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Aid great M.ae, w" rds ei th iny.r .aid,
' ut~ ! dsr}ju1et'Jitrtl'g, .: -
Ia gLd! Oh, e- y et theriw oo blood
r wv ranug-cek Cefe mud weelt.
l# ar tb.uped wo, dron4y pta-pat,
Df IdY'jkaow what it meant
Oe+e gt btbe said I must lump on his.-sed,
For . Cw nw-wasIh.g tatti
i was sa tafrad but he coaxed and @oxed,
,gu# e s> a at ha-t
rad o tsartimg in aerry gler..
'>T ms_l bos Iine hi+ corse he beut,
- "; S rmplirst btked .t each otther and sHed,
But 1 didn't kuow what it taeant. -
y Ta*' ee ea visd, .d thr terebed hk eye
Witr1's't tw n't-deeper blue; -
grve to his4m a maulier greee
C 4'o ris f'e.a warthier hue
V.tead y 1taauy rtlip4*a9 bropk
wh -the .4y was.aelmo14t sF+ent.
wiipero were soft as the Igl1absi.
Aisd--pw I kauw what it mesof!
re. enh DeteieFro Press, November 21.
W- emarkable Story.:
A WIDow MARRIED TO HER-OWN
JROTUER W1ol SHE HAD
There passed through this city
* ei-ay, ". route to Chicago, a
liy .i.boe> -.history:i .one-of the
most remarkallo ever brought >to
e notice. It has ble; well
M ~that truth. is stranger than
fetion, and the details of this lady s
*~~~~ 4f~~~ ~"
see propiety of we withhol4
her name, m-eriy i-elating the facts
as they were communeated"to Oar
reporter by one wheilid heard
her "strange, true story" from her
owin lips. In'838 her parenie
.emigrpted to-this country froii
"E ln,leaving behind them An
y son ten years of age, who hail
gg ed, as eabin-boy on-a' mer
chant vessel in the East Indiia
trae--they landing in New York,
w , footXh la er iie sub
jee+to othis sketch was born. While
she was yet a 'helpless infant,
. i par ied, andshe was
sent t4e Foundliag Home, where
'r haiged some time, 'when she
mm.Aally.adopted by'a lady and
gentleman who ~ then resided in
ElmiN. Y Of eogrse.sbe knew
notling of her sailor brother, ani
-6b grew up in the bdlief that she
T rI)y the chila ofiteffste.r
gparents. At the age. of.eighteeni
shkMewi n isascous goung
meehanie, and set out-for the greak
West. After travelling in various
ting fnalfsetCe<f . ini
*1ihete t&ey eontinged
* ous and happy 'until t'hv
storm of war burst upon the couni
~ Jh-her hesbtandein ein.
men, enlisted in General P ice'y
army. He served faithfully during
the first eighteri months' of~the
war, .but w~asfiE,sly killed in one
Wm'thIb'breaking out of the war.
* the lady of whom-we write had
lo her tram of,her foster parents,
*owl i to the disturbed condition
of thait portion .of the country in
3Jilihe reided, arrd after her
husband's deanth' she remotved to
'.8tLeiAis." In 18.63, s6e again. tnar
es4, ad her husband ery Warked
inThdhinissiin St. Louis. This a't
marriage was a t horoughly happy
-ou -nLin sthe eonrseof timae t wo
ch ren were born unto them.
* baj4.4g adually externded
Jis usines., operations, . so t hat
. *.meh Iof his 'time was 'necessairily
* ypent intraversing Labouat the (-oun.
tag and'd Wring one of his business
tours'he vis' eCbicago, where he
.bese agquainted wit.h a lady and
~gestiemian, who, by a fortunate
Shi~i it eeustanekes. he ascer
'tgrfie4 .re- tlWe longiost foster
parents of his wife. Delighted at
th?e discovery he had made, and
pleaseg; o~doubt witik ansticipa
4ioneofthe joyful-surperise heshould
- .give.''is .wife, the husband at
mcee -conicluded his business with
teintention of returning to
- iM. Louis, and bringing her to
Chicago for the purpose of reuniting
die with her friends, without have
ing firat prepared either party for
sea~navet. -On t he night of
his contemplated departure for
homen while con versing with Mr.
and Mrs.---, it happened that he
was led into a a recital' fhis ad
#$tt#es abon) the world, and 6e
fore the narrative was finisbed
his listeners knew that their
adopted daughter had' married her
own brother, who before.she was
born, had sailed for~ R!as- India.
Horn jeynd expression, the
wretched man fled from the horse.
and from that hour no tiedi s of~
him have ever'reached his friends.
