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D R. JAS. HILL hav'ing removed to 11h6 west,
has appointed the underigned to act as
his attornev, in the collection of all notes and ac
b64nt. lie :olichts those indebted to coine for
ward and sett1e. THUS. DUCKETT.
-Dec. 13, 51-t.
IF YOU WANT FINE
R'S VARIETY STORE,
LA W RAXGE.
NW,ERr.Y, Dec. 7, 1s65.
*rHE undersigned have th,is day fbrned a co
. pArtnerhip tindcr the name cf WISKE
AN & RING, for the purpose of carrying on a
Vhoeal- and Retail Grocery and P.1ovision
Business in the Town of Newberry. Produce of
every description received and sold on commis
%ion. ii, C. WISKEMAN.
D. A. RING.
N. U.-Having ample room we are prepared to
atore cotton and other articles. W. & R.
R. B. Holman & Co's
FANCY AND STAPLE
IS NIUW FULL AND COMPLETE,
And embrace one of the best and handsomest
stocks of goods, in their line, ever before exhiib
tdto a discrinatn pu-blic, to which they in
glish and Amnerlean Calicoes,
Devlaines, Merinos, Mohiairs,
Peplins, Foulard Poplins, Arues
For D)ress Goods.
Jacennet, Tarleton, Swiss,
N\ausook, and White goodk4
Of all descriptions.
Ambroideries, Ribbons, Laces
Jaconiet Edgelhig, and Flouncing,
homestics, of all kinids.
An endless variety of
For men, boys, ladies and mzisses.
MERIIX0 SIIIRTS and PAXTS,
Io laI dies anid gents.
LINEN SHIRTS, an endless variety.
And a full assortment of all little
decO 6 50 tf
THE Subseriber having determined to wind
up I'is business itn Newberry, offers for sale
Ibis large lot of
Bilk Dress Trinnuings,
An Many, Other Artidles, too Tedious to
J. C. MARTIN,
bec 6 564-t At cornet- store under Hotel.
T PROPOSE to reviv.e the publication of this
journial, at Columbia, S. C., as soon as mnail
tommunications bave been restored, and the
necessary arrangements can be made.
CHIARLES P. PELHAM.
COTTAGE TO REST,
Hndsome Cottage Residence, one mile
frmthe Court House, in the Towni of
Newber y hs ose is delghtfully situated,
goodroom. Fr paticuarsappl atthis office.
beenthisdaydissolved by mutual consent.
The usinss ill e cotined uderthe style of
WRIGHT & COPPOUCK, who will attes<d to~ all
tters of the late firm.
R. H. WRIGHT,
E. S. CUPPOCK,
Dec. 4th, 1865, H. WUHITMIR E,
Dec 6 50}-3t.
TPwenty-five Dollars Reward.
OST, onl the night of the 10th instant, at
XV.J ,',c~$n ~) ~ ,1'~ M'1.~ ,, T qmmr, n.
J P. KINARD & SON, are now -eceivin
* and opening a fine se:ection of ;oude,
At their residence 4 iniks North 0
Newberry; C. I.
Their stock consists in part of the following:
LADIES' DRESS GODS,
Prints, Delaines, Black Bombazine, Silks foi
Ladies dresses, }lannel, bleached Homespun,
Hoop Skirts, Jaconet, check Muslin, Ginghams1
Worsted goods, Black Alpacca, Ladies clotfl
cloaks, Balmoral Skirts, Ladies' a'd men's Glovo
Hosiery of all kinds, lad;es' and gent's liner
handkerchies, Leather ind Silk Belts, Ladies
collars and cufsz Gentlemen's collars, linen an(
paper, Shirt Frontsi white and colored spool cot
ton, needlesi hair:pins; combs and brushes, &c.
Cass*imere for Pants, Coats, Tests, and cloths.
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
Of all kinds.
Knites, Pdrks; Collins4 Axes,- Nalls, Trado
chains, Buckots and Tub,4. Sieves, Shovels an
Svades, Chisels, Augers anid Viles, Gun caps, &c
Also a good assottment of
Together with a fine lot of
Crockery - Ware.
