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FRESH 1'D GEMINE,
For sale cheap, at
PRATT'S Drug Store.
jan 16 3 >t
C, H. KINGSMORE
Is still at the old stand,
Prepared to Take
Ambrotypes & Photographs.
Cabinet & Lite size Portraits,
From Life or any kind of Picture. He will
visit the country or a neighboring town to
paint Portraits. A cloudy day as good as
any. Jan 16
IN the Philadelphia University of Medi
cine and Surgery. ro a young man of
limited means, desirous of entering this
University and securing the advantages
which a Scholarship will entitle him to, an
offer-is now made which will not occur
again. Apply at the Herald Ofee.
KINSMAN & HOWELL
$ole Agents in the State of South Carolina,
No. 153 East Bay,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RBrKRScSs :-Jas. Adger & Co., Greaser
a Smith, Mowry & Co., J. & J. :. Kirk
patrick, J. H. Baggett & Co., Wn. Walton
Smitb, Geo. A. Locke & Co.
Da. BLY will furnish you an art!Sieial
LEG or AR M for 75 dohtrs and when the
State makes tCe necessary arrangements to
farnish artificial limbs he w'ill refund( the
money on your presenting an order from the
State on him for an artiticial limb, this
arran~gement will put you in immecdiate can,
dition to do business, and we hope will re
leive. a great many who are anxiously waits
.ing for their artificial limbs.
' For particulars address
F. E. GARDNER, Agent,
Manufactory, No. 188 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
City References: The Daily News Edi:ors,
Dr. C. Devega; Capt. B. W . McFurcous, also
Capt H. H. Thompson. Spartanb'urg; T. P.
Mouzon, Kingstree: Jno. Ashe, Midway;
Dr. A. H. Johnson, orangeburg.
Send for Pamphlet.
Jan. 16-3, 1867. 1mno.
B, M. Blease is duly authorized, to collect
all moneys due me, on account of Hotel, or
Bar Room in Newberry. H1.1. EPlING.
KID GLOVE CLEANER.
ESTABUISHED 12 YEARS.
The only GOOD article for instDntly cleaning
KidGloves. They can be cleaned whbile upou
the hand, and worn immediately. It is inodor
ous. One bottle will c:ean 35 pairs. P rice 35
centi. Retailed by most Dru;ogists and Fancy
aitores. Wholesale by Demna" Barnes & Co., F.
C. Wells & C. , and others, New York.
nov 28 2m
THE notes of CoL. R. C. MAFFATT,
dec'd, have been placed in the hands of
MaJ. L. J. Jones. All persons indebted
therefbre 'will call on him and settle before
return day next, otherwise they will be sued.
H1. H A LFACRE.
Jan. 1G, 3-2t.
ALL persons having demar,ds against the
Estate of GILLAM SMI I'l, decea'.e i, must
present to the subscriber on or before the
first day of FTbruary neCx, also all persons
indebted to said Estatc, must settle on or
before that day or their notes will be put in
suit, as I intend at that tim: to tura over the
Estate in my hands to the Guardian and
trj&ee of the Legatecs of dec'd.
E. P. LAKE,
.an 16, 3-2t. Airm'r, Willann:exed.
From and after this date, the "Shiver
House," wilt be known by tihe above name.
The patronage received by thte present pro
prietress has been so gratifyi:ng that she is
~minred to enlarge her bursiness an.d
gto it a distinctive title.
travelling public will be accommo
-da4i promptly and well; an unexception
ag.table always be kept : attentive ser
va will attend to invlvidual wants, and
no'e ort be apared to preserve the reputa
tid& which the present management has en
deavored to preserve.
MRS. D. C. SPECK,
Dec. 19 tE Columbia, S. C.
FOR PAL ATKA, FLA.,
Fernandina, Jacksonville and all
the Landings onl the' St. John's
S A VA NNA HI. G A.
The 3Tew and >p/)lhd Steamsh ;p
1000 TONS BURDEN.
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. C1ONETTER.
ON and after the 26th October, this fine
Ship will sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf,
every Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the
All Freight must be paid here by shippers.
Gangs of Negroes will be taken to the
above points on the St. John's River at $5
each. Chiidren under ten years of age free.
Horses and Mules at reduced rates.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or
to the Agency, South Atlantic Wharf.
SMITH & CIHDITI AnS
ALL goods purchased of us will be
delivered to any house in Town or at the
Depot free of charge.
