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Dr. W. 3. YeKia; es: great pleasure
do,ane tp the public for
kiad and lberal atroeage heretofore
otiBdd:to bia, and would w*g to the pub
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Jewbtry, I. C.
An Ordinance to preserve the peace
and good order of the Town of
Neaerry and to establish police
regul4tts for the sagte..
. Be it ordained by the Town Council, and
by authority of the same that after the pass
ag, of this Ordinance, it shall be the duty of
the Marshall to arrest all persons guilty of
misdemeanors or lighter crimes, within the
corporate limits of the Town of Newberry,
by violation of the laws of the State of
South Carolina, or by violation of any Ordi
nance of the Town of Newberry, and bring
them before the Intendent or a warden act
ing in his stead, whom the Intendent may
appoint for that purpose,- at such hour as
may be designated from time to time, for a
4ai police Court and that the Intendent,
or *arded acting in his stead shall have
power to pass such order in the premises as
in his opinion justice may require consist
ently with the authority of Council, in such
case provided. ]
Be it further ordained, that it shall be the
duty r - the Yarshall, after the arrest of any,
person, whose violation of law interfeer
with the peace and good order of the Town
of Newberry, or the conduct of the person
arsested, afer the arrest is made, Is such as
to Iepair the peace and good order of the
.own to closely confine such person, and
.o gq4ee ba as herein before -directed
for examinatlon, or proper adminiatration
ofcriminal justiee may require.
Beit ordained, that any person riding t
upon the idle-walk, or leading horses there
on except to cross the same, be held guilty
of a misdemeanor, and be punished at the
discretion of the Council,- within the fmits
of its authority.
Be it further ordained, that any person
found drunk in the streets of the Town of
Newberry, whereby the peace and good or
der of the Town is impaired or the conve
nience of other persons is Interfered with,
be held guilty of a misdemeanor and pun
ishable at the discretion of the Council sith
in the limits of their authority.
Be it ordained, that the discharge of fire I
arms In the streets or roads, within the
corporate la of the Town of Newberty,
bebeld'a ideaseanor, and punished-st the
dbpcetioo otthe Pouncl within the limits
Be id that smoking In the Rail
Road ort tpon any of Its plat-forms,
be held ttu meanor and ponisbable at
the diseres -of the Council, within the
dmits of tbgpushority, and be it fhrther or
dained, thm smoking in private were
houses, anamep after notice forbidding
ach smokbh. held a misdemeanor, and
punishab c i , as above provided
Be it further d that the sa of
false weights and measures,,subjects the
parties using them, to isbtoent at the
discretion on the ob ithi the limits
of iwaothori,. besides their )ity. to.
I prcbe'ed s nst: otierwise odh
lair, d'ifh-hi be lawful for the Mar -
hal fro- t to - fee'te: and
oft the e of a llweights and eas
ares andl.trade withi* the corporate, Em
its of Newbierry, and to report all violations
of law in this particular, -
Done and ratified in Couaite sisembled, 4
and given under my hapnd th seaf -e
the Corporation, this fifteenth day of May,
A. D.geihteen-annd,ed and ixty-sble.
B. N. B&.ass, (ilrk
Nxwasaar, 8. C. -
4A Or#nassct to imiprove the 8ani-]
tary eodiio-of the 2oten of
Be is ordained by the Town Coo,sil and
by the satoty og the same, Thaat all the
tresii within the-coete limits of the
Twn oft Nevberry, shall be kepl ope-n, ad
sfroip all obstructIons irn any way -in
ing the fresh flow of water, and that the
aniownersand tenants6e required to drain
heir larnds.adjacent to the stream', of all
tagnant water, and remove any other
:ses impairing t,e~ sanitary condition of
That the Marshall sala take immnediate
t'ps to open the streams at the expense of
he Town Copacil,.and .to notify the land
awers and - teesstatt drain' their lands ~
adjacent to the streams;.anduponthe fail
ure ef any one hpuera reqaire.l to drain r
lnds- adjacentA-o ~the ireams, that the -
Earhall shall Ifave theilght, and'lisbereby S
instruted to ester upon snch lads re-- a
uiring draibing, an(d dada -she sane, kerep- sa
sg an eat s,ccounlt of the eost' of such- i
Irainage, ad charge the coil to the party 'c
whoseduty It is to drain the land under T
his Ordinance and repot the same to si
he Council. T
That she person or. persons liable to drain 1)
lands under this Ordisnce, and-upoaanotice.
