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dadnesday, January 10, 1871
Ageats Wated for the L-e Memorial Volume.
The University Publishing Company
are arpious to secure . the services of
- agents for the sale of this attractive vol
ume.. Old Confederate soldiers, teach
- er,'Tadis and others, will do a good
worc-i ra gnod: cause by taking this
matUMr in hltnd.
Apply..to. University Publishing Com
pany No. 4 Bond-st., New York.
The Rev. W. W. Hies.
Bro. Rude of the Lutheran Visitor,
published at Columbia, says that the
Rev. W. W. Hicks has been dismissed
frou,%ie Evangelical Lutheran Synod to
the lethodi"t Episcopal Church, South.
Lest th:re he some doubt as to awhat
portion of the Ciurch South the Rev
Dr. has been turned over to, we state
that it is the Ge'orgia Conference, and
not that of South Carolina.
tl _.CarOliaa Agricultural and Nechani:al
From an advertisement elsewhere it
will be noticed that the Stockholders of
the Joint Siock Company and members
of ethtre Society are requested to
to nday the 8th of-February, at
. 7 o'clock, p. us., in Columbia. It is high
ly importan that the meeting be largely
attended, an we urge apon - the mem
bers generally to bear the same in mind.
The industrial interests of the State
ahould occupy a large portion of the pub
The Equitable Life Insurance Society.
We a-k attention to an article T ub
lished by rtquest of the agent of this
rcallp wo thy instit rtion. The Equita
ble is beyond paradventure safe, and its
treatment of its Southern policy-holders
after the war commended it at once to
the Southern people. It now has in its
list of assured among the most promi
nent and cautious of the Southern peo
i.le, and not the least flattering testimony
:o its-worth as a benevolent institution
is tte'ac1on of the Directors-of the Life
As+-cati:a of the South, recited in the
article published elsewhere.
Thrown of the Ha-rne.
The Carolina Spartan of last week eon
tain*ge valedictory of E. H. Bob", Esq.,
whb'6some time has wielded the pin sm
aceptably to its numerous readers. In
the reorwi nt f .Mr. Bobo. Ahe press
loses an honorable and efficient menmber
ftoi its ranks. May his future career
be .marked with as great success as the
shart hhtory made since hi connection
,rith the ve-terin Spartan, to which also
1re wish all the good that can possibly
- B3'B;'Uil-Esq, the- sprightly editor
of the Laurensville Herald, also throws
off the eitcrteljiarness, giving a short
,ialedictury to the readers of that paper
in the last issue. Our kindest wi>hes
also follow him in his future mieanderings.
' :. An Ugly Chapter.
The Columbia Phoenix chronicles the
killing'of Mr. A. F. Dubard, an old and
Jighlj respected citizen of that district.
*He' sahot .and, killed oni the publbe
biggwy.,, on'.-Thursday .afternoon la>t.
The incentive to the murder was money.
No clue to ascertain who as the perpe
raffr;teieret thait marks of flait feet
were found near the body.
~AitMn-y Jdh'nston, colored Trial Jus
ticf..pa'ranburg County, was shot
anjg ed by. utknown parties near his
hoUBWonthe-29th ult. It was a brutal
Jaboe6 latonett, a color-ed man, says
tIa5*dme paper, the Spartan, was shoet
witfar'ifieli rifle and killed, by liar
ry Jackson, also colored, on the same
Thhelseenville Enterprise says that
Allaek Coz' received a death wound at
the hand of Amos Hudgenas, both col
ored. The weapon used u-as a pistol.
The killing occurred at a wedding, at
which there was whi.Nkey.
'An affray occurred. i.n the neighbor.
1iokof L$,an Church., says the A b
bee:lle P:esa, in-which Galhnun Hanmb
ii utr--tahNipf' b .his 'oylel brother
LAEfEtteH aEli <iE: wound is a
dangerous one-, hot: hopes-are etntertained
tbua the wounded man will recover.
Tiig EIgetitld Advertiser says:
O:Wdnesday, the 21st uIt.. the
dweRi'igof \Mrs. IRober tRTonho, a~ lady
living in the neigh'norhood of Kirksey's
X B.iads 'was hurned to the ground, with
frnittee, provi.sions, and everything in
factwlIiah it c-ont:ainedl. Loss estimated
at $1.2010. No insurance. And on Mon
d&v night lest, we re.gret to state, the
deiig; kitchen and smoke-hou'se of
Artemus Hl.son, Esq, were entir-ely
-ae *ea ' ~ -M.llson was not insured,
aushindeoss is-saidI to not less than $'),
The Lnsit' Herald says .
The gin house of Dr. J.ohn A. Barkes
dilfe, with about seven bales of cotton,
anrlag amount of cotton, st-ed, was
burnt ou the afternoon of Wednesday
last. The fire occurred while the gin
was runinigg, and is supposed to haive
been..autsed by a match accidentally
dropped in the cotton, or placed there
by an incendiary.
Kentuckv has in its Legislature a
Bright, a Blue :and a Bunch, a Hind
man and a Hlolemcan, a Lowe and a
Lyrtle, a Wealfe and a Fox, a Quick and a
Payne, a Gra.s and a .Jombs, a iamnond
and a Silvertooth, a D)uke and a Pope,
and a Riddle to find out.
South Carolina has in her Legi-ature
a Burrough-. a Barber, two GJreens, a
Nash, a t)wens, a Rainey, a Rose, a
Smnalls, a Darker, a Hurley, a Smart, a
Crews, a Moses, and a Yokum and
Whipper to help make up the team.
THE LADY's FRIEND, pubili-hed i- Dea
con & Prtersdn, is a mangaezine which every
lady reader of the 1Ierald ou.rht to be a sub
scriber to. The .January cor New Year num
ber surpasses anythzing this elesrant monrhiy
has hitheerto accompli-hed. We regret not
havin: tspace to eunumrate theC strik inzly
heatutiful features.CC or i<a p;articub:ir number,
aind adv-i-e ouir readers to sub,e-ribe at once,
anli '.cu.e a rre.:tt for iweve monthsc. Club
1,.-d with :ihe Hierald, the price .br both is
Completion of the Mont Ccuis Tunre.
The g:eatest achiceement of the age,
the completion of the Mont Ce.iis Tm11
tie], by which the Alps have been pierced
through froeti France to Italy is an
:nounced. It was a prodigious work and
occupied twelve years of con:inuous la
bor, tight and day, Sundays not excepted.
