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Wednesday, Novem'r 23, I87O.
The Public Meeting
Aonounced for last Monday has been
postponed until Sale-day in December,
when it is -desired that a full represen
tation from all the townships v ill meet.
In this connection we state also that
the nr-eting of the town club called fur
this Wednesday afternoon, will be post
poned till a!ter the public meeting in
South Carolina has lost, by one of
the greatest systems of fraud ever known.
and which is admitted now by the lendir.g
radicals, after the election is over, hut it
is consoling that the cause of honesty
against oppression and dishonesty is gin
ing largely elsewhere. New York has
gone l)emoceratic by a large majority.
The next Congre,s will he as follows,
Democrats. 108, Radicals 122, Indepen
pendients 3. Is not this cause for con'
UIs the largest circulation of any po
litical paper in the world. It is thor
oughly Democratie ; containa, each week.
politieal editorials from "Brick" Porn
eroy, such as no other man can or dare
write; Pomeroy's Saturday night chap
teps, and social chats with friends'
Terrence McGrant's letters ; full and cor
rect finanical and commercial reports ;
masonic and agricultural departments,
and gcneral ncvs, re:dering it a first
class fanily alr.
Suhscripti">n pri;e .2 50 S r'i fo"
,pecirnen copi- .nrd ci cerlars with p'-.
niium lists and ciub tates. Address M
M. Pimeroy, e<litnr and proprietor, or C
P. Sykes, publihrer, P. 0. Box 65,217,
New York cit V.
Death of Col J. E. Eago^3.
In the death of this gallant gentlem-n.
the State has reasons to iamen.t. lie
was the youngest Colonel in the Confed.
erate service, that honora,le title hei:ig
conferred on bi:n fr highly meritorious
conduct in battle, when he was only
ninete'n years of age, and none braver
than himself was thcre enlisted in fighting
the battles of his country. HIis sulbring
in the list hours intervening bett cen
the accident and his death were iorr.e
with a fortitude in keeping with his
character, which from his earlicst boy
hood had been such as gave the greatest
comfort and sati4wa,-tion to family anid
friends. Col Hfagood was the brother of
G'en. Johnston IIngoond. Said and cruel
the a.ccilent w:.ih laid low so noble, so
gallant a man. Grzen be the t,rf ab.ve
his resting place.
To the Women of the South.
A circular thus addressedl, making aip
peal for aid in erecting a monument a'
Richmond, as a lasting memot ial of the
love horne our great chief-Gen. Lee
by a mourning and grateful peopl:, has
been sent us by the Committee of ladies,
of the Monument Associaition. It ispo
posed that on the fourth Sunday in No.
vember, the 27th, a collection be takeni
up in all the churches throu)ghout the
Southern land, as the only possible way
by which a voluntary and -simult'tneous
offering can he made to the memory of
him whom we would honor in death, as
we have honored and loved in life. A
very small stun each fr om so hrge a field
will insure an amount suffici.nt fhr so
great and noble an ob~ject, id Wet urge
in behaf of the Committee, that the va
rious pastors in this county and town
make the necessary announcement to
their congregations, and take up the sub
scription at the time~ desirnated. It is
esti'nated that there are 23.000 conszre
gationsa in the South, and if all of them
contribute but a triiling sum, a fittinsg
monument can be rearedl. Le.t each man,
womnan and chil, give what they can,
regardlless how smnall or how great the
somn mary be.
Cotribuionrs mist be sent to Mrs. C.
C. Pmcknev. Chairman of Lad'ies L--e
Monument Commnit tee, Charleston, S. G.
Premiu-ns to New'oerry.
Froam the ofilil report of premniumis
awarded at the late State Farir, we take
the flowing for Newberrry:
Be-t hushel bread corn--T. W. 11ol'o
Best bushel stock corn-U D. Boozer,
Best Alderney Bull--Rev T.S. Boinest,
Best Blood mare-Rev G. B. Tucker,
BEat Blodmi ll-2 year old-Rev G.
B. Tucker, $10.
Best Single harness horse-W. Y.
Best CotswoldI Buck-Win. Summer,
Bes.t Cornwold Ewes, 3 in pen-Wmn.
Best chesnuts, walnuts, raspberries and
strawberries-Wt m. Soummier. silver.
300 varieties pear trees-Win..Summer,
135 varieties peach trees-Win. Sum
170) varieties apple trees-Wmn. Sum
1 box mnedlars-Wmn. Sommer, silver.
Best jar lard--Mrs. T. W. Hollow'a,
liest Domecstic Soap--T. WV. U->lloway,
rBest Pe Miss. K'bler, silver.
Best S.ack Peacannuts-J. L. Eppes,
Best Woolen Coverkt-Mrs. C. Suber,
Best LAidi Work Quit--Mrs. T. WV.
Best Plough boy--Niles Peter $5.
G;reat exel:ement in at! the European
Court circles beere or the attitudle of R~us
sin. War prepraZtionls proceed day and
Dnit in England.
The Ru-sian armr en a war footing has a
grand total of 1.357 6~.57
D)isas:er'is said to have befallen the armay
orc. the Loire. But thre new is vague and in
deinite, and we awuit reliable daita; mean.
whle ::,e tgreat est de of modern times eon
tinues andi the -.nonktle~ue tires of a general
war a.re 1n s't rea ~yto b,i:mz. for:h, arid cn
A RightB.easonaUe cason.
It was no doubt expected that, on our re
turn l4st week from Co!nmbia, somethinig
would ia e been said of the Fair, and it
vo .1., but for reaaons. In the first place
we went down fni1, head full of Fair, and of
hetd.o-it'. h:cid- flull of bakets, bundles and
babe,, luli itide and full outside. and on
nrrlving were title<l with consterna:ion at the
numtnr of hack drivers, who each and all
ntde trtml-ndots efforts to fill their vehicles
wi:h our fu;lne>s. Such the uproar, and the
danger, that the children's eye< tilled with
tears. wazil; ours filled with tr.'t!,e Oh the
fullness of joy, for just then we sew the
friend we 1-,oked for, corn ng to the rescue
lis heart was full of the m:ik of human
kinminoess; we til'ed h is arms anl hands, un
til he ran over-across the street-we foI
lowed, and soon fonn"i shelter, weccome and
n:ilef from all the fulless but that which
filed our lt-. Tha: held on all night and
next day, and the nex:; it got no herter fa-t.
