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* THE VEEKLY HERA.LD.
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
WEDNESDAY MEORNING, AUGUST 2, 1865.
Gov. Perry '
Passed ,through Newberry, Monday morning
last, en route to his home and headquarters at
Greenville Court House.
IMPRoVEMENT.--The click of the hammer and
the clangor of the trowel is heard all over Co
lumbia. and so in Charleston ; houses are going
up-in all directions. -
" To Travelers. -
C. Y. Pool's hack lide connects with the cars
at Hope Station, immediately upon the arrival of
the down train, and will convey passengers safe
ly and securely to Columbia; it will also carry
passe igers from Columbia to Hope Station, in
time to take the train the same day for Green
- .Sale of Lbandoned and Confiscated Property.
NEW -On, July 12.-The 7imes learns that
Collector Draper yestetday puid into the Treas
ury $4,200,000 in gold, being the proceeds of
recent sales of cotton and other seized or aban
doned property. The moeey arising from these
sales is no longer a special fend, but goes into
the general treasury account, and persons hav
ing demands for property of,the kinds specified,
seized or destroyed by the Government, will have
to prosecute theircases before a court of claims,
and if successful,, wait for special appropriations
by Congress to do them justice.
Outrages at Abbevifloe
From various sources we hear of the partieu
lars of scenes of 9disgraceful character lately
occurring at%Abbeville. It appears that a ga
thering of the colored.population near Mr. West
field's dwelling, getting uproarious in their niirth,
mch to the disturbance Qf hisafamily, a, member.
of which was ick, Mr. W. politely requected
them to keep quiet. At which a number of tile
negroes threatened him with personal violence ;
beiig armed he escaped. Subsequently, getting
reinforcements they Eurrounded his house, an4
abused his wife; the most shoching baths and
epithets were showered upon this lady, too vile
for repetition. After .disgorging their bile -they
left. The next case happened as we learn, in this
way,.a gentleman and lady were .insulted on the
street by a negro soldier ; and a mem4er of thee
.ompany sent from this place, belonging to the
t* Y. V. happened to be near by, and hear-.
ing the threat nade by the negro to.kill the other,
* volunteered to protgct himi, and for that purpose
went to his house that night.. The negro soldiers
going there found the white soldier, and some
words ensuing, the latter was shot diad." The
* - cornmaader ofi the negro troops departed the
town shortly after with his company, fearing a
collision between .the white and black troops.
The next dayGen. aaWickarrived at Abbeville,
* and a proper investigation waa ha **-eam
* * cases, but what the result we have not learned, we
trust however such. affairs will not be permitted
'Brevet Brfg. Gen. VanWyck, at Greenville.
The Greenville Enterprise of the 2'ith ult.,
Brevet Brig. Gen. VanWyck, in commiand of
the Military District of Western South Carolina,
arrived in Town on Friday-last. The visit of the
General was in connection with business of the
hiilitary District. He remained until Tuesday
mornng, when he returned by the cars ,to New
berry, having despatchied his business here..
- :Whilst he was in Greenville, a general confer
enee was had between him and a meeting of the
.princi.pal citizens.*of-the Town, held in the bail of
the Minsion House, on "Monday. . A committee,
consisting of Maj. T. C. Boiling, .T. C. Glower;
Esq., and T. Q. Donaldson, Esq., was appointed
for the purpose of informing 'Gen. VanWyck of
- the assembling of the .citizens and to usher him
to the meeting. The niatters of consultation
were chiefly oi the mnanagemi~nt of the colored
? population of the Town and District of Green
ville, and the hiring of them by the white people.
He was quite amiable in his cony ersation, express
ing a readiness. and anxi6ty to listen to any sug
gestions or recommenda.tions from the gentlemen
* present, and discoursed with much freeness' and
complacency upon the different topics brought to
his consideration, in the offset giving assurances
of his concern in making such regulations con
'cerning the affairs of the,.Distriet, as would best
conduce to the weal and satisfactiori of the peo
* pIe generally.
