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PUBLIC FEELING AT VIENNA-Til PEO.
PLE DISCOURAGED.-At Vienna the reverm
ses sufferred by the Austrians on the 27th
and 28th ultimo, produced a marked dis
couragement. The journals, however, pro%
test against such a disposition of the public
mind. The Vienna Gazette, while admitting
that there was reason for all patriotic feeling
to be painfully affected, decliares that the
depression was greater than was justified by
the circamstances, and idds :
In the present grave conjuncture, which is
nevertheless so full of hope the government
feels more than ever how intimately it Is
united with the people of Austria. Prom
' them it, however, demands an absolute con%
fidence. That iron calm, that sentiment of
fidelity which now as at all times distinguish
es every Austrian soldier, should serve us as
an example. The lapse of a few hours
may bring about a complete change by a
general and decisive victory. With the vals
or the soldier shou!d be sown the courage of
the citizen. The noble ta,k of gaing the
victory has fallen to our sons and brothers
who have answered the summons of our au
gust sovereign, and not to us. Our duty
consists in rende. ing ourselves worthy of
their deeds. Courage, resolution. strength,
self,reliance, and all those qualities which
form the civic virtues should animate our
The New Free Press makes the same ap%
peal to public opinion, and expresses similar
hopes. It, 'owever, blames the system of
operations, and shows that in the m:ijority
of the enga-aements, and especially at skalk
itz, Nachod, and .Munchengratz the Auss
trians were always infitrior to their adversa
ries It alQo remarks that the Prusians
would meet with much greater difficulties in
Bohemia if a popular war had been pro,%
claimed, and a levy of the people in a mass
organized against the invaders.
IMPORTANT iF TRUE -the editor of the
American Uniof, pub;ished at Shelbyville,
Tennessee. has been shown the model of the
invention intended to prevent collisions and
other accidentse>n railroads. The advan,
tages of the invention are thns given by the
"From its simplicity, we feel confident
thit when once adopted, it will become a
g.-neral thing as it will do away with all
OLher kitid, of signals as by this invention
any official on the ro d can stop any irain,
wlien desired, at any. distance. He can shut
off the steam of a runnitg engine at a dis,*
tance of five miles as well as if he were on
the engioe At the same time, the conduc
tor of any train may be stoppedl on any part
of the road, cin prevent any other train from
coming nearer thin one-half mile, by stop
ping tue appro1chin- engine."
ANUNWELCOME NE(BoR.The Choler
ra has at length arrived on the Southern
coast Several cases have been brought to
Savannah, and some have died on the
-voyage thither. While there is no occasion
for undue alarm. it behooves our people to
take active measures in and around their
households to prevent the spread of the
epidemic, and ~to counteract its influences.
Cleanliness and a due regard to diet will be
found effectual barriers.
The number of children is decreasing in
Connec'icut. Since the war. they are in
creasing in this section !-Keowee Courier.
KwERRY, July 24-Cotton market firm at
from 2 to 27c.
CH A RLEST ON, July 23.-Sales 100 h.ales,
ern 9 60 a 15 75 Corn 831 a 84&
MOBILE, 23 -Cotton sales, 200, middlings
32 L.le oemanrd
MARRIED, on the 19th inst., by the Rev.
J. K. Mendenhall, Mr. N F. BUTLER tO
MIsS MOLLIE WATTS, all of this District.
bond rest as gently as down upon an angel's
*wing , and as enduring as clasps of steel.
MESSRS. ECDITORs :-You will please an
nlounce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate for
Sheriff of Newberry District, and oblige
April 4, 14. MANY FRIENDS.
The friends ot Capt. THUS. M. PAYSIN
CER respectfully nomainpate lhim as a suitable
candidate for Sheriff of Ne wberry District.
Messrs. Editors-By nominating Mr
Daniel B. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax
Colledtor of Newberry District, you will
oblige his many
July 4 ~ W AR M FRIENDS.
