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~&i1U4oston the above
~ to aise a large
- Sa NgS
* Deeltie i oo
--1Aa a Palu, Bega die,
i~t~ ~ .~D. COWER,
- D.- aOWR
* men -agesa -ofihr
.1a . OWEInau
- AGSTA GsPimiAl,r
: ma., d.sr..orre
~pf~m~bting interest, will seil on the
4th of .December next,
And GOAT8, &c.,
-" a eg tteyglve asenths from day of
- 4r aShi preferred.
-- TABITHA ABNEY,.
enliv io,w1be rented on -the Brat
soa nJanuary nest.
* G. W. G2K%
war: 2o.4a-se. Ad.lnistrator.
Stesat Engirie for Sale.
ASXA110NAM STRAM. ENGReE, 35
bumps power, in cotpiets order; irith
Ib s,,,,..s...,r n~~.Te Enm
%es ebe seenas the Conaree Iron
- ak, hfeeefEMy street
-A-. R.* . KCDOUGAL,
-Jmr. 2n 4 , Caimmbfa. E. C.
Trein xtydv. yss. expedenc ln ths
mercantile business, the subscriber flatters
Mmself he understands the wants of the b
people, sad knows where the right places a
usji get the goods at the right priees, a
'Good Goods and moderate prices," is my a
notto. R. STEWART.
The subscriber is now receivin and open
!og at.bis new stose, "old stand, corner be
low 1Ik 1, and fkaigCourn Hoase,_ a large'
sad splendid assortinent of goods,embracin Y
stmost a dcb to be found in awell
retea store. As the stock is too
ensive and varied to enumerate, all I esk
is a eiilaisa sezaaton. Thee goods
have- at beesi pnrdiased sines the reoent'
pea doms a -in A be sold ata
mar d es.- 0. STEWART.
to amestme?t Groeerfee, an sraf,- b
B LasekJatAr of t. rwmITB
nov 3'? n TE ~I.
?Oder, SbM E$ap, .e&.
AU grades Powder, Shot, and Percussion
Cps-Combs, Spectacles, Buttons, Brushes, P
slgtsies; HoOs, Wooden-ware, Looking 3
g, #e. R. STEWART.
Saddles, Bridles Ae.
very iannmdos lot Saddles, Bridles, al
!9ts. Bawy Barness, 'e
Cr cke_, and Glass
J*st a good les above-articles.' For sale
Ap. K. STEWART.
A au lw-lew ,u to Ta sa
Gunny Clot,h &c.
Gummy Cloth and. Bal Rope, Plow I.ioes,
3hl Ids,.shIes, ese rete.
$. STEWART. *
-WW sisb as abost:'otio she very best a
t,Asee ot Cloths, at noethern o
primesi. These eloths warranted superior. A
now, P6L. .R. STEWART. t
; haps and- Peummry
As ega-or So.us, PerfmerY
I Te4etartils SomM ta Se.
D. STEWART. ii
Segars and Tebse.e. .1
AM grd.s roee.. .somersysuperier.
ales ist Seges, Susals commos. -
Ma iaread l in tl eryB..s
Al bR u d$ akers eing a si es
ml quldes. CaU geta ~(raxe.
- E s1WARr.
,Aoaetaa .Allaimes and seisn. A
-8hoe Thread, &c.
A halmis, She-s.eeltnsh bd'nA
ogs.sfty.- t STESART- e
-Hats and Shoes.
- ren pard Bl ake4h
, LW'e,of re all kior
ol itnEs.opedto a siz deird
PicurC.aken n dy eamie.l 1sfi
Aete. . HRIS.get
Gaovemboer 2o0 r' stre
- Residen45ce.s Photographe rs.
eateke B ttr
fo ale fove,eys sta.
'e be en the 3rd Dec. 1867.
On TUESDAY, the third day of Decem
er next, I will sell to the highest bidder
ty tract of land lying south, and five (5)
tiles from Newberry C. H., S. C. There
re THREE HUNDRED & FIFTY ACRES,
ore or less, in the Tract. If parties de
ire it, I will divide the Land into
a as to suit each. This is known to be
ee most valuable TRACT of LAND of
a size in this section of country. (A large
roportion of it lying in ORIGINAL FOR
ST, and so near Tow*n that the WOOD
LLONE is WORTH THOUSANDS OF
QLLARS. Further, the -open: lands are
Sa fine state of. cultivation, averaging a
,0 bushels of Wheat,145 bushels'of
Corn. and 7 bales of Cotton,
reighing 400 pounds each, to each hand,
esides a bountiful supply of PEAS, PO
'ATOES, TURNIPS, MELONS, &c. On
bae lands there are 2- two-story dwelling
oss,aand all necessary ont-bnildings, In
lading Gin House- and Cotton Screw, be
idea New Settlements which have been
Silt for employees, since the war. .
