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NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wedneday Morning, November 7, 1866.
Look out for the N mark; it signifies that
the paid time of the Subscriber receiving it
Advertisers are respectfully informed that
their favors must be banded in by 12 o'clock
on Tuesday of each week, to insure insertion.
Post masters are requested to act as
Agents for the Herald for which we will
allow the usual commission.
The press upon our columns for adver
tising space excludes a variety of inter
SALE DAT.-Town was crowded Mon
day last. Land, Furniture, horses, mules,
and a thousand so forths were sold.
A great deal of land was disposed of at
excellent prices. One tract brought
something over sixteen dollars per acie,
in gold. Who'll beat that ?
DAN CASTELLO'S CiRcis drew an im
mense concourse of people to town last
Friday. The troupe is well appoint
ed. And the performances generally,
were very creditable. Dan is said to be
a Tennesseean by birth. His affection
for the South during her struggles
brought him much persecution.
-Lrcs.-It is always better to be born
lucky than rich; riches take wings and
fly away, but luck sticks to one, be it
good or bad. There are folks who live in
the hopeof something turning up which
never does, but with us luck is not so
shy, and why ? we carry a lucky penny,
and then besides we are lucky in making
It a point to look at the new moon always
strsightforward, never over the left
shoulder, for reason of which, big potatoes,
big turnips, big links of fat, juicy sausages,
big pieces of cake and various other big
things are constantly being crowded upon
us. The big potatoes brought in this
week are something to crow over, one
weighing S0 and another 7 pounds, and
from our very estimable friend and
subscriber, Mrs. Christian Suber, of
PgMgria, to whom we return rn,;
-P. S. That good farmer and clever
inn, Mr. J. K. Schumpert, will accep t
our thanks for a fine mess of big turnmps.
THE Sourn.-The South is receiving
about this time a good deal of advice
some ofit is wise, and some of it other
wise. Tbe following paragraph, extracted
froml an article in the Mcbile Times,
stands, we suppose, in the former classi
Let us, therefore, be patient; nations
are not erased from the face of the world
at the word of a parce! of petty tyrants.
Two millions and a half airmed men have
passed lhke a scourge over our land, and
already their fiery track is covered with
* - What these hordes could not accomplish
with the sword and torch is not going to
be accomplished by the verbose declama
tiops of a Sumner or the mad and rabid
diragations of a Stevens.
Let the South, we say, stand aloof
fom the theatre of national politics ; let
er avail herself of this time of repose-, to
revise her domestic code. Let her turn
- ointellectual pursuits, from which she
baa allowed herself to become estranged,
and, uniting her efforts on the great
Iheatre of industry, retrievc her wealth
and prosperity, and come out of this
trying period like gold from the crucib le,
dlear from all its native inherent im
JOHs G. M;LNoa & Co.-The return of
- the Fall Trade and the restoration of the
h ealth of this city have witnessed the
* resumption of business by many of those
of our merchants who have most largely
contributed their perseverance and ener
gies to the material prosperity of this
city, but by none whom we more heartily
congratulate than MItsoR & Co. Es
* tablisbing, anterior to the war;, by their
integrity and enterprize, a large and
successful trade, the gentlemen composing
this firm had acquired a reput ation for
skill in their management which had
attracted an exceedingly enviable patren
pe to their flouse, and which, but for
the financial disasters that ensued, up;on
the fall of the Confederacy, would doubt
* less have made them, in a very fe w years,
* independent of the pecuniary contingen
cies of trade. In common with all of us,
* however, they experienced calamitous
reverses which appear to have interrupted
their usefulness, only long encugh to
~nergize them to the further development
of their business quahfications and re
Weare happy to notice that MILNoR &
Co., have engaged and are now occu;pying
the large and spacious building No. 183
Meeting-street, where they have prepared
facilities and accommodations for the
conduct of the Auction and Commission
Business, to which Mr. Jous G. MILNont,
the senior partner, will deve .e his personal
attention. The Wtiolesale Dry Goode
Business will hereafter be carried on
under the name of MiLNOR, WILBU'R &
MaARI, at the old stand, No. 133, where
they have now in store a very large and]
desirable stock of Fancy and Domestic
Dry Goods of every variety, and oi
qualities unsurpassed by any wshic
have ever been offered in this market.
