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-Wedesday *ornitg, October 21, 1869
Providence permitting, Rev. Mr. DuDoso
*f *bbevill9 will preach i tho Episoopal
Churolt, next Subbath morning and after.
gooiwitIth e Bau,
5. D. Elliott, (aolored) Adjutant General of
SpIa Varolina. eow-bided James D. Hava
.igb,wb%itel one of Gov. Soott's Clerks. Cause
.t .aselling note written by the latter to the
-0 A . - -Immigration,
.a bp- 4h vIa'Wo Range till the'
.tb Noveher, on thiebhat hevisitu'ColMmbia
.4' attend the it r ii, oud isparts -thetio on
..0h1th proi.* for New York. Those baying
besie with irt SilOPA will take time by
The Rural Carglinlaa sboulAbe lit lhe bands
9f every farmertnereben.t,, p4oi*eto4buqi.
man. Bub tltions teoelyed pt this btlve.
f: &1W -j.ib*f Is cbty-62 pert
V% ao* ..W9 irs4 it 'a the itraldl
-' .- :Tb*jair.at Coluinbia.
Our peoplgpvq staep.a stop in the right d1,
rteon. To build up. the.industrial power of
-. .Thiftepet.for the success of tha
- Wa1sIeaid to' bd oSt 4attering. All articles
ea bibitiola Vill. 9 eaOt aud returned by kll
aIlroods ee ofrot. Visitors will be taken
h ways fbt one fate. Family tickets of ad-.
t'sionvill be isued for the week. Hemnbere
8. etber'.families 95. A grand tournament and
ball will.olose the gireat oceasion.
We ask the attentlon bf our renders to an
40icle On Life Insurance on our outside of
$io week's issue. The article illustrates the
.iaagment of a first classLifb Insurance by
t*e Equitable Life AssocIation. one of the
4qfet companies doing business among us.
The pd1ief holders in the Equitable are all
frEt class risks, and are among our most
proin.ent proressional and business men.
Mfr. W. 'F. Naboe Is the Agent here.
Agricultural society oetfng.
We are requested by iho President of the
Newberry Agricultural Society to state that
a meeting will take plaee on Friday next,
SbO291h Inst. Business of imrpr'tance and.
elating to the State Fair in Coli;. will
be transacted. A full attendance is request.
4*. The meeting will be held in the Court
House, at 11 o'clock.
Mr. V. G. De Fontaine, editor of the XIX
Oentury,will shortly deliver a lecture in our
tOwn. Sol,ject-the "Poetry and Humor of
theWar." Air. Do F. is perhaps better known
0s tManY of our readers as 'Perptonne," the
gaphiccorrvspondent ofthe ite war. He
i.s a polished writer and an elegant speaker,
and as the subject 1i a happv one, we trust
that be may be greeted by a large and appre.
PVrMi-Last week we had the
pleasure to meet with our young towns
laan,George Johnstone,Esq.,who recently
returned from the University of Edin
burgh, where be received a thorough
oascal eoation. The curriculum of
the Universlty of Edinburgh cora 'ncls
$be respect of all the intelligences of the
erorld cf letters
Varenr, try tbe natire fertilizers and satisfy
yourselves of their trz worth . They are highly
pised by all who hare given them a fair trial.
A&mo.g the native guano, are the Eti wan, tbe
Wando and lbe Carolina. We think that itese
~st3ising agents found within our own State
will yet work wonders in lbs way of enriching
dersol and giving it its maximum s.trength.
Mr. G: T. Scott is the agent here fur seral of
the beat on the market.
1t seems that the proprietors of The Charleston
News are determined to push both their own
valuable paper and the admirable magazine (itu
rat Carolinian,) now publishing by Walker,
Evaas &Cogrwell. For 850any one may ob
tain The DJatly News and the Rural Carolinian
for one year; or for 14 The Tri-WVeekly News
ad Rural Carolinian will be furuished for the
sa3e length of time. Subscript ions at these rates
will be received:nuntil January 1. In thi s way
ear planters and farmers may obtain a first -class
paper and a first-claras agrienltural magazine for
lye than the usual pr ice of an ordinary daily
aThe Survivors' Asasociatin of Chiarieston
qartiestly invites the Survivors ol each dis
trict where Associalions of record do not
now exist, to form di.striet Assoclations
comtposed of the Survivors of the Confed.
erA~te srmy to collect atnd preser-.' tIe re
cords of the late war.
.It is urged that district Associations be
formed at once and that each district Asso.
- iation send fire delegates to a Convention
to be held in Charleston ont Thusrsiday, No
vembier 18, 1869, to form a State Survivors
Ausociaion, the primary ,bject'of whic~h is
the preservation of all matters of history
*connected with tihe late war.
?h xtra term of .the Court of Common
Tiriwhicwh eotirened on the 11th inst , is cong
:- tgined to this the 8d Week of its session. In
otr jtsdgment it gIves relief to the country, in.,
...astnuch as the jury have unanimonsly agreed
*thast,in all ante-war cases judgments shall only
-.be given for oneshalf of the prinoIpal and inter
-est to the first of January 180i, against the
principal, and one-baif of that sum against the
~retes. And on the most of the debts con
*.4acted during the war, the sanme rule Is ap..