Sugar and Coffee, Teas, Pepper, Spice, Mack
erel, Cheesej Flour, Liverpool Salt, candles,
chewing and smoking Tobacco, Segars, Bagging
And in addition to the above a fine assortment
Toys amid Cofctioiery,
We a ill buy all country produce, and pay cash
nangec goods for the same.
i:i also buy and paiy .the highest market
Wior cotton. Any one wishing to ship their
cotton to Charleston, New York or Liverpool,
can do so by application to us. We will make
advancements on shipments from Charleston.
nov' 29 49 J. P. KINAIID & SON.
Lanld to Lease.
1dred and Forty (940] Acres, lying on the
Saia River and Greenville & Columbia Railroad,
about twelve miles above Newberry C. HI.
Over three hundred acres in cultivation. Screw,
Gin Homuse, Dwelling House and Cabins in ex
ellent condition, on the place, and cane to win
ter 104) head cattle. Two or three hundred
bushels of corn, and a few head of cattle and
hogs may, if desired, be bought at one year's
eredit. Two good securities required. For par
ticulars apply to Mr. H. T. Yates, at said plauta
on, or to A. RI. Taylor, at Columbia.
Dec 6 50) 2
'H 1E MISSES IR AR DE A having received
much encourage ment, and being perma
ently located here, dlesire to inform their friends
and the public that they have commenced the
second quarter of their school. Scholars admitted
t any time and charged from the day of entrance.
Prices ranging from el to $10 per quarter,
ayable in specie or its eqmui valent.
French 812 per quarter. Music also taught.
Dec. 6, 50Ut
The Following Articles at Pre
sent New York Prices:
DeLaines, Prints, Ginghams, Alpaccas,
Bahmnral and Hioop Skirts,
Mourning, Barege, Tissue, Lace and French
Cotton and Wool Ilese,
Belt Buckles and Belting,
Hats of the newest fashion, Straw and Felt,
Wool Hoods, Nubias, Sontags and Breakfast
Crape, Linen and Needle-work Collars,
Cotton and Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs,
Gloves, Edgeings, Ribbons in all widths and
Congress and flalmoral Shoes and Gaiters,
Hair-dresses and Water-falls,
Side and Back Combs, &c., &c.
A full line of t-eadvinade Clothing,
Boots and Shoes, and Hunting Boots,
Cotton and Wool Shirts and Drawer5j
linen Shirts, Shirt-fronits, Linen and Vaper
Buckskin Gloves and Gauntlets,
Silk Neckties, Suspenders,
Cotton and Wool Socks, Woolen Scarfs,
Travellin g Valises, Umbrellas,
Pocket-Books4 Pocket-Knivyes, &c., &c.
BOYS & YOUJTH'S WEAR,
Ready-made Coats and Pants,
Boots, (something new; the Iron Clad,)
Shoes, Hats, &c, &c.
MISCE LL ANEOUS;
White, Ried and Colored Flannel.
Bleached IIomespun, Jackonett, Bishops Lawn,
Camb:ic, all colors, Towelling, Irish Linen,
Fine, Pocket and Round Comb's, Tooth Brushes,
Hooks and Eyes, Spool Cotton, Linen Thread,
Sewing Silk, Vest and Coat Buttons, Linen and
Cotton Tape, Embroidery Cotton, Pins, Needles,
ad a great many other articles in this line.
Fancy Soaps, Spices, Soda, Ink, Blacking and
Brshes, C'andles, Matches, &c. ke.
Which wil be sold at Wholesale and Retail by
ARE receiving and will continite io re
ceive, duriIg this Week, a eplendid
ZO C E R IE S,
Rio and Java Cofice.
Northern Butter & Lard,
(ytkfS II 1 9
Fresh Butter, Sodta tand Sugar
SPICES, all kinds.
A fne lot of
Frenchi mid 61ermm1
of all descriptions, just imported direct. And
something new for this market, viz,
Smyrin a Figs,
Z5 African Bates,
West India Oranges & Lemons,
and a few pounds
(eruan Bologna Sausage,
which they are determined to sell cheap.
M-"A trial is solicited.
J. 1. OSTENDORFF, W. W. RUTLEDGE.
I. MK SUBER & Co.,
A t which will be found a stock of
BOOTS and SHOES
At any similar establishment in the
And the public are most respectfully invited
to an exami;nation or the Stock, which is
large and variotis, and embhraces patterns of
best and most celebrated makers. I! will be
to the advantage of all who are in want of
lShoe givec us a call before purchasing
J. M. SUBER & CO.
To my old friends and customners.
