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N.EWBERRY, S. C.
VbdM Ytndng, 'Feb. 17, 1869
Owing to the pressure upon our Adver
tiing eolumns, we are forced to omit an
ieteresting communication from M. E. T.,
and ether art cles, until our next issue.
Peters' Musical Monthly is acknowledged
for February. It is furnished at the low
price of $3 per annum, and to say that it is
worth the subscription does not near tell
its value. Besides a large amount of inter,
siliig reiding matter, the present number
contains seven three page musical gems,
songs, waltzes, tc, making twenty-one
pes of music for twenty-five cents.
Tl s Priner"wCircular, an elegantly print
ed.montlly- i record of Typography, Litera
tare, Arts and Sciences. B. S. Menamin.
i1tor and Publisher, 515 Minor-street, Phil
a blpha. Only $1 a year In advance. Every
per should be a subscriber, for aside
f nn its Intrinsic merit as a specimen of the
Art, it is filled with valuable information.
IVo"Wrtr To Fae as.-The February
*amber of the Carolina Farmer is the best
st bs ed. This is an enterprise that should
ggoerously sustained by the farmers and
'panters of the South. Though now in its
psrth Issue, the Farmer has already taken
a b=gb stand In the agricultural literature of
eie day, and bids fair to reach the highest
standard of excellence. Send two dollars,
lesayear's subscription, to Wm. H. Ber
Dani, Wilmington, N. C. And if possible,
asmr dhe back numbcrs.
ThS March number of that ever-welco:no
fanfly visitant, Demorest's Magazine, has
Jist appeared in our sanctum, bright, beau.
6mid nteresting, as an elegant display
ofthe early Spring fashions and an enter
taining collection of handsomely Illustrated
tales and sketches can render it, and bum.
berises ets, descriptions and hints all rein.
#m e-to matters Important to the fair sex.
Tbis is undoubtedly one of the best.' largest,
and most usefull journals of fashion now is.
led in this cotntry -whether relative to the
bhssebold or society-and every womal will
And ItW an earnest, faithful friend. $3.00
eiyi. Publication office, 838 Broadway,
XnwessRT. S. C., Feb. 15th, 1869.
Masas. GRuKa.-The following let
ter has fallen into my hands by accident.
Please publish it for the benefit of all.
JOHN T. PETERSON.
NEWBERRY, August 1, 1868.
asEs HxDERsoN. - Keep your eyes
scitlned. Candidates from thvi Democratic
rankst lika some already elected, friends
h.adb electien, enemies after, G:ant men
ftow.Seym our men' hereafter, "All things
unatall, men" are applying to Scott for
Tax Collector. There is Bowers, Kibler,
.War'd, White-now Jim it is full time this
fling should play out. If the Democrats
-*'b t4 rergeive iromn the Republican party
al.the lmerative offices,. why the sooner it
goes to Hell with all interested, the better.
-,(.uthimk the Democratic part y. would
'aaa any Republican any ofBlee ?-Bierfield
a'candidate now-if you cannot give him
'5 eUee-dispense with it. Give him anad
aqored..aan the t wo offices in this dis
trict. Is it not time for them to get some ?
't is now or never."
Qa. Monday -you will see some of the
Democratic Carpet Baggers down to se
Scott-They have been trying to work on
41sesnd Corwin to speak a gond word to
~he Governot. Lake and Peterson have
moved up Bowers-. Corwin will be
pas eaMonday, also Boa era.
$ee Gen. Scot,-tell hien of their tricks',
-ubo*Wi be to see him, what his principles
we and wharthe De:.ocrats are bent upon.
*Now Jim, whes union or republican has
dKfiBe in this!district ; and could they ?
So far as the Bepublican party ate concern
.d they might as well be Democrats, it this
~obthe use. -
So far as concerns them, they will get
.er aBee-but go it for Sey.:.our & Blair.
hah in1d,aeemenI hass any white man to be
a Republican or go for Grant, if Democrats
mTtoget the leaves & Bahes. So fam as I
- apceerned I would rather see, in fact,
if Deanecrats are to get the offies-I hope
IGod that Grant may be defeated.
ea-sae laboring, who for; Fcr some
Dem.ocrat to come in and reap the rewards.
