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7 date, the subscribers will pob
t number of a Monthly Magazine;
de,elspment of the material
namet of this State, and the whole South,
and will distribute tive thou-and copies gra
tdia as tevry note may see what it
sbscribing. fhey intend to make
-tand-bandsomest indu,trial m~ga,
'butbed at the South awl they
cordial c;-operation of every go d
: >flila enterprite, which must re
tom the pubfe welfare.
s wisbiDg cop!e of the first uum
be, i, plSaeiae e their address to
Chadjsbo, 8. C.
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IBRY S. C.
FWTION TO THE
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~ "'t~g 906t a Fresh Arrival,
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By virtue of an order from John T. Pe.
terson, Probate Judge for Newberry Connry,
I will seli, on the frst Monday in June,
1869 the following tracts of land, viz
Forty-two and three-fourth Acres, mitore
or less, .itate in Newberry County, and ad.
joining lands of F. H. Pominick, George
Sheelv and eatate of Elias Hendrix, dec'd,
being a part of the Real Estate of William
Tzrms.-On a credit cf six months w:th
interest from day of sale. The purchaser
to give bond with two approved sure'ties,
and a mortgage of the premi.es to the
Probate Judge, and to pay the cost in cash,
or if desited ,y the purchaser, he may pay
T. M. PAYSINGER, s. N. C.
May 19 20 St.
IN THE 5th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Newberry-In quity- .
Helen M. Grosson, by her text freind, vs.
James M. Crosson, et. al. Bill to
ccll Lanud, &c.
It appearing that James M. Crosson, one
of the parties detendant to this bill is ab
sent beyond the limita of this State. Ou
mohion of Mesrs-1iir, Pope & Pope, Plain.
tiff's Solicitors. It is ordered that said de
frodant do pleadh auswer or demur to said
hilt within forty days from the publication
of this order, or the same will be taken pro
confesso against him,
.At Chambers, ? L, BOOZER.
May 17, 18;9. .
May 19 20 tf.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
James B. Clary; vs. Kay Button. Thomas
R. Wilson, and Permelia Burton.
Bill fvr Relief, &c,
It appearing that Kay Burton and Per
muelia B-ton. two of the parties defendant
to this B.ll are absent beyond the li . its of
this State. Or, motion of Messrs. Fair &
Pope, Plaintiff's Solicitor-s, it is ordered
that said defendants do plead, answer or
demur to said bill in forty days from the
publication of this order, or the satne will
be taken pro confesso against them.
At Chaubers, L. BOOZER.
May 1s, 1869.
iay 19 20 tf.
In the District Court of the
UNIPED S rATES. for South Carolina.
May Term. 1869 In the matter of William
Summer, of Newtterry County - Bank,
rupt. Petition for Full and final discharge
Orderet. that a hearing be had on the 10th
day of June. 1869, at Federal Court Hou-e
in Ctnarleston. S. C,' and that all cred
itors. &c., of said Banarupt appear a. as(,
time and-place. and shew canse. if any they
can, why the prayer of the Petitioner should
not be gra.ted. And that the 2nd and 3d
meeting of creditors of said Bankrupt will
be held at the office of C G. Jaeger. E,q ,
Iegistrar of third (3) Congres'.ional Di"trict.
S C, n the 5th day of Jane, 1869, at
By order of the Court, the 14th. day of
y.16. DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk District Court United States.
May 19 20 3t. For South CarolIna.
In the District Court of the
UNIltu S FA TES. for South Carolina. May.
Ferm. 1889. tn the martr of John W. Mc,
Cante, New berry County-Bankrupt. .Peti
tion for full and final discharge In Bank%
1Ordered, th-it a hearing be had on the 15th
day of' Jane, 1869. at Federaml Court Rouse in
Charleston. S C.; tandi that all creditors,& c.,
of said Baukrupt appear as said time and
la. n-i shew c4atno, if any they can, why
th ryrof the petitiumner shou'd not be
rat-.A tad th-at the 2nd anid 3:1 meetings
,f erodi-ors of maidlu B ankrupt will be held at1
ti-e , ilce of C. G. Jaeger, Esq'r. Registrar
of 3 1 C..n Di"ricr, S. C , on 10th day of'
June. 1839, at12m.
