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KEWBERRY, S. C
We ay Xoning, November 28, 186&
Advertisers are respectflly informed that
Sthsir favors mtst be handed in by 12 o'chck
on Taesday of each week, to insure insertion.
The Newberry Union Bible Society
meet at Tranquil. on Saturday next.
An address will be delivered by Rev.
The Charleston Mercury.
The above venerable journal, like a
good old friend, after a lengthened ab
-sence, once more visits our sanctum.
The introductory remarks of its editor
are happily conceived and pertinent, and
give an earnest of the dignity and con
aistency of the paper.
We had the pleasure last Saturday of
I neeting, for the first time, with the edi
tor ofthe Clinton True Witness. Brother
Jacobs is an amiable and agreeable gen
- eman. Long live the Witness and its
able editor. -
That distinguished soldier and courtly
':ntleman, Gen. M. L. Bonham, graced
r our office with his presence last week.
Gov. Bonham is a member of the Legis
a_ure from our sAter District of Edge
211eld. _ _
Pashion Bookt and the Book Store.
Messrs. Duffie & Chapman Wiil accept
our thanks for copies of the Ladies' fashion
books-Bon Ton ; Petit Messager ; Go
ey's and Peterson's, all of then) elegant
5ie accompaniments, and which no lady
can, we imagine, will do without. Bon
Ton and Messager are particularly at
.;octve, but all of them are excellent.
wiley wl furnish Peterson's Magazine at
"+ - "1; Godey's Lady's Book at ;3 per year,
!on Ton (with patterns already cut,) at
47; and Petit Message-, (a!.o cat pat
1 nsy) at $5 per annum. If any thing
-U_antedin the_Book and Magazine line,
gweSour orders to Damthe & Chapman.
Fur D. cember 1-No. 15,-contains:
Arebie Lovell. By Mrs. Ed . ards.
~Wth an- ilustration); Earl Mord. By
.4 O'Connor; Walt Whitman and
I~-drum taps." By John Burroughs ;
..Amieican Cavalry of the Revolution.
G 46oneI A,. G. Brackett :Amei ca
ban~dOf Wealth. By John A. Church,;
* as11:Mad? By Lily Devereux Blake;I
osbr andlMen. By-James Franklin
lits; 1eHotrope. By Ina D. Coohrith
-h.laveings. By Anthony Troll ope;
Mr. 3 winburne's Poeurs. By Rlichard
- rant White; Nebule. By the Editor
Coitaining: -Tennyson's Brnther; Hecrr
a4 Frau; Bi-igham Young and his
romnen ;" Mr. USrus W..Field and his
'atiod; Newr York and Boston as
terary centres ;Surnames.
hte "price of the Galaxy is$ a year.
or six nionths. As it is published
'* as often, it is really the che'ipest
* ir~ne- in the country. Address
S,. & F.. P. Church, No. 29 Park,
- Q,We aresorry to learn that the G. & G
b aselQst the services of several of
. - -pblic servants. Mr. J. B. Browne,
-- aser machinist, is no longer connected
t-ih^the road. Mr. A. C. Small, master
h'~ i safpenter shops has accepted a
otction on the S. C~. RI. R., at l!amhurg.
- s. SmId is an experienced mechanic
we eentjy.2wit:mssed the evolutions of
SDodu-orth's plainer, put up almost
entirely. by .himself. The patent for
- Rhich having run out. Mr. S. maide the
dawings, patterns, and the work.' It is
g. baadsome pie'- of mechanism and
~oaks. charmnigy.v 'This is another
tudenice of. Southern skill and ability.
Mi. L.~McCoy a nd Mr. Beckmian, clerk
4. and store keeper- of the Ilelena work
S- hopsk are no longer. attach?ees of the
id. Previous to transferinig their
-ripers, the books aind accounts were!
~>esamined by the Secretary of the road
andfornd to be correct. We regret that
d-tese gentlemen have~le-ft the road, but
~ hanges belong to time. We wi-h- them
An. H An., KErrea.-The Louisville
- onrier says that Kentuckyv has an im
snense stirplus of corn and meat this
season, and she intends to give liberally
of them to her suffering brethren izn the
' South.. Fo'r this purpose societies are
berno' org-anized tbrouighout the State,
and lefore the close of the y-ear we hope
- hear of one in crery county.1
.e also learn fr-om the - Courier, that
The Louisville, Frankfort and Lexington
Ra.ilroad Compan~y, armounce that they
will transport over. their roads, free of
charge, all contributions for the destitute
poor of the South.
All of which is creditable to our more
favoredsister State, and for which she
~ill have the gratitude of the Scoth..