This was in March last, and a few'
weeks later the wretched sister
wife was rendered comparatively
poor by the destruction of a large
portion of the property left in her,
hands, by fire. Although written
to by her, stricken friends, their
letters never reached her, and a fe w
. weeks since she started for Elmira,
,her early home. Upon her arrival
lmeie sh. learned the add ress nf her
foster prAmts, .wiktwhom she at
once co nnhiticat rivilnr them
fu..detaiL of her egerieuee8nco
ske bad irs.[bade- tiem farekell,
upon settng aout for-her zWqiern
h'nie. Thir an wer t<> heketter
dftaine a tt ittient of t-he terr"i
e$ discvepry of Lhe 'identi-ofher
ibandca~i 14l er, ;together
with an affectionate invitation to
comto to -thim .itL her children
anld s ime their 1ioiae.~ Heart;1
buketi and netrldy israzed byv tbe
strange denoueiment of. hei happ3
ni:ied life, the wretched - woman
ht ed to. aep.t the offer, &nd
this mnorning will doubtless see her
;t,uHited o ther.earlfest -and ear
ingshouldI reeeive tie 'areficl at
tention wov er$ Oren, as well a".
every man in the couutIy:
"A .child, beginning. tv read, be-,
eitis de1igfted wit h newspapers,
bemuse he ireads of names arid
"tbings.h -h1are_yeiy farniliar, and
Ae progreir according .
iAwstisper, hi ont) year, is .wortlr
a peartcr's ,ehooiirg. te a child,
and. ,every fath.er must . consider
that a substantial. information is
conne,ted *ith this adv:ncemen-t.
be. trenl}ofata; en
cE of its heads, and laving a more
iminediate charge 'ofelililaren
should, herself, be interested. A
mind, oGg,pied, beeogics fortified
against the ills of life, and is braced.
for any emergency, Ch_i d-ren
sed, byXeading o u yir'
L eis, considerate aid'niore
easily \governed. Ho;v many
thoughtles young men htve-pent
ttlisr ieareitfgs ins d rra'r mo -
.shop, who -rught to -hare'-4eerr
readib UIow ma'ny parents Who
devet' spent twenty. doias fOr
their fatl-leE 'on.lt-gladly have
given thousands of-. doUaws =to re
elairw son Qr daughter, -wio had
ignorantly and thoughtlesslyfallen
into temptation" .
SAiLE OF LAND
I will re-sell at th~e risk of-the former
purchaser, on - -
Wednesday; 30th day of -Dee. inst.,
at Eewberr's Uourt Ho'ose,-at ll-o'clock A.
M., all the right, title and interest, whkeb
Dr. W. K. Grifen, at th?e time ot' his Bank
ruptcy, had, in or to a
lyiCn n Newbetry Uount, en i,hdte River,
cor:tadag cei.nrdund ,sei.'reena and
c:.e .ha~flf(.17)45e miore or t.,e, t-.'ed;,t
bv 1::L33of T. A. Floyd, Jo.ha A. W.Eii: w
lsu4& Uteiy ow.ned by Susan f . Na.e, anid
TI~erms cash, ptreh'aser rc.sy for papers
Jo JN T. P'S .SON,
DJec S 50 4. . As.signee.
By order ei u.e lion. George 8. ryan,
Jud'ge of thre 12 S. iiu';et Cor for the
D)istridt of South Carcii,e, I till sell at the
residence cf Jacob) 9r~,.on
Wednesday ths.16th4ay of .Dec. in3t..
ChLoses in Action, I
belonging to thj Estate of Jacob 1;ibler
Bink rupt. Consistingof' --
1 note on j.* J. PIsnger for
1 n.ote on Jesse Bates for SS .i
I note on J. G. GibbsLa foSd.
And variou:s other notes, on J.
P. Kinard, II. H. Kiird and
J OHNi T..PETERSON,
Dec. 9 50 2L. Apsignee.
I wiJn sell at Newberrs Court House, on
Afonday, 4th day of Januta.ry .next,
A Tract df L and,
lying in Newberry Cor.n&y, conrtainivpg
.Two Hfundred Aires, -
more or less, adjii ing knds of Moses
Anderson, Wash Fioyd- -nd .ta-nee Work
mian, the real estate of William Peter-son,
Terms miade knon-n on day of' sale.
JAMES fl. CHAPPELL, Ex'or.
Dec. 9 50 4r.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newbes ry District-In Equity
G.eorgi'rnna Dickert. vs. H. H. Kinard, Trus
tee and others. Bill to change invest
. . mient of Trust E.state.
By order of thre Court, I will selIl, before
the Court House at Newberry, on Monday,
the 28th da'y of December, 1868, the lands1
belonging to (he separate Estate of Ge'orgi-~
ania Dickert situated on -Indian Creek, in
Newberry Distriet, containing two hundred
arnd thirty .acres muore or less. and bonn<ed
bW lands lof Mrs; Miller, Chesley Divis,
Georgre Oxnrer anid others.
TERMI4. -The .purchaser w ill be re*quired
to pay one-half of the purrchiase money in
cash and to secure ahe balance, payahie at
twelve months, with nterest from the Jay
of sale b y bond and mortgage of the premni
Com'rs Office, EITLAS JOHNSETONE,
Dec. @4t. *12 - c.L.D
FIRST CLASS HEJTEL,
$3.0OO Per Day.
