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By virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias,
to we d1cted, I will -sell on Wednesday,
the 20th Feb., 1067, at the former resi
dence of J. A. Bond, within the legal hours
of Sale, the following property,, viz i One
good Mule, 1 Sow and Pigs, 20 bushels of
Corn, I Gin, 1 Thrasher and I Fan, and a
good lot of fine furniture, at the suit of J.
H. Wells and another, vs. J. A. Bond.
Terms of Sale cash.
T. M. PAYINGER, s. N. D.
Feb.66 St. * 3
BY virtue of sundry writs of Fieri Facias
to me directed, I will sell, on the first
Monday in March next, within the legal
hours of sale, the following property, to wit:
One tract of land,.ontaining three hundred
and sixty acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of T.P. Kinard, Thomas Montgomery,
Thomas W. Chalmers, ai: by Gilder's
Creek, levied on at the suit of E. K. John
eon vs, Wm. McMorries. 3.
Also, one lot, bounded by lands of H. H.
Kinard, B. H. Lovelace, and others, and
.ontaining about 4 4cre, at the suit of H.
Halfacre vs. R. C. Wright. 3
Also, one lot in Helena, bounded by lands
of Rob'tScruggs. Isaac Bierfield, an d others
containing about three and three quarter
-ares, at the suit of James Fenner vs. J. M.
Plumer and others. 3
Also, one House and lot, containing
about half an acre, and bounded by land
.of N. A. Hunter and others, at the suit of
f. Halfacre vs. George Boland and ano
Also, one Buggy, levied on at the suit of
-Town Council of Newberry v.. Patrick
Terms Cash. T. M. PAYSINGFR,
Feb. 124-3t. S. N. D.
Sy order ofJ T. Peterson, Ordinary, I
will sell one tract of land, about 68 acres,
anc4 bounded by lands .of John Abrams,
N. S. Abrams and others, the-real estate of
Martha Abrams, deceased. Terms of sale
on a credit until 15th of Nov. next, with
interest from date, payable in gold, cost to
be paid in cash. The. purchaser will be
required to give bond and mortgage to the
_Ordinary, with approved sureties.
T. M. PAYSINGER, S.N.D.
Sheriff's offiCe, Feb. 9, 7.-3t. 5
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. John L.
* Renwick, Adrhr vs. Stephen Dugan, Sami.
'Dugan et.at. Bill for partition &c.
By order of the Court, I will sell be fore
the Court House on the first Monday in
March next, the real- estate of Ben Dugan,
freeman, deceased, as follows:
A tract of land, situated in Newberry
Distr-ict., conitainin'g seventy-four acres, more
or less, and bounded by lands of Dr. G. W.
Glenn, deceased, J. B. Glymnph and others.
-A tract- of land, situated in Newberry
- Misltrict on waters of King Creek, -contain
ing foirty-five acres, more or less, and bound
ed by lands of John Glenn, J. S. Rienwick
-and Daid Wicker.
TERMS.--The purchaser w ill be required
to.give bond'with -at least two good saret ies
ad a mortgage ofthe premises, to secure
payment of the purchase money, payable
on the first day of January 1867, with in
terest from the day of sale, and to paiy in
cesis the-ost of these proceedings. -
.SILAS JOHNSTONE,C .E.N.D.
Comn's office, 1st Feb. 1867. 4t*9
TOwn of FROG LEVE L.
THE Subscriber ofrers forsale, positively,
2* acres of Land, in the aforesaid tow n, on
wbielt there is at this time, a good d welling
house. with, three' good vo,,ms, two brick
chimne!s, good kitchen, meat house, sta ble
and crib, also two'offices fronting Ihe street,
16 x 22, and room sufficient on the street to
build two or three large stor~e houses. 1
will seHl on reasonable terms, and payments
made easy to an approved purchaser.
*Jan 9 4t 2eow DAVID) KIBLER.
For Sale or Rent.
'The Houseand Farm in Newberry, now
the property of Alonzo J. White, Esq., and
ad fa ery the residence and property of
Dr WV. W. McMorris. On. the premises
are a fine dwelling house, all necessary out
buildings, and a fine well of water. In the
~gardea and lot, there is also a fine selection
'of Fruit Trees.