--plied, speept in extreme cases, where the true
rabiue of the properly is looked into, and a ver
di4t given for one-half of that sumn, in eases of
* strilal property, and for the whole amount
here the contrhet was made for real estate.
Contracts made during the war for substitutes,
and all cptraete fbr purchase .of slaves, under
* '1l9 ruling of.ils Honor, Judge Orr, arc thrown
cut of Court, or held to be uneonstitutional,
mnd cannot b6 dollected. About four hundred
lMJgafted esaes have been disposed of on the
S9eM 'in.-Or old friend-Oraham)
-*gaee tiew-days ago two of: thte biggest,
.tWhbet1 :t,wctest. potatoes that we baye
- Oen Initnatiy a day.
'e ar. indebted to. the Sugar Mill Company
. Apape otite molasses. It is a uiob, clear
a~w tbc b'kp much tesembling honey, and
s*trthan the sweetest.n
?e2fangelical.Litheran Synod recently in,
fusion at fr#hale Adjourned to meet next pear
..1* It. fobnis, Qhar4eston. Te prior, etals tp.
' e4t9q Rttpffos pf thip li0etil w. the
a, i~. fthe. 4egh attd ithe-?19bqrry,
44 u tijthe Iefadd Was bild4 ate
-1 ' 4* r eIi preaideil*, Mtt. MVr
frtltiotdasg. the patratte.thai
w?hug lii Am4grygatlgar i e#..Ja ef)lfe
Rev. W,A Jontok 1ias beeai'appoltd to 6an
visln behalf of the Colleg6 and a #trolig efort
VJl li nids to '0stablis" it upon a-Brmzbasis.
the liensumd plan b abaloibed-aud an educated
ministry will be the watoji word of the.Ch.urvh.
There. are about four thousand iommunicants
within the bounds of the Lutheran. Vburo iq
thistate. Increased seal and viWl4y.are 'I
to be diffused throughout all th'J4iii. 9r e ie*
Churob services. We hope that ibb qliat*s .
Newberry will shortly be suppilet. *
The Vlhalia correspondent oibi Chrlcton
Courier, of a recent date, pays a raetful ribute
to the clerical gentlemen who eo.'0ose the- Sy
nod, (among whom is the venerable Dr, 0aoh4
man, the father of the Lutheran 9hurch of South
Carolina, who for flifty%fbur yearS has labrd in
her behalf,) end a touching compliment to Ito v,
T. .0.. Boinest, who fbr four years bas presided
over the deliberations of the body with ability,
seat and siVotionate urbanity. In the same cona
neotion the writer adverts to Mr. 's persecution
and- his l9sses by Are, while In the discharge of
his duties aslresident of the Newberry Immi
gration Bociety, and animadverts upon some or
the oequinoes ofr"the situation." Ho continuee:
Mr. lloluiest should be made whole. The
fope of the State owe it to themselves to do
hi notofJustloe. The cause of ImmIgration
was art ivedat through tis gentleman, and the
caulpe o1 1%tratlon should be suitaIned.
wt: L e State Agricultural Soolety say
howr This Tigeaston is made Messrs. dItors,
with a know edge of the floverty of that locity,
and of th6 n oble impuee1=f its Oh ef supporters.
If. at the meeting of this 80oclety. soona to take
slato,wan o2ipropraton were made towards in
Oelm1(YiD Mr Hoinest, it could only meet the
hearty Op1bral of all true citizens. and It would
show a uble, uuseldsh, hardly-used gentleman
that his lsbors, persecutions and sacrifces are
opreelattd by the people.
oi r 0rofrsponeos,t bts to offer this suggos.
l i dt of esympathy for Mr. Iloinest, but
secon I itud especially, out or profound respect
for tIT rlcultural Society, and a deep interest
in itu Weare
It 10)is us pleasure to learn t hat 31r. Boinest
has nred from a morehaut of Charleston, a
ohch oorlifty dollars.
IIEAFrH AND llomm.-Tho proprivtors
or lienr.h and Home, Messrs. Pettingill,
Bates & Co., 37 Park Row, New York
make tie following liberal proposition to
those %1ho wish to subscribe to their
beautifil illustrated family paper:
"To all who subscribe beforo next
Jartfar' for one year, at the reduced
rates p'inted below, 11etrth and iome
will beseti free from the dnto of their
subscrbtion to the end of this year free,
so th: all such yearly subscriptions
.-ll cud Janunry 1, 1871. Our only
terms rereafter are the below reduced
rates fir 1870 invat iably in advance :
Singlecopics, $4 ; three copies all at one
time, 19 ; live copies all at tne time, $12
-all vcr five copies at the samo rate.
Making Hearth and Home, to a club of
fire subscribers, at $2.40 each, the
cheapmt, as it is the most complete,
family weekly newspaper In the world."
Pe:sonals-Charleston and Columbia.
Ourrecent vit-it to the city by the sea
was full of pleasures and healthy invigora%
tion. The artesian is the best of waters, and
is rectmmended to the dyspeptic by all who
have tmer tried it; taken both internally, and
extertally as a bath, it is pronounced In
valuale. Taken in conjunction with a stay
at the Pavillon hotel, the up,eountry favor,
Ite, it must effect a cure, unless the patient
is so far gone that water cannot touch him,
or he ha? i. stomach which cannot apprecl,
se good fare. It took but a few days to
gie us the feeling of a new man. The
crowded condition of our advertising cot,
umuns wIll not admit of a descriptive letter
Just now, but some future tinme we hope to
be pernirted to tell or things seen an'd heard.