The house w+t full of ladies, who all trie-l
their level best to cure it, but it ached right
on, while the children-a score more or less
-kept auch a racket, that, on the mornin
of the second or third day, we don't rem m
ber which, so groat the p-tin and so rtuch
the noise, we cried In extremi:y, "Lay ott
Macduff," and without stopping to finish the
quotation. started for the Fair Gronn !s.
And what was the consequence? it only grew
worse. We went, we saw-nothing, an-i it
conquered. All that we distinetly remnmber
was, the feeling that some one trumped on
our toes, which guve momentary relief t
our head, when the shrill whistle of Mr. To
zer's N5O steam engine filled the measure ot
misery in starring that everlasting pain
again, and being bored by a man with a long
tale, and the having to keep an eye on o r
youngest boy who would go where we did
not want him to go, and our hand on an
empty wallet to save the feelings of any un
wary pickpocket v.ho otherwise m;ght have
found oppor:unity to gra' It and me t with
disapp,in:meut. We got out at :ist, and
with our headache, went for turkey, oyster
pie, floating island, etc , at H K's, the glass
front gentleman's ho,pitable mansion. No
relit', ' rried hr-arl and ache to be,:, all nigh
i: held on withi a tenacity altngether depl ra
hi'. C.uried it around next day, and tried
h>tlf dozen on the shell, still without relief,
and thus it con:iuued, when dis;u;:ed, d
jointed. de'norlized and all but dctented.
we conc'nt!el to start back for horme. 1T:is
I waa on Mo:ndar. Had heard of blue Mort,
day, but never realized it before. Took
seats in coach at eight. and received the"
cheering as<nrane that the caravan would
start in t'n minutes time, bat it did not.
.':cited oue betr, and timidly asked ngain
"when do we start,' "as soon as the freight
train-comcs in, which is expc:e:d to get in
when it arrives." Looked aroun'. saw,Npar
tn,burg, in red letters on outside of coich.
but hav rg no desire to visa that town: just
then, as it :-.s raining, went in, remove:
bag and h:,gage, and nit q-tite siti"fled th.'
we bad got everything out, went b ick and
sure enough found the entire family, who
had been overlooked. All right now. Sa'
down, waited one hour more, co-ductor
hitched on one of the big shoo fly coaches.
passengers all moved into it, we dittoed, this
time took chiidren in first. Lively hope of
strting now, anid we diid in about a half
hour, but only f'romn the big fine coach into
a sma iler one, w ith hard seats and dirt enough
on them to start a vetge'table garden, it being
discovered in time that one of the springs oh
the shoo fly was biriken. W.ited ionger;
reigrht came in, will stuart now, ma:de chi:
:ren take fresh holds on bach of seats in Ca''
the thing should start in tuo big a hurry.
But it did not yet, only half of the freight
trait: had got in, the balance stopping oppo
site Messrs. Go'ldsenith & Kind's foundIry,one -
mile distant. (These gentlemen are exten
ively cecagd in the m.-.nufact:ure of im
proved cotton presser, and other articles for
farm use of ext'eedin:g merit, and at the l.ite
Fair received -everailprizes.) Rel i ore rrnt
in engines and h inds sent after de:ii'ned halt':
it came in ;track being no)w clear, it was
joyful:yascertainedl tbhit the train would now
move. It did-about three hundred yard
and stopped, th-at somebody might enquire it
Mr. Elwwards was ab'ord. By the timei
was found that Mr. E. was not A board., th-'
pssengers had each be'come much thoredl, hut
con luetor Itrazil just then like a sensible fel
ow eried all-a-board, and the thing mnoved.
It was eleven o'clock. A last fbu- look at
depot, wlhch for three hours we had wearily
gazedI at. 'T welve brought us to the scene of
the wreek, and an tawfui sight it still pre
sened. The wonidet is that balf' the passen
gers on that unft.rtunLte train which wet
rver on that unlucky aftlera->on, were not
killel, and! the o;her half wounded 'rThe
smash was dre:adful. No other detention t:li
we reached the city of Po'n tria, andI there
the hungy tired ones were allowe:l ab)out one
ad a half !hours time to view the public
pulic buiblings and monum-nts, while wait
ing for the down passenger. Thte mceeting
was amin able, anad the parting pleasant. At
four Newberry was whistie 1. anid though that
white was s-un lei by Jack L tw!ess, first
ieutenant of Joe Crews' fire bran!I mi:itiai,
ad was paid dear fo.r in time, it was imusit'
swet. hivne ag tin, and after all that long,
Weary, waiting an-i worrying, homnogenausly
the same, but httn:ry, hollowr, backed, bar
rasd, tand still full of heada.cho. Is it muchb
wod-mr that we did not give a colu'nn des
rip:en of the Fair, and other things un
We are toMi that it was a success, and that
there were a gre'at many people, horses andi
other stock there, lovely women, any number
of chiliten, (we had fouir) and alhost of beau
tiful i useful thtiugs, but they were like a
'eaed hook as it were to the possessor of the
At this; date ottr hea-l is cear of pain, and
if the executiv" could be induced to hold the
fair over, we beli. ye it would afford us pleas
The following letter addressed to Joo A
Crews, ctire .Joe Crews, 1.aurensville, S. C.,
h-as been handed to us. We do not thick
note or comment nece<sary, as it (peaks
voltmes for itself. We publish it verbitim
from the original, and "dry so."
The wr itcr is confidential secretary to the
tSTATE (JF -TH GAI(IA I IA
coimu'li , Oct. 3d, 1 57.
Mr DFAR Ci:w
Yoiur papers- c-ame t.o h.and d .r, andt I
got thte Gov'- appro 0! after sotn:e sLt.
tlkitg--day afa &r to-orr' I alill actnd :
to you, unit ao' ut ' our father conte~
don., I wonb Cue ive V ou persont!
.liv thaint to sen by -xrs oni aIc'ount 0o
the s:te ofi the couttry. You tell VOU
:a'r th [. w aor:.e,t lard for W'allaace, and1
01oW h' don't wanit to) pay mte, 'tuI Its cos -
Y::'ENtt.aL. \,ou 5.a' to ' our thellr, that
uti" W.lla uars mte thte S io" I ail
*o teo:ice and P'iekens. arni dufi'at boi
je st- re a s~ thein stun -hInutms, bi)(!-es- I
al the Gouvernor's a ttien:ion to that $250
Wa La cu' got out of the tre:icurv witheO
Governor's knowledge, andi he sill have to)
Ii a'it ai! lack, as hue is tnot enttiided t'i uNE
CEN. Love to your ether, P'owell, self
a:.d all. Wrute to :ue at ottce.
