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DAN CASTEL LO'S
NCT S 0
Trained Wild Animals!
Model and Moral Exhibition!
LOOK OUT FOR
The Grand Procession,
KNIGHTS IN REAL ARMOR, LADIES IN REGAL
ROBES, QUEEN'S CARRIAGE OF STATE !
THE MOUNTED ZOUAVES!
THE CORNET BAND!
Horses, Ponies and Mules,
Will be prominently seen and admired,
.2 Novel Feature
W ill be
Let Loose in the Streets !
Taken fromt its cage by the intrepid
/ HERR LENGELL,
Walked over a Platform and placed upon a
*Car, and Carried in Triumph.
The GOLDEN CAR of ORPHEUS,
Eckhiart's Silver Cornet Band!
A Street Parade ! Georgeous to an.Extreme !
Unmistakablv indicative of the
Strength and Reso-nrees of Dan Castello's GREAT SHOW
Newberry, Friday, November 2nd,
ADMISSION - --- - - -. 75 CENTS
Children under 12 Years of Age, 30 cents.
Separate Seats reserved for colored persons, 30 cents.
The e r. in ann1oncing the (conunencement of the Second An
nual So; een Tour of Dan CastllIo's Gr'eat Show. is pleased to be
enabled to present an Array of Artistic namnes, comprising the very
best Talent in the World.
Better Riders. Gre ater EqJuestriennes, Bolder Gymnasts,
MIore Daring2 Aerubats, Finer Blooded Horses,
Smaller Ponies. Funnier 1 4ules, Mfore
DAN CASTELLO, The Original Conversationalist,
Will appeaIr at echt Entertainment and itroduce the only Thoroughly Traine.d IIorse in
the Unive'rse, the
Russian Beauty " CZAR, " A Circassian Steed !
The Creature with the FLOWING MANE and SWEEPING TAIL,
styled the 'Animal with Soul,' the paragon of Beauty Docility
In fact, a finer and better show than has ever been organized.
Elegance. Refinement and Attractiveness are the distinguished
features of iDan Castello's Great Show.
H~ERR LENGEL, the Lion King, will enter the
den of the ferocious Wild Beasts,
* And give an Entertainment that for Intrepidity and Daring far sur
pase the tri:...h -xacee by t+e lae1.s A. Van Amburgh.
WISKEMAN & WILER,
Commission Merchants and Pro
Keep on band SUGARS-CHEAP!!
Crushed, Powdered, Granulated, and
Extra Coffee Sugars,
Soap, Lard, Spices,
Bacon, by the Ib. or hhd.
Hams, very fine.
Bbls., ht bbls., quarter bbls., New Shore
Choice Teas-Green and Black..
Flour, Rice, Meal and Grist.
FRESH GOODS ARRITING WEEKLY!
Of Standard qualities,
FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES.
NEWBERRY, So. Ca.
Special attention is called to o'tr fine
Goshen Butter. oct 10 1y
Z. L. WHITE,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Announces to the citi/ens and community
generally that he has on hand an assortment of
To be found in the Southern Market.
a complete aid warranted stock of
Guns, Pistols, Cartridges,
and all kinds of ammuniti,'n, which are offered
on the most liberal terins
All kinds of iun and Pistol repairs made with
expedition. Oct 17 3
We will sell, on Wednesday. the 7th of No
vember next. all of the estate of Martha Abrams.
deceased, consisting of the following property,
416 Acres of Land,
Five fine Mules,
Sixty head of Hogs,
One 4 horse Wagon,
One 2 horse Wagon,
One Set Blacksmith Tools, Household and Kit
chen Furniture, and mauy other articles too te
dicus to mention.
Terms made known on day of sale.
W. T. ABR AMS,
T. P. ABRA NIS.
P. S.-Any person, wishing to rurchase land
would do well to come and looka before the day
of'sale. The plantation is under repair, with
good dwelling and gin house, good well of wa
ter all convenient, and all other necessary out
buildings. W. T. and T. P. AR BRAMS,
Oet 1'7 4 3 Executors.
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 '.ffice. over Maj. Jas. M.
Batxter's law office, and is prepared to do any
and all kinds of~ work that lhe may be called on
to do. Mr Thos. Moore, who has been practis,.
inc' for the last six rroinths at one-fourth charge,
will now operate at one half~ price. Mr.jJ. W.
DePaiss, who is a new student will operate at Mr.
