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THE -WE EKLY .E.ALTD
NEWBERRY, S. C.
WEDNLfDAY MORNING, SEPT-2O, 1865..
The Cross'aft Again. -
Once more .are we forced to Ale the little,
ptglv cross-mark (X ) on the margin of the Her
aid, and we trust it will be noticed and,-promptly
acted on. It is a cobsolation, however, that but
few tiarks have to bei nade ; and-the few who
see the mark it is confidently hoped will square
*p without delay.. Those- who subscribed for
thrde months, will plense remember that their
time is about expiring, and,_with somo, out ;.others
there are who begged for indulgence, pronising
to pay at an early day, which they have forgot
;en to do, and need only this reminder to refrcsh
their memories. - To all such t-be little. cross will
come, and ivith the hAppy effect we hope, of in
dncing them tb pay up.
gr What is the a ter with the -Phoenix ?
Since pluming-ts wings for a balder flight,- it has
- - oeased. ying.hereabouts.
We give much space to'the elaborate rmssage
of Gov. Perry, n this issue, to the exclusion of
The Winnsboro _ews announces the death of
Hon. R. B. Boylston, which occurred in that
town oi londay evening - list. Mr. B. *was a
pronilnent citizen of Fairfield District, a inember
of the Legislature for several years and Speaker
. of the House;of. Represeitatives.
- From Xeico.
The French have occupied CVhuahua. Juarez
and cabinet fled to Ell'aso. The indications are
that he will soon be driven from his last.foothold
on Mexican soil and become a fugitive within-the
South Carolint Methodist Conference.
- The Conference for 1865 will be held at Char
- Totte, - N. C., on the first November. Bishop
rierce will preside.
* The neit-General Conferexe will meet fnNe
-Orleans on the first Wednesday in April, IG.
Aarm is being felt in Engla~nd concerning the
Fenian Brotherhood in. Ireland. The work of
organization goe rapidly on. Fenians imcrease
on exery side. Men move mysteriously al5out.
Companies dri in the. mountains' and every con
eeivable place of security.
G. & C. .,
Mr. Jam'es B. Browne, the* energetic acting
Superintendent of the Greenville & Colunibia
ailroad,'anthorizes us tostte tbit on and sa
ter Thursday, the 21st iistant, trains will run
btrain wilna -run
daily eveai si road. Leaving Newb-erry at 81
a. mn. .
,. . Emigration.
I-t-is said- that a great~ tide of emigration will
* ses ini from the Northern States this winter, es
peciaUir to North Carolina, under the qjspices -of
--the General Southent Land Agency, established
* in New York. Lands -are oftef-ed.in North Car
~lina at,cheap rates. It is estimated that at least
one hundred thousand emigrants i'ill go frotu
the Northern-States this year.
Thbe 1Postma*ster General has ordered services.
on the following important railroads: From
* ~ Kingsville -te Wihninzgtorry fzim Kingsvllet'o
.KAugust t; fromn Florence to Cheraw ;- -from
eharlestoui to Floresice; fr-om Columbia to CThar
lotte; from-Chester. to Yorkville; from Alston
* - -to Sgartanurg;. fromr Newberry to t aurens ;
* and from Charleston to Savannah.
* - = -M6etfngof the Convention.
The delegatesin full farce a%embled on Weq
nesday, 18th-at the Baptist Church, Co1umliia.
The members being enrolled; various persons
- were -nominated - for President. Hon.: Judge
Wardlaw*'was electe.d,. receivirig 55 v.otes. The
* President elect being 'conducted- to the chair,
-.-- - addressed the convention. ~
* Sinee the first day's proceedings, -nothing fur.
ther h a been heard froni the Convention, the
* 1hcnix4having failed to come vg hand.
- -- Genera Amney,
- It is .tfieopinion ie m'any well-informer circles
Sorth, that somnething approacuhing a general
-amnesty will be proelaimed to the.people of th'e
South long 'befere tlie next Congress. Zex
pected to be made appli-cable Lo the.-people of
- particular States at different times. .Mississippi
- hat-been foremost among thie Southern States in
pnassing an Aobjecticnable Cdnstittiin. She
masy-also jbejthe first to reap the'r,cirard of -this
extended clemency. It is the fixed.liolicy and
intention of the President -to suitably reward
--every sincere manifestation of loyalty on the part
of the Soiutharw States: He is gratifiedaby decla
atonsoloyalty,. but he is cnicdb h n
:xorable -logic of acts like those of Mississippi.
