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"The ap e L"
-' tinder this heading the local of
,._-the Vieksburg - Tie, bo ;ieldW
.bI-Open ef,no unwitty
A tbhing of beauty is a joy: for
-.seie1elpartAo being or that
.Thg Opr *sa thing . sh iss
qvw ejqyed u)lees it is heird.
7T is one of those promisuous
agi cal arrangme nte- wh eh is
iever-4nderstood uniesS it is dly.
-4ei~ @tect all .i a lbet an
pera glasa, A wel4 dressed -tidy,
.nd a elean abirt are neceesary.
We obtained all these t intmensi
esip8nse a4 wb. tooking
Q the bad& of o ~librato, We saw
pe opra on t ''ocCaion 'was
_'_r laso ate the w saw a
vTetental lodling bhwha-eker
tnding on a swaHmounti , with.
-sapvekal more bh&whlscers at the
* " bettom. Having sked.the la
of wham *e Aere the eseerter
.eho that was. earche - ientain,
4h iaving epli-ed 'insanny"
i &ohe a irmt vei ! *ere morel
.t&-coavineed tbat Wwas the ope A
S'"rnnUy,'' fo' *om .*e
a're raedin -our p cCokr
.toaat a afoiarey.
C.ltwh ckers ax the fot of the,
S---1ortntaii all 6f a radden-coM.meb;
boiler bra vero, and pJVy draw
.r er o':be eks and slog
is to-"Ernanoy" on the .top
Ctb6 naountain, who finAfly- .i
asg out: " 'his is tie :rnd.
y' "t o and he ei ne.
. U'-,Ie[ fre4r with the -"-commt$
i-ivate. 'bush hace:s and
they stood on their tip-toes4ad
Sf t--sing toader"than eaeb
er ; bat~at last ehe ean with
redIddle played foul'on
f_ ,6h"private bua ae's
and' pigito give "Enanny-"
aeai%.. hi fdrthwith' jumped;
.gon:a roc and sang: "Braveerp,.
es 1klveere, o ladeeroe -m
- adoleo to fideo il
or Ethe ig mingo of
hi bore e er..Jloserg. hch
" 'rnt of between.two pi4tiltes .rW
* ~ ~ 0. ne4an bedsw hi
ia'Wg'ae house, lere
singgLrena in Italianito
whte veil. reaching to the- Acrer,.
apd sh~e sang back at.the chaanberg
$ -ad t1ey' alk.madeso iuel
sswe couldn'te tell- whbat "the.
A iid,toughit sonded..to ut fy
.dw cramiblea 'ggdeok;
e * hntheyaH1 disajP2ared sand
dely saa fellow 'wearing 14d
Aredeches and a sk'y-blue 'jacket,
pgi*bShnost-as neJchgod-lae eB
ft as:a post quartermiaster of .the
peest day .ran-out.and commes
* eted siingng. He was evlitny
embrrssel,we presum~e begspe
a he h~o fresing"his' ps
be 4ed put. on his shirt upside~
dowMi and turned the wrong pod
Wheni th~e aplause, which this ae
qident ceated, had subsided be
sang:~"Hello, Elvira, L want to
*wpwr'wheme in the liel-leero is that
dam son of a inko-' anny;"
,'tiis&I.Carlo just'got in. m.the
etpot aird. Ernanny is a wuhite
iv r !to wio be1knged ta
keisaljin Caire;" anid
tilgnmur ushd i ja side
~oer-uduasg "He's gone to Be
oto,Tawd le4nfl Carlo:
4'dle@r .e oedeo dr;
~aooining hey. Zeh& ago aMd
-e sag anyinore, Torfre's a labg
of gu-an-no ;" and& Elvira
* up her eyes and sang: "Carko
thw.ou are also ditto wand'
s~eUe of Lo&acoo," and t,henhe
an: " You ar&-a Virago."
sene chanzged, and.in ruish
ed ''Emnanny" like a sirocco, look
ing quite. u~ow and swore nie was
jRstfrmaorcc,where he lost
ewirything he hadwfth a yellow
feffow at faro except' the clothes
helbrought of Demo. Carlo sang
out: "So, so, dirty fellow, you must
rush in on us like a bull buffalo
go to you saucy beau, or ill throwo
you out' the door, probono pubico."
