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South Carolina R. R. Company,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFICE,
APRIL 9. 1869.
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, 11TH in,
stant, the following Schedule for PAS%
ENGER TRAINS, will be observed:
DAY PASSnNGER TRAIN.
Leaving Columbia at..............7 45 a. m.
Arriving at Columbia at---------....... 610 p in.
NIGT EXPRESS TRAIE.
Leaving Columbia at............6.20 p in.
Arriving at Columbia at......................4.45 a. in.
Will run on Mondays, Wednesdays and Satur
Arriving in Columbia at..............11-0' a. in.
Leaving Columbia at............22 p. m.
The Train now running between Columbia
and Klnville in connection with the Through
Xail irafn, will be taken of on Sunday, April
Aprit M General Supeiintendent
W. G. GLENN,
GEO. C. ROBINSON,
i Broad Street,
Choice Family Groceries,
Of Every Description,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Including Bx r Flour, Coffee,
cgar, Salt, Potatoes, Salt Fish,&c.
At the Lowest Cash Prices.
Dec. 2 49 6moa.
. Anderson, April 1, 1869.
Noties is hereby given that on the 26th
da of April, 186s. at my office in Anderson.
wil be received bnd determined re
to any erroneous or excessive valua,
das, ae ssments or enumeratioas by the
Asresor or Assistant Assessors of the anS
add! taxes for 1869, which have been as^
The Assessor's Office is open daily. da'
ring basiness hours, for the hearing of Ap
peals by parties who shall appear v . -.a,
uily before him, relating to any taxes which
have been assesred, and which have not been
committed to the Collector.
All appeals to the Assessor as aforesaid.
be made in writi.g, . and sp -cify the
alsr cause. matter or thing respecting
wbie6 a decision is r; qiested, and mut,
moreover, state the ground or principle of
sar complained of.
U. S Assessor
31 Disniet ?0. Ca.
Rw.~TEE GREAT Cause
Ilumnan i se r y.
Just publishe~d in a Sealed Envelope.
A Lectae on the Nature, Treatment and
Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness. or Sper
aM',tba;idueed by Self,Abase; invol'.
wmtay Emissions. Impotency, Nervous De
lyiU2.Vraad Imnpadiments to Marriage gene
ralty; Consumption, Epilepsy, and Firs;
Nental and Physical Iuncapacity, .te-By
IOB.J CULVEaWELL, 51. D , Au har of
tha -Gr e Bask." Ac.I
11Tbe wiird tenowned aut'aor, in thi4 ad,
mike.cIre,li-rII pves from his own
that ibie awl consequences of
Abuse pay be effectually removed with'.
4eauedlme, asd without dangerous gtr
gleal perMtions,bougiew. instruments, ring.
4r enriaIs, boiuting outsa mode of cure at
aer ewtaead effectual, by which every
.a memsatter-what bis condition may
be.mnay care himself cheaply, privately and
* adlmaW This lectu:e will prove a boon to
*moaands and thousands.
*Se.t ander seal, in a plain envelope, to
ay.auddress, on reeipt of six centa, or t Wo
psgsatamps,by adrsigthe publish'
AIo. DE. CULYERWELL'S "Marriage
Guide.," price 23 cents.
Address the Publishers,
-. CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
rni.aiy;N. Y., Poet Offce Box 4,66.
:Distrnct Court or the United States.
:?er t3iisrict of South Carolina. in Bank
the- matter of C. H. Soodley
?. umit smay coneern: The undersigned
- es u acmtioe ofrhis aoitment as As.
. th et~ate of C. H Sady. of New
Cnt,and State eoth Carolina
witin aidCouty,* who has been adjudked a
.Rmaraptuponhis own petit ion by the District
Court1Di.trict Dated at Newberry
ApilIlI 1 S.
IDistrict Court of the United States.,
Fojr tE Disriet et South Carolina . In Bank'.
luae.7t the mattes of J. Bardy Suber
To ~bel may concern: 'The undersigned
hure$y gives notice of his appointmeint as As
signee of the estate pt J Hardy Saber, ofNlew
berry, aind State of South Caroiuna withaia said
-- Smwho has been. adjudwed alanakrupt
. own ' ' oby thieDistrict Court Ca
-raieeta atbewbrryC. ii., the
-3llbdqioArllA. D., 1869.
