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o change toreport in the. Newberry 'Cot
ton Market since lasl xe6. Dull at from 18
NEW tQRK JUIL 9.-Cotton firm at 36 to
38. Gold 521
The commencement exercises of the Lau
rensville Female College, which recently came
off, were an honor to the District, and all con
neeted with that excellent seat of learning.
Fifteen thousand negroes have died of the
cholera in Guadaloupe, and the sugar crop will
probably be 6hort for want of hands to gather it.
Twelve hundred dogs were killed at New York
Card-Goods at Cost.
The remnant of the stock of R. B. Holman
& Co., having been purchased by the subscri
ber, he will close them out at cost, at the old
stand of Williams & Ferguson, No 2 Mollohon
Row. Public attention is called to the fact
that the goods will be sold at cost and bargains
may be had.
My friends and the public are respectfully
informed that I will continue to dispose of the
above goods, for Mr. Mathias Barre, and that
I 7ill be happy to see them at all times.
J. Y. McFALL.
The remaining memorandum accounts of
the late firm of R. B. Holman & Co., have
been transferred to Mr. L. C. Kibler who has
placed-them in my hands for collection. Parties
therefore indebted will please call and set
July 11-tf. J. Y, McFALL.
NOT GONE UP,
But we have gone down town, where we
have the remnant of our stock, saved from the
recent fire, and also a goods assprtment which
we have added t'o our stock the past week,
Sand still receiving almost every day.
We have dress goods, white goods, prints,
hosiery, gloves, ribbons,,belts and belt ribbons
and buckles, notions, &c., &c., also pure Iriih
linen, bird eye diaper, towels, table damask,
&c., and for~gents wear broad cloth, casimers,
hats, boots, shoes, &c., pocket and -table cut
lery,' spoons, blacking, lamps, cotton cards,
cotton yarn, Batesville shirting,S. L. shirting,
Bacon, lard, sugar of various qualities and
prices, coffee, Liverpool salt, bar . soap, toilet
and shaving soap,- candles, starch, pepper,
soda, chewing tobacco, scarfiletti and Virginia
Pride smoking tobacco, besides many other
necessary articles not mentioned, all 'of which
we propose to sell iog for cash or barter.
We feel very':thankful to our friends, and
the public generally, for the liberal patronage
so kindly extended to us heretofore, and hope
by strict attention to business &c., to merit a
continuance of the same.
LOVELACE & WHEELER,
Main street- to Depot,.under Herald office.
P. S. We will purchase for cash, or barter
for country produce. L. &W.
The barber shop is removed to the rear of
where it formerly stood on Main street, oppo
site the Court House. Entrance on Main
street. July 11-tf.
THE NEWBERRY "GLENNSPRINGS."
This famous resort is now open in the rear
of the Newberry Hotel, op. the P. 0.,
Wmn. Glenn proprietor.
An- extra convocation of Signet Chapter,
No 18, will be holden, Monday evening next,
July 16th, 1866.
Members are particularly requested to be
punctual in their attendance.
By order of the M. E. H. P.
JAS. LARKIN, Secretary.
Turnip and Ruta Baga Seed, &c.
From good seed only, can good vegetables be
obtained. A large stock, embracing, Landreth's
improved RUTA BAGA-Large NORFOLK;
Large GLOBE; Large FLAT DUTCH; RED TOP;
White RUTA BAGA; together ,with all other
seeds, proper for the season,:just received by
Plain Street, Columbia, S. C.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry District.
In the Court of Common Pleas, Ex Parte
Abraham-Harris-Petition for the benefit of th6
Insolvent Debtors Acts.
Abraham Harris, who is in the eustody of the
Sheriff of said District, by virtue of an order for
bail at the- suit of Hartman L Streus, halving filed
in my office, together with a schedule-'on oath, of
his estate and property, his petition to the Court
of Common Pleas; praying tat he may be ad
nitted to the benefit of the Acts of the General
Assembly, made for the relief of insolvent Debt
ors It is ordered that the said Hartman &
StroW and all others, the creditors- to whom the
said Abraham Harris is indebted in any wise, be
and appear, before -the said Court, at Newberry
Court House on Wednesday the seventeenth <day
of October next to show cause, if any they <cau,
why the said Petition should not be granted.
E. P. LAKE, c. c. P.
Clerks -office, Newberry, July 6th 186&.