At present we only touch on a few per'onals
and firat would state that the ravilion flotel.
is not a whit changed from its old standard
of excellence, in the palmy days of its pop
ular proprietor, the lamented Butterfield.
in the hands of Mrs. Butterfield it maintaIns
its old pre.stige. and no bretter evidence of Its
popularity can be adduced than a reference
to its list of arrivals published daily In thue
city papers. it is crowded, or was durring
our stay, and wo are glad to see such pros,
perity where it is so well deserved. Mirs. B.
Is emisenuly fitted to keep a hotel, white
her euperintendent, Mir. Robert IIamilton, to
well known and appreciated all over rte
State, is just the help she needs. Mir. liam,
ilton is peculiarly fited for the position lhe
holds, his long experience hraving givetn him
a taste for sneh a life, whr ile his gent lemanly
manners and uniform, kind courtesy, has
given him an enviable popularity, lIe is
ably assIsted, too, by M1r. Bhonneau, a gentle
man of agreeable and entertaining paris, and
good looking withal, and we may as well
add generous, for among other f:.vors ex..
tended, ho gave us, at parting, a tin match,.
borx;whlceb cost him Ina round nuambors, 00,
that is not a redl cent. Thte vIsitor to Char.
lt'ston, either for pleasure, hrealtht or busi.
ness, will tind this house all that Cant be
Amotig the friends met there and who did
tlue agreeable we mention lthe name of Dr.
Dlaer, em Mleeting street, a fIrst eites Drtug
gist. ills tavor's are hIgh ly appreciated,
T. Ht. Iorsey & Bmr., Wholesale flatters,
on Hasyne street, latid us under ob)llgntion,
whicb we carry en thre top of our head, and
will for many days, for it is of superior quil,
ity and fnne irshu. Tihey have a splendid
stock of bats. See their card elsewhere.
.We are pleased to mention havIng met
My,rJ. C. Jannruey "downs there." HIs cry
was "water, water," and lie drank and was
benenitied. The mere meeling of tIl gen
tleman wats nothing singuilar or tumeommon,
but the rumer that reached us that perhaps.
at no dlistaunt day the ptublie would once
more find in im n a host was quite unexpect
ed. That 3Mr. Janney knows how to keep a
hotel need not be told here, overyhody is
aware of that, but whethuer lie has givena any
en epregement to so hippy an idea remains
to lhl seen. The point spoken of is Charles,.
ton, and if hre entertains the idea, and throws
out lils banner once more, it will give great
A* before stated apae will not admit of a
notice of muchr that mrighat lie Interesting,
an~ we leave the city, and plae away for
"ul ror use the many items, p leasturable and
ludicrus, gthered in that altort visit.
Aivng in Columbia we stopped at the
neohHoto, the Columbia and fotund it all
th4t could be expeeted, elgantly fitted and
fin shed, the best of fare thtat the market can
a r, and attentive Waiters. Tire Colum-,
bi is admirably locatedl, and affords easy
teesse to busIness men, wicis ea conslder,.
ation where time is monesy. Its imposing
frbnt strikes the behrolder wlh pleasur,u hioh
Is increased ont an interior.examInatIon, for
thr Is found all the comfort. and conve
ureces so essential to tho traveller. Piessre.
lanhoff A German, the hoste, are gentlo
wdits f te uests, and they are efilm
to Mh isnearat band we wourltf
~ ieour frIends going'down-frohl lhcre to
he Qpleatlon early, as :is'. iBa<dnhoff
)hqibe ale to place Newtierry in a see'.
I.~A~qr'tThies s- good idea. 8e
~io n a mes theif4fre at ohee,
'?:Vlato#fOeorsmrl il Co.i.tWybil t
.b~~itrat o byiebtirinldehiyy of .1et
otr tiid rntaotaittof.s just O'DeW-d'"b'
M1r. Wm. Glaze, an experiencod deater fla'
hils.line. Ills stock is of the 1nost elean
d12"ription, and worth looking over. no
of the finest'ssoitmelfltoor Guns formieafea.
turo of his etablijho nt , 80e card.
'Mr..C. F. Jackso is on Main street and
hisard eliowhore reveals the interesting fact
he is selling.his goods at New rork
. 1 8is stock, lately puado complete by
age pdrchasot, is endless in v4riety. o Is
th ent f!r Butterick's Patterns, of Which
1 Inoro will be said hereafter.
Mr. I. JAckscnDrugglot, he it choice
stock o*r006 in- hi i.t Me besides one of
tho handsOrnest assort f6ents of rollet Arti
-cles to be found anykyhere. We advise A call
on-him. Aia,Y 0olito and httontive we in.
agine that ho is even a little more so now,
owing to the fact that he has lately taken to
himself an amiatolo and accomplished help
mate. See card.
The mammoth Boot, 8hog and Ilat 11ouse
of Mr. Alexander 8mythe is a feature of.
