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?emale Odd Fellows.
'hefollowing articles have been
proposed by the Grand Lodge. of
the United States for the gove7n
ment of Lodges of the Rebekah
he carters may be granted to
dRly qualified applicants to inti
tutq Degree of Rebekah Lodges
ii this jurisdiction, having for
their primary objects the visita
tion of the sick, the relief of the
distressed, the support and educa
tion of orphans. The said degree
lodges have these privileges, and
are to be subjected to the con
ditions hereafter named. .To con
-fer the degree of Rebekah on such
Searlet Degree members and their
wives as present a certificate from
-a Lodge located in the district
designated by the Degree Lodge,
and to confer the degree on widows
of Odd Fellows presenting certifi
cates from the Lodges of which
their husbands were members in
good standing at the time of their
- 2. They shall elect and appoint
their own officers in the manner
prescribed by the by-laws. The
. elective officers are: Noble Grand,
Vice-Grand, Secretary and Treas
urer, and if the by-laws so provide,
a- Financial Secretary. The ap
pointed officers shall be: Warden,
C ductor, Outside . and Inside
Guardians, Right and Left Sup
porters to the Noble Grand and
- & Tey shall hold regular and
'pe ial meetings as provided by
4. To fx and establish dues to
be paid by the members, and to
provide when those in arrears
sbh be dropped' from the list of
members. No charter..shall be
granted to less than twenty ap
plicants, or less than ten of each
- -, b To grant donations from the
- fabdb of the Lodge, for the relief
4he sick, destitute ordistressed,
aefor the education of orphanR,
aaanajority of the members may
'f. To establish such by-laws and
ruIes of order, not inconsistent
'with the institution, to be-enacted
fbr the ernment of Rebekah
Dere. -ge nor with the rules,
and general regulations of
The officers to - be elected
sa%"i.aneu y at the =first stated
maeetinig in ayand november,.
*Tis whohrsabject. wilt come up
etes'~ideration and fipal dispo
* ~t~.at the next session ofthbe
G n4Lodge, to be held in Harris
beuIgia ay next.
Iue AT A Biltws-Mr. 3. W.
Phsereoth~e Interior Department, has a
letti Trein Lewiustown, Mif Bin County,
tj ~ thai his sister-in-law, Mrs.
TiInnas L nR. had, Ihat week, given
birth to Lye children, all boynneither
of which survived. The -letter al-o
staesn that the mother was doing as well
as could be exrpected under the circwm
-Tbis.is4certainfr one of those esses,
yIeqsPrentice sys, a maj is en
bdto e divorce, on aecount of lisa
1t emigrant passed through
- abille.last week with a wife
aind'seven children in a covered
wigb, on the Vay frdin Missonri
to Nbrth Carolina. He left North
Carolina for-Missouri Jast fall, did
* nat like the country when lhe got
the+e, anid turned back without
4%ere is said to be a hool-'eep
er in Norwich, Con.necticut, irho
writes equally well with both
hands at the same time.
The Rev. II. W. Beecher -'ai1 in hi's
imesnom delivered re- :.ek ag'o, "I-hate
bliek. It is not God a color. White is
B omething Nlice;
Ihave removed to the Kingamore Gai
*lery-(ovet Miayes & Martin's Store) iltach
has undergone thorough reisirl. I have
plenty 61 soom with an excellent i.ky
l~tCome one-come al?, and see how
' b~ wrork in this commnodions gaHlery.
Almo, a good lot of albums at extreme
' Al~kinds of work done in the line of
I hav, all of Wren & Wheeler's Nega
time that were taken at this place.
We charge nothing for looking, and
noat anch for a pietare.
W. HI. WISEMAN.
Dec. 38 59 tf.
In.the Dist. Court of the United
8tates for the Dist. of So., Ca.
In the matter of.C. H. Sondley-Brukrupt.
It is ordered by the Court that a meeting
of the creditors of said Bankrupt, to prove
their debts and choose one or moire hA
uiae,wili take p'aae at the offEce of
*.6. Jaeger, Registrer in Bankruptcy at
Newherry 0. I.. in said District, on the
30th day of March, ~1869,. at- 10 o'clock,
This meetingIsin lieU of the ftrst meet.