JOhT. PEfEESON, Assignee.
-AgrIl14 34 8t.
District Court of the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In Bank
ruptcy. In the matter of Thios. Whitmare
To arbom It maay concern : The nndersigned
begebj ves no ice of his appointment as As'.
th ette of thos.Whitmireo(the CouD
tyol3wberr,and atiateo Scott Cartmlina.with
iId County, who has been adjude a bank.
ucnhis own petitaoa by the disrat court
derc.Dated 8th day of April, A. D.
3869. D). 1. PH IFE.R, Assignee.
lix the District Court of the
UNITED StA TES, for South Caro!ina, Jan
Twa, lE9. In the nattr of James B
Bi&o.t NewberryCouny-Bankrupt. Peui.
Uoi for flli and Inal discharge in Bank,.
r d,thast a bearing be had on the 30:b
day of AprIl. 1869, at Federal Court
House in Ckarleston. S. C ; and that all cred
itors, ac. of taid Bankrupt appear tat sard
time and place, a d shew cauce, if any they
ean, why the prayer of the petitioner should
not be granted. Ad that the 2nd and 3,1
of creditors of said Bankrupt will
be -af be oesof J. .C Jaegr, E'q.,
Registrar of 3d Con District of S.C on 27.h
day of April, 188,izI 2 m.
Byeroier of the Court, the 12th day of
Clerk District Court Un.:ed States,
&pri14l153t. For South Carolina,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
By John T. i'eters.on, ProbatoJudge,
Whama,Barch Donean having made
suit so me to grant him Letters of Ad'.
miuistation de bonis non of the estate and
edset of Isaac Johnson, dee'd.
These are therefore to cite anad admonish
*11 and singular, the kindrt and creditors of
the said deceased, to he and appear t-fore
me, inthe Court of Probate to be held at
NeVberry Court House on the 21st day of
April net., after publication hero'f, at 11
o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if
any tbghave, why the said Administration)
should'irOt be pranted.
Gfed' tinder my land .this '?th day of
April, Anno Domini, 18&.
Johnl T. Peterson, P. J. N. C.
The State of South Carolina
John A. Barksdale and others, vs. William
F. Nance. Adm'r and others.
The Creditors of the Estate of Col. James
D. Nance, deceased, are hereby required to
render on oath, and establish their respec,
tive demands before the undersigned, on or
before the 9th of July next.
April 14 15 3mo Special Refetee.
Guardians, Trustees, Comn mittees, Receiv
ers, also Administrators and Executors,
must make their annual return to this office,
on or before the first day of June uext.
Rules will be i.sued ag.ainst all defaulters.
JOHN T. PETERSON,
April 14 15 12t Newberry County.
We, the rdersigned. have this day asso
ciated ourselves together in the practice of
Law and Equity in the State and Federal
Courts, under the nanme and style of Fair,
Pope and Pope. Office Newberry C. 11.,
S. C. SI1!EON FAIR,
Y. J. PO:'E,
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.
In the Matter of A. C. Garlingtorl,
Pursuant to an order granted by the Hon.
George S. Bryan, Judge of the United States
Court, the judgment Creditors of A. C. Gar
lington, Bankrupt, are required to establish
their respecti"p liens on oath, belo,e C. G.
Jaeger, E.q . Registrar, at Newberry Court.
House, on or before tho 7th day of May, A.
D., 1869. WM. F. NANCE,
April 7 14 St Assignee.
Unless liens are established on oath cred
itors are barred from participation in pro
ceeds of sale of the real estate.
gW Phwnix copy one ti i.e, and send
bill to "Herald Office."
One Fine Horse,
One Iron Safe.
The subscri'er offers for sale a fine bar
ness and Saddle Horse, end one Herring's
Patent Fire Proof Iron Safe. Low if ap
plied for soon.
E. II. CHRISTIAN.
March 81 18 St.
GEO, R, GAITHER Jr,, & CO,
No. 4 Camden Street,
Liberal Cash Advances
made on Consignments.
(2. C. CHASE & CO.
March 24 12 if.
