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TO BE HAD FOR THE PRESENT AT
MR. ROBERT STEWART'S STORE.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial,
Pankuin's Hepatic Bitters,
. Mustang Liniment.
Perry Davis' Pain Killer,
Hoofland's German Bitters,
Sandford's Liver Invigorator,
White Castile Soap,
Concen rated LYe,
- Castor Oil,
Sulphur, Cream Tartar.
Epsom Salt", Magnesia,
Whit; Muatard Seed,
Hoos, Dover's Powers,
Together with a large assortment of such
articles as are generally kept in first class
drug stoes. DR. SAItPSON POPE,
Newberry, Oct 17 tf Agent.
To the Public.
The akilion Hotid, s% long and ably cons
dc by the late ~H. -L. Butterfield, will
atil be kept open for the accommodation of
the TraveUliig Pable.. And its former
friends and patrons will find the usual acs
comnodaons and attentions bestowed, on
them as ime au$ thi?ublti favors, al,
ready sowell Itbised athe Hotel of the
Traven Merchants of the South, will, by
earnEst e te faitlull preserved.
TH:STATE-OF ScUTTH' CAROLINA-In
ETqitf-Newberry District. John G.
Mouseal and wite et .a vs. Melissa A.
FaImer etai. Bill for Partition, of land.
By order of the Court. of Equity. I will sell
bsAw the Courf ouse at Newberry on the
first Monday in November next, (by a plat
of the ptemjse ,) the real estate of Henry W
Riddlbuber, deeased,.ceusisting of a tract
of land, sltuared'in Newberry District, cons
WOW hwdx .znd Yauy ty acres, more
oc ,sS &ribot-deC y' lnds- of Harrison
Rrpp, Jabet nG. Lake, and the estate of
W1Hlamn 4,Riddlehaber, deceased.
Tag&frate p'archaser*ill be required to
give bond, with good suretles to secure the
purchase mnoiey, payable In.. two equal
annual instalm'ents. with- interest thereon
f t~tb di ofsale and-to pay the co'-ts ot
t seproceedinlgs in cash-the payments to
be usade in gold or its.equivalent.
SLLAS JuHNSTONE, c.E.s D.
sCom's OHiee ii Oct 1866. S t 7
THE STATE OF SOUT H JA ROLINA-In
Fantv-Nw berry District. A. P. Boozer
Ex'or, v.Lry Jane Boozer and others.
Bilfor kgde of property, relief &c.
Dy order of the Cours of Eqaity, I will sell.
before the Court House, at Newberry, on the
SrstVWond 'y in iNovember 1866, the real es,.
titi of Thomnas N; Boozer, deceasedV con
sfating of one hundred and twenty-five acres,
more or less, situated-in the District afore
said, and bounded by lands of. James M,
Senn, Henry Burton, Johnu A. Harp, and
Ts'us-The purchaser, desiring to do so,
will be pecanigedto pay .a.-porgon' or all of
the purchbase money in cash-otherwise, a
bond, with at least two good sureties, and a
mnortgageeof.the premises, will be required to
secure the payment of the purchase money
in two equalI anrnuil fnstalmlenIts with inter
est from the day of sale.
The personal estate of said deceased, will
be sol&for cash, at his late residence, on
Tuesday;2Gth November next.
The costs of these prQceedings must be
paid in eash,
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Com's ofice, Oct 13th, 183t6. St .f
THE STAT'E OF SOUT H CAROLIN A-In
Equity-Newberryv District. Jame? M.
Senn and others, rs. E. P. Lake Admg.
and othei-s. ''Bill for account, relief &c.
By order of the Court 'of Equity, I will sell
before the Court Hooe, at Newberry, on
the first Monday9eu 'Nevember 1866. the
rest estate of Elijah Id. Lake dee sed, in
thre separate tracts (by plats thereof to be
exhibited on day of sale) vie: One tract on
the refrfthe Sterling road, of about forty
aces, the Giles Cleland tract, of about sixty
acres, and the Henderson- :Cleland tract, of
about seventydfive acres..
*TURSms-The piarehaser may pay a portion
er aLl of the purchase money in cash-others
wise a bond with at least two good sureties
and a mortgage of the premises, will be res
quirted to secure the purchase money payable
Is two. equal annual instalments, with in,%
werest from, the day of sale. The cost of
these proceedinen muet be paid in~ cash.
SILAS JOHNISTONE, C.E.N.D.
