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MEisRs EDITORS-Please announce Mr.
JACOB KIBLER as a candidate for the of"
flee of.Tax Collector, for the ensuing term,
as in every respect qualified and worthy of
the office, and oblige OLD TIMES,
MESSRS. EDIToRs.-You will please an,
nounce THOMAS H. CROMER as a candi
date for Tax Collector Newberry District, at
the next electio&. MOLLO HON,
MESSRS. EDITORS: Please announce DR.
CHARLTON H. SONDLEY, as candidate
for Tax'Collector, of Newberry District, at
the next election, and oblige
MESSRS. EDITORS:-You will please an
nounce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate for
Sheriff of Newberrv District, and oblige
April 4, 14. MANY FRIENDS.
The friends of Capt. THOS. M. PAYSIN
CER respectfully nominate him as a suitable
andidate for Sheriff of Newberrv District.
essrs. Editors-By nominating Mr.
iel 13. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax
ector of Newberry District, you will
ige his many
July 4 WARM FRIENDS.
MESSRS EDITORS : You will please an
ounce J. D. SMITH, as candidate for the
ffice of Tax Collector, Newberry district
d oblige MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 1S66.
MESSRS. EDITORS :-You will obiige the
friends of MR. W. J. LAKE, by nominat
ing him as a candidate for Sheriff of New
Apr 11, 14. NEWBERRY.
I will be absent from the State, on a visit
to Mississippi, for about four weeks, and
during my absence, Gen. H. H. 'Kina-:d is
my duly authorized agent to attend to any
matters of business. R. B. HOLMAN.
Sept 26 39 3t
We propose selling,
FOR TWO WEEKS AT COST,
Our entire stock of
LOOTS AND SHOES.
Pe.rsons wishing bargains in this line will
do well to call soon.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
sept 26 39 tf
COTTON PICKER FOR SALE.
Gan be had by applying at this office.
The lucky Cotton Planter who succeeds in
getting this machine will certainly prove a
fortunate tuan. It will do the work of three
han ds. A pply soon.
The subscriber has received, direct from
England, and also from the Northern
manufacturess, a full supply of
F1NE GUNS, PISTOLS, and
Made principally for his own sales; which
he offers to Merchants at LOW PRICES,
FOR CASH or CITY ACCFPTANCES.
Planters' and Farmers' orders filled with
goods of the best quality, at low prices as
~52 East Bay, South of the old Post Office
sept 26 em CHARLESTON. S. C.
Notice to Disabled Soldiers.
In accordance with a resolution adopied
by the Legislature, at the Extra Session,
recently adjourned, I am required by his
Excellency, the Governor, to furnish him
with a list of the names of all citizens in
Newberry District, who were permanently
isabled, in the State or Conifederate Ser
Nice during the late war, and as I am re
quired to furnish this list without delay, all
versons included in the above class will
please give their names, with the nature
of their wounds to S. P. Kinard at New
brry C. H., or to me at Frog Level, b ythe
1th October next.
* JACOB B. FELLERS,
Sept. 25 39 2t. T. C. N. D.
WELLS, CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUM'BIA, S. C..
Brick Warehause on GERVAIS STREET,
opposite South Carolina Rail Road Depot.
WVill receive on Storage, Fo:ward or Sell,
otton and other Country Produce.
Liberal Advances made on shipments of
cotton to their friend's in Charleston or New
York. sept 261im
An earnest appeal is made to those in
debted, either by note or account, to the
late firm of E. S. Bailey & Co., to come for
ward and pay the same in whole or in part
AT ONcE. A Northern creditor has sued
this firm for a large amount in the United
States Court to be held in October. Hence
the absolute necessity of calling upon their
debtors. The notes and accounts are in my
hands for collection. Y. J. POPE,
sept 26, 39 4t Office in Law Range.
All persons having de.nands agaizist the
estte of Ben. Dugan, deceases, are re
quested to hand them in legally attested,
on or before the first of November. And
all persons indebted to said estate will come
forward and settle immediatelv.
JOHN H. RENWICK, Adrnr.
sept 39 St
W. F NANUE, A1iENT,
Solicits consignments of Cotton and other
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS & COMMISSIO. MERCHANTS,
CHARLFSTON, S. C.
He is prepared to order all kinds Planta
tion supplies, against crops, including Gua
no, on liberal terms. Bagging and Rope
furnished to Planters at low prices.
