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N~ew Ycrk News.
Carleton, of thi- city-, le p} v a
book that is getting a terri'.. s ~on
from the critics or this conittrv, as it ha:
from those of England. It is the niw
volum e entitled "Poe :s and Bae:dr,o by
Algernon Charh s Swin une, the ivst
of the great Engli,lh pe cs. It is decribed
as one of the v e,t p:eclast2at ever
em anated r::n the b.: l Of is n t e 1
is not mIr'1y seC a5 'it is gr B :::on
is surpassed by t:is you': poet, i: ti e
eitort to piit vie n l colors-;. He:
boldy deen sensaamy, ""i.s .:t the
marriage ti,, and in Vassiiiate ter:ls
- calls for a genvral car:iival of free i,ve.
This is the l.test phiiosnhy of the rew
found poetic genius, which but yesterday,
-all England and America were in raptures
over. A writer in the Times, wants to
know w hat the world is coming to. Are
the novels of the Griffith Gaunt and
Bradden scho'l, and the plays of tie
Tom Taylor school (now so pop:lar) the
mirrors in which is retected the moraity
of the present age, and is Swinhurn's
new book a deve'ornnt of the pre
vailing sentiment of the world upon
virtue and honor ? I have not seen tne
book, hut from the Cxtracts published
in the Times, I shouNi think that it
ought to be burned by the public hang
Beast Butler spoke in Nec York re
cently, from the steps of the City Hal.
Horace Greeley, who is running for Con
gress in the lower district, started a
meeting and invited the Beast to speak
for him. The inhabitants of that portion
of the city are rather rough Democrats,
and when they don't like things, generally
make it known in a very summary man
ner. No sooner had the Beast appeared
than the people set up the most demoniac
yelling and hooting. H attempted to
address them and they shouted back
such epithets as "spoon," "beast," "cock
- eye." . The uproar was so great that he
was obliged to desist. He pulled out a
tooth pick and beg-n to pick his teeth in
pretended contempt, when somebody
flung a rotten apple and struck him in
the stomach. Be was li id with rage,
but true to his mean instincts picked up
the apple - and eat it. The cries of
"spoons" continncd from a thousand
throats, and finding tint he could not
get a hearing, he turned to the reporters
and made his spe:ch to them. It was a
curious production, s,nd wii! prob.hly
- lose hin his ears Ere lhe leves the
On Wednesday, Icembar 5, the sur
- viving members of thu old bii a:le com
manded during the tarby G ri
*Bonham.:Kershaw, Gonner and Kennedy,
will meet together, in Columbhia. All
who belonged to this commianJ are cor
- dially invited to attend. The object of
the meeting is to organize a bene volent
association, which may aid it support
ing the destitute families of the t'ead
menLbers of the brigade, and try to se
cure to thcir children education privi
leges. It is thought that a cen tral or
gan.ization of this sort, to which othe
associations, organized in various parts
of the State. shall be auxiliary, will be
the most efi'ectual agency for attaining
the desired end. A deep interest in this
= enterprise is felt among the survivors,
and it is hoped there wilt be a very full
attendance on this occasion.-Abbeville
INTERESTING TO LAwYERs.-JIu:ge
Clayton, of Mississippi, says an exchange.
recently held that legal tender notes
- were such and a v&-id tender, stopping
interest, when made. That the Act of
Congress making such notes a legal ten
* 4erewas constitutional, and that the
* power to issue such notes notes is de
rived from the war powers of the Gov
- ernent. He also held that the suspen
sion of t.he statute of limitations during
~ the war was constitutional and valid,
* and that no suit can be m-aintained to re
-~ ceron a note the consideration for
- srwich was Gonfederate money.- Nor
t caany suit be maintained to recover
n .a note given as compensation for the
hire fo,r a substitute in the Confederate
* ~ army.
SiiocxrNG.--We have had related to
us a case wih1 shocks all the finer
* ~ feelings of our natuIre. In an .adjoi:ing
Usrit, a beautiful you:ig lady, seven
te~en years of aze, well educ'red, and
very respectably~connected, -took a fancy
to a young colored man. it havimg been'
talked about in the neiebhorhood, caused
upleasant feelin. Final'y, the woman
cloped with thc nc'ro. They were
pw-rued to within a short distance of
tiis place.~ Traced to a negro's house,
where she wats found laughin;r and talk
* jing with her paramour's f::mily. On
being discovered, she att--mpted to escape,
butwas arested and returned to her
The negroes who killed Mrs. Gravin
and daughter. on Friday last, about ten
miles from Orangeburg, were hung on
Saturday by the citizens of the vicinity
in which tbe outrage was committed.
