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A opp at Louisville issued a
le"year_invitation and sent the
IfoUQwic5 notice tQ the contractors
for publication in the Courier:
To CoNTRAcToRs.-The under
jgned, feeling the need of some
-n to find fault with and grumble
at when buFiness matters go wrong:
d -sa&being' onely with no one to
nte him,' and whereas, having
"srrived at the proper age, ho is de
termined to -"come out."
Sealed proposals will be reec. ved
till 12 o'clock midnight, ofthe 3'st
Applicant must possess beauty
or its equivalent in currency.
She must possess a sweet and
forgiving disposition, and, when
ne- ebeek is kissed, turn the other
(this is, if the right man is kissing.)
She may not chew gum.
Nor> wear long dresses on the
Nor frequent sewing circles.
=orgo around begging for ebari
o?i-read the paper first in the
Nor-talk when I am sleepy
Nor sleep when I am talking.
Nar trade my clothes to wander
4ftItlians for Sower vases.
" r borrow money from my vest
4-pocket while I sleep.
)or hold a looking-glass- over
my face, at such time, to make me
teal.'noW. . - -
She must believe in the sudden
attack of chills, and make allow
c.s for their effeetsof the ner
Wbeb'her "old bear'cones.home
from "meeting afew friends" rathetr
affectionate, she must not take a4.
' O,fhis stateza6d wheedle
iIm into trips to watering places.
And above all, she may not
on such occasions Oft ipecac into
the coffee ..she prescribes for hii
-.he must not sit up for hiii
when he happens to. be detained
to,a late hour on hi. committee.
-Est-wien hie does return, tired
and sleepy, she will be espeeted to
gem. t:th othMr side apd
've1~In b'r ow4 warm place -.
* ?A d-ossesing the foregoisgj
qualifications, positive and pIega.
tilea hadlear of sorasthing to: her
adt8ggiby inclosingared stamp.
* 'All jgposals nmust. be accom
~aied by aatisfactory evidaee ol
ritO- applicant tdosupport- a
ls isrthe style 46 which he
~ ow To PaOMOTI PAes ?N- A
m1v-1 Remember that.-or
will is likely to be crushed every
day, so prepare forit.
1.NNyerybody in the liouse has
aa.evil na.ture as well as ourselves,
and therefore, we are not to expedi
* '~ . 'To learn-the different temper
'n4 disposition of each individual.
'4. Toelook ona each member of
Sb.famiily a one of whom - w
5.~ When -any good happens tc
yone to rejoice at. it.
& When inclined to give ar
.9AfJ answer, to "overcome evj
7. If from sftekneps, pain, or in
brmity, we fbel irritable, to keep i
pijt watch over ourselves.
8. ITo observe when others. ar<
stfering, and drop a word of kind.
assmo4uympstby'Iuited to them
S. o watch the little oppor
4 eso-lesn and 'to spel
litte anoyances out of the way
10. To take a cheerful view ot
everything,- even of the weather
11. To speak kindly to the
servaate-to praise them for little
We~gg when y:ou can.
12. In all little pleasures which
mlay occur,to putyourself last.
13. To try for "the soft answeJ
that turneth away wrath."
A PEuoPosAL,.-On the 14th o
* 2ast February, a young gentlemai
residing in Leicester, sent the fol
lowing Valentine to a young ladj
Delicate liars And Radiant Eyes
Scatter Their Wilds In Leicester;.
Leicester Your Offer Under-Boys,
,Emhrlfaldenl Is Not. Esther.
In the course of a few days hb
received this answer:
Declare, Edwin ! Can Love Impart
Never Entrancement Dearer,
Wili Interest Thy Hand-Thy Heart,
And Never Kiss Sincerer ?
It will be seen on examination
that the initial verses are from th<
.words, "Dearest will you be mine?
and those of the second, "Decline<
with thanks." This is the mos
elaborate and the most veiled wa'
of proposing and refusing we havy
-Too LATE_ young couple
eloped from a neighboring town,
lately, and when at a safe distance
from home were married. Soon
after an officer was sent in pursdit,
and arriving at the hotel where
they were stopping, he immediate
fly entered their room and found
them snug in bed. He explained
ids errand, when the young lady
said, with a ringing laugh : "Tell
ma itis too late-we've been mar
ried some time, and have been in
bed half an hour. Tel he! he-ee !