Being connected with the above establish
ment I take this opportunity to return thanks
for a liberal past patronage, and extend an in
vitation to my many friends to renew and
cultivate their business acquaintance with
me. From a long experience in the Shoe bu
siness, I feel confident in being able to give
nov ?29 McD. METTS.
Worth of Goods
Webb & Lovelace
Are receiving and have now in store, the lar
gest and most complete stock of goods eve
brought to this market, which they will disr
pose of at EXTREMELY LOW FIGURES.
The stock compris
BOOTrS, SH OES, IIARDWA RiE,
And every ot!her kind of ware.
Of every character and variety.
A SUPERIOR STYLE LAMP
For Kerosine, and ahead of aill other stylei.
In fact our stock is unusuaBiy large in
all the various lines, and we invite an
examination to satisfy the most skepti:
cal that our
FIGURES ARE LOW.
I W SItell, at the late residenCe of W. L.
1"UZZARDT, deceased, on the 2-M of DC
cembe', (Fi iday) all the personal property of said
decoased, conssting of
DRN F ODDER,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
terms of sal' cash.
T. M. PATSNGER,
)ee 13 Administrator.
STEAM SAW MILL
O0SIT''VE'" will he sol on THURSDAY,
the 19th of DECEMBER next, at Martin's
Depot, Laureus District, a Portable Steam Saw
Mill, Twenty-Four horse power, made at Rich
mond, Va. The engine is in complete order. I
Eight Mu!As can draw it on any common road.
13. S. JAMES,
DR. C SUBERj
J. A. EIGLEBElGER,
I Will sell at the late residence of N. teorge
Gallman, de.Cased, on the 20th inst., Wed
nesday, the following personal estate of said de
ceased, consisting of
HOGS, CATTLE, SHEEP,
FIFTY BALES OF COTTON,
Cotton Seed, Wheat, Flour,
2000 Bushels Corn,
Gin and Thrasher,
Household and Kitchen Furniturc,
And many other articles.
Terms of sale cash, to be paId in specie or its
equivalent in greenbhacks.
dec 6 3t ~ELIZABETII GALL3MAN, Admx.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLUNA.
NEWBERRY DISTRICT-IN EQUITY.
Darid II. Buzhardt, A dministrator wthl will an
vecd .Cath. Buzhiardt, Saraht Jones, et al.
Dill to sell Property to aid in Payment of Debts,
Y3 ORDER OF TiIE COURT, I WILL SELL,
on th1 e
First Monday in January, 1866,
before the Court IIouse at Newberry, at public
Sand. Jefferson Buzhardt, Deceased,
on a credit of one and two years, with interest
from day of sale. Purchasers will be required to
secure the purchase money by giving bopd with
at least two good sutetles, and a mortgage of the
premises. SILAS JOHNSTONE,
COIl'S OFFICE, C. E. N. D.
22d Nov., 1865. N 29 49 5 $15
APPLICATION will be made to theo Legisla
Ature of this State at its nbxt sitting, for an
amendment of the charter of the Greenville &
Columbia R. R. Co., so as to authorize a change
in the loQatio~n of the road between Frog Level
FOR SALE OR RENT,
The IIouse and Farm in Newber
:i rv, now the property of Alonzo J.
White, Esq., and formerly the resi
dence and property of Dr. W. W.
McMorris. On the premises are a fine dwelling
house, all necessary outbuildings, and1 a fine well
of water. In thm garden and lot, there is also a
fine selection of Fruit Trees.
Attached is a Farm of Twenty Acres, more 'or
less, recently cultivated, and well drained and
For terms apply to the stibscriber at Variety
Store, Law Range.
nov 22 48 if C. W. PARKER, Agent.
A SUPERB ROSEWOOD 7 octavo PIANO.
. Obt '700; price $500. Apply at this
Nov. 29 A9-At
MRS. E. SELL will continue the business for
i merly conducted by Mrs. A. G. Parker, agt.
A splendid assort!iMnt of.
Nov 8, 4> uf
Cokesbur'y 1Dist. S. C. Con.1I865-6.
