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the 2nd and 3d meetings
Bea~krupt will be held at
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2 Distret Court United States,
e District Court of the
STATES,-for Sonh Carolina. Feb.
In h the matter of Joan P. Bns"
~ ~u and sldcag Iaak
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sd that the 2nd and-3d
4ed[s o said B--kru" wig
st vdes or J. C. Jaeger. E.,
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see r a O.t, the s7a day or
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seae hesame forthwith, as
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.MATIIAS BARRIA SON
Jan...e J... Y. .mc .
SOLUBLE j MANURES.
Worik Acid ld e*pesphk Cai,
CRA rTOI, S. C.
Having completed their extensive mann
hctory, are now prepae to furnish soluble
perdhssrs, no other being available to
Plantera for immediate returns for their in
vestmeuts. This Company, under the direc.
tion entirely of Southern men of high char
acter, offers inducements which witi recom
mend it to Southern Planters. Their works
are among the largest and most complete in
the United States, and enable them to pre
pare at home an abundant supply of the
proper solvent for the South Carolina native
Sone Phosphates which are near by. From
these l'hosphates they propose to mannfac
ture a Ferttlizer even richer in Soluble Phos.
phates than those made from Raw Bones,
and containing more than twice the quantity
of Superphospnate of lime found in the best
average manures heretofore offered for sale,
the rates at which we offer them being no
higher than the average price of other Ferti
Users, while the Manures contain twice as
mch fertilizing material; they are in fact
fuich cheaper to the consumer. rhey are
offered on the market in two forms, with a
guarantee that the material in each will cor"
respond to the adverti,emeut:
ERTIwaX No. 1.-Soluble Phosphate, con.
taining from eighteen to twenty-nve per cent.
of Pure Soluble Phosphate of Lime, and far"
nished at sixty dollars ton.
Evlwan No. 2.- Pevian Superphos
phate, containing'from sixteen to twenty
per cent. of Soluble Phosphate, and three to
four per cent. Ammonia, at seventy' dollars
per ton, for approved acceptances, bearing
interest, or such other security as may be
aceptable to the Sub. Agents. A - discount
of ten per. oent. on the aOove prices will be
made tor cash. Orders to be forwarded im
mediately to the Agents, and delivery made
as directed. WA. C. BEE & CO., Ag'ts.
C. G. Maxursea, President.
Jan. 27 4 1m.
United States M a r
The United States of America-South Caro
lina D.strict-William G.Davenport (trus
tee), and Malvina R. Davenport, vs Rob
By virue of a wr?t of Scri facias to me di.
rected, issuing out of the Honorable the
United States Circuit Court, for the District
Df South Carolina, I will expose for sale. to
the highest bidder, at public auction at New
berry U. H.. on the seventeenth (17) day of
February, 180, being the third Wednesday
of the month, all the right, title and Interest
of the Defedant in the following property
One Tract of Land, lying in the County of
Newberry, and bounded by lands of Jas. M
Baxter, estate, of Hon. J. B. O'Neall. M.
Miller, Jacob Paysinger and others,and con
taining nine hundred and thirty-one acres,
more or e s.
Also, at the Plantation of Defendant on
same day, a large quanti-y of Personal Pro,.
perty, consisd an part of Mules, Horses,
Hogs, Cattle, C , Fodder, Wagons, one
Cotton Gin, Farming and Agricultural Im
plements. Levied on as the property of Bobt.
Stewart,defbndant, at the suit of William G.
Davenport (trustee) and Malvinia B. Daven
Sales to commence at 12 M.
Termv-ash. Purehaser to pay the Mar
shaTbr necessary stamps and papers.
W Sale to be conducted by A. P. feir,
Depty Marshal as auctioneer.
J. P. K. EPPING,
Jan.e d73 aU.s.MarshaL.
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
nforms his friends and the public generally
at he has takeni charge of this well known
ad popular FIRST CLAIaS HOTEL, and
Iopes that hy strict attention to merit a
rnl share of the pubilic patronage. .
