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At Public Sale.
ON TUESDAY, the 21st inst., at the Store
of A. Harris, Main St., at 11 o'clock, the
following property, viz:
One Vacant Lot, on Burnt District, Main
One Cow and Calf,
One 4 Horse Wagon,
One Iron Safe, and sundry other articles,
The unexpired Lease of the O'Neall's Mills
about 2 miles from the Court House ,together
with lot of sawed lumber.
JOS. T. MOORE,
August 1, 1866. Assignee.
Notice tO the Public.
The subscribers are now prepared to do all
kinds of repairing in the SHOE LINE, iu the
neatest and most expeditious style.
1ug 1 3t I. M. SUBER & CO.
During my absence from home on Saturday
night last a dastardly attempt was made to
burn my dwelling. I take this method of
returning my hearty thanks to the kind
friends who came to the assistance of my
family and helped to extinguish the flames.
August 1, St. W- H. WEBB.
SUBSCRIBERS to this enterprise, and all
who desire still to enter into it, will meet the
undersigned agents at Newberry Court
House, on Monday 6th, August next, pre
pared with the amount of their subscriptions
-This is intended to be the final call.
August 1. SILAS JOHFSTONE.
Important to the Ladies?
N. R.. E. MAYER'S
FOR WASHING "MADE EASY.'
WASHING ! WASHING ! WASHING !
Accomplished without Boiling or Rubbing.
A Soap for Washing Clothes, the coarsest as
-well as the finest and most delicate fabrics, with
-out Boiling or Rubbing ; saving in the process,
half the time, one thifd the Soap,
AND ALL THE FUEL.
The Best Soap ever Invented for Washing Pur
1. Best, because there is no fuel used.
2 Best, because it dispenses with the ordinary
labor upon the wash ioard. 3. Best, because "a
day's [ordinary) washing' can be done in one
half the time. 4. Best,because it takes but one
-third the Soap. 5. Best., because the dirtiest or
-coarsest garments or fabries can be cleaned tho
roughly.mn less than ten minutes. 6. Best, be
-cause the finest fabrics can b'e washed without a
change of water, and bleached at the same time.
'i.Best, because the ordinary blueing is don.e
away with. 8. Best, because no Machinery is
used. 9. Best, because it contains nothing what
ever to injure the most delicate fabrics. 10.
Best, because it is cheaper and superior to any
preparation now in use for cleaning Silver. 11.
'Best, -because it is superior to ev"ery article in use
for cleaning cut or any other Glass ware, cold
water. being used there is no risk of breakage.
12. 'Best, because it is second to none for Toil?et
'use, only wanting to be tried for proof. 13.
Best, because as a band soap for Mechanics,
Iron workers and Printers, it has no equal. 14.
Best, because Paint. Printer's'Ink, Coach greasee
Dirt or grease of any kind, can be removed with
-out the slightest injury to prints or any color,
15. And Best, because the mest delicate lady can
accomplish a family washing in an incredibly
short space of' time, c]eaner and whiter than can
bdone by the ordinary means of boiling and
1o Saleby LOVELACE &~ WHEELER.
aug1 31 tf
HAYE YIUPR GINS
REPAIRED A T HOME.
THlE farmers of Newberry and adjoining
Districts can have their Gins repaired at
home, by writing to J. M. Matthews at
Newberry C. H., who, having long been mi
Griswolds employment, and having much
experieuce in fixing up and starting Giins,
flatters himself that he can give entire
satisfaction. Those wanting Gins repaired,
especially Georgia Gins, and any one wanting
to buy Gins, would do well to let him bear
from them soon. All letters received, promply
August 1, 1866 ..
THE NEW SALOON,
AT THE OLD STAND,
Where everything usually found in such an
establishment can be procured, such as
" White Lyons", &c.
Also Iced Lemonades, and Cool Drinks
SMITH & CHRISTIAN.
2,000 A YEAR MADE BY ANY
one with ,ol5-Stencil Tools. No experience
necessary, The Presidents, Cashiers and
Treasurers of 3 Banks indorse the circular.
Sent free with samples. Address the Ame
rican Stencil Tool Works, Springfield, Ver
mont. Aug 1 3mo.
