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For the Haldkerehief.
Night Blooming Cereus,
Penny's Egyptian Lotus,
Ext. Pond Lily.
For sale by S. POPE, M. D., Agt.
deo 19 51 St
FOR THE HAIR.
Clock' Hair Restorer,
For sale by S. POPE, 11. D., Agt.
dee 19 51 3t
A meeting of the Commissioners of Poor,
for Newberry District will be held at the
Poor House, on Saturday the 29th day of
L'ecember inst., at which time a Steward or
keeper, to take charge of the place for the
aext year, (1867,) will be elected.
Applicants will be required to make their
application in writing on or before that day.
The Secretary will receive proposals pre
elou to that day, and on thrt day can be
made to the board. By order Com's of
?eor for Newberry District.
Sec'tv Board Coin's Poor.
Dc. 19, 1866. 51 2t.
All persons indebted to the Estate of
Jane T. Wilson, )ec'd., are hereby notified
that payment must be made on or before
the first of February nest. All persons
kaing demands must present them by that
time as a settlement will he made on said
tase at that time. HUGH C. WILSON,
hoe. 14, 1866. 51-3t. Adm'r.
Persons indebted to the Estate of Richard
W. Clary, deceased, must pay forthwith ;
and all those having demands against said
Istate will present them at once to Col.
Jorton, at Pickens C. H., or to the under
signed at Jalappa, Newberrv district, as the
hw directs. J. H. WILLIAX.S, Adui'r.
Dec. 19 51 St.
To Black and White!
Those indebted to the undersigned for
Nedical services rendered in 1865, are here
by notified that if their dues are not settled
within fifteen days, they will be put in suit
for collection. D. WV. PA TTON.
Dec. 12 50 St.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
Ge.. A. Riser deceased, are requested to
- bake payment on or before the first day
of January next. Ard those having
demnands will please present them on or
*before that day. JOHN RISE R,
Nov. 7th, td. A dnr.
THE Notes and Accounts of W. F. Pratt
SNance, that remain unpaid on Return day
ser the District Courts anad the Courts of
Common Pleas, niext ensuing, w ill be placed
* in she hand.of Attorney for collection.
'WM. F. NANC'E,
* for W. F. PRATT & NANCE,
*Dec. 25th, 1 8&%. 'br. Ini lin'idation.
There will be an election in the town of
Zewberry, on Monday, the 14th day of Jatn.
uary next, for an Intendant and four War.
dens, to serve during t b-: year 1867.
By order of Intendant,
W. G. MAYES.
Managers-E. S. Coppock, R. Moorman,
I,-rdieHarris,wife of AbrahamHarris,
of Newberry So. Ca., merchant, hereby give
notice that, at the expiration of thirty days,
it is my tintention and design to trade in
mnerchandise as a sole trader at Newberry
Court House. FREDRIKE H A RR[S.
Dec 5 4t
Just received a full supply of very su
perior Cotton Yarti-all sizes.
Dec. 19 51 St. R. STEW ART.
Juat received a lot of the celebrated "Cal
houn Tobacco," the very best mnanufac
tured. Also common grades.
Dec. 19 51 3t. R. STEWA RT.
. -a"-e*- Shoe Thread.
** Brown and white Shoe Thread, the very
best English thread that is importedl.
Dec. 19 51 St R. STEW A RT.
Just received brown and fancv Soap at
low prices, bL R. STEW ART.
Shot, Learl, Caps,
Just received a full supply Shet, Lead and
Percussion Caps, by R. STE WA RT.
Dec. 19 51 3t.
Apr 11, 14. NEWBERRY.
Messrs. Editors-By nominating Mr.
Daniel 13. Wheeler as a candidate for Tax
Collector of New berry District, y ou w ill
oblige his mnany
July 4 WARM FRIENDS.
Mrssas EDITORS : You will please an
pounce J. D. SMITH, as candidate fir the
office of Tax Collector, Newberry district
and oblige MAN Y FRIENDS.
May 2, 1866.
