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Ths. F. Harmon
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 fouud in a conn
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.
The only GooD article-for instantly cleaning
JidGloves. They can be cleaned while upou
the band, and worn immediately. It is inodor
s. One bottle will clean 35 pairs. Price 35
sats. Retailed by most Druggists and Fancy
Stores. Wholesale by Demas Barnes & Co., F.
C. Wells & Co , and others, New York.
nov 28 2m
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
he -first day of January next, as I am
desirious of making a sett'ement on said
'|state the day following. Those who
-efuse so to do must risk the consequences.
F. H. DOMINICK,
No. 28, 1866. 2t. Adnm'r.
STATE-OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Yewberry District-In Equity.
J+fn~C. Richards, Admr., v. Pettus W.
Chick, and others.
tIR for SWle 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.
Anod T will sell, at Newberry CourtHIouse,
-On the first Monday in Jan., 1867,
-the REAL ESTATE of said dec'd,
cenaising of a Tract of Land, containing
miore or less, situated in Newberry District,
and boonded by lands of Wmn. E. Hardy,
Mrs. Nence, T. K. cofield, Mrs. Harriet
Bedges and others-on a eredit of twelve
nmonths, with interest from day of sale
the purchaser being required to give bond,
iiith at least two good sureties, to secure
the purchase money-or he may pay the
same irr cash in currency.
SILAS JOjiNSTONE, c. K. N. D.
Comn's offico, 26 Nov., 18G6-. N28S 4 "IG.
The State of' South CaroHina.
N ewberry District-In Equity.
Thomas Hayne Chalmers, Jane Chiamers and'
Maltina Chalmers,.vs. Martha A. WV. Chalmers.
3W1 for Partition.
The creditors of Thomas A. W. Chalmers, de
Mesed, are hereby required to render in on oath,
ad establish before tle Commissioner, their
repetkas demands, on or before the first day of
March next. SILAS JORHNSTONE, C 1-:N.D.
- om's. affice, Nov 26, 2866. 3m t12
-i-he State of South Carolina.
. Newberry 'District-In Equity.
John CI. Richards, admr. vs. P. WV. Chick and
others. Bill for sale of land, relief, injunction,
The creditors of George Ashford, deceased, are
beeby requ.ird to render in on oath and estab
Mah-before the Commissioner, their respective
deniands, on or before the first ot March next.
-SiLAs JoLINSfoE, c.E.N.D.
Comn's office, Nov 263, 1866d. 3m t12
ALL Persons indebted to the estate of
W. D. Goggans, deceased, are requested to
mnake immiediate settlement, eithe.r by cash
or such note as the creditors waill receive.
Yersons wishing to settle will find me at
Newberry Court House on every Monday.
Ids important that the estate be set tled up
at an early day. Those wishin:g to save costs
willNome forward and settle.
DAN1lEL GOGGANS, Adm'r.
Nov. 28 3L
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Notice to Tax Payers
IS'HEREBY GIVEN THAT DIVISION
Nqo. 11 embraces the limits of 39th Regiment,
Iying in Newberry from mouth of 2nd creek.
Maj. Wadlingtons, Newberry College,
Sampson Merchants to Chalmers' old mills,
the mouth of Little River on Saluda, and
that all persons. firms, companies anid corpo
ratins engaged in any business, occupation
or profession within the limits aforesaid, for
which a license is required, must register
their names with me in the manner required,
by law for licenses from May 1st, 1865, to
May 1st, 1866, and from May -1st, 1866, to
May 1st, 1867. This class embraces mners
chants, traders, professional-men, distillers,
pedlers, manufacturers, tobacconists, cigar
makers, brokers, insurance agents, &c., & c.
Distillers, manufacturers, and all other
persons firms and corporations, who are ry
quired to make monthly or trismonthly rea
turns uder the Excise Law, must comne
forward at once and make such returns, be
ginning with May 1st, 186.5. 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 andl 186..
Executors, adminierators, trustees and all
other persons who :.s. i.'terested in any le"
gacies, distributive shares, wheritanes and
successions, must make returnr from Janua,.
ry 1st, 1864, to the i-resent time.
A fai!urc to comply with the above wil
subject the parties to heavy penalties.