Attached is a Farm of Twenty Acres,
'nore or less, recei.tly cultivated, and welt
alrained agid fenced.
For terms apply at R. R. Depot.
N. B. MAZYCK, Agent.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
THThandsome and commodious resi
dence, known as the NANCE house, and
lately occupied by Rev. Dr. Brantly. The
lot coatains 14 acres more or less, -and. is
very ri-ch. On the premises are every
convenience. For partieulars apply to
B. H. LOVELACE.
desirblefrag or erly occupied by
Col. I. F. Huat, conta,iing four rooms, with
a good garden and all necessary out build
ings attached. Terms reasonable.
Apply to 'Y. J. POPE,
Attorney at Law, office in Law Range.
Nails, Axes, &c.
50 Kegs best qual.ity cut Nails, from 3 to
S. W. CoHins' and other superior Axes.
Ame's and Jwladd's Shovrels and Spa.des.
Rowlan4's ailbu esct Saars.
Together with. a complete assortment of
Hardiwar, Wooden ware, Paints, Oils, Win
dow Glass, &.e, all at the lowest living prices
et S. P. BOOZER & CD)'S.
Jan. 30 5 3t.
Genuine Swedes Iron, assorted sizes from
3j to 8incb x4&and i.
100 Genuine Sweedes Plough Moulds,Tire,
Horse Shoe, Band, Hoop, and Nail Rod Iron,
Notice to Debtors.
THE notes and accounts of H. H Blease
being placed in our hands for collection,
we would hereby notify all persons indebted
to him to call and settle as soon as possible.
JONES & JONES.
The Notes and Accounts of Robert B.
Moore, are in my hands 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.
THE Notes and Accounts of W. F. Pratt
& Nance, that remain unpaid on Return day
for the District Courts and the Courts of
Comimon Pleas, next ensuing, will be placed
in the hand of Attorney for collection.
Wm. F. NANCE,
for W. F. PRATT & NANCE,
Dec. 25th, 1866. 2zr. In liquidation.
All persons having business with me, will
take notice that I have appointed L. J.
Jones to act as my Agent and Attorney
during my absence from the State.
Jan. 22, 1861. J. H. WILLIA.S.
ALL persons indebted to me by iote or
account must come forward and settle the
same before the. 1st day of March next,
for a settlement I n.nst have,. otherwir.e I
will put every claim in the hands of a
Lawyer for collection. I am in reality.
L. C. KIBLER.
Frog Level, Jan. 30-5-6t.
BEINC necessarily compelled to be absent
very much from Newberry, I have for the
convenience of the public and of myself
placed my notes and accounts in the hands
of Messrs. Jones & Jones for collection,
and all persons indebted to me are earnestly
solicited to call and settle with them.
II. II. BLEASE.
Notice to Debtors.
A LL personn indebted to the E-titoe of
WILLIAM M1ARS, deceased, are hereby
notified that thle notes belonfing to said
Estate are in the hands of Jones & Jones
for collection, and will be sued on if not
paid or arraniged before return day.
.JA ME,SA...MARS, ,
ROBIERT H. MARS, . Ex'ors.
Jan. 22-5, 186'7. 6t.
A LL persons indebted to J. J. REEDRR,
individually, either by note or account, are
notified that they must call npon him im
mediately and settle up, or make some
satisfactory arrangement, otherwise their
notes and accounts will be placed in the
hands of Maj. Baxter for collection.
ALSO, all parties indcbted to the estate
of JAS. REEDER, dedeased, w ho do no-t
settle forthwith will-find their notes in the
hands of the same Attorney.- '
.-J. J. REEDER,
Feb. 6-6-3t. . A dm'r.
All persons indebted to Isaac Reller,
eiher by Note or Account are iballed upon
to come forward and make a settlement
before returnl day.
Feb. 6 6 3t. ISAAC KELLER.
Teundersigned hereby notify the public
that the note given by them, as principals,
to Dr. W. F. Pratt, -about the fifteenth of
November, 1858. for abont three thousand,
three hundred dollars, will not be paid un..
less forced by law, b?ecause of a failure of
the constderation for which it was given.
All parties are warned not to trade for the
- WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS.
EDWARD B. FERGUSON.
Newberry S. C., Feb. 5th, 1867.