Win. A. Wright, Manager.
Way. 11 AA Iw=o=
- . nE "tt ~CoDNTY.
By John T. Peterion, Probate Judge, of
Whereas, W. Ilillary Saber, hs ap
plied-to me for Letters of Administra'n, de
bonis non, with will annexed, on- all and
sin gular the goods and ch.mtels," cights and
credits of Charles .F. llgh, lite of the county
These are therefore to cite and .admonish
all and'siugulat, the kiidred and creditors of
ttie'said deceased, to he and uppear before
me, at our next Probate Court for the
s1id County. to be holden at Newberry Court
loue,.on-the 2st t.dty. of Dee.; to show
cause; if anf; Aby- the said Administration
should not le granted.
Givt under my hatd and ~seal, this; 7th
day of Dec ; in the vear of our Lord one
tlionat d eight hunrdd and sixti-eigbt.
20IrN I. PETEl RON, i'.a.N.C.
In _he District Gourt.of the
U?i fE) ST A fES. for Sonth Carolina, Oct.
Tertn, 1868 In the naitier of 1 homas H.
Chao pell-Bankrnpt. Peti:ion for full and
tinal di-cltare in Bankruptcy..
. O.dered, tbat'a he-ring bt had on the rb
day 6f January, 1809, at Federal Court
Uouse in Charleston. " C.; andthat all cred,
Itors, &c., of said Bankrupt appear at sao
time a'rd pl,ce, and shew eane If any they'
can, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not be granted. And that the 2nd . and 3d
neetings of ctedit ors of said bankrupt will be
heldat the offie of Iletnrv Satmuier..- 'r,
It-gis'er o13:d Cou' tti:trier S. C., on 29th
day of Decerbcr."18f68, a t 12 m". -
By order,of the Court, the 7th day of Dc.
Clik-Dastrict1 ourt United States,
ec: 9150-3t. For South Carolina.
,.: .,the Djtrict .Ourt..of the
UNI-fEn Cl'ATES, for South Carolina, Oct.
Tef 188. - Ntfe matter ofY S. ,Bowers
of 8ew.eriy Cont--t?trapt. , Petition
FA'r funl'and final discharge in Dankruptcv.
Orde*o'ed ,-tha-beari g be-iad on the 22d
d ,v of c. 1868. at F4eral Court House'in
Columbia. S. C rand that all creditors, kc.
of said Ba kmpt tppear at sd- te and
Sareatnd sketr caune, if aty iLbety 'i. why
the,prayer. of the petitioner - shoud not be
gcaaied; And that the 2nd and 3d meetirgs
of creditor, of said Bae-krupt wil be he'd at
the offec of Henry-ummer, E-q'r Ri gister
of 3rd Con. ir)Nriet S. C , ou 19th. day of
Deet-mher 183t11 a.t m
By Qrder of the Court, the 5th, day of De
- . DANEEL HORLBEC8,
, Glik Ditri Cou't United States.
iec. 9 50 3t. - For Scuth "ar5liea.
In the District Court of the
IU'E) SLt1 ES, tor .&il; Carolina. Oct
1'erm. 18f8 In the matter Qf Ienry. Su:n
S-t Nviberv Co.nty-Baartr-- Peti
toa'ftr Aiff and fnal disehaige in Bank,
O:lerod, that a hearing be had-en the. 22d
d.:v of .eember, 18i8,- at Federal- Court
Hou'e in Columabla. S. C ; and that all cred
i:frs. kc., of said Bankrupt appear at said
.ia npibnkpe a:d sh?w cat,e,. if any they
can.' by the prayer of the petitioner should
not be ganted. And that the 2nd and 3d
meetings of ereditors of said Bankrupt will
be, held at the ofilee of Ueurg Su4mer. E-q.,
Register of 3.1 Con District of S. C , on 19th
day of Dicemgber. 1868. at 11 a m.
By order.of the Court, the 5th day of De'
- DANIEL HO1RTBECK,
Ciirki)istr5ct Court United States,
'Dec.' 9 50 3& For South Carolina,
IN THE PIIOBATE COURYT.
* . NEWpE!uY.
Thousa-Tiips, vs. Mary 'J Whitrnh-e and
others; Petition for Partition of the
J1b4 Estaste of .ary R. C. -W~hit
It a pp~Aar v; to ta;ny al Theti~e tat Moses
V;Iatmire e-- ,f the .etopd.m S 'n the
above -mie Ms; easid2s witnamIha i-t'its
tor deT dn e. it is. :4ed -:a 'he do
p'-v..i,-s meQr or dt-::.:- :t s..d petiti',n ou
or beforee ch day.~. of t:a~at y rn-xt, u:
:,im. :Je -N T. PETf:60,
Nov.5 :. I. . c
STA TE O R SOUT1IO01ROL1YA.
