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THE WEE.KLY. HERALD.
-XWBERRY,. S. C.
WENESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 30, 1835.
Alre Sign of Success.
No one who reads the ilerald but will be grati
fled to know thatJts increased business, -both in
advertising and subscription, is such as to war
rant the-present enlargemeit. Nor is it as large
now as we design to make it, but Rome was not
built in a day, nor can w'e present such a paper
as we ivsh at present, but trust before it grows
greatly older.to give a full double sheet. In the
meantime all in our power shall be done to ren
der it acceptabl to its already. large circle of
patrons, and look for a greatir-increase.,
To the- business ctmmunity of Columbia,
- - Orangaburg Charleston and Augusta, it will at
be seetbat there is no better medium of
cirentin though which to advertize, than in its
kriend Wilson of Abbeville is' informed that
the ink did arrive, and that woreturn thanks for
the same. The Bn%lltin Lowever seldom fators
us with a visit.
Trial of Mr.avis.
A Gincinnatti dispatch to the Mhicgo Times
ss : The Hon. George E:, Pagh.has received,a
iutimation that the trial of Jefr- Davis will'-seon
- *akopLce ina civil court, and he has ,comnien
- ced'-preparatioxis for the defence, which promises
to eclipse; in criminal proceedings, any defence
everbkown-in this or the old country.
The Charleston News,
e- bive been favored with the first numbers
qf thia)paer, lately, started idi Charleston, And
hairts appearance with pleasure. Its editors
and 'prope-etors are native euth- Carolinans,
ithe marked abilit both in. matter and to- I
pographical arrangement and execution, shows it
to be uder ab management and commends it
to the public. 3dr. Cat-heart, of Spartahbwg, is
its leading editor, and -Mr. J. D.TMiller, of Char
leston, the local editor. Messrs. -McMillan and
31orton, its skilful. mianagers. We heartily w ish
the 'NevW'abudidant success, and hope'to see its
bright pages regularly' hereafter. hope prspee
T6 FORWARiNG Ts-.;S.-S6 long as our
Roads are. disconeeted, must the public gefieral
ly employ agents to assist them with their busi
ness, at distant poigts; a custom both wise. and
ecor.omical' Now-aidays business men are want
eand.we take pleasure in calling attent'on to
the card of Mr. Wmr. A. Couirtenay, who,. for the
- . present off'ers his services as~a forwarding agent.
Ourrefogee townsman may not say " Itis m~y vd
-' cation,"'to fo;ward cotton or furnish transporte
ion for families to return to their old homes on
the sea-board,-but we think with him there are
ties'for work, and that
. "Wise mhen ne'er sit and wail their loss,
BItcheerily seek how to redr:ess their harmns."
- r. Courtenay can be useful ii'th'e business he
as andertaken t do,-and we.have no doubt his
*thareDif the work offermg.
charleston, Coumbia aMa Orangeburg.
- See eard of J. A. Armstre4', Commission Mer-[
ckan;4 Charleston, who we take pleasure in recom
meridirig to therpublic.
A.3 mith, factor, 'and General commission
* merht, givesisome of the hest of references.
Read his card. -
Atention is'in'vited to card of Stocker & Son,
Orangebirg~ they pdrchase cotton and produce,
Dais& cFat hv tei.fag.ot,a on
M!erehant~ Columbia. Take our hand -old feij's,
may your- shadows niever grow less, and business
flow in upon. you ab'undantly. -
No one ian doubt the enterprise. and success
*ot Har'dy Solomon & Co., they never tarry by the
ay tinless irish the view to gratify'- the publie.
' - Their pressen2t stkogk.s extensive1 body and. sole
- - are both thought of.
* . ' ureldftrie'ad-E. E. Jackson is. afloat ina
eraft whici carries a-valsable- cargo of- merchan
dize,wiese mooring is at BedelVs row, Columbia,
The it'rr.ens of Newberty and up dounty are cer
di-ally iavited to-call- on him and examihe his
5tock. :May fortune aniile propitiously on him:!