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
lEquity-Newberry District. John A. Hender
son v Sally Henderson and others-Bill for
It appears to my satisfaction that Joseph W.
Caldwe]l and Martha E. his wife resides beyond
the limits of this State, on motion of Mr. Fair
It is ordered that the said absent defendants
do plead, answer or demur to the bill filed in the
above stated case, within three month's from the
date hereof, or the same will be taken pro con
fesso against them.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. m. iN. D.
Comns. ofBee, July 25th 1866.
Ang. 1 de3mers12.tfidnctuet
ALL persons indepted.to the Estate of John
Tedyafter Sale day in September next, in
order to sdopt some plan by which the estate
may be settled up. Persons holding demands
will please frihm ihacp ftesm
.on or bfr htdy
*'Aug. 1 4t. MARY GALLOWAY, Adm'x.
WANTED TO PURCHASE,
ONE or Two Hundred Bushels Cow Peas,
for which the highest price will be paid in
"ash. Call on R . STEWART.
Tuly lQ 2
KEROSINE AND GAS STOVES.
TEA .A'D CoFFEe BoIrrs, GLUE PoTs, OIL
CA's. &C., &C.
cfP' All the Cooking fqr a
Cg family may be doue with 3
iV- Kerosine Oil, or Gas, E
Cff- with less trouble, and ffZ
J9 at less expense, than by 3
Q any other fuel. 1
Each article manufactured by this Company is
guaranteed to perform all that is claimed for it.
['7 Send for Circular. &
Liberal Discount to the Trade.
KEROSINE LAMP HEATER CO.,
Aug 1 tf 206 Pearl Street, N. Y.
NEW WOOL CARDS,
We have in operation at our Mills, nine
miles west of Laurens C. H.,a new and com
plete set of Wool Cards, with which we are
carding wool, including the finest Merino,
with complete success. We have engaged
the services of Mr. D, Buckley, of New Jer
sey, who as a scientific carder, has no supes
rior, he having had thirty years' experience
in the Northern States. When oil is furs
nished, say one pint or one pound of lard for
each eight pounds of wool, we charge in spe,
cie or its equivalent, for white wool, 10-,
colored, 11k, mixed, 12; and mixed with
cotton, 13j cents per pound.
Patronage solicited, and satisfaction guar'
anteed. We will receive and deliver back
every ten days, beginning 10th August,with
out extra charge, all wool that may be
shipped to us at Newberry C. H., to care
R. R. Agent.
Wool left with Carwile & McCaughrin,
will also be taken and returned every ten
days, free of charge.
R. S. & J. W. GOODGION.
Reference-Carwile & McCaughrin, Dr.
Specimen of Rolls may be seen at C.&McC.
Aug 1 4
A PLAN TO RESTORE THE MAIL SERVICE
OF THE SOUTIL
To the people of Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mis
sissippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Arkansas,
Missouri, Florida and Texas.
Having recently returned from the South, I
am well aware of the great inconvenenc les to
which the Southern people are subjected on ac
count of the lack ofmafl facilities. This is, to a
very great extent, owing to the oath which con
tractors are required to comply with,there being
but few men at the South who can take it. Hav
ing conferred with the proper authorities, (and
obtained their approval,) I find that this difficul
ty can be obviated and the mails established
upon every route at the . outh, and at the highest
rates ad.missible for the people of either the \ orth
or South. Being a National Union man. (late
of North Carolina), by which I mean one that is
alike opposed to the heresies of the Extremists
North and South, I can take this oath and thus
form the connecting link between the Southern
people and the United States Government.
Th is I propose to do and establish mails on every
route at the South now destitute of them as
Any person who is desirous of becoming a
contractor will addres's me at once, stating the
route or routes for which he wishes to become
contractor, (stating The extreme points to be
conn ected, which, of course, should be on some
route heretofore established.) I will then con
tract for such route or routes in my own name,
and let the parties have them at a diEcount of 2i
per cent, on the annual amount for carrying. the
mails on said route or routes which will be about
25 cents per mile for a weekly, 50 cents for semi
weekly, and 85 cents for a tni-weekly mail-pay
ment to be at the close of the quarter. This
arrangement will secure the route to the sub con
tractor subst antially the same as if it were his
own contract, and frequently at a better price
than could be obtained in the usual way where
there is so muich competition.