* Upon being questioned-in regard to regulations
effecting the hiring of the colored population, he
expressed his determination to await 2.he return'
frem Washington of Governor Perry, before any
method of contracts should be inaugurated, as hie -
thought he (Gov. P.) woulId have fall and acr.u
rate instructions in all matters, inglading this ;
but in the meanlime the laborers were, if possi
bie, to be retained; si,mply.assuring the Negrees
that they woud be equitably compensated. This
. wtr have no doub't is as wised~ course as could be
As to the crowds of black loungers which dailIv
perambulate the streets of our Town, various
remedies were advanced by the -citizens, which
were duly-entertained and considlei.d; but tjhe
'General, before concluding, expressed th at the
way he thought to be the most effeesve, under
the'circumstgnices, and which he~ asserted would
We enforced by him, was the afresting and im
* prisoning of all who were fou:nd idling about,
without any visible mer.ns of support. A s there
is a propensity on the part of the Negroes to as
semnble, from one cause or arrother, where there~
are United States troops, even from the adjoin
ing'Districts, and it being remarked; the General
s tated that, for the rectifying of the same, he
would have stationed- on the different roads,
mounted pickets, who would order back all those
who.miIght have complaints to make, or any
others, cogning from contignou~s Districts, who~
would be heard when garrisons were established
in their own localities..
The conference throughout was pleasing, being
conducted in an easy, conversation~al way ; and
we doubt net but that it ha.s resuited advantage
ously to the citizens. . After the theme.e for w bich
disposed of, the'meeting was prolonged in social
intercourse ; and the General exp'res-d himself
highlygatifieti with the department of the peo
AN HOUR IN TOWN.
MESSn EDIToRs.-Four years ago this month,
I was on a travelling,tonr, and chanced to pass
through the town of Newberry, which was then
under Confederate rule. ' I noticed the. mannrr
in which business was done, and had many gubts
as to the prosperity and happiness of the - inhab
itan;#. Everythttg seemed to go on poorly and
I left the town dissatisfied.
Last Saturday I had occasion to be here again,
and I thougbt I would make a few notes on the
eondition of the town under Federal rule. I
visited the College, which is now the quarters of
Federal soldiers, and who seem to be enjoying
tbemselves, as well as the condition of the sol
dier will admit. I heard many'remarks as to the.
kindness of the Union officers who were statioa
ed in the town, and curiosity prompted. me to
look into the different offices, where the business
is mostly done. I called on'( n. Van Wyck, and
was well pleased with him, and his conversation
in regard to the duties of planters towards the
freedmen. At the Provost MarshMrs office I
witnessed a large number of returned soldiers,
Who had been in the army, taking the oath of
allegiance to support the Federal Government,
and ,1l its laws and proclamations. I then called
at the Ordinary's office, &ad was there introduced
to Col. Tyler and his young -Adjutant, (Libut.
Loomis,) who were very busy approving 1he con
tracts between the planters and freedmen. Their
conversation and advice'with the many planters
who visited them seemed satisfactory to all par
ties. They seem tintiring in their efforts to res
tore peace.and good orden amoiug the people,
both white and black.
In a conver?ation with them, they expressed
themselves pleased with the conduct and: treat
ment of the people, and seem to be satisfied with
the few acquaintances ,they have made. I must
congratulate the people of Newberry, 4or the
good officers they-have stationed among them.
The streets of the town Lave been clcaned and a
gaig of negroes were busily at work, and the
prospect of seeing cleanliness restored loots
promising. The place is in need of a good-hotel,
and I trust that a license will soon be given to
establish, at least one good hotel for the accom
modation of the travelling public.
Business is reviving, and all that seems to be.
necessary now is, for the mercbants to get in a
large-stock of goods, and be thus enabled to$up
ply the country.
My b.usiness is su'ch'tliat I shali frequently pass
through the town, and you will again hear from
me. Yours truly, . TRAVELLER.
A BrE's N\EST IN A MAN's HEAD-Somne viSI
tors to the battle-field of Seven-Pines, last week,
picked up a iemarkably well-developed skull, in
which a colony of bee's had built their home. It
was evidently a last. year's nest, for the bees
Wi m-it-TtInerrmner DeEar .k 4
solilogyy as touching as itatpronounced, by
Hamlet over the sygll of Yorick mnight' be sug
gested by this s';ul, and the strange incident of.
its becomiing the habitation of bees. Whose
skull was.it ? Nobbdy knows. Yet somebody
once'-knew the owner of it well, and somec heart
broke when he came n.ot baek from the battie.
That skull, that otnce perchance, was animated
by rare intelligence, that intelligence gone, be
comes the resting place of bees !-Rich. Whig,.
The-corfdition of affairs in East Tennessee is
represented as most deploi-abl-. Returned Con
federa~te soldiers are treated in a most shocking
manner, often knocked dIown, robbed and druelly
beaten by Federal soldiers-even the lame and*
sick not 'being exemipt from these outrages ; in
some instanees. death being-the result.