Tee subscriber respectfully requests all
persons indebted to him eit-her by note or
account to come forward and settle with
him iminediately. W. A. ELMORE.
F b. 6 6 4t.
The Notes antd Accounts belonging to the
Estate of W. D. Goggans are in the bands
of Jones & Jones for collection. A short
time will be allowied after which they will
be sued on, the small on s to be turned over
Ito a magistrate. DANIEL GOGG ANS,
Feb. 6 6 St. A dm'r.
I Last Notice.
ALL persons indebted to me, by note or
Iaccount, are requested to settle before re
turn day otherwise I will be ctompelled to
place their notes and accounts in an atter
ne's hands for collection. Partied inidebt
ed to the estate of J. Dansby will likewise
observe the above notice.
Feb. 13-7--3t. W3.. OUEL
ALL persons having demands against the
estate af C. F. SLIGII, dec'd, are requested
to hand them in to the undersigned proper
ly attested, on or before the 1st day of
A pril next. And all nersons indebted to
the said deceased, are required to pay
before return day -or their notes will be
Isued on. These notes are now in the hands
o Jones & Jones for collection
W. S. CANNON,
Feb. 13-7-St. Executor.
IHEREBY forewarn all persons, white
oblack from trespassing on my plantation,
eihron foot, or on horseback, throwing
donfences, hunting, or for any other puir
pose. Any person found thereon in viola
tion will be prosecuted to tihe full extent
of the law. A. L. L ARK.
Reaunant and Lodgings.
WISEMAN & LBER,
General Commission and
Respectfully announce that they have now
on band a fresh assortment of articles in
their line, to which they solicit early atten
A B C. Powdered and Crushed.
Rio, two qualities.
S. H. Syrup,
Sides and S. C. Hams, Breakfast Strips.
Gallon, half gallon, quarter gallon.
In Cans, French, (in bottles) Flour, Candles,
Cheese, Salt, Candles. So 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
FRESH GROCERIES, &C,
And consisting in part as follows:
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
tile and toilet; candles, starch, indigo,
madder, copperas,blue stone, pepper, spice,
ginger, sod., pickles-all sorts and sizes;
oysters, sardines, nutmegs, ni.ace, cloves,
einamon bark,, yeast powders, mustard,
blueing, candies, raisins, lemons, oranges,
apples, vinegar, molasses, concentrated lye.
Tobacco, snuff and cigars. all grades;
tubs,- buckets, blud 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
inig needles, &c. Notions of all kinds, viz;
Paper and linen collars, shirts and bosoms,
hose and halfhose, suspenders, belts, hand
kerchiiefs, neck- ties, pocke t 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,
di essing combs, razors, razor strops, shav
ing box,es, looking glasses, with a variety
of toys, &c. Bleached and brown shirting,
domestic ginghams, tweeds, jeans and sati
nets,withm 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., Ne wberry.
Conf'etionecrics, Fruits, Fish, &c.
DR. T. GOUIN
Opposite the Hotel,
And next door to Paysinger's
[Has now in store one of the most complete
and carefully selected stocks of
Choice Family Supplies,
Segars, Smoking and. Chew
Ever before-offered in this market, to an ex
amination of which he respectfully invites
public a ttention. feb 6 6
Shad, Shad, &c
I WILL have Shad and Fresh Fish of all
kinds every Wednesslay and Saturday, at'
the lowest Charleston prices.
.A. M. RISER.
Jan. 30-5-t f.
I have made arrangements to get fresh
Oysters and Fish twice a week, to accommo
date the citizens. A.)[. RIsER.
Portraits, Ambrotypes, &c.
G. W. L. TEAGUE, Artist,
Respectfully informs the public that he is
at Newberry Court House, with his Ambro,
type Car, and will remain a few weeks,
where he will be pleased to furnish likenesses
in the various styles of the Art. Likenesses
set in Albnms, Lockets, Breast-pina, Finger
rings, &c. Ue will warrant good and durable
pictures. Cheap as the cheapest. Call and
see specimens .
C H. KINGSMORE
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. John S.
Renwick; Adm'r vs. Stephen Dugan, Sam.
Dugan et al.
The creditors of Ben Dugan, freeman,
deceased, are required to render and es
tablish on oath, their respective demands
before the Commissioner on or before the
first day of May next.
