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The Newberry Uion Bible Society.
MR. EDITOR : Perhaps an item or two with 1
reference to this organization might be in
teresting to a portion of your readers. The
nature and object of the association are in
dicated in the title and need not be remarked
upon here. The Society had had no meeting
since July '64 until the 2d ult., when it was
reorganized at Head Spring Church under
favorable auspices, some 33 persons attaching
themselves as members. The officers elected
were as follows: Maj. Jno. P. Kinard, Pres.;
Rev. J. Hawkins, Vice Pres.;Rev W. A. Grier,
Sec. and E. P. Chahners, Treas. The ,con
tribution of -iny sum, however small, will
constitute a person a member of the Society
one dollar ($1.00) will entitle the giver to a
Bible and ten dollars ($10.00) will make him
a life member. Since the meeting above
mentioned one other has been held at Beth
Eden-By appointment a sermon was deliver
ed by Rev. W. M. Grier. Business matters
were then attended to-a good many names
were added to the membership. The place
seetoed for next meeting was King's Creek
time, Saturday before the 2d Sabbath in
September. Those interested wi please re
member this. A sermon may be expected.
All are ready to qcknowledge that this is a
ood cause-a work'which calls for christian
effort and support. It is not a mere experi
ment, the results of which are doubtful. The
record of the American Bible Society (of which
this is an auxiliary) is written in letters of
hVing light. The good which has been accom
plished and whicli is now being accomplished
declare it to be an institution worthy of the
great ohject in viVw, and having a just claim
to a liberal support. Then let us not with
hold our hands from this good work. "Uast
thy breud upon +t waters, for thou shalt
find it after many dY" G.
The 23d ult. at Walhalla,
Was a (ielightful occasion. St. John's day
was celebrated by Walhalla Chapter and
Blue Ridge Lodge in a becomn'g manner. A
grand masonic pic nic was graced by the
beauty and intelligence of Waihalla and the
surrouning country.
In the eveni.ng the ladies held a fair for the
nup)ose of aidinga n the er'ectioni of a female
:nstitute. The table were spread in the
spacios h1 ail of Mr'. BIe'man's excellent IHotel,
arnd loaded with svery l uxury amid eleganet.
A ball under'the mnagemenit of Mr. II. W.
Pijeper termhated the esti.val. Prof. Sc:hmidt
aind daug bter' (f New erry closed the gevforne
ances hy the execution on the viil and piano,
of sever~al of t bose grand~ (;la operas, ini thirl
usual miagrniit style. At "igh twelve"
the g.uests <departed fhir severali home}s.
well pleased with the festivetes of the day
We learn that a very consierah!e amoun it
was realized and turned over to the ladies for
the benecfitI of the Female Institute..
A case of murder, too horrid for recital, oc
curred near Medina, New York, on the 18th
inst. A clergyman, named Lindsiey, wh.ipped
his son, a child three years old, so savageiy,
that it died under the infliction. In the state
ment before the Coroner'sjury the father eon
~ses to have continued the chastisement for
Just Received
500 Bushels CORN.
3000 Baltimore .Bacon Sides.
2000 Yards Twill Osnaburgs--colored.
400 Bunches Cotton Yarn-5 a 12.
600 Yards Dundee Bagging-best.
300 Yards Striped Homespun.
300 Gallons Mountain W iskey.
5 Bbls. Lime.
1 Bbi. White Wine Vinegar.
Sugar, Coffee, &c.
Also, 100 empty Flour Barrels.
Wheat taken in exchange for any of the
above articles. MAYES & MARTIN.
June 27 3
Wool Carding Notice.
Having thoroughly repaired our Wool Oarding
Machinery and added an entirely new set, there
by increasing our ability to do work promptly
we invite all who feel disposed to come, and
get their wool carded the same day.
After the first of June, we will have a convey
ance waiting at Cedar Spring Station, on Spartan
burg and Union Railroad, to receive wool sent
up by the train on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, of each week. We guarantee work to give
satisfaction as to quality and dispatch. The
best o' oil for greasing furnished free of charge.
TFi-s-16 cents per p.ound in specie. Cur
inev and barter of all kinds taken at market
prices-but please understand-no credit.
Bivingsville, S. C., June 4-23-2m.
WILL be given on Wednesday, the 25th
July, instant. at Academy Grove, in the sub
urbs of ethe Town o Newberry, by Messrs.