Persons confiding to my care m.ay rely upon
fair dealing. All accepted bids will be entered
upon the books of the Post Office .Department,
where they will be open for inspection.
Persons when making application should send
a guaranty signed by at least two guarantors.*
The guaranty should be certified to by a post
master or a judge of a court of record.t Apphi
cants can, if they desire, obtain blank forms,
printed by the Government by addressing either
the undersigeed or the 2d Assistant Postmaster
General, Gieo. w. Mcclellan, who will take
pleasure in giving all the information that may
The proposal, [a form of which it is not neces
sary to give here,] will be Ailled by the under
All communications relative to the foregoing
should be addressed to
Box 1000, Washington, D). C.
References, [by permission O-G. W. Samson,
D. D., L. L.'D., President Columbia College;
Hon. Chas. Mason, President National Demo
cratic Executive Committee.
August 1, 1866
ALL persons indebted to W. & J. Snlz
bacher, M.Foot or myself, will find their notes
and. accounts in my hands for collection or
settlement. All who fail to settle in a few
days may expect to pay cost.. Those who
cannot settle by cash, must give new notes
July 25i, 3t. W. H. JONES.
On and after To-day,the Mill at Newberry
C. H., near the Depot, will be prepared t,S
grind Wheat, at usual toll (one eighth).
Will grind corn at all times or sell corn grist
or meal, at $2 per bushel, until further no
tice. M. M1LLEN.
July 18 3
A COTTON SCREW. BUILD)ER
WHO is also competent to direct the build
ing of a Gin-House, can get immediate em
ployment on furnishing proper recommen-~
CAMPBELL R. BRYCE,
July 18 3 Columbia, S. C.
ICE on hand at the "Tupper House,"ev ery
day. Also, the very finest brandy, whis,key,
gin, wines, punches, etc., etc. Mint j'aleps,
smashes, cock-tails, etc. And a sme.11 sup
ply of the delightful QQQ.
J. N. ROBSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 62 East
Bay, Charleston, So. Ca.
HAVING ample means for' advances, a
business experience of twenty years, and
confining himself strictly to a Commission
Business, without opera-ting on his own
account,he respectfully solIicits consignments
of cotton, flour, corn, &c.
July 18 3mo.
DR. J. C. CALDWELL.offers his profes
sional services to the citizens of the town
of Newberry and the vicinity. He can be
found at his residence when not profession,
alny engaedr .July 18
A good variety of Fresh and genuine
TURNIP SEED just received from David
Landreth & Son viz.
Landreths improved Purple Toped Yellow f
Large GLOBE, fr
'Early DUTCH (White Flat,)
White Flat Red TOPED.
Just received and for sale low by b
LOVELACE & WHEELER. ni
July 25 tf. C
KEROSENE OIL. t
I Barrel of splendid Kerosene Oil and
Lamps and Lamp Chimneys, just received
and for sale by -
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
July 25 tf.
The subscribers beg leave to inform their
friends and the public that they can at press
ent be found at the Jewelry Store of Mr. E.
S. Bailey, in front of the Hotel. They have ei
now in store a full assortment of Drugs, B
Medicines, Chemicals, Fancy Goods, etc., to T
which they invite the attention of purchasers. T
Fresh additions to their stock received every U
Prescriptions carefully filled day or night.
At night Dr. Pratt and Mr. P. G. McGregor
may be found at the Hotel. Pi
PRATT, JAMES & CO.
