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The itedi Mining and Manufacturing
Compwny offeti.to the Planters and Farm
oen of the South their Fertilizer, known as
Whib itheeoperieece of the past season
has proi d to-be one of the most valuable
in our Mset. I+ ha for its base the ma
serials lverhe Phosphate Beds of the Com
pany o00lky River, and is prepared at
their works at the -
rjT rN) OF HASEL STRE ET,
ia this . 1U order to guarantee its uni
formityapd maintaip its high standard, the
Compp has made arrangements with the
distia Id. Qhemist, Dr. C. U. SHEP
AYD, ' bo carefully. analyzes all the
omq' And other muaterial purchased
by the apparny, and the. prepared
ebekee'' otred for sale. The Com
pay . ' ' to 1nike an article which
win bb a Complete -Manure, and
For 'b4rtulars, and other inform
WE. C. DEIES & CO., Agents,
WK, C, DUKES & CO.,
i ui 'sioo Merchant,
Wharf, Charleston, . C.
is of Cetton, Rice, &c., re
ted,. and liberal advEnces
spade ~ * Jat. 13 2 Smoa.
FUAL' GUIDE FOR 1869,
The M e d e Bundred Thonuand of
lI;ilbyli" Catalogue of Seeds and Guide
I o Flower Gardens is sow :ublibed. It
_,h,s-u t of beautif-lly illu.o
tt.ii ls, a WooEugrarlnga of
Im Wint COLORED FLATS,
A. 41WT 0g. FLOWERS.
It is the most beautifful, as well as the most in
huITuve Foal guide published, giving plaib
asd thsag, direetion for the
B AND VEGETAm .
The iulde.s published for the beneft
aa my~ to whom it is sent free without
-*rl1 he forwarded to all who
mait, for Ten Vents, which is not half
In erert-In Bank
Pure#nt to a order to me directed, by
his Hoer Geo. S. Bryan, Judge of the
Disorict Court, for the Ditricoi South
Car.i'nia, I will sell, at public auction 111
-Newberiy '. H.,8. C., on Manday, the 18th
day of Jannary,1869, all the ntotes and av
eosts belonging to the esta te of said Bank
.ups. DANIEL GOGGANS,
*By .irts pf an order from John T. Peter
sen, trobaba Judge for Newberry Coiunty,
I will sell on the first Monday In February,
a:eree' 0. H., one Tract of land, con
salahqe ixty-four acres naore or l-"s, lying
Ia Neeberey, and bounded by lands of
Brre DOwocan, Estates .f. Dr. James 31.
Epps ad BErruck Whbitmnire. thme sanne be
ing the reel Estate of Mary R. C. Whirtmire,
deceased. Tesns,.on a credit of one year,
with Intejeist Iroin the day of sale, exc.ept
tihe egets shib must be patid in cash. The
g1rsehaser will be required to give a mtort
gage with at least two. good sureties to se
ewe the psbs'money..
Br!itteIpf send*y writs of Fiert Facies,
to .a.dareoted I will sell, on the same~ day,
at t2a~Ice e folloning property,
One tract, the Speakes lind, containing
.80Oaerea j et -eeg, bounded by lands
Marth Goree an otheras. - *r
AM,''tGary traet, containing three
hm,.erso, more or Iey, bounded by
la BeHan3O Henson, Mrs. Sallie Gary,
Jem@aee' and otherse. Levied on at
the 1t:IP. Lake and others, vs.
.n~tcontaining three hundi'ed
and tw ~ acres of land, more or less,
bond 4sof 0. W. L. Snearmnau,
Graves jeciLa Levied on at the
seit of s,4dmn'r, et. a!. vs. Jack
son Teague. *3 T.-M. PAYSINGE R,
Ja.i3i2itd s.?. c.
info hkrict GOurt of the
UNI~Dfor South Carolina. Odt.
wat.ser of C. B. Counts
of nksept. Petition
Mr dal disharge In Bankruptcy.
b ht earing be 'had on the 2nd
day . 18, at Federal Court House in
Chare '. C.; and that all creditors, hce.
ofia ~ .h t appear at said time and
p~a5ase',if any they can. why
Ik ryrof the petitioner should not be
grne.And that the 2nd and 3d meetings
of crdlWpVsaid Bankrapt will be held at
the @5es Eeery Summer, E,q'r. Register
ar3rd Cog.I)IStries, S. C., on 1s: day of
a; 12 mn.
