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WM. F. NAN CE
Colon Brokr, BaokiA aod
Newberry, S. C.,
o"1Cix ms.a Oa GUSEE8ON'S DRUG STORE
Advances on Cotton to reliable houses it
Charleston, S. C., New York and Liverpool.
Exchange on Charleston and New York
in sums as wanted.
ALL persons indebted to the Estate of
JOHN C. CHALMERS, dec'd, are hereby
aotified that if payment-is not made before
return day, they will be sued. All persons
having demands against said Estate will
render them in to the subscriber on-or
before the first day of March next.
E. P. CHALMERS,
Jan. 15, 4-3t. Adn'r.
The subscriber would respectfully inform
his friends, and the public generally that he
has opened a complete
Saddlery and Harness
At BLEASE'S OLD STAND,
.OVER THE TIN SHOP,
be will keep constantly on band,
l and Harness of every description.
3W13ING dOene with Neatness
4EM CASH, at noderate and popular
jan16 3 J. BOYi E, Agent.
TEN. L2 BARRELS
At MAYES . MARTIN'S.
Ja ,23 2t
TEN Barrels FINE
At MAYES & MARTIN'S.
BLEASE & WRMTIGi
Intend to try to put a good Cooking
Stove in every family in the up count.y.
They here taken get pains in selecting
from many manufa urers, the very best
patserns that are made, and offer them at
very low prices, considering the high~ prices
oftesery'thing else. For instance, biefore the
war it took a whole bale of cotton to buy a
.sdcooking stove, that can now be had
fr half 2 -., lttle over that amount.
Janu.ay23 2.- -
BY virtue of a writ of Fieri Facies to me
directed, I will sell on the first Monday irg
February next, at the former reqidence of
Dr. J. A. Bond the f#win g property, to
wis: I Gin', Thrasher and Fan. levied upon
as the property of J. A. Bond at the suit of
I. HI. Wells vs. J. A. Bond. Terms Cash.
* T. M. PAYSINGER, s.N.D.
Sheriffs office, Jan. 19th, 1S67.
THE NEGIOS IRE FREE,
An-l your wives and daughters will have
their own cooking to do sooner or later.
Now don't, let them burn up their pretty
faces ower'ihe Arye, but call on Blease &
WVright. Wh can furnish you with a good
cooking Stove which will do your cooking
cheaper, better. easier, cleaner, and quicker
by half than the old way. Jan. 23 4 2t.
I HEREBY forewarn all persons, white
or black fromt trespassing on my plantation,
either ott fo,ot, or on horschack, throwing
down fences, hunting, or for any other pur
pose. kny person found thereon in viola
tion will be -prosecuted to the full extent
of the law. . A. L. L ARK.
Land for Sale.
I will offer for sale, at pub
Sic ametion, at Newberry Court Honse, on
the first Monday in February, 1867, the fol
Iowin~g letsso( Land: One lot of 10 acres of
mood4land, within about two miles of the
Court Uouse, agoining lands of L. J.Jones,
James Caldwell, and the Hunt Land. A lso,
one other.tract, containing 24 acres, situate
on the Black Jack Road, adjoining lands of
J. P. Kinard and Hamp. Folk.
Txaxs.--Carh in Green Backs or twelve
mo,nths egi aith isterest from day of
gale, aud.note, with good security and mort
gage. J. H. WILLIAMS.
Jan. t, 4, 187- tf.
The Most Concentrated
Fer Cutton, Corn, W,beat, Vegetable Crops, &e.
Kapes' Nieozied Super Phosphate of
Lime, stood. drouth b tter than Peruv'ian. A me
rican or spy of the various guanos used in the
vioini ty.. The cotton held its boils better.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, Sole Agents,
Jan 23 153 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
BLEASE & WRIGHT
Buy their Stoves directly from the
manufacturers,' and can replace :.ny part
of a stove that gives away. Therefore
it will be'to your interest to buy from
Jan. 23 2
I am now running 2 Drays, and will at
patch, at.hefolowing rates, for 1 Load 25e,
1 Pckae.1c,except where an extra hand
is required to load. B. H. LOVEL ACE.
