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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By Jobt T. Peteson, Probate Judge,
Whereas, Robert Moorman having made
suit to me to grant him Letters of Adminis
tration de bonis non. of the estate and effects
of Thos. B. Rutherford, dec'd.
These a1 therefore to cite and admonish
al and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said doeeased, to be and appear before
', i the Court of Probate to be held at
Newberry Coor House on the 3rd day of
Iwebuary puxt., afer pablicatioa hereof, at 14
o k i the forenoon, to show cause, if
tey have, why the said Administration
Given under my hand this '0th day of
Januar, Awio DQwii, 1869.
John T. Peterson, P. j. N. C.
Jan. 27 4 2t.
STA TE of SOUTH CAROLINA.
NEW ERY COUNTY.
By John T. Peterson, Probate Judge.
Wm. G. Mayes,has made suit to
me to- him Letters of Admsnistratitn,
de boos ao of the Estate and effects of
Elea F. Joes, .
to eite and admonish
all, a i*lst, the hinahd and creditors of
theW&deceased, to be and appear before
me, in t& Court of Probate to be held at
Newbrry-Court House, on the 6th. day of
February next after publication hereof, at
11 o'clock in tLe forenoop, to shee cause, if
any they have, why the said administration
shanldest be granted.
Ghen medermy.hand this 23d day of Jan
4l N T PETERSON, p. j. N. C.
ST4TE of SOUTH CAROLINA.
$r John T. Peterson, Probate Judge.
Wbee Adam Campbell bas made suit
to ms gant, hi Lettes of Administra".
tie; of tb@ Estate and effects of Andrew
ar?eoeesedtheceore to cite and admonish
a~ a ular; the kindred and creditors of
said ddeeased, fo. be and appear before
m Iin the Court of Probate to be held at
beyCourt House, on the -8th day of
Flbawry next, after publication hereof, at
11 o'Ulock In the forenoon, to ebew cause, if
any they hare, why the said Administration
shon$npt be granted.
Give under my hand this 25th day of Jan
nary, Avno'Domini 1869.
JOH N T..PETERSO, P. J. N. C.
Jan. 27 4 2t;.
Of F I1Wue sent Free to any Book
AGE1TS WANTED FOR
XATHEW KALE SMITH'S NEW BOOK,
S hi e-a-Shadow i? ew Ior."
A Work-Replete with Aneedotes
and Incidents of Life in the
Being a Mirror of New York, re
-:iecting the Secrets Qf the
One- Ageft sold 8 In de day,another sold
tderered. 227 in 15 days, another 3G1 in
7 days. No book ever published that sells
-ou wish to know how Fortunes are
pdlost ina day; how Shrewd Men
in WhiInStreet; bow "country
jeswindled bfS rer; how Minis'.
-t& itsn arefltakmailed; bow
Dance Halls ad Concert Salo'ns are Man.
-aedIbow Gam binHouses and Lotteries
naes a48 hbote able Burst. &c., read
thIn ikr 1Ietis you abonf thei lsteries
deNwYok,salfontains spicy lif sketches'
0115 neted miMReaIres'.nerchaat&c. A
lu.Octavo YDlame, 720 mes, Finelyji
1uae.The largest comnmission riven.
agi1 .n a $5.00 Greb-ck
smtteoe app) For fait partien,'
lura and esa' ads-te~u vole publi%hers
HUNT, BRO'S4 & CO.,
~t ~OmsOp1 & C0
.gjand 99 ..ater-st,, N. YT.
Cotton Facoers and Commais
AS eeentiv- established a honso iii
New Yokwe-are pepared to offer every
b.Igiy for recalvinlg, ibrvarding and selling
Cotton and other produce.
D eral cash advances imade, on consign,.
meets to either honse or to our friends mn
* uo s can hae rieuefit
.9WNfI give pMeuenlr -atentier to pr
$$g fervian Guano, snd warrant it
--BUNlT, THOMSON & CO.,
Ja 293 . 7 an 9Waterst. , N
*.Tow.Conettl of!Kewberry intendinig
no1%giif eforee the law agaijsti the
Bas saofffinons Jiquors within the
z4 ~dM tQ,v i and
-i traHlo. - is believed that some are
a violation of the law.