These settlements ire con!eniently and
oatifully - supplied with most excellent
rater,-by Wells and:Springs for family use
nd branches for stock.
I will sell, at the same time, on said
lantation, a lot of extra large and fine
[ules, Horses, Cattle, Hogs,
Corn, Fodder, Peas, Shuc.:s, Hay,
'heat and Flour,
ottom Seed, TA o 4-horse and One 2-horse
Wagons with Harness,
Carriage and Harness, Buggy & Harness.
Sett Blacksmith Tools, Farming Inple
mt nts complete.
Gin Head and Thrasher,
nd many other thin, including all my
Hoesehold and Kitchen- Furniture, &c.
OQt 9 HENRY H. BLEASE.
Which is the best Stove?
Mr. A. says his stove is the best, Mr. B.
%ys his stove is the best, Mr. C. says his
rove is' the best and so. on, through the
rhole catalogue.of stovebnakersand lera,
Now It is perfectly natural for every one
> hold up that which be hito sel, asaood
nd we doubt not his honCsty. But for eac
no.t that he makes or sells the BEST
I s Isomething a little ridiculous
e.ery thinking man.
We theefore do not claim that the stoves
ee are the best, but we do claim that
at of the large number which wt have sold
ithe last eighteen months not one has
trebeen returned,~though wehave in every
e. the p.wher the privilege of
s'oin ne ionth after aho purchase Is
md,If the stove does not work well.
Those who study their own Interest, will
ad the nearer home they can buy
I GOOD COOKI2JG STOVE.
as better It will be krthem..
(NUl TIN JANIJlCTORY
tilLcarded on at tbo old stand, where a
od article ot Tihware of almnosevery de
ripiorcand In quatts to suit -purchas'.
-a, and at prices to suit the times, can ala
ays be found.
Ws- JOB. WORK of alt.kinds.
one at shojr na
BLEASE & WRI(NB
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- Er 1868.
We hase sow In'press this polpnIar Politi'
i Compendium for 186l8. It will contain,
sid'es the ues!a matter of all AMUnee*s,
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e Ibisyesr. compared wth ievioms ones,
e isst Important Acts of -Cnrs5Pres,.
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No 162 Nassau Street, New York.
Get. 3 tr.
TATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
y,Tobn T. Peterson, Ordinary of Newberry
Whereas, William Satterubite has applied
Sme for Letters of Administration.on alt and
.Ue the odsand chattels, rights and
'edts of Cavin A. Satterwhite, late of the
strict aforesaid, deceased:
Theme are therefote to cite and admonish
1and singular, the kindred-end creditors of
ao said deceased, to be and appear before
me,.a&our next Ordinary's Court for the said
istridt, to be, holden at Newberry Court
[ouse onthe2d day ofDBee.,.next, to show
seif aywhy the said Administration
Given under my hand and Seal, this 18th
ay of Nov., inus., n the year of our Lord one
aousand eight handred and sixty-seven.
John T. Peterson, 0. N. D.
nov. 20 47 2t.
Sale of Stock, &c.
Owing to my advanced age and feeble
ealth, I have determined to discontinue
tming, and will sell, at public auction,
t my Plantation, 'imniles west of New
erry C. H., on
Vednesday, 4th of .Decemb>er next,
Four fine young MULES
(.ood Stock of Cattle and Sbeep.
One 4-horse and one 2 horse Wagon
One Carriage and one Buggy.
Corn, Fodder and-Shucks,
Household and Kitchen Furniture,
Plantation~ Tools, &c., &c.
gr Sale positive.
gr Terms Cash in. United States
urrency, on delivery of property.
Newberry, S. C , 19tlh Nov. fw6. 2t.
09tton Ties, Cotton Ties.
)illons; "The Arrow," and
-Gould & McIntyre's
RON TiES AND BAN'DS,
For sale by
SILAS JOIISTONE & WYm. F. NAO,
Oct. 30 44 tf Cotton Brokers.
yvirtue of a writ of fieri facias-to me di
ited, J will~ sell, on Monday the 2d day of
ecember next, within the legal hours of
ale one tract of land containing about sew:
atyix (76) sores, more or less. boundel
y lands of Sarah Bobb, Abram Moore and
hers, levied on at the suit of T. If. r
inger-= Wa W. Griffn.
