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o ss,----Pje*se announce Captain
42mwy W.I erbert as a candidate for Clerk of
Ort of Common Pleaf and General Sessions
Mf1f%%IOO pe Barr1.
ogr, 1cts pe lb.
*rits Turpentine, 75ts per gal. by
~~Sl 81n, 8jc, per lb by the bil. I
41"6r goods in pioportion by
jFIS1ER 4 LOWRANCE,
C.oIhnbia, S. C.
no prepared to COMPRESS COTTON
nsportation or Storage.
Sthigsyster of compressing, there is a sav
v the shipper-of a per centage in. freight,
preventirg loss by wear and tear, beside se
p the eel)er a higher prie. Orders ta
#k P_'rassj adjoiing the S.outh Carolina
epo, CoIunmbia, S. C.
- . ersa having demands against the Es
ate of THOMAS WA TSON, deceased, will
th'em in properly proven, to _Jares H.
ilaam, (who is my agent,) on or before the 1st
-Afy UfMrch ueXt. JOSEPH W ATSII,
F"' 2 86 ; 6. ' AdMilislrator.
m. 1l&OWFAT PEAS,
Zxtra Early ~.
* watfSagar -
arly York Cabbage,
rwetty general assortment of ITARDWARE
ad MLERY, amongst which is superior Table
paderynd o is, dhe best nmake Files.
vk many- other. articles. Will barter for or
vathafe all &puy produce. The above ut
receied and for ald >y R. ST EW A RT.
Feb j 866 F 7,6 2
"IMMUils U YL alentinues
* I~ great 'variety of style, beauty and
= priee, may -e had at the bookstore.
by bods and Pleasure Boolis
or klittle phildren.
Firopathe Primier up to the fifth Reader.
Bltries an4 other Books,
Bibles sAd Testaments
Paper and Envelope8,
.* n;quantity and very cheap. -
Cedey%~ Lady's Book,
-For February, just received at the New
tiry Book store. At the Sign of the
Thg&-Bok, Law Range.
* tie new,-on hand ni 4 offer for
.aae, at the lowest prices,articles usually
f.und inawon regulated G~rocery Store,
- -c such aa
oap, Oandleg Starch, Pepper,
- ARd many ether articles too numec
ofYe argi4cEe Ia,~
* ~~. Also the ioogs -gbit;e antd .red Potatoes, -for
~by U).YELACE & WBEELER
- menist eaniifuYeontry~ made- Mo
. bisses. for retail, so as to accomnmodate al
a msas1 buyers; for sale by WELR
000 6 tf
KoiGto Cotton Shippers,
pleorof~ Taxes at this pIhgce having
jj~~~u~hotice thait the two cents per pound
tax on cotWa rntbe paid here, on all eotto.
- aldpedirOsn this-point, we take this method.of
- - bdV$1fyag o.athiendsabat wagere uprepaced to pay
betrog afr60Uon gent- t.o our care for ship-.
e.at. , W. H.JEFFERS &CO..
6 3- Forwardi.g Agents.
Y$inaresville- Heralid, Abbeville Press and
Osner and Anderson- Intelligencer illI copy-4
,atips.and charge to,aet. W. A. J.
?0OTTON SEED FOR SALE,
A FEW BUSH ELS of superior COT TO N SEFED
,can be had by applying to Harris & Bow
.bra, at ew berry..
Feb.7 6 RLENRY BURTON.
ATTEN'110N, R. A, IKl
A regular conocation ofSignet.Chapter
No. 18, R. A. M., will be held on lon
' *day, Februa~ry 12th. Punctual attend
a'#: is requested. By order of the M. E. H. P.
JAMES LARKIN, Secretary.
Feb. '7, 6-it.
S aIERIFF-8 SALE.
fY order of Jno. T Fete rson, Ordinary .of
.L.ewberry District, I will sell in froott of
* e Court House door at Newberry, .on the. rst
*esday in HMek next, one tract of land. situiate
ad being inz the -District of Newberry, So. Ca ,~
oaining eight acres, more er less, -bounded by
lainds of Hugh C. Wilson, Eliz:abeth Blowles and
Jnao. C. Spence, ou a cr-edit util the firstglay .of
Janusfy 1-887, with in'trest ?kom the day of saie,
eecept .ntnh.of he .puech'ase anoney as may
be ne~~essary to :pay.cost.s, which .:nsx~t be psid.i~
T'HE snbae6bdrs hftve ,just returned from
'T'Charleston, with a fine, large and full
STOCK OF GOODS,
Which they are opening at their residence 4
miles Nerth of Newberry C.H.,
consisting in part of
L3dies Dress Goods,
J. P. KINARD & SON.
J.n 7 6 tf
JOH.N C. SEEGES. G. MIERCKS.
