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Pesons havino demands againSt the es
S ate of Dr. THO& W. THOM'4Oy, dec'd,
to hand thgm in, properly attested,
*ef Newberry District on or be.
- d4totAprilt riekt.
sARA1 A. THOMPSON,
foraierly of No. 29 Rayne Street.
-~ iv q d now in store a full supply of
Window Glass K-osine Oil,
Wholesale agents for
JEAMF Plantation Bitters,
Constitution Life syrup
-Ad all the reliable Patent Medicines
1f the day.
QMSEPH A MORGAN,
No. 15~3 lYecting Street,
Opp. Charleston Hotel.
EBB & SAGE,
- - - aviW reumed their o'd business as
i Crockery Dealers,
Hare opede'd their store at
- .o. 5. 11AYN9 STREET,
- NIt dor to Wesers. G. W. Winiams & C<.
fo snow teidngstoek and are prepared to sell
- - y*.crse or to repIck goods at the loiret
-prices.-T6elin- confident the adTitages
S *eir 1se peene=s_% Direct Importers win
J-a d ask a renewal ot the
A irlarmer rieads ad of the pub
Jan 17 4niY
E ta i~ g &. eerge streets,
T4.*ibarIeston, S. C.
t6e sutetiona ,u'es is cafled to The complete
Genleen's Furnishing and
B$hirts, Underwear, Slvs Hosiery
Toilette Astiees. &e.
Fagv godsof every variety.
*Tthe public are respettully inaired to earl and
Jat 1*7 4.mL
& F. L. o'EILL.
ggindg8 R in ll
NoG 167.AST. BAZ
102 Eay, Chark-ston, S. C.
&@ss Coee,Tea, Mohisses', Baceon, Lard,-Mack
re. Cheese and Butter. LLgnors of-i kinds.
Liberal adaces made Au cenIsgi)weets.
- DEALEis INJ
ENGLISH and AMERICAN~7
-O LS, WINDOW GL ASS,
We beg te call the attcentiorn of 'orr'riends and
bevrer patron to our stock of the above goods,
which is now nearly eemplete. We deal exclu
uively -in one lifie, buy of 'Manufacturers and their
Agents, anddeel Lkar, wie are able to offer such
inducements as will make it to the interest of the
public to give us their patrona-ge.
9er Store Is No. 3, Mollohon Row,
In Front of Uhe court IHouse.
,.*n 102 s.
Fry Pans, Tea -Kettles,
Of- light weight and superior quality~
- .-P,BOOZER & C.'s
Jg ioS HARDWARE STO)RE.
A SINGLE LADY, to take charge of three
children, in a private family, residing near
Newberry, C. H., one that is competent to teach
all the branches that are taught in a first class
female college. with music. For further inform
ation address "Herald Office."
Jan 17 3 3
T HE Subscriber would inform the citizens and
families, of the District, and of his imme
diate locality, that he will open a SCHOOL near
his present residence, on Monday, the 22d inst.
The rates of Tuition will be $10, $15 and $20 per
session of twenty weeks, payable semi-annually
in advance in specie, or its equivalent. A few
boarders can be accommodated in the neighbor
hood. THOS. DUCKETT.
Jan 17 1
Mt. Zion Ifstitnte,
W IlN SB0 R 0, S C.
'INHE exer,-ises of this SCHOOL will be re
smed the 1,t Monday in February, 1866.
G. A. WoDWARD, Principal.
Rev. W. P. DuBosE, A. 2., Assistants.
W. 31. Dwillir,
Terms per session, payable half in advance,the
ba;ance at the close of the session.
Board with.Tuition in all the branches
except Philosophy, Chemistry and
French ...........................$100 00
Tuition of day scholars in the classical.or
higher English aud Mathematical De
partments....................... 25 00
Tuition in other branches, from .$10 to 20 OQ
Course of Chemistry or Phiiosopby,.... 10 00
French................. ......... 10 00
Con--ingent charge for each pupil....... 1 00
Pavme6 required in specie or its equivaient
in currency, et the rime of settlement.