Blain street, and is a purt of the Columbia
Hotel Block. This cstalblishmOnt is quito an
extensive one. both in size and in stock and
is happily supplied with attentive and gentlo
mnnly assistants. Se card.
The cabinet Wsvro rooms of Mt. M. H. Bor
ry are filled from contro to circumbrence
with furniltuto of every description. from
common to fino, and extra. Many of his
sets are beautiful and artistic, and might
adorn a palace. Mr D., is an old hand at
the bellows, or rather in the furnituroe line,
and can fit up a parlor or bed room to suit
A visit to the store of Mr. I. C. Shivr is
a pleasure at all times. The business done
there is astonishing. His stock in all thede
partments is v.ery nuli. See card.
Tho Mlesqra. J. Ii. & M. L. Kinard are do
ing a thriving business in the dry goods and
funcy line. and for popularity are second to
none. liheir goods are of superior qualiry,
and in price will compare favorably with the
cheapest Air. Henry Kinard touched us in
a tntler spot when he politely asked our so
ceptance of sundry articles to be delivered to
the folks at home. Of course we accepted,
and having arrived have dellvered-(only a
sorry editor would do otherwise) and now
make acknowiedgment. That house must
I' vou would be pleased, we bog you not
to fail walkitg up stairs into the gallery of
Messrs. Wearn & Ilix the artists par excel,
lence, acknowledged to be the best in all the
South. The pictures displayed by them are
really works of art, and indeed photography
with them tins reached a high point. No
style of picture, large or small, colored or
plain, but are to he seen there. These gon
tiemen deserve well of our people and we
believe they are fully appreciated.
An hour spent in the elegantly furnished
apartments of Dr. Thos Mloore, dental sur
geon, gave us infinite pleasure. Newberry
must be proud or her son, for Colutmbia has
honored him. and he now stands at the top
of his profession. and is au fait. both in
theory and practice.
The Iron Works of M1essrs. Goldsmith &
Kind are in full blast, a flying visit there
showed the laying out and erection of a now
cotton screw which is growing into fkvor.
If yon need one, or anything in the iron line,
call on these gcntemeon.
Mr. Sulzbscher of whom mention has he%
fore been mude, makes weekly additions to
his stock. This week the display of silver
ware, etc.. is dazzling, and then his prices
are certainly low.
In the Stove and Tin ware line Mr. Asher
Palmer stands on the top round of the ladder
in his profession. We had no idea of seeing
such a stock, so large, so v:tried.so excellent,
and so cheap. Capt. Press Brown does a
part of the honors of this house. and he can
" pross" or do one up "brown" in the most
agreeable style. If he fails to got off a stove,
M r Asher will scarcely fail to Palmer off on
you. We are under obligation to this house
thr several convenient and serviceable arti
elec, most essential in a well ordered house.
The Clothing house of the Messrs Swar
field Is unusually atiructive. everything in
the gentleman's outfitting line is th ere to be
found The "favor" done up in brown pat
per is appreciated.
fho book store of Messrs. Dulie & Chap,
man is filled from stem to stern with mental
pabulum. The book given us to while away
the tedium of the upward trip home answered
the purpose and was "found dead."
A word more reader,tf you go down to the
Fair,and we suptpose everybody with his wife is
going. f'or it will be a grand affsr,someehing
that must not be lost, we advise you to visit
all of the above places, and havitng so ad%
vised we say no more.
THE CAROLiNA FARntER.-The October
nuimbe'r of this vulniable work is on our
table, filled with articles of interest andt
profit to the farmer. This nutmber close.s
the first volume. and is the ist of the
mnonithly series. On the fourih oif Novem,
her the first nttmber of the Weekly will ap,
pear; and in its new form it will no doubt
prove much more acceptable to its many
readers. It will contain eight pages of five
coalumns each; and in addition to a largely
I nereae.ed iimount of agricultural mat'ter,
will give miscllaneous, family rending,
market reports and the generni news of the
day. The subscription price ($2 00 per year)
will not be changed. Address, Wm I 11er
nard. Editor and Proprietor, WIlmington,
Tfits ASMEntCAN STocK JoURNAt, sF.NT Far.E
rORi TniREi MONTR.-This mo.st v'aluisble,
lateresting aid inistrucetiv~e Journai, for
Farmiiers atnd Breeders, will he sent free,
the bialance of this year. to all subscri
hiers for 18'70, sent ini before January 1st.
'I hi< gives each subscriber over 500O large
double column pages of reading matter
for the small aiim of $l1.00. Send for
Sptehnieni Copies, Show Hills, anad Premn.
mum Lists (alhich will be sent free.) Get
uip a club and receive sonic of the maanat
va'uable and uselmi Premiums offered h'v
the Punblishers, N. P. JHoyer & Co., Parkes
burg, Cheeier Co , Pu.
At the close of the exercises of the
Presbyterian Sabbath School, on the
17th day of' October, the following Ries.
olution was offered by Benny Meyer
antd a stillness truly touching, and
unanitmously adopted by the School,
Resolved, That a page be left blank
in ouar Sababath School Record, wherenp.
on shall be inscribed the name, tihe age
and time of death of our l-eloved School.
mate and frienid, IiEywannD Ewan-.
Rt. A. MiCK[LE,
From the Courier.
CuAut:.SSToN, S. 0., Oct. 22, 1860.