Jan 23 4'tf.
All persons having business with me, will
take notice Ibat I have appointed L. J.
Jones to .aet as my Agent and Attorney
during my absence from the State.
WRIGHT & COPPOIL
Men's, Boys' and Youths'
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes,
No. 4, Mollohon Row,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
We are now offering great inducements to
all in need of goods in our line, by selling
them for less than what they are worth. We
are induced to do this, to prepare for our
Spring Stock, and will sell at cost, and "less
than cost," rather than carry over old stock.
Now is the time to buy Winter Goods cheap.
Come soon if you want the best bargains.
Wright & Coppock.
Blease & Wright,
Have now in store and are constantly
receiving a large assortment of the
very be articles of
Which they warrant to give entire satisfac
HALt, OFFICE & SHOP STOVES.
They manufacture and sell at wholesale and
retail the best article of
Plain Tin Ware.
They keep on hand a good assortment of
Pressed and Japanned
[louse Furflishig Goods,
IThey do all kinds of JOB WORK. usneally
done in th-ir line, such as ROOFING. GUT
TERING, &c. Jan 23 1y
ALL persons having demands against the
estate of Mrs. ELIZABETH SPENCE,
deceased, are requested to hand them in
properly attested, and all a' ,se indebted to
said estate will make payn at to me by the
10th of Februaryf as a final settlemient will
be made on that day.
HI. H. FOLK,
Jan. 16, 3-4t. A dm'r.
IFRESH AND GENIN,
For sale cheap, at
PRATT'S D)rug Store.
Istill at the old stand,
Prepared to Take
Ambrotypes & Photographs,
Cabinet & Life 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
ine and Surgery. r'o a young man of
limited mean.s, desirotas of entering this
University and securing the advantages
which a Scholarship will entitle him to, an
offer is now made which will not oecur
again. A pply at the Herald Office.
DR. BLY will furnish you an artificial
LEG or ARM for 75 dollars and when the
State makes the necessary arrangements to
furnish artificial limbs he will refund the
money on your presenting an order from the
State on him for an artificial limb, this
arrangement will put you in immediate con,
diion to do business, and we hope will re
leive a great many who are anxiously wait'
ing for their artificial limbs.
For particulars address
F. E. GARDNER. Agent,
Mannfactory, No. 188 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
City References: The Daily News Editors,
Dr. C Devega; Capt. B. W . McFureous, also
Capt H. H. Thompson. Spartanburg; T. P.
Moizon, Kingstree- Jno. Ashe, Midway;
Dr. A. H. Johnson, orangeburg.
send for Pamphlet. io
Jan. 16-3, 1867. 1o
DIRECT FROM AGENTS A T
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GAUNO, $75 Cash,
30 1st of November, with interest, approv
SWAN ISL AND GUANo, $20 Cash, $25
1st November, with interest, approved City
BAUGH'S PHOSPHATE L1ME, $60
Cash, $65 1st November, with interest, ap
proved City accep'ance.
PHENIX GUANO, $55 cash.
FLOUR OF BONE, unadulterated and
FA RMER'S PL ASTER OR GYPSUM,
In offering the above Manures to Planters,
I do so with every confidence, not only
hain tesmonia fron Planters who have
No. 2, Mollohon Row.
Bugle Lace Trimming,
Silk Velvet, white Edge, fine assortment, 1
Merinos, Poplins, Opera Flannel,
Together with a first rate assortment of
Staple Dry Goods,
At very Low Prices.
Call and see my prices before buying
B. J. SINGLETON.
Jan 92 tf
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Last Notice to Tax Payers.
All persons liable to Tax under the Excise
Lawr of the United States must make returns
to me by the 15th 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 day in February, I will open my
office at Newberry, and remain until the 15th,
when all will be Assessed for 1864 and 1865, I
who fail to mske returns, with heavy addi
tional per centum added. ]
WM. SUMMER, Ass't. Assessor,
11th Divis'n, 3d Coll. Dist.
Jan. 9 2 6t.
