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NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, February 27, 1867.
Rev. E. A-Bolles.
We received yesterday two very in.
teresting communications from this gen
tieman, which will be found in to-day's
Attention is called to the article by
"one of the People" on first page, copied
from the Carolinian. The writer i: on a
sulject of peculiar interest at this time,
and one in which the majority of the
people are vitally i.terested.
The advertising Agency of Messrs.
G. H. Rowell & Co., is known ewy
*here now, and known favorably.
businessmen find it one of the greatest
convenienees of the time, reliable,
prompt, and thoroughly efficient. No
firm is before them in the field they
labor in.-loston Sunday Times.
The Reconstruction Bill.
Senator Sherman's bilk as amended by
lesss. Wison and Slreilaberger, passed the
Senate last Wednesday night, It disfran"
ehises those of our citizens specified in the
third seetion of th'- amendment to the Con
stitoton, confer suffrage on the blacks,
a nestablishes military rule in the South.
We will publish the bill next week, together
witb some of the "speculations" of the press
Southern Agency Advertiser.
We bave received the above har <bsome
and popuiar little sheet, published at At
laata, Ga., by J. F. Shecut, E' q. Atlan
ta is destined to become one of the most
p oiu1arand important commercial and
aanufatiring inlid cities of the South,
and iend Shecut has taken that tide,
wte trust, whieh will have no ebb, but shall
flow ontrard to fame and fortune! The
Gate city has already discovered in the
Advertiser a desideratum, as the fourth
number of this enterprising Journal must
be enlarged to accommodate its patrons.
- The Galaxy
* For March 1st, gives the following
choicel'ill of fare; Waiting for the Ver
dict;i Nemesis; The Temple and Loncoln's
Inn; H er Answer; Mazzini's Last Mar i
festo; "Rien Ne Va Plus ;" Hints to Vis
itors to Paris ; and The Ciaverings, con
cl8ded. (On receipt of $6 for one year,
the ublishers will send the Galaxy from
any date desired, and a copy of Archie
Lo!el; and the Claverings, complete.
Bloathof which books are illustrated 'mdI
each sold at $1. Persons wishing to em)
ijace this offbr shoul,sen<d $6 to W. 0.
& F. P. Chburch, No. 39 Park Row, New
Attsntion is directed to an important
articTe on irst page, from the Carolinian,
~headed>foreign imnmigr'ation. General
Wageoei;pf Charlieston', has been ap
pointed Oommnissioner -of Immigration.
Nowr is-4he time for our citizens .to take
the mter ia. and right heartily, and
iiei what can be done to recuperate the
energies of. the State. Gen. Wagener
wiN b&ve' erculars printed fur circula
tiow-i the Germani States. Let~the citi
acareflierberry have a place in the
pcturebyldfording-Gen. W. every as
sis:tance in their power: Woul it be
unwise to call a public meeting to devise
matters germain to this subjeg t? Ne w
berry, is considered by many, a garden
spot, much of the land is very rich and
finely.adapted for white labor. Let the
indujcements and facilities be made known,
that a pcr centage of white labor may be
We have received a .cataloguc of the
officers aud students.of Forman Univer
ity, for 1S6&. The pamphlet is.a fair
exhibit of the prosperity of this.splendid
seat of learning. The board of trustees
is composed of eminent gentlemen, while
the-ddfferent schools are presided over by
professors of talent, many -of whom are
knowntofame, Total numiberofstu'lents
one hunderd and forty. Rev. J. C.
Furman, President. Jno. F. Lanneau,