The Celebrated ARTESIAN WATER
BATHS, hot, cold and shower, can be had
COACHES, wih attentive Porters, are
dways in readiness to CONVEY P'ASSEN
SERS to and from the different Rail Roads
jan E. H J.ACKSON.
What You Drink.
Out of thirty-eight specimens of Bou?bon
Whiskey recently submitted to a chemical
malsis', at theC various saloons in New
Fork, only two were~ pure. The under
:nedl ventures to aesert that his LIQUORS
and WINES are as pur as any sold in the
[nied States. As for his A LE and LAGER
BEER, itis without adulteration; and be
wishes to submi it to any chemical analy
ds. It imparts permanent strength to weak
yetems and invigorates delicate conszitu
tens. Drink his Beer;t you will enjoy the
reatess of blessings--health, and prolong
JOHN C, SEEGERS,
Jan. 27~ 4 2m. Columbia.
We are now receiving. and will
keep constantly en hand a good
assortment of Planting and Eatingk
Potatoes, at the lowest prices pos
LOVELACE & WHEELER
Jan 132 tf
The undersigned are Agents for the sale
of DUFONI"S CELEBRATED POWDER,
ad having secured a fire-proof Magasine,
theycan furnish the same in any quantity
ad at all times to Merchants at Mlanufae
trer's prices with freight added.
They are also Agents for the sale of
Gower, Cox, .Markley & Co's., Wagons,
manufactured in Greenville, S. C.
CARWIIE & McCAUGHRIN,
. Jan. 6 1.tf.
Some very heavy PLAID OS
for sale low by P O E
.Tan. 27 4 tf.
New Orlans Molasses.
For sale by D O E
Jan 13D. OW .
EEOEIL AGUU WANEED,
To dispose of guarantees for the sale of Lan
ded and other valuable property in different
~of the United States. Profits very
1sales easily effected, and no loss of
time from other business.
Address J. T. MLLER &CO.
lIox 4, P. O. Port Deposit, Nd.
Ja. 27 4 lao.
Just received 600 lbs. No. 1 country
Lard in hits, pure and nice, the very article
for house-keepers. Gall and supply your
seles at the Goeystore of
K AYES &.MARTIN.
'Jan 27 4 tf
4000 lbs. of the above now in store, of
sperior qual ty, and well-cured, at reason
able prices by
MAYES & MARTIN.
Jan 27 4 tf
25 Bbls in good order and condition,
just received and for sale by
MAYES & MARTIN.
In Columbia, of
Rs & W. C. IVAFFIELD,
They Sell the
THE BEST MADE, AND
Most Durable Clothing
in the State.
ALL THE LATEST
STYLES OF HATS.
CLOTIIING MADE TO
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
Seeetings 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 Kerosene
Lamps, Oil Cans, Kerosene Oil,
Lamp shades, Chimneys, Wieks,
and extra Burners and Collars.
We have a nice assortment of
Pocket and. Table Cutlery, Table
and Tea spoons, Britania Water
Dippere. Coffee Mills, Axes,Spados,
Shovels, Forks, Trace Chains and
Hames, Nails, Locks, Hinges,
Butts and Screws, Frying Pans,
Seives, Water Buckets, Looking
Glasses, &c., &c.
We keep Cap, Letter, Bill and
NTote 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.
The undersigned wishee to inform hisa for
mer patrons.amd the public generally, that
e expects to re-open his school on Mon
day, the 18th inst. Those wishing to avail
themselves of the .opportunity of sending
their sons, will do. well to -make arrange
mnts as soon as they can, as the school
will necessarily be limited.
Rates of Tulition-per Session o
English Grammar and Geography, - 15
Mathematics above Arithmetic,
Logic and Rhetor'c,.-.-.--.-.-20
Latin and Greek,- -- -- -- -- 25
Lessons will be given in the French and
German ranguages to those wishing them.
without additional charge.