Thos. Moore's former prices.
Aug 223 mo
The udrindhave'formed a partnership
Busi:ess entrusted to.us, in Newberry andlad
join ing Districtc. will be promptly attended to.
Offic at 'ewt>erry C. Ii.
ERY 8tTMM R. WILLIAM R. BPEARMAN.
Oct 17 3mo.
A LL persons indebted to the estate of W. P.
Cromer, neceased, are notitied and regntested to
make payments on or before the first ot Junuary
next, as a settlement will he made on said estate
soon after that time. T. H. C ROMiEC,
Oct. 17 2 mo. A dministrator.
!s made to a!! parties indebted to me by
note or account, made previous to the war,
to settle the same at a hberal compromise in
proportion to the ability of the parties to
pay, if paid by the 1st of Jan'uary 1867.
After which time they very likely wIll find
them in the hands of another person for col%
lection, that will not settle on as liberal
terms. This offer 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 menitioned.
Newberry, S. C. Oct 10 41 4t.
All persons having demands against the
estate of R. L. Bradley, dec'd., are requested
to hand therp in to the Ordinary, properly
attested, immediately; and all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
E. A. BRADLY, Executrix.
An earnest appeal is muade to those in.
debted, either by note or account, to the
late firm of E. S. Bailey & ('o., to comle 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 Uz.ited
States Court to he held in October. IIencee
the absolute tnecessity o[ cilling upon their
debtors. The notes and accounts are in may
hands lor collection. Y. J1. PO)PE,
se pt 26, 59 4t Office ini La w Range.
All persons haiving demands agaiist the
estate of Ben. Dugan, deeased, are re
queste. m hand themi in leg:dly attested,
on or Lerm the first of November. And
all per.1e:'iibted to said estate will conie
forward si settle inmmediately.
JOHN H. RENWICK, Admr.
sept 3U :st
All tho-e indeb)ted to P. Rodelsperger &
Co., are respctful!y requested to come for
ward and settle their accounts, just as soon
as possible, as the firm is needing every
cent that is due. If ihe above is not com
plied with parties may expect suits and costs.
Oct. 10 31 3;.
LAND TO RENT.
BY order of the Court of Equity, we will
rent at Ne'vherry Court House, at publie auc
tion, on sale day in Novemiber next, the lands
of H Ion. J B. O'Neall, deceased, for one year.
Terms of sale cash. W. H. H A RRINGl'ON.
C. P. POP E,
J. C CALD WELL,
A. T. R EESE,
Oct 17 3 Executors.
A Heavy Pair of Gold Frame Spectacles
Sliding Frames-one glass somewhat loose mn
frame. A suitable reward will be paid the finder
by leaving them with R. STE WARlT.
Oct 11, 1866. 0 17 2
c'flr',',T & r ~-c~'u'Trv
FAI & WINIER C[OING
Wright & Coppoek's,
No. 4, MOLLOHON ROW,
NEWBERRY, S. 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 Sackc,
Beaver " " "
Real Moscow Beaver " "
Black French Doeskin suits,
" American " " f
Plain and Fancy French cassimer suits,
- " " American
"c " Sa:tinet suits.
Full and handsome line of all qualities
Beaver. Seal skin, Pilot c!oth, Blanket and
zjdia rubber suits.
Boys Clothing of all Grades.
Single and in suits, for all ages from 4 to
Linen bosom birts, (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, &e., in great
Emubracing every style, some of entirely
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Of the best makes and most approved
Trunks, Valises, Travelling Bags of grain,
ed leather and canvass, of new and most
Umbrellas for Hand and Buggy, all sizes.
We can only enumerate generally. We
invite all to examine our stock, being satis
fied that if they expect something substan
tial, handsome and cheap, they will not be
WRIGHT & COPPOCK.
Oct 3 40 4t
Of Fresh and Choice
&c. &c., &c.
DR. T. GOUIN,
Would inform his friends and customers that
he has now open, and is constantly receivi g,
chioice goods in his line, embracing Family
Groceries, such as
Coffe, Teas. Sugars. of the best qualities.
Pepper, Spice, Gi inger, Nutmegs,
Candles, Starch, Soap,
Sardines, Can Oysters, do. Fruits,
Together with a large variety of Confection
ery, candies, Kisses, Drops. Sugar Fancies, &c
Various brands Sjoking Tobacco,
Also Chewing T'bacco. Pipes,
The above are the leading articles of his stock,
to wh~ich he luyites puble ;ttention yd4 aglicita
Store opposite Court House, and r.ext door to
I1M. Suber & Co. Aug 22
Ilaidsomie Millinery !