In the District Court of the United
STATES-For the Di.uit of South Ciaro
lina. In ihe matter of A. C. Garling
By order of the Honn George S. Bryan,
Judg:e of' the. United States Court, I will
ell, on Thursday the 29th day of April,
instant, at Newberry Court House, South
Carolna, at 12 o'clock, M., all the right,
title and interest of A. C. Garlington, Bank
rupt, in and to the House and Lot sitate
n the town of Newherry, on whieb he now
resides, containing eight acres, mo:e or
Terms of sale cash ; purchaser to pay
for tmps and papers. W. F. NANCE,
April 7 14 2t. Assignee.
A. C. KAUFMAN,
lactioeer & Commission Agent
lie. 25 BROAD ST.,
C HA RL EST ON, S.C.
Will Buy and Sell Real Estate,
Bonds, Stocks, Bank Bills, &c.
Ex-Gov. B. F. Perry, Greenville, 5- C.
Charles r Lowndes, Charleston, s. C. Le
se-ne & MiIets. Cuarleston S. C. W. W.
raylor, Baltimore Md. Maj C. H. Suher,
Newerry, S. C Geni. T. &. Logan. Rich
mond Va. Hon J II Campbell. Charles
ton. S. C. WV- B. Smith & Co., Charleston,
. C. Crane, Bow l,tn & Co Charleston, S.
C. Pelser, Rodgers & Co., Chum leston, S. C.
Prealey Lord & [tuglesby, Chtarleston, S. C.
J. HI Wi!son, Charleston, S- C.
April 7 14 hum.
Sweet Potatoe Slips
25 Bushel1Yam Potatoe
L. R. MARSAIILL'S.
AprIl 7th tf.
W. T. TARRANT,
No. 5 Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Rspectfu'lly calls attention to his large
and elegant stock of
Ladies' Dress Goods,
Glass, Crockery, and
Do ou want anm elegant Dress Pattern ?
" " " Fine and Cheap Homespuns?
" " " Good Clothing ?
" " " Cheap and Good Harness?
" " " Glass and other kinds of Ware?
" " " any thing in the Dry Goods,
Grocery, or other lines,
f Good Quality qg Cheap ?
If so call on W. T. TARRANT.
Aprln 1r if.r
Life Assnraice Society
The most successful, and for its ]
years, the LargeFt Mutual Life insurance Conl
pany in the World
All profits divided among Policy holders an,
Pr. niims may be p..id qucrterly, semi%anntt
ally. br annually.
DiviJends Can be Applied
1st. To the permanent increase of the sum ar
2d. To the permanent increase of Policy for a
3d To the permanent reduction of premium.
4th V o the reduction of premiums for one or
5th To the limita- ion of the number of years
in which prem ums are to be paid.
SILAS . JOHNSTON1
WM. F. NANCE,
Agents, Newberry, S. C.
March 3113 tf
GOODS FOR THE SEASON,
The Celebrated Princess Kid
Silk Gloves, Lisle Gloves, c
Black Silk Mitts,
Black Lace Mantillas, e
Parasols and Sun Umbrellas.
For sale by
CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN.
March 31 13 tf.
WISkEM1 & WLLBER,
OFFER FOR SALE, p
Bone Phosphate of Lime,
Guaranteed to be as good as the
Soluble Pacific Guano, or any
They also receive orders for
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
March 24 12 1mo
ESSS BARRE & SON, i
Takes plezasuire in informing the Ladies I
particularlv, and the commnity at large, P
that an ele'gant Stock of Goods is now open t
for inspectionl. In the line of F.ne Goods,.
special attention has. been given, and the II
Laces and Trimmings,
[ the completest and best ever before
rcght out. While the stock of
White and Heavy Goods,
And Dress Patterns in
Muslins and Calicoes,
Stripes, &c., &c.
Are of the best gr. e and qualities. To
which is adde~d n. '-legant and beautiful
fantg and goilet $tutitl1es. "
All of these Gc,ods are offerea at reason
ble pries. Cal! an~d examine.
March 17 11 tf.
I will sell at Newberry Court House on
,'e first Monaday in Mayv next, one-half i
rerest in a Reaper, Tharesher, Mower and
ai, with n eessary banding, &e , belonging ~
o ie Est ate of 0. A. Rutherford, dec'd- n
Terms of zale cash.
