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THE subscriber has just receix"ed a
eetebrated manufacturer, which
pkt&Wes, and of elegant Rosewood fin
ibi. He. takes this occasion to
elusively for cash, and selling them at
that uo orders for the above Cases vill
Newberry, S. C., Feb. 14-7-t'
hare added a great manyt useful articles
to our Variety Stock, already on hand,
A few pieces of SPRING PRINTS, Brown
rting, Seaisland Shirting, a few Spring and
Sobr ba1morais, and Spring & Summer
gtol es, Misses and Children; Cuffs and
forLadie ; also, 6 gr. Brown Sheeting,
- JBKw and 'Brown Denims, and cheap Pant Goods
for Gents. Fine and Common Irish Linen, Si k &
Co4uon Pocket Handkerchief,, Cauva-s for Pants.
GROVEBIE _ .
Sgar, Extra (0. Yellow; Crushed, Powdered
mA Brown, splendid Coffee, Brown and Black
Tox, Pewpr, Spice, Ginger, Mackerel, Chiee,
Orackert, %ap, Candles, Starch, Nutinegs, Brim
aee u e ider Vinegr, Extract
Edgwpoo, Co-nStarch, Table Salt, Cream Tarter,
fodal-g lue, Olive Vil, fine.
-W. Collens'AxPs, Urane's and other Hoes,
T*ce Chaius of different kinds and Prices, Plow
_h0v.:B*r Iron, Nads, 6pades awl Shovels, Gtr
des Rakes, &c., Pad Locks from common to
*tr" good, Stock Loeks, Till Locks,-Cuphoard
10.tka, Cheat Locks,Sheep Shears, Scissors,Pocket
Esives, Knives .nd Forks, Butche? Knives,Taeks,
manure Fo'rk, Spring Balances, Lines, Buckets,
aTubs, Brooms, Willow 3askets, Frving Paurs,
,smy Combs, Coffee Mills, Uatchqts, 11ammers,
-AtrocIkery and Glass Ware,
.Di.nrIites, Soup Plat es, Hand e Tents, Teais
's6ot iasndies cheasp, Glas~s Tumbler.', Glass
* amps, Bracket Lamips; Lamp Shades~, Brush.es
emyLamp Dbirnueys, 40 duz. Latmp Chim
ae'F assorted sizes cheaip, Extra Uurners for
* es, *ko the Wick. ~ ~ fr~n~
ofpifferentgraes andI prices frgns
anaoe,as a splendid stock of Boots
sad Shoes ol abnowst any qjuality anid price,om
eprf d,eap new smock, also a large lot of dark
?sints below cost,- also Wor sr:d Dress Giood ,
SSha wds, Sontags, Bed Bhaike!, co:n monZ
- *~I Tale Covers, W~ool Socks ~ ad St ock
tii~'o se,or less thian cost. N~ow is the time to
N otions, &c.,
*-Unr Brushes, co:ar-e and fine Comb", Tuck
I'ombls, Heir P'i,s, Thr eads of all kind1-, Ribbous.~
Lace's, Tape, Bra,id., Needies, Pins, Bi:no-is,1
Thimnbls, Toodin :;ru,shes, P'.sper. Penis, ink. Eu
~bpes, &c:, P.-rery, Hatir Grease, F Iney
lps SmoingL. 1LiTocc, -Fi;ne 4. e Pr okr,
Shot,QUapa, i'oaderJ'F~k'k, Shot. Pouces i..,
.a e are takino~som:e inlilrovement.4 n onr.
Wom, aninten tXIIeep1ing up a "',~i u.rlmek,and
*ig ,seU (siI eU.-to it'rS nii Vt Iiizen tia ily ma in atI
* the v-ery saho,rtest profit that we can po-sibly le
Dot.fCo o ie. uI- a call and ,,ee if we C
r litwe say,nt tht old st.trr, 1Herald oRice
LOVELWCE & WhREELER.