An editor in Illinois recently saw a
*patent clothes washaer. It was in the
-s . 1ape of a w heelbarrow. T he revolutions
ofthe wheel put in motion a crank that
mnoved a plunger that pounded the clothes.
The body of the box was mounted where
the load~is in a wheelbarrow. On the
top of the box was a wringer. A lady
can put her clothes into her machine,
pick it uip, and go out caliing; the longer
her list of friends the further she n il
have to wheel her burden and the better
her elothes will be waThed.
MEE.TING OF STATE Counrs.-The
Court of A ppeals will meet at Columbia
on Tuesday, the 27th inst., and applica
tions for admission to the bar will be ex
amnined on Wednesday, the 2Srh inst.
Appeals from Charleston will be first
heard, and from the country circuits in
the following order, to wit : The west
ern, northern, middle, eastern and south
ern circuits successively.
The Court of Errors will assemble on
Thursday, 2th inst.-Marion Star.
ANOTHER FIRE.-AbOut 7 o'clock on
Friday evening last, an alarm of fire was
given and found to proceed from a stable
on Mr. Thos. Paysinger's premses. The
building being large, it was used in the
various capacities of stable, barn and
work-shop, and contained one horse and
mule, corn and fodder, besides a valuable
lot of dressed plank, all of which with the
exception of the mule (which fortunate
ly succeeded in making a timely escape,
but seriously scorehed) were destroyed.
Happening so early in the night, it
proved the salvation of the contiguous
houses, as our citizens promptly rushed
to the spot, and by the most determined
and vigorons exertions, prevented the
spread of the destructive element. Never
have we seen men work better, and with
such limited appliances. The freedmen
deserve much praise for the handsome
manner in which they behaved and
labored to stop the fire. Mr. Paysinger'c
loss is heavy, as in addition to the build
ing and its contents, including his
valuable mare, some 40,000 feet of plank,
the most ofit outside, were also destroyed.
Much sympathy is felt for him. The fire
it is believed was the work of an incen
TUE NEwBERRY CoLLEGE.-This Insti
tu,ion, it is not perhaps generally
known, is. open for the reception of stu
dents. Its claims on the community as
a means of education are important and
ought not now to be overlooked. The
people of Newberry particularly should
feel a just pride in having sucn an insti
tution in their Uitrict, as well as the
State at large; but it is now laboring
under pecuniary embarras.mient, from
the fact of the non-naym'nt of many of
its Scholarshin Bonds, and the dcfocul
ties incident to the war; and an appeal
is earnestly made that these be now paid,
either in full or in part. or where that
cannot be done, the interest even will be
a.ceptable, and afford such material re
lief, as will enable the Board of Trustees
to increase its usefulness. Without
means it cannot be kept going. Surely
the holders of these bonds will not suffer
he Newberry College to die a ling?r
ng death. The- Rev. T. S. Uoinest,
Trasurer&-;the Boa:d wvill be in town
on Sale-day, and wili be pleased to re
:eive :ny and all ameunts which may
Tur FE~EE UIsrRIDCfo-not of valn
ble jewelry, books, or ornaments of vir
tu andl art, but cf the stuff which ine
briates and makes mad, on Friday night
after the fire, was wit out dotibt the
prompting of a generous feeling, a happy
sense of relief that the donor had escaped
a burning. Hence the of'er to supply
ll workers, i:ihout respect to color,
to come and drink. It was generous
and kind, and appreciative of the mate
rial assistance afforded, but its effects
nfortunately were bad. Till a very late
our of the nmght, in fact till towards
morning, bands of intoxicated mner,
owling, swearing, prowled the streets,
in our immediate vicin.ity at any rate,
making night hideous with noise- and
blsphemy. In well regulated commu
nities this is never allow:ed, citizens are
not suffered to - be disturbed in their
peaceful slumbers, If men, black or
wite, make beasts of themselves, they
should be made to hu::t their holes at a
BAIGNas --Public attention is directed
to the favorable opportunity now offered
by Mr. Fo>t, who wiYl sell all the various
goods at the corner, known as the
rilinery store, regard!cms ofecost. There
eed be nio apprehension that this is a
tke in announcement, merely to attract
ttention, but a veritable fact. Mr. Foot
is determined to sell this stock of goods,
f whLich. he is and hais been for several
anuths the' sole owner, at very low
prices. IIis oiject is to close out the
concern, whikh has been a iosing one to
im, therefore the pri:es will be put
down to the lowcst fIgure. Lndies and
r,l!cthers in search ofb bargainis in millinery
and dry goods, should avail themseires
at once of this rare chance ; and gentle
men in want of clothing, boots and shoes
can have their wants supplied cheaply.