- ing of creditors ordered to be-held before
B esry Summer, Begistrar, oa thq 1sth
* July, 1848. EPNG
U. S. Marshal as Messenger.
, weg A PPageS, Deputy Messenger.
UNITED STATES. for South Owf5 .
Ter1'. 186.1n the matter of John .Yi~
Ne@erwr Ooui-Ba. - Fdtss7ra
0um,has a' be ha4 she 0th
1W.oS.O. ac tat aU ,dle",
et said Bankrp .sad time andi
and sow ee, why
thsand ad 4
-t st om or*G~s
The "CAROLINA FERTILIZER." is made from t1
best Manures known, only inferior to Peruvian Gua
and sea animals, and possess qualities of the g test
We annex the analysis of Professor Shepard.
Analysis of a sample ofCAROLINA FERTILIZER,
Moisture expelled at 212* F.................. ........
Organic Matter, with some water of combination exp
Ammonia - - -
Pbosphorie Acid-Soluble - 696 -
bInoluble- - - - 6.17
Saipburie Acid - - 1101
&lphate.of Potash - -
;Sulphate of Soda
Snd .. . . . . .
On the strength of these results, I am glad to certi
We will furnish this excellent FERTILIZER to Ph
March 10 6t
WITH AND '
The most beautiful Cooking Stove i
do all kinds of Cooking with as little ful
stove bas. It is very heavy and durabl<
LEADER, 1 keep constantly on hand a.
operate well. Out of the many Stove
The Tin Business is still carried on
District Coutrt of the Unite es. Dist,
Forthe Disrict of South Carolina. In Bank..
me. In the matter of JA MES H. BL EASE For th
a Nagigon fbr~ A4Judication of Bnuk- By '
wase Aliid on the 31st day of December, Bankr
This ist.o oie thbat on the 1st dy of
- t.-- WJaes. - .Bleseofteof
of EdgsAld,and State of South CaoHu h ics
tbo has been a4u a Bak~ ruonahs,gg
na anyp7 yebts trict 5
o sueb Bankrupt; to him or for his use, an~ theina, 1
transhr of any property by him, are forbidden his on
by lst*; and that a meeting of the Creditors of debts.
ad Bankrupt5- ta provetheir debts, and- to ing to
be 4a coet ey, tobeolde b
itNCourt House, ~t- Caroliia, be- fobi
Mrh,A.~D. , ao'lck, . da fdebts.
J. F. M EPPING, of his
U. .8K aLU at Meengstr, Bankt
- - - er A. P. rims, S CLb
areb3 at .Deputy Messenger 29tb~d
DistrictCourt of the United States. Newt)4
Ange. ... ,. - -- - . - Per .
To whom it may concern: The undersigned Mar
bmrby givesnotice of his appintment as As
Sof the estate of AletC. Garlington, of
d Dk.trict. atewn C. B., the Cor
?t ~''' .E I:lxC Assignee. and
District Court of the United States.' Wie
~or the District of South Carolina. In Bauk*
. nthe. aatter otJp|n F. -Sin
s biimay- cbeerm : ne undersigned store,
adsaeof ot Carollas, with
~ Cuny,who bas be.a4 -?a~ak keep e
aFI5me SIIdTIthd . of 1 b Grome
e Phosphates of South Carolina, and is pronounc
no in its Fertilizing Poperties. These Phospha
value to the Agriculturist.
)RATORY OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF S4
e... . ..............................
lled at a low red heat...........................
.. . . .. . . . f ..
- - - Equivalent to ]
- . - Equivalent to ]
ry to the superiority of the CAROLI\A FER fILIZ
uteri and others at $65 per ton of 2 000 lbs.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMI
CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN,
ER Ek S
TITHOUT EXTENSION r
w in make . W l aeai qik o
as_____ an tv i s. I a aya
, it aiu rnhs,adalwokw
ointrke f othCln. I ake qUiTED bo
l as antve F.' ueBnr. .tha Term, a
arge asPetrdoentr Afjodherionaoferns, ofll
ptcy haesoled,o one to day oftknorledg
ir,A 1868 vario id b rahs,ad. l wrktcy
sc utogv noie tha Un-te stayI Orded
a Disrict ofais,the saro'in.DIn thos UITE C
ubr of idSNeberCB,anruteD. Ster, &c.,
Nerry, aPiondfo tadei of Sonuthoaro
opc as en ted 2 dayp of n an,
ist ienotiha, tht paythetofday nOrdered
chId Deltr of' an Warornty being ngkayo
wa byue Lag:tat aeeing of tHousn C
Sue of .sadB krp,o pron their 'tor der.