-- The freedmen of the neighborhood were
so ncesedagainst the perpetrators that
they were with difBeculty prevented by
the aeti-ve interference of the citizens
from burning thema at the stake.
The last novelty in the gay world is a
- new dance called the Kiss-Cotilion
The name comes from the kiss wbict
every dancer gives (and rceives, w(
suppose) every time he turns his part
ner. We have not heard where this nov
elty is danced. After diligent investiga
tion we are prepared to say they don'
dance it in Columbia.-Yorkville Enqui
Porr iADEs.-MISS Mal tha Ilayne'
Butt, of Mobile, is preparing a new vol
uine of poems. Several States seer
proud of their respective female poets
New York shows her Gary, Connecticu
her Terry, Massachusetts her HJowe.
Kentucky her WVarileld, and Alabam:
The mercharnts of Savannah are crowd
ing the Quitman Barnner, so much witi
advertisements that the publisher i
obliged to omit much reading. matter
We regret this, as our friend Styles is al
"Mother and infant" receptions ar
now in vogue in New York. Youn
wives invite their acquaintances to se
their young babies. The toilettes of mnc
ther, 'child and visitors are in the heig.
The reiriong dtro heCrl
(Oho retiring editry th duigCireil
(fo yeasiontinaserhat duen wrtS
mor wre continnai service. he wrote 8
I oenov" for the la:t time warn parties
who avr indebe to mee by Noto. and to
my: n by t' OI' Aecouit, that unless
:f ev -:vre Ice c:r .o: paying a
;, ~t <r wh. , "y . 1 b,' :ied, it I
ie: thhev are wcotth the I mide a
ro o n :hroh the Ne her. v Herald
1) a alIot hin g 8 Iit that was otfered,
1( nt tbe I':ii,nn or woma n has o!ired
to aV m'' one :em, .nd I must "ow have
-onP 's o*w .n a . .: mat.e . 'v b i- 5 n
tended f :: . 11. I.LAC -
N o v. _1 4t " 'i.
All pe'or. .nde'ted to the late firm of
G. 1). Sm'ih and Co. are notihCd th'it they
Swill tind their Notes and Accounts in ti
of Y. .1.:'ope for cIletion, as far
I P !lgence anI not be: given Owing to
the death of I. M. No :
G. D. SMITH.
Nov. 7-!5 n.
TERISONS indcbted to the late firm of
illi ams & Ferguson, Druggists, will find
thei. nOtOs and accou::. in mV hands for
cee:ien. Dr. FO:"r i Fer uson, to whom
ai1 the a.s ets r thA, fli hve assigned,
MUST have the money before the 1st of
January next. Y. J. POPE.
Office over Fair & Moorman, Law Range.
Nov. 7th, I8f6 4t.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
Geo. A. Riser deceased, are requested to
make payment on or before the first day
of jintuarv next. Ard those ha inz
demands wii please present them on cr
before that day. JOHN RISER,
Nov. 7th, td. Admr.
TIE SyATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
In the Court of General Sessions and
The regular business of the Fail Term of
this Court not being d;spatcbed for want of
time it was ordered by the presiding Judge,
that an Ftra Court of General sessions and
Common Pleas be holdtn for Newberry
Distriet, for the purpose of dis^a chirSg the
unfiniohed buziness of present Term, on the
secaud 1tonday in J:-nuirv next, at twelve
o'chock a1 , to continue six davs, unless the
business be sooner disposed of,
All suitors, witnesses and p..rties intrres ed
a-e hereby required to attend wi'lont further
ntice. E. P. LAKE, c.cr. & G S.
O't 20:h, ISGi.
TiE ST TE OF SOUTi CAITOLINA-In
Equity--Newberry D)itrict--. P>. Stoddard
& Co. et. al. vs. Michaetil Bn.zzard et. al.
The1 creditors of 31. P. & W. L. Buzzard,
andl of ' P. Buzzard aind A. J. M1eCollumn,
an 'iof William L Uuzzard andi M. P.