Try Mr. Foot, and be convinced.
Ba.Th& Toia's Buggy and Carriage
Factory, near the Depot, will be in order
for work on the first of December. We
have had the pleasure of examninng
specimen vehicles, manufactured by these
gentlemen, and must pronounce them
equal in finish, and( superior in durability
to those of Northern make, and cheerfully
recommend them as finished workmen
in all the priactical details of their
business. Anotber important feature is
that the vehicles made and offered for
sale are cheap, the secret of which is,
that they are both energetic working
men, and understand their business
thoroughly, hence the very moderate
price at which they can sell them. Any
one wishing a fine vehicle would do well
to call and examine their work.
We call especial at:ntion to the card
of Miss Laura E. Narnce, agent for this
District of the Hollywood Baza:ar.
Although the Ladies have taken this
matter specially in charge, the Gentle
men of the district are requested to
Surely it needs "no appeal" to secure
from a section that has given so much of
courage, endurauce and fame to the annals
of the late wvar, to secure a contribution
proportionate for the memory of the
otherwise "unknown dead."
ing sun revels over a pleasing scene:
Horses, mules, dogs, camp fires, little
boys, big boys, men, wagons filled with
the fleecy fabric, carts with beef, chick
ens, etc., etc. Old Newberry has not
lost her fame and interest as a market.
T. F. H.IRMON's-Bush river store is
again .replenished with a seasonable stock
of goods, selected with especial care to
the'wants of his numerous friends and
customers, to which attention is respect
fully called. It should not be overlooked
that he does not keep Liquors in his
store; therefore the most fastidious need
never fear being annoyed. All praise to
him for this worthy determination.
B. J. SINLEroN-Ilas just received in
store another fresh stock of goods, to
which attention is invited. We know
that his prices are very moderate, having
made the trial, and therefore speak from
experience. Call on him and be con
C.uwILE & MCCGIN.-Another
supply of beautiful R,ck Island goods.
These goods in finish an(i quality are su
perior to any northern cassimers. Also
prints, shirtin.s, sheetings, &c.
PIANO for Sale-Any one wishing a
fine Piano cheap, had better apply early
at this oCuce.
I). GoIGANs-Parti'>s indebted to estate
of W. D. G,ggans,deceased, are earnestly
requested to settle.
J. C. ReIDR..-Sale of balance of
personal property, estate of Geo. AshTord
AUCTrON SAms-to-morrow, 20th inst.,
M. W. rythewood, Auctioneer.
SUEItrF SALES.-lI. H. Kinard, Sheriff
UNITED STATES INTEaNAL REVENUE.
Wm. Sunmer, Assessor. Read Mr.
Summer's card very attentively.
PLANTATION TO RENT-W. F. Nance
Ad 'r. See Car] for particulars.
Jorvn-'s Kid Glove ch aner. SLe
F. H. Do.:I:; - Deitors notice
money wanti"g-a tend to the warning.
There are agents all over the South,
urging r egroes to emig'rate to M issiscippi
and other States, and other cou ntries,
anid many are g'oing. This is because
our farmers are not exerting tbemiselves
to re:ain them as laborers. We cannot
doubt, but that, every one, who leaves
is an injury to the country. It is best
to use all fair and legal means to make
the blacks contented, and encourage
them to make another effort, and perhaps
propitious seasons and hard work wi!l be
profital!e to themselves and their cm
The Tuiskegce (Alta.) New s cautions its
readers against inducements recently
held out to them to remove to Texas.
Men of good judgment have just returned
from that State, and state that the crops
reported in that quarter are confined to a
MArtn~ONIL. -All the folks what
aint warried, and are big enough to stand
up to the (h):tlter, are getting married in
Augusta. It is the best thing we know
of for the coming generation. Sa sayeth
the Atlanta New Era.
A western Bohemian repeals the gift
of a bottle of Spruce beer on the ground
that it is contrary to the rtules of the pro.
fession to tell a doPar arnd a half lie for
six and a fourth ce:.ts.
There have been sixty six divorces in
New Haven since January l. What a
Mattinmity is raging thrnughout the
To Gen. H. H. Kinard-Dear Sir-We
have been informed that you are the acting
Sheriff of Newberry, and as it is expected
tbe Courts will be openl at the meetiPg of the
next Legislature, itis the wish of many per
sons that you offer vnurself as a t'andidate
for Sheriff at ensuing~ election in Jan-wary
next. Having been tried in that capacity,
and no. man ever having given more satis
faction, it is earnestly hoped that you wil1
signify your acceptance of a nomination.
