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TH subscoier has just received a
ocelebrateu manufacturer, which a
patterns, and of elegant Rosewood fin
tke public. He takes this occasion to I
tlusively for cash, and selling them at
that no orders for the above Cases will
Newberry, S. C., Feb. 14-7-tf
Io raie supplieszfor ti 7t e f Nezr6crry, for
the year vf o-ur Lwrd eighteen hundred and six
A it Ordaited, by the Intendant and Wa*ns
gf the Town of Newberry, in Council assembled
and by the authority of the sine,
That a Tax, of the sums and in a manner here
bmnter nientioned, shall be raised, and paid to
the Clerk of the Council of said Town for the ue
of said Towa Cuncil of New berry-that is to
say: TWIve-and a half cents, aidt,alorew, on eve
rybunared dollars of the assessed value of all
*eW estate lying within the corporate limits of
he said To'vn; One dollar per head on all male
,re4dents of said Towu, between the ages of twen
ty.one and sixty years, except such peron or per
sons as shall be clearly shown to the satisfaction
of the Town Clerk incapable from maims, or
stherwise, of procuring a livelihood; Twenty-flee
*mta,per hundred dollars on all incomes on fac
toage,.employtents, faculties and professions
iscleding.the profession of dentistry, (whether
ID the profession of the law, the profits be de
m'"d from the costs of suit, fees or other sources
of -prfessional icome) excepting clergymen.
Twenty-five.ents per hundred dollars on the a
asimt of commissions received by brokers,
.vndeae-m-asters and commission merchants.
lifty cents-per hundred dollars on all premiums
tken in said Town by insurance corpanes
Ibcorporated within this State, and one hun
dd ents per one hundred dollars on all prem
Jums taken in said Town by the agencies of
Iwnrance companies incorporated without the
"imits-of this State. Five cents upon every
hundred dollars of the amount of sales of goods,
wares and merchandize, embracing al the arti
ae*of trade for sale, barter or exchange, which
say perso'n shall have made within the limits
of the Town of Newberry, trom the first day
etMay'A. D. 186.5, to the fi-st day of January
A. D.1866, whether ou his, her or their capital
-borroawed capital, or on account of any person
or persons as agent, attorney or consignee.
Pity cents n'pon every hundlred dollars -of the
azout of sales of all goods, wares and merchan
Wiathatever, which any transient person, not
resdent of said Town, shall ma.ke~ in any house,
etaf oi-public place in saidS To- n,by puttin: up or
.penin)g temporary stores or shops for the sale of
gods, wares and merchandize ; and for the pur
- gme of securing su:-h tax, it ~hall be the duty of
any apd every person upon opening or putting
upach temiporary store or shops in the Town of
eberr.v, to pay to tne Clerk of the said Council
ihrnty dollars, which sum shall be placed to his,
her 6/'their credit in the books of said Clerk,
endthe surplus, if any, returned to such person
we prsons on the next annual colection of tages,
an on failure .of airy such person to pay or
1Iiposi wieb the Clerk, T wenty dollars as afore
maid, an exeeiion, sthall forthwith be issued
aginst such deingiiqentt, and the money collected
jthusal nay. Twentydve cents on every
hndred dollars worth of all sales of goods, wares
andj,erchandiize nmde within the said Town, by'
tratwenlt or irregukr t;-aders or dealers, from the
Arnt day of May,tM5, to thei fir-t day of Janunary,
1K66. 'Twenty donlars per day for representing
publicly for g'-in- or rew~ard, any p!avy, com;edy,
tragedy, it:terluide. or farce, or for- exibong wax
Bgases or other shows~ of an kin~ d whatsoec er.
Ore-half of one per centi on all sales at~ a'eti on,
fromi the finst day~ of Jan ary,ily;, to the first
day ot January, 1867 exe t es by e:wcuto-rs
and by: order of the Courts. One half of one per
eeson alltsales of goods, wares or mnerebandize
sold on co:sig.nment, from the first }zy. of~ Jan'y.