Board, not including washing and lights.
thirteen dollars per month.
Jan. 13 2 tf. THOS. DUCKET.
HUNT, BRO'S & CO.,
Charleston, S. C.
Hunt, Thomson & Co.i
97 and 99 Water-st., N. Y.
Cotton Factors and Commis
Havin recently established a bouse ir
facilty for' reevn,fadng aueIn
Cotnon and other produce.
Liberal cash advances made on consign
mnts to either house oJr to our frIends ii
Pariesahlplntouas can have the benef
of three mar et with oce commission.
Jan 20 3
We will give particular attention to pur
chasing Peruvian Guano, and warrant i
HUNT, THOMSON & CO.,
Jan 203 97ad99Water st., N. Y.
floes, Hoes, Hoes.
A full and complete assortment Brade1
best Crown Steel Hoes, 0 & 00. Alsa
Planter's Steel Hoes, best quality.
R. STEWART & CO.
Jan. 20 8 St.
Ch ains, Chains.
A full assortment Plow, Wagon ani
Halter Chains. Also Hames of all. descriil
tion. B. STEWART & Co.
Jan. 20 8 St.
Wolfe's Schiedam Schupp'i
hMlled Wines and Liquon
A supply of these justl.i celebratedf good
for medicinal and private use4just receive
by the undersigned Agents for Newberra
SMITH & CHRIsTIAN.
Plain and [xtension Iop an
'lease examine and, test this Stove and th
you will find it all we represent it to be. stl
For Economy in Fuel ; "
For Durability ;
For Capacity in Baking, Boil
ing and Broiling; sic
For Simplicity in Manage- bo
For Cleanliness in Cooking ; Pe
For great power of Heat in up
Baking and Boiling, with Th
a very small Consumption n,
of Fuel ;
For Beauty of Design.
For Smoothness of Castings -
and Elegance of Finish; I
The "Cotton Plant"
ASER PALIEL C.luibia, 8. C.
Sole Agent for one half the State of 8. C.
Late Arrivals. .
Jusqt received, a fine lot of Table and RCi
Pocket Cutlery, all qualities and prices. hc
Also, just received a fine lot Silver, double ha
plate, Table and Tea Spoons and Forks, gc
almost equal to Silver, by ' n
Jan. 61 tf. B. eTEWART &*y .
Smith Tools, Fr
Such as Bellows', Anvils, Vices, Ham- ge
mers, Files', &o. Che.ap by an
Jan. 6 1 tI. R. STEWART & Co. le.
Suigar, Coffee, &.
CommOn Sugars, "A." '.B." and 'C,''
Clarified, Crushed and Powdered Sugar,
Rio and Java Cofee, Pepper, Spie, Ginger,
Jan. 6 1 tf. R. STEWART & CO. LI
A large and varied lot, em'.racing' al- lI"
most every variety, a fine lot Toilet and
Shaving Soap, &c. &c., by
Jan. fi1 tf. R STEWART &Co.
Guns and Pistols.
A fresh and elegant lot of Guns and
Pistols, Shot, Powder, Caps, Shot-Belts,
.Powder-Flasks, &c., &c., by
Jan. 6 1tf. R. STEWART & Co.
p Dry Goods. -
All descriptions of Dry Goods being re
ceived almost daily. Call and examine.
Jan. 1tf. R. STEWART &Co. tki
with the si,
Wheeler & Wilson Ianuface
Ts enabled to select the most perfect
finished Machines, and forward them to
those who may want, at the manufac
turer's price, free of commissions to the
purchaser. Any orders sent through
Silas Johnstone & Win. F. Nance, will
receive prompt attention.
Dec 16 -
Main street nearTLady, ~
Columbia, 8. 0.