Your qualification as an auctioneer, also,
particolarly miake it the duty of all to sus
tuin you should you run. Property sold in
your bands will nor suffer depreciation. In
conclusion we beg you as the fitting m:ma for
the occasion to declare yourself at once, and
we will work for you. NAANY FRIENDS.
-Owing to great misfortunes, and at the
urgent solicitations of many persons, and the
above call, I have been induced to declare
myself a candidate for SheriiT at the elec
tion to t.ike place on Tuesday, the 1st day of
If the people of Ncwberry District will
again put confidence in rpe, and elect me
Sheriff, their confidence shall not be abused,
for I shall discharge ihe duty with credit to
mvself and honor to the District.
Nov. 27th 1856. H. HI. KINA RD.
To the Ladies of Newberry District.
I hve be en re(o UestedI, by the agent
acf tenpe fart of South Carolina, to
act s aentfor Newhierry D)istrict for
the 1llllwood Enz-ar, to be0 bhl in
Richmond0 , Va., in Fenruatry ne*xt, for
the pur pose of ra6n adt be ap-i
pr opti ted to the care of 1t graves of
i.eI de ad Confederate soldiers, buried in
.at y of otur Caoroh Ina volunite ers lie
buried in thi State of battle fields, :. .d I
taklthois means of solicit ing from, thle
ladies of Newberry contributions for the
Uelieving that no appeal is necessary,
Iask that n!! who are disposed to con
tri bute articles of handiwork or rmcney
wil have thiem, by the 20)th Jar.uary
next, at either of the following places in
The Book Store of Messrs. Duffie &
The Store of Mr. Ri. Stewart and Dr.
The Drug Store of Mr. Jno. W.
TDE RI(HT SNTI.MENT.-WC do not
pretend to speak for all the Southern
people-some there are whose hearts
may be full of cowardice for all we know
-but for ourselves, and many W uioni we
have seen tried in the f-ry ord 'al of
battle, we can say that they, and W,
would prefer to dangle at the rop:'s c:(d,
rather than ask for pa;rdon, and the: cbc'
acknowledge the g.ilt of treason. We
acknowledge no sceh guilt. In the
forum of conscience. we are acquitted of
that crime, nay, our action is not only
approved there, but we ::re proud that
it was our glorio.; l iviI,". to have
assisted in the ba f'r oar libr:i
and our homes.-W :iistan Di.atch.
FIt: Ex;INES.-Ch:le-toni has five
new Steam fire engines. Prtdncne :tnid
sound jrudgruent dic;e tib", use of all ap
pli: nces of this sort. Tne engines super
seded by these new .s:n ones co bl lae
hlOugh t at a diset 2. t. 1' -"- vii H
Si; o u ld h a ve a fire eC = (. T 1 im r
tince of the subject in cery town the.
size of Lau:r!is, would , irr. the pur
Chasing a steam fire engl- eve-. With
no ap;; lances of reservoir for holding
water, the new Steam engine would suit
us best. What say our "city fathers?"
DISTRIBUTIONS -We would call attention
to the opinion of one of the leading papers
of Canada on this subject:
Most of our readers have no doubt read
some of the numerous advertisements of
Gift Enterprises, Gift Concerts, &c , which
appear fram time to time in the Tut.ic
prints, offering most tempting bargains to
those who will patronize them. In most cases
these are genuine lunibugs. But there are
a few respectahle firms who do bu-iness in
this manner. and they do it as a means of
iicre:ising their wholesale business, and not
to make money. From such firms, it is true,
handsome and valuable articles are procured
for a very small sum, and what ik more im,
portant, no one is ever cheated. Every per
son gets good value for his dollar; because
as we have stated, it is intended to act as an
advertisement to increase their ordinary
huiness. We have seen numbers of prizes
sent out in this wtay by Sherman, Watson &
Company, of Nasau Street, N. Y., and
there is no doubt that some of the articles
are worth eight or ten times the money paid
for them. wh ile we have not seen or heard
of a single article which was not worth the
dollar which it cost. But this is only one of
the exceptious of this rule, for as a general
thing the parties engaged in this business
are nothing but clever swindlers.
(So:urday teatier, Montreal, C. E., Jan. 13,
Markets corrected v.-e,kiy by Mayce ard Mar
Ln'3 tIi::1. - ov. 28.-Owing to the unfavor
able ace ua:s of the markets in Liverpool and
New York, cottou clo-ed with a downward
tender.cy, at 24 a 27. Sales of week 75 balas.
Bagging. (ulnny, per yard,........... 4c.
