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STATEOF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry District-In Equity.
U.. Ptake, Adm'r. v. Mary C. Boozer and
BIT for ale of lands to pay debts.
By order of the Court of Equity, I will
sel, at public auvt:ou, on the 6r"t Monday
"3 December next, before tine ourt House
-In Newberry, the real estate -of John C.
loomer, deceased, aitsated in Newberry Die
tict, as folows:
- . set No. 1 containing 6fts-four acres,
mpre or Jee, and bounded by lands of Mrs.
-.- Cole, 0. Boozer, Jesse Senn. E. & Cop
pook, George H. Boozer, and other landsof
Tact No. S containing fifty-four acres,
eorrlta. and boundeo by landa of George
3ooaer, Kay Burton. John Harp, George H.
Boozer, and other lands orsa d deceased.
Tuajs-The taxed costs of these proceed
Ig apt be paid in cash, the balance of
the purchase money payable in one and two
,a. ~ with interest from the day of sale, to
secured by bond with at least two good
tlM- Sadt"a mortgage of the property
sold. Petmiasion is given, however, to the
urebaser to pay in cash any, part or all of
he pechase money.
SILAS JOHNS'ONE, c. r. x. D.
10On's ooee, Nov. 11. 18-46-St. *10.
"TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Newberry Distr1t-In Equity.
aoey H. Bopp v. W B. Ropp and others.
Bill for account, relief, &c.
B"rrder of the rourt of Equity, I will
aell, atpublic auction, on the first Monday
is Dec. 1867, before the Court Hous, at
:.liewberry, the real estate of George I,ey
app,d.ceased, consisting of a tract of land,
sitaated in Newberry..District, ennait,ipg
One Hundred and Five Acres,
m loreIes, and hpunded by lands of L. G.
SuIe, .Elijah Wedaman, estnte of Jacob
ese .md John Dreyer.
sama-Cash if the purchaser desires
of the purchase money . ust he secured by
had payable id twelve months, with in-,
_eresat from day of sMe, with two good
sareties, and a morcz%ge of the premises.
The cots of these proceedings must be paid
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. r. . D.
Coaas oce, iov. 11. 13-46-3t. *1 .
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
-.-] ebiT. Brtpesort, Ordlsary of Newberry
% 8esr e :)oyd bas:a6t ed ID'
** nt asd sWaiesar,he _wtts ail
e f hdistrict mafresaid, de
- ,herefle sc ete and adasuish
geesaauebe.a appaear before
as Opimnary's Ceort fru the
sbe.boMe at Newl'irrf Court
the1tty e ..Z&t: show
het heegr-ate .
4lwie ndermy hand.and seal, this 7th
.yErJ.smber-ta the year of our Lord one
thuad ethudred and sixty-se~ven.
J. OH T. PTERSON, o.n.d.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLiNA.
-- XWuagRRY DISTarCT.
yt Jete T. Peterson, Oidin3ary of Newtberry
Wheresa, H H. Folk has applied to me
- Bir Entters of Administrationl, on all and
simgalr-te aodsand cbattels, rights and
..edits of Miehael Baker, Iate or the dis.
These are.,heefore to eite and .aduosish
-' jsi singuar. the kindred and ceitors of
-thgsiddecesed toe and appear before
ea ez rdinary's Court for the
Dittt obe holdes at Newberry Court
Usse s the.21st of Nev. mes, to showr
-mE K ny whf' the sai Adminitra*hos
rad y .hand and ae'el, thIs 7th
4syof Nov in he year ofourI Lrd one
8TATE OF SOUTJI CAROLINA.
3y Jehis T, Estersoa. Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas. Thomas B Lizey has applied
. - amefor Laers- of Administration, in all
and-siegtarte gode and chatters, rights
and credit" cf L-edliin E Li'see, lhte of the
-the disates aforesaid, deceased:
he'bes. th ereiboe to eite anod admonish
*- AR ingslr, the kindind amd creditor of
-he 4eesimed, to be and appear before
as a oQ azt Ordinary's Court for the
so e hlde at ewberry
the 25th of November ant.,
ianwhy the .said Adminis
- . es nader my hand and seal, thi' 1Ith
* f4 N5o@ihar, in the year of our Lor-1
as hesand eight handred and siixt.a-eveo
JOHN F. PE FEESON, 0 it..