Seedad n noter columin.
n ia cald tn. be found elsewhere, it will be
seen thait~the old,firmi f Wilams &; Covert have
once more resumes4 busines. Mereb'ants and.
otHer5 will do well to give them a call- before
4 pur chasing elsewhere, they will certainly fmnd it
-to their advaitage. The old friends of-the Senior
partner to willrbieased to shake~ himb:h
Bhe marrying .imn in opposition to the wishes of
band, his past association with the, gallant Gen.
Morgan, as one of his stiff, and his dangers by
'flood and field,'.-now fits him the more to enjoy
the pleasure of a more quiet :life, and give a
greater attention to business,
.The dedayingjeassaes-of the sheep sacrificed
at Courban Bairam cansed the ehelera in Egypt.
-The sum appropriated for their baid was steien
by an official- .- -.
* ~ The villain ! there must be a secret freb ma;
scnry between officials, or else how acecunt for
the rascality ; but as it comes from a newspaper,
which many skeptics say cannot teU the. truth, a
'liberal allowance inust be made accordingly.
An old criminal was once asked what- was
the cause which led to his ruin, when he an
swered-"Cheating a printer out of two years'.
subscription ! When I bed done that the
-devil took such a grip on mue that I could'nt
shako hini off." Delinquents, -reflect -before
it is too late. ______
Texas papr rpor th o rs infesting
Texas as having everything- their own way.
Several persons in Hays County wcre hanged
till nearly dead, in order to extort money
from them. Between San Antonio anid Austin
the stages and wagons were'regularly robbed.
WP'E PRtEFERABLE.-The use of the w-ord
"lady,'' instead of the word "wife," is a vul
gnrity in language. 'We often flotice it in ex-~
change papers. There is no better or more
expressive word than "wife," and we hope
journalists will inisist1 on its torrect use.
A letter from Paris received in Washington
says that great hope prevails among thie
Fr~ench officials that there will be an Ameri
*can recognition of Maximilian at no distant
day.
The Springfield Republican says the cow
that dranik eighteen gallons of whisky recent
ly- in Troy has been furnishjig her owner
with milk punch ever simee.
A ~ L',.~nrI~ (~rn,rt~~ had committed
LOCAL ITEMS.
Corporal Bowman, of Co. K, 56th Reg., com
witted suicide last week. He shot himself thro"
the heart. No cause is assigned for the rash acti
Folks will confer favors, and we must ret'rn
compliments. The dashing Adjufant Eomis,
touched us vitally this' morning, 1%hile under a
cloud, and we are now as bright-as a- new-dollar.
May lie never grow dry.
The unusual numb'elr of advertisements this
week, tdgether with th fact that a 'chill' took
hold of our 'jour' when he was th most needed,
oblige-i us to lay oer several communications.
No offence is meant is to the authors, necessity
compels it.
We are requested to state. that Capt. C. W.
Parker will open an extensive and beutiful as
scftment of Dry Goods, on .o morrow, in the
store next to the Provost Marshall's office, Law
Range. This stock of goods, it is said, is most
desiable and embraces a very large variety of
just such articks as the lad s love to look at.
"The proof of the pudding is in chewing the
bag." and the su-rest way t.o test a ,egar is to
smoke it, and that we have done, and n-.t one
but many. The cleaii thbing is done* at Harris',
and it is he w%ho has the article, which while puf
fin- will di-ive of~the. blues, and smooth away all
wrinkles. We- a re once again under obligation
to Harris and i.is agreeable Werthan ; thank you
gentlemen, may you koth 'li-e till ye die,' and '
smoke all the while. One word, -smokers, if you
want good segarc, go as above,.aud tarry not.
T zI M:mt-on Saturday, w's quite large,
but'sttange to say; rio one seemed to kow what
brought them tl4ry, or 'what they had to do..