Corn's Office, Oct 13 18661 3t. t7
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry District-Tn Equitv. Hen
ry MI. 'Singly A d'rr, v. Mary E. Singley
mnd others. Bill for sale of land, re
By order of the Court of Fquity, I will sell
before the Court House, at Newberry, on the
first.Mondav In November next, the real es,
tate of' Georg M. Singly, consisting of
about sixty-seven acres, mnore or less, 'situ
ated In the D)istries and State aforesaid, and
bounded by lands of Jacob Bedenbangh and
Thags-The purchaser desirig to pay a
portion or all of the pupehase ioney in cash
~wIi be permitted to do so--otherwise a bond,
with good sureties, and a; mortgage of the
preises will be required to secure the pay
-nut of the purchase money at twelve
'months with interest from day of sale. The
costseotthese proceedings must be paid in
cash. SILAS JOH NSTONE, c. z. ix. D.
Corn's office, Oct. 13 32 3t. $7
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity.-Newberry District. Henry M.
Singley-Ad'mr, v. Mary E. Singly and
The creditors of the estate of George M.
Singley deceased, are required to render and
establish their respective demands,- before
sne by the first day of January 1857.
A.&m' ofie StILASJOHfNSTONE.
TUE yrATI OJ SOUTH CARO A-I-n
Eqity-16wberry District. Sally Andi
Thompson v. Thos. A. 'hompson and Jno.
M. Thompson. Bill for sale of property
and to marshal assets.
By order of the Court of Equity, I will sell
before the Court House at Newberry, on the
first Monday in November next, the real es%
tate of Dr. Thomas W. Thompsoa deceased,
The Home trapt of land, containing two
hundred and fifty-six acres, more or less,
and bounded by lands of David H. Buzzard,
estate of Chancellor Johnstone, David Half%
acre, J. W. Folk and other lands of deceased.
The Grey tract, of one hundred and ninety
acres more or less, bounded by other Home
tracts, the Coleman tract, and lands of J. W.
Folk, Henry Halfa.re, and D. H Bnzhardt.
The Coleman tract of fifty,seven. acres,
more or less, bounded by the Home tract, the
Grey tract, and lands of D. H. Buzhardt.
The Chrch Lot, in the to"wn of Newberry,
containing -- acres, and bounded by lot of
Henry Blease. lot of Associate Reformed
Presbyterian Church,,Tbompson street and
T RM-lhe purchaser will be required to
give bond, with at least two good sureties,
and a mortgage, to secure the purchase
money, payable in two equal annual instal,
ments with interest from day of s:,le-and to
pay in cash the costs of theze proceedings.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D'
Com's office, Oct. 15th, 1866. 3t. f9
TH1E STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN A-In
Equity-Newherry District.. John L.
Hill and others, v. Joseph Watson Ad'mnr
and others. Bill for Partition, Relief, &c.
By order of the Court of Equity, I will re,
sell, at the risk of the former purchaser, be
fore the Court House at Newberry, on the
first Monday in November ne -t, the real es
tate of Thomas Watson dece- ed, as follows:
The Watson place-ituated in Newbeiry
District. contairing five hurired acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of Spencer
Rice, Elijah O'Dell, John O'Dell, llol:owau
Hill, Joseph Duckett and Eiz-betti Duck
The Shelton Home place, in Laur~n, Dis
trict, of one hundred and ninety-ei-hr c:es
more or less, and bounded by lands of L, dia
Jones, Joshua Duncan, Jno, Ray, William
Young and others.
The ,helton Quarter place, in Lanrens
District, containwg three hundred a:nd fnrrv
seven acres, and hounded by lands of 0. H.
P. Fant, Jno. Duncan, Lydia Jories, William
Young and others. .
TERMs-[he purcht_ser'will he r< quired to
give bond with two good sureties to secure
the purchase money payable in two equal
annual instalments with interest from tas'
of sale-an to pay in cash the cos s of these
SILAS J0INSTONE. c E. N. D.
ComU's O!liee, Oct 15th, ]86~6 3n. t
THlE STfATE OF~ SOUTH CA RiLNA-Iai
Eqit.y-Newherry Di-ariet. Louisa. C.
Cr'omer, v. David A. Dickert and w ife'.
Bill toi' Prtition.
By order of the Court of Egvni-y I will sell,
bfo .the Court House at Nev.be!rry. on the
Ir%t Monday in Noveumb er next, the real en
tate of Jas. L Cromer deceas.ad, sinui.ed in
ewberry di.,trict a, foli'i -s:
I'he Home place. co).ztaiml m:n--tv nCeZ
and a half. more or less, and bounded bv
ads' of Johni Miller, Adam. Epung and
The Fike' tract, cotaining one bunidred
.atd fif:y acres. m"re or lee, and ht-unded by
ands of Adam Epting, Jacob aloser and
Henry Walter Riddlehuber.
