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dednesday, November 22, i8Y
I onr notice of the awards by tli
Mechanieal and Agricultural Society t
the late Fair, we ovell-oked ont for th
best thorough bred Stallion, one yel
old, to Mr. G. B. Tuckt:r, mnaiking in a
six premiums to this gentleman fur stocl
The Columbia Phenix.
We are riot only pleased to see th
Phomnix in an enilarged and improve
form, but to find in its issue of Monda
the announcement that Col J. P. Thoia:
who, for a long time, has been writin
for it, is now formally it. chief editoi
Col. Thotimas is a briiliant and forcibl
writer, and now that he has the helm i
hand, we may took for good and shar
work. Better late than never.
The Ku luz Trials.
The Phenix is informed that Judg
Bond and Judge Bryan will be on th
bench at the next sessirn of the Urite
States Court, which convenes in Colunr
bia on Monday next. It is also asserte
that eminent counsel have been retaine
in behalf of the unfortunate ien wh
will be brought to trial, and the sugge!
tion is made that subsrriptions be take
up iii all the coutinties t) pay thrui. Ti)
necessity ail justice of this suggestio
being carried out genei ously iv6l bc at
parent to all,
r - The Cry of Repudiation.
Repudiation is being cried, and ther
is reason for it. For what with th
thieving and h3 ing, and over-issuing c
spurious boid. the State is literall
made baikrupt by its unworthy cust
dions. There never was better occas>i
for it. But let it not be said that th
honest people, however much they ar
down-trodden and abused, advocate
wholes:i ienure of this kind. Ther
are honest debts, these ,hoold he me
squarely, but iot a cent beyond that
Let t':e debts .f the corruptionists a'i
thiev(% go by the boaw d. The hands o
the thieves must riot he lhe1d tp :m1
s'rength'en'ed, else they wil! get only thi
deeper ii.to the 1ockets of the pe(,plv
As Ftated elsew%here. let the Executiv
Cummittee meet and bring int jdgmen
the guilty oiie, aid wivise what is bes
to be done. There is a little life in t1i
old land yet.
The President of the Ui-ited States ha.
appointed the 30th instant a day
.thaniksgivinrg. What a mockery ! Will
good grace he might have appointed
upon the principle of a duality, a day o
thanksgiving, feasting .wrd praise for the
rich, powerfurl anid pros.perous factior
which domiin-ites miereilessly over ti<
y'eaker arid poorer South, arnd a day o
fasting, humiliation and prayer for those
who, in their straitened circumstances
are misrepresented, harried and taxed t<
Let us have universal amnesty Mr
President; let us return to the genius o
demrocratic-repulicanismn as it is in the
Constitutior, an<d then we shiall havt
heart for thanksgiving.
President Grant, his Cabine'. and Con
gress could doi a good thing for the coun
try and themselves if ThEY had noly th
Let us have a coup dietat of maga
nimnity, arid, thien--thatnksgi'ing !
That Rail Ro,a, Convention.
The question was .. '<ed the Phos.i:
last week why the names of the Newt
berry delegation did not appear in th
purblished proceedings. And the answe
is given that the only assignable reaso
is, "that the convention did niot recog
r1ize the New berry delegation as mrem
bers, and consequiently they were riot rc
corded in the list of deklegates."~
Now if the inference of the Phonix b~
correct, arid it certainly seems to be
then we confess riot to understand hos
an initelligen~t body of men could have s
far forgotten their cour tesy and the usage
known on such occasions. If we ar
correctly infermned an inrvitationl was e.s
tended to New benry to take part in th
convention, an.d a respectable delegatio
was appointed, some of whom wen
to Columbia to attend the meeting. -
Of course our delhgates were restricte
by resolutions of the meeting whie
sernt them to (Goluumbia. They weret
co-operate in any atction which woul
give New berry ar pLce ini the pictuir
Anid now that Newbe.ry has been is
nored in the miovemnent, she is freet
act with any party ini the imiportat
matter of buirin a line from Cihente:
Augursta via New berry amid Edgetield,
His Word aad Honor.
One of the mnost shameful disregard
of truth, i, that conitaiined in the la
dcaration of Goe. Scott, that he di
not make tire promiise to the commtitte
of thre T ix payers' convention to exten
the time for tire payment of Taxes ti
the 1st of .March, to those wh were ur
able to pay', anrd that rno penalty woul
attach, It is pecrfectiy barefaced, an
enongh to make the Ring itself blus
with shamne. The only excuse whic~
can be offered, is that necessity know'
til law ; the Treasury is dlepleted, an
unless thlC i2,pymenCt is e>forcedJ, ther
w~'ill be a soirryV amei ini(~u Cohnnhia th
w inter. The end justia4s the ineani
and Gov. Scott is not thin-.ski:mni
enough to fcel that this is beyond tI
pale of reason, :igh t and h on'. WV
the tax be padl in the time now r<
qwrred! : This is thne qiesti-m. We car
rot solve it. The redeection thrown or
by Gineiunttos in the Gharleston New:
da the Executive Comminnttee of th
Tnx-payvers' Coniventioni, wich is sti
e"a:yV emnpowereid to continue inr force
moeet rnd deliberate on tintS Vexed (que;
t ion, is a good one, anid it is hoped th:
the nlecessity will b'e ap'parenit. Xeri]
through, we have lant little hope, enth<
p.oli tien!l!v or tinancial!r B*jayonrette
aind robbed, arid niL upon. But threi
.m. lirm:s to a:1 thiina.
Gov. Scott and the People of Newbe-.
MEssas. Em-rors: A clap of thunder in a
ch-ar sky would niot have given Ulea greater
shoek of surp-ise than I received when I
lh.,4rd that County Gomrunissioners ha-d beel,
a appointUd for the Gonsry of Ncm-berrv. I
thad thought that lie lowest depth of' ilifa
my h:d already been reached aid soUndled
bV that inaia Who:n God in his tger hal
r ; ,
placed over us, ard %hon cotirtesv rvurs
us to tvie His Excelluey.
What are the facts in tlis Cst;e '. t he
:lst of Ma.y, last, the office of t%%o of the
Coruissionlers of this Goint - v wa, vaclvd,
as to theml, by their coinvietol ill t lo
of General Sessions. of crines aainlst ihe
State. Ilis Excellency, after soie delay,
ordered an eleet:o- to lill the vacancy as it
g was his duty to lo. But the order was re
voked before the day on which the election
C was appointed to be held. When waited
11 upon by a gentleman from this County,who
p inquired why the order for election hid
been recalled, the reason given was that Iis
Excellency had been informed that art ap
plication for par don of the conviet con
mnissioners was being circulated and nould
soon be set t up to him. As if their p irdon
could restore them to arn office made vacant
by their conviction as etimli1ials. lOwever,
ie was induced, by what metans I kinow riot,
to issue another order for the eletion to
be held to fill the vacai,ey. The vh-etion
> was held at the time appointed. The da.%
passed in perfect peace and quiet. The mt
rmost good feeling prevailed between the
e blacks and whites. M1ajor Stewart, the
colmmandat of the po-t here, bears %iiiq,
testinony to the jact til.t it is jimpots.ile
for there to be a more quict and peae-abl
election held at any tine or Ilace. Good
men were elected. en ihose eh.racters
have always been above reproach. Met of
stainless reputation. Not politicillI, not
paVria,3 but un-nI of business, Aho woud
have done their duty by the peopie of the
County in the respOnlsible U:Mlee to which
- they were called. The elecsion was neve:
contested; there w nerer the fNintest
a lwhi<:per that ai.y undue influncne was used,
or that votes were secured by cortilon
and blilhrv ; or ih these nen were not
clearly entitled by law to the office to whch%
they had b.eln elected by the peopl'.