Xussas EDrroas : You are authorized to an
nounce JOHN W. COUNTS as a ::andid ate for
the office of Tax Collector for Newberry Dist.,
at the ensuing election. Mr. Counts is a gentie
man every way qualified for the office.
FOR Tax COLLECTOR .-Capt. JOHN W IL
TLA MS is respectfully nominated as a candidate
%r the Office of Tax Collector, NewLerry Dis
tr-ict, at the next election.
Oct. 31st, 1866. MANY FRIENDS,
MESSRS. EDrroR8-Please nominate Mr JOS.
W. HILL as a suitable canuidate for the office
of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term, and
oblige NE WB.ERRY.
MESsRs EDITOs-Please announce Mr.
JACOB KIBLER as a candidate for the of%
fice of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term,
as in every respect qualified and worthy of
URGED, by the many changes which
distress the community-among which is
the fact that we have to pay cash for every
thing purchased-we are compelled to
publish the following terms and conditions
upon which we propose to practice medicine,
For visit and prescription - - - $2,00
prescription at office or in
the street - - - - - - - - - - -1,00
obstetrical cases (simple) - -20,00
consultation - - - - - -----10,00
" milage-per mile (day) - - 50
" " (night) - -1,00
Our terms are CASH. The above stated
reason, alone, fotces us to insist upon this.
It is our intention to present bills, at the
termination of every case, for services
rendered ; and no visits nor attention can
be expected from us afterwards, until the
amount of such bills is paid.
P. B. RUFF
0. B. MAYER
G. W. GARMANY.
Dec. 12th, 1866.
Monticello, S. C.
THE 4th Sess'on of this School, embrac
ing '-wenty Weeks, will commence on Mon
day, the 14th of January next. F upils are
charged fro.m time of entrance to close of
session. No deductions made except in
cases of protracted illness. Boarders are
required to furnish sheets, pillow cases,
towels, lights and heavy covering. PAYMENT
FOR BOARD AND TUITION MUST BE MADE AT
THa TIME THE PUPIL ENTERS THE SCHOOL.
- TERMS PER SESSION:
Board, including washing,......$84
Tuition, Collegiate Department.... 20
" Academic " 18
" Pri.narv " 12
" Music " 20
"t rench "15
" Drawing 15
Use Pianos, 2
Incidental Expenses, 2
Latin, no charge.
Above charges in currency.
For further particulars address
REv. J. TAYLOR ZEALY,
Monticello, S. C., Dec. 12. Principal.
THE Subscriber respectfully informs the
public that the exercises of his School will
commence on the second Monday in Jainuary
next. Those wishing to come will do well
to make early application, as his accomoda
tions for boarding pupils are limited.
TH OS. DUCKETT,
Near Liberty Hall.
Dec. 12, 1866. 3t.
A Lady, fully competent to impart a
thorough English education, together with
Latin and Music, to a family of children,
can hear of -t remunerative situation, to.
gether with a comftortatble home, by ad
dressing Box 19, Newberry C. H., S C.
References given anid required.
The undersigned will rent privately the
house and lot, situated in the town of New
berry, containing 67? acres, more orles
except Tan yard, Tanner's house and wood
land, which formerly belonged to R. B.
If said honse and lot is not rented before
Sale day in January, it will then be offered
for rent puablicly. ROBERT STEWART.
Dec. 15, 51 L. J. JONES.
H. IL. Brantly,
Civil Engineer, Architect and
Offers his services to the citizeus of
Newberry, and surrounding Districts.
After si, teen years practical experience
in his profession, lie insures satisfaction to
all who may employ him ; the courts are al
ways satisfied with his Surveys of lands.
The phats w ill be p rfectiy neat and un
exeptional. Dee. 19, 1866. 51-tf.
Whom II may concero!
For the FIRST TIME in my life I
earnestly ask all who are indebted to
Metts, Land & Leavell, also Metts &
Leavell, to come forwm d and settle by
the 1st of January, 1867T. You will take
due notice and govern yourselves ac
Dec. 19 3
I have made arrangements to get fresh
Osters and1 Fish twice a week, to acedmmo
date the citizens. A. M. RISER.