Buzza~rd individiualy. nre required to render
and establish, on oath, their respective de
mands before the Commnislioner, on or be
fore th'e first day of February next.
SIL AS JO IN&IO NE, C. E . N. D.
Comn's office, Oct, 1st 18t0.
TIiE STATE OF SOUTH CARO)LINA-In
Singleyv Ad'mr, v. MIary E. Singly and
The eredi:ors of the estate -of George M.
Sirgly dcecased, are requlired to render and
etab 'sh thei r resp"etive de:m:vds, before
me, by the first day of January 1S67.
Co's ofTiee, E-IL As .JOH NSTONE,
The Staite Of South Carolina.
In Fquity-Newoerry District. Jnho. S.
Rerwic. and others, creditors, vs. Jas. H.
W il'ituns. Exor, ar:d ot hers. Bill for acceunt
T he cred itors of ikrijnmnin T uckett deccas d.
are .crequired to render on oath and establish their
thier r espective demands, beflore the Commissioni
er of th's (curt, on or before the first day of
Januarv18S%5. IL AS JOHNSrONE. o,E.N.D.
Com's Otlice. Oc t, 29th,1866d. 2mn .*.
Ali persons having demands against the
estate of R. L. Uradley, dee'd., are requested
to hand then> in to the Ordinary, properly
attested, immediately; and all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
E. A. BRADLY, Excntix.
Oct. 10 31 St.
'The ""der'i'"ed have lor-med a partnership
for ti'e pr.1c:ce of Law.
1-.siness entrusted to us, in Newberry and ad
;eining Districts, will bha promptly attended to.
Oflic at 'ewberry U. H.
HENRtY StCMM R. WILLIAMZ R. SPEAEY AN.
Oct 17 3mo.
The subscriber will make application to
the next Leci-lature for a re charter of the
Ferry "eron Saluda River known as the
sept 12th tf ELIZABETII CIIAPPELL.
A L L persons indebted to the estate of W. P.
Cromuer, deceased, are notified and regneseted to
ma:ke payment- on or before the first of.January
n.ext, as~a settlement will be made '.n said estate
soon aft"'r that time. T. H. CROM E,
Oct. 17 2 mo. Adminlatrator.
John A. Chapman,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Eqnity,
Will attend to all business entrusted to his
care. Office at Bookstore.
*N ewberry C.II.,S. C, July 25tf.
* ~ NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that application will
be made to the Legislature at the next regular
Session, for a renewal of the Incorporation ot
the 'lewn of Frog Level. aug 29 35
IS hereby given that application will be made
to the next se-ssion of the Legislature. for a re%
nlewat or extension of the charter of 'the Town
of Newberry. WS. Gi. MAY lS,
Oct 10 Intendant Town of Newberry.
Notice to Debtors.
The Notes and Accounts of W. F. Pratt &
Nance-a late firm in the Drug business,
Newherry, S. 0.-are in the hands of Wmn.
F. Nance for settlement.
Perons indebted to them will please call
on him a! his office IN nEAR. OF GRIERisoN's
Dita; S;onn, our former place of business.
W. F. PR ATT & NANCE,
Nov. 14 46 e o w. tf. In Liquidation.
'ALL persons indebted to the estate 01
Jame D. Nance, dee'd., will please call on
me, preopared to settle the denmands agaiis;
them a' my office IN REAR OF GanEasos's
W'r. F. NANCE, Adnm'r.
Newberry, S. C., Nov. 14 46 2t mn. tf.
STALTE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
*OmIes CouaT or GENEnAL SEssloSs AMI
t ~ Con oN PLEAS.
IL ELIJAII P. LAKE, Clerk of saic
Court, in pursuance of the directions of th<
Act of the Legislature, in such case mxadt
and prnovided, do hereby give public notice
that an Election for Sheriff, for Newberry
District, will be held on !jl~~~d~ V tile firs
Cha rleson Adver.isemnims.
Wmn. F. Nance, Agent,
SOLICITS CONSIGNMENTS OF
WVillis & Chisolm,
Licb'r"i Mr 1-mees ma t:de and P'a:atan
and F n i,y suppiic furni,hcd on easy
terms. Dagzog and Rfps' c.mstantly en
hand, at iow iies to c;tomers.
OUice in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New.
berrv, S, C.
Novernbr 14-46 -tf.