We hofd,in our hands the liey to our futurg fate.
Let us look ./to the cheracter of the Legislature
and. the n,ext Congress. *
- Pre.idn -3obann and the Southern Delegatioan
- -' - - A large number of Southern.geuitlemen recent-.
IfhWashaington en business. con.nested with the
restoration, tormed a delegatiori representing
nine Southern States, called upon the Presdent
on the ilth instant, before their -dgpartare, as an
* - act of courtesy go express '-heir unqualified con
fulenein -the justice and magnanimity df the
giovernment in -the matter of reconstruction.
Thegeception -was mosicordial. ' The President
- addressed the -delegation at length, anid alluded
*to the opposite course he and they had taken ato
the commencemnent~ of.- the war, but was glad to
see that the Southern people after having sub
mitted their:oontest yith the government to the
arbitrament of the sword and lost, now frankL.y
adi- thi defeat, and- were manifestingWj
e ~ ible facility which he and- the other -go-vem
mxeut officeis could -give in the wo&k of resoering
* ~- to them civi(, overnmxent$would be pro,mptly
Sand cheer-fully rendered, and he hoped to see
theR sooir again itgBlenj:oying their old'position
iithue tTuited Staties. He said there was no dis
* position. on the part of the government to deal
barshly withThe~ South, and that altheugh be
dreaded disiptegration, he was strail-y opposed
to consolidation of power in Washington.
4' ~ A "Mr. S." of Burliggton, eloped last weeld
-with-the wives of three of the most respected
citizens of Nashua, New Hamnpshire, they croed
--*to-Canada-on a lumbei- barge, under cover of
night, and the old Turk was -last heard of at
Saint Leon, Canada East, closely pursued by one
of the injuired.husbands.
A pre'tty accurate estimatle of the 'defalcations
of Edward.B: K6tchumi bA*now-Feen arived. at,
* and it foots up the enormous amount of fobr
mill ions two hu'ndred thousan4-dollars.
Within-the paat forty days four hiundred
-- ~ A;~A .~ ~ i-.w~a~or.~ A1olv,m~
FoTN-Near the Totel, a ladies' veil, which.
the owner can have on application at this office.
Z. LATE PArERs.-NNe are indebted to.Col. Henry
Buist, Dr. Griffin,. and Mr.. Joseph Ward for late
RENo7TE Your FutNITURE.-Mr. Martin IHar
ris requests us-to state thaihe is now prepared
to mend, patch, varnish, and renovate all articles
in the Cabincet Maker's Line. .We can vouch for
his abilities as a work man. 4hey are super-ar.
To AnvErTrIsns-Our advertising patrons are
requested to hand in their favors not later tha~n
Monday n6rning's, when convenien.t. to do so.
As our paper goes to press on Tuesday morning
we find it difficult somet.imes to find room for ad
vertisements-handcd in at the last hour.
ONE O TYE SMALL SWEET COURTE.8ES!-A
kind lady friend agreeablt surprised Ls sevcraf
days agg by sending to the office a deficious
wheati loaf. It tvas of virgin whiteness-and
so lighi-and sweet. We wish her long life and-a
never ending supply of the staf of life.
LE(;1SLATR.-Gov. Perry, in his message be
fore the Convention, recommends that an ele
tion for members to the Legislature take place
on the second Monday in Oct. As this recom
mendation will no doupt be carried out, it would
be well perha-ps for suitable nominations to be
L ATE Fao, i BEL.otv.-A dAspatch; by under
g;ound gives us7the information that ,Mr. Lau
rence Marshall, of the firm of Marshal &.Bro., is.
h6ading direct for Charleston; and tha't he wiil
soon returv with sueb a stock as will astonish the
natives ef Newberry. The ladies are adronish
ed to be of-good cheer.
A cnANcE FOR YEcijANIcs.-By reference to
advertisement it will4be seen that the Ladies Card
Factory is to be sold at auction. loase, lot, en
gine, pachiney, &c., will be sold on a credit till
first January 'next. The proceeds to be cbarAta- I
bly expended in educating orphans ot deceased
LOOK AT THEM.-The- advertisements 'of Mr.
