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A. Yff-Ular'convocation of Signet Chap
4-rl.8R.-. A.. M.-., will be held
on Monday, Mareb 12th. Punctual
.dodanceisrequested. By order of the M.-.
-* ' X JA1LARKIN, Secretary.
oh 7-10-1 L
1jW.WCSUe will pen aWriting School at
JL bibeikenu on Monday next, (5th March.)
u i&ktaequire proficiency in this
g,4aare -wijing to avail tbemselves of
iedappannity; are .requested to make applica
ot- diisth meek,.as it is desirable that all
haidu~ boLprewet at the opening of the school.
2 ted wMbe culy *1 be received. Hours
tmagid to suit the classes. Terms moderate.
- -R. T. CAPERS.
LU,pe"Ww-.jmving,demands-against the Es
aeJON STERLING and GEORGE
F. mLns , Deceased, will please present to
me ufhemands, properly attested, on or before
lbtl%h day of Marb next.
L Z. LAKE, Ex'or of John .Sterling.
and Adm'r of George F. Sterling, Dec'd.
Yeb. 21, 8-4t.
RS, S. F. JONES would respectfully inform
the Ladies of New berry that she can be
LMrs. Edwards',. where she will be pleas
e.t&tkie in any kind- of PLAIN and FANCY
ENEDLgWORK, DRESS-MAKIhG, &e., at the
jent reasonable terms. Feb 21
100 Bushels Cotton Seed,
WXT wEI sea an Monday next,- 5th March, at
puibliq atlion, about 104 BUSHELS
SEED, " Xyd's Proli6c," belonging to
iw BA"of Hon.~J. B. ONeaRfl, deceased.
W. H. BARRINGTON,
el. P. POPS.
JNV. CA LDWELL,
A. T. REESE. f
1T Y ifen to the nodersigued by Dr. J.
*Diekertfur- $Uokf payable in three
At4 . waf ost sales-day. All parties are warned
batto trade for the samUe.
JON S. RUFF.
VeA. 2k, 9-4t
C*DR 6f the most beautifal country mnde Mo
ssis, for retail, so as to accommodate all
ems,Wbyem for sale by
n 'LOVELACE k WHEELER.
* Safeet Potatoes.
and f,r sale by
Feb 7 6-tf. LGVELACE~ & WHEELER.
- Cotton Seed for Sale.
FYir BUSMFLS.of suiperior GO)T'TON 5EED
-A. n be had by applying to Harris & Bow
6 - - IHENEY BURTON.
TJ 7D~ XiK1NS can be seen and con
.7 sured on his profession at. the residence
negjo4.capiedhy Capt. W~. fl. Walter, near
de R3lroad and Depot. -
?tolr'on of.thepuzbtic patron.ge is respect
Tett 14, ?-tf.
3Muest.eeSprings Female High School
k gz.WCURTIA LI,. D., Priticipal.
REGE*% !TAR ,ESSU1NG 'SESS1fN OF
L:hie School wll~ co.zuenee on. the third
W~desdag' in I ruary, tLe 21st inst.
* MIFOR-FlVE MONTHS, pavaMie in ad
-- Ma,e ehtheriu ispecie or~itsoqtuivalent in curren
i*ud, 4ndtding UIghts, waning and fuel.?7,00
-Tiitlun ia- Efiglis&h an.d dih- Cla.<sies. . . .. 25i.00
bliog in Priinry Dep'arimet. . .. . .... ..15.00)
jesaona on the Piano or Gitiar... .; ....5.00~
~af PFio.....,,......... 2.5!)
Tdasn in French or the Modern La:;;uiges,
Kash.Ppam ust&hring on paro shIeets and
giow.se towe1ijkendrinking cup..
Dr.LflIrS will leave the llillsIIonse,Charles
tm -oa4&iythe 1Mf9tiegFemiary, and Nick
org'*hIoue t (-lol.ambia, dthe 2Suth, for Lime
- son, and be-happy to ta'l ebai ge ofraii.y Ppii
-oethe. route.- Regular nmails are re-established
te the pluee Aky further informnation -can be
obtaiu-d of-the-Uon. W. F. 00LCOCK, or at the
062LE R OF FICEl.