?Ie subqedber raeperfully inform, the
pub itheu-is m nufaetaring and keeps
mmgsaaly em hand-a supply of Black Wal
at* MY'ew Poplair
Nade if the best material and with the
- These CoB.. are samafatured at New.
berry, sad will be feraished here by Mr.
Naa~ Marvin, at hi. shoe who is engaged
e citsir'manufacture, and who will ATTEND
JUNWR^ALS WITH A HEARSE.
Ca,nsw~ilbe furnished by my Agent Dr.
- T. 4Kie'rks, as Greenwood, S. 0., who is
aIwgs kept in fufl'mpply, and als'o by Mr.
U 5. Anderson, as Chapj-eIls Depot.
- W. A..0LINE.
Nov. 6 45 2mo.
STATE OF20&JTH CAROLINA.
Neberry District-In Equity.
-. Aisher & John Agnew, vs. Robt.
Bill to foreclose Mortgag,-.
Pursuont to an order of the Court ot
ga.ity I will sell, at public outcry, on the
r et Monday in Iecember 1867, before the
.rt House at Neitberry, a tract of land,
-situated in the District of Newberry and
.State afore'said, in the fork of Saluda and
Little Rivera, containing eigh' hundred
acres, more or less, and bound4ed by lands
of Thomas A. Floyd, Graves Sp.earm~an and
!'u-The~ purchaser will be required
- o pay one third of the purchase money in
esh; ad to seei-e-te balance payable in
two eqa annual installments with interest
-fromn t:e day-of sale, by 'bond with at lea'st
two good suretiesard a mortgage...of the
gremises. SiLAS JOHNSTONE,
Coins Offce, c.L- .Dn
N o v . 1 4 4. t 12.
ThRay.EDWARD A. WILSON will send
(free ofeharge, to all who desire it, the prescrip
siswith tbe directions for making and using
~sierS db w4e be cured of a
'ties Bis ongelees i to benefit the afflhcted
ad be hopes every samrer will try this praerip
Ns, asr it-wlest them nothing,and may prove
No.16 5~ Qd Street,
BSep. 3J-. )VlW rg, Sew York.
Neie in bereby given that application
wEhe amade at the ensuing sessionofL -
We are now prepared. to make
We will remain for
SIX WEEKS ONLY,
And those des:ring pictures should call at
an early day.
Old pictures copied to any size desired.
Pictures taken in cloudy as well as fair
Instructions given in the Art.
Gallery over Mower's store.
WREN & WHEELER,
Nov. 6 45 tf. Photographers.
ALL ? WIITER
Oonsisting of Late Styles of
DRY nv PIIAND 11RES
In all Varieties of Style.
Boots and Shoes,
BAGGING AND ROPE.
ALL FOR SALE
LOW FOR CASH!
* "Dk the Comner"
By D. MOWER.
September 18-38 tf
FMTHIl& BillE & S9N,
.DEALERS 1 N
STAPLE & FANCY
We wol4alltheatiention of our friends'
an*ustomere, t pa re ly n
the ladies in particular, to this stock.of
Fail aud Wluter Dress Goods,
Embracing the following styles: -
Dress Goods, Delainee, Alpaccas,
Black Silks, all gradcs,
Mferinos, Coburgs, Poplins,
Bismanrks, Reps, Prints,. Camblries,
Hosiery and Gio'es,
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Kid Gloves, (Ladies and Gents,)
Shirts and krawera,
White Goods and Laces,
(!assi,n,ers and Salem (N. C.) Jeans,
Ribbon.+, Velvet, Taffeta and Bonnet,
Elastie Cord ai.d Braids.,
Head Netts, Dres~s Trimnminip and Buttons,
Alpaca and Silk Braids,
Shawls, Veils and Berages,
Embroideries of all kinds,
H ATS AND CA PS, a full line.