Henry Blease, jvhich are full of interest. We
are pleased to see cur old Triend once more in
act!'ve business. He is so well known to the 40.m
munity as a business man. -fenteieprise, activity,
and sti'-tprobity, that we need ny- say go- to
him if i -u want anything in his line. -
'Our worth4y rostmaster, Mr. S. P; Kinard, has
for the lastfi've .or six months *de voted his -time
and attention to the discharge -of post office. du
ties without pay from any source. W'e think it
would be agreeable,to- him for his fMEnds and the
public generally to contribute a mite in money or
protiiens to his support. ItS is 'right It w.e
substantially ;emen4ier those who la or' for -us.
Unrequited toil weighs .heavily. -Let us be gene
THEs 56nr.-This'reginient relieved from-the
command.of this department, will ieave here on
-Weinesday morning.. The 5hA)hio, we underj
-Co!. Tyler and the officers comnposing .his staff
rquest us to extend their courtesies .and kind
feeling to. the citizens o-f Newberry, generally,
for the very cord-ial treatm'ent- received at their1
hands wile sojourning liere in the capacity of
public.servants of the Government.. As thd cogn-i
mand leaves to-morrow. fo& .Chesterville, th'ey
take this method of bidding adieu, and reciproeg
ting '.e kind offices of the citizens, wishing them
continued peace and increasing prospdrity and
happiness for all timie to comie.
A NEWmLE-The boys.gre growing to
be a fast institution, -now-aa's, partie l,fly in
this town. ' Tur'ned' loose. through the -day fy
thir - garientis,'. they scatter br oadcast an'ld. are
everichere just where .they are .least wanted,
lisging to conversations and picking up idea's
caculatedtoAo them harm. -This has been the
case for some time;~but the new feature now it.
to ask for money fo buy something with.- As
Od cocks croit, so youIig ones learn. -The prac
tice- is quite. common of late among the old rip's,
to ease a manr of his pocket book whether or no,
and if boys are ~allowed to~take the'first step- inj
asking it is hardeto. tell where the thingnmay end.
Keep thean at home, they are not wanted in stores,
about government offices, the printing offiee, nor
abnt the streets where men tonigregate.
Keep~ them at-home. -
NEW AD'VERTIsEMENTs-TO be -fond- in our
eumns this week:
Henry Blease-Tin mamifactory,
- " " Saddle do..
J. R.- Tarrant-Ladies' Ca.rd. Factory,
WV. M..Beckham-Hack Line. *
J. Mf. Ward-For-Safe~.- -
N. F. Butler-W6oll for sale. -
A.. MI. Riser-Wines; Bjitters, Salt and Rice
iF. Hf. Kinard-Auction. -
W!'W. Houseal-Note Lost.
-C. 'A. Lengnick-Mil9iaery (toods.
-JN: Robgon-Com. -Merchant.
G. W. Clark & Co,-Groceries, LiquoPs, &c.
John-King-Groceri*, Liquors, &c.
-Mrs. B. Lengnick-Priva te.~Sale. -
-aibbes & Co.-nFor Liverpool.
We >b & Levelace.-Late arrival-'of goods.
B. H. lovelace-Carriage and horses for sale.
-A netQrious'negro named Ilorace Aleck, who
was con-inmed in jail for a burglai-y it Hernpstead],
New Yo*,. escaped and ret&rned to the house.
Finding that the lady was- al.ote-her husband
being-. at - work in, the fiek% thr-ew her to the
grouud, filled,bher mouth with sand and commnif
edan outrage upon: her.~ After which h delib
ately entecred the hom e s ra -iobbed it of every
th~ valu,tble. . As soon as tlie'.lady te.cvered
egwI..alarmn andl the citizens infuriated
at th.e i afftHgigge semp tliemi
selves kid S)oWe4t he codiOdy. for tenamiies
around, but without successs so far. It is pe
lieved- how ' aif he cannot escape, as the
police have a .escriptino him, ind~thatt he
will soon be cajifured and brought.te condign
From']jiypt the Gazette du Afidi gives details
of the ravages cauged by the cholera. Ia,one
village in: the Delta, celebrated. for the cultar:
tion of water-mellons, the whole of the inhabit
tant died. Being unable-to sell thei.rfruxit, they
ate it-themselves, and died to the last man. It
was necessary to employ for~ced }abor to bury the
~ast. -In all it is said.,that 82,900 victims
Bontagion and bad living were buried in:E pt
within six weeks.