SILAS JOIINSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Com's office, 1st Feb. 1867.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. James. R.
Sheppard vs. M.y E. Schumpert and
others. Bill for Injunction. &c.
The creditors of Honorlas Sheppard, dec'd,
are requested to render and establish, on oath
their respective demands before the Com
missioner, oh or before the first day of May,
1867. SILAS JOHNSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Corn's office, Feb. 1, 1867. 3mo. ?12
ST-ATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. Elizabeth
A. Higgins vs. C C. Higgins and others.
The creditors of F. B. Higgins, deceased,
are requested to render and establish, on
oath their respective demands before the
Commissioner, on or before the fifteenth day
of February next. SILAS JOHNSTONE.
Com's office, . C. E. W. D,
Feb 1, 1867. 2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. Thos. 8.
Blair, Adm'r, vs. Rebecca J. Thompson
The creditors of Thomas J. ,Thompson,
deceased, are required to render and estab.
lish on oath their respective demands be
fore the Commissioner on or before the first
day of April next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Com's offiee, Feb. 1st, 1867. 2mo. *8
The State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
Thomas Ilayne 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
respcctive demands, on or before the first day of
March next. SILAS JOIINSrONE. C E.N.D.
Com's. office, Nov 26, 2866 3m 112
The-State of South Carolina.
Newberry District-In Equity.
John C. Richards, admr. vs. P. W. Chick and
>thers. Bill for sale of laud, relief, injunction,
The creditors of George Ashford. deceased, are
hoereby required to render in on oath and estab
ish before the Commissioner, their respective
emaids, on or before the first of March next.
SILAS JOHINS1'OKNE, C.E.N.D.
Com's office, Nov 26, 1866. 8m t 12
TO GUARDIANS, TRU TEES &C.
Guardians, Trustees, Committees and Re
~eivers are required to make their .annual
eturns to this offiee, by the first of. March
ext. - SIL AS JOHNSTONE,
Comn's office. c. ax. N. n.
Newberry District, Feb. 1st 1867. limo.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
y John T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas, John J. Gallman has applied to
ne for Letters of Administration, with Will
uexed, on all and singu.lar the goods and
~hattls, rights and credits of- Henry Gall
nan, late of the district aforesaid, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and 8dinottish
ll and singular, the kindred and creditors of
he said deceased, to be and appear before
e, at our next Ordinary's- Court for the
taid District, to be holden at Newberry Court
louse, on the 23d day of Feb. next, to show
ase, if any, why the said Administration
~hould not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 9th
lay of February in the year of our Lord one
housand eight hundred and sixty-seven.
JOHN T. PETERSON, o.n.ci.
MiScellaneous. . .
L[elace ~& Wheeler.
EED! SEED! SEED!
A great variety of Fresh
larden Seeds, just received direct from
Javid Landreth & Son, Philadelphia. War
anted Fresh. For sale by
Feb 13 7 tf LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Another lot of those fine
INK EYE POTATOES, jaet received.
Feb 13 LOVELAC5E & WHEELER.
First quality Self Rising Flour, and Family
lour in barrels or to retail.
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WHEELER.
A very nice article of 'Smoking Tobacco,
put up in nice Paper Boxes, 1 lb each . And
ome extra fine Chewing Tobacco.
Feb 13 LOVELACE & WH1EELER
IO1MTRY MADE MHIftS,
Kept- on hand, and for sale, cheap for.
LOVELACE & WHEELER.s
ORDERS BY MAIL AT
TENDED TO, AT
E, B, JAIISJONS,
Fb-.6 4 . COLUMBIA, S. C.
WVe hate removed our stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
to that Large and Commodious New
Brick Building, opposite to 31. Barre
1& o,a net door to Dr. Pratt's
'WRIGHT & fOFFOk.
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 wrnt the best bargains.
Wright & Coppock.
H AR NESS
The subscriber would respectfully inforni
his friends, and the public generally that he
has opened a complete
Saddlery and Harness
At BLEASE'S OLD STAND,
OVER THE TIN SHOP,
Where he will keep constantly on hand,
Saddles and Hairness of every description.
REPAIRING done with Neatness
TERMS CASll, at moderate and popular
jan 16 3 ly - J. BOYLE, Agent.