MESSRS EDITORs : You will please an
nounice J. D. SMIT H, as candidat.e f ir the
office of Tax Collector, Newberry dis.trict
and obbage MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 1:6
MESSRs. EnITrS :-Yoau will olige the
friends of MR. WV. J. LAKE, by iorninat.
ing him is a candidate for Sheriff of New
Apr 11, 14. NEWBERRY.
-ALL persons indebted to W. & J. Sulz
baeun r. M Foot or ,ny elf will find their no'es
and cc ut ii mi h;. nds for colYection or
setaliemen' . All who fa'il to set le in a few
days may expect to pay cust Those who
cannor se ttle by cash, must give naew notes
July 25, 3t. W. H. JONEs.
A good variety of Fresh 'and genuine
TUitNIP SEED Sust received fronm David
Landreth & Son viz.
Lanudreths improved Purple Toped Yellow
p RUTA BN'GA,
Early DUTCH (White Flat,)
White Flat Red TOPED.
Just received and for sale low by,.
LOVELACE & W HEELER.
July -25 tf.
1 Barrel of splendid Kerosene Oil and
Lamps and Lamp Chimneys, just received
and for sale by
LOVEL ACE & WHEELER.
J~:~ 25 t~.
Drugs, Drugs, Drugs,
The subscribers beg leave to inform their
friends and the public that they can at pres
ent be found at the Jewelry Store of Mr. E.
S. Bailey, in front of the Hotel. They have
pow in store a full assortment of Drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy Goods, etc., to
which they invite the attention of purchasers.
Fresh additions to their stock received every
Prescriptions cerefully filled day or n!ght.
At night Dr. Pratt and Mr. P. G. McGregor
may be found at the Hotel.
PRATr, JAMES& CO.
July 25 4t.
Miatirasses Made & Repaired!
William Johnstone, (Freedman) most re,
spectfully announces to the citizens of New,
berry and surroundin'g country that he is
prepared to make complete, new mattrasses,
and repair old ones. He will warrant 'all
work to give entire satisfaction. He can
refer to a number of ladies and gentlemen.
Please leave orders with Mr. Silas John,
stone, Com in Equity, or at the Herald Of,
fice. July 25 tf.
A LETTER with a note enclosed in favor
of N. Schmitt, for one hundred dollars in
specie, given by T. B. Chalmers, Esq , the
last of Februiry or first of March, 1866, and
mailed at Abbeville on the 19,.h of June ult.,
for Newberry, has faited to come to hand.
The public are hereby cautioned against
trading for the same. N. SCHMITT.
July 25, 1866
The Newberry District Bible Society,
WILL hold their annual meeting in New,
berry on S1turday the 4th day of August
next, at 10 o'clock A. M., in one of the
Churches in tow"n. Notice of the time and
place will be given by the ringing of the bell.
All the members, and persons interested in
the distribution and circulation of the Bible
are earnestly invited to attend.
ChAirman of Executive Committee.
July 25, 1866.
5,000 Bushels Wheat,
500 " Cow Peas,
July 18 2 MAYES & MARTIN.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
ONE or Two Hundred Bushels Cow Peas,
for which the highest price will be paid in
cash. Call on R. STEWAR'.
July 18 2
On and after To-day,the Mill at Newberry
C. H., near the Depot, will be prepared to
grind Wheat, at usual toll (one eighth).
Will grind corn at all times or sell corn grist
or meail, at $2 per bushel, until further no
tice. M. M1LLEN.
July 18 3
A COTTLON SCREW BUILDER
W HO is also competent to d.irect the build
ing of a Gin-House, can get immediate em
ployment on furnishing proper recommen
CA MPBELL R. BRYCE,
July 18 3 Columbia, S. C.
ICE on hand at the "Tupper House,"every
day. Also, the very finest brandy, whiskey,
gin, wines, punches, etc., etc Mint juleps,
smashes, cock-tails, etc And a small sup
ply of the delightful QQQ.
J. N. ROBSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, Nso. 62 East
Bay, Charleston, So. Ca.
H AVISG ample means for advances, a
business experience of twenty years, npd
confining himself strictly to a Commis n
Business, without operating on his n
account he respectfully solicits consignm Its
of cotton flour, corn, &c.