- M. -B2FgJ tendan
....AIull and ebnipktsasbonseat Arade's
best 20r04 Ste: .0 .& 00. Also
B. STEW&RT WCO.
nHasr$it fw ao and
H fterCaisk. Also ames of alldso
-gen. B. BrWART & 00.
Th subscrmat hering removed his stock
of gosto Capt. Ganntt's Brick Store on
*etafew doors above his old stand,
frWIqh7~7to here his old customers and
thel Hraly ieft htm there.
His -Sanck webbse stld Cheap
0a1 andbe convmn&ed.
~ ~ar0~ J.MICK.
Asuppl thhese justly celebrated2goods
for medicinal and private use, just received
' e are now receivingan,il
dep constantly on hand a good
assortment of Planting and Eating
Potatoea,. at tho lowest prices pos
LOVELACE & WH EELER.
We are now receiving a large
assortment of GOODS, all new and
fresh and purchased low for cash,
so that we can offer inducements
Dress Goods, &c.
We have Dress Goods, White
Goods, Prints,Bleached and Brown
Seeetiugs and Shirtings, Cassi
mers, Satinets, Jeans, Plains, 'Ker
seys, Linseys, Ticking, also .Cloth
ing, Shirts,- Drawers. Gents and
Ladies' Undershirts and Vests,and
a good selection of Boots, Shoes,
Hats and Trunks.
A splendid stock of Crockery
and Glass-ware. Also Keroene
Lamps, Oil Cans, Kerosene Oil,
Lamp shades, Chimneys, Wicks,
and extra Burners and Collars.
We have a nice assortment of
Pocket and Table Cutlery, Table
and Tea spoons, Britania Water
Dippers. Coffee Mills, Axes,Spades,
Shovels, Forks, Trace Chains and
Hames, Nails, Locks, Hinges,
Butts and Screws, Frying Pans,
Seives, Water Buckets, Looking
Glasses, &c., &e.
We keep Cap, Letter, Bill and
Note 'Paper, and .Envelopes, Ink,
Pens, Pencils, Slates and a small
lot of Blank Books, Diaries, &c.
-We keep constantly on hand a
choice lot of Groceries,Bacon,Lard,
Flour, Salt, Molasses, Vinegar.
Candles, Starch, Soap, Soda, Shoe
Brushes and Blacking,and a great
many other goods that we haven't
time to enumerate. Call soon and
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Jan 13 2tf
By virtue of an order from John T. Peter
son,'Probate Judge for Neabcrry County,
I will sell, 00 the first Mondaty in February,
at Newberry C. HI., one-Tract of land, con
tainingr sixty-four acres more or less, lying
in Newberry, and bounded by lands of
Barruck Duncan, Estates o,f Dr. James M.
Epps and Barruck Whitmire, the same -be
ing the real Estate of Mary R. C. Whitmire,
deceased. Terms, on a credit'of one year,
with interest trom the day of sale, except
the eosts which m'tst be paid in cash., The
purchaser will be required to give' a mort
gage.with at least two good sumeties to se-.
acre rte purchase money. *
By virtue of Adndry writs of Fier: Facias,
to ne 'directed, I will sell, out the same.-day,:
at- the same place, the following property,
One tract, the Speakes land, containing
?.80 acres. more or less, bounded by la.nds
of HI. 0. Henson, Mr'. Rebecca Speatkes, Mrs.
Martha Goree and others. *
Also, the G.ary tract, containing three
hundred acres, mere or less~- bounded by
lands of Henry 0. flensoni, Mrs. Sallie Gary,
Jacob Summzer and others. Levied on at
the suit or E. P. Lake and others, es,
Hnry H. Kinard. *3
T. U. PAYSINGER,
J.:n.I32 ., s;. .
In Columbia; of
IR. &W. 0, SWVAFPELB,
They Sell the
THE BES,T MADE, AND
Most Durable Clothing
in the State.