G. A. WOODWARD,
Jan 17, 3 4 PrincipaL
[male Collegiate School,
V E SPRING SESSION of this School will be
gin on the 1 2th day of February next. It
is very desirable that pupils should enter at the
comm11enceruent of the session, but they will be
re eivedat an time, and charged from the time
This sch4ol has been taught by'me for several
years, and has hitherto been limited in the num
ber of scholars, but I will now receive a 1 who
may apply for admission, and will employ compe-.
teilt assistants, as the increasing number of puipils
may mnake it necessary to do so.
My health having been fully restored, I propose
to devote all my time and energy to the building
up of such a school as shall furnish facilities for
acquiring. a complete education to girls who can
not be sent from home for t.hat purpose, and all
the.advantages of the best schoo's in the -State
to those wrhose circumistances allow of their being
H an ug many yeard experience as a teacher,
the system of inst ruction pursued will be such as
that experience has proved to be most efficient
IMy charges are as follows:
FQr instruction in the higher studiefia com-.
plete English course for session of five
For instruction in lower branches of English,
fo(r session of five mronths, from. .. .$15 to $20 001
F,or instruction in }Trench, German, Italian,
Board can be had for at least 315 0Il per
month, exe!u ive of tights and washing. I am
piepared to take a nttmber of boarders in my
faily at the abere rat.e. My bonse is large,
romy, und<on.1b:rab, in a retired part of the
town, anid has attached to it a fine slhady grov'e,
affordinig asmpie room ter recreation The above
raite for tuition A';d hoard are payable in specie,
or its equivalent in currency, or' provisions at
marker prices. Fr futher inform:gion addtess
IRev. Juo. J. Brantly, Newberry, S. C.
JNO. J. BRANTLY.
Jan 10, .2-1m.
JIfLLSORO (N. C.) MILITARY
TL HE ixte'enth Se ssioo (FITE MONTHSI) of
h U is ACADEMY will begin on 3iONDAY,
te FIRST D)AY O~F JA NUA RY, 1866.
Circulars4ariished on applicarion to
J. B. WITE,
IDe 26 ,5 Superintendanit
Gentleman, well qualified to teach the Ian
es,~ &c~, and who has been teaching
for twelve yeatrs past,. .ud preaching for. twenty
ears, and wi:hort fanduly, is ded.rous of obtain'.
in a io in a privarte 'family, a proe.ssor
ship in a calege 'thich he has fornerly illed
wit@ ruchl a ..eptTbilitv) er as principai ~in a
i-bhol f. good grade. -A ddress
S. B. BROWNEA.
Jaan 31i - Cokesburgy, S. C..
N.B. It is desirable that applications shoul.d
state salary, size of school, and price of board.
Green7tille Female College.
~ 2HE SPRING TERM of. this InstitutiLon wiji
Ibegin the FIRST of FEBKUAflY, andi cn
tinue 21 weeks.
A fall and very superior corps of instructors
has b.eesi sec~uted, and the Boardinig De partment
is in the hands of tirose the caunot ai to give
- .Fir termsaand fwtl e sformation apply. for
crcular. C- U. JCDSON -
Dec3 2--0, Presid3eat.
10,000 lbs Plow, Wagon
T-e Buggy Tire, Horse
Shoe and Band Iron,
An assortment of Pots, Ovens, Spi
dlers, &c., for sale by
CARWILE & McCAUGIIRIN,
jan 3St Agents.
T REREBY ap-point Mr. W. A. EESLIE, my
Ilawful agent and attorney, to transaet all
business for me during my absenee in the West.
Jan. 10 3 R. B. HOLMAN.
For Sale at
PR AT T JAMES & CO'S,
Jan 10, 2-tf~
CAN BE SUPPLIED
For a Very Little Money
By HENRY H. BLEASE.
Newberry, S. C., January 3, 1866-1 tf
AT SHORT NOTICE,
A6F vw M v0Ak
By HENRY H. BLEASE.
NOW IS.THE TIME TO
And I sell them BELO W COST, to
close what I have on hand.