FMb ,.6-4t. a
T RE'CINIZENiS OF SOEII CAROUNIA.
aTeerm ationt of a !Angu-urary con test, which
Wer dpest four years has preseztedan -impassi
hte taruer to'aI soofat or eommercial intercourse
* tetween the two great sections of pur country,
having at egh-happily cleared away all obsta
cles to (.reneawal-of those zebasions which former
ly bona u.4 toether in a fraternal union., I take
the~ terie pportunity afRrded mue by this aus
yiosns e*ent.o greet my southiern friends, and
to a ceii fromu themn a renewal of that extensive
business conne<ition which fcr a quarter of a cen
tairzhiabeen gointerrupted save by the great
ge)i1c calamity to whiQh I have advert.ed.
ft escazely necessary,- on. the- threshold of a
bein~e re-iioion;l should repeat the warning
se afsea given toan iufriends,-to beware of all
- heigrig'ind doeIerious compounds which,
ah&e tepeelous and ?alse title. of imported
rae; Bries, Holind- Gin, Liqnors,. &c.,
hen qiy disU4trc5y so the health of our
a sI1*4 iiat to ?mhe~ieest of the-legiti
my yeuotw Flist life beve 6Wen expended
sid.cauda d attempt. to expote these
Aalee fiaud's ; no.time nor expense has been
* ~ a~e~1oacconiplish this salutary pirpose, and
eo,ise.befre my friends and the public general
Itih Iws market price, and Iri such qunan
%hiesas might suit their conlveniienoe, a truly gen
wine imp6rted article.
Teety ive years businesa transaedion-- with
the largest aud.most respecta ble exporting houses
in Franee and Great i ritain have afforded mue in
surpassed facilities for supplying our home nhar
ket with Wines, Liquors and Liqmures of the
best -and rmost approved brands in Europe, in ad
ditipn to my own distillery in Holland for the
asanufacture of the "Schiedam Schnapps."
The latter, so long tested and approved by the
,te'dical Faculties of the United States, West In
dies end South America as an invaluable thera
peutic, a wholesome, pleasant and per feet y safe
beverage in,all climates and during all seasons,
quekty-escited'the cupidity of the hov'e man
ufaoturers and venders of a spurious .article un
derete sameOUO mchnoimed x.
I tristthat.I have, aftermuhtiade.
pase, surronaded all my importations with sa'e
gtiaids and directions which with . -dinary cir
Qumspeletion will inuetheir dekiver,a e
erv~e iend from Europe t llm customers.
-1would, however, recommend in al' cases
where it is poss1ble,~ that orders be sent direct to
toy depot, 22 Beaver Street, New York, or that
preasebbe made ofimy accredited agents.
Ia addition to a large stock of Wines, Brandies,
&. I have a ca'siderable supply of old tried for
eige wines, embraeing- vintages of many years
past, bottled up before the commencement of the
war,,wfichi can especially recommend to all
connoisseurs of these r ire luxuries.
THE subscriber has just received a
. -elebrated manufacturer, which
patterns, and of elegant Rosewood fi
the public. He takes this occasion to
clusively for cash, and selling them at
that no orders for the above Cases will
Newberry, S. C., Feb. 14-7-tf
STE have added a great many useful articles
to our Variety Stock, already on hand,
A *few pieces of SPRING PRINTS, Brown
Shirting, Sea Islan'd Shirting, a few Spring and
Summer . Balmorals, and Spring & Summer
Hats for Ladies, Misses and Children; Cufas and
Collars for Ladies; also, 6 qr. Brown Sheeting,
Blue and Brown Denims, and cheap Pant Goods
for Gents, Fine and Common Irish Linen, Si-k &
Cotton Pocket Handkerchiefs, Canvass for Pants.
1:ROCER E , &C.
Sugar, Ex A C. Yellow; Crushed, Powdered
and Brown, splendid Coffee; Brown and Black
Tei, Pepper, Spice, Gingpr, Mackerel, Cheese,
Crackers, soap, Candles, Starcb. Nutmegs, Brim
stone, Alum, Newark Cider Vinegar, Extract
Logwook, Corn Starch, Table Salt, Cream Tarter,
Soda, Fig Blue, Olive Oil, fine.