ALL THE LATEST
STYLES OF H ATS.
CLOTIHNG~ MADE TEl
: She undersigned wishies to inform his for
m* patrons, and the public generally, that
he expects to re-open his school on Mon
day,- the J4th inst. Those wishing to,avail
themseh'ea of the opportunity of sending
their sons, will do well to make arrange
ments as'soon as they can, as the school
ilneesrily be limited.
Rates of Tuition-per Session of
S Twenty Weeks.
Primary,---- -- -- -- -- ----$10
English Grammar and-Geography, - 1
Mathematics above - -Arithmetic,
Logic and Rhetor~c,.- ------20
Latin and Greek,- -- -- -- --25
Lessons will be given in the French and
German languages to those wishing them,
~without additional charge.
Board, not including washing and lights3
All persona indebted b.y Note or other
wise to the estate of R. B. Moore, dec'd,
are requested to come forward and settle
the same on or btefore the fifth ,ebruary
next, or they will find their nota ,in the
hands of a Lawyer for collection. -
. ABRAM MOORE, Adm'r.
Jan. 20 3 St.*
Bar and Billiard Rom.
Mai-st , Newberry, nearly op. the Court Houzse.
SSmith & Christian, Proprietors.
New Orleans Molasses.
For sale by D. OWR
Jan 1.3DM W R
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.
PYSIER & WILSON
Respectfully inform their friends and the
public generally, that they have opened in
the store formerly occupied by G. D. Smith
a general assortment of
Yarns, Cotton Cards,
Tobacco and Segars,
And i large variety of other arti
cles, such as are usually kept in a
first class grocery store.
dec 2 49
.o t rias
Jan f .l EWR o
Luhat ew' Arvls. ie,Hm
er.o, Fqle &c. Sileap by.
Jan. 6 1 tf. R. STEWART & Co.
Sugar, Coffee, &c.
Common Sugars, "A." "B." and *'C,"
Glarified, Crushed and Powdered Sugar,
Rio and Java Coffee, Pepper, Spiee, Ginger,
Jan. 6 1 if'. R. STEWART & Co.
A large and varied lot, embracing al
most ever? variety, a fine lot Toilet and
Salog Soap,~ &c. &c., by
Jan.6 1 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
Guns and Pistols.
A fresh and elegant lot of Guns and
Pistols, Shoi,. Powder, Caps, Shos-B4lts,
Jan. 61 tf. R. SThWART & CO.
All descriptions of' Dry Goods being re
ceived almost daily. Call and examine.
-Jan. 6 1 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
STATE OF SOUT1H CAROLINA.
By John T. Peterson, Probate Judge.
Whereas James P. Johnson has made suit
to me to grant him Letters:of Administra,
tion, will annexed, of the Estate and effects
of Nancy Bishop.. t ieadamns
These are therefore t ieadamns
all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
the said deceased, to b4 and 'appear before
me, in the Court of Probate to be held at
Nwberry Court House, on the 26th.day of
January inst, after publication hereof; at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to shew cause, if
any they have, why the said AdministratioA
should not be granted.
AGiven under my hand. thls 12th day of
January, Anno D)ominl, 1669.
JOHINT. PET ERSON, r..Nc
STEREOSCOPIC V . W.,
E. & H. T.ANTHONY & CO
504 3ROADIWAY, NRW YORK,
Invite the attention of the Trade to their extensive assortment of L'
ahoee. .f their-. p.,has.a. msfsa t.cd im.portet.o.
We publish sowr Pear 7Ahasaad sujects of Stereoecopie Vie,
Niagara, Mammoth Cave. Cubs.
Catskills. Cettal Park, ew Grenada.
Hudsou. "Trenton Falls, Venetuels.
White Noantaiaet,, Great West, The Adeqs
We-birtoo, Hosatonic. China.
Saratoc. D elaw are, Japan.
