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We have jast mde some additions to our
Ntok In the way of a splendid assortment
S lack and Fancy Cassimers,
Block Merinos, Black Delaine,
Several pieces of handsome Prints,
A ?rr dozen of those splendid Ribbed Hose
ladles Balmoral Hose,
Misses Balmoral Hose,
Infants Brlnoral Hose,
Infants Knit Sacks.
Aao.s fresh supply of pure
and as plendid lot of LAMP CHIMNEYS,
beside many other goods not mentioned.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
nov 21 47
I do now for the last time warn parties
who are indebted to me by Note, and to
wife by Note or Account, that unless
they give me some reason for not paying a
part or the whole, they will be sued, if I
think they are worth the cost. I made a
'proposition through the Newber.-y Herald
- to take almost anything that was offered,
sad not the first man or woman has offered
. to pay me one cent, and I must now have
'tm-e showing about the matter. This is in
tended for all B. H. LOVELACE.
Nov. 21 47 tf.
Mrs. M. J. Jenkins,
Would respectfully inform the ladi.,s of
Newberry and vicinity, that she can now be
fAnd at her store, 'and is in receipt of a full
To which an examination is requested be
New 21 47 St.
* AMP WICK AND GL ASSES,
For sale Low, by JME &G.
nov21 Zt PAT,JMS O
* Butter, Butter & Butter.
1000 lbs. good fresh country made Butter
vIU be purchased by us, at the -highest
*.market price, for cash or barter.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
- -Nov. 21i 4'J Sf
* duty Ledge, No. 87, A. F. 11.
- -.'-E Regular. Communication of this
age winl be held at the Lodge Room, on
-Veeday night, December 3, 1866. A pune,~
atl4 attendance is requested.
By ordier ofthe W. M.
Nov. 21,2t- Secretary.
-Ihuds&m Milliney !
andreged avejust evened at Mr. A.
All and WIuter MLHiIIery Goods,
b' 1aw .Iheiy ~ 11etnhy invite the attention of
if.eldiesof New eryand surrounding con
th1woc decsist in part of Bonnets. Fea
ases, FeTes, Laeres ete. etc. Dress makng
- aentewMarth neatness and dispatch.
-- 44f . Mrs ii.-A. STODDARD & Co.
DR. T. wlIN.u
9ine French & Amer
OP ALL KINDS.
.ystaUzed Fruits, Rock Candy, plan Kis'
ess gilt and silver Kisses, Gum Drops, Rose
Dops, Vanilla and Cream Drops.
Cordial and Liquor Drops of all kinds.
Also Pates ple Foies Gras, Cepes, Oysters,
*Salmon, Sardines, Pickles, Pepper Sauce,
Ginger; Nlutmegs, &c
Also a fine assortment of FAMLY
Such as Coffee, Teas and Sugars of first
Sesides Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
best brands, Pipes, etc.
STORE OPPOSITE COURT flOUSE,
-* Antd next door to I iM. Suber & Co.
-Nov 14 46 tf
*ALL persons indebted to the estate of
*-Catharine Clark, deceased, are earnestly re
- -quested to make payment to the subscriber,
.And those having demands ngainst the es
zaui will present them duly attested. The
estate&mnst be settled up.
R. P. CLERK, Executor.
Nov. 14 46 St.
- The subscribers would respectfully in form
the public that tbyare prepared to con
t.inue .theTANYNG BUSINESS. Will tan
-on halves, or exchange leather f->r hides.
Will have a wag.on at Newberry C. IL., on
Sale day in December and January so that
auy one wishing to send their hides to the
Tan yard will avail themselves of the oppor
J. M.EPPS & CO.
Mellohion, Newberry District, S. C.
Nov. 1446 tf.
Fisk's Meta ll erial Ca888,
K H usrbrhsjs eevdaspl
F THE has Just recive a ~upplY
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
tvainfiwrnr~r whir4. ~ir~ nf th~ i~i~~t and
CARWIE & McCAUIRIN
Banking& Insurance Agents,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Buy and Sell Ext .ige on Charles
ton and New York.
Insure Buildings, Cotton, Mer
chandize and other property,
against loss or damage by fire.
