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U?C ITION U vmp&LLE PAIS, 1887.
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siiippi, Qilna, rath Carolina, Valifornia
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- KINSMAN BROTHERS,
j~tSeSon h Caroline,
. . 1Jy [rt 'SRSBS
43 perons a.r herebr woirne4 gpainst
spe. =y-ptaatatio, eitber fer
1$ *o-~ .B. ORAWAN.
ei ulleUea thM Mrtor..
belen.'lag tted3%Ws ae of
- htt-waslt deeeuaed ~ cbum-Wo
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wlh tterst frmdrof sle
being W 4 1 bYe rond
e ahb.sam ta ou..oawaretlsiM 'Kort
tenaneom s -aebs
b iqtul~teps and fancy g-ds
zJ m BusuELS
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Tho~~tc Senth Carolina.
the stweatieuof te Cear
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DctIeIWWinis nd Eiquors
fee-c ajand.-pivat-ae, jusaeeeive
~aad*aOdAgents for Newbrry
MRITE A CRRISTIAN1.
ANSURE IN TS'
t1 ASiRA- CE : iPANY
ALEX. WHILLDIN, President.
JOHNS 8N, teosetary.
JOHN C. SIMMS, Actuary.
Assets, - $2,500,000.
Annual Ineaoe, 1,0,000.
The American-Is now one of the Oldest
Compauies in the United States, Chartered
The American-Has $200 of Assets for
every $l4) of Liabilities.
The American-Never lost a dollar of in
The, American-Issues policies on - .L de.
The American-Makes ALL policies nonefor.
The American-Pats Life Policies to the
insured at the age of eighty years.
The American-Has no unuecessary restric
tions on travel and residence.
The AonerIcai--DecIarea dividends annual
Iv at the end of the first year.
The American-Pays all losses promptly.
Has all the tables of rates for Life, En.
dowment, Income Producing, Return Pre
mium, Premium Reducing. Children's En.
dowment Polcies, and grants Annuities on
most favora'le terms. Its ratcs are low.
It has both the mutual and stock plans.
CALDWELL & BRENIZER, Gen'l Agents.
North and South Carolina. Office First,
National Bank building, CharIgate, N. C.
Ex. Gov. Vance, Charlotte, N. 0.
Gen. Jno. A. Young, "
Gen. Alexander, Colombia, 8.O.
Col. Jae. Gibbs, "
" L. D. Childs, "
J. NEWTON FOWLE , Agent,
Newberry, S. 0.
I Agents Wanted. Liberal arrange
mentA will be made with men who rasu
sutss. June 9 22 ly.
CITIZEN'S SAVINGS' 1A11
Offce on Pratt Street.
GeeL. WADE HAMPTON. PresMiat.
J. B. PALMER, Vige President. .
TbbbnW..E. GREGG, Cashier.
G T.SCOTI', Astant CashIer.
FAIR, POPfl & POP,SoUeitoI3.
JOHn T. PETERSON,
* EUEBBN 8. CHiCK.
atiets on Depoits a the
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
gue.r., to p. m. .
(Extract from By-Lawos.]
* ~oit may be made any min@r
over th of arelv 'y 4IIwith or
wtnut ' gardian, women
in their owu names. sus of SI and up
wa'wilbeI ,7~ but no userst sall
any sum where tewo deposit s1stba,,
P5 nor for the frae. Jul part of a mponth."
Whti d iae~ dyfQr E m as ay it.
Thomas S. Moorman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ha resumed the practice of the Law at
this place, and can be found for the present
t the Store of R. Moorman & Co.
Wheeler & Wilson Manuac
Ta enabled to.select tire mos.t perfect
inished Machines, and forward them to
thsewho- may want,at the .manufac
turer'sc price, free of commi"sions to the
purchaser. Any orders sent through
Silas Johnstone & Win. F. Nance, will
receive prompt attention.
Baker & Confectioner,
Relietfully informsp his many customers
and the peblic generatiy that his
New Bake Oven
-now completed, and by its convenient ar.
rangemert b e can hake any qnd everything
in his line at the shortest possible notice,
in aifctr n handsome sye ate
and DinnersfnishedI at abottest notice.
Fresh bread, pies and cake on band.
reals served at any hour'.
Fish, oysters and game can be had at all
Thtkful for past favors he solleit a con
tinance of the liberal patronag, heretofore
Dec. S 49 tf.