' All the fish, in a 'large fre'sh water aquariam. in
the eourt of the State. Prison, Massacimusetts, were
-kWed, by simply letting in water .throu~gh pipes
in which the air had been a long time standing.
Water vhich would kill a fish is not likely to -k
quite safe or healthy to drink. -
Dr UIubbard, of Paris, says that out of 100
persous, 65 marry, three of those get divorced,
eight leave their- partners wit,hout that formality,
fourteen stick. to the marriage relation, but fight
all the time, 30 vegetate,-and perhaps'10 out of
the~G5 live and enjoy themselves.
A woman has been arrested at Madison, ?Id,
for starving two children, her nephew and nmece.
She put them in a woodshed and kept them there
until the girl-died, and the boy ids discov~ered by
some people almost gone. -
-A Chinaman in Virginia City', Nevada, having
a grudge against a pig eyed fellow contryman,
placed a keg of powder under his house and sent
it into the air. The intended Victim), howcver,
was not in the d.welling at the- tirae.
In the town of Sarntia, -C. W.; a large boy
whipped the schoolmaste- in a regular, pugilistic
encounter, after w-hich, the femiininec scholars
stole the poor fellow's watch and stripped him of
his crothes Pleasant place for schioolmzasters.
The Pacific Monthly savs .that sixteen years
ago Gen. G rant was a mirier. In a blue flannel
shirt and a miner's rig the labored for two years
on.the north fork of the A'merican River, Cali
- Mrs. Darius Ha}H, liv-ing in Fiskill, and .the mo
ther of four bright and promising children, has
jiit dleser-ted h.er husband and children.and gone
oil' with. a negro. Stie has hitherto borne good
The last issue of the Topeka, Kansas, Tribune,
makes mention of some sixteen horse thieves
thac had been hung ini that vicinity with-in a
Provo City, Utah,'has made an application to
Governor Rhdrew o f Massach-usetts for six wagon
loads of uunarried ladies. -
The whot erop of northern Texas is now hiar
-vested. The yield has been very fair, though the
rust has damaged it considerably.
The log house occupied by General^Grant while
jewas in front of Petersburg is to be placed in
St. Zuke's'Bpicopal) Church *ill.be open:for
Divine Service on:Sanday morning, *half .past
ten o'clock. Seats free. The public-are-invited
MUsrc r1 COURT HousE SQrinz.---The. band
belongiag to the United States .forces, at this
place, enlivened the twilight hours of last Friday
and Monday evenings, with.a variety of well-exe
The brili'ant, blazing, burning face of 'did Sol'
is at last enveloped in masses of dark clouds.
For the past five weeks he has converted our
blooming, garden-spot. into .asun-burnt, sun-dried
village. We hope that a general rain may soon
fall to rejoice and re?resh animate and inanimate
PEPSOnirCol..3. II. Williams arrived here
Saturday last from'Washingtbn, whither he had
accompanied Gov. Perry, on his recent mission,
as a delegate from this district1 Col. W. says
that his reception generally was quite cordial,
being. treated with. uniform courtesy and,ind
MirITA r FNEriLs.-Three military funerals
were seen on our streets during the pa:t week,
bearing Federal soldiers to their long home. On
one occasion two poor fellows were interred the
same day. The following are the names of the
dead: Corp'I Henry Brooks, Co. F.; private Mi
chael Kernn, Co. L.; Stephen Hannah, Co. D.;
Wessell DuBois, Co. G, all of the 56th N. Y
Vet Vol. Requiescat in pacc.
FEY&LE ScHooL.-The design of Dr. Brantly
to establish a,first cass- school for young ladies
in this town, will give-the greatest Satisfaction.
The want of such an institution here is seriously
felt, and-we know of no one better qualified than
the Rev. Dr. B. for such an undertaking ; a. ripe
scholar, deeply read in ancient and dern liter
attire, and a gentleman of high tone and religiogs
sentiments, parents may safely entrust their
daughters to.his tender care and able training.
See advertiserngnt in another column.
Brecsn BROOMS and strong arms, urged by a
little 'moral suasion' can perform wonder, as
note the cleanly appeara'nce of qur streets dur
ing the p st week, and we trust. that the good
work may be kept up, there,ding no lack of
gool brushes and stout workers. The next thing
in order, or rather-out of order, is the diabolical
o.dor,that saLutes the-ncstri.l in sun dry and dilvers
places. Can not a renmtdy be found or a disin
f.ectant applied. The Comnman,dant will accept
thanks for forming such an efficient street f~orce.