It may be superfious for us to say any"
thing of the personnel of a firm so favor
ably known in this city and elsewhere,
but we cannot refre'n fr om commending
them unreservedly to our readers as, ir
p every way, courteous, reliable and liberal
in their transa::tions.
A common sense writer of the Souti
says "we can no longer afford to buy
with ready money every lucifer match.
nail. axe, shoe-peg, saddle wagon, ha
ad everyhing else we neced, from th4
Visit to Columbia and its Results.
Our visit to Columbia last week re
vealed the pleasing sight of beautiful and
commodious structures fast taking the
place of blackened walls and piles of
rubbish. On eve-y hand are buildings
under course of erection, and many of
them exceeding in beauty and uniformity
those of former days. But with all these
signs of activity, energy and enterprise,
the saddening sight of ugly gaps are
many, and will long remain a monument
of shame to the perpetrators. Among
the things of a plcasing character we
might allude to, was an hour spent at
Nick erson's, with Hamil ton of that House,
and the witty and gentlemanly reporter,
Mr. Sparnock, of the Charleston Courier,
and another hour at Mrs. Speck's, known
as the Shiver House, at both of which
places, eloquence, elegance and plenty,
prevailed to a degree unsual to poor up
country editors, but we cannot dwell
upon this or other pleasures, sights or
scenes; our principal business was with
the enterprising, liberal merchants of
Columbia, and owing altogether to the
flattering notices of Mr. DeFontaine of
the Carolinian, and Mr. Selby of the
Fonix, who made mention of the distin
guished arrival of our important self in
that city, and our business, the repre
sentative of the herald was largely re
ceived, as the several notices of cards
found appended will show. We were
glad to note the prosperous condition of
the Carolinian and Phonix, the liberality
with which they are patronized shows a
just appreciation of these two excellent
papers. Mr. Selby has just removed to
his large t' .ee story building on Main
street, whiCh for admirable inside irrange
ment in all business details, is gratifying
to a rinter's eye. His energy and
perseverance under difficulties, show
him to be possessed of the stuff that men
are sometimes made of. But to our
friends the merch::ts:
C. r. JaCKso".-This gentlemait la
but lately taken possession of a com:no
cdious building on M:ain Street, and shows
to advantage a stock of dry goods, staple
and fancy goods, which would ravish the
up-country eye in point of elegance and
beauty. A :ew purchases made there
showed that the prices of his goods were
by no means out of the reach of persons
of limited pecuniary advantages.
R. & W. C. Swarm:wL.-We know
not where we can better recommend
gentlemen in need of outfits than to
this old and well known clothing house.
On looking over the stock we were struck
with the variety of styles r nd the tasty
dispny. Visitors to the city would do
weil to call en them and examine before
M.u. J. MSIon.Ax-Tn the boot and
shoe line, occupies a convenient and at
tractive location. His acquaiintance is
so extensive, and his inforu:ation in this
branch of business'so well known, that
we deem it only necessary to informn his
friends that he can be found on Main
street, opposite the beautiful China Hall
of our old friend Capt. Stanly.
M. A. SHEwro-Almost immediately
opposite, has just opene& an eleganit as
sortment of boots and shoes, and but
that we fear giving offence to the Major,
and getting up a difficulty between the
gentlemen, and thereby-lose a future ad
vertisement, we would say the same of
himi as the other.
J. C. Dmu-The Hardware man, is
absolutely surrounded, piled up, with
hardware of every pattern, use and kind.