By order of the Court, the 14th day of
~' DANIEL HORLBECK,
Clerk District Court Unirted Sta tea,
May 19 20 3t For South Carolina.
I will sell the Offee Furnl-ure of Henry
Summner, Esq . deec'd. st Newhrry Court
House, on Monday the 7.h day of June next.
Terms of :aie. c-rh. SM1R
May 19 20 3t Administramtrix.
The above reward will be paid for the
recovery of a FINE GOLD W ATCH, Hinr.
ing Case Chronomneter, Face broken, which
was stolen from miy premises, on .'aturday
night, May 8th. D. C. SUBER,
May 19 20 St. Kinard's Turn Out.
Laturens Herald entpy.
Purchasers of lots in that Ce.metery who
have paid for thme same, will get their titles
by calling ont Dr. Gorin, the Trasnirer. The
few who bave not paid for their lots, are
tuost earnestly, and for the lis time (it Ie
to be hoped) regnested to nmeet their obli
gat:or.s and get their titles also. The
grounds have been etnc'osed for their bene
it as well as those who have paid their
dues, and they have met no part of the er
A. C. GARLINGTON, Secretary.
May 19 20 tf.
A H ANDSOME ASSORVfMENT OF
SUITABLE FOR THE SlMMER,
BEREGER. GRENADTNES, LAWNS,
SHEER ORGANDIES, &c,.&c.
We offer inducements as to pr ice for all
sprtng Dress Goods for the batance of the
Alt-o. in receipt of a fresh lot of Chelly's
Kid Gloves, 811k and Lilse Gloves. Glove,
Pitting Cormets, Bone aend Reed Corsets-all
number-a line of Timminmg Ribbons, all
widths and colors, Fringes, Gimp, Braids.
Buttons. ac , he.
An elegant assortuBent of Gents' Under
Vests, In silk, lisle thread. (brown and
whte), cotton, novia, gauze, merinao, &c.
Another lot of handsome Shetland and
We always keep the best ~Toilet Articles,
such as Glycerine, Palm Oil, Poncine Pam,
Ice. Castile, Honey. Almond and Congress
Soap, Language of Flowers. Love among
the Roses, Opopponax.Iblang.NIght Bloom"
lug Cereus. Burnet's standard Colone.
French and German imported Cologne, fsh
Pomades, Cocoine, Callston, &c.
Our Wholesale Desadment,
A mie eortment ofPrints, Blecebed and
B:own Goods,Jost to band, together with a
full line of ohrGoods for th eatet
1eWranhemmasiuar Twine, B. -.SIVR
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BANK
Office on Pratt Street.
Genl WADE IIAMPTO , President.
J. B. PALMER, Vice,President.
Tbomas E. GREGG, Ci hier.
G T. SCOl t, As-istant Cashier.
FAIR. POPE & POPE, Solicitors.
Local Finance Bcard.
JOUN T. PETERSON,
EIIANUEL S. COPPOCK,
RUEBEN S. CHICK.
Interests on Deposits at the
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
Frcm 9 a. in., to 5 p. in.
[Extract from By-Laws.]
"Deposits may be made by any minoi
over the age of twelve years, either with o1
withut a guardiatn, and by married women
in their own name-,. :.ums of $1 and up,
ward will be received, but no Interest shal
be paid on the fractional parts or $1. nor ot
any sum where the whole dcpo sit is less that
$5. nor for the frac.ioual part of a mouth."
Will be ready for Business May 1st,
May 5 18 Gm.
All persons having demands against the
estates of John M. Iiikard, and Andrew C,
Rikard, deceased, will present them to me
properly attested on or before the first da.
of June next, and also all petsons indebted
to s.tid estates a ill come forward and settle
at once, or their notes and accounts wil
be placed in the hanas of my attorney foi
.JAMES E. PETERSON,
Attorney for Mary A. Griffith.