Nov 7 2mo.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS.
The undersigned are prepared to make
Liberal ADVANCES upon Cotton
Consigned to Geo. W. Williams & Co., Mer'
chants and Factors. Charleston, S. C , or to
Williams Taylor & Co., Commission Mer
chants. New York.
They are also prepared to purchase Cotton
and other Produce, and have made arranges
ments to order Guano for Planters, from first
hands in Baltimore, to be paid promptly
CARWILE & McCAUGIIRIN.
Newberry, S. C., Sept 12, 1866. 37tf
iar in this Establishment can be
found almost any Goods uanted.%
Gents can find Broad Cloth, Doeskin
Casimer, Corded Casimer, Fancy Casi-.
mer, Satinets, Tweeds, Jeans, Kerseys,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, Cravats, Half
Hose, Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs &c.
For the Ladies, Merinoes, Plain and
Figured Delanes, Plain, Striped and
Figured Alpaccas, Persian Twiils, Lus
tres, White Goods, Gloves, Hose, Paper
Collars, Belts, Belt Ribbons, Belt Buckles,
Head Netts, Ribbons, Cloaks, Shawls,
Sontags, Scarfs, Nubias, Cravats, Balmo
ral Skirts for Ladies and Misses, Hoop
Skirts $1 ead; White and Red Flannel,
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Drill
ing, Canibrics, Bed Ticking, Irish Liner,
Towels, Diaper, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
Linnen Cutfs and Collars, Knit Hoods,
Sacks, Hoods, Balmoral Hose, for infants
and Misses, Table Damask, &., &e.
And in the Grocery line, Sugar and
Coffee of all grades, New Mackerel,
Cheese, Rice, Soap, Caindles, Starch,
Tndigo, Copperas, Blue Stone, Pepper,
Spice, Gmnger, Soda, Pickles, Oysters,
Nutmegs, Shoe Blacking and Brushes,
Curr y Combs, Tfable and Pocket Cutlery,
Hand Saw Files, Pad Locks, A xes, Cotton
Cards, Water Buckets, Nails, Spaying
Needles, Sewing and Pegging Awls,
Lasting Tacks, Jim Crow Cards, Spoons,
and a great variety of Fancy and Toilet
articles, Perfumnery, Toilet Soapw, Hair
Oil, Hair Brushes and Combs, Toys,
Paper, Pens, Envelops, Ink,Pencils, Pass
Books, &c., &c., &c.
All of which will be sold very low for
cash or bar ter only.
LOVELACE & W HEELER.
P. S. We will purchase all kinds of
Counatry Produce or barter for the same
at the highest market price. L. & W.
A. M. WICKER.
NUTS and TOYS.
H AS now opened his large stock of Fancy
Articles, on the lot formerly occupied by Dr.
Gouin, and immediately in rear of the cor,~
ner. His varied stock wVill consist of everye
thing in his line, Viz:
Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Soda, Ada
mlltinle Candles, Mackerel, Herrings, Sar
dines, Oysters in cans, Cheese, Crackers
andassorted Biscuits sweet and plain-mix
d and spiced Pickles, and Macaroni. Nuts
of all kinds, and a good assortment of Candy..
Also Citron, Currants, Raisins, Almonds,
Figs, Nurmegs, Spice, Pepper, Ginger,
Cloves, liace, and Table Salt and Salt in
Sacks. Tobacco of all kinds, Smoking and
Chewing, Cigars of every qualiry, Pipes, and
Parlor Matches. A great stock of Dye Stuffs,
ndigo, Madder, Lo.g Wood. Copperas. Fig
blue, Blacking and Shoe brushes, &c., &c.
Toys of every style for the Boys and Girls
in endless variety. Fruits of every kind in
season, and a.most every thing usually kept
in a well regulated Grocery Store. All the
above things will be sold cheap for cash.
October 24 tf A. M1. WICKER.
12 Number One
nov 7 45 tf MAYES & MARTIN.
The subscriber earnestly requests all in,
debed to him to make payment as so-..1 as
possible, as he is compelled to have some
money. Those failing to do so, will soon
find their notes and accounts in a Magis,
trate's or Attorney's hands for collection.
nov 14 46 3t W M. W. HoUJSEAL.