Front store, back store and cellar cover
ing over two hundred feet. Two hun
dred feet of hardware to select from is an
inducement to country purchasers, sel
dom offered, and we predict speedy vis
S .T. McCAccruRs & Co.-In the Gro
cery and Commission business appeal in
the first to the softer senses, and fill you
with good things ad infinitum. As com
mission merchants too we recommendl
them to the favo:able notice of the pub
P. B. GLss-The book and stationery
man, is the occupant of the cosiest and
shw;r(est room ever seen, and his display
is alike fiatterng~ to his taste and pleas
ing to the eve of visitors. 'We remem
ber Pecter B. since his boyhood, and
would like to say something flattering,
but that he might think hard of it, and
will only remark that he's gentle and
he's kind, and his like you'll no where
F.E Ja\cgso..-We n(re pleased to
find tis o!J f: iend so well fixed and
driving a fine business ina Drugs, Medi
cinec, Perfumnery, &c., but not surprised
at h is pop ularity. Affable, kind and at
tentive with his qualifications as a Drug
gist, no wonder he has wvorked himself
into public favor.
Mns. C. E. REED-In The muilinery and
f,nev line claims a large share of atten
tien. 11er business gnalifications and
long acquaintance in this branch gives
len peculiar advantages. 11er stock is
fu~.l and complete, embn'racing everything
that ladies usually require. Visit her
establishment on Main street.
E. R. SToxes-Announces his rc-estab
lishmnent in the Book binding business,
after Leing Shermanized, and is now better
prepared than before to execute work in
his line, havmng the latest improved ma
chines and the best ofimaterial. We can
vouch for the truth of this, having had
the sa tisfaction of an ocular examination.
It is a fact worthy the attention of all
persons wanting blank books made, or
any kind of work done in this line to sendl
th'eir ordecrs direct to him, as thereby
ther will save pei haps an item of charge,
where such orders are sent to the North.
J. Mrsnc-Hlas just opened a first
class dry goods house, his goods having
been all piurchased at first hands and
nith great care, he is enab)led to sell
cheaply. Persons visiting Co'umbia
might be profited by a visit to his store.
GuRAEsEa & M'JessiN, Commission
and Forwarding Merchants, (Gervais St.,
Columbia, S. C. Planters will find it to
the-ir interest to intrust their business to
the-se gentlemen. See card in another
ERowNE & SemRM~E-ThoUgh last are
by no means least. This fim though
young hiave by an active and well turned
bus~iness capacity risen into public favor.
XX~ ~ nrui ~CPul them before and do so
Charleston and other Advertisements.
HUNT & Bro-Con mmission merchants,
Charleston are agents for the concentra
ted corn and cotton fertilizer, which
having been tested is proved to be equal
to Guano used in the same field. This
fertilizer is highly recommended and
planters will do well to send on their
orders which will be promptly filled.
MrIlNoR, WILBER & MARTIN-Dry
goods house, Gharleston. A flattering
notice of this house will be found in an
other column as also their advertisement,
to both of which attention is called.
PAVILION IIOTEL-This hotel is still
open and conducted :is of old in the best
manner, ar.d the travelling public in
search of comfort or contenience cannot
do better than visit it..
MIERCHANTS HIOTEL, Charlston. The
friends of this old favorite will be pleased I
to learn that it is under the efficient,
management of Messrs. Savage & Ensign
and open f;r their accommodation
MESSRS. JOHNSTON, CREWS & Co.
This well k nown wvholes:Je firm, INo. 41C
hIlayne st., Charleston, are direct im- 1
porters of staple and fancy dry goods.
MILLS IIorsE.-Mr. Purcell l'as ag,in
refitted and refurnihed his splendid
J. T KER & Co., Kerrs Wharf, ad
vertise pure Peruvian Guano, at lowest
market prices. A large supply will
always be kept on hand.
MESSRS. CARWILE & McGAUGriN, r
Banking and Insurance Agents, at New
berry, are prepared to buy and sell Lx
change on CGh:arle.ton and \.w York
this is important to the lusiness con
munity. They are :-o Agents for some i
of the very best Insurance ^Companies t
now extant. Now is the time to insure
your buildings, cotton, merchandize, etc.,
etc. Insurance is the best investment 1
that can be made. Sce to it in time.