* FANDANGOEs aind. water melon 'soirees' are b0
comnin; common, and the nightly re-uinions of th's
upper-prusts amon~g the colored yopulation li,'ely
naise sometimes, bnt it is impossible to sleep these
warm nights for the heat, and> the siging-and
fiddling, shufflir g, kicking .and .yelling, however
noisy, or out of seasoin or place, is nothing whrer
orne gets used to it, and serves as a conductor
for the heat. .'He that bath no music in hissoul~
and likes not such as this, is without taste. 'Eve
ry dog must, have his day,' and this is only a
change from that to night.*4
One of tE dispensbl articles of a gentic
man's toilet, is a neat fitting, well-made shirt,
without it lhe is not dressed ; an immaculatei bo
som is a proof of delicate t:tste. The next is-a
handsome stylish hat. And it is well that we have
a caterer for the public taste such as Harris is,
without liini we would-be.in a sad fix. He has
an elegant assortment of the 'tbove, which will be
sold at reasonable prices. His attentilre - and
pleasing assistant, Mr. Werthan, does his ut.
most to accommodate and gratify alk-who call at
RonBERIES aPe of Conimon.occurrence, and an
occasio-nal fir.e gives a change to the scene. Meat
houses, chicken roosts, &c., are swept nightly,
and any thing mnoveable or loose is clean gone by
morning. If something is not soon doneto arrest
these petty "irrepressible" pilferers, th.e farmer
will soon-.be redr~ced to a. pitiable condition.
Law and-order seem to have ~arted, and we
arc simply drifting on the currenr.
Dr. Garmany's ofice was broken open the other
night and robbed of a number of valuable arti~
cles, among which rivere several setts of valuable
surgical in.struments.~ Mr-s. Tiggins' larder was
entered and plundered of a'quantity of lard, etc.,
and friend Scott tells us that all his -bacon -was
stoIen a few nights ago. Major L. J. Jones and
Mr. James Cald well have also had naidnightyjsits,
We regret to lesra that Mr. Robert Stewart's
gin house was'set on fire and consumed, together
with its contents, ten bags of cottdn, one hun
dred bushels of wheat, thrasher, &c., d.uring the
past week. It yas thfwork of an incendiary.
M'arried;at the~residence of the-bride's father,
on the .2th ult., by the Rev. Jats. Mendenhall,
Mr, F. G. SrEixxMAx to Miss Ya -C.HoLuis..
All of N'ewherry. -
We acknowledge the receipt of the printer's fee
-a'handsome piece of cake. May the marital
bond rest as gently upon our fair -young friend
as care upon the placid brow of a sleeping infant.
.Married at Mrs. .Parker's, Newberry, S. C.,
July 2'ith,-1865, by the Rev. Prof.- J. P. Smelt
z.er, Mr. HAnvzt W. LATHrRoP, Of Savannah, Ga.,
to Miss .Assis KINsLEY, of Charleston, S. C.
. Fee received. May it 'ever be morning with the
wedded pair, bright, beautiful.and serene, with a
green and sunny spot ever to yield its fragrance,
mnclody and love.
4J sillere llats!
GENTLEMEN'S FINE FRENCII
J tST-received by-evpress from New York via
Richmond, a splendid invoice of Gentle
men's FINE- HATS and Fine FRENCH SHJRTS
and COLLARS, which can be had at small pro
fit, if quick sales are. made. At wholesale and
At the Cheap Store
Auetion Sale Revoked.
T HE sale of Fnrniture which -was advertised
to. take place August 7th,' is recalled, the
whole haying been sold to one person.
iewberry, C. H., July'29. it
Removal of Tin-Shop.
I Have removed my Tin-Shop to the house re
ceptly .ecpied a8 a Hospital, on Main-st.,
where I will be glad to see all my old customer4,
and as many new ones as wish anything in my
line. -W. T. WRIGHT.
Aug. 2 32-4t*
0 Frna~C IIe ia1f SCho1,
I Propose to enlarga the School,-heretofore
taut;tby me, and to answer, so far as 4 may
be able, the general wish for the establishment,
at this place, of a Female School of high charac
Thorough instruction will be given in all the
studies of a complete English Course, and, when
ever desired,-in the ancient;- classics, ant all the
modern Janguages u u.aly taught in the best
schools. My terms will be from x55 to .3Q for
the English course ; and ?25- additional ,for.in
struction-in any one of the other 'languages.