Ne-l,'rrev Countt-fa the Pr1ob.ae "'->r
,to prove '5hl an die lorm ot :t e
le ;a run -- o my - asseriona ,thar
Enoch M. LaLe, one of th1e heirs at law and
distribumaes.of LLeI j.tiahi Lake, dee'd, le
ot Ne tery Coun y, ra'ides beyond thei
limits of thi ta. T W is; to gi-e notice
that ant - pplicatio is1 on Oti le in . his Conrt
1.o provd the .-ii of .aid deese d in d ue
forma ot lae, the nosee.; efeindan.t is hereby
natIiedfo he ad4 :mvpa'.,r before 1: in said
Court, ola e' before:he 11 tr day.of Janaary
next, to skew-cneia'fadtv-he c;n, wh y the
said wrill shd1l1 nor he pr vent in ay ir anner
-B' 2^49 Ct ' Jdge of Prohntt, N.'C.
Inh the Dist-iCt Court'of the
UNI !Lf D C A T :s, for.Sount Caredin.a, Oct.
- re, !'3. I:t :;e mtas:r oifleHemy Stone.,
B.aokape-P'e mion f'or full and flnal.dis,
charge ina Bank1itpey
Ordered, fita a heruring be hid on the 2'NJ
day of Decembrter, 'i'S at %?der.al Court
Hotns tn Colonbia . C ; atad that all pred
Irors, he, of' sai.t bantnipt' apoear at said
time- atad place, and sher esuse; if any aes
cans. why the.prayer of' ie peti;io!er :-bould
no.t be-granted. .And that .e 2nd and Sid
ineetitng< of creditors of' said hank aapt will
be held at the omlee of Hlenrv Sarnner, E.q
Reister of 3rd i;of, Disitict, S. C., on 19th
day ot Dec 188.aat . m.
liv conier or the Coun, the 30th day of Nos
Clek District Court Uunited Staites,
Dec. 249 Z. '*For 8oath Carolina.
In the T'istrict Court of the
UNITED RTATES, for South Carolina, Oct.
t'erm, 1863 in the matter of John R. Shu
ler of Le'xingtott Conniy-Bankr'upt. Peti
tio for full and final dischnige in Bank
rared, that a beasmnglto hed on the 23d
day of December, 1868. at Federal Court
Hos-<e in-Columbia. S. C ; and thbat all cred.
Jtrs, &c ..of said Bankrup t appear at said
time and place. and shew,c:use. If any they
can. wh by te prayer-of the Petitioner should
no: be grated. And t hat the 2od and 3rd
meetingscof creditors of said bankrupt will be
held at the oficee of Henry s ummer, E'q'r,
Register of 3rd Con. District, 8. C , on 21st
day of December, 1863. at 12 m.
By order of the Court, the 27th day of No
vemube;, 1868. -
Clerk District Court United States.
Dec. 2 49 St. For South Carolina.
District Court of the United States.
For the Diastrict o- South Carolina, itn Bank
ruptcy, in the matter of Jacob Lte
.By. whom a Petition for adjudication of
Bankruptcy was filed on the 13th day o
Novembaer, A. D., 1868, in said Court.
Tihis'is to give ntotice thtat on the 23rd
day of November, 1868, a warriant et Batnk
ruaptev, was issued ageainst thte estate of
Jacob Luther Aull of Newhberry County, and
State of' South Garolina, who hats been
adjudged a bankrupt ont his own peti
tiona Thtat the paymtent of' tany debts anud
the delivery of any property belonaging to
said bankrupt; to himt, or lor' his use, and
the tranusfer of' say property biy himt is for
bidden by law; and that a meetinig of the
creditors of said bankrupt, to prove their
debts, and to choose onte or mtore Assignees
of la-s estate, wall be held at a Court of.
Barnkruptcy, to be holden at Ne wberry Court
IJouse. Southa Carolinta, before Henary Sum-ta
mewr, Register, ont the 19thu day of Deceumoer,
A. D., 1868, at 12 o'clock, M1.
. J. P. M1. EPPING,
U .Marshaall as \lessenger.
A. P. PIRi, D.puty Messenger.
Dec 2 4n St.
STAT P5U U.ROLINA.
Newberry County-In the Circuit Court.
Jamue R. Wilsoin, vs..Thomas . 1Vilson
It appearing to my safisfaction, that Thos.
R, Wil,on, Wm.-C. Wib.on, MAria Capple
man, Henry C.#pp!enhan and the 7Ciildren of
J6hi Wilon, dee'd, parties deendants, are
absent from and. without the limits.of t.hi:
State, ; en, suotion of Messr*- Jones &
Jones,'Conplainanit's Sos's, it is ordered,
that the said absent defendants do plead,
answer or demnr to t..is bill within forts
days. from the publication hereof, or the
same will be .taken, pro -confesso against
Clerks office, THOS. M. LtAEr.