Dec 5 tf
ON MAIN ST., NEWBERRY,
IS now handsomely furnished and well
supplied with all kinds of pure liquors.
Restaurant and Lodgings.
B. M. BLEASE, Agent.
A No. 1
TWO HORSE WAGON,
FORt S.\LE BY
MAYES & MARTIN.
Dec. 19 .51 -2t.
I will attend at Newberry, C. H., every
Monday and Thursday, and other days if
necessary, to collecs the Internal Revenue
Tax on cotton. aad grant permission for the
Shipment of the same.
JAMES H DENNIS,
Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue.
Dcc. 23th, 1866. 52 3t.
n that snerior warranted,
ISk[MAN & TL8ER,
General Commission and
Respectfully announce that they have now
on hand a fresh assortment of articles in
their line, to which they solicit early atten
A B C. Powdered and Crushed.
Rio, two qualities.
S. II. Syrup,
Sides and S. C. Hams, Breakfast Strips.
Gallon, half gallon, quarter gallon.
In Cans, French, (in bottles) Flour, Candles,
Cheese, Salt, Candles. %o p, Spices. Teas,
Fruits. Wooden Ware, Mackerel, Dutch Her
ring, Salmon, Oysters, Matches, and Crock
Corn, Peas and Potatoes, Barley, and new
Buckwheat Flour, Nuts and Fire Crackers,
for the holidays.
Above please find memorandum in part of
our stock, which we trust is sufficient to
warrant us a call. December 12
Wholesale and Retal
BOOT & SHOE
We are now receiving our
FALL & WINTER STOCK
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.
I, M. SUBER & CO,
oct 10 41 tf
B J. SINGLE TOINS
No. 2. Mollohon Row.
New Orleans Molasses,
Sugar Ihouse 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
IIOSIERY, for Ladies and Gen
HA TS & CAPS,
BOOTS and SHOES,
AT VERY L.OW PRICES,
To all of which public attention is
respectfully called. The ladies
will find it bLt agreeable and pro
fitable to call.
Nov 2847 tf
A New Carriage
NEAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF WM.
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
maker by trade, having arranged with com
petent workmen, for carrying on his busi
ness in a workmanlike manner, he announ
ces to the citizens of Newberry and surroun
ding country, that he is ready to receive
orders for new work, Carriages, or Bng
gies, &c., of any style or pattern that par
ties may wish. And if their work is not
done acoording to order parties will not be
under any obligation to take it, when done.
Give him a trial, is all he asks. Old Car
riages and Buggies renovated and made to
look equal to new, at reasonablle prices. A
liberal share of patronage is solicit- d.
lie is in mionthly receipt of patternJs of
all the latest styles in vogue; parties order
ing can h-ive a fine selection to choose from.
A few Buggies on hand for sale.
Dec. 19 51 6mmo. J. TAY LOR.
-- John A. Chapman,
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Equity,
Will attend to all business entrusted to his
care. Office at Bookstore.
Newberry C. II. S. C, July 25 tf.
UR. T. IIUUJN.
Fine French & Amer
OF ALL KINDS.
Crystalized Fruits, Rock Candy, plain Kiss
ses, gilt and silver Kisses, Gum Drops, Rose
Drops. Vanilla and Cream Drops.
Cordial and Liquor Drops of all kinds.
Also Pates de Foies Gras, Cepes, Oysters,
Salmon, Sardines, Pickles, Pepper Sauce,
Ginger, Nutnegs, &c.
Also a fine a*sortment of FAMILY
Such as Coffee, Teas and Sugars of first
Besides Chewing and Smoking Tobacco,
best brands, Pipes, etc.
STORE OPPOSITE COVRT HOUSE,
And next door to LIM. Suber & Co.
Nov 14 46 tf
Jno. P. Kinard & Son,
Are now receiving a laroe
Stock of Goods of every -de
seription, which will be sold
cheap. Only ask a call to
They will give the highest
market price for all kinds of
produce. For Cotton, they1
will pay more than any body.