Assistant Assessor Div. No. 11 of the 3rd
Coll. Dist., S. C.
Office at Pomaria, S. C, November 12th,
N. B.-I will attend at Newberry o. II.,
on Sale day in each month (until further
notice) to give professional men, merchants,
auctioneers &c., in the town, an opportunity
to register their names. I trust they will
come forward promptly and do so.
B. J. SINGLE TON'S'
No. 2. Mollohon Row.
New Orleans Molasses,
Sugar House Syrup,
A Fine assortment of
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
White Wine Vinegar,
Kerosine Oil, and Salt.
And various other articles of
Also a Fresh Supply of
A fine assortment of
HOSIERY, for Ladies and Gen
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
AT VERY LOW PRICES,
To all of which public attention is
respectfully called. The ladies
will find it both agreeable and pro
fitable to call.
Nov 28 47 tf
Wanted, 500 doz. Eggs.
We wish to purchase 500 dozen good
fresh Egg?, for which we will pay the high
est cash price. Bring them along if you
only have a dozen, we will be glad to have
them. LoVELA(;E & WHEELER.
Nov. 21 47 tf.
W. H. WEBB,.
Would respectfully announce
To his friends and the public that the
And are Now Open,
And embrace one of the finest
and best stocks of goods
ever before offered
in this place, such as
Fancy and Staple,
Ladies Dress goods,
White and B3rown goods,
An examination of my stock
is all that is asked, as I am
satisfied in being able to effect
sales if the goods are seen.
They will be sold1 at prices
Nov 21 47 tf
Wood! Woodz! Wood! Cheap! Cheap!
Good green oak and hickory wood can be had
for 5cts.4 horse load by cutting and hauling-three
miles and a half from the village on Bush River.
If persons desire to purchase it a!ready cut and
corded, they can have it for S1 per load. Ap
ply to ~WILLIAM R . sPEARMAN,
~Nov. 21 47 4t. summers' Office.
Straved or stolen from the subscriber on
the night of saturday the i oth instant, a
BLACK MARE YULE.
The said Male is about fifteen hands high
and in good order, white under belly and
on inside of the leg;, has a habit of slightly
protruding the tongue when in use.
A reward of Fifty dollars will be paid by
the subscriber to any person delivering the
Mule at my plantation, or, a reward of One
Hnndred dollars, for the recovery of the
Mule and apprehension and delivery in any
Jail in the state of the thief.
RI. R. SCOTT,
Near Mendenall's Mills, Newberry Dist.,
S. C. Nov. 21 47 St.
The subcribers wonld respect fully- in form
the piulc that they are pi epared to con
tinue the TANNING BUINE:SS. Will tan
on halves, or exchang~e leather for hides.
Will have a wagon at Newberry C. Hi., on
sale~day in December and January so that
any' one wishing to send their hides to the
Tan yard wyill avail themselves of the oppor
tunity.J. M. EPPS & CO..
Moliohon, Newberry District, S. C.
Nov. 14 4G tf.
TE To Travellers.
TEfollowing is the traveling schedule on
the out bet,wemen Cambia, Richmond,
Mrs. M. J. Jenkins,
Would respectfully inform the ladies of
Newberry and vicinity, that she can now be
found at her store,:and is in receipt of a full
To which an examination is requested be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Nov. 21 47 3t.
We have just made some additions to our
stock in the way of a splendid assortment
Black and Fancy Cassimers,
Black Merinos, Black.Delaine,
Several pieces of handsome Prints,
A few dozen of those splendid Ribbed Hose
Ladies Balmoral Hose,
Misses Balnoral Hose,
Infants Balmoral Hose,
Infants Knit Sacks.
Also a fresh supply of pare
and a splendid lot of LAMP CHIMNEYS,
besides many other goods not mentioned.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
nov 21 47
CAR [E& McCAUGHRIN,
Banking & Insurance Agents,
NEWBERRY, S. C.,
Buy and Sell Exehange on Charles
ton and New York.
Insure Buildings. Cotton. Mer
chandize and other property,
atgainst 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,, Mers
chants and Factors, Charleston, S. C , or to
Williams Taylor & Co., Commission Mers
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
handIs in Baltimore, to be paid promptly
CA RWILE & McCAU~GHRTN.