By Cowrt, the 2d day of Jan
'~'' DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clark (Uited States.
Ian. 1323- ' Fr South Carolina.
IAS~~qif South Carolina.
SyAhT.15O,rbteJudge of New
Wh Mb ora Ruff has applied to me
sne- efAdministration. on all and
sagular the goods and chattels, rights and
Maxiniilan Ruff, late of county
heriefore to cite and admonish
allH~ ~ a' she kindred and cred,tors of
the said deceased, to be anid appear before
me'a& gPaFObate Court for the
said Co 6, ,M iden at Newberry Court
Homse, on t day of Jan., next, after
publicatiuubht ,*o'clock in the fore
noon to show cause, if any,why the said Ad'
ui90fUSob should-not be granted.
gtem ander my band and seal. thIs 7th
day of Jan.lin the year of cur Lord one
- tho ~gbhuudred and sixty-nine.
7~ 4T. Peterson, P.. J. Nt. C.
g 4WdUTH CAROLINA
By Jeb , Probate Judgeot New
Whereas. Thomas Duckett, having made
suit to grant him Letters of Administration
of toe estatand effects of Dr. James Hill
These are therefore to cite and admonish
a-ad snua. the kindred and creditors of
the sa4sqsdto be Ad appeaar before
me, at* ne:3t Probate eort for the said
County,,to be bolden at Newberry Court
House otb te 19th.day of January next, af~
ter pubgation bereof, at 11 o'clock in the
forenoon, to show cause, if' any why the
said Adinnisti-itiob should not be granted.
Given under my .hand" and Seal, the 5th
day s Jan., -in the year of our Lord
one thousand eight bundred and sixty-nine.
JohnD T.-.Peter~on, r. j. N. c.
All persons liable to pay taxes under the
late Act of the Legislature, are hereby no
tified to appear at James E. Peterson's of.
fice, on Thursday and Friday 14th & 15th,
and on Tuesday and Wednesday, 19th and
20th of January, 1869, for the purpse of
being assessed. It is very imtportain t that
all persons render in their property on or
before the 20th inst.
By order JAS. E. PETERSON,
Chairman Board of "leetmen.
JOHN I. HOUSEAL,
Jan. 18 2 It. C. N. T.
STl 'WT 81H
The Exercises of this Institution will be
resumed on Wednesday, the third of Feb
ruary next, under the following
Rev. James D. Furman, D. D., President,
and Professor of Belles Lettres and Meta
C. H. Judson, Professor of Math:ernatics
J. C. Faber, Professor of Latin Lnguage
C. H. Toy, Professor of Greek Language
J. M. Harris, Professor of Natural Phi.
losophy and Chemistry.
Dr. Faber will also give instruction to
private classes in Modern Languages.
TEaxs, &c.-As the successful prosecu
tioti of the prescriied courses of study de
pends rather upon -cholarly habits and
maturity of mind, than upon the reading of
specified books, the F.culy will exer.ise
their discretion in the reception of suei
students as can appreciate university in
The Primary Department is now a sepa
rate and distinct school under Prof. J. B
Students not on scholarships, pay $35.00
for tuition a-:d incidental expenses, for ses
sioe of 20 weeks.
Scholarship stud- nts receive free tuition.
but pay $2 50 per ses,ion for ii cidental ex
Boarding will cost from $15.00 to $18.00
per month, all found. -
Three year scholarships, conditioned
upou the payment of $3o.oo annually, ma%
be had on application to the Treasurer
Those who have given bonds will please
make prompt payment os' the fir-t instal
ment, either to the T:easurer or to one of
the authorized Agents. -
C. H. JUDSON, Treasurer,
Jan 6 2no. Greenville, S. C.
The SPRING SESSION of this Institution
will begin Wednesday the 3d of February,
and continue 21 weeks.
Ample provision has been made for ef
6fient instruction in all Departments, in
eluding Anci*nt and Modern Languages,
Drawing and Painting, Solo-singing and
Vocalization, Thorough Base ana Harmony,
and Instrumental music.
For full particulars apply for catalogne
to Prof. C. H. JUDSON,
Jan 6 2mao Greenaville,' S. C.