July 18 3mo.
- MEDIC AL.
DR J. C. CA LD WELL offers his profes
sioal services to the citizens of the town
of Newberry and the vicinity, He can he
found at his residence when not professionf
ally engaged. July 18"
Freight Rates via Charleston, S. C.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAI, ROAD,
ICHARLESTON, S. C., June 28. 1866.
The attention of' shippers, of Merchandize
and Produce is invited to the Tariff below.
It is believed to be, and is intende d to be, at
least as low as any route to the sea. And so
far as it is in the power of the South Caro
lia Raibaoad to accomplish it, the old pat-.
ros of rhe Charleston route are assured of
rates always as favorable as may be offered
An extraordinary impression is understood
to have existed, and to some extent may
yet exist, that an unwillingness to unite in
Ithe formation of a low through Freight Tariff
to points of comipletion on the Charlotte
Railroad has been exhibited by the South
Carolna Railroad Company; in fact, that
prtosi ions o that end had been made and
refused by it It is proper here tJ state dis,
tnct y and emphatically, that such impres
sios are utterly witut foundation. The
policy of the Company is now, as it always
has been, never to aliow a lower rate at a
competing point; and its practice is, as it
has always been. to allow the road nearest
the competing point to make the rate neces
say to give its patrons all the advantages
promised elsewhe re. In conformity with
this practice, the Charlotte and South Caro
lina Railroad has been, and now is, fully
authorized to establish any rate to the sea at
Charleton it sees fit, and the South Carolina
Railroad will accept its proposition of such
The notice of shippers is'further asked to
the re,establishment of the Company's Re'.
ceiving and Forwarding Office, whereby
frigrs to and from the sea are received and
promptly forwarded free ,of commiss,ion.
WV J. MAGEAT H, President.
H T. Peake, Gentl Supt.
Tariff of Rates between Charlotte and Chars'
leston, S C.
C. & S. C, R. EB, S. C. R. E.
110 miles. 130 miles.
is class per 1ODibs,--.65 cents. 6.5 cents.
3d " " s " "... 40" 40
Grain per bushel.....2 " 1
Ctto rper bale from Columbi t5 New
FLOUR & GRITS MILLS, IN FULL OPER
ATION AT FLAT SHOALS, LAURES
DiSTRICT, S. C.
HAVING our Wool Cards newly clothed
and repaired, we are now ready to card
wool for the public.
Terms: 10cts. Specie per pound or one
fifth part of the wool.
Our Mills being newly repaired and bav
ing a new bolting cloth, we are able to do a
good part by those wanting grinding done
w2th dispatch and in good order.
L S. HILL, Superintendant.
July 25, 1868. it
this day reduced
the price on all of our fine
Ladies' Wear-such as Gaiters, Bootees,
Buskins, Slippers, &c , &c.
We do this in order to make room for our
fall stock. I M. SUBER & CO.
N. B -The above goods we warrant free
from pasteboard and all such trash.
July 18 tf.
LIMESTONE SPRINGS FEMALE
REv. W. CURfIS, LL. D , PRINIPAL.
THE REGULAR ENSUING
SESSION OF this SCHOOL will
commence on the fourth Wed%
nesday of this month, the 25:h
Terms for five months. payable in advance,
either in Specie or itv equivalent in currency:
Board, including lights, washing and fuel..875 0
Tuition in EugUsli Had the Classics. ...... 25 W
Taition in Primary Department .............. 15 00
Lessons on the Piano or 6uitar............... 25 0
Use of Piano .................. ........................ 2-5.
Tuition in French or the Modern Languages,
Each Pupil must bring one- pair of sheet and
pillow cases. towel and drinkiug cup.
July 25, 1866.
AGENTS WANrED FOR THE LIFE AND
GENERAL (STUN-.WALL) JACKSON.
By Prof. R L Dibney, D. D., of Va.
THE Standard Bio--raphy of the Immortal
Hero. The only edition authorized hv his
widow. The author a personal friend and
Chief of Staff of the Christian Soldier. We
want an agent in every county. Send for
circulars and see our terms. Address
NxT[JNAL PUBLISHING CO.,
July 18 214 Seventh St., Richmond,Va.