Newberry, S. C., Sept 12, 1866. 37tf
Lir Inl this Establishmnt can be
Gents can find Broad Cloth, Doeskin
Casimer, G)orded 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 D)elanes, Plain, Striped and
Figured Alpaccas, Persian T[wills, Lus
tres, White Goods, Gloves, Hose, Raper
Collars, Belts, Belt Ribbons, Belt Buckles,
Head Netts, Ribbons, Cloaks, Shawls,
Sontags, Scarfs, Nubias, Cravats, [lalmo
ral Skirts for Ladies and Misses, Hoop
Skirts $1 each; White and Red Flannel,
Bleached and Brown Shirtings and Drill
ing, Cambrics, Bed Ticking, Irish Linen,
Towels, D)iaper, Handkerchiefs, Corsets,
Linner' Cuffs and Collars, Enit Hoods,
Sacks, Hoods, Balmioral [Hose, for Infants
and Misses, Table Damnask, &., &c.
And in the Grocery line, Sugar and
Coffee of all grades, New Mackerel,
Cheese, Rice, Soap, Gandles, Starch,
Indigo, Co pperas, Blue Stone, Pepper,
Spice, Gmnger, Soda, Pickles, Oysters,
Nutmegs, Shoe Blacking arnd Brushes,
Curry Combs, Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Hand S:or Files, Pad Locks, A xes, Cotton
Cards, Water Buckets, Nails, Spaying
Needles, Sewing and Pegging a wls,
Lastinig Tacks, Jim Crow Cards, Spoons,
and a great variety of Fancy anid Toileti
articles, P erfumery, Toilet Soape, IHir
Oil, Haic 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 barter only.
P. S. We will purchase all kinds of
Country Produce or barter for the same
at the highest market price. L. & W.
Newbery C. H., So. Ca.,
Riespectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and surrounding country that he has
re opened is 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 Omo
Jno. P. Kinard & Son,
Are now receiving a large
Stock of Goods of every de
scription, which will be sold
cheap. Only ask a call to
They will give the highest
market price for all kinds of
nrodulce. For Cotton, they
BR. T. IUUJN.
Fine French & Amer
OF ALL KINDS.
Crystalized Fruits, Rock Candy, plain Kiss
es, gilt and silver Kisses, Gam Drops, Rose
)rops. Vanilla and Cream Drops.
Cordial and Liquor Drops of all kinds.
Also Pates de Foies Gras, Cepes, Oysters,
almon, Sardines, Pickles, Pepper Sauce,
inger, Nutmegs, &c.
Also a fine assortment of FAMILY
Such as Coffee, Teas and Sugars of first
Besides Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
)est brands, Ipes, etc.
STORE OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE,
And next door to I.M. Suber & Co.
Nov 14 46 tf
WISKEMAN W ILBE R,
emmission Merchants and Pro
duce Dealer s,
Keep on hand SUGARS-CIIEAP!!
Crushed, Powdered, Granulated, and
Extra Coffee Sugars,
Soap, Lard, Spices,
Bacon, by the lb or hhd.
Hams, very fine.
Bbls., ht bbls., quarter bbIs , New Shore
Choice Teas-Green and Black.
Flour, Rice, Meal and Grist.
FRESH GOODS ARRIVING WEEKLY!
Of Standard qualities,
FOR SALE AT LOW PIUCES.
NEWBERRY, So. Ca.
Special attention is called to our fine
oshen Butter. Oct 1t l
blhoIsale and RetaiI
We are now receiving our
CALL & WINTER STOCK
HICH WE WILL SELL AT
And WARRANT every article sold.
ur goods have all been made expressly to
)rder, and by the very best of workmen.
1. M, SUBER & CO,
oct 10 41 t?