T. P. Forreston,
Jobber and dealer in
GERMAN, FRENCH, ENGLISH AND
Hosiery, Trimmings and Fancy
Goods, Musical 'Instruments,
Also Fashionable Emporiuwn of Designs for
-Staplig, BraMInIg a Ebre4ery
S.Cosantly on hand a large. and well
Braids; Freneh Embroidery, Cot.
ton and Linen and Silk Floss,
- N1 El U1 GST., CIfEL TO, .
LAND COlI88I&EB'S OFFICE.
Columbia, S. C, August 11, 1869.
Notice is hereby given thas this Office is
now organized, in accordance with the law
seating the same, and is ready to proceed
to business. In the purchase of Lands
the interests of the State will be carefully
guarded. It is the desire of the Commis
sioner to purchase none other than good
lands, in good localities, at their fair mar
ket value, and at such prices as the same
Lands would be sold to private individuahi.
Arrangements have been made by which
the Bonds authorized to be issue I for the
purchase of Lands will be converted to
currency, and Lands so purchased will be
paid for in currency. The Commissioner
invites all parties owning desirable Lands,
in 4esirable localities, wirhing to sell them,
and willing to take market prices, to for
ward their proposals, giving a description
of the Lands for sale, their locality, quality
and adaptation to the production of cotton,
corn, and grains generally, with a view to
the commencement of negociations for the
sale of said Lands to the State.
C. P. LESLIE,
Aug 18 32 St.
District Court of the United States.
For theDistrict of S6uth Carolina In Bank
ruptcy. In the matter of J. W. Chappell
To whom it may concern: The under,
signed hereby givbs notice of his appoints
ment as Assignee of the* estate of J. W.
Chappell of the Couty of Newberry, and
Sta:e of South Carolina, within said County,
who bas-been adjudged a bankrupt upon his
own petition by the distncrt court of said dis
K Dated 9th day of August, A D.,869.
- -S. W. SPEARMAN, Assignee.
Aug. 18 32 3t.
Distr -fEourt of the United States.
Fore,tPistrict of South Carolina In Bank%
- In the matter of W. F. Peterson
to-wbom it may concern: The under
sined hereby gives notice of his appoint
ment as Assignee of the Estate of W. F. Pe
terson. of the County of Newberry, and State
of South Carolina. within said County. who
has been adjudged a bankrupt upon his own
petition by the district court of said district.
Dated 9th day of August. A D., 1869
TOS. H. CBAPPFLL, Assignee.
Aug. 18S 3*.
Ia-tbe District Court of the U. S.
Dirict of South Carolina.
nu k -P. Spearans-Bankrupt-Ex parte
This is to notify ai lien creditrs of the
estate of said Bankrupt, to prove their '.ens
before C. G. Jaeger, Registrar, at N.ewberry
C. H , on or before the lst'September next,
or be debarred from the benet of any decree
to be made in the above stated case.
By order of the Court, 16th Aug.. 1869.
JOH N F. SPR ARM AN, Assignee.
s.tI , Atlantic Wharf,
Having ample means for advances, a bus
iess experience of twenty years, and con
liing himself strictly to a Commission
Buiness, without operating ~iDh own. .ac
douatd espectfully solicits consignments of
Gotton Flour, Wheat, Corn, &e.
~I~sMPwduceto him inarjet their
o nv~ their cofihlgaments sold either
in biTion'or New'York ; thtus, having
the advantage of two mnarkets~ without ex
Bis .-1 M-. -ights:a~ C; Cot.
Win. 'g~n ChuLeotte I--,jCAevT (.
Sommers, Tenn., ion. John P. King, Au
gstslGs.. Messrs. Geo. W. Williamis &
Co., Qij.arleston, S. ,C. ; Messrs. Willhams,
tqo~ Co., N4ew York.
AI 2817 ly.
T ag Advertsr, having:been restoked to
health In a few weeks, by a very sim
pie remedy, after having sqffered several
yers with a severe lun .affection, and that
dread diasease, C.,sam' ln-sanxious to
make known to kis felow suaferers, the
Tall who desire It, he will send a copy
of the prescription used (tree of charate),
with the directions for preparing and using
the same. which they will find a sure cure
forCpasuupton, Ai'thma,r Bronchitis, etc.
The oflgeoiof the Advertiser ia .sending the
Preserpion is to benefit the afflicted, and
sm.newmatinn which he coneeie to be
l&dei; 'and heo hopes every -suf rer will
ty treinedy, as It will cost thiem nothing,
ad ua prove a blessing.