Blue Stone! BlueStone!
- Just ,eceived, a large lot
- A No. 1 Blue Stone,
By R, STEWART.
Oct 28 44 4
*S HO P.
In rear of Hunter's Shop.
THE subscriber having opened a shop,
for the purpose of making and-repairing
Vehicles of all Kinds,
respectfully calls sttention to the same, and
solicits a share of public panronage.
Having an experience in the above line of
work, of ~25 years standing, and being a
thorouhpractical workman, [ feel confident
In giving the most substantial satisfaction.
both in work and Prices, which latter shall
$20 Rewaid-Mule Stolen.
.Stolen from the subscriber on Wednes
day ovenin'g the 23d Vetober, by a very
tall treedmnan, a black Mare Mule, 9 years
old,.abouzt 14* hands high. There are no
particular marks on said mule except a
hite saddle mark on each side of her back.
She has a little Roman nose. A reward of
$20 will be ~paid for, her recovery.
Addrpss E. 8. WERTS,
Ninety-Six Post Office, S. C.
Nov. 6 45 St..
Will be sold on the first Monday in Dec.,
at New berry, C. H., the following - valuable
Stok, viz: i dark bay
this horse formerlj' belonged to Mr. Jack
1 Mule, 1 Iron Gray Horse, and a three
year old Colt.a
B. C ST KOT HER.
To be on the 3rd Dec. 1867.
On TUESDAY, the third day of Decem
ber next, I will sell to the highest bidder
my tract o land lying south, and five (5)
miles from Newberry C. H., S. C. Thero
are THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY ACRE!,
more or less, in the Tract. If parties de
sire it, I will divide the Land into
so as to suit each. This is known to be
the most valuable TRACT of LAND of
its size in this section of country. (A large
proportion of it lying in ORIGIN A L FOR
EST, and so near Town that the WOOD
ALONE is WORTH THOUSANDS OF
DOLLARS. Further, the open lands are
in a fine state of cultivation, averaging a
20 bushels of Wheat, 145 bushels of
Corn and 7 bales of Cotton,
weighing 400 pounds each, to each hand,
besides a bountiful supply of PEAS, PO.
TATOER, TURNIPS, MELONS, &c. On
these lands there are 2 two-story dwelling
houses, and all necessary out-buildin^s, in
cluding Gin House and Cotton Screw, be
sides New Settlements which have been
built for employees, since the war.
These settlements ire conveniently and
bountifully supplied with most excellent
water, by We.ls and Springs for family use
and branches for stock.
I will sell, at the same time, on said
plantation, a lot of extra large and fine
Mules, Horses, Cattle, Hogs,
Corn, Fodder, Peas, Shuc.:s, Hay,
Wheat and Flour,
Cotton Seed, T%%o 4-horse and One 2-horse
Wagons with Harness,
Carriage and Harness, Buggy & Harnesa.
1 Sett Blacksmith Tools, Farming Imple
i n ts complete.
Gin Head and Thrasher, -
and many other things, includin-z all my
Household and Kitchen Furniture, &c.
Oct 9. HE NRY H. BLEASE.
NOW is at
W. H. Webb's, en the Corner,
Under the Hotel,
Where ea be found.
Fancy and Staple,
In every Style and Variety, for
Ladies and Gents,
White and Red,
Among the latter is the celebrated
Of every quality, style and price.
BOOTS and SHOES,.
For ladies. misses, gents and boys, one of
the completest stocks to be found, with
Which for quality, Onistuad price will defy
Full and complete, all varieties,
Of every description.
Besides a fine lot of GOLD, GOLD
PLATED and SILVER
WATCHES and JEWELRY.
Aid Every Other Article usually
Kept in a General Stock.
All of the above enumerated goods bave
been caretlally selected, and bouirht to sell,
and will be sold at satisfacty prices,
All I want is Living Prices !