JA CCB STERN,
Jan 10, 2-St Opposite Montgomery's
A New Store.
H JAVING just re.turned from Baltimore, Phila
dephia, New York and Boston, where I
diligently labored to procure the best and cheap
est articles of the day, I now offer to my friends
and the public generally, the largest and best as
sisting of GROCERIES, viz:
Bagging and Rope,
Sugar, Coffee and Molasses,
Bacon, Lard and Cheese,.
Coffee, Spicc,Ginger &c.
Dry ood ~fALSOI
Bry ock [ hey !ari6ty&SiyI6e,
ilats, Boots & Shoes,
SADOtES, BRIDLES AND UARNESS,
Htardware, C'roeceryware. Glassu'are.'
In a ivord, every thing usually found in a varic
ty Store, all of which will be exhibited with
p asure an old at greatly reducedi pdces, hav
tisarge antd splendid stock, since t-he great
f.alil on r.onds, 1 trust my former friends and pa
trotis will niot fil to call and e\amine our adk
I nill be found at my old stand No 5 Mollohon
Ro-w. G. Ii. S\1IITH, Agent.
January 10 2 t f
THE STOCK OF
H fats and Caps,
Is of the fullest dec"ription, additions to which
are being constantly made. Besides . which
is quite large aind full.
WVhich will be disposed of at bie:st reasonable
Jobbe n ad cenntry mechan's=wU1 Badi it
to their advantage to ca.l on me and examine
dec 2 Mi. YOOT.
Plain & Japai ned'
TH E following nseful articles have just been
Ireceiv~ed at WRIGHTS TIN SHOP:
JAIPANED TEA and COFFEE CANISTERS.
" Mkalasses Pots.
"Fancy Cups for children.
Pressed or Seamless Pans, assorted Sizes&
Tin Plates. -
Large Iron Spoons, &c.
In addition to the above, I.have on hand a good
assortment -of PLAIN TINWARE, and ha'ving
received a good supply of the very best material
-oth of TIN and SHEET IRON, I gilI inana
facture in the neaIest and most substantial man
ner, all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Ware1 S_tsve
Piping, &c., nstaaUy kept in a wel1i-gulat'ed T~in
so.:a nn nnnnhnth e
It is my intention t~ work none but the very
The most complete
MANUFA CT ORY
In America, can be found at
NEWBERRY C. H., S. C.,
HENRY 11. BLEAS1i,
Jan 3 1 tf Proprietor.
MERCHANTS WOULD DO WELL
To call at
And examine his
Tin Ware & Prices.
Jan 3 1 tf
OLD STOVES and OLD STOVE
Piping, old Gutters, oi Roofing,
And all old Tin Ware,
Repaired at short notice, by
jan 3 1 tf HENRY H. BLEASE.
NEW ROOFING, NEW STOVES,
New Stove Piping, nev Guttering,
New Tin for Valleys, &c., &c.,
All furnished and finished, with all of
the newest improvements, by
jan 3 1 tf HENRY H. BLEASE.
Wiskeinan & Ring,
WHOLESALE AND RtETAIL
GROCERS, have on hand
200 sacks Liverpool SALT
50 bbls. Turk's Island Salt
50 bbls. eboice Baltimore Flour
Iaeon, Salmon, Mackerel,
Oysters, Sardines, Pickleb
Sugar, Coffee, Tea,
Lard, cheese, butter) eggs
A pples, onions, cabbage
Twine, rope, bagging
Soda, mustard, spice
L idies shoes
School books, 8tationery~,
- Togertrer ~ withi a variety of otlier
goods. We expect by the 15th prox.
a large stock requisite for a first class
grocery. W. & R.,
Jan 3 1 tf Under Masonic gall.
Now Full and Complete
Ladies', Gentlemen's, Bioy's
Youth's, Misses & Children's
BOOTS1 SHOiS, AITERS &c
IS now fbll and complete. Coesisting of every
variet'y and'ty1e of Ooods, in our line, all
f which we'ci-e ade, especially to order, by the
very best nmacutrs. Ther~efore, we feel confi
dnt that we aan, and iil sell a better shoe for
the same money, than any other house this side
f Philadelphia. We cordially invite a call be
fo% you buy elsewhere.