1886,to the-frrst day of January, 1867-all and
every per-son or pet-so s meiiuc a t aucpion or on
Nafgnment shall, and thmey are hereby required
'no make return upon oath to the CN k of the
s.dd Tows jCouncil, an& pay' the taxes- thereon of
all stich sale withinm thirty days after such sales
are riade, and in default thereof, such defaulter
hall pay a fine of not less than twenty dcoLL-s.
Yiwe dollars on each and every carrialge, buggy,
)arouche, omnibus, dray, cart, wagon, or other
vehices used or run for hire or ieward, (except
ihbose wagons going or -returninmg from market,)
and every person or persons who shall le t, hire or
useany- cart, dray or carriage, or other veliiele
fo~r the purpose of the transportation of goo~ds, or
passenigers, or for-hire within the Town ot New
berry, without havintg first paid to the Clerk of the
said Conineil the said sum of five dollars, shall be
likble to a penalty of five. dollars per day, for each
and every day such vehicle as aforesaid shall be so
run, engaged or hired, without first hay
i-- paid the exemption or license fee as afore
imid, And it shall -bi the duty of> the Town
MaXshll to-keep a list (which'shall be furnished
to.by tv he Clerk c-f~the said Council) of the
name of all persons w-ho have paid the said
Jieee or exemption fee, and the kinds of ye
hids-so licensed -and further, to report all
~per-sons who shall violate this Ordinance, iu
tis particular, to the said- Town Counil.
,Mve hurndred dollars for permission to retail
spiituus liquors in quantities less than one
geqart, sad Two Hundred and Fifty dollars for
pernission to retail spirituous liquors by the
quart, within the limits of the said Town. Fifty
InHara on every billiard table, kept publicly or
privately for gain. Any person or persons re
fusing or neglecting to return, on oath, -of his,
er or their taxa ble property, income, sales -or
other things herein taxed and-to pay the ~same
to the Clerk of the said Council, on or before the
&rst day of May, 1866, shall bejliable to pay dou
- lethe assount of his, her or their taxes, at that
- ime,4o be.assessed by the said Clerk, in accord
qace with the best iuformation that he, the said
Clerk can procure. And the said Clerk is hereby
athorized and required to collect and receive
She taxes levied and imposed under this Ordi
vance, and to make return thereof, together with
the names of defaulting tax payers, and of those
who- fail to make the returns required by this
Ordinance, to the said Council, it being the duty
of said Town Council to issue double-tax execu
tions against all persons who shall fail to nmake
the required returns, or shall fail or refuse to
pay tie taxes levied, in accordance with the pro
visioens of this Ordinance.
Be ft firther Ordaned, That all male residents
between the ages of sixteen and fifty years,
within the Town of Newberry, shall be liable to
work the streets of the said Town. three days in
each and every quarter, of three months, during
the year 186t, but that in lieu thereof, any
person so liable, may purchase an exemption
from such duty by paying to the said Clerk of
the Council, such exempntion fees as shall be fixed
by said Council for each quarter of the year.
And any person failing to perform such street
duty or to pay the exemption fees in lieu thereof,
when so required, shall be fined not less than
hve dollars for each day he shall have failed or
refused to work on the said streets in accordance
with the summons therefor.
And be i/,further Ordainmed, That the said Town
Council will pay fifty dollar-s to any person who
eball furnish sufficient evidence to convict any
white person of selling spirituous liquors, within
the limits of the said Town of Newberry, contra
ry to the laws of this State.
i Burial Cases.
supply of these Cases, from the above
re of the latest and most improved
ish, and which he offers at low rates to
ay that they have been purchased ex
only a small advance on the cash price,
be attended to unless accompanied with
R. C. CHAPMAN.
LEVY & ALEXANDER,
At Browniny's old Stand,
Importeis and Dealers in
Gent's Furnishing Goods.
Va'ises, Trunks, etc., and Boots and
Shoes of all Kinds.
275 King St., Charleston, S. C.
Feb 21 1m
H, L JEFFERS & CO,
Factors & Conn'l Merchants,
118 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Will give prompt attention to the sale of Cot
ton and other Produce, and to the purchase of
Merchandise generally. Will also act as Agents
for the sale of Lands situated in any part of the
State. The personal attention of the undersign
ed will be given to the business.