May 5th 18 3t
A large lot, by the keg. on retail.
Mai s 18 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
More New Goods.
Prints, Lawns, Jackoncts and many
others, cheaper th in ever. Our stock i
full and complete.
May 5 18 tf. R. STEWART & CO.
Home Made Grain Cradles.
2 doz Senn's Super;or Grain Cradles, madE
to our order, of very best material.
6 dos Griffin & Wa;ldmon's Scythe Blades
Asorted lengths. 42 to 48 inch.
Au att low prices b
8. P. BOOZER & CO,
May 12 194t,
gg Stockholders of the
Newberry Sugar Manufactur
ing Company, will make im
mediate payment of one-third
of their reSpective shares.
TIIOM AS S. MOORIMAN,
May 12 19 tf. President.
FOR SALE BY
R. MOORMAN & CO
May 5 18 if.
We are still taking orders for
GOER, 00X, IARKLEY & CO'
, 2, 3 and 1 Horse Wagons.
Persons who may wish to secure one o
the above Wagons for future use, would oc
well to leave their orders with us at as
early day, so that their Wagons may bi
ready for them in good uimue.
Our stock of DRY GOODS, HIARDWARI
and GROGERIES, is full and complete aJ
usul. UA RWILE & M1cGAUGiJRIN.
May 5 18 tf.
NEW GOOOS ARRIVIfNG
*CLARYTON, S. C.
The Subscriber takes this method of in
forming his friends and customners, and thi
public generally, that he has just returnec
from New York with one of the lareal
and best assorted Stocks that has ever bee:
brought to this section, conesisting of :
gret v.-riety of
ADIES' DRESS GOODS, of the latesi
and most approved at yles.
DOMESTIU' GOODS, NOTIONS.
Ladies' H ATS send BONNETS, Trimmed
of the muost beautiful and fashionablh
HATS, BOOTS and SHOES,
H ARDWARE. CROCKERY,
;L 18SW A RE, HOLLOW WA RE,
Y ANKEE NOTIONS, &c., &e.
Also, in. Store, a large Stock of GROCER
JES, sucLh as
and many other articles, all of which wil
be sold, at the lowest market priee foi
gr PRODUCE taken at the highesl
market price in exchange for Goods.
* M. W. CLART.
May 12 19 4t
Office Laurens R. RB.
Laurens C. H.;S. C ,April 29, 188.
On and after fiuesda.12th May next the
trains on this road wilt commence runningI
3 return on same day; to connect with ol
and down trains on Greenvi to and Cotusa
p Rairoad. at Helena; leaving Laurens al
5 A Mi., on l'nesdays, Fhursday's and Sat.
urday's, and leaving Helena at P.M,O
sme days. 3.8 8.
Supt. L. R. B
DR. THOS, T. MOORE,
I' happy to inform his frien.1z and the
public, that he is up again-better and
brighter than ever, after the recent confla
gration. He is prepared to perform all
manner of operations connected with the
Dental 'rofession, in the most scientific
manner. He desires particularly to call the
attention of persons suffering troan "Cleft
P.Iate." He can remedy the evil and make
speech perect. HIe has greater laeilirie'
for making and adninisteri'g Nitrons
Oxide Gas, than any one else in the -Sra:e.
Teeth can positivtly be extracted w thout
paitu, by the use of this Gas, when adminis
tered by scientific hands.
Persons i,hirg any work done will find
it to their advantage to , al! at his office,
over Messrs. Bryant & McCarter's Book
Store, Main St eet, Columbia, S. C.
March 17 11 3n.
At Wholesale & Retail.
R, & W, tJ, S1FAFIELD,
Columbia, S. C.
We have received our SPRING STOCK
of the above Goods bought for cash, a nd
will be sold at a small advance.
Country dealers supplied, and prlcea
guaranteed AS LOW as any house south of
We keep the best fitting Shirts that are
mada. All the late styles of French Casi
meres for custom work.
March 24 12 tf.