November 14 tf
CARLE & McCAUGHRIN,
Banking & Insurance Agents,
N E\WBEIRRY, S. C.,
Buy and Sell Exchange on Charles
ton and _ New York.
Insure Building, Cotton. Mer
chanlize and other property.
against loss or damage by fire.
Nov 7 2mo.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS. 4
The undersigned are prepared to make
Liberal Advances uponl Cotton.
Consigned to Geo. W. Williams & Co., Mera
chants and Factors. Charleston, S. C , or to
Williams Th.ylor & Co., Commission Mer,
chants, New York.
They are ahon prepared to purchase Cotton
and other Produtce, and have made arrange.
meats to order Guano for Planters, from first
hands in Baltimore, to be paid promptly
CAR WILE & McCAUGIIRIX.
Newberry, S. C., Sept 12, 1866. 37if
On Charleston A T PA R, in sums as wanted.
On New York in sums of $100and upwards,
remitted promptly to order.
Made on Cotton and othier produce con
signed to reliable houses in
Charleston, S. C.,
New York, and
On libera.I terms.
WMr. F. NANCE,
November 28 tf Agent.
For ENGLISH ACCOUN T EXCLUSIVELY
W OO L,
Or Unshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices paid in ensh, or Cloth ex
WM. F. NANGE.
Offiee la rear Grierson's Drug Store, New
berry, S. C.
dec 12 6m
CARWYE & M'CAUGHRIN,
Arc Prepared to inake A(drances
on Cotton conisigned to
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
COTTON FACTORS & MERCIHANTS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.t
WILLIA MS, TAYLOR & CO., a
aug 39. 35
1 (d0 now for the last time warn parties
who aire indebted to me by Note, and to
myv wife by Note or Accotut, that unless
they give me sonme reason for not payitg a
part or the whole, they will be sued, if I
tiuk they are worth the cost. I made a
proposition through the Newberry Herald
to take almiost anything that was offered,
and not the first man or woman hats offered
to pay mie one centt, and I must !'ow have
sonmc showing about the matter. Thii is in
teded for all. B. H. LOVELACE.
Nov. 21 47 tf.
PER YEAR! we want agents every whert
to sell our IMPROVED $20 Sewing Ma
chines. Three new kinds. Under and up
per feed Sent on trial. Warranted five
years. Above salary on large commissione
paid. The ONLY machines sold in the Uni
ted Stares for less than $40, which are fully I
licensed by Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and B3achelder.
All other cheap machines are infringements,
and the seller or user are liable to arrest, fine4
and imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address. or call upon Shaw & Clark,
at Biddetord, Maine, otr Chicago, Ill. -
July 25 ly.
THE ASSOCIATE REFORMED
Under the above title the snbscriher will
resume the publication of the Due West.
Telescope, for the A. R. Synod, on the first
of January 1si7.
Subscri~ption three dollars a year in tad
..c.-- J. TRNNPR.
W. H. WEBB,
Would respectfully announce
To his friends and the public that the
And are Now Open,
\ivd embrace one of the finest
and best stocks of goo
ever before offerc
in this )lace, such a
Fancy and Staple,
Ladies Dress goods,
1Vhitc and Brown goods,
i examination of my stock
s all that is asked, as I am
>atisfied in being able to effect
;ales if the goods are seen.