HENRY L. JEFFERS, WILLIAM H. JEFFERS,
THOMAS A. JEFFERS. (feb 21 2m)
I WILL sell at the late residence of JAMES
CURETON, deceased, on
Tuesday, the 26th of Feb'y Inst.
The PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to the
Estate of said deceased, consistir of
Wagons and Gearing,
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.,
And likelv the REAL ESTATE of said deceased,
and of D)RAYTON T. CURETON, deceased, will
be rented at the same time and place.
Feb. 14, 7-2t A dm'x.
Assorted sizes, from 8x10 to 20
And Train Oil, &c.
For sale at low prices by
S. P. BOOZER& CO.
Feb. 14,. 3rS.
Axes and Hoes,
- S. W. Collins' and other superior.
Brades' English Crown IRoes, No's.
0, 0') and 000.
In store and for sale by
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Feb. 14, 7-3t.
Ame's Shovels and Spades, at cheap!
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Feb. 14, 7'-3t.
All sizes from 3 -to 20d of superior
S. P. BOOZER CO.
Feb. 14, '7-3t.
Axle Grease, Urigs
For Iron Axle Wagons, Crigs
A good article and cheap, at
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Feb. 14, 7-3t.
Agood.lot of fine eating Potatoes in store
and for sale by.
Feb 7 6 tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
OME of the mosi. beautiful country made Mo
Klasses, for retail, so as to accommodate all
classes of buyers, for sale by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Feb 7 6 tf
A sp~leni ot of Yellow Pink Eye Potatoes.
A lndithe long, white and red Potatoes, for
sale by LOVELACE & WHEELER.
F-" 7 6tf
COTTON SEED FOR SALE,
A FEW BUSHELS of superior COTTQN SEED
can be had by applying to Harris & Bow
ers, at Newberry.
Feb 7 6 BENRY BURTON.
H AVING withdrrwn from the flrm of WEBB
& LOVELACE, I would respectfully in-~
form my friends and the public that I can be
found at the "corner store," under the Newberry
Hotel..W. H. WEBB.
M. W. BYTHEWOOD,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
SOLICITS a share of BUSINESS. His long
experienc in the above BRANCHES guarantees
B Y order of Jno. T. Peterson, Ordinary of
Newberry District, I will sell, in front of
the Court House at Newberry, on the first Mon
day in March next, one tract of land, situate and
being in the Stite of South Carolina and District
aforesaid, coitaining twenty acres (more or less),
the real estatc of Joice Ann Troutman, Dec'd,
adjoining landl of Jacob Fulmer, Philip Sligh,
James Moore and Elizabeth Kibler, on a credit
until the first day of January, 1867, with interest
from the day of sale-except so much of the pur
chase ioney as may be necessary to pay costs,
wlich must be paid in cash. The purchaser will
be required to give bond with at least two good
sureties, and a mortgage of the premise?, to the
Ordinary (if deemed necessary) to secure the
WM. W. HIOUSEAL, S. N. D.
Sheriff's Office, Feb'y 12th, ISG6.
Feb. 14, 7-3t.
B Y order of Jno. T Peterson, Ordinary or
Newherrv District, I will sell in front of
the Court lou-e door at Newberry, on the first
Monday in MIch next, one tract of land situate
and being in the District of4Newberry, So. Ca ,
containing eigh ac-res, more or less, bounded by
land. of Nulgh C. Wilson, Flinabeth Bowles and
Juo. C. Spence, on al credit until the first day of
January 107, with tiverest from the day of sale,
except so much of the purchase money as may
be necessary to p,y costs, which Tust be paid in
cash. The purchaser will se required to give
bond, with good suretips, and a mortgaze of the
premises (if deemed necessary) to the Ordinary,
to secure the purchase money.
W.A. W1OUSEAL, S. N. D.
Sheriff's Office, Feb. 6, 1806.
Feb. 7, 6-4t.
Limestone Springs Female High School
REV. W. CURTIS, LL. D., Principal.
r HE REGULAR ENSUING SESION OF
T this School will commenee on the third
Wednesday in February, the 21st inst.
