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ne Jer ome i mestea on ine npper I1oor
of 11he buildirg forinerAy T'c d byi 1. e.
Wri!bt. as ta Tin cqtablishment, L. w on the.
lower rtqry by Lovelice & WhT ler ; po
tite Col. Leare1l' Mm11,4- THrd.
On Wed3e6day morning this paper wil he Pgain
issued, an4 ny notites designed for pu,bidation
will he handed in "On Tuer,d4Y rnrngt' insure
Our - gular advrtiing ptrons will- a pprecate
the necessity, (in the lak of room)in,our or11itting
their advertisenents for the present.
We r,re pleae'd to stme *blt oluir odd friends
Messrs. Gonin & L7ken' will open in a few days
in the bi!dinc hnown i; the old har ber shop,
and lately -ec pi b Y -J. Pope, ES- *l.
Among t lo s, ,- tne rieeit fire, we re
gret to learn., vre Lhe books, pdp.er nd seals
of Signet ChAer tnd A.pi:y Lodge, which
were in the hands of the Secretakry, Mr. Jas.
THE LATE FI R .
tevidethv the work 'of design. Pm
Ir n.g was sy:arently sste11aic.
Tthcft ws-the rcder of tdie y nd quite .a
0uantity 4f goods, of every description, was
;Sp1-r tedci Aw-ay.
It therefore behves tbc citizens to be o,n
Whe aert. Quantiun, suffinit.
An Appeal for the Destitute.
The late mem-orable conflagration has re.n
Aered houmeless ad homeless mamy of our citi
.zenggmagg whom are a number of'aged persons
Wand dows-.who ar in a truly deplorable con
dition. Any assigtnee from those in town or
0oun yvho are not similarly situated, would be
-as '"bre'ad cast qpon the water' "There ave
those- who go forth weeping, but they will re
turn after many days bearing their sheaves with
-STOP THAT BMLL.-While our outside form was
in process on yesterdiy the t'own bell startled us
by aJfegrful clangor. Fire again was the -diead
ful thought, aind onice -more to fly perhaps.' A
look-fror the vindow allayed all fears. It was
. only a country provision wagon come to town,
the ringing anrnounced that a quantity of truck
was for &ale. We think- it was.runlg an -tmneces
sarily long time, particularly just now wirTe .thea
pu.bIe-nerves are unstrung. -I
In behalf of .my wife and helpless children
I offer those who~ so thoughtfully extended
theum the "smnall sweet courtesies of life," alli
that I now have-GRATITUDE. I would like
to wai ve-ppiprieties and mention those who
'rave themi the affectionate amenities of a gen
uine hos"pitiiy, but fear' to infringe u pon~
the innflte delicacies of n'ind that govern the,
truly charitable. R~ICH?ARDGRENEKER.
We lea in that marny:of the colored people
worked'rt the fire' with commendable zeal.
Barrel Raines assisted as bravely. We wourld
lik e tknnw the name- of othei-s
'1mw ~ ~ F ol.~r~SAP C\~W k ohe
A, or - P. rocIN-n t,rAfr
she shmli n(t lose tet Ti IS 0, gO(d
weton-ho erep i;u to a y
:01n.1ptiier V,iS- ptk-t (T'V Dzeo!
sonetiin -Austria ilewa-ol- u go
deal.. Inghnd stoot by, iWe i sobcr-.4ded po
Ii-ceman, no.t so vv. w .ho was robfied r-,!
nxuS that eveCr-thingc PhO-U-id 1)- deCnvLt yu-d
Austria reinses to o I12n rnce --Fo S a
Napol-eon. l asingeuly bonght drirs to
a gieA lock, an1d njow he wipes his eyend cres,
"Oh, what nvulnesseoh, what perver.hy Atv
weuv we think Prnsiasd Austria,d aid pei
verse; fo r Iiev sh Qt1ld . P ' Ie Only one'
l e I;v Ito ga by) their qu0i IpoClQt
W ar see is o w nev a l ; h-e beg m n IS
near ; the e&d1, conieIeriag ihe varius forces and
morives at work, ope-nly :1id secretly, he woU!d be
a shrewd man'who could forese. 4
J.ide Lewi , of the! iis;th Judicial District
Qourt of'Louisiana, hac sdecided that ptrieg
turcha'jng slaves t any time prior to the I
ndovtIon of the coUsftitutitional tmendment
abdisbing slave:-y are bound to maUe payment
for them. "The rights of thie parties nhugt be
goVenen by the ]aWs in force at the ie of
WBE.R, 1h-ne 21.-Received the past wee~k
some fifteea bales cotton., which sold at. 4sip g
froni 15 to 26c.