NOTI C E
All personS indebted to us
by Memorandum Accounts
or otherwise, must call in and
settle the same forthwith, as
e must close up the trans
ationi, of the old year: and
hereafter no more memoran
dums will be kept, antd the
money in every case must
accompany orders, to receive
MATHIAS BARRE & SON,
Jan 6 Per JAS. Y. McFALL.
Sale to Foreclose Mort
-Tohn Agnew, v. A. R Taylor..
By virtue of a Power of Attornoy, to .:
ien, by A. R. Taylor, bearing date Jan
uary 28, 1867, I will sell at Public auction
it Newberry C. H , on the first Monday in
February next, all that Plantation in New
berry County-, beinded on the North ano
NorthEast by lands of Thomas Floyd, on
the South and' South-East by the- Saluda
River, WVest by Land.s of James Lindsay,
maid H. Williams, North by lands of Griffin,
containing nine hundred and forty-one (941)
acres more or less.
Terms of Sale. Twenty-five hundred
dollars, and the expenses of sale in cash.
Balance on a credit of one and two years,
ecured by bond and mortgage.
Purchasers to pay for stamps and papers.
- JOHN AGNEW,
Attorney of the Moringatror,
-Jan. 6 1 St. A. BR. TAYLOR.
Just received, a fine lot of Table and
Pocket Cutlery, all qualities and prices.
Also, just received a fine lot Silver, double
plate, Table and Tea Spoons and Forks,
almost equal to Silver, by.
Jan. 6 1 tf. R. bTEW&ART & CO.
Such as Be:lows', Anvils, Vices, Ham
mers, Files, &c. Cheap by
Jan. 6 1 tt. R. STEWART & CO.
Sugar, Coffee, &c.
Common Sugars, "A." "B." and -'C,~
Clarifed, Crushed and Powdered Sugar,
Rio and Java Coff'ee, Pepper, Spice, Ginger,
Jan. 6 1 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
A la'-ge and varied lot, enm'.racing al
most ev-ery variety, a fine lot Toilet aed
Shaving Soap, &c. &c., by
Jan. 6 1 if. R. STEWART~& CO.
Guns and Pistols.
A fresh and elegant lot of Guns and
Pistols, Sho', Powder, Caps, S:.ot-Belts,
Powder-Flasks, &c., &c., by
Jan. 6 1 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
All descriptions of Dry Goods being re
eeied almost daily. Call anad examine.
Jan. 6 1 tf. ~R. STE WAURT & CO.
The un,deriened are .flems for the sale
of IUPON 's CELEBRATED POWDER,
and having secuar -d a tire-proof Mag .zine,
they can furr.isha thet samue in anay quantity
ad at all times to Merchants at Manutac
turer's prices with freight added.
They are also Agents for the sale of
Gower, Cox, Markley & Co's , Wagons,
manuactured in Greenville, S. C.
CARWII E & McCAUGHRIN,
an. t 1 tf.
Guano ! Guano !
100 Tons Pure Peruvian
Guano, on the way from the
Peruvian Government Agent,
at New York.
We also expect to keep a
good quantity of different
kinds of Fertilizers, at our
Ware-house, near the G. &
C. R. R. Depot.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Jan. 6 1 tf.
For Sale at
PRATT & FANT'S
Jan 6 Drug Store.
F1YSIGER & WILSON
Respeetlully itorm their friends and the
public generally, that they have opened in
the store formerly occupied by G. D. Smith
a gencral assortment of
Yarns, Cotton Cards,
Tobaceo and Sogars,
And a large variety of' other arti
les, such as are usually kept in a
first class grocery store.
FoRBoY AN GILS
Fo 86,wil'bhebs voyei
0 ieAon nin,b e.
"o 1QnHal, aeo h l Dmn
io. b hli aret uto f0 T.
M ne-sy fMnfld3 Llia ii.o
Lieatte l ar ouevy r.0.E
Fr6. ilb the bes F vom ytrase
sbed at will ofnVirina an nansy oe
attymetie Asgtre Indiaoes," bgaty Rev.uF.
rteod. Tor of ayoung Librodiscoun
"Mstsntafrein a pli cTale o the O l ishers.