* -Feb21, 8-t
Can be found at
,r, row415, yellow 2'), clarified
* 2, A sugar 27, C sugar 28,
* *2lrushed 30.
Fleur, $15 per barrel.
Cl 3se 5 to 40 etS.
adies, 40 ets.
()tr,pound cains 4(}, 2 lbs. 75~
8itr,buckets, soda eraekers.
opperas, 1(6 etS. per lb.
Mustard, 15cets. per box.
m-And all-other goods cheap in pro
partion,eaH, examine and1 aatisfy your
tAV-IG withdrrwmn from thec fium of WEDB
IL- LOVELACE, I would respectfully in
form my friends and the public that I can be
found at be "corner store," under the Neeurry
Bo(el. W. H. W EDB.
AGOO D Blacksmith and Wheelmvright. Libe
ral wages offered. Apply to
Dr. L. M1. GRIMBA LL,
Feb.21 2 at Frog Level.
k New Face in an Old Place!
' ~ANING assumed the Proprietorship cf the
LMartin House, it will hereafter be known
is thie Newberr'y Hotel. I will use my best en
.deavors to supply the :table with good, -nutritious'
sudwell-cooked food. My servants are cleanly
aud.attientive. Every effort will be put forth for,
-the coinfort of my guests. I invite the traveling
p.b1Nc t give mue a caHl. I will make my terms
as reasonable ae possible so as to accommodate
visitors from the country, business men, clerks
aund-ithers, who may wisn to patronize me.. Feel
lng the necessity and importance of a welt-kept
public house, I will do all that I can to establish
thIsme . I. EPTING.
supply of these Cases, from the above
ire of the latest and most improved
ish, and which he offers at low rates to
5ay that they have been purchased ex
only a small advance on the cash price,
be attended to unless accompanied with
R. C. CHAPMAN.
W. 1H. WEBB'S
DRY GOODS, &C.,
Now in store ant arriiing,
Are of the choicest description, and embrace
anio .g the keading arilus of groceries,
Stuart's A B and C Sag irs,
Best Rio coffee a3d Te"s,
Bacon, Lard, Goshen Butter,
Buck wheat Flour,
Cheese, Mackerel, Rice,
Soaps, candles, Starch,
Onions, cow peas,
BeSt Liverpool Salt, at $5 per sack.
S. W. Collin's Axes,
Broad Sweede Iron, (for plotighs,)
Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Niis,
Pocket and Table eutlery, &c.
MY Stock of
SPRIXG DRY GOOS,
Is complete, and em braces a list of choice and
well selected article.q Under this head will be
found a beautiful lot of
Ladies' Spring Bonnets,
And the assortme-t of
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
Is of the fullest description.
Bnekets, Tubs, Bask'ets, Willow- ware, Sifters,
Cotton cards, (WVhit temore's,) Yarus,
Segars, Tobaceo, Pipes,
Brushes, (shoe, norse, &c.,)
Violin striugs, ot the best kind,
Oils of ail kinds, Kerosine, Terebine and Tan
Aim.e'- Corn Shel!ers, &c.,
lIn fact anything and alnost everything that
cani be entlled for, or is usually found in a general
variety store, and at fatir prices, can be found at
Courner Store, under the Hotel.
W. HI. WVEI.
Fe'b 21 S if
- -Dress-XIaking, &co, nor
'\j rS S F .JUNES n~ ould respCct tully nfr
di the Lidie of Nea berry that she eau be
oun at Mr s. Edwa.rdl-', where she w ill be pleas
ed 0o take in uiy kind of P'L.IN anid FAN(CY
N EE LER \'.UK, 1iRES,t-MAKI.\0, &c., att the
moist reasonable terrus. . Feb 21I
,Cotton Seed for Sale.
.'- ~) UClES,(abrille raSi>cd anid new,)
200 at 'g75 <icie, #235 curt ency, 1
buhi corn, ori 710. entuon petr bur4hel.