^Je damns reconstruction, curses the cona
tedita, Got Scott, Cardosa-Swears be
jueds to run the -negro out, kicks up he l
pirticularly-Yet is the first one to swear
a ies the.negro, is loyal-oves Scott
:wesd die-for the Constitution, if you but
vihm offee, keep off & away the low
- as Carpet Baggers and good for
noimng; Scaliawags & the damnedt infernal
Sieto this t,ing Jiin. It is full ti-ne to
. es a end to it-if party cannot support
patti the sooner it fails through the better
STbis: Is cemidential-dont show this to
ayone, keep to yourself', but act-Take
4pne-by the forelock and see Scott, prepare
hjafar.fl the petitions from negro traders
and its from Republican friends-for oi
c. If yen can do anything for me, do so,
~ayou must labor to keep any more of
buedamned tw'o sided fellows from get.
Mi alI heeBes that pay, and try to put
fs your friends, no matter who, so they
~1ave and are with your party--not eleventh
SRemember Jim. Read & Digest & Re
fet. See Cardozt too
Your. with advice.
-. 8 . Tear this Dp. FanR
Ext,ract from a Priuate Letter.
T A: * .* We groped about for
~sany, hours in this wonderful. place. I
Vwver' uaw anything like it. The freaks of
-misuve displayed here are very strange, and
-sagiks tshe behohier with awe. But the air
hun.wene parts of the cave is close and sti
Nig,aud when', we came out I found my
Mebf shsddled with, a terrible fever, which
anlsy prostrated me. The physician had
.nse wega anything like it before, and no
,gByedy he prescribed seemed to, do the
least Led. My life was despaired of.
-Ma. ~~w, with whom I was reuid ng,
-hali in the house a bottle of Plantation Bit.
sasd she insisted I should try it, for
sbe.aidasbe knew it to be a certain cure in
eB-cases f eaer, debility, ague, disepepsia,
to I had bu~t ttle faith, but. finally con
sented to try it se .a last resort. In less
than three hours after the first dose my
sever left me ; in two 4ays I was sitting
ap, and before Saturday night I 'was well as
Wver. -I tell you all this that you may know
-bpw to act in any case .of fever, or ansy
iIar disease. I irmilv -believe the Plan
~aon Bitters savedmy life. *** * *
5'uy neht I wilyl you sbout the Cave
3uidetal. ' .&J. P.
Eh 0 r4 a.T3-Qaperior to the best
hmotdGermnan Cologne, and sold at half
:(ol A. 0. Andrews luas retired from
thePresidency of the Chatleston Vi:amn
-ber of Commerce.
Th Charleston gardens are U :'
Genu. Gonzales, late of the Confederacy,
is under arrest in Cuba.
The large and attractive cut of Wright's
beautiful and complete Leader Store,
speaks more for itself than we can say
for it, and we are pleased that it is so,
as the pressure to-day prevents a more
NITROUS OxiDE.-We witnessed the ad
ministration of this gas to a patient a few
days ago by Dr. McKellar, and it acted like
a charm. No pain nor other unpleasant
sensation was experienced from the doctor's
forceps, and the tooth was drawn easily.
Tooth extraction is thus shorn of its penalty.
Cotton AND GL:AS.-Trains, heavy
ladpn with cotton, leave our depot daily,
and return as regularly with great loads
of guano. An evidence at once of past
success among our planters, and a lively
energy and hope for the future in mak
ing use of the appliances at command.
IMPoRTANT.-Capt. McFall of the M.
B-rre & Son Store lelt for New'York on
Monday last, on important interests to
the ladies, and he leaves the injunction
that they await his return with all pa.
tience, and reserve all the greenbacks
possible till then, as he expects to rav.
ish their eyes with things handsome and
Messrs. Duffle & Chaptnn,will accept our
thanks, for valuable contributions from
their Newberry Book Store, which we are
pleased to state is amply supplied with all ar
ticles in the line of Books and Stationery.
The supply of School Books kept on hand is
fall. They supply all publications as they
appear. Look in at the Newberry Book
Store, managed by Mr. Chapman. while at
home, and if you go to Columbia, do not fail
to visit the fountain head Store, presided
lover by Mr. Duffle.