Confdsion *4s predominuant. -A chair being ap
p3iuted,,a motion was called for, several of which
were offered, but as most of them were in appro
po they fell to the ground. That of calling upon
andidates -resent,. to signify whether they would
erve. or not if elected, was agreed to, and Mes
srs. Keitt, Lake, Summer, and Williams'respoud
d in the aMrmative. Mr. Stewart, being absent,
was answered. for by a friend. The four former
iddressed-the meeting. - To say that much light
was tbr,wn upon-the various subjects agitating.
-e publi' mind, and with which, it:appears to us
the convention will have nothiug to. do, would
e- saying -more than was . so. Want of room
.orbids longer notice. The communication of
!ato in another column, on this subjcct will be
f interest.
A DTERTISEMENTS-EvYery body is advertising in
own now, all who have anything to sell, and we
re pleased to name them as follows5:
Webb & Lovilace-Dry Goods, Groctries, and
igeneral variety of desirable articles, cheaper
han the cheapest.]
Wilson & Ring-Groceries, ar.d 'a general as
~ortment of otlier goods.
Win. A. Courtenay-Forwarding xiierchant.
A. M. Riser-Large stock Crockery Ware.
H. Bartlett-Furniture Sale.
R, F. Atwood-Sale of Furnuiture, and farm ,.
tock. - 3
Due West--Openiing Male and Female Colleges.
W. J. Sayer-Pistol Stolen.
F. F. Butler-Melodeon for sale.
I. F. Bierfiel-Tannery.
J. Kn. block-Books soon to be opened.
Drug St ore-For.sale.
Misses Girardeau--School opens 4th Sept.
-Mrs. Anderson-School opens 4th September.
D. B. Wheeler-Grocerles, etc. etc.
Gol. R. Tyler, Headquar ters-Various interest
ag and~ important orders, among others the ex
~esive sale of propcrty, 'and adreward of $500
~or apprehension of one John E. Gillamn.
CodMMNCATED.
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Aug. 28, 1865.
Numbers of anonymou's letters having been re
eived at Headquarters, the following informna
ion is'respectfully given to those persons who.
re in the habit of writing siuch letters, ad who
eemashamned to attach their names to the~m. It
s neither the mark of a lady or -gentleman, to
end such -letters as have been -received, and
nore patticularIy to neglect or forget to attach
responsiblane. The har.dwriting'of the let- -
ers received have been examined, and the wr'r
era are known, and the.ir preciouIs epistles-con
,igned to the waste paper basket.
There is no do,ubt but what the presence of
'ankees in Newberry are distaste ful to -some
ew people, but they -'will have to abide by it for
ome time. -"Fools in pintaloons" do not seem
o0 be as numerous as -"Fools in -petticoats," -as
ome of the latter class are to be seen on. the
treet negrly every morning, 'dressed in go6d
4yle, and~ flo'urishing their' diamond rings, but
who are actually, willing to sell their furniture,,
while others are dependent on their neighbors
or the greatQr portion of their daily bread.
Tha last card received denote) by the- writing,
a. lady of education, and it is a great pity that
she can find no better use for it than by writing
to a Yankee and being afraid'to sign her name. I
For shame, Ladies ! Can you not find some
better employment to occu'py your sweet leisure.
Remember the adage, "those who live in glass .
houses should -not throw stones."I
FOn TnlE CONvENTLON.
The following genlemnen are respectfully nomn
inate'd:
Hi. SUMMER, -
J. 11. WILLIAMS,
MANY FRIENDS.
EssRS..Erroas-Please nond~ate the follow
ing gentlem.en to represent Newberry i-n thec cou
vention: :
---W. W. McMOR RIES,
R. STEWART, -
A COUNTRYMAN. -
roa Saras-'ese4cominate the follow
ing gen'tlemnen for seats in the ensuing Conven
tinB . P. L AKN, -
R. STEWART.
FROG LETEL1.
The following candidates are -pectfully nomn
iated for a se:& in the approaching State Con
vention:
C'A PT. E. S, XEIT T
Ang 9 td -NY. VOTii -~
lHEAD) QR'S. 2D SUB DIST.