Don't get out of bed for him,
For the truth of the above, we
refer to Cy. Binks.-Pigua Jour
A facetious gentleman travel.
ing in the country, on irriving
at the road-side inn in the evening)
was met by the ostler whom he
thus addressed: "Boy, extricate that
quadruped from the vehicle, stab
ulate him, devote him an adequate
supply of nutricious aliment; and
when the Aurora of morn shall
again illumine the oriental horizon
I will reward you with a pecuniary
compensaton for your amiable
hospitality.''The boy not under
standing a word ran into the house
saying " Master, here's a French
man wapts to see you."
How DEw You DEw ?-"Why,
Uncle Dewlittle, how dew do you
dew ? How does Aunt Hannah
dew, and what is she dewing now?
Dew tell us all about the news.
OovAe;devsit up to the table and
dew as we dew ; dew help your
self, dew ; and dew talk .some and
dew not malee e dew all the talk
ing, 'for I shan't .dew it. Now,
dew say something, -dew." "Oh.
dew dry up, dew," said the -old
man; "give ipe half a chance to
say something, dew."
How TO DETECT COUNTERFEITS.
-The following is published as an
infallible rule by which Couinter
feit "green-backs" may be detect
"Divide the last two figures of
the number of the bill by four, and
if one remain, the letter on the
genuine will be A ; if two remain,
itwill.be B; if three C; should
there be no remainder, the letter
will be D. For example, a note is
registered 2,461, divide 61 by 4
and you have 1 remaining. Ac
cording to this rule the letter on
this note will be A. in case the
rule fails, be certain that the bill
The Columbia correspondent of the
Gharleston News, in noticing the return
of .Governor Scott, among other fea
tures connected with his trip, says the
Governor states that leading railroad
men and capitalists, worth ten and
twelve million dollars, are anxiously
awaiting the- thorough establishibent of
civil law in the State, when they are
ready to give their money and cnergies
in any railroad enterprise in the South
which has a shadow of .promise of being
safe and profitable to themselves, as- well
as to the communities to be beiellt ted
by their construction. All they want to
be assured of is that the old citizens
recognize fully the laws passed by Con
gress and tbe Legislatures of the various
States, and will act up to them faithfully.
Governor Scott has no doubt..whatever
of being able to go on to the completion
of the Blue Ridge RilIr.oad. if the present
peace of the State be m:ainitaiied, an'l
the -people forget, for the timne, all politi
cal issues, and devote thetuselves to their
. Damr Or GENERAL WADDY THOMPSON
-The telegTaph this pwr:ipzg.antiomaces
the death of General Waddy Thonztp'son,
ini Tallaharkee.yesterday; at the advan
reed age of seventy. Gen. Thomp~.on
was born at Pickens Court H -use, in
this State, St ptembher 8. V)98, graduated
at the Sauthi Carolina COlahge in 1814,
and was admitted to the bar in 1q19. He
was solicitor oif the Western Circuit for
several years, afterwards a member of
the Legislature, and La:er still- a member
of Con1gre:s from~(his State. He was in
Cong 'as from 1885 to 1841, and served
in 1840 as chairman of the. Committee
on Military Affairs. In 1842 he was ap
pointed Minister Plenipotentiary to Mex
ico, and he afterwards published a very
interesting book about that country and
his mission. His title of General was
obtamned in the militia service, and he
had passed from the stage of action he
fore the war which made such titles
more plentiful. His death will be re
gretted as the breaking of another link
in the chain which binds the palmy days
of Carolina, when Calhoun was a giant
in the Iand.--Charlteston News, Nov. 24.
-Gen. Bravo,.a royal General of Spai-n,
not long ago sentenced a five-year old
chil to death for being the son of a rebel.
The child not understanding the situa
tion, moved about, and by extraordinary
luck was not touched. The General then
coolly threw it an orange, and, while it
- was stooping to pick it up, a second vcl
ley stretched it dead.
COLUMBIA, S. C. -
FIRST CLASS HEJTEL,
$3.00 Per Day.
Win. A. - Wright, Manager.
Nov. 11 t amas
In the District Court of the
UNITED S FATES, for South Carolina, Oct.
Term, 1868. In the matter of Henry Stone,
Bankrupt-Petition for full and final dis"
charge in Bankruptcy.
Ordered, that a hearing be had on the 23d
day of December, 1868. at Federal Court
House in Columbia.-S. C ; and that all cred
itors, &c. of said bankrupt apoear at said
time and place, and shew cause, if any they
can, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not be granted And that the 2nd and 3rd
meeting< of creditors of said bankrupt will
he held at the office of Henry Summer, Esq.