A pril'7 14 3t.* Adm'r.
Prpred on the best prieaciple known to]
Americana, Frencii and English Dyers, for
Samples of which can be seen at
PR ATT & FANT's Drug Store.
Marh 31 13 tf.
IMPORTANT to theMLAMIE
At the shoe House of
Abrams, Grima & Hargrove,
. Can be found
Fine Frer.ch Kid Gaiters
"Glove " '.
" Calf " Bals.
The above fine Stock are all made by hand,
and wrrned as somethbing extra.
Our lady friend< are re-.pectfully requested t
to exmir'e the above Shoes. T
March 31 13
LAMPS, SHABES, &c.d
An assortment of Handsome
and Useful Kerosene Lamps, Burn- t'
New Patterns Lamp Shades, o
The Hurricane Lantern-a new d
nd useful invention-Cannot be a
extingished by the wind.
For sale by
CA RWILE & McCAUGHRIN. -
March 31 13 tf.
~Assignee's Notice. s
The Notes and Ac-counts of J. Taylor C
Ztaly, B'.nkrupt, wil he sold at public Auc- tl
tion, in front of the Coui'tlkouse,. on Thurs- b
day 15th inst. JOHN R. LEAVELL,
Apri '11 2 o Assignee.
We are now opening our
Spring and Summer Stock.
Uen's, Boy's & Youth's
We feel flattered at Ibe niny expressions of
it'sfaction from odr a umerous patrons, and
iall endeavor to please in every particular. We
now that we get much advantage is buying,
iom our dealing exclusively in our liue,and we
ill in every instance, extend this advantage to
ur customers. Rtespectfull',
WVR/GHT & COPPOCKI
The largest number and the greatest variety of
EATS. ever offered in Newberry. Call at
March 4 12 4 WBitilir I COPPOCK'S.
Gents Dress Boots and
boes, of best make. Also, for ptet.tation wear,
and made, pegged and sewed. Call at
Match 20 i2 tf WRitir & CI'POCK'S.
Trunks, Valices and Tray
unit Bars. In great variety. Call at
March 244 Wultiuir & COPPOCK'S.
If you want any article for
ents. Youths or Boy's Weiar, call at
March 24 12 W.IGtiT & COPPOCK'S.
? PARENTS & GUARDIANS.
The subseriber wiji (D V.) be at Cohlun
ia, on Monday the 3rd of May, to receive
oung ladies who may wish to go to Daveu
ort Femal College, Lenoir, No Ca.. and
ill accompany therm to the College with
ut any charge for his attention. The
lace of meeting in Coluihia will be at
rs. Samuel Townsend's Private Board ng
louse, immediately over Shiver's Store, on
lain Street. Good accommodations for
Ie young ladies can he bad there at reason
le rates. Send to the subscriber at Ches
r, S. C., for Circulars.
March 17 11 4t SAMUEL LEARD.
BR, THOS, T. MOORE,
Is happy to inform his friends and the
ublic, that he is up again-better and
righter than ever, after the recent confla
ration. He is prepared to perform all
anner of operations connected with the
ental profession, in the most scientific
anner. He desires particularly to call the
ttention of persons suffering from "Cleft
alate." He can remedy the evil and make
eech perfect. -He has greater facilities
r making and. administering Nitrouis
xide Gas, than any one else in the Stare.
eeth cau positively be extracted w'thout
ain, by the use of this Gas, when admiuis.
~red by scientific hands.
Persons wishing any work done will find
to their advantage to t all at his office,
rer Messrs. .-Bryant & MLkCarter's Book
ore, Main stree't, Columabia, 8. C.
March 17.11 8m.
H AT S.
t Wholesale & Retail.
R. & W., C. S1VFFIELD,
Columbia, S. C.
We have received our SPRING STOCK
F'the above Goods bought for cash, and
'ill be sold at a small advance.
Country dealers supplied, and prices
ranteed AS LOW as any house south of
We keep the best fitting Shirts that are
iade All the late styles of French Casi
ieres for custom work.
March 24 12 tf..