S. W. Collins' Axes, Brane's and other Hoes,
Trace Chains of different kinds and Prices, Plow
Iron, Bar iron, Nails, Spades and Shovels, Gar
den Rakes, &c., Pad Locks from common to
extra good, Stock Locks, Till Locks, Cupboard
Locks, 4hest Locks,Shee p Shears, Scissors,Poeket
Ktives, Knives and Foi ks, Butcher Knive,Tacks,
Manure Fork, Spring Balances, Lines, Buckets,
Tubs, Brooms, Willow Baskets, Frying Pans,
Curry Combs, Coffee Mills, Hatchets, Hammers,
ICrockery and Glass Wart,
IDinner Plates, Soup Plates, Hande Te-as, Teas
without handles cheap, Glass Tumblers, Glass
Lmps, Bracket Lamps, L.amp Shades, Brushes
to clean Lamp Chimneys, 40 doz. Lamp Chim-*
neys assorted sizes cheap, Extra Burners for
Lamps, also the Wick.
Sundr'ies, &c., &e.,
Hats of different grades and prices for gents,
bovs a'nd youths, also a spiendid stock of Boots
anid Shoes of almnost any quality and price, some
very cheap new-stock, also a large lot of dark
Prints.below cost, also Wo,sted Dress Goods,
Cok,Sha wls, Sontangs, Bed Blankets, commni
B ankkets, Table Covers, Wool Socks and Stock
ings to sell for less than cost. Now is the time to
Hair Brushes, coarse and flne C.omb,s, Tuck
Comba, Hair Pins, Threads of all kvids, Ribbons,
Lace( T*ipes, Braids, Needles, Pins, Buttons,
Thimbles, Tooth Brushes, Patper, Pens, Ink, En
velope-s, &c., Perfumery, Hair Grease, Fancy
Pines, S,noking Tobaeon, Fine Cigars, Powder,
Shot, Caps, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches, &c.,
We aire.making some improvements 'n our
store, and initend keepir-g ump a general stock,and
to sell our customers anythine they may wish at
the very shortest profit that we can possibly live
with Don't forget to give us a e-ill and see if we
do wh ae say, at the old stand, Herald oillee
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Feb. 21, 8-tt.
G ROCE RIE S
In this Xarket,
Can be found at
A. H AR R IS'.
Sugar, brown 15, yellow 20,' clarified
25, A sugar 27, C sugar 28,
Coffee, 40 to 45 cts.
Flour, $15 per barrel.
Cheese, 35 to 40 eta.
Candles, 40 cts.
Oysters, pound cans 40, 21lbs. 75.
Sifters, buckets, soda crackers.
Copperas., 10 ets. per lb.
Mustard, 15 cts. per box.
Soa; 20 cts. per lb.
-And all other goods - cheap in- pro
portion, call, examine t,nd satisfy your.
selves. A. HARRIS.
Feb 21 8-tf.
HEADQUARTERS, 1ST SUBIDISTRICT,
DIsTRcT WEsTERN So. CA., -
CoLUMrIA, 5. C., February 13th, 1866.
GENERAL ORDERS No. 1.
A LL citizens white and colored in this Sub
District, comprising the separate Districts
of Fairfield, Newberry, Edgefield, Lerington and
Richland, are hereby strictly prohibited from
carrying fire-arms or deadly wearans of any kind
openly or concealed upon their person.
Any person violating this order will subject
themselves to punishment, either by fine or im
prisonment or both, loosing their claims to the
weaons thus carried in defiance of order and
United States Soldiers will be governed by the
same order, except when -in discharge of their
O0icers of this command and soldiers on duty,
are hereby authorized and instructed to arrest
and disarm any parties discovered violating this
~y ordler of *
Lieut. CoL NAT. HAUGETrON.
Liu.-G. W. IDEN,
Liu.and A. A.'A. Genm.
OrrerAL: W. L. Fours, Lieut. Com'd'g Dis
triet, Newberry, S. CJ.
Feb. 28, 9-3.
o Burial Casesd
supply of these Cases, from the above
are of the latest and most improved
iish, and which he offers at low rates -N
say that they have been, purchased e
only a small advance on the cash prie
be attended to unless accompanied with
R. C. CHAPMAN.
C. . ti NESMORE
11 AS returned from AtIgusta and is #repared
to take any kiitd of PICTURE.