Fancy & Staple,
ry Goods, Wares & Notions,
Consisting in part a.s followes:
Sugars, all grades, from 15 ets.
o 25 ets., coffee, bacon, lard, tea, cheese,
nackerel in kits, half barrels and barrels,
,verpool anid table salt, flour in barrels,
eclf-raising flour, new rice, soaps-bar, cas
ile and toilet ; candles, starch, indigo,
nadder, copperas,blue stone, pepper, spice,
;inger, sod , pickles-all sorts and sizes;
ysers, sardines, nutmecgs, mace, eloves,
~inamon bark, yeast powders, mustard,
)lueing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges,
~ples, vinega r, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and cigars. all grades;
ubs, buckets, blue and brass bound, all
zes ; seives, brooms, water dippers,black
ig and brushes, carry combs, cotton an~d
vool cards, jim-.crow cards, nails, axes,
oket and table cutlery, tacks, awls, spey
g needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz ;
Laper and linen collars. shirts and bosoms,
rose and half hose, suspenders, belts, hand
~erchiefs, neck ties, pocket books, pass
ud spelling books, slates, lead and carpeni
er's pencils, pens and ink, buttons, needles;
Lnd thread, of all kinds, hair oil, hair
rushes, tooth brushes, shaving bruhs
biessing ecmbs, razors, razor strops, shav
g boxes, looking glasses, with p. variety
)f toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirtiog,
Iomestie ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati
ects,wth a splendid assortment of crockery
are, glass, C. C. and granite, which we
utend seil:ng at a very short p)rofit.
All kinds country produce bought or bar
ered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 ly Main-st., Newberry.
CAWM.E & M'CAUGHRIN,
re Precpare d to make Advanes~
on Cotton conisignIed to
E. W. WILLIAMS & (C0.,
COTTON FAGTORS & MERCIIANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
ag33 NEW YORK.
The oudersigned have just opened at M1r. A.
. Riser's store, a superb stock of
Fall and Winter Millinery Goods,
> which they respectfully invite the attention of
he ladies of New berry and surrounding coun
ry. The stock consists in part of Bonnets Fea
Positive Sale. ,
Will be sold at my residence, the 13th of
December next, at public sale, my
Corn, Fodder, Shucks,
Cotton Seed, .
Plantation and Carpenters Tools,
Plow JTJulds, Wagons,
Ox Cart, Iron, Thresher, Ir
House Furniture, &c.. &c.
Also 20 Fatted Hogs and 30 Shoats,
Terms c!sh in currency. Ii
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,
ill the estate of said deceased, personal and
real, not disposed of by will, consisting of
500 ACRES OF LAND.
The lntd will be sold in two separate
tracts, the IHome tract containing 487 acres
more or less, hounded by lands of Dr. Ken
neriy, W. H. Suber, N. E. Rhodes, Edward
Gldwell and others. The Hill tract con- I
taining 42 acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of Edward Caldwell, J. B. Glymph,
Madison Brooks and others.
horses, Mules, Iogs, Corn, Fod- A
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 d iv of sale.
W. S. CANNON, Executor.
Nov. 21st 1866, 17-4t.
By rder of the court of Ordinary, we will
5eli, at public auction, at the late residence of
Dr. Geo. W . Glenn, dec'd,
On 1n)t 1y, tie 10th day of .Decem- t
all the Personal Estate of the said deceased,
20 head (1attle,
About 40 Hioys,
About 16 Sheep,
2 Large WIagons,
Fkarm ingf Impjlements.
lHouseh old and Kitchen Furniture.
cad One Set Blacksmi,tht's Tools.
TERMs .-Terms credit of twelve months,
with interest from day of sale, tne purchaser
to give note and approved sureties, payable
in gold--or to pay cash if he prefers.
We wvill also offer for rent, at Newberry
Court House, on the first Mond:.y in Decem
ber next, at public auction, the
The D&o w;ng Ho~use and Plantation
of the said deceased, situated seven miles
from Newberry Court House, with about
two hundred acres of open land.
TERMS-Credit until the first of October,
1867. p;ayable in gold with note and ap
G. W. GLENN, .
Nov 14 4t Administrators.
PLAN TAT IONS
I offer for sale two valuable Plantations,
:ontaining 900 acres more or less. -
T he Home Place,
bounded by lands of Andrew Lark, John
Eopkins Williams, Margaret Golding and
thers, contains 626 acres,
The Giolding Place,
bounded by lands of Washington Floyd. J.
B. Floy d, A. K. Tribble and Margaret Gold
ng, contains 280 acres.
These plantations will bear favorahle com,
parison with almost any in our old country,h
md those wishing to purchase will do wellh
o call and examine for themselves.