Nov. 97t - C. C. P.
IN THE PROBATE COURT.
Abner W. Rieder, -and wife Elizabeth, vs,
.Joseph l'its and oshers. Petit:on for
It appearing to my satisfactiqn that Jo
seph 1)avenport and EHz.at,eth his wife', de.
fendants in the abowe stated case, residc
3vitlout the limits of.this State. On,motion
pf Messs, fa4r, Pope, & P(pe, Solifors fot
petitioners, it is ordered that said defend
anrs. do plead, answer or derper to said pe
ti'iots'tsr before tlse '29th dai ot Decem
her next, or the same will be taken pr(
coufesgo t-gaimst them.
iveit duler my hantl t'kis 1 th Nov. 1868
JOHN T. PETERSON, J. P. N. c
Nov.-25 48 5t.
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pit'ores of the day. Six ear, three eques
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Genera?t Wimself, have power to express. This
work ha-cost months o: skilled labor, and more
than OueXhouaad dollars in cash, and readily
sells for $,i 50 Its regular price.
This- rselDcent picture and- a'eopy of
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ses, of different patteias, besidegt coffins
Hur own make, all of4a'hiche-is-pepared
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oinptness and despatch. -
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r the ta*ne, and. assures the public that
o effort on his part will be spared to tender
te utmost satisfaction.
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Newberry S. C., July.31.
The subseAber takes pleasure in announc
r to: thi< commpunity that, having made
rnecessary -arrangements, he will be able
ash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
!.t Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !.
ANDREW C. CHAM AN, -
Oct. 7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., S. '.
Z. L.. WHITE,
4all udeds of FIRERMS, DOCs .
Was on iM-PiTtoFs)d Guns 'd ill ap
roved makes. - Ammunition., such as Car.
-idges, Caps,PEw r anaSliL
Shotpudh'ee; Flhsks, Bsgs, and everr
rher kind of Sporting Apparatus. Besides
any other articles of various charaeters
4kintla. - , }:
zi.jnds of EPAIRR G,neatlyiail ex
'itiously executed, and at low rates.
:Gen-S ithing; &c;
In addition to tbe above, I a.m prepared
fill orders for all .Jinds of vehicles, such
1sGIES, ARRA E8,&C,
F the celebrated mahulcture of COOK,
ere Stiles Hurd, formerly of this place,
rocured ids ,,ck. All orders promp ly
Z. L. WHITE
April 15 16 tf. -
No.~ I Peruviaii Guane, $61 :pe ton, in
>1d, or its equivalex.t in curr ency.
Bruc' Concenltrated.*Fervliaer, in bar
Pure Ground Bone, in barrels, per toa.
Bone and Meat, in barrels, per ten, $38
Fish Guano, in-barrels.
Alta Vel.i Guano, $25.
AJ.L.Ym;Posbats, inIi lags, $56.
Ground Plaster; per barrel, jl.75.
Swan Islahnd Guano, in bags or ba;rrels,
y Der ton. ,, .
Sid ine,of Soda, in1errels, per tor,9$20.
Best Suielioyhite, containaing ten per
uL. soible phospho4ric acid, and three'
ircent. ammnobia, put up in ba-gs or bat
Is. Pri-e 65- per ton-.
Cuhani Guana, from caves, con raining
>sides the usuad lIos.phates anid organmic
a ttrefift.git p)ec.:ept..of ipitra te of
>ta. ? An-eieient' appHeatiqn for pota
es, tobacio1 cotjon, eti:. Price ip. .b4gs,
t in bags or barrels.
Navassa Guano, by the..cargo, in lua .p,
For sale by
GEO. E WHITE,.
150 Front Street, N. Y.
Oct. 14 42 6mo.
rhe subscriber respectfully calls the at
sotof.the pmbl,Ic to the fact that..he is
i' ion bd. aie ofprepmrst to exeeste all I
arriage~ Bu~ggy or' Wagon
a workmanlIkeanil exp'editious manner,
Idat prices'.1 sccordance wiith the times. a
Hiving an exheietee of twenty%fie years I
d having worIke# iD 'all-the jsriocipal eities
the Spnt b, in the best egriage hQases., IJ
a cofddnt of my Ability t9 'gft entire I
Give ':e -a-trial 'b convinc d
Sbop in Tear of Nathan Runter's, and at
tihed to my tesidience. d
Kay 66Gio GEO. BOLA ND,
Dr. R. S. Wlhaley's
. DeNali 'Laboratory.
The subscriber offers in
ducements-i. the w,ay of
on .nd oo.4 Work nu;d Low Piieg
one an all equiring hip. profe'ssional
-vices. PeiAect satisf&reiion guarantied.
TIlE LADY'@ FRllND.