IIT. OF WESTERN S. C.
Ne wherr'y, S. C., Aug. 25, 1805.
$;300 ImWARD.
The above ~reward will be paid to the pcrson
or persons, who shall arrest and Jeliver into the
hands of the Provost Marshal of- this D)ietiet,
0one
.JOliN H. GILLIAM,
-who murdered one CAROLINE, ajfred-woman,
on the 27th inst. Lot
- ] vrTY Tann, Col ommaning.
TO THE BOOT ANDSHE MAKERS
Of Newborry and Surrounding
Districts.
We have opened a full assortment of
Root and' Sb'oc Matorials;
as fol6ws:
Crimping Boards, Men's R and L Lasts,
ewing ffafts, Women's & Misses do.
Peg -do. Shoe Nails,
[nk in Pints, " Nippers,
Clamp Wheels, -" - Pincers,
en's & Womr's Stamps, Eyelet Plyers,
L & M Pat.xeg Als, Cast & Si'r Shoe Kniv s
1' S Fork Tacks, Heel Balis,
Longsized Stks, Enal?sh Lastin
Cotton Laces, Pink Lining
Shoe welt & Sp'g Keys Covhi)eal Roans,
Fudge & Forelmil Boot Hooks,
wheels, lcot Trees, p1:il,
xun Cloth, .lliLhScrews,
Shoe Thread, S1oe PCg
Shoe 1lammers, Shoe Ra.r,
Swing A%ils, Extra4--ingj'unchus,
P~eg }Floa-ts,
-ho- Bristles,
aloon,asure Straps,
Boot Webbi C S A urnishers,
Fbike Guim Tree.. Bopns E.eles,
Rusbels Sloe Pe-s, ke. inhgreh t Variety.
Forhoaae byn
xAiDY SOLOMNON & Co.,
COLUMBIA, S. C,
Also an assortment of
DRY GOODS, DRUGS, &C
CONSTANTLY ON HANCD.
:Irsons visitiig Columbia are solicited to give
is a call before gaking their purchascs.
aug 0 36 4t . S.
IF YOU WA-NT
THAT' ARE IBARGAINS,
tO. AT ONCE TO
HARRIS' EXPORIUM9,
hat is Ohe place. Ie is not here himself, but
NERTHAN is, and besides he can change any
ize of bill ; He can and will accommodate in
my arid every way. aug 3 lt
fIats at Old Prices.
WILLUIMS & COVERT,
mOLESAL HA-TTrS,
L16 Mveeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ormerly L. R. Williams & 00., 161 Meet
ing Street,.
Have resumed their -old business of HATS,
~APS and STRAW GOODS,. at 116 Meeting
t., next do3r t.o Charleston Hotel, where-they
ill be happy to see their old customers, frienids
nd public generally.
We are prepared to supply the Trade at OLD
~RIES. -
Merchants visiting the-city for -the purpo5e of
nrchasi- g goods, wilR do well to give us a call..
L. R. WTLLIAMS, II. C. COTERT.
aug 30 30 4t
A. SYDNEY $iIITH,
3ENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
ME RCH ANT,
~R#'er8to-Charlest'on, S. 0.
. S. F.ARRAJR, BRos. &Co. C. D. CARR,
~. W. Wa.rLIs & Co. Jos. PREvost,
BU-rLER & EE,
aug 30 86.3
.D. DAVIS, W. T. McFEAT.
Co mssion and f[walding
NSotiqe.
The undersigned,-late officersobf the Greenville
a Columbia R. R., at Columbia, will until the
aid road shall be repaired between Alston and
~olumbia, undertake to forward with.d'ispatch,
rticles of severy description, to and from all sta
ons on that, road, and Columbia.
Irbey will also bu or sell on 'Commnission, arid
ttend to business of any kind offered to them.
Address them at either Newberry-or Coliunbia.
auig 30 36 3t DAVIS- & McFEA T.