W. H. WEBB.
I AM JUST IN RECEIPT OF A FINE
French and American Con
Fruits of all kindq. fresh from Baltimore
markets-such as Peaches, Strawberries,
Blahkberries, Green Corn, Pine A pples, Fige,
Dates. Palm- nuts. Filberts, Cocoa,nuts,
Brandy Peaches, Oysters-by the can or gal
on, Candies and Gum,drops, of all kinds,
Cheese and Macaroni, and many other artl
ees too nut.merons to mention, which will be
sold extremely low for cash.
Fresh Fish and 'Oysters
--Twice a Week.
OtbrA. M. RISER.
Otbr23 43 4
100 tons warranted genuine Peruvian,
trm the Agent of the Peruvian Gowern,
met, on hnd,and for sale by
SILAS JOSN&TONE 6 Wu.lr. NAN05,
DIR, T. GOUJIN
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
and carefully selected stock of
Fine French Confectionery
And other Goods in his line,
respectfully calls attention to the same.
Among which may he four.d in C4NDY
(POLE, STICK and LUMP,)
Pepper-. int, Lemon, Anise Seed,
Sassafras, White Cream, Pose,
Cinnamon, Lemon Drops, Rose Cake,
K$i.es, Banana, Orange,
White VaniUs, . Nuga Bars, Star,
Jujube Paste in Shec's and Sticks.
Fruits in boxes and drums.
Can Goods, &c.
HIS STOCK OF
DRUGS AND MEDIUINES,
has been replenished by late additions and
is now full and complete, and of the
He takes this occasion to return his ac
knowledgments for the generous patronage
heretofore extended to him, and respect
fully asks for a continuation of the same,
promising that no eftort or attention on his
part will be spared to render satisfaction.
October 23 43 -
M. W. Bythewood, Anctioneer.
Totice is hereby given to the buying pub
lic that the sales at auction heretofore con
ducted nightly, are changed to thrice per
week, viz: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
nights, at 74 o'clock.
Saturday night to be observed as the night
for SPECIAL SALES of Clotbing.
At this very heavy stock of Dry Goods,
clothing, bats, boots. shoes. &c, &c,* is
bound to be closed out by private or public
sales by 1st January next. [ solicit alt in
need of such goods to come forward and
look to their own interest, as the determina.
tion is to sell without regard to cost. The
parties concerned intending to remove to
New York to do business.
As I find It very troublesome to answer.
the many questions-to give a fit of eloth"
Ing. c., while the auction sale is in pro
gress, I have concludod to offer the stock of
Clothing, Boots, Shoes and Hats at
Private Sale at juaion Pric:.
for thia-a_eek, so as to give all a fair chance
tto sUIT themselves. So come up anid change
your ralment. 'This is important to Nor.
chants and Farmers, as I wiH take in trade
Cotton or any produee of the country.
N. W. BYTHRWOOD, Auteoge.
AeonHue Uadr New Botel.
T. Town I Ceantrylerhants.
I wllSell at Newby C.HB., S. C. at1
o'clock. V., Monday, 18t November, ii67 at
the Auctio House, under the NewberryHO4
a large Jot of Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Cloh
ing. Bot, Shoes, Hats, Domestics, &c. These
oos will be sold onyin packages. &c . tomsuit
ttrade. I. W. BY~TH EWOOD.,
Oct. 8044 8 Auctioneer.
To Close Business.
Important- Noti.:e to the Public.
As I have determined to remove to the city of
New York, to transact businese there, I now
of'er my very large and complete Stock of Dry
Goods, Fancy Goodi.. Clothing. hafr, ( aps.
Boots. Shoes, &c , &e., below cost, ntil lst
January, 1868, at which time all gooda not sold
willibe rpced and shipped'to New York. I
trast my Irmndr customers and the public gen
erallv arwIil give me a call before purehes-ing
elsewhere, a great bargins can be expected.
for i must sell the gosby the time stated
fhi. is not a deceitfu schenme simp!y to sell
goos, but a fact which can.be perfetl under
sodand appreciated by a pean~ atedanca.
Newberry, Oct. 80 44 St.