LEND1DTNDUREN'tBo $ SRBR
be Lady's Friend announces the following
relties for 1869: -"Between Two" by Eliza
h l'rescott, author of PHl w a WomanD Had
r Way," &c.. "TheI'rize of TIwo Men's
res,"' by Amends M. Douglas author ef' Ibe
berry Tortuie." .; A New iNovii*tt Lou
Chandler Moulton, author of "Fleeing from.
e." ke.; idi New Royel '.by 'Krs. Hlenry
pod,the dimtinguished Ereglish Novelist, au
r of "Kst 'Lf ane &c -w. h numerous
>rter-Stories by a brlIuant galaxy of ladyj
he Lady's Friend will give a finely-executed
@1 Eugraving.a andsome doubta-p- k,3.ne.
sonored Fashion Plate-engraved oT$tee--I
I a large assortment of Wood Cuts, illustra
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t wIll giesa popuilar Dieice musmu*-wo rth
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si trng'he Song of Bomat Sea" -
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s Engravng isagem of Art!.
o Nxw SUacuanrs,.-31AaK THIa.-NeW
cribers who send In their names for 1869 be
the first ofl'November, shall receive the Ne
bher and December numbers or this year in
itloon, making fourteen months in all! And
new subscribers for 1869 shall receive the
gnificent December HolIday number, making
teen n:onths in all!
TF,RMS. . Hi
py. (and large Premium Engraving.) 82.50 th
pies................ ......................6,00 atl
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y echof ad'sFriend and Post, t
d mumn Engrav~ing...................
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It One Dollar extra.
pecimen copies sent gratis.
Idress, - DEACON & PETERSON, m
319 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. toi
Th*taf Eteries have beetr aly im
proved, a the.uiersgnDC bp-theeare of.
ofering to his patrons the best collection of
Frnit 1 sees ever growo in this climate. App1es
and pesclie particularly adapted to the climate,
from the earl iet to the latest Apricots, Plums,
I ectarines. Cherries, in great varety. Almor.ds,
ce:Figes,Et'omegt*nates, Mediare, Filberts,
elhb. w luota. 'panisth Chestnuf: Ever
betlg Mulberries. Of Pears, the beets and b
mest varied collection ever offered in the South,
[ them the .Hebe. a Jarge winter pear, Cl
oieq Dchesse D'Angoaleme in size. Stan- O
dard and Dwarfs can be furnished from 2 years a
Qid,.to bearing size.
'raf in great variefy, including alrthe best P
new tabit varietiea, -with those for vineyards.
Also Latterlock's, True Scuppernong, and the r
Flotere,' mach. prized with ti,ecnppernong,
Of Evorgreens, a"large and most va,ried collec- ft
tion. embracing eery desirable variety-many
particularly adatd to CemeterIes. 5
Eos 1- ii teDevarieties, with 'Ge new
Frseban tiaias, all grown, en-tbir own 0
roots. Da ias, the finest colors, and most per n
feet French early variety. Gladiolas-many ]l
superb kinds. Tube Roes, Crysanthemums and
Severyaingilesirable in the way of Ornamental
Flowering Shrabs, &U. A new- Catalogue will
soots be ready for d istribution. Persons ordering, -
will please direct to WM. SUMM1E , Aeet.
dev.48-4m. Postaris . Q.
Tke Farm A &rden"
I1 t eny Agricuttnral Paper published "
in Souih.Unrq ina, a
It lispublisbi if magazine form, and is t
filed wlth.. icelleat- agricultural reading
It enters upon 'its fourth volume on the
15th day of January, 1869..
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advertisers, and clubs. .
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" ad! Shadow. it.Nev Yark."''
A iedte witl1 Adecdete and incidents
F3 -IN THE GREAT METROPOLIS.
Being the most complete and iiaphie presents ti
tion or both.the bright and . .
ftAbii 0P NEW YORU LIFE.
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* -igiuaeaud how the-Bebble.iurst, &c.,
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OFFCE1A'TPUBLIC XsTRdCiON, FRAN
-The Southers-S&ates have a unit-of is terest
ln athe greas measure-of eduicational .reformn,g
botbe~f a pubke andi pri-vat:e, characterhwach
are, and are to be, inaugprated thrpuWhout
our section. The wreek aind~ destruenion of
suchr institt forts anad interests. ->nsequent
upon the war and the usurpation by the
- pireto make-Theqdetierrs nvolve roiginal
anid peculiar. . We have no common organ
of cormenicatlon and no advociate of our
peeuliar interest throughout the States of
the South.- Kentucky is awaikening and
msoving to compkte her school-system,. as .
well atolc berself in the in.t rank of
true .zo lrvibru.
What ..he nee?ds every State itt the South
-teeds,-just what-will 'imerest all! Wirh
t:he tw,.o-d ohl ect of meehinig a special and C*
gem-aral necessi,y at the same lime, the Sa, IM
pecintuenden tof Psblic Insamncties. for Ken,. rt
r acks tas asatiased -hfnseIt irl& John T.
Hlearnt or'he $sutherna Journal of Education b~
for the purpose of conduct-ng such a reproe' m
betativ orgln as our- section needs.