All persons indebted to me prior to the war
who have not settled with me, are once c
more earnestly requested to come forward I
and make a settlement, on or before the 10th -
day of February next. All who fail to come
ply with the above will find their notes in an
officers hands for collection, as I have de
termined not to hold those old notes any t
longer. Take due notice and govern your- a
selves accordingly. I hope you will all have
the money and call and settle and save cost.
Jan.924t. JOHN J. AMICK.
All persons indebted to the estate of N
G. Gallman, deceased, are hereby noti
fied, that payment must be made on or be- d
fore the firc: day of February next And
those havir demands must present them
properly attested by that time. It will be
advisable for those indebted to comply
promptly with the above notice, otherwise
their notes will be placed in the hands of
an attorney for collection, as the escate
must be closed.
Jan 2, 1867, '9 2 4 A dministratrix.
Town of FROG LEVEL.
T HE Subscriber offers for sale, positively, a
2( acres of Land, in the aforesaid town, on I
which there is at this time, a good dwelling
house. with three good rooms, two brick I
chimneys, good kitchen, meat house, stable
and crib, also two offices fronting the street,
16 x 22, and room sufficient on the street to:
build two or three large store houses. I
will sell on reasonable terms, and payments
made easy to an approved purchaser.
Jan 9 4t 2eow DAVID KIBLER.
ALL goods purchased of us will be I
delivered to any house ini Town or at the i
Depot free of charge.
LOVELACE & WHEELER. -
Splendidocountry Flour in sacks and for I
sale low by LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Jan. 16 3 tf
A splendid lot of the celebrated Harrison
Potato a very superior article for family
use or planting. For sale cheap by
LOVEL ACE & W HEELER.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
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 indebtedness, to come forward
and settle up. I am willing to compromise
on fair terms. This is the first time ever.
sinc'e my recent misfortune, that I have1
called upon any one indebted to me for a
settlement, and only do so now through
stern necessity to enable me to continue
b usi ness.
Small favors thankfully received, and
large ones in proportion.
Jan 92 tf A. M. WICKER.
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Notice to Tax Payers of 38th Regt.
ALL persons liable to Tax under the
Exci<e Laws of the United States, must
make returns to me by the 15th of February.
If they do not comply by that time, I will
be forced to assess them so the full extent,
and from which there can be no appeal.
My office will be open at the followin1
paces during the month of January :
January the 21st.................John Glympbhi
" " 23d.. ....................-Ma bn ton
" "25th...................W itmires
" "26th ...................... Slighs
S " 27th...............Cromers Store
a 31st..............J H. Williams
After that time at Newberry Court House
until the 15th of February.
JT. C. WVILLIAMS,
Assistant Assessor, 12th Collection District.
Very fine quality, for sale
low,'aby B. M. BLEASE, Agt.
B. M. Blease is duly authorized, to colleet
all moneys due me, on account of Hotel or.
Bar Room in Newberry. H. I. EPTING.
THE subscriber would respectfully re- 1
quest all persons indebted to hinm to come
forward and settle immediately. 1
D.C. GLENN, M.D.
ifIS11MAN '& WiflEft
General Commission and
espectfully announce that they have now
)n hand a fresh assortment of articles in
heir line, to which they solicit early atten
t B C. Powdered and Crushed.
Nio, two qualities.
S. H. Syrup,
jides and S. C. Hams, Breakfast Strips.
allon, half gallon, quarter gallon.
,n Cans, French, (in bottles) Flour, Candles,
eese, Salt, Candles. So.p, Spices. Teas,
'ruits. Wooden Ware, Mackerel, Dutch Her
ing, Salmon, Oysters, Matches, and Crock
Corn, Peas and Potatoes, Barley, and new
lnckwheat Flour, Nuts and Fire Crackers,
r the holidays.
Above please$Bnd memorandum In part of
ur stock, which we trust Is sufMcient to
rarrant us a call. December 12
For Sale or Rent.
The House and Farm . Newberry, now
he property of Alonzo J. White, Esq., and
nd formerly the residence and property of
)r W. W. McMorris. On the premises
re a fine dwelling house, all necessary out
uildings, and a fine well of water. In the
arden and lot, there is also a fine selection
f Fruit Trees.