A. M. 'Wicker
ALTHOUGH BURNED OUT HAS ARISEN
F.,01 M HE ASHES!1
Will open next week back of the brick
store formerly oocupied by Dr. Gouin. And
respectfully begs ot his old friends their
former patronage. His varied stock will cong
sist of every thing in his line as beforg the
fire. Viz: Sugar, Coffee, reat, Soda. Adab
mantine Cau' les, Mackerel. Herrings, Sar
dines, Oysters in canis, Cheese, Crackers
and assorted B-cuits sweet and phiin-mix
ed and spiced Pickles, and Mac:ironi Nuts
of all kinds and :a good assort ment of Candy.
Also Citron Currants, igaismrs, Almonds,
Figs, Nu megs. Spice, Pepper Ginger.
Cloves, Mace, and l'ahle S:ilt and S:dt in
Sacks. Tobacco of. all k inis, Smoking and
Chewing Cigurs of every quality, Pi pes, and
Parlor Matenes A great stock of Dye Statff-,
Indigo, Madder, Log Wotd, CoapJeras, Fig
blue, Bla' k ig anid Shoe brushes, &c ,&
Toys of every style for rte Boys aind Girls
in endless variety Fruits of every kind ii
season, and almbost every thing usually kept
in a well regulated Groery Store. All the
above thinags will be sold cheap for cash.
July 18-tf'. -A. M. WICKER.
THE CENTRE OF ATTRACTION
FOR fHE LADIES IS NOW Ar
MRL.A SCH WARZ2%
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM,
Store formerly occupi d by Miss M. Hogan, and
A. kiarris, at the corner.
MRS. J. SCH WA RZ takes pleasure in an
nouncing to the Ladies of Newberry and vi
cinity, that she has purchased the stock of
Millinery, (Mr. A. Harris's,) from the Assig,
nees, and fit ting up the store in handsome
style, besides Largelv addiua, to stock, bo0th
in Millinery and Dry Goods, she is pre
pared to suit them in the most satisfac
tory mannaer, either as regards materi.:1,
character ot work anad jrices, and respect.
fully invites their attention.
A Fresh Supply of
-RIBBONS AND FLOWERS,
SU N-DO WNS
Illusion, Crape and Straw BONE IS, of all
colors and sizes.
Also, Bonnets Pressed. Cleaned and Alter,
edi with despatch.
DRY GOODS and FANCY GOODS
July 18 Lf
John A. Chapman,
Attorney at Law anid Solicitor in Equiity,
Will attend to all business entrusted to hi*
Care. Office at Bookstare.
Newberryc. , S C, July 25tf.
NOTICE Is hereby given that application
will be made at the next sess,ionm of the Leg.
islature, to ve4t in B. F. Lanidrum, all the
right, title and interest of Christian Breith~
aupt, dec'd, or of his heirs, in and to the
tract of lantd lying in Edlgetield District, on
waters of the Savannah River, and Horse
Creek, and bounded by lanas of Ke-siaE
Sweorngaree, A. C. turner and others,,la!ely
occupied by B artlett W. [fatcher, dec'ud, de~
vised to hinm by his father, John Hatcher,
dec'd. Said land having been escheatedi te
the State of South Carolina. July 18 3m.
All persons having demtands against the
estate of Frederick S. Boozer are requested
to hand them in to the subscriber, and all
Indebted immediately to make pay ment tc
the same. JAS. A. CROT WELL,
Ju1,, t. Adm'r.
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 good as
sortment which we have added to our
stock the. past week, aAd still receiving
almost every day.
We have dress goods, whife goods,
prints, hosiery, gloves, ribbons, belts,and
belt ribbons and buckles, notions, &c.,
&c., also pure Irish linen, bird eye dia
per, towels, table daTnask, &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.
I. shirting, bleached homespun,
Bacon, lard, sugar of various qualities
and prices, coffee, Liverpool salt, bar
soap, toilet and shaving sop, ennilles,
starch, pepper, soda, chewing tobaccn,
scarfiletti and Virgir ia Pride smoking
tobacco, besides many other necessary
articles not mentioned, all of which ke
propose to sell low for cash or barte-.