3 ALUDA River Mission, Nov. 19 ; Map1it6n
L Circuit, Mt. Pleasant, Nov. 25, 26 ; Ander
son St.ation and Circuit, Smith's Chaptl, Dec.. 2
and :. ; Fadgefield Circuit, Court House, Dec 9,10;
Newberv Station, DeC. 10; 17.; Pendleton and
Mt. Zion Cts., Sandy Springs, Dec. 23, 24; But
ler Ct., Zoar, Dec. :o; 3t1; PiL'kens Ct., Center,
Jan. 0, 7, (ist;6) Laureus and Ree'dy River Cts.,
Court hlouse, Jan. 1:f, 14 ; Mewberry Ct , Zion,
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
fy Join T. Petersnn, Ly., Urinary oj .ew
1T 1151EIIA S, ll.D.Huintingt on has a plie d to me'
I for Letters of Administration, will annexed,
on all and singular the goods anil chattels, rights
and credits of Iosannah Moore,late 61 the district
These are therefore to cite and admonish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to be and appear before.me; at
our next Ordinary's Court, f.r the said District,
to be liolden at Newlberry C. 11., on the 13th day of
Dec. next, to shew cau:ke, if any, why the said
Administration s1hli il not bc granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 29th day
of Nov., in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-four.
Dec 0 2 J')HN T. PETERSON, 1.x..
'HE STATE OF SOUTI CARLIMA.
W. H. Harrington and others, Ex'ors, vs. Helen
O'Neall, and others.
Bill for sale of property, relief, &c.
The creditors of the estate of Judge John Bel
ton O'Neall, decased, ar2 hereby to render in
and establish on oath, before the Commissioner,
their rcspectiv demands, on or before the first
day of February, 1S6G, or they will he precluded.
SILAS JOH1NSTONE C. F. . D.
Coml's Office, Nov 10. 1S65. 'm [i15]
THE STATE f' 940UTI CAROLINA.
EWBERR Y DISTRIcT-IN ErITY.
Uavid r. Buthardt, Administrator with will
annexed, vs. Catherine Buzhardt,. Sarah Jnes;
Josephine Buihafdt, Mary BuThardt.
Bill to sell property to aid in payment of debts,
The creditors of Satnitel Jefferson lBuzhardt,
deceased, arC" ,y required to present, and
render in on o-. ,o dhe undersigned, their re
spective claims against said estate, within two
months from publication hereof, or they will be
excluded. SILAS JOUNSTON, C. N. D.
Coi's. Office, Oct. 2, IS65.-2m. $10
Office G, & G, R I,
NEWBERRY DEPOT, Nov. 7, 186S.
A LL OOS to be shipped on the DOWN
TRAIN, must be delivered at the Depot,
bg 3 o'clock, p. iii. All 00b to be shipped on
the UP TRAIN must be deiivered at the Depot,
by 4 o'clock, p. -.
Nov 8, 46-tf. J. F. GLENN, Agent.
GRAESER & SMITH,
Commis'n & Forwarding Merchants,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Solicit Consignments of Cotton, Naval Stores,
all kinds of Produce, and General MerchandisQ,
and will make ADVANCES on the same ; and
sell either in this or foreign matkets.
Orders for Goods promptly' executed at lowest
prices. Goods forwarded to any point.
Refer to Messrs. G. W. Williams & Co., and
John Fraz.er & Co.
C. A. GR.AEsERP, A. SYDNEY SMITH.
dec 6 50 1m
C, D, CARR & C0,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings,
PATENT STEP LAbbERS, &6.
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS, of every inHety,
Which they offer to the Trade at New York Job
CHARLESTON, S. C.
dec 6 3m
Ed(ill Bates & C00,
124 Meeting Street,
C II A R ES8TO0N, S. C.,
Wholesale dealers in
Are now receiving a large assortment of STA
PLE DRY GOODS purchased during the ecent
decline, and offer themi
At Greatly Rleduced Pices.
Shall haYe a oomplete stock of CLOTHING
manufactured for i,he Spring trade.