The undersigned have just opened at Mr. A.
. Riser's store, a superb stock or
Fall and Winter Millinery Goods,
to which they respectfully invite the attention of
the ladies of New berry and surrounding coun
try. The stock consists in part of Bonnets. Fec
th'ers, Flowers, Laces. etc. etc. Dress making
also executed with neatness and dispatch.
oct 8 0i tf Mrs 31. A. SfODDA RD & Co.
By virtue of sun.dry writs or Fieri Facias, to
me directed, I will sefl, on the first londay
in November next, before thbe Court House door,
within the le I hours of sale, one tract o.f laud,
containing 1 6 acres, more or less, bonded by
lands of Syrrah Fellers, S. H. Fellers, Sarah Bobb
ad others, at the suit of H. li. and J-P. Ki-.
nard vs. T1. McNeil.
Also. 18 acres of land. more or less, bounded,
by lands of Daniel Suber an others, at the suit
o John F GWymph vs. JacolU'elker. rerms or
sale, cash. W M. W. H OGUSEA L, S. N. b.
Sheriffs Office, Oct. 16,18G6i.
To the Public.
The Pavilion Ulotel, so long and ably con,
uced by the la'e HI. L. Butterfield, will
still be kept open for the acco~mmodation of~
the Travelling Public. Anid its former
friends and patrons will find the usual acs
comodat ions and attentions bestowed on
them as formerly, and the public favors, al..
ready so well established ats the Hlotrl of the
Travelling Merchants of the South, will, by
earnest efforts, be faithfully preserved.
Oct. 17 32 6t.
I will sell on thre 1st Monday in November
net, in the town of Newberry, at public
auction, thre fol'owing property, belonging
to the estr.te of Mrvs. Abigail Caldwell, de
One House anid Lot, 7 or 8 acres, oppo
site Nathan Hunter's residence.
One Lot, I acre, opposite Baptist church.
One Lot, 5 or six acres, sitsated on rail
ro.d, aind fronting on Bauknighrt's Ferry
Also, all the Hlousehrold and Kitchen Fur.
niure of said estate.
Terms of sale cash.
sept 19 7t J. C. CA LD WELL, Ex'r.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
The undersigned are prepared to make
Liberal A DVANCES upon Cotton
Cosined to G- o W. Williaims & Co., Mers
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 Baltianore, to be paid promptly
upon arrival. __
CA RWILE &t McCA \UGU1R
Newberry , S.C ., Sept 12,186
ELLING OFF BELOW COST ! I !
Mv Stock .of Groods,
FELT HATS, Dress Goods. White Goo~ds,
Shoes. Boots. aobacco, Confectionery, (,loves,
Teas, Caud les, a c.
At Capt. Pariker's Old Stand, Law Range'.
October 1' 3 Wx. I30AG.
NOTICE is hereby given th:at application will
be made to thne Legislature at the next regular
Session, for a renewal ot the incorporation ot
the Town of Frog Level. aug 29 35
Notice to Trespassers.
I forewarn all persons, white or black,
day or night,from ilunting or Fishing on my
Plantation. WV. B. McKE LLER.
John A. Chapman,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
Will attend to all business entrusted to his
care Office at Bookstore.
Newberry C. H., S. C, July 25 tf.
NO. 2, MOLLOHON ROW.
Has just opened at the above store, a
fine, fresh and choice stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
Bacon Sides and Shoulders, Mess Pork,
Fine Family Flour,
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Cheese, Crackers, Sardines, etc.
Hard and soft shell Alnonds,
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
rik . e iII~ Brial Cases eai
THlE subscriber has just received a supply
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
manufacturer, which are of the latest and
most improved pairerns, and of elegant Rose
wood finisb, and which he offers at tow rates
to the public. He take= this occasion to say
that they have been purchased exclusively
for cash. and seHling them at only a small
advance on the cash price, that no orders for
the above Cases wi!l be attended to unless
accompanied with tte cash
R C. CHAPMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July 25, 1866. 9m.
Cdllege of Charleston, So. Ca.