Ma. RICuAI:n DAvis advertises his
planta.ion near New Market Depot, Ab
beville Di-t., fur sale. It is said to be
as handsome a place as can be found in
the up country. Superb (fire proof t
brick) dweiiin, elegantly furnished ;
barn, stab,les, (Gin house, servants quar
ters, etc., etc. The grounds contain 820
acres, 400 of which is cleared.
Mf ZS'-s. WILLIAMs & FELCZ'SON, have
left the ir notes and accounts in the hands
of Y. J. Pope, rsq'r., for collection. See
.a... vourscrves accordingly.
Mn. Ci:.is. M. Josis has re-opened his
carriage snop, and will make and repair
all wo k in his line %. ith ncatness, cheap
ness and dispatch.
Ma. RoBERT STravtRT, advertises a su- t
perior qu:lity of axes and shoe thread,
in to-day's paper. Thiose i:rwan t of the
above ha l better examine the sme, be-t
fore p urchasing elsew here.
MEss:ns. Gnmumn.tu & KITT.EBAD.
These enterprisin~g young gentlemeni
hav-e formed a copartnership in the Gro
cery a:nd Dry Goods business.
JOHn Risra, Adonr.-Calls attention of
persons indebted to the estate of G. A.I
Riser dec'd who are called upon to make
paymerint of their indebtedness:
S. WX. SI'rAmux-W ill sell at his resi
dence on the 22d of Nov., valuable prop
Qrty, for nii enuimeration of which see
Mr:ssas. ANTrOxY & Co., New York,
manufacturers of all kinds of Photograph
ic materials, and have for sale, a great
variety of Photographic and Stereoscopic
viexws, Albums, &c. See card.
0. D. S.InTn, notifies parties indebted
to the rirm of G. D..Smith & Co., that
their notes and accounts have been placed
in the hands of Y. J. Pope for collection.
W. II. WEBB, Esq.-To all whom it
MAYES & MARtTiN.-MuleS wvated.
THE MOt'NTAIN GoMING TO X.l tIoMET.
The Buffalo Express notices the removalt
ofa large woolen manufactiring establish
ment fromr Scotland to that city. It is
proposed to mnanufacture woolen goods on
a large sc-ale, making a speciality of Bal
moral skirts. This movement results
f-rm the manifest adlvantage which must
accrue to the British mianufaicturer, in
lacatinig his fictory convenient to the raw t
material, this avoiding heavy freights
and also enabling him to put his goods
in theO hands of the American consumer
free of the heavy revenue charges whlich
would be levied on the same goods if
The advantages wh ichb have induced
this discerning~ Scotchrman to trans,fer
his woolen mill to Buffalo, which is a
desirable- wvol market, shnould ah o in
11luence the lo:ds! of Ma nches-er to es
tablish factories in thme cotton districts of
the South. Would it niot be wise fur
our State L'gislatutres to offer sonme
speci:Jl inducemnent to suich inve-stments,
by exemrpting capital invested in manu
factunres from taxation fir a certain
per iod This idea was entertained wimth
considerabiIle favor years ago, and it
appie ith increased weight to our
M m.ar. RISTO i's STLLET COSTUME.
A Newx Y mk j..urnal says:
Whib lon her way- to thme photographic
gallery, Madame R istoi i was attir ed in one
of the most mnaguilleent costumes ever
s'en in Broadnx ay. llenr dress was of
the heaiest black dlamnask silk, with
large a ite stars nxovenm into the text ure
of the fabri': in a manner which made
the stamrs look as if thev were made of
iilr. This dress has been chosen in
Paris as a pecuir compliment to the
tastes of the American people, who arc
supposed to be so proud of seeing the
stars of the flag displayed on all occasions.