The whole d:tance bored was 7 4 5
miles,:4 being bored from the Italian
side, and from the French about 3, at
which points, in the bowels of the tun
nel, with more than a mile of Alps tow
cring abt,ve their head;, the workmnen
miet to t"f--r congratulation: after so great
a wo: k. The first Napoleon constructed
a road through the pass of Mont Genis,
at an elevation of 5400 feet above the
level of the country, thirty miles long
anns eighteen feet wide, at a cost of 7,
000,000 francs. The present undertak
ing cost-the lives of about 1,000 rmen,
killed at difTerent stages of the work
through accidental explosions and other
wise, and 170,006,000 francs. T .e work
men were divided into three reliefs, eight
hours being given to labor and sixteen
to rest. The height of the arch is 21
f -et 7 inches, and the wilth in the broad
est part 26 feet :1 inches. The comple
tion of the tnnnel has been achieved
three or four tuonrths sooner than wti
anticipated, and it will now require
about six months more to complete the
railroad whieb is to thread it and make
the journey from France to Italy.
The work was begun in 1857. At
first the ordinary hand.drill was used to
pierce the rock, and the solid masses
were bla,ted out with powder. This
method of operation, which was kept up
on the Italian side until 1861. and on the
French side until 1S63. would have re
quired upward of fifty years for the com
pletion of the work. Accordingly it
behooved the prijt"ct?rs to hetlitk theem
of some more expeditious method of pro.
ceedig. - Tne use of steam was out of
the question, and thre attention of the
Italian engi:rcers was therefore turned
to a device for using compressed air as
the motive power. This matter present
ed no very great difficulty in its general
principles but a great deal of experinen
ting was trecessary before it cauld b:
put into successful practice.
A maclhine was finally invented and
put into operation which could stand ont.
side by one of the streams that came
down from the mountains, and, with its
aid, force the air through long tubes to
the drilling.apparatus. This latter is a
machine which works in a galley nine
feet square, and carries a large ntnber
of perforators, each of which bores a sep
arate hole in the rock. By the corn
pressing uachine, the air is forced into a
re'ervoir, and thence it passes through
flexible pipes to the ci linders containing
the drills of the perforating machiins.
By the opening of a valve, each drill is
forced against the face of the rork with a
force of about 2v0 pounds, turned slight
lc, and withdrawn. Two hundred of
these blows are given every minute with
each drill; and, when holes of tire re
quired depth Lave been bored, the air is.
turned orT, and the miachinte witidrawn a
short di,tance. The holes are boa ed ir
such a way as to converge slighttly to
wards each other, so that every blast wil;
bring'dowrn a contsiderable mas.: of roc-k.
A t first powder was used in tire blasting.
buat there were many obvious objections
to this. .As soon as arty conasiderable
progress had been made, arnd subse
quenrtly, gun Cotton was- tried. Tis
was afterward displaced by the use of
nitro glycerine. The rate of progres.,
has varied, of course, with the hran drrew
of the roek, anid hras been from one and nx
half to three feet per day. Amornng tihe
incidentalh appliances emnployed by tihe
workmen. are a gas-hortse, muiriatuare
water-works, and tmaciniery for supjply
ing their own lungs aih air as well as
thnse of the perforating machritery.
Thums the three essenrtials of comifortable
life-light, air antd water, are received
from the outer world by machinery.
Tae Troable in Union.
Tt will be remembruered by our readers
tat tire daily papers gave a statemrent
of tihe recent trouble in Union County,
in which a whirte man bty namne of
Stevens was brutally murdered Ott tih.
highway by a party of n-gro mtilitia.
Stevens was driving a cart int which was
whskey, an.d tis party of ruffiatns way
laying him demanded some of the article.
A bottle was given them, and after drink
itg it they dlemuanded mnore. Mr. Stevens
refused, stating that it was not ihis
property, upon which a volley wa
fired, killing him instanrtly, suspicion
fdlinig tupon certam: parties a warrant wvas
issued for their arrest, in tire execution
of which, tire officer in cotmmand', Mr.
Sith, was w motded. The party in tire
house opening fire on those .-utside, wvhich
was immttediately returned. Tire men itt
the hrouse- were surbsequenrtly arrested.
The Phonixd gives later accounts, and
P:assenger; report to us a renewal or
cntintatiorn ('f thc ttrfoirtutet state of
affairs in Union. It apipears that on
Sn:day last, Carptarin Ale.ek Waiker, thre
coloredi captain of mti:it i:, applied to the
parties whoi had charge of the guins be.
loging to tihe nmibia, but hris demand
was refused, anrd he was subsequnently
arresteud - as stated itt Wednesdav's
Pentix--chtarged with the killinrg of Mr.
Mat. Stevens. Fifteen of iris miilitia were
als'arrested. Ont Wednresday eveniinz.
a party oif unknown horsemen went to
tre Sherill and peremptorily demranded
te keys of threj ili ; they were givent rrp,
ad they proceedied to the jai! nind Looik
chare of five prisonters-Captaini A.
Walker, Chrarner hlerndlon, Jone Van
LeW, Atndy Thrrnpsorn antd Sylvanrus
Wr ighrt. The next tmonrnintg, tire bodi-es
of Walker and Ilertndon wer discovered
ithie road ;andI it was afterwards f'utnd
ou itatTomrpson and' Wright were
badly wuondled. We are furthter in
formed that Mr. Smrith, (the acting deplu
t ) whto was wouunded Otn Sunday last,
died ont Thursday t.ighnt. 'l he teachings
of bad mtetn are bringing forth terrible
At Blountsrille, Ala., Lenis Ketchrum,
wo disembdowelled Burgess, was taken
fromo the j:ail by disguised men anid kill.
Two hotel drntmmers got into a rtw
about the tmerits of their respective
houses, it whicha one of them was seri
Arn ex S'iuthrernt slave in Angusta, Me..
it a ditficulty wih a white nmant, receiv
ed a bilow frm a atick whuih instantly
Tine tegri,latu,re i-< diseassing the matter of
mrrge anid divorce, with a view to thre
parssngt Of's iiorce htw.
Conr.,s- re-ass:mh-dn Jan. 4, with
Several new, large and handsome locomo
tives have reuched the G. & C. It R. from
the North. Two of them bear the names
Gov. R. K. Scott, and Col. James L. Orr.
Mr. Fretwell, tobacconist, of Virginia, now
in town, will accept our thanks for samples
of the weed. One of his brands of which we
believe Dr. Fant is the agent, is a choice ar- !
tiele, every plug of which is neatly wrapped
in paper to secure it again.it drying. Tub::c,
co chewers will take notice.
Rev. W. S. Bowman. of Charleston, will
preach in the I.uthernn Church next Sunday
monrning. at which time lev. H. S. Wingard
will be i:stal!ed as I'asto r pf the Church acco:d
ing to the form in the l',uk of Worship.
Divine $ervice nmay be expeted at st. L,uke's
next S..bbuth. by Itev. Mr. Miles. as-is:ed by
Rev. Mr. l>uBter. uf-AbLteviIle. 1.e S..cratuent
will be administered.