Fron any kind of Pictures !
I AT THE OLD OPPOSITE THE COUT HOUSE.
Jan 17 3 if
il W. BYTIIEWOOD,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
SOLICITS a share of BUSINESS. His long
experience in the above BRANCHES guarantees
Jan. 17, 3-tf.
DR. J. E. DAPRAY,
FROM CHARLESTON, S. C.
FFICE on the North side 6f Main-street, for.
merly occupied and known, as the Law
Office of G. G. DeWalt, Esqr.
Dr. Dapray is now prepared to perform till ope
ration- at the OLD PRICES for CA -H or its
equivalent. Chloroform administered when de
Newberry, June 1, '65.
Strayed or Stolen,
1ROM the plantation of Dr. Randell Croft on
L or aout 10th instant, a dark bay or light
brown FILLY, between two and three years old,
twelve or thirteen hands high-Canadian stock.
Any per.son giving information which will lead
to the recovery of the Sily will be liberally re
warded. T. J. CROFT, Jr.
Feb. 28, 9-2t.
Lanrensville Herald please copy one time.
English and Classical School,
~HE undersigned has opened, at hisq residence,
I.a select school for boys, in which they will
be prepared for a Collegiate course. For terms
and further information apply to
- THOMAS DUCKETT.
IFeb. 28, 9-St.*
STOLEN from the undersigned, ort the 28d
Kinst., a Brown Mouse Colored HORSE
MULE. Fresh roach. Tall bobbed off. Said
Mule is 7I or 8 halds high.
J. B. GLYMPH.
DRY GOODS, &C.,
Now in store and arriving,
Are of the choicest description, and embrace
among the leading articles of groceries,.
Stuart's A B and C Sugirs,
Best Rio coffee and Tens,
Bacon, Lard, Goshen Butter,
BueJ wheat Flour,
Cheese, Mackerel, Rice,
Soaps, candles, Starch,
Onions, cow peas,
Best Liverpool Salt, at $5 per sack..
S. W. Collid's Axes,
Broad Sweede Iron, (for ploughs,)
Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Nails,
Pocket and Table cut!ery, &c.
My stock of
SPRING DRY GOODS,
Is complete, and embraces a list of choice and
well selected articles. Under ibis head will be
found a beautiful, lot of
Ladies' Spring Bonnets,
And the assortmen,t ot
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps,
la of the fullest description.
Buckets, Tubs, Baskets, Willow-ware, Sifters,
- Cotton cards, (W hittemnore's,)'Ya.rns,
Segars, Tobacco, Pipes,
Brushes,(shoe, horse; &c.,)
Violin strmngs, of the best kind,
Oils of all kinds, Kerosine, Terebine and Tan
Aime's Corn Shellers, &c.,
In fact anything and almost everything that
can be called for, or is usually found in a general
variety store, and at fair prices, can be found at
Corner Store, under the Hotel.
I W. H. WEBB.
Feb 21 8 tf
A FEW very excellent COOKING STOVES
of different sizes, have just been received
directly from the manufacture.s in New York,'
and for sale by
1W. T. WRIGHT,
NEW WROUGHT JRON BACKS,
FOR OLD STOVES,
that will last for years. Who manufactures and
sells at wholesale and retail the very best artiele
Rooing,Guttering,Puttinlg ini Yatlies, &c..
Who doesall kinds of
AT REDUCED PRICES,
T make room for spring and sumier
THE STOCK OF
Hats and C9 PS
Is of the fullest description, additions to which
are being constaptly made. Besides which
the line of
is quite large and full.
Which will be disposed of at most reasonable
Jobbers and country mercbants will Ond it
to their advantage to call on me and examine
dec 208m M. FOOT.
Now Full and Complett
Ladles', Gentlemen's, Boyl
Youth's, Misses & Children's
BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS &c.
I s 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 manufactors. Therefore, we feel confi.
dent that we can, and will sell a better shoe for
tie sain 'oMonty, than any other house this side
of Philadelphia. We cordially invite a call be
foreyou buy elsewhere.