Then in ran .Taco and Ricardo, and
Carlo asked them, "singly" what
there was for dinno, and each re
plied: "A sweet pot at o and some
The curtain dropped on the
crowd as they were going into
dinner, which ended the first act,
and we went gradually along
down to the Times office to write
them a notice, but going back wei
"saw so many men" that when we
got to the opera it was shut up,
and sombodeero had gone of with
our ladeero ipso facto.
Our or EMPLorYMEr.-ManIy of
the negroes of Tennessee who
' voted for Brownlow and against
their best friends, receive a partial 1
settlement-they are being dis
charged from employment, and
advised to go to their Radical
are few Radieal9 in the State who
.cas furnish labor .for their negro
lies, andsas a consequence;-t>nf
1uiidareds of the colored troops
who "fieught nobly" for Brownlow,
find themselves with nothinu to
de, audno "flthy'lucre" to do, it
'We learn from a Nashjle dis
patch. o the LqoisvilleCourier
that the- Bureau- authoi-ities are
taking measures for the. relief of
'the hnndreds :o Degiees thrown
out ,of -emplpyment-that . Judge
Ohnl awrence, 'formerIly conbect
ed with tie.Bureau, has been ap=
irrted by Gen. Carlin -to take
-;-o Mthe proscribed freed men
'tions to use every exertion to se
c eqi 1y inen fd them, no
r tter wh fo.nd.
Sho' 'but a strip-of hbite 'stock
ins aore-your boot, or a bit of.an
-embroidered skirt, of a- balmoral,
andyou- muay lead.a ew yorker
the Iose. al oyer! Mah,ttan,
thogh. alWa*ete tand.wai
in~foT_i-in T' ltave poeitiyely
secaen erin Btai3ji&gg . ' the
when their arms-were
b -bbok n witlr buadles, eagerly
ling teir.heads+his way and,
that, to-catch asig - of- the, gai
ter boots they aa-iihted ' f-ro
the Q666~0- 'vrOi'siues.-And. et
aMt aig e 1 her but grfy
ded - old ecodge 8;i w6. had
g iadpr 'ritte aA. ove ' Them.
'W h ald a woian eare about
i.ifr,er..ancles epwetty?-'Caie ?'
IU-ry be just pospible-that if--an
egbihit ij is for ord .iiia' in
e 1 iib, saie ina ipefer to ecose.
her a dience.-Fanny Fern -- o
,-MAg6MVJAN'$ .AVicki A.
1'nthsetter f o th gusta-Consti
tutinalist say~~-: -
K. anderstau,tliat an' army :of.
[.vunhteers, to.avengeth wurder
cf.x ni ; ian, ns fbrned in
many of the leading'cities of' Ba
rope~ -he.-etthusiam -of hJe
higher .lasses of, young men- to
Jeiritii this imodern ,-rusadeas irre
:pessie. . Report in -Paris says
that an eminent Southern taes
ma' $idai'geera 1s b'invited
to take:comranand. -.$he..head een
'fe. 5f theaIovement wirgopabIy
Ae i410ndon,It is also dtidi.tat~
at .legst' 500,000- voluntegra have
risite4. aad 6f'tieg- o.@aht but
:that sJnyere retrbation 'willd be
delr pn .x!c i.;twiill ib6
finyasisi-ap n-~ ition
-ainss Emroas,-Therf*esdf of CArT.
-4~1&.D~CKST,of Ponmaria,' the-brate
solierzndseratYmaiy battle, respetfully
nomiatebI ~Candida1g f-tbeT6: of
nba akio ~ c tabe,
Eqi 20, 12 tf. N ThEDS.
Kassas.Eurnoae: .Youwill- leas, a
nonce Ms.A Y . GaST, as a candidate for a
sat tn-the nexL.session.otour mat a-Leglias
ALuns',ts.a-' You will please am
e1nes NATHAN JOHNISON as.-can
didate.fts theSee 9fIOlerk .of Courti of the
Disri9'f.jih1Wesgror next ensuing
term: - . .- . ' FRESDS.'