MELODEON FOR SALE.
AGood Mlodeon-Mason &'HIamlin, Makers,
L.Boston, is offered for sale, at a bargain, it
~arly application is miade to
aug 30 #6 3c N. F. BUTLER.
Schobol Notice,
l'HIE Misses GIRA RDEA U will begin the EX
.ERCISES of their SCHOOL on Monday the
[th September, at the Session House of the Pres
yterianl Church. . .August 30
I)rllg Store for Sale,
~'HE STOCK and FIX.TURES of a .Whelesale
I.and RETAIL DRUG STORE, in the~Tonn
>f Newvberry, S. C., promninently situxated; and of
ood patronage, will be sold at a bargain,.if ap
plied for soon.
Satislactory reasons assigned for seiling.
Address.box 88, 2Kew6erry, S. C.
.Aa.g 30 30 tf
Ly-Charleston Couricr and Columbia Pho~nix
copy 1 week,
r HIE.SUBSCRIBETR will shortly open, at New
.Lberry Court.-House, a complete assortment
offCHOi and -other BOOKS, STATIONERY,
USIC, a-nd all artieIes'usually fonnd in aco
plete BOOK STORE ; and .he respectfully re
qests those requiring the above articles -to
wait and exanrine his stock before-purchasing.
J.- KNOBELOCH, Agent..
- Aug80 36 tf
NEJW 80OD8
Just Received and for Sale .by
D. B, WHEELER,
Consisting of the followi ..g choice GOODS:
Ihats, Ladies and Gents' Boots and Shoes,
sugar, Cffee,
cheese, Crackers, Sardines, Mackerel, *
Tobacco, Segars,
'Candles, Matches,
Candies, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps,
Violin Strings, Blackinug, Thread, CoatButtons
Cravats, Suspe.ieers, Pencils, Pens & Holders
Knives and Forks, &c., 4c;-.
Aug 30 3G tf
DR. J. E. DAPRAY,
surgeon D en.tis-t.
CAFrIEn on the North si.le of Main-street, for
*
I IRE COLLEGES, both MALE and FEItE,
located at Due West, will bj opened,-Moi
day 2d Oct. next, at the following Tates per -&s
sion of five months, yiz:'
Board, (Washing; Lightsand Nuel extra,) $50.00
Tuition', in the Male Col'ecge, - 20.00
Persons giving sub-certificates charged in
cash, - -- - - - 17.50
Contingent Fee, - - - '- - . 1.00
Tuition in Feniale CoIL Primary Dep't. - .7.00
i " Acadernic " I 200
" Collegiate " -1800
Music, - ' 20.00
Use of Panop. - - - - 2.00
Coningent e, - - - 100
The above rr s are in specie, or its equivalent
in-povisions or the National Curjenpy, and will
be reqcired in ADIVANC.
By order of the Board.
Due West, S..C., Aug 19, 1%65. . 36 it
DIRECT FROM ENGLAl
A LARGE ASSORTMENT' OF
CROCKERY ofothe Latest Pat
terns,
Consisting of -
Tea Pots,
.Sugar Dishes,
Crean Pot6,
Plates,
Cups and Saucers,
Jtist received, and for sale by
-3A. .Rzi ER.,'
aug 30 It Opposite the Court Iroite.,
"Whole og or None.
IF the person wh6 stole a Revolver fronithe
ILProvost Marshal's office, will call and make.
liimself known be will be presented with the
5elt and scabbard. The undersign;ed d. es .not
ike to see things done by halves.
aug 30 It WM. J. SAYER.'
..WM A, COURTENAY,
Forwarding -Agent
3.9_
NEWBERRY, S. C.
ILL attend to the forwarding of Cotton,
W&c. to Or4ngiegurg Depot,a:Jd to Augus
;, Ga. -
FAMILIES REMOVIjG 'o the low conntry,
ire informed, tbat com6fortable Wagons will kare,
EWBERRY FOR ORANGEBURG, (Direct;) On
r about the 10th and 20th September, 2nd, 10th
vid 20th of OctMber, and every tenth day there
tier. -IEngagements must be madd in advance.