FaEIGRT Ilcv OFF.-The down freight
on the G. & C Railroad made two run offs
on Monday last between Frog Level and
Pomaria. Seven cars we learn were off, but
no one hurt. The mail was detained until
toward, night, and even then was not distri
buted for the rea<on that the bag containing i
it had been fitted with a new lock, the key for
which had been left behind in Columbia.
WA\ao FrnTLIZER REDCCED.-Atten
tion is called to the adverti=emcnt of Messrs.
Wm. C. Duke, & Co., of Charleston, from
which it will be seen that the price of the
Wando is greatly reduced. This Fertiiizer
needs no recommendation from us. the plant
ers all know its merits. All that we *need
say is, lay in your supplies early, and apply
to Moorman & Maybin, who are the agents
S.tys the Reading Times: Let the young
rem-.mber that to be successful there must
be trutbfu'ness upon all points, sobriety at
all times, and never flagging industry. These,
with strict honesty will insure success with
out the probability of failure; for in this
widely ex:ended country of ours no m:an
need he without *he means of obtaining
wealth, if that be his desire; distinction, if
such be his thoughts; or, what is far better
than all, a happy home.
3Asotrc.-The following o?cers have been
duty istalled to serve Amity Lodge, No. S7,
A. F. 3t., during the present Masonic year:
Bro. .lohn () Peoples. W. M.: Iro. N. Bt. Ma
zyck. S. W.; 1Bro. Jef. E. lrown, J. W.; Bro.
Wim. T. Tarrant, T.: Bro. T. S.. 3oorman, S.;
Bro. G. M. Girardeau, S. D.; Bro. H. P. Tar
rant. J. D.; Bros. Peter Rodlesporger and J. F.
G-nn, Stewards; Bro. W. C. Johnson, T.
The followit;g are the offeers of Signet Chap
ter. No. 18, i. A. M.. iastalied for the present
(omp. Wm. G. Mayes, 3M. E. H. P.; Comp.
Peter Itodlesperger, King; Comp. R. 11. Crene
ker, Scribe; Comp. John u. Peoples, C. of II.:
Comp. W. II. Wiscman. P. S.: Comp. G. 31.
Girardcau. It. A. C.; Comp. James McIntosh,
G 3M. 3.1 V.; Comp. A. G. llaybin. G M. 2d V.;
(4.mp. Albert Lucas. G. 31. 1st V.: (onp. it. S.
Chick;Trea-surer; Comp. X. B. 31azyck, Sec'y ;
Comp. W. C. Joh:.son, Set.ti::el.
SvRASaz ttr TRU1'. -Strange and mysterious
things happen in this life, and so frequent are
they as only to excite a passiu exclamation. In
proof, let us sk how many of our readers re
member a certain beef transaesiun alluded to
somse tima sis:ce, in which a good citizen con
tract ing for share anil share of choice as well as
iudifearenttoes.t, continued-a-ll- the while to re
ceive the sorriest partsg and has ever.s.nce endea
voved to.oond'tct him-elf in accordance with the
precept "do nuto others,"-antil one- of his ac
'quaintances ia attempting in Ihis usunl frivolous
manner. which he iuherited from his f4thers,
and by the.w.ay .the wl.ole famIly were likew fse
aidicted, andifrom that tinme to the present.
which covers a period of several months if not
yearm. has-invariasb.y followed the strange cusom
which in any other country and under any other
gorernameut thaa the best the sun ever t-hone up
,n, would entitle him and his po,terity to rank
with many .who have gne be fore, sod- for which .
notwithsaring the adlvice of numerous friends3,
naddear relativee, 1:e hascontind to pracetice:
with a wilfu!ness absolutely startling, and which
is calculated to excite wo'nder and aw-e. that ins
this nineteenth century men are foundc so devoid
of reason and c-msideration not only for commu
nities but for tl:eir own families, who are depen
dent upon them for support. We would not have
alluded tothis me'auoholy affair. but that it is
our duffas. journalists to make an expose of ali
things as they happen, anad we sincerely trust
that the rnoralivhich lies at the bottom may be
producti-.e of iasting good to all those who are
like-minded, and persist, to the detriment of
their .eighsbors, in laursuitg thc same course.
ELEG.AIT CaTALG UE.-We have receiied
from the house of Evert E. Be.dford, succes
ser to Win. S. Corwin & Co'., 275 Kiusg-st.,
Cha4r:eton, S. C., a htandsome catalogue of
merchandize, which seems to include every
thing staple and fancy, and both dry and
wet. This house imports and deals heavily
in foreIgn goods and famisly groceries. Anid
the catalogue before us Is very serviceable
to factors, families, hotels and the trade.
Itn this imsperial :array of choice goods for
the larder, the cuisine and the cellar, we no
tice Atmnore's mince meat, ready for use-a
very superior article for pies; Brazili.an C-as
sava, granulated by an original process, a
delightful food, whose hygienic qnalities
commend it to those of weak digestion; (Gela
tines-very pure; Scotch oaitmneal, split peas,
white beans ; fasritnneeeou< food, such as
Rachout des Arabes, groats, &c ; Deargrass
and WVestphalia's; G;ermnan Bolognas: Yar
mnouth bloaters and llalibust fins; smnokedl
tongue, sweet herbs, S:ilton, Sap Sago and
Eidanm cheeses; I)eviied meats, paties,mnsh
rooms ,hermetically sealed fruits, ve-getab les,
meats andi fl,h; condensed milk, extract of
heef, &c ; wins-s and lignters, of old vintage;
Genuine Mocha, Governient Java and Se
lected Rio Coffees, and Teas of exquisite fla,
vor. The Teas sold by this house,as constant
ly received fresh frosm the Moyune Districts
of China, are, both green and black, the
choicest crops of new seasons.
Purs-hasers by the quantity.or package,are
supplied at wholesale prices.
No charge for delivertng goods to railroad
depots- Sixty days granted on city accept
tace, without interest. All orders to secure
prompt shipmnent shouald b)e alccompanieCd
with the cash, or post-ofilce ordIer, unless by
special agreement otherw ise.
Wro1 18 -rO Utts.-Thse importance of
the town of Ncwbcrny as a commercial cen
tre, a plac where miuch baciness is done,
and where letters are received and have to
oc answered, seems to lbe ignored alsogether
by the Postofilee departmnat. For two
months or more the Citizens of this county
and town bave been put to no little incon
venienc, in not being ah!e to stupply them
selves wvith stamps at the post Offieet- in all
that time not a letter stamp ha:s beeu far
nished by the departmnent, and why ? he
cause, says the acting P. M., the department
refuses to send th:em to this offiLe until a rer
ular post master is appointed. In the name
of reason, if the offiee is open at all why can-.
not the acting postmaster be entrusted with
the sale of a few stamps. A money order
department has been op)ened, with all the re
sponsibi!ities of which he is .attachced, and
besidles unsdr the ancient regime he wosrths
i'y fil'e-1 the w-hole piosition, aceeptah!y anyd
hon)orably, and yet we can'thave any stamps?