H AVING erected a large and convenient
Storehouse on Main street, in this city, we
are prepared to receive Goods on Commission or
for Transmission to any point. No efforts will be
spared to give the utmost satisfaction to all who
may favor us with their custom. Haging always
teams and wagons at our command, there shall
be no delay, and our charges shall be moderate.
Goods will also be receive-i in storage.
A large stock of Groceries, Liquors, Grain,
etc., for sale at fair warket prices.
Jan 31 5 3t
H OW much is your Dwelling House worth?
Hare yon ever consid.ered hPw difficult it
would be to rebuild your house if burnt and
where you wpul.d get the money to pay for .t?
Do you kupw that by paying a sirall sun an
nually you can hae your house insured, and in
case of fire be pronipily paid for it ?
For full information in regard to insurance call
upon CAR~WILE & McCAUGHRIN,
Agents for the
~Udeririters Agency of New York,
with a Capi.tal of.. .. ...... . ... ..3,000,000
IH>me hJnran1ce Conpany, New York,
Capital..... . ..... . ... .........$s,000,000
Jan. 31, 5-4t.
'I fj UNDER=IGNED can be found at the old
.stand of Webb & Lovelace, where they en
pet to carry on a general mercantile busiess
keeping alnyas on hand an assortment *of all
goods usually kept in a wholesale a.nd retyil Va
riety Store, and 4 be glad to see aul their
riends and cost.onmers, and the publie generally
call in ad get b:againts.
LUVEL ACE & WHEEME.
Jan 31, 5-tf.
C, C, PERRY,.
AUlTiIONEER & CO313118SION A G FNT,
W A\L HA L LA, S. C.
XHT1LL attend to the purchase of Carn, Peas,
Prdc g eaer, Fr uits. Liquor and Country
Farmers and others are solicited to forward
ordJJayary 24 4
A FEW very execllent COOKING STOVES
of different sizes, have just been received
dire.ctly from in;he matnulacture.s in New York,
and for sale hy
W. T. WRIGHT,
NEW WROUGHT IRON BACKS,
FOR OLD STOVES,
that wi'l hist fot- years. Who manufactures and
sells at wholesale and retail the very best article
Roofing, Guhttering, Putting falies, &c.
Who does all kinds of
usually done by ~tinnmers. And last, thbough not
least.qof aM', who returns thanks to a generous
public for the very liberal patronage which he
has received since opening at his present sta'nd,
snid hopes, by diligence in businesa and a dispo
sitier. to please all, never to merit-less.
Jan.24 4 tf
The unidersigned, of Ae late Firm
.of ROBERT ADGTER & CO., has
this day egametnced the
-WkelesaIe and letai
Dry Goods Business
NO. 252 KING STREET,
(INi THE BEND.)
And,ofers a -Stock adapted to a first
class Trade. The business will be
conducted strie<tly upon
THE ONE-PRICE SISTEM.
The patronage of the friends of his
late Firm, and of the public generally,
is respectfully solicited.
JAMES B. BE TTS..
.Jara .1 5 2m
- ATVING withdrrwn from the fim of WE!BS
H& LOVELACE, I would respectfnily in
found at the "corner store," under the Neviberry
Hotel. W. H. W EBB.
M. W. BYThEWOOD,
Limestone Springs Fe!qale Righ School
REv. W. CURTIS, JL. D., Principal.
THE REGULAR ENSUING SESSION OF
. this School will commence on the third
Wedne<day in Fehruary, the 21st inst. -
TERiS FOR FIVE MONTHS, payable in ad.
vance either in specie or its equivalent in currep
Board, including lights, washing and fel.$7i5.00
Tuition in English and the Classics....... .25.00
Tuition ir Primary Department...........15.00
Lessons on the Piano or Guitar...........25.00
Use of Piano................. ...... 2.50
Tuition in French or the Modern Languages,
each.. .......... ...........20.00
Each Pupil must bring one pair of sheets and
pillow cases. towels and diinking cup.