[hey will be sold at prices
Nov 21 47 tf
[N GREAT VARIETY
Sugars, aH grades, from 15 ets.
o 25 ets., coffee, bacon, lard, -tea, cheese,
nacker'el in kits, half barrels anid barrels,
~iverpool anrd table salt, flour in barrels,
elf-raising flour, new rice, soaps-bar, cas
ile and toilet ; candles, starch, indigo,
nadder, copperas.blue stone, pepper, spree,
ingr,r sod ,pickles-all sorts and sizes;
ysters, sardines, nutmnegs, n.ace, eloves,
inamnon bark, yeast powders, mustard,
lueing, candies, raisins, lemons, orange's,
ppes, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and eigars. all grades;
ubs, buckets, blue arnd brass bound, all
izes ; seives, brooms, water dippers,black
rg and brushres, curry combs, cotton and
wool cards, jima-crow cards, nails, axes,
oket and tabie cutlery, tacks, awls, spey
nig needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz
Paper anid linen collars. shirts and bosoms,
ose anid half hose, suspenders, belts, hand
terchiefs, neck ties, pocket books, pass
Lind spelling books, slates, lead and carpen
er's pencils, pens and ink, buttons, needles;
md thrcad, of all kinds, hair oil, hair
rushes, tooth brushes, shaving brushes,
hessing combs, razors, razor strops, shav
rog boxes, looking glassea, with a variety
>toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
loiestie ginghanms, twes jeanls and sati
ats,with a splendid assortment of eroekery
are, glass, C. C. and granite, whIich we
itend sellirng ar. a very short profit.
All kinds country produce boughrt or bar
ered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 ly Main-st., Newberry.
TIlE subscritr 'as just rece.ived a supply
f these Cases, from the above celebrated
nanufacturer. which are of the latest and
ost improved patterns, anid of elegant Rose
vod tinish, and whichr he offers at low rates
o the public. He take' this occasion to say
lar they have been purchased exclusively
or a,h. and selling them at only a small
dranc.e on the cash price, that no orders for
he above Cases will be attended to unless
companed with the cash.
R C. CHAPMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July 25, 1806. 9m.
fewberry C. II., So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
erry anid sun ounding country that having
e op>ened his carriage shop, arid is now
wrepared ta execute all work in his line in,
he nearest manrner, and w ith dispatch.
'ill make rand repair
Nov 7 t;mo
BREAD ad CAKE
T HE Subscriber will open at Mr. Scott's
uilding, north side Main streeCt, near the
.\ Xo. 1 Bakcrv~
STATE OF SOUTH CARULINA
ewberry District-In Equity.
John C. Richards, Admtr., v. Pettus W.
Chick, a d others.
Bi;l for Sale of Land, Relicf, Ijunction, &c.
BY order of the Court of Equity, I will
On the first Monday in Jan., 1867,
the REAL ESTATE of said dee'd,
consisting of a Tract of Land, containing
more or less, situated in Newberry District,
and bounded by land- of Win. E. Hardy,
Mrs. Nance, T. K. Coie;d, Mrs. Ilarriet
Hodges and o:hors-on :l crec.it of twelve
months, with interest from day of sale
the purchaser being riquired to give bond,
with at least two goo<d sureties, to secure
the purchae mo.Ce -or he may py the
sane in cash in cri:trere.
SiLAS JOIINSTONE, e. :. N. n.
Comn's Ulhco, 26Nov.,i186G. N2S 4 *6.
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity, Newberry District.-W. K. liar
rinigtoi and others, Ex'ors., vs. helen
O'Neill and others.
By order of the Court, I will re,sell, before
tle Court House at Newberry, on the first
Monday in January next, at the risk of for
mer purchasers, who have not complied with
the terms of sAle, certain tracts of land be
longing to the estate of the late Chief Jus,
tice John Belton O'Neatl, deceased. Also
several tracts of land lying North or North
east of of the Lauren:; R.tiiroad.
Terms.-The purchaser will be required to
give bond with at least two good sureties
and a tuortgage of the property,to secure the
purchase money, payable in three equal an
naal instalments with interest from the day
of sale, and to pay the costs of these pro
ceedings in eath. Permision, however, is
granted to the purchaser to pay a portiou or
all the purchase money in cash.
SILAS JoiiNSTONE, c. F. N. n.
Con's Office, Dec. i1, '6t 4t1o
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity, Newberry District. Mary A.