The reas->n is no: that there is any dis:rust,
high quarters or the treason and violence ex%
isting in the up-country of South Carolina
would render the introduction of stamps a
hazsrd, surely not. The people here won't
raid on them, but are willing to pay the
price. The only reason we can assign is that
somebody has told the postmastei-get.e. al
not to serd ui any of those little op., two
and three cent nuisances for a certain time,
to gratify a private p:que, and we alno-t be
lieve that individual to be the inevitable Jo
seph. In memory of the good old days, Mr.
Post Master General, in the hope - that we
will be better people in the future, that wce
will give up Ku-Kluxing, wout get up an
otl:er war, aiud at the next election will let
the negro vote as oft:en and at as many
phace- a< may he set down in the radical
decaligue, send us some stamps, and. setid
them right away. lundreds of p. ople are
now ttiTering all the laaige of Lipes detirtrri
for the want of snit:ps. To relieve them,
tetdr maidens in the first love, old med il
bacon speculations, -&e., send as stinps.
ScRAPs -The weather Is still Intensely cold,
and ice formed curing the co!d Saturday preced
in.- Christmas is still to be seen.
Ilark from the tombs a doletful sound! was the
exclamatiou after hearing the lecture on Chris.t
tas night ot the Catacombs. It was a doleful
A man with an enlarged capacity took abaitof
oysters at Durham l.ovelace's stdre the other da y
amounting to four pounds. and topped tha mess
with a box of sardines. .1i tw is that for high,
Are we never going to have stamps any more
at the post o1f!ce'?
.1ave the courage to wear your old clothes.n
til you can pay for new ones. And be sure nev
er leave town till you pay fur your subscription
to the ,ewberry EHetiald.
Our paper is put to press on Tuesday at 1
o'clock, but advertisers forget this and bting in
their notices. just beforc that hour, when they
could have brought them on :Monday as wel!.
We-try to work up to time and have a systen'
and grow cross-eyed when our patrons through
carelessness pui us to_inconvenietice.
The information is gratuitously conveyed
to us that we arc to be "Licked," any d4y be
tween this and two years, if that let:gth of
time be necessary. This is unpleasant, and
we beg the pugnacious individu4i to put off
the evil day as long as possible, and in the
mean:ime practice the licking of po tnge
stamps. from which no danger will accrue.
They met, twas in a crowd-and a portion
of sli:t afterwards befell, we tell, in two
short vcrtes. Who they are it matters not :
"llis heart when he saw her, kept':iding
And his eye, meeting hers. beg:n winking
While she iu her turn, fell to thihking and
I'In sec:et he wanted to speak, and he spoke,
To seek with his lips what his heart 5iad
So he manarged to let the truth leak, :nd it
More anon. ..
Io! For Ocone S. C.
blessrs. GRENESKF[R: - -
Will you ha.e a word from the Up-country,
where the fifteentit amedient rules not to
every heck andl call of the Ring? This county
is destined to be the place, especially to those
who love peace and quietude, and'more, it i,
the place for the faimer; he who tiils the soil
ivill ccriainly -o better here.thani in the
middl and lower conties. i'for tho
who desire healdtli,.are~ besidthK selves to
I remember when I left Ne'wherry, that my
friends predicted that Iiw.snd soor-itaid:
my nativity ;. s much.as [tilie lay: faioad,
let me assure them, thas,:1.li. at& gtt
ittention of.. ro:grnin~g. For rea,ons. I wa
tlinking of selling, but mny.famil.y s41 .they
could not cousenit, ness,'I woul.fjirofirile
not- to-go bnck to N
I h are been successful in farming, St-let
the public Jntdg, f'rfi -2 ZeN'rtina 1
bles of cotton,save 300 lbs seed cotton,and on
the place ma:de betwveen 500 and 6200 hushel
of curn, M1y wheat turned out 7 bus$aels ge:
are. .- . .. .e
This county has nowv been my home for tw~
years and not a jdhysiei.i lat fanuily frr
Itnducemnents are hell by land owners, lan-i
I< (he Ip ;and m.>re "litbr here,- relatively 4c
the entliyataible land than in thie.oworct4n
ties, anid that labor mo.e reli.able.
The Air Line 11. It will run through thi.
county, and now is the timd~ for't'hosi dtt
wish to reap tihe best ef a new atnd go]
country. -J. Hrr'Aur-SL1aGf
W.Art NEws -~lThe French cauce seems to
improve with the initnsity of the strugnti.
(;u, Trochun is evidJently the ma,ter-spir;t ofi
the French. lie has a tmnd -and a hieart
which take him ubo'e the fierce and appiall
ing trials of the li-mr, and lie work< otn with
a steady. quiet persistence at* the herculeani
task ot brinzintg order a'itd peace out of con
fsion and war Troehu his evinced thu
types of greattncss, and his will be a proud
The accounts which re:ach uq of the terrible
freezing to death of ear.-loads and carriatges
of woutwied ssiers is a deep and thtrilling
traedly, :tnl cries out in bloody tears agaidat
THE A LDINE, a copy of which we have
just received, is decidedly the hanidromest
mon'hly paper we have ever seen. Its LVf
pographiical betuty in ink, paper ann--type
catnot lbe excelled, in short it is a marvel. r'
excellence. Its pictorial illustrations :)nd
literary conitents rantk it far athta'd of .any..
thinton our teh-ingc list, and we nummber
on thiat many britzht g'ems. TIhe A'dine i<
pnhised b)y .lames Sutton &~ Co. "3 L iberty
St . Nov York, at the execeding low% price
of 42,5'0 per year. or five copies for SS73r.
*IThe pubbhshers tffer ah-o to those who in:cr,
est themwidves. in ecxtending its circula tion
coty and beautiful prem umn. Send for ai
cirenar orecall aind see one at this office.
The. vigoroits andi acceptabl.e .matinement
of the AMEtntCAN GROCE~R is so highly tip
preciated by the harga and flouri.bin'g trade
it so) ably repre<ent's that its pubhlishers have
heeni compel le-l by the pressure upion its eu9i4
ums to aid eight more pages, making it
now one of the largest journals of its class
in thiS country. We do not see how atif
mechant itnterested in the Gracerv Trade ini
any of its departments can afford to he wit'h.
out its wee-kly visite. It is published by .Tohn
lary & Co., 161 William Street, New York,
at Three Dollars per annum.
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1871. It is publi-hed every other Saturday
at (tie doih>r petr year, andi every yearly sub
scriber receive~s a< a premnium. ta copy of thet
beautiful .Steel Entgraiving, " Morher's Pet.'