Notnil.hstanini:tg these fatcts, the prties
in ;,.% r, w:.osc duty it was !o is.,ue tIhe
comr issi .'011 onts, ittierlY refIsel to do So), :Ind
the office remainked vacantt. Efllorts wcri
mde, but in vain to induceiM to do th
si';lOe ct o: jistivc. They petsistetlY ri
fused. 1Tis se' tingr tside, ignoring and de
fyit: the voice and mill of the Iop1le a
expressed th1,ruih the Illot box. Nver
before in thi-4 country was theie sueh an.
infaumous outrage of the rightis aid libertics
of the petiple. And nlow, to cap the climnat
of meanness, GoV. Scott APoItNTS men to
I an office, te fill which others had ah v
been duly and lawfully elected. I do not
think it needs any argument to prove that
he had nio right to do this. I have the law
before mue, atnd Gov. Scott knows that un
rder its p:-ovisiorns, after the election held.
he had no r ight, to make the appointmnent.
If the vacancy had just occurred, or even'r
if there had been nio election until nrow,
'in that case dhe appoinctmenit rnight per
haps 'have lieen made. But undr'er
the circumltstanes5 rnot. lit pur'suance.t of art
order of' the Governor art electioni was held
That eh-etion was mever declared illegal or
void. Those gentlreen elected were, arid
are to this d.ay, entitled to their comnis
sionis, iandl shouldl be obeyed arid respee:edi
as Commnissionecrs of' tire County of New
be.rty Andrt ifth1is 'oe so, it follone~ rha.t the'
aippoirto:enrt miade by theC Governor is air
act of ttsurp.ationt of power, ar,d is therefore
clIearlyi' vo l. Awlil ec-n meni appitrd by
Ihim, canntot by any act of thteir's, hind tie
people of Niv,berry. Theyi' have no ini
- to lay or' impose taxeSt to let the butildinig
of hriudges;, to n:ahe conn i ets, or to do any
thing or at, th:it Corrissio;;rs rmay ot
right 1lawffu!y do. Thle ir app'oitniit
b ad. arid tihey are not Gomur::tssionters.
.Can th e people of o:hcr States he surpi ised
' hat there are Ku Kluxes in this S:a:e when
our affairs are matnaged in this way? Th'le
wonder is not that there are soME ontrsgeons
acts btut that there arc not MAN. I wonder
if' the peopre of' Duchess County, New York,
-would peaceably submit to such a gross ovr
-r'age as this ? TIrnliy it seems that the peof'le
of South Carolina have no rights that these
adventLrons cormrorats ar'ebou'id to respect
The credit of the State is iuined beyond
r'edemption. Under his own signiature has
"Gov. Scott confessed ik guilt. Yet, wvhen
h-e hiould b2 hiding ihis head, his dishonored
Shead, in shame n~om the scorn and contempt
eof an ou raged community. te flings this last
insult at a once proud and free people.
I conifes, Mr. Editor, that Iecannot do jiis
tice to tits subject. My blood boils wiih in
idignation at the outrage, and my face tiagles
t ith shame. Am I a freeman? Is .thi;
.South Carolina ? Am I a citizen of the United
dStates?~ Is that the starry flag of' my coun
try so proudly floating on yonder hill? Is
'Ihat thte grand flag.which is said to wave
"O'er tire home of the f'ree and the la.id o:
My God! miy God! Are we not rather all
slaves? Slaves of' Scott, and M2ses, and
tKi'npton, aind others o' that class.
Would to God that I could arm every hon.
est man with a whtip, a whip of scot pi,>ns to
lash these rascals naked round the world.
Of the men appointed by the Governor I
sahall say rnothing, e-.ccpt that the opportani
ry was gh en them to act a noble part if they
lrhad chosen to do so. It was clearly their
iduty to refuse the appointment, arid if' they
had donte so threy would have teceived rthe
dhe.'rty i'pplause of' the pecople of Necwberry .
'T'ey d-d tnot so act and they do soT leceive
the appiause of the~ people. One of them,
not many months ago, in a communication
d I o the Newbcrry Herald, declared that he
d as tie longer a member of' the Republic.m
hpa'rty, as it was a party of' corruption and
plander. If tbe had refused this appointmnent
he wuld htave done we'l, he would have
show n by that ct that ihe was not with the
Republican party, and he would have gained
Cthe lasting' respect of all good and honest
.et me repeat, Mr. Editor, and let the peo
dpie of Newbierry remecmber that this appo it
ment by the Governor is bad, and that aill
C he acts of' these so-called Commissioners, tas
Commtrssiorners, are void. L.egal p'roceedhings
ourght to bie entered upon at once to test the
gaestion. It may be done.
tIn conclusion, let me say that tis commu
1nication is written biy one who has alwayvs
h ad a great respect for the names Republican
and lI.adical. Jefferson was a Recpubicain
Iand a Radical. Ati lovers of liberty, and the
Rights of man are- Iepunblicans. All true
Djemocrats are Raidicals. But these men awho
r now hear rule in this State, with whom "he
w'ra: of besi":ven is punnhiim u-, these men
-are tnot Ra die:nia or Reiu' .icantst, the ar
SVPPLE:lMENT.-W ign-e a snppleiCient
this week; could not help it, our friends
crow. Iced us in Fch a manner with advertise
ments; and as it conrains nary -pecial ad
vertisements, we not only advise carefu
teading, but that the sheet be p!ucetl cre
fully away with the regu!ar paper fo, future
1.-;0\as-mn our adverti.eemen ts
is one of.ering for :ale a va'uab!- plantaion,
an! w< advise ;,-svns wishing to invest, to
read the same and he on lhand at the sah
The so'l we a:e ioinc:me is weil apted
all the cultivated grase. :aid the place Las
peculiar.,.,d0.nt.iges for s:ock risig (;it a
large scale. A are Ch..,zc i, hee offe.ed.
IAND SALE.-I'articulitr attenton is di.
recLed t) the s-te of land offered by W. t .
Gorce, on the 12h of I>eeemibe' takse
plaeU at the 'esilene of M r. Thu. 1'. 1iar
mon. This hAd :s conivenien iy situate-i, in
good con.i:ion, ain- the chance for p--ofitab!
investment very fayoruble. Atteiid this sale
by all means.
WHOSE BU-s1"SiN ES IT-The railings of
the railroad bridge near the old Actdem y
lot, are in a dilapidated condition, and dan
gerous to childicn. Attention is therefbre
called to it. that whoever m:y be intere,ted,
whether the town coancil or the rail road
comp.ny, nay take steps and make neces
sary repairs, before bones are broken, and
some one killed.
DETENTION OF 'TILE YASSENGEn T:AIN.
-L:st Saturday's down train was dcained
at the Ncwhcr.y depot till G o'clock Sunday
mornin., owing to a run off near Frog Level.