Attached is a Farm of Twenty Acres,
ore or less, recer.tly cultivated, and well
rined and fenced.
For terms apply at R. R. Depot.
N. B. MAZYCK, Agent.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
WM. H. WEBB,
)f Newberry C. H., So. Ca.,
ZINN, ILDRMJ & (JO.,
Staple and Fancy
(Os. 80 and 82 Leonard-st.,
(West of Broadway,) New'York.
The subscriber would state that his con
ection with the above house enables him to
l his goods at a considerable redaction
elow present market prices.W.H.W
January 9W.H. .
The State of South "Cirolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
Thomas Haynie Chalmners, Jane Chalmers and
[alvina Chalmers, vs. Martha A. W. Chalmers.
i for Partition.
The ereditors of Thomas A. W. Chalmers, de
eased, are hereby required to render in on oath,
d establish before the Commissioner, their
inspective demands, on or before the first day ot
[areh next. SILAS JOHUNSTONE, C E.ND.
Com's. office, Nov 26, 2806. 8m f 12
E STATE OF SOUTH CABOLINA-In
Equty-Newberry District-E. B. Stoddard
& Co., et. al. vs. Michael Buzzard et. al.
The creditors of M. P. & W. L. Buzzard,
d of MI P. Buzzard and A. J. McCollum,
d so of William L. Buzzard anid MI. P.
luzzard individually, are required to render
d establish, on oath, their respective de
iands before the Commiss.ioner, on or be
re the first day of February next.
sIL AS JOH NsTONE, g. 5. N. D.
Com's office, Oct, 1st 1866.
The State of South Qyrolina.
Newberry Distrit-In Eq*lty.
Jon C. Richards, adrnr. vs. P. W. Chick Sd
ther. Bill for sale of land, relief;iojunction,
The creditors of Geore Ashbford, deceased, are
ereby required to render In on oath and estab
ish before the Commissioner, their respective
emands, on or before the first of March next.
SILAS JollNsroNE, c.E.N.D.
Cor's office, Nov 26, 1866. 3m t12
THE Notes and Accounts of W. F. Pratt
Nance, that remain unpaid on Return day
r the District Courts anid the Courts of
~ommon Pleas, next ensuing, will he placed
a the hanid;of Attorney for collection.
WK. F. NA NCE,
for W. F. PRATT & NANCE,
Dec. 25th, 1868. 2w. In liquidation.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
.Wedean,dec'd,either by Dote or account,
re called upon to renew their notes. The
ubscriber does not ask for money all he
rants is for parties indebted to make new
otes, otherwise they will find their notes
d accounts in the hands of an Attorney.
J. D. WEDEMA N,
Jan. 9-2, 3t. Adm'r.
The Notes and Accounts of Dr. James
[ll hate been placed in our hands for col
ection, all indebted are hereby notified that
fthey are not paid by return day that they
il be sued on. JONES & JONES.
Jan '7, 1867. 9 2 $
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
~eorge W. Koon, deceased, are hereby
otifid that unless payment is made by the
Lrst of February, that they will find them
elves setling with an Attorney.
THJOS, V. WICKER,
Jan. 9-2, St. .Adm'r.
THE desirable dawelling with several acres
.ttached, situated in the town of New berry,
oar the dwelling of Mr. Mathias Barre and
ately occupied by M. W. Bythewood.
Jan. 9-2, tf. L. J. JONES.
ALL persons having demands against the
state of J. W. P. Harmon, deceased, either
y note or account, will hand them In
iroperly attested, either to the Ordinary, or
o the subscriber, and also those indebted to
he same will mak.e payment, by the first of
ebruary. C. W. K.INAED,
Jan. 9-2, St. Adm'r.
A Very Fair Notice.