Notice to Shippers of Cotton.
OFFICE G. &. C. RAILROAD CO.,
CO.aMrIA, November 1, 1866.
NOTICRis hereby given to all ship
pers of Cotton on the Greenville and Co
lubia Railroad, consigned to any point
beyond Columbia, that arrangements
have been made with the Collector of
the Internal Revenue for this Collection
District, by which all cotton coming
down te r~oad, upon which the tax has
.ot been paid, that it rauiy be assessed
and the tax paid at this point ; provided
it is consigned to J. B. GL ASS, Agent at
this point, and the amount of tax will be
forwarded, to be paid by the consignee
in Charleston-withon t charge.
It is, however, desiraible, that where
it is convenient, the cotton be assessed
and the tax paid at the point of ship
11. P. HA MMETT, President.
All papers advertising for the comnpa
ny will give the above four insertions.
Nov 2 4
Jno. P. Kinard & Son,
Are now receiving a large
Stock of Goods of every de
scription, which will be sold
ea-~ rOn air a call to
WISEMAN & BER,
Commission Merchants and Pro
Keep on hand SUGARS-CHEAP!!
Crushed, Powdered, Granulated, and
Extra Coffee Sugars,
Soap, Lard, Spices,
Bacon, by the lb. or bhd.
Hams, very fine.
Bbls., hi bbls., quarter bbls., Ncw Shore
Choice Teas-Green and Black.
Flour, Rice, Meal and Grist.
FRESH GOODS ARRIVING WEEKLY !
Of Standard qualities,
FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES.
NEWBERRY, So. Ca.
Special attention is called to our fine
Goshen Butter. Oct 10 ly
WholesaIe aild RetaiI
BOOT & SHOE
We are now receiving our
FALL & IVINTER STOCK
i 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.
1. M. SUBER & CO.
Oct 10 41 tf
GB 0 CERIES
Fancy & Staple,
Dry Goods, Wares & Notions,
Consisting in part as follou-s:
Sugars, all grades, from 13 ets.
to 25 cts., cofiee, bacon, lard, ten, cheese,
mackerel in kits, half barrels and barrels,
Liverpool and table salt, flour in barrels,
self-raising flour, new rice, soaps-bar, cas
tile and toilet; can dles, starch, indigo,
madder, coppe.ras,blue stone, pepper, spice,
ginger, sod , pickles-all sorts and sizes;
oysters, sardines, nutmegs, n-ace, cloves,
inamnon bark, yeast powders, mnustard,
blueing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges,
apples, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and cigars. all grades;
tubs, buckets, blue and brass bound, all
sizes ; seives, brooms, water dippers,black
ing and brushes, curry combs, cotton and
wool cards, jim-crow cards, nails, axes,
pocket and table cutlery, tacks, awls, spey
ing needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz ;
Paper and linen collars. shirts and bosoms,
hose and half hose, suspenders, belts, hand
kerchiefs, neck ties, pocket books, pass
and spelling books, slates, lead and carpen
ter's pe'.cils, pens and ink, but.tons, needles;
and thread, of all kinds, hair oil, hair
brushes, tooth brushes, shaving brushes,
d essing combs, razors, razor strops, shav
ing boxes, looking glasses, with a variety
of toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
domestic ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati
ets,with a spleadid assortment of crockery
ware, glass, C. C. and granite, which we
intend selling at a very short profit.
All kinds country produce bought or bar
tered for at :i:arket prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 ly Main-st., Newberry.
C, M JONES,
Newberry C. IT.. So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
erry and surrounding country that he has
re op>ened 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.
Nov 7 Gioo
W. B. McKellar, Surgeon Dentist, would
most respectt'ully say to his friends and the pub,.
lic generally, that he is now thoroughly fitted up
in his new and elegannt offce, over Maj. Jas. M.
Baxter's law office, and is prepared to, do any
and all kinds of work that he may be called on
to do. Mr. Thos. Moore, whohiasi been practis
inr for the last six n'ouths at one-fourth charge,
will now operate at one half, price. Mr J. W.
DePass, who is a new student will operate at Mr.
Thos.-'Moore's former prices.