Office for the present in the back room of
Grierson's Drug Store, Newberry, S. C.
sopt 26 39 tf
Lumber ! Lumber
STEAM SAW MILL
The subscribers are prepared to furnish
any kind and quantity of Pine Lumber at
the shortest notice. This Mill is situated
near Ruff's mountain, within seven miles of
Pomaria (G. & C. R. R.) and on one of the
most heavily timbered tracts of land in the
country. Lumber will be delivered to or
der at Pomaria, (Holloway's) or Cannon's,
Iwo miles east of Pomaria, or any other
point desired, at a reasonable charge for
hauling. FOLKS, HIPP & CO.
sept 26, 1866, 1m
Is Published Monthly, at TEN CENTS A
- YEAR, always in Advance.
No Subscription received for less than Ten
Copies, nor for less time than One Year.
The Postage is 12 cents a year on a package of
ten copies, payable quarterly or yearly in ad
vance, at the place where received; and in pros
portion for heavier packages, at the rate of 1 ct.
for not exceeding 4 ounces, and 1 cent for each
additional 4 ounces or fraction thereof. We
have this on the authority of the First Assistant
Post Master General.
Money may be sent by mail at our risk,
Each package will be marked with the number
at which the subscription expires. For three
numbers prior to the expiration, a cross will be
added to the number; and at the expiration, the
subscription will be stricken off, unless renewed.
We desire copies of all Minutes of Associations
Sunday School Reports and Periodicals of the
South, for filing. Editors and Brethren will
oblige by mailing them to us.
All printed matter should b: addressed to
"KIND WORDS, Greenville, S.C..'
All communications, orders, subscriptions and
remittances, to Rev. C. C. BITING,
Corresponding Secretary, Greenville, S. C.
Notice to Debtors.
The undersigned will accept fair compro,
mise from all persons indebted to them, on
account of their partnersh2ip, who will
come forward and settle at an early day.
CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN.
Sept 1938 3
I will sell on the 1st Monday in November
next, in the town of Newberry, at public
auction, the following property, belonging
to the estate of Mrs. Abigail Caldwell, de
One House and Lot, 7 or 8 acres, oppo
site Nathan Hunter's residence.
One Lot, 1 acre, opposite Baptist church.
One Lot, 5 or six acres, situatced on rail
road, and fronting on Bauknight's Ferry
Also, all the Household and Kitchen Fur
niture of said estate.
Terms of sale cash.
sept 197t J. C. CALDWELL, Ex'r.
All persons having demands against the
estate of Henry Dominick, dec'd, are res
quested to hand them in to me immediately,
properly attested, and those indebted to the
estate will please call and make some satis,
factory arrangements about their indebtcd
ness before return day, or they will he sued.
I am not disposed to sue if parties will come
forward and do the best they can under the
circumstances. F. H. LiOMINICE,
Sept. 19 38 tf'. Ador.
103) vds. Vulcanized Rubber Belting, assorted
sizes, fr'om 21 to 6 inches.
Dressed Russia Gin Bristles, at a small advance
on cost, at S. P. BOOZER & C3O.
Belting of any width furnished at short notice.
September 12 3
GROYESTEEN & Co.,
PIANO FORTE MANUFA CTURERS,
449 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
These PIANOS received the Highest Award
of Merit, at the World's Fair. over the best ma
kers from London, Paris, Germany, the cities of
New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Boston ;
also, the Gold Medal at the American Institute,
for Five Successive Years !Our Piano- contain
the French Grand Action, Harp Pedal, Over
strung Bass. Full Tron Frame, and all Modern
Improvements. Every Instrument warranted
FIVE years Made under the supervision of Mr.
J. H. GROVESTEEN, who has a practical expe'.
rience of over thirty-five years, and is the maker
of over eleven thousand piano fortes. Our facil
ities for manufacturing enable us to sell these in
sVjments from $100 to $200 cheaper than any
fiit class piano forte. aug 15 ly
KEROSINE AND GAS STOVES,
TEA AGD COPFEE BOILERs, GLUE PoTs, 01t
I CAss. &c., & c.
All the Cooking for a 3
Sfamily may be doue with 3
SKerosine Oil, or Gas, 3
Swith less trouble, and 3
Sat less expense, than by 2
Sany other fuel.