railing to render obedience to thIs Or $
lance within a ieasmonable time, shB be s
aeld guilty of a misdem6nor, .and -punish
11,18 with-he at the discretion of the Coun- u
mil within the Eits of Its authority, be
pides., being. otherwise procee4ed against
scrding to Law.
Beit furthur ordained that all .a.s of b
lickness within the corporate limitsof New-b
erry, or other nisnce be- removed or -
Lbaed as far as may be by the owiners or
>ccup tts of the lots upon which such
auses of sickness or nuisance may exist,
pon notice to that effect, and that such
ersonm failing so to remove or abate such,
sanse of sickness or nuisance, shall be held
uilty of a misdemeanor and punishable by o
Ee at the dieretion of the coneil, within
tie limits .of its- authority, besides being as
iable to 'be otherwise proceeded against ~
aording to law.
That It shall be the duty of the Marshall
pon the failure of the owners and occu
ants of lots to remove or abate any cause '
f sickness or other nuisance as hereinJ
provided to enter upon such jots,' and re
move- ce abate such causes of sickness or
uther 'nuisance, and keep dau exact account
at sh removal or abatement and report the
m.;.e to thme Council.
That it shall be the duty of the Marshall
o look closely and vigilantly to the im
roveent of the sanitary condition of the
rown, and that he promptly report every
Ahing at all impairing the same.
DQne and ratified in Council, assembled,
and given under my hand and the seal of
the corporation, this fifteenth day of May,
A. D., eighteen hundred and sixty-nine.
J. N. BAXTER, Intendant.
R. M Br.Uas, Clerk.
District Court of the United States.
or the Distrist of Seeth COseeIsa. In Bank..
rupte. n the:stSer or Nastis Chapinh in
To wmit may euneesn: The nderalgned
meueby glvemuotlee of hasae tnn As
igass of the este et MMrCsI,Beak,
n .. &C.a.**eM |n|te.,.mat of "ma
s'o'|*.'h"s'"een a"'la a "nku
Distict. at ewberry C. Ii., the
6th day or A . D., ulgu..
ay U 3a'
A lrge b, by the e,eorretall.
May 518 Lf. TR. ARThO O. '
'ITIZEN'S SAVINGS' BAI
N ewberry Brano1
OMce on Pratt Street.
GenL WADE RAMPTON. President.
J. B. PALMER, Vice'.President.
Thomas E. GREGG, Cashier.
G. T. SCOT C, Assistant Cashier.
FAIR, POPE & POPE, Solicitors.
Local Finance Board.
JOHN T. PETERSON,
EMANUEL S. COPPOCK,
RUEBEN S. CHICK.
[uterests on Deposits at thi
Rate of 6 Per Cent., Per
Prom9a. m., to 5p.m.
[Extract from By-Laws.]
"Deposits may be made by at y minc
aver the age of twelve years, either with c
rithout a guardian, and by married womei
a their own names. Euns of $1 and up
ard will be received, but no Interest sha
0 paid on the fractional parts of S. nor o
ny sum where the whole deposit is less tha
, nor for the frac.ional part of a month."
Will be ready for Business May 1s
May 518 6m.
IN THE 5th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
elen Y. Orosson, by her next freind, vg
James M. Crosson, et. al. Bill to
sell Land, &c.
It appearing that James M. Crosaon, on
f the parties defendant to this bill is ab
eat beyond the limits .of this State. 01
3otion of Messrs Fair, Pope & Pope, Plain
if's Sblicitore. It is ordered that said de
?ndant do plead, answer or demur to sail
ill within. forty days from the publicatioi
f this order, or the same will be taken pri
onfesso against him.