Messrs. Editors-lin order to induce
planiters to k cep a correct accotunt of the
results obtained fromi the application of
the Soluble Pacific Guano and Comnpotund
Actid Phonsphatei manu facttured by thet
Paciflc Guano Cotmpany, I would ofifer
the following premuiumts for the ensuing
crop of Corn antd Cotton, and wouldi be
glad if the State Agricultural Society
would take charge of the nmatter, and
arrange the details. No ether Guano to
be used on the laind experimented with:
1st. Silver Pitcher, value $75, for the
greatest growth from one acre of land.
2d. Silver oblet, value $50, for the
next growth from acre of land.
8d. Silver Cup, value.$25, for the third
greatest growth from one ace of land.
ront comea.. .
1st. Silver Goblet, valtie $50 ' for the
greatest yield from one nce of land.
2d.- Silver Cup, value $25. for the next.
greatest yield'from one acre of land.'
-851. Gold Medal, valu.o $2p,' for the
thir'd .greatest yield frb'n dnre 're~ of
land. J. N RIOJSON, .
Agent fo,r.$u1i rolnaC
%d bushBs 'ey,'
20 bus e~ -~AU N
iW31ridgeport. Coai., October.14, bi Rov.
Dr. Colt. assisted by Rev. Dr. Westt, .
X. R. Jackson, of Olumbil . o., and
Carrio U. Hard, of Stratfo7j, Conn.
~zWptv.8.04Ootob~ev No. toa s
good oand r
fiaerl. lsqw~ et with sales Of-28@0 bales
att6 -ooeR..Cti oia,a
en s5.00 a :60.
LUSAP Cotober 25-Cotton nerket nore
active and rmer, though ot quotably bir
Wt ales of @36 bales-.teelps-811-mIdi;n
OiAUlero, October 25.--Cotton rm and
to'k li ht. wih sales of 460 bales-middlings 25;
LvVrAoo,O tober 25.-Cotton opens steady
-uplands 32, Orleans 12g.
Stock Holders of the New
berry Sugar Manufacturing
Aro earnestly requested
to meet in the Court House
next Thursday, the 28th inst.,
at 4 o'clock P. M.
TIHOS. S. MOORM AN,
In the U. S. District Court.
Dist. of South Carolina-In Bankruptcy.
IN RE C. 11 Sondly-Bankrupt.
By order of the lion. Georgo 8. Bryan,
Judge of the U 8. Dist. Court, I will sell on
fuesday the 16th day of November next, at
the residence of 0. 11. Sondley, all the real
and personal property belonging to the Es,
tato of said bankrupt. The real Estate cons
One Tract of Land,
Lying in Newberry County containing
563 Acres, more or less,
Bounded by lands of Estato of R. Sondley,
Jas. Alaffett, L C. Sheppard and others.
All the interest which the said C. H. 8ondloy
hats in or to a tract of Land containing 480
acres. bounded by lands of r. B. Wadling
ton, James iaffett and others.
Also, all the interest of the said bankrupt,
in the real Estate of R. Sondley. dee'd.
The personal property consists of I Wagon,
I Cow and Calf. ogs, Gin and Thrasher,
2 Mules, Straw Cutter, &c , &a. Also some
Notrs at Accounts.
TERMS CASH. Purchasers to pay for
papers and stamps.
JOIIN T. PETERSON, Assignee.
Oct. 27 42 31.
Fish, Oysters, Fish.
Tuesdays, Thursday8 and Satur
His Saloon is constantly open for all the
delicacies of the season.
Fresh Fish, Fresh Oysters and
Fresh Fish and fresh Oysters on Tuesday,
Thuirsdiay indl RSaiarday.
Ovater-s in shell, nnd Shrimp on Wed-.
Net 'week Fresh Fishi and F'resha Oysters
Conec anI see~ mne. (lome and see met.
I hian, adealu large addiition,s to imy stock
late., b.oth itn Con,fectinaries atid Groceries.
You n-ill lose nothing by coninig roun,d.
L. R. M ARSIA LL.
STILL UNDERI WAY
A. M. WJCXER,
F'renda and Amneuicana Candies, Fruits, In
ftans-P. ches, Pine A pple and Strawberry,
also Apples, Oranges, Lenmons, Rtaisin,s,Figs.
C'urranits and Citrnn. NUTS-Cocoaniut
A lmnonds, Fiiberts, English Waolnuts, Pecan,i
lrnzil Nuta, Chesnauta and Pinders. Oysters
in oncanid two lb cants. Lobster. Salmnon
and Tjntatoes, Sardines, Miackiarel and
(Codtii<h Pickles in all sized jars, hirandy
Peac.hei, tand other Preserves and ,Jellies
of all flavours. Spices-AllspIce, Ginger,
(Cloves, Nutmnega, Mace, Pepper, Mua.tar d,
PepperSauces, Tlomuato Catsup, Worcester
shire 8 neo and Bull Sauce, Maccaroni and
Yeratelli, Olive Oil, Lemon Syrup, Dreak.
fast str.ps, Shoulders, 8ides, L,ard, Soda,
Cheese, Green and Black Tea, Coffee, Su.