- D Undee, ".............. 33a35c.
Bale H ope, MI ni!!a. per lb,............39 t o 35c.
" " H emp ..................... .25 to 3 c.
Pough Steel, per lb. .....................18c.
H .S Iron,.................................12 to 14
N ti ,..... ....... ........................ 01
Blue? S ton4 ........................................ 2'
Coffee, t:i................... ..... ...............35
. J va,............. ..........................5)
" Iefined,.......................2. to 25
R ice,.............. .................. ......... is.
Mackerel, kits,........ ....................4 03.
" S perm,........................... .......5c.
Moas ses, Sorgzhum,...........................1: 0
" Cuba,................ .......1.1.-0
Producee Market-Wagon Price.
Butter, pcr pound,................... .........25c
Ieef, 'a.....................to to 12
Bacon, ".....................25 to 27
E.gg.., per rdoz,...................................2 c.
Four, per 6b.................................16 00
Lrd , per pOUnd,...............................25c.
Peas, per bushel,.... ........................ 1 50
Chickens.................................20 to 30
NerwBEnRY, Nov. :7.-Cotton.--The sales of
the p:st week were not large. only tw'enty-fiye
bales were sold a t previous quotations, 24 to 27c.
LivEnoL, Nov. 26.-The cotton market
oens quiet andi s'eady ; middlinguplandequoted
at 14k; sales to-day will probably reach 1 ,e0
AUOtrSTA, Nov. 26.-The market is firm aud
has advanced 4 a 1c., with sales of 391 bales, at
CExA11:9ToN, Nov. 26.-The market has ad
vaurced 4 a le ,sales to-day 290 bales, middling
SavaxxAe, Ncs. 26.-Sales to-day 400 bales,
mdig at 327.
AlOBILK-. Nov. 26 -Cotton sales to-day 630
bales mi !dling at 32;' 33; the market firm.
Iiitw OR..AS,Kov. 26.. Cotton sales of 5,
000 bales. low middlings at 32; middling 34 a 35,
w ith an upward tendency; gold 1384 a 138..
3MA RKET REPORlT-COLU.ItBIA, Nov. 17.
Corrected weekly by Browne & Schirmer, Gen
eral UCmnr is.i&n 3terchants. and Wholesale
Dealers in Ereaditffs an d Provisions.
COr ro-OrdiraSrv 10 good Orcim.ary. . ..25a
Low MIiddling to 3Iidd ling... .26k
G o d t o strict 3Iidd ling.......27!
PRovISIONS-Ba'on. Shoulders.........2 a2 'j
B iM Sides....... .......... 22
C!lear ribbed sidles.........2
Clear sides .............224
1nmi-----............... ...28 a20
GA x-Corn-w' hite................ ...Sa
M ix-d................... 173
Qals....... ....... .... ... 115
Peas ......... .. ....... .15 i
Sn pr --15m316
Cffe -- 3-2
tHa-- 25' cwt
Crted - - 2
Caudlhz - --- '.7u28
11oy's Super l'hophat
3IEssas Enrrons : You are authorized to an
noucee J(ltHIN W. COUNTS as a candidate for
the office of Tax Collector for Newberry Dist.,
at the ensuing electin. Mr. Counts is a gentle
inn every way: qualified for the office.
Fon Tax CoL.LrcTr.-Capt. JOHN WIL
LIAMS is respectfully nominated as a candidate
for the 'jiice of Tax Collector, Newlerry Dis
trict, at the next election.
Ocet.. Sist, 186i6. MANY FRIENDS.
M issats. EIrons-Plese n orninate Mr JOS.
W . 1Il L L as a suita ble candidate for the oflice
ot Tax Coliector, for the ensuing term. anid
oblige NEW BERRIY.
M rys 1 EDrrons-Please announce Mr.
JACU8 KI BLER a- a c indidate for~ the of,
fie oft Tax Coi:eetor, for~ the en-uing term,i
as~ in every respect qualified and worthy of
the (ofie, and obli;.e 'OLD) TIES.
M,:ssxs. EDITonls.-You will pica-c an,
nonce Tlh!U.\A 11. CR~OMER as a eandi
date for ;Tax Collector Newberry District . at
tie next election. MOLLO [10N,
Mt:ssuis. EDrroI's: Please announce Da.
ClARiJlON 11 60NDLEY, as candidate
for Tax Collector, or New berry District, at
the next election, and oblige'
M :ssuis. i: rrons:-Yo all please an
nou..rN. F". ,iuliNEON, as a candidate for
Shriro Ne.vberry)t D itr and ohdiige
April 4, 14. MANY FRIENDS
The friendis of Capt. TjjjS. M. PAYSIN
CER respetfully~ nominate him as a suitable
candidate for Sheriff of New berry D)istrict.