-b Uass. ?Enos-By nominating Mr.
I)ANlEL B. WBHEELF.R assdIIdate(~
3Mbsah.2 E s 38-OU *111 lease .su
~unce Le D. ?IE 'as iadhndidaebr the
Eean EDTrroa.. You are athorisdio.an
unce J9MN W..CO TSE&as a d. for
the'oMo'ofTag 'Coilmetwfr Irt.y'i.
at the efhina).Lat.r. Go sa gent?.4
-Poa Tax - COozodaO~ WIL,
dUr the Nol ~ *lewery Dis
. aEt, 166. -. - BINS.
-.saa.Eons4eenominata Mr JTo8.
SH.aa endaefor the oMee
. MuasXan-Pease announce Mr..
MACOB KIBLA as a candidate for the of-'
f'ee of Tax Oollecror, for the ensuing term,
as in-every zeipec q(talifled and worthy 'of
the offee, and oblige --OLD TJMES.
-Xmass EniToas.-tYou will. please an
aance .TROM'ASj..'CR0MER a a candi
d'te for Tax, Collector Newberry District, at
she next electn.. -MOLLO HON;
The washing for a family of -twent, per
sons may be completed before breakfast, the
clothes out to dry, the house in good order
and comfortable for the day, and the family
saved from washing-day ando1,as.oes. Who
would Dot wish to barve such comforts ?
This Compound is rapidly taking the place
o~f all soaps, wherever introduced. It is a
ehemical preparation for washing clothes,
the coarsest, ais well as the finest and most
delicate fabrics, with little rubbing or boil
ing ; saving in the process MORE THAN ONE
mAF THE CosT or soAs, and but one-quarter
of the time and labor is required to do the
same amount of washung as with the best
IT WILL WASH IN HARD OR SOFT
Clothes need boiling but a few minutes,
md but very little if any rubbing with the
sands, thus avoiding their wear upon the
wash-board. It does not injure the fabric,
>n the contrary, it preserves and fixes the
~olors, and will remove paint, grease Or
tains of all kinds. Give it a trial and you
will use nothing else.
BOBERT Y. LEAVELI, Agent,
Newberry, C. H., So. Ca.
"WANTED to make an arrangement"
tth a live man in every county,who wishes
o make money, and can give good refer.
nees. No capital required. Will sell a
mainess noii paying $1,500 per month, and
ely on the profits for my pay.
Address J. C. TILTON,
-C. F; -PANKMTN,
Qharleston, S.C. -
THIS HOTEL having changed hand,. has
bethoroughly renovated and 'fr&tei and.
the subscriber earnestly.solicits the attention
of the public to he
- a'ew and -elegant BAR 'ROOM is at"
taed to the house. Choicest wines, liquors
andcigrs cap always be had.
S - POOLE, Proprietor.
COLUMBIA. S, C.
'PSSENGERS-arriiing In Colum-ia on
-he'i ffereent Railroads will 6rid Omnbusses
Carriages and Baggage Wagons in readiness
to convey them to and from this Hotel free
gMResponsible'Persans io attendance to.
T. .. NICKERSON, PROPRIETOR.
CQORKER QUEEN AND VEETI.NG STS;
Charleston, S. C.
Tfidswel kio+n frstclass Hotel has just
been. thorou.:hly repaired, .refitted and re
finished; and .is now ready for the acco..- -
meBaticn .of the travelliug public, whose
patronage is respectfully solicited.
Coaches alwajs in readiress.to convey .1
pasengers to and from the Hotel.
.The- Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the. comfort of his guests.-- -
Nov 7 Proprietor.
CHAR ST8N 'HUTEL,
CflARLESTON, S. C.
THIS pular End w~ell 1kuden Hotel hasa
been newlyfurnished througbout by the
present Propr1efof, ''ho hal been sixteen -]
years connected with the establishment.
*W. .WE1TE, PaoPrfao.