CHlESTON WEXLY NEWS,
The prblishers of the "Charleston Daily
News" have great pleasure in stating to the
public that they have conrncaced the pub
"The Weekly News."
The aim of the pablishers will be to make
the "WEEKLY NEWS"
The Best Weekly Paper Published in the
it WILL COYTA.I;:
Accurate Market Reports,
Reoding for the Family Circle,
Poetry and Li- try Matter,
Able Editorials on the Subjects of the Day.
Ir HAS MORE
I LA D] r ._-A T TER
Than any other Weekly publiehed outside of
Subscription Terms-Only $3 a year. No
subsPcription received without the cash.
Cathcart. IcMillan & Norton,
No. IS Iaae St., Charleston, S. C.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
Fl'rnamiii:ta. Ja( k:-onvlil1e anr all
lhf I,:ld:n" nc the St. .hn's
S A V AN 'N AI. G A.
10im TONS I3UR DEN.
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. (,ONETTER.
ON antd after the 26th Oerober, this fine
Ship will sail from Southern Wharf, eve'ry
riday' Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above
All Freight mnust be paid here by shippers.
For Freiget or Pas.age apply on board, or
to the Ag&'ney. No. 17 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
MILLS' HiOU SE
CORNER QUEEN AND 31EETING STS,
CTharlestoin, S. C.
ThIs wel'l known first ec:ass Hotel has.~ jnxe
been rhorou.blyr repaired, retitted and re
furni4!hedl, anxd is now readyv foxr the aceo.
modatien of the travellinig puNlie, who.-e
patronage is respectfully solicited.
Coaches always ini readinress to conveyv
passengers to anid fromx tihe Hotel.
The P'ropr'ietor promises to do al1 in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
Nov 7 Proprietor.
CharlestOn, S. C.
The above popular Hotel is open for the
aconixodaitionx of the Travelling Public.
Board, per dy, $3.00
I Mrs. II. L. BUrT Enr;r.j.n,
A. ErTTEnEtn, Proprietress.
Supermxtendrnt, Novemrber I
Corner IKing and( S,oekty-sts..
CIARLESTON, 8. C.
Savage & Ensign, Proprietors.
Jesse.L. Savage. - - Edwin W .Ensign.
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
TILS popular and well known Hotel has
been newly furnished throughout b)y the
present Proprietor, who has been sixteen
years connected with the establishment.
W. WiTEi, P1aorurETon.
GEORGE G. MIxER, SuperintendeDt,
CHARLES A. MILLER, Cashier.
April 4, 1866-14.
ISecond door West of Guard House.
J. B AGGETT & co.,
F ACORS No 10Accommiodation Waf
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Give their attention exclusively to the sale of
LONG & SHORT STAPLE COTTON.
Underthe bovetitle thre subscriber will
resoe th pubie:hn of the Due West
Telescpe, fo the .R. Synod, on the first
Subser prioni three dIollars a year in aid
vance. JT. I. BONNER.
Due West, Oct 29th, 1866. tf.
For the life and Campaigns of
GEN'RAL STONEWALL JACKSON,
By Prof. R. L. D)abney, D. D., of Va.
The Standard Biography of the Immrorta
Hero. The only edition authorized by his
widow, and published for her pecuniary ben
efit. Thle author a personal friend and
Chief of St.dff of the Christian Soldier. We
want an agent in every county. Scud lox
No. 153 MEE1
G O GI. ' f G
IJOIX A SHHIU.
Direct Importers of Pi
I ~CIL \'Lv'
October 31 3m.
tS O U1T
'U R UE S , C H E M I C.
NO. 2S KING STREEI
N. A. PRATT, S. W. \V
Ch. to late C. S. N. and M. Bureau.
New Fall and Winter
Stll W'} & Co0..
We resp'c tfulir call the attention of the eit
izens and Merchants of Newberry, andi those
in the District, to a large and well assorted
W~hich we offer at
Wholesale anid iRetail.
We wil! guaranty to sell all goods as
chean as ther can be bought in the city.
We always~keep on hand full lines of Dos
mestic Goods, together with every other ar,
tidle to be foond in our line.
N. B3. Samples with price lists sent free of
charge to any part of the State.
We will guaraintee all goods. If not just
wha are represen'ed, can he returned to
stock. Be sure and call at
STOLL, WEBm & CO.,
jn 24 ly No. 287 King Street.