J.neer- BUf K &aset Co,,lMacnLi, a.
f- C: he larm uest rS. .E
ofupcerntPersns,nrt. un Pople.b
REvNB.H.~e1,A H.; p KINA r,"
film tke oer s, ofFdofmraneeslated
Mortagie stoi.~ n om, lgnl It
. S~BRK o, Mcn a
Commn so Merhats
* Charleston, S. C.
$175" tH Ho seKhNATIONA
everyl eta D o daw theE s andI
HN o Pit e bug a
STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS, '
E. & H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
It:ite the atteatinu of the Trade to their xte,niva assortment of te
above, of their oa psati:arn,. waarfdacrae ad iaprtetisa.
We poublih ever Pear T4ossand sUb.;cta of :tereoscopic View,
iacltudig : C l
ivao. ![ammoth Cave, Cuba, .
Cet.kills, r'emal Park. New Grenada.
Rodeon. Treutoa. Falls. Voe 2tila,
While bleustalie I Moet Weast, 7 b Audi.
Wa.liutloa.o ltettsatoutc, Ch.na, of
iaraota. I Delaware. I Japaa.
Went ro.t. 1Ifr.taetaneosa. + g3 and, !e-. e.
Our ZImported Views emht te a large assontct. tncltadlot the l
tielrert preiaetions of W% . as ogland, t. W. o"aus. LaIDy, and
other emiut.t photographers, co.a.dt.ug of
iwttzerlaad. I l'rrlaed, I ttpon, ltersals"NIM. P1
RMu,~ I Wae. Tor:. I frntataellcan. LE
PyreaR 1 P.npie. t :, u. r,1ue.
Parl.. Oer"oeua,, Tr,auoa, IVrr.atita.
Rsglad. Austria, Crystal Palace. &csls..
a?ad Itl. Tyrol,. Rlar.e ac., d4 : PI
THE LANDS OF THE BIBLE,
A as at lateetrr Iuteretineerries Aln. .ttrmiaatrd and Tranps.
rout View.. oa grueitrar.ety. \. .rr a.o rarlurse Artis Is Atrr,ea
for ""rC2t}:a"8 (It.cca4 VI}:\Yti,' of ab.ti,I we hove a aptt.did
uaortmru gents es t rit beertre of 0 1 40a83-2. veeodto
VYea its 3watertad. the Rhte. lg a.d, ieettas.d. Wales, &c. Il
STKREIOSCOPES.-We maauractare very largely. aid have a large ti
stock t the leat ary:"s at the lasat rates.
PHOTOGRP,fHtC At.RUMS.-Our Manufartor of Atbheta swell
newn throughnot the couatry as asperior ia quality asd beauty to all
Alt we sell see made tn oh r sea Factsyp. and our st,let are diR nat
fr-rn thone of any other tnaker. Sayers should ai.t fuel to see our Il
stock before making their purchases.
These beautiful picturee, that emnaot be dstiatsishrJ f"Ona@ ni
Raunt Oii Pautee . at out teuth their cast, we import largety from
P-r6 London. erlia, Vienna and Rome, an.4 sapply the trade at the
boweat rates. 1I
E..& H. T. ANTHONY & CO., -
501 BROADWAY, N. Y., C
Gmporters and 3a of'rs of Photo-paphic Materi&
Dec. 23 52 tf.
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE, ;
The Old and Longest
Established Standard Manure. f
ORCHILLA GUANO i
Peruvian Guano. P
RHODES' MANURE, in its peeparation, vi
is made equally ad4pled for forcing large w
crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco,
Potatoes, and other root crops.
The Manufacturiug Depaitment is con
ducted by Frederick Klett, ont of the most
skillful Cheumists nud Mauufacturers in the
It is endorsed, approved, and recom
mended by all of the most promient
Cheni:ts and Agriculturists in the Southern
States. "It. can bc; relied upon as uniform
in quality," ainaa reli; ble, productive of
large crops, and unexcelled by any in the
market, in the high pUcentage, of True.
Price $57.50 cash, or $05 t'me, with
Factors acceptance, antd 7 per cent intereat
until 1st December, 1869.
ORCHILLA GUA NO, "A A."-A fine Biud
Guano, rich in Phtosph,tes and Alkaline
Salts. Price $35 cashl, or $4(0 time.
PERUVIAN GUANO, warrantedi pure,
and always on hand. Furnished at market
prices for cash.