CHARLES A. ILLEER, ...ble[
April 4,'1866-44. . K t
%od6,ast af, CiPleoS4
- ON THE EUROPEAN SYSTEE,
The bodrder or lodger renting his rooto,
.and eating where he pleases. Attached to:j
ahe.:house isi -fine RETAU-RAN1' where- .
~bcbst'of f'ase'd Variy;ndevery kind,.and
at most reasonable rates, can be had. This
plag is.etensively caariedeon. In:New -York.
ad is foiud to be mnoef -oeveniiebt, and
pirticularly adapted to business men. T1he
roonis are large, ?ary and well furnished,
a.nd every attenition-witl be given to relider
25, ~THE fEND OXFlKIG--STREET, 4
for the cooalufehl a now trasJ
.Msg A. J. KE&NEDY. -L. A. EUFF.
. Jlv9E11866. .t.
liewly furnishied and refitted, unsnrpassed
'by any hotel Sontir. was. re'-opened to the
public Oct M8806.
T. 2. NickerSon.
Late of the Mills House, .Charleston, and
Proprietor of Nickerson's Hotel,Colums~
b1a,$.C. - .
SChar1eston,, & .
SThe above )pufar Hotelis open for the
accommodation of the Trav-ellingPublic.
SJBoard, pen ay,' sa.00
Mrs. H. L. BUrrERFIULD,
A. ButEria,, Proprietress.
Superntendnsf- November 1
T rom and after this date, the "Shiver a
House," will be known by the above name.
The patronage received by the prespat pro
prietress has been so gratifyvin-g thau4he is C
determinedio enlarge her business and
give to it a distinctive title.
The travelling public will be accommo
dated promptly and well; an unexception.
able table always be kept; attentive ser
vants will attend to individual wants, and
no ef fortf be spared to preserve the reputa
tion which the present management has en
deavored to preseve.u
MRS. D. C. SPECK, A
Dec. 19 tf. Columbia, S. C. 'y
STEVENS HOUSE, h
21, 23, 25 & 27 Broadway, N. Y.
Opposite Bowling Green.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN.
TH~E STE VENS HOUSE is well and widely
-known to the traveling public. The location w
men;it s i clse roxmit tothebusiness r
otbe city-is on tLehighway of Southern and
Westemn travel-and adjcnt to all the principal
Railroad and Steamboat depots.
TH E STEVE 's HOUSEa sliberal accomoda
tions for over 8'0 guests-it isawell furnished, and oi
possesses every modern improvement for the
omfort and entertainment of its inmates. The 01
rooms are specious and well ventilated--provided
ith gas and water-the attendance is prompt
and respectal-and the table is generously pro
rided with every delicacy of the seaso-a
The rooms having been refurnished and re
nodeled, we are enabled to offer extra facilities
for the comfort and pleasure of our Guests. C
GEO. K.0CHASE & CO.
LAURENS RAILROAD. J
Entirely New Schedule. F
OfBice Laurens E. E.,
Laurens C. H., S. C., July 17, 1867. 5
ON AND AFTER Monday next 22d inst., the
rains will run over this Road as follows, until
Leave Laurens at 5 o'clock, A. K.. on MON' Fl
>AYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, and
rrve at Newberry at 31 o'clock A. M. "I
Leave Newberry on MONDAYS WEDNFS-'
)AYS and FRIDAYS, connecting with both ma
rans onthe G. &C.RE. .. atHelena Shops.
JOSEPH CREWS m"
July2~. 867.Suprlntndai. p
CH ILLS&F EVE R
WJ HAVE USED _ GALI
IHAN'S PILLS, and find they will do all that
aelaimed for them, and cheerfully redommeud
hemf to public favor.
T.'. VATT, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SAKjFORD.Aty GeikofAlabavis.
ROBERT DO.GRERTY, Judge ~apreme
,ourt Alabama. - y
rom TuoxAs J. JUDGE, Judge Supreme Court.
I HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S
'ILLS.on my. plantatlon, for Feverand Age,
ad ind them all 4ab is clhimed for 'them'
TROS. J JU1DGE
tootgomery,:Aa.; September 29. 1868
SWmD$. CoUmTT Alabama.