TIlS FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT is'
supplied with the very best of WINES,
-LIQUORS, SEGA RS and TOBACCO. DIN
NERS and SUPPERS furnished at short La
notice. The cooking is unsurpassed. OYS. d'
TERlS, GAlE, Etc., in season. c
J. B. LANIER, Proprietor. bl
R. HAMILTON, Superintendent. n.'
Jan 27 4tf . i
Dr. King, who for the last eight weeks,
has been surprising the citizens of this
State, by the wondetful cures me.de by his w
Immediate Rtelief and Congh Care, has ap- a.
a pointed Howard Henning Agent for, this i
d vicinity. The Medicine can be found at the na
r. Post dfilce. 'Price $1 :pewJot&le. Money ha
refunded if not found as g aranteed.
The Exercises of this Institution will be
umred on Wednesday, the third of Feb.
iry next, under the following
Rev. James D. Furman, D. D., President,
d Professor of Belles Lettres and Meta
C, H. Judson, Professor of Mathematics
J. C. Faber, Professor of Latin Language
C. H. Toy, Professor of Greek Language
J. M. Harria, Professor of Natural Phi.
Jophy and Chemistry.
Dr. Faber will also give instruction to
ivate classes in Modern Languages.
TRxs, &c.-As the successful prosecu
n of the prescribed courses of study de- I
nds rather upon scholarly habit, and <
iturity of mind, than upon the reading of I
.cified books, the Faculty will exer.-ise
eir discretion in the reception of such
idents as can appreciate university in- F
The Primary Department is now a sepa.
*. and distinct school under Prof. J. B. i
Students not on scholarships, pay $3.5.00 i
tuition and incidental expenses, for ses- i
n of 20 weeks.
Scholarship stud nts receive free tuition, t
t pay $2 50 per session for iccidental ex- I
Boarding will cost from $15.00 to $18.00 l
r month, all foutnd.
Three year seholarships, conditioned
on the payment of $30.00 annually, may I
had on application to the Treasurer
ose who have given bonds will please
ke prompt payment of the fir-;t instal- r
rnt, either to the T.easurer or to one of
- C. H. JUDSON, Treasurer,
Lin 6 2mo. Greenville, S. C.
3uy the Best!
. sa.-sii- rm 1
We now have on hand the following pop
tr styles of Ladies and Misses boop skirts:
e Dew Drop,
Beception Demi Quaker,
Grecian La Pario.
rhe Duplex Elliptic Is a zreat favorite with
ladles, and is universally receommended
the Fashion Magazines as the standard
t of the fashionable world.
o enjoy thie followlng inestimable advan
es, vis: Superior quality. perfet shape.
ls, flexibility, durability, comfort and
:onomy. Buy the best.
MA FRIAS BARR & SON.
lept. 23 39 tf.
FOOD NEWS !
..P.W R IS ER,
spetfully informs the citizens of MollQ
ti and country generally, that he has on
ud at his store, a well selected stock of
ods, embracing all articles usually kept
a country store, such as
ry Goods, Groceries, Notions,
om a neck ribbon to a hoop skirt for the
lies, a paper collar to a pair of spurs for
nlemen, a mackerel to a side of bacon,
d a jews harp to a tin cup or side of sole
tither, for everybody, all of which having
use for ex, ept for trade, and to keep the
t boling. he will dispose of
&t such prices as will suit
the dear people.
Besides the above he has a large lot of
ATER which will be bartered for hides,
sold for cash. The highest price will be
id for good dry Hides.
If you want cheap and good articles ea
mediately if not sooner, on
L. P. W. RISER,
nov 4 45 tf Liberty Hail.
L1000 Ibsrgenuine Swedes Iron,
5,000 " best English Plow Steel,
1,000 " genuine Swedes Plow Molds.
Eorse Shoe. Tire. Band, Hoop and Nail
d Iron. All of tbo best quauIties, and at
an 13 24t S. P. BOOZER &Co's.
[have been solilited by my fdiends from
e to time to order stoes for them,5and I
,ld now say to all who desire one of the
stCOOK8TOYES, that I have made sat
Mtory arrangemnts with the manufactu
rs, and can fill orders for all who may de
Eor sale by
Jan 13 D. MOWER.