Col. Dodamhnead telegraphed the agent here
to inform the passengers to go to the hotel
and ,-ccare iupper and lodging at the ex
pense of the Conipany. This is highly cred
table to the ro.id. No danage was sustaitned
by the freight train at Frog Leve! other than
Ijury to the engine.
Tti CoTToN ST.vEs LtE INSuRANCE
Co , an adver:.i1Lement of wideh appears inI
this wa: k's paper, is reliale and ta;r dialing
it every rE*!pevt. Its low premnniums partien
-r!v coimn d it, aid in fact, there is no
eature in its goveranicat or manCeu
hat the least i)1jecti,n can be urgel agaiost
[t w ill be seen that the genje--al age,lev for
this S!a:o, Gver which Mr. M1. W. .\ln-ey
Prenides. is luvaed at .rd i C urt Irlouse
where a! others for reLf-retce or enquiry
.Vill be direct d. We cordially recommend
:le Cttoti S'a'es and its general agent.
IE -L C a to..-Man is eininen1 so
:iai and babe: ts in t-h so as other men, and
.:1 Cols'ten(.our old Iavor*te Alon,-o !'eese,
>e of the best of the profes'ot', weary of
).-ng lolne and g.iiing atq the t-wa-os,
miltments and crelit, wio-ly and kinily
takes unto himselt a par:ner, on( no less
iftd in the art of p!casing te publie Oan
Vluse!'. Tie Saloon is no%v ran by Rlese I
Carroll, atl we guarantee the utm'ost satis
raction to all who favor them. Location im
nediately North of Pullock's reitaurant.
Rev. C. C. Pi:ickner, of Grace Church,
harleston, being detained here last Satu
lay, opend St. t:'s Church SuTdav
norning and night. The sermons on both
>casions we-e remarkab)le for their brevity,
eauy of dictiont, simplicity of style, per
spicuity, and comiprehetiive rarge of
hought. Eloqw nt tribtes to the chtas:e and
nried culture ot the speaers rnind and
eart; anid satisfyitng lessons to the congre
Next Sund::y bei't in the cou-se of Mr.
ies' appfoi'lntme-t, l);,ne ie, .i e may be
xec :d at S-. Leke's in the mno wing and at
uarterly Cotncerene.- of the Methois-Sta
o-Ciuch , New h,erry, contvi-ned here l:xst
week, commnteci:n: otn F: iday ti gIt, with tan
mpressive sermon hr- the l're<iding Elder.
on;i' Said :y evetinlii, andi w-re oIf a Ihi.ghly
l -s. A P. .vant, .I. .\. Mloed :and W. .
~M:.,nzt, algenit for WIfford Coley., too':
pat tlia the se.vieLs.
ti :he a'e.co,:n of Sminiy, : he S.bhtih
Sho'ol cIhild eni were ptrofitablly alressed by)
the ';c'itding Eider, It:vs. W. P. Moezon
and J. A Mdsod.
SIINCLE N.iED,ED.-lhl'O;1reds of pKrsoit
--ire or less-:nany; less pet htape--in s-hort
tot to over (10 the thing,-very mary less
every day- go abont froim pillar to post, from
store to s:o:v, etnqui.ing where the Newberry
lank is, and it' an individual happens to
stand a onn-1 promniscnoos ike, that is, with
hands in pockets and very little appea:-ance
of rnytiug pairiieularly on iiand, this c;owd
of eturers, hungering after the pl1ce where
mony enn be ;-os btcl., ':;o for him' wi:h the
ques'on, whete is the iltnk? And some
tines cven afner it is poited out, a good
ay are tnable o iind it. '('n-ct whir, it
has nio signt on the'otntward wall: andI now
that the wcathecr is coll, the doo;rs are closed
sexhilte theth-try windS. Let a s!P'igle be
.ONEY MAK3s THnE 'AIAt: Go-andi the
pr nting press al.,o, and the priniters, and
wHiliout it, it's a p'retty bad go. l)o you
~Ad under it, reader? You whno have ad
vertied ai stranyed di;, a stolen cow? or told
your neighbors yotu intend to close your con
nection as admflinisltrt-, texecutor or gutar
dian of somebt~ody's estate ? or sell a wonder
fu piece of propery? ar had inserted at hidi
clmnn sketch of the life andl virtues of ai
lear friend or companiOn ? A id for al of
which we have tnot seen the color of your
money yet. l>o yotu see it? W~ould you
have us "go for you ?" P'ay up, or by the
everlatintg hills, as sure as the devil bath
tors and a tail, he'll tiy away with you
some day to the regionts where the lion o03r
et and the whiag doodle motneth. Take
friendly tadvice, andl pay tip.
liNN:-n asn SerrER.-We take great
pesure in info.mbni; the vi::tis of this
town aud county, and any and all strangers
who may be in town on Sale-day next, that
a dinner will lie served in the new 1lail, and
at nigh: a sapper, tIne proceeds of which are
to le i-lev-ted to obj,:cts connected with the
We further state that a comm nittee of Ia
dies has been ap2pointed. whose puirpose' is to
se-k contributions, either in money or pro
vii-ions, and it is earnes:ly hoped thatt a gen
(ros and liberal sptitit may he shown, that
the ale.s who have .,o k int-ly and& sci'-sae
ri lii-tgly c-ontedC to) tahe it in bharge, imay
tot only. be able to makte the dinner and sup
r lentiful, but pietvant us wel as pri'utal
be. A few rurkseys frinm friends in:h:esu
try will b.e gratefully iec-ired.
COLD W.Y iTlI ER-- -..ter one of tu.e "n's:t
enmrk:ib!e f.idl, whleh for :tmperate char
a eter, the olde-t il:hbtittnt assures uts has
ot bee-n eq'ahed in his day and' generatin,
old winter suddhete swooped down on us,
whit scarcely a brea-.th oif wvarning, and set
the ged people-that is accorditng to our no
tinl, and not Grant's, "who is a very- po ar
scholar and does hi- own thtinkting," to the
itjat- of ho'nest fols-.-.,ivering and i-h sk
inr. and searching fr wsartm clthing. This
u.llttv-r... r -it rnmit ina of the Presi
canc in a far:ul hurry, and at a time
we vainly imagined, poor souls, tha
were out ur pretrieit b,ehaviour, antd &
our h-ve! be,t to be at peace with :1lI
world, lnd the rct of tmkind. The w,
er, however-and not the po->r- Presi
whio is not wholly re-i.onible for his
aceordint to natural laws-is the topic.
as the pari:graph i. a!ready t:o Iog
' ather' item, we cuelae tl.* :t is
and, ice is i'etty, ard vugetz%:,n is as
as Julius Cx-4r, and it all took ]ie( in
ti:.:it. Veriv. the,e re the t ui:ne t(
:a a word as to taxes, but wil wvait i
Gil.. J. ('. il't r. in aI rwel to a
from: the edi:r of thi P.w:.:n t
te pr(.ne v.hic h o)' denies,
tiat GoV. Scott "id give iA nor d
tho-ih tie books shoul-l be op>enc
Novemi er, that tile penalty wo.uld
be enf(:er until te 1st of march.
Sl:o'irlN Arrait.a.-A diiniculty
n Irred n Tedar m11lorninz in the pi
of the ietisol Hu,'., betw n a iwo
Ctihlr. on, nidte, anid Jese W'li:
c n.rv, whwh ros't dt.1 in th- lat
iving a pitul shot in the lef:
l'he hall was extracted itimmedi:tely,
the wound provcd to be veryv s!.