Pattes wIshing the Prescription, will
nr.T.jpD A. WILSON, .
Williamsburg, Kings Co., N. Y.
Agentleman who suffered fo .years-romn
Nervous Deblity, Premature Decay,
and althe effects of youthful- Indiscretion,
will, for the sake of sufebring humainity,
send Onee to@al ho@need it, the ree,-lptand
directions for nRaking the simple remedy hy
whieb he e-as etned. Sufferers wishing toI
puSS thepvet's experience, can dol
a bisperf63ct coilfdence,
-'- 0O% B OGDEN.
hoe 221 Iy. No 42Oedar't., N.T.
Suitable, for all Buildings, Dwellings,
Barns, Ghures, Factoriest &c., and fori
all climates; equally adapted to flat or
steep roofs, and can be applied by any or
THE READ! ROOFING,
Is more durable than tin, and does not
cost one-half as much. I& is cheaper than
shingles, far more durable, and.ire-proof. Is
luimadeo ethe heaviest fabric ever used for
the pepose, and is put up in "rolls ready
'or .shipment to any part of the world.
Send for Circular and Samples, (sent free.)
-Wa Aso MANU1ACTURE.
For repairing all kinds of leaky .roofiu,
cLimneys, usky-lights, &c. This Rootin'g
Cement formisa permanent adhesive coat
ing over the whole surface of all roofs,
whether tin, shingle or composition, com
pletely closing up leakages, and being eorn
posed largely of ground Granite, which sets
ad hardens, and soon becomes an artificial
Stu or Sros covering.
For coating tin and all kip~ds of metal
and composition roofs. It will not run,
crack or peal of, but form a permanent
and perfect protection wherever placed.
It Is- flrnished at half the cost, and posses.
ses twice the durability of the common oil
paints used for seh purposes.
County rights for male.
For Circulars and all particulars,
81 Maiden Lane, iV. Y
The nmost beautiful Cooking S
oall kinds of Cooking with as lit
s:ve has. It isi very heavy and c
LADER, 1 keep constantly on l
orate well. Oat of the many
The Tin Business is stiU carr
ise tderJgghed1iiae formed a partner-~
:fo;Ir .tiee of Lawe in. e. _ te
f.es ana' Wr ted ttid rt er
eDistrict of4Soath Carolina. Offi,e at
~berry, S. C.
JAMES 31. RATjP
pril7 14 tfs S LAS JOilSTO!'E.
ne Watches, Clocks,
swery, Silver-and Plated
fare, Spectacles, Eye Glhsses,
Fancy Goods, &c.
No. $07 King Str'eet,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATCHES, CLOCES and yEWELE E
BEID. : o : lec2y
-Offee Laurens JI. R .
Lurene C. H.S C , AprIl 29,86
On and after -ruesday. 12th May next the
tans on thist road will commence tunning
0rtnrn on same da.v; to connect with up
ddwq friini mia Greet.lI and Co'umn
B aIi*la.ut :Heiqua; l-aving Lanrens.at
5AM.,* on ruesday4, Fhursday's an-l Sat
urdy's, and leaving Helena se 1& P. M , on
an days. J.'S. IBOW ERS.
Sept. L. R. R.
S.tr Carethia t.l.Compaiiy,
GNEAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
APRiL 9. 18b9.
N AND AYFR SUNDAY,. 11TM in,
a o~~'lefr LAS.
*AY lAeBEszGER TRAIK.
LeaIng Oclumhlat...: ....A0- .7 45 a.
riving at Columbia at...-.-------610 p mn.
ev ng Colu 'biaat.----. ------... 520 p i
Arrivng at ColumbiS at......------- a m.
W))run on Mondays, wednesdays and satur,
Ariving In eolumbla at...--------1 1-0 a. mn
vng Co bat .......-. --- .
Ibe Frain now running between Coiuni,
nd Rlville in connection witb the Thr.ugl
a rin, widl be taken of on sinday, Apri
Apr 14 General Supesintendenlt
ieeile & Columbia RI. R
N and after SA I URDAY. the 6tl
isnt Passenger Trains will run .daily
Suday excepted. connecting with Nigh
TaIs 0n boath C..n0l anid Charlotte ant(
Soth Carolina Railroads, as follow':
erClumba at..........7 . -7 00 a. mn
' AIon at...........---55
* Newberry at........--.. 10 35"
Arrie at A bbeville at..... ....330 p. m
*' -at Aodersoat....--... 5.15
" a &eenrile at........ 6.00
Le Se menvileat..........--.600a.rm
" Anderson at.........--.6 45
" AbbevUe at.........845
" .Nuherryat8......... 1.25p. m
" .Astes.t......... ----..300 "
ie at CoIqbat....,..5.00 .
jfrains on the Blue Ridge. Exilroad Wi)
alsran.daly. Sundays excepted.