"THROUGN Transportation," for. Stocks 'of.
Soods, and Family Spppiies, to all DEPOTS orn
,be Greenfille -Road, can be'.bad,at. low rates
to include R. R. freights, Wag6n hire, Forward-.
ng charges, &c.,) dn application to Mr. . B.
)lney,.No. 11 Yendue -Range, Charleston,. or to
ne here. [aug 30 96 4t
[H II. KINA RD will- sell as publie .auction,
LI without reserve, on MONDAY, 1Wh
september, at '10 o'clocp,: precisely, at-the resi
ience of H. BartletK adjo?hing the LAthein
?hurch, a large assortment of bandsome furni
~ure, consisting of:
Crimson eplushi Sofa,Chirs,Rock~ers; Ott enfans,
Armn Chairs, &c., &c., Blook Cae, .Side- Bo-ird,
Bureaus with Glasses, Looking' Glasses, Fre.
md High Post Bedsteads, -Large .Dining Table;
Fea 'eables, Mohair Seat Sofas, Marble-top Cen:r-:
rable, a Pair Marble-tap Pier Table,iMarble-tojr
W~ashi Stand, Ladies -Woi-k :Ta, -Cane Be.a:
R~okers,. Piano and Stool, Melodeory, Gitar,
[Iair.Matrasses, Astral and Mantle Lamps,-a set
>f Candelabras, ir-tighit parlor Stove, a Cocking'
stove, Large Wire 'Safe, a Carpet, Lot traw
ifatting;' Lot Cottgn Yarn, N. 6 to 10, .mgU1
Jorn Mlill,.a lot Trunks, Oi[ ?ainting., 1arghilap
A handsome Rockaway Caritag,e nearl good
ts new, Si:rg~le'Hrness, a Buggy,v a Mule.iw-goot
>rder, Two good Mileh Cois, Iogs, GotLs, &c.
TERMs CASn.-EBihls Ever $100, gOdNColior
vill be receivcd,in pojmen1 atWri'hrty-tnpr a
Uwill selJ, en the 19th of Sepin&er i,
L. my Plantation in Neibenmy Diatdet altt,~
Stock Horses, Mules and Cattle,
One Fine. Piano,
ifousel.old-and Kitchen Furniiire
One fine Carriage,.Waigons & Iiarness~,
Plantation Toola,Blackamnith Tools
Carpenter's Tools,
A lot of Wagon Thmbr,.*nd a great many
>ther valuable artica.
.aug 30-S36 ' R. F. ATTWOOD.
O"TO THOSF~ WHO W NT GO03D LEATIW"E
1. HE subscriber.. having retaid h s expe
r ienced Ta.nner and Qurrier--Lewis,.Ia
-esymied his old-ebusiness in Tannine;-and Dres-.
ng Leather, at his old Tan Yard.. He .takes'th's
nethed of informing the~public that he wtI Tan
ind Dress~. all good - Raw Hides oni Shares. ora.
ifarket Vhlue, in the -best maner and w,it die
yatch, and iI pay the'1ighes)tprice fo-r afI-kfads
>f-Hides in Leather. oriloney.' Allhoime.4ped
Ue,thler. dressed on reasonable.terms.
Messrs. Rodelsperger & LHornsby, at the C. HI.
vlreceive'all Hides to betagued; and mark-the
ame for him Also1 Bark and Tailsir'wanted.
Neii berry, Aug 30, 1865g L BI!#IELD.
-Consisting of
MUSLIN, DELATNS, CA LICOES, aM (yene
ral Assortment of PINT GOODS of aB- descrip
tions. Also,
A large lot of
both for Oents and' Laidies.
* BCUN and. LARD.
-Attention istalled to Lire new and wcll-selectr d
Stock now on hanualif, atall times; oods ofall
descriptions wiRl be .arriving direct from New
York.