Dr. CURTIS will leate the Mills House,Cbarles
ton, on Monday, the 49th of February, and Nick
etson's Hotel, Columbia, on the 26th, for Lime
stone, and be happy to take charge of any Pupils
on the route. Regular mails are re-establishedr
to the place. Any further information can be
obtained of the Hon. W. F. CQLCQ or at the
Feb. 7, 6-4t.
Mt. Zion Institute,
WinahfSBSRO, S. C.
T HE exercises of this SCHOOL will be re
sumed the 1st Monday in February, 1866.
G. A. WOODWAnD, Principal.
Rev. W. P. DuBoss, A. M., Assistants.
W. X. DWIGET,
Terms per session, payable half in advance,the
balance a't 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 and Mathematical De
partments.. ..................... go 00
Tnition in other branches, from . . .$10 to 20 00
Course of Chemistry or Philosophy,.... 10 00
French.. .......................... 10 P -
Contingent charge for each pupil,....... 1 00
Payment required in specie or its equivaient
in currency, at the time of settlement.
G. A. WOODWARD,
Jan 17;3 4 Principal.
Female Collegia School
HE SPRING RESSION of this School will be
T gin on the 12tb day of February next. It
is very desirable that pupils should enter at the
camnecpement of the session, but they will be
re -eived nt any time, and charged from the time
This school has been taught by me for several
years, and has hitherto been limited in the numi
ber of scholars, but I will now receive a I who
may apply for admission, and will employ comipe
teut assistants, as the increasinig number of pupils
may make it necessary to do so.
-fy health having been fully restored, I propose
to devote nIl 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
pi be sent from home for that purpose, and all
the a,dvant ages of the best schoo's in t,he State
to those whose .circumstances allow of their being
Having many y.ea.rs' experiege.e as a tpagher,
the system .of in)struction pursued wviii be such as
that experience has proved to be mast efficient
My chargy. s are as follows:
I 'or insgructiop i,n thie higher studi' of a comn
p4cte Englieh course, ier sernion of fi.
months....................... ..... $25 00
For instruction iq :lower branches of English,
for session.of five mrnths, from.....$15 to $20 00
For instruction in French, German, Italian,
SBoard can be had~ for .at least $15 00 per
month, exclu jve of lights. and washing. I am
prdyar.d to take a number of boarders in my
family, at the above rate. My house is large,
roomy, and comfortable, in a retired part of the
town, and has attached to it a fine shady .gove,
affording ample room for ~recreation The above.
rates for tuition and board are payable in specie,
or its equivalent in currency, or provisions ap
market prices. For furiher information addres
Rev. Juo. J. Brantly, Newberry, S. C.
Jan lM, 2---.ha.
GREENVILLE, S. C.
T-HE EXERCISES of this Instituteon will be
1"resumed on the 1 5th of Fe.bruary next. p
For Ciclrgiving frhrinformation,ap
plication may be m,.de to
PRor. JNO. F. L ANNEAU,
Noy. 8--46.--0t. Secretary of Faculty
Now Full ad c.oiiapJe
YoutIs, Milsses & Children's
BOOTS, SHOES3 6I1[S &c
IS now fu1 .an.d complete. Consisting of every
variety anid style of Goods, in our line, al
of which were inade, especially to order, by th~e
very best manufactors. Therefore, we feel confi
dent that we can, and will sell a better shoe for
thyesamie money, than any other house this side
of PhiladelphIa. We cordially invite a call be
fore you buy. elsewhere.
I.IM. SUBER, & Go.,
-Main st., opposite Court Hanise.
N. B.-Being connected with the House of I.
Mf. Suber & Co., I will be happy to see all my
old friends and customers.
Jan 10 2 tt McDUFFIE WETTS.
W. B. McKellar,
HJ AVING REMOVED HIS OFFICE OVER
McFALL & HOLMAN's STORE, on Main
Steet, adjoining. the brick 1gote), wil.l be happy
to meet his old friends and patrons at bis new
rooms. He takes this opportunity to return
thanks to the publie fot'~their past patronage, and
begs a continuation of the same,- witYi the assu
rance on his part that no time, labor or erpense
shall be wanting to ren der every operation in hi
line, as perfect as can be done any .wFhere in the
All .persons, white or c~etored, who- d'esire it,
can b'a.ve thbeir tr:th extracted free of charge, a.t
this o@ce, -by T. Tl. Moore.