Board can, no doubt, be had for not more -t-an
$15 perr month, exclusive of lights and washig.
After the current Sear, I hope-to be able to make
-arrangements to take boarders i r my own family.
The Tuition. fees must be diaid in ad.vance, in spe
eie, or-its equivalent in produce, -at market rates
when paid. A competent teacher of Music will
be engaged.- The Fall Sessionu of the school will
begin on the third Mondaiy in September, (the
D8th,) andl end on thwj9th Feb'ruary, l-866.
*JNO. J. BRAN'TLY.
Newberry, July 24, 85. 32 tf.
- Newberry,July 311, 18,>
HEil Brevet Brig. Gen'l Conumnndiing, will
I.meet the inhabitants of Newberry. anid
ILau-rens District, at the time -and places below
mentioned, for the purpose of explaining the
i-ights, duties and obligations of freedmen and
employes. Employers are reapectully re.
quested t'ototify the freedmen ofahe tunec, place
and.object of the meeting, and furnish facilities
so that all niay attend.
- EwBERRY. DSTRiCT.
Court House, Saturday, Aug. 5, 1 o'clock, A. M.
Pomaria, Monday, 7,
Mabinton, Tuesday," 8,
Whitmire's, Wednesday" 9, /
Longshore's,. Thursday, 10,
Martin's Depot, Friday, Aug. 11, 11 A. M.
Lauren! C. KL, Saturday, " 12,"
Yongue's Sto0re, Mo'iday, " -11,
Tumliing Sh6oals, Tuesdasy, ." .15,
Waterloo, Wednesday " 16,
By order of
Brevet Brig. Gen'-I C. ft. T ,s WTCK.
'J AM ES DuBEo!s, O'aptain d' A. A. A.- GCn -
IHEAD QUARTERS scth~ REGT. N. Y. V. V.
-NE wDERRY, S. C.,. J,uly Sit. 16.
All contracts bec'wecu planters and freedmen
till be examined and approved at the Ordinary's
office, at Newberry-ourt Jiquso.
.-By order of~
.LIEUT. COL. R. TYLFBR,
- Commisgioner of LaK,r.
- - HExR B. LOOMIS,
Aug 2tIst Lieut. andAdjutant.'
Governmenit Claims -and Applications "for
TBHE subscriber has niade 'arrangements with
one of the most able ,and influential- legal
firms in Washington city, for the prosecution of
- Government claims and applications for pardon.
All applications for pardon under- the A wnesty
Proclamation must first be lodged with the Pro
visional Ge vernor,..and from thence forwar:ded.to
Washington city'for filial action by the President.
The intervention of an attorney, boths at this
place and Washington city, will.greatly facilitate
the transactioul a-nd cormpletion of such business.
C. J. ELFORD,
- * Attorney at La w,
. July 26 3 Greenville, S. C.
.EDWVARD S. BA1LEY~
Watchxaaker and Jewreler.
H AS resumed business in the wooden build
ing, (the old stand,) onl Main-street, op
posite Martin's Hotel.
All work executed with despatch, and wart
ranted, as formerly. -July 26 tf -
rHEREBY warn all parties riot to tr-ade for a
NOTE given by me to MICHAEL KINARD
for a Thousand'Dollars, in the year 1864, as said
note has been paid.
May 4, 1865.~. A. M. WICKER.
OF THE "MARTIN HOUSE."
HEpublic attention is respecfcfully :nvited to
- a choice selection of GOODS jus't received'
at the above named Store, consisting of
IRISH LINENS, -
SHA1E0 BON TS
G. P. CO M
A 1%rge assortment of .ery'superior
On.hand a large stock of BROWN SHIRTING$
and SHEETI?fGS, JEANS,- SODA, ENGLISO.
COPPERAS, SU(GAR, POWDER, TOBACCO,
&c., &c., all of whieh' will be sold at SMALl
PROFITS for CASH or PRODUCE.
. BACON, LARD, FLOUR, BUTTER, EGD3#
CHICKENS, and other produce- will be -TAK!N
IN EXCHANGE for".GOODS, at the MARKET
P.RICE. . J. C. -.MA16TIN.
Newberry,-S. C., (uly12, tf -
Strayed or Ste}.