T'he parties were arraigntlI befire 'I
Justic;: lIammntI in the afternoon,
Upon eMnintion of tie charze a-:1
nibertson of assau't with intent to
the jury returned a verdict of not -u
a the .hootint was reg.-rde-1 a. juti
thle. The trial of the colored miltl
i,sa:iidt and 1:tterv was fixed for ve.<
day afternoon.--A nderson Intelliger
SoUru CARoIN CmtP.-At a rai
neeting, the f'ilowing gentilen v
ulected oiCer of this CliI: Pre.ilel
ade Hampton Jr., Guhnbi-; ; N
re!-ide t4-J. S. Hleyward, Bliuf
h3vi,J llemnli'I, Chee-r ; Pil H:sl
iiia ; Seu:cetay -R. E. .\is, Jr., Wi:
S-r. L>ni s, Nov'embe'r I1:.-J.hn
hitatgan hiaving snis~:red p itm.
Isee ren l a tm I-II I.' i i ll:!'
lIe eh r?ric! theml), but his vifi
'Over.-d :'rom thie Stu;-or, :ani! discovi
h1j, hu;.,ba;d drivin.- mail., inti. her<
!rei's h:. She tiiared the i
milit!, but the i'hiirien were li:ad.
ued'n fir $.'.-l <!:nnagies, for' *j.iln
rma:-treeti vai, weawarnl'd(]
i' v a Pv.dcra! jorv. Tl'ie eo
e-ce of this verhiet i tiat negres
1%w lie :dtr.itted to the catrs tin all
INVtDENTs OF TH1E tIt EAT F1t8.-3
w; mail. fifty cents to A1fred L. &eweil,
i.lwir, Chiago, 1M.. and rieeive. iot-t
A colr>y of WS;e.hhom no of 1?.C;d
>f the Great Ctieago Fire.
t ,4UTHERN MI U5WCALiuNAL..-The
mt1d nuile' of this liandsome journ:. i
eived. It gives in mu.sie, The Ocean
-rapli kiareh, and F'o ntin on thi Wi
one besides a gre'at varie'v of original
,eleced mniscellany. Pubished( hiv Lut
& B.es, Savannah,i C. Si per tLiUmlum.
D;E loD.ANwL:LT for Novetmhcr 16,
Ceanh ofall the ditferent styh-s ut' dI
odi coverings fonr gritan up as~ well nis 1
eole, is j u-t recei edl. ID it Molennweli
in!y $3 per ae.nr, worrht double the price
guide to ladies. A good tinme to sub,-c:it
I !ooiit AN;> HI EA :Tr.-This ver" m-"
-:(ous :iul u-:etul mn.'.:.tne is pnbhlithe:
'tori , tnt ju.-t 'il 50t per atnnumti. Every
v i.hioinhi haIve a copy. L-ve'ry innmber'
ens enu:h to pay' Ior its whole coat.
or a spcieina-:n copy to pubid hers.
PUrKn'.'s WEKl"I.Y for November,
n c tattle of c(ont'n, sieveral of' the tari
,em;g illu,tratei, ami all of them of'
charactier ats nake them e-xceedningh
erestig nit only to h.tys nud girls for w
-v .re 5peviilly prepiar.-dt, bit fort<
eo;le. nite up your einh110 tow, this I
ii good tme to subibeil. Ti marnng
,i.i l tive nij..Wi as a Chrna'iis Ire
dess ,l. W. I'n'kea Co., Mcn
No icit -The lI I.nc Circle a:ti Ter
auc oracttle, formery puithte- in Clib
mid dle<rioved by', the fire, has be't ent
ro St. Lois, Mn. andi pt:bli,ted wely.
dr the tit!e AMit c.ul I PRTE)tMtT
iiiposedCi tot lhunnt10 it inuirch andi
t'c, "M' o0 a eatr,C ei, lor;g- pig', i
:eCtt ii each ichu"ich andt llto,an
Ot.00O i:n ca.,ht fori a club of' 100. Mlt
live cents ior samp'e, to S. M. Kennedlv
tr S00 Washington are., S t. Lnuis, Mt
YOUNG Aatn:iCA, a joy to cuir jav'c
ani lie a, aniration oif puren:s has t cCImp
anter year. [n its very uceful care
have no doubt its told patrions will Ci
and new oneCs wdilih>ck to its ..e:aly
port, as it is onifth e ,iny ofilV o:nr jul
pubilictl')ms that flIls all the r"equimn
lesire 'in -uch a biook, whdle the sm-Il
S nr ' ear, or the hiberal indneemeue
tus. puts it within the rea'.h nfi :d! fan
W. i tennin-:s Dtemoreit, Publishner,
lloday, N. Y.
hEMRs T'S MON(THLT MAGAZINE
Deeb -r, hket 'a ri unch friend, is aig:
our s.ide, with its overtlow:ntg mramu
gosd th. :'gs ton Chris;tmaS, and a!bu
rOmi se's of even better fo,r the tutmr', v
e ,-etmise wvii be welil fufilleid. We a
tioe wio lhave noit dichied ou a public
fir lih bouhboll fur 1872, to get a nuu
b'fore selec:ng" elseiwere, andl see
abunant return for a small intmntft
the very liberal Iiducemen lts to cluibs
yearly.~ Pihah d by W. Jetnniags I
r et 8-8 lroiway, N. Y.
lTue () LIxY.- The Novembher numbh
tini favorltit mag:tzin is rtceit'a'l, aa
ahl prte"edi.inr tnnmber', t.ii :I!ed wi
est 'The in:'.ii:her. of the Gi i ha' er
the first talent itt the ctry'il to write I
and it ' isno wonl.ler, thteefore, Ih:it it
tood. We can do tno griater favor to
oft our readers who like the hest o'f rcn
ithan to advise thetm to sublse': ihe for the
ax at ontce. Niw is a gor,d1 time tio
mne. Adt'dre%- i'hitldonl & Co., New
~iie $1 per am:umt. Tou cilbs it<
-rEnt -ruE ;:t)g..-Tuis Scnoot. F
VA L -%'uarterly ming:i.dnet, devote'd to
tal in.ter, for Day School :vl St
Sctol F.xiitioni s, amil Pubttlie<ee
T 'e I ctober't Inmber of this p'opu!ar3
zin ( wichl was deistroy'ed by the
i g'> fire, when all ready to mail
een retpriited, and1 has just reached os
its susr;Piifn list wats hurnle., the
ihers regne,.'t Its to atsk their submscribel
seni their addresses, statig whtat tn
w"e vet 1 i:e them, and :ot retait their
scriiot fir neCxt yeatr, Let till teacher
pui,s!~it --bc ibe 'w tir the S.holi Fe'
-!bey alhl neei it. It coisa 'itdy 50~ cu
ea.m iii ; uc'. ori 15 cun:s for a i
nnhetr. Thie' 1ahiis-her' vere vetry I
to r" ba' the gre:t fire", btiUi they. don't
poeto aih.w' teir :ubtcrib'rs to l"-e
"idg. end by i'nii to .ilira:d L. Sev,
Co. Pubtlisher'" 'hicago, Iii.