Register of 3rd Con. District, S. C., on 19th
day of Dec 1868, at 11 a. m.
By order or ibe Cott, the 30th day of No'
Clerk District Court United States,
Dec: 249 3t. For South Carolina.
In the District Court of the
UNITED STATES, for South Carolina, Oct.
Term, 1868 In the matter of John R. Shu
ler of Lexington County-Bankrupt. Peti
tion for full and final discharge in Bank
Ordered, that a hearing be had on the 23d
day of Decenther, 1868. at Federal Court
House in Colunhia. S. C ; and that all cred
itors, &c , of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and shew cnuse, if any they
can, why the prayer of the Petitioner should
not -e granted. And that the 2nd and 3rd
meeti,gstf-cre"ditors of said b'ankrupt will he
held at the office of Hrnrv *nmmer, Esq'r,
Register or 3rl Con. District, S. C , on 21st
day of December. 1868, at 12 m:
By order of the Court, the 27th day of No
Cierk District Court United States.
Dec. 2 49 3t. For South Carolina.
In the Dist ict Court of the
UNITED S LATES, for South Carolina Oct.
Term. 1808 In the matter of John P. Anll
of Newberry County-Bankrupt. Petition
for Full and final discharge in Bankruptcy.
Ordered. that a hearing be bad on the 18th
day of December, 1868, at. Federal Court
House In Columbia. S. C ; and that all cred%
itors, &c., of said Bankrupt appear at said
time and place, and shew eanse. if any they
can, why the prayer of the Petitioner should
not be granted. And that the 2nd and 3d
meetings of creditors of said Bankrupt will
be held at the office of Henry Summer. Esq.,
Register of third (3) Congressional District,
S. C ; on 15th day of December, 1868, at
By order of the Court, the 19th day of No
Clerk District Court United States.
Nov. 25 48 3t. For South Carolina.
In the District Court of the
UNITED STATES, for Sonth Carolina. Oct.
Term, 1868. In. the matter of Wade H.
Setzler-Bankrupt. Petition for Full and
Final Discharge in Baukruptcy.
Ordered, that a hearing be had on the 15th
day of Dec. 1 S S, at Federal Court House in
Columbia, S. C; and that all creditors, &c,,
of said Bankrupt appear at said time and
place, and, shew cause, if any they can,
why the prayer of the Petitioner should not
be granted. And that the 2nd and 3d meet
ing of Creditors of said Bankrupt will be
held at the office of Henry Summer, Esq.,
Register of (3d) third Congressional Dis
trict, S. C., on the 5th day of Dec. 1868, at
By order of thte Court, the 17th day of
Clerk District Court United States.
Nov. 25 48 St. For South Carolina.
In the District Court of the
UNITED STA i ES-FOR THE D!STRICT
of South Carolin-In B,inkriiptcy.-In the
Matter of William Summer, a bankrupt.
N o t i e e .-Willi4im Sutmmer, who has
been adjudged a Bankrupt, on his. Own pe
tition, having filed his petition prayintg his
final discharge, 'all creditors who have
ooved their debits anid other pereons in
interest, are hereby not itied to appear be
fore te United States Court at Columbia,
ini said Disrieir, on the 27th day cf. Novemt
ber, A. D. 1868, at 11 o'clock A. M., to show
cau<e if any they have, why said prayer be
And wilt further take nofice that a second
and third meeting of Crtvditrs in. this case,
will be held at thte offiegof Henry Summer,
Eq , Register at Newbi-ry C. H'. 'on Tues
day the 24th day of November, at 11 o'clock,
A. M. -
By order of Court.
Clerk ,District Court Un,ited States,
nov 18 47 3t For south Carolina.
District Court of the United States.
F,r the District of South Carolina. In
Batnkruptcy. I-: the matter of J. G.
By whom a p.etition for atijudication of
Ban gruptcy was tiled on the 16th day of
Noemnber, A. D., 1868S, in said Court.
.This is to give notice that on the.'2Oth day
of Nov'r, 1868, a warrant of Bankruprtcy
was issued azainst the Estate of J. G Lip
ord, of Chiappel's depot, New berry District,
sate of South Carolitna who has bee'n ad
jdged a bankrupt oni his own petition:
that the payment of any debtr and the de
livery of any property beleaging to said
Bankrupt ; to him, or for hisI use,' and the
trnsler of-any property by hirn., are for
hidden by law ; and that a meeting of- the
crditors oh said Bankrupt, to .prove their
dbts, anid to --hoose 0one or more Assignees
of his estate, will he held at a.Court of Bank-'
ruptcy', to he holden at NewberryCur
House, Soeuth C:arelina, b'efore llenpy Sum
ner, Esq., Register, ont the 9th day of
Decemtber, A. D., 1868, at 12 o'clock M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
. U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
by A. P. PIFEa,
Nov'25 3t. Deputy Mlessenger.