LUVELACE & WHEELER.
Jan. 1 6-t-f.
Splendid coun,trv Flour in sacks and for
sale low by LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
A snlendid lot of the celebrated Harrison
Potato a very superior article for family
u.,e or plan:ti:. For sale cheap by
IOVEL ACE & WHEELER.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
STEIM MILL FOR SALE,
I ofTer for saie a very excelient
Steam Saw and Grist Mill,
in rood running order. It is situated ih
mediatelv o! the Greenville and Columibia
Railroad, 12 niles ahove the town of New
berry. Its fa;vor:.1,!e sit:ation Im;akes it
easy of transportation to any point the
purchaser m:av di-re. T!is mll can be
bought on very reasonable terms by up
plvin to THOS. A. FLOYD,
Jan l 2 3 Silver Street.
LOOK! LOOK! LOOK!
WARNING IN TIME !
I AM COMPELLED through actual ne
cessity to call on every one indebted to me,
either by note or account, no matter how
small the indebtednes-, to come forward
and settle up. I anm willing to compromise
on fair terms. This is the first time ever
since my recent misfortune, that I have
called upon any one indebted to me for a
settlement, and only do so now through
stern necessity to enablc ue to continue
Small favors thankfully received, and
large ones in proportion.
Jan ;?2 tf A. M. WICKER.
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STS,
Charleston, S. C.
This well knoe'n first class Iotel has just
been thorou.bily repaired, refitted and re
furnished, and is now ready for the acco a
mnodatli of the travellinZ puiblie, whose
patronge is respectfully solicited.
Coaches ahvarvs in readiness to convey
passengrers to and from the Hotel.
The Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
JOSEP'II PURCEL L,
Nov 7 Pti oprietor.
No, 103, E ast Bay, Charleston, S. C.
ON TIHE EUROPEAN SYSTEM,
The boatrder or lodger renting his room,
andl eatingt where he pleases. A ttac'u-d to
the housc is a fine R ETAURANT v.huere
the best of fate of anly antd every kind, and
at most reasonable rates, can be had. This
plan is er' 'vely cennred on in New York
and is ft nd to be most convenient, and
particular'y adapted to business men The
rooms are harge, airy anrd well furnished.
and every attenition will be given to render
satisfacton. May 9, 19-tf.
CiIIARLIESTON, S. C.
Sai-age & Ensign, Proprietors.
Jesse L Savage. -- Edwin W . Ensign.
CharlestOn, S. C.
The abbre popuilar Hotel is open for the
accommodation of' the Travelling Public.
Boa rd. per dlay $3.00
M1rs. HI. L. Bt-TTERFIELD ,
A. BUrEr.rtLo, Proprietress.
Saper:tendenat, November 1
CI HXARLESTON, S. C.
TH I8 popular alnd well known Hotel has
been newly furnished throughout by the
preent P'roprietor, who has b2en sixten
years counected with the establishment.
GEonGE G. MIXER, Superintendent,
CHi.sms A. M1ILLER, Cashier.
A pril 4, 1S06-14.
22, IN TIlE iEND (OF KING.STR~EET,
CH AIRLESON, S C.
THIS pleasantly located House is now open
for the accommodation of permanent and trans
lent boa: ders
Mrs. A. J. K E KNEDT. L. A. RUJFF.
July 25, .8$66. 'tf
AnnOU 1C 10DeIS.
MIESSRS. EnitroRs:-You will please an
nonce NA FIHA N F. JO HNSON as a can
diate for the office of Clerk of Court, of the
District of Newberry, for the next ensuing
term. MANY FRIENDS.
MEsSSnS. EDITORS-By nominating Mr.
DANIEL B. W HEELER as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Newberry District, you will
oblige his many WARM FRIENDS.
MESSRS. EDIToRS:-You will please an
nounce J. D. SMIITH, as a canrdidate for the
offie of Tax Collector, Newberry nlistrict,
and oblige MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 180G.
3IESSRS FDITonS : Youi are authorized to an
nouce .JO H N W. COUNTS as a candidate for
the oflice of lax Cotiector for Newberry D)ist..
at the ensumng electi'n. Mr. ('ounts is a genitle
man every way qualifled for the office.
Fort Tx' CottrEcT'i.--Capt. JoH N W iL
LIA MS is re-spectfulIly nomiinatedl as a candidate
for the Office of l'ax Collector, NewLerry Dis
triCt, at the iext election.