We feel very thankful to our friends,
and the public generlly, for the liberal
patronage so kindly extended to us here
tofore, and hope by strict ttention to
business &c., to merit acontinuance of
LOVELACE & WHEELER,
Main st., to Depot, under Herald office.
P. S. We will purchase for cnsh, or
barter for country produce. L & W.
THE best cotton made, all number
from No. 6 to 13. Just received and for
sale by R. STEWART.
A superior article fine Powder, just re
ceived and for sale by R. STEWART.
A very superior article Tndigo, just re
cived and for sale by R. STEWART.
July 4 4
Notice to Trespassers.
I forewarn all persons, white or black,
day or night,from Hunting or Fishing on my
Plantation. W. B. McKELLER.
WILLIAM R. SPEARMAN,
Attorney at Law-Law Range, New
berry, G. H., S. G.
Offers his services to the citizens of this
and adjoining districts. June 27
W. A. Elmore,
Manufacturer of Saddles. Bridles, Ofarness,
&c., &c., &c., Four miles South of New
betry C. H. Repairing done with neat
ness and dispatch. May 23 3mno.
DRs. RUFF & POP,
HAVING formedl a Partnership for the
praectice of Mt dicine and Surgery, respectfully
tend' r their services to the cit.zens of~ the
Town and Dktrict of Newherry
rhey can he founIlduring the day at their
officee over Maj L J J .nes' Latw. Office.
Dr. Rufif can be found at night at his
Dr. Pope can be found at night at the
residence of Mrs Helen O'Nea'l
New ber ry C I., S. C., July 25,1866 2m
THlE undersigned respectfu'ly announces
to the citizerss or Newberry, anid surrounding
country, that hie is flow fully prepared to fill
all orders for Sash,. Doot s, Blinids, Window
and Door Frames, Moulding and Cornice.
I'ining, Tongue and Grooving, and all kinds
or S'!roll Work, etc , on the shlorte%t notice.
Termn' Cash W. A. CLINE.
Julb 25. 1866.
Corn, Eice, Potatoes, &c.*
2,000 lbs Rangoon rice,
tc's Carolin-i Rice,
50 bbls Super Flour.
20 " Irish potatoes $4 pr bbl.
2 crates Crockery (assorted.)
7,000 bus. wht..provision Corn in store in
lots to suit purchasers. Orders promptly
filled. BROWN & SCH[RMER
Main St., Volger's New Store.
BY virtue or a writ of Fieri Facias, to me di
reced, I will efier for bale, before the Ccuit
Hiou.se door in the lown of Newt erry within
the legal hours of sale. tract ot la.nd containing
four hundred acres, mi re or less'. bounded by
an'ds of W. E. Hiardy lirs INance, J. B. 6 enn,
J C. Groes, Mrs. Heldierson, Dr. Holmesan
othere, levied on uvd solo as the property
of Geo. Ashford at the i.uit of P. W. Chick vs.
Geo Ashford. Terms ofsale, ('ash.
Wmn. W. HOUSEAL, S. W. D.
lSheriff's Office July 16, 868.
Y. J. POPE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW&M 'GISTRATE,
Offars his Professional services to the Citizeuis
of .ewberry ajd aojouiig Dibtricts. Offie
on Law Eauge. July 25 2t.
Deceased Soldiers of South Carolina.
CoLMBmA S. C.
With the partial resumption of mail facil,
ities, I aga~in, under appointmenlt of the
Legislature, request the nimes of all who
died in service, of disea-e. from acc dent or
wounds, or who fell in hattle. Give the
name In full-District-Rank-Comfpanly
Regiment and arm of service-Date and
cause of death-where he died anid age.
The Record cannot be completed without
the assistance or all who take an interest in
tis memnorial. Especially to our returned
soldiers do I now make this arpes'. If it
be but a single name you c;an furnish, send
it to-me at one'. W M. J. RIVERS,
July 18-3t. State Agent for Recording,&c,
MRS, H, S, CRAYSON,
NO. 75 BROAD STREET,
Second door West of Guard House.