GALLIG AN'S 'PEVkR AND
LGUE PILLS will do. They are decidedly the
est medieine for Chills. and Fever I ever gave.
would not be -without thein for five times the
rice. J:A. GRANA'.
AMEicus, Aprli 17 1867..
ONE BOX OF GALI GAN'S
'ILLS cured me perfectly of Cbills.and Fevr.
ey.are the best medioine for Chll1s and Fever
ever saw. .- A. G. RONNALDSON,
Gekk2perior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MonTGoxERY ALA.,Jul 9, 1866.
MESSRS. BLURT & HALE
4ENTS: I have used your GALLIGUAN'S
'ILLS-on two occslons for Chills and Fever,
.nd find that they effect all thattbey are intend%
d to do. They are the best remedy for the dis
ase that I have -ever tried. 1 "oonsider them
-,Resp y DAN'L SAYRE
rand See.'rand Lodge of .-and A. X. of Ala.
-Ad ATaY, GA: Mareh11, 1867,
IHAVE USED ?tLIGHAN'S
'ILLS In forty cases of 'hiT1* and Fever, with
erfect success.: They are the best Fever and
Lgue Pilisput up. A. B. FANT.
Wholesale in Charlestwr by Goonaros, Wra.
r.A & Co., \o. 153 Neeting atreet
Wholesale in New York by McKaeox& Ron
iris, 1eaAL, RISLEr &'Co. And' by ill
)reggists in ~ebry .
B1LOUNT & HALE, Propritors,.
Junze4 286m. - , Ala.
BILL ARX SALOON,
_ BAR Ro tI
The undoeuigned having -handsomely rer
ltted andfurisbed their establishment are
repared to entertain -customers,In first rate
der. All the fancy drinks carefnty: put
tp. Families supplied with ice. Ied Water
ispensed to the thirsty free of charge.
SMITH & CHRISTIAN.
- ~WIS BUTLE~R,
ASILIONABLE . BARBER au4
RESPECTFULLY announces to thre'gen
remen of-Nswberry; 'thaTbe havremov'ed to
he room je tlhe rear of the Newberry Hotet,
rhere be *ill be beppy to wait pon apF in
L~e exe'reise of his profession. - His object
J to. p1ease she- most -fastidious taste, and
be keeping sfhis -shop shall be .after the
Shaving, Trimrning, Shatnpooing, arnd
Mardying etecuted in the m-ost approved
manner. - .-Jan. 28-4-tt.3
- eisand Lodgings furnished.
'he Bar Is. supplied with~ the.best of $raa.%
ies'r Whiskies, &c. Juleps, Smnashes,,San-.
urees, Punches, Cobleia, Lyons,'Cock-tailsH
r.d. &c., nicely spiked and Iced.
. a.lyn'Eptiss Ar.,XaiArU.r
- tqf'iSsieinM rehais.
For-theule of Cotton, otton arni, Se*
8ze avltoe,tc., sad for@e purchas.eo
66 Pe"artStret. ew 'Yod
- 18 66.
The subscribers are now offering&to.ip.
yresidents of $. yry, -and vicinfi
aThlac'huf-fd at GREENVILLE, S. C.
Th se Wagons are, of the bes material
Clria, Nwo;~~ Three, Tor,~. FiNe and Six
orse ord always~o10 harnf(irdy made, and
my description of wa6on will .he made to
rder en sbort notice.. ---
Orders for wagons -masy b'e left with
arwile & McCaughrin, Newberry S. C.
GOWER,-COK, MARKLEY & CO.
-Greenville S. C.
Having removed to the CORNER STORE
N MAIN STREET, formerly occupied.-by
.Harris, and directly opposite Messrs.
riskeman & Wilber, would respectfully in
rm the ladies and citizezns.generally, that
Sis prepared to furnish,
Ie-nie and Wedding Parties,
th every kind of CAKES and PASTRY,
short notice, such as
Nogat, Almond, Cocoanut, Maccaroni,
Iced and Ornamaented
Charlotte Russe, Jelly and Blanc-mange,
earn and Swiss Merainquos, Fruit Merain
o0, Vaeherin, Polonnaise and Jelly Cakes.