West Point. Lastantaneous, England , ao., a,
Our Imported Views embrace a large aasertmeat. Iucladingt
choicest prodncYone of Win. Fuglaan, Q. W. Wilson, Lm ad g
ether eminent phktogaphers, coasistlag of
Switerland. Ireland. i a, lHaer,w laneum
Rh,ue, Wales, 'rTnilerios, Fonntaineleai
Py,renevs, IPa onrA4 St. Cload, C 'utlpe,tte,
ParEsC P Germany f Trac es, Versaea,
ogland. Austria ' Crystal theo.e Irpaes,
Sctnd Iay. ITyrol. Rome. Ac.. B
THE LABDS Or THE tE t
A new aod intease ly Interestin series. Aloe.lurisls are d Tras
rent Views, i t reat ariety. We are also ex.elasive Ageota in Amteri
for FERRIER'm (iL.h VIaS." of which we have a led
assortment. Aeots for Frith's Series of 1-e ad 61 is . Phototrapt
Views in Switzerland. :he Rhine, Eigland.T A OYido Wales, &PC
STE.REOSCOPES.-We manufacture very largely, and have a tat
stock of tbs hoot sttew at the lowre rat".
PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBVMS.-Our Manufacture of Ah ms Is w
known throoghoot the country s superior 1n quality and beauty to t
Atl we selt are made In our wn Fsetoey. and our styles are differs
frim thoue of any other maker. Buyers should not fail to nge s
stock before making their purchases.
Theae beautiful pIetarea, that cesot be diiUlayfi*hed AMei 1
Iasr 091 Pmistar . at one tenth their coot, we Import largely fro
Pars London ferlin, Vienna and oe. and spply the trade at
E. & H T. ANTHONY & CO
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.,
mporte a d Malnuf'ls of Photogphi Mariel
Dec. 23 52 tf.
RHODES' SUPER PHOSPHATE
The Old and Longest
Established Standard MIanure.
RHODES' MANURE, in its peeparation
is made equally adaped for forcing arg
crops of Coo, Cor5, Wheat, iTobacti
Potatoes, and other loot crops.
The Manufacturing Department is on
ducted by Frederick Kle, on. of tie-Bis
Gkillful chemists and Manufcturrs in thi
It is endorsed, approved, and reco.
mended by all of tbe most pro kinen
Cbenlists and Agriculturists in the Southert
States. "It can be relied-upn as unifor
in quality," alway3 reliable1 produtive o
large crops, and unexcelled by any in th
Cmrkt,inoer tol h Plertae and TFa
er ftheSzuth Prinires zer nonn
WhP hepriee$7.0ce.,or te tpast easo
Facs rovetane, ndo thper cent valuable
iourCmat IUNO h a A."it fin te ma.
Gerano, rim the Phospates nd ofkaeiCo
pandly on hnRivr,andishpaed a are
thier fork cat he
intisc. Sn rerT o , uaran-s't,i
foret 23nd maiti itshhstnr, the.
distnhd e t ilizer. .EP
ammnica Vad otheri materialurase
Cbythe Company, an the phrpaedFlrl
er fteSuherFertiizer, konn
pany the resolve to e ate weo
wias proved to be acoplete Moanure,uand
teiae etrem sitiiePon.eBeso teCI
patFo terms, irr, and iothere nfrm
atiiorn t h
W'lnpa,yl, mUdES arrn0men., it hes
disngihedCharlesto, 8. C.t. HP
byth Comani, War, thparedn .C
Cor&nsget oferedton, Re. &c., orn
spetly rsolied, k an ile adhi.c
give tereon satin.faction.
For rsg irn a and Steel.for
Hors She. Tire Band , Ager nNai
WMn C3 4tDU.KOE & CO.
OI aebeen siciedbym Mfrend so
Soith tanti tohorder stovlesonhe, and C.
signmentsofrangtments ie, manufact
rerlyiie, and ca ilodr o l ho adce
sie thronDa. M3OWERio.
Jan n n13tel
GorENo. THr. Band K 'IpAd,N
Wild tr All owterbs, dralitDees, an t
jan 1 25t1 S,P OZR os
wol wil sa y tot all whie onlae of Frhe
bestl COKinn SaboutES thato hae, math sa
dwigadtornehose withemn stbl
crrae u andcafilodrf allothr e-r
nesle byms:fsle comd
Jan 13 . MOWER.