Northern papers contain accoun!ts of the pranks
and depredations of v.ad bulls, cows ane oxen.
Three took the streefi (Broadwiy included) of
New York re'cently, killing arid wounding seve
ra nf the citizens. A- lady escaped with the loss
A young woman jdmped from a railway tramn
while at full speed in Pennsylvania, apd her hoop
'~tA~'t '~q~u-,'d her life.
.Aaticle in the, London-Tims, Aug. 23, gives
istrong ground for hope, that this fearful disease,.
the approach of which is spreading such alarm
through Europe and Chis-country, is not of the
same character as the visitirtiops of '32, 49, and.
'Z4, and that its;.ravages are confined to the sea
board. Hitherto tlis disease has always ad
vanced.in i certain track, Trom India towards.he
region of Western Europe. Its progress could
be marked stage by stage, not'always in a di
reeTline, but generaflv from the southeast to the
northwest. It was heard of in Persia, Asia Minor
and Turkey ; then Vienna, Prague, Warsaw, Ver
lin, and North Oermany, till it got to Belgium
'and Paris. , We quote from- the article:
'At. the p'resent time not one of these charac
teristics is discernable. Wi heard notning what
ever of the ch'oiera as on its route from India. It
was first reported, quite abruptly, from Alexin
dria,-where it raged terribly, spre4ng along the
coast to Paiietta, and running ip the Nile to.
C. iro., Thoa-we he-trd'of it at Smyrna, in the
1.4e of Cyprus, at Constantinople, ard' in the vif
elages on the Bo.sphorms. Presentlv it is reported
from-Ancona, from Gihraltar and Malta, from
Marelles,. from Barcelona, and from Valenia.
Bit ih no one of these instances has it advanced
from the sea coast into the interior for tie ca'se of
cairo efn hardly be consideret an exception.
It has not spread beyoid Ancona, though the
disease in that town as very intense. Once
there was a story. of its appearar;e in Milan, but
that was rot confirnmed. It has not advanced be
yond Marseilles, or be.xond any of the infected
ports on the east coast of Spain. Southern- Italy
has been attacked, but only under similar cA
diLions. Cholera 's last reported from San Ni
candro and San Severo-the former a town close
upon the coast, the lattdr a little beyond. These.
are the results of-a survey of the case up to thie
present no-ment. The only exception is.a -report
of th.Cholera in lan;ver, but.this. in profes
sional statenents is r~educed to "cholerine," and
is apparentiv only such a disorder as occurs niost
autumns in London. In short, upon a summary
of the evidence, we come to tis, .not that an1
Asiatic pestilence-is advancing upon us across
Europe, but that there has been an extraordinary
outbreak of the cho!era in the basi in of the Medi
- "This marked a*d special limitation of the
epidemic may &ot' unre.sonably suggest to us
some hopes of-imnmnity. Within the basin of
the Mediterranean vo shore has escaped; beyond
no cholera has appeared.' The latest injelligence
reports a panic from WoJlachia and Moldavia,
but the disease had not yet.declared itself in those
-provinces,-though it is. obvi sly probable that
.it might creep into the Blib - Sea and make the
circuit of those coasts also."
DiSTRnBANCE o- ROA-O,- IsorE.-The
steamer Washingtn- .Irving has arrived at
Norfolk, from Roanoke Island, The. captiain
repert.that on 'the eye of their -departure
from RoanoAe Island his engineer went ashore
for the mails, and .hen returning to the boat I
was attacked by two negroes, pushed and
,kicked frpm the sidewalk ; whereupon be de
fended hiniself by knodking one of the ne
groes down, for which he was, arrestad and
ikept in the lock-up over night. On the niorn
ing of the 24th he was bronght before Col.
IHolmes, First United States colored regiment,
tried and acquitted. The officers of the Wash
ington Irving 'say the darkies do as they pl.ease
on the-Island, ne d tha.t it i not safe for. a
-white man to land there.
TuE iRiTosT CoiPEous.. c rgyman and
on o his Oldealy par'rshiQ-irs were wal.king
homne fr'om church one frosty day lalely, when
the old.gen,tleman. slipped anid fiwH flat on his
back. -. The minister, ,looking at; bid4 moment
and being assured that he was not much.-hurt,
'said to him, "Friend ginners stand on slipperyL
ue umseI ot the fact, and said, "I -see -they
do, but can'L".