AL LEN W. (LE'dE iT,
Fe'' !l S et Wil msion, G. & C. R. R.
USI T received Direct fromu Baltimore, a good
CHEAP FAM!LY GRCCEIES,
SUGAR, at .see per lb.
Cfeat 4ec. per lb.
Sit dine. .i:s
- ysters, qu'e per cant.
Lard and Rice.
Family Fl our, ?!6t.
PI'ckies, all kinds.
$oaps' i.ll kinds.
CandaieIs, all kiudq.
A t Wihotesale an d Retail. Call anid examine.
Feb 21 84t RISER , CO.
CORN and FODDER,
I WILL SELL, at the Yard known as CRU1K
SHANKS' T ANYARD, Piekens District, 10
miles from GreeuviUe, C. U., on Wednesday, '7th
farch nest, at Auction,
THAT SPLENDID TRACT OF LAND,
?ontainig ab out 711 Acres-200 Acres open,
i of whic h is Bottom Lantd,; the balance in
Woods. On. the Tract there is one of the best1
rANNERIES in the State. There is also a BARS
nd CORN MILL, worked by Water-Power, -and
d necessary Buildings, on the Place. The Tan
11disi fl operation, working 120) Vats 04 all
inds. Corn Mill self-sustaining. The Tract is
ituated on Brushy Creek,-waters ofSaluda River,
u Pickens District.
At the same time :r.d place, will be sold, the
L,C0t' lbs. of BACON,
6') Cords of RED-OAK BARK.
For further information, app!y at the Tatnyard,
>r to me, at this place.
JULIUS C. SMITH,
Auct'r and Commission Merch't.
Feb 21 8 at Greenvil:e, S. C.
TIlIE subscribersa haing entered into a partner
ship for the purpose of conductinzg a Mer
eantile business, under the name and style of
[armon & Smith, i1iformn their friends and the
public generally that they have opened a store
.t the Dead Fall, where they will be happy to
T. F. HARMON.
J. D. SMITH.
Feb 14 7Z-3t
T HIK UNDERSIGNED can be found at the old .
stand of Webb & Lovelace, where they ex
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, containing twenty acres (more or less),
the real estate of Joice Ann Troutman, Dec'd,
adjoining lands 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 sa!e-except so much of the pur
chase mnicy as may be necessary to pay costs,
which must be paid in cash. The purchaser will
be required to give hoi.d with at least two good
sureties, and a mortgage of the premises- to the
Ordinary (if deemed necessary) to secure the
'WM. W. HOU*EAL, S. N. D.
Sheriff's Office, Feb'y 12th, 1-66.
Feb. 14, 7-3t.
IBY.order of J:)o. T Peterson, Ordinary of
Newberry District, I will sell in front of
the Court House door at Newberry, on the first
Monday in March next, one tract of land situate
and being in the District of Newberrv, So. Ca
containinz eight acres, more or less, bounded by
1adTS of Hugh C. Wilson, Elizabeth Bowles and
Jno. C. Spe,nice, on a credit until the first day of
January 1867, w%ith in erest from the day of sale,
except so much of t.he purchase money as may
be necussary to p iy costs, which twst be paid in
cash. Th pueaser will be required to give
bond, with good sureties, and a mortgage ot the
premises (it' deemod necessmr% ) to the Ordinary,
to seere the purchase noney.
w. W IIOUSEAL, S. N. D.
Sher.IT's Oie e.6 80
Feb. 7, 6-1t.
Limestone Springs Female High School
RsV. W. CURTIS, LL. D., Principal.
r BE REGULAR ENSCING SESSION OF
1 this Scho,l ill commence on' the third
Wednesdy. in Flbruarvy, tl.e 21st inst.