Nov 14 46 tf LUR A B. PITTS,
By virtue of~ writs of attachment and by
3rd rs of Court, I will sell, at D. D. Stones'
eslnce, on Thursday, the 6th of Decema
..er ext, the following property, viz:
Three head of Cattle, 2 colts, 1 wagon, 5
)lanes, 1 lot of hubs, 2 buggy frames, cot
on gin, 1 bellows. Levied on as the pro
erty of D. D. Stone, at the suit of J. C.
I will sel', at the residence of Robert
A~derson, on the 10th day of December
ext, the following property, viz: 3 colts,
I mare, I j:ack, 28 head cattle, 3 sofas, 1
lesk, work stand, ~2 b,ireaus, carriage, 6 ta
jles, 2 elocks, 1 doz. enairs, lot of seed cot
on, boiler, 2 gins and trappings, 2 reels, '6 a]
~plitbottom chairs, grind stone, vice, loom,
ron, cross cut saw, 2 spinning wheels, plow,
stock, centre table, 2 half round tables, 4 u
window shades ,wagon and gearing, 3 wash
stands, 2 dressing tables, sleys, 5 bedsteads,_
urniture, swifts, glass, jng, carpet. Levied
on as the property of Robert Adams, at the
uits of W. F. Peterson, James Baxter, E.
P. Lake, L J. Jones, Ben. Wells, John
Wallace, J1. W. Speak,Ex'or., Pratt & Nance,6
Wash. Floyd, A. J. Longshore, W. W.
Houseall, et al, vs. Robert A dams.
H. H. KINA RD, S. N. 1)
Sheriff's Office, Nov. 22, 18sf6.
Notice to Shippers of Cotton.
OFF CE G. &. C. RAILROAD CC., e~
Coi.Umui, November 1, 1866. ch
NOTIICE is hereby given to all ship
pers of' Cotton on the Greenville and Co
umbia Railroad, consigned to any point
beyonid Columbia, that arrangements
ave been made with the Collector of _
the Internal Revenue for this Collection
District, by which all cotton coming
own the road, upon which the tax has
rot been paid, that it may be assessed
mnd the tax paid at this point ; pi ovided
t is consigned to J. B. GL ASS, Agent at
his point, and the amount of tax will be
orwarded, to be paid by the consignee
n Charleston-without charge. La
It is, however, desirable, that where
t is convenient, the cotton be assessed
OHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
nporter and Dealer in English and American
n, Steel, Nails, Castings. Mill Stones,
Bolti'ng Cloths, Circular Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
idia Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeep%ng and Furnidhing
ime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils,
rench and American Window Glass,
Guns. Riles, Pistols, Shot Belts,
neder Flasks, Powder, Shot, &e.
Wholesale & Retail,
the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD LOCK
Columbia, S, C.
November 7 Gm.
C, F. JACKSON,
[ai Street, Columbia, S. C.
Next door to Messrs. J. & T. R . Agnew,)
IIaF constantly on hand a full and well
lected stock of
faple and Fancy DR Y '7O'ODS.
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
d persons visiting the City will find it to
eir advantage to give him a call.
CALICOES, from 12 c. to 25cts.
Alpacas and Poplins, f:oni 30c. to '75.
Ladies Kid Gloves, a1.00.
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 a
t in detail, buet simply present the
oce as a1 spcunen.
C. F. JACKSON.
ov. 7, 6mno.
[ats,Caps and Leather.
First Store above the Court House,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
November '7 Imo.
E. E. JACKSON,
RUGGIST AND CHEMIST,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Keeps on hand a choice selection of
FOR SALE AT I.OW PRICES.
Call and see. nov '7 1m
1000 BUS. WHITE CORN,
500 " Mixed Corn,
10 Lh ds prime Baccr Sides & Should' rs
10 Bags Rangoon Rice,
50 Barrels Saper. Extra Flours,
50 Sacks Sailt (Liverpool,)
60 Bales Eastern IIay, (Prim'e,)
To l>arter for Cotton or Cash,
Graiu of all descriptions constantly on
id. Orders promptly filled.
Main Street, Volger's New Store.
olumbia, S. C., Nov. 1 1866.
Nov. 7 45 om.
R. & W. C. Swaffield,
Columbia, S. C.
Xfull assortment of Fall &
~inter Clothing, for 3Men
d B3oys, at very low prices.