Blease & Wright,
-llave now in store and are constantly
receiving a large assortment of the
very be-t articles or
Which they warrant to give entire satisfac
HALL, OFFICE & SHO0P STOVES.
They manufacture and sell at wholesale and
etail the best article of
Plain Tin Ware.
hey keep on hand a good assortment of
Pressed and Japanned
H ouse Furmishing Goods,
Generally. . -
They do all kinds of JOB WORK. usually
one mn their line, such as ROOFING. GUT
ERING. &c. Jan 23 ly
The History of a'
Brigade of Carolinians,
BY Licut. 1. P. J. CALIELL.
Can be hiid at the Book store,
Car wile & McCaughrin's, Dr.
Pope's and elsewhere.
Agents Wanted For
"THE HIrOroY OF THE -WAR RETWEEN
THE STAT35-TEACING ITS ORIGIN.
CAUSES AND BESULTE."
HON, ALEX. H. STIWHENM.
THE LIFE, LETTERS AND SPEECHES of
lON. A LEX. H. STEPHENS.
By Henry Cleveland,
Add"s A TiONc PUBLISHNG CO..
Corner 7th and Main Streets, Richmond, Va.
Teb. 12-i 4t.
S. R. CHAPMA N,.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWVBERR Y C. H.,'S. C.
Will attendl-o business entruted to his cae.
. g Ofest Bookstore. .Feb. 6
LOOK!. LOOK! LOOK!
WARNING IN TIME!
I AM COMPELiLED through actual ne
cessity to call ,n 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
since my recent misfortune, -that I 4ave
called upon any one indebted to me for a
settlement, and only do so now through
stern necessity to enable me to continue
Small farors thankfully received, and
large ones in proport'on.
Jan 92 tf A. M. WICKER.'
Would most respectfully
state to the public that he ha.moved in his
new rooms over Captain McFalI's store, on
Main street, and can at all times be found
ready to do any and everything in his line
fr Edwin Jones will work at one-fourth
URGED, l:y 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
up6n which we propose to practice medicine,
For visit and prescription -- $2,00
prescription at o15ce 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, forces us to insist upon this.
[t 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. GARMIANY.
Dec. 12th, 1866.
W1.. F. NANCE,
Colon BOker,Banking and
1ewberry, S. C.,
)IIC = IN RZAROr QI 8ON' DRBU STOU
Advances on Cotton to reliable houses in
Charleston, S. C., New York and -Liverpool.
Exchange on Charleston and New York
in sums sa wanted.
Fisk's Metallic' Burial C a
THE subscriter has just received a supply
f these Cases, from the above celebrated
anufacturer, which are of the latest and
most improved patterns, and of elegant Rose
rood finish, and which he offers at low rates
o the public. He takes this occasion to say
at they have been purchased exclusively
For cash, and selling them at only a small
dvance on the cash price, that no-orders fo'r
he above (Ne will be attended to unless.
ccompan ffith the cash.
R C. CHAPMAN.
Newbery', S. C., July 25, 1866.- 9ma.
or ENGLISH ACCOUJNT EXCLUSIVELY
Or Ujnshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices.paid in cash, er Cloth ex
WM. F. -NANGE.
Office in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New
erry, S. C.
.dec 12 6m
ASIIONABLE BARBER and
RESPECTFULLY annonees to the gen
iemen of New berry, that he has opened at
the old shop, opposite the Court House,
and next to Messrs. I. M. ~Suber & Co.,
here he will bi happy to wait upon' all in
the exercise of his profession. His object
s'to please the most fastidious taste, and
the keeping of his shop shall be after the
most unexceptionable style.
Shaving, Trimming, Shampooing, and
Iairdying executed in the most approved
n Charleston AT PAR, in sums as wanted.
n New York in 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
On liberal terms.
WM. F. NANCE,
November 28 tf ~ ' Agent.
- U. S. Internal Revenue.
Last Notice to Tax Payers.
All persons liable to Tax under the Excise
Laws of the United States mnust make returns
o me by ihe 15th of February. If they do
not comply by that timeI will be compelled
o assess them to the full extent, and from
this there can be no appeal.
MyonewHi be open for returns at Po
On Sale day in February, I will open my
ffice at Newberry, and remain until the 15th,
when all will be Assessed for 1864 and 1865,
who ftll to make returns, with heavy addi
onal per centamn added.