At Obamber.% L,- BOOZER.
*1, 17, 1869. f
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
ames B. Clary, vs. Kay . Burton, Thoma
R. Wilson, and Permelia Burton.
Bill fur Relief, &c.,
It appearing that Kay Burton and Per
elia Barton, two of rhe parties defendan
a this Bill are absent beyond the. li-.-its o
bis State. 0, motion of Messrs. Fair
'ope,. Plaintiff's Solicitors, it is orderei
at said defendants do plied, answer o
em.r to said bill in, forty datys from th
ublicaion of this..order,, or the sarne vil
e taken pro confesso against them.
At Chambers, L. BOOZER.
ay 18, 1869.f
ay 19 20 tf.
HUTN AMEIA IFE
SMYS, fOUl AD A QUAITE 1111UON8
HIS COMPANY desires to secure Loca
and District Agents throughout the
ate of Soutl Carolina, and will make liber
arragemens with men of energy ant
K sesall the desirable forms of Policies
rates as low as those of other irst'.clasi
cmpnis. It gives a CREDI I OF ONE,
[RD the PREMIUM, WHEN DESiRED
md receves the b-lance in ONE, TWO o1
BE[NSI'ALLMENTS. with THIiRT1
AYS GRACE PAYMJEN IS.
Its Policlesare NO N-FORFEITABLE FO!
SPECIFIED) AMOU'r, in cas of faiurt'
pay premiums NO) RE$FR[CIONS03~
(f HERN RESIDENCE OR TRAVEL.
Active men with such a Company, cai
ske an agency pay them well.
Apply to E P GEORGE,
1y6 20 3t Gen.Aganfor S."C.
Adte%:'e4e Charletona Hotel, Charleston
'C. til 10th June; after that date-Colum
Newberry, C. H., S. C.,'
May 25th, 1869.J
Aoney Orders can be ob'sined at this
Ice upon all parts of the Ur'iced States
hich is now the safest way to apd n-oney,
Sthe governmen~t is responsible for every
A. K RISER,
May 26 20 4t. Postmaster.
Buy the Best
We now bave on hand the foP.owing pop
lar styles of Ladies and Misses hoop skirts:
e Dew Drop,
R eception Detni Quaker,
Grecian La Parie.
The Duplex Elliptic is a great favorite with
a ladies, and is universally receommended
the Fqshion Magazines as the standardi
:irt of the fashionabie world.
To enjoy the following Inestimable adven.
gs, -via: Superior quality.. perfect shape,
mish,- ezibility, durability, comfort and
conomy. Buy the-bes
IL&rHIAS BA RRR &. SON.
.y e EY&z-atSadi' ody
D R, TROS. T. MOORE, 4
Is happy to inform his friends and the
public, that he is up again-better and
L brighter than ever, after the recent confla- f
gration. He is prepared to perform all
manner of operations connected with the
Dental profession, in the .nost scientific
manner He desires particularly to call the
attention of persons suffering from "Cleft
Palate." He can remedy the evil and make
speech perfect. He has greater iacilities
for making and administering Nitrous
Oxide Gas, than any one else in the State.
Teeth can positively be extracted w-thout
pain, by the nse of this Gas, when adminis
tered by scientific hands.
Persons wishing any work done will find
it to their advantage to call at his office,
over Messrs. Bryant & McCarter's Book
Store, Main Street, Columbia, S. C.
March 17 11 3m.
At Wholesale & Retails
R & W, C SViFF1ELD,
Columbia, S. C.
We have received our SPRING STOCK
of the above Goods bought for cash, and
i. will be sold at a small advance.
Country dealers supplied, and prices
a guaranteed AS LOW as any house south of
o New York.
We keep the best fitting Shirts that are
mada. AU the late styles of French Casi
> meres for custom work.
March 24 12 tf. t
Stockholders of the
Newberry Sugar Manufactur
ing Company, will make im
mediate payment-of one-third
3 of their respective shares.