DR. T. GOUJIN
HAVING JUST RECEIVED A LARGE
aniT carefully selected stock of
Fine French Confectionery
And other Goods in his line,
respectfully calls attention to the same.
Among .which .may be found in CANDY
(POLE, STICK and LUMP,)
Pepper-ulnt, Lemon, Anise Seed,
Sassafras, White Cream, Rose,
Cinnamon, Lemon Drops, Rose Cake,
Kises, Bannna, Orange,
White Vanilla, Nuga. Bars, . Star,
Jujube Paste in Sheets and Sticks.
Fruits in boxes and drums.
HIS STOCK OF
DlS AND MEDIINES,
has.been replenished by late additions and
is now Ibil and .complete, and of the
He takes this occasion to return his ac
kuowledgments for the generous patronage
heretofore extended to him, and respect.
.fully asks for a continuation of the same,
promising that no effort or attention on his
part will be spared to render satisfaction.
October 23 43
1ARIAGE AND REPAIING
In rear of Hunter's Shop.
THE subscriber having' opened A shop,
for the purpose of making and repairing
Vehicles of all Kinds,
respectft i calls attention to the same, and
lolicits a shire of pu ic.tohge:
H'aving n experience theabove4ine of
work, of 25 years standing. and being a
thorongjapractcal-workman, [ feet confident
in giving the-most substantial satisfaction,
both in work and Prices, which latter shall
MATill BIAIE & 8ON,
- - DEALERS IN
STAPLE - A
We would call the attention of our friends
and customera, the. public generally, and
the ladies in particular, to tis stock of
Fall amd WInidr Dress Goods,
Embracing the rollowing styles:
Dress Goods, Deraines,'Aiaceas,
Black Bilks,-all grades
Bismarks, 1ieps, Prints, (ambrics,
Hosiery and Gloves,.
.Gents Fnrnisihng oo4, .
Kid Gloves, (Ladies and Gents,)
Whlte Goods and Laces,
*Cassalmers and Salem (N.. C.) Jeans,
Ribbons, Velvet, Taffta~and. Bont,
Elastic Cord jud Braids,.
-HeadNetts, Dress Tuimmilngaand Buttons,
Alpaea and Silk Braids,
ShawLs, Vejls-and Beags
Embroideries of all kind,,
JATS1 AND-CA&iS, a.CuIll&ne, --
TER)tS STR,ICTIX UASIL
(bctober 2-A0Z ..
The Subscriber has just reeivred
at Jalapa, a large assortmne,t of
Fancy Goods,Wooden Ware,
Umbrellas, etc., etc.
In fact a complete assortment of all goods
usally found in Village Stores, which Is
being constantly augmented by fresh ar
He has also the agency of the celebrated
"Salem (N. C.) Goods, 'which he will be
happy to furnish to the Merchants of New
berry and Laurens. My goods have been
purchased since the fall in prices and will be
sold low for cash.
Cs F. WATERS.
Jalapa, Nov. 13th 1867. 13 46 im.
JUSf PUBISHED, a new 'edition of Dr.
Cnlverwell's Celebrated Essay on the radical
cure (without medicine) of SYRzaA'rongsZa,
or Semmilnal Weakness, Involantg Semmainal
Losses IMPGrnIdr, Mental and bysical'In
capacff, Inmpedimuents to Marriae, etc. also,
CoslmTrIoN,EILPY and ae nu by
Etle, in-a sealed envelope only 8 eents.
The celebrated author, in thi admirable essay,
cial demontae,from a thiry years' sue
of sel-abuse may be radleally cured witot the
dangerous use oflnternial medicine or the ap
plication of the knife-pointing. out a med. of
cure at once simple, certain, and. efectual, by
means of which every suf&rer, no zlatter what
his condition may beIMay Lure himself cheaply,
pr t1 aLecture should be ina the hands of
every yot and everya se te ,tonan
address, p stpi,o reep of Ei cets ortw
ariage Guide prce5 cents.
SAddress the P6shr,
CKa.c. LINE & CO.,
327 Bowery,3yYerk, ?estO00ce Box4'86.
Kne m,. 23 i7 If.
LA 'T E -ARRV
Pall 4 Winter
RespectIally tates to his Frien.la and the
Public generally, that his Stock
IS NOW COMPLETE,
And Consists of
BOOTS and SHOES,
(R O CERIES
Of all Kinds.
And almost any other
Article that can be
All of which he will
gg'Having secured theser.
vices of Mr. H. EL. Marshall,
he will be happy to see his
many friends and former cus
tomers at my store, and give
them any,attention 4they nay
$|a The iestablishment of
. Suilzbaehier & Co.,. Colam
bia, of whehheis apartner,
has beeni remnoved to .their
Newt Store, on Main Street,
and any orddrs for that house
left ,with him here, will be
MQ. Q OT.