ud o coe~ n tte out Asinee
rhotas,beenladjuded a ankrupt of ebnurwy )
pt,.n th ebgnat ewerry oC an .l egi
sai 7akmpt to' or P.or i at, eil March
U.nb Lathal atmeengofter States
.r o th. aid, Dept,t proeher.
estte 9wl e da 3 ( In of a
j. . V '~PIG, nshe deI
. MeIssai sne. .ayStatsan e ,
a mis9lt ofGoelsnnten tenaftre
rhic hesel chap or ash Ou trd
). sncely &tte upRw oom ey acoft of
ad r oe os Brto the Lrquor and dyoM
m. AR - 00. Ths
ad by various chemists one of the
us are the semains of extinct land
......... ..........'........ 16 50
- - - 66-80
- - .s 2.60
127 Soluble Phosphate of Lime.
3.48 Insoluble (bone.)
475 Phosphate of Lime.
3.65 Sulphate of Lime.
Q. sEPARD, Jr.
& CO., Facters.
Agents at Newberry.
Ias fast, broil as nice, and
antages which no other
stoves are. Besides the
~fwhich are warranted to
has failed to give entiie
iI be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGHT.
District Coprt of the
rATES, for South Csolna. Jan.
In the matter of A.- W.'T.Sims
ew berry County-Bankrupt. Pet!
Uand final discharge in. Bank
that a hearing be had on the 10Oh
ill, 1869, at Fedeval.. Cpurt
barleston, 8. C; and-that all-cred
fsaid Bankrup_t appp sa said
~prayer of' teettioner a
ted. Anud that athed'~itd
redis of said: Daukru/b' will
be ofBece of C. G. ae
ttbird (3) ,oJebDlDIict1
09th dy Mach, 150. at
othe Cour't, the 25th day of
Da'triciCourt United States.
P3t. For South Carblina.
ist. Court of *he United
for the cDist. of So. Ca.,
er of-Bengamin J. Sinleip
red by the-Gourt5 that.1meeijnt
tors ofisaid Bas upt, to 'pWve
and eho ei,o more
tar n Bankruptcy, Newherny
~,in said Dissriet, on the 39th
'h, 1869, at 10 o'krck, 'A. M.
ting is in.lieu4o 'tiie'$rst meet
hors, ordered to p,p held before
mer, Registrar on the 4th Jan.
hich meeting was ng( beIdqn
the death of the s*id"Hlenry
. . a .se*fenG,~
E. &4 H. T. ANTHONY & CO.,
601 226ADWAY, NEW YORH,
INIt. t le tstea s the Tutide'to thelr emeee a. art,tawtofs o
*4ss.t 3mmh Car. Caa.
C.x1e Park. INew areas"
Mi.11 W Wa11. VeResaela.
White VNSU Gt-mS The A8m4-,
De..wa . ' . . a,
01S wp.!wy tf LY.a.A
Dec. 2.5g sIf
W F Iier.
tis ."t. C1ea0. l S. .aIuitagd
m i to'' the taead F.r
TEE21ED .OP TSBmZL 1
Whhp 'thgerler. i tene.a of wtastM ' season
ta or fa.r W. I te s .o .. b ef : na
I IterasfrmW the Pst.er. BedsA he.r
pan'yU AT IC ALshle -Ovr Mana'ifpeat I.aei
e tF rsat the w epr.r paltf nad ssip I. Gl
Atla e eear ad.e . ew- 7o,h.. ,i ' tt71 r
rttof as ett+er maker. 1...e aH am fl fet ten
ithis. Miati .ata. thoat uaelranetieits fuit -
f .I 0 IRa,N omi an ad maiaiits Phigotanad l the
annona'a n1 oe materiaucased
Dec. 2 5a n tf.