R. Moorman & Co.,
Have just received a new supply of
acon, MSugar, Coffee, Salt,
yrup, Tobacco, Country
)ured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Vich they propose to sell at satisfactory
rices. They receive new supplies every
'eek, and invite an examination of their
tock. March 24 12 tf.
For Sale by
MA YES & MARTIN.
March 24 12 tf
n the District Court of the
N[TED S r A TES, for South Carolina, Jan.
ern. 1869 In the matter of W illiam Hood,
FAbbeville County--Bankrulpt. Petition
r full and final discharge in Bankruptcy
Ordered, that a bearing be had on the 30th
y of April, 1869. at Feder-.l Court
Louse in Charleston. S. C.; and that all cred
ors, ac. of said bankrupt aptaear at said
me and place, and shew canne, if any the.v
m, why the prayer of the petitioner should
ot be granted. And that the 2nd and 3rd
Leetig< of creditors of said bankrupt will
eheld at the office of C. G Jaeger, Esq
cgistrar of 3rd Con. District, S.C., on 20th
sy ot A pril. 1869, at 12 M1.
By orde-r of the Court, the 2nd day of
pril, 1869.DA EL ORB K
Clerk District Court United States
April 7 14 2c. For South Carolina.
The undernigned Ilave formed a partner
ip for the practice of Law in the State
orts and the United States Courts, for
e District of South Carolina. Office at
ewberryS. 0. AE . ATR
Ap r1 7 14I SiLAS JOHNS'ONE.
1869. SPRING 1869.
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Have now in Store an elegant
C4N~s' & ek e~9s
For Spring and Summer
wear. of every pattern, make and material,
which have been selected specially for this
market. and we invite particular attention
As we deal exclusively in this line, our
Stock embraces a large variety, and too, buy
ing as we do, in such quantities, we can af
Sell as Cheap as
i Call and Examine our Stock
and be convinced.-t
We return thanks to our friends and cus
tomert for the very liberal patronage be
stowed upon us in the nast, and respectfully
ask a continuance of the same.
March 24 tf'
BOGT IT A DELINE !!
W. H. WEBB,
Having just returned from
the North with a complete and general as
sortment of Goods, such as
Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Articles, and
Takes pleasure in calling attention to his
Stock. which was purcha"ed at a decline in
price-and which he offers at correspondingly
These goods need only be seen and priced
to convince any one as to their Superior
quality and cheapness.
Special attention i called to the large vaw
rity of Ladies and other Shoes, manuf'ac-.
tured expressly for binm and stamped with
his name, and which are walrranftedl in every
respect. Call, examine and be convinced.
W, fl. WEBB.
-March 26 3m
At MAYES & MARTINS.
At MAYES & MARTINS.
BETTER THAN the BEST
Hlaving made extens ye purchases lately,
and as our store room is crowded fr,m cetu
tre to circumference, we propoae to make
room by disposing of the same immediately,
i pos.ble, and to enable us to do sai, we
500 Cash Customers
to fly to our relief with money in hand, to
whomn we will give Bargains in
GROERIES-Coffe'e, Tea, SUgar, Mo
lasses. Flour, Bacon, Potatoes, etc , etc.
1RY GOODS-alicoes, Domiestics, etc.,
MISCELLANEOUS-Boots, Shoes, Hats
Crocker y, Glass, Wood and .Jug Ware.
And all other articles in our hue which
may be called for 'at
WIION & WIdKER'S
G*rocery, tatder the Hotel.
Feb S ly
DOU B LE- BA RR E L/ED
SH-O T GTJN,
The latest, best and cheapest made Uses
any ammunition. Prices, complete, $70 to
9A5ddress W. H. GIBBES, Columbi,
or BISSELL & C0., Charlestn
eb. 2 8 3mo
All per~sons holding demaonde against the
Estate of' Henry Summewr, dee'd, ar6 hereby
notified to rentder in the saime accordingz to
law, to my Attorneys Messrs Fair, Pope &
Pope. at New berry, S C., on or before the
first day of May next, and all persona in
anwie indebted to the E,tate of Henry
Summer, deceased, are hereby notified to
make payment of the same to nmy said At
tornee. FR ANCES SUMMER,
March 24 126St. Adm'x.