Tlhe head dress consisted of whbite lace
lappels of the mnsst costly and fairy-like
workmanshiip, hung peindan t and covering
the ears, reaching down to where the
dress was faste' I at the throat. The
headdress w:s eunrmo?tnted by several
beau iful mawnrabouit feat hers, and( fronm
each eatr hung pendant a string of dia
miond drops, four in number-valued at
$12,000 -very nassive ini their appear
ance. The1 parasol was one of the finest
and heaviest white silk ; in her hand she
carriedl a Chinese fan of intricate work
The Beaver I)arm (Wis.) Citizen says~
that arsenic-eating is practiced by many
of the young ladies in that town for the
purpose of giving themselves a clear
white complexion and thus enhance their
attractions, addls that instead of the de
sired result it gives them a "deadly,
waxy, whitey look, like a varnished
RAI ROAD OBsrUCios.-Some ma
liious individuals built, some day last,
week, a fence across the Railroad track,
just belo0W this place. Fortunately, asi
the tra was anprmnching, though it I
So far as we have been able to see and
learn the tone of the press of the State
and of the South is totally in opposition
to the acceptance of the Constitutional
The Baltimore Evening Transcript of
the 20th irst., concludes an article on
this subject, in reply to the New York
rimes, as follows :
"We hardly know how to reply to
this article in a serious vein. Does the
I'imes really hope that the Southern
People are going to turn their backs up
>n those who fought, and bled, and gave
heir all to their cause ? If so, it will be
,adly (lsafpointed. We can assure that
Journal and the North in general
.hat the south will never conseut to
brow cbloquy upon the graves of their
:herished and illustrious dead, and,
Imong hosts of chers, will not abandon
Mch living het ,es as Forrest, Hampton,
Johnson and Lee. NEVER ! No NEVER !!
An editoiof one of our Florida ex
hanges reinarks that he admires tilters,
)ecause he likes to see as much of his la
lv friends a possible. IIe ought to be
ug. We don't ,bject, ourself, taking
Ln occasional peep at a strip of dimity
r an inch or two of white stocking, but
hen we don't like to go the whole hog.
)ur Florida brother must improve his
Miss Rye, the English agent for fe
nale emigration, has just sent out to
delborne one thousand young women,
he majority of whom are English, a con
iderable number Irish, and a few Scotch.
'hey are all girls qualified by physical
icalth and moral character to take posi
ions as servants of various ranks.
A cl,up inquired at the post office in
rie, the cther day, for a letter for"Ene
-y logden." He was told there was
ione. "Look cre," he replied a little an
:rily, "you've hexammened a hodd letter
or my name. It don't commence with
aitch ! It begins with a ho ! Look in
he ole that's got the ho's !"
GoMAING IT oN THE ASSEsSoR.-A bold
issessor in Michigan notified an amateur
nidwife to pay her license ; she answer
d that whatever she did in that way
vas to "accommodate" her neighbors,
mad heaped coals of fire upon the offi
iai's head by offering to bring him
hrough gratis if he should ever be "in
.at prccarious situation."
At the celebration of a marriage, a
arge number of young ladies present,
he Minister said : "Those wishing to
>e joined in the holy bonds of matrimo
~y will please stand up," and nearly all
ne young ladies arose.
Near ly twvo thousand Germans leave
~urope every week, for the United States,
ni the Bremen and Hlamiburg mail steam
rs. A company is established at Co
>nhagen to encourage the emigration ef
Janes, Norwegians and Swredes to the
The Natiovaal Intelligencer pniblishes a
ist of ninety Generals who support the
-estoration pol:cy of the President.
Xmong themu are Generals U. S. Grant,
Sm. T. Sherman, George B. McClellan
mfd'other names of distinction.
It is said that Confederate notes are
'et taken by some country traders, un
ir the impression that in some way or
abher the South v. ill vet achieve inde
W e have the authority of the Boston
['ranscript for saying that "the black
ieck chains worn by young ladies are
.e most useless, 'dowdy' ornaments ever
vorn except by Indian squaws."
London Jones, freedman, convicted
ast week of the murder of Mr. A. D.
Salker, has been scntencedI to he execu
ed on Friday, the 30th of November.
Mrs. Eva Lancaster, wife of an Edi
or in Texas, is conducting the paper
hile her husband is avoiding arrest by
he Freedman's Bureau.