W HOL ESALE
The wiho'csale Dry Goods Busiress heretofore
conducte~d in the name of
JOHlN G. MlLNOR & CO.,
WillI hereafter be carried on in the name of
Mi!ior, Wilber & Martin,
AT I:n OtD) STAND,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Our house is now in receipt of a f':li ond
desirable stotck of Far.ey and( Dom es:!e Dry
G i a:: ' would in.vite our old friends
ad the tra'de generally to an e: mination
f our '-tock
FACTiSB AND PLANTE!S
W \ill flod it :o thei i'tere to e'x:imain
every f.cil r : ,r!a to endlte t m to
fil th i o: Ger : ! la . :h r s r,irs.
Ordes crefuy ] promuiVl fi'deu.
Mr.V WM. (. SMLL .m of th frmo
us and wou be pleased if his frends w l
gie himn call.
N. J.-eer NAtYLER, SMITH & Co's
Offie can be found at ou s' tore [tp stairs.]
JOHiN G. MIbNyR,
nov 7 3 J. J. IMARTI IN.
Cotton and Corn
Directions for use same as
No. 1 Peruvian "Guano",
M&i At less than hal f the cost.
Barrels 2~>0 lbs. each--Eigrht to the Toni.
UUNT & BRiO., Axgents,
nov 7 2m eCHARLESTUN, S. C.
Johnston, Crews & Co.,
Importers and wholesale Dealers in
Staple and Fancy
D RY G OO DS,
No. 41 Hayne street,
Charleston, S. C.
Nov 7 1mo.
No. 103, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
ON TIIE EUROPEAN SYSTEM,
The boarder or lodger renting his room,
and eating where he pleases. Attached to
the house is a fine RETAURANT where
the best of fare of any and every kind, and
at most reasonable rates, can be had. This
KVER T3.EMEN TS.
'lAIN, South Carolha.
ire Drugs & Chemicals,
TfON,. S. C.
, CHARLESTON, S C.
LSON, P. B. WILSON.
Chemist to late C.S. Ord. Departm't.
J. B. E. SLOAN,
Genera1 Commnission M~erchanit,;
BR(OWN & CO'S WHIARF,
Charlestoni, S. C.
Tenders hi> services for the sale of Cot ton
orlidc' hr odu e, and for the purchase .of
Merchandize and Plantation supplies.
Refer to !:ayes & Martin, and Geo. D.
Smith, Ne whe~rry C. IH.; Thos. W. olloway
LE~NGNJUK & SELL,
lIporters and Wholessle Dtaers
North cast corner T.eeing anid Market Streets
Charleston, S. C.
Invite the Trade to examwiue their full n'nd varied
aBON.E FT nd H ATS. trimmed an d ntrimmed,
RIlm5iONS. or all descriptions,
FLOWVERS, FEA EHriuS, DRESS CARS,
NErs. VEILS of* newest designa
RUC H ES, l,ACES, Cn Arl- S, s1KS,
aug 15 83
I- OYES & VAIL,
[Succes5ors to Aitkin, Noyes & Johnston,]
[ IMPOflTERS AND JoDBEFRS OF
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mr. Vail resides in New Yorkz, and ships
ood.s bought for cash per every steamer.
Buver< are invted to call and exaImine our
stock before purchasing else where.
Isept 5 3m
Fa ll i WiIIr wear,
8ie:k, White and Colored ALPACAS,
Sri Recal MOH A[R,
Checked do, (10.
8%:k and colored all wool DELAINS,
ALL WOOL PLAIDS.
SILK WARP POPLINS,
Black and colored SILKS,
Eng., Frenchi nnd American PRINTS,
SIi EETING and SIRTING,
LoAKS, BASQUES, SACQUES,
And a grecat variety of other goods for
Just received at
J. R. READ & CO'S.
263 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
The nrudersigned being the oldest irr.port
rs and dealers in G uano in Charleston, in
form their friends that they expect to re
eive a re gular supply of
Pure Peruvian Guano,
dirct from the Ag nts of tihe Peruvian
Government at New York, which they will
sell at all times at lowest market rates.
Orders promiptly filled.
T.hJ. KERR & CO,
No.Kerr's Whr,Charleston, S. C.
WINTHROP B. WILLIS,
Formerly Caldwell, B3lakely and Co.