"Sir,"~ said an oli physiciarr to a shallow youth,
who b'habeen assailing -him wi:h a string of fool
ish implertinen'es," "I ca n not be angry with
you,'for I see- yvoniave' anddiieurable disease-F
"An incurable d-sease ? Good Heaven~s, Doctor,~
what is it *"''*You are a fool T" -
General Mansfield Lovell-, it is undei-stood, has
found employmnent as the working editor of the
NeYork Daily News. -
- Ge-neral J, G. Swift, who died ~st week in~
New. York, was the first cadet ever pointed to
West'oint. ae entered the acadenf in 1862~
H AYE JST RECENED
20d( of Fancy.& SapIe Saods,
Which they :expect to dispose of - in 15 days,
fro.n the simple fact. that thetmotto is "Quick
Sales-and Small Profits."
-Our Goods consist in part of
Ladies a-nd Gents B3OOTS ang.SHOES-a enamg
nificent var'iety. .
Ladies and Gents HlAES-an endlessassort
CALICOES, .Long Cloth, Horfespun, Linen,
Toweling,- Osnaburg, Spun a Thread, Ladies Tuck
Cornbs, Handkerchiefs, Suispenders, Cravats,
RibboOs, Ladies Cuffs a-nd (killars.-Paper Collars,
Hosiery, Hair Pins,'-Table-Clothsg, Cotton Cards,I
Wool Cards, Umnbrellas, Buttons, Shioe Ttread,
Shoe Strings, Twing, ~Thir-bles,'Scissors,--Violin -
TFOBACCO,. Segars,-a choice lot, P.jpes.
Ijivoice superior CROCKERY. Trunks..
SUGAR, Coffee, Tea, Boston Wiscuits, etc..
LIQUORS, WINES, ett.-Bl&ndy, Whiskey,
Clyret, -Porf,Cherry, Schnapps, Leufn Syrup,
PAIN1IlUER,- Sozodont, for the Teeth, ,etc.
-ST ARCH, Soap,. Can-dies, Matches, 1Melasis,
POCKET,KIVES; Kvtes'and'Foks, Spoons,
Files, Pad Leeks, Najls,Gun-Caps; A&xes, Frying~
Pans, -Sifters, Waiters- Hoes, Hoi'se Collars,
Looking Glasses, Watch Keys, -Aiwls.
FI-NE TABLEE SALT,,Nutmeg;. Spioe, Ginger,
Pepper Suge,; Pickles, Musard, Castor Oil,
Sweet Oil, Blueing, Blue St'onc, Indigb;%pdder,
Alum, Saltpetre,. Logwood. Sulphyr;, Sail Sodaf
Gum Arabic, Cop eras, EpsoniSa!ts. AIso one
barrel choice gotasli. * .
BROOMS'and .Buk-ets. - -
TQILErTSOAP, Cologni, Extra.cts- 1F:iadesr
Castile Soap, Combs 'and--Brushes
SI4TES, Pencils, Meniorandalm Books, Mud
Ilpge, Pocket CBookes Iikk, beatncjis, Tncs
Ppet- and E~n epegT46thsB e40mi. b
0de$6s,. and a thotSSE Ri* Re aticles, wia
our friends sad the-pnbiie stelinvited to-examine.
:Sept 20 39 3 -Stre under Heisld"(effBee.i
For sale by - A. M. HISER,
Sept 20,' 91F OppQsite Court Hduse.
H orbs ad .Qantig
I.Light CARRIAGE and HARNESS. -
2 Splendid HAR.ESS H%IRSES that will wo&
anyw:here, and perfectly gentle. -
Fr sale-by - B. LOVELACE.
Sep. 20-39'-St. -
If yo wati,o-ayh es
-fywwn Got,or-~h le
Cokesbury Distritt, S. C. Conference.
Maplefen circuit;Mt. Tabor, Sept. 9, 10; An
derson station and circuit, Providence, Sept. 16,
17; Egefield.c't., Harmony, Sept. 23, 24; Pen.
dleton c't., Zion, Sept. 30 and Oct 1; Butler c't.,
Bethlehem, Oct 7, 8 ; Pickens c't.,.'Smith's Cha.
pel, Oct 14, 15.; Laurens e't., Bethlehem, Qct 21,
22; Newberry c't. and Lower Saluda River Mis.:
Trinity, Oct 28, i; Newberry sta'n., Oct. 29,
30; AbbeviTle c't., Shiloh, Nov. 4, 5; Ninety
six c't.. and Upper Saluda River Mis., Rehoboth,
Nov 11, 12; Cokesbury c t.,- Andrew's Chapel,
Nov. 1& 19. -
If the Session of ti.e Annual Conference'should
be. earlier than Nov. 22d, a change of time for
some of the Q Conferences will be. made;, of
which timely notice will be given.