TEIIMS FOR FIVE IONT1IS, payable in ad
vance either ln specie or its equivalent in curreu
loard, including lighit, washinif and fuel.*75.00
Tuition in English and the Classics. .....25.00
Tuition in Primary Department..........415.00
Lessons on the Piano or Guitar......... .25.00
Use of Piano.............. .. . ...2.5)
Tuition in French or the Modern Languages,
each..................... ... 20.0
Each Pupil must bring one pair of shect1 and
pillow cases, towels and dt-inking cip.
Dr. CURTIS will 'eave the Mills House,Charles
ton, on Mondaty, the 19th of February, and Nick
erson's Hotel, Colmbi:1, on the 20th, for Lime
stone, and be happy to take charge of any Pupils
on the route. Regular mails are re-established
to the place. Any further informnation can be
obtained of the lHon. W. F. COLCOCK, or a the
Feb. 7, G-4t.
37 HE SPRING SESSION of this School will be
gin on the 12th day of February ne.xt. It
is very desirable that pupils should enter at the
commencement of the session, but they will be
re -eived at any timne, and charged from the time
This school has been taught by me for several
years, and has hitherto been linmited in the nunm
er of scholars, but I will now receive a I who
may apply for adnmission, and will employ conmpe
tent assistants, as the increasing number of pupils
may make it necessary to do so.
My health having been fully restored, Ipropose
to devote all my time and energy to the huilding
up of such a school as shall furnish facilities for
acquiring a complete education to girls -who can
not be sent fromt home for that purpose, and all
the advantages of the best schtools in the State
to those whose circumstances allow of their being
Having many years' experience as a teache,r,
the mystem of instruction pursued will be such as
that experience has proved to be most efficient
My charges are as follows:
For instruction in the bigher studies of a comn
plete English course, for session of five
For instruction in lower branches of English,
for session of five months, from....$15 to $20 00
For instruction in French, German, Italian,
Board can be had for at least $15 00t per
month, exclu ire of lights and washing. I am
prepared 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
townt, and has attached to it a fine shady grove,
affording ample room for recreation The above
rates for tuition and board are payable in specie,
or its equivalent in currency, or provisions at
market prices. For further information address
Rev. Jno. J. J3rantly, Newberrv, S. C.
JNO. J. BRANTLY.
Jan 10, 2-Im.
A FEW very excellent COOKING STOVES
of different sizes, have just been received
directly from the mianufacturcis in New York,
and for sale by
w. T. WRIGHT,
NEW WROUGHT IRON BACKS,
FOR OLD STOVES,
that will last for years. Who manufactures and
sells at wholesale and retail the very best article
Roofiug,Guttering,Putting in T<dUes, &c.
Who doesall kinds of
usually done by tinners. And last, though not
least of all, who returns thanks to a generous
public for the very liberal patronage which he
has received since opening at his present stand,
and hopes, by diligence in business and a41spo
sitior to please all, never to merit less.
Jan 24 4 tf
Harmon & Smith,
BEAU FALL, S.C.L
I NFORM their friends and the community gen
erally, that they have in store and will keep
constantly on hand a general assortmemnt of
Dry Goods-Staple and Fancy,
Groceries of all kinds,
Hardware in variety,
Boots and shoes, all styles,
Hats and Caps, all styles,)
And in fact every articla usually found in a
country store, all of which having been selected
with care and at cash prices, they are enabled to
sell as low as can1 be had anywhere.
Feb 14 7 3HHAMON & SMIT H.
Edgefield Advertiser copy 3 times and forward
bill to this office.
AT REDUCED PRICES,
To make room for spring and summer
TIIE STOCK OF
Hats and Caps,
I Is of the frllest description, additions to which
are being constantly made. Besides which
the line of
Is quite large and full
Which will be disposed of at most reasonable
Jobbers and country merchants will find it
to their.advantage to call on me and examine
'dec 20 3m M. POOt
Now Full and Complete.