I. M. SUBER, & '06.,
1ain st., opposite Court Ho.use.
N.. B.-Beinig connected with the House of I.
I. Saber & Co., I will be happy to see all my
od friends and customers.
Jan 1O0.2 tt McDUFFIE METTS.
Is selling off his splendid Stock of
G6ods at greatly reduced priees--harei.
ly over cost-for the purpose of clos
ing out ini order to prepare for 1is
SPRING S T OCKS
Fine American Prints at from 254t0
28 cents per yard.
Delaines 35 to 50 cents per yard.
Silk Popiins with silk stripes, 59 to
75 cents per .yard.
Merino, 75c, to $1.
Clothing very cheap.
Ladies fine Kip 13oots, fromi $2 to
$5 per pair.
IIeavy Stock Groceries,
Sugars, 25 eents per pound-.
Cheese 40 cents per pouind.
Call early if you wish to secure bar.
gains, as iam determined to leave for
the North on the First of February to
select niy Stoek of rng Goods.
(uitait and Vion Siings
fsUITAR and Violin Strings, Hair for Fddle
Bowe, Bridges and other appendages for
Guitars and Voins, oI E hOSNS'
Dc. 20-52-if. MILLER 4k TI1OMflSON'S~
Worth of Goods
Webb & Lovelace
Are receiving and have now in store, the lar
gest and most comfplete stock of goods eve
brought to thi.Amarket, which they.-wil disr
pose of at EXTRMELY LOW FTGURES.
The stock cormprises
BOOTS, SHOES, HARDWARE,
And every othei kind of ware.
Of every character Pnd variety.
A SUPERIOR STYLE LAMP
For Kerosine, and ahead of all other styles.
In fact our stock is inusuilly large in
all the various lities, and we invite al
examinauon to satisfy the most skepti
cal thit oar
FIGUFA-ES ARE LoW.
nov 29 49 WEBB & -OVELACE.
3 HE proprietor return.q his thanks to his 'pa
trons, and will be pleased to furnish
of all the choicest varieties, adapttd ro our cli
Ap'res and Peithes at 30 to 50 cents.
Pears, Plums, Cherries, Apricotc, 75c. tor $1.
kergreens, aoses, Grape Vines of Choice
kinds, Engish Walnuts, Spanish Vhesnuts, Ever
bearing .Mid1ierries, Figs, Asparagus and Horse
Radish. Roots, etc. Osage and Macartney Roses
A Descriptive catalrgne sent to all post paiid
applicants'. Address W.Y $LTMMER,
Jan. 3 1 2m omaria, S. C.
The udersigned having Just i-eturn
ed from New York witht a very large
and complete and handsome Stock of
Goods, which he seleeted with great
care, and purchased at reasonable ralbs,.
offers them for sale, at his place,2 miles
west of Bush River Church, at prices
as low as they. can -be purchased any
where. A trial is all that is asked, to
prove that the Goods and Pricea will
The stock consists in r,art of a'
lIns, Alpacca, Long-cloth,
Velvet, Sheeting, ,Shawls, Broad-cloth, Jplan
kets, French Corsets, Balmorails, Hloisery and
Cravats, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Hats
and Capjs, Silk and Kid - Gloiyea, Cor*bs and
Brushes,- Hoop Sliirts end Ffinneth, Donda
zine, Jaconet, ingham, Worsted (Gots,
Ladies' Cloth Cloaks, Leather and 'Silk $elts,
Ladies Collars and Cuffs, Paper Collars,Shirt
Fronts, spool cotton,_needles, hair-pins, etc.
Perfumery, Cutlery, Crockery~
Shis and Boots, Hardware,
Tin-ware, Grooeiies, Toji
We will buy all country produce,. and. p-ty
cash 'or exebange goods for th~e same.