NEW Yo.RI, June 2.-Cotton Is dull, with
sale- .of'4,000 bales, including 8,040 bales by
Iuetion, at 89' a 40. Flour is dull ; inferior
gr- d)es*have declined- Southern a . Wheat
dull. New Michigan 2.67i.. Corn has advanced
Ic. a 2c. Beef steady. Pork Srm, with sales.of
1-S(0 bb1g. at 33 a 50. Whisky dull. Naval
stores dull. Gold 521. Exehange 1.0.
"&;EW ORLEANS, Jung 2f).-Cotton is unchanged;
with sales of 500 bales at 36j a 3I.
Gold 481 Bank Sterling 6i21. gewYork lEr
change par to i discount.
CHARLoTTEJ COTTON MA KF.T3ltne 19.-A few.
hales sold to-day at 28 a 30~ currency.
WI-NNSBoRO- 0:TTON-MARKET Junie 13.-CQttn
is quoted at 28 eenJts eurrency.
- - . Auction Sales.
I will'sell on'th first Monday in July n.ext,
before theLDdurt House, the lot of land formerly
9overed by -the B~onzer Hotel and Thespian
Hall. This is a valuable lot with a stable on it.
6-Boxes of Tobacco, 4- bo xes of smoking
[Tbacco, -2 Horses, 2 Mules, and 100 pair of
The repison I sell this lot is to get money to
feed the handls I have employed. It- takes
2501bs of b'acon per week to feed them- ~V
lost all -my eotten in the fire that burnt the
buildings. This is a valuable lot -for business
of any kind, as it is near the public square.
* H. H. KINARD.
June 22, 1866.
NEWBERRY C. H., June 22, 1886.
The Citizens generally, and especially the offi-.
cers and members of the Local Police. Companies.
of Newberry are earnestly requested to meet at
at the Court House on Monday July 2nd, 1886,
at 8 o'clock P. M.
WM.W w 1OTTEmAL 5. )1 D.
JANITS Hier L 'i
11tNv informs l irz frien s.s n d' paon#
I;t temInt'o his stock, save-d from the fire "
;i i be O'fd in the store+friiedy oeouiied 1
WNR ilas &-FetfgUPQII, "IUbo iW, kr th e, 4e
of which h is ifi .' t'O the kindn"sa 4 Nr.. -
W. H1. Rutledge, ll& will remain there intil the
Few store is r by the Rad7s pr
T us, by Capt, Daq..
E would ke this .ceaion to .retir thanka
to llii iezjj for iheir wA.imeeon.the m1rt7in
.f the ire. R. B. OLMAN IC-GO,
J.u Li 10 . .4.
Illfving saved -a few goods from the f'te con
fltgra!10 ;L1',4n ha%'!g renored t the stor
!' ou mnetiy. occupied -by -r. W. V. TWrig'ht, i
a 'in S4op. we wi1,1 be hnpp to Fee otir a14
fri Thd.<, .e.itemers and .jhle public generig~.
Occasion is ts tk returnf 6ur tia'nks to
tne many frini1s h ida-y assisted tin .our
la te misfortune.
LOVELACE & \UU4FTEX.
The subsoriber returns thanks to the kind
friend; who as,sted.him,n.he iavirg of a portioz
of his stoek of aram, .ammunition., tools, ke.
Haviflg open&d -a work rpom, over Williams &
Ferguen's -old stand, Mollohon Row, he will .be
happy to receive-orders and.attend to all wok
in his line. Z.1 L. WHITE.
Dr. R. S. Whaley. returns thanks to is
friends for their Assistance the morning of
the fire. To Mr.%. Jenkins he returns es
pecial thanks for the use' of -an office, where
he is prepared to resume his profession.
Dr. J. E. -Dapray can be found, 'for the
present, at his residence. He is prepared to
esunie the practice f his profession.
Dr. Gonin returns thanks to his :few good
friends who rendered him assistanee en the morn
1ing of the fire, and also to Capt. Parker for his
reat kindness in giving him a temporary home.
Iaving lost several 'bundles' of clothing, imen,
etc, bound up in sheets and blankets4 he .Dequests
any one discovering the same to give notification
at this offiee. The articles are marked "T. G.,"
and -"E. B3."
NOTICE, NOTICEL NOTICE.
The Admninist-rattix,Of the 'Estate of Bennett
Ferry, Esq,'deceased, (Mrs. M. C. Perry) having
appointed me he'- attorne-y to settle with -ali
those indebted to the above Estate. I hereb~y
rotiff all- concerned that they can find.their notes
an~Laieounts at Newberry. B..., where 1 wiU tie
glad t6 arrange with all :partes on the most 4d
vantagieoGs terms .that can be allowed, conlsistaat
with- -the circumstances of the Estate. -I will
hold these papers at this place until about .the
first day of September next, at that time they
will be. placed in the hands of Lawyers ,n 'the
different'I)istricts where the parties 'reside, to be
sued on. All parties who have dematnds against
the Estate will please hand them te me soon.
HI. II. BLEASFa,
Ner- ry, Jana 15th, 186G. f*