DR. T. GOIJIN
Would Infrom his friends, tnd the publi
generally, that he has removed to the
Opposite the Hotel,
And next door to Paysinger's
Where he will be happy to see tbent at any
and all times, Jan 2
MRS. M. J, JEMINS,
Having removed to the
store on Caldwell-st., south of the post
office and r,early opposite Mr. Pat. Scott's,
is prepared, with
A Complete and Handsome
Stock of the very Latest
and most Fashionable
to offer inducements to her customers and
the trade generally. An inspoction of her
stock is solicited.
Newberrry, Jan. 9 i
SAMSON AND DELILAH,
TE STONG MAN sXoN or 1T231RMrt.
AN ESSAY FOR YOUNG MEN, on the
Errors, Abuses and Diseases incident to
Puberty, by which Youth Is robbed of its
beauty, aid Manhooa of its power,-with
Reports on the best 'means of relief and
:uro. Sent in sealed letter envelopes, free
of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard- Association, Phila
Jan. 16-8. Sm.
MISSES FANNIE and KATE
LEA YELL will open a school
on the 15th inst., at the school
room. formerly occupied by
Rey. J. J. Brantly, D. D., they
will give their undivided attention to the
uterest of the school.
Primary Department per session
(5 months) $8,00
Academic - - 12.00
French and Latin each a . 15,00
Lessons on the Pianodforte a 20,00
'Newberry, Jan. 2, 1867 imo.
Wholesale and lRetail
We are now receiving our
F ALL & W//iWER STOCK
WHICH WE WILL SELL AT
And WARRANT every article sold.
Oar goods have all been made expressly to
rder, and by the very best of workmen.
I, M. SUBER & CO.
oct 10 41 tU
n Charleiston A T PA R, in sums as wanted.
n New York ini sums of $100 and upwards,
remitted promptly to order.
Made on Cotton and other produce con
signed to' reliable houses in
Charleston, S. C.,
New York, and
n liberal terms..
WM. F. NANCE,
November 28 tf Agent.
For ENGLISH ACCOUNT EXCLUSIVELY
Or Unshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices paid in essh, or Cloth ex
WM. If. NANGE.
Office in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New
berry, S. C.
dec 12 6m
URGED, by the many changes which
stress the community-amnong 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) - - 60
" " " " (night) - - 1,00
Our terms are CASH. The above stated
reason, alone, for 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
e expected from us afterrrards, until the
amount of such bills is paid.
P. B. EUJFF.
0. B. MAYER
G. W. GARMANY.
Dec. 12th, 1866.
SMITH & CHRISTIAN'S
IN GREAT VARIETY
Sugars, all grades, from 15 cts.
to 25 ets., coffee, bacon, lard, tea, cheese,
mackerel in kits, half barrels and barrels,
Liverpool and table salt, flour in barrels,
self.raising flour, new rice, soaps-bar, cas
dile and toilet; candles, starch, indigo,
madder, copperas,blue stone, pepper, spice,
ginger, sod., pickles-all sorts and sizes;
oysters, sardines, nutmegs, mace, cloves,
cinamon bark, yeast powders, mustard,
blueing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges,
apples, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and cigars. all grades;
tubs, buckets, blue and brass bound, all
sizes ; seives, brooms, water dippers,black
ing and brushes, curry combs, cotton and
wool cards, jim-crow cards, nails, axes,
pocket and table cutlery, tacks, awls, spey
ing needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz ;
Paper and linen collars, shirts and bosoms,
hose and half hose, suspenders, belts, hand
kerchiefs, neck ties, pocket books, pass
and spelling books, slates, lead and carpen
ter's pencils, pens and ink, buttons, needles;
and thread, of all kinds, hair oil, hair
brushes, tooth brushes, shaving brushes,
diessing combs, razors, razor strops, shav
ing boxes, looking glasses, with a variety
of toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
domestic ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati
nets,with a splendid assortment of crockery
ware, glass, C. C. and granite, which we
intend selling at a very short profit.
All kinds country produce bought or bar
tered for at market prices.
WILSON & WICKER,
Oct 31 ly Main-st., Newberry.
Fisks Metallic Burial Cases1
THE subscriter has just received a supply
of these Cases, from the above celebrated
manufacturer, which are of the latest and
most improved patterns, and of elegant Rose
wood finish, and which he offers at low rates
to the public. He takes 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. CHAPMAN.