Glenn and others vs. James Law and
By order of the C;urt. I will sell before the
Court House, at Newberry,on the first Mon
day in January next, a par t of the real es
tate of Gco. W. Glenn, dec'd., as follows:
A house and lot in the town of Newberry,
the said lot contains one acre, more or less,
and is hounded by Johnstone street, McKel
lar street, Friend street and Nance st.
Terms.-The purchaser will be required to
pay one third of the purchase money in cash,
and to securc the remaining two thirds pay
able in two equal annual instt laieuts, with
interest from the day of sale, by boud with
at least two good sureties and a mortgage of
the premises. The purchaser, however, will
be allowed to pay the whole amount in cash.
The payments all to be made in gold or its
Con's Office, SIL AS JOHNSTONE,
Dccl11 1u1 c. E. N. D.
The State of South Carolina-In
Equity, Newherry District. -Silas John,
stone, Commissioner, vs. D. D. Stone.
Bill to foreciose Mort gage.
By order of the Court, I will sell, before
the Court House at Newberry, on the first
Monday in January next, a tract of land, in
Newberry Disirict, belonging to David D.
Stone, containing one hundred and three
acres, and two fifths of an acre, more or less,
and boundled by hands of Rtebecca DeWalt,
Thomas Elliser andl orhers, as per plat there
of on file in my ofiee.
TEIns.-Thle, purchaser will be required to
give boud with at least two good sureties,
and a mortgage of the premises, to secure
the purchase money, payable in two equal
annual instalments, with interest from the
(ay of siale, and to pay in cash 'the costs otf
Corn's Office, SILAS JO HINSTONE,
Dec. 11, 1866. 4 t.*10. C. E3. N. D.
The State of South Carolina.
New-berry District-In Equity.
Thomas IHayne Chalmers, Jane Chalmers and
Malvina Chalmers, vs. Martha A. W. Chalmers.
Bill for Partition.
The creditors of' Thomas A. W. Chalmers. de
ceased, are hereby required to render in on oath.
and establish before the Commissioner, their
respctive demands, on or before the first day of
March next. SILAS JOHI.NSI'NE, c x.N.D.
Com's. of!!ce, N o 26, 2863. 3m f112
The State of South Caroliua-In
Equity-Newberry D)istrict. Thou. S.
Blair Admr. vs. Rebecca J. Thompson.
Bill for sale of land and other relief.
B3y ordler of the Court of Equity, I will
sell, before lhe Court flouse at Newberry,
on the first Monday in January next, the
real estate of TIhos. J. Thompson deceased,
conaisting of a tract of land, situated in
Newbenty District, containing one hundred
and twenty -eight, more or less, and bounded
by lands (if James Sloan, Jno. Livingston,
Win. Caldwell and others.
TERMS .-The purchaser will be requiredi
to give bond with at least two sureties, and
a mortgage of the pretmhes to secure the
purchase money payable in two equal
annual insta!mnents wirb interest from day of
sale, and to pay in cash the cost of these
SILAS JOHlNfGTONE. C E Ni D.
Com's Offiee, Dec 17, 18046. 3t tG
Thle St-ate of South Carolina.
In E;quity-Newherry District. Jno. S.
Renwick and others, creditors, vs. Jas. II.
W iiamns, Exor, and othe.s. Bill for account
The creditors of Benjamin I-uckett deceas d,
are acquired to reader on oath and e-tablish their
thier r esh:ective de mands, before the Commission
er of this Court. on or before the first day of
January 1887, SIL AS JOH NS [ONE, C,E.N.D.
Corn's Oftice. Oct. 29th, 1S66. 2m .*.
1 IIE STATE OF SOUT il CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District-E. B. Stodidard
& Co. , et al. vs. Mlichael Bunzzard et. al.
The creditors of M. P. & W. L Buzzard,
and of l 1P Buzzard and A. J. McCollum,
and :also of William L B3uzzaird and M. P'.
uzzard individually. are a cquired to render
and establish, on oath, their respective de
mands before te Comnmissioner, on or be
fore the fir-st d:iy of February next.
SILAS'JOIINSTONE, C. E .N. D.
Comn's Gflie, Oct, 1st 1800.