Oct. 31st, 1S56. MANY FRIENDS.
MEssns. Eprron.s-Ilease nominate Mr JOS.
W . HIlL as a suitable candidate for the office
of Tax C'olector, for the ensuing term. ai.d
31ESSRS Entons-Pease announce Mr.
JACOB KlBLER as a candidate for the of,
fce of Tax Collector, for the ensumng term.
as in every respect qualified and worthy ot'
the office, and oblige OLD TIMES.
MESSRs. EDITORS.-Youi will please an
nonc THOA S H. CROMER as a candi
No. 2, Mollohon Row.
Bugle Lace Trinoning,
Silk Velvet, white Edge, fine assortment,
Merinos, Poplins, Opera Flannel,
Together with a first rate assortment of
Staple Dry Goods,
At verv Low Prices.
Call and see my pr;'cs before buyii
B. J. SINGLETON.
Jani 92 tf
Notice! Notice! Notice!
I halve bought the Stock of
Goods of Mr. Jacob Stvrn, for cash, and of
for the same to the public in general
W ithout Regard of First. Cost,
as I am willing to close the whole Stock of
Goods for the benclit of the people.
Ur.der the Newberry Hotel.
Jan 9 23
The History of a
Brigade of Carolinians,
RI Licut, J. F. J. CALDWELL.
Can be had at the Book store,
Carwile & McCaughrin's, Dr.
Pope's and elsewhere.
Fresh Kerosine Oil,
$1 per gallon,
At S. POPE'S, Agent.
Reward, Reward, Reward.
STRAYED or STOLEN on the night of
the 27th inst., from Wn. East's, near
Martin's Depot, a splendid sorrel horse
about sixteen hands high, with a white star
or streak in the face and white hind feer.
le is also marked by two warts in the
breast and one on the left jaw, If' estr yed
it is supposed he will make his way in the
direction of Edgefield via IL R. Bridge,
I-1-end Ford or Swansey's Ferry. Any
information concerning him will be thank
fully received and liberally rewarded.
Address: Gi. WX. ANDREWS
W. J. ROOK,
Jan. 9th, 1867. 2t.
ALL persons having any demands against
the Estate of LEMUEL GLYMPHI, dec'd, will
render them in to John T. Perterson by the
irs t of February next.
J- M. GLYMPII,
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Last Notice to Tax Payers.
All persons liable to Tax under the Excise
Laws of the United Sta tes must make returns
to me by the 1.5th of February. If they do
not comply by that time I will be compelled
to assess them to the full extent, and from
this there can be no appeal.
My office will be open for returns at Po
maria until the 31st of January.
On Sale dar in February, I will open my
office at Newbe'rry, and remain until the 15th,
when all will be Assessed for 1861 and 186i5,
who fail to make returns, with heavy addit
tional per centum added.
WM. SUMMER, Ass't. Assessor,
11th Divis'n, 3d Colt. Dist.
Jan. 9 2 6t.
All persons indebted to me prior to the war
who have not settled with me, are once
more earnestly requested to come forward
and make a settlement, on or before the 10th
day of February next. All who fail to com
ply with the above will find their notes in an
offiers hands for collection, as I have de
termined not to hold those old notes any
longer. Take due notice and govern your
selves accordingly. I hope you will all have
the money and call and settle arnd save cost.
Jan. 9 2 4t. JO01IN J. A MICK.
All the choicest varieties of Fruit trees
App!ew, Pceches, Pe:rs, Plums, Cherries
Nectarines, Apricots. Quinees, English Wa!
nuts, Spainish Chesnuts, Everbearing Mul%
beries. Grape Vines, new and choice table
varieti s, liha,pherries and Strawber'ries,
Roses and choice Evergreens in great variety.
A new supplementary Catalogue can be
had at D)uffie & Chapman's Book Store giv,
ing new varieties and prices.
orders sent shall receive prompt attention.
WM SUMMERt, Pomaria.
Jan. 9 2 2mo.
All persoins indebted to the estate of N
G. Gailhnan, deceased, are hereby noti
fied, that paymecnt must be niade on or be
fore the first da tFebruary next And
t ose having demnan ds inulst present them
proprly attested by tha,t time. It will be
adviable for those indebted to comp'ly
promptly with the above notice, otherwise
their notes will he placed in the hands of
an attorney for collection, as the estate
must be closed.