The Micha;el Cromer tract, containing thir
ten acres and a half, more or less.
'TERMs-The purcha'-er will he reg'lired to
give bond, with gooid sureties .o *seare itie
payment in gold or' ins equivtledif, of tile
purcase money, payamble in two equal an,
nal instalmen ts, with interest thereon*fromn
ay of sale-the costs of these proceedings to
e paid in cash. .
SILAS JOIINSTONE, c. K. N. D.
Comi's ottice, Oct. 11th,.86't 9
THE STATE OF SOUT H (CARULINA-In
Equity-Newhlerry District. Richard V.
Gist andI wife and oth r's, vs. 0 .x.
RuthErford Admnr., anid others. Bill for
Partition of land.
By order of the Court of Equity I will sell
before the Court House at New berrs. on the
irst Monday in November next, the real
estate of Dr, Thomas B. Rutherford deceased,
consisting of about tweni,tysseren hundred
acres-by plats thereof to be exhioited on
day of sale-the Home place of about sev'en
eeu hundred acres, in three separate tracts,
ad the Indian Creek tract of about one
thousand acres in two separa te tracts.
TERMs.-The purchaser will be required
to pay one fourth of the purchase money in
cash and to secure the remainder by bond
with at least two cood sureties, payatble in
two equal annual instalnents, with interest
from day of sale-permssion,. however, is
given to pay the who'e in cash.. The pay.
ments will be required in gold or its equiv
SIL AS JOH NSTONE, c.nux.n.
Com's Office :5 Oct. 1866. 3r. t9
THE ST'ATE OFR SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equitv-Newberry District. Aaron D.
Burton vs. Kay Burton and others -Bi1
for p.ar! i!ion anid a cCoUn
Byi order of the Ce.urt ot Equi;y, I will sell
beone thetCourt House, at N,awherry on the
first M1onday in November next, the real
estate of Roht Burton deceased, convsistina
of about seven hund ed arnd fifty acres of
land, lying in Newberry Distric:-'n tive
separate tracts-by plats thereof', to be
exhibited on day of sale.
TERMS.-Thie purehaser will be required to
give bond.with good sureties,and a mnortgatge
of the pretn ses, to secure the purchase
money, payable in two equal annual in
stalments, with interest from the day of sale
-and to pay the cost of these proceedines~ in
~cash. The purchaser ma~y however pay any
portion or the whole of the purchaseo money
SIL AS JOHNSTONE, C E.N~ D
Conm's Office 1s Oct 18t6 :-tf7
AT 10/W PRICES.
WHITE FREUIl CuINA,
W G, C C, B E anid DIPPED) WARE,
GLASS-WARE, KEROSINE LAMPS, aid
OIL, HOUSE-FUR IISHING GOODS
Of all descriptions.
Agents for Johnson's WASIIER and
For sale by
BR E8C & CO.
A. the old sta Ot thme i.mnmenmi ink.
FALL & UAERcLTliK,
Wright & Coppokh,
No. 4, MOLLOHON ROW,
NEWBERRY, 8. c.
Now open, a large and well assorted stock
of Fall and Winter Clothing, selected and
manufactured expressly for this market,
comprising all grades from fine to common.
Dress and Business suits, including
Black French Cloth Frocks and Sacks,
" Beaver " C
Real Moscow Beaver " "
Black French Doeskin suits,
American ' "
Plain and Fancy French cassimer suits,
" ' Sattinet saits.
Full and handsome line of all qualities
Beaver, Seal skin, Pilot cloth, Blanket and
ludia rubber suits.
Boys Clothing of all Grades.
Single and in suits, for all ages from 4 to
Linen bosom hirts, (made to order.]
Linen collars, white and fancy,
Paper " plain and fancy,
Merino and silk Under shirts,
' and Cotton Drill Drawers,
British white and brown half Hose,
Gloves-Buck, Kid, Cassimer, &c., in great
I-I A T S,
En,bracing every style, some of entirely
BOOTS 4ND SHOES.
Of the best makes and most approved
Trunks, Valises, Travelling Bags of grain(
ed leather and canvass, of new and mos
Umnbrellas for Hand and Buggy, all sizes.
We" cin only eiumerate generally We
invite all.to examine our stock, heing satis
fied that if they expect something substan,
ial, handsome and cheap, they will not be
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
oct 3 40 4t
JAMES Y. M'F A LL,
K. Barre & Son,
Fancy and Staple
Hatving ha~d aw. expeIence ot ten years in
te !)rv Goods rade, andl being thereby ac
qaitid wi all the Niorthertn markets, I
dtter myvself with the idea that I can se
let goods with as much taste, and buy on
is good terms, as anyv man in the trade, and
I ould imost respectfuily invite my fr iends
ad customers, and the pulilie gehnerally to
New and well8Selected Stock of goods,
Now openrin. in the.new and spacious
Store Roon., formerly occupied by
R. B. HIolmn & Co.
In this stock can be found
IN A FIRST CL ASS
DRY GOODS STORE.