The undersigned respect fully g'vea notics
that, he is prepared to .\MAKE, or REPAIR
any kind of CA BINET WABRE, in the nyar
est and most satiisfaictory mnanner. - Work
solicited. Prices reasotnable.
Oct. 30, 1867-44-t f. -itelena, S. C.
Us S, Interual Revenue.
!3otice is hereby ilven tha t by the recent
change-s m:ade in -the 3d Collect,ion District
of the State of South Carolina, by order of
the Secretary of the Treasuryt, the two for
mter Divisions of Newberry Dir:-:. h::T
been consohdated, and to be known here.
afer as the 7th Division.
For ti.e above Division I have been corn
misioned to take eh-erge as As4t. Asse'ssor,.
parties resiiiing within the s.ame will recog
nize me as such and miake thU.r returns ae
Office on Law Range, North side of the
Court House. H. C. CORWIN,
Aert. Assessor 7it Divi ion,
3d Col. Dist. 8'. C.
Nwaberry, S. C., Oct. 28, 1867.
CIIEAP FOR 01811!
Just Received, a Fine Stock of
Boots & Shoes,
Hats & Caps,
&c., &c., &c.
SCall and examine.
As HARRIS, Agent.
October 8) 44
JUST RECEIVED FROM
5adame Detmorest, this Month's Style of
And also, a fine stock of
Cheap for Cash. I
Laces, of all kind.
A. HARRIS, Agent.
Cotton Ties, Cotton Ties.
Dillons; "The IArrow," and
liVN TIEf4 VM BANDAS,
muun Ieb n
SILAS JOEN&TUh & Iu,.J. NAIVE,
Fall 4' Winter
q-Q Q D S ,
Respectfully states to his Friends and the
Public generally, that his Stock
IS NOW COMPLETE,
And. Consists of
BOOTS and SHOES,
GR O C ERIES
Of all Einds.
And almost any other
Article that can be
All of which he will
$@Having secured the ser
vices of Mr. H.. R. Marshall,
he will be happy to see his
many friends and former cus
tomers at my store, and give
them any attention they may
OS The establishment of
J. Sulzbacher & Co., Colum
bia, of which he is a partner,
has been removed to their
New Store, on Main Street,
and ariv orders for that house
left with him here, will be
promptly attended to.
October 251 43
MEsEss. EDI TOs-Please allow US a place
it' your paper to invite the attention of the
people genecrally to our
Men's Youths' and Boys'
Our Stock con'ists of the most desirable
se'lections fro'n the best CIothinr Bouses or
New York. imaproved by grmeijta made to
order from go.ods of our oen cboice. and
em,br.,cing~ every grade indicated by pricem.
rang zg iroma
$6.50 to $80 Per Buit.
SINGLE GA RM ENTS IN PROPORTION.
.Specia attention given to
Hats, Boots, Shoes and Fur
Daigexclusi4vely in this line, anid buy
ing our Goaods for Oash, we ean and wil Of
fer indcements not to bie found elsewhere.
gg We are mnech enconrauged at the
high commendation 'of competent jndges',
who have lately examined the clothing
steeks or our neighboring towns, Columbia
and Augusta, and who assure us that
is equal' if not superior in many
respects, to any to be found
in those markets.
Then give us a call, and if wcefail
to please, the loss be on our shoulders.
WRiGHT & 00PPO0K,
No. 4, Kolohon Row,
October 2 Newberry S. C.
Fashionable Clothing and
Near Post Offce, Newoberry, S. C.
Ys>UTII's and MEN'S COATS,
VESTS, PANTS, OVERCOATS,
SHIRTS, U ND ER S HI RTS,
NECK-TIES, POCKET HDKF'S
and FURNISHING GOODS gen
erally, ju.st arrived.
StU'S of the best FRENCR and ENG
i-1?H ?aIATERIAL, and of the LATEST
S rYLES PROMPrT and rASsroaAstY
maide to order.