GEN. H. H. KINARD,
Will take Dowers, draw Deeds and
dc 16 51
I will sell my lot in the village of Frog
rvel, containing about two acres, with a
elling and store house, kitchen, stable,
Lrriage house, and all other necessary
ildings. The above is a first class busi
as place. Terms of sale, accommoda
n 13 D. NOWER.
All persons indebted by Note or other
ise to the estate of R. B. Moore, dec'd,
e requested to some forward and settle
e same on or before the fifth February
ext, or they will find their notes in the
wds of a Lawyer for collection.
ABRAM MOORE, Adrn'r.
a. en3 aL -
The Old and Longest
Established Standard Manure.
RHODES' MANURE, in its peeparation,
s made equally adapted for forcing large HIa
rops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco,
'otatoes, and other root crops.
The Manufacturing Department is con
lueted by Frederick Klett, one. of the most
kiilful Chemists and Manufacturers in the
It is endorsed, approved, and recom
nended by all of the most prominent
,hemists and Agriculturists in the Southern
>ttes. "It can be relied upon as uniform
n quality," alwaya reliable, productive of
arge crops, and unexcelled by any in - the AlI
narket, in the high percentage, of Trae
Price $57.50 cash, or $65 t'me, with
!actors acceptance, and 7 per cent interest
ntil 1st December, 1869.
ORCHILLA GUANO, "AA."-A fine Bird LA
muano, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline
alts. Price $35 cash, or $40 time.
PERUVIAN GUANO, warranted pure,
and always on hand. Furnished at market
rices for cash.
B. S. RETT & SON, Agents,
Dee. 28 a2 8mo. Cbarletoa, S. C.
The Wando Mining and Manufacturing
,onnpuny offers to the Planters and Farm. B
!r? of the South their Fertilizer, known as,
Vhich the experience of the past season
as proved to be one of the most valuable o
n our market. It has for its base the ma
erials from the Phosphate Beds of the Com.
many on Ashley River, and is prepared at
heir works at the
EAST END O HASEL STREET,
n this city. In order to guarantee its uni
brmity and maintain its high standard,-the
ompany has made arrangements with the
listingiished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEP- I
RD, Jr.. who carefully analyzes all the and
nimoniacal and other material purchased
)y the Comnpapy, std the prepared
FertiUzer is n
>efore being offered for sale. The Com- ra
any is resolved to make an article which in b
will prove to be a Complete Manure, and sne
give entire satisfaction.
For terms, circulars, and other inform
4ton, in a
APPLY TO ind
WE. C. DUKES ? CO., Ageuts, Me
NO. 1 UOUTE ATLANTEO WHARF,
Jan. 13 2 Smno. tint
WM. C. DUKES & CO., _
$e'l Comm88on MeIChaMIS, l
outh Atlanti Wharf, Chares, S. C. JI
Consignments of Cotton, Rice, &c., re
pectfully solicited, andr liberal advances
made thereon. Jan. 13 2 8mos
We, the undersigned, have this'd sy asso
ciated ourselves together In the practice of FE
Law and Equity in the State and Federal -
orts, wnder the name and style of Fair,
Pope and Pope. Office Newberry C.H.
B. C. SnIIEON FAIR,
Y. J. POPE,
I take this occasion to notify my elients
that in my necessary absence from New- A,!
berry, during July, by applying to either of
ny partners, Messrs. Y. J. or Sampson Pope, ._
any information or attention necessary to
my old business will be promptly given. .1
July 15 29 tf.
The undersigned will commene. his
Bhool on MONDAY, the 16th inst.
Terms per month, payable in advance. Cc
Reading, writing and Arithmetic, $2,50
rdinary English, (including the
above,) Modern Geography, English
Grammar, History, &c , 3,0
Eigher Engrlish Mathematics and 5
Ancient Languages, 4,50 -
No Incidental Fees.jJ
An opportunity will be afforded to Study ]
Eodern Languages and Book-Keeping.