Also on band Fresh Fruit, Pound and,
onge Cakes, Jelly Rolls, Sugar Buiscuits,
mbles, .Ginger Snaps and Nuts, Rock
ke, Love Kisses, &c.,
resh Bread and Assorted Pies,
Bieet rolls, and Tea bread baked to order.
He will also have a fine as-.ortment of
:ENCH and other CANDIES of his own
FHaying fine ovens, bake pans, and his
terial being of the best, and terms very
derate, he respectfully solicit, a share of
~roe May 11 tI.
Loedl, Political 1
.tural News, and
A G004 A4v.tisn MedtiimJR
'Twill do you good!
'Twill do your family good !
'Twill do your friends good !
In Doses once a week for Twelve
AND IT WILL'DO US'GOOD!
gratig, G(htapIg anut qu4igk.
T. F. & R. H. GRENEKER,
Confetfoary and Grocery
I tale pleasure lr calling the attention of
my friends and.customers to the fact that I
have removed into-my .
NEW BR10XrUl// 9 ,..d
on the corner in front of my old store, and
have fitted it up in an elegant manner and
have now on hand the completest and"
Best Stock of Fancy Confectionary |
and Goods generally to be found
The attention of little folks as vel as big -
ones is calledto tm, beagtifil-sesortient..
Hopingt6 rEIive ~bntinuation of ,tbe --
vd' iliberptronage heretzfore extended,
I return gratefiil thanks for pae Lindness. 3
March 2012 tf. A. M. WICKER.
Ask's Mealic &i al Cases1
THE SUBSCRIBER has constantly on c
hand- fullassovtment of the 'above'-approved f
cases, of different= patterns, besidei :coffins f
of his own make, all of which he'is prepared
to lurnish -at very -reasonable rates with
promptness and despatch. rt
Persons desirous =of having cases sent. -c
railroad will .have them sen. free-of chasge. 4
A Hearse is always on hand and will be i
furnished at; the rate of $10 per day.
Thankful for past; pstronage, th.e -sub
scriber respectfully asks for .a continuation
ofhlte same,- and assures the public thaf
no effort on his part will be spared to rener
the utind satisfaction.
Newberry S. C., Tdty q1.:
fTATR OF SOU TTAOLINA
NEWBERRY PIsT zcT-IN EQti?r.
George Browbi surviviag Ex'oirof DalA.
Cnretn, dee'd .!s. Sbhetonr Adrn'x
%&T4ise _ d;idqthts. Bill
1rdas l leAcon" and' In
It appearing to my satisfaction that-Josiah A
$. Harmon, and Barab C., wife defen, n
dants in th3i-case, residebetdnd' the#llrfts of C
On motion of Mr. Fair. Qomglsingts So
icitor, ordered, that a iulebe publieed ke,
quiring said absent defepd nts .,to plead,
answer or demur,-to this ,.ri".tyin foxty -
days from the date bereof,'or the sane _wil .
be taken pro confessoagainstzbem.
Corn's Oe . 8iArJ. r]! ..NEe .
Jly 27,.IS6 t 1. c.m. x..D. I
S#ATE0O%Q5H CAROLINAE 1
.. NEWBERRY DISTRIg)T, 3
-- Iii i Cotier o On$naarY.
Lewis. A. Perkins
It appearing t'o my satisfaet n'that Frank
1in'E. Perkins, one 6f the defendants in the
ebove'steid ca%e, r~esides withotthje State,
it is thei'efore ordered1 that he "do appearr
and object tp hae. dJ.vision'or.sale of thrregl '
estate of.acob Perkiins, diec&d, on or before' 3
the'9th day- of October next, or his consens' I
to-the.aasiewJtbe entered.of recocd. '- -*
Given under my hab4 this281 day of
July A. D. 1867. '
JORN T. PETERsON, o.in
Announces to the citizens that.be Is .ptepa r
red to1'ake the abovi styrefr otLIkEifess in
CI and examine specinlens of work at i
Galey wrMrr-Mowe'etore Main ss..
griwinaton,&~ Dartmtent, et
a ~ r betetrics ad.i
qep(Women ~aas~ bildsUA aP1s
ente Coflege saty -Inthr~eE
lgas beny ahos
Coming wonuders. A-Benarkable Work.