This periodical has been conducted suc
cessfull.y for mne year, and is highly .on' .
rk(ted h -'1Ede;ttr aid:EjBitjri
It is '48 page octavo motplhy, and fur'.
nished at P~ftd~l te.topies 20 ems. pi
All articles for insertion to be addressed to
Z- F. Smith, Superintende'tt 'of Public In- e
straction, Frankfort, Kys, and business-com,.
munications to John T., Hearn, Shelbyville,
1 THE S.U.ZPIL .RAD.
Onadft~r2nd November 1868, the pas
senger trasn will leave Spartanbuirg C,urt ,
Hlouse, on ..optjys,AvPed4esdays and Fri- C
days at 7 a' i , and 'arive aWAh.ton at 1.30.
p.-m.,.connetiig with-.the Greenville down - .
train, and trains for Charlotte. and Charlesr
torn. . .,._
- OnTuesdosfs, Thursdays and 'Safurdays, -'
the up passenger train connecting wi h then
Greenvfll.- rainp,-*ill le.ve -A]sren at 9n
a. in.,' b'fsri1ve at Spartasdtitirg Court
House at 3 20'p. mn.,. as per foHlowing ached-'.s
DowN 4f kN. -UP'TRAIN.
Spartanba''g,. 00 00 | 7-00 3 201 00 00, ta
Paeolet, 7 45J' 7 48 I2 32 . 2 35.
Jonesville, 8 %l 8 30 I 150 1 155
Unionvilic, 9.15 l- 9 49 j12-40 1 65 -
San tuc, 10 161| 10 21. 12 03- 12 08
Shelton, 11 10 j 11 12 11.06 11 08
Strother, 122021 12Q05 1 10 12 I 10 15
Aiston, [ 20 | 300 I 00 00 I 9 00
THIOMA8-SB JEErx, President.
Nov 11th, 138
SAWTH CAROL!NA RAL ROAD,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, eg
THE-FOLLWW'NG- FRBfRT TARTFF '
from N'ashville and Chattanooga to Colum, .e
bia will take effect from anid after titis date: He
Frota from Lil
To Columbia. Nashville. Chattanooga. IN
Baco per100 lbs.......83 U4i is
Oats per ba..hel.........28 21. F
Corn per bushel........3 27
Wheat, rye and barley per Sb
bushel. ............ 43i 32i wr
Pork aad beef perhbarrel....8257 $1 92 1
Flour, apples, onions andSt
potatoes per barrel... 159 1 19
Whiskey, high wines and ant
alcohol..... ,,. .95 295 nu
(SIgned,) :' ~ W1. T: PEAKE, 1
Mayi 7 Geeyl Superintendent. the
Goodspeed's Fountain Pens. ,n
Sixty lines written with one pen of Ink. dr
The fontain has been atthed to Good- ser
speed's celebrated Golden Pen. Wr.rrant-:T
ed to0 be the best Fountain in the WVorld- sub
Sample sent for 10 ets., ani assorted box for for
25 ets., or a full gross, post paid, for $3.00. yes
$0a day guarantreed to active agents. al
Address, J. T. PRICE & CO., mai
Oct. 14 42 2mo. 37 Park Row, N. Y. thiu
CABINET MAKING ic'
And Repairings 8'
The undersigned respectfnlly gives notice TI
that, he Is prepared to M AKE, or RE PAIR Icop:
any kind of CABINET WARE, itn the neat- ade
et and most satisfactory manuner. W,arkre
solicited. Prices reasonable.
Ibt. am 1AA'7-44--tf Helen._ S C.'
;.' Taylor & Co
Will keep const-intly ofLirand igood ae
r~nent ne BrGGIES:.f theznost ap.
med st es and patterns, combining
ihtness and du4blity. 'Built . to order
'git Rockaways, an'aPlantatioqXarriages,
treatons Tp anda Too Bugghik, &c.
td Carr'ages aid fugils reneated and
>de to .look as a aew. $tepairiag
line in t best manuer *aj at reasonable
wjces, a'rNll work"mstir;ated on' befor it
s repaired and a copj giveni to our case
oerg Spe al attenion given to repairng
ine Carrbwges and gies, which is imper.
4nt to corisumers; 'rei it willbepaid oe
,i i', whiew sent 4f T 'dil , wtn the ie
)airs armant to over 410 -t We be nothing
>utthebestmaterislsthatct be biught, and
re iillirgt4rely ob the mer't of oit work for
liberal patronage.. 'We invite-tie esagi
tation of our work and assure' the publl
at. we can build the same clasi work as
:heap if .uot cheaper than we cas-import ia:
&ll pf our work is warranq d. .
our F&ctov is near thetepot
Xwbr'", S. C., March 25 13.
:n't Fail to Try the C,lebra
q$ Southprrd Tonic, Panknin's Ipatic Nt'
ers, an unfailing remedy for all Meaes of
he Digestivi Organs and the Liver. For'
'ale by a rM.uggists.