Messrs. E<litors-U nomldtinat ing Mr
Daniel B. Wheeler as a candidate for Tlax
Collector of Newberry District, you will
obige his many
July 4 W ARM FRIENDS.
Mr:ssns Etuoons: You will please an
once J1. U. SMITH, as candidate f,r the
'ice of Tax Collector, New berry district
and oblige MANY FIENDS.
Rock Island Cassiiners.
An assortment of very handsome styles, of
the above goods, for
GENTLEMEN'S WINTER SUITS.
Also a new supply of
Prints, Shirliugs, Sheetings, &c.
Just received by
CARWILE & McCAUGURIN,
nov 28 43 2r Agents.
W NVI-'we to the citizens of New
bet'rry on".] surrn-:c:-iing country, that we
iil connie:e o. r,Lions on the first of
OUR FACiUfY,NEAR THE DEPOT,
in one of MJr. Win. Langford's buildings.
We will be prepared to
BUILD NEW VEHICLES OF
ANY STYLE, PATTERN OR
that parties may desire.
We have a few Buggies on hand of our
own manufacture, of which we invite par
ties to call and examine.
Old Buggies and Carriages repainted and
trimmed, and made look equal to new. A
liberal patronage is solicited, and we pro
mise to give satisfaction if possible. All
we ask is a trial, as we are determined to
Terms cash cn delivery.
BURN & TAYLOR.
November 28 1
On Charleston AT PAR, in sums as wanted.
On New York in sums of 100 and upwards,
remitted promptly to order.
Made on Cotton and other produce con
signed to reliable houses in
Charleston, S. C.,
New York, and
On liberal terms. F. A CE
November 28 tf -Agent.
And NO HUMBUG !
I will sell, regardless of cost,
all the goods in my store, at
the corner, consisting of
iDry Goods, Millinery.
And a large variety of Goods
too numerous to mention.
2t M. FOOT.
Fine PIANO for Sale.
F or particulars, call at this office. 2
I will sell at the late residence of George
Ashford, dec'd, on Tuesday the 11th of De
cembher nexr, all the, remainidng port ion of
the personal property belonging to the es
tate of said dec'd, consisting of .\ules,
Horses, Cotton, Corn, Fodder, Plantation
and smith Tools, Wagon, &c., &c. Terms
cash. J. C. RICHARDS,
Nov. 28 48 2t. Adm'r.
Ho useh old & Kitchen Furniture.
M. W. BY Ti EWOOD), Auctioneer.
I WILL SELL, on Thu.rsday next, the 29th
instant, at my Sales Room, next to the post,
office. nlt 10 o'clock, A. M , the following
Furniture to wit :1 tirie mahogany Bureau,
with large glass. 1 common do . 1 large ye
necred bedstead, 3 maple do , 1 dining table,
1 wash. standl. 2 large rocking chairs, 12 sit%
ting chairs, 2 small do., do , 1 wardrobe, 1
mahogany and 2 small tables, cupboard,
fire-dogs, and a lot of kitchen utensils.. stove,
&c., &c. Alo
One Ladies fine side-saddle, (almos: new),
lot books, damsk window curtains, 1 fine
large carpet and many other articles too nu
merous to mention.
Newberry, Nov. 28 1
U. S. InternaL Revenue.
Notice to Tax Pavers
IS HEREBY GIVEN TIIAT DIVISION
No. 11 embraices the limits of 39th Regiment,
lying in Newberry from mouth of 2nd creek.
inj Wadlingtons, Newberry College,
Sampson Merchants to Chalmers' old mills,
the mouth of' Little River on Saluda, and
that all persons. firms, companies and corpo
rations engaged in anfy boriness, occupation
or professioni within the lImits aforesaid, for
whlich a license is rtquired. mu,t register
their mames with me in the marnner required,
by law for licenses from May 1st, 1865, to
May 1st, 1806, and from May 1st, 1866, to
May 1st, 1S67. This class embraces mlers
chants, traders, professional-men, distillers-,
peders, maniutacturers, tobacconists, cigar
make!rs, birokers, insuran1ce agents, &c., &c
Disuil!crs, manufactur'ers, and all other
persons films and corporations, who are re
quired to mtake monthly or i-monthly re
turns under the Excise Law, must come
forward at once an'd tualse such returns, be,~
ginning with May 1st, 1865. and closing with
the return for October, 1866,
Every person within the limits aforesaid
must make a return of' their incomes for the
calendar years of 1864 and 1865.