WX. BUM)(ER, Ass'&. Assessor,
11th Divis'a, 3d Coil. Di1st.
Jan. 92 28t.
U. S. Internal Revenue.
Notice to Tax Payer's of 38th Regt.
ALL persona liable to' Tax ander the
Excise Laws of the United States, must
make returns to me by the 15th of February.
If they do'naot comply by that time, I will
he forced to assess them so the full extent,
nd from which there can berno appeal.
My office will he open at the following
places during the month of January :
January the21st...-......... John Glypas
" "25th......-.--..-. ... ~ Iires
" "2th ........-.---..Sih
" " 27h........-..mesStore
": " 29h...........L.sre
a "31st...............y J. Williams
After that time at Newberry Court House
until the 15th of February.
J. C. WILLIA MS,
Assistant Assessor, 12th Colicetion District.
Guano, Phosphates, etc.
The Most Concentrated
For CKb=, Con, Whst, Vegetable Crope, &c.
,apa' Nltrogmlud Iuper Pophai. of
Lime, stood drojth b tter tha: ivia,.Ame"
risan or say of tbe various gaanos eaed In the
vicinity. The cotton held its boils better.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, Sole Ageab,
Jan 28 l58 East Bay, Charlnton, 8..
The undersigned will.receire in a few
days, and offer for sale
100 Tons Peruviav
Which was purchased by one of thsrm,
from the only authorized -agent oath'e Pe
ruvian Government in the ITnited States.
It is well known that a great dear of Gua
no, sold for genuine Peruvian, is adultera
ted, and 'therefore of little value.
The undersigned now ofe r an Article
which they can confidently warrant as pure
-Secure vour Guano now for the nekt Cot,
ton crop.' Make up for. the de$ciency of
labor by enriching your land.
CARWIL & McCAUTCHRIf
Jan 80 Im
. Dry Goods, &e,
Wm. H, WEBB,
Of Newberry Q. H., So. Ca.,
ZINN*r ALDIIIH &f}e.
Staple and Fancy -
Nos. 80 and 82 Leonard-st.,
- (West of Broadway,) New York.
The subscriber would state that his cdn-.
.nection with the-above house enables him to
sell his goods at a considerable reduction
below present market prices.
January 9 Wx. H. W.
M rs. E. H. 1UG in - _.
OF EY .DESVB?H6
T RIM mINOR
~&c., &c., &c.
190 Broad 8treet,
Februaryl 12. -.
arriages, Buggies, Wagons.
A New .Carriage"7.
NEAR THE DEPOT IN ONE OF'W -
LANGFORD'S BUILIAING* .
The subscriber beirig a .practical Citraigs.
maker by trade, having arranged Irith cou
petent workmen, for carrying on his basi
ness in a workmanlike manner, he annous
ces to the citizens of Newberry and surroiin
ding country, that be is ready to receive
orders for new work, Carriages, or ,By- .
gies, &c., of any style or patternr that epin'
ties may-wish. And it their work is sot -
done acoo;ding to order parties will not be
under any obligation to .take it, when done.
Give him a trial, is all he asks. Old. Gp.
riages and Buggies renovated and made .to
look equal'to new, at reasonable prices. A
liberal share of patronage is solicited. -
He is in monthly wceipt of ,patterns of .
all the latest styles In '*ogue; paris order
ing can .have a Une selection to choseOU.
- A few Buggies on hand for sale.
Dec. 19 51 6mo. J. TAYLoJ
Newberry C. i.; soJC.
Respectfully informs the citizens of' New
berry and surrounding country that Iawj&g
re.opened his carriage shop anid is momt
prepared ta execute all wor in hi~s line k
the neatest manner,, and with di'eatch
Will make and repair- - *
Carriages, BugIes,Wagenls &m
Nov 7 6mnO
SPAIITANBURW, S. C.
THE Spring session will open Feb. 18fir
and close first week in Jtily.
Tition and Board, including 'lights, fuel
and was'hing $100 in currency.
usic, French, Emnbroidery &c., at usual
147V. A. W, CUlMMINGS, D. D.,
. President. -
A Young Lady who is competent to teach
all the English Branches with French1 and
music on Piano, can hear of a situation in~ a
pri...e famil byh applying at this- office