COTTON FACTOR AND COMMIS-:ION
No 12, ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
July 25, 5mos.
TV rmo .v OF I-STRET,'
Depots: 37 & 39 Nassau. 54,
56 & 58 Liberty St.,
New York Cty.
Of lolewood Pianos and Melodeons, Fine
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Silver Ware,
GJld and Silver Watches, and Eie%
gant .Jewelry, consisting of Dia
mond Pins, Dnond lmi:azs,
.Gold braclets, Coral,
Jet, Lava, and
Sets, Gold Pens, with Gold and Sil
ver Extension Hollers, Sleeve
urttone. Sets of Stud, Vest
and Neck Chains, Plain
an! Chnscrl Gold
Chain-, &c ,&c.
1,000 ,o0o, For One Dollu.
which they need not pay until it is known
what is drawn and its va!u,.
The Ameri'an Jeweler=' Association calls
your attention to the flct of its being the
largest .and mot popuiar Jewelry Associa
tion in the United States. The business is
and always has bcen conducted in the most
candid and honorable manner. Our rapidly
increasing trade is a sure guarantee of the
appreciation of our patrons for this method
of obtaining rich, elegant and costly goods.
The sudden stagnation of trade in Europe,
owing to tcc late German War and recent
disastrous financial crisis in England, has
caused the failure of a large number of Jews.
elry Houses in London and Paris, obliging
them to sell their goods at a great sacrifice,
in some instances less than one third the
cost of manufacturing We have lately pur
chased very largely of these Bankrupt Goods,
at such extremely low prices, thtt we can af
ford to send away Finer Goods, andgive bet
ter chances to draw the most valuable prizes
than any other establishment doing a simi
lar business. Our aim is to please, and we
respectfully solicit your patronage, as we
are confident of giving the utmost satisfac
tion. During the past year we have forward
ed a number of the most valuable prizes to
all parts of the country. Those who patron
ize us will receive the full value of their
money, as no article on our list is worth less
than One Dollar, retail, and there are no
blanks. Parties dealing with us may depend
on having prompt returns, and the articles
drawn will be immediately sent to any ad,
dress by return mail or express.
The following parties have recently drawn
valuable prizes from the American Jewelers'
A,sociation, and have kindly allowed the
use of their names:
Charles J. Hunter, E-q., Treasury Depart
ment, Washington, D. C., Piano. va!ue $300;
Miss Anna G. Yates, 52 St. Mark's Place,
N. Y., Sewing Machine, value $75; Brig.
Gen. L. L. I1L:-onI, U. S. Vo!s , Nashville,
Tecnn., Silve:- Tea Set, vaine $150; MissEm,~
ma lUmiter, 63 Front St., Harrisburg, Pa.,
Sewing Macbine, value $60; Lieur.-Col.
Walter Ch ittenden, Qua rtermnaster, Louis
ville, Kentucky, Gold Watch, value $159;
Wim. S. Hlaines, 247 King St., Charleston,
S. C., Si!ver Watch, value S50; Alexander
Johnson, Es'q., Edirhr Muskateur Pioneer,
Murkateur, Muiin . L-ndes Enamel Watch,
valne $159; Samuel L:-e, E-sq., PresidentCol
orado and Red Bank 3Mining Company, San
Francisco, Cal.. Melodleou, value $200; A aron
S. Long, Es.q , Principal E!Xhart Collegiate
Institu e, Elkhart, N. J., Diamond Pin,
vau 200; R. 31 Longst.reet, Montgomery,
Ala., Music Box, value $75; Rev. Isaac Van
Duzer, Albany N. Y., Gold Lined Dining
Set, value $300; Miss Clara Luceguer, Day
ton, Ohio, Pianoforte, value $400, and Dia,.
mond Pin, value $175.
Many names could ho-placed on che List,
but we publi-h no names without permis,
sion. Our patrons are desired to send Uni
ted States Carrency when it is convenient.