Thankful for the past liberal patronage, a
continuation of the same is solicited. .
Yours, very respectfully,
Oct 10 2t JAS. Y. McFALL.
HAN JOE MIIIER
Te undersignied have just opened at Mr. A.
M. Riser's stor e, a superb steck o f
Fall and Winter Millinery Goods,
to which they respc tfully invite the attention of
the ladies of New erry and surrounding couni
try. The stock consists in part of Bonnets. Fea
t'ers, Flowers, Laces, etc. etc. Dress making
also executed with neatness amnd dispatch.
ot 3 4tf Mrs M. A. SI'ODDA RD & Co.
A. M. VWicker
ALl HOUGH BURNED OUT HAS ARISEN
Fs.OM I'HE ASHES !
Will open next week back of the brick
store formerly oocupi(d by Dr. Gouin. And
repectul!y begs of his old friends their
former patronage. His varied stock will conk
sist of every thing in his line as before the
ire Viz: Sugar Coffee, lea, Soda. Ada
matinme Can'i le.y, Mackerel. Herrings, Sar
dines, Oysters in ca'ns, Cheese, Crackers
and assorted Biscuits.swet and plam-mix
ed and spiced Pickles, and Macaroni. Nuts
o all kinds and:' good assortment of Candy.
Also Cimmo Currants, iunismns, Almonds,
Figs, Nurmege. Spice, Pepper, Ginger,
Cloves, Mace, and f'able Salt and .Salt in
Saks Tobacco of aUi kinds, Smoking and
Chewing. Cigars of every quatity, Pipes, and
Parlor M1atches. A great stock of Dye Stuffs,
Indigo, Madder, Log Wood, Copperas, Fig
blue, Blarking arnd Shoe brushes, &c , &c.
Tlys of every style for the Boys and Girls
in endless variety Fruits of every kind in
seasn, alnd almost every thing usually kept
in a well regulated Grocery Store All the
bove things will be sold cheap for cash.
July 1m. A. M. WICKER,
Whoesale ahd fel
BOOT & SHOE
We are now reiving our
FALL & WINTR sTocK
WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
And WARRANT every article sold.
Our goods have all been made expressly to
order, and by the very best of workmen.
I. M, SURER & CO.
oct 10 41 tf
S. P. Boozer& Co.,
English and American
CUT A_t VD GUNS,
W00DEN WARE, PAINTS, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS, &c. &c.
We beg to call the attention of the Public to
ours large stock of the above goods, now in Store
and which have recently been purchased in the
best markets oftheU S., and are offered at a
small advance on co4.
Newb erry, S C., Oct. 3d.1866. 40 3t.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND LBS,
Genuine Swede, American Refined, Hoop.
Band, Horse Shoe, and Nail Rod IRONS.
Jessops CAST S tEEL, and Genuine English
Owing to the recent reduction in freights we
are offering the above at 25 per cent less than
formr pice at S. P. BOOZE R & CO'S
Axles, Springs, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and
Enameled and Patent Dash Leather,
Enameled and Pateint Moleskin Cloths,
Linings, Trimmings, Bolts, Malleable Cast
ings. &c., &c.
A large stockitof the above goods uow in Store,
and offered at 1.1r rates by
S. P. BOOZER & Co.
Ot. 3 4 3S
Will be given to any person indebted to the
late firms of Bonzer, Peoples a Co., and Boozer &
PeoplIes, who will pay their notes. and accounts
by he15t h of Noremberilext.
Those disregarding this request, after that date
(15th Nov. next, i i find their notes and ac
counts in the hands of an Attorney, for suit and
collection in the District Court.
S P. BOOZER,
- J. 0. PEOPLES.
Newberry, 8, C., Oct. 3d, 1866. 4) at.
smade to all parties indebted to me by
note or account, made previous to the war,
to settle the same at a liberal compromise in
proportion to the ability of the parties to
paiy, if -paid by the 1st .of Jan!uary 1867.
After which timie they very likely w'll find
them in the baeuds of another person for col%
lecion, that wdll not settle on as liberal
terms. This off& is made in consequence of
the result of the late war and of being under
obligations to make payments on old debts
myself by the time above mentioned.