-MEas. Eros-Phease ils, us a iaee
it' your paper to.invite.the attention of the
people ges,eralRy to oa-r
Men's Youths' and vaQy'
AN) FURMIN 600BS! I
Our Stock conists of the-most desiwUbe
ilectinsfrom: the best Cothbibg floises ol
New York, improved by-garments made to
dder from good's of our own choed,. and
embracing every grade, indieated by p4ces
$.50 to $60 Per Suit.
sINGLE GAR1EN1's iN ?ItOPRETION.
Special attention given to
Hats, Boots, Shoes and Fur
Dealing exetwiirely in this line, and buy.
ig our GoodS for Cash, we can and wiN of~
for inducements not to be found elsewhere.
g7We are nuch encouraged at the
hgommneidation of competent judges,
hav ltilyexamined thi clothing
stocks of 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 gii-e vs a call, anid if wefaa
to please, the loss be on our shoulders.
WRIGET A 0OPPO0I,
No., d, kw be w,
October 2 Newb.mry 8. C.
Fashionable Clothing and
Nar Post Offee, Newberry, 8. .
YouTa's and HEN's COATS,
VESTS, PANTS, OVERCOATS,
SHIRTS, U ND E R SHI RTS,
NECK-TIES, POCKET HDKF'S
and FURNISHING GOODS gen
erally, just arrived.
SUITs of the best FRENCH and ENG
LISHI MATERIAL, and of the LATEST
SYLES PRomPTLY and rIsHroNAmr.Y
made. to order.
Havng purchased FOR CASH, from the
Dr.DZST and BUsT ESTnBLISHED Houssa
nNew York, my -
Fall and Winter Stock oft
Cassimneres & Vestings,
for BUSINESS and DRESS SUITS &e., ac.,
my CUSTOMERS, IBIENDs and TUE PUBr.IC
will find h: to their INTEREST to~giVe me .a
call before buying elsewhere, as I am proe,
paed to SEL.L ARTICL,ES in my line on as
EAP and asAso0iAr.E TERSS as Can be
obtained In any marfet South..
Makng, Cuitting Altering and Repairing
done at shortest notice.
-Newberry C. U., s, C.
Are now.receiving their Stock of
Fall and Wititer
Ladies', Misses & Children's
Goat-Okid & Meoroce
Bootees, Gaiters, &c.
Men's BOOTS & SHOES of
Besides a' fine assortment of 'Gentlemen's
The above GOODS have been carefully
selected, and made by the best workmen.
- We feel thankful for pest favors and
earnestly solicit an examination of our
Stock before purchasing elsewhere;
Give us a call andijadge for yourselves.
ABLIS, GIIFIIN &. I&IGROVE.
The Subscriber having given
Up his agency in the store Nii. 5, Nollolhon
Row, is now opening&an ENTIRELY NEW
FANCY & DOM1STIC
IA T 8N7
-Which I,e uRl be happy to euhibit to his
former pasrous and theyubic generally.
The above stock -liavag been~ puselhased
since the great- fallin.goods,'ean be sold St
Sah as the following leading articles.
Bleached Homespun 10 ets.
Brown " ~10 "
Prints - - 10 "
1048Sheeting ~ 5"
Suits Clothing *5 0
Saddles $ 8 00
Buggy Hlarness $1840O
G. D. SMITH,~
asss. Dr. Boid andtk o Snet&s.
- Dt. 9 4.1 tf.
'DEALIE IN .
AL. KiN8 hf LEAF TOBACCOD
.AND WANUTACTURER 0?
Fine Havana & Domestic
No. 5580S0IETY STREET,
ONE3 DOOR FROM KING,
C H A R LESTOeN, 8, C.
ggSamples sent by Express.
. EMREST'S YOUNG AMERICA, THEl
JBEST JUVENILE MAGAZ[NE. Eaey
Blov and Girl-that sees it says so; all the
Press say so; and Parents and Teachers con
frm it. Do not fall to secure a copy. A
good Mico ,oe with a Glass Cylinder .to
confine livin obt, or a good two-bladed,
pearl Pocket Kf,'and a large unmber of
other desirable articles, given as premiums
to each anbscriber. Yearly, $1.50. The
November Number anisimenees a new ro1.e
W. JNNENGS DEMOREST,
473 Broadway, New York.
Try it, Boys and Girls. Specimen copies,
fve cents, mailed free.
Nov.x3 46 tf..