YIours truiv, EIAGI2
The first c:nls:::eration and the last-jlu.ft
nla 1':t. iS e o. (.Germanf River.
'roLc.-Brigadier Gen. reterson ex
hihited to us the other day a straight st(m
taken f:om a stalk of cor:on grown on his
p'aotarion, mesanring only eleven inches.
on which were ten fuil sized boUl<, and he
:avs his te not a ciicumstance. His modest
rtq:est was to make notice of this remark:,
ile _"rowth. if we needed a paragraph to add
to the interest of our alrendy highly inter
eritig paper, and a,k hie brother farmers
"how i; that for high ?" all of which we do.
How To DETECr COCNTERFEtTT NOTE.
Quite a number of our merchants accepted
the call of )r. Samuel lreves ,f Salisbnry. N.
C.. on Wednesday and Thiursday last, ar.d
placed themselves under t h i s accnm
plished gentleman for the purpo!e of
taking le..ons in the art of detecting cotn
teri'et nore. I). R. is a expert. and exaluins
c!e:-rh atnd Aimpiv ittr w.y nt"ces"ary to de'
cite quickly the diTfrenr tic, wee-n the gen
uine and the spu, ius. 11t will visit the prin
cipal towns and villi.,ge, of the np ct au;ry.
A C-r.-Thtere are Cnrlnnc kinds of ents,
"thP cut d.-d," and't" n:1k:ne,t cut of
all." the cut "nn the miei' and down
again," tin "pa,"on win: en"'', the boys lirat
cat rith his new knite, the "cat and come
ag In," and ve know not how many other
cute, nei:her of whic" are we cutting at now
however. Tihe cut alluded to w:ts made by
Luke. (no relation of the saint of "ame natre,
for we regret to say that the Luke named is
gnilte of g;ettinti mad ?onetitnes.) at th, in
tsnoce of G.-n. W. H. Hunt. and was no less
than a en; of tine mutton, !at, juice, tender,
attil just suchr a piece as we delight to sit up
to and cut into slice< for we'uns. The Gen.
will plea;e ace'pt our thanks for the same,
and although it i.+ now clean gone forever.
the remembrance is fresh and sweet. hi
your touth vatering, reader? if so. go to hi.
stall, where every day can be found as uice
meat as can h - produced.
Scaars -We are having more weather
than a man can shake a stick at.
.lack wil please state if the place where he !
laid his body down on the 20th night Nov.,
was soft and comfortable, or otherwi,e.
The way the m",ney goes will he found out
hy readittg private secretary Hague's letter,
The tn in who tid hie'd haitl ns a load of
wood-!ong ago dte-when he has noth inx
else to do, will go to ruiu if he dues nut
Ii edrm had carried the election as rad!,
cali;um fru-ent!v did, Grant would have
hrIlped teott to cone down like a thonu:nl
of bi ick. .lohn Brown's son! is marching ot.
A :t.ill i:rove of bogs sold here on MoNid.ir
at tine cents brosi, and the public pulse
d ii-'t bett one time quicker.
John says he are, and 1.e ate, and kept on
eating witle in Charleston last week. He
stoppeil at the Pavilion. and had a good time
Sonehevly, or'. couple of them, onght to j
mirrv and senl in a ctke. We've lived on
tig turnips till we can't rest. C.ke, cake, is
Sub;crih"r< wl plea e p:tv np, for time is
on the winz. It they do not we'll wing our
flight to other parts.
NEW ADvERTIsEwt rs.-lcssrs Mayes &
Mtartin, we are p!eased to state, have removed
to their elegant and commodlots brick store.
here thev h:ive on hand a fine stock of
gir,erie.4 anl general plbntat:on supplies.
Messrs Fellers & (iltan, are prepared to
show a cho+cr as-or ment or new goods. sn"h
as dry goods, trimmings, heavy goods, gre
cei ies, and n;e D>ics.
Mr. D Mower invites attention through a
series of carls to his larte an.d varied stock of
dry goods, inilinery, buots, shoes, groceries,
Mr. L. R Marshal, says "rme too," and
means too what he snra.
Messrs 'tt & Land. of Angtsta, Ga., ad,
vertise their Expectorant in this issue. It is
a sovereitrn remedy for all the complaints
enierized, and is highly recommended.
fry it. ye 'fflicted.
Messrs Wilcox & Gibbes, call attentionl
to their guanos. They are large importers
atd dealers, and farmers can rety on-their
feilizers being good. Mr. G. T. Scott is
agent for Newherry C. HI., Mr. Jas. Lipscomb
for Chtappell's Depot, and Mr. 1'. E. Wise for
Mr. Alex C. We!t'h offers to furnis'h pritne
frs' wood for Sate. (G:ve him yotir orders.
Mr. N. B. Davenport offers for Sale a vat
us ble, htighly improved platution. Parties
wanting land will do well to exilminc this
II. C. W.keman-Sidra and Sho-tiders.
or saic tow.
A. B. C --Nice educational.
WHitcg IS TitE 'RE5ON ? --Gov. Scott'
mtust be a ha-l pnymaster, h-is too many' em
ployees, or. but, we dislike to sav It. the mi
j rIty oc' his un-lerstr:ippers must he n-itra!lv
lod. (ti!v twio w'eks ::o we h>:d oc..i-tio
to no'ice the sr),iius conrdntt of one of
bis pr-ace pire'etve'rs, and now we have to re
cord enoher deevrture from the strict l'ne
flidowied by ctrentlemn. The ca-e is this
one of 'dihechownt.' with'ut regard to~ pro
priety, or theo fe:ar of conseq'uences, sednce'd
a ne't.ro itn:O the ne(f'rious plan of' taking
from Mr. Pool's hotel the covering of two
beds 'The plan was carried ont in so far,
that t:te clothes were taken from the beds and
n'atr dlow.n the stairs, whlen the owner^see
ing the mano'ouvre stopp-d procee'lings, and
inlted su'nimary ponishmeint on the attSon
i-hed. anid s-r:nge to say, indignant white
man, who satid he tthought there was no harm
in it,.c he wa< responsib!e. Mr. Pool thoutght
othrwise, and as stated, visited con,tahie
Smi-h with some salutary and, under the cir~
cumstances, necessary lessons, which it is
honel may serve it good purpose.