I. M. SUBER, &. Co.,
Main st., opposite Court H,>use.
N. B.-Being connected with the House of I.
M. Saber & Co., I will be happy to aee aU] my
old friends and customers.
Jan 10 2 tt McDUFFIE METTS.
NOTICE ! NOTICE !
r lHE subscribers have just returned from
.LCharleston, with a fine, large and full
STOCK OF GOODS,
Which they are opening at their residence 4
miles North of Newberry C. H.,
consisting in part of
Ladies Dress Goods,
J. P. KINARD & SON.
J..n 7 6 tf
TOO LS, ST OCK,
CORN and FODDER.
I WILL SELL, at the Yard known as CRUlK
SH ANKS' T ANYARD, Pickens District, 10
miles from Greenville, C. H., on~ Wednesday, 7t.h
March next, at Auction,
THAT SPL.ENDID TRACT OF L.ANI),
Containing about 711 Acres-200 Acres open,
75C of whieb is Bottom Land; the balance -in
Woods. O0n the Tract there is one of the best
TANNERIES in the State. There is also a BARS.
and CORN MILL, worked by Water-Power, and
all necessary Buildings, on the Place. The Tan
yard is ip full operation, working 120 Vats of all
kinds. Corn Mill self-sustaining. The Tract is
situated on Brushy Creek, waters of Saluda River,
in Pickens District.
At the same 'ime and place, wifi be sold, hle
1,000 lbs. of BACON,
60 Cords of REDl-OAK BARK.
For further information, apply at the 1'anyard,
or to me, at this place..
JULIUS C. SMITR,
Auct'r and Commtission Merh't.
Feb 21 8 3t Greenvilie, S. C.
Two Agricultural apers for $2,50 S
D. REDXQND and WE. N. WUTTE, EDITORS.
ESTABLISHED IN 1843!
- olume 24tommences yanuary, 1866
XIowtkly, at. ... . ...s. ..$2.0 per anum.
Sixj Copies for..........l16, in Advance.
By special arrangement, with the "MARY
LAND FARMER," another excellent Rural
Montir published in Baltimore at $1.60, both'
papers will be sent one year for $3.00-six of
eeb for $16-10 of each %r $25-giving each
subsriber in this ease, bodii paper. for $9.80 i
A4iress, WE. N. WHITE,
Fe5 28, 9,4f Mlhens Ga.
LL pereona basig demiand agaftbst the Es
Atate of ROBERT BURTTON, Dee'd, will
please leave with E P'. Esake copy 6f their de
iads on or before the 10th day of March next.
PERMFrA BURTON, Adrs
The inost complete
In Aimerict; sn be fbund at
NEWBERRY U. IL, S. C.,
HENRY E. BLEASM,
Jae. 9 1 tf troprietor,
KNCHANTS WOULD DO WELL
To call at
. And examine his
Tin Ware & Prices.
Jan t I tf
OLD STOVES and OLD STOVE
Piping, old Gutters, old Roofing,
And all old Tin Ware,
Repaired at short notice, by
jin 3 1 tf HENRY H. BLEASE
NEW ROOFING, NEW STOVES,
New Stove Piping, new Guttering,
New Tin for Valleys, &c., &C.,
All farnished and finished, with all of
the newest improvements, by
jan 3 1 tf HENRY 11. BLEASE.
Greenville & Columbia iL ..
Columbia, January 28th, 186d..
O N and after WEDNESDAY, the Slat instant,
the Passenger Trains trill be run daily
(Sunday excepted) as follows:
]Leave Colirmbia at 6.00 A M.
" Alstdn i 1.00, .'
" Newberry 12.50 P. 1.
Arrive at Abbeville '' 6.00 "
"Anderson " .8.10 "
" Greenville " 9.00 "
Leave Greenville at -4.30 A. K.
" Anderson " &,80 "
" Newberry " 1.10 "
Arive at Alston " 2.55 P. K.
." Columbia "8,00
There will be about seven miles of staging still
between Freshley's and Alston. Passengers will
be furnished wit4j ticketa through, 1'iciding the
Road, Stage an'd Ferry, 60 poamds baggage only
llowed on the stage to one.seat. -
J.~B. LIsSAL .3,
Jan 31 General Suyerin'tendand.