U. S. Internal krenue.
Notice is hereby eiven that by the recent
changes made in the 3d Collection District
of the Stato of South Carolina, by order of
the Sdecretary of the Trea.sury, the two for
mer Divisions of Neciberry District have
been consolidated, an to be known here
after as the 7t.h Division.
For the above Division- I have been com
missioned to take charge as Asst. Assessor,
parties residing within the same will recog
nize mesas such and make their returns-ac
Office on ILaw Range, North side of the
Court House. H. C. C'ORWIN,
Newberry, S. C., Oct. 26,1867.
The undersigned respectfully gives notice
that, he is prepared to M AKE, or REPAIR
any kind of CABINET WARE, in the neat
est and most satisfatctory manner. Work
solicited. Prices reasonable.
rw. 0 - 867.1...u. J.fclnena S. C.
Columbia, S. .
A. PAL MEL
INFORMS ihe publitc that his STOCK OF
000 S-in the above line is comp.lte -is
everr respect-theing the larget-st.
brought to Columbia, and ronaias in pse
MARBLE MANTLES and GRiATES seno
ral styles. -;
HOUSE-FlURNISHING GOODS, in
All descript:ons, from a FOOT STOV ,n
a HOTPA COOKING RANGE. The ete
tion of house-keepers is partieunarly in l
to the COTTON PLANT COOKIG. -
which is regarded as thie very best :nx b
use. The followiug c Cyit*frotu "
zens of Columbia,' are pubft1 6 AA
the just appreciation n hich ty'!as
Coraxert, Oetobet ,l
A PALMn,. Esq.
Dear Sir :--I have, for the last eigtt$n
years, been -nsingt at the latest impn '
patterns of Cooking StoVes, andf
which, as yoe-are aware, were- bought= I
your establishment. But allow- a,e:v -
sure you that the last .one bought :fi.mi
called-the "Cotton Plant," exoels all others ;
and I would therefore rebumend ,te' all
who want a Cooking Store9 tha& vilW -gie
entire satisftiction to buy a "CouqPIa*
and no other, Respctfully ouvr "
CorinIA. . ., October 21,"
A. P,Lxxg, Esq.
Dear Sir :-. bare proved t&e de m
Plant, wMe I purehased of y'oiila'r" ,
and find it just the thing-by tar- tb-$r -
Cooking Stove that I ever had, in eterpie.
spect. I cannot too strongly recomend
it. - Yours respectfully, 4.
J. R. KILf.AN.
I have used the Cotton Plant Steve for
sxor'eight months. and am freo ta: sy -
th.t it baikes the best and. qui+kes : k
less fuel, than any Steove.I have*
and I ,,befieve; from its cnk
wiflastlunger'duan alty .
CorUXsA, S. C, October 8, 1867.
CoI.aLau & C., Octo'.er 2. 1 "
A. P a, EQ. -
Dear Sir -Ha~ring obtiiel
and now -using in may famill..ch
Plant Cooking Stove, I cbgerfrhit fle fil
tinmomny to its:-seany- good -qaal-iM4
econoiryin4h.e f et,-ir zmpdiy
with which ii does its work thi'Uiuljsiy
of its bakifbg and cookin,mkta,a
juadgmient, the best Cooking &o*0 ifee
ket. -Yours vtpeetulBy 1.
P o itids
The undersened haseorbis de e*a
00.partnership,-Inader the nGes
Grocery, Proviioii a*4h2Y
chase or sa er
as parties may please stavo59 -
We till give bur -attento, io, Ia supe
rlingPanter. and.eothers witth K
GUANO and other 'ERTDruI
ZEIRS,' promising a 60
QUALITY in all ,ese'
November 4432a -- -. -
Tesubscriber resepctfauhyin th
pultat he ii Di DufacJ2,ari p
constantly on haed~ a supply }he m
utad YellowJ'epaw -
Made of the best materialAJ ~im
These coffin are manufauctured 1~r
berry, ad wil -be furaishid .it e.r
Martin Hareis,at is sbhotub
In their manufacture, ad'who wR&W
FUERLSWITH A*[ -M
Coffina will he itrulhe amy s~N
T. G. Parks, at Greewoo e
abrajs kept In funl suppy,m4&
... Anderson, a4 Qhag*h -~
'Where ? at
M. BARLRE & SON'S.
Oct 23 43
Will be sold on thejfirst Monday in Dec.,
at Newberry, C. H., tM1 following valuable
Stock, viz: I dark bay.
this horse formerly belonged to Mr. Jack
1 Mule. I Iron Gray Horse, and a three
year old Colt.
R. C STROTHEL,