The Editor of the Newberry Herald will .pub
lisb the above once a week for the next three
mionths. E. P. LAKE c. c. P.
FRESIr ARRIVALS OF OHOWGE
I am daily adding to my variety of choice
Groceries, and have just received a supply of
the following, viz:
A. G3. & Brown Sugars, Fine Rio Coffee,
Choice Tea, Rice, Shad, Smoked and-Pickled
Herrings, No. 1 (iodfish, Bacon, Molasses,
Pickles, Sardines,. Lobsters, aDd a fine lot of
can Fruits, 0andles, Seda, Soap, Pepper,
Spice, &c., Also, about two- hundred yards
heavy White Osnaburgs. All of which I will
sell low for cash. G. M. GIRARDEAU,
July 4 3 Law Range, West <Corner.
KEEP OFF XY PE
I [FOREWARN all persons, white or black,
at.all times, from hunting or fishing on tiy
plantation, or passing ethrough it without mny
congent. S. C. MERCHIANT.
July 4 St
I (COTTON YARNS.
THE best cotton made, .all n.umbers, from
No. 6 to 1.3. Just r.eceived and for sale by
IJuly 44 .R. STEWART.
IA superior article fine Powder, just recived
and for sale by R. SEWART.
A very superior article Indigo, just -rceived
and for sale by R. STEWART.
Messrs. Editors-By nominating Mr. Daniel
B. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax Collector of
Newberry District, you will oblige his many
Julyi4 WARMf FRIENDS.
BOTTLED LAGER BEEEM-BftLELAE3BMj
WISKEMAN i WILBER,
Fine Family Groeers and Provigion Merchants
Flour, Bacon., Butter, Lard, Fish atc
At Popular Pices.
Newberry,S. . July 4 tf
STATE OF SOUTH CAROINA. -
By John, T. Peterson, Ordinary of NewbeN
Whereas, James A. Crotwell has applied to me
for Letters of Administration, on all and singular
the goods and chattels, rights and credits of
Fredenck S. Boozer, late of the distict aforesaid,
These are therefere to scite and admodiish all
and singular, the kindred and creditors of the
said deceased, to Ibe and appea; -before:me,,at our
snext Ordinary's Court forthe said District, 4o ibe
holeR:at Newberry Court House on the 16thtday
-of July inst,. tG:show *cause, if any why the said
Administration should not .he granted.
Given under my hand and seal, 4isw 2d day
of July in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and sixty-six.
3 4 .2 JOHN T. PETERSON,.o5N..D.
ALL persons having demands against-the
estate of F. J.iGlyph, dec'd, are reguested
to present them properly -attested:to the-une
dersigned, on or before the dst -day df August
next, and all indebted to said estate will make
payment by thattimes N. H. GLYMPI,
July 4 2 Adm'
FROM the subscriber, on Wednesdayilght
last, a dark bay mare Colt, both hind feet
white, with small Hack spots below,theakile.
Any information leading to her recovery will
be liberally rewarded. 'D. B. PIESTER,
July 42 .Newherry, S. .
AILL persons,indebted 4o ethe estate of John
B. Richey, dec'd, are shersby notified that un
less payment is made on or before the 15th
~day of- August.next,'thetmay gxpect to pay
costs, as I will be comnpelledto sue;
R0TIGE TO TEPAISERS.
ALL personis, white or black, are forbid
den to trespass on my plantation:at the risk
of being shot. WILLIAMS WELCU.
DES5OLVTION OF ?ARTNERSHIP.
TB1E Partnetship beretofore existing un
der ethe name .ad style of R. B. Holman &Co,
is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
R. B. HIIUMAN
.J. Y. MCFALL.
All persons indebted 4o the .concern b
memorandum are requested toicall and settl
immnediately with,the tundersigned.
July 48 3.- Y. McFALL.
T INAL TAX NOTICE.
ALL persons who do not pay their Tax Re
turns by the 15th 'instant, will oertainly &nd.
thir receipts in the hands-of the shexif.
July 43 J. B.FEELLERS,TM. .
All -personsrindebted to4the firm of.Ji. Reed
er & Co., must settle, as I must dlose up -the
business-of ,that old firm.
. July 4.3 A. M. REEDER, Survivor.
NIotice to Trespassers.
I ferewarn all persons, white.or black, day -0r
night, from Huntinig or Fishing on my Plantation.
May 2..21--nm. W. -B, McEELLER.