CAN BE SUPPLIED
For a Very Little Money
By ENRY H. BLEASE.
Newberry, S. C., January ;, 1806-1 tf
AT SHORT NOTICE,
AIM 7217 0Mi-AF247
By HENRY 4. BLEASE.
C, H. KINOSMORE
1.4S retWrned from Augusta and is prepared
. tq take any ki!d of PICTURE.
From any kind of Pictures !
S AT YRE OLD OPPOSITE THE QGUET ROUSE.
Jan 17'3 t f
AT REDUCED PRICES,
To make room for spring and summer
THE STOCK OF
IIats aind Caps,
Is of The fyllest description, additions to which
arg eing .c&nstantly made. #esides which
the line of
Is quite large and full.
Which will be disposed of at most reasongble
Jobbers and country merchants will and it
to their advantage to .cll on me and examine
dec.20 8m M. FOOT,
Greenville & Columbia . 11.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
Columnbia., January 28th , 866.f
O N and after WEDNESDAY, the 31st sinstant,
the fiassenger Trains teill be run dail'y
(biday eyeptyd) as follows:
Lea,ve ?9lumbnia a .0A.
Arrive at A b,beville "60
4' -. reen.ville " 90
Arxige at Aiston "2.5..
Ther wil beabo t 6.00tain A. il.
at .0 A.- LL.
d C dsoledmuma.l -ose6-40 I at
t.erselqudo will beu seedb ither gn si
bl&e o the te . Wne He.WEB
B. BI. LOsELLLE,
HDAissutn the Poprtnrship h
artin u sedatio will eeatbyier know
berto e l athe .te wt good nutrBB, u
a~d ellcooed c~o. y LerVELt aeCEanl
ananir . Evr e27,rt86. be u tffo
AIGasuedthe Propietoshi of m us.ri~t th.etrvln
publ thie ewer aHctel. I will muse my es n
as reasonable as possible so as to- a.ccoumnzodate
.visitrs f rom the country, basiness~ men, cerks
and others, who mnay wistn to .patronize me. reel
ng the necessity and jmportance LOf a w2l-ept
public house, I will do all that I can to establia
the same. if.'I. EP IlNO.
Newberry, eec. 13, 1865.
DR.- J. E. DAPgAY,
FAOMK 24ARLESTON, 8. C.
(FROF oni tIhN.rth side pf iji-stiee, fr.
kim~rly ~ccupjed and known, as the Law
TIN! -16 ni.l
The mot 0dmplt
TIN WA REF
In America,_can be found at E
NEWBERRY C; H.F 8. I'.C
HENRY I. BLEASE,
Jan81 tf Pr6prietor.
MERCHANTS WOULD DO WELL
to Pall At
And examine -his
Tin Ware& Prices.
Jan 3 1 tf ft
OLD STOVES ;nd 01 STOVE
Piping, old Gutters, old P.oofing,
And all old Tin Ware,
Repaired at short notice, by
iyn 3 1 tf HENRY H. BLEA SE.
NEW ROOFING, NEW STOVES,
New Stove Piping, new Guttering,
New Tin for Valleys. &c., &c.,
All furnished and finiehed with all of
the newest improvements, by
jan 3 1 tf HENRY H. BLEASE.
T HE proprietor returns his thanks ro his pa
trons, and will be pleased to furriish
of all the choicest varieties, adapte4to our. eli
Apples and reaches at 30 to 0ceits.
Pears, Plums, Cherries, Apric1, 750. to $1.
Evergreens, Roses, Grape Vines of Choice.
kinds, Enalish WaIauts, Spanish (1hesiuts, Ever
beg n pilbpries, Figs, Asparagus and Horse
fadih Roots, etc. Osage and Macartney Roses
A Descripive catalogue sent to all post paid
applicants. Address WM SUMMER,
Jan.31 2 Poaria, S. .
Is selling off his splendid $Qck of
Gapds at greatly reduced prices-bare
ly over cost-for the purpose of clos
ing out in order to prepare for his
Fine American Prints at from 25 to
28 cents per yard.
Delaines 85to 50 cents per yard.
Silkc Poplins with silkc stripes, 50 to
7& centep1a- -_
Merino, 75c, to $1.
Clothing very. cheap.