Jan 2, 1807, tJ 2 4 Administratrix.
The Tax costs due and owing to Nathan
F. Johnson, former Sheriff' for Newberry
District, as appears on the Books in the
Sheriff's office for Newberry District, hav
ing been assigned to me, must he at once
settled, and I hereby authorize E. P. Lake,
as miy agent, to colleet, receive and receipt
for th' same.
Jan 2 2 ".t WM. W. HOUSEAL.
- - .. Notice.
The Tax costs due me as formier Clerk< of'
the Cour't fbor New berry District, as appears
on the Books in th:. Sheriff's otliee of said
District, must he paid, and I heireby aiu
thorize E. P. Like, as myr ageiit, to colleet,
receive arid receipt for the same.
Jan. 2, 2 3t. BURR J. RAMAGE.
Town of FROG LEVEL.
THE Subscriber offers for sale, positively,
i acres of Land, in the aforesaid town, on
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 qialities.
S. H1. 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
Wm. H. WEBB,
Of Newberry C. H., So. Ca.,
ZIN , IR II& JO.,
Staple and Fancy
Nos. 80 and 82 Leonard-st.,
(West of Broadway,) New York.
The subscriber would state that his con
nection with the above house enables him to
sell his goods at a considerable reduction
below present market prices.
January 9 WM. H. W.
I will attend at Newberry, C. H., every
Monday and Thursda~y, and other days if
necessa.y, to co!lecs the Internal Revenue
Tax on notton. a.nd grant permission for the
Shipment of the samne.
JA\MES II DENNIS,
Deputy Collector'of Internal Revenue.
Dec. 23th, 1866. 52 3t.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District--In Equity.
Thomas Hlayne Chalmers, Jane Chalmers and
Malvina Chalmers, vs. M1artha A. W. Chalmers.
Bill f -r Partition.
The, creditors of Thomas A. WV. Chalmers. de
ceased, are hereby required to render in on oath.
aid establish before the C'ommnissioner, their
respective demands, on or be'ore the first day of
March next. SILAS JOU NS rONE. C E.N.D.
Com's. office, Nov 26, 2866. 3m t12
1 HE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA-In
Equity-Newberry District-IE. Bi. Stoddard
& Co., et. al. vs. Miichael Buzzard et. al.
Tbe creditors of M. P. & W. L. Buzzard,
and of M P. Buzzard and A. J. McCollum,
and also of William L. Buzzard and M. P.
Buzzard individually, are required to render
and establish, on oath, their respective de
m-ands before the Commissioner, on or be
fore the first day of February next.
SIL AS JOIH NSTONE, c. E . N. D.
Comn's office, Get, 1st 1866.
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
John C. Richards, admr. vs. P. W. Chick and
others. Bill for sale of land, relief, injunction,
The creditors of George Ashford, deceased, are
hereby required to reader in on oath and estab
lish before the Commiss.ioner, their respective
demands, on or before the first of March next.
SILAS J(I1INSl'ONE, C.E.N.D.
Corn's office, Nov 26, 18663. 8m t12
Thbe undersigned have formed a partnership
for tl-e practice of Law.
10 siness entrusted to ius, in Newberry and 'ad
join ing Districts, will be promptly attended to.
Offic at N ewt,erry C. 10.
HNRY sUMM: R. wILLIAM Et. sPEARMANJ.
Oct 17 3mo
TILE Notes and Acc outs o~f W. F. Pratt
& Nance', that rema:in unpaid on Return day
for the District Courts and the Courts of
Coanon Pleas, next ensuing, will be placed
in the hand of A ttorney for collection.
~WM. F. NANCE,
for W. F. PRATT & NANCE,
Dec. 25th, 18st;6. 2rn. In liquidation.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
J. Wedleman,dee'd,either by note or account,
are called upon to renew their notes. The
subcriber does niot ask for money all he
wants is for parties indebted to make new
notes. otherwise they will find their notes
and accounts in the hands of an Attorney.
J. D. WEDEM AN,
Jan. 9-2, 3t. Adn'r.
The Notes and Accounts of Dr. James
lill have been hplacedl in our hands for col
lection, all indebted are hereby notified that
ithyare not paid by return day that they
wilbe sued oni. ~JON3 &l JONEhS.