The Wando- Minif and Manufacturing
Company offers to the Planters and Farm
eri of the South -their Fertilizer, known as
VU- ch the-crperieuice of~ the past season
has proved to be one of the most valuable
li our market. It bas for. its,base theP pa
terials from the Phoaphate Beds of tie .Corh
pany. on Ashley River, and is pred at
their" works at the
EAST END OF BASIBL STREET,
In this,city. In order to guarantee its uni
formt"tyand maintain its high standard, the
:ody ba inde arrangements with the
Wis.guished Chemist, Dr. C. U. SHEP
A1RD-, Jr.. who carefully analyzes all the
imniealcal-and' other material purchased
byo the Copany,and the prepared
Core being offered for ale. &.e Com
pany is resolved to make an article ahic
will prove to be a Complete Manure,. and
For term, circulars,. and other inform
atlon, A~L T
simess of Ctton,is, & ,
ADMR' NOT Wo?r.I AF,
hatlslcied and hera dvace
a.e 3 2 m
TIraST a, & . HOLES
.WARESbTry,. . (
IP5ad cash p abdvagnesl tmate his osi
inEws -ef4oo ad the rs prodsibe.nte
OresH ra, piNe And a on and
Tespekfull forsmIns he olimitcustomon
wdtinac ofeblib eeraly tatag hir oor
. The comletd satisfcoy it n em~ar-l
nefe'tf thie cank iny pandcn everyn
largelylinceaste csoCtton orn nod
Ctrsae os, Pas tr,ac te.gn
ra satenactorn ofdpanserstyled PariersI
Fes,nlbiead, pieles~ af.: cais uno hand
iel safervted aet anytf6 hou ltyin.h
pisostesadi gmoran bse. s heal
Pacise~f foran Copany-fhioas- oiq con-s
iw~ p ofioa engagee gewihretofore
he ompgsi~tiat r plugite oftemGanabl
Ias ell asihe crafCttr, orc and
othery sae crols hcoaraucte fuhe n
raationtion ohse pnts and pfarmers. Inb
calliien him,l~c or tdreshi byao. aete
~it- fhebest 8. c *f6 a1lt~ i
JNsqe 8. ~sE impor.,n bGeness, Agthe
E'aifeptmao Compa Na cosmaR
kuAgtorin Sot CrhnCarleS~(sn
ifCa ;diedcni1u thenIatorie
We wll gs itihechlarater,o to par
hasung resrcesa oGahe aci warano i
- 15gTo , THOSO C.0.
Fisk's MlfC NiaI Cases1
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly or
hand a full assortment of the above approved
cases, of different patterns, .besides coffins
of his own.make, all of whicb be is prepared
to furnish at very reasonable rates, with
promptness and despatch.
Persons desirous of having cases sent by
sailroad-will'have them-sent free of charge.
A Hearse is always on hand and' will be
furnished at the rate oC $10 per day.
Thankful for past. patronlage, the sub
.seriber respectfully asks for a continuation
of the sanme, and assures the :publio that
.no effort on his part will be spared to render
the utmost satisfaction.
A. C. CHAPMAN
Newberry S. C., July 31.
Sash & Blinds.
The sobscriber takes pleasure in announe
is. so this community-. that,. having made
all nees'sary arrangements, he will-be able
Sash with and without
Glass, and Blinds,
At Very Moderate Rates!!
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CHAPMAN,
Oct.'7 41 tf. Newberry C. H., S. '.
EUninfrf il 11.
DlQW1E & MalSE,
Proprietors & Wlesale ruggists,
Charleston, S. C.
Dec. 23 52 -ly.
T. e. Forreston,
Jobber and dealer in.
GERMAN RENC&,EIGLISR AND
Eosiery, Trimmings and Fahey
. Goods, Muaical- Instrumen.ts,
Also Fashionable Emporinm of Designs for
Stamping, Braiding A Embroidery
Constaptly on hand a large and well i
assorted stock of
Braids, Frencb Embroidery, Cot
ton And Linen and Silk Floss,
N..BZKJ! m UN A Jl20N,8. C.
Dec 249 tf .
Formerly of the Firm of 0.
tr1.L. rERRISON, would inform hisafriends
and the pubbjo shat be -ha purchased, fuom Mr.