'I'E t.PT' l'uli/ND FOR NorE
11-- nl I Ma:iazie comesi out whIth a
''10n... ' covr d'ei' r'.iue' :nt' en~.:a
pr .1 o ;it:-ao a1 ci-.rnt :ad :
ip 'iodlii! now tenm '.a ' with it in
w aar i ape:mmee.:n.d i is con:en'ts 'fot
mot ae if p""b:e ' morei tt chi
'rl... Th ii:'' ee' ri.y " is it I: ini
rHpe bi:iny,l among.t trees and fln
'e Cot ,r..d F.o.h' ious 'ire tri-.r'ful undl
z.a:it, and the tatest styles ftot d-ess in a
he 'ul sa'.i etio' ofi 't'ini:c denm
i the rich and viaried snory' matte'r.
oftt it ins ratd, is the crowniilg speeral
this ma:IzIie. Pr.e '200 a y'ear.
cois EaFight topie, int tone a:
$p2 "ii Jhe -ul's Fri-:nd" andl the "'a
t y .vening Ps.'"'61. P'zhti: -hItd biy
co & Peters' ri,ll Pildelpia. Snd ei I
r .s l,. ,.lI New- it.:ers. and b1
v en LSSR I.. '- -'. -O-VELL - Co.. t--e celeb -
te.! awl jpu.ar New York Advertisig Ageucy, N
:n eiga;e tu wiverti-e in zroqs and detail fo: large V
t stuso,:er: in a better and ciealper mode than they w
can do it thenizeh es. 'T;d, we sincerey believe a
thle it lv ca.n 4f because it i6 their soleburiness-tbir
. :tb- spiciality; becau e they get space at lowest whote
lent,ale r::e. adi becau'e of their intimate und cou
lideutial relat:ons with publishers. If we wi.0i
e s, to mpend tnn thousa:d dollars in -eneral adve.
Bt ingover the country. notwithatditig our own
experience and14 knowledge of advertis:nz styles e
ur a id of rates. we w.u;d employ them under cer
tain directions. We %vould save money. troubie, a
wor v. zt.d ie businet would be dne::t lea-.t us
ead we.,i i!,: b.-:t.r, tha:n we c.iual .1o it vursehe .
-A.rricin .i!:i:nu?acturi' evie, aid I'itt,
Lurg .'ric Ciirreint.
,-inow. There isi ;n ioh-! proved) Lih b
ai" ":eriee lie sa'Cest gni.i. 0 10
thi <::. (. i -' a:.d .iline lL:nra,lly tur,
n Io i t :i1.:-. of relief. e
} TI,y in :re wh - :: ::ad ;ne h,7-- olwin: for I
:h I Of Ihe e if
a.i-t.2 rt.- l:e,.ani Cr-. tie. i n us C
ri i:2..tetter'i i*.s a:I n a'. i e . Tmeet ali.,tsr c
pupuli:y a:od vast .de. T'he st.fi'erer
frmt indigestion is sure to find Aotn-e one a
all:o. sisfien1ds% h:LS been cured of
.that aihne.nt by the famnoos vegetall sto
LZ ZA iIC!:'e. Tlt victim of fever uud agie,
e r pi'r comlItint, coS'.p'i.i u tio ervoUs proE
,trai'o, or ge Ie c dbiliv, i:s oil to 2
r- i, q iry i e :ie eigihbohood where
lhe reshs iord *r to :<eover w hat this
.t . sand.urd res:or.iie hi die' eeted in cases -
'il si.:iiar to his own. Ili tie publi.,led tes
aid timonv to it: n,-r its lie %%ill tind a volume h
ist of ro o' its s.i.it.ry properties, which it
i i., isibA!le for hi:, commnou s..nse to resi-t.
I e t ivs it, a i ' th.- 0--er it pr,th:ees on
for his sys'em ;.dds ai-Lter to the host of wit
ter- neses tin its f.vor. Tis, its -.ptit-imon,
cer. founded on the facts, not assertions, con
tiually grows and spreads. Ghorlat ns
an.1 impostors, sorwe of them mere loeal
e rieltor., -an.! other who take a somewhat a
it- wi:cr r.inge, attempt to thrust into the a
i hc- l,ds :nild < e i"vj- thrm:its of InVali:s,
irt :hir L:aph:.zirn as SubSti.ttes
"Cel, for tlie toiie which fi,)r -o niv vears has C
r,11; b -n1 a fil-ditiW:il p!, t ro g? u the
um Unn:Ii:ed.ajl Sf)jli,,h Amelrica1, C.llada,
1;S- anll ti; e.! i.!-11, h u :ln si:eeo(d to a v
thep.oph-, ha:*.in" aswomr,:inedl what ik reaully
re- - i...
-~g C!.N (. ' dF F u D INX
-U Ti: lNT?::lN .-T.e fi ratae of di
has : i!. olj.-ct tle converting
I ito 1-lood oi' ;c) i i f the food aA has
n"ot beli'n alre:lly ab bd <irectly from :he
S- 0eil'ti. te Cset (" process i in the in
tes.tine. In the duodeim (the portIon of
% ; the iretieil:tls nt10A to the Stolilacil) tile
tI Il ;-ood, di.ol1 in the gisric juice, is com
lii:;4l ni,ith the bile andl the panereatic
md. b ,:.b p.o::red ;u through two
Ib eI-parate diet-. The litter substance, the si
ertV:i' 0" tiehe panereaz, is .6kaline, and '
,::.ew-it si :tir to saliva. It ientralizes
-' (tit is, di-solves) oils ; and also con: etrt,
-tty co poinls into sugir. The biles V
Il- 1lg -In, is the secretim of the liver, formed 0
n ot asj othier secretioins, fromi arterial, but,
e cep,tOtnaliy, fromi i ventois blood. The
it dissolved foud, after passing fro:n the
." sotIiachi, ii aibSorbied by nio:nerous mliite O
ii ii tibe-, the laete.tis, aund troutgh the tho
tis raoie dune:, is fromi thet laeteals to thne lft,
a a . i 7
,r siibeciavi:i vei, ani. tIis into the genieral
itt" eirenlio:n. The t;o'l so ireomes part of
byite idIo., t:e 1i iiwhih reinovates the'
to- aorI.it.O tistnes 0. tie systemn, woti-Oult in e
co0- lie' s crase .,. warai anid tiear. [INt, beside'.
fn :m aemti in the dt-t-sti ye i.r'ess, thle bile
CI. ivle :a;d puirgativ". Nowc Dr. Fi.ch's,
SbI tr promtiote, (at the samtime11w regila
i ng, te fihaW Oi' this Secreltin. The sys
wm thuls eItn'..ly sei.u re,i f'r'oni bi
ildr o :hSn, ti:i the' yie had'., :utI l'ro: consti
'itut p itIion ot t!.e olth. r. \':ol'iit purging is
iziel tnot thie wiay to, re':nove contit til. N et
I n. hr is. r iule', ring a puifielr ol the
Oi, 1h:.j .\n ',n.iihu.ee' of lnod with lil
ibunda,e of' bile il the niiied finid, to
i -.ligest it, wvill tmaket anl abniltid-itLc of gZood,
I- tounshliing, streni;thing blood, not need
in n:ut i in.]
Z , -1t m. c.o.w.