gars 3olasses, Flour, Meal, Sweet and
Irish P>tatoes, and Onions. Sundrier--such
as Gor.centriated Lye, Bilueing, 8aarch,
Shoe Iilackinag end Blrushiin g, Table Salt,
Ink, Chewing and Smnoking Tobaceo, Mack.
aboy Snuff, Scotech Snuff, Pipes Sboems,
P'ipe hleads Painted Jiuckets, Stone-wa re,
Indligo and Madder, Copperas, and dye
slifis, Candles, 8oaps, Fancy Soa ps, liair
Brne.hes and Combs, Perfumery- Colognes
nad Extracas. Toys-dolls and Notions in
enless vAriety, Fire Crackers, Fire W~orks,
Sky IRockets, Wheel Rockets, Roman Can.
dies, Torpedoes, and Trigers ail act for
Como one andl all, great and
small, give Andy a call. I am
aniXiouH to 8ee WhiL,e and colored,
young and old, big arnd little. red
white andi blue, and all that can
raise a dime. Comno where you
cain get, your money back, and nao
Oct. 20 41 8mos.
PACIFIC GUANO COMPA NV'S
Acid Phosphate of Lime
- or Coinposting with OCton Seed.
F JHi8 ARTICLE 18 MA NUFAOFUitED
. a. heomtpsat's Works, under thse
dett aind susperintendence of .Dr. Etaye
It dentains-.she eaame elemeant., of fertiit
fs.80lAUJLE PAd.FlVO .GU AO exc
that it is not V~lte4 with A M NI~Ot,
owi~nises tbe elemnt of
side prot of thze patadt Wav.e h t
at re a a lernt o erlilt
0 otofo eppli
- ,I feiN lgi 'F
Morphine, Epsom I8 ts,
Opium, Sub. :arb.,-Soda,
Camphor, Alcohol, Sulphur,
Rhoubarb, Dyo Stuffs,
Blue Mass, Blue Stone,
&c., &C ,
Just received and for sale
by Di. JAiMES McINTOSH.
Oct. 27 42 tf.
Wines & Liquors
Medi cin al Use.
Warranted Pure and Genuine,
and for stile by
Di. JAMES McINTOSII,
No. 1, Mollohon Row,
Oct. 27 42 tf. Now berry, S. C.
Etiwan No. 1,
Etiwan No. 2.
Soluble Manures are put
up at the Sulphuric Acid
and Super-Phosphate Coin
pany's Works, noar Charles
ton, S. C.
Phonix Guano, (in its nat
Wilcox, Gibbs & Co's.
Manipulated Guano, (Pho
nix and Peruvian).
Always on hand and for
G. T. SCOTT,
Sep. 27 32 3nos.
I will spply to John T. Peterson, Juidge
of Probate for Newherry County, on the
18th dayv of Novembiter 'next, for a finatl
necounting and a dischairge as atdmini<tra
tor of the est'ate of Margaret Kiniard, dee'd
-all persons holdinig demiands against
said estate must present them oni or before
that day, or they will be thereafiter barred.
JAN. W. WICK ER,
Oct. 20 41 4t* Adnm'r.
All persons indebted to the estate of
Josiaht Stewart, dec'dl., are requested to
make payment on or before the 16th day
of November next and those holding de
mands are particularly notified to render
them in by that time, as I desire to know
the standing of the estate.
Oct, 13 40 2L Admn'r.
100 br'1s Lime, Guano,
And other fertilizers.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Oct. 20 41 3t.
To all whom it may concern: I will appy
to John T'. P'eterson. Probate Judge for ?ew.
berry County, on the 10th day or November
next, for a final settlement of ray Accounts
as Adminlstratrix of the .Estate or Jacob
Cook, dec d and for a discharge from said
o.204Ef lZABETH COOK, Adm'x.
10,000 lbs. BaltimioreBacon.
MA YES & MARTIN.
I have removed to No. 1, Mollohon Rlow
lately WV. Ii. Webb's stand, and invite all
persons to call and examine my stock before
purchasing elsewhere, as I will be in con,%
stant rece it of pure fresh
Perfuumes and Toilet Articlas,
D)irect from Mfanufacturers and Importers,
which wIll be sold at the lowest market rates
Call and be convinced at
Dui. JAMaE8 3McINTo8H'8.
N.5 'l-Al precriptions wIl be carefully
leston a thorough Pharmiaceutist and Chem.
1st, who will sleep in tho store and attendl
te amen at any hour of tho night when
GEJN 0 WA NrED. AoENTS WA N
female to sel ith .$ J~ ntI r
Common~ Seiso FamiIj BowIng Machne,
improv and prfect It i em fell, sttc
sup'tior manner. Price only $15. Fo sJim
plltami. durabIlky,- It -has.- no rivsl. Do
not buyfroom any pates selling machines
ane th r ae A me as ours n less haIg
are worthlesst lion b~ahines.
For Circular. and Terms 'PIorn4o~ss
If- CI AW WirL~o
Patapueo pMa Vegetator,
O6t ro7 42100
BOOT SHOE AD HAT HOUSE,
ILEXAN110t yTIN 9,
W OLESA1*'& Prl.NERAhjB -IN
Boots, Shos and Hats
%sl Side Main Stro..Colmbia Iotel Block,.
. cOpUrnda,' 8. 0.
Oci1 42 3mos.