TILR.TS FOR FIVE MONTHS, payable in ad
vance either in specie or its equivalent in curren
Board, includ ing lights, washing and fuel.75.00
Tuiti<n in En-zlish aid the Classics. .. ...25.00
Tuition in Primary Department...........15.00
Lessons on the Piato or Guitar...........25.00
Use of Piano.................... ...... 2.50
Tuition in French or the Modern Languages,
Each Pupil mist bring one pair of sheets and
p1llow cases. towels an d drinking cup.
Dr. CURTIS wil :eave the Nils ljouse,eCharlcs
ton, on Monday, the 1oth of February, and Nick
erson's Hotel, Colvtmbia, on the 2oth. for Lime
stone, and be happy to take chaige of any Pupils
on the route. Reguiar mai!s are re-established
to the place. Any !urther information can be
obtaincd of the Hon. W. F. COLCOCK, or at the
Feb. 7, 6-4t.
FEW very exe'ellent COOKING STOVES
L.of different sizes, have just been rceived
directly from the manufacture.s in New York,
and for sale by
W. T. WRIGHT,
NEW WROUGHT IRON BACKS,
FOR OLD STOVES,
ihat wi:l last for years. Who mannfactnres and
se'lls at wholesale and retail the very best article
T IN WA RE,
Who doesail kinds of
usually done by tinners. And last, thou~gh not
least of all, wvho returns thanks to a generous
public for' the very liberal patronaige which he
has receivred since opening at his present stand,
and hopes, by diligence mn business and a dispo
sitior. to please all, never to merit less.
Harmon & Smith ,
IDEAU FALL, 8. C.
I NFORM their ftriends and the community gen
teraly, that they have in store and will keep
constantiv on han~d a general assortment of
Dry Goods-Staple and Fancy,
Groceries of all kinds,
Hlaidware in variety,
Boots and shoes ,all styles,
Hats and Caps, all styles,:
And in fact every article usually found in a
country store, all of which having been seleted
with e7rre and at cash prices, they are enabled to
sell as low as car, be had anywhere.
Feb 14 7 3 A RMON & SMITH.
Edgefield Advertiher copy 3 times and forward
bill to this oflice.
S- R EMOVAL.
D R. . F.WATKINS can be seen and con
suled n is roessonat the residence
recently occupied by Capt. W. D. Walter, near
the Railroad and Depot.I
A portion of the public patronage is respect
Feb. 14, 7-tL.
Assorted size,s, from 8x10 to 20
And Train Oil, &c..
For sale at low prices by
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Feb. 11, St.
Axes and Hoes,
S. W. Collins' and other superior
Bae'English Crovrn HToes, No's
0, 00 and 000.
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Ame's Shovels and Spades, at cheap
rate byS. P. BOOZER & 00.
Feb. 14, '7-St.
CAll sizes from 3 to 20d of superior
S. P. BOOZER CO.
AT REDUCED PRCES,
To make room for spring and summer
THE STOCK OF
DR Y GOODS
Hats and Caps,
Is of the fullest 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 exatuine
dec 20 3m M. F.00T.
Now Full and Comnplete.
Ladies', Gentlemen's, Boy's
Youth's, Misses & Children's
BOOTS, SHOES, GdI[RS &c
IS now full and complete. Consisting of every
variety and style of Goods, in our line, all
of which were made, especially to order, by the
very best mnanufactors. Therefore, we feel confi
dent that we can, and will sell a better shoe for
the same money, than any other house this side
of PhilNdelphli. We cordially invite a call be
fore you buy elsewhere.
1. M. SUBER, & Co.,
Main st., opposite Court ILuse.
N. R.-Being connected with the House of I.
M. Suber & Co., I will he happy to see all my
old friends and customers.
Jan 10) 2 tt McDUFFIE METTS.
R EMOVA L
W. B. McKoellar,
H cA LL& LANS STORE, on Main
Street, adjoining the brick Hotel, will be happy
to meet his old friends and patrons at his new
rooms, lHe takes this opportunity to retur
ta to the publie for their past patronage, and
begs :m con inu:mtion of the samve, with the ass u
ra5c' 4:* i h. part. that no thne, labor or expense
shall b" wan:ting to render every operation in hi
line, as~ perfect as can be done anmy whePe in the
All persons, white or colored, who desire it,
can have their teeth extracted free .of charge, a
this otfie, by T. T. Moore.
jan2 4 4 5t
II AS returned from Augnsta and i.< prepared
to take any ki-id of PICTURE.