Hiaving purchased FOR CAsH, from the
OLDEST and EST EStaDLISBED HOUSES
in New York, my
Fall and Winter Stock of
Cassimeres & Vestings,
for BUSINEss and DRES SUITS &c., &c.,
my CUSTOMERS, 3RIENDI and TRE PUBLIC
will find it to their izU'Ts to give me &
all before buying elsewhere, as I am pre,
pared to SELL ARTICLES in Wy line on as
HEAP and REAsoWABr4 TtRXS as can be
obtained in any-market.iouth.
Making, Cutting Altering and Repairing
one at shortest notie.
Vewbry C. a*.,~ ..
Oone 9 A1 17
M. B41RE & SON'S.
Are Dow receiving their Stock of
Fall and Winter
BO U TS,
Ladies', Misses & Children's
Goat, Kid & Morocco
Bootees, Gaiters, &c.
Men's BOOTS & SHOES of
Besides a fine assortment of Gentlemen's
The above GOODS havel been carefully
selected, and made by the best workmen.
We feel thankful for past favors and
earnestly solicit an examination of our
Stock p.pfore purchasing elsewhere.
Gfye us a call and judge for yourselves.
AIIAI8, QKIfN & IANIGIV.
The Subscriber having given
up his agency in the store No. 5. Mollonr
Row, is now opening an ''-T1ILY NEW
FANCY & DOMESTIC
Saddles, Harness, &c.
Which he will be happy to exhibit to his~
formner patrons and the~ publie genernay.
The above stock baring been pnrch..e
since the great tall in goods, can be sold a
such as the following leaeding articles.
Bleached Homespun 10 ets.
Brown " 10"
10-4 Sheeting 5
Hats 50 "
Suits Clothing $5 00
Saddles $8 00
Buggy Harness $18 00
G. D. SMITH,
M air. Street,
octen Dr. Gouinr' and the Shoe Store
ALL KINOS OF LEAF TOBACCO,
- AND MANUFACTURER OF
Fine Havana & Domestic
No.55 SOCIETY STREET,
ONE DOOR FROM KING,
CH ARBLESTON, 8. 0.
ggSamples sent by Express.
MURE~S and PER
In Store and to Arrive,
100 Tons PERUVIAN GUANO, from General
---"-Whann's Eaw Bone Superphosphate.
-- " Rhode's Pbosphate Lime.
-- " Mapes' Nitrogenized Sup- Phosphate
-- " Rodunda Island Guano.
-- " Tell's Raw Bone. Superphosphate.
and all the other
Standard, Naual & Manipulated
MaRures and Fertilizers.
81148 JMN8SI & Wh. I. NAN(R.1
Columbia, S. C.
A. r A L EBI,
INFORMS the public that his STOCK 0?
000 S in the above ipe Is complete In
every respect-heing the largest eepr
brought to Columbia, and coasists in psrt
MARBLE MANTLES and GRATES, see
HUSE-FURNISH1NG GOODS, in larr
All descript'ons, froin a FOOT STOVE to
a HOTEL COOKI:G RA.YG. Th'e attee
tion of hon.ekeepers s particularlr iuaked
to the COTTON PL.ANT COOKING Q 1STOVI
which is regarded as the very -beat now is
use. The following certificates ftu cii.
sans of Columbia, are published Aw
the just appreciation in ahich they are
COLUxrIA, Octobei 5, 18g1.
A PALxa, EsQ.
Dear Sir :-I have, for the last tighee
years, been using all the latest iapaed
patterns of Cooking Stoves, and aR' .f
which, as you are aare, were bought at
your establishment. But'allow'e to up
sure you th.t the last one bought-'.of yeu
called the "Cotton Plant," excels all others;
amd I would therefore recomesd to ali
who want a Cooking Stote. That' "111 ghwe
entire satilfaction, to buy a "CottonPias,
and no other. Respectfu!ly 16orh;
W. H.A .
CoLxIA, S. C., October 21, 1667.