Each article manufactured by this Company is
guaranteed to perform all that is claimed for it.
Er Send for Circular. 40
Liberal Discount to the Trade.
KEROSINE LAMP HEATER CO.,
Aug 1 tf 206 Pearl Street, N. Y.
MRS. H. S. GRAYSON~
NO. 75 BROAD STREE1,
Second door West of Guard House.
Juy2,CHARLESON, S. C. tt
Fall and Witer goods.
English and American Prints,
Balinorals, Corsets, Belt Ribbons,
Opera Flannels, Cotton Flannels,
Bleached and Brown Sheeting and Shirt
Pillow Case Cottons, Blankets, &c.
Just received by
CARWILE & M'CAUGHRIN,
sept 19 33 3t Agents.
LOT FOR SALE.
I will sell that small vacant lot on Pratt
street, fronting 18 feet,and running back 42
feet, this lot lies next to the Hurd corner
and was occupied by Capt. Wm. Boyce at
the time of the fire.
B. H. LOVELACE.
Sept. 19 3S tf.
A fresh lot of splendid English Blue Stone,
just received and for sale by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Sept. 19 38 tf.
We are just receiving a splendid lot of
Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Mackerel, Candles, Bar
Soap, Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Perfumery,
Toys, &c., and all for sale low by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Sept. 19 38 tf.
DIRY GO ODS
AND BELOW COST,
FOR TEN BAYS,
Marshall & Bro'rs
ENGLISH CALICOES, 1 YARD WIDE,
For 25 CENTS, WORTH 40 CTS.
American Prints I21L cents worth 25 cents.
sep 19 Ot
The ladies of Newberry and vicinity, are
respectfully informed, that Miss MAGGIE
HOGAN has returned, and will be found at
the old place of business, where she formerly
was, and will be happy to see all of her old
friends and customers, and attend to all or,
ders in the,
At this establishment will always be found
a complete and handsome assortment of all
goods in the above line, such as
NrTTLJNERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Ribbons, Laces, Straw Goods, &c.
Sept. 19, 38, tf
CORNER of QUEEN & CHURCH ST'S.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. W. & J. B. DENNIS, PROPRIETORS.
This splendid Hotel will be opened on the
FIRsT OF OcToBER, on the European system. It
has been remodelled and refurnished through
out.' This Hotel contains over one hundred
rooms which will be reserved chiefly for the use
of travellers and transient guests. Competent
ass5istuints have been secured in every depart
mnent, and every attention will be paid to ensure
comfort to their customers. The sleeping rooms
are airy and clean. The restaurant will be sup
plied withi the best fare the market affords. Port
ers will be always ready to attend each arrival
and departure of trains. The travelling public,
transient visitors and others, will find in it all
the luxuries of a first class house, combined
with the comforts of home. The location is fine.
ly adapted for business men and travellers. No
pains or expense will be spared to give entir<
satsfaction. Sept. 19 2m.
Greenv ille anid Columbia Rail Road.
G ENERAL SUP ERINTENDANTS OFFICE.
COLUMBIA, Sept. 12, 1866.
On and after Monday next, 17th inst., thE
Passenger Trains wil run da ily (Sundays except'
ed) until further notice, as follows :
Leave Columbia at.................7.15 a. tn
" Newberry at...................10 35 "
Arrive at A bbeville at..........-.....3.13 p. m
"at Anderson at................ .5.10 "
"at Greenville at..................5.40 "
Leave Greenville at.................6.00 a m.
" Anderson at....................6.30"
"Abbeville at....................8.35 "
":Newberry at.....................1.2) p. m
Arrive at Aiston at..................2.45 "
"at Columbia at............-...4.40 "
The bridge at Aiston being now completed
passengers and freights will be transported with
out delay. The expense of freights, by the dis
continuance of wa gons and boats, will be large
ly reduced. J. B. LASSALLE, Gen. Sup.
Sept. 14th, 1866.
CARW!LE & M'CAUGHRIN,
Are Prepared to 'make Advances
OnL Cotton consigned to
GEG. W. WILLIAMS & CO..
COTTON FACTORS & MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
aug 39, 35tf
HORSEY, AUTEN & CO.