Ladies', Gentlemen's, Boy's
Youth's, Misses & Children's
B00TS, SHOES, GAITERS &c
IS now full and complete. Consisting of every
. variety and sryle of Goods, in our line, all
of which were made, especially to order, by the
very best inanufactors. Therefore, we feel confi
dent that we can, and will sell a b0tter shoe for
the same money, than any other house this side
of Philadelphla. We cordially invite a call be
fore you buy elsewhere.
I. M. StBER, & Co.,
Main st., opposite Court House.
N. B.-Being connected with the House of I.
M. Suber & Co., I will be happy to see all my
old friends and customners.
Jan 10 2 tt McDUFFIE METTS.
IjAING REMOVED IS OFFICE OVER
McFAL &HOLMAN'S STORE, on Main
Street, adjoining the brick Hotel, will be happy
to meet his old friends and patrons at his new
coom... HIe ta!.:e this opportunity to return
thanks io the publie for their past patronage, and
begs a con tiiuation of the same, with the assu
r-aice on um par' that no time, labor or expense
shall b: wantring to render every operation in hi
line, as perfeet as can be done any where in the
All persons, white or colored, who desire it,
can have their teeth extracted free of chargc, at
this office, by T. T. Moore.
jan2 44 5t,
IC, H, XJNGSMORE
11 AS returned from Augusta and is prepared
11.to take any kin d of PICTURE.
I ~Photographs, Prris
Prom any kind of Pictures /
U AT THE OLD OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE.
Jan 17 3 tf
NOTICE ! iNOTICE !
T HE subscrib"es have just returned from.
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.
Ladies Dress Goods,
I Watches, -
Hoes, - also,
J.n7t P. KINARD & SON.
Cokesbury District, 8. C. Conference, 1866.
Mapleton Cs., Tranquil, Feb. 17, 18 ; Anderson
sta. and ct., Ruharnah, Feb. 24, 25; Pendleton
and Mt. Zion ets., Sharon, March 3, 4; Newberry
Ista. March 10, 11 ; Ninety Six et., and Sal. Riv.
Mis., Salem, March 17, 18 ; Laurens and Reedy
Riv. cts., Bethesda, March 24, 25; Butler ct.,
Butler, March 31, A pril 1 ; Newberry ct., Taber
nacle, A pril 7, 8 ; Pickens ct., Hopewell, April
14, 15; Edgefleld ct., Spanns, April 21, -22 ; Ab
beville ct., Liberty, April 9.8, 29 ; Cokesbury ct.,
Bethlehem, May 5, 6.
SIDI HI. BROWN, P. E.
In the absence of the Presiding Elder the
Preacher in charge presides. D)is. p. 55.
S H. B.
Flour $12,00 per Barrel.
Sugar, 15cts per lb.
Spirits Turpentine, 75cts per gal. by
The most complete
In America, can be found at
NEWBERRY C; Hl, S..,
HENRY . BLEASE,
Jan 3 1 tf Proprietor.
MERCHANTS WOULD DO WELL
To call at
And examine his
Tin Ware & Prices.
Jan 8 1 tf
OLD STOVES and OLD STOVE
Piping, old Gutter,. old Roofing,
And all old Tin Ware,
Repaired at short nntice, by
jan 3 1 tf HENRY II. BIASE.
NEW ROOFING, NEW STOVES,
New Stove Piping, new 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.
T E proprietor returns - his thanks to is pa,
trons, and will be pleased to furnish
>f all the choicest varieties, adapted to our cli
Apples and Peaches at 80 to 50 cents.
Pears, Plums, Cherries, Apricotc, 75c. to f1.
Evergreens, Roses, Grape Vines of Choice
kinds, English Walnuts, Spanish Chesnuts, Ever
bearing Mulberries,-Figs, Asparagus and Horse
Radish Roots, etc. Osage and Macartney Roses
A Descriptive catal-gue sent to all post paid
applicants. Address WM SUMMER,
Jan. 3 1 2m Pomaria, S. C.
Greenville & Columbia Ri. 1R.
ENER AL SUPER INTENDENT'S OFFICE,
Columbia, January 28th, 1866.
O N and after WEDNESDAY, the 31st instant,
the Passenger Trains will be, ru& daily
Sunday excepted) as follows:
Leave Columbia at 6.00 A. II.