ParZial List of Artides
- To nE
Sold for One Dollar Each,
Witt regarJ1 to value, a d not to be paid
for uintil you know what youm are to receive:
13 E!eg't Rose wood Pianos, from S-200 to 4530
15 Eleg't Melodeons, Rosew'd Cases 175 to 250
50 First Class Sewing Machines 40 to300
75 Fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100
150 Fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 30
50 Music Boxes 25 to 40
150 Revolving Patent Castors, Silver 20 to 40
50 Silver Fruit and Cake Baskets 20 to 35
400 Sets of Tea and Table Spoons 20 to 40
150 Gold lHunt'gCase W atch's, war'td 50 to 150
100 Diam'd Rings,clust'r&sinlgle stone 75 to 260
175 Gold Watches 85 to 150
300 La dies' Watches 60 to 100
00 Siilver Watches 20 to 75
Di tmnond Pins, Broaches andl Ear Drops,
Ldies' Se ts of Go'ld and Coral, Jet and Gold,.
Forenine. Mosaic, Lava and Cameo; Sets
o Stub.- Vtot. a-1i Neck Chains, Plain and
Chaed Gol IRings, Gold Thimbies, Lockets,
Necw style Belt lluckle Gold Pens aind Pen
cib:,1' F.cy Work B3oxes, G,il l'%i with
Gll and Silver Extension Holders, and a
l rge i-uortm ent of Fine Silver Ware and
Jewe 'ry of every description, of the best
ma,ke and 1latest -Myles. - l.?
g: i|: n te f' /I| )Tan r|te
y p-c1 i sin Ia scaled1 ecciwope for
7 Five Sealed Envelopes will be sent for
S1; Eleven for $2; Thirty for $5; Sixty-five
for $10: one Hundred for $15.
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Unequaled inducements offered to Ladies
and Gents who will act as such. Our des
scriptive circulars will be sent on applica
Distributions are made in the following
manner :-Cerificates naming each article
and its value are placed in sealed envelops,
which are well mixed. One of these envel
ops containing the Certificate or Order for
some article, will be delivered at our office,
or sent by mail to any address, without re
gard to choice, on receipt of 25 cents.
On receiving the Certificate the purchaser
will see what article it draws and its value,
and can then send One Dollar, and receive
the article named, or can choose any other
article on our list of the same value.
Purchiasers of our Sealed Envelops may in
this mainner, obtain an article worth from
one to five hundred <loMars.I Loug 4Lters
are unnecessary. Have the kindness to
write plain directions, and in chosing differ
ent articles from those drawn, mention the
'N Orders for Sealed Envelops must in
every case be accompanied with the cash,
with~ the name of the person sending, and
Town, County and State plainly written.
Letter's shou!d be addressed to the Man
agers, as follows:
SHERM~AN, WA.TSON & CO.;
37 & 39 Nassau-St., New York City.
October 24 :Unio.
J. T. sTE3n1OUSE. ALLAN' MAcAULY.
ST1ENH'OUSE & MACAULY.
( OmmisSIOfl Mcrchauts,
For the sale ofd( otton, Cotton Yarns, Sheet
igs, Naval Stores etc., and for the purchase of
66 Pearl Street, New York,
Consignments to us from any point in the South
ully protected by Insurance as soon as shipped.
aug ly -___
PHENIX IRON WORKS,
COL UMBIA, S. C.
Goldsmith and Kind
ALL kinds of Mill Castings, (Saw and
rs,) alnmns for Houses, Garden. Grave
New York 14vertisenmt.
E. & H. T AIQTEONY& 00,
Manufacturers of PhdtographiC Xat&dalk
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL,
501 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Tn add ition to our main basinem of
GTAPHIC MAe.ERIALS we arelledES
for the following, viz:
Stereoscopes & Stereescepic View '
S o A merican and Foreign Cities and 1adMlI,
Groups, Statuary, etc.
Stereoscopic Views of the.War
From negatives made in the various aaM
and forminfg a complete I'hotograpbie bh
the great contest.
Sterdoscopic Viewe on Glass.
Adapted for either the Magic Lantern or the
Stereoscope Our Catalogue will be sent to an
address on recaipt of Stamp.
We manufacture more largely than any otbr
house, about 2 ' varieties fromn &)oents- ftsV
each. Our ALBUMS have the reputatio efis
ing superior in- beauty and durablity e -ay
Card Photographs of General 4 tae
Actors, etc., etc.
Our Catalogue embraces over FIVE THOU
SAND differeot subjects, including reprodus
tions of the most celebrated Engravtgs, Piat
ingF Statues, etc. Catalogues seat on reeefpt C
I'hotographers and others orderin ods.C. O.
D., wi!l please remit 25 per cent t smosnt
with their order.