Executors, administrators, ;tustees and all
other persons who are int- ested in any les
gacies, dlistributiive shares, inheritances and
successions, must make returns from Janua
ry 1bt, 1804, to the present time.
A failure to comply with the above will
subject the parties to heavy penalties.
Assistant Assessor Div. No. 11 of the 3rd
Coll. D ist.. S. C.
Office at Pomaria, S. C. November 12th,
N. B.-rI "ll1 atrenrd a tNTrwberry C. 1._
Thos. F. llarmlon
Would respectfully inform
his friends and the public generally, that he
has just returned from Charleston, where
he has with great care selected
A Complete Stock of all Kinds of
Goods usually found in a coun
He solicits an examination of his stock,
which he promises to sell as
Cheap as the Cheapest.
Come one, come all,
And give me a call.
November 28 3t
KID GLOVE CLEANER.
ESTABLISHED 12 YEARS.
The only GOOD article for instantly cleaning
Kid GIoveg. They can be cleaned while upon
the hand, and worn immediately. It is inodor
ous. One bottle will c'ean 35 pairs. Price 35
cents. Retailed by most Druggists and Fancy
Stores. Wholesa!e by Demas Barnes & Co., F.
C. Wells & Co , and others, New York.
nov 28 2m
Plantation to Rent.
The Undersigned will offer for Rent, on
the first Monday in December next, at New
berry Court House. to the highest bidder,
the plantation of the late Asa Darby, de
ceased, in Newberry District. The lessee
will be required to give note and two good
sureties to -ecure the price of the rent, pay
able 1st Oct., 1867. Possession given at
once. WM. F. NANCE, Admr.
November 28 1
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
Henry Dominick, dec'd, are earnestly re
quested to make, at least, a small payment
on their Notes if they cannot do more, by
the first day of January next, as I am
desirious of making a sett'ement on said
Est,te the day following. Those who
refuse so to do must risk the consequences.
F. H. DOMINICK,
Nov. 28, 1866. 2t. Adrm'r.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
.Yewberry District-In Equity.
John C. Richards, Admr., v. Pettus W.
Chick, a: d others.
Bill for Sale of Land, Relief', Injunction, &c.
BY order of the Court of Equity, I will
At the late residence of Geo.
On Tuesday, the 11th Dec. next,
the PERSONAL ESTATE of said deceased,
for cash in currency.
And I will sell, at Newber~ry CourtHouse,
On the first Monday in Jan., 1867,
the REAL ESTATE of said dec'd,
consisting of a Tract of . ..d, containing
more or less, situated in Newberry District,
and bounded by landsa of Wmn. E. Hardy,
Mrs. Naince, T. K. Co6eld, Mrs. Harriet
Hodges and others-on a credit of twelve~
months, with interest from day of' sale
the purchaser being required to give bo.nd,
with at least two good sureties, to secure
the purchase money-or he may pay the
same in cash in currency.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. R. . D.
Corn's offico, 26 N ov., 1866. N23 4 *16.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
Thomas Hayne Chalmers, Jane Chalmers and
Malina Cha'mers, vs. Martha A. W. Chalmers.
Bill for Partition.
The creditors of Thomas A. W. Chalmers. de
cesed, are hereby required to reider in on oath,
ad esblish before the Commissioner. their
rsp:etive demands, on or berore the first day of
March next. SIL AS JO HNS1'oNE. C F.N.D.
Corn's. ofilCe, No. 26. 2866 fmr fl2
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
John C. Richards. rdnir. vs. P. W. Chick and
othe's. Bill for sale of land. relie.f, iujunction,
The creditors of George Ashford, deceased, are
hereby required to render in on oath and estab
lish before the Commissioner, their respective
demands, on or before the first of' March next.
StILAS JOHNSFONE, c.E.?N.D.
Com's of1ice, Nor 26, 1866. 3 m t12
By virtue of writs of attachment and by
ord.rs of Court, I will sell, at D. D. Stones'
residence, on Thursday, the 6th of Decem-.
ber next, the following property, viz:
Three head of Cattle, 2 colts, 1 wagon, 5
planes, 1 lot of hubs, 2 buggy iranies, cot
ton gin, 1 bellows. Levied on as the pro
perty of D. D. Stone, at the suit of J. C.