Fats, Caps and siaw Ooods
No. 25 IIAYNE STREE T,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Sept 19 1mn
NO T TOPL.NTER8I
The undersigned are prepared to make
Liberal ADVANCES upon Cotton
Consigned to Geo. W. Williams & Co., Merm
chants and Factors, Charleston, S. C., or to
Williams Taylor & Co., Commission Mer,
chants, New York.
They are also prepared to purchase Cotton
and other Produce, and have made arranges
ments to order Guano for Planters, from first
hands in Baltimore, to be paid promptly
CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN.
Newberry, S. C., Sept 12, 1866. 37tf
The firm heretofore existing under the
name of Cohen, Heller & Co., is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The business
will he hereafter conducted by S. Cohen &
D. Suber. All demands owing by the old
firm, Cohen, Heller & Co., will be paid by
the new firm of S. Cohen & D. Suber, and
all debts owing the old firm will be collect
ed by the new firm, viz., S. Cohen & D. Su
ber. J. B. HELLER,
Sept 1st, 1866. St
Charleston Courier copy one time and
send bill to this office.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF LAND.
I will sell at Newberry Court House on
Sale day in October next, the Tract of Land
known as the Drayton Waldrop place ads
joining lands of John W. Long, Isaac Her
bert, Estate of C. P. Waldrop and Mary Nel
son. Terms made known on day of Sale.
JOHN T. PETERSON, Executor.
Sept. 8th, 1866. 3t.
WE will sell, on Thursday, the 4th of Oc%
tober next, for division, at the late residence
of Adam Cromer, dec'd, one Tract of Land,
containing Four Hundred and Ninety-six
acres, more or less, bounded by land of Ja
cob Setzler, Simon Dickert, James Hutchi
son, and others.
Terms made known on day of sale.
W. R, HENTZ,
T. H. CROMER,
A. F. CROMER,
Sept 8, 1866 3t SUSAN CROMER.
NOTICE is hereby given that application will
be made to the Legislature at the next regular
Session, for a renewal of the Incorporation of
the Town of Frog Level. aug 29 35
Known as the JACK HAIR HoRsE will stand
the ensuing season at H. H. Kinards Stables at
Newberry C. H., and will be let to Mares at $20
the season, commencing the 3d of September and
end ing 8d of December, at which time the money
will be due, if paid then, Currency will be taken,
after that Specie will be demanded or its equiva%
lent in currency. Any one failing to get a colt
will have a chance the next season free of char,e.
Grooms fee $1. E. P. BOAZMAlN.
Aug. 29385 tf.
W. B. McKellar, Surgeon Dentist, would
most respectfully say to his friends and the pub"
lic generally, that he is now thoroughly fitted up
in his new and elegant office, over Maj. Jas. M.
Baxter's law office, and is prepared to do any
and all kinds of work that he may be called _on
to do. Mr. Thos. Moore, who has been practis'
ing for the last six months at one..fourth charge,
will now operate at one half price. Mr. J. W.
DePass, who is a new student will operate at Mr.
Thos. Moore's former prices.
Aug 2238 mo
NOYES & VAIL,
[Successors to Aitkin, Noyes & Johnston,]
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
169 Meeting Str't,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mr. Vai resides in New York, and ships
goods bought for cash per every steamer.
Buvers are invited to call and examine our
sto~ek be fore purchasing elsewhere.
sept 5 3m
The Board of Commissioners of the Poor for
Newberry District, will meet at the Poor House
on the first Saturday, '6th day) in October next.
at which time they will elect a Steward [or keep
er, for the year 1867, to take charge of.the place
on 1st January next. Proposals in writing can
be left with the undersigned at any time previous
to the day of election, and on that day can be
made to the Board. JCHN COATE,
Newberry, aug. 25-35 6t Tres. B. C. of P.
Application will be made at the next reg
ular'Session of the Legislature of South Caro
lina, for leave to close and discontinue the
public road leaving the h ighway leading
from Newberry to O'Neall s Mills, near
Springfield, (the residence of Mrs. Helen
O'Neall,) passing over lands belonging to the
Estate of the late Chief Justice O'Neall, and
to James M. Baixter, until it intersects the
highway leading from Newberry to Higgins'
Ferry on Saluda River.
Sept. 5 36 3m. JAMES M. BAXTER.
OF PARTNERSHIP LAND.
I will sell at Newberry Court House on
Sale day in October next, (1st day)
ONE TRACT OF LAND
lying in Newberry District, containing two
hundred acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of Estate of Thos. Watson, Holloway
Hill, B. B. Gilliam, A. Hendrix, and Estate
of Elijah 0. 0. Odell. Sold to close partner
Terms made known on day of Sale.