*" Aiston " I1:00 "
" Newberry "12.50 P. M.
Arrive at Abbeville " 6.00 "
"Anderson " 8.10 "
" Greenville " ,9.00 "
Leave~ Greenville .at' 4.30 A. M.
- " Anderson " 5.30 "
"Abbeville " 7.45"
"Newberry " 1.10 "
Arrive at Aiston " 2.55 P; Mt.
" Columbia " 8.00 "
There will be about seven miles of staging still
between Freshley's- and.Alston. iPassengers will
e furnished with tickets through, including the
Road, Stage and Ferry, 60 pound? baggage only
allowed on the stage to one seat.
J. B. LJASSmLL,
Jan 31 General Superintendant.
CAN BE SUPPLIED
For a Very Little M1oney
ByHENRY H. BLEASE.
.Newberry, S. C., January S, 1896-1 ff
AT SHORT NOTICE,.
By HENRY H. BLEASE.
* DR. J. E. D)APiRAY,
FROM CHARLESTON, S. C.
OFFICE on the North side of Main-street, for.
mJrerly occupied and known, as the Law
Office of G. G. DeWalt, Esqr.
Dr. Dapray is now prepared to perform all ope
ratione at the OLD PRICES for CAsH or its
equivalent. Chloroform administered when de.
Newberry, June 1, '65.
H OW much is your Dwelling House worth ~
Have you ever considered how difficult it
would be to rebuild your house if burnt arnd
where you would get the money to pay for it ?
Do y~ou know that by paying a strall sum an
nually you can have your house insured, and in
case of fire be promptly paid for it ?.
For full information in regard to insurance call
upon CAR WILE & McCAUGllRIN,
Agents for the
___ 'Lgal 30IceC ____
LL pcrson li'ii demanis gainst the 7a
tates i JON STERLINGand GEORGS
P. STERLFNG, Decea.,ed, will please present to
me sul:h demands, prope rly attested, on or befeE
the 10th.day of Marth next.
SE. P. LAKE, Ex'or of-John Steyiint
aId Adim'r of George P.-Sering. Decd.
Feb. 21, 8-3t. -
LL persons Ia.iug demrisag-;inst the-E.4
tare of ROBERT- BURTON, De'I, *i
please leave with E P. Lake copy of their- de-'_
nauds on or before the Bit-h day of MNarch next
Feb. 21, S-3t.
A LL persons having dvum.inds aginst the 1s.
. tate of ALMEDA WORTU1INGTOQ, Dec'd,
will please f:ri-6lh me copy 'fJsueh <ei ds ou'
or before the 1oth day af March next.
E. P. LAKE, Ade'r, Will nmexed, of
Gi.am Si!t, Dee'd.
Feb. 21, S-at.
LL persons having dem:rnd. .ist- the 14:
A tate of GILLIAM SMITHb, Dee'djwill plens6
present to me such demands bn or before die 10th
day of March text.
E. P. LAKE, Adm'r, Will annexe&
A LL persons 1Pving demen4 Pgainst the E A
A tare of J.A31E S. 'GILLIAM, Deceased,
will please present them to E. P. Lake, on or be.
fore the 1muti day of March next.
LUCY GILLIAM, Adm'x.
Peb. 121, 8-4t.
LL persons having demands ainst- the - -s
A tate of JOTHN C. - BOOZER, Dee'd, wiR
please furnish moe copy of such demands da o
before the luth day of March nelL -
- E. P. LAKE, Ado&
Feb. 21, 8-3t.
STATE OF SOUTCAROLMA.
- NW ari M DIs acWICT.
hy John T. Peterson, B8quire, Ordinery qf
TEREAS E. P. Lake has applied to meiT
L ier of Adinistration, de bonix no-,
with will annesci,. on .all and --singular-the good
hattels,rights and creditsof AlmnedaWortigtOr
late- of -the District ioreid, deeeased. -
These are therefore to cite Pnd Idmonish:az4a -
.sinigular,the kifndred ard,creditors of thesaid de
ceased, to be.and appear before me, at-our tieki
Ordinary's Court for the said j)istric,to be l4eb
at Newvberry Court House on the 1st day of
Mar. nett, to shew- cau'e, if aiy why the said.