One or otha' of the reasons named nhor:
must lbe the caus" for this condturt, but which,
we cannot tell. If the first. we ventnre 'o nd
vise the G >vernor to pay his constablea
enou?h to keep themi ahove the necessily of
intrfering with the rights and property of
honest p'orple and if the I riter, we respect
filv enutreat that he -end them to a more
covgenial latitude. In the name of Grant,
let us have peace. Governor.
The Evangelical Lutheran Synod
Of South C'irriina anid adj ucent States
convenedl in St. Jbohn's Church, Charleston,
on the 17th in<tsnt. The attendance was
large. Dr. Rude presided.
Trhe following is the President's report :
BeL.OVEn IlKETHiREN :-We Are again per.
mitted to mecet in sy'nodic'al conuvention, to
ch-dre what the Lord has done for our
churches, to report the result< of our lah'>r,
ad to devise means for the continuedl we.l
f:ire of Z.ion. With fervent gratitu-le to llit,
wo'. ioved, rede.'med sod called us. and
wose scevants we- arec, let u< devote ouir
~trength and time. e:irnestly and self-deny
itgly to the aci.omplishment of the purpos
for which we are' assemobledl together May
we all reilize ho'h our responsibtlity andl ac,
coutbilitv. We are but suewardIs. (Of thte
clricatl tmembe)rs of this, Synod, not one has
been call away: but we mourn the (heath
of the delegate from Sr. John's Church,
Chrleston, B'other 11. Cola. H-e hias gone
to his rewarri : we feel assured that our loss
is his gain. Let us remember tb,it time is
fleetimr, and th<t we therefore ought to he
up and doing with all our might; be instant,
io season and out of season. proving our-!
eelves workmen, each in his sphere. whether
it be the pulpit or the pew, that need not be
asha'mei, and w>atching. serving, waiting,
looiug constantly for the coming of the
My rfhi';al acts arc but few. The Srnoli
uras n-!eed a formul, of govetrnment iicip
line, buit it seemos to have becomre oh-olete.
I o;eceauntg papers were Sitt1.nlittedl upon
pot,t r.iea. p i.otOl charg:ij.e-, the G eneira .Sy
nod. the Th~!eoloiical.t Seintary, l'neficia
All th.a pertains to the affair, of the pas
tort:' is sattiactory. It is riettommntted
that the l'heolo"ic.d Semnary h.e loc:ted at
C .lumbtia, atnd that steps be taken for tihe
uport of the pr'ofe.;sor5 the se'curinig of
funtil for i-estment, an- f or tint rpeedy re,
optring of the to tituti:>n.
It was te<olved th:tt a collection he takenu
up otn the third ubahtth in l)'eembter next
and -uceedwinlg Sabb iths, iti all the cthurche'.
of Synod for the benefit of the Setminary.an.d
pro~eeds sentt to Roard of Directors at Co
Svno.l eleted the following offleers:
Sigh, Recording Sec-ary: Rev J1 P Smne!t
zer Co,rresponditg S'eretarv; Major P. 1-.
Wise, 'Tretasurer: Mr..). F. Sebiirtmer. 'l're.s
urr Saminary: Mr. T, w . Holloway, 'Lres
urer Widow's Ytund.
President hlawkius, upon taking the chatr,
in a brief atnd graceful mar.neracknowledged
h" trust and confidence imposed in hint, and
touchindi" requested tbe body to give him
their pr-avers. couin,ei atid forhaerati' to-the
enI that tie diZfni'. diets :m.tI privileges
of ;vlih. tl eO,Od to toe well-bing of01 the
c!,meth and thie glo.ry' of God.
.Ti... ara reports gn e checritng pro
mise of the extension of the bounds of the
tvd'z T. S. Boinest and J. A. Sligh, were
re.ertively rl, cred drieg:tre and alternate" to
-he Geor:ia s ynod; and lt.-v'ds W. S. liow
m:mn and J. If. W. WVertc to the NrhCaro,
1-'~ E. A. Iilek, Superintemlent of the
Amtercan ible Society, in Sou'h C.trolina,
.:diressed the Svnod. tiving an interesting
.t:etement of his work, after which resoiu
rions were p:tssed heartily endorsing anJ su
taining Mr. Iloles In his noble wo:k of Bible
An election wns held for the quota of repre.
s'utation of thi: Synod in the Board of Di
ree:o"s of the Thet"logical Seminary. and
lh.v,. I'. S. ; .Iue,4t, .T. liawk:n+. .I A.Sligh,
r.- .'.rsrs. W. K. l.ehman end G. Diereks
The follnwinr were erteed as Trines of
rl.e ('oleee :?.vs. J. It chman , t).. T.
S. Boine.st, J. lLwk ins. W. S. Iiowman,W.
W1. Ilickt'. .J. A. i;:'h..1. H. Honour, Ilon.
D Bio.man, .1 . r,q , 1>r. A E.
Norman Dr. 'arr'e, titj. P E. W i.. Capt.
J P. Ail. Ca.pt V K. lAchran. M .j. G.
iaphar:. ('.t;t. G. S. 1Mtcker, Win Halti
Wan;:er and V m. Keith.
R.-v. M-. Shitch, o( West Virg,nia, wa- rP
reived into the Miniterium, and he will be
installed for a pasorat: in the Synod
Synod has re-olv":td to devote itself to
grr"tter zeal, and a more earnest work in the
Frnr Level was selected as the next place
In i.,nrensville. November 1 th. by Rev.
P. F. Kt-tter. TOMAs B. CR,Ws, of the
L.uren-viile Iler.ld. to tliss C:LIA R BA.
LI.W. daughter of the late Rev. David L. llal
Our heartiest congratulations to brothet
Crews of the Ila rald and the amiable lady of
his choice. We had been thinking some
time that Tom was cruis-ing short-banded,
and that an addition to his crew would make
the voyage happier to him. Be careful of
your "im,pressions" Tom, so thatyour "proof
sheets," may be creditable, and your small
articles be properly "capped" and worthy of
rwn':arv, S. C., November 22.-Cotton 13.
(o1.UNSt1i A. November 22 -Sales of cotton )c5'
ter.aysi l bales-middlingS 14c.
Nkw Yorg. N\ivember 21-7 P. M..-Cottoe
o:ented ,trong. but clo-eo weak; sales 4.5 0 bale
upinur,d16 ;. Gold 1I.