P rom any kind of Pictures I
| AT THE OLD OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUBE.
Jan 17 8 tf
NOTICE ! NOTICE !
~IE subscribers have just returned from
..Ch arleston, with a fine, large and full
STOCK OF GOODS,
Which they are opening at their residence 4
miles N6rth of' Ne wberry C. H.,
consisting iu part of.
Ladies Dress Goods,
J.. P.6tf KINARD & SON.
okesbury Ditrict, S. C. Conference, 1866.
Mapleton Cs., Tranquil, Fe b. 17, 18S: A nderson
~ta. and ct., Ruharniab, Feb. 24, 25; Pendleton
nd Mt. Zion eta., Sharon, March 3, 4; Newberry4
ta., March 10, 11 ; Ninety Six et., and Sal. Riv.
dis., Salem, March 17, I Laurens and Reedy (
Eiv. cts., Bethesda, March 21, 25; Butler et.
utler, March 31, A pril 1; Newberry ct., Taber. r
ace, April 7, 8 ; Pickens ct., flopewell, April
14, 15; Edgefield ct., Spanns, April 21, 22 ;Ab
eville et., Liberty, A pril 28. 29 ; Cokesbury ct.,
Iethlehem, May 5, 6.
SJDI H. BROWN, P. E.
In the abscucc of the Presiding EUder the
?reacher in charge presides. Dis. p. 55.
g H. B.
EL W. BYTIIE WOOD,
The most complete
T Il\N WARE
In America, can be fouad at
NEWBERRY C. H., 8. C.,
HENRY II. BLEASE,
Jan 3 1 tf Proprietor.
MERCHANTS WOULD DO WELL
To call at,
BLE A SE'So"
And examine his
Tin Ware & Prices.
Jan 3 1 tf
OLD STOVES and OLD STOVE
Piping, old Gutters, old 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, new Guttering,
New Tin for Valleys, &c., &c.,
All furnished and finiehed, with all of
the newest improvements, by
jan 3 1 tf HENRY I. LEASE.
HE proprietor returns his thanks to his pa.
trons, and will be pleased to furnish
of all the choice8t varieties, adapted to our cli
Apples and Peaches at 30 to 50 cents.
Pears, Plums, Cherries, Apricot, 75c. to $1.
Evergreens, Roses, Grape Vines of Choice
kinds, English Walnuts, Spanish Chesnuts, Ever
bearing Milberries, Figs, Asparagus and Horse
Radish Roots, etc. Osage and Macartney Roses
A Descriptive eatalogue sent to all post paid
applicants. Address WM SUMMER,
Jan. 3 1 2m Pomaria, S. C.
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,
Columbia, January 28th, 1866. -
O N and after WEDNESDAY, the 1slt instant,
the Passengqer Trains weill be ru'i daily
(Sunday excepted) as follows:
Leave Columbia at 6.00 A. M.
" Aiston " 11-..0 "~
"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 "
"Newherrv " 1.10 "
Arrive at Alston " 2.55 P. M.
" Columbia 4 8.00 "~
There will be about seven miles of staging still
between Freabiley's and Aiston. Passengers will
be furnished wiith tickets through, including the
Road, Stage and Ferry, 60 pounds~ baggage only
allowed on the staige to one seat.
J. B. La.sSA.E.,
Jan 21 General Superintendlant.
CAN BE SUPP.LIED
For a Very Little Monty,
By HENRY H. BLEASE.
Newberry, & C., Januar~y 3, 1866-1 tf
R E PAI R ED,
AT SHORT NOTICE,
By HENRY H. BLEASE.