I will sel', at the residence of Robert
Anderson, on. the 10th day of December
next, the following property, viz: 3 colts,
1 mare, 1 jack, :38 head cattle, 3 sofas, I
desk, work stand, 2 bureaus, carriage, 6 ta
bles,2 elocks, 1 doz. chairs, lot of seed ert
ton, boiler, 2 gins and trappings, 2 reel;,.6
split-botom chairs, grind stone, vice, loom,
iron, cross cut saw, 2 spinning wheels, plow,
stock, centre table, 2 half round tables, 4
window shades, |wagon and gearing, 3 wash
stands, 2 dressing tables, sleys, 5 bedsteads3
furniture, swifts, glass, jugs, carpet. Levied
on as the property of Robert Adams, at the
suits of~ W. F. Peterson, James Baxter, E.
P. Lake, L J. Jones, Ben. Wells, John
Wallace, J. W. Speak,Ex'or., Pratt & Nance,
Wash. Floyd, A. J. Longshore, W. W.
Uouseall, et al, vs. Robert A dams.
I will sell, on sales day, the 3d Dec. next,
in front of the Court H-ouse, th~e following
property, viz: The 40 horse power steam
saw mill, located near Col. W. S. Chalmer's
residence. G miles nor -west of the town of
New berry, 6 or 8 mnules, horses, spring wag
on, and a one horse iron axle wagon, and a
great deal of other property, too tedious to
Come when the bell rings.
Terms of sale cash.
H. H. KINA RD, s. N. D
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 22, 1866.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
OFFICE COURT OF GENERAL SEssioNs AND
I, ELI JAHl P. LAKE, Clerk of said
Court, in pursuance of the directions of the
Act of the Legislature, in such case made
and provided, do hereby giye publie notice,
that an Election for Sheriff, for Newberry
District, will be held on Tuesday the first
.d.,, or Janu,ar, net a t the usual places-of
No. 2. Mollohon Row.
New Orleans Molasses,
Muscovado do. -,
Sugar Rouse Syrup,
A Fine assortment of
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
White Wine Vinegar,
Kerosine Oil, and Salt.
And various othe artiole of
Also a-Fresh Supply of
f ine assortment of
HOSIERY, for Ladies and Ge
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
AT VERY LaW PRICES
To all of which public attevtioris -
respectfully called.- Th. ladies.
will find it both agreeaile and pre
fitable to call.
Nov 28 47 tf - -
ALL Persons indebted to the estate o' -
W. D. Goggans, deceased, are reqaested to
make immediate settlement, either by casb
or such note as the creditors will receive.
Persons wishing to settle will find- me at
Newberrv Court House on every Monday. -
It is important that the estate be settled,up
at an early day. Those wishing to save cons w ca s
will come forward and Settle.
DANIEL GOGGANs, Adm'r.
Nov 28 St
Wanted, 50 dez. Eggs.r
We wish to .purchase 5004 doieig good
fresh Eggs, for which we will pay ~the hig.
est cash price. Bring them along.if fas
only have a dozen, we-will be glad to base.
them. LoVELACE & WHEELE1I .
Nov. 2147 tf.
W. H. WEBJ3
To his frienids and the public thast tb 9
And are Now Opeu,
And enibrace one of the fin9st
and best stocks of goods
ever before offered
in this place, such. ai
Fancy~ and Staple2
Ladies Dress goods~
White and Brown goods,
An examination of myso
is all that is asked, as I am
satisfied in being able to efe
sales if the goods are seen
They will be soMc at prio~
heretofore stated. -
Just-received anid direct frotn the hian
facturer, a large lot oftspedar Assageqag
or superi or, to any,Axes in the market.
Nov. 7 45 4t. R. -STEWART.
An excellent coolkingive -eieb 1ms
been used a few mo,nths only, and -a.~
greait sa tisfaction. Also an air*tigh tp1o
stove but little used and in good order, anid
a very fine Sow of the Essex breed. Inquire
at this c:tiice.
Nov. 2i 4'i 2L
Wood! Wood! Wood! Cheap! Cheap
'Good green oak andhbiokory wood een behad
for 5 cts.4horse luad by cutting and baal inhl
miles and a half from the vilfage on Bah
If persons desire to purchase it already eatan
corded, they can have it for S1 rioAd. Ap
plto- WILLIA B.se, REAH.
ov.; 21 47 4t. Summersn~
strayed or stolen froin the. subseriber en
the night of Saturday the 10th'i st, a
BLACi MARE NUL&
The said Mule is.gifout-fiftina hands]iugh'
and irl good order, iite und6r belly 'and
on inside <A the legs; hats a habit of sJlghbly
protruding the tongue when in use.
A reward of Fifty dollars will be pab by
the subscriber to any persos deMveag thei
Mule at my plantation, or, a uewar.d *T One
Hundred d-ollars, for the -recoyery of the
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