(x-A.u: i'os.November 21.-Cotton flrrrer
middlin 15f; rales 5;rs bales; receipts 1.4t6
Arot;s'a. November 2l.-.Cotton in 0o4 de
mand. at 14; a 141 fur middling; sales 1.37 bales:
I.tvas:Po'L. Yonvemb'r 21-Evening.-Cotton
c'osed eteady-upland19j; Orleans 91; sales 12,
LITEST QUOTATIONS OF
IN (hIrARLESTON. S. C.,
CofnarCTZ w.ZXLY aT
Banker & Broker. No. 25 Broad Street.
3'J}E.m'It is, I m9
STA e ctC:trrls--Snnth Oarolina. old. - s
': to new. --a i1; do. regi-t'd stock. ex int a
('ITS SetrrnTtras-An.nsra. Ca.. itonds -s
75: ('harleston. S. U., .tock. ex e.r int. - a 60:
do. Fire Lonn Honds. 68a -; 'lumt>ia. S. C.
Itonds. - a M).
Ba:t.toA D t - -ltt,e Ridge. Grst mort:age,
6?'a-: charleston and Savannab. 60a..: Char
lotte. Columbia aid Augusta. - a 85: Cheraa
and ltariiugtou. a 9-; Greenville at'd Colutnbia,
1st mo'rt.. 8;a -; do. state gtraater, 65 a -;
Northeastern. 87 a -; -Savannah and Charleston,
lst mort.. - a 78; do. Staste guarantee. 69a -:
South (arolina. - a 78; do. 6:'; spartan. burg and
LDion. -A 5..
RAIt.ROAD S-rocK5.-Charlotte. Columbia aDd
A u.usta. - a 401: Greenville and Columbia. 3
;North,easte'rn. 13.s : Savannah and Charles
ton. -- a 85S: 5 -nih ('arolina. whole shares, -a
i1 o. half'sh:r-:6 - 22.
Exciia.. .&c-New )>rk Sight. 3 off par;
G old, 11:1 a i113: Si:ver. 103 a
Bunk~ of' r-nariest,,n................. ....
elank of Newberry...................,.-- -
,t.nk of" a:mde......................85 a --
Uank of' Georgetown.................7a
Ii 'uk of$oth larolinia................19 a -
ink of('h<.t-r.....................4 -
ti:ik of It .mbneg........................ 7a -
W.unk of State of S. C.. pirior to 1861....4 a -
lt::: or Sta of'S. C.. issue 1861 and 1862.86 a -
el'antre' aud Mecha'n ic' W'k ofCh'r:estou- a -
l'ple'- [t.ank of ('harlestou............-. a -
L' mn P.anik of Chiarle'sto ........-'-...- a -
uit hw,sterni it R lt:tni Fat a lestun, old,-- a -
Soutwe-ernt R It tOok orc'harleston.new.- a -
iitate hink ofi Ciurletron.............. 6 a
F-rer ,r'a'd t.>chtange Wtk'ofCbarleston.. 2 a -
E;xchnge fls:k 'of ('olumnbia............86 a -
('omercicl lt.ank of Co,lumbnia.............Ia --
\f-rca'tt It:nik oftCheraW..............6 a -
I'anera' tank of 1"iiiicld.............tia -
st:ste of South ('arnlina lls Receivable. ..95 a --
City of ('halso hauge 1h1ul...... 95 a -
ells muarked! thus ~* are being redeemed a'
the Bank ('ounters of eac s.
sa Y OU C AN OBTAIN
proftable employment in your own town, fo.i
. portion of y'our liiure horr, by adress
ing Y. M. Christian Association, Chicago
111. Oct. 19, 42-If.
9500OREVF,W.\RD offered by the proprietori-'
Dr. Sage's Caiarrh lRemedly, for a case o
Ct.rrh which he cennnot cnre. Sold hb
draists5 or by mail Sixty Cents. Parmphle
givig symtptoms and mole of treatment,
snt free. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Biuf
frlo, N. Y.
sgT'I'I1 GR EAT OBJECT OF
all persons who' are subject to dehilitating in
flences, shol he to increase the vigor ant
activity of the digestive organs. the grea
Tnilc whic'h acco:nplishes this is SUNrsI
lurras. Nov. 23, 47 -1t.
sdr IT IS FABLED OF THEF
celestial divinities, who are said to have re
sid'd on earth during 'he golden age, tha
they forsook the world, and fled to heaven it
consequence of man's ills. Suffering hu
manstity who labor under the effects of the
ills su'perinluced bv malarious diseases. cat
shake off their earth:y pains. and enjoy
heaven of rest by using the celebrated "Oh
Thy Wincinan's Crystalized Worm Cand:
N ov. 23, 47-1t.
s- Iuow TO M.\KE IroOMFi
ARIATVE.-Don't have your stair.
w.it'iont bani-ters, at the risk of b,reakin;
viinr c'hiilr'n's neeks D)on't have woodet
ceilings, that require a cordl of light wood ti
illuinat" the room. Do~n't have windows
witlour gh:i, so that whenever it rains vor
ust sh t out the li::hit of heaven. Don'
have w~she< without h!lin-ls, so that the sum
mer sun will dazzle younr eyes, warp youo
furniture and fade your carpet. Bitt ordel
all the necessary materials for finishing youl
house in comfiortable style from P. P. Toale
Chareston, S. C., the largest manufactures
of 'itch thingr in the Sou:hern States.
Nov. 2. 44-lm.
6r A BOrD)YA N DMIN D D I
.41'A- -Such Is dylpepeia The stom:,ch anm
the t.rain are to'. intimately allied for the onM
to ufr w ith:out the oilher, so that dyspepia ant
deode1 cv are iniseparable. It may be added
o. that irritationi of' the stomach is almost inva.
riulv :rtecomaniied by irritation of the temper.
Ih l in v i'oratinr and traiquilizing operatior
if lt.stetrter's lBitters is most powertully derel
,.ped in. eases ofi indli:testion. The first effect o
ti agreeabl- tonic is c'omfortingM and ecur
a.ing. A inuild glow pervades the system, the'
e,ron ii ueains< in the region of th'e stomaci
i lse:ed, sui thu ne'rvous recklessness which
characterises th:e disease is abated. Ihi,s it,
ree'-ut is noit tranisi.-nt. It is riot Suiccee'dc(
by the return of' the uthl symPptomns with super
aded turCe. aL- i< alway< the cnse when umniei
cted atijiUrsit are giveti for the c--mplaint.