Attention of nmerchadts 501iclted,
dec 6 50 4t
400 Sacks Liver
100 Bbls. Turk's
Island SA LT.
rn !N Sdbser!be& has on hand, 200 sacks Liver
Lpool salt and 4C0 Reams Wrapping Paper,
which lie will dispose of at a very small per cent
over cost prices. Call early and see for your
selves, at the store directly under Masonic Hall.
Dec 6 H. C. WISKEMAN.
At their Storc, by the subscribers,
Eithr Pe:tches or A pples, for w~hIch Lhe high
est rharket price will be.given.
nov 29 49 MAYE5 & M%AP1tiN.
Janqy and Staple Dry1,
PRINTS; from 40 to 50 cents pt"
Delaines, from 60 to 75 cts. p'er j
Merino, $1.50 to 2.00 per yird.
Black Bombazine, $1.50 per yard
Fine Black Alpacca, $1.25 cis pe' j .
White, Colored and Red Flannel,$ I 1 5
Sea Island Bleached Homesp6n.
Sea Island Honespin.
Cassimere for Pants.
Hoop Skirts, for Ladis and Child-en
Cambric, all colors
Ladics Bedutiful Iroadcloth Clo*kc
Braid for Dresses.
Ladies and Men's'Gloies
White Hose, Half Hose.
Ladies and Children's Hoods.
Fancy Hair Combs.
Ladies And Gents tineh iIaiidkercheIs4
Leather and Silk Belts.
Scarfs, all sizes and prices.
Spool Cotton', Needles.
Coat, Pant and Vest Buttons.
Children's Wool and Merino Hose.
Black and Colored Flax Thre;ad.
Bleached and Unbleached Canton Flann
Hooks and Eyes, Silk Thread.
Vail Stuff-Green, Brown and lU'e.
White, Black and Colored Spool bittoifi.
Hair Combs, Dress Combs, Pocket.Combs,
HairBrushes, ClothesBrushes,To h Brshe
Coats, Vests, Pants.
W hite Shirts.
Linen and Paper Collars.
BOOTS, SI-OES & HATS
Boots-an excellent stock.
Ladies and Men's Shoes' all stes, sIu
numbers and priegs.
Hats and Cloth Caps.
Fancy Toilet Soaps.
Brown Windsor Soap.
Wool anid Cotton Qards.
S. W. C2ollin's A xes,
Nails, No.'s 4, 6, 8 and 10.
Knives; Razors and. Strops.
Spectadces and Spectacle Cases.
Watch Crystals, Keys and Guards;
Copperas, 10 cents pei- pound:
Blue Stone, 25 cents per pound.
Trunks, Vr.lises, Carpet Bags.
U mbrel las,
Tubs, Buckets, Brooms, Sifters.
Ink, pens, Writing Paper and Envelope4
Blackiing arid I!rbshes
Table Spdons, Tea Spoons.
Fancy French Confectionery.
French Candy at 75 cents per pound:
Stick Candy, 50 cents per pound.
Large and assorted stock of Toys:
Plates, Cups and Saucers.
Ewers and Basins.
Presei ie G lasses.
Green and Black Tea..
Sugars20, 25, po; 25 cents per gound
Soda, 20 cents lier pound.
soap, 20 centk-par $dind'.
Pickles; 50c 75c $1 and 1.50 pa bottS&
Candles 45-cents, per pound
English Dairy ,Cheese; 45 etits pe I
Mackerel, No. 1, $65.1 R
No 1 Mackerel, 20 cents a piece.
Cracker, Soda, Butter and Fancy.
Raisins, Pepper, Matches, Starch.
Bourbon Whiskey, $1.75 per bottl1- -
IIolland Gin, $1.75 per bottle.
French Brandy, $3 pei- bottle
All kinds Wine.
Cherry Wine, $1.25 per bottle.
Madeira '' "
-Port, " -
Blackberry Brandy. -
rrGandS hTOBACCO AN.3
Anderso.n's Fine Cnt ChewIng Tbaeco.
.My entire Stock was- seeed -by imyselr
with great care in~ New York, aiid, is full ad
crpletc in every line.- To decoinmodatp W#
ustomers and prepare for an increagingra
I have. enlarged my store dou,b) id.rgi1
size where the present beautiful supply of
goods enn be seen' ?o greater advantag.e. J
will sell the above goods'rEY PER CENT cAap65