T. M. HORSEY. FRED'K IIOIlSEY.
T. M. HOW & rothe
Wool, Fur & Silk
Trirmned traw Goo4s, &c.
25 .Hayne st.,
O ARLESION, S. C.
Oct 27 4;vf.
Druggist n d , 0pothecrl,
Columbia, S. C'
Is now receiving a large and cholco as
TOILET & FANCY ARTICLES,
Orders attended to promptly. All Medl
cines of best quality.
Oct 27 .12 6 mos.
V. F. JACKSON'S
0 RY 9OD8 11OUSR,
Columbia, S. C.
Goods Soldat New
Agont for tho Colobrated
Oct. 27 42 3nos.
JEWELRY and Silver Ware,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Just returned from the Northern markets
with, a NEW STOCK of elegant and choice
GOOD)S. comp~rising Ladles' andi Gent'.s tine
Gu,ld and Sli er WVateZhes, handsomie solid
Coin Silver Wnure. Tritilo Plated Waren. amtl
flue Jewelry df evcry pattern, together with
a handsome assortmnet of Clocks. I take
pleasure In .Inviting tho attention of my
friends and the public to the samne.
My stock of Spectacles are weolI seleted,
and suitable for ail ages.
hinir Jewelry muanufacturedl to order at low
pricees and Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
skilfully repaired and wvarranitd.
leslies the above I have a tine assortment
of English Gnns of the best makers.
Exatnino my stock and prices.
W M. GLA ZE, Columbia, S. C.
Oct 27, 42-3mos.
Wr arE again in receipt of a full line of
all the popular Goods. We have in
troduced na ny of them this season at lower
prices than We openedl the season with. We
enumerate * few or themt, viz:
Frentch Mf.ino (Calleolon,..........g1.00.
French A keel Delaino Do...........
Sack F,anneqls, Fancy Delaines, Reps, Funcy
Plaids, PouIne, Empress Cloths, Cloth of
Italy, Cloth ae Venice, 8atins, Velvet, Toil
do Venice; Shawls, Cloaks, Gents'sShawls.
liedouins, Buegy [Laps, Umbrellas, Knit
Goodsa, Ladies' Vests and Pants, (Gents'Vesis
anid P'ante in Silk, Scotch Wool, And Merino
to ma tch, Ladics', Gents' and Ch ildren's liose
in WVool, Rle.rino, Cotton, Riibbed and Plain
Goods. Notions, Small Wnares and Hitber.
dasshery ef every description, Emnbroideries
Laces, Sets ini Maltese, Valenciennes, lioni.
ton, Ciuncy, &c. Real Laces fronm 50 cents
to $6 per yard. White Goods of all grades
in Swisses, Jacotnets, Cambric, Percoles,
Dimnity, 1ainen, &c.
'1, 8, 9 and 10-4 Bleached D)am,ask,
7, 8 9 andl 10-4 Brown Damask,
8-4 linby WVine Cloth,
8-4 Scarlet Wine Cloth,
10.4 Maroon Tea Cloth,
10-4 Open inen D)inner Cloths-Napkins
to match same.
Towels fromti 10cents to $1, or from $1.20
to $12 per dlozen
lioney-Comub Qutilts, liarseilles Quilt., at
(Gussimneres,Twceeds, Dlrondecloths, Satinets,
Jeans, Kerse.v, iAnsey, Flannls., Hied Blantk
ets, Prhints, fliee Sheeting and ShirtIng,
Yarns, Brown Cottons and Osnaburgn.
fCAftPETS8 is Hemp, Wool, 2-ply Allwool,
8-ply Allwool, Tapestry, Brussels, Velvet,
and Rlugs to match.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH in 4.4, 6-4, 8-4,
12-4 and 10-4-dut to suit,
WVINDOW diIADES ln every color and
width-cut to lit.
We are Agents for the best brand of
BROWN GOODS in the State, and give outr
Customeors advantages ont thoem.
Our Carpet IDepartinatit attd our
Are new 'abid flyed, features of our business,
and wo comnpete outside of tIle'market ini
them. fl, C, 8iliyyg.
Oc 2 t. 42 . Columbia. 0. CI.
IA'ViWbcia .'a potted Agent for tite
lwIsqn p tAMilf ,ANIin nthnd
tiefes-to-is-ad iltit. An . C,:
at - ..iing- pa, g- ip
To all whom It may cotcern. I will apply
, John T. Peterson Judge of Probaje for
[ewberry County, on the 12th day of No.
emubet next, for a final Settlement of my
ecounts, and a final discharge ae adminis.
rator of the Estate of Nancy Davis, deo'd.
.hoso having demands agaist said Estato
iust present theim on or before that day.
r they will be barred.
JAMES A. DAVIS,
Oct. 20 41 4t.
Thove having den'11ids against Jane
,hambera or Frances E. Davis will also pre.
en the sano on or before said day.
J. A. Dili.
That desirable residence in the town of
twberry now occupied by the family of
)r. D. E Ewart. Tho house is large and
ounodious and within 250 yprds.- of;tle
"ourt House . The lot has'on I tg9od-gar,
Ion and all the necessiAry OUt. ulldligs
Citchen, Store house, Batli house,. &o. The
lousehold and Kitchen Furniture wIll be
old with the premises if preferred.