Each doie seems to in:p:urt a i'rrmanent uucesi.t
o2'healthf lul invigoratpin. ['uit this i< not all.
h~ aper.oant atiii ai-ti-billious p. opertes of thi
prep'rtiou are scaicely secondrary. in imupor
tance to its tonic virtues. If thtere is an over.
flow of bile the sweretion is soon brought with ir
prper li.nitrs. and it' the bilreury orgaen :s ineri
and torpid it is tined anid regulaitedl. The ei'eci
upon the d ischai'::ing organts is equally salutary
and ii ca-es of c.tstipattti the~ caithrtio actii't
i'ju-t sulficit to prodt.ce the~ desired resull
gadaliy and witho,ut tain T1he bitters ails
prmote healthy eraporationt friom thi surfaci
which is particularly desirabt at this scasor
whet suddeni si nils Ci' r..w. iunpe:agut wveathiei
are apt to chec'k te natural perspiratimn an
troduce contge'stion of the liver. congl.s ant
cob: Tiie be.-: si li-guard against all dise'oe* i.
bdiy vigor, a:-d th e the great Vegetable IIes
torati'e es-rentially3 promotes.
THE survivors of the Ite wnr, who were
Confederate Soldiers, are mo't eariestly re
4:'-s:ed to meet on nex t S.ilie.1y at 1u
u'clock, in the new H.tll over Mtves & Mar
tit -tore, as business of importance t, ill
be brought to their attention. Let every
old so.dier heed the c:ll, for now, as in the
days we still love dvarly, it is thr cll of
e-Tr. Y. J. OPE.
Nov. 23, 47-2,.
Additions received almost daily. of
all the NEW STYLE L HATS. suita
hle for the season. and sold very low
by P. moly :I.
Nov. 23, 47---tf.
is well tilled with the choicest
and moat desirable GOODS.
Remember the place, at
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
CUSTOM made pe.rged CALF
BOOTS. aid warranted.
For sale by D. MOWER.
Nov. 23, 47-t f.
300 lbs. Bluestone,
For sale by
Nov. 23. 47-tf.
(' TOM ES will take notice that
I have a full supply of that good
make of AXES on hand, and for sale
low. D. MOWER.
Nov. 23. 47-tf.
A Lady. who is a graduate of a Lutheran
College. and has experience in Teaching.
desires a sitnation as asisttant in a high
School. Governess in a family. or to take
lcharge of a small School. Teaches thor
oughly all the English Brantebes. includ
iniz Literature. L'hetorie. Metaphysics. &c..
and Fre'nch and Mathematies.
Best of references given.
Address. ".\. B. C."
Nov. 2:. 4--t Columbia, S. C.
A.MONt hc ntnv be~ found sm
very beiuti ful PoplinOs antd other D ress
Goods. Prints. Ladies aund Misses
Brekfast Shawls. Infant's IIoods.
Sacks and ITose. Faney (Cassimneres.
Jeans. (brown anid black), Domestic
Braids, Velvet Trininings. Opera
Flanmnel, and niany other articles too
tedious to nltion.
CROCKERY AND Ti N WARE,
Axes, Nails, & c.
ENG. DAIRY CHEIESE4.
('P>A MOLASS ES, RICE.
SALT, SUGAR. COFFEE,
IIAMS. BAGGIN(G. TIES,
BLUESTONE, &c., &c.
To which we are constantly making
additions. Call and sie us,
Fellers & Galiman.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
Mi~E TOO, ME TOO.
MY friends remnembe1r wheni you
see all the big Fustibus advertisemnt s
in our ent erprising -Herald'" that L.
R. MARSHALL says
So come round.
One bbl. OYSTERS in the shell
on to-day, (Nov. 23d.)
Nov. 23. 47-i t.
2000 lbs. Dry Salted Clear
2000 lbs. Dry Salted Shoul
For sale very LOW FOR
H. C. WISKEMAN'S.
Nov. 23, 47-2L.
STATE OF SOUTII CAIZOLINA,
liv John T. Peterson, Pirobiate J't,le.
'hereas, ... F. Glenn h.ih made si
to meu to g'ranit him Lettiers of Admuinis
tran, of the Estate and ell'eets of Wmn.
These . are theref'ore to cite and admonish
a ll :iii. ,i'i-uir, th 1'.- .i:.dred anud ert4ditors
of he. -( midi -e.'a'ed, to he and app'ar ho.
tore moe, in the C2ourt of Probate to to heldi
tt iNwberry 4'ourt house, on the 6th day
of Decembter next, after piubliea: ion .ereof~
at 11 o'eioOi: in tho forenoon, to shew
cause,' if any they have, wvhy the said ad
rmiistration should not he grant.'d. Given
iindelr my haned this 22d day of November
anon Do-nini, 1 87u.
.ih T . Peterson. r. J. N. C.
having removed from their oll stand, to
Commodious iew. Brick Store,
Call attention to their incre,ased facilities
for the tranaction of husiness, .std iuvite a
call ironi their ft i.-nds aml customers.
Their stock consists of all grades of
GROCEIU E S,
ROPE, TIES, &c., &c.
MAYES & MARTIN.
Nor. 2?, 47-tf.
Cujhs, Colds, &c.
For the Speedy Relief
AND PERMANENT CURE OF
1 R N CIIITIS.
AnD ALL Dt9AsS Or THE
Lungs, Chest, or Throat!
T. U EX'EtTOI.ANT is composed exclusive
ly of Herbal and Mlucilaginous products.
Permeate the verv qid.s!aUce f the Lnn.
cac-ing them to throw ofl the ncrid matter which
collects in tie Itronchial Tubes, and at the same
time trms a soothing coating. relieving the irri
tation which pr-duces the cough.
The objrct to be obtained is to cleanse the or
gan of ail imltritie- ; to nourish and Strengthen
it when it h as become impaire"d and enfeebled by
disea-e: to renew and invigorate the dircuitiort
of the blond. and strengthen the nervous organi
zation. 'The 1X'E('TOKA'r ilo" this to an
artoni'hing degree. It is active bttt mild and
congenial, imparting tunctional energy and nat
ural rtrength. It affords Oxygen to v talize the
blood. and Nitrogen to assimilate the matter
It equalizes the "nervous influence,"
producing quiet and composure.
TO CO SUMPTIVES
It is irvaluable. as it immediately relieves the
difficult breathing and harassing cough which
attends that disease.