SIDI H. BROWNE,
sept 20 2t.- - Presiding Elder.
I will sell, on the first Mqndny in October7next
at,I0 o'clock, a. m., at the residence of Mrs. ic:
Laren, 1 set of.PailorFuruiture, consisting of 2
Tete-a-Tetrs, I mirror, 2 card tables, music stand,
what not, 2 arm cbairs, I doz mohair stuffed-seat
chairs, 2 large e.ofas, 1 handsome diing table,
1 doz cade seat chairs, 1 wire safe, 1 work table,
1 rocling chair, 2 bedsteads, 3 bureaus, wash
stands, cane seat .chairs, kitchen furniture, and
many other v'rtices.
Aico, at prirate sale, a handsome rose wood
Piano, 7 octaves. If not sold at private, sale,
will be sold autioni, at the above time. After
this sale I wil sell at my a-ction room,. i W. G.
Mayes' old stand, a-n exellont sewing machine,
pitcher, bowl, bolster, churn, rockingchair, stone.
jars, small stove with piping, and 1 box tobacco.
1 Ecellin f'ront of Court House, - 2
SExcellent- iron axle=tree wagon, 2 mules, 2
horses; 1 strong buggy.
Unlimited property will be -eceived up to 12
o'clock on'sales-day in October. I will sell in
the country at ay time when called on. I have
an excellent auction room, W. G. Mayes, old
sept 20 It 1f. H.'KINARD.
uriture -at Auction,
W ILi SELL at Public Auct'on, on Monday,
jon the.5th ina., at-10-qok at the Yeth
odist Parsong .(next t6 Mrs. Higgins') the fol
Idwing Furniture, viz.:
I SIDEBOARD, 1 Boo-Case, 1 Centre Table,
I Buieau, I Wardrobe, Wash Stands, Bdstea ds,
Mat trss, Feather-beds, Chairs, Carpets, Safe,
Fender; Clock, flip Tub, Shades, Child's Carriage,
Cooking Utensil., Flour, Salt, &c., &c., &c.
.1. H. KINARD.
S6pt 20 39 1
At Private Sale.
.O NE BEWING MACIIIN (Wheeler & Wil
'sbn'sjnae,) in good order and with a good
stock of -eedl.-. Also,
OneBRUSSELS PARLOR CARPET.
One STAIR CARPET, 14 yards.
Sept 20 39 1* .drs. E. LENGNICK.
. Cow with young calf
I Set Carriage Hans (new)
1 '7 octave Chiekering &iano, -
A pply to. J. M. W AXJ.
Ladies' .Card Factory, et Greenwood, S. C.
At a-recent meeting of said Society, held on
the 4th of Sept. 1865,it .ws agree d.upon, and
notice is hereby ;given, that fh#lbusineps of the
Factory 'has..ggased,'and ordered that~ the Ma
chine6,.Engine, House and -lot, suad appurtenan
-SOLD AT AUGeTION,
Janpary next. - A meet'mg of the soci*ty is ap
pointed.to be h Id in Greenwood,- on the fiat
Wednesday in January niext, at 10 o'clock, a.mi.,.
at which tinie and plice the proceeds of.sales
and funds on hland, will be applied to the educa
tion of needy: orphans of the soldicrs who- have
died, orl.een hled in me war, unless. otherwise
directed by the society.- -
*By ordcr of the Seeiety,
sept 20 3u . J. S. TARR-ANT Sec. L C, P.
LA E~RET; Sherry, Olj Port, Chanmpagne. For
Jsalel A. -M. RISER~
Sept 20 91 .Opposite Co'urt Hlonser
L .0ST, a note foYELEVYEN H E'NDRED(-1 100)
'DOLLARS, .on. M. Winsfock and B..-0.
Tahborn, surety, payable to J. C. Vauighan, or
bearer, dated about 16th March,;1861~. The pub
lgre~ hereby warned against trading for said
note.e- W M . W. HO USEA L.