THOMAS S. MOORMAN,
May 12 19 tf.. President.
FOR SALE BY
R.- MOORMAlIl 00 C.
Mlay 518 tf.
Office i,aurens R. R. -
Laurens C. U.,S. Q4pril 29; 196g
On and after Tuesday. 12th May next! the
trains on this road will commence running t
30 return on -same day; to connect with up 9
and down trains on Greenvilleand Colum
blai Railroad, at -Helena.; leaviing Laureis at r
5i A-M., on Tuesdays, Fhursday's anddat- t
airda.y's, and leaving ~Helena at 1i P. 1 -, on i
same days. J. S. BOWIERS, r
Supt. L. R, R.
*Rosemont Cemetery. -
Purchasers of lots in the Cemetery who
have paid for the same, will get their titles
by calling oni Dr. Gouin, the Treasurer.- The
few who have not patid for their lots, are
most earnestly, and for the last time (it isj
Sto be hoped) requested to nie'et their obli
gattors and get their titles also. The
grounds.have been enclosed for their bene
fit as well as those who have paid their
dues, and they have met no part of the ez
A. C. GARLINGTON, Secretary.
'WILSON & WICIKER,
OPENINTG A CHOICE STOCK 2
CONSISTING IN PART OF:
MOZ AMBI QUES,
PRINTS, CALICOES, &C.
FANCY ARTICLES, &C.
SUGARS, COFFEE, 5
TEAS, MOLASSES, p
STONE WARE, &C.
HATS, CAPS,.BOOTS, SHOES &C.G
June 2 20 tf
The subscrihers are prepared to furnish
ice to the citizens of Newberry, from- this
date. MT CRSIN
Ice-Cream at Shodairs, a
'roposes to grind all the. Sugar Cane that
eewberry Town'hip will furnish this year,
ud convert the syrup into Sugar, upon
iir terms, or purchase at good price, all
:ne delivered at the Sugar Mill, at or near
Zewberry, Court House, at a proper stage
s tipeness. -
All who wish to avail themselves of this
enefit, must plant the pure seed of the
hlack Imphee Cane, which can be had at
lie store of R. Moorman & Co.
The Company further proposes to sell
ut all the Township rights, except this,
*nd is ready to eff,:ci such sale.
For particulirs, apply to
THOMAS S. MooRM AN,
April 2S 17 tf President.
[869. SPRING 1869.
kBRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Have now in Store an elegant
Tqe & aegfe5 i
GAITERS & SHOES,
For Spring and Summer
rear. of every pattern, make and material,
rh ich have been selected specially for this
narket. and we invite particular attention
As we deal exclusively in this line, our
itock embraces a large variety, and too, buy
og as we do, in such quantities, we can af
Sell as Cheap as
Se" Call and Examine our Stock
cnd be continced.%ii
We return thanks -to our friends and cus
pmers for the very liberal patronage be
towed upon us in the past, and respectfully
sk a continuance of the same.
March 24 tf
GUGllT IT I DECLlNE !!
W. H. WEBB,
laving just returned from
be North with a complete and general as
ortment cof Goode, such as
Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Articles, and
'kes pleasure in' calling ai,tention to his
rock, which was purchased at a decline In
rice.and which he offers at correspondingly
These goods need only be seen and priced
, convince any one as to their Superior
nality and cheapness.
Spcial attention is called to the large ya
lety of Ladies and other Shoes, maniufac,.
ared expressly for him and stamped with
is name, and whbich are warranted In every
spect. Call, examine and be convinced.
W. H. WEBB.
March 21 3m
ESSR8. BlRE & SON,
Takes pleasure in informing the Ladies
articularly, and the coinntuity at .har;e,
tat n elegant Stock of Goods is now open
,r inspection. In the line of Fine Goods,
pecial attention has been given, and the
Laces and Trimmings,
the completest and best ever before
rought out. While the Stock of
White and Heavy Goods,
knd Dress Patterns in
Muslins and Calicoes,
Stripes, &c., &c.
re of the best grades,, and qualities. To
'hic is added an elegant and beautiful
~fantg and gailet $ictles.