9#r'j l 'to :Try:t e le.
)rate3 Southern Tonic, Panknin's HepaHie
3itters, an usfating remedy for all Dis
ases of th.e Digestive Organs apd thssr.
6'or sa y'all Druggists.
Don't Fail. to Try the Cele.
)rated Southern Tonic, Panjinin's.
Bitters, an unfailing remed, for al. s ir.
eases of the D4yestire organs and' tbe'Xker.
Pot Balk by all Drnggists.
Don't Failt Try the e.
rated:SoutherToafc, Panl-nin's. *
Bittera, an unfailing remedy for al *
ases of the Digestive Organs and the Liver.
or sale.by all Druggjsts.
Don.'' Fail to Try the .Qele-.
ted SFuthern Tonic, 'anknia'N; i
3itters, an WIfailing remedy for aM>j'ass'
f The Digestive-Organs and the Liwer,Fer
ile by all Druggists. :- .
Don't"Fail to Try .tbe be
wated Southern 'Tonic, Pan imir*s-ti
aitter an ufenfritirtm ye Eyfor'tDiD s -
)f the Digestivi Organs iMb rlie Fi.
ale by all Druggists.
H0 d J k STORt .
Just published, a new edition'of lit. Ci-.
re'well's Celebrated Essay on the radi
tal enre (without medicine) of Speragee.
-hcea, or Senmi:al Weak ness, Involuntary
em:inal Lo-ses, Impoteracy,. Senta1 ~sd
'hysical Incapacity, Imnpediinents'titr.-r
iage, etc.; iiso Censurpptiort, Epite,,
mid Fits, indeled by selfiihdulgeeMeg .
gF- Price, in a scaled envelope 1 ~ e
The cel-ra;ted author, in the #dsdsybWe
ssi-y. clearly demconstractes from* a thfirty.
easrs' sutice'sful practice, that t h irming
'Oiereed of self-abae.' ma1:be. r4Iically
eire1 l' 4'f't he unse of internial mediciner
r the a-pplienttia of thre knife; pofrnding
at a mode of cuere at once simiple, certaisr,.
uAI efettil,.by mjecans of-a l,ich' evern sat
Lrer, no rifater wheat hi.4 Coiitibn 'say be,
say. eure- bicupelt che.i ply, privateiy, and
[F T1 is [,ecture,asould l.ge. in theg band.
*i ev'er. tybhaed.veryi-us t the liad.
S -;indr seat, is a illaid ir'veope, to
ny address, pstpam.d, on receipt of asiegts,
r t wo post st*aps. Also, Dr. Culverwel'a
Marriage Guide," price.25 ceinta.v.Addria
he Pubilishcers. LN:Sf~
CHIAS. .-C. K NE o
127 Brcadway, . Y., ot-Ome qz .
Ireenville & Coluiabia.I't.
ON and after WEDNESDAY.. h,E h
r:stant, Passenger Trains will rwidmA,
undays excepted, connectI :~ Th
'rains on South Caroli and hrot
outh Carollna Railroads,as. folo#UL
enve Columsbia t..... ...00'a. u.
"Alston *st...........-. & da
"Newberry at...........10 10 "
,rve at, Akbevtlle 84'... ,;.3 .
"" t re'ft'ileat .. . ...5." &
~eave Greenvile -t,.........;.4 d&*,.
"Anderson at............6 ~ "
'"- & teatt....' .. A
" Alston at.... ........21 "
trive a. Coiutnbia at. ........3.45 "
Traiua on tpe., Blae Sidge Railroad wii
rao-ri'daIlf'.- Shadays excepted.
vegAudersq at....... .u40 u:
arrive at Walballa at......... .7 30 "
eave WaThIiaa... . ...- .
rrive at Anderson at .....62 "
The train will return from Belton te-e.
erson on Mondiay and Fridayv motnImg
JAMES o. MEREDX ,'H
*Puifles thie B1oqk
ir Sal. by 1)ruggists EIery*hmw
C OT TON
The HIIGH EST PRICE paid for01
hvered-to the seubseviber, whoi will
is a permanent featu're in his lImt.
tore opplosite Wiskeman &
~J. W. MILLER, Agt.
Sept. 2 36 r
All persons indebted to the estate of Daniel
ughey, deceased, are bereby notified that
ey must mnake payment of the same to my
orneys. Fair, Pope & Pope, at Newber
H., S. C., an I all those ro; whom Daniel
igbey, deeased, was indebted in 1his life.
e, by nsote or ozhcrwise, will present the
ne properly attested, on or before the 1st
i' of February 1869, to my said stog,
MARY A HUGHEY, Adin'.
f'ov 11 45 tf
['he Winsboro News will please copy fcr 1
ruth and send bill for the same to my sto
neys, Fair, Pope & Pope, !i9wheny 0. H.