The State of Southi Carolna-Inl
Equity,. Newberry District.-James R.
Sheppard vs. Mary E. Schnmpert and
others. Bill for injunction. relief, etc.
By~ order of the Court. I will sell before the
Court House at Newberrv, on the first
Monday in January next, the real estate of
loriorias Sheppard deceased,inl four separate
TERMs.-A eredlit of one and two years,
paable in two equal annual instalments,
with interest on bmh from the day of sale
excep t five hundred dollars and so much as
may be necessary to pay the cost of these
proceedings, which must lie paid in cash
and credited on the bonds which the par'
chaser will be required to give with at least
t wo good suret ies, and a mortgage of the
premises so!d, to secure the purchase money.
SILAS JOJHNSTONE, c.r.N.n.
Cotm's O11ice, 11 Dec. 1866. 4t. *10
The State of South Carolina.
John C. Richards, admr. vs. 1'. WV. Chick and
others. Bill for sale of land, relief. injunction,
The creditors of George Ashford, deceased, are
hereby requireti to render in on oath and estab
lish before the Coammissioner, their respective
leands, on or before the tir.,t of Mat chi next.
SILAS JollNS [ONE, C.E.N.D.
Coi's office, Nov 26, 180. 3m t12
TIl E ST A TE OF SOUT H CAROLINA,-In
L.,,i.v-Nehery District Henry M.
of Land for Sale.
I WILL SELL, on the 7th day of January
iext,.. (sles day,) in front of the Court
Fouse, at Newberry, that-valuable tract of
Land, knowa as the Vaughnville place, con
aining 955 acres, and well improved, with
wo fine dwelling houses on the place.
The house at the Cross Road has 9 rooma,
n each a fire-place ; with fine out-buildings
)f every description, 9 framed negro houses
, ith brick ch ionties, a fine' well of water.
.Iso, an exceflent Store house, (a good
tand for iercanttile business.)
I have no v a fine stock of goods on hand,
.nd which I n i I sell at Cost.
Th2 other house has six rooms, fine well
)I water, and all necessary out,btjldirga.
At the Cross-road plaee is a splepdld
Blacksmith and Wood Shop.
This is a splendid Cotton Plantatlon,
eve], rather sandy and fertile, and contains
: .rge qua t ity of wood and creek bottom
Lnd. The cron'bh is principally hick'ory,
xk and b ackij iek Tinber. I will also.sell
'orn, Fodder, Uay and Farming Implements.
This Tract of Land e:n be treated for at
Private Sale iv calling on the subscriber
ear Chappell's Depot, or G u. H. H.
Kinard, at Newberry C. H. TIs is"one of
the heathhieAt and best (' tteot Plantations
n the up-countrv. Tt.e Vaughnville Cross
load P!ace inns pub,lic a place as any place
:ani be. * A. M. SMITH.
Dec. 19, IG. 2t.
We will rent to the highest bidder, at
the residence of J. C. Hill, near the Island
Taesday the Sth day of January next,
the valuable plantation, on which the said
J C. Vill recently resided, for the year
1S67. Said plantation contains about
IX HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES,
f which about two hundred and twenty
icres are in a fine state of cultivation, about
5eventy-five acres fine bottom land.
Terns made known on day of Renting.
D. V. SCURRY,
G. C. RIDLEIIUBER.
'Dec. 26 52 2t.
By virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Pacias
to ue directed, I will sell, on the first Mon.