There is a shop kept by a lady in New
ork, in the windowv of which appear
hese words :"No reasonable offers re
It is estimated that three thousand
unigrants have been killed on the route
o Montana, this season.
The Illinois girl who lately lost her
peech (sare wvhispering, has had forty
wo offers of marriage.
A Flemi,h newspaper actually bears
he name of the R.usselorschleuwoodig
Why is the iwldorser of a note called a
urety ? Because he is almost sure to
A girl bahy has been horn at La Crosse
'ith. two tongues. Won't her husband
~atch it if she lives to have one.
Juin says that a pretty woman is
he only tyrant that man is not author!
ed to resist.
Was Washington a conservative ?
No. IIe was a Virginia rebel.
Markets corrected weekly by Mayes and Mar
Bagging, G unny, per yard,.......... ...42 a45c.
Dundee. " ...............35c.
[ale I:ope, M inilla, per lb............80 to 85c.
" H lemp.... ............... .25 to 3'*c.
Plough Steel, per lb,........................18c.
L. S Iron,............. ...................12 to 14
5 we ede Iron,.................................14
Coffee, I1,............. ......................85j
" .J 1t ,......................................5
Sugar Brown,............................. ......1
" Refined,......................23 to 25
Salt, Liverpool,............................ 4 c0
Mackerel, kIts, .. ................. .........4 0..
S Sperm,........................... ......50c.
Molasses, Sorghum,...........,.............1. 0
Produce Market-Wagon Price.
Butt er, per pound,................. .........250.
Bee f, ............ ..........10 to 12
Bacon, " ....................25 to27
Eg s per~ d ot ................................. .2)c.
iour, per bbl.i ..............................16 '00
Lard, per pound,............................25c.
leas, per Lbhl,......... ..... .,...........1 50
Chickens...............................20 to 30
NEwBERRY, Nov. 6.-Gotton market
closed brisk at 31j; Sales of week 150
CoLU3fBIA, Nov. 6.-Cotton 83 to 35,
Corn $1,60, Flour 12 to 18.
NEw YORK, November 5-Noon. -Gold
18. Sterling dull, at 91-, for sixty days.
Cotton firmer, at 39 a 41.
7 P. M.-Gold 48k. Flour quiet.
Wheat 2 a 3c. better
MOBILE, Noveomber 5.---Cotton sales to
THE REV. Lo'IcK PIERE.-This emi
nent divine and remarkable man, who
has been filling the Methodist pulpit in
this city for several days, is physically,
mentally and morally study for the
thoughtful. He has few if any living
peers. He has been preaching the gos
pel constantly, faithfully and ably for
sixty-two years, having commenced his
labors in 1804, being now 82 years of
age, yet, on Sunday last, he preached
two sermons of over an iour's length
each, and lectured the Sunday School
besides. What a living hero ? Let the
youths of the present day behold and
listen to this exemplification of the man
of God-take heed to his counsels, and
live as he has lived. "Then shall thy
days be long in the land which the Lord
thy God giveth thee," and "thou shalt
go down to thy grave well stricken in
years and full of honors."-Griffin Star.
"THAT's WHAT'S THE MATTER ?"-Why
are the Mongrels so fearful lest all their
work will be undone, that they work to
blind this generation and all future ones
not to disturb it? Because they know
in their hearts, if they will not confess
it with their lips, that from the day that
Mr. Lincoln called out 75,000 men to co
erce the Southern States, to this, they
have done scarcely one constitutional act !
That's what's the matter!
CAR LE & McCAUGHRIN,
Banking& Insurance Agents,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Buy and Sell Exchange on Charles
ton and New York.
Insure Buildings, Cotton, Mer
chandize and other property,.
against loss or damage by fire.
Nov 7 2mo.
C, m. JONES,
Newberry C. H., So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and surrounding country that he has
re opened his carriage shop, and is now
prepared ta execute all work in his line in
the neatest manner, and with dispatch.
Will make and repair
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons,&c.