PERsoNAL.-Mr. M. G. Gannon, trav
e:ing agent for the "Banner of the
South," fuvored us with a visit during
the past week. He is now on a tour
through the upper districts, and we
take pleasure in commending him to the
press and people generally. The Ban
ner ranks high as a literary paper, and
already has a circulation commensurate
with its merits. Mr. Cannon also rep
resents the Chronicle and Sentinel.
Both of these papers are published in
C. C. CUASE & Co.-We refer the
reader to the card of this new firm, and
do so with the greatest pleasure, for,
know ing the gentlemen so well, anid so
long, and being assut:ed of their capacity
for business,.and the favorable facilities
at their commnand,we can safelyv give them
a place among the prominent commercial
lights of our town. They intend doing:
aheavy business, in Groceries of all
grades, and the connections made with
large houses abroad will enable thern to
offer inducements to country dealers.
The purchase of Cotton will be one of -
the features ot this new house.
LIFE INst'RANCE is assumning an i'r
portanice in the minds of men commen.
surate with the great interests involved.
It is fast becoming a prime necessity, f
while the facilities afforded for safe in- c
vestment.are very many. The Arling. t
ton Mutual, a card of which we publish
this week, ranks prominently among t
the first class companies of the pres3nt It
day. No possible risk can be sustained ~
by the policy htolder, as the Companies'
large funds are invested safely, and in
the surest manner. Maj. D. S. Chilton,
traveling agent for the Arlington, is now
int our midst, and we commend him and 6
the interests he represenits, to favorable a
attention. Y. J. Pope, Esq., we are c
pleased to notice, has accepted the t
agency in the Arlington Mutual for this
LIFE INst.RANcE--We publish in tbis t
issue the notice of Dr. Branch, who is
Agent for the Piedmont Life Insurance
Company of Virginia. We understand,
that that Company has had- a remarkable y
success, based upon the ped ect reliabil
ity of its officers, who are among the
best men of Virginia, and whose charac
ter and standing are vouched for by up
n& of fifty of the first men of that '
State. Tne capital is angle to meet
any emergency; indeed it is a first-class
Company, and in these tim~es of
pecuniary distress, we advise all to take a
a Policy, and thus in case of death to I
leave their otherwise distressed families'
above future want. Messrs. Johnstone
& Nance are the agents at Ntewberry C.
H., and for the District. .
VERv AGREEABL.E AN~D HIGHLY ACCEPT- ~
AB.E.-Monsieur SChodair, of - happy ~
memory,~h'olds us in the highest eati
mation, as is evidenced by his frequentt
favors. He will accept a very large c
portion of thanks from both the "Senior"
and "Junior," for his elegant deposit
last made. The Monsieur, and'his good
lady, for we feel certain that the latter I
"had a finger in the pie," or rather
cakes, have the happiest knack in cater
ing to the appetite; and in ministeringt
to the appetite-editorial, they cannot a
be excelled. By rare~ intuition they
have discovered that the principal ap
proach to a man's heart is th.rough the
stomach, and sensibly they act upon it.
The avenues of our bearts have been I
besieged so effectually, that the citadel
yields, and the Mons. and his lady takes
possession. Think of it, little ones, and
dearly beloved readers, two delicious
desert cakes, all at one time. Just tbink
of it, for 'tis all you can do now, as the
'cakes have gone the way designed. 1
The Monsieur's establishment is now
completely fitted, and he will be happy
.to fill any orders left with him, and for
which he is eminently qualified-.
A Washington official was castigated t
a.t the Cnnitol lat week.1
DIED, in the Poor House of this Dis
trict, Judge Miller, at an advanced age.
A sad comment on the ingratitude of
the radical party. Fired with amition
and ardently desiring a high positio in
affice, the Judge took a stand with his
awn color, in the great League party,
when at its height, but failing to receive
a due appreciation of his merits, he "dis
gusted" with the party, to use his lan
guage,and headed the democratic proces
sion here, on the 22nd of last September.
Hle was an ardent lover of displays of all
kinds, and with a feather in his hat, or
i ribbon in his button hole, he was as
happy ar a judge; devotedly attached to
wvomon, wine and politics, he was known
ar and wide, but he is gone, the fi.idle
and de bow are hung up, the shovel
and de hoe laid aside. He was one of
the best wood choppers in the town or
the district. Peace to his ashes.