THlE FACULTY OF THE COLLEGE OF
Charleston would respectfully inform pa
rents and guardians of young Gentlemen de
sirous of obtgning a Collegiate education,
that this Institution has been re-opened un
der very favorable auspices, and at a greatly
reduced rate or tuition, the terms of which
are only FIFTY DOLLARs PER ANNUV, pay,
abte quarterly. Students from the interior
can obtain board at reasonable rates in re
spet4ble privamte families residing in the
Caindidates for admission into the Fresh
man Class must be able to translate into En
glish the whole of Casar's Commentaries,
Virgil, Cicero's Select Orations, and Saellust.
They inst also possess an accurate and mini
ute knowledge of the Latin Grammar and
In Greek, they will be expected to possess
a thorough knowledge of Valpy's Greek
Grammar, Ant bon's Edition, and be able to
translate and parse with readiness any por
tion of Jacobs' Gre-ek Reader, the first two
books of Xenophoni's Anabasis, and the first
book of Homer's Itind.
In Mathematics, their knowledge will be
xpected to inelude Arithmetic (including
fractions, vulgar and decimalt ) Extraction of
Square and Cube Roots, Young's Algebra
through Simple~ Equations, and the first three
books of Legendre s Ge ometry.
Geography, both Ancient and Modern,
will be the subject of a rigid examination.
N. B -STUDENTS WILL BE ADMITTED TO
A PARTI AL COURsE UPON SPECIAL APPLI
N R MIDDLETON, LL. D., Prisident, Pro
fessor of Logic, Political Economy. and
the Evidences of Christianity, and Hoivy
Prof essor of Moral and Political Philoso,
Rev.'JAS. W. MILES, A. x., Professor of the
Latin and Greek Languages and Literature,
and of Roman and Greek Antiquities.
LEWIs R. GIBBEs, M. D., P?ofessor of As
tronomy, Physics and Chemistry.
John McCRaDY, A. x- Professor of Mathe
F, A POacHER. A. x., Professor of History,
Ancient and Modern, Rethoric. Belles Let,
tera, English Composition and Elocution.
F~ S. HOLMIes. A. x , Professor of Geology
Palmontology and Zoology, and Curator
of the Musenm.
LEWIS R. GIBBES, M. D.
Oct. 17 32 '2r.
WELLS, CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
COLUMB3IA, S. C..
Brick Warehouse on GERVAIS STREET,
opposite South Carolina Rail Road Depot.
Will receive onl Storage, Fo ward or Se il,
Gotton and( other Country Produce.
Liberal A drances made on shipments of
cot ton to their friends in Charlcston or New
York. sept 26.1m
Lumber ! Lumber !
STEAM SA W_MILL.
The~ ubc iare prepared to furnish
any lind anid quantity of Pine Lumber at
te shortest notice. This Mill is situated
near Ruif's mounta'n, 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 ~Ponaria, (Holloway's) or Cannon's,
wo miOs east of Pomaria, or any other
point desired, at a reasonabl echar.gefor
ia!!ng. FOLKS, IllPP & CO.
sept 2., 18GG, 1m
CARWIE & M'CAUJGHRIN,
Arc Prepared to make Advances
on Cotton consigned to
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & Co.,
COTTON FAG:TORS & MERCHANTS,
CUARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIaiMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
aug 89,35 tf
IS hereby given that application will he madle
to the next suyssion ot the I.egislature, for a re
newalI or extens ion of the charter of* the Town
of Newberry. W- U. MAY 5,
Oct 1e Intendant Town of Newberry.
Oct. 1.5th, 1866.
FROM and after thi date Freight in no
instance will be delivered at this Agency
until the charges are paid, country Con
..mP Sw be ch,,-d storage after one
NPOHq C. T4
PRATT & W
NO. 238 KING STREEI
N. A. PRATT, S. W. W
Ch. to late C. S. N. and M. Bureau.
HUNT & BRO.,
SHIPPING, COMMISSION & FOR
Accommodation Wharf, Charleston, S.C.
I. F. UUNT, (Formerly -of Newberry
J. H. H UN T, Jr., C. II., S. C.)
Promptly forwiard all Mcrchandize con
signed to us arriving in tbc City from
Northern or' Foreign Ports.
