OCR Interpretation


The Newberry weekly herald. (Newberry Court House [S.C.]) 1865-1865, July 12, 1865, Image 2

Image and text provided by University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/2012218730/1865-07-12/ed-1/seq-2/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

*a.
THE WEEKLY--HERALD.
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WEDNESDAY ORNING, :ULY 12, 185. .
* Netice the('ags-31Mnt! It sigi fies that
your subeription is out, or nearly so. And that
when it is out the paper will we sert no more.
Bear it in mind, And if you aish to renew see
t&ms on first page.
To a Few of cur Subscribers.
Having enlarge3 the dimensions of the Her
ald, we send thi number tomany whose Lime is
out. Frequent solicitatiou. have been made to
Sy;us not to discontinue the.paper, that many of our
readers will rew, and only wait till they can
comply with the terms, o? ind a convenicnt way
of sendingin their provision.eturns.' We res
.ectfully make the suggestion that eaeh 'post of
fice club together, and shjp what they have to
send altogether ; this ,lau will save us and them
selves much unnecessary trouble. After this num
ber, subscribers who fail tQ renew,. will fail to
receive the paper. We beg that they will signi
fy their intealions without delay.
t Subsc:ibers can make their payments In Pro
visions, at the following rates : Flour, 50 lbs.;
Bacen, 12 pounds; Lard, lv pounds ; Corn, 2
bushels, &c., &c. -
son. B. 1.. Perry,
We learn, has received the appointment of
Provisional Goiernor~of South Carolina.
The '56th New York-Complimentary.
The following wer.mbie and resolutions, bear
ing an intimate connection and interest to this
community, we insert with much pleasure.' May
" . the sentiments'expressed therein find a rceponse
in this dibtriet, and the officers and men compos
ing the 56th regiment show such a kiedliness of
*sentiment and manner, as shall win for them the
title of filends :
SgMnyL.E, July 1, 1865.
GEN. VAIN WYcK, -
- Sir: Mine is made the pleas"
ant duty of communicating to you; and through
you, to you noble old regiment, their apprecia
tion by the people oC Summerville. May the 56th
N. Y. Volunteers ever make- friends of enemies.
. At a meeting of the Citizens of Summerville,
eld this 1st July, ';5, the~ following -preamile
and resolutions were. unanimously adopted:
-Whereas there can be more honiorable amity,
than that' extorted from gudem enemies, by
4 mutual good offices and good cond~uct ; and
* whereas, true courage is perfectly consistent withg
true kindliness of sentiment, the'refore
.Resolred, That we citizens of Summerville, un
hesitatingly expess~ our respect for, and regret
-at the 'departure'from our midst of the 5&t~h Re
shanding, wo ourteous and gen t'my ofn
*ces, hee n'ot been surpassed by any regiment
r - .ever quartered in this place.
* iResolevc,- That we commend the officers of the
56th, to the confidence of any. Soutliern commu
nity amongst whom they may be stationed, as
gentlemen worthy of respect and hospitality cve
ry where. .
12esolved, That those proceedings be published
in Charleston Courier, .and a copy sent. sent~ to
the officer in command of the,56th. Regt. -N. Y.
V., to be disposed of as Ke deems proper.
Signed .M. THIARIN,-'Sec.
.Wishing you Gen., and the gentlemen associa
ted with you evely success, in your aforts to res
tore prace and amity,
I am 'igth gr-eat respect, yours very truIf,
-R. J. LJIMEHOUSE, Chairman.
yourneyings-~How Made Now-3-Days.
The January freshets, and the march of Gen.
Sherman's columns~ through South -Carolina, in
* F'Abruny, did the business for travellers general:
ly. Eighity miles or so of 'the S. C. R. R. out o{f
fix, and 25 miles of the Greenville Road unavail
* able. The up-country in fact separated from the
low country, and not by an "imaginary" line
* either-yet peopla-ihave to travel to and- fro
* ~businees is inexorable, appointments mnust be
kept.