Sept. 2039 3 a
HA Fine Lot sf Wool
T ESubscriber has on hand. a- lot' of fine
.1 White W9 1,.hcr'hesd ..
-Apply to - --- .FBULR
Sept 2039 3 - -.
-HEA.D-QUAR1TERS 2a SUB-IIIST~RICT
OFFICE~ A. A. Q: If.
NEWBERRY, S. C'.Sep. 18th 1865-.
LL persons in this Sub-District bi..vinig claim.s
Aor~the United States for. Forage &c., will
3L Clepentist the .office f the A. A. Q. M.
J. STRTCKL AND, .
Lieut. 56 N. Y... arid A. A. Q M.
T cd BRITISH B.ARQUE MELBOURNE
Catfs,having a parc of her Cargo rea
dy and going on. boar-d will hiaw tlispatch, for
freight, apply tOb
GIBBES & Go
G. & Co. wijf make adlvannes- on'-Cotton, to
their friendsan England or New York
-sept .20 s9 3e9
T HE Suscriber respectfully inforjs fn ia nume
rous friends and oil customers, that hi has.
agan resumed-business at A . ...,
OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUS
apo hem. EW artce ndi
i be kept on hand or MikA~MCTURED) TO
D)EER, at x.easonable pl'ices, and ine the most'
spedit,ious and workmanlike.manner, having se
ured the services 1f reliable aod coinpetent
rormen. The ladies me also informed that he
WILMKE T~ Q,RMR ALL KINDS OF
In corinection pith the above, caJpfon
~riety ofi uspfuI-articles in the ..
ROUSE FUBNISHI1NG LiNE.
Thankful f.or past -patr'onage, he o,nly asks an
~xmnation of his present. ?t:ckT to be certain o
otaion.m .IENRY RLEASE.
AT THE OLb STAND,
OPPOSITE THE 'COUP.T I1OUSE,
.Would call.attention to the fact, tat having
established himself -again in the above . lie of
business, he will soon be prepared to meet- the
wants of the -citizens of Newberry' and ficiffity.
The services of competent workmnenhiaving been
secured, he will.be able to fnunish
Of superior make -and quality. -
SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
Of everr- variety, kept on ha Together with
Whips and iarne#indings,
Of all kinds.
Orders for Harness, or any work in thi line,
it will be well to send in early.
Tgethcr i-ith the above will be found a most
beautiful artile of .
FRENGH LEATHER VAUSES,
Suitabl' especially for ihe Ladies,
Xnd a variety of other styles of VALISES and
CARPET BAGS, suitable for amy body.
A .continuation of that patrdnage, so liberally
dxtended,in the past,. is respectfu isolited._
sept 20 39 tf. HENRY BLEASE.
TO TR AVERS
COLUMB1A, S. C., Sept. Il 1,18.
I AM running- a daily line of
* OUR-HORSE- COACHES fiom
Columbia to'Kingsville. Leaving
Coilun-Na 'every day ~at -'0 a. m.,.connect
ing with train at Xingvil'e, 7J o'clock p. m.
Rctu'rning, leave Kingvville on thw arivral of the
train. I hve a REL4Y'OF HORSES half way.
W. M. BECK!HAM.
- i Newbe:ry Herald and- Greenville Elnr
,-pri.ze copy four timws and sead -bilk to- Phoenix
CIfAIRLES A. LENOICKo
Nj. 13& 9FETING,6TREET, P- STAIRS,
CARLESTON, S.. C.,
AKES PLEASURE in iffor14ning bis o1A ens
I tooi.ers4hat he has re-opened at the :ebove
place, here he wi. constAntrly keep on hand a
full a ssortment of - LLINERY GOODS, wh h
he will offer arvery reasona4le prices.
Sept29 89 4
J. T. ROBSON;
.UAS RESf3MED TJIE
- AT HIS OLDSTAND,
-"'.PANTICUL An AIlT?iON GlIYEN 'Z
thersale of Cotton; Flour,.Cor'n, &c., and ft4i
Ilong experience'he feels ce eat of gi+inmr.d~
isfaction. . lie waill also att tLo the REC$iV -1
ING and F0liWA1RDB1G B3 SINESS.:
Iieporters and Whule. eh Denienr in
GROOERIEB and PROWSIQNSb,
- WIIISICIES,. LIQUORS.
4WINESi *4ES- ANQf PfIRTER
ICottoit, Tar, Resit, lice, &c., &c.