A GOOD REPoRT.-In a conversation
with Mr. Bruggeman, the other day, we
learned that already have one hundred
1nd seventy enigra ts been brought to
this, Laurens and Edgefield districts,
through the Newberry Immigration So
:iety, since its formation. Mr. B. gives
a cheering account of the working of the
Society, and this fact alone is sufficient
to prove how well it is working, and
how successfully it is managed. He
states that the interest is increasing
;reatly, and that applications for labor
re flow ing in constantly. The fiext
rear will give a large increase to our
yopulation, we feel certain, and all the
nterests of our people will be subserved.
Let them come, we want them, and
ome they will, if they are sought after,
nd remain too, adding to, and improv
ng all branches of industry, if we receive
nd treat them properly. .This latter is
most important feature in the success
>f the enterprise, and though it is be
ieved that the farming population re
:ognize it in good faith, it may not be
miss to mention, that the better the
reatment, the better will that cl:ass of
itizens become, and the better will the
amployer be paid in work.
WEEKLY S'MMING. -One of the most
greeable duties devolving on the con
luc:or of a weekly paper, is to sum up
mnce in the seven days a record of the
avors bestowed during the week past.
ith no spirit of vain glory is this done,
ior with boastful desire, but with a
rish to evince a hearty appreciation of
he good feeling entertained toward us
y our friends. Among the many who
i,one with the other, in seeing how
much of good they can bestow on us, is
ur friend Lawarence Marshall. A whole.
iuled fellow is he, w"hat he lacks in
auscle (an arm lost in battle) he makes
ip in heart, and na heart whi,-h prompts
he doing of big thinags. Law rence says,
-in speaking of e litori7al ofterinage,
that this or th:at mian doas, "I'll see
im and go doubk." Now we <ion't
rant L1wrence go i:ju:re himself, n'nd
on't thinak he a ill eitiher, fo,r aside from
is wish.to gratify us, he has a great
ugard fo,r the benefit acc-ruing fromn the
-ee use of printer's inak. Hie lias dis
avered -its great advantages and con
inually invokes its aid, not only by ad
ertising constanatly, hut by the admiin
tering of shad, black fish, oysters, &c.,
a ouir table. WVe are pleased to see
hat the public appreciate him, for he
isposes of moYe of the above delectable
hmngs than any oilier man in to'rn.
f you want these articles froh, call on
Wzu.L YOUJ PLEASE sIT As A JURO.
,uch was the polite salutation made us
few days since by Squire Kinards'
lerk, while pushing our way through
h e crowded street, o n important
boughts intent. Stopping for an instant,
nid struck with the exceeding politeness
nd modesty of the request, we stopped
a view the bearer of this magisterial
ppeal. Hie was a good looking young
an, of about 20 summers, ard as many
rintt rs, and not being pressed for time
e waited, while we looked and reflected
2ent:-dly. To be or not to be ?' Th2t
as the question. Profit and honor lay
a the balances. 'Twas but a moment,
oaever, and profit carried the point.
'he answer which suggested itself, but
rhich we did not express, was, "young
ani, avacnt ! thou troublest us," but
astead of w'ieh we smiled, and said
ratelligibly, "nary time, young man,"
ad onward sped. Trurning, we. saw
tim standing still, flabbergasted as it
rere ; the thought of refusal was far
rom his thoughts, and the ~disap
iointment sorely felt. No doubt a count
ras made on our sitting, and that Squire
Einard and himself, after long and earn
st deliberation, had decided on exten
ing an invitation to the editor; tbe
ourt would not be "all sitting" unless
te could be brought to sit, thought they.
eeing under many obligations both to
he Squire and his clerk for the mark of
onsideration intended to be conferred,
r offer the apology that a press of mat
er alone prevented an acceptance, and
hat any ot1er time when less busy we
vil let our light shine on their honora
le Court. At the same time we wish
tunderstood, that we care not for dis
inction, in this or any other public line,
nd thiat when we sit, we prefer that it
emin some snug corner, and preferably
t home, with a book and one of Dr.