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streer, Chicago, Ill.
THE SoUTHERN FCECr.ECr, puablished hy
Murdoch, BSrownie & 11il1, Baltimore, is re,
ceived for J:inuary. Now is a good time to
subsrihe. The present number conitainis at
iiter'ting set ies oft tribtch. to* - en . Le
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Parents c:innot please their little ones better
t:n by furnl.;bing them withi a copy of this
very interesting 7ttper.
Petercon'< Laies'-.1 Magzine is alr-d y on
for Febiruare. It is a super) tnmb er. Wi
vic outr isly re-n-J-r. to suhertie fi r it al
o9.. , -' I . . Ierald and Pr er en
- MARRI ED,
On the 5 h int., by l.ev. E. P. McClintock,
Mr. ALDERr GiBsON to Miss lIETTiE,
d.tughier.of .ios. Ca!dwell. All of Newberry.
As-ocite Reformed Pre_hyterian plea-e
D t) at his residence in Laurens District,
on the 7th of Decen.b.r last, after an illne-s
of on'y 24 hdurs, JotiN N. FLOYD, in the
33rd year of his arc. With more than usual
sorrow I make the above announcement,
and offer a tribute to his memory.
Death. at all tims., and under every cir
cum-runc anId condition of human life, is a
sad and mourutil event: ant i:s invasion in
a hott-choldl, even when its coming is an
1r unced by the wasting inroads of disease
for rear, bore it c.tres, canruot fail to re
miird ,urviving ft irnd- of the tenderness of
thc thr--ai tht : rhoids the, soul and body to
gether. i'tit ht;w nreh saddrer must he the
rt il-etiun ih it-n death lays its icy ingers up
(II ie it the hi.,oi of err!y mtanhtood, and
wh,, o"ly th,-d .y bef.re his deiise was in
the enj rymrent of apptrent h.alhh Howev
er, my thj -et is not to -u5,e-e,t thoughts for
the living, though the oe't-ion might be ap
propriate but to piy, iu hlumble words, a
titting ibute to the rmetuory of a departed
Mr. Floyd was reared in the lap of affir
ence and wialth, aid could the solicitude of
anxious frirnds and the praters of loving
hearts iave.stayed the hand of death, we
would not mourn his- absence now. The
p:ovidences of Goil are inscrutible, and it is
not for short-sighted man to cavil, but in
faith to bow with resignation.
Though a mere boy the subject of this no
tice, with eagerne,s and promptitude, re
sponded to the tirst call of his native State,
in the late sad nar. and continued a staunch
and f.tithfulAeemnier of the Confederate flag,
till :re cause for tt h.chr he fought was lost in
thc g'on of defet.
11is surviving comruds will bear faithful
evirience that his r.-curd ii the many hard
fought hatttes inVirginia and elsewhere, en
tit1c hint to the higihe.t prn:se as a soldier,
,tac1 proudly place; Iris uani in its appro
ptiure phnb npin the roil of bonor.
Aft r the c ose of the war, Mr. Floyd re
stimed the peaceful avec,tions of a farmer,
at'his quiet counrrj'rhome, in Laurens Dis,
tr cr, rrear the Newherry line, and by dint of
industry bad accumulated a large fortune;
and with his ample means, at all times re
sponded to the calls of his friends, with a
liberality but seldon manifested.
lie was remarkable riot only for his faith
fulness and fildeliry to l!d and long-cherished
associations and frieti,hips, but for his affat
ble, courteou and pileastnit disposition to
w r,ls ull widi .- bom lie was thrown in con
Jie was the picture of perfect, manly de
velopment. an,d crtainly no one gave prom
iss si f-iticriig, of a l,n; life as he; but,
sulittiy. wi.en Spiinis hritrht sun shone
e!e:tre-, an.1 fe:'s promises and hopes glows
ed hri;,htest, he w.i; iallet to hi- long home;
:cttvin:, a n iox.tl wiie and two little orphan
tSiVs to mo.irn hit tmn a;bcnice, together
-with a long list of devoted friends,
But upon his devoted wife the loss has
fallen heaviest She alone feels the great
nes, and irreparableness of the loss. IIer
so:-rtw is m >st poignant, and will linigerl ng
a"st, for, truly, she has it mother's part and a
faiter's too to act. But while her heart is
shaded with the funeral pall, may sire real
ize the beauty of, and mentally comprehenl
that ancient and holy promise, that there is
a .IIu;h:nd for the wido w, and a father for
the fatherless; and may the peaceful irflu
ence of that promise impart "the garment of
prai-e for the spirit of heaviue-s" in sorrow's
dark and chilly hour.
Much more migl:t properly be said in en
logy of tht dece:ts-l, but I forbear.
Truly "mvin came;h up like a flower, and
is cut dawn, he feeth, as it were, like ashad
ow. and never continneth in one stay."
Thr.e .rnuaints of Mr. Floyd now silently rest
in ilic family graveyard. surrounded by the
khidred dust of several generations past.
Our dearet friends are soonest taken
Our sweetest ties are quickest brok:n.
Who has not.la-ttr frieul that's dear?
Who-has not rlied the bitter tear? D. L.
The. X[X Cerntur.y, pulished ire
Chia test n, hae been purchrased by
.'.es,r t3 Liv-ingstont & Co., and% *il
hte lr.epcef>rth edlitsd '>y the printcip)al of
, .t-T-H E WEE S P[JEAS
nre' % hC soone:.t gone," but 'the great'lux,
.tirv-of h-ea!th. dernved from the use of SaM
TaERt IBrz. H t is ha>ting.
.P& Is$ts?rzeit r. -No family circle is com
plete withount a good .ingr, arnd hrow is that.urn
.A heliped. srays ,'rr. wiren rnt member of thre fain
i1y h.i tire iit There is n.ting easier. G,t
a t t.nce~C.t. the snore of .Me'srs. Chick & Chick,
ai.d pni:c!:ser ole ofi the new .jinger Family
LorK -an at thre lutrge additionas that Lova
,A cF. & WutEt.L.-:nc are j ist adding to their ali
ready immense sttuck of goods, and at surch
figures, that all will find it to their interest to
cull ini and ike a look before marking their
purcha.seselsewhere. Dec 14, 3>0-tf.
SPIPLES AND) BRO(WN
crors on th~e face, Eriprions, lil3tches,
S.-ritfruous lDisea.-, an.i all sores :niiintr
r:omt impitire bhooed, ire e reud by Dr l'ierce's
A:t. F.x'. or gobrlen MtedIctal Discorvery. As
ars Anti-dBtliious or liver medicine, arnd for
::ihituial coinstipationr of the bowels it works
wonderiu I cares. Soldl by druggists. l'am
lb:et n mtre aboeve Jiseases sent free. -Ad
dlrews Dre.' I. V. l'ierce, liuffalo, N. Y.