It is a specific-one dose often relieving the dis
tresing choking, and producing calm and pleas
No mother shonidi ever be without a bottle of the
1XPECTOr JA NT in the house. We have nume
rous cert dicaatep o1 it< hiavinag relieved. almost in
tantly. ti,e little suferer, whcen death appeared
MOTHERS BE ADVISED!
Keep it on IIlandl!
Thisdread dlisease req'tires prompt action ;as soon
as the ho:arse. hollow c >igh i. heiard, apply the
r,e-cly, anid it is easily vubdued;
BMT DELAY IS D.INGEROFS!
7 The propertie' of the EXPE'FCTORtANT
are dernulcert. nutn itive. balsamic,.suthinag, and
heaii.t. It braces the vervoul '.--yste and pro
duce.. ple.ahnt anad refrc-lshig stle.
1T EXHILIRATES AN3) RELUEVZS GLOOM&
XNESS AND DEPRESSION.
('ontaini'ng all these qalitie- in a convenient
ami comncenatratedi fohram it hast. proveu to be I heo
3Ibst Taliable Lung Balsam
ever uff:red to sufierers from 1'uimonaary dis
WM. H. TUTT & LAND,
Sohl by Draggists everywhere.
Nov. 23. 47--am.
00TLX GiBBE & tO.,
Importers and Dealers in
FOR SALE BY
WILCOX, GIBBES & CO.,
IPORTERS AND D)EALERS IN
148$ I,y St., Savannah ; 41 Blrond Street,
Angutsta, Gr., 151 Rtst Bay St.,
Ch.rleston, 8, C.
G. T. SCOTT,
Newberry, $. G.,
Chappell's Depot ,S, C.
P. E. WISE,
Frog Level, S. C.
For forther inform:ation, app!y or address
as above for Pamophlet.
Nov. 2.3, 47-4nm.
STATE OF SOUTII CAROLINA,
Bly John Tr. Peter'on, Probate JuIze.
Wheren, T. B. Kentnerly, hath made
si to mae '0 grant him Letters of A4dmin i-.
tration, of thme E-tate anad cleects of Stephen
H. Smith,a decease~d.
*Tsre. therefore to cite and .admonr ii'h
ai and i-' i .4:, th kindrmeud aml credli tors
of th'e i.t dnIeeatSed, to be and apoar be
.u. me, i.n tho':ourt of Proa:;e, to be held
at Newh'i-"ry Un'rt H:ie, 0on '.be 1st dlay
01 Ieceber i :e.xt, alier pubLliion hecreof,
t 11 o'clock ita the fv~oreoon, to niew
a;:e, if any they bare, why thme said ad.
aiministration shou d nmot he granteod. Giveta
under nmy hand this 1 Sth day' of December,
.I1ihIN T. PiETFERSON, r. .r. N. c.
Nov. :.:, 47--2t.
A LL parties indebted to me by 3Iem..
(IradUmt Accounat. or inl anty other way,
are requ: sted to pay the sotime at once.
D). MO0WE It
No. 42 .17-t f
LAND FOR SALE
I OFFER FOR SALE my Plantation in
Newberry County, S. G., containing
Nine Hundred and more Acres.
There is on the place Six hundred Acres
good arable land, one hundred acres of
which is fresh cleared land, and balance. in I
timnber-most of it origit.al forest. The im
nrovements are good-coneisting of large
Dwelling House, comfortable frame Cot
tages for laborers, Gin House and Iress,
B.rn, &c. This plantation lies in four
miles of the Court llouse, and one "r.ile
from the Greenville and Columbia RJailroad,
is situated in a pleasant It -ilthborhod and
is convenient to Churcbes, Mill=, &c.
Parties wishing to buy good land would
do well to give this place an exatattlon
before purchasing else.wl,hre.
I will ttlso sell with the place my entire
stock of Mules, Horses, C.ittle. Farming
Inplements, &c., w hich may be found on a
well managlel farm.
TtEMs OF SALE-One third C.ah, and the
balance on one, two and three y'ears credit,
secured by mortgage of premi-es. The pur
cha-cr to pay for stanp" and papers.
Addre+s N. B. DAVENPORT,
Ncwberry C. H , S. C.
Nov. 23, 47-tf.
Fire Wood For Sale.
T11E undersigned proposes to sell W OO)
to the citizens of the Town of Newberry,
which is of excellent quality for fuel, con
sisting of Oak. Hickory, Ash, &c. Those
desiring Wood may leave their orders with
Messrs. Wright & Coppock.
ALEX. C. WELCH.
Nov. 23, 47-3t.
Sale of Valuable Lands.
BY virtue of a power of Attorney from
WILLIAM %. GRIFFIN, I offer FOR SALE
In Newberry County, f. C., formerly known
as the "Atkinson 'lace," containing
Five Hundred and Sixteen
Acres, more or less,
And bounded by land- of John Hopkins
Williams, Thos. A. Floyd, A. K. Tribble,
and others--lying on the waters of Little
River. This pl.antration is not surpassed for
fertility and for the production of cotton,
corn and wheat,y any lands in this section
of the State. It has a comfortable cottage,
(nearly new,) ample accommodation ser
vants houses, a gin house, a screw, stables,
and there are three spritgs of excellent wa
ter on the place. Parties desiring to ptlr
cha# m.- well gite this plantation an cx.
amination before purchasing elsewhere. It
will be ifTred at private sale until Sales
dhiy In Decembter next, ai which timte it till
be sold at public outcry to the highrest biu
TErs OF SAr.E -Half Cash, and the hal
ance on tuelve months credit. secured by a
mrortgage of the pretmives. The purchas r
to pay for stamps and papers. Or all cash it
prefes red by purch t.er.
Y. J. POPE, Attorney.
Nov. 't; 45--4tutsd.
SALE--Y EXE JTOR,
Tuesday, 13th Dee., 1870.
BY permission of the Probate Court, for
Newberrv, I will SELL, on Tuesday, 13th
dAy of Decembter nxt, at the late resilne.
of Mt SFS ANDERStIN, deceased, the- REA L
and PI''ONAL ESiTATE of a.aid deceat.ed,
A TRACT OF LAND,
situtated in Newberry County, on Little
On;e Hlundred and Party Acres,
Mwre cor less, and( houtnded by lanids of*
W.hington Fluid. Mfargaret S. Gliog,
II. R. Mlangom i and Carv Johtnson.
MuIsS, CattIe, Hig, Shecep.