Newberry, S. C., July 2,5, 1806. 9m.
C. M. JONES,
Ne'wberry C. H., So,Ca.,
Respectfully informs the citizens of New
berry and surrounding country that having
reopened his carriage shop, and is now
prepar-ed ta execute all work in his line in
the neatest manner, and with dis.patch.
Will make and repair
Carriages, Buggies, Wagons,&c,
Nov '7 Gino
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. A bove sa lary on large commissionr
paid. The ONY machines sold in the Uni
ted States for less than $40, which arec fully
licensed by Howe, Whceler & Wilson, Gro
ver & Baiker, Singer t Co., and Bachelder.
All other cheap machines are infringements,
and the seller or user are liable to arrest, flue
and imprisonment. Illustrated circulars sent
free. Address, or call upon Shaw & Clark,
at Bidderord, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July 25 1y.
-JOHN C. DIAL,
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in Eng
lish and American
HARDWVARE AND IULERY
Of Every Description,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL.
SIGN OP TiE GOLDEN PADLOCK,
Columbia, S. C.
January 9 _____
FASHIONABLE BARBER and
RESPECTFULLY announces to the gen
tlemen of Newberry, that he has opened at
the old shop, opposite the Court House,
and next to Messrs. I. M. Suber & Co.,
where he will be happy to wait upon all in
the exercise of his profession. His object
is to please the most fastidious taste, and
the ke-eping of his shop shall be af ter the
most unexceptionable style.
Shiaving, Trimming, Shampooing, and
Hairdying executed.in the most approved
KID GLOVE CLENERs
ESTABLISHED 12 YEARS.
The only GOOD article for instantly cleaning
Kid Gloves. They can be cleaned while upon
the hand, and worn immediately. It Is inodor
ons. One bottle will clean 8-35airs. Price 85
cents. Retailed by most Drugis and Fancy
Stores. Wholesale by Dema Barns & Co., F.
C. Wells & Co , and others,.New York.
nov 28 2m
All the choicest varieties of Fruit trees,
Apples, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
Nectarines, Apricots. Quinces, English Walt,
nuts, Spanish Chesnuts, Everbearing Mal,
berries, GrapeVines, new and choice table
varlAtiPR Rhasnheri-ias and St~awberries.
A New Carriage
NEAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF W .
The subscriber being a practical Carriage
maker by trade, hving 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 be is ready to receive
orders for new work, Carriages, or Bug
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 bu
under any obligation to take It, when done.
Give him a trial, is all be asks. Old Car.
riages and Buggies renovated and made to
look equal to new, a; re;sonible prices. A
liberal shape of patronage Is solicit. d.
ie isin monthly receipt of patterns of
all the latest styles in vogue; parties order
ing can have a fine selection to choose from.
A few Buggies on band for sale.
Dec. 19 51 6mo. J. TAYLOR.
Agents Wanted For
TW W , LETTE8, SflP E , &C.,
HONI ALEX. Ht STEPHENS,
By Henry Cleveland, Esq.,
Late Editor of the Auta (Ga.) Constitution.
Send for Circulars and see our terms, and a
fll description of the work. Mdzs
National Publishing Co.,
Corner 7th and Main-treets., Rishmond, Vs.
The Notes and Accounts of Robert B.
Moore, are in my bands for settlement. All
parties indebted will therefore come forward
and settle on or before the 1st of March
next, as indulgence cannot be granted after
that date. ABRAM MOORE.
Frog Level, Jan. 14, '67. *
GENERAL SUP'FS OFFICE.
Casar.xSrOS, S. C., Nov 8, 1866.
PASSENGER Train will ran as follows, viz :
Leave Charleston.............,.....8.00 a. a.
Arrive at Columbia..................520) p. m.
Laave Columbia...................85 a. u.
Arrive at Cbarleston...........--.-.I-0p. m.
- TBROUGE MI TRAIX. '
Leave Augst..............-----55 p. m.
Arrive at Xl~v1le........--------1 ('5 . m.