Cigars, Tobacco, Soap, Candles, Soda and many
other articles will be always on han~d. All wiho
call early will be -repaid by getting that which
will render' satisfaction. Quick saics and small
profits will be my motto.
Aug 23 35 3 II. FOOT.
NOWiCE.*
TVflE subscribers propose to establish a regu.
1~lar EXPRESS LINE, from .ALSTON to
COLUMBIA, for the purpose of carrying light
FREIGHT, PASSENGERS and BAGGAGE. All
freight directed to the care of EPTING &
C&PNSEPES ilb owre.wt
disAatNh. H.RS, ilb fowade .Twith
dAtc. 23H4. M. cEPTIN.
Aug.A3,N5 O . SAL.CHPN
FRTRAEPIANO, ISALE. ORE
, o aelo.Apyt
Au FIRST- RTE PINO HN O.DOREB
- for sale low. Apply to
- a 24 tf W. H. WEBB.
LNOTHING NEW UNDER THEW
NEED BE LOOKED POR,
OUTSIDE OF
Web & Lovdace's
FOR A LIMITED OR INDEFINITE PERIOD,
As by Latest trrivals, per
WAGON TRAINS,
We ar'e i pessession of the --
. ret and most complete
ST d t of GrO O D S
And the eatest Variety* too, of..
THINGS KNOWN AND UNKNOWN, DREAM
ED OF BUT NOT SEEN,
rg -And which are as Cheap as the
Cheapest. M
We have
Groceuies,
Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes,
Tobacco and Segars,
Nic Naus,
- Varieties,
Sweet Things,
Sour Things
AND ALL KINDS OF THINGS..
If there are skeptics who doubt our veracity,
or would dare impeach our integrity, let thein
call and be convinced.
. WEBB &-LOVELACE,
UNDER "HERALDt OFFICE.
au-r.30 ^6.tf
Auction Sale
OF
Governmein-t Property,
AT NEWBERRY, S C.
On Friday, Septenber 1, 1865.
IN.compliqnce from Headqiarters, Departmen't
of South Carolina, I will .sell at p'ublic auc
tion, to the highest bidder, at the place and time
above named, the folloWing property; viz:
Horses, Mules, Army Wagons,
ETC., ET0., ETC.
The property of the .tnited States.
EgrSale to commienee at 10 o'clock, A. M.
EgEach animal and article will be sold sepa
rately.
WTERMS--CaSh on day of sale.. -
'A. J. CLEMENTS,
A. A. Q. Mi., District'Western S. C.
aug 30 3& 1
WILSON & RING.
. STAND.
THlE OLSB0K STR1
KEEP ON HAND A
GENERAL ASSOR~TMENT OF
S- GR, COFFEE, -
= ('JUEESE,
Mackerel, Pepper, Copperas, Tobacco, Cigars1
Pickles, Sardines, Soda1
COTTON AND LINEN FfANKERCHP S,
LADIES' -HOSE,
MEN'S HALF IIOE,
PLAYING CARD2,
-COTTON CARDS,.
VIOLIN STRINGS,
TINE and COARSE COMBS7
*SHOE THREAD,
PAD LOCKS,
POCKET KNIVES, ..
SLATE PENCILS,
SPOOL 'rHREAD,
- . MATCIIES,
Which thevy will Sell or Ba3rter, gvn
-the highest .market prices for*
COUNTRY PRODUCE..
GALL AND SEE US,
aug 30 30tf
CHARLESTON DALY" NNWS.
SS NATIV* CAROLINIANS, THE PUB
ishers will naturally look to the interests
of their own State, and to that of the South ;
and as citizens pf the~ United States, they will
not be wanting in the proper amunt. of de
votion and respect, for the General Govern
ment. Every effort shall be made tW.make the
DAILY NE~WS a first cliss' newspaper, grnd
in everg way .worthy of the..patro'nage of the
puiblic.
Our terms for,the present will be At the
rate.of'ten dollars per annum: Subscriptions
received for three, six and. twelve months,.
payable in.advance.