: Ie -- -+ -
I" AII:D V'ITAILTY--Whlen you fe-el as v
ia iii'1 e vitl piowers were giving away. streneth ~
iers pulLone .s.:ts depievsed. me:nory thiilinig, uppetite
es.-ot exhntSiiuti: stealini over every sense atid
d-1 parah' zingevery ei.rg. theni is the itne to re, S
or1t to that powerti' ully of tiature. [UR. WA-D
-e. \'ii.Tani:V 'it Gait HiiTTeus- rhe pro
je-:. piiie they embol)dy .00on wirk a glorious renlO
te vi thin inL the debihitated sest em and the clouded
nuec T HE ATM1OSPRERE OF LOVE.--Is a pure
sui eet b>rieiath. I is de,tsderiatumi is onle ofthe re
-'it'iC fig Sizudour' wich nit only mvligo
enne -r.ie. and prtserves the teeth. but renders the
Cinouithl ns fic::rnt 1.- a re.
i tice. CHlLltENI'S LIVES SAVED FOR 50 CTS.
a for -E'very ca,e oi Cr.up, eau be cured wheu first
lhe t.ike'n. by Dr.. Ci-bitn- Vetietian l.inimet, war
gyimated fur tA "ears. and 11e-ver a bott!e ri-turned.
at!.,i cae.l hari: ma i'':Ci . iente-ry. Colic. -'ore
Th".roat. t.'uts. l'iurnis andi exteri.al I'ains. Solo by
for ii:e. 1:ruig::i-ts. h.ot 10 1ark l'!ice. New Yor1k. (
ti at THE IEST COSMFZT.C.---Bur;eLtt ., alliston
- iii rodulces'afae--h compilrlexion- remioves tan atn
, freck.e... :nai impaiitsa velvety soflness to the
Ce',in :Sits attndinig exposure to our change
-h ichl cits upon the ys:in. mna, Le entirely ob
i- via:red by isuse. Fur sate by cil druiggits.
iib).r but 'a ;est and itest lIlumninatingP Lii for family
th i:se ever made. Burn's in the :-diniary _kcrosenc
, itmn Ioes art take fire. nor ex',toue if thie
ny.'i iS ups-et :mid broken. .%I,d for (.ircular.
(' i! llc use of Charles l'ra tt, estblshed w0., New
F.ISLEY'S LININ.ENT-of~ Araica, Hinpe
o i~iiloc Aa!id, acts as a univer sal e-xtern'al cure
a'l3:.iitctintg oni the nierves conniecteu n:thitheskini.
ik It prompltly relieves N'eitSliia l'its. ClLani5 d
th :n d culr.4 oldl sores anid u!Ceri. flesh woutlin.
Pl urns. brui'<. spiainis. &c. .nol.i every where at
rI' 5.0 cente. .iirgau & is:ey, n hiole,e;e Drug-.
ii5 its. New York. GeneraI Aget:ts.
ich LaL:.DS' 'L00ME 02 YCUTH-A.most de
iu i-h:fe icitiett p:eearationt for benutiyanig the
G:Isin. has beeti est:,bli-uied over ten years; during
that time iover i.t.e million l::dies have used it ; i.n
o-every instaniice it has givenl entire s austnctiou; it 'l
)r reaioves :il inige-rtections$. tai, freckles and suui
metns burI.s. givinig titi skini a youthfull appearanlce.
r-old at all I):u::gists neid anucy~ Goedls $tores.
l>rplot :. Goldl .:reet. New Y ork
LT THANK~S 10 THE TIMELY DISCOVERY.'
wit, f.la nil's S-othmlg $yrnlp. the hiearte oh
nday manyparets'ave beetanimaee gl!ad by witne's
ioons. ing t:ie bei.ieticial eff'ects. which thiis remedy nec- '
i".t- erfail topruce dluring tire cr;tical period of
gr.itet .~ TIC SALVJE --Nothing like it ever.
ki.uown betee. iures cuit. burns,.sores woun ds
-'t $&c. like magic.'hicaspeko it in terms .
A O o.ihn F.Ieroe la''.o.Iroprietor,8$ Cullege P'lace,
-n ' EYICIANTS wi.o hia'.e pretcribeid Svapni)a or
l'ur-lied ti umi u'se Ito other lorml of (Ilium in
t i - l v g-g0' 1AIR DTE.-ltf'ali his hairs
TTS .i-reI huc 'lo<:hllo .:d. -'my great revenge hathi
in:de sto:n::ch for t t BeIut h:u r inat's grey or
t'ir e ..ailv. whcne or red. I hre ladies haive ito itomaicht
ni>- I r :at ail. Use 1 ri,.t:uloro' Dye _and the evil is
ri-'remeiiied. Mainufactory, #.\Maiden Lane. New
ell ?UREgT and Sweetest Cod Liver Oil
a the ni.I.ort is liazaird a .,ell's made on tne (
T'ER , eJ-,horec. iromn fresti. 5..eleted .livers, by Csel
h:z:rdi a . Co. Niew Yo,ri, It isaboueypr
u. -rdit.toeet. i-attienlt who have one akn itre
r tt lot hers. P'hysicianshaedcedi
unrhrto an ofthle otherC lsi the miarket. }
up. JOUVIN'S Ir.odorcus Kid Glove Cleaner r-j
.it- resi soiled gim eS equal to new. t-or aeb
hils ini '-i-Is Il:d. ei '20's D)ealer. .irice2I
th'm 'cet per bottle.. ' , I C. Vi Wel & Co. New 1 ork.
I '01. Si-.311, Noin b~fler 20 -CottoDi 160 .
iuhI . .i:root, Neiveri,hber20-Eveninlg.-"COt- I
nue to . lrrm-uipiands 9: Orlans 9'.
a r v.w Yol., Novemnber'20--"I'. . M--Cor
.I ton i rontg: miales -4,0-J ..>0le5-upl ands 18t;
- u !ri -in 1:' Gold 1J2
lLI ra m't. , Novembher 20.-Cotton firm
.-. I midi.inlu 1Si
.b t. (1Al RLESTONioYClUbe 2. OttO0 StC3dY
EVERYBODY WANTS IT.-UeS Wil) is the
EATI:T 1101'SKEEPER in our town1
e know her. She cleans her knives, lima,
indows, paint, oil cloths, tables vid floors,
id brightens her tin, brass and coppur
ares with Enoch Morgan's Sons' Sapoio.
<k for it. It is a good thing.
Nov. 1. 44-im.
The books and accounts of the undersigned
nhefound atMotte &Tarrart',Offlce. In
iv absence these gentlemen will receipt for
!countq due me. 1'. B. RUFF.
Sep. 20, 3S-;f.
MANtaCTUtuM-; EN-r;uIUS- IN CHARLEs
n.-Cliarleston is fj'-t becoutin ca in-,iufactur
igUs wc1l a commercial city. The larg-st manu
.ctory (if doors. sashes. blinds. &c.. in the South%
,n States is that of Mr. 1'. 1'. Toale. on l1orl
.ck's Wharf in that city, sales rooms at No.2
ayne street. Mr. Toae's adverti-ement appears
auuther columa. Nov. 1-Im.