Ladies #ne Kip Boots, fronm p to
$5 per pair.
Heavy $toek Groceries,
Sugars, 25 cents per pound.
Cheese 40 cents per pound.
CJall early if youtwish to secure bar
gains, as I am determined to. leave for
the North on the First of February to
selep$ my Stock of Sprng Good&
NIotice to Oroditors.
A LL persons having de.mands aganef the es
tate of Dr. TROS. W. T HOMPSON, deed,
are requested to hand th-em in, properly attes.ted,
to the Ordinary of Newberry Distriot, on or be
fore the first day of A pril next.
* ~ SARAH A. THOMPSON
January 11th, 1886. 17 8 3 Exeentr1x.
For Rent-4 les
WLselat the fate residence of- br. I. '
Simpsion,'dec'd, near Frog Level, on
Tuesday, 18thday~ of .February next,
all the prpgrty belQi1 to said estafe, con'
ONE TRACT OF LAND, contain
ing about one hundred and fifty acres.
Household & Kitchen Furniture,-&e
TermsCDash. D. D. SIMPSON,
January 24- 1 Executor.
~The: State of Seath Carolina.
NEWBERINY DISTRICT-IN EQUITY.
E x Parte ) A -Bill
Simeon Fair,- - ~ .to Perpetuate
Solicitor of-Middle Circuit. Testintotzg.
S IMEON FAN;H Esq.', Solicitor of the Middle
Circuit, hiaving this day led, in this office,
a "Bill to perpetuiate testimony in relation to
deeds, wills, chosesis action, and other papers
and records destroyed or lost'during tihe recent
It is Ordered, that all persona who-are entitled
to, anid desirous .qf ayaWigg thsmsbidves' of,' th'e
benefit of the AoL of the Geral Assembly in
such case made and pirovided, be permitted to
come be-fore the Court,-apid have taken and per- ~
petuated, under this .Bill, all evidene w.hicp
they shall produce, oni ptoper ppi.canop .beng -
made before me. SItAS .O . TOE,
Commissioner's Office, _fo C.Em.N.
THE STATE OF SOUT'UAROYLIYA.
W.,H. Harrington and others, Ex'ora, vs. Helen'
O'Neall, and others.
Bill for sale o1 property, relief, &c. .
The creitor of the-erate .of .Tndge .Ih Re
ST ATE OF$.aUJk$$$
?yjeotn T PcrzraoN OrdinTj #'NmbwvVr
n afand:Mag A t goods.Vd4
g h t W i d c t d i t s e f J - W . P ..J t .
. alstrrct foreati d cse
Ths ek .,re therefr to CIM AMA ad06o"
fid sligular, the k-indr#d-zand_cr9ihi W4r
a1dadece0sed, t6 bi iud iba e-befo.e... .9s
ext r r Cu'rpf erdi es
foldenr Co . ii, A thi
f Feb. inst, to shiAUqe if n U1 Wh'y,,*t
dninstrethen eot i be grtatedi -~k.f
Given under.myBand in Segth
f Feb. in the year of our Lord oe.O
it hundred and sihtv-sIx.
1 2 JOHN -T. PEMR ojr -
STATE OF SOUTH VA ROENT,
NE WBBERRY DISTJO
j P eersol, Egq., Ordifa. -
HEEAS, Wgh 0. WIlson h- p1ged
to we for Lteas6Adz%iU*M A
I1 and singular the gOda ald ch eb d * -
nd creditsOf JIe '1. Wdsotate f
ict aforesaid, deceased.....
These are, therefore to eIf an adm-9 is,
nd singular, the kindred and iriditae d
ild dceased' tb be nd ae beie -A,
"r next Ordinary's Coartfo ,b said Distri, -
e' holden- at- Newbe-rv Cdarv Honsyn the
9th day of- February int., td shew c.ta -f
ny thy the said Adwinitrttibli sheild b6
iven. qnder tny band and Ser-, this5t &a
f February, in the year -of-o4.r4 rd one
and eight.hundred and sixty
S12 JOUK T.