A. PALSR, ESQ.
Dear Sir:-I have proved the Cotsn
Plant, which I purchased of -you kataplag,
and find it just the thing-by ja. the' best
Cooking Store that I ever had,. in evry r
spect. I cannot toa- strongly 'ruomsan
ie. Yours ri spectfully,
J. H. KILLL.
I have used the Cotton Plant Store -t
siror eight motis, and am free ;o esq
that it bakes the best and qrdekest, with
less fuel, than any Stove Ithave eger ad ;
and I believe, from its construction that it
will last longer than any other. -
JAMES E.BL c E
COLUxIA,S. C., October 3, 186'7.
Cor.uxau, S. C., Osto' er to; 1867.
A. ?sat,s s. .
.Dear Sir :-Havinag obtained from..
and now using in riy famiily-the oi
Planut Cooking Stove, I cheerfully bese
tiamomy to its many good quaritt, las
economy in the use of fuel, the .raspidity
with which it does its work, the.niriy
of its batiog.snd cooking, mnaeit, '* may
judgment, the best Cooking Stove in mae
ket. Yours respectfully,
J. . EJSENMANN.
Additional references ca hb-given 9t Ah
In all its branches, promptly attended te,
Grocers,Grain & General
Provision Merchants -
175 Broad Street~
The andersigned have this da4reud a
Co,partnershIp nder the inam of -
WEIGHT & IfODLEY,
for the purpose of transacthng a general
Our attention will also. be gives to the pwr
chase or sale of
es prtiemayplease to favor as.
We will give oar attentio,r also, in up
ulyuag Planters and others with.
GUANO and other FRTILI
ZRS promising a- GOOD
QUALITYT in afl eases.
Novemb'er 5 45 2m'
STYATE OF SOUTB CAKOIJNA
- NKWanaitR D5Rsvarer
By Joln T. Peterson, Ordnayof'Neitiery
Whereas, T. Q. Sloa & Sesnnahb ar
ria bas applied to me*tr Letters of Ad-'
minietratin. on alR and siug Iar he gnnds.
so-l c',attels, rights and cedits -of Stieeh'
Harri., late of the district aforesaid,. des'd: .
These aethereforeto cite and gdint*sh
tall and singular. the kindred ad eiedtar of
he said deceased, to be and a,ppgar bser
me, at our next Ordinary*s (vatrt ($ te said*
lI istriet, to be holden t V etierry Court
Hoe the 18 b or Noyetnber Inst., to .bow
cau-s, if any why the said Adinistrtion
,'aotI4 not be granted
Given under my hand and Seal, thfs 4th
riay of November In the year of our Lord
onel thousand eight hupdred and sixtys
JOHN V. P.::TErSON, o. ..
Nov. 6 45 2t._____,_____
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLIN(A
By John T. Peterson, Ordinary of New berry
Whereas, Hugh Rodgers has applied to
me for Letters of Administratiou, on all and
singular the goods and chattels, rights'and
eredits of rhos. W. Montgomery, late of the
Listrict aforesaid, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and admonIsb
all and singular, the kindred and eneditors of
the said deceased, to be and appear before
me. at our next Ordinary's Court for the
said District, to be hold.en at Newberry Court
Hlouse, on the 18th day of Nov. next, to
show cause, if any, why the said Administra
tion should not be granted.
Given under my hand and seal, this 4th
lay of Nov , In the year of cur Lord one
thousand eight hundred and slxy-seven.
John T. Peterson, o. N. D,
Nov. 6 45 2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
NEWBERRY DISTRf CT'
By John T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas,- Isabella Birge baa applied to
ne for Letters of Administration.on all and
~ingular the goods and chattels, rights and
~redits of John S. Birge, late of the district
These are therefore to cite and adoish
11 and singular, the kindred and creditors of
teosaid deceased, to be and appear before
ne, at our next Ordinary's Cosis fbr the said
)istrict, to be holden at Newberry C~otrt
louse oa4the 13tb day of Nov,, next,to sbesr
:anse, if any wh-1osaid Ad=41=Iatration,
houid not be .atd~ -.
Given under my han( and Sea 0tht
lay of Oct., inst. In the year of-owr Lord one
houandb at hundred and sItgys.
T . T A+areman a