We w'ill also ba~y arid pgy the hebt~st
market price for cotton. .Any .on wishing
to ship their votti t-o Charlesten, New Yoi-k
-or LiverpooL. can do so by application to us.
We will jnake advancefloente on . shipmfents
sear Eush aerA4hurch.
Decembe'r $Q 2 3
A New 1?ae in an Old Plce!
jIANING laseied th Vrepriet'orship of the
ILMarbin House, S,will hereafter be known
as the Ne wherry Rotel. I will use iway best en
deasu' tu supply 'he table with gerd, notritious
and weli-cooke:d .lbod. My ser'a'nts are -eleanly
and attentive.~ Fvery efforZ will be put forth for
the comnfort of uf gnests. I invite the travelibg
public tg give me a cal.. I will'mnike mny terms
a reaW6natie af possibie so as to accommodate
'risitors fromn the country, business men, clerks
and aothers, who mnay wish to patronize me. Feel
ing the necessity and ianportance of a well-kept
public house, I will do all that I can to establish
the same. H. L EPTING.
Newberry, Dec. 13, 1865.
Office Gr. & Ci. 1% N
NE WBER RY, S. C., Sep. 4, 1805.
A LL FREIGIITS will be received at this DYe
.tp6t, and shipped withou't pre-payment, for
other than Wa.y Statioas., Freight to Way Sta
tions must be'pre-paid as hieretofore..
The Company ctn.eot collect other than their
own Freight over .the R6ad, nor be responsible
for cotton after leavitg the cars.
JOHN B. LASSALLE,
ep. S, 87-'tf Gen'l SuD't.
DR. J. E. DAPRAY,
O)FFICE on the North side of Main-sti-det, fo~r.
merly occupied and kn'own, as the Law
Office of G. G. DeWalt, Esqr.
Dr. Da prav is now prepared to por formn -ll ope
rations at the OLD PRICES for CASH or its
equiyalent. Chlocoform administered when de
Newberry, June 1, '65,
Lands for est
will'offer for rent on t& re
ruary next, at Newberry Cour n-t - -
o'clock,M., at public out-ry, the Wadsb -
to the o.tate ofrt. B. Rathertoed, deld .
The Home plice on which there iss goodr
nego houses, gin houses, and all necessry ,tdt
building. There areaoutifive *bbodreds.
of lands fit for culture, and of-good fertfityr -,U
under good fence. - '
The MeMORRIS PLAC$7 b *ich thi -
a good overseer's house, negro houses, -
bouses. and all necessary ont-buildings. Oi- *
place there ire about for hundred acre of ars.
ble laud ol good fertility, and nauder gtod feWe.
- ALSO- - - 4
The CROMER PLACE, adjoiniti the- Belr.
riesTine, on whieb therett Aome old fouses. -
There are about one Updred acteS of good aY
ble land on this 1place huder good-eie.
Tering.-The rent must be wer4d bY nte a --
.apprtved su eties, to be. paid on or -before *0e
first day of January. 18,. No tiuber to bed t
for fire wood except dead ti;dber; -of .*fik -V4
there is an abundant supply. The buildWins af
not to be injured, unavoidable acviOenW ezepO
ed, and the tences are to be kept in their preset
con-Oition-, for which repairs timber may be et - V
2 0. H. RUTHlEFORD -
n10 2 t Administrato
Disrie, i wW sell on
Wednesday, 4th January, Inst,
At the late residencef H. W. GARY, -
10 miles ab.ove.Newlberry on Laure_:IL.
the personal estate-of said dec'd.
FARMING DIPLEXENT , -
FIVE BAtES COTTON,
The finest 'tharough bred. SBORT No w
DURHAM BULL, in the State, (brought fri
Kentucky,) and herd of DURHAM CGATTLEf f.- -
, Terms Cash-In Curreney. .
SAR-AH C. GARY, fdt Z
Jan 10, 2-2t.
0N W ednesday, 24thanuary, hA1 , 1110 of --Z
Ter'a.pbic sae, at my. Plantaos
ted in Laurens Disiict, aou, aiz niles - .