ME STATE OFS0UT9- I A
-NEwEERaT )iS'haCT -
gywr T. Peterson, ff i. Oriinar
berry ,District. -
HEEs . N. Reid huas a sJ
we for Letters of AdmiUW"VN%
l and singqlaf the goods and. ea4k
nd gedei pf M. ted,iL-of
foresad deceased: - -( ~ - ,
These are therefove to' cfe~ .. sp
ind gngtgarj. ibe kilred ad5 -e
dseed sto b 8e aid apear
)ur' 0; dary# Csiarfor t M Dis 4
o be hlden NeWberry Cddt eeA a.
ch day of Februarv:tst, ti s1*ei* f4i
why tbe said AminIfatQ, s -
mranted.- - - -
Given- under my tand thi da.
a eyear--of a-Lroet sd
undred ana siity-six -
a T-It. e OB o . d o
The Stae f seat r"
a-allI and' stiguTar .'te.)ods
Ygits ind eedits'-o 3aseda-. s
be District, af resaid, deceedj3 -
These are 'tforto -
d sinutlar, t1i kmre~d and -
1eeeasd~ tR e- dpga bf3 ~e
ext Ordinary's(ourt Th oM grc,ti
d1den1 at,New be bryCoucHoee o; -
,f eb. ijsst., to she.w',chus, i eyjw%b
a'd Ad mrtion.shoid nodeg:rintd
Gien under my Ixand, thiasdsyd -d- -
the yea . of ourg Lord 6ue thossd4 -
undredand six4y-eix. - - ~*- 4
F 7-2t. .OR JfT.P ET EM s -
STATR OF SOUTH C& 0OLt24J '
JonT. eeso gJq. Or *i~ ~
THSREAS,L-S. P. Lake ha~r app7ed
WV- for Lety ofrimistaig,a~
d sitigub r dhe aed and: hatteIs ?'& -
bd credit% of 3 C~ Bogzer; tiet.e
oea.d, deceasd. --- *
These are t.herefoce to -site and -5~aeE
ndsingular, the kiadr'ed- ind credisanta -
aid deceasedQ td be andi sppiear before toe
ar next Ordinary-CoirtfDr shesald datoc
e hoden at New.drry.CO.u?t horne on M -2
lay ot FebW knto-:shewe aus,t if i3
he saidLjdnnistati4i should notlhe - --~ *
'iven uudermny.banuind Seali&iw
fJn., in the year of o#}r
hightlundred and sity4. -
F' 2t. -- OSN T
851% 8F - -
ILE1N .? . Lae 8RPa .
Lstteni of 4Mitt
wizh -ilt aunexed*en .aH,.aed -1bt~
iat,rights apd-credits of I?1- -
g .eLi ?he .DistriOteai4 dioen .- '-'
These are-therefore ocite antadora
~eed,4o bie ada~ppear efor'e m2,at eoln
dIiiary!s.Co1i-t forJhe said DfS*ieCt
tewbrry Court HousE. -X-~J~
inb4lst. so thew ,caug if an~-h
br&dernn e da' - - ~
Sithe eer" of oure one*
bndrdand- s1:ty- -
bat th - efI.emer.
dis e.1Se 8,requires - l 4 -~
anQse We .offbho5de tS
or of this State to~ eaijed'
cd bndes'r ~ louto
ry, idy shaR ,e 1h045 a
)ereo; hut if fotd*
ed ad rewed ith
ies.' T ihe PS
ah Tx Collecter,. and efeach w ru~
ne withui dilay, -so 5bthos..ot
eely 4,f.each bond and the aM of, the sure
jes ijereto may be forwarfed. If .C6mmission
rs sould adjfidge~ay~ be.t be .insli#iient
d unsgtisfatry, thmey wifl immrediately give
ottZe hereoT to the Trea'auurF*r eomptroller
Wif.BOOD, s.tate Treasurer..
SnATE Tazisr Omcs,- Calam-bia, J.anuary
2, 1866. . Jan. ZI-6-2t.
AX COLLECTORS are hereby notified that'
*..heii' bonds nuist be approved by the Comn
nissi)oneritO approve .p'iic securities, in ac
rdine ,wisj3the foregoirig notice of the Treaa-.
erEFORE T1HE FIRST OF APRIL NEM.,
thcrwise they will not be authoriz-d to- prqed.
collect payments of taxes after making. -their
sesnents.* JA MES A. B314CK,
Jan. 31-5-2t. Comnptrol ei-eneral.
TheState of South Caroinsa,
NE WBERRY DIs RiT-IN EQrrYTT
Tizabeth A. Higrgin(,A dminitratrix~ ht wil'
annexed, of f. B. fliggins.
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