At first the only means of transpc#tatiEn was
represented by comfortless hfarnr wagons, and
peop'e paid $25 or i$50 to get to Colum bia, with
the satisfaction of feeling on thgeir arrival at the
.capital, as though they had been dragged by the
heils 'through a. marble yard and beat with'a
* stone mason's mnaleti Those rough, times, are
- ,now mended, and we are happy to-report that
matters in the transportation way are-much im
proved. Mr. LasSalle, the Sup't of the G. & C.
. R R. owrn a pca ri to Alstn, in
cloe cnnetior, iththedown train from
Greenville, on icstdays, Thursdays and .Satpr
From .Alstoa .gssengers ye transported to
Columbia, In Messrs. Cct:rtenuay & Olne's ligin
spring wagon, which .is fitted up eipres.ly for
* th.e comfort of' the'travciling.public. This conl
veyance offers special induce'ments to famniis,
as it is rooiny/ rn coo, Pardes~ on th
move, should make.engagements w' ah Mr. J. F.
-Glenn, agent, at the New berry d: pot. B-ggg
is nec~essarily limui ed to en C g BuC,a
*heavy and cuinbenome~ r.ek&e isc:rev:.
the comnfort of ps2sEZ:e:3 ar2 preve-. that ds
. patch which it i.: a ed 0::culd ~ *taacx: s
line. -' .
- W'hen far lies or ptrties of six or- ight wish
to avail themselves of t'.is convey.gee, r. Glern
is autt:,ized to mnale ceagements for the trip
oun moderate terms.
*ptch~ passenge:s to Osngb-:rg, S. C., or to
ingsiille, r.t wih;ri r.lr h rr
~. *
In this connection we wquld. mention that our
uicountry friends. have, by this line, an oppor
tunity of forwarding letters to Columbia and be
yord, wit.hout other expense than Widl be irn
posed by the United States Rost-oiice regula
Lions.
The mail bag will be at Mr. Glern's office,
Newberry Depot. .
It is needless to say 4i.'t passetgers from Co
lurbia connect with the Up train .from Ais:cn,
and ietters left wi:h :e aVen*n .CoiInbia. Di.
J. RusselI Baker, w: be promptly di:p-tched.
IIOnACE GRE:M.Y' AT'V!Cb TO THE N1YGR.
We hear that mar:v otth- back:s: thoroughly
distrustin. their old cnaste"s. piace all confi
dence in the Yankce who ltee rccently come
among tiitm, and will work Ibr thec o al
-most any .ters. We regret 0i ; f- while
many of these Yankes w"jnify that cont
dence, othcrs wili grosly ahse it. New frni
land produces man of the .est specime c,f
the human rice. ant along with ti-se, some
of verv meanest beings that ever stood on
two legs-cenning rapicious, iypocriting ever
ready to.skin a flint with a borrawed kurfe
and make (for others) a soup out.cf the peel
ings. - This class .:en become too well known
at home-'run out',-,as tlhe *hrase is-when
they wander all.over the ca:-th sh uiTing and
swindling, to the injury and shame of the
land that bore them ar-d cast then out. Now
let it be generallvpresumed bf the ignorant
blacks of the South that a Yankee, because a
Yankee, is necessarily their fr=iead. nd tiis:
unclean, brood will over.pread the South like
locusts, starting schoals and'prayer .n eti-igs
at every cross roads, -gettiig hold of abandon
ed or confiscatcd plantations and hir la
_uorers right and left, cntting timber he:e,try
lug out tar and turpentinh, th'ere, t n1 grow
ing corn, cotton, rice a;nd sugar, . whi:h they
will have sold at the eariie,t day ta:i run
away with the proceeds, !ca ing t,e negroc'
in rage and foodless, with winterjlust'coning
on.'
The.etp is full-we lavc nanora to Say
TrE LABOR -QLESTI.N.-The jw - tohk
Herald has the -followin summary-.at the
close of an editoria' upan t}ht. labor question
at.the South :
"The labor question, which is also included
in reconstruction; admits of a.very sinrre so
lotion. Those Southerners, wOite or black,
who *ill not work, must starve. This is the
invariable rule throughotit the Uritcd States,
and we'see no reason,to make, special excp
tion in facor of either the reCant rebels or the
recent.la:es.. WVe -will. lve rro apendix to
the abolition agitation. The negro ought to
bd let alone severely for a ye:r tr two, and
be will then manage to tn.ke care ~of himself.