(tton, Corn, Whcat. Oats.
I ousehold and Kitcen Fur
niture, &c., &c.
MARUi N J. YOUJNG,
Nov. I16, 46-:t E. or.
APD)UT ' miles. East of Newberry C. H.,
ott the head wate'rs of Cannon G,reek.
Iotnnded by lar:ds of Mrs. E. Gallutan,
IIenry Hlalltaere, Dr. Norris, and others, con
24.6 Acres, More or
On which -s some as good bottom lands as
are to be foutnd in the Counry, also, a coM
siderable guantity of very 1HOI 'E COT.
TON LAND1S. Any one wvishinig to examt
ie the place will please calj otn Mr. J. J.
(alhtt:tn, who will take p,leasture ini showing
the place, ai in giving any intformattiont
If not sold prlor~ to Sal.s day in Decem
ber next, it will ho put tip to~ the h,ighest
bidd.r, Arty otte wvishtin g a No. 1 place
wil find it to their advantage to catll on' mei
immrediately at Newherry C. H. Terms
easy. J. B. FE LLEIRS.
Nov. 16, 46-3t.
Eelena L-'ts for Sale.
I WVILL SELL to the highesL hidder ott
the FIRST MONDAY iN DECE'.BER
NEXT, two Houses and Lots, situated in
the village of Helena. One of said lots con
taitns onte acre, and is hounded by landis of
J. D. UfI.t, the Longerier !ot, JTosepht Davis,
andl by a street The other lot also cotn.
taitns about ant Ace ntid is botinded by
lntds of Daniel Jotts, Thos. Y. Lake, th'e
lot upon which Mr. Seigler now lives and is
divided from the first mentioned lot by a
Terms made known on the day of sa!e.
These lots mtay be treated for at private
sale until the day. Persons wishing tol
prchase will please call on Mr. John Wil.
liants, who resides upon one of the lots, and
nill taike pleas~ure in showing the same.
Nov. 9, 45--4t. J. B. EDW A RDS.
I will rent to the bighest bidder on Sale
D.iy in D)eceruber next,
Tracts Nos. 2 and 3
f the Re al E<tate of .James 3M. Scnn, de,
ceaed. for the year 1871. I'osession to beI
givett on the 2-5:hi day of Deccember next,
with thte privilege of ctting fire-wood aind
all otiler ttmber for neces-ary repairs of the
'lutation. The rent to be paid in ca'lh in
adatne". W . G. ABRA31s.
DESIRA BLE Real Esiate on the public
square. No) better investmentt itt the town.
If ntot disposed of at privato sale will be
sol pbie!y on aday in Decenmber.
Nov 9,454t.M.F. NANCE, Ag't,
.FIVE or six persons can obtain BOARD,
with or aithouit LODGING-day boarders
preferred ho wever--on mioderate terms, bi
aplmtg at once to
No.i R l'-:. R0OB'T STEWART.
Druggists & Apothecaries,
Dr. Jas. McIntosh,
gE-At the Old Stand Opposite tle
lave on baud and are constantly recefi4it a
full supply of all articles in their line.
goittt and 4anrg irfids,
Nair,Tooth & Nail Brushes,
S E GrA H S
RIT 5Vels & blo QS"
For Medi!inal Use.
For !ale Low for Cash, by
MOTTE & TARaINI.
Nov 1, 1870-6m.
D. LANDRETH & SON
Just received and for sald
at NOTTE & TARRANT'S
Nov 16 4 Drug Store:
HAVING sold my stock of Irifks. ej=
dines, &c., to Messrs. NOTTE & TARRANTf
I take pleasure in fet:rmmendi'g them td
my former c7stomers and the public gene
rally. And thafikful for the liberal-patro=
age heretofore bestowed upon myself, s
licit a continuance of the same for my sues
cessors. JAMES McNTOSH.
Drugs & MVedicinei.
THE Subscribers hating purchased the
stock of D)rug~s Medicities, Ace of tin
.JAilE~S MeiNt08S1, beg leave to cail en
their friend- and the patrons of the old @s
tablishment, for a conGnnance of their fa-.
vor anid pat ronage to the new, and are de
terumined that there shall be no want of
tNre and attention on their part to s~eeura
the customt and good wishes el the puabli
They wiI endaeavor to keep supplied r
the puret articles in their line, and t'
irinds may rely on orders and prescrip
h--itg filled w it h pre-mpt ne<s and the. it
,-arP. MIOTTE & TARRA
J1. WA RD MoTTvE. ut P. TAt
Al! persons in.debted to me by sto
count will find the samte in the hands
II. P. Tnrrant for collection, and are~
'uns.ed to cnll and settle the same at om
Not 1 41 tf JA MES MINTOSH
20 Tons ETIW AN, No. 1.
100 Torns ETIWA N, No, 2,
20 Tous PHm~NIX,
20 Tons WILCOX, GIBBES &
NOW in store and FOR SALE at
Manufacturer's Prieea, with freigh$,
drayage and storage added.
G. T. SCOTT.
Oct. 26, 43--tf.
I OFFER my entire stock of
For 30 days, and many other goods as e
dluced prics for iCash. Ladies and gentle,
men are all invited to give me a call and~
get cheap bargains. Store in rear of the
Sings Bank, opposite J. B. Ssith, N.w,
berry, S. C.
J. J. AMICK.
Nov. 9, 45-1m.
DEAI.ER IN AT.L KIDs O1
G-ROC ER IE s,
SEGAES, TOBACCO, PIPES,
1ORETGNi AND DOXr.sTIC
WINES, LIQUORS, ALES, ETC.
In the rear an Oyster Saloon Is nicely ited
and refreshents can at all times be ba.:
at. 12. 41--3m.
GOLUMBIA, S. C.
BOO T S, S8H10 E S
Hats, Caps, etc.
In consequence of the scarcity of moacy
and the iow price of cotton, I h.ave reduced
the prices of my stock of BOOTS, SHOES,
fIATS, C Al$, T RUNKS, BA GS and UM,
BRELL JAS, to correspond with the times.
oct 16 emt J. MEIGHIAN.
A LL persons having claims against the
Estate of MOSES ANDEjRSON, dectased,
are notified to present thteir dema;ndls, props
erly attested, at onco, anti those whto are
indebted to said E-te are required to us.ko
MARTIN J. Y(UNi.