Those desiring to purchaso can 8a4erain
erms and particulars by catling bn'er' coth
blne. LAURA P. EWART,
Oct. 20 41 tf. - Newborry,: . C.
Ladies' Cloaks &c.
A splendid stock-,f Ladles'01oaker Shawls,
911blas, Hoods, &e
.OVLb'AE & .waEElER.
Oct. a 39 tf.
State ofSouth Carolina.
r N P B 0 B A T E C6 0UR T.
Martha Glider, et al,
Itht. Smith, et ux, et a].
I.Y Virtue of an Order from the Probate
0iJtdgo, Iii the above cause, I %yill. sell at
te htoe residence of WILSON ABNEY,
dec'd ,on THURSDAY. the 4th day of No.
veabor stext, the REAL ESTAIt of Mrs.
TA II[ATHA ABINEY, dec'd., consisting of
FOUR rRACYS OF LAND. viz:
1st, TilE 110MESTEAD, immediately on
Sallida River, containing Eight 11undred
and Seventy Acres, bounded by said River,
and by lauds of Winfield, Coleman, Lands
of the Estates of Bennet Ferry. Wilson Ab,
ney and others. This place is finely tima
2nd, TIJE bidCARry-TRAcr, the resi.
dence ol Mrs. M A, Gilder, containii One
Hundred and Twenty-flvo Acres, bounded
by lands of Joseph Berry. 11ally Slorchaut,
the Estate of Lewis SLupie an others.
3d, No. 1 Of the COLMAN T CAO', on
the North side of the Chirleston Road, con
taiing Two Hundred and Si:ty%six Acres,
bounded by lands of the Estate of Bennet
Perry, Lewis Sainple and otherb:
4th. No. 2 Of thu COLEMAN TI'UO, - n1
the South side of the Gharleston Hoad; con
taining Fiveo Hundred and- Twentix
Acres. bounded by hmuds dr th6 Esthtji, jiuf
Bennet Perry, Lewis Sinpld' and*otliers:
0-7-1lats of said lands wile b exhilitedi
on the day of Sale.
TERMS-One third of tlid'p'lAlcs6 iaon
cy, and the expenses of this suit,'will be re
quired, in cash-, The balance on a credit or
one year with interest from d1sy of .sale.
The credit portiun to be secured by the iu,
dividual Bond of the purchusers, *nd a
mortgage on the premIses.
&7Salo to take place at 13 o'eloc A. M,
0'- ritles and staimps Extra.
JOHN ..MDET4 . .
Oct. 20 41 2t.
Arrived a,t Last.
200 fet 2,.inch Gin Banding,
275 " 5 " "
.AL mant ti'neturer's pwrcs for
cashm, ati 8. P. BOO0Z i'R & '.
Ifa hi'd warc Storo.
Oct. 20 11 20.
8. P. BO0028Rf & GO.,
Engil'lh and American hlardware, Cutlery
nnd Onnit, Iron. Steel, Nalls. .Woodenware,
paints, Oils, W~indtow Glass. Carriage and
Buggy Material, Agricultural fmnplemeatr
Wounld hog to call the attention of their
friends and the pubilic generally, to their very
large stock of tihe above goods, whibh have
recently been selected fronm the best Manu-a
f'acturcrs and Importers, on the most favour.
able terms. andi which are now offered to all,
at the LO WEST PRICOES, it has been omr
pleasure to give, since time war.
Oc t 20 41 3t.
LOOK JJEQII YOUl LEAP!
Fnll Lines for the Fall,
SATISFACTION IN PRICES.
Having jumst rettuned from the Northmera
markets with a heavy Fail amid Winmter
Stock of Goods, boughti with care and at, a
declineo, I am now prepaired to sell at
it all theo following grades,
Of' every variety, sucih as Morhnoes, P'opiins,
Doilnes, Mosambiques, Debaixo, Black and
WVhit.e Alpaccas, Silks, and a full assortmient,
of' Dross 'I'rimniings.
CALl00ES,.WiiHTH1 GOODS, OSNABURGS,
IHOAMSPUNS AND BLANKETS.
HIOSIKIIY of. every description, besides a
lot of superior Luadios' RIBBED HOSE at
the LOW PRICE of 124 CENTS PEIf
P AITh. Also,-HODP.SK tRTS.
JE~A N, Oassmi'osaDpo-Skins, Biroadeloths,
for gentlemen and youthms, together with
an elegant lot of
H A TPS, BO (O TPS A ND) SH OES,
CLOT H1IING, &CC.
A large smupply of
OIL SJLK 'end NUR~SER1Y
Also a goodi stock .oi'choieo
Saddlery, Bugy Wagon Harness,
Sora, Urrsaa ilAnaxas AND MinANo
lit great vuqrhety, and a general stock* f all
kinds of -
All of which in q(tuit;v; vatriety anid prices,
will enmibie inn to compete wvith any house
thIs'side of Maon hind ix'on's line.
Deeply gratelui for paht.llberal favors, I
respectnlmy utsk an examination of m4y large
stock,and garantee natlsfaction to purcha
W. T. TARRANT.
Oot, 8 89 ti,
100 B~iels Fl'our,
I?r~n ~to $12 lr- AITl]
A-.E A dARTIN.
8000 tU3hols (orn