Pursuant to an order from the Probate
Court of Newherry, I will sell ar public out
r t Newberry C. H., S. C., Ott the 15th
da'y of April next, the tollowing personal
property of' Henry Sum.ner, deceased.
A Large and Valuable Law Li
Office Furniture, etc., etc.
A catalogue ot the above tmay be seen by
a pplying to my att ornies,- Messrs. Fair,Popeo
& Pope. ~FRANOES SUMMER,
Ma,ch 24 12 4 Admnstratrlr.
Have just received their
Large and well selected stock
Groceries and Family
Consisting in part of Bacon
Hams, Sides and Shoulders, Lard,
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Molasses and
Syrup, Flour,Irisb Potatoes,Mack
erel, Salt, in Sacks, Bagging, Rope
and Twine, Nails, Cooper's ware,
Also, a fine lot of Cheese, Can
dles, Table Salt, White Wine and
Cider Vinegar, Crackers, Raisins,
Prunes. Almonds, Pecans, Black
and Red Pepper, Spices. Nutmegs:
Ginger, Cloves and Essences o
Also. a great variety of Family.
and Toilet Soaps, Soda, Starch,
Bluing and Copperas.
Also, different grades of Chew
ing and Smoking Tobacco and Ci
t ars, Powder; Shot, Bar Lead,
Percussion Caps, together with
many other articles in general use
in families, that cannot be enume
rated. Feb. 17 7
EDIN BTES & Co.
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Ooods and Clotbirig
122 & 124 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON 8. G.
Edwin Bates, Geo. G. Selman, Thos. R. !eGalal.
Feb. 10 6 3mo.
if you want good bargains, call at
N. 0 Molasses of the very best
White Wine Vinegar, Kerosene
Flour, . Sugar, Coffee and Mack
constantly on hand ; together with
a well selected Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
AND ALL AT
VERY LOW PRICES.
Feb. 3 5 tf'.
Wiskemnan & Wilber,
Having removed to their New Store, are
ready:to accommiodaite their friends& in ll
sorts of Gr'oceries,at the lowest prices pos
They are ready to fill orders for Peruvian
Guano, direct from the original Peruvian
At Market Prices for Cash.
Feb. 24 8 tf.
03ee Secretary and Auditor.
GaENVILLE & COLUMBIA RarLUoaD CoMPAUT,
COLUMBAr. S t., A pril 1, 1869
N OTICE Is hereby given. that on and af
ter ihe 8th Instant the six months'
interest due upon the first mortgage and
guaranteed debt of this Company, falling
due on the 1st day of January last, will be
paid on presentatIon at this' off e. less 5 per
cent., retained for Internal 'Revenue- Tax:
Provided, the holder of the said- frst uiort
gage and guaranteed Bonds and Certificates
of Indebtednes~s will fund all lnterettaccru.
Ing upon them up to July 1.. 1868, in the
Bonds and Certificates of Indebtednss of the
Company. endorsed by the State.
First Mortgage Bonds of the Company,
with the interest and coupons upon them,
which have not yet been exchanged, will be
ubtitued by the B,ndis and certicates of
Indeb:edness of the Comrp:tny, endor'ed by
the State, -aiso, the Bonds of the Company,
Wth the tinterest and coupons upon them,
which, are not secured by mortgage or other
lien, will be 'ubstituted by the Bonds and
Certilcates of Indebtedniess of the Company,
endorsed by the State, at a reduction of three]
dol?ars to one-as provided in the Act of
186, or in second mortgage Bonds and Cer%
tificates of Indebtedness of the Company, at
pa, at th e option of the holder. Also, the
Bods of the Compatny issued imd"r the Act
of the Leti-lature' of 1881. will be exchanged
and subsituted by other Honds authorized.
uder the Act of '1866, when so desired, by
Coupons for payment and Bonds. and Cou
pons for exchsnge and for funding, will be
forwarded or pres.ented, to
C V CARRINGTON.
A nril 7 14 2t Secretary and Auditor.
[Gi Papers publishing Dy agreement, two
Charleston, S C., Manufac:urer of
Doors, Sash, Blinds.
NoTE.-We would call the particular at
tention of our tiends to the above card.