I WILL SELL at the late residence of JOSEPH
REID, Dec'd., on
acsday, the I3th day of March next,
Te personal property belonging to dfie estate of.
said deed., consisting of about
fuidy-Eigh kales of Cotto
WAGflNS ANDL tBEARING,
ouehold and 'Kitcken Furniture, -e.
TERES me.de krownt on day of SAIL, but be
lved will be CASH. The REAL ESTATE oj'
e'd., will be rented at the same timetind p:ade
if not otherwise disjosed of biefor~e that time.
SAMIUEL W. REID, Adna r'
Feb. 28, 9-2t.
T rceed Direct from Balzimor a good
SUGAN, at 20. per lb.
Coffee at940c. per lb.
Cheese, Crackers .
Oyters, 40tc..per ca.
Lard and Idee
Family Floun, $14.
PickIes, all kinds.
Soaps, all kinds.
Candies, all kinds.
At Wholesale and Retai CLlademne
Feb 2 8'4 RISER&CO.
THE proprietor returns his thanks to'his pa
trons, and will be pleased to furnish
~f all the choicest varieties,- adapted to our cHii
Apples and Peaches at 80) toSO cents.
Pears, Plums, Cherries, Aprieote, '750.to $1.
Evergreens, Roses, Grape Vines of Choice
kinds, English Waluuts, Spanish' chestuts, Ever.
bearing Mulberries, Figs, .Asparagus and~ Horse
Radish Roots, etc. Osage and Macartney Roses
A Descriptive catalogue sent .te all pdst paid
ipplicants. A ddressa ,WM SUMMER,
Jan. 8 1 2m Pomaria,S.
LLproshaving demands againstthE.
tate of ALMEDA WORT HINGTON, Dec'd.
ill please furnzish me copy o.f such' demands on
Sbefore the 10th day of March next.
3. P. LAKE, Adm'r, Will annexed, of
eb 24 8-St
- . m . un M
Th Sate tSonth Catollma&
- 4ssaaRR Diswcter.
By John .7. Peterwo*, V., Ordinary of Zew
HERAA- Joseph. if.- #at ba - SpAe
W to me for Letteis of Adwftdstrao,
on all and singu'1 r- tb'goods Id s*,
rights'and credits o te?i W. tIM et t
the District, af&resnid, decessedi
These 9A therefore to effe 1td a&dki a
and sin~dlat- ibe kindred"arid c Wrdi4r *eeidd
decen6d - to be and appei 1d9b -ma dor"
Best dinary's Court for 04 saD t6 b
Wolden at Newberry Court 11'k 6b the 1th U
bf Mar. inst., to shew eae, ff-any, w Q
gio Aelnistraidon sh6zV n6t 6e granted.
SGie under; my hanathis Ist da of sir.
its ti6 feir of our Lord one thousand eig
X 74i. JOHN T. PETRSO,, ..
STA TR OP 8OUT A BORMVA
By John 2. Peterson, Ordin ofxmberry
W HEREAS, John J.AMick 1bas.applW.
W to me for Letters, of AmiisWtiton,
on. all - -and singular the goods*aza batteak
rights and credits of Geo, D. Amid, Iate-er
the district aforesaid, deceaseid:
These are tberefore to cite .nd- admam
and singular, the kindred and credi ors of tb
Pa:d deceased, to be and appear before me, atour
next Ordinary's Court for the said District, to be
holden at Newberry Court House on the 14th
of Mar. inst, -to sihew cause, if any whjthe -
Administration !houid not b*.igft
Given uvder my h&ad tai this8th d1y.
of Feb.-inte year of4ur -. tiM 66 thia6 a
eight havidied a6d-axry-six. .
3M 1 u JOHN T. PTERSON,o..
Notice ot Electon.e
STATE OF SOUTH CAROL1N.-N1*BERYM
Offlei Ceurt of Ge neral Seion#and Coni
JOHN T. -PETERSOX, Ordiajy, sd.e.
officlio Cleik of said Court, im psstnee
the directions ot the Act of the Legislature III
such tes inade and provided, de hereby V
puahe uotiee,-that an election for Clerk of
Court of Gener l Session- aud Conmo. PJeae
for Newberry District, will be heldwon .teeMyi
the 3d day of April next, at.the .o*A. plaes of -
election threughout the said District
Witnes my hand at -New4erry Cefrt 1ou6
this 21st day of February, A. D., 186
&Ex off. C. G. & C. .