DR. J. E. DAPRAY,
FROM CHIARLESTON, S..C.
SFFICE on the North side of Main-street, for,
nmerly occup)ed andl known, as the Law
~fice of G. G. DeW alt, Esqr.
Dr. Dapray is now prepared to perform all1 ope
tions at the OLD PRICES for CA fl or its
quivalent. Chloroform administered when de
Newberry, June 1, '65.
SOW niuch is your Dwelling House worth ?
Uave you ever considered how difficult it
~ould be to rebuild your house if burn,t and
here you would get the money to pay for it ?
Do you know that by paying a sarail stro an
ually' you can have your house insured, and in
ase of'fire be promiptly paid for it9
For full information in regard to insurnce call
The State of Sootk-VaVloM,,%
NEWBEKRY DSTRICT-.N EQU
W. H. Harringw and other.q-'orx. - Hef: s
T Y-ORDER ofihe Con-, th,' cedi rs th
J) es;ate of Hon. jNM. BE4uN .VNEAIL
desoased, rI, ASO, !he.ereditQrA 04Jht exeleu(K
of saidd-ceased, have.frilier lt i,: fiI6.R.f
teenth daiy of jiqrdk1?66, t'o i7der -And - -.
li:4h 4"1 o1t h !heir reApectivl- dmndli, "hfA&the
SILAS 70fNSTONE q..E. H. V.
Comi7s. Ofhice, Feb.i 6.
The State of south Carolima,
NEWBERRY DISTR[uT-IN EQUITY.
Smaa A.Thom pon.-. Tho. A. Thomp,0te
Jno. M. ThompSon.
Bill40 sell property,and to .,rshal aeus.
r HE credi:ors Of the estate of lr. TliQAS
V. TlIuMPSON, are 'req,iired to' render
and e.tablish their respective cl4i'. on oath be.
fore the Coinis.-ioner. oir bolore the ;westv
eilth day of May next, or they wil be -pre
SILAS JOHlYSTUNE, . I
Coloki. Office, Feb. 26, 1866.
Feb. 28, 9-3n. S1.
The State of S*ilh (arol#n
NEW,V3UERRY DIS'ICT-W EQUITr
David H. Buzda)dt, Adza'r., r, 61herie Su
hardt, St.rah Jones and others.
Y ORDER of the Court, fhe tiim for the
crediorq nof ihe e<tAte of SAMUL- JE
FERSON B1UZHARDT, Dee'd , to reuder end-e
tablish on oath, hviore the Conpit.,oner, their
respective demands is extend d Io tft.easu
dayf of March, . .
Com's. Ofice. SILLS JOHNSTMN-.
February 21st 1866. G. E. N. D.
Feb 28, 9-3t $1.
THE STATE OF SOUTHMLA.
By J T. Peterion, l.' Ordinary ofN .
berry District. -
HEREAS, S. - W.. eid hA*-.pprld to
me for Letters of - A dtiniat ,tion, oa
al And singular the goods and bhaUeht, ugh
and credits of J. Re.d, late-fabe.digtdes
- .These-are therfore to CIte- end -adme.ah at
anld singular, Lte kindred wid -creditoms-oi tf
said deceased, To be -and appear- before m, .
-our next Ordinary'i Court for the said,Distrikt
to be holden at Newberry Court House, o the
9th day of March, next, to shew can0, %.ay
why the said Administratiou should not be
granted. - -
Given under my hand -this 2rd day -ofpet
in the - year of our Lord one thousand eiglIt
hundred and siTv-six. -
F 28 2-1.. .J'OBN 1. PETRSON1-'
A LL pc rsona havng deniands against the Esma '
Atates o' JOHN STERLING and GEORG1S
P. STER LING, Deceafed, witplease. present t
me sm:h de munde, propgrJy attested, mer beforeV
the 10th day of March next.