B. S. RIIETT & SON, Agents,
Dec. 23 528mo. Charleston, 8. C.
OEO. P. RDWELL & Co.'s
COxT A INr3G
Accurate Lists of' all the Newspa
pers and Periodicals published
-in the Unlited States anid Ter
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Tosuawr - tll
A description of the Towns and ee
Cities in which they atre
NEW YoEKt :
OEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,1
PUE.L8BERS & NEw8PAPER ADVEaITISI3Q AG'Tm,
40 Park Row.
A Handsome Octavo Volume of
300 Pages, bound in Cloth.
PRICE - - a FIVE DOLLARS.
A work of great value to Advertisers, a
Publishers and others, who des.ire
information in relaition to the * F
Newspapers and Perioeicals F
of North America. Ia
The Edition will be Limited, and tec
Persons desiring~ Copies will n"
do well to send their or-P
ders immediately to.
GEG. P. ROWELL & CO.,
PUBLISHERS & ADVER1S!NG AGE\TS,
40 P ark Row, L1
3xKw YORK. Or
Dec. 238 t.p
Greenville & Columbia Rail in
COtrMBrA, S. C., December 28, 1868.
NOTICE is hereby given that at a recent
meeting of the Board of Directors of the ,I
Company, it was determined to pay the six t
mionths' in'terest up[onl our mortgage aintd
garnteed debtr, falling dtie on dhe 1st dayit
JANUA RY next; Provid- d, the holters of t
the satid mottrtgute antd gua.raniteed bonds,
andit cenrtiticattes ~of indebttedness, will fund s
all inI'tetest accruing upon01 theml up to July
WVe aire, however, compelled to snspend
the paymtentt until the Legislature validates
the Acts of 1861 and I1866, anthorizig the E
gtarantee of the State uipon ourhoi,
beanse unitil that is done, we cannot fund
the back interest in the same security which
it now has.
W hmn such actiotn is taken by the Legis
lature, nto-ice will t.e itIncdiattel y g i en an
paments and settltements miade, in accor
dance with tbe above terms.
H. P. HAMiMETT,
STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLIN A. Li
Newberry District-In Equity. in'
George Larsen, Adm'r, vs. W. HI. Hunt and _
It appearingi to my satisfaction that Joseph
L. Clark is absent from the limits of this
Sate, on motion of Messrs. Jones and Jones,
Comp's Sol's it is ordered that the said ah'a
sent defendant do plead answer or demur to
this bill within forty days from the publicau.
tion hereof, or the, same will be taken pro to
confsso against him.
Co.ms Ofie, SILAS JOHNSTONE.,N
cwberry Female Academy,
Will he opened (D V.) on the first Mon
ty to January next.
REr. J. B. HILLIIOUE, Principal.
Miss FANNIE LE.%VELL. A asistant.
Mla. F. WERBER, Professor of Music.
Other competent Assistants will be se
red from time to time, as the 'ntertests of
e Iti titurion may demand. Thorough in
rtetion will he afforded in all the br-auches
a liberal edncation.
'erns, per quarter of 21 months,
(payable in advare.)
-imary Department,. - - - - - 5.0(
tgi.-n Gramlm.tr, Geography, Ar.tb
mteici, and Ilistorv, - - - - t7.50
tvsical Sciencees, (ineidinlg Natural
'l;iioonplv, Astroitomy, Chenis
try, Bo,Ray, Phy:-iologyi,) Littin
and Greek, Mental M nr.d Phi
losophy, Logic, Rhetoric, - - $10.00
No .tudent will be charged with more
an one of the above rates at the same
French, Mu4e, P.tint' rg and Drawing,
itioual .nd extra.
Boardin;; can be oh tainetd in genteel fam
es at frot $1: to $15 per month.
The Academy has beern pnt in excellent
pair by the public spirit of.this comui
tv, and it will now be the strenuons en
avOr to cstablish here a first class Insti
tion. Dec. 23 52 if.
-uano, Guano, Guano.
The undersigned have now on the way
00 Tons Genuine Peruvian
ight from the only anthor'zod Agent of
e Peruvian Government, in the United
They will also receive in a few days
3 Tons Soluble Pacific Guano,
r the sale of which they are Agents.
"'PlainterQ who may wi,h to secure a
pply, without fail, for the next Cottnu
up, would do well to leave their orders at
The undersigned would call the attention
planters to the follow ing facts : .