'r.ooy PosTivs.-The immense sales of Sing
's Sewil 31achires is a proof positive of their
erits. No family knowing anything about
em are willing to do without one. Anything 5,0
the way of sewing. plain or ornamental. can ]
cdone on them. atd'a child with but little in- ecC
ruction can run them with fLcility The ma
misery is simple and not liaWJe to break or get
it of order. They have been known to keep in me
uLr4 rurning order for fifteen years without a.
eed of repairs, which cannot Le said of other fiei
tchines. 3e-3rb. Chick & Chick are the agents
t Newberry. tf. th
"MESSRs.$~ Gr.pFFIt & HIOPFMA N. Newspaper
.dvertising Agents. No. 4 South St.. Bal
more, 3td.. are duly authorized to contract
>r adverti.-ements at ourcontract rates. Adver
ters in that City are requ.-sted to leave their fa
ors with this house."
Mrs. Shealy, an aged lady, resident of
exington, liet with a severe accident, eo
esterday, by the running away of a ne
air of horses attached to a wagon, in _j
hich Whe was being conveyed to her ad
O--. ler shoulder was dislocated and
er head badly cut and bruised. She
as carried into Mrs. Stratton's boarding
o i:e. where she received prompt atten
'0t fiom Dr. W. P. Geiger.--Plocenix
L. R. MARSHALL says
ish by the string, Fish cooked, Oysters in
y quantity, or cooked in any way, will be
specialty with him during the seasor.
ou can get them ANY DAY in the week ex.
pt Sund.y. -
Also somethiig to drink--coffee mind
in-so don't ask for anything stronger.
)v-stcrs in the shell W ednes- Co
Nov. 22, 47-It.
BY authority of the will of NAAC KEL
AR, dee'd., we will sell at his late resi
n Tuesday, the 19th Day of
1 ;be real and Pe: nal Property belong
to said Estate, (not otherwi6e disposed
The RIa Estate will be so!d in three
parate tracts, viz:
'he Old Place-Cont.tining 148 4-10
[ore or less, adjoining lands of A. Weleb,
. S. Wilber, Jas. A. Welch, other lands
Estate of I. Keller, and Estate of J. J.
'he Sloan Traet-Containing 137 7-1()
[ore or le-s, a"joining lands of Jaus. A.
'elh, W. 1M. Kinird, E<tate of .J. J. Sloan
d other land< of E<tate of I. Kelle'r.c
'he Glassenek Tract-Coutaiuing~ 122
Fore or less, adjoining jand< of W. E. El-s
, Mrs. Ganmpbell, W. M. Kintard, and
A Large Loit of FLOUR,
)n Road Wagon,
1 Carriage and HJarness,
1antation Tools, etc.
TrnMs or S.ut -The person il property fo1
-ill be sold for Ga-uh. Toe landl, oe-hialf 0
ash, the balanuce ont a ere lit of one year, Li
-ith interest from date. The pmrchas, r to h
ive bond and niorigarge, (withI the right to o
areeose without suit) of th~e premises to
eenre the pirehnse money. pr
R. HI. WRIGHT, ,Eo tis
JOllN T. PETERSON, Exr.
Nov. 22, 47-4t.
BY consent of parties, I wilh ell at ptr ;
a the 12th Day of Decemn- I
.t the residence of Mr. TlO. F-. IA R- e
ION, tire followirng lReal Estate : rI
Tract N s. 1 .--on it hiebt is my Dwelling, lIU
inh ou.:, 8cr'ea, anmd allI ot her necessary [h
tildings. This t ract contains 30)0 acres, Nc
ore or less, of wich ablouit hurt acres is chi
riginal forest, well timbered. 100 acres fine
ot torn land, in a highi state of cenitivarion,
it acres of fire branch bottm lend, well
itcd,l the b1lance is pastiurage and pine
id. This place is well improved.
Tra t No. 2--Adjoinini' No. 1, contain
a 25, acres, more or less, about 150' acres at
f ahih is tine cotton hand, in a state of co
igh cultivration, the balance is original for. RI
t and pine :nnd-all under good fence.
'here are suitable lihorers' houses, lot and
tab!cs, also a fine spring of water close by. -
The latnds are situ.ited la imiles fronm
-ewherrv, imnediately on the Lautrens~ R.
I., join' lands of Dr. J1. K. Gary, A. M1. SI
eeder, anid lands iccntly owned by Mr.
ho. I". Hlarmoin.
Tva3s.-Onethird C'ash, balance 1 andl 2
ears with mortgage of premutisea
Nov. 22, 47-3t. W. 0. GOREE.
A lot of superh SEED WIlEAT for salc ~
vLIIVELACE & WiHEELER.
Nov. 22, .17-It.
Bacon and Lard.
WE are jurst in rec.eipt of a lot of beui-t
l Bright i3acon, 1>ry Salt Bauonr, Sugar,
irred Hanms, Sugar Cared lIreikfast Baeon,
tre Kittle Renoua, 1 Le-af Lard in~ Duckets
S6 lbs., I1iuls,, kegs, 4 ll. andi bhhs., N.
.Cabage, nrice Eating P'ota:roes, superior
'aridly Flour, in sacks arid bbs., or 1y the
eL.l.' Come all andu buy with cash.
LiVELACE & WiUFJEL
125 BBLS. FLOUR. P
We ha'e in store otte hundred and twen
v.five barrels Flour, from Augu..ta, St.
.ouis, Louisville, Ky,, N:.shville, Ten., &c., -
o sell l0w for cash.
Dried English Peas for eating, New
luckwheat Flour, anid a great many other
lie thing-s for sale by of
LOVELACE & WHEELER. Li
P. S.-200u doz. Fresh Eggs just in. Il
:o;tne soon aid get some. Ls. & W. o
W. B. . 011S10N.
Ws. uo i .... .......
GE".t. S. ()BEAR ........--------------.
J. W l .!KE.. ... ...... -.
.1. MEiCEl GREEN, M. D...........
W . J 31AGILL.......... --.----. -.--.
C F. M1cCAY....... .--- .
EDGEFIELD C. H.,
'ER'1I*T me to invite your attPnion to the c
t ii purely a HON11 C0.1PANY, char!ered I
500,000. Organiz,d but a little nore than t
D0 policies, insuring about $8,000,000, and p
ts reserve is amplc-hi.'ing aljut' 5200 of ai
)esiring to be properly represented throuzhoi
pleasure to com.ni-osion many ' tvefgentlel
mts for the Company. A reasonable pur,ici
I would repay you.
:o illustrate-iremii-iz will a.erag% about
(20 per cen'.) w!il be s30.
The Company has now t-we features paitic
I one of tmcze is, its LOW PLENI11U. LAr'l
At age 25 yeats, anual payment on -1.0
qith iivals in business our course shall be u
right thing.; and we urge upon all agents
diallv with all who seek and prac.ce right t
ts of this Compaay, and by the utmost etfort
Lny gentleman or lady, who will take an ag
Nov. 22. 47-tf.
AND & IMMIGRAT
FOR THE PROMOTION OF IM
A SERES OF CONCERTS WILL BE (
ic South Cadoina State Azric
AT THE ACADEMY OF MU
nmencing January Sth, 1572, at which Dr:
to Ticket Ifulder
ADEIY OF MUSiC BUILDI
AND CASH IN VAROCS A:
2,405 Gifts, ESTIM.4
,099 SEASON TICKETS OF
All Orde., strictly ConC,Ieitil. For referei
he Dr)wing of tli:s grc.it Southern .ute prise w
ing weh kpown Gentletr -u:
ienerai A. I. WItI fI . of Ceo. 'ia.
eneral ltADLUY T. JUM6t), o' Vgic'u.
remitta:Cs Cia b3 mal t' us, aaI th1 I
Cy. 3. r. BCr-La. Joex c1l
)ct. 11, 41-3 n.