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 .\eta
C. 11. Judson, Professor of Matieniatics
J. C. Faber, Professor of Latin Language
C. H. Toy, Professor of Greek Language
J. M. 11irris, Professor of Natural Phi
losophy and Chemistry.
Dr. Faber will also give instruction to
private classes in Modern Languages.
Tiams, &c.-As the succes.ful prosecu
tion of the prescribed courses of study de
pends rather upon scholarly habits and
maturity of mind, than upon the reading of
I specified books, the Faculty will exer -ise
w their discretion in the reception of such
students as'can appreciate university in
The Primary Department is now a' sepa.
rate and distinet :chool under Prof. J. B.
Students nor on scholarships, pay A35.00
for tuition a::d incidental expenses, for ses
sion of 21) weeks.
Scholarship stud. nts receive free tuition,
but pay $2 50 per session for incidental ex
Boarding will cost from $15.00 to $18.00
per month, all found.
Three year seholarships, conditioned
upon the payment of $30.00 annually, may
be had on application to the Treasurer.
Those who have given bonds will please
make prompt p"ynent of the fir<t instal
nent, either to the Treasurer or to one of
the authorized Agents.
C. H. JUDSON, Treasurer,
Jan 6 2mo. Greenville, S. C.
Buy the Best!
We now have on hand the following pop
ular styles of Ladies and Misses boop skirts:
The Dew Drop,
Reception Demi Quaker,
Grecian La Parie.
The Duplex Ellipfilis a great favorite with
the ladies, and is univei-sally receommended
by the Fashion Magazines as the standard
skirt of t1ie fashionable world.
To enjoy the :'ollowing inestimable advan
tages, viz: Sup3rior quality, perfect shape.
finish, flexibility, durabilityv, comfort and
ecconomy. Buy the best
~1A HIAS BARRE & SON.
Sept. 23 39 tf.
GOOD NEWS !
L. P. W. RISER,
Resp'ctfully informs :he ci;izrs of M'ollo
hon and couuitry gen rally, that he has on
band at his store, a well selec:ed stock of
- foods, enibracing all art'eles usually kept
ii a country store, such as
Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions,
From a neck ribbon to t hoop skirt for the
ladies, a paper collar to a pair of spurs for
gentlemen, ia mackerel to a side .of bacon,
and a jews harp to a tin cup or side of sole
leather, for everybody, all of which having
no use for except for trade, and to keep the
pot boIling, he will dispose of
At such prices as will suit
the dear people.
Besides the above he has a large lot o,f
LEATER which will be bartered for bides,
or sold for cash. The highest price will be
paid for good dry Hides.
It you want cheap and good articles ca
immediately if riot soonter, on
nov 445 ~L. P.' W. RISE R,
nov 445 tfLiberty Hall.
In the District COurt of the
UNITED STITES, for South Carolina, Oct.
Term, 4868. In the matter of C. B. Counts
of NFwberry County-Bankrupt. Petition
for full and final discharge in Bankruptcy.
'Ordered, that a hearing be had on the 2nd
day of' Feb. 1869, at Federal Court House in
Charleston, 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
grantedh And that the 2nd and 3d meetings
of creditors of said Bankrupt will be held at
the offiee of Henry Summer, Esq'r. Register
of 3rd Con. t)istrier, S. C., ou 1st day of
Febru.try, 18639, at 12 mn.
By order of the Court, the 2d day of Jan
Clerk District Court United States.
Jan, 13 2 3t. For Sou th Carolina.
STA TE OF SOUTH CA ROLINA.
Newberry District-In Equity.
George Larsen, Adm'r, vs. W . ?1. Hunt and
It appearing to my satisfaction that Joseph
L. Clark is absent from the limits of this
State, on motion of Mlessrs. Jones and Jones,
Comp's Sol's it is ordered that the said ab%
sent defendant do plead answer or demur to
this bill within forty days from the publicas
tion hereof,.or the same will be taken pro
confesso against him.