Arrive at Columbia................80 a-m.
Leave Columbia....................200 pU ,
Arrive at Kingaville............. .3.40 p.m.
Arrive at Augusta..........----..-12 00 night.
Nov. 6 II. T. PEAKE, Gen'1 Sup't.
Dec. 12th 1888.
GENERAL SUPERINTEND'TS OFFICE.
CHARLOTE & 8. C. RAIL ROAD,
COr.XEAa, 8. C., Nov. 6, 1868.
On and after WED"ESDAY, 6th inst.'
Through Passenger Trains will be rn over Shis
Leave Columbia at................ 310 a. m.
Arr:ve at Charlotte at..............9.4 a.. m.
Leave Charlotte at..................6.1') a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at...............140 p. m.
Nov. 6. JAS. ANDEBSON, Sup'S.
Dec. 12th 186.
NORTHEASTERN RAIL ROAD.
Shortest, quickest and only direct
Time through by Express Train to New
York 44 hours!!
Tickets good by either of the three follow.
Richmond and Washington
Bay LIne and Blaltimore
Norfolk and Delaware.
Baggage Checked through to any point.
Tickets good until used.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Dec. 29, 1866. Superintendent.
THE following is the traveling schedule on
the route between Columbia, Richmond,
Washington and New York, via the Charlotte
and South Carolina Railroad:
Leave Columbia at 2.20 p. mn.; arrive at
Charlotte, 9.20 p. m. Leave Charlotte at
9.40 p. m.; arrive at Greensboro at 240 a.
m. Leave Greensboro, by Danville Rail"
road at 3.00 a. mb ; arrive at RichmoQnd at
8.00 p. m. Arrive at Washington at 6.00 a.
m.; arrive at New York at 6.00p. mn. same
day. Oct. 3d.
Schedule, BIDe Ridge Railroad.
On and after Monday the 17th Inst., the Trains
on the Blue Ridge lallroad will leave Anderson
for Pendleto. and Wallialla, on Wednesdays
ad Saturdays, after the arrival of the Green
vile & Columbia Rtailroad Trains.
Will leave Waihalla on Mondays at 8i o'
clck, a. m., enecting with the down Ta of
Greenville & Columbia Railrosd.
Will leave Walhalla on Wednesdays at
o'clock a m. W. 11. D). GAILL ARD.
Sept $0Superintendent lB t R R.
Massus. EDIToRS :-You will please an
nounce NATHAN F. JOlhNSON as a can
didate for the oMce of Clerk of Court, of the
District of Newberry, for the n,ext ensuing
term. MANY FRIENDS.
MEsSies. EITvoRS-By noinating Mr.
DANiEL B. W HEELER as a candidate for
Tax Collector of Newberry District. you will
oblige his many WA RM FRIENDS.
MESSES. Ebtvoas :-You will please an,
nounce J. D. SM[TH, as a candidate for the
oce of Tax Collector, Newherry District,
and oblige MANY FRIENDS.
May 2, 1868.
Mussas EVsnoas : You are authorized to an,
noneJOHK W. COUNTS as a candidate fol
the offce of Tax Collector for Newberry is.
at the ensuing eleetiou. Mr. Counts Is a gente1
man every way qualified for the offee.
Fox Tax Col.brou.-Capt. JOHN WIlI.
LIAMS is respectfully nominated as a candidate
for the Offce of Tax Collector, Newlerry Dia
trict, at the next election.
Oct. 31st, 1866. MANY FRIENDS,.
Miasas. Earroaa--lapssonmnate Mr JOS..
W. HILL as a suitable candidate for the offic
of Tax Collector, fhr She ensuing term, and
oblige , E EWBERRKX.
MESSES EDIroa-Pease announce Mr
JACOB KIBLER as a omendidate for the of.
fe of Tax Collector, for the ensuing term,
as in every respect qualified and worthy of
the offce, and oblige OLD TIMES.
MEssES. EDIToaa.-You will please an,
nounce T ROMAS H. CROMER as acandi
date for Tax Collector Newberry District, at
the next election. MOLLO HON,