We pursue this policy with our white p-yuk
tion. \Why should we adopt a diiffrent py'i
cy towards the, blacks?7"
WE~LL PrP ToGi:r1Ex.-At a prin-t&rs Festi
ul in Boston, a short~ time since, the follow
ing capital tcast was drank :
Tuia ED!To.-The man that.is expected to
knowv everything,teill-all he knows.a ad g uesa at
_ ___.__a . -n las own good osne
acter, establish the reppdati.c'n of his neighbors
and elect all candidaes to office; to blo:. up
everybod~y, suit cierybedy, and refornt tLne
world ; to live for the benenit of others and
hvthepitaph on his tombstone. 4Hero
he lies at last ;' ii. short,' he is a locomdve
runner on the track of rnotoriety, his lever is
'his pen, his boiler is filled withi ink, his tender
is'his'cissors, his drixing wheel is his public
opinio-n; whenever he explodes it is caused by
the non-payment of subscriptionxs. ..
'CHAROAL Fot Tt'RKrxs.- ur tuk'eys
were contined in a pen and fed on meal,boiled
potatoes and oats. Four other-s of. the same.
'brood were also at the same time confined in
another pen, and fed daily on the same articles,
but with one pint of finely pulverized charcoal
mixed with their meoal and potatoes. They
also had a plentiful supply of brekeri charcoal
in their peni. The eight were _killed on the
sanr~day, an;d there was a differpnce of: orie
and p half poun ds-each in favor of tire charcoal,
they.being much tr.e fatutet upd. the meat
greatly superior in p.int of tenderness. and
savor. -
In 15301, Philip 1 sent th.e y oung Constab!e
de CastRe to Rome to congratulate Sextus V.
on his atvan'ement. The Pope asked, 'are
there so few roen sin Spailn that your Cin~g
sen.ds me ono without a beaird '' 'Sir,' said
the fierce Spainrd, 'if is mj.ety possesel
the 'test idea thr:t yout. ng;i.e mer it Icay in
the beaird, he wou~la hav e depruted a p.atto
you anid not asr nteo
- WassimoN, Ja:ne 21 -Edmund P..ffin of
Virgina, who fired the fir'.t ;un, on Eert Son
tar, is d&ad. li contte suicidCe nr ih
manfd, on-Satrda bl,v1t, by bic-. ing his hearl
off with a en. d memcyndau;n was found
armond is 'pers, spirs th Richmondi Repub
le, statig that he on .ot. !!<. under the
Governme nt of tre. Uited States-that L:e
prferred det to doi::c s.
-Naro'u..m;.-ThC b:cks for subscrip
tion1 t.. 'Pe-Ap's Naional Bank of Soth i
Caro'r.a," wex' ::enouncedi ~ Dr.iii yes
terday, the mI inst.. :n the banl ing h4use of
the Peop ics B3ank, in Chrleston-D. L. Mc
Ray, W. H. Iou'-ton and J.'~ . Jtiggs being
eh conmssmel.Th d'eteent does
i.ot sy forIio-v lone a period'the, bocks tor
o be Lept op,en,-Coudrier 4th~ i.
TheL N'r York weid says there is no
roun~d for the irt' th::t an extra sesi.an of
' 1 .a Unie Sta e .ngres w-~iU be ca!!ed. and
trat ftee i no..h n thie rumors of chan
The Rev. Dr. Tahhnan, we tare g'ad topgr
elve, has so f:r recovered his health'and
~rngth as to re unle his pastoral labors, at
he German Lutheran CLurch in C?harlestion.
A French writer-has' said, -that to drean1
oiriosly, you mulst act gloriously while you
re awake-; and to brmng angles down to con
erse with you in your sleep, you muust labor
JR..
DX
S -LOCAL IT s. -
g We invite the,attenton of our readeA
to the card of Dr. -E. Dapray. Dr. Dapray is
a surgeon dentist of hig professional ability.
Having been atsociated professionally with some
of the first surgical den tists, of the South, and'ia
the enjoyment of a very large practice in Charles
tosi, immediate prior to the' war, he is prc
pered to perforn thL most cric nd delicate
work to 'e- found in the range o is profession.