ON the nigbt of the 9th inst., .a Small Black.
O.J Mare Mule, bery'fat, when left beme,.and
has left eye out, and a little scar on back a-d
shoulders. Any iiforniatiort will be thankfully
received, or_a suitable reward will be given for
the delivery of said Mule, in any portion of the
St -te. -lr H.- BUZBARDT.
July 19 tf
IHE ADQUARTERS, MILITARY DWISION -
WESTERN pI"'RICT, S C., *
*FOURTH SEPAJRTr RJzIog,
ewberry,.. July. 1, 1865
Gener&l Order No. 26
. All pehnits heretofore- granted for the safe
of Ale, Wine, Cider, Brandy, -Whis1cey or-ai t -
toxicatiag-drinks are hereby revoked, andne-liV =
of the same. to any person.or prsus . is prohi;b.
ited. . -. .
i11. -Any person haviog.in thei. posu
any horses, mules, wagons.or- atny "GovenrneM
property, will imnmediately repoirt the ame to-i
nearest military post and have it- recordedi
.11. All cotton being transport4c must be -ii
Lspected :by the nearest Provot-" Marsh,; ad 'c
mztked "Inspected and.Pased."
Any person fiag to'repvrt such property. will
be adju4ged goilty. of- viol'tion of 'Order4 and
punished accordingly. -
Brevet Brig. Gen. C. It. VAN
- Comnnimding Dik ic,
HEr.mB. Lodys, 1st Lt. A Adj't 6 K.Y. V.
& Pros'osc 41arshal. -
, IL o'peni. in Nawberr5', at tbelSession,
House of tlar Presbyterian CThurch, on
fthe Tst Mfonday, ink Septemnbe& a SCH(OOL for
*YpUNG L AplES. an5d CUI4DREN, -.deh will
. not over twelve yeara.-of- age will be re
ceived. Jalyt 19
- I.eHoses and 31168
'WO GOOD HOR8ESain&TWO G( DEU
jfor sale 91n reasonables termns,by -'
Juiy 19.tf- WEBlB &LOVYELACE.
* Admilnistrator s Xotlee.
LL persons havirig demnands -against thets
Atate of Col. Rt. C. 3IAFFKlT,dec4rns,are
regnested to hand them in to the u ndersigned'pro
perly attested on or befjere the'Ist&pteraber
next, and all personseindebteI2to.aaid estat, ai i
Iplease pay up by the saimy-tine.
4July 13, '65. 3 HENRY HlALF ORE,4dimr.
j -%Tote FounL. -
A FEW NOTES.and- ACCORNTS were.piad
II.up near thle Vrovost MarsiaWi offie,whic -
the loser can have by proving*~saumo sd farin
cost of.advertisemicut. ril at th is'officg
DEEBEC &' WILER.
AUCTION AM) COMMISSION
Ofice on .Asseinbly, betwien Plain and Wrain
-. ton agreetR, Co9lmsb&ia, S. C~
yII,L give proi$t attenition to the Sale ar,d
and d Purebase of' R~eal Estate, StocM, -
Bod,Personal -Property, Merchlumdize or Pro
duce, at Public-or Priate.Sal. - July 12
NEA HOUSE, situated in Heleia. On
tepremises are's good welH of water dI4F
a'fine yrehard-. The Iot contains over two aeres.
F6r information apply &i Jon io~ng, lena,
Newberry Diet., S. C..Jy264
FOR SALE. -.
A LOT -Q-SPEIRMNIL?O
ferry boats, etc.
July 13 7tf WE, B& LOVELACL
-DR. J. E. DAPRA,
I - SurgeonL -Deti..
FFId on the Nor-th aide otane
merl occumpied and known, ai .the
Office ofG. G. eWah.tEsqr.
Dr. Dapi-ay is now'prcparedito pbeform
rationg at the OLB PRICES -for A5 or i~
equivalent. -Gold fdllings 2 paar.
Newberry, June 1,285.
THE person -who f6und a 4WaYIlSION D(.
.UMENTI";ated Aprl.32 6,151 drawt -
in favor of MK . 'Bytw.~ 5,ud iget
Nathan F. Joh.nson, will reeeive- a -rewady
Ieaving- It at'the-store of 'Mr. Theo. ouin, in
Newierry. The,doeumnent is of-.no value to ay
one except the undersigned, a payment. of the
same has been stopped.
HIelena, .S. -C., Julyj6, 1865.