All of these Gc.ods are offerea at reasone
ble prices.'- Call and examine.
R. Moorman & Co.,
Have just received a new supply of
3acon, Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
lyup Tobacco, Country
ured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
Ehich they propose to sell at satisfactory
ices. They receive new supp.lies every
eek, and invite an examination of their
ock. March 24 12 tf.
We are still taking orders for
ODIER, C0X, IAHKLY & 00'S
1,2,3 and 4 Horse Wagons.
Perons who may wish to secure one of
e above Wagons for future use, would oo
el to leave their orders with us at an1
irly day, so the-t their Wagons may be
adv fo~r them in good- time.
Our stock of DRY GOODS, HARDWARE
nd GROCERIES, is full and complete as
snal. CARW[ILE & Mco,AUGHRIIN.
M oda, May 11, 1869
R HORTON MARSHALL
TO CONTINUE UNTIL THE
AT THAT TIME, AN EN
TIRE CHANGE OF
MAY BE EXPECTED.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Capital, Surp'us and Reserved
Funds........ ...Gold, $17,6),8 00
Assets in the Uuited States,
over..................-------- 2,000,0C0 00
Daily Cash Leceipts, upwards
of ...............................Gold 2), )00 00
T). A: i;AL RioRT roR THE TEAR 188
That the Premi ms were..........Gold, $5,86.5.(75
! he Lo.ses amoni.ted to........... 8,68L.446
The As,ets have been increased " t84,361
After paying a Dividend of 8 per cent.,
amountiug to S587.625, the undivided
ortaflts are ................ (iold, 48 66)
Assets. ............. Gold, 17,690,:.9
FIRE POLICIES ISSUED,
CURRENCY, GOLD OR STEL
CHARLES T. LOWNDES,
Agent South Carolina.
WM F. NANCE,
Agen: Newberry, S. C.
Wiskeman & Wilber,
Having removed to their New Store, are
ready to accommodate their friends in all
sorts of Groceries, at the lowest prices pos.
They are ready to fill orders for Peruviin
uano, direct from the original Ferntvian
At Market Prices for Cash,
Feb. 2-4 8 tf.
NOW OPEN A?
Wta ke pleasure in informing our
Newberry friends, and those of sur"
ounding countrv, that we have-now open,
r selection of Dress Good.A, with Fringe.
imps and Buttons to match, of beautiful
syes and patterns.
A full line of Printed Lawns, C.imbrica,
Jaconers and Organdies.
,A full line of Sheeting.
A full line of Long Gloths.
A full line of Calicoes.
A full line of White Goods.
A full line-of Kid Glares.
A full line of Lisle Thread Gloves.
A full line of Hosiery.
A full line of Iri.h Linens.
A full line of Cassimneres for Gentlemen 's
A full line of Linen Coating, Drills and
Making our stoek q:e as full and corn.
plete as it unas two weeks ago.
We solicit a caill from our friends and all
risito's to oulr city, with the assurance that
ur stock and prices will please all.
J. HI. & M. L. KINARD,
One door South of Columbia -Uotel.
May 5 18 Bmnos.
ho State of' South Carolina
ohn A. Barksd ale and others, vs. William
F. Nance. Ajim'r and others.
The Creditors of the Estate of Col. James
1). Nance, deceased. are hereby required to
ender on oath, and establish their respec,.
ive demands before the undersigced, on or
tefore the 9th of July next.
April 14 15 3mo Special Referee.
I am rnow fully prepared to attend to all
york of thIs kind, .entrauted to me. Sur'
eving in atll of its~ bratnches attended to with
c'curcy and di-patch-at usual prices. Or'.
lers cant be left at Mr. J. E. Peterson's offce,
,r sent to me through the Postoffce at this
alace. G. M. GIRA14DEAU.