District Court of the United States.
For the l:Wtiet 0 South Carolina, in Bank
ruptcy, in the matter of Jacob Luther
By whom a Petition for adjudication of
fankruptey was filed on- the 18th day o:
November, A. D., 1868, in said Court..
Tis is to give no:iee that on' the 23rd
da y of November, 1868, a warrant of Baunk
ruperc, wts issued againtst the estate of
Jacob Luther Aull of Newberry County, and
State of .South Carolina, who has been
adjudged a banikrupt on his own peti
tioni That the.paymtent of any debts and
the delivery of any. property' belonging to
said bankrupt ; to him, or for his use, and
the transfer of any property by him is for
bidden by law; antd that a meetintg of the
creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts, and to choose onte or mnore Asaignees
of h's estate, wtll be held! at a Court of
Bankruptcy, to be holden at Newberry Court
H ouse ,South Carolina, before Henry Sum
mer, Register, Ott the 19th day of Decemoer,
A. D., 1868, at 12 o'clock, M.
J. P. M. EPPING,
U. S. Marshall as Messenger.
A. P. PIFrn, Deputy Messenger.
Dec. 2 49 St.
District Court of the United State.
For the District of South Carolina. In Bank
ruptcy. In the matter of John Mayer-Bnk
To-whom it may concern :The undersigned
herby gives nto ice of his appointment as As,
signee of the estate of John Mayer, of the dist.
ot Lexington, and st'ate of South Carolina, with
in said district, who ha's been adjudged a bank
rut uonhis own petition by the district court
of sadasrict. Dated 25th day of Novr, A. D.,
1868. F. H. DOMINICK, Assignee.
ov. 254 AS3t.
Dr. J. D. Bruce
. Having resumed the practice of Medicine,
tenders his professional services to the ptublic.
Office in the building formerly occupied by
Mr. John A. Chapman, and opposite Mrs.
ont. 12 32tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry County-In the Circuit Court.
James R. Wilson, vs. Thomas R. Wilson
It appearing to my satisfaction, that Thos.
R. Wilson, Wm. C. Wilson, Maria Capple
man, Henry Capp'enian and the children of
John Wilson, dec'd, parties defendants, are
absent from and without the limits of this
State, on motion of Messrs. Jones &
Jones, Complainant's So+'s, it is ordered,
that the said absent defendants do plead,
answer or demur to t'is bill within forty
days, from the publication hereof, or the
same will be taken, pro coufesso against
Clerks office, THOS. M. LAKE,
Nov. 9 7t C. C. P.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Abner W. Reeder, and .wife Elizabeth, vs.
Joseph I itts and others. Petit on for
It appearing to my satisfaction that Jo
seph Davenport and Elizabeth his wife, de
fendants in the abowe stated case, reside
without the limits of this State. On motion
of Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope, Solicitors for
petitioners, it is ordered that said defend
ants do plead, answer or demur to said pe
ti,ion on or before the 29th day of Decem
her next, or the same will be taken pro
confeso against them.
- Given under my hand this 19th Nov. 1865.
JOHN T. PETERSON, J. P. N. c.
Nov. 25 4S 5t.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
N EW BERRY.
Thomas Philips, vs. Mary J.' Whitmire and
others. Petition for Partition of the
Re .1 Estate of Mary R. C. Whit
It appearing to ny satisfaction that Moses
Whitmire one of the defendants in the
above stated case, resides without the limits
of this State. On motion of Baxter, Solici
tor for Petitioner, it is ordered that he do
p!ead, answer or demur to said petition on
or before the 4th day of January next, or
the same will be taken pro confesso -aeinst
him. JOHN T. PETERSON,
Nov. 25 48 6t. J. P. N. c.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA..
Newberry County-In the Probate Court.
Henry V. Dominick and others vs. Enoch
M. Lake and Anna R. Lake. Petition
to prove Will.iu due form of Law.