Ist. That they have never sold a ton of
-rurian Guano which ias not proved to
pure or failed to give eati.faction to the
2d. T, at they always re-wei.li all Peru
+n Guano when delivered to the planter,
to thus sustains no loss in weight.
CARW.ILE & McCAUt'HRIN.
Dec. 30 52 'U.
3uy the Best!
_e o h n handt i
jrsye f aisad lse oo krs
RV o a ecepthn Dhemfinuaker,
ir syle ofLades r ciane La~ Pairts:
F apexEipte,i retfvriewt
ladies, anid is universally receommtended
the Fashrion Magazines as the standard
irt of the fashionrable world.
['o ejoy ths.following~ irrestimable advan
es, viz: Superior quality. perfect shape.
ih. flexib,ility, durability, comfort, and
onoy. B3uy the best.
51Arf IAS B3ARRE & SON.
sept. 23 30 if.
WO0D -NEW S!
.P. W. R ISE R,
'spetfunlly informs the citizens of Mollo
n ard conrutry generally, that he has on
td at his store, a well selected stock of
od, enmbracinig all articles usually ,kept
a country store, such as
ry Goods, Groceries, Noins,
m a neck ribbon to a hoop skirt for the
lies, a paiper collar to a pair of spurs for
naleeno a mackerel to a side of taico'i,
d a jews harp to a tin cup or side of sole
tlwr, for everybody, all of which having
use for ex. ept for trade, and to keep the
t boling, he will dispose of~
At such prices as will 'suit
. the dear people.
Besides the above he has a large lot of
GATER wihich will be bartered for Jiides,
old fod cash. Thme hrighest price will be
id for good dry ilides.
If you want cheap andi good articles ca
meaitelyv if tnot sooner, on
nov i 45 if . Liberty Ha.1
By order of the Hion. Gen. S. Bryan,
lge of the United States District Court,
the District of' South Carolina. I will.
c Thurrdayv, the 14th day oft JLanuary
xt, a:t te vi l.iage of Fio. Level, all the
-es in aictiton, be.longing to the E.-tate of
vid Kibi er- Patnktrurpt. (Con rwon iti of
led notes, sintgle bi, bouok auccounts,
JollN T. PETERSON, Assignee.
Dec. 6t 51 4t.
'WARt) N. TtuURSTON. C. R. lot.rEs.
THUSTON & HOLMES,
ADJER'S NORTH WHARF,
CHIAR?LES TON S. C.
seral cash advances tmade on consign
'ts of Cotton anid other produce.
sept 3 6m
Dr. R. S. Whaley's
The subscriber offers in.
ducemxents-in tIhe way of
.Good Work and Low Prices
one and all requiring iris professional
rvices. Perfect satisfaction guarantied.
*And in Store,
W. H. Webb's
No. 1 Mollohon Row,
A Large and Superior stock of
Embracing every article in that litte, toge
ther with a heaty lot of choice
of every grade, besides
BOUTS AND SHOES,
and nn::y oilier things not enutnetate.
Which will be sold
CHEAP for CASgs
Usual advances made on Cotton shipped
to Messrs: Brodie & Co., Charlesten. Also
sells Exchange on Charles'.on. dec 2 ti
Wheeler & Wilson Manufac
Is enahle-d to select the tnn.t perfct
finished .ehines, and forward them to
those who may want, at the mntiufac
turer's price, free of comumisions to the
purchaser. Any orders- ser.t through
Silas Johnstone & Wm*. F. Nance, w itl
receive promplt' attention.
We, the nt:dersigned. have this d . as.o
ciated ourselves together in the practice et
Law and Equity in the State and Fedend~!
Courts, under the amtC and style of Fair, t
Pope atnd Pope. Obice Newberry C. I.,
S. C. SMEoN FAIR,
Y. J. P0 f'E,
~I take this occaaion to notify liy clients
that in m neceary absence from New
herry, during July, l.v applyitng to either of
mv partters, Mers. Y. J. or Suapson Pope,
any itformation or attention necessary to,
my old busi:.ess will be promptly given
July 15 29 tf.
The unidersignied will commence his
School on MONDAY, the 16th inst.
Terms per ii onthi, payable in advance.