Jan 7, 1867. 9i 2 3
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
George W. Koon, deceased, are hereby
notiied that unless payment is runde by the
fir4t of Fecbruary, that they will find thiem-i
selves set hng with an Attorney.
Jan. 9-2, S3t. Adzn'r.
TIH E desirable d a elhing with severalh acres
attached, situnated in the town of Newberry,
near the dwell ing of Mr. Mat hm s Ba rre and
laey occu pied by M. W. Bythe" ood.
Jan. 9-2 tf. L,. J. JONIES.
ALL persons having demands against the
estate of J. W. P. llarmon, deceased, either
by note or account, will hand them in
properly attested, either to the Ordinary, or
to the subscriber, and also those indebted to
the same will make payment, by the first of
February. C. W. KINARD,
Jan. 9-2, 3t. Ad m'r.
A Very Tiair Notice.
DR. T. GOUIN
Would infrom his friends, hnd the public
generally, that he has removed to the
Opposite the Hotel,
And next door to Paysinger's
Where lie will be happy to see them at any
and all iities. J,n n
IIS. M . JiMENk ,
Having removed to the
store on Caldwell-st., south of the nost
otlice and r,eariv opposite Mr. Pat. Scott's,
is prepalted, with
A Complete and Handsome
Stock of the very Latest
and most Fashionable
to offer inducements to her customers and
the trade generally. An inspection of her
stock is solicited.
Newvberrry, Jan. 9 3.
DR. S. G. WELCH has recently located at
the phice formerly owned, by Mr. Sam'l W.
Spearman, on the Higgin's Ferry road, five
miles from Newberry C. H., and proposes to
practice his profession only upon the follow
ing terms in cash, viz:
Visit and Prescription $2.00
Milage (day) 50
" (night) 100
If it be impos-hile to comply with the
above terms, a note will be received, as soon
as a case is dismissed, payable in six months
with 25 per cent interest from date.
Jan. 9 2 2r.
MISSES FANNIE and KATE
LEAVELL will open a school
on the 15th inst , at the school
room. formerly occupied by
Rev. J. J. Brantly, D. D., they
will give their undivided attention to the
nterest of the school.
Primary Department per session
(5 months) S8,00
Academic - - 12.00
French and Latin each - 15,00
Lessons on the Piano<forte , 20,00
Ne wberry, Jan. 2, 1867 1mo,
We are now~ receiving our
F ALL & WINT ER STOCK
WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
And WARRANT every article sold.
Our goods have all been mnade expressly to
order, and by the very best of workmen.
I, M, SUBER & CO,
oct 10) 41 tf
On Clharleston A T PAR, in sums as wanted.
On New York in sums of *100 and upwards,
remitted promptly to order.
Made on Cotton and other produce con
shirned to reliable houses in
New York, and
On liberal terms.
WMr. F. NANCE,
November 28 :t Agent.
For ENGL1sL1 ACCOUNT EXCLUSIYELY
Or Unshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices paid in cash, or Cloth ex
WM. F. NANCE.
Offiee in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New.
berry, S. C.
dee 12 6m
URGED, by the many changes which
distress the community-among which is
the fact that we have y pay cash for every
thing purchased-we are compelled to
publhish the following terms and conditions
uponi which we propose to practiee medicine,
For visit and prescription - - - ,0
" rescription at office or in
the street- -- -- -- -- ---1,00
"obetetrical cases (simple) - - 20,00
"conschation -- -- -- -- -- 10,0(1
"milage-per mile (day) - - 50
" " " "(night) - -1,00
Our terms are CASH. The above stated
reason, alone, foi ces 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 afterwat ds, until the
amount of such bills is paid.
P. B. RI-FF
0. B. MAYER
JA MES .\cINTOSH
G. W. GARMANY.
Dec. 12th, 1i6
IN GREAT VARIETY
Sugars, all grades, from 15 cts.