.s
Tfor z:a.--or the past t'4o weeks the
th ermometr~has- ranged from 98 to 100 deg.
in t ie s hde. 4a tl.; office it would exceed those
fipyre=, if put to the test, and unless-we get rain
soo, aid a more temperate atmosphere, we wil,
is to be ferred, melt away entirely. Wa
could rottell. the power of the bir.:ng 'sun
:r,dA weh we have "perspirei" for th6 past
two we.=, as some graceless scamp "borrowed"
oug:rthe r m.ometer.
. A we go to press the atn:orphere has become
ecol r with a fine pros ,ect for rain.
Tir following named oflcers, so far as known,
co)ip:ris; the militarygommand of the Western
distric't, and of the town of Newberry: Brevet
Brig. Gn: CHAS. 1.. V.x WYcK, coinmanding
Westerrr District of South Carolina-head-uar
ters at Newberry. The 50th~N w Y-k regiment,
Lt. Col. ROCWEI.L TYLEn, comnantding, occupy
the:Coliege building. GEO.nOE IT. Fossann, Sur
geon. HTa B. Looms, Adjut-it &1. D. C.,
Assistant. Provost Marshal, lgcated in law range.
CArT. H. E. Lonn, Commissary of Subsistene,
and LIrET. Nonr.r ERjNs. Acl';. Comnissary
of 'Subsistence.
Goon.-In these t'mes of dmoralizaiion and
lay norality, i.ts-arelief'to chronicle an event
sueli as this: a faithful Christian rnan las drop
ped.sv upon this community, and if it dges not
Improve, whose fault- is it? 'We.hive issedl
him long, and his advent is"led'.with pleasure.
[ But we regret that he eime baek to, us -it qws
tionable company, all of whiili, however, lie soon
got rid. ie ackowledges tg having formed the
acquaintance of- no les tban six specWes of the
genus soldier's body-guar, ;iz. COnfedcrate,
Federal, army, prison, rail-road and steamboat.
Enough for one man truly.
NEW AD TFTISEMENTS.--\t invite .attatetiC
to the fllow inz new advcr;sCe::ns 11: tdat 's
papEr
- General Orders No. 1, revocation .of permits
to sell lignors, by order Brig. Geni. Van Wye~
tScaled proposals for food supp'ies for troops,
BI .. Loi-d, Catpt.ain & C. S. V.;. Mr. Martin's
Ichoice stock n ew goods, at the "corner store,"
under the 'Mattin Bonse'; Webb & Love.Iace,
epimndiid roping and fine stok generdk; Eug
li.h and Classical School,by Prof. P. 0. Edwiare,
1>y Ordiney; Notice ; SLore~ wanted; Infnr,a.
tion wanted; Duirbee & Walter, Commrission
Merchants, Columbia,-S. C.; J. N. & J. C. !gr
ti,100 bales cotton, 10,000 lbs. bacon, wanted.
- FoniarToN is wanzted, for the publiC benec5
as to the name, whereabouts and chiaracter, of a
singular individual who was last seen in the.nei;.h
borhood of .Beth~ Eden.church. The singularity
of -his conduct, passing and 7'gpassing the same
point severai.timles, without appareut object, ex
cited no little curiosity'and alarm. .In our opin
ion he should.be taken up aid eared for. Infor
mation as above is solicited.
Sinde the above was in type the rmystgry is all
explaiD,ed, and his -Dnime ascertained, ,the poor
fellow;overcomne by- the heat -of the d,ay Snd a
hearty dinner, feii asleep and dreamed of being.
ring-master in a circus company, consequently
he .per'ormed the singuilar feat.- of driving almest
in a ei 'e.
.- Notic6.
NEAR FROG LEVEL, July 8, 185.
W"herras Dr. R. CalviD Kibler having rerdered
e-misfTheoa to ma for'the asloioiCId fispms
him, cag.n of being cnpt:in of a pairty
w ho .ctrses :si abusdd myself and moth:er-in -law
I re ee&fully withdraw the charge, being saths
fi d th at I e was not along. I further eta:e I had
o uion to his former chaeter.