* Jan. 11, 2-1t .
& THERE A RE MANY
good natured fellows who h-ive paid the fors
feit of their lives, in not availing themselves
of a remedlial agen.t at the commencement-of
a slight ailment. "Only a cold," and "Only'
:u sour stomach," have dug marny a gra,e.
Do not negclect your health! Ttrke thie cce
hrate'd "'Old Carolitna Bitters"-they will
prove a founitain of renewed life.
Try Wineman's Crystalizeil Worm Candy
--none betier! Jan. 11, 2-it.
re. SUCCESSFUL SOUTH
ERN ENTEltlIE.-Of mrny new South
ern errterprise-s wihich hrave breen unrdertaken
sinice tire war, t n,n' hrave' met with greater or
more rdeserved suicce-ss thr in the tioir, sash
aint1 blind mnanuifactory oif 11r. P. P. Toale, in
C'harle,tron, S. C Bir h-:rdl wok, indo'mita'.
ble enrsury arid lib. ratl advertising. Mr. 'Torle
ha.S in tthree yeatrs orutstrippedl all competi
tirn and e'tarbli'hed a busiss wicuh would
dlo c:-cdhit to arty city in tire L'rrited States.
Jan:. 4, 1-1m.
wy-OUR YOUNG TOWNS.
man, Ira lI. Jlones, is the agent here for "Al'.
ien's Chemical Comr:pournd Soap?," :.nd will
fitrnish a 'righ t'' to make the satme to any
per4on for S1. He has zlhor>uzbly andI satis
f.ictorily - tested this compound and pro
rnoces it e-xcellent. It is sui-prisingly cheap.
r-imple, powerful, rapid, effleaceious and en
tiretly urririjttr:us to fabric-t. For S1.(O
enough of ibis coimpoumnd can he marde to
last an ordlinatrv fairei y onre yeair. The labor
attenrdirng thei oil mannter ofi wa-blng Is di
mriniihedr thre-forurths mire titne, and thre
cotheffen.ireredi behuitifully white andI clean.
Eciinomt', senseC and progress say "Try it.'
My" SPRE~AD TIIE TfRUTH.
Some metdical men insi-t that it ii und ignified to
tne e:iSe a re-medy. hrowev.er v r luable it may bc
Queer re-asoning rhi<. I is like sayinig that.
article wich the world nee-ds shouldt be hid in a
cornuer-thaet befi-tns andi biessints nmay be to
wide-ty dihfusedt-tha:it tiremeanrso~ef j-ritectinganed
restorin: healjth should be a close moreopoly.
arid not accee-ible tnt all. The auirumient is b-ad.
It is wore tthan thait: it is inhiumarn. Supipoee
II ii.,ti-r" Storn::ch ititter,-un abrsetute specimic
for dlyspepisia. billioust.ess arnd nerrvous debility
-had ret er be-en kntown beyotndu the repertoire
of rthe faculty, wha-t woruld have beenu thre coinse
quei-ce'? instead of cnring antd invigoratingt
milhons. the goiod effects of the preparation
wou!d hauve be-rn confi- edl to a conmparartive few.
Thtere is the hinihest authority rar say,iog. that
light.hloulId not be- bitt unite-r a bushel; that
whate-ver.isi i cellernt shtould be prlaced as a city
on a hili. whtere' all men cant t:.kie cognizane of
it. It i- upiin this prirncipele that true isitters have
bieern iadvertised ui, conrtintue to be advertised
ineeynesae of nnty prom interce ine the
weefrn e rsphre,andthat the spotauneous
te-titmontiials in its farvor have been ti-rnstated in
tot alt written languagtes. tie untanids enijoy per
feect health today who wou'!d he languicihing on
beds oif-ickmness mfthue rnewspapilern tadl tat spread
the truth with regard to tism unequaled irivigo
rant andi correctwve far arid wtde. .'u.ppos protit
has been reaped froun tis publicity. Is that any
::r'umneit agtainst ir: lf tire public health has
beeni ront.eted ; if lives heave beenr seuh: if the
eeble havce beenustren;:theed au-d true sick re
stored. great good b-is been accomp'i-hend; and
whor so meari as to grudge to eettits thus direc
ted their fair r. w:'rdi
SJan 4. 1-1m.
N WBEOtRY. S. C.. Ja;uary 10.-Cotton 131.
CoLCxBIA. January 13.-Sale?of cotton yes
terday, about 3"1 bales-middiing 13: c.
LIvL"-.CPOut. January 9--Noou.--Cotton opened
qu iet-uplands 7; a "I; Orleans S a 8 ;a sales
N w Yona. January 9-7 P. u.-Cotton firm
er and fairly active, with aales of 4.6J0 bales at
15}. Gold 1 3 a 1!'.
AGSTA. January.9.-Cotton market firmer
sales 6'26bales; ieceipts 876; middling 14 a 14.
CAaRLEsroY. January 9.-Cotton firmer-mid
dling 14 a 14j; receipts 13,059 bales; sales 3Jo;
LATEST QLOTATIONS OF
IN CHARLESTON. S. C.,
CoRaECTED wEKLY BY
Banker & Broker, No. 25 Broad Street.
JANUARY 6, 18 1.
STATE SEcuatTtEs-South Carolina, old. -a
85; do new, -a 70; do, regist'd stock, ex int a
CITrr SecunLTras-Au;usta. Ga.. Bonds -a
7; Charleston. S. C.. S+ock. ex qr int. - a 52;
do. Fire I.osn Bouds. 61a -; Columbia, S. C.,
ltum?, - a 60.
.A I LcoA D I,,Y - BlTue itidgr.-firt mortgage,
60 a-; tltarte.wn awl Say annah. 63a .. ; Char
lottr. ('olumbia a d Ai:;neta. -a 85: ('heraw
and Darlington. a S.; Gr.envi!!e and Columbia,
1st m.,rt., '- 'to. State gnarantee. 65 a-;
Nortleastern. 83 a -; Sarant.ah and Charleston.
1st infirt.. - a 75; do St:tte guara!:tce. 0a -;
South ('arolina, - a 73; do, 6"; Sparta.burg and
Union. - a5.
RAILr.'.D rncgR-Cbr!otte. Columbia and
Auanta. - a 4i; Greenville and Columbia. 2 a
Northeastern. 13a ; Savannah and Charles
ton. - a 3; South Carolina, whole shares, -a
41; do. half sh".res. - a 22}.
Excnace. .&c-tew York Sight, } off par;
Gold, 110 a 112; Silver.103a --.
soU-ru CAROLIA BAi1r BILLS.