R. Moorman & Co.,
Are just .receiving a fresh
Virgina Flour, of superfine
No. 1 KIts of Mackerel
And other articles, to which they
invite the attenltionl of housekeep
erB. A pril 14 15 tf
MESSRS. BARRE & SON,
Takes pleasure in inforpiing Ije Ladies
particularly, and the commaauaty; at large,
that an elegant Stock of Goods is no0w open
for inspection. In the line of F.tne Goodls,
special attention has been given, and the
Laces and Trimmings,
Is the comnpletest and best ever before
brought out. While the Stock of -
White and Heavy Goods,
And Dress Patterns in
Muslins and Calicoes,
Are Stripes, &c., &c.
Aeof the best grades and qualities. To
which is added an elegant anid beautiful
fantg and g7oilet $rttides.
All of these G<.ods are offerea at reason
able prices. Cull and examine.
March 17 11 tf.
R. Moorman & Co.,
Have jusL, received a new supply of
Bacon, Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
Syrup, Tobacco, Country
Cured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Which they propose to sell at satisfactory
prices. They receive new suppalies every
week, and invite an examnination of their
stock. March 24 12 t f.
PRATT & FANT
Have opened their Fountain for
PRATT & FANiT.
May 5 18 if.
WALIIALL A, S. C.
Is open for the reception1 of B3oarders and
the trana.ient Puble. It has been enlarged
and arranged for the accommodation of
persons desiring to spet d the Summer in
this healthy locality. The Table is furnished
with the very best'the market ein afford.
Xs well stocked with every variety of Wines
and Lignors, of the, best and .purest
The Proprietor givem hisi personal super
vision to the establishment, and intends to
maintaib and extend its reputation as a
FIRST CLASS HOTEL
WaiL.u., S. C., April 19, 1869.
May 5I8 tf
The very best made, at Manufacturer's
prices by the bale. . large lot at all
tIoles on hand. We are the Agents.
Vr.. t f~ R. RFWART(& ).
Proposes to grind all the Sugar Cane that
Neaberry Tow n- h ip will furnish this ye.ar,
and convert the Svrup into Sugar. upon
fair terms, or purchase at good price, all
cane delivered at the Sagar Mill, at or near
Newberry, Court House, at a proper stage
All who nish to avail themselves of this
henefit, must plant the pure seed of the
Baek Inphee Cane, which can be had at
the store of R. Muorman & Co.
The Companv iurtier proposes to sell
out all the Towne-hip rights. except this,
and i" ready to t"ff et such sale.
For particul .r,, apply to
TIIOMAS S. MOORMAN,
April 2 17 if Pre"eident.
1869. SPRING 1869.
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Have now in Store an elegant
JANes & Ze
For Spring and Summer
wear of every pattern. make and material,
which have been selected specially for this
market. and we invite particular attention
A4 3e deal exc'usively in this line, our
Stock etmbraces a large variety. and too, buy
ing as we do, in such quantities, we can af
Sell as Cheap as
al Call and Examine our Stock
and be convinced.'i
We return thanks to our friends and cus
tomers for the very liberal patronage be
stowed upon us in the Da-t. and respectfully
ask a continuance of the same.
March 24 tf
BOUGHT AT I DELINE !!
W. H. WEBB,
Having just returned from
the North wita complete and gencral as
sortmentcof Goods, such as
Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Articles, and
Takes pleasure int calling attention to his
S'ock, which was purcha'ed tat a decline in
price.and which he offers at correspondingly
These goods need only be seen and priced
to Convince anly one as to their Superior
quality acid cheapness.
Speci d attention is called to the large ya
riety of Ladies anid other Shoes, matnufac
tured expre.wly for huima and stamped with
his namte, and which are warran'ed in every
respect. Qall, examine and be convinced.
W. H. WEBB.
March 24 3m
At MAYES. & MARTINS.
mar 17 11 t(
At MAYES & MARTINS.
BETTER THAN the BEST
Having m,.ade 'xtens ve paurchaises lately.
and ats our store rooma is cron died fre.m een
re to virenmference', we propose to make
room by dispo.wing oi the samiae imnwudiately,
i1 possible, and to enabule us to do sa, we
500 Cash Customers
to fly to our relief with money in hand, to
whom we will give B4rgins ini
GROCERIES-Coff-e, Tea, Sugar, Mo
lasses. Flour. Raeon. Poratoes, ere , etc.