Aug 223 mo
CARW!LE & M'CAUIGHRIN,
Are Prepared to make Advances
on Cotton consigned to
GEO. Wr WILLIAMS & Co.,
('OTTON FACTORS & MERCIIANTS,'
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
Will be sold at my residence, the 13th of
December next, at public sale, my
Corn, Fodder, Shucks,
Plantation and Carpenters Tools,
Plow _lloulds, Wagons,
Ox Cart, Iron, Thresher,
House Furniture, &c., &c.
Also 20 Fatted Hogs and 30 Shoats.
Terms c:tsh in currency.
nov 21 47 3 MICHAEL WERTS.
I will sell on Tuesday the 18th of Dec.
next, at the residence of C. F. Sligh, dec'd,
all the estate of said deceased, personal and
real, not disposed of by will, consisting of
500 ACRES OF LAND.
The land will be sold in two separate
tracts, the Home tract containing 4S7 acres
more or less, bounded by lands cf Dr. Ken
nerly, W. H. Suber, N. E. Rhodes, Edward
Caldwell and others. The Hill tract con
taining 42 acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of Edward Caldwell, J. B. Glymph,
Madison Brooks and others.
Horses, Mules, Hogs, Corn, Fod
der, Flour, Cotton, Cotton Seed,
Blacksmith and Plantation Tools,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Two Wagons, One Carriage and
Buggy, and other articles too
tedious to mention
Terms made known on diy of sale.
W. S. CANNON, Executor.
Nov. 21st 1SG6, 47-4t.
By rder of the court of Ordinary, we will
sell, at public auction, at the late residence of
Dr. Geo. W. Glenn, dec'd,
On ioniday, the 10th day of Decem
all the Personal Estate of the said deceased,
20 head Cattle,
About 40 Hloys,
About 16 Sheep,
I ~2 Large WVagons,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
and One Set Blacksmith's Tools.
TERMs .-Terms credit of twelve months,
with. l terest from day of sale, the purchaser
to give note and approved sureties, payable
in gold-or to pay cash if he prefers.
We will also offer for rent, at Newberry
Court House, on the first Monday in Decem
ber next, at public auction, the
The Dwelling .Ho use and Plantation
of the said deceased, situated seven miles
from Newberry Court House, with about
two hundred acres of open land.
TERxS.-Credit until the first of October,
1867, payable in gold with note and ap
G. W. GLENN,
J. E. GLENN,
Nov 14 4t Administrators.
I offer for sale two valuable Plantations,
containing 900 acres mnore or less.
T he Home Place,
bounded by lands of Andrew Lark, John
Hopkins Williams, Margaret Goiding and
others, contains 62b acres,
The Golding Place,
bounded by lands of Washing ton Floyd. J.
B. Floy d, A. Ki. Tribble and Margaret Gola
ing, contains 280 acres.
These plantations will bear favorable com,.
parison with almost any in our old country,
and those wishing to purchase will do well
to call and examine for themselves.
Nov 14 46 tf' LUR A B. PITTS.
By order of Juio. T. Peterso' , Ordinary
of Newberry District, I will sell on the first
Monday in Decembher, next, one tract of
land, containing one hundred and twenty
five acres, more or less, bounded by lands
of Cathat ine Fellers, estate of Geo. A. Domi
niek, estate of A. H. Cook and others, on a
credit of one year, with interest from the
day of sale, except so much as tmay be ne
cesssry to pay the cost, which must be
paid in' cash. The purchaser will be re
quired to give bond with at least two ap.
proved sureties, and a mortgage of the
premises, to secure the purchase money.
The above sold as the real estate of Philip
C. Cook, dee'd.
Also one tract of land containing one
hundred and sixty-one acres, more or less,
)ouned by lands of Charles Thompson,
Franklin Cromner, the estate of Lem'~l. Lane,
dec'd., Barbara Cromer, J. F. Cromer and
Sarah Desieker, the real estate of Jacob
L. Cromner, dec'd., on a credit of one year,
with interest from the day of sale, except
so much ns may be necessary to pay the
costs, which must be paid in cash. The
p)urchaser~ will be required to give bond,
with at least two approved sureties and a
mortgage of the pretmises to secure the
purchase money. W. W. HOUSE AL,
Sheriff's Office, s. N. In.