P. P. Toa!e has a large F,actory, and such
facilities as en,able him to supply the beat
work of his own nmake at low prices. A
'erv large and complete assorinment always
on hand at his Factory. HORLBEGK'S
WHARF, NEAR NORTH EASTERN RAIL
ROAD DEPOT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
N B-Orders from the country solicited,
and strict attention paid to shipping in
good order. April 7 '6i9 ly
In the matter of Jacob Lu
ther Aull, Bankaupt-In
Pursuant to the order of the Hon. Geo. S.
Bra, .ude of the. U 6. Couirt, the Judgment
Ceditors ofJacob Luther Aull, Bankrnpt. are
equred to establish thelr liens' on oath before
me at 'Newberry Court House on or before the
15th day of April next; and Christian- Riekller,
a1ortagee of daltlwanger & Aultlipg lesve, if
h deires. to answer the petition in this ease, On
or be.ore the same day. C. G. JA EG ER,
man a ma3
The undersigned has just returned from News
rork, with a large and complete stook of
Dry Goods and Groceries.
rh ich be Is prepared to sell low for cash.
Feb. 10 tf. D. MOWIS
Spring Dress Goods.
A feiI pieces of nice Poplin and (hallie Mobar
all and see them, at D. MOWER'$.
Feb 10 tf
I have been solicited by my friends from
iume to time to order stores for them, and I
rould now say to all who desire one of thi
est COOK S lOVES, that I have made sas
sfactory arratngemenrs with the manufactu
ers. +and can tidl order, for all who de
ire. D. MtW EB.
Eor sale by
Jan 13 D. MOWEN.
Some very heavy PLAID oS
for sale low by
Jan. 27 4 tf.
RY &MILLINERY GOODS.
A good stock of the above con
stantly on hand, and for sale loii
'r cash, by D. MOWE.
Jan 13 tf.
New Orleans Molasses;
For sale tv
Jan 13 D: MOWER
New and handsome styles of Sprinj Pria at'
SFeb 10 tf D. 3oWE' .
A lne aesortment at D. MOWERl
Feb 10 U.
Kits 'ew Mackerel and Salmon, for sa
Feb 1.) tf D. MOE"b
A nice stock of Sugars. Call and see beri
>u ing, at D. MOWER'.
Leather, for sale by D. 19O* .
Stock of Groceries.
Paysinger & Wilson
Next door to the Shoe Store,
lave now on hand, and to which they ar
onstantly adding all choice articles in lb'
3rocery line, which they are selhing at
Yarn; Cotton Cards
Tobacco and Segars,
Tin ware, Jug wanj;
ind a large variety of other ANti
:les, such as are usually 1sept in a
irst class grocery istore.
A. 11. L8YEL A KE
Next door to Capt. Gawauni'
Choice Family Groceries,
Eeeps bonstantly on hand all articles ist
the above lame, besides
Candies, Tobacco, Segars,
and a variety of other article.
Please call and examine my .stock ani
nquire my prices, which will be fann.
atidalctory. Feb. 17 2 tf.
M1. P. ALBRITTON~
I would respec?fully say to the eitlzenest
yv just rc..ived a y larg and w1
DR Y GooL), VIZ: l'rints, 8~eulWD
hirtings, Haits, anid Caps for Ladle et .
AI.so. a iarge lot of sardwasd cr*q
oots a, d shues~. Saddle', aness.Bil~b
;oles. res. )Laliasses, &c.
A LSO, a Ene ass rt ment of Dmugges
ith a splendits stock of Lquor~~
Vines, Gin, Whisakeys, Rum, Crls
MySteek Js complete and ,1 wait ?d1*
ie. ds anid customers, as well as every cue e
rh ca see d it ,cuaaveient. *t cmoi'sU
eli ii. P. ALBRXffON.
March 3 9 tf.
EWI STORE-NEW 8T9K,
Cheese, Mackerel, Candy,
&c., &c., &c.
Warchi 3 P. P. BUJZZH&RPT.
[homas S. MoorrrmA
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Has resned the practice enho. Law. a6
zisa place, and can be futta4 for the preset,
thae :store of'& N24t:8)4 4rr