Postmasters and- others throughout. the
cduntry, who may interest themselves in pg-.
Euring subscriptions, will be allowed the usu
al per ce.ntage.
CATHCART, McMILLAN & MORTON.
Prop#hetors, No. 18 Hlayne-street, Charles
ton, S. C., August 14. -. 1
James 141. Stocker & SQn,
COMMlISSION~ & FORWARDING -MERCIRANTS,
ORANGEBUEPG 0. H., S. S.
P'OMPi attention pail to thepurehase of
JIfotton and other Produce, and formatding
of Cotton and Merchandise generally.
JAMEs M. SToCE:EN. j S&M. H. STocKER.
aug 293SG5
E. E. JACKSON.
T AKES this meth.od of announcing to is nu
mnerous frieuds and acquaintances in New.,
berry,- that he has established himself in the city
of Columbia, for the purpose ouf doing a mecrcan
tile business, and expects to kceep constantly on
band a choice an.d select stock. of 'FAMILY
MEDICINES; together with First-Class DRY
GOODS and GROCERIES, which he purposes
selling at a moderate advance above cost. He
respectfully solicits a portion of public patron
ag. -.aag 3083683
JOHN A. ARMSTRONG,
COMM1ISSION 31ERCHlANT,
Tat, EVei~if
AND WHICH AVEL
HAVE AT GTH
TMS 4.RET, by
ANfERACE A MOST DESIR
Y RIED) SIOCK-(onsistin'g in part~ot
Candies, Cakes, Crackers-Aisorke.
,Chfse, Pickles, SardTueo,Awi'd:a d#-.
Preserved .iis, Git ^Iiace1E.
Sngr, Ome, T4
Ground je, o kt
Pech omattoes, is. qa
Pe e in'ene poundcaos
- Soda,i'po'ud paIkiges, indgV
Soap-4esorted ;4karch a'ndhr I
Coppers; ndigo
BlakinmdfDruses
Nutweg, spice, Mace ; a
Pepper,:ana Cloves, in quarteii
Earthonware..,
Snoking and.Chewing 'lecovSeast.
Th remd, all ts; buttone:needJes auispp
Combs8-nd Btii Tolk e fuA4f
D o IL, .1 Hain pisa 0Ta-I*, P =4ke" ,1
Pans, Spoons, Penels, Tbt
with ui#nf ather ioice
now ch*ndulae, and irile -*-'- as'1
aust 164ff ti 2
- 17
zes of'Nler , kir
country, that.bSh iown bian ~ s
st1anty receing.
A choice and.arie ai
articles; wi'ch he wilI
Selliw, at.Wko! aie
COTTO, and COUN Al
fEICHAYGE for Goods
PRICES.
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AS4mbly Street s We
Tronh
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Commuswn'f Fsorevani
pne
~roji oni-n TeY'u4g~ r4b.
signments hr- !
cot 8 ulh1Ikr If oft n*
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An~ 2k$4 -
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4& os Rope,-7m
-i?4bs. (~ SU(MR -
00 -bush. Wtal *--K ~ "- -
- Aennot CO - $
Audalso PAY T1tHIGSi S F
f,i ado~ 6'era Beo~
Cotfon .&d-oed&e.#
ieteeiveM adol adad Ibafd
desaifwosire
Mie eng- ot -fteLde
atteCaplMond ay 4trdy fSptme
aHoadNoL~ee. >
at th., CTueday onndy urday of Seeeea
Retxrning,0leavlockelt.n atB12or'crook m.,can
arive at Spatanbur at5.p.n -
Aug. 23, 34 . B TRI.t e
Comp rlroadenoer.0lie
.H. Tesay adGtrVILL of each wek. a
Au. -3 AuustB 16th,~ 1866.
Comtrlrmin GfhsEellesc GOffe,
GREENVILLE C. H., S.
August 16th, 1W.
171)Y pcrinis~ion of bis Excellency Gore

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