In jsdee to Ca ptai:? J. A. Kiblcer and A das
Sheeb:y,I would respectfuily make known to h
pahli' thait I am misSecd that every~thinig a:ppar
tani.gg to themi and th.eir k-indred was- false, andI
I ami sorry their raies arppared in my cortmu
nieniox: amoncg> the others..
* ~ JFLIA A. AUJLL.
L mor.S FRer SPI.AS AND BDiasS.LAra
egg, well beAten, half -a pint of vi?regar, an
ouriP c: ofspiits of.turpentine; a quarfter of an
o un oGpirits of wine, a-nd a qudrter" Pf
(.tnee of spirits of camnphor ; these ingaients
re ti, be mixed together, first dissolviing thec
ca$ho: in: the spirits of wine, -then put -theC
ixuein a bottle and shake for ten minutes,
aftr whLich it is to be cork~ed down tightly to
ex:lde the air. In half ari hour it is fit for use.
Head Quarters Westerni DIstricT, S. C.
iIFl RTH SEPA1R ATE BRIGAUE, -~
Genera! Ordcer )
. No..1.
I. All prm'a' heretofore granted for the salef
of !e, Wine, Cider, Brandy, Whiskey or 4i!y in
tocatiag drinks are hereby revoked, and seling
f the san. to any-.persou or peirsons is "proliib
:ed. -. -t
II. All pei'sons violating this. order 'will be
umariy triedend severely punished.
By order of
3revet B3rig. Geni, C. H. VAN WYCK, U. S. V.,
- . ComiTnanding District.
HENRI B3. LOOMIS, l
i a
OFFICE COMMISSARY SUBSISSENCE,.
NEWBERRY S. C., July 10, 1865.
SEALEt) Proposals, in 'duplicate, for the deliv
L ery of Salt and Freshfeats and Flour, for
issue to the Troops in the Military District of
-Wtstern S. C.. foi- three.months commencing
August 10th, 1865, subject to-the approval of'Oe
Commissary.General. will be received by the un
dersigned, at the office of the District Commis
sary, up to 12 M., August 1, 1865.
The names of good and sufficient sureties for
the faithful performanice of the contracts, will be
required in each bid.
All further inf rtion in reiacion to terms
cohtracE, and.placeA of deli:ry of Fresh Bs,1
can be obtained on appli;ation to-the undersign
ed,
H. E. LORD,
Jul?12 3t . Captain & C. S. V.
.0' BALES COTTON,
5\J 5 barrels Flour. -
10,000 lbs Bacon.
Wo will pay the highest ma,tet price for the
above mentioned articles.
J. N. & J, B. iRTIN.
July 12 20 3*
DURBEC & WALTER.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
ME80HAWT
O ice- on Asceni4, 1etw.:en Jai and Fasling- -
-- ton streets, Cha;.~ia, S. (.
W ILL give prorit ittentionz o-the Sale ar.d
and Pyrehase of-Real Estate, Stocks,
Bonds, Feisonal Property, Mcrcliaa.di. or Pro
duce, at Public or Priir Sare. Jaly 1J.
WA.'Wc.TED..
A SMALL STORE, in the tan of Newberry,
for which a liberal prie' will be paid,
19py at this office. July-12*
Information Wanted.
M Y wife,. Re becca: Bishop, deserted.me apd
our three chitdren, last M-nday night, the
Sd instnt 'She -was accompapird:by a mulatto
boy named Jerry (formevly slave of one Bishop.)
Said bov is about 25 years of age, siightly cro'scd
i,n one eye. My wife is 56, years old, but looks
much yonger. She has a mole on the chin,
which is quiti noticeable. Informatloli from any
one, white or colored, will be gratelully rppre
ciated. - Any.inteiligence -can be sent to me or.
Left at the. prnting office. J U. BJ 1'.
July 12 3
NECORNER STOE
i OF TflE -fMAR TIN HOUSE.
?jHE public attention is respec'tfu~lly inted to
.La choice selectioni of GOODQES just'receind
at the above name Store consisting of
CALICOES, -
BLEACBED SHIRTINCS, -
IRISH LINENS, *
- LINE~N HD S
- IL~LINEST& -
B OSIERY,
SPOOL COTTON,.
HOOP SKIRTS.
*FANS,
* "SS.AKF.RBONNNTS,~ ~
*A large assortment of .very sr.perior.