Nov. 14 46 3t.
By virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
to me directed, I will sell, on the first Mon
day in December next, within the tegal hours
of Sale, the foltowing property, to Wit: _AuI
the interest that L. M. HI. Boozer has in a
tract of land, containing two hundred and
seventy five acres, bounded by lands of Win
1. Lake, Fred. Werber. Mrs. P. R. Menden
hail and others, at the suit of Jas. M. Senn
and others, asignees vs. L. M. H. Boozer,
The whole 275 acres wvill be sold together as
Thos. Wilson hIas consented to the sale. Tfime
will he given on his portion of the land.
Aso one hundred and ttiirty-six acres of
land more or less, t)ounded by lands of Mrs.
ISarah Fellers, Philip Cotweil and others,
levied on as the property ofJno. T. McNeil,
at the suit of 11. H. & J. P. Kinard vs. J. T.
Also 800 acres of land, more or less,
bounded by lands of ilas Walker, Won.
Abney, Rob't. Adams and others, levied oa
as the property of [hos. H. Chappell, at the
suit of Hlowes, hyatt & Co., and others, vs,
Thos. H- Chappell. Terms of Sale cash.
Sheriffs office, WM. W. HOUSEA L,
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity-Newberry District. Elizabeth
A. Payne v. Joo. W. Payne and others.
Bill for marshalling assets; calling in
creditors: and for dower.
By order of the Court of Equity, I will
sell before the Court House at Newberry,
on the first Monday in December next, real
estate of Elihu Payne, deceased, in New
berry District, as follows:
The Home tract, containing one hundred
and eight acres more or less, and bounded
by lands of G. F. Wells, Mrs F. White, and
D. V. Scurry.
The Harmon tract, containing three hun
dred and twenty acres and 35-100, and I
bounded by lands of - Ridlehuber, J. C.
Vaughn, A. M. Smith, estate of J .W. Ropp,
estate of F. B. Higgins and Mrs. Elizabeth
The Win. Payne tract, situated partly in
Laurens District and partly in Newberry
District, containing two hundred and forty
acres, more or less, bounded by lands of D.
V. Scurry, W. B. Boyd and - Watkins.
The personal estate consisting of
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
&c., &c., will be sold Thursday, 29th
of November, instant, at the late resi
dence of said deceased.
TERMs.-The purchaser of real estate will
be required to give bond, with at least two
good sureties, and a mortgage of the prem
ises, to secure the purchase money, payable
in two equal annual instalments with inter- J
est from the day of sale-and to pay the
costs of these proceedings in cash.
Purchasers of the personal estate, in sums
of and over twenty dollars will be re
quired to secure the purchase money pay
able at twelve months, with interest from
the day of sale, by bonds wi:h at least two
good sureties, for purchases in sums of less
than twenty dollars, cash payment will be
Permis ion, however, will be given, to
purchasers, uoth of the real and personal
estate, to pay all or a part of their purchase
money in cash. S
Com's Office, SILAS JOH'NSTONE,
Nov. 14 46 3t. *18 C. E. N. D.
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity-Newberry District. John A. a
Henderson v. Sally Henderson and others. t
Bill for Partition.
Pursuant to an order of the Court, I will
sell, before the Court House at Newbei ry,
on the first Monday in December next, the
real estate of James M. Henderson dec'd,
as follows :
The Henderson Ihnd, in Broad River,
supposed to contain four hundred acres,
The Lyles tract, situated on the west (
bank of Broad River, opposite Henderson's
Island, adjoir.ing lands of Berry Richard<,
John H. Gilliamn and others, and containing
about one hundred and eighty acres.
TERMS.-The purchaser ~will be required
to give bond withi at least two good sure
ties, to seure the purchase money, payable
in two equal annual instalments with inter
est from the day of sale, and to pay in cash
the costs of these procee dings.
Comn's Office, SIL AS JOHNSTONE,
Nov.14 46 St. '*9 C. E. N.D. ]
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity-Newberry District. W. H.