Jay in January next, within the legal hours
f sale, the following prnperty to-wit: Oue
hundred and thirty-six acres of land, more
or less, bounded by lands of Mrs. Sarah
ellers, Philip Crotwell and others, levied
mn as the property of Jno. T. McNeill, at
he suit of II. HI. & J. P. Kinard vs.. J..P.
inard vs. J. T. McNeill, on a credit of one
By virtue of a writ of attach:uent and by
mn order of Court, I will sell in front of the
ourt House, on the first Monday in Jan.
ary next, the following property to-wit:
Cent re table, 2 sofas, secretary, corner
able, half dozen chairs, lar-ga mirror, 7
iture frames, 2 pair and-irons, carpet, 2
ases, Bedstead and furniture, wardrobe,
iureau, wash stand, hat-stand, side-board,
ining table, 6 cane-bottom chairs, cooking
tove, 2 settees, rocking chair, shower-bath
e wing mnachitne, 2 fenders, bedstead.an
natrass, spinning wheel, 15 plates, 71 cups
and saucers, 8 tumnblers, water-pitcher, 3
iTh covets, 2 lamps 1 crib and 2 waiters.
Levied ul on as the property of James R,
Browne, at the suit of I'atriah Scota -
Terms cash. H.H. KI1NARD, S..D.
Sherifft's office, De c. 10, 1866.
By order of Jno. T. Peterson, Ordinaty,
I will sell one tract of land, conitaining
ninety-five acres more or less, bounded, by
lands of Peggy Levingston, Daniel Leving,
ston, A. J. Bedenbaugh, Henry Werts, and
others, the real estate of R. M. Wens,
deceased, on a credit of one year, with inter
est from the day ofsale, except so much et
the purchase money as may be necesry to
py the costs, which must be paid in eaia
he purchaser to give Bond with at least
wo approved sureties, and a mortgage: of
he premises, to the Ordinary to secure the
purbase montey. H1. II. KINA RD, s. W. p.
Sher-iff's Ofie-, Dec. 10 50 3t.
By vit-tue of a writ of Fier-i Facias to me
irected, I will sell, in front of the Court
Eouse, on the first Monday in January
ext, the following property to wit: Two
Fine Bay Horses, one a good Saddle Horse.
Levied on as the property of J. A. Bond at
:he suit of J. UI. Wells vs. J. A. Bond.
Terms cash. H1. H1. KINARD,
Sheriff's Office, Dec 22.1866. S. N. D.
U. S. Internal1Revenue.
Notice to Tax Pavers
IS HElEBY GIVEN TH AT DIVISION
N. 11 em braces the limfi o f 39:h Regiment,
ying in New berry from mouth of 2nd creek,
laj. Wadlingtons, Newberry Collg,
Sampson Merchants to Chalmers' old mifi,
the mouth of Lit tle River on Saluda, and
hat all persons, firms, companies and cop.
ations engaged in any bu3iness, occupaiio
r profession within the lmits aforesaid, for
,hich a license is rcquired. must register
heir names with me in the manner rqired,
y law for licenses from May 1st, 186, to
May 1st, 1806. aid from May 1st. 1866, to
May 1st, 1867. Tbis class embraces mern
hants, traders, professional,men, distillers,
ped lers, manufacturers, tobacconists, cigar
makers, brokers, insurance agents, &c., &c.
Distillers, manufacturers, and all other
persons fims and corporations, who are re
uired to make monthly or trismonthlyre
urns under the Excise Law, must emne
orward at once and tujke such returns, be
inning with May 1st, 18G5. and closing with
the return for October, 1806,
Every person within the limits aforesaid
ust miake a return of their incomes for ths
a endar yeats of 1864 an'1 186-5.
Executors, administrators, trustes-and-eU
ther persons who are Thteresbedlin any le
pis, distribotive shares, ibher-Itances and
nccessions, rnust make returns from Jann,a,
y 1st,1864, to the present time.
A failure to comply with the above viii
~ubject the parties to heavy penalties.
tssistant 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 C. H.,
n Sale day in each mouth (until further
totice) to give professional men, merchants,
muctioeers &c., in the town, an opportunity
o register their names. I trust they wI)I
~oe forward promptly and do so.
Nov. 28 48 3mo. Wim. S., A. Asessol.
HE STATE OF soUyHa CAROLINA,
n the Court of General Sessions and
The regular business of the Fall Term of
his Court n.ot being dispatched for want of
ime it was ordered by the presiding Judge,
hat an Extra Court of General bessions anud
wmmnn Ploe ha honMen for New,birw