JAMES. M. lEfTS, all his STOCK IN TE A DE',
me.'.atU heStore, No. 262 -KING-STREERT, and
will e - putinue the Dry Goods' Business
easieand Retail, FOR CASH. on- his ownI
ldvdual sedoat and respqssibiUty. He will
the sook, ad catne so da ng antirthe as
sortment shall be-msade comoplete snd - atactive.
As the terme will be STR1UTL Y G ASH, or ap
proved city acceptancs fbr a short credit, it ne
essarily follows that berices must be kept ati
ds ist e un at any-other respecta-]
His brother, Kr. E. L. Kerrison, assisted by
hant in thisln wil be' fond atisStore,
aiding In'the~conc't and management of the
busness, and It Is hopedt that his, and their ef
forts to win the confidence and patronag of the
t 4 ldhm at cr.of Kig ad Maket-4
5t17 7 8.o
What You Drink. 4
Out of thirty-eight specimens of Bourbon
Whiskey recently submitted te a chemical
analysis, at the various saloons in New
York, only two were pure. The under
sig.ned ventures to assert that his LIQUORS
and WINES are as pure as any sold in the
United States. As for his A LE and LAGER
BEER, it is without adulteration; and he
wishes %6 submit it to any chemical analy
sis. It! imparts permanent strength to weak
system) and 'invigorates delicate constitu
tions. -Drink his,Beer;, you will* enjoy the1
greatest of blessings-health,. and prolong
'50HN O SEEG!ERS,
Jan. 2'7 4 2m. -Columbia..
HUNT~ BRO'S & CO.,
CharleSton, S. C.
Hunt, -Thomson & Co.,
97 and 99 Water-st., N. Y.
CoUon Factors and Comii
Baving recently established a bouse in
New York, we are prepared to offer every
flcilty for receiving,. forwarding and selling
Cotton and otber produce.
Liberal.cash a4dvancesa mde on. consigns
ments to-either bonte 'or to our ftiegram
Pr,fsAhtpgtoupnitave the bene*t
o iter'kwit oe eomnzilssion.
JAMES ALLAN, i
In.porter and Dealer in <I
Fine Watches, Clocks,
Jewelry, Silver and Plated
-Ware, Spectacles, Eye Glasses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
Nos. 507 KIng. Street,
.CHARLESTON, S. C.j
Bar and Billiard Rooms.
Man-st ,Newberry; nearly op. the Conit Hoef
Smitb & Chritina. Prirretar. - i -
R 40 DE SISUPEPiOMW9P 'E,
The Old and Lo,gest .
Established Standard .anture.
RHODES' MANURE, in its peepa tjon,
is made equally adapted..fVforcing large
crops of Cotton, Corn, -Wheat, Tobacco,
Potatoes, and other root crops. '. - r
The Manufacturing Department is con
ducted by Frederick Kletr, on of the nost
skillful Chemists -and Manufacturers hr-the
United States. -
It is endorsed, approved, - and ,'ecom
mended by all of the most prominent
Chemists and Agriculturists in the Southern
States. "It can be relied upon as uniform
in quality," always reliable, productive of
large crops, and unexcelled by any ir the
market, in the high percentage, of'True
Price $57.50 cash, or $55 tme, with
Factors acceptance; -a -ndper cent interest
until lat December, 1&9. .. .
ORCHIDLXUUANO a"=A ird
Guano, rich .in Phesphates and Alkaline
Salt. ~Price $t35'cash, or $40 time.
PERUVIAN- GUANO, "'auhied^' re,
and always on hand. Furnished:at m ket
prices for cash.
B. S. RIIETT & SON, Agents,
Dec. 2352 8mo. Charleloa,1C.
No. '1 Peruvian Guano, $60, -p on, in
gold, or its equivaler,t iu etrrer* .
Bruce's Concentrated Fetdliier, 'n bar
rels, per ton, $50. -<
Pure Ground Bone, in -barrels, pere on,
Bone and Meat, in barrels, per to $88.3'
Fish Guano, in barrels.
Alta Vela Guano, $25. -
Attn Vela Phosphate, in bap, $
Grotrnd Plaster, per birre f'
Swan Island Gnano, in'b"a '1 o 1,
135 per ton. -
Sulpbate of Soda, in barrels,. per tot $ 0.
