60 a 2.01
Tinegar......-........... 75 a 1,0k
ME.ATS. E.ef. Mutron, Pork. ......8 a 15
POUL i'RY, Turkey.vs.........75 a 1,00
Chtickens........... 5 a 2)
EGGS, per d.z ............. .. '.
WMV. Ys NANCE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Are prepared to make. full advances on cot.
ton'to Liverpool, Ne w York and Chrarlestont.
Checka, on New -York and Charleston in
sunms to sut. . dc 9 50.
Having just returned
.Full andl. Complete
OFFERS THEM LOWY
I have Calicoes, Merinoes,
Worsteds,-Gentlemen's Goods, all
kinds of Trim mings, Coffee. Sugar,
Tea, Salt, Mackerel, a large l0t of
Flopr, Spices, Sardines, Pickles,
Tobacco, Segars, Candies, Oranges,
Apples; Figs, Prunes; Nuts of all
kinds, Meal and Grist, Crockery,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, and a
world of other things.
I have made the fullest and
most satisfactory arrangements to
supply the Market with Oysters
and Fish, and furnish the first in'
shell, at $2,50 per bushel, or $2
per gallon open, and Fish from 25
to 50 cts per string..
Orders for parties promptly at.
P.. S. To the Children.-My
stock of beautiful Toys for Christ
mas presents, will be large and at
tractive,.and all interested, will do
well to examine, before buying
C' - .
Still boasts of one of the comple
test stores in the up-country,
and as long as my estab
Is Not SET on FIRE
The public around
will never find my stock lack in
quality and variety,
NOR IS'IT LIKELY
Even in such contingency,
that my business
Will Ever DRY UP;
Just now every
artidle in Dry Goods,
Groceries, Fancies, home
and foreign produce, made or raised
under the Sun, can be had
of me, and
While the Heavens
are propitious, and
the seasons favorable, the crops
plentiful. and( my friends
Their obligatious will my*
of people, all
anxious to buy cheatp good s from
Thos. F. Harmon,
P>ush River Store,
Dec 9 50.tf. Newberry, S. C.
ST ATE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
Newberry District,-In Equity.
Georgionna Dickert,. vs. HI. HI. Kinard, Trus
tee and others. Bill.to change iorest-.
ment. ol Truist Esta te.
By order of the Court, I will sell, before'
the Court Ilouse at Newberry, on Monday,
the 28th d:iy of December, 18~68, the lands
belonging to. the separate Estate of Georgi
ana Dickert situated1 on Indian Creek, ini
Newberry District, containing two hunidred
and thirty acres more or less, an~d bounded
by lands of Mrs. Miller, Chesley Davis,
George Oxier and others.
TERMS. -The purchaser will be m'qiuired
to pay one-half of the purchase money in
cash and to secure ibe balance, payable at
twelve months; with interest from the day
of sale by boud and mortgage of the prenhi
Com'rs. OfBee, EILAS JOHNS'IONE,
Dec. 50-4t. * *12 c .. D
* $20 Reward.
Stolen from the stables or Mrs. Susan A.
Nance, in this District, on Saturday night
last, a mouse colored horse MULE, med'um
size, between 9 and 10 years old, had the
letter R. brandea on the left. hip, the mark
not -noticed unless closely examined, the
mouth much darker colored than the rest -o1
the body. The above reward will be giveni
to ay person who will return the mule, 01
gi such, irQformation as will enable the
owne(to recover the said muile.
Dec. 9 50 2t
By~order of the Hon. George S. Fryan,
Judge ef~the U. S. District Court for the
District of South Carolina, I will sell at the
residence of Jacob Kihler, on
Wednesday the 16th day of Dec. inst.,
Choses in Action,
belonging to the Estate of Jacob Kibler
Bankrupt. Consisting of.
1 note on J. J. Paysinger for
1 note on Jesse Bates for $300.00.
1 note on J. G. Gibbs f'or $30600.
And various other notes, on J.
P. Kinard, HI. H. Kinard and
JOHN T. PETERSON,
Dec. 9 50 2t. Assignee.
SALE OF LAND
I will re-sell at the risk of the former
Wednesday, 30th day of Dec. inst.,
at Newberry Court House, at 11 o'clock A.