E. P. L AKE, i'or of John SteUUlin
an d A dm'r of George P. Sterling, Dee'~i -
Feb. 21, 8-8t. - ,
ALL persons ha viag dem*nda againNTt ME e- *
tl ure of ROBERT BURTON,- MecdniR -'
piense leave with E P. ake. copv of their 11F - *
maindr-on or before the .loth day of' Marph uesk
PER MELIA. BURTONA Ad.'re..
Feb~ 21, 8-3&.
tt o N tice
LL persons h.nving da agtinst th e"
ate ofALMED .a WORTHINGTON, -~t4
i.ul please f r:&- me copy <.t'soph. deisends en
yr before the 16th day arMarchhen.7
- E. P: L.AB, A.dm'r, Wilt annexe~f"
LLpro~ Notiee. -''
L L Wrothvng demanos againe the$
t a1e of GlLTiL A & SMfT H, Deed.w tlap -
lreen4 mte such demands cor debre thio1k4I
day pf March next.. ~
E. P. L AKE, Adsn'r, WiJl ann 4 *
A L persns haiTg de4fnIrdin'g&ins the ~ ,
-tate of JAMES . GIMLAAX, Deeee
will please present t-hem to E, P,J.ake,,on or I
fore the 10thu day of March nell.
Feb. 21, 8-4. - ItYGLI~ 4i
A LL person' ha.ving demands agains
tlate of, JOHN C. BOOZSR,.Den'd,,4
please furnish, me copy of Ruch demaods ~
before the lut.h dAy of Mareh next>
Feb. 21, 8--St.
STATE OW S0UTCAULJ & 7
Byq John Z, Pderseft Buite~O4~q
Newoberry District. - -
'j1EREAS E~ P. 14ke hasepplid1o -s
YY ftr of Adm dtct o -
with wilt amtered, on sdaiid siinguaihe -
late; of- t% Dstricipafres.id4;deecasd - '
These are refore to dite s*iassesiskIm,
singuar,the' -ndred andediojyoftb- -~
eeas4 to e an4-appear before met -~ope
Ordinrfs Court for the said Distric4e.- - -
at *Newberry<-ourt House Wmithe ~4 U
Maxr. next, to shew -cause,'if any whytIe as4
Administration shoekd tiet-be 'granted.
Giver, under mi hanid and Sed,-tii0$ Qy
of- Feb.-in the year- of-our Lord o:etemi -
eight 'hun dred and'-stayofve. --- -;; .
F 21 8t; JOUN T. PMERSO, 4p
NEWER eSTECT Qa
ExI'arte I e
Simeoni Fair, Pe . g
Solicitor of Middle Circuit. ) Tesdinme4n
S IMEON FAIR) E.sq., Solicitor -of the Middle
Circuit, having this-dy filed, in this t4ce,
: "Bi to perpe'tuare testimony in relation tp
deeds, ilils. choses in aucion, and other papera
and records destroyed or lost during the recent
It is Ordered, that all persons who are entitled
o, anud desirous of availing themselves of', tlie
benefit of the Act o.' the General Assembly in
suhcase made and provided, be permitted to
come before the Court, and have takeni and per
petuted, under this Bill, all evidence which
they shall produce, on prope' application being
ma;de before me. SILAS JOHNSTONE,.
Comm idssioner's Office, C.BN.D
Jau ary -27, 1866. j$15.00 -2m..
The State of SouQ Carolisa,
NXwBEtnav DIsTalCT -+13 EqutTT.
Elizabeth A. Higgins, Adminipstratrix, with wili
annexed, ot r. a. fliggins.
Bilfr Cnlruin, piion an rlif
Tl fHE cditrto , eatiof Fania-B ftig
gina~ craed oae eqied of Freder .ig
yn ath hi deemed agine airdetae to he n
'omalisihner of this Cot oni obeforte the frt.
Cvoia roc o net.i or,o rbfr h is
22 Jn iss 6. C.OiE. SL JO N.TOD.
22 Jan. 1866. C. E. N. D.