July 25 4t. -
Maifrasses Made &Repaired!!1
William Johnstone, (Freedman) most re
spectfully announces to the citizens of New, S
berry and surrounding country that he is si
prepared to make complete, new mattrasses, al
and repair old ones. He will warrant all
work to give entire satisfaction. He can
refer to a number of ladies and gentlemen. P
Please leave orders with Mr. Silas John, b
stone, Comn. in Equity, or at the H erald Of, &
fice. July25t. p
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE LIFE AND g
CAMPAIGNS OF b
GENERAL (STONEWALL) JACKSON. le
By Prof. R. L. Dabney, D. D., of Va. c
THE Standard Biography of the Itnmortal L~
Hero. The only edition authorized by 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 a
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., s<
July 18 214 Seventh St., Richmond,Va. s
.A. M. Wicker
ALTHOUGH BURNED OUT HAS ARISEl a
FROM THE ASHES ! P
Will open next week back of the brick al
store formerly oocupied by Dr. Gonin. And
respectfully begs of his old friends their P
former patronage. His varied stock will cons t
sist of every thing in his line a before the b
fire. Viz: Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Soda, Ada- tV
mantine Candles, Mackerel, Herrings, Sar
dines, Oysters in cans, Cheese, Crackers
and assorted Biscuits sweet and plain-mix
ed and spiced Pickles, and Macaroni. Nuts
of all kinds, and a good assortment of Candy. b
Also Citron, Currants, Raisins, Almonds,
Figs, Nutmegs, Spice, Pepper, Ginger,
Cloves, Mace, and Table Salt and Salt in
Sacks. Tobacco of all kinds, Smoking and
Chewing, Cigars of every quality, Pipes, and
Parlor Matches. A great stock of Dye Stuffs, d
Indigo, Madder, Log Wood, Copperas, Fig F
blue, Blacking and Shoe brushes, &c., &c.
.Toys of every style for the Boys and Girls
in endless variety. Fruits of every kind in
season, and almost every thing usually kept
in a well regulated Grocery Store. All the
above things will be sold cheap for cash.
July 18-tf. A. M. WICKER.c
THE CENTRE OF ATTRACTION
FOR THE LADIES IS NOW AT
DRY GOODS EMPORIUM,
Store formerly occupied. by Miss M. Hogan, and
A. Harris, at the corner.T
MRS. J. SCHWA'LZ takes pleasure in an
nouncing to the Ladies of Newberry and vi- 01
einity, that she, has purchased the stock of
Millinery, (Mr. A. Harris's,) from the Assig-. re
nees, and fitting up the store in handsome
style, bes3id.es largely adding to stock, both re
in Millinery and Dry Goods, she is pre
pared to sulit them in the most satisfac
tory na.nner, either as regards material,
charaecter of work and prices, and respect
fully invites their attention.
A Fresh Supply of
RIBBONS AND FLOWERS,
Illusion, Crape and Straw BONNE TS, of all
colors and sims.
Also, Bonnets Pressed, C4eaned and Alter, re
ed with despatch. . H
DRY GOODS and FANCY GOODS. th
July 18 tf f
John A. Chapmnan, ot
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity, G
Will attend to all business entrusted to his
care. Office at Bookstore. .
Newberry C. H., S. C, July 25 tf.
NOTICE is hereby given that application A
will be made at the next session of the Lega
islature, to vest in B. F. Landrum, all the ol
right, title and interest of Christian Breiths on
aupt, dec'd, or of his heirs, in and to the -
tract of land lying in Edgefield District, on
waters of the Savannah River, and Horse
Creek, and bounded by lands of Kessiahi
Sweorngaree, A. C. Turner and others,lately es
occupied by Bartlett W. Hatcher, dec'd, deM to
vised to him by his father, John Hatcher, in
dec'd. Said land having been escheatedi to th
thn W toaf Santh Crona. .Tuly 18 3m.
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
ll stock. 1. M. SUBER & CO.
N. B.-The abo've goods we warrant free
om pasteboard and all such trash.
July 18 tf.
he Newberry District Bible Society,
WILL hold their annual meeting in New,
arry on Saturday the 4th day of August'
ext, at 10 o'clock A. M., in one of the
hurches in town. Notice of the time and
ace will be given by the ringing of the bell.
All the members, and persons interested in
ie distribution and circulation of the Bible
e earnestly. invited to attend.
Chairman of Executive Committee.
July 25, 1866.
LIMESTONE SPRINGS FEMALE
Rv. W. CURTIS, LL. D., PRINcIPAL.