April 14 15
R. Moorman & Co.,
Are just receiving a fresh
Virgina Flour, of superfine
No. I Kits of Mackerel
And other articles, to which they
nvite the attention of housekeep
?rs. April 14 15 tf
[n the District Court of the
JNITED STA TES. for South Carolina. 3Iay
Ierm. 1869. In the mat ter of John Mayer
f Poma' iat, Newherry County-Bankrupt.
~erition for full and final discharge in Blank
Ordered, that a h#enring he had on the 2nd
lay of July, 1809. at Federal Court
lose in Charleston.S. C ; and that all ered-.
tors, &c , of said Bankrupt appear at said
ie and place, a d shew cause, if any they
on, why the praver of the petitioner should
ot be granted. 'And that the 2nd and 3d
neeings of creditois of said Bankrupt will
e held at the offce of' J. C. Jaeger, E'.q.,
egistar of 3.1 Con District of S.C , on 29th
ay June, 1800, at 12 im.
'By ar'ler of the Court, the 29th day of
i~a,6. DAFIEL BORLBECE,
Clerk DIstrict Gourt United'States.
Ju.e 221 3t For Ronth Carol1tna.
The nndersi2ned has just returned from New
York, with a large and complete stock of
Dry Goods and Groceries,
which be is prepared to sell low forcash.
SFeb. 10 tf. D. MOWER.
Spring Dress Goods.
A few pieces of nice Popln and Challe Mohair
Call and see them, at D. MOWEWS.
Feb 10 tf
I have been solicited by my frieads from
time to time to order stores for them, and 1
would now say to all who desire one of the
best COOK S FOVES, that I have made sat
isfactory arrangements with the manufacta
rers. and can fill orders for all whn ma de
sire. D. MOWER.
Eor sale by
Jan 13 D. MOWER
Some very heavy PLAID OS
for sale low by
Jan. 27 4 tf.
DRY &M1LLINERY GOODSe
A good stock of the above con
stantly on hand, and for sale low
for cash, by D. MOWER.
Jan 13 tf.
New Orleans Molasses.
For sale by
Jan 13 D. MOWER
ew and? handsome styles of Spring PrI a
Feb 10 tf D. iDMUJWEBR''
A Sne aesortment at D. MOWER'.
Feb 10 tf.
Kits New Mackerel and Salmon, for sale by
Feu 1,) tf D. MOWER.
Anice stock of Sugars. Cell and see boe
buvng,nat D. XOW&2'8..
Leather, for sale by D. MOWER.
Stock of Groceries,
Paysinger & Wilson
Next door to the Shoe Store,
Have now on hand, and to which they are
constantly adding all choice articles in the
Grocery line, which they are selling~ at
L OW PRIOES,
Yarns, Cottos cardq
Tobacco and Sogars,
Tin ware, Jug ware,
And a large variety of other arti
eles, such as are usually kept in.a
first class grocery store,
dec 2 49
NEW STORE--NEWY STOIJ,
Cheese, Mackerel, Candy,
&c., &c., &c.
March 3 9. P. BUZZRAEDTeF
Thomas S. Moorman,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has resumed the practice of the Law as
this place, and catn be found for the pr0se9
t the store or R. Moorman & Co.
3. N. ROBSON,
Nes, 1 & 2, AtlantIe Wharf,
C HA R LEST ON, S. C.
Hlaving ample means for advances~, a bus
ness experience of twenty, years, and con
iing himselIf strictly to a Commission
Business, without operating on his own ae
:ount, re.spectfullI solicits consignments of
oton Flour, Wh'eat. Corn, &c.
Shippersc of Produce to him may, aUbher
,ption, hiave their consignmecnts sold eithes
n Charleston or New York ; thtus having
he advamntage of two markets, witho$ e*.
Bishop W. 31. Wighit'an, S. 0; Col.
Wmn. Johnson, Charlo.teN. C; RiW. T.'O0.
kawmere. Tenn. tlHen. John P. Klag, AM,
uta. G.t.; Messrs. Geo. W. Williams b
30.; Cha'rleston. S. C.; Messrs. WIi!!0me
aylor & Co., Nederhk.
A pril 28 17 l7.