'Bank of Charleston.......................- a -
ilank of Camden........ ...........20 a -
Bank of Georgetown...................... 6 a -
Bank of South Carolina................... 8 a -
Bank of Chester...........................10 a -
Bank of IIanmburg....................... 8 a -
Bank ofNewberry................... a
Bank of btate of S. C., prior to 1861. .4- a -
Bar.k of State of S. C., issne1861 and 1862.25 a -
"i'lanters'and Mechanics' 11kofCh'rieston- a -
*People's Bank of Charleston.............- a -
*Union Batik of Charlest...........- a -
Southwestern It It Bank ot Charleston. old,- a -
Southwetern It It Bank ofCharleston,new,-- a -
State Bank of Charleston................ 6 a
Farmers' and Exchange B'k ofCbarleston.. 2 a -
Exchunge Bank of Columbia.............. 8 a -
Commercial Bank of Columbia............ 8 a -
Merchants Bink of Cheraw.... ........ 6 a -
Planters' Batik of Fairfield................ 6 a -
State of South Carolina Bills Receivable...9.5 a -
City of Charleston Change Bills...........95 a -
*Bi!ls marked thus (+i are being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of each.
Debt you owe inc, come and pay it.
Dollars worth of Goods you want.
come and buy them.
Men can get a good mess of Fish and
Oysters; COME QUiCK.
Price is all I ask but I want it CASII.
L. R. MARSHALL.
Jan. 11. 2-1t.
Six to Eigbt Hundred Dol
lars to Loan. Securedl by
Mortgage. On Real Estate,
situated within one mile from
-.th Court House.
-Address, B. HI.
In compliance with a resolution adopted
lv t1mei ety~ during tie week ot. onr re
eot Fair, th'e Stockholders of the Joint
.ock Comupany,' ind ihie menibers of the.
.unomb Carolin&aagrietituiral and Mechianie.d;
hoiety, are hereby sutmmonedl to as.eitble
in Columia, otn WEI NI.D.AY, -the Sth o1
Fbhruary next, at 7 o'cloc~k P. M.
Xy orde.r of- JOffINSON IIAGOOD,
D. Wu -rArxc.x, S.ee'y. Presidenit.
WurrA IS IIuruCters? In nine cases out
of ten the sotnrce of headache is nuot in the
brain, but in the stomach. Idige-tion is
the most fregntent cause. The dig'stive
orgatts beitng disorderedl, theyv derange the
action .of the liver, the bowels, the kidneys,
and the unerves, anud the whole secretive
and excreti"e machinery being as it were
thrown oit of gear, the brain suiffers.
Restore the nari:r.d1 tone of the stomach
and bowels with a few doses of
Tarranit's Seltzer Aperient,
and headatche arisinig front this eauiia is at
oree arre.stedl. This delightt ful preparation
is the best remedy for chronie and period
ieal heaidache at presentt kntown, atnd abso
latly inuvaluable as a stomtachic an;d gentle
SOLD BY ALL DRC'GGISTS.
Jan. I 1, 2-2t.
.1n Commton P'leas-Newberry.
Thomas B. Chalmers, Mrmr., enm testa
mento antnrxo, Plaintiff, against rhomas
A. Thompson, et al, Defendants.
Bill to Sell Lantd, Marshall Assets, &c.
Ptursuiant to the order in this case directed
to me, I will aell, on Sale D.ay. in February
IIOUSE AND LOT,
in the To,'n of 7 -ry, on Main or Pratt
street. bounded by tnds of D. Mr)'er, S.
Montggomtery, As-ociate Reformed Church
and other', whereon Mrs. Sally Ann Thomp
son resided at t be time of her dcath, contain
ing two aeres, tuore or less.
A Plat ot' which wilt be exhIbited on day
TERMS OF SAL.E--One half Cash, and tlho
balanee otn a credit of twelve months with
b,nd of purchaser secured by a mortgage of
the premises. Parehaser to pay for stamps
attd patpers. T. M1. P'AYSINGEIt,S. N. 1D.
Jan 10 13.50.
Eln~ R. Stewart A dm's. of Estate of Rob.
ert Stewart dee'd., P'lainttiff vs. Joseph
P'earson and Natncy his wife, et. al., lDe
fendants.-Int Coinmton Pleas, Newberry
-Complaint for Rtebef.
Pursuant to an order in thne ibov-e stated
ease to me directed, I will sell on Saleday
in February next, all th-it lot of land in the
Ton n of Ne-.herry, knmown as "Stewart
Stor" lot otn Maini Street and Caldwell
Street, ar.d bounded hby lands of IH. H.
Uea..e and II. B,artle tt, contaiintg a frontof
about forty feet on Priatt Street atnd a depth
of about otne hutndred feet on Caldwell
Street. Terms of sale, one-thiird cash, and
the balance otn a credit of one year, with
bond of porch iser secutred by tmortgage of~
prettises. Putrchaser to pay for stamps and
TIHOS M. PATSINGF.R.
T J.. I, -Ata. +l, a. =- C.
OF THIS POPULE
HAS BEEN REDUED FOI
TO MEET TIIE NECI
PLANTING C C
AND HAS IEE:
CASH.--Fify Dollars per Ton
TIME---Fifty-fire Dollars per
Payable 1st November, 187:
WM. C. DU]
A G E I
R. MOORMAN & CO., 2
Jan. 11, 2-3m.
Daniel E. Sease, Adnt'r., vs. Andrewi Shece
lv and wife, et al -Order.
By order from the Court of Common Pleas
for Newberry County, I will se0 at the late
residence of John Sease, dec'd, in Lexing
ton County, on the 4th day of February
next, the Real Estate of said dec'd., con
5,2 Acres. more or less,
Lving on Bear Creek, in Lexington Coun
ty, adjoining lands of Martin Chapin, Bel
ton Lever, and other-, which land is to he
sold in two tracts, according to the division
made by the legatees, and designated as the
home -Iace and the piney aoods place, one
of which c'ntain< t3441 acres and the other
182* acres, more or less.
Terms of sale--The costs of these pro
eeedinga and one third to be paid in ca-,
and the balance on a eredlit of twelve
months, with interest ?romn day of sale, with
hond and approved sure:ies, anl tnortgag"
of the pretniacs. The purchaser m.ty pay a 1
cash ii des:rrd.
TIIOS. M. PA.iSNGER, s. s. c.
Jan. 11, 2-4t. t 13.50
Ex P..rte )
Amelia A. Floyd, 't In Probate Court
Adm'x. ) Ne wherry.
PURSUANT to the order of Jamnes C.
Leahy, Probate Jud~ge, I will sell at the.
reidenice of JOHN N. FLOYD, decased,
on Tuesd.y the 24th intstant, nil the per.
toal property of said decean.ed, con-isting
in parr of
Agrinhtural Imtplements, Household
and Kitchen Furniture. etc., etc.
Terms of Sakc-ash.
THOS. 31. PAYSINGER, s. ,. c.
Laturensville HIer.dd copy once.