July 29, 1868. tf.
Now Furniture Store,
OPPOSITE THE MARBLE YARD.
We expect to keep constantly on hand, acom
plete assortment of the following articles, vi:
Chamber Setts,-Different Styles.
Bureaus, Wash Stands,
Rocking Chairs,-From common to finest,
Toilet, Saloon,Folding&Extension Tables,
Bed-stead, Trundles, Cribs, Cradles.
A good variety ofCne, and Wooden-seat Chairs,
and Children's Roakerp, Dining and Nursery
Chafrs, alFo Merchant's S ools.
We will also keep Wai and Window
Shades, and furnish Lokng-lass Plates for
H aving had several years' eiperience In this
bu-iness, we feel donfident that we can sell as
cheep 9e any houae in the . State, and hope that
all our old friends will call and eammine our
July 251m JOHN R. LE&VELV & CO.
WHEN YOU VISIT COLUMBIA,
TO LOOK IN AT
E. E. JACKSON'S
WHERE CAN BE FOUND
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
Kerosene Lautps, &c.
June 25 5t
VISITORS TO COLUMBIA,
Will find it to their interest to call at
C. F. JACKSON
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOCIDS,
and all other articles in thi.s line,
Besides CLOTHING, HATS, es.4d a large
variety of other GOODS can af.. all times be
found there. Prices cheap.
.May 22 2mno.
JACOB SULZBACITEB & CO.,
Wholesale and Retai'1 Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, 'UMBRELLAS,
L ADIES' & GENTS' FU RNISHING GOODS,
MILINERY GCOD'3, HOOP SKIRTS,
Assembly Street, betw'den Plain & Washington,
COLUYLBIA, 8. C.
Now is thelTime to Buy
GHEAP GOODS., AS I WILL CLOSE OUT
The Following; Articles at a Sacrifice !!!
10 Pieces colPd A.lpaca 60c per yard, rordi P.00
25" PoPis, 85o " 0
.5 " Prinfed worsted,27 " " 40
15 " Barnige, 35 " " 60
10 ** do 50 " " . 75
25 " Pr inted Muslinls, 80 " " 50
20 " Debage, 45 " " 75
50 flatllas, ,''0 each " 7,00'
50 do 6,90 " " 10,00
24 Suwmer Sha*ls 450 " " 9,00
24 do do 4,00 " " 8,00 .
51 Pair-SleeveSett,. 1,25 per stt' " 2,50'
50 " " 1,50 " " 8,00
500 P'ieces Lawn Hdkfa 15 each " 60
30 J?'r olPd Kid Gloves, 1,00 per pair " 2,00
170 Ladies pspdt collars, 8 pieces for 5c6nts.
And a great resny other articlea ndi6tuiUoned
here, a t proportionate ries, E'ome and see for
2d doWr ftmthe c~orner in the Newherry
Hotel Bulding. July 26,1866.
GREAT THROUGH ROU''E NORTH!
IA RICH3IOND AN(D DANVILLB RAILROAD,
PROM-GR ENsBORO., I C , VIA DANVILLB
AND RICHMOND, VA., TO WASEINGTON,
BALTIMORE, PBILADELPHIA AND hEW
The traveling public are inf'ormed that
this line is now fuly open. hy the comple
tion of ths -Charlotte and South Carolina
Railroad between Coiumbia. and Charlotte.
Through tfidkets can be pu-chased at the
tieket office of the Ghar'otte anid South
Carolina Railroad. at Cuslarhia,
Sup't Siehmond and'Danville Railroad.
CORNER MEETING & H ASEL-STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Rates of Board Per Day, $3.00.
H. L. BUiTTEBEFI EL.D
March '66. ProprIetor.
Dentistr y Free of Chargie.
T. T. Moore, will fil1 back teeth with Tin Foil,
free or charge, and Front Teeth with Gold for
fif y cents, each. and extract teeth for Alfty cet,
for all who desire his Srvices,a