HAVANA SERATSt
&c.4 &c., &c.
On han d a large stock of BBOWVN SHIR TINGS,
nd SHEETINGS, JEANS, SODA, ENGLISH
COPPERAS, SUGAR, POWDF.R, TOBACCO,
&c., &c., all of which will be sold at SMALL
PROFITS for CASH or PRODUCE.
BACON, LARD, FLOL'T BCTTER, EGGS,
CHICKENS, and other .produce ivill bc TAKEiN
IN EXCHANGE for GOODS, at the MARKET
PRICE. .-J. C. MARTIN.
Newberry, S. C., July 12, tf
ENULISHI & gLkS88UAL
'Q']Il FA LL-SESSiON of this SCHOOL estab
lished by me-in t.he buiMdings of' Furinan
Univ -ity, will OPEN' ON- WEDNESDXAY, the
SECONI of XUGUST next, a;.d 'ENP DECE3I
BEKR ELEVEN T.H. Trhe prese6t, or Spring Ses
sior; v.li ceose on the 26th i:st. . -- -
I am hiappy toinfori Jhe pu,lic t hat I sh-ail
hiave agsoeiated with mne Capt. JYG. F. LAN
NE AU, formecrly- Profeser-in Furman U iversity,.
and reccently elected Professer-gin the Ci.adel.4
Academy,. whose characr as a' Scholar audd
Teacher is well known.^
IInving ilready had a number of applications~
fromu young men rcturned rm the arn,y, and
others, who desir-to resumec and complete thei
studies, I will. here state that every- facility -w 1
be esxended-to tis i elkss of Students, for whom
a Co:lege d3iln ioposed.DO
The TFlai'n wiml be TWFNTY-FIVE DL
LARlS P'ER SWIN, as heretofore, payale in
spccie, or itsequiv1alen1t in Prodacd, at currenti
tfes w heu1 aid, -
Good Board, exclusive of lights and washing,
can be had for-$]2 anid $15 per moDnth, payable
im coin or its epdvalent mn pronis;ons at .curreut
pices.
P. C. ED WA R!S.
-Ju!y 12 3 . :s I
STATE OF .50TUl CARIOLINA.
- -~ NEwnsr~ DisrRtcT.
ByJ .P o, t rnry ofNic-j
be'sy Di.e-trict.
p-NR AS .-A. Ruth&fordI, has aplied to
ni ue or Letters' of Admin:istration3ii a~il
md singular the ggods and,. chattels, rights
mdl e rdits of Dr. Thomans B.. Rutherford, law ofJ
he district aforecsaid dea:cd:
These are therefore to cite and admo.aish all
nd siugular, the kindred and creditor-s of the
aid deceased, to be and appear before mue, at
~ur next Ordinary's Court for- the said Distrier,~
o be hoiden at Newberry Court- House, on the
4rh day of A pril inst, to shew cause, if- any
by the said Administration -should not bie
ranted. .
Given under miy hand this 30th day of June,
ithe year of otu- Lord one thousand eight "
udred and si-t-five. - > -.
- d J(HN T. PETEL!SO, o..
e
FOR SALE.
A LOT OF SUPERIOR MANILLA .ROPE,
suitable.for baling eotton,.for threshers,
ferry boats; etc. '
Jer b2 2tt WBB &.LO_VtACE.
",i DR. J" EoDAPRAY,
- Surgeon Dentist.
- FFICE en the North-ide of.Main-treet,for
merly occupied and known, a the' Law
Oicerf-G. G. DeWalt, Esqr.
Dr. Dapray is now prepared to perforrb nI ope
rations a:, the OLD PRICES for CAS"- its
equivalent. Gold fillings $ each.
Ncwberry,.June I, '65.
Just' Received
, WELL selected stock of DRY GO?DS
i Gents Furtishring Goods, consisting- of
Calico, Linen, Lawn,. ShakerHoods, Ladies Hose,,
Gents' +Hose, Gloves, Neck Tiea, (gars, &c.,
For Sde at M. Fobtp's Store,
-Main Screet, Newb&rryC. H., S. C.
June 28 27,4f1.
-PRIVATE BOARD.