Harrington and others, Exor's., vs. Helen
o'neall and others. Bill for sale of pro
pa.rty, relief &c.
By order of Court, I will sell before the
Court House, at Newberry, on the first
Monday in December next, the real estate
of the late Chief Justice,Jno Belton O'neall,
deceased, situated in Newberry, in parcels
as indicated by plats on file in my office.
TERMs. -The purchasers will be required
to give bond, with at least two good sureties
and a mortgage of the property to secure
the purchase money payable in three -equal
annual instalments with interest from the
day of sale-and to pay the costs of these
proceedings in cash. Permission however
is granted to the purch user to pay a portion
or all of the purchase money in cash.
SiL AS JOHNSToNE, c.E.N.D.
Corn's Office, 12 Nov. 1866. St. *9 ..
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity-Newberry District. Mary A.
Glenn~ and others, v. James Law and oth
By order of the Court, I will sell, before
the Court House at Newberry, on the first
Monday in December next, a part of the
real estate of Drs George W. Glenn, ded'd,
A House and lot in the town of Newberry,
Ithe said lot contains onie acre, more or lessa,
ad is bounded by Johnrstone Street,McKel
er streer, Friend Street arid Nance Street. b
TERMs.-The purchaser will be required
to pay one third of-thie purchase money im
cash, arid to secure the remainng two
thrds parable in two equal annual instal
ments with initerest from the day of sale, -
by bo'ud with at least two good sureties and
a nortgage of the premises. The purchaser
however, wiil be allowed to pay the whole
amount in cash. The payments all to be
made in Gold or its equivalent.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.4
Comn's Office, Nov. 14 46 St. *9
On the first Monday in De
cember, 3d prox.,
Will be sold on the premi
ses, my Plantation, contain
ing 820 acres,
situated in A bbeville District,S. C.,
wthin 4 miles of New Market De
pot, 7 miles below Greenwood, and
7 miles above 96 Depot, G. &. C.
R ailroadL There is about 400 acres
cleared. the bara,nce woodliand.
The improvements on the place
are not surpassed by any in the
up country, consisting of a Fire
Proof Brick DweHing, (9 rooms?)
all nicely furnishied (Gothic style,)
Earn, Stables. Gin.House and8Ser
Ivats' Qtuarters, all, in good repair.
Any further information can be
obtained by calling on, or address
ing the subscriber.
New Market, Abbeville District, S. C.
Nov 7 4t
Notice to Debtors.,
Tm,. Note a Acontns of W. F. Pratt &
EOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
importer and Dealer in English and American
ron, Steel, Nails, Castings. Mill Stones,
Bolting Gloths, Circular Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
ndia Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Shot Belts,
>owder Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
Wholesale & Retail,
3 the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, S, C.
November 7 6m.
C, F. JACKSON,
YIain Street, Columbia, S. C.
(Next door to Messrs.. J. & T. R. Agnew,) -
Has constantly on hand a full and well
elected stock of
;'taple and Fancy D1Y GOODS,
AT GEEATLY REDUCED PBICES.
nd persons visiting the City will find it to
beir advantage to give him a call.
CALICOES, from 12.c. to 25cts.
Alpacas and Poplins, from 30c. to 15.
Ladies Kid Gloves, $1.00.
Breakfast Shawls, from $2.50 to $8.00.
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, from $6.00 to $25.00
-Hoop Skirts, from $1.00. to $4.00.
My stock is too varied to give ~
tst in detail, but simply present the
bove as a s;pecimnen.
C. F. JACKSON.
Nov. 7, Ermo.
Iats,Caps and Leather.
First Store above the Court House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
November 7 1inio.
E. E. JACKSON,
DRUGGIST AND CHEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Keeps on hand a choice selection of
FOR SALE AT LOW PRICES.
Call and see. nov 7 im
000 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 ft'r Cotton or Cash,
Graiui of atll descriptions constantly on
nd. Orders promptly filled.
-BROWNE & SCHIRME~R,
Main Street, Vdlger's New Store.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 1 1866.
Nov. 7 45 6m.
R. & W. C. Swaffld,
Columbia, S. C.
A full assortment of Fall &
Vinter Clothing, for Men
.d Boys, at very low prices.