JOHN ODELL, Survivor.
Sept. 5 36 4t.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Carefully Repaired by
Wmn. BOYCE, Newberry C. H., S. C.
Opposite the residence of Jno. Coate, Esq.
Work from a distance promptly attended to.
The subscriber will make application to
the next Legislature for a re-charter of the
Ferry across Saluda River known as the
sep 12t tf EU7ZABETH CHAPPELL.
&c-. &c., '&c.
DR. T. GOUIN,
Would inform his friends and customers tha;;
he has now n a very choice assortnent of
goods in his 1 , embracing Family Grocerie.
Coffee, Teas, Su , of the best qt alitiea,
Pepper, S ic,'inger, Nutmnegs,
Candles, Starch, Soap,
Sardines, Can-Oysters, do. Fruits,
Together with a large variety of Confection
erv, Candies, Kisses,Drobe, Sugar Fancies, & c..
Various brands Smoking Tobaceo,
Also Chewing Tobacco, Pipes
The above are the leading acles of his stock
to which he Invites publiO attention and solicitz
Store opposite Court Honse, and next door to
I. M. Suber & Co. Aug 22
Fall winter IMPORTATION
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ArlllstroIlg, Cator Co.
Importers and Jobbers of
RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS
elvets, Ruches, Flowers, Feathera,
STRAW BONNETS, LADIES' HATS,
Trimmed and Untrimmed,
No. 23Z and Lofts of 239 Baltilnore-St.,
Offers a stock unsurpassed in the United States
in variety and cheapness. Orders solicited and
prompt attention given. aug292m
LENENIK & SELL,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
North east corner Meeting and Market Streets
Charleston, S. C.
Invite the Trade to examine their full and varied
BONNETS and HATS, trimmed and untrimmed,
RIBBONS, of all descriptions,
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, DRESS CAPS,
NETS, VEILS of newest designs,
RUCHES LACES, CRAPES, SILKS,
CORSETS, SKIRT3, &c., &c.
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.
Notice to Trespassers.
I forewarn all persons, white or black,
day or night,from Hunting or Fishing on my
Plantation. W. B. McKELLER.
IMEON~ FAIE. THOS. 8. MOOR)MAN.
WE, the undersigned, having this day
formed a partnership in the praetice of Law,
will attend to all business entrusted to, us in
the districts of Newberry-, Laurens, Union,
Lexington and Richiand. Officee Newberry
C. H. SIMEON FAIR.
Aug 1, 1866. THOS. S. MOORMAN.
Laurens Herald copy 4 t. aug 22 34 if
A. IV.t. VWioker
ALTHOUGH BURNED OUT HAS ARISEN
FROM THE ASHES!i
Will open next week back of the brick
Istore formerly oocupied by Dr. Gouin. And
respectfully begs of his old friends their
former patronage. His varied stock will con
sist of every thing in his line as before the
fire. Viz: Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Soda, Ada
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.
Also Citron, Currants,- Raisins, Almonds,
'igs, Nutmegs, Spice, Pepper, Ginger,
Cloves, Mace, and Table Salt and Salt im
Sacks. Tobacco of all kinds, Smoking and
Chewing, Cigars of every quality, Pipes, and
Parlor Matches. A great stock of Dye Stuffs,
Indigo, Madder, Log Wood, Copperas, Fig
blue, Blacking and Shoe brushes, &c., &c.
Toys of every style for the Boys and Girls
in endless variety. Fruits of every kind mn
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.
YOuth's H-istory of
T HE GREAT CIVIL WAR. By Van Evrie .
THE snbscriber is the sole agent for
Newberry District for the sale of said hook.
Address him at Frog Level, S. C. Sold at
New York prices. MATTHEW HALL.
J. H. BAGGETT & Co.,
FACTORS, No. 10 Accommodation Wharf,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Give their attention exclusively to the sale of
LONG & SHORT STAPLE COTTON.
L iberal advances made on consignmients.
Sept 5 3m
WINTHROP B. WILLIAMS,
Formerly Caldwell, Blakely and Co.
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMISSIQY
No 12, AccoMMoDA1nON WHAR?,
CHABLESTON, S. C.
July 25. 5mos.