to 25 cts., coffee, bacon, lard. tea, cheese,
mackerel in kits, half L-:ares and barrels,
Liverpool and table salt, flour in barrels,
self-raising flour, new rice, so:ips-bar, ea
tile and toilet ; candles, starch, indigo,
madder, copperas,biue stone, pepper, spice,
ginger, sod>, pickles-all sorts and size-;
oysters, sardines, nntmeg, t: ace, e!oves,
cinamon bark, yeast pon ders, mustard,
blueing, candies, raiins, lemons, oranges,
apples, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and eigars. all grades;
tubs, buckies, blue a;l bra-s boucd, ail
sizes ; seives, hroom , w;ter d1ppers,black
ing and brushes, curry comibs, cotton and
WOOl cards, jim-crow cards, nails, axes,
pocket and tao le eutlirv, taeks, awls, spec
ing needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz
[aper and linen collars. shirts and bosoms,
hose and hal hose, suspenders, belts, hand
kerchieis, neck ties, pocket book4, pass
and spelling books, slates, lead and carpen
ter's pencils, pens and ink, buttons, needles;
and thread, of all l;inds, hair oil, hair
brushes, tooth brushes, .having brushes,
diessing combs, razors, razor strops, slav
in; boxes, looking glasses, with a variety
of toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
domestic ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati
ncts,with a splendid assortment of crockery
ware, glass, C. C. and granite, which we
intend selling a, a very short profit.
All kinds country produce bought or bar
tered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 ly Main-st., Newberry.
THE subscril.er has just received a supply
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
manufacturer, which are of the latest and
most improved pat terns, and of elegant Rose
wood finish, and which he offers at low rates
to the public. He take< this occasion to say
that they have been purchased exclusively
for cash, and selling them at only a small
advance on the cash price, that no orders for
the above Cases will be attended to unless
accompanied with the cash *
R C. CH APMAN
Nwberry, S. C., July 25, 1S06. om.
C, M, JONES,
Newberry C. H.,So. Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and sunrounding country that having
reopened his carriage shop, and is now
prepared ta execute all work in his line in
the neatest manner, and with diapatch.
Will make and repair
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons,&c.
Nov '7 Gmno
I do now for the last time warn parties
who are indebted to me by Note, and to
my 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 Newberry Herald
to take almost anything that was offered,
and not the first man or woman has offered
to pay me one cent, and I must now have
sone showing about the matter. Tis a mn
tended for a&ll. 13. HI. LOJVELACE.
Nov. 21 -4~ t f.
PER YEA R! we want agents every whert
to sell our IPROVED $20 Sewing Ma.
chines. Three new kinds. Under anud up
per feed Sent on trid. Warranted five
years. Above salary on large commissions
paidl. The OnTY machines so!d in the Uni
ted Stares for less than $40, which are fully
licensed by Hlowe, Wheeler & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baker, Singer & Co., and Bachelder.
All other cheap machines are infrimtemien ts,
and the seller or user are liahlc to arrest, fine
and imprisonmeint. Illustrated circuIlars sent
free. Address, or call upon Shiaw & Clark,
at Biddeford, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 ly.
Repairer of Clocks, &c.
THlE Subscriber will engage to mendi, re
pair and regulate all wvork entrusted to him
in a workmanhlke manner. He can be fonnd
at his residence nearS ilver Stret.and at New
berry en Sale Days. Parties wishuing him to
do tihe work at their residlences can notify
him through the post offlee. Orders may
also be left at the Herald Office. Jan 1
Advertiser's, Read !
THE TRUE WifNESS, a Weekly Paper,
(Jas. R. Jacobi, Business Agent.) is regu,
larly and gratuitously distributed tO over a
Thousand of the wealthiest and most intel
ligent of the inhabitants of Laurens and the
surrounding districts, and this over and
above our large subscription list.
Terms: I square. 3 mo., $5.00 6mno. $9,00.
Address, "Witness," Clinton, .s. C.
Jan 2 3mno.
THlE exercises of may SCHOOL were
resumed Monday last. Terms, per quarter
S6,00 for Primary scholars and S7,50 for
these more advanced. A contingent charge
will be made for fuel.
Jan. 9. SUSAN ANDERSON.
JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
ImpOrter and Dealer in En
liSh and American
Of Erery Descripin,.
JHEAP FOR CASH !!!
The subscriber offers to
upply the public in Patent
d1ciici.ne3 at the following
W istar's Earanm WiD Cherry. $10.)
Jaynes Expectorant 1 25
Ayer'. Cherry 'ecto:al -1 W
H oufinnd's German Bitters 1.0)
I1e'mbod's Iuel.u 1.25
Sanford's Liver Iuvi rrator 1.25
Larry'. Tricopherous -0
Said's Sarsapari!la 1.50
Ayer's " 1.25
Jno. Bull's 15)
Jacob Townsend's Sarsaparilla 1.25
Mrs. Wilhw's Soothing S., rup 85
Davis' Pain I. iler (larg:,) 50
Tarrant's Aperient 1.0
Thorn's Ext. Copaiba & Sarsaparilla 160
Tarrant's Extract Cobaiba and Cubebe, 1.25
Rowan's Tonic Mixture 1.00
&c, &c , &c.