T WO OR THREE CENTLEMEN, can procure
Boair, without odging, in a ptivate famtly.
Apply at this m.
-.Jalc 5 28tf
STRAYED, -
RO.i me premises a red and white '.nd
calf. The m,rks.on cow right..e r co
and slit ; left ear. s!it. Also, a red -an i te
buli vC.ing, witii- the atre marks.. A reward
of ten dolar.; will he paid for'their delivery a
Ml. ion ho-.se, Newbcrryi 'N.
4uly . . J.B. L&sSALLB.
Baptist - State . onventtol of oath
.Carolina.
rTHE NEX'T ANNUAL MEETlGaf thisbody
U will be held with the Cross RgadsBaptist
Church; near Ohappell's 1 pot, on.Friday, bifore
the fiffh Suzdav in July next.- Detegates com
ing bg the Greenville' Railroad till be nietiy
conveyances at Chappetfs.
J. C. BREAKER;.Sectetary.
Important .otIce.
I will excnange four tushels coa rse- Liverpool
. Salt for one barrel of F!our Y.and one busbel
Salt for two of corn ; .a d will 'ido pucbase -
Wheat for 'which I Aill py the MarketPrice in
cash.A. ARRI.
Jnne7tf *
- driCE GU. Spr's f. & C. $.
NewberrgNay 16,8tg '
O and after Friday nest, 19tf#iay. the
0Trains on this4toad will ran~t Wtrinies
Leave Newberry oi Mony W.d.eckdysand
Fridata. --
.Le:ave Grcenville on Tucsdaye, Thursdays -and
S'aturdars. --/
All Frei.ibts w'1 he carried -eni the asnmger
Trains, at regular Frdight -Rate no1t- donble
Jus A R R IVEF
* - FR
ACHICE1~id WEiL ELEd N TOCK.
-of GOODS, which I anrprepare&t6 0IBr
At Retail for a small advance,
and can give -a FAIR .MA RGIN to dtesless in the
city and co.untry. My-stock cons.ists in part of:-.
Boxes SMOKED HERRINGS, -
"COLGATE'S WASHING 80AP.
" . TOILg SOAP, -
BbIs. BROWN-SUGAR. .
Chest YOUNG ETYSON TEA, -
Kits'MA~ICKEREL, -
Cases. PICKLES, gaarts and pizate
Boxes-CANDlY; ass'orted.
Frails FRESHI DA1TES,
-BoxaT TRlEY YCS,
"R AJSINS,
-" FRESHF LEIONS.
"SOFT' SIHELL AtL0OND;,
: iJUTTER CR~ACKERS,
G CINGER.CA ES,
" *LEMON..
" DAlRY CUEE
"SARDINES.
"C HOCOLAT'E,
Dozs. NORTHERbN B3ROOMS,
Boxtes Cogate's PEl-RL, STAEGE,+
" BL ACK INK, in st'.pds
" YEAST,PWDERS-irkee~
" Brown's EF. JA MAtcA G1NGER
.Ca.ses SPA R L ING SCOTCH ALE,
-Boxes HAV ANA SEGAIRS,
" -NASON'S EL ACKIiNG
J)ozs. 860OE BR~USHES,
Bores FINE CUEW ING TOBAGCC,D
" SMOING TOBACCJO
"Fine Cut C~e wing TOBACCO
SPERM..CANDLES, -
BACON, EiUTTER, LARD, -.
FLOUR, MOLASSES,
C2A1B.ON ATE.-SO.
BLACIK LEPPER, -
MANIL~L L. ROPE, FINERS,
COTin)N C'A RDS,. M'A'ICES
- GUM CAM1PHOT, GiH OPId -
QHi.LOROFORMt CAt.0EEL,
A snail stock of LHARDWAEEB and4 STA
Give m~e a call, and judge for yo elves.
HARDY SL G
-COLIBQHl&,S. C.
In basemuent of Mr. L. Levy's hose
Corner of Assembldy and Piair streetsX -
Jun.e 14-25 6%
-NO'ICE
[ HEREBY warn alD parties 'nottotrad for a
NOTE giVen by mec to MICHAEL KEh'AR1
>r a Thousand Doi!ars, in the Year 1864,ussaid
ote has been paid.

xml | txt