Leve Anderson at............520 p. m
T train will return.*om Belton to An
deson n Monday and:Prlday mornings.
A-ES 0. MREDTTH, Snnt
D WITHOUT EXTENS]
to- no nmre.Wl aea
ed, oniisIaiusbanhs anIl
toe. Kio Bmre.Wl aEE,s
tieufe san toE i usE.R & Ch.)
Whoble sa and R ibe tcal
Cho iiit arios bn hes, Canda
WP lesxaie andthi Rteail
rlin and Broilin; op
ort eSimpiyine MetthsSange
For Coenomnes in Fuel g;
For Creaty powe ofaHeat,in
in and B oiling,it
For Sim liuty in Design.
For Cleanliness of Coking
For Eeanpoer of Henish;
They "Callton ufPan
ABE1R PAL I, Columibia, 8. C.,
Sole Agent for cne half the State of S. C.
Jan 27 tr4
Schedule on Blue Ridge R. R.
ON and after Saturday, the fifth instant,
the Trajins on thuis Road will run every day,
Sunday's excepted. connecting with the
Greenille and Columbia Railroad at An
Ur Taxis.-Leave Anderson 5.20 o'clock
p mn. ; lea 'e Penudleton 6 24) p. mn.
DOWN TRA IN.-Leave WValhalla, 4 o'cloCk
a. mn ; leave Pe.ndleton, 5.44) a. mn.
IUr TRAIN -Arrive at Pendleton, 6.20
p. in.; arrive at W;alhialla, 8 o'clock p. mn.
DOWN TBAIN.-A: rive at Anderson, 6.40
Waiting one hour after usual time -for
arrival of the G. & C. train.
An acconmmodauion train will leavo An
derson on Mondays and Fridays:
Ur TRaJrs.-Leave. Anderson at 7.80 .a.
i.; leave Pendleton, 8.2u.; leave Perry
nile, 9.10.; arrive at 'WaIhalla, 10.
DOWN TRAIN.-Arrive at Anderson, 1.50
p. mn.; leave Walhalla, 11 a.- m.; leave
Pendleton 1 p. m.
W. H. D. GAILLARD,
June 28 Superintendent.
Ati W T. Wright's
ick, boil as fast, broil as nice, and
rany advantages which no other
as mnany stoves are. Besides the
rns, all of which are warranted to
owledge has failed to give entire
work will be done at short notice.
W. T. WRIGflT.
REY. J. BI. BILLHOUSE-PRJCrPAI.
)Irss FaxxIs LEAvSI.L, Asitns
Ma. F. Wg#nBa-ProfesSor of Mlic.
COr, S. Far a-Chairman Board Trustees
Terms per quarter, of 2j months, payable
riary Department. Spelling. Read
ing. Writing and First Lessons in
Arithmetic, English Grammar and
in Geography,.... .. ...5.00
nglibh Grammar, Geography, Arith
metcand History,..... . .3750
atin, Greek. French, Logie.Rhetoric,
Pyica, Mental and Moral Sci,
ences,..... .. ..... 10 00
No Pupil will be charged at the same 'imoes
rih moure than one of the preceding rates.
Music, extra-$25 per session of five
Bor'ing. with the Principal and others,
n reasonasble termsl.
Thtoagh instrucftion afforded in all the
ranches of' a liberal education.
March 10 10 tf.
1 am now fully prepared to attend to all
ork of this kind, enruted to me. Sur'.
reing In all of its branches attended to wish
ecuracy and dispatch-at ueual prices Or,
ders c:m be left at Mr. J. E. Petersonsoffee,
or sent to me throngh the Postoffce at this
place G. M. G[RARtDEAU.
April 14 15
Eoorman & Co.,
- e just received a new supply of
acon, Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
Syrup, Tobacco, Country
Cured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Which they propose to sell at satisfactory
prices. They receive new supplies every
week, and invite an examination of their
stock. March 24 12 tf.
liow Lost, How Restnrd.
Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cel.
verwel's Celebrated Essay on the radical
cure (withtout medicinc) of Spematqrrhea,
or Seminal Weaknes.s. Invoivatary Sminal
Loses. [mpoteney, Mental and Pbeslcal In'.
c.pacity. Impediments to Marriage, etc.;
alo, Comumptio'n, Epilepsy. *nd Fits;
induced by aelf-Induigence or sexual exs
icerrice, In a sealed envelope, only six
The celebrated author, in this admirable
esay, dlea-lv demonstrates from a thirty
yea' siuccessful practice, that the alarming
cos~equnce' of .elf,.ahuse may be radically
cured without the d,angerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointing ou: a mode of cure at once bimnple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every t'ufferer, no m,stter what his condition
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately
Ir?' rhis L~ecture should he In the hands of
every youthb and every in-n In the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to.
aay address. postpaid, on receipt of six
cets, or two poa.t stamps. Also. Dr. Cul'
verwell's " Marriage Guide," prIce 25 cents.
Address the Punblishers,
CH As. J. C. K LINE & CO.,
127 BE'wery, N. Y., Port- ofie Box 4.J86
July 7 26 13.
COLUMBIA 8. 0.
T HE PRoPRIETORS take plsnein an'
Tnouncing that this elea .furmnished
Esablismnt Is now open fo eeoom
nodaton of guests. The table will always
be sup pied with every delicacy of the sea.
son-both froet New York and Charleston
Markts. anid no efforts will be-spared to
give perfect atattcln, In aver? respect, to
WI!. GORMAN' n,
H. H. BADENHOF,
May 5 19 Uf
LIFE INSURANCI COIl?AI,
OF NEW YORK.
INCORPORATED, - -- - - -s!!.
CASH ASSETS OVER THIRTY MIL.
LIONS OF DOLLARS.
Cash Income, 1887, over TEN WrI-ONS.
Dividends to Polity HoMrbs4Ida ,
New Policies issued in 1887. 19dW.
The Company Is PURELY MUTUAL. No
dividends to stockholders. The estire ipw
Its are returned to the assured, thus eauu
Policies to become SELF-8USTAINING i.
thirteen years, or to double in twenty.
Interest received from investments, 17'
Excess of INTEREST RECEIPTS ALONE
over losses, about $400,000.
Real Estate, Bonds and Mortagess
Estate, in the City of New Yost.:.6 t T,.
ENTEEN MILLIONS of dollars.
It is the richest Company In the we 4.
[ts policies are non"for;fb tbi 1 9 -i
lends are the largest.
Applications for Columbia, andi6se
em portion of South Carolin ,'reeiedy
GItEGC, PALEB I- ,
Brsox M. Jo3us, Agent at - wbeery.
Jaxas Mc[xosa, M. D., Me esa ozia
Feb. 10 6 1y.
ar Wle by Dro giue6 Eve 3whLs
JOS. W .H A..,._ N
Varnish, Lamp, and Pea
troleum Oil Stose."
Patent Thief Detec ib J
Parker's "Furniture :4 ."
April 28 17 6m
CAOIA 0BI. a
TH RA SUHMI
THE SUBSCRIBER has constiatly oc
hand a fhll.wssortpnerit of ItEe a,ppoved
case of differen& patterns eeoaw
of his own make, all of w~hich he la ed
toIurisi at very reeI t~aih
prodmptness and desmpatch.
- Person' desirous of,parfi~ ceA9I by
railroad will have them sent:t.1iIrs
A Hearse is always on hand.pn4 .~lbe
frnisihed at the rate of $10 pleri.
-Thanikful fo'r pas; patronage, -the -sab.
scriber respectfuity saks for .- otianatieR
of the same, and .asures the'pubic sth
noefort on his parC wiWhes det
the utmost satisfiaction. '" '
Newberry S. C., July 31.
8Sash & Blin4s.
The subscriber takes pleasure in annoano
nt to thisa community that, lisin~ siide
all neeesy aragnd al
Sash with ~dU*l
At Very Moderate Ratea!t
For Cash !
ANDREW C. CH APVW,
Oct. 741 tr. Newberry 0. H., S.
Faericters & Whl1.sale) dis gts
Charleston, S~ C.
Dec. 2t 52 ly.
HOUS, 81GN ANI IUliTI PAITK,
Glazier aud Paper Haik,
- eweny jC.H., SJ.,
Begs to infowm th Itiss* thim
muiythat he is now 'best-4~m.
nesud~spedto executs atqrs with
aninae sad punetaality, anid at idat
sats. Orders may be left at the Heralt