By the Roe. , Bimar, 4uthorof the Cosji
ing -.adtef - :=m o
Melnolrs,of The Confederate Wsz
Bra tMurie or Pio Seeker;
PasAwe s sppl o Shd
Books of all kinde, and fine Note and'Letter
Papers. Also [ndelible Pencils for marking
Linen, WrapplnzPper,&c., &c.
-DUFFIE & CHAPMAN,
July 10 tf. Newberry, S. C,
Postage Stamps and Stamped
Of all Sizes, for sale at
A. M. RISER'S,
Post Master, Newberry C. H., 8. C.
Extra Term, Court of Equity. e
An Exti-a Term of the Court of Equity ~
baving been ordered for Newberry District,
"commencing on,the first Monday in Sep- LE
tentber next, to continue foE one. week; if tit
the business should'.require so much time,"
parties, counsel, and" witnesses wjll attend My
By order of the Court
. SILAS JOENSTONE, c. K. ti. D. I
July 8-27-2t. mn.
WILJLIAMSTON SFRIN@S, S. C. "
- HIS POPULAlR WATERING nk
WPLACE, having been leased.by the 2
inhacriber, is now opened for visitors.
Williamston has strong attractions for the
nvalid, the climate being salubrious, and
he water, the purest chalybeate in America. -
No pains will be spared on the part of the .5
roprietor to render every comfort to in
alids and pleasure seekers. Board will '0
nly be $25 per~ month, $9 per week, andte
1,50 per day. See
Travelers by the Greenville and Columbia a
tail Road reach the Springs, daily at half. P. i
ast 4 P. M. HI. I. EPTING, N. D.,
.ruly 3-o*7-f Propretorn.
ra THn a1SSnm or n
ufferjng, oQr and Destitute
of the" South.
Will tao plae ln.Wr W4
The Ladlies'odety inAid of the so
ig and Destitute Poor of the $oath" w
i't a ualis orth eaaucb
istress and fearful suferingmo
theSouthr- S et.
ivedfrom the eo llt g"
)mma4 g, GoverOrsi est,
dats itfins, 1f fhig 'tEas
ndlng'details of the octail *aninz
ed sa do in thelrtum i
oqd.- The fo i n
Rsia Qss. Fis MM, Drvmst,
Richme6d, Va., May 11, 17. -.
[as. Haaows MATmzza
My Dear Madam-I s"w b u it
oythiig ean say will a it
oble work. -A large propeM
le of the South have aeufzi, ad">I
re still suffering almost to the limit da .
urance from the devastation of war sad
absequent failure of crops. They as make
Mevery possible exertion to revtvedheit
us branches of Indnutry and be oe
slf supporting. The Uiral asstace
he Northern people are. well able to giw
rill releve a -gret amonas of distzess,-a
rill no doubt be !Ucient to plaie the poo
f the South beyond - farther- gar
wod. The recent -msniestioos Af as
r a .ea ly fraternasl fh e.: o s ,
olbing cozd do more ifo . ma
Dsrage 11efw th--of -ahdt
a. tho South .man the -gee res-atdeWN&
the missign of your Soctety to
r sincerely hope the - noble eaq ,p
ociety may result in the mostabudgatsre,
ess. I am, dear Madam,- veiy Mpetfuly,
our obedient servant, -
.eedquarters; d MIkDi'.,
Chad)eston,S- .r. May 13th;'6'.
The'exceflent p yose y the 1 view
annot be too d ,The lihe
ality of .the . Governeni of the UnIso
ttes and the munificent coutbatons a s
edy'ihade for.therefwtheWe-spi ew
estitation in the States, .ea*e .es -
ersApprovi(lewkiLfood and h 4t .
atil an, dnt.2braseables tl po
le he; oddd dimaelvesr, I-tras
ie ever generous and prosperous coaft*
ees eQ Nort wiljaontinae ther niobs
f_t V sli a*dr' iud hpo eda pop-.
iatlon. With my best-w s es for the sue
ess of your undertaking, I remain, ] ,
Commapd. Second Nil. Distriet.