M., all the right, title and interest, which
Dr. W. K. Griffin, at the time of his Bank
ruptcy, had, in or to a
TRACT OF LAND,
lying in Newberry County, on Little River,
containing five I undred and seventeen and
one half (517k) acres more or less, bounded
by lands of T. A. Floyd, John H. Williams,
lands lately owned by Susan A . Nance, and
A. C. Garlington.
Terms cash, purchaser ho pay for papers
JOfl N. 7,ETERSON,
De 8 5) it Assignee.
I will sell at Newberry Court House, on
Monday, 4th day of January next,
A Tract of Land,
lying in Newberry County, containing
Two Hundred Acres,
more or less, adjoining lands of Mosee
Anderson, Wash Floyd and James Work
marn, the real estate of William Peterson,
Terms made known on day of Sale.
JAMES B. CHAPELL,.Eer.
Dcc. 9 50 4t.
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UNItED SfATES, for.Sou;h,Garylina.O0&
Term, 1808. In the niatter o'fJ. -S. Bowe -
of Newberry County-Bpnk!upt. SetMin
for'full and final discharge in Bankrupe.
Ordered, thait a hearing be bed-on the
day of Dec. 1808, at Federal Court Hos in
Columbia, S. C.; and that all'creditorir', '?hc..
of said Bankrupt appear at safdltme 44
place, and shew cause, if anytbey.can. why
the -pratyer of the petitioner should uc06
granted. And that the 2nd and 3d jctg
of creditors of said B:rnkrupt will be -s
the oficee of Henry Summner, Esa'r. .Regst
of 3rd Con. District, S. C., on 19th day of
December, 1868, at 11 a. m.
By order of the Court, the 5th dq ,of .Dp
Clerk District Court UTnited Stastes.
Dlee..9P 50 St. For Soutih Cargn
hI the Distriet Court ofTh%
UNITED STATES, for South Caroli4M.
Term, 1868. In the matter of HI~r
mer of Newberry County-Bank L -
tion for full and Qual 4is.chra Mk
rdetred, that a:hearlug'be Bad on the
day of December, .1868, at Eed .
House in Coilhmbia; S. C.; 1rld tb'a til
itors, &c., of said Bankrupt appsas uta
time and place, a 4d -shew cause, If any b
can, why the prayer of the petitidle'r
not be granted. And that the 2i
metetings of' creditors-of- said BaIbS*l
be held.at.the ofRee of JIeprl mm N..
Register of 3d Con District of,S. C , on 19th
day of'December, 1868, at 11 av m.' "
By order of the Cqurt, ,the 5th day
DANIEL SORLRC&. a
Clerk District Court United Ste,,
Dec. 950 3t For SouthC o.
STATE O 5TUTH CARLIN'A
.' NEWBEEEY 4063'%2
By Johu. T.' Peterson, Probate Judge,def
Ne.wberry Countfy. ' -
Whereas, W. illary Su,ber, has
plied to me for Letters of Adminlstrs*n,
bonis non, with will annexed, on all"
singular the goods.and chattels, rfbts,.and
credits of Charles'-F. Sligh, late of te ebuntyr'
These are thereidreto c$te and adao
all and singular, the k,indred and creditQts of
the said deceased, to be and' appear b~s
me, at our next. Probate Court fbr b
said County, te be holden at Newberry Cairt
House, on 'the 21st day of Dec., to.
cause, if any, why the' said A -e
should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this ,7
day of Dec.; in the year of our Lord.ame
thousand eight hundred and sixty-eigt."
JOHN T.~ PE TERSON,'P.J.M.C :
Dec. 950 2t.
In the District .Oaugt, o"t9
UNITED STA TES, for South CaroItiaeOt.
Term, 1868. In the matter of 'fhouas/B..
Chappell-Bankrupt. Petition for fuR 'an
final discharge in Bankruptcy.
Ordered, that a hearing be had on the- 5th
day of January, 1869, at Fedeal Cout
House in Charleston, S. C.; and thatall esede
itors, &c., of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and shew canseift any 'they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not be granted. And that the 2.d and 3
meetings of creditors of said'bankrupt wilt be
held at the 'fil<-e of Henry Summer, Eqr,
Register of 3rd Con. District, S, C., on .5t
day of December, 1868, at 12m,n
By order of the Conrt, tih 7th dayeof Dei.
Clerk District Court United States,
Dec. 1) 50 3 For South Carolina.