P'urchas.'d.or rdceived 'on Consignmient.
14W Meeting Street, .
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
sept 2039 Im -
JOHN K ING,
1fPORTR AND W.HOLESALE i)EAJEI Il;
GROCERlliS, PROVISION S, FLMR-.
Foreign aCd oestcI os
' Segara, Croke&aswre
Building M~ateras Lime, .&c..
Liberal*'Advances Made .orf Consign
ments of dotton and 9ther Produ7e,
to his friends, in New Yor,
IAverpool and I1 vre.
88 HasebStreet,Ghat eston,~ (S
(Kerriao.p & Ieiding's Old Sta:Md.}
- ine Edwcards'i7 octa'e Rosewood Pzano ni
good o'rder, can be purchased, if ap
for at arearly day.
Price $500, cu-rvenc.v,.-or'mddling cottonr n~
marketable order a't 80ets pr lb. -
Apply at this office. -
Sept. 6-37-tf. ---
ILLatend tobuying andl selling COTTONS
Sti,Bonds; Produe. -Also.to delag
and Renting of Botises, -&c. - -. S -19 84
BY A.M. RISER..i
-witI a& Genexin Assortmntat fS!E, BRATS &
FINE SMOKING' & CH ~3TBAcco, CI
GARS, Croclery Warc EnglDal~yCheese;
- @posite CourTouse, NeWbGrry, S~ 0
Stae M ne3 88
VTIRG1NIA, Tennessee, Flord, Absia,
VGeorcia Nort&, Carolina; South arolidia
State Bank'kll wanted Lt 1o. ao Ib,for
which ~ewil-pay cash.* 4.A l.
wilcnene,inAbefreby tei u hrch in
this place, en 28&ay-instabt/ 7jp. m.,
and be opTecd. *li a sermoh by the Moderator.
Watebnker and JeweIer.
TSrumned business i6 the woon buld- c
2ingthe gid stand,) on :Kastet, op
posite Matin's Hotel.
-iU.work :executed with despiatch, and war
-'atcd a feerIv. . ,,. Julr- 26 tf.
. NEWBERRT,-.ne of th'e be TANIR
in the o d LEATHEBA tL
KINDS F 81$ ERBXHANGE OFgt
HIDES TA R FOR OaSL,
will Tan,D'snd )Hid! o aeI3 one
Half for .the Other, ordait of t1etTdin
of the Leather aAth' we.
purdase Rid'ei .ie I iI e Price0ifb
will*continue busines'9 dat ie W1MT7I
the same as heretofbri, un
next, at which iine sy A *
shall be able - to Taa.and rMOT C
that yard befdre that time. AJu(
ceivedhereafter,at the New Yard. 1hoof
have heretofore patronized me wi eon ageW
do -so, and any - others who may Mel willng.
Tnose who have sent Hides to the Bierfield Tani
nery will receive. their Leather at my new jad1 .
have as good Ctrriers 'and Tanners a-.a0*a tbAo
St#te-; I will Purchaseor ZchAngL w' or-e
Tallow and Barkat the HigheetCaUH0.
APPLICATION will be,w made to the Iee&-la
N -tu-e of this sate at is next itting, for-an
amendment of te 'aerAf the reaimk0
Columbia R. 1 g--0.~, so W.uto uahoziua
in the location of the road betWeen
Sept. 13-38-3m. -
T has beae represete that,
1 - places of-Electior in svea
of this State, there are o4
don. jn A sv:b cases the me
islattire frolutch Distictsrill vnt
Persons, loyal citizen.; who iie ,1e
of allegiance, to.nianage, 4hedji
p-lace of those Maiaers io are abet
r'ovisional Gienmor o
'AreeinviliC. IL, An6
at his r
the 18th' inst., for'h.& 7 of
on: the' Piano, VioHi ( ir u
other -in,rnrgt. - ine r -
P.uos TuNs.-2 ~hi s as
by Professors,' Artstimid j abii i#'0
periop 11%no n'nd M4elodeon J$
.gage totune..i instua~1
Ufllke, -or- ti ad3dbr
Prytnty attended t, 44
is Dot n~Vbl.o f4Y wh M
se S Th -
Alb6 a commaioi a
ALL persona are.aied fro. tn4li
harling beendo4.s.. --~..
i f neru
Toge u.threr e w it a
nornore o f u
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