~ouin's choice segars, in a quiet 'man
er, comporting with the demeanor and
haracter of a modest man. Sacrifice's
oust be made, however, and the great
st of men have to recognize the calls
nade by society, therefore when next
re meet that young man, and have the
imne, and the invitation be repeated, the
;uire can count us one "to sic."
We cannot but help noticing the great
lifference in respect to the call for ja
ors' services between the Magistrates'
nd the no called higher courts, for in
he one, you are politely urged and in
ited to sat, while in the other it com, s
n shape of a command to be and aD
>ear, and fail not, on pain of fine, &c.
Ve like the former, and will give our
>atronage to it, and compliment Magis
rate Einard for the manner in which he
ischarges the duties of his high posi
ion, and the young man, too. Here's to
Index to New Advertisements.
R. Stewart-New Goods of various
Secrets of the Great City-Jones,
Brothers & Co., Atlanta, Ga.
The Leader Gook Stove-W. T.
New and Cheap Grocery Store-R.
Moorman & Co.
Cotton Buyers, Grocery and Provision
Dealers, &c.-C. C. Chase & Co.
Assessor's Notice-Kinard & Coate.
Assignee's Sale.-G. F. Long.
Bankruptcy Notices--J. P. M. Epping.
" f. D. Horlbeck.
Schedule S. C. R. R.-H. T. Peake,
Internal Revenue-H. C. Corwin.
Arlington Mutual Life Insurance.-D. S.
Chilton, General Agent.
L. R. Marshall-Wants to buy and
wants to sell, &c. Everybody help him
to do it.
U. S. Internal Revenue-J. II. Dennis.
Piedmont Life Insurance-Johnston
& Nance, Agents.
Hard ware-S. P. Boozer & Co.
A. Harris-Groceries and Dry Goods.
Durham Lovelace-Groceries and Nic
D. Ward & Co.-Grocers and Restau
Charles Kerrison-Who-lesale and Re.
tail Dry Goods dealer, 252 King-st.,
Charlest4n, S. C.
NEwanY, Feb. 16 -Cotton quiet at 26}.
COLUMBIA, Feb. 15.-Sales of cotton, to-day,
only about 5- bales, at fair prices.
NEw YORK, February 15-7 P. M.-Cotton
dull and le. lower, with sales of 1.9 0 bales, at
29 a 29k. Flour dull and unchanged-superfine
5.86; common to fair extra Southern 6.75 a 7 2).
AUGUsTA, Feb. 15 -Cotton market quiet,
sales 289 bales-middlings 27k. .
CHARLaSTO1, Feb. 15.-Cotton dull and nom.
inal with no sales-quotations cannot be given;
receipts 888 bales.
LIVaRPOOL, Feb. 15.-Evening.-Cotton dull
-uplands 124; Orleans 121; sales 8,000 bales.
Blacksmith's Bellows, 80, 382, and 34 inches,
Anvils, Vises, Hammers, Stock and Dies, Ames
Shovels, Spades, and Manure Forks, with a full
and complete stock of best English and Ameri
can Hardware and Cutler, all at the lowest
cash prices, at S. r.OOZER & CO'S.
Feb. 177 4t.
Hoes and Chains.
100 dozen Brades' Crown Hoes,
150 pair Wagon and plow Traces,
Tongue, Stay, Stretcher, Lock. Fifth Breast
and Well Chains, at low. st market prices, at
S. P. $OOZER & CO'S.
Feb. 17 7 4t.
U. S. Internal Revenue.
DEPUTY CoLLEcTOa's OaICE.
N swBeaaY. S. C., Feb. 15th, 1863.
Notice is hereby given to all persons claim
ing an interest in the following described prop.
erty, seized from W. A. Rose, of Clinton, S. C.,
for violation of Internal Revenue Laws, to wit:
about 30 gallons of Whiskey, to appear and make
such claim on or before the 18th day of March
next. JAS H. DENNIS,.
De, 7 puty Collector, 3d District, S. C.
South Carolina Railroad.
GENERAL SUP'ERINI'ENDENT'S OEi'ICE,)1
O N arnd after THIS INSTA NT, the
fol!owing Schedule will be cbserved:
Leave Columbia. at..................7 45 A. 11.
A rrive at Columbia .....................5.45 P. M.
;TH HOUCHI MAIL IRA IN.
Arr ive at Columbia ...................11 3.5 A. M1.