The price and quality of our goods cannot &H
N ov. 4 45 tf
Salisbury, Bro. Co.,
Extensive Manfactarert and Imporw.
Gold, Plated and Ore4e.
Solid and Nickel Silver Ware,
American, English and Swiss waths
CASED BY OURSELVES,
And every description of
Fancy Goods and Yankee Nstis
Especially adaptec and des'gned for r
ern and Western Trade.
Circulars and full descriptive Prre
Agents wanted everywhere. Addrew
SALISBURY, BRO. ? O.,
51 Dorraests }_
nov 213m Providence, . L
An Old Song, set to.a New ?.Wo
"As spring approaches
Ants and Roaches
From their holes come out,
And Mice and Rats,
In spite of cats,
Gaily skip about."
"18 years established Ian- . .C ."
"Only infallible remedies known. I
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the- Human Thms"
Rats come out of their- hrolesto 4.
"COST AR'S'.' R AT, ROACH, &c., EY~
. Is a paste-used for Rats, Mie, E~~
Black and Red Ants, &e. 's., e .
"OST AR'S" BED:BUG F*ERMINWk?05
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, sat
also as a preventive for Bedbags ?i1.
"COSTA It'" ELECTRIC POWD& F0B~
Is for Maths,Mosquitoes,Fu
mitaistions, fslw '
17 See that "CourAnis" asme is
Box. Bottle, and Flask, before yoiL5bgy,., -.
W'Address,- HENRY R00M$W
gff Sold in Newherry S. C.
W By all Druggists and Reta1eii nd
Barns Ward & Co., wholesale agents New
INCREASE OF RATS.---The s
Gazette (English) asserts and h 4j
figures thatone pairof RATS will haYe ap
geny and descendants no less 'th.an 65L.,M
i three years. Now, unless this imin s
f~miy can be kept down, they would ens
same more food than would sustain 65,0
See '.CosTrAu's" advertisement%boiY.
R ATS versus BlRDS.-Whoevereg
in shootig small birds is a;cruel man; t
ever aids in exterminating rats is abes
tor. We should like some one to give nst
benefit of their experience in driving -
these -pests. We need something b l
dogs,cats, and traps for this buskess.-Sie
tific American. N. Y.
[WSee "CosTAn's" advertisement aoe
Gi Soldi in New berry S. G.
Gj By a1LDragists and Dealers atsI
Barnes, Ward & Co., wholesale agemls
New Orleans, La.
GROVESTEEN & Co.,
PAN3 FDRTE MANUFACTU!EWB,
449 BROADWAY. JEW YOR.*E '
These PIANOS received the Higliest .Awas
of 3erit, at the World'. Fair. over the bgtm
ker~ from Lon~don. Pis. Gerraszy, 'the ett~
- New York. Vh iladelphiat, Balmora-aD&Ii
also. the (iold 31edal at -the American~
for Fire Successive Years ! Our Piano< (~
the French Graind Action, HarpPda.m.
gung !3ass, Full Tron Frame, and an ~du~
Impr0ements. Every InstramentwakWp
FIVE years. -Mdander the superviuioO~
J. H. GROVEST E,wB~ rcia
rience of over thirty-ive st,dIb355
of over eleven thousand paoforts. Oii ul=
ities for manufacturing eale us tosellhu he
struets from 5100 to 6$)0 cheaper tbsa say
first class piano forte. 'ag IS l
PER YEAR! we want agents ever wher
to sell our IMPROVED $20 Sewn Xa
chines. Three new kinds.. Under adup
per feed. Sent on trial. Warranted fivi
years. Above salary on~ large commissions
paid. The on;r machines sold in the Uni
ted States for less than $40, which are ftlly
licensed b)y Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bachelder..
All other cheap machines are infringements,
and the- seler or user are liable to arrest, fta.
and imprisonmnent. Illustrated circulars sent.
free. Address. or call upon Shaw & Clark,
at Biddef'ord, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 2.5 ly.____
A MONTIH-AGENTS wanted for sixen-.
tirel new artic!es, just out. Address *, T..
GA RY, City Building, Biddeford, Met
July 2.5 ly..
A pplication will be made at tbe-next re&
ular Session of the Legislature of Sonth Car'o
lina, for leave to close and dieontinue the
pb!ic road leaving the highway leadin
from Newberry to O'NIeaWs Mills, near