Comn's Office, SILAS JOHNSTONE,
Dec. 18651 Ot. *8 o. E. N. D,
In the Circuit Court-Newberr'y.
Jamies R. Wil.on, vs. Thomas R. Wilson
and others. Bill for Partition ot Real
By virtue of an order of this Court, in
the above stated ease, I will sell at public
auction at Newberry Court House, on E,ale
day in February next, the real Estate of
James Wilson, deceased, consisting of 4(0
acres, mnore or less, situate in Newberry
County, and bounded by lands ot 'John S.
Rewick, Estate of James B. Wilson, dec'd,
E!tate of James Spence, Carter Wilson and
I will :sell the afcresaid land in three
separate tracts. Terms of Sale, one-third
cash and the balance on a crediL of twelve
momiths with in-erest from day of sale, p:r
chaser to give bond withi good surety and a
rmortgage of thme premises, or thme purchaser
- to pay the entire amount in cash if he
-should prefer. THIOS. M. LAKE,
Clerk's ORice, Jan. 9, 1869. C., C. r.
And in Store,
W. H. Webb's
No. 1 Mollolhon Row,
A Large and Superior stock of
Embracing every article in thit liae, toge
ther with a heavy lot of choice
G RUGE RIES,
of every grade, besides
BOUTS AND SHOES,
and many other things not enumerated.
Which will be sold
CHEAP for CASH!
Usual advances made on Cotton shipped
to Messrs. Brodie & Co., Charlesten. Also
sells Exchange on Charleston. dec 2 tf
Wheeler & Wilson Manufac
Isenabled to select the most perfect
finished Machines, and forward them to
those who may want, at the tmanufac
turer's price, free of commissions to the
purchaser. Any orders sent through
Silas Johnstone & Wm. F. Nance, will
receive prompt attention.
We, the undersigned. have this d ,v asso
ciated ourselves together in the practice of
Law and Equity in the State and Federal
Courts, under the i'ame and style of Fair,
Pope and Pope. Olfice Newberry C. H.,
I. C. SIJEON FAIR,
Y. J. POPE,
I take this occasion to notify my clients
that in my necessary absence from New.
berry, during July, by applying to either of
my partners, Messrs. Y. J. or Sampson Pope,
any information or attention necessary to
my old busit:ess will be promptly given.
July 15 29 tf.
The undersigned will commence liis
School on MONDAY, the 16th inst.
Terms per iohth, payable in aidvance.
Reading, writing and Arithmetic, $2,50
Ordinary English, (including the
above,) Modern Geography, English
Grammar, History, &c , - 3,.
Higher Englih Mat.hemat.ics and
Ancient Languages, 4,50
No Incidental Fees.
An opp)ortunity will be afforded to Study
Modern Languages and Book-Keepintr.
A. P. PIFER.
Nov. 11 46 tf.
M. P. Albriton, Again!
My Spsem of quick Sales
and Trl,Weekly arrivals of Fresh Goods,
places me int 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, saying, I
have bought cheap goods. I will not attempt
to enumerate any article, a inere glance ir to
my large Store House, will sati,fy any person
that my house is full in every line of goods
that are needed for the trade. Both by
wholesale and retail.
Oct. 28 44 tf
EDW.tRD N. TaIr.tToY. C. R1. HOIMSES.
THURSTON & HOLMES,
ADJ ER'S NORTH WHAR,
CHIARLESTON. S. G.
Liberal cash advances made on consign.
ments of Cotton and other pro.duce.
sept 30 6m.
This is one of the most flourishing Insti,
tutions in the State. Pupils received at any
time, and cbariied from time of entering,
Tuition, including Latin and French, $4
Boarding. inclnding Fuel and Washing,
$14.50 per month.
dec 16 3m J. I BJONNER, Pres.
The undersigned atre Agents for the sale
of DUPONI"S CFLEBRATED POWDER,
and having secured a ire-proof Mag.zine,
they can furnish the same in any quantity
and'at all times to Merchants at Maufac
tater's prices with freight addled.