THE undersigned have this day form
ed a partnership, under the name and
style of Girardeau & Kittleband, for the
purpose of carrying on a general Grocery
and Dry Goods business, in the Town of
Newberry. G M. GIRAfRDE A U,
Nov. 7. 3t. S. D. KITTLEBAND.
PERSONS indebted to the late firm of
Williams & Ferguson, Druggists, will find
their notes and accounts in my hands for
collection. Dr. Edward Ferguson, to whom
all the assets of this firm have assigaod,
MUST have the money before the 1st of
January next. Y. J. POPE.
Office over Fair & Moorman, Law Range.
Nov. 7th, 1866 4t.
To .1l Whom
IT MAY CONCERN!
Know all men by these
presents, that I, W.M. H. WEBB, of the
Village of Newberry, State of South
Carolina, being of sound mind and in
good health, do by these presents de
clare that I have been accused of putting
the prices '-f goods down much to the
detriment of both JEW and Gentile.
I W. HI. Webb, therefore, do from this
date declare that I have made arrange
ments, by which I w ill be able to supply
all who favor me with a call, with goods
at a still GREATER REDU'CTtoN in prices. I
have a large stock of goods on the way
and shortly to be opened at fabulously
low prices, and to convince the public of
this it will be only necessary for them to
give me a call.
Nov. 7, 45--tf. W. H. WE BB.
12 Number One
nov'7 45 tf MAYES & MARTIN.
SMITH & CHIRISTIN'S
ON MAIN ST., NEWBERRY,
IS now handsomely furnished and well
supplied with all kinds of pure lIquors.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
Geo. A. Riser deceased, are requested to
make payment on or before tl'e first day
of January next. Ar.d those having
demands will please present ?hem on or
before that day. JOHN RISER,
Nov. 7th, td. Admr.
Just received and direct from the mannu
facturer, a large lot of superiar Axes, equal,
or superior, to any Axes in the market.
Just-received a lot of the very best Shoe
Thread imported. R. STEWART.
Nov.7 45 4t.
All persons indebted to the late firm of
G. D. Smith and Co., are notified that they
will,:nd th.ei:. Noes and Acunnts in the
R. & W. C. Swaffield,
Columbia, S. C.
A full assortment of Fall &
Winter Clothing, for Men
and Boys. at very low prices.
a Clothing made to order as
usual on short notice.
November 7 3mo.
Main-st., Columbia, S. C.,
(Next toFisher and Lowrance,)
Calls the attention of the
Trade and the Ladies Visiting Columbia, to
examine her superb stock before purchasing
Wholesale and Retail.
Ladies Curls and Hair in all shapes.
Nov 7 3mo.
New Dry Goods House,
Under Carolinian Office,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
Boots & Shoes,
STOCK NEW and constantly replenished
from first class houses, and sold at very low
prices. November 7 Imo.
P. B. Glass,
Books and 2ia1ionery,
PlLAIN-sT., (a few doors west of Main-st.,)
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wholesale p urceh as e rs,
schools, and Libraries supplied on special
Orders by mail attended to carefully and
promptly at New York prices.
Blank Books made to any pattern at low
est prices. Novr7 6mo.
Hats,Caps and Leather.
First store above the Court House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
November '7 Imo.
Graeser & McJnnkin,
Gervais Street, Columbia, S. C.
WOULD respectfully inform thecir friends
and te publie gen eral ly that they will
a tendi person a lly to3 all buih in-mrusted
to :hemt. Thev "ill BUY (GTOT\0 ON
OR~ DEli ORl SELL IT or any of the PRO
DUCTS 01F TIlE CJOUNTRIY, on as faivor
able term's as any house ini the city. 'I h?y
are also p epared to STORE or FORWARD
Gottonr~, to be .old either ina Chia rleston,
~Nw York, ori Liverpool.
Being familir with all necessary details
in'relation to the Internal Revenue Tax,
Cotton Lent to our care will be forwarded
Planters~a'ud others will find it to their
interest to entrust to us the ,ransaction of~
their business. C. A. GRA ESER,
WV. s. McJUJNKIN.