DRY GOODS-t'alicoes, Domea,stics, etc.,
MtlISCELLAN EOUS-Boots, Shoes, Hats
and Ca ps.
Crocke' v', Glass, Wood and Jug Ware.
And all oth.'r articles in our line whieb
may be called for alt
I'SON & WVldKER'S
Grocery, under the Hotel.
Febh . ly
SI-O T G-UJN,
The late-t. best and cheapest made Uses
any ammunition. Prices, complete, 370 to
Address W. GlUE, Columba
eb. 2t 8 umo
I am now fully prepared to attend to all
work of thi.< kind. entru-ted to me. Sur'
veing In alI of its brancthes attended to with
accurcy and d.path-at u'ual prices. Or.
de s n be left ats Mr. J. E. Petersonsomosee
or sent so me through the Poatoffis at this
place. G. M. GTR A RTEU.
Apnril 14 15
LIVERPOOL ANfl LINDON
Capital, Surp'us and Reserved
Funds....... ...old, 317.6?0,830 00
Assets in the United States,
over .. ............. - ,000,000 00
Daily Cash Leceipts, upwards
of ............ ...........Go1d 2),000 00
TE ANNUAL REPORT POR THE YEAR 1868
That the Premi ms were...........Gold, 6.%5575
be Loses amiui.ted to.......... " 8,66-.445
The Asset: have b-ii incre sed " %84.364
After paying a Dividead of 8 per cent.,
amounting to 8587.625, the undivided
profits are ....... ..... Gold, 48 681
rotal Aseta ....................... Gold, 17,660,:9a
FIRE POLICIES ISSUED,
CURRENCY, GOLD OR STFM
CHARLES T. LOWNDES,
Agent South Carolina.
Wx F. NANCE.
Agent New berry, S, C,
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 band; together with
a well selected Stock of
Boots and Shoes,
AND ALL At
VERY LOW PRICES.
Feb. 3 5 tf.
Wiskeman & Wilber,
Having removed to their New Store, are
ready to nccommodate their friends in all
sorts of Groceuies, at the lowest prices pus
They are ready to fill orders for Peruvian
Guino, direct from the original Peruvian
At Market Prices for Cash.
Feb. 24 8 tf.
NOW OPEN AT
1~ take pleacune In informing our
Newber-y friends, and those or sur
rounding countrv, that we have now open,
a sel:ctlin of Dress Good', with Fringes.
Gimps and Buttons to match, of beautiful
styles and pattern".
A full line of Printed Lawns, Camubrica,
Jaconets and Organdies.
A full line of Sheeting.
A full line or Long, Gloths.
A full line of Calicoes.
A full line of White Goods.
A full line of Kid G;loves.
A full line of Lisle Thread Gloves.
A full line of Hosiery.
A l line of Irish Linens.
A full line er Cassimeres for Gentlemen's
A full line of Linen Coating, Drills and
Making our stock quite as full and com-.
plete as it i as two weeks ago.
We solicit a cnll from our friends and all
vito-s to our city, with the assurance that
our stock and prices will p)lease all.
J. HI. & MI. L. KINARD,
One door South of Columubia Hotel.
May 5 18 8mos.
l)istrict Court ol the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In Bank
rupcy. Iu the matter of David F. Seber
To whi m it mny concern: The undersigned
hereby yi,es notice of' his appointment as Au
inee of the estate of l)hvid t tauber, or New.
berry County. au.d St-ate ot Sooth Carolina
within raid County, who has been a d;;ded a
lankrupt upon h:;s nu u pew ion by the District
Cort of vaidt Di trict Dated at Newberry
C. H., the3rd day or May.A. D,869.
H. II. coUZTs, Assignee.
May 12 1983t.
The State of South Carolina
John A. B3ark%date and otuhers, 's. William
.F. Nance. Adm'r and others.