Hunter & Birge. The best cooks will be en
gaged, and the tables bountifully supplied
with the choicest viands that this and other
markets can afford. The most savory meats,
poultry, etc., will be drcssed a ]a mode, and
vegetables and pastry served in every style.
Fruits, breads, confections, &c., shall be
abundant, while the most delicious and cool
ing beverages, such as ice cream, iced lemon
ade, sherbet, pop, mead, and erampagne,wine,
etc., on ice, will gush in sparkling rills from
silvery founts and 'glassy goose necks,' under
the canopy otf shady bowers. Ladies and
gentlemen, who know how to cater to the sat
isfaction, comfort and pleasure of others, will
preside at the tables. The citizens of the
surro.nnding coun try of Edlgefield, Laurens,
&c,are invited- to this festival. The only oh
ject of which is an interchange of the pleasan
tries of social life. The crops will be put by,
and the sensen an appropriate one for a little
festive jolity and innocent mirth. Come one
:.nd all to Iile feast of good things, anid bring
o grace the occasion with their beauty and
s;a ies. Tickets to dinner wHi beC only $1.
daJir '1 3 J. Y. IIUNTfER.
r T m abv rear ll be paid( for the re
turn of ared sorrel mare MULE about four
years old, 14 or 15 hands high, white nose
and scar hetween the pastar joint an)d hoof, on
right hind teg, which was stolen on Friday
night, June 23d, from our mill, about 5
miles from Columbia.
J1aIv 4 'e . ALL & LONG,
The State of South Carolina, Newberry .Distrit
In Equity, Helen O'Neall v Walter H. Hunt,
Bill for Dower.
It appearing to my satisfaction that Walter
Herbert Hunt, the defendant in this case,- resides
beyond the limits of this State.
It is therefore Ordered, on motion of Mr. Bax
ter, Comp. Sol., that the said defendant, plead,
answer or demur to the bill in this case, within.
three months from the date hereof, or the same
will be taken pro confesso against him.
Comm's office, May 22d, 1866.
May 30 3m $15.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry District
In Equity, Sarah C. Gary, Admx., v Jno. B.
Carwile and others., Bill for Dower-sale of
land-and to marshal assets.
The creditors of the estate of Hillary W. Gary
deceased, are required to render in and establish
their respective demands, on oath, before the
Commissioner on or before the 30th June 1866.
Comm's office, May 30, 1866.-4t-$9.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry District
In Equity, John A. Henderson v Sallie Hender
son et al., Bill for Partition.
The creditors of the estate of James M. Hen
derson, deceased, are hereby requested to render,
and establish on oath, their respective demands
before the Commissioner of this Court, on.or be
fore the first day of July next.
Comm's office June 6, 1866.
June 13-24-3t-$7.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry District
-In Equity, John S. Birge & L. B. Maffett
Adm's v Win. Bridges, Chaes.lMridges et al.
Bill for sale of lands, &c.
The creditors of Wiley Bridges, dye*asd, are
hereby required to render and estabisheir de
mands, on oath, before the Commissioner of:this
Court on or before the thirtieth day of June in
Com's office, June 11, 1866.
June 13-24-3t-$7.
The State of South Carolina, Newberry Dis
trict-In Equity. Richard V. Gist and
Wife and others, v. Osian A. Rutherford,
Adonr. & others.-Bill for Partition of Land.
The creditors of Dr. Thos. B. Rutherford,
deceased, are required to render on oath and
establish their demands before the, Commis
sioner of this Gourt, on or before the first day
of Sepember, 1866.
Corn's Office, 12 June, 1866.
The Admipistratrix of the Estate of Bennett
Perry, Esq, deceased, (Mrs~ M. C. Perry) having
appointed me her attorney to settle with all
those indebted to the above Estate. I hereby
noti fy all concerned that they can find their notes
and accounts at Newberry S. C , where I will be
glad to arrange with all parties on the most ad
vantageous terms that can be allowed, consistant
with the circumstances of the Estate. I will
hold these papers at this place until about the
first day of September next, at that time they;
will be placed in the hands of Lawyers in --the
different Districts where the parties reside, to be
sued on. All parties who have demands. againat
the Estate will please hand them to me soon.
H. H. BLEASE,- At,torniey.
Newhbery Jnne 15th, 1866.

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