It appearing to my Esatisfaction that
Enoch M. Lake, one of the heirs at law and
distributees of Benjamin6Lake, dec'd, late
of Newberry County, resides beyond the
limits of this,State. This is to give notice
that an application is on file in this Court
to prove the will of said :deeeased in due
form of law, the absent defendant is hereby
notified to be and appear before me in said
Court, on or before the 11th day of January
next, to shew cause if any he can, why the
said will shall not he pr,ven in the manner
aforesaid. JOHN T. PETERSON,
Dec. 2 49 6t. Judge of Probate, N. C.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By John T. Peterson, Probate Judge, of New
Whereas. J. Daniel Epps baa applied to
me for Letters of A dministration, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights
and credits of Dr. Jas. M. Epps, late of the
county aforesaid; deceased:
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular,' the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased. to be and appear before
me, at our next Probate Court for the said
County. to be holden at Newberry 'Court
House on the 14th day of Dec.. inst, to show.
cnuse, if any why the said Administration
should not be granted.
Given under my h:'nd and Seal, the 30th
day of Nov.. in the year of our Lord1
one thousand eigh t hiundred and sixty-eight.
John T. Peterson, P. J. N. C.
Dec. 2 49 2t.
Puisuant to an order fromn John T. Pe
terson, Judge of Probate l'or Newberry
County, I will sell at public outcry, at. the
residence of the late Daniel Hughey, near
On the 15th of December next,
The personal property of said deceased,
Cows and Calves,
Hogs and Sheep, -
Corn and Fodder
20 Bales of Cotton,
Household and Kitchen Furniture
Blaksmith Shop and Tools,
Farming Implemen ts, &c.;&C.s
Terms of sale cash.
MARY A. HUGIIEY,.Adm's.
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trian figurses. Every member ot the family is as
hthfully likenessed as the photographas, which
were given to the artist froam the hands of the
General himself, hare power to express. This
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This -magnificent pictur e and a copy of
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The Pomaria Nurseries have been greatly im
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ofering to his patrons the bet collection of?
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J. B. BURR & CO., Hartford, Conn.
Dec. 249 tf.
SOUTHERN JOIrAE Ol.ED[I1TION.
OFFICE SUP'T PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, FRAN
The Southern States have a unit of interest
in the great measures of'educational referm,
both of a public and private character, which
are, and are to be, inauga'rated throughout
our section. The wreck and. destructi9tn of
such institutionis and interests- consequent
upon the war and the usurpation by the
dominatnt power of' the-people's rights con'.
spre to make ibe4pestionis involved orliisl
and peculiar. We have no commloni or;:tn
of communicutioni and no advocate of outr
peculiar interest throughout the State4 of
the South. Kenitucky is awaketuing and
moving to complete her school-eys'emn, as
well as to phice herself in the f:ont rank of
L,rue.eduCaonal r&formu -
Whit she nteeds every State in the South
needs,-just what will interest all! With
the two- told ohjcet.ofrmeetitg a speciml and'
peneral necessity at the samte time, thc Snu,
perintendent of Publie iistr'uction for Ken'.
tucky basassgopated Ihusefwith:Jlohn T.'
lern of' tie t'.utherni Journtal of' Education
for the purpo.~e of' conducting sachi'a' repre-.
sentative or'gan as our sectionf needs.
This pe'riodlical has been conducted sue
eessully for otne year, and is highly en'.
dorsed by Sonthem~ Educ4ttors and- Editors
It is a 48 page octavo monthly, and fur-.
nished a t $2 peyr year; sintte copies 20 cen ts.
All r'ticleif'or insertion to be uddresse'd. to
E F. Suijta, Superin.tendent of Publie In
sructon,.F'ii'adoFt, Ky., and husiness coah
tunicatiouis to John T. 11earn's Shlbyville,
Dec. 2 9 tf. -_ _
Change of Schedule,
ON TiIE '.& U. R AIL RO AD.
On and after 2nd November 1868. the pas
senger train wvil leave Spartanburg Court
Houe, otn Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri
days at 7a. m.,.and arrive atAltonl at 1.30
p. m., connecting with the Greewville down
trai, atnd tratns fo'r Charlotte and Cha'res
On uesddys, Thursdays and Saturdays,
the up passenger triain -connecting wi.h the
Greenville yp traies, .will leave. Alston at 9
a. mn.,- imn hrrive at $partanburg Court
Hose at 3 20 p. mn., as per following sched,.
DOWN TBAIN. UP.TRAINt.
Spa'tanburg, 00 00 | 7.00 1 3 20. I 00 00'
Pacolet. 7 451| 748 I2 32 I 2.35
Joesville, 8 251| 830 I1 50 I' 1.55
Uionville, 9.15 I 9 49 I12.40 I 1 05
San tc, 10 16 | .10.21 I1203 I 19 08.