DO Pieces New Style
0 Pieces Poplins.
New and Desirable
o. 22, 47-If.
A LL persons who can:empia te making cmn
rs with new<pipers for the iu,ertioni of
!vertiemen ts should send to
a Ciritar, or enclose 25 cents for th':r
ie Hundred Pige P'attoule t, conraii hug
ts of 3,000 New.'gapers' and estimates,
awing the cost of adivertisintt, also many
eful ints to advertisers, and. some accunt
the exoeriences of tmen who atre knocwn as
ecessul Advertisers. This firm are pro
etor of the American Newvspaper Advter
41 Mar ho, K Y
di are possessed of unequalled fa.ciliries for
turin the in,ertion of advertikemen ts in all
wepaprs and P'eciodicatls at lawest rates.
Sv. 22, 47-3m.
na Discharg e.
[ do hereby give' uoio to :ll whom it
V concrnt, tha;t I w ill makeO a tinaul .set
itient on the~ E-tat.-s of J. J1. andI A. W.
:EE;t, Jr. dee'd., ou' thei 2nd dayi of
cenber next, in the Probtuc ;onet for
aerry County, anzd apply for a final dis
reas Adm:inaistrator ofi .ates.
Nov. 22, 47-5t.
Sale of Notes, &c.
WILL be sold on Satle-day necxt, Dec. 4th,
Newberry G. UI., all the Notes and Ae.
un'ts belonging to the l'.atl of .1. J.
EDE R, Jr., dee'd., for ca.sh.
W. D. REIEDER, Adm'r.
No-. 22, 47-2t.
REESE & CARROLL,
[.tUNG ~ADli.URAH DRIESS1NG
SAL O ON,
North of the Prulek HomUe,
COLDUM\. S. C.
Room newly fitted and furnished, and gen
men atende-1 to with ce-lerity. after the
t approed styles. Nov. 22, 47-if.
A SiA L FA RM, h,'weent iV anid 7i
res clearedl land, within 7 or & milo< of
r-tow, of Newberry, is wanited for a
rmt f thre years.
For partculars apply to
Nov. 22, 47 2t New byurv C. 11. S. C.
I WILL havec a superior
it of HOGS to arrive at thi.s
Lace on the 27th inst.
GEO. P. COPELAND
Nov. 22, 47-l t.
PicLkJled ulmn 31arket Bleef. Some more
those nice Cabbage. Northern Apples,
tmone, and Oranges. Also a harge sup
Sof de'rble goods for Chistmuas aud
he ~r plentyi of mioniey times.
S. 7-i_nt. L \. tRidI.LL I
CE, MACON, GA.
...................... P s e t.
...........................Seem r .
............ Medical Emaminer.
... .uperinter.dent of Agencies.
I.GENCY FOit S. C.
laim< of this Company to your patronap.
)v the State of Geortzia, with a larp capital
Ao years am), it ha- already issed nearly
aid in lo;ses '100.000. 1
-ets to -100 ot' liabilities, and Its bulness
it the State of South Carolina, it woul give
ten and ladies as both local and travelig
of tine devotvd -.o its laterests, I am satis
$150 each policy. The commissions upon
,lariy Ce.i:sh'e, fo: b, th qgetts ar.d Insmrnr.
..................... ....... 2485
........ ................... 37.91
.................... ......... 63.17
niformly cordi-tl witb all who seek and prae
of this'Company. therefore, to co-opera
in.s, and while so doing, to press the busi
on your parts, to sec.tre good risks.
ency, either local or travelling, will plas
.W. A BN EY,
ENT. EDGEFIELD C. ., 8. C.
1GRATION TO THE SOUTE,
-ARY & CO., AGENTS,
ON, S. C.
aVEN UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
P urai & thanicaI 2oci
IC, CHARLESTON. S. C.
o ig will take pl:ce and distributions made
ol the enire
NG AT CHARLESTON, S. C.
10UNTS MAKING IN ALL
.TED AT $500,000.
ADMISSION, AT $3 EACH.
ices and full p:ticu'ars senrd for Circulars.
ll t,e conduc -d under the tupe- rsio of the ftl
ol mel. 11 1. R ZesF) -. of South Carolna.
iton. 110G it A. I:Yo. o New York.
.e,zets wdl b) s,,t by Rtra Xmil by
DWICK, GARY & CO.
CHARLESTOT . C.
P 11 A T A T 0-ii
T! E subscrziber will se'll at public ousccr
at Ahh.eville Court Ilouse, 0on Sile-day in
f).mbner ne'xt, the va;luale tract of land
at. White' HI il, o,wned by the lateRf(flA RD
WATSON, deed., containingf
o te or less. The place has'on ifik~e of
he :cosL prodtive lamd in the .(ounty,
thr1en from one haundired ant'fiiky to
to uu:dred acres of
FINE BOTTOM LAND,
ndis eq;II g e:ld..pted for the'. calNtion
of COTTUN and b r >TO0'K RAIIN. It .+
has on it
AN ELEGANT DWEtLNG5;
A FINE ORCHARD -.
Of PEACHES~ :and APPLES, and is well
wared. It will he sol either as a whole,,
or in) part to suit purchasers.
TElDis.-)ne-third Cash-the baianea
ou a ere la oh one, two and three years.
E. S. IRVINE, Receilver.
Nor. 22, 47-2t.
I WILL SEL.L at the late r if
MRIA.ET KINARD,. dee'd., four aRes
soth of Newberry C. H., oni
Wedne.sdayv. the~ Sixth day of Dbeein
ber~ next, -
ll the PEllSONAL PROPERTY of said dle
:eased, consisting o1
Hosehtold anud Kiitcet Furnitul%e,
fv,a Rdes.c of ( ottonl.
And othe-r thing' too tediosas to giention.
T ERtS.-A eredit of twelve months..wilb
be giv.en) on all sums of ad ove? twemiy,
e dohlkrs, the~ purebase4r to give good a.
nrity. All sa unde-AH
- J. M. 'KINA~RD, Exeento?.
Nov. 22, 47-st.
STATE OF SCJUTH! CAROGLIA
By Jamois C. Inhylt, Proatoai Jades
Wuxr..as, JIames A. Mars hath mada
suit to me to grant himt Letters of Adminie,.
trutin, of thLe Fate and elifects of Robert
i. Mars, decee.i
These are therefore to est anld adanis
all and sinular., the kindhred and creditors,
of the saidl t.skerdd to be and appear be-.
fore mue, in the Court of P'robate, to be held
at Newbetrry Cort Ilouse, on the 2nd day
of Weember next, adter publicatiou hereof
at 1 &'gh>ek in the forenoon, to she
ase, if :awy they hiave, why the said:
nduitratont shotuld noat he granted. Giv
undr my had thislithday of Nov
.~iA.E C. LEAIlY,t. .Ls
FOR SALE .
0 f .uiaick's \.ill, in the C.ale
bo hid W.~ W. RFL
\N o. 2 47-2t*
eend>erA 1, 71-to sa'
acu tsin the hI
31tt I- Tar.) for