Feb. 28, 94t.
The State ot South Carolina
NWBERRY DISTRICT-AN EQUT?Y
Simeon Fair, - ~ oP'~.
Solicitor of Middfe Circit.
EION. FATR, Esg., Solicitor of the Xid%e
CJ(ircuit havimgithis -day fIed, in tbi. -~
a "Bilitto perpetuate testmony w isehe -
deeds, .ihll,chOossin actiDoand other,pp-.~
and rqoords :4Citopd quest~ dujring the et
-It is- Ordered, that all persona db. i~re h&
to, and desirous of availing. thernereu 1 th
benefit of the Act of the Geneu*&sint~
such case made and providedjllnitis - -
come ba fore the Court, snd hiale ikeS and@ppe
petuated, nder this Bintt -a videsce whl*
they. shall produce, on proper ippi lnbeag
made-before pe.., SIL&S BT2 .
January 27, 1866. $15.00.
The Stateof' South Carolia
if. 4iig Xad oa idhire
B ORDER of the Court, th&~dLs@ h
esate of Honi. JNO.B ~I1,rI
deceased,.amnd,also4 the credisoaeohelteeSt4e.
of said. de'cea%ed, have fuzrtheintime, IitW 41
t..emth day of Marck, 186 ior.ndea1
lish -on-oaththeir respeetire deJpnbIu e u4
L'om's. Office, Fieb. 21I, 186.
Feb 2'S, 9-3t. si
The S$ate of' Soth'Ci5im
EWBE&RK DISTRi(T'-S EQUfTY~
Sarah 4.7 'r..:, Ykos ATauanau
Bill to sellproperty tnd to arha ase
'THE creditors eftheesitt of Dr I 5E -
A.W. TBOMSON~, are tegnire4 lo .4
and establish their-respective claims.a e
fore the Connissoner, on ia beloet.S
siitb dafoat May ,exitao sbi& wIt
Com'r~s. Office, Feb. 25, 186.,
-Feb. 28,9-4m. .- -f.'
NEWBERRt DSTRICT-fN EQUITY.
Davi H. Buzkar, Addnr.y e. CatAsris ~ -
hardi &Saek JtentSand others.
YOR DR of-tke (MU1,be Elnst for dia
creditorerof theerase of ?ABE .Jg7
FERSON-BUZHARIDT,~Dke'd, to -teiyder and -
tbhish on o*tlh, before- the Commoissiouer the
rspeiedemandade extbude4 4e the ffeq*
dayq*ar. 1466. -
C om!.fRlee, (IAS JOEhiOO s -.
FPebruarytiat086L - -
LL p ~~Yjde~mand5 a *7-I
tait o . C7.C4~ . -
seseebtem, propelysteadi, otoefe the
1Mh day r$ 'Margh next to ite oritn ~u-e
tJadues N. Baiter er Slt.eiteni.
B Carileat N9ewbery, en.a er t 1st
day of March, ne-Et. - - .
Feb .28, 9-2t
- LE persons having demands pa-thi .kf
Ita:e of JO)HN COOK s. dec'L aid
hereby notified to-prest tfhed*, rif attesk
ed to ttn- sticritart; oh'df befdEt2'd day of'
A pril rie*~, as a setteinent will h41nade on' said
etktw shortif after that time. And all indebted
to said estate will make payment as early as con
J. B. SIMPSON,
Feb. 28, 9-5t.
ALIr personsindebted to the estate of J&V
IC'ROSSON, deceased, are reqesed te -
xialte,pament immediatel. Tho.se havg ' ee
nida will present them, peprly asted,
de beforete-2d day of Apri neat Asebe estats
wil be settled up p-~on ~as*e
J. T. P. GR SN, Xsr.
F eb. 48, 9-5.
reetare fGII,b dmadd Deedn ae
preany of m such eaddoorbfots..t
da-o Mac'aB.- .LkZAmr "i..e.
E. P L.KE dd. eiesd