Nov. '7, 1866 45-tf.
On the first Monday in De
cember, 3d prox.,
Will be sold on the premi
ses, my Plantation, contain
ing 820 acres,
situated in Abbeville District,S. C.,
within 4 miles of New Market De
pot, 7 miles below Greenwood, and
7 miles above 96 Depot, G. &. C.
Railroad. There is about 400 acres
cleared, the ba'ance woodland.
The improvements on the place
are not surpassed by any in the
up country, consisting of a Fire
Proof Brick Dwelling, (9 rooms,)
all nicely furnished (Gothic style,)
Barn, Stables. Gin House and Ser
vants' Quarters, all in good repair.
Any further information can .be
obtained by calling on, or address
ing the subscriber.
New Market, Abbeville District, s. C.
I WILL SELL at my Residence on
Thursday, 22d of November, the follow
ing property, viz:
Corn, Fodder, Shucks, Mules, Cows,
n,.......s;~n TAnl~ Hon~ho1d and
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in English and Amerioat
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings, Mill Stones,
Bolting Cloths, Circular Saws,
Mill Irofs, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
Wholesale & Retail,
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK,
Columbia, S. C.
November 7 6m.
Keep constantly on hand,
and at LOW PRICES, a full and well-selected
Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, to which
they invite the attention o" ^neir friends of
Newberry, on visiting the City.
They pay the highest market price *e
all kinds of Country Produce, and regest
those having such to sell, to give them a
trial before selling elsewhere.
All orders for goods promptly filled.
They would also respectfully solicit orders
appertaining to the COMMISSION BUSI
NESS, and pledge tl:mselves to a faithful
discharge of all matters entrusted to their
Buying, Selling, Shipping or Storing.
Main-st., Columbia, S. C.
1856] Established [1856
Shiermanized, February, 17, 1865.
Opposite J. C. Dial's Hardware Store,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Blank Books-manufactured in the best ad
most substantia! manner.
aing a rhased sSuperio Enlin sadEh
Blk Boos and al othr wor ~eu a
any style and pattern they may desire, in h
Blark Bk and oter Paer otth best qualty
always on hand. Music, PeriodicaLs, Iaw
Books, and alW other works bound to mait em
tomers .. norT 7Sm
1000 BUS. WHITE CORN,
500 " Mixed Corn,
10 Hhds prime Bacon Sides &Should'rs,
10 Bags Rangoon Rice,
50 Barrels Super. Extra Flours,
50 Sacks Salt (Liverpool,)
50 Bales Eastern Hay, (Prime,)
To barter for Cotton or Cash,
Graiu of all descriptions constantly oa
hand. Orders promptly filled.
BROWNE & SCHIRMER,
Main Street, Volger's New Store.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 1 1886.
Nov. 7 45i 6nm.
C, F. JACXSON,
Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
(Next door to Messrs. J. & T. R. Agnew,)
Has constantly on hand a full and well
selected stock of
Staple and Fancy DRY GOODS,
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICSB.
and persons visiting the City will find it to
their advantage to give him a call.
CALICOES, from 1 21c. to 25cts.
Alpacas and Poplinis, from 30c. to 75.
Ladies Kid Gloves, *1.00.
Breakfast Shawls, from $2.50 to $8.01).
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, from $6.00 to $25.08
Hoop Skirts, from $1.00 to $4.00.
Miy stock is too varied to give a
list in detail, but simply present the
above as a specimen.
C. F. JACKSON.
Nov. '7, 6mo.
E. E. JACKSON,
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST,
Keeps on hand a choice selection of
FOR SALE AT 1 OW PRICES.
CalI and see. nov 7 im
Boot& Shoe Store.
The underSignedl takes p1ea
sure in informingthecitizenls
of INewberry; that he has
opened a general
Stock of Boots & Shoes,
In the new Bank Building, Qpposite
the Court House, Columbia, S. 0.
Where be will be pleased to see all who
-r in -a of theabhrve gnnds. His aim