All goods will be sold at a
ike reduction in price. Phy
icians and Planters will
ind it to their interest to
xanine our stock, which is
-esh and warranted genuinQ,
S. POPE, M. D., Agent,
Next Door below 3L Barre & Son.
January 9 2 tf.
A New Carriage
EAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF WM.
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
naker by trade, having arranged with coin
eent workmen, for carrying on his busi
ess in a workmanlike manner, he annioun
es to the citizens of New berry and surroun
ing country, that lhe is ready to receive
rders for new work, Carriages, or Bng,
is, ke., of any style or pattern that par
cics may wish. And it their work is not
one ae~oording to order parties will not be
uder any obligation to take it, when done.
ive him a trial, is all be asks. Old Car
iages and Buggies renovated and made to
ook equal to new, at reasonable prices. A
iberal share o f pa tronage is solicit. d.
HIe is in monthly receipt of patter.ns of
all the latest styles in vogue; parties order
ng can have a line selection to choose from.
A few Buggies on hand for sale.
Dec. 19 51 6mno. J. TAYLOR.
Agents Wanted For
TIE LIE, LETTERS, SPEECilE, &I.,
By Henry Cleveland, Esq.,
Late Ed itor of the Aualsta (Ga.) Constitution
Send for Circulars and see our terms, and R
full description of the work. Addres
Nationai Publishing Co.,
Corner 7th and Main-streets., Richmond, Va.
G ENER AL SUP'1S OFFICE.
CHsARLESTONC, S. C-. Nov 3, 1888.
PASSENGER Train will run as follows, vis :
Leave Char] e.ston............,.........8.0) L. m
A rrive t Coumbia....................F. 2 p. m.
L.ave Columbia. ....................... 6.5) a. m.
Arrive at Charleston...................4.00 p. m.
Ti:RotGH MAIL TRAIN.
Leave Aurusta.................-.-.5.5 p. m.
A rrive a t 'Kin,gsviPe................. 1 5 a. m.
A rrive at (olumubia................3 00 a. m.
Leave Columbia ..... ...............2 00 p. m.
A rr ivec t h iugsville...............3 40 p. m.
A rrive t Aurusta..................12 i!tmight.
N ov. 6 ~ II T I'EANKE, Gen?'l Sup't.
GENERiAL SiPERIINTEND'TS OFFICE.
CHIAIRLOTTE & S. C. RAIL ROAD,
Coman LaB.. S C., Nov. 5. 186i6.
On and after WEDf)ESDAY, 6th inst.,
Thrugh i' ssenge.r Trains will be run over this
road ti follows:
Leave Columbia at-................3 10 a. m.
A rr va at Chtaiotte at...............9.4 a. m.
L .ea ve (hiarot te ar... ................. . ti.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at................1.4 p. m.
ov. 6. JAS. ANDERSON, Sup't.
Dc. 12th 1SIY.
NORHESTERN AIL ROAD.
Sortest qjuickest and Only direct
Time through by Express Train to New
Tok 44 hours!!
Tickets good by either of the three follons
[Richmond and Washington
Bay Line and Baltimore
Norfolk andi Delaware.
Bargage Checked through to any point.
T ickets good until used.
S. S. SOLOMONS3
Dc. 29, 1866. Superintendent.
TIE following is the traveling schedule on
the route between Columbia, Richmond,
Washingtonz and New York, via the oharlotte
nd South Carolina Railroad:
Leave Columbia at 2.20 p. mn.; arrive at
Charlotte, 9.23 p. m. Leave Charlotte at
9.40 p mn.; arrive at Greensboro at 240 a.
m. Leave Greensboro, by Danville Rail,
road at 3.00 a. in.; arrive at Richmond at
>00 p. m. Arrive at Washington at 6 00 a.
in.; arrive at New York at 6 00 p. m. same
day. Oct. 3d.
Schedule, Blue Ridge Railroad.
On and after Monday the 17th inst., the Trains
on the Blue Ridge Itajlroad will leave Andersoa