Administration should not be granted
Given under my haud~and sea1, this24th da -. -**
of Feb. in .the year of outr. Lord one .theGna -
eight huDdred and sixty-five.
F 21 8-2t. JUHN T. PET E RSON, .. .~
TFhe State of SeaW~iCaroliIa -
NEWBdERR1Y DISTRCT-IN EQUITY.
S'rmeon Fair, - - to Pe-pelnf
Solicitor of Middle Circdit. )Tetimn
SIMEON FAIR, Bk., SoTicftor 'of the-Idd6
Cici,hav,ing this day.fled, ,i-tis offee -
deeds, wills, choses in uaction- and- other paperb
arnd records destroyed or lost during the recent
war." - -
It is Ordered, that all-persona .who are entitled
to, and desirous of availing themselves orW the
benefit of the Act- of the Generasl Assembly in
such -ca-se made and provided,. bapermitted to
come before the Court, aind have taken and pern
petusted, under. this 1Bill, all evidence whien
'thcy shall produce, on pr-oper application being
maebefore ine. 'SILAS JOL1NSTONE,
Commissioner's Office, C.E.NJ.
Jantiary 2'7; IS866. $15A0O 2~o~
The State of-South CairouIna
Elzabeth A. Higgins, Adminidfratri.x, u wi
annexed, of F: B. Higgins. -
S r.; Calvin C~ Higgins and oeer.
Bill for constructionl, parti Hon anid rdi'
TpflE creditors of uhe estate of Francia B.. 1
-.;ins deceased, are ;required. to~ rende
onoath, theirdtemnaud against said esae,t
Conuissionerof rhie Comi-t, on or before the
day of MatchNext. -.- -
Comm issfoen&s oftec, 'SILAS 3OHNSTON
22 Jan.18(36. :.EFN.D. -
Atate of T HOM(AS-W ATSON, deceased, wilt
render themi in properly - proven, to Ja-ues .
Wilam;(who is my agent,) onr or before the 1st
day of Mairch next. - JOSEPH.WATSONe
'Feb2. 1866. 7 63 Amnsrtr
issolution of Co-Partnershidp
~E FIRM of W EBB &LOVELACE Midhs
Iday. dissolved h'v'mutuil consent. All mata
ters in lignidatidn will be settled by either i-mel
er of the late-irm.. - H. -WEBB,
- .B. H. LOVELALC-,
-January 27, I~6. 5 t
.1, Esabse'ribers havng enteredinto. agrtd * ~
iahip for the pu;rpose of-corductinga .Jer
eanile business; under the - name -'and btyle of-'
Harmon &-Smith,~ informn i.eir friends and de~
publie general1i-that they have o.pen:ed,a store
at the flead,Fall, w~here they- will be happy.Jo
-T. E. H ARON.
- -- . J, D.-SMITH.
- .~N tiC1 --
1fHE UNDERMiGNED can be foundl at the 9e .
Istand of Webb & Lovelace, where tbhy e -
peet to carry ona 'general muercantie busiUSps
keeping always oni hand an assortment of aft
goods visually kept in a wholesale and retail Va
riety Store, and will be glad to see all theif
friends and cusv,mers, and the publie generally
call in and get bargains.
- LOVELACE & WHEERJ
Jan 31, 5-tf.
A New Face in an Old Place!
HT ANING assumed the Proprieto-rship cf the
iLMartin Hlouse, it wdl hereafter be known
as the Newberry Hotel. I will use my best en
deavors to supply the table with good, nutritious
and well-cooked food. My servants are cleanly
and attentive. Every eff'ort will be put forth for
the comfort of my guests. I invite the traveling
public to give me a c-all. I will make my terms
as reasonable as possible so as to accommodate
visitors from the country, business men, clerks
an dothcrs, who may wish to patronuize me. Feel
in the nrece-ssity and importance of a well-kept
publid house, I will do all that I can to establishw
the sanme. - H. I. EPTING.
Nwer,Dc. 13, 186->.
AUTO ,E C0,PERRIYAET
w~rmm:r> s envummv amor