E. S. COPPOCK.
Newberry, S. C. Oct 10 41 4t
All persons haviijg demands against the
estate of R. L. Bradrey, dec'd., are requested
to hand tierw in to the Ordinary, properly
attested, immediately; and all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
E. A. BRADLY, Executrix.
Oct. 10 31 8t.
~CARWE & M'CALIGIRN,
Are Prepared -to make Advances
on Cotton consigned to
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
COTTON. FACTORS & MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
aug 9,85 tf
I will sell on the 1st Monday in November
next, in the town of Newberry. at public
auction, the following property, belongihg
to the estate'of Mrs. Abigail Caldwell, de
One House and Lot, 7 or 8 acres, oppo
site Nat'ian Hunter's residence.
One Lot, 1 acre, opposite Baptist church.
One Lot, 5 or six acres, sitated on ra:l
ro- d, and fronting on Bauknighit's Ferry
Also, all the Household and Kitchen Fur
nit ure of said estate.
Terms of sale cash.
sept 19 7t J. C. CAELDWELL, Ex'r.
IS hereby given that application will be made
to the next session of the l.egislature, for a re,
newal or extension of the cha.rter of' the T[own
of Newberry. . W. G. MA Y 5,
NO. 2; MoL~Ia 0O'.ROW.
Has just opened at the above store, .
fine, fresh and choice stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Mess Pork,
Fine Family Flour,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Cheese, (racker9 Sardines, etc.
Hard and soft shell Almonds,
Salt in sacks,
Candles, Soap, Starch, Mustard, Pot*
ash, Soda, etc- etc.
Brooms, Buckets, Tubs, Sieves,
Fine Chewing and Smoking Tobacco.
oct 3 40 tf
W. F. NANCE, AGENT,
Solicits consignments of Cotton and other
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, 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 rootn of
Grierson's Drug Store, Newberry, S. C.
sopt 26 39 tf
NOTICE TO lANTERS.
The undersigned are prepared to-make
Liberal ADVANCES upon Cotton
Consigned to Gco. W. Williams & Co., MerN
chants and Factors.. Charleston, S. C., or to
WilI1ams T*ylor & Co., Commission Ker.
cants. New York.,
They aire also prepared to purchase Cotton
and other Prodluce, and have made arrange"
ments,to order Guano for Planters, from first
hands' in Baltirmore, to be paid promnptly
CA RWILE & McCAUGHRIN.
Newberry, S. C., Sept 12, 1866. 37tf
SE LLING OFF BELOW COST! 1 l
My Stock of Goods,
FELT HATS, Dress Goods, White Goods,
Soes. Boots. . obacco, Confectionery, Glores,
Teas, Candles, A c.
At Capt. Parker's Old Stand, Law Range.
October 10 3 Wx. BOAG.
All those indebted to P. Rodelsperger a
Co., are respectfully requested to come for's
ward and settle their accounts, just as soon
as possible, as the firm is needing every
cent that is due, If the above is not com
plied with parties may expect suits and costs.
Oct. 10 31 St.
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. Wmn. Boyce at
the time of the fire.
B. H. LOVELACE.
Sept. 19 38 tf
We are just receiving a splendid Tot of
Salt, Sugar, Coffee, Mackerel, Candles, Bar
oap, Spice, Pepper, Ginger, Perfumery,
Toy, &c., and all for sale low by
LOVELACE & 4HEELEE.
Sept. 19 38 tf'.
A fresh lot of splendid English BlueStone,
just received and for sale by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Sept. 19388 tf.
&o. &c., kG.
DR. T. GOUIN,
Would inform his friends and customers. that
be has now open a very choice assortment of
goods in his line, embracing FamBy Groceries,
Coffee, Teas, Sugars, of the best qualities.
Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Neutmegs,
Candles, Starch, Soap,
Sardines, Can Oysters, do. Fruits,
Together with a large variety of Confection
ery, candles, Kisses, Drops, Sugar Fancies, &o.
Various brands Smoking Tobacco,
Also Chewing Tobacco, Pipes
The above are the leading articles of his stock,
to which he Invites public attention and sollOli.
Store opposite Court House, and net door to
M. suber& Co. Aug 22
THE following is the traveling schedule on
the rodte between Columbia, Richmond,
Washington and New.York,via the CharlottQ
and South Carolina Railrod:
Leave Columbia at 2.20 p. in.; arrive at
Charlotte, 9.20 p. m. Leave Charlotte a.
9.40 p mn.; arrive at Greensboro at 2.40 a.
m. Leave Greensboro,' by Tibaville RIail's
road at 3.00 a. in.; arrive at Richmond at
8 00p.rm Arrive atWaingtn t6.60 a.
in.; arve New York at 6.00 p. in. -same