Robert Maffet?, vs. Win. Werts arnd wife,
and J,cob Wheeler, et al.-Inm Equity.
By order from the Court of Common
Pleas, I will sell o,n the First Motnday i
February next, at Newberry Court Hlous,
One House atnd Lot, belonging to the E
tate of Levi Wheeler, in the V illange of
Frog Level, and county aforesaid, fronting~
on the Road or Maint Street, leadirng through
said Village to Newberry Court House,
bounded by lands of Pa&trick Sulliyvan aand
by lot occupied by Wheeler & Moseley, et
al, the same being the Honuse attd Lot con
veyed by Robert Maffert to Levi Wheeler.
Terms of Sale- One third cash, the bal
ance Ott a credit of twelve monti.s with in
terest from day of sale, the ptochaser will
be reqtuired to give hotn! with good sureties
and a mortgage of the pren.ises to secure
the credit portion, and to pay for papers
THIOS. M. PAYSINGER, s. s. c.
Jan.11, 2-4t f l2
STATE OF SOUTH CARlOLINA'
uio NEWBERRY COUNTY.
By James C. Leahy, Probate Judge.
Wit:nins, T. B. Chalmers hath mad
sutt eto grant himt Letters of Adnijinis
trationt, Debonis non with will annexed of
the Esatate and effects of Dr. Thomas
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singular, the kinzdred and creditors
of the said deceased, to he atnd appear he
fore rue, in the Court of Probate, to be held
at Newberry Court Hlouse, on the 24th day
of January next, after pulicati->n hereof,
at 11 e'clock itt the forenoon, to shew
case, if any they have, why the said ad
ministrationi should not be granted. G;ivetn
under my hand this 9th day of January
Ano Domnini, 1871.
JA MES C. LE A HY, r. J. N. C.
Jan. 11, 2-2r.
STAT E OF SOUTLI CA ROLINA,
By James C. Leahy. Probate Juudge.
WhereasWilliamn A. Williams hiath made
stuit to me to gratnt him Letters of Adnminis
tration, of thte Estate and effets of Mrs.
Sarah Thonipsor., deceased.
These are therefote to cite arid adtmonish
all antd sitngular, the kindired atnd creditors
of the said d1 -eeased, to he atnd appeatr be.
fore me, in the Court of Prob.te to be held
at Newberry Court Hlouse, on. the 24th day
of January next, after publlication hereof
at 11 o'cloek in the forenoon, to shew
cause, if any they have, why the said ad.
mtinistration should not he granted. Given
tnder mny harnd this 9th day of January
Ano Dotuitni, 1871.
JA MES C. L E A HY, r. J. s. C.
Jan. 11, 2 -2t.
Left at Harris'
Severatl articles, a shawl, s.tddie bars an 1
two bottles of Alchohol, have beer. left at
A. Harris,' whic-h the owner cant have by
paing for this advertisement.
I I C- i
TilE SEASON OI 181
iSSITIES OF THE
j FIXED AT
of 2,000 lbs. at Faoteq,
Ton of 2,000 lbs. at Facdry,
., without Interest.
TON, S. 0.
Lents at Newberry, S. C.
IY virtne of a writ of Fieri Feias to tN
lireeted, I will sell on the first Monday is
February next, and day following, at their
store House, in the Town of Newberry, on.
Prtatt Street, the remaining stock of goods,
:osisting in part of, viz:
One lot of Dry Goods,
One lot Clothing,.
One lot Hardware,
One lot Cotton Yarn,
One lot Cutlery,
Powder and Shot,
Lot Boots and Shoes,
Pipes, Molasses, Soda,
Starch. Tea. Candies, Pickles,
Soap, Kerosine Can and Oil,
rable Salt, Mackerel, Looking Glasses,
Spades, Salmon in Cans,
Axel Grtase, Brass bound
and Painted Buckets,
With sundry other articles.
[rvied on at the suit of Thos. M. Lake, uw.
lonseal & Jones.-.
Termis of ele-Gashb. -.
T HOS. H. PAYSINGER,. . . .
Jan. 11, 2-4t. t35
Sheriff'-s ,Sale~ '~"
IN PROBATE COURT..
Es Parte-W. R. lkntz, Adnt'r of Eneek
BY virtue of an order from Jamtes a:.
Leehy, Probjate Judge, Newberry (County, I
wi.l sell on the Firel Mounday -in February
text, all the
Notes and Accounts,
oe said Estate, for cash.
TUftS. M. PAYSINGER, s. 1. c.
Jan. 11, 2-4t.
BY virtue of an Execution to me direes.
ed, I will sell on the first Monday int Feb-.
Two Hundred Acres of Land,
mor' or less, bounede by lands of Davi4
Hal;acre. G. L. Se C, el, ont waters of
anons Creek. L.evied on at the seiZ of
Joseon, Crews & Co., vs. David P. Buse .
hrt. - .45
Four Hundred and ten
Acres of Land,
more, or less, bounded by lands of Williau
Uromer, Williame Hippe, and others, and on
the day following at the defeudant's resi
dence, a I his stock of . -
PLANTATION TOOLS. HIOUSE
IiOLD AND KiTCHEN
Levied on at the suit of Henry Koon, et al,
vs. George A. Setzler.
Terms of sale-eash.
T iOM AS M. PAYSINGER, s, s. c.
Jan. II1, 2-4L. f9
S t a t c of South Carolina,
County of Newberry-In
Ebenezer P'. Chalmers as A dm'r, &c., ofes
or Jn.o. C. Chalmers, dee'd., a .Jitf,a
Emema E. Eagburg and John Eagburg he..
husbaend, and othere, Defedants.-C.m.
plaint for Relief.
BY virtue of t1 e order in the above eis
to me directed, I will sell on Sale-day in -
February next, at Newberry Court Hots,
all the Real Estate of which -the said Joha
C. Chalmers died, seized and possessed, eon.
460 Acres of Land,
more or less-of which plats will be exhib.
ited on day of sale-bounded by land. of
state of Thomam A. WV. Chalmers, El'zabeth
Butler, John Hlays, Mrs. Campbell- and'
T,-rms of Sale-One third for cash; the
balance on a credit of one and two years,
with interest fromt day of sale, aith bond o(
purhaer aned a moertgage of premises to
secure the sanme. Purchaser to pay for
stamps and papera..
TuHoS. M. PA YSINGER, s. s. c.
I WILL apply to the Judge of Probate
for New herry County, Otn the 9th day -of
Fe.rury neaf, for a final settlement onth
Estate of Eliziheth Hunter, dee'd., and my
dicharge a< atdmeinistritor. All persons in.
lebtedl to satidl Eta: e must make payment,
nd t.hose haevi.g demandes are hereby noti.
tied toi pecat 'he eamue properly -attested.
on or ba.re tha day.
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