Lea~ve Columbia, at...................131) P. M .
Passengers taking the rihrough Mail ifrain for
the North. via E ingeville, make olose connec
tion; also forthie West. at Augusta, for Mem
phis. New 0; leans, etc. H.T EAKE
Feb. 177* .(Gei erai Superintei.dent.
Ini pursuance of' an order to nje directed, I
will sell at piublic aneiiol alt Newber ry U. H.,
o:i Monday the 1st day of Mard,b next, the
Notes, Acons &c., belonging to the Es
tale of J. D. Bruce-B;ankrupt.
G. F. LONG ,Asignree.
Feb. 17-7 2t.*
Notice is hereby gi'ven to all PERiONA L
OR RE AL EsTA TE HOLDERS in our re
spective Townships, viz: Nos. 8, 4, 5, 6
and 7, that all t.hose irrespective of color,
who fail to give in their names and prop
erty by the 1st April, ensuing, will be
H ANDED over to the Auditor, to be DEA LT
with as the Law PROVIDEs, which is by
no means pleasant-MARK THIS.
JOHN P. KINA RD.
Feb. 17l 4It. JOHN COATE.
Next door to Capt. Gauntt's,
Choice Family Groceries,
Keeps constantly on band all articles in
the above line, besides
Candies, Tobacco, Segars,
and a variety of other articles.
Please call and examine my stock and
inquire my prices, which will he found
satisf'actory. Feb. 17 7 if.
The Subscriber is Agent for the State of South
Carolina for one of the best, and most reliable
Life Insurance Companies in the world. For the
FrasT Sixteen Months of its business. it had re
cured about Two THOUsARD roL.WIEs, and had
received an Income or about Tass HuwDaxD
and 8irrY THOUSAxp DOLLARs
It is a VIRGINIA COMPAN Y ; and as an evi
dence of its high standing at home,.where it Is
best known, a large portion of its business is
done ini that State. It has invariably paid all
of its losses AT oJcE, waiving the NINETY~
DAYS' NOTICE, as allowed by the terms of the
Gen. N- G. EVANS was Insured in THIS Cox
PARY, and Immediately after his death, Ihad
the pleasare of presenting to his afflicted family,
the amount of his Policy--5,0u0.
Call on Johnston a Nance, and secure a Po'i
c7. ISAAC BRANCH, 11. D.,
J. J. WAaDLAW, M1. D., Medical Examiner
at Abbeville, C. H.
Newberry, C. H , Feb. 14, 1869. tf
I want to buy from 5 lbs.
to 500,000 pounds of clean
I want to sell
20 gallons Fresh Oysters,
200 Shad, and -
500 strings Black Fish,
which I will be receiving
fresh every day this week.
L. R. MARSHALL,
Feb 17 7
Grocery Store and Bar Room.
We giave removed our Bar to the rear and
opened a nice lot of Groceries in the front
store, which we sell cheap for cash. Our
restaurant Is nicely fitted up: we will always
keep on hand a choice stock of Liquors and
Groceries. D. WARD & CO.
The most beautiful Cookinug St<
do all kinds of Cooking with as litt
stove has. It is very heavy and dt
LEADER, 1 keep constantly on hai
operate well. Out of the many E
The Tin Business is still carrie
NEW AND CHEAP
We have just opened a heavy stock of
Family & Plantation Groceries,
or superior quality, at
No. 2, Mollohon Row,
in the Town of Newhberry, whetre we wi!I
constantly rec.-ive and keep a full assort
:aent of all goods in our lia'e, and1
Sell them as lowe as they can be
Sold in this MarketI
in connection with the Grocery trade, we I
rill do a general Gonnuni.sion business, and
ill ma&ke liberal adn~taces on all Cotton
or other produce entrusted to our shipment.I
We will also purchase every kind of pro
nce at market prices.
We invite our friends and the public
enerally to an examination of our stock.
R. MOORMAN~ & CO.
Feb. 17 7 tf.