Shelton, 11 10 | 11 12 I11.06 I 11 08
Lvles Ford, 11 36-1 118 38 143 j :10 42
Strote-,' '''12 02 I 12 05I 10' 12 r'10.15
Alston, 1 20| 3 00 10 00Ol 9.00
T HOM AS 13 JEf E, President.
Nov 11th, 1868.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILl ROAD,
-SOUTH CAItONNA RAILIrdAI,
A pril 28. 1868.
T4E -FOLLOWING- FRELGIT TARIFF
nom Nashvillfe and Chattanoog" to Colum,'
bia will take effect from and after this date:
From ' Frm
To Columbia. Nashville. Chattanooga.
Bacon per 100 lbs.........83 62
Oats per bushel.........28 21.
Corn per bushel.........3 27
Wheat, rye an d barley per
bushel.............. .431 321
Pork and beef p.er barrel... .$2 57 $1 92
Flour, apples, onions and
potatoes per barrel... 1:59 1 19
Whiskey, high wines and
alcohol,............... 3.95 . 2 95
(Sine;) -- -H.T. PEAKE,
May 7 General Superintendent.
Goodspeed's Fountain Pens.
Sixtv lines w'ritten with one pen of Ink.
The fountaitn h.as been attached to Good
.pee's celebrated Goldeni Pen. War'rant
ed to be the best Fountain mr the World.
Sample sent for 1t) ets , ani assorted box for
25 t., or a full gross, post paid, for $3.00.
$0a daty guaranteed to activ'e agenits.
Adde.s, J. T. PRICE & CO,
Oct. 14 42 2mo. '1 Park Ro w, N. Y.
The undersigned respectfutlly gives notice
that, he is prepared to M AKE, ot' REPAIR
any kind of CABINET WARE, in the ceat
est and most satisfactory tnanner. W,2rk
solicited. Prices reasonable.
Fisk's Metallic Burial Cases,.
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
hand a full assortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, besides. coffin.
of his own make, all of which he is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
railroad will have them sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand' and will be
furnished at the rate of A10.per day.
Thankful for past patronage, the sub
scriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the same, and assures the public that
no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
R. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The subscriber takes pleasure in announc
ini to thik community that, having made
all necessary arrangements, he will be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderato Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct.7 41 tf. Newberry C. If., S. C.
Z. L. WHITE,
Of all kinds of FIREARMS, LOGK$, &c.
Has on band Pistols and Guns of all ap
proved makes. Ammunition., such as Car.
tridges, Caps, Powder and Shot.
Shot Pouches,. Flasks, Bags, - and everv
other kind of Sporting Apparatus. Besides
many other articles of various characters
All kinds-of -REPAIRING neatly and ex
p ditio'isly executed, and at low rates.
In addition to the above, I am prepared
to fill orders for all kinds of vehicles, such
of the celebrated manufacture of ,COOK,
w! ere Stiles Hurd, formerly of this place,
procured hid stock. All orders promp ly
Z. L. WHITE.
April 15 16 tf.
No. 1 Peruvian Guano, $61 per ton, in
gold, or its equivalei,t in currency.
Bruce's Concentrated Fertilizer, in bar
rels, per ton, $50).
Pure Ground Bone, in barrels, per ton.
Hone and Meat, in barrels, per tory $38
Fish Guanio, ini barel
Aulta Vel.t GtWe, '2o.
S-aa 12i.31 G. no, in bag,~ or barrels,
Silpi:aie of Soda, in b:ar.rels, per1&i:, $..
~oliib!e Pa itic Guartfo, 56t;.
Best SuPppih;phae, containng en per
ceunt. soluble phosphorie neid,. and three
per cent. amonia, pur up in buge or bar
iels. Price 855 per toi.
Cubant Guntlan fm eaves, colntaiii --
besides the nuua phosphates and orgaic~
matter-five to iix per cent. of nitrate of
pota'h., . An exaellent appul.i:tin for piota
toes, tobacco, cottoin, etc. Price ii bjas,
$35 per ton.
South Qairolbia Phosphate,. grond -and
put in bags or barrels.
Navassa Guano, by the cargo, in lu .p
For sale by
GEO. E WHITE,
150) Front Street, N. Y.'
Oct. 14 4~2 6mo.
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
ON and after WEDNESDAY. the 12th
instant, Passenger Trains will run daily,
Sundays excepted. co.nnecting with Night
Trains on South Carolins' and Charlotte and
South Carolina Rairoade, as follows:
Leave Columbia at............7.00 a.. m.