Soluble Paci6e Gnanh; $60. I
Best Superphosphate, cotitainink e er
.ent. soluble phosphoric acid ,= and. tee
per cent. ammonia, put up in bags or bar
rels. Price $5 per ton.
Cuban Guana, from caves, containig
besides the usual pho?phates an& orgahie
matter-five to six per cent. of niti trof
potash. An excellent application fot
voes, tobacco, cotton, etc. Price in ,
$35 per ton..
South Carolina Phosphate,: gronndand
put in bags or barels.
Navassa Geano, by the- rafgo,ln lump,
For sale by
GEO. E. WHITE,
t1ll Front Streeti NUYi
Oct. 14 42 6mo.
Carriage and Bgs
J. Taylor & o.e .I
Will keep const -ntly-oni hand'a good as
ortment of flue BUTGGIEs of the most* ap
,roved styies -and patterns, comnbining
ightness and durability. Built to or.
'ght Rockaways, and Plantation Ukrriager,
'heatons, Top and no Top Buies,&c.
Old Carriages anidBuggis reovua~
nade to look as good 'as new," g
lone in the best manner indlat 4~~Ab
>rice's, and all work estimed on ~efdre it
s repaired and a copy givii to-ourv ento
ners. Special attention given to repainhg
ine Carriages and Buggies, -which it'1mp4qr
:ant to consumers. Freight willbpsdkoe
sway, when sent by Riod, hef thWre
mairs amount to over $100. -Wuhe notRMg
int the best materials that can bh.bobghtghd
tre willing to rely on the merit of on*rorWfar
i liberal patronage. "We inVitet1Ailddi
iation of our work and assre 'theblio
;hat we can build the same' class 'MbtIc *'
:hea p if not cheaper than weca-ndi
all of onr work is warrant<-d - qj
Our Factory is near the Depot.
Newberry, S. C., Mai-ch -25 18"1\
Jtist published, a new. edition of/D/J
al enre (witlhet medicine) of Speaslf
'hea, or Seminal W'.akness, Involunta
eminal Losses, Impotebey4 deie ca
'hysical Incapacity, Impedimed APdf
iage, etc.; also, Consam io,.1fpby,
md Fits, induced by seif.-idu)gMiee9Nidn
al extravagance. . . i:#
eT Price, in a sealed' ewe9~pe~ o '
The celebrated author, in the admirable
ssay, clearly demnonstrates frm th'g
rears' successful pracsiee. -thet9heWm
~onsequences of self-abuse 'uy~ b*.-IijUTly
~ured without the use of .internala)diine
>r the application of the knife ; epoinigi
>at a mode ofere at once simple; certhhr,
mnd effectual, by'means of whiob levery'4uf
'erer, no.matter what his condition1naybe,
nay cure himself cheaply, pri.vately,-and
. gg This Lecture should be.in:the:hands
>f every yout.h and every man in 'the.ihd.
Sent, under seal, in a.plain enEebpeite
mny address, postpaid, on receipt of sixeenth,,
ir two post stamps. Also, Dr. Culvetwals
WMa:yiage Guide," price 25 cents. Addresa
CHAS. J. C. KLINE & Cp.,
S127 Broadway, N. Y., Foet-Offece .Boi,*.
Z. t. WRKITE
)f all kinds of FIREARMS, LOCKS, &c.
Has on hand Pistols and Gus of anl p.
>roved makes. . Ammiuinition, such as Car
ridges, Caps, Powder and Shot.
.Shot Pouchps,, Flaaks, Bags, and every
>ther~ 'nd of Sporting A pparatus. Besides
nany other articles of various characters
AlU kinds of REPAIRING neatly and'er
y. ditiously executed, and at low-rates.5- - ?
G.n-Smithing, i .
In addition to the above, I .ata prpgie
o fill orddrs for alkinds of:iiilse.suotf
tIS/9IE8, CAR R1AS C.
~f the celebrated manufacture -of.COKi
ri ere Stiles Hurd, formerly of this pTd~e
rocured his stock. All orders propI4~l
.A pril 15 16 tf.