Te Creditors of the Estute of Col. James
D. Nance, decean'd. aure hereby required to
render on oaith, and estah:i%h their respec,
tive deanrud before the undersignued, ou or
beore the 9.h of July next.
April 14 15i 3mo Special Referee.
For Sale by
MA YES & MARTIN.
Mardh 24% ti
3. N. ROBSON,
Nik s. 1 & 2, Atlantic Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Having ample means for advances, a bus
ines experience of twenty years, anud con.
fiting himself strictly to a Commission
Bu,iness, without operating on his own ac
count, respectfully solicits cons'gnmlents of
Gotton Flour, WVheat, C'orn, &c.
Shippers of Produce to him may, at the.k
option, have their consignmewnts Bold either
in Charleston or New York ; thus havlg
the advantage of twso markets, withans ex
Bishop W. M. Wightnan, S. C; Co
W. Johnson, Charlotte N. C ; Rev. T 0.
Sommers. Tenn. t Honi. John P. Kitag, An
gusta. Ga.; Messrs. Geo. W. Williamsa b
Co. Charleston, S. C-; Waza Willises,
Taylor & Co., New York.
A pril 28 17 17.
Eades, Bridles & laraew.
A Sn. los just received, very low.
u.. 51 i. a . BTEWART b 0
The undersigned haa just returned from New
York, with a izeand complete stQgck of
Dry Goods and Groceries.
which eis prepared to sel lowforab
Feb: 10 U. D. MO*t._
Spring Dress Goods.
A few pieces of nice Poplin and Challis Moat
Call and s.e them, at D~. YQIWEE'$.
Feb 10 tf
I have been solicited by my friends frp.
time to time to order stoves for them, m 4
would now say to all who desire one of th1i
best COOK S COVES, that I have made at
isfactory arrangements with the manufacta
rers. and can fill orders for all who may df
sire. D. MO WER.
Eor sale by
Jan 13 D. MOWER.
Some very heavy PLAID O
for sale low by -
Jan. 27 4 tf.
DRY &MILLINERY G0O8.
A good stock of the above con
stantly on hand, and for sale low
for cash, by D. MOWh
Jan 13 tf,
New Orleans Molasses
For sale by
Jan 13 D. ROWER
?Few and handsome styles of Sprn Ptda,1A
Feb 0tf D.M E& .
A the a-sortment at D. MOWEB's.
Feb 10 tf.
K it New Mackarel and Salmon, for msay
Feo o tf Q. MOWER
A nice stock of Sugars. Call and we bebsre
bV ng,at ). MOWEB'S.
Leather, for sale by D. MOWEE.
Stock of Groceries,
Paysinger & Wilson
Next door to the Shoe Store,
Have now on hand, and to which they ar
constatntly adding all choice articles in the
Grocery line, which they are selling at
Yarns, Cottoni Cardi
Tobacco and 5Sgair,
Tin ware, Jug ware,
And a large variety of other arti
eles, such as are usually keptina
first class grocery store.
NEW STORE-NEW STOIOL
Cheese, Mackerel, Candy,
&c., &c., &c.
March 3 D. P. BUZZIARUT.
Thomas S. Moorman,
Has resumed the practice of the Law at
this place, and canD be fond for the present,
at ste store ol' R. Moorman & Co.
At the Shoe flense of.
Abranis, GrifLM & 3argrote
Fine Frernch Kid. Gaiters
" Glove '' "
" calf " Si.
Fhe aboxe Sue Stock are al madeby hs
and wsqrnted as somthiag extra .
Oer-lady friend4 are reepecWflly requestie
so, eaine te aboe Shoea
coMBIA, 5. 0.
E EBrRIEoaK S take plauein ans
TBnouncing that this elgnl.fbrnishea,
kbIIshment is now open orthe mses
mnodation of gUdsts. The sable will alwaya.
be supplied with every delicacy of the seas
so,-ot-m New York and Charlseoin
Narketa. and no efforts wi be swae4tin
gl., -efc atatm, in every respect, ta
E BRMA O1