& Clothing made to order at
~sual on short notice.
Noveber 7 3mo.
Main-st., Columbia, S. C.,
(Next to Fisher and Lowrance,)
Calls the attention of the
'rade ahd the Lsadies Visiting U.olumbia, tc
xamine her superb stock before purchasing
Wholesale and Retail.
Ladies Curls and Hair in alI shapes.
Nov 7 3mo.
JACOB- SULZBACHER & CO,1
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS, SIIOES, UMBRELLAS,
4A DES' & GENTS' FURNISH ING GOODS,
MILINERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
........ St,.et+ bewen rlain & Washington.
Graeser & MeJunkin,
Commission & Forwarding
Ge -ais Street, Colambia, S "
WOULD respectfully inform their friea -s .
and the public generally tblt the f yb.
attend personally t' all business intrusted
to them. They will BUY COTTON ON
ORDER OR SELL IT or any of the PRO
DUCTS OF TILE COUNTRY, on 40 favor
able terms as any house in the city. _bey
are also p:cpared to STORE or FORWARD
Cotton, to be sold either in Charleston,
New York, or Liverpool. - -
Being familiar with all necessary details
in relation to the Jnternal Revenue, Tax,
Cotton :ent to our cqre will be forwarde4
Plauters and othe'rs will find, ft to ^their
interest to entrust to us the 'transaetion of -
their business. C. A. GRAESER,.
Nov 7, 18C6 45-tf.
nKeep constantly on ha
and at LOW PRICES, a full and well-eleeted
Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES, to .which
they invite the attention of tbeir1riendisof
Newberry, on visiting the City.
They pay the highest market price for '
all kinds of Country Produce, and reqdess
those having such to sell, to give them a
trial before selling elsewhere. -
All orders for goods promptly filled.
They would also respectfully solicit ordess -
appertaining to the COMMISION B S-.
NESS, and.. pledge themselves to a -faithful
discharge of all matters entrusted to their
care, whether :
Buying, Selling, Shipping or Storig,
Main-st., Columbia, S. C
-November 7 1mo. " ,
lew, Dr G.6 r1 A
Under Carolinian f - -
* AIN STREE
COLUMBIAL 8 C
CHEAPER THAN TB E HEAP~
Fancy Goods, -;i
STOCK NEW and consta:afy replemsbe4 - -
from first class houses, and t.od at very lo~ -...
1856} Established 8i
Shermanized, Febrary, 7. 185
Opposite J. C. Dial's Hardare 8tper~
Blank Books manufactured in the best am
most substantial manner. -
Kfaving purchasd an
ngacines, CJerks Cor,
aries; aId other Public OSoers can
Blank Books. and- al- othier work aa
any style'and pattern they may deesd
the shortest possble time. :A lreste%
Blank Book and other oftth@et --ai
always on hand. .i Pedcl
Books, ard anl other wok )ecad tosel.en
tomers. - NOr 8i
The undersigned takes pleasurta .
in inftmina the Citizens oCMe- - -
berry, that ~e has opened a gene
Stock of Boots&Si~,
In the new Ba:nk Buildintg, Opposite
the Co.urt House, Columbi.a, .C
Were he will be pleased -to see aI1ho~
are in want of the above goods.. Hiaisun
will be "Quick Sales at Sina) Pronts.*
November 7 M *.Setn
P. B. Wlas
PLAI -ST., (a few doors west of. Ma-t
I COLUMBIA S. C.
Wholesale p ur ch as eis,
Schools, anid Libraries euppliedoni Specist
Orders by mail attended to carefully an
promptly at New York prices
Blanki Books made to any pattern atnlow
st prices. Nov 7 6mo
T HE UNDERSIGNED'RT&NNGC LR ASE , -
the above named POPULAR HOS
leave to inform her former patross sed4h
public generally that she wi& be prepsa
for the RECEPTION OF VISITORS.
The table will be supplied with the best
the markets afford, and no effort spared 90 e
make it A FIRST-CLASS HOUSE.
- ~ MES. D). C SPECK,
Columbia, S. C., September- 1, 1868.
Nov. 14 46 Sm..
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'The Standard Biography of the Immortal~
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