Colnii-a, 6. C., t,'gr. -
Pininit aie .Qto -se.
EnteWui po6r hl -
ndoaiortose'-our ia d
Is in distress. . shli yeie
oar upble work, I am MIi ez yrte
pectfully, your obedient servant~
Greensbioo, May 14th,M.
Hav just rturt foA.nrbo
narch to the seaboard." Portesrble
ud destitution of she ~epec3aclb
esiira.-lvingila- huts; uecnstracted
if charred boards, pf r.ails euhs mud,.
oh are met-b.Etma
ormns, whose firs wprds sre' '-o
d~methui'g to stideth ersv1Mgsofl
u one place L-wituessel the
sales e:iisted for- week ono
orn,-togerher *5th Tomne rootaeO t.&u'ead
mnt another whs had wallied twelIt aBi
, beg somne food-for.hbr children. Maar
theinstnces-ese be ie~ sed~in
rom acdnal wsntof ".od
The pubI~c havemIrad
a jhecall, but.not to the externt to
many,. Addiflodal'fNods mm A
nee;-thece is. at,
o rn it before the giaiu
iettb- ga Grmn ~1sial -as
sirchase foorard food to
ri e ie at:Mashin .
* offered for sale, wt $Wedfr
rit briln v.aluable az'-o1
id thebanceps~ill be
atea Into ~u~aa at. V~ua
rsoa4tickets, and -cnut e' s
~n~tin a manner .worthy b-trii
ad Appor&;pf the pubie. -
deed deposited--in Esare~C~S~
T?wenty Thoand- Dollars 20
overnsmnt nds ..A...;...... o
ton7. ipris Enat Crl
B o Saets Qearfamets an
. D amo .....-..
It1,1nter.000 each...... l .. Prs3 0
126 0 eish....:..........0.. ...4 M
,126 to 6,1%6. 100 0ets
,126 to 1.0,10 ~ost
Desks, Work Boxes,
Albums, Sets.Slver Fisted
Fish Enives. Naki Rings Base,
ladles Gloves, Handkff., .,......- 006
&ll aw,rds will be delivered or forwarded s
reeted, the day after the distribeti>n.
The distribution will be saperintended by a
inmittee of well known gentlemnen, who in
r ing their aid and sanction to this noble eha
y . will not only reeeive the conildauoef the
lie at large, but the wartnes thanks ofth&
dies' Society In aid of the Suffring and DeS
ute Poor of the South:
EX1ReFrIVE Co3DrrTaE -Mrs. Laar
u. Charles Wadsworth,Mrs'. Drake .fh5
8. Adams.Mrs. Hi. Sherman,MissK Dna, .
a Mfaria Moulton. Mrs. .eTnerClark.
Mns HA.RLOWE MATHER.Se'
flab Rates-5 Tickets P9; 1: Tickets 182
kets 86: 8> rickets 64; 40 Tieketsa 22 51k..
93 ; 75 Tickets, 135; l)a ?Iekets .1~ 150.
kets 270; 2 0 TIckets 86); Bio I Ek* p;
istablished ad reliable agents wfll~e allowed
per cent commIssion. Alil order~s .or eommu
atlons address to main office.
BENTLY, CLAeK & Co.
22Pebnsyvania Avenie,- Washington, D.C.
P. 0. .o 101
A. K. RISER,
Agent at Newberly.
hedute Spar. & Union R. Re
N ad afterMONDAY, the 20th May Inst.
Passenger Trains will run on Mondays, Wed.
las $ Saturdays. Down trains hesy
rtuurg C. H.. at 5a. m.; arrive at Alstot
1.30 a. m. Up trains leave Alstom at 1.3
s.; arrive at epartanbu. H , at7O.
President S & U. Rea e.
inle,it 8. C. May 16, 1867.