Chappell"s Depot, the folla*mn:- - ,
Abo6( 2i head H?orse mnd uMtles^
40 head'CatLe. . ~ --
50 headTSheef . - ~
150 Hogs. -
2 Wagons sud Zerness.
2.set laksmkhosl00. - -
Also, all the Uortg Fodder, eas,k
raised uponib-e platli- last fear. -
Terms-All sums Yender '($20) twenty doUo -
cash, all over that amount,- 'n,..hir4pily,
ance payjable.in 12 monithe, ith,intere - .
two approved suretieV. ,.--i~ -
At.the tar1te time and 3)&ce, urili pre4 -
tented or-disposed of, on private terbnT - -
'A Still Hotuse, with ,Thr4e StHis ant-ab- - -
Stands all in working opertibwi,
adjoining sereral fine arid-op6dls -
water. .Thes tract contains- abbut 400 -*
prime river tiottour and 100 &id In hlg1: -.
beert cotton and p. ovIen~ places in thie up-eoun6j .. . --
The -above- property -ray betreted'fd - - t
gether aud.ps a.f hole -at prince saleg dhy -__
before afonday,2lst JaV,uary,ind to an.psw.
puirchas'M the terms will ^be -made- ftodcik 1 .- -
dati ng.. - ---a
WiZh the above propety wint be isid, if - -
ired, or sebarateiyg a store lot at. 1lhafpelPsD
pot, on.the G. &.C. R. B.. measung acr* - j*
han<4, and containing- 21arge sIote %oss t *
ce llarig anda-dieling house with-Ot - - -
for a sm4ll faudiy. - -
Terms seane as the above, ---
SJa0 B. - AR Y- M 1. 5MV# -
The Staebf8eath 'Care tae
David H: Besfa. Adnr.,w.i wilfalneibd,v.
Can'efuhart~ arah Jones, et aL. *
Trder -'f the CourtIwil reisl
t erikof the fer e 1114
first Monday '-in -Februaty~8f .eoit
Court Hew at- Newberry; &t p1jc1ic'eipi $ * ---
tract of lIad; belonginj to-thie estitE.'ofSie .
Jefferson - Bdzjarde, -deesdd *sTtuiateflf ii
Newberry DMtrict, -on tir ateits bf
Ereek, oti-the jwortlr tide, nj t*El~ -
and-one and-?evtg i One hnudeU iee'
(214-l00)-and bounded .1lands ofs . *~
HalfacreEat&of i. &. Totmzi atei6~?~~~
T W. Thompon-ardthers: ' .-~: --
-TERXS--The - ure ertiR-be;16 uire
give 6ond-with at least two d6finirek **d~
mortgahf' the premtis te seer th~e
ment of -te iiehtase mo~ney' able - .
two yeare, with iintereste there~ fit 4t
nary 1866. -
Corn's.. Offoe. A -
CJan'uary 8t.hIf86O 10~
-Jan 1, 24t - ~
- UHE STATE O TH CASOLii
W. H. Harti>sn awd others,'EP'ors;
ONeaI1, and others - - --
BilI for' safe of property, relief~,&c "
The creditors of tire estate of Judge J1j
ton O'Neall, deceased, are hereby to r..erff
and estabishb on oath, before the Commissioiter,
their respective demands, on or before det 'lu
day of February, 1 8646, or they will be prec1 .dedr
SILAS -JOHNSTONE, -c... -
Comn's Office, Nov 10, 1865. 3m [$151
To Meet the Deila1hM of
Who are expected to make a RUSH- on this esa.
tablishment for -
Nice Things, Good Thins, .
Sweet Things, Fancy Things,
And Elegant Tings,
THE CHLD1 EN'S FRIEN~D,
And great grand uncle of A. M. WICKEhR1 WiWl
open the choicest assortmient of
Christmnas Fanies r -
Ever -seen before, lbt
Little children, big children, mothers, fathep,
..ncles a nd aunnts, who a re all codially inTited-tor,