"Newberry at...........10 10(
Arrive 'at A bbev.ille at...........3 00 p. m.
Atat Andersofi a:.......420 ..
" at Greenville at........500 "
Leave Greenville at...........5 45 a. m.
" Anderson at.......... ..6-25-"
" Abbeville at...-...8.00 "
"Newberry at..........12 35. p. m.
" Alston at..............21 "&
Arrive at Columbia at..........3.45 "
Trains o6 the Blue Ridge Railro'ad liril
also-run daily, Sundays excepted.
Leave Anderson at............4 30 p. m.
"Pendleton at............6 30 "
Arrive at WValhalla at.,...r... ..7.30"
Leave WValhalla at....... 3 30 a. m.
"Pendleton at............5.30 .
Arive at Anderson at. ......620 "
The train will return from Belton to An
derson on Monday and Friday mornings.
-JA MES 0.- MERED[TH,
Aug 17th, 1868.
"The Christian lieighbor?."
On Thursday, A pril 2d, 18 8. 1 shall commence
the weekly publication of THBI CHRISF'IAN
NEIGH B.OR; in the-eity of Columbia, S. C.
It will be an A DvocAvy.; 1.. Of Christianity
universl4 also particular, 'as oppota -o ,
ofrensive or defensive.: -2. Of the Inteirnt Unit
of the Church, as opposed to the puetenuiona o
externalismi. 8. 0O- Methodism. a-holding the
Head, and as consistin g with the essentials, lib
erty and charity of Christianity. 4. Of Civil
Government and Patriotism, as they consist with
the Divine Government and G3eneral Benignity.
5. Of 1 quality, as it consists with Christianized
common sense. 6. Of Education, physical, men
tal, religibus and'mdral,- as of the first impor%
A REcoaDER of General Intei)igence from the
household, agricultural, .scientitic, artiAcial,
commercial aund political world..
And an ADVEf-rISKU- of the respectable and
Care will be exercised to excelude improper
matter, and to pnt in that wich will instruct
the Children and the School, and edify the
Adults and the Church. --
Tha question of the censistency of war with
Christianity will, when under consideration, be
treated as fart as we can in a Christian spirit.
A nd, while the denominational leature of the
paper will.be Methodistic, we shall endeavor "to
meeD therunity of the spirit in the bond of peace"
with all branches of the Church that hold Christ.
The effort will be to make the weekly visits of,
T E NEIGH BoR agreeable and profitable to every
Terms in Advanee or within 3 Xonths t
Every subscriber is authorized to act as sa
agent, and will, after pying 82.00 for his own
paper, be credited with 10 per cent. on all.
amounts received from him for THE NEIGHnOn.
A limited number of advertisements will be re
ceived at the customary rates.
U5 Persons remitting money by mall will de
posit the letter in the l"ost Ofliceein the presence.
of a witness, ar.d In ease the money is not re'.
ceved. the certificate of deposit will be forward-,
ed to us.
W T'he receipt of all sums of money sent will
be acknowledged in the paper, in connection
with the subscriber's name.
07y Office on Main street, next to Robert
Bryce & Son.
Address: SIDI H. BROWNE,
Columbia. S. C.
P. S. Agents and other friends to the enter..
prise will please exert themselves and send in
subscrIbers and money by the last of March.
Carriage andu y
J. Taylor & Co.
Will keep constantly on han'd agend. As
sortment of fine BUGGIES of the mot ap
Droved styles and patterns, combining
lightness and durability. Built to order
light Rockaways, and Plantation Catdlges,
Pheatons, Top and no Top Buggies, ':
Old Carriages and Buggies renovateW'and
made to look as good as new. Repaing
done in the best manner and at reasenable
prices, and all work estimated on befe it
is repaired and a copf giveu to out lesto
mers. Special attention given to ~epimring
fine Carriages and Buggies, which-1s tor
tant to eonsomers. Freight wilibeeld,one
way, when sent by Rail Road wben re
pairs amount to over $100. -e use notiing
but the best materials that cap.be bougb,-and
are willing to rely on the meritof out rk for
a liberal patronage. We invite the ex&mi
nation of our work and assure the.. pHli
that we can build the same class^'"ot as
cheap if not cheaper than we can import it.
All of our work is warranted.
Our Factory is near the Depot.
Newberry, S. C., March 25 18 ly.