We will give strict attention to Sale
and Purchase of Cotton, Rice, Flour, &c.
g Liberal advances on consignments...g
Reference.-G. W. Williams & Co.,
Charleston, S. C.; Russell & Ellis, Wilming
ton, N. C.; Bigelow & Sargent, Baltimore ;
Lathbury, Wickersham & Co., Philadelphia;
N. L. McCready &Co., New York ; Ray &
Walter, Boston ; G. W. Garmauv, Savannah,
Ga., G. R. Wilson, Esq., Norfolk, Va.
Persons consigning to us must make
deposits in the city to pay Ship and Railroad
Freights, or their goods will he placed in
store. HUNT & BRO.,
Jan ZI Charleston, S. C.
LENGNICK & SELL,
Importers and Wholesale DZalers
North east corner Meeting and Market Streets
Charleston, S. C.
Invite the Trsde to examine their full and varied
BON' ETS and HATS, trimmed and uLtrimmed,
RIBBONS. of all descriptions.
FLOWERS. FEATHERS, DRESS CAPS,
NErs, VEILS of newest designs,
RUCHES, LA('E., CFrAP:..S, SILKS,
CO <SETS, SKIRTs, &c., &c..
W. F. NANCE, AGENT,
Solicits consignmients of Cotton and other
WILLIS & CIIISOLM,
FACTORS & COMMIESION MERCHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
He is prepared to order all kinds Plainta
tion supplies, against crops, including Gua
no,on liberal terms. Bagging an d Rope
furnished to Planters at low prices.
Office for the present in the back room of
Grierson's Drug Store, Nen~ berry, S. C.
sopt 26 39 tf
J. B. E. SLOAN,
General Commission Merichant,
BROWN & CO'S WHARF,
Charleston, S. C.
Tenders h,i services for the sale of Cotton
and other Produ, e, and for the purchase of
Merchalr-dize and Plan,'tation supplies.
Refe?s to Mayes & Martin, and Geo. D
Smith, Ne wberry C. H.; Thos. W. Holloway
Oct. 15th, 1S66. 42-2ni.
J. E. sTENBoUsE. At.LAR MAcALULY.
STENHOUSE & MACAULY.
t ommission Merchants,
For the sale of Cotton, Cotton Yarns, Sheet,
igs, 'aval Stores, etc., and for the purchase of
66 Pearl Street, New York,
1 8 66.
Consignments to v.s frem any point in the South
ally protected by Insurance as soon as abipped.
J. N. ROBSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT, No. 62 East
Bey, Charleston, So. Ca.
HAVING ample means for advances, a
business experience of twenty years, and
confining hims~elf strictly to a Commission
Business, without operaiting on .his own
accounthe respectfully solicits consignments
of cotton. flour, corn, &c.
July 18 3mno. ___
WDiITIIR9P B. WILLIAMIS,
Formerly Caldwell, Blakely and Co.
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMIS ION
No 12, ACCOMXoDATION WHERF,'
* Ci1ARLESTON, S. C.
July 25, 5mos.
For the Lire andi Campaigns or
GEVRAL STONEWALL JACKSON.
By Prof. R. L. Dabney, D. D , of Ya.
The Standard Biography of the Immortal
Hero. The only edition authorized af his
widow, and published for her pe'cuniary
benefit. The anthor a personal friend and
Chief of Staff of the ChrisZiasn Soldier. W e
want an A;gent in every county. Send for
circulars and see our terms, and what the
Press says of the work.
NATIONAL PUBLISHING CO.,
Corner 7th-and Main Sts., Richmond, Va
Oct. 3d, im.
MS s.E,rrous-Pease nominate Mr JOS.
W HILL as a suitable candidate for the office
of Tax Collector, -for the ez .-uing term, and
oblige * NEWBERY.
MEsns EDITOns-Please aunounce Mr.
JACOB KIBLER as a candidate for the of'
fee of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term,
as in every respect qualified andl worthy of
the office, and obl[ge OLD TIMES.
MEssEs. EDIToRs.-You will Plensn3 an.
nounce TRE-l MAS Ii. CROMER as a candi
date for Tax Collector Newberry District, at
the next eleccon. MIOLLO 110 N,
MEssRS. EDITORs: Please announce DR.
CIARLTON H SONDLEY, as candidate
for Tax Collector, of New berry District, at
the next election, and oblieNYF NS
MEssas. 1EDITons :-You will please an
iounce N. F. JOHNSON, as a candidate for
Sheriff of Newberry District, and oblige
A pril 4, 14. M ANY FR IEN DS.
The friends of Capt. T HUS. M. PAYSIN
CER respectfully nominate him as a suitable
candida te for Sheriff of Nei w berry District.