Reading, writing and Arithmnetic, $2,50
0idinary English, (including the
above,) Modern Gecography, English
Grammar, H istory, &e , S,50
Higher English Mathemzaties and
Ancient Languages, 4,50
No Incidental Fees.
An opportunity will he afforded to Study
Modern Languages and Book-Keepine.
A. P. PIFER.
Nov. 11 46 tf.
M. P. Albriton, Again!
My Syptem of QMk Sales,
and Tri'AWeekly arrivals of Fresh Goods,
places me in a position to give my custom
ers cheaper goods than ever.
I am doing a rapidly increas
but desire to add to it. Every buyer who
comes to my store, will leave, sayving. I
have bought cheap goode. I will not attempt
to entumerate any article, a mere glance Ir. to
my large Store House, will satisfy any person
that my house Is full in every line of goods
that are needed for the trade. Both .by
wholesale and retail.
Dec . 23 5I 17
havepleny ofroo wiha pxeln
Tk.i ht,adwl e Greayto eb
Ch Jnar.Coetone-om S. and
walec 2y. 2y
Al kinds pofurk doe King-the l.o
Phy oograys&~n iis tr)wi
Ihave lt of ren w&ha Weelea
teso thing w o takn this plce.indi
All kchdargeo dotne inor looin, and
not much for a pictumre..
W. H. WISEMAN.
Dec. 23 52 t'.
DUe West Female Colle[e1
Th is is one of the most flourishing Inst,
tutions in the State. Pupils received at any
time, and charged from time of entering,
ruition, including Latin and French, $4
Boarding, including Fuel and Washing,
$14.50 per month.
.a. 16.a Jm.T T. IOTNER. Pres.
And Shoe Store.
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Newberry C. H., S. C.
Have on band a large and well selected
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
11ENS' t1LF, IP & 8TUJG
Also a fine assortment of
Youth's & Boys Boot,
A large and selected assortment of
LADIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT AND SERGE
BALMORALS AND GAITERS,
Iu fact everything to be fonp4 to e
Boot and Shoe Store.
Boots and Shoes made to order.
DON'T FAIL TO CALL at the
oct 7 41
Baker & Confectioner,
Newberry, S. C.
Respectfully informs his many cuA
ad the prblic general'y that his
New Bake Oven
is now completed, and by its conven/sis
rangemtert he can bake any qnd everythb
in his line at tbe shortest possible nod4%
Cakes, Pastry, &e.,
in satisfactory and handsome style. Pardo
nrd Dinners futrnished at abortest notice.
Fresh bread. pies and cake on hand..
eals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters and game can bebhad ssf
Thmnkful for past favors he solicits a earn
inuance of the liberal patronage heretfe
Dec. 2 49 if.
JAMES A LL AN,
Importer and Dealer~ in
Fine Watches, C10k4
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasse,
Faney Goods, &c.
No. 307 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S. .
W O, CLOCK8 and J W *R
NOW READY FOR THE FA.
A lot of COOKING and IIEATING
STOVES of va rious sizes and most a pproved
,atterns, now in store anid for sale chesp
y W T. WRIGHT.
sep. 3() 40 rf.
OUSE FURNISHING GWIS.
A veryv vnree a,ssortrment of homemee
mdt j pp'aned and pressed Tin-.wa re, with
ay other arties of honse furnuhMa
oods at wholes.ale and-retail. Cheap by
sep. 30 4" tf WV. T. wRIGHUT.
Lost ! Lost!!
Lost or stolen about the 12th or 15th lnst
he. following Notes beclow mentioned:
Onre Note dated Novembenr 6th, 1867, em
. C. Hill, for 87 S4g one Note dated Oc.,
15th, 1868, :and piay a,ble 1 869, 177.50 ; one
ore dated Oct. i5ib, 1868, and payabe
1870, 177.5'0 ; one Note dated Oct. 16th,
1868, :-nd pay able 1871, 1'j7.51. These
%tes nere giv'en as gnardian of James '.
Taughan, and all persons are warned agalinf
radig .or either or am of them.
Dec. 2 49 6t.
W. G, GLENN.
3EO. C. ROBINSON,
G ROCE R
281 Broad Street,
Choice Family Groeres
OF EVERY DESCER'NTON;
t the LOWEST CASIN W8
Dec. 2 19 ltn.