A. P. PIFER.
Nov. 11 46 tf. t
M. P. Albriton, Again!
MJ System of Quick Sales,F
and Trl%Weekly arrivals of Bresh Goods,
laces me in a position to give my custol
ira cheaper goods than ever. and
I am doing a rapidly increas
at desire to add to It. Every buyer who Dri
omes to my store, will leave, aaying, I Vo'
bae bought cheap goods. I will not attempt and
o enumerate ay article, a mere glance it to I
my large Store House,wlli sati4 any person to,
that myhouselsflllin every line of goods j
that are needed for the trade. Both by__
holesale and retail.'
Oct.28 44 tf
EDWARD N. TauasvoN. C. RI. Hor.xas.
THRSTUNi & HOMS, G
COTTON FACTORS P
ADER'S NORTH WHARF, E9
CH AR1LESTQ ON, C, k.
Liberal cash advances made on cdnsign- x
ments of Cotton and other produce. C.
sept 30 6m
This Is one of the most flourishing Insti,.
tutions in the State. Pupils received at any
tie, and charged from time of entering, Ga
Tuition, including Latin and Prench, $4
Boadin, Including Fuel and Washing, I.
150 per month.
har aRd BIliard 1Roo, ",
Main-st , Newberry,nearly op. the Court Ros. ces
mith & (Chrintian. Propers.r
And Shoe Store.,
RAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Newberry C. H., S. C.
eon hand a large and well selected
)ots, Shoes, Rubbers,
NS' CALF, IIP & SI1
a fine assortment of
)uth's & Boys Boots
A large and selected assortmeatof
DIES' GLOVE KID,
GOAT AND SENR9
LMORALS AND GAITERS,
In fact everything to be found in a
loot and Shoe Store.
oots and Shoes made to order.
ON'T FAIL TO CALI at the
iker & Confectione
MAIN STRE-Y '
Iewberry, S. C...
espectfully informs his many -tis"
the prblie general'y that.his
New Bake Oven
)R completed, and by its ement a
gemert he ean bake aar and enqtbit
is line at the abortest possibleaost
Cakes, Pastiy, &c.,
aiwatany and handaetpts ?lerths
Diane,. fauatsbed at sbortest dotis.L-e
resh beesd, pies and eakee earT d
s servedst ahy hoat.
ish, oysters and game ecam be had at l
hankful for es favots hie o a~
anet of the lratonaqs
!npoter and betrla
ewelry, Silver and.Plated
Ware, Spectacles, Eye Gasses
Fancy Goods, &c.
N.s 307 king Street,
OARD PER DAZ T, I
U TI1ID In. .kUW*ig
ng 26 Oan
L good stock of t,hd ibove oin
tly on hand, and ftt saIe6le
cash,,y D. EtdWEIR.
le SPRING SNSStON of this Institadion
begin Wednesday she 8d of brr,
c1tnne 21 weeks.
pvisi~ on has been made fos e
nt (pstrusti&n in fil Departmeue, ibe
lng Akef'us and Modern Ig.~
wing and Painting, o.gmam
maiaion, Thorough Ba an6Uud W
'o full particulars apply for estalogue
- Prof. C. H. JJDSotN,
an 6 Sai Greenvlle,,
100 Tons Pure PeruviaE
iano, on the way from hEs
We also expect to keep a.
od quantity of different
ads of Fertilizers, at oiae
are-house, near the G. .&
R. R. Depot.
MAYES & MARTW~
ATE OF SOUTH CABOLINAI
Newberry Distrlot-win 3quty.
rge Larsen, Adat, rs, W.R. Hunta
~appang to my satisftion that Jsa
Jakis absest from the IbnW itso
te, on modion of Messrs. Jon. and J~
rnp ol's it Is ordered that the aM a
Sfadant'do plead awer or demurts
bil within forty days from epbs
a eef or the same wIll be tkspeg
fesso ainet him.
o's Ofc,SILAS JOmNsONE,