R. MOORMAN & o.
Have just received their ]
Large and well selected stock
roceries and Family
onsisting ~in part of Bacon
~Hams, Sides and Shoulders, Lard, <
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses and
yrup, Flour,Irish Potatoes,Mack
rel, Salt, in Sacks, Bagging, Rope
and Twine, Nails, Cooper's ware,
Also, a fine lot of Cheese, Can
Ies, Table Salt, White Wine andi
ider Vinegar, Crackers, Raisins,
runes, Altnonds, Pecans, Black
nd iRed Pepper, Spices, Nutmegs.
inger, Cloves and Essences of
Also, a gr'eat variety of Family
nd Toilet Soaps, Soda, Starch,
Bluing and Copperas.
Also, different grades of Chew
ng and Smoking Tobacco and Ci
ars, Powder, Shot, Bar Lead,
Percussion Caps, togetber with
nany other articles in general use
n families, that cannot be enume
ated. Feb. 17 7
C. C. CHASE & CO.,
Newberry C, H. S. C.
nsafewcdays will be in receipt of a large
Peruvian Guano, &c.
Ofer fine inducements to Planters and Heads
f Families laying in supplies.
Retail Dealers will DO WELL to give us
Will be found at store formerly oceppied
by Messrs. Wiskeman a Wilber.
Feb 177 tf
New Goods, New Goods.
The subscriber has this day a lot fresh
oods, consisting in p art of Plain and Plaid
)snaburg, 8 oz. to the poignd, Brown and
Beached Shirting and Sheeting. Hillside
eans, Brown and Bleached Jeans, 10k
leace Sheeting, &. c
uick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
many advantages whbich nOother
as many stoves are. Besides the
rns, all of which are warranted to
nowledge has failed to give entire
work will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
Formerly of the Firm of C.
& F . L KER RISON, would inform his *ism4s
and thre public that he has purchased from Mr.
3A31!S B. BErTS. all his st'OCK IN TRAD
&c., at the store, No. 252 RIN G-STREET. a
will there continue the Dry Goods Bhuiom
Wholesale an d Retail, FORt Ca8H. on his own
ndividual account and responsibi Sty. Es uIt
roceed. wit hout detay, to replenish sad remqw
le stock. and continue so doing until the me
~ortmenrt shall be made comnp'ete and attractive,
As the termus will be SIrRtkl'LY G aSR.ee p.
r oved city acceptance for a short credit, it mew
wesarily tollowsa that thre prices mes't be kept e
ea.t as low as to be found at any other respcta
b e estrablishment.
H is brot her, Mr. E. L. Kerrison, assied,b
Mr A B. }tcDonrell, both expeIne
hants In this line, will be fudat his St.u9,
iding in, the conduct and management ofthe
uiness, and it is hoped that Jis.. and their-4.
orts to win the confidence and patrOna~ dO
ublic wrill be as successful, as in past d~w
he old firm at corner of King and X*
Feb 17 7 3mno
District Court of the United Ste.
Or thre District of South Carolin. -Is
Bankruptcy. I:a the matter of Josp
By whom a petition for asdjudicatios Vf
Flnr.trptcy was filed on the 80th dqy %
)ece mber, A. D., 1868, in- said Court.
This is to give notice that on the 12th:day
>f February, A. D. 1869, a warrant of
ankruptcy was issued against the Estate of
oseph Durckett, in the District of Netrberry,
state of South Carolina who has been ad
udged a bankrupt on his own petition:
hat the payment of any debts and the 46.
iverv of any property belonging to said
ankrupt ; to him, or for his' use, and tile
ransfer of any property by him, sm f@
idden by law ; and that a meeting of ,te
:reditors of said Bankrupt, to prove. t1afr
iebts, and to choose one or mor Assignedu
>f his estate, will be held at a Court of Ba*
-ptcy, to be holden at Newberry Court
onse, South Carolina, before. . 6. Jaie
er, Esq., Register, on the 9th day..f
farch, A. D., 186i9, at 10 o'clock A..
J. P. 11. EPPING,
-U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
by A.. P. Pira;,
Feb. 17 7 3t. Deputy Messengdr.
District Court of the United StaWe.
or the District of South -Osulima-inb
_Bankruptcy. In the matter of James 5.
By whom a Petition for Adjudicato of
Bankruptcy was filed on the 94th day 9f
Dcember, A. D. 1868 in said Court.