Don't Fail to'ry the Celeb a
ted Southern Tonic, Panknin's Hepa ti ,Bit
ters, an unfailing remedy for all Dleeis of
the Digestive Organs and the Liver. .Fer
sale by all Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the (ge
brated Southern Tonle, Panknin's Hepatis
Bitters, an unfailing remedy for al Die
eases of the Digestive Organs andtbe Liiet.
.For sale by all Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the Cle
brated Southern Tonic, Panknin's fepatie
Bitters, an unfailing remedy for pjl Dis
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver.
For sale by all Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the Cele
brated Southern Tonic, Panknin's Hepitie
Bitters, an unfailing remedy for all Dis
eases of the Digestive Organs and the Loer.
For sale by all Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the Gee
brated Southern Tonic, Panknin's gepatie
Bitters, an unfailing remedy for all Liseaaes
of the Digestive Organs and the Liver. For
sale by all Druggists.
Don't Fail to Try the Cele
brated Southern Tonic, Panknin's Hepatie
Bitters, an unfailing remedy for all Diseases
of the Digestive Organs and the Liver, For
sale by all Druggists.
Columbia, S. C..
Within fifty yards of the Greenville and
Charleston Railroad Depots, coiner Gkfiais
and Gadsden streets.,..
RarEs.-Board, per week, $12.50; ier
day, $3 ; Supper, break fast and todgig,;
Single Meals, $1.
A No. 1, Livery Stable in com:eeioni4th
the Hotel, Carriages, &c., for hire a& pH
hours of the Day and Night.
Aug. 19 Proprieto.
Charleston, S. C..
The uindersieb,ed hav~ing taken~ chiar.ie .
th. abovs we.ll known. ilotel, respessfully
in:ferni. his friends and the travellig publio
that it has been refurniished in all of its de
ptrtmients. The' talde will :at all times be
hpp.llied wi:h the best thec Market affords,
including esser delicacy in .season, while
the cui.sine will be uinexceptionable. The
Bah flooms~ attpecd to the 5lotel st
p,lie d with 4ic. celebrated Artesiaht
and iot, Cold er Showe'r Batths can he ob
tain-.d .at a niy. :tiipe The- saane atntion
will be pauid to the consfort of the guests as
heretofore,- and travellers carn rely upon
finding rhe Chstown Hotel -equsl to any
in the United Srates. The pfttro e .f
the t ravelling .pblie~ i.s'respectfuIy soli' -
J.'P. HORBACH. Agent,
Jan. 15 3 tf. Proprietor.
NOWd R.EST OR k#.
Just published, a new -edition of D'iCa.
verwell's Celebrated Essay on the radi
cal eure (without medicine) of' Sperm*tor
rhea, or Sendnal Weakness, Involengy
Sermical Losse,, Imnpoteney, MnG 4S
Physical Incapacity, Impediment, to ear
-riage, etc.; also, Consum~ption, Epleg
and Fits, induced by self-indulgeneeog
unl ex.travagance. - ..
IgrPrice,in aseaed enivalop., 681y 6
.The celebrated author, in the admiratife
.essay, clearly demonstrates fromi a 'tlafy
years' successful practice, that the alsrnig
consequences-of self-abuse may be radically
cured withonzt the use of internal * )ine
or.tlie application of. the .ltc fe pemting
out a mode of cure at once simple, .ceraka,
and effectual,.by vpeans of which every suf
ferer, no matter what his conditionm gie
may cure himself cheaply, privately,-and
W This Lecture shoufd bel in el'mnds
of every-youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelop to
any.adrspspi icited s
or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culverwell's
"Marriage Guide," price,25 cents. Address
- CHAS. J. C. KLINE & ,
127 BroadWiay, N. Y., Poet Ece Box
The subscriber respeothN)y calls to.
tention of the public to the fiet t t
still on hand and prepared ts. eecate all
work in his line of busipess, either in
Carriage, Buggy or Wagon
. . Work.
In a workmanlike and expeditious manner,
.and at prices in accordance with thetm ,
-Having an experienee of twenty4vey
'n d having worked in all the principal eta -
of the Soauth, in the best carriage houses,'!
am confident of my ability to giv6eenip
Give me a trial and be convinced,
Shop in rear of Nathan Btunterad at
tached to my residence.
May 6 O6mo GEO. BOLAND.
Dr. R. S. Whaley's
The subscriber offers is.
ducementa-In the way of
Good Work and Low Prices
to one and all requiripg .his-.professiot)al
services. Perfect satisfaction guarntied.
Purinies the Blooda