They are also Agents for the sale of
Gowver, Cox, Markley & Co's, Wagons,
manufactured in Greenville, S. (C.
CARWVII.E & McCAUGrIRIN,
Jan. 6 1 tf..
To Debtors of the Estate of W. D.
All persons indebted to the Estate of W.
D. Gogg ins, deceased, must come for werd
IMMEDIATELY, and settle with Messrs.
Jones & Jot:es, or every Note and Account
of whatever size will he sued on this comiing
return day. DANIEL GOGGANs,.
Administrator, de bonis~non,.
Jan. 13 2 3t.
All persons indebted to us
by Memorandumn ACCOunts
or otherwise, must call in and
settle thessame forthwith, as
w*e must close up the trans
action, of tihe old year: and
hereafter no more memora'n
dums will, be kept, and the
money in every case must
accompany orders, to receive
MATHIAS BARRE & SON,
Jan ftPe- . Y McArL.
And Shoe Storea
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Newberry C. I., S. C.
Have on hand a large and weU selecte4
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers,
IMES' CALF, MP & STOt1;
Also a fine assortment of
Youth's & Boys Boots,
A large and selected assortment of
LADIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT AND SERGE
BALMORALS AND GAITERS,
In fact everything to be found in a
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 niany eustome*
and the prblic generalythat his
New Bake Oven
is now completed, and by its convenient ar
rangemert he can bake any and eTerytbing
in his line at the. shortest possible notie
Cakes, Pastry, &c.,
n satisfiaotoryv and handsome style. Parties
mnd Dinners furnished at shortest notice.
Fresh brelid, pies and cake on hand.
eals served at any hour.
Fish, oysters andi game can be bad at aU
Thainkful for past favors he solicItr~ a ns
inuance of the liberal patronage hearetofore
Dec. 2 49 tf..
Importer and Dealer in
Fine Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plato&
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasse,
Fancy Goods, &c.
No. 307 King Street,
CHARLESTON, S, (3.
WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEWELEY 33
Charleston, S. C.
BOARD PER DAY, $$.00.
L.B[T'TEIED, Mrs. H.L.BUTTR~IIIR
Charleston, S. C.
RY &MLLINERY GO9DMs
A goo#stock of the abovi con
tantly on hand, and for sale low
or cash, by D). IOWER,
Jan 13 tf.
The State of South Carolina.
y John T. Peterson, Probate Jadge of Newr
berry Coun ty.
Whereas, Mgorman Ruff has applied to pie
or Letters of A<1miniistration,: on all and
ingular the'goods and chattels; righteid
~redits of Maximillian Ruff, late of cousty
These are therefore to cite and admonish
11 and singular, the kindred and creditors of
h'e said deceased, to be and appear bef4te
ne, at our next Probate Court for . h
~aid County, to be holden at NewberryCou
lose, on the 21st day of Jan., nest, see
ublication hereof, at 11 o'clock in the fa
oon to show cause. if any,why the aaAda
ninistration shoulu. r;ot be granted .
Given under my hand and seal, 'this 7th
ay of Jan.gin the year of~ cur IAor4 093
housand eight hundred apd sixty-nine.
Joh n T, Peterson. P. J.~N. C
Notice to Debtors.
The No,tes and Accounts belonging tg
he Estate of Geo. A. Suber, deesd' iv
een pl.ieed in the hands of Messrs. Joneq
nd Jonesi"fdr collection, and'if not pa
efore the first day of February nex.sp1
e suied (in without exception. All personq
aving demands against said Esa, art:re,
nired to render them in by same dme.
M, 'PA sURR, Adn'r.
Jan. 13 2 31.
The S1'IlING SESSION of this Institutioq
ill begin Wednesday the 3d of 'fbu$r1
nd continue 21 weeks.
Ample provision has been, made for ef
icient instruction in all Departments, in,
luding Ancient and Modern Languages,
rawing and Painting, Solo-singing and
ocallzat ion, Thorough Base and Harmony,
nd Instrumental music.
For full particulars apply for catalogue
o Prof. C. H. JUDSON,
J.n Ea 2on Grcenvle 5. 0.