THE REGULAR ENSUING
SESSION OF this SCHOOL will
commence on the fourth Wed.,
nesday of this month, the 25th
Terms for five months, payable in advance,
the" in Specie or its equivalent in currency:
oard, including lights, washing and fuel..$75.00
uition in English and the Classics......... 25.00
aition in Primary Department................... 15.00
essons on the Piano or Guitar.................. 25.00
se of Piano ............................................. 2.50
uition in French or the Modern Languages,
each.. ..................... .... 20.00
Each Pupil must bring one pair of sheet and
l]x,v cases, towel and drinking cup.
July 25, 1866. 6t.
NOT GONE UP,
But we have gone down town, where
-e have the remnant of onr stock, saved
-om the recent fire, and- also a good as
>rtment which we have added to our
,ock the past week, and still receiving
most every day.
We have dress goods, white goods,
rints, hosiery, gloves, ribbons, belts,and
elt ribbons and buckles, notions, &c.,
c., also pure Irish linen, bird eye dia
er, towels, table damask, &c., and for
ents wear broad cloth, casimers, hats,
oots, shoes, .&c., pocket and table. cut
ry; spoons, blacking, lamps, cotton
trds, cotton yarn, Batesville shirting,J.
shirting, bleached homespun.
Bacon, lard, sugar of various -qualities
rid prices, coffee, Liverpool salt, bar
>ap, toilet and shaving soap, candles,
;arch, pepper, soda, chewing tobacco,
~arfiletti and Virginia Pride smoking
bacco, besides many other necessary
ticles not mentioned, all of which we
ropose to sell low for cash or harter.
We feel very thankful to our friends,
rd the public generally, for the liberal
atronage so kindly extended to us here
>fore, and hope by strict attention to
usiness &c., to merit acontinuance of
LOVELACE & WHEELER,
rain st., to Depot, under Herald office.
P. S. We will purchase for cash, or
arter for country produce. L. & W.
Notice to Trespassers.
I forewarn all persons, white or black,
ay or night,from Hunting or Fishing on my
'lantation. W. B. McKELLER.
WILLIAM R. SPEARMAN,.
Attorney at Law-Law Range, New
herry, G. H., S. C.
ifers his services to the citizens of this
rid adjoining districts. -June 27
W. A. Elmore,
Nianufacturer of Saddles, Bridles, Harness,
c., &c., &c., Four miles Soufh of New
eIry C. H. Repairing done with' neat
ess and dispatch. May 23 3mo.
DRs. RU.FF & POPE,
HAYING formed a Partnership for the
c~actice of Medicine and Surgery, respectfully
nder their services to the citizens of the
own and District of Newberry.
They can be found during the day at their
flce over Maj. L. J. Jones' Law Office.
Dr. Ruff can be found at night at his
Dr. Pope can be found at night at the
sidence of Mrs. Helen O'Neall.
Newberry C. H., S, C., July 25,1866 2m
Corn,. Eice, Potatoes, &c.
2,000 lbs Rangoon rice,
to's Carolina Rice,
50 bbls Super Flour.
20 "C Irish potatoes $4 pr bbl.
2 crates Crockery (assorted.)
7,000 bus. wht. provision Corn in store in
ts to suit purchasers. Orders promptly
led. BROWN & SCHIRMER,
-Main St., Volger's New Store.
BY virtue of a writ ofFieri Facias, to me di
eted, I will oil'er for sale, before the Court
ouse door in the Town of Newberry within
e.legal hours of sale, tract of land containing
uir hundred acres, more or less, bounded by
nids of W. E. Hardy, Mrs. Nance, J. B. Glenn
C.' Gross, Mrs. Henderson, Dr. Holmes and
hers, levied on and sold as the property
Geo. Ashford at the suit of P. W. Chick vs.
so Ashford. Terms of sale, Cash.
.Win. W. HOUSEAL, 5. !?. D.
Sherif's Office July 16, 1866.
Y. J. POPE,
TTORNEY AT LAW&MAGISTRATE,
Dffers his Professional services to the Citiaens
ewherry and adjoining Districts. Offiee
.Law Range. July 25 2t,
All persons having demands against the
tate of Frederick S. Boozer are requested
hand them in to the subscriber, and all
debted immediately to make payment to
e same. JA S. A. CROTWELL,
July 18-3t, Adm'r.