This is to give notice, that oo the itii4
ay of February, A. D. 1809, a.warraa4
Bnlkruptcy was issued against the Estate
f J. M. H. Ruff of Newberry, In the
[istrict of Newberry and State. of .ou
arolina, who has been adjudged a ia
uapt, on his own Petition; that the pay.
nent of any debts and delivery, of My
roperty belonging to said Bankrt,
im er for his use, and the transfr oany
roperty by him are f&bidden by lawi
hat a meeting of the creditors of thi,1
ankrupt, to prove their debts, rnd'Ss
hoose one or ipore Aigneesof his Estata,
ill be held ait a Court of Bankruptcy, to
e holden at Newberry 0. H., befers
. G. Jaeger, Esrq., Register, on the sBIe
tIav of March, A. D. 1869, at 11 o'clock,
.'M. J. P. M. EPPING%
U. S. Marsarl as Messenger,.
Feb. 17 71 3t. Dept*y Mcaeps,
[n the District Court of the
JNITED) STA TES, for South Carollos, J.
erm, 1869. In the matter of David H. q
iardt of NewberryCounty-Bankrupt. N
ition for full and final discharge in M
Ordered, that a hearing be had on teI
lay of, March, 1869, at Federal Cp
Rouse in Charleston. 8. C.; and tht all ru
tors, ae. of said bankrupt appea at si
ime and place, anid shew cause, if any they
an, why the prayer of the petitioner should
ot be granted. And that the 2nd and r
neetings of creditors of said bankrupt ~l
>e held at the ofie of C. G. Jaeger, E.
egister of 3rd Con. DIstrict, 8. C., en 9t
lay of M~farch, 1869, at 12 Ii.
Bv order ofthe Court, the8th day of Febr
Clerk District Court United States
Feb 17 7 3t. For South Carolina,
D WITHOUT EXTENf
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aJlge ass. opr,tAent, fewerry,t
Reson whyayo shold nour one to Ar!ng
on-in itis vril outrhesande theclu
rsoe Offeic, 321 R .Icpmoit stock
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rnerial, Aviatr-cions not Coferdlbla
di(byal rovion -of iscarter. in irst Miens
Jdge Y.EA ESTATps, At nt, neubered,
Wot not dspey Sthe r-ds oothe Com
roies;oflthe sk e in th copafrson.c o exr
h trge o neaeriskos. hratran usns
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Ire~bies notie thaot iler l;tend ind
aese AllSSE th tr'tv fue of thesANUALtfA
iS fr186, asd aforlows ro ferdb t
te Pomaa-Februy I23fud r l net
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AtCi nton ac 1 5ELETA t h.L 1t une17th.r
Wfte aontdry h eari of 188oadther Taxon
ariges onle Wahs,k iirdTbls
869 aherb patyivple notic,ta well atts n
Sis IncomeN ir tof the dateUA ofAss
Pefro86, firs, fompais: o opoain
AtcFo, Lwve-Fen 4th mits of Lauensan
A Laquren, mus duyMapply 2nd toeg,ite
Ati bCinoaess ith. 1uch applictho.wl
AtnMrtim Dibepo-ac.8t 9h
AuthNewmr,bl ersonswhoMar interest,
TisriAsesme nclces. etaxer asnAdmen
argstrol ~atorhesExctr Bllirde muTale,
eturn ad ilvter Plate, pownded.Mrh1
H..C.Icom prorWIN, ato Assess
Lar n ewberry C oun ties, foS.ic 8?c.aa
requiedr, st duly apply1, andr69, te
he bundsinesswth d suhappictnlarged
he city ofiisatrelorth
Fhcareow~ alprivng.oar And ert
da in nyoeaie Ditbtif Grces,0
Drytne Gordcsos, .Eitras FAdmin
lor, Exutrs Corffsee, uTak er
Le.0trs i the r ase25ovperd
His,macs eC.RIN Assessonfec
Loare,ns, dncery Cortices, c.
ogether w ry,S Cgoods,1, caho,
PS.The undersichedl whal benchaged
hefe capityeek Thesa SThrdaysand
tatrs il e thfie days frhoceris,
nd lack,fish. EtA. ail
B'or aon, Coffe, Te&c.ar
Sgoolo Asls craconkes, chese,
erdianeas, aneshd frut, sad. cua
le,maChes, et. TEAd confec