Er Clothing made to order as
'if1 on short ndot ee
November 7 3mo.
M1ain-st., Columbia, S. c.,
(Next to Fisher and Lowrance,)
Calls the attention of the
ade and th e L.adies Visiting Columbia, to
mine her superb st.ock before purchasing
Wholesale and Retail.
adies Curls and Hair in all shapes.
Sov 7 3mo.
ACOB SULZBACHER & CD.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
BOOTS, SIIOES, UMBRELLAS,
LDIES'& GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
[ILINERY GOODS, HOOP SKIRTS,
Graeser & McJnnkin
Commission & Forwarding
G ervais Street, Columbia, S. C.
WOULD respectfully inform their friends
and the public generstlly that they will
attend personally to all business intrusted
to them. They will BUY COTTON ON
ORDER OR SELL IT or any of the PRO
DUCTS OF THE COUNTRY, on as favop
able terms as any house in the city. They
are also p;epared to STORE or FORWARD
Cotton, to be sold either in Charleston -
New York, or Liverpool.
Being familiar with all necessary detafl
in relation to the Internal Revenue Taz,
Cotton sent to our care will be forwarded
Planters and others will find it to thet: -
interest to entrust to us the transaction of
their business. C. A. GRAESER,
W. S. McJUNKIN.
Nov. 7, 18G6 45-tj. - ,
Keep constantly on hand
and at LOW PRICES, a full and well-seleeteA
Stook of FAMILY GROCERIES, to whic
they invite the attention of their friends Q
Newberry, op visiting the City.
They pay the highest market price .-y
all kinds of (untry froduce, and request
those having-such to sell, to give thpi a.
trial before selling elsewhere.
All orders for goods promptly filei. .
They would also mspe.ctfufly solich ecdy. - -
appertaining to the COMMLS QN -
NESS, and pledge themselves tiq"a. fnl =
discharge of all matters entrusted to
Buying, .pling, ShiDying or orin g
Main-st., Columbia, .-C.
November 7 ino.
New fry GOadS NoIus,
Under Carolinian Ome
CO0L U MBIL. S. O.
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPESS~,
1 Fancy Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
STOCK NEW and constantly repenishe4
from first class houses, and sold at very Iow
prices. November 'l Imo.
1856] Established [185S
Sherman izedi, February, 17, 1865
BOOK BINDER~ .
Opposito J. C.Dial1s Hardware S4tee -
BlaUMBIo, S. Qr
Bln oks manufactured in the best a*d
most substantial manner.
Havn urhaedSupior Ruig and~
ng Maeffines, Clerks o(Couxrts, herufs,
nanes,. and otber Public OAoers can have -
Blank Books, and all otter wr ezaca""
any style and yetr~te may desire
Blank J3ook and other Paper ot th -at~uBj
always on band. Music, Perioca,La
Books, and all other works bounid to sta-t
tomers. nor 8
The undersign.ed tatkos pleasure
in informing the Citizens of New.
berry, that he has Opened agne
Stock of Boots & Shoes
I the new Bank Building, Opposite
the Court House, Columbia, & . -
Where he will be pleased to see all whoe
are in want of the ab&ve goods. His aipn
will be "Quick Sales at Small Profits."
M. A. Shelt.
November 7 !'n.
P. B. Glass,
T LAIN-ST., (a few tdoor's west of Main-st.,)
, COLUMBIA, S. C.
Wholesale p ur ch a se rs,
Schools, and Libraries suppliedon Specis
Orders by mail attended to carefully an4
promptly at New York prices..
Blank Books made to any pattern at low,
et prices. Nov ~7 6mo. - -
T HE UNDERSIGNED H ANING LEASRED
the above named POPULAR HOTEL, bega
leave to inform her former patrons and the'
public generally that she will be prepared
for the RECEPTION OF VISITORS.
The table will be supplied with the. bee
the markets afford, and no effort spared tca
make it A FIRST-CL ASS HOUSl'.
MRs. D. C SPECK,
Columbia, S. C., September 1, 1866.'
Nov. 1446 3m.
Fisk' MBlaIi Bui0 C9888
THEsbci a js ecieaspl
THE thsuCsceas from theabved scelebae
of these Cases from the above celebrated
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