New Furniture Store
OPPOSITE THE MARBLE YARD.
We expect to keep constantly on hand, acom
plete assortment of the following articles, viz:
Sofas, Tete-a-tetes, Divans,
Chamber Setts,-Different Styles.
Bureaus, Wash Stands,l
Rocking Chairs,-From common to finest,
Toilet, Saloon,Folding&Extension Tables,
Bed-steads, Trundles, Cribs, Cradles.
A good variety ofCane,and Wooden-teatChairs,
and Children's Rockers, Dining and Nursery
Chairs, also Merchant's St ools.
We will also-keep Wall Papering and Window
Shades, and furnish Looking-Glass Plates for
Having had several years' experience in this
business, we feel confident that. we can sell as
cheap as any house in the State, and hope that
all our old friends will call and examine our
July 251m JOHN R. LEAVELL & CO.
WHEN YOU VISIT COLUMBIA,
TO LOOK IN AT
WHERE CAN BE FOUNI)
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
- Fancy Articles,
Kerosene Lamps, &e.
June 25 5t
VISITORS TO. COLUMBIA,
Will find it to their interest to call as
C9 .F. JACKSON
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
and -all other articles in this line,
Besides CLOTHING, HATS, and a large
variety of other GOODS can at all times be
found there. Prices cheap.
May 22 2mo.
JACOB SULZBACHER 8t O,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers i
BOOTS, SHOES, UMBRELLAS,
LADIES' & GENTS'FURNISHINGGOODS,
MILINERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
Assembly Street, between Plain &n Washington
-COLUMBIA; S. C.
Now is the Time to Buy
GHEAP GOODS, AS I WILL.CLOSE OUT
The Following Articles at a Sacrifice!I
10 PIeces coFTd Alpaca 60c per yard, 1rorth tL(
25 " Foplins, 85o " ' 60
25" Printed worsted, 27 " " 40
15 " Barege,, 25" " 6
10 " do 50 " " 75
25 " l'rintedEaslins, 30 " " 56
20 " Debage, 45' 75
50 Mantillas, 88,00 eadb " 7.00
50 do 6,00 " " 10,0()
24 SummerShawls 4,50 " " 9,0()
24 do do 4,00 " 2 -,00 .
50 Pair Sleeve Setts, i,25 per sett ' 2,50
50 " " 1,50 "C " 3,00
500 Pieces Lawn Fdkfr 15 each "30
300 Pr coP'd Kidl Gloves, 1,00 per pair " 200
1000 Ladies paper collars, 3 piece for & centir
Afld a great many other articles tmentioned
her'e, at pifoportionate rces. Come and see for
2d door from the corner in .the Newberry
Hotel Building. July 25,1866
Deceased Soldiers of South Carolina.
CoLUMBnA S. C.
With the partial resumption of mail faeil
ities, I again, under appointment of the
Legislature, request the names of all who
died in service, of disease, from accident or
wounds, or who fell, in battle. Give the
name in full-Dis'trict--Rank-Company
Regiment and arm of service-Date and
cause of death-where he died and age.
The Record cannot be completed without
the assistance of all.who take an interest in
this memorial. Especial.ly to our returned
soldiers do I niow make this appeal. If 'it
be but a 'single name you can furnishi, send
it to me at once. WM. J. RIVERS,
July 18-3t. State Agent for Recording,&c,
Dentistry Free of Charge.
.T. T. Moore, willfllback ieeth with Tin Foll,
free of charge, and Front. Teeth with Gold for
ffy cents, each, and extract teeth for fifty cents,
for all who desire his services, at
July 25 2t. DE. McKELLER'S Office.
THE undersigned respectfnlly announces
to the citizens of ]Newberry, and surrounding
country, that he is now fully prepared to fill
all orders for Sash, Doors, Blinds, Windoiv
and Door Frames, Moulding and Cornice.
Plaining, Tongue and Grooving, and all kinds
of Scroll Work, etc., on the shortest notice.
Terms Cash. W. A. CLINF'e