Messrs. Edlitors-By nomi tatinig Mr.
Daniel B. Wheeker as a candidate for Tax
Collector of Newberry District, you will
oblige his many
July 4 WARM FRIENESS.
ESsRs EDITORs: You wvill please an
nouce J. D. SMIT H, as candidate f ir the
office of Tax Collector, Newberry district
and oblige MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 1866.
ESSRS Em-roit .....on will obliue the
ILL8, PER1 UMERY,
, CHARLESTON, S C.
ILSON, P. B. WILSON.
Chemist to late C.S. Ord. Departm't.
Fall and Winter wear,
Black, White and Colored ALPACAS,
Striped Real MOHAIR,
Checked do. do.
Black and colored all wool DELAINS,
EMPRESS t LOTH, *
ALL WOOL PLAIDS,
SILK WARP POPLINS,
Black and colored SILKS,
Eng., French and American PRINTS,
SHEETING and SEIIRTING,
CLOAKS. BASQUES, SACQUES,
And a great variety of other goods for
Just received 'at
J. R. READ & CO'S.
263 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The subscriber has received, 4irvct from
England, and also from the Northern
Manufactures, a full supply of
FINE GUNS, PISTOLS, and
Made principally for his own sales; which
he offers to Merchants at LOW PRICES,
FOR CASH or CITY ACCEPTANCES.
Planters' and Farmers' orders filled with
goods of tne best quality, at low prices as
52 East Bay, South of the old Post Offie
sept 26 2rm CHARLESTON, S. C.
NOYeES & VAIL,
[Successors 'o Aitkin, Noyes & Johnston,}
IMPORTERS AND JoBBERS 01
159 Meeting Str't,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mr. Vail resides in New York, and ships
goods bought for cssh per every steamer.
Buyers are invited to call and examine our
sto'ek before purchasing elsewhere.
sept 5 3m
J. H. BAGCETT & co.,*
FACTORS, No. 1) .Accommodation Wharf;
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ffGlve their attention exclusIvely to the inie of
LONG & SHORT STAPLE COTTON.
*iberal advances made on consignments.
JACOB SULZBACHER & CO,,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES, UMBRELLAS.
L ADIES' & GENTS'FUTRNISHINGGOODS,
MILINERY GCODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
Assembly Street, between Plain & Washington,
COLU31BLA, 8. C.
PHtENIX IRON WORKS
COL UMBIA, S. C.
Goldsmlithi and Kin<d
*ALL kinds of il Cas'ings, (Saw and
Grist,) Rasilings for Houses, Garden,.Grave
Yards, Sugar Mil., Boilers, Machine Works
and Agricultura*l Implements manufactured.
Orders are solici:ed and executed on cheap
temis. M. GOLDSMITH,
Greenville and Columabia Rail fload.
GEasnA L SUPrI1INDA&r5 97110W
COLUMBU, Sept. 22, 3868.
On-ard after Monday next. Isth inst., the
Pasenger Trains wihi run daily (Sundayaepte
ed) until t'arther notice, as foltows :
Leave Cohumbia at................7.15 a. in.
"Alstona at...............-.---0 6.
"Newberry a:..........--10 3.5 "
Arrive at A bbeVlie-at...............l1 p. a.
'-at Anderson at ......-.......5.10 "~
" at G.reenville at..... ....-....
Lere G reenville at....... ..--- - --6.00 a 3.
-' Anderson Lt............. ..........68 "
"A bbeville at.----.-. ..8.85
"' ewberry at.....-........~-.-1.2 ap.3.
Arrive at A iston a'. ...-- ..-. 26 '~
"at Columnbia at........---4.40 "
The bridge at Alston being now cmleted,
pasi-engers and fr eights will be traniprd with-.
out de:ay. The expense or freighbts, bythe dis
continuance of wa gons and boats, will be larg
y reduced. J. B. LASSAL LE,G(e. Sup.
Sept. I4th, 1866.
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TH E following is the traveling schedule on
the route between Columbia, Richmond,
Washington and New York.via the Chia~rit
and South Carolina Railroad:
Leave Columbia at 2,20 p, m.. arrive sib
Charlotte, 9.20 p. m. Leave %alotte a.
9.40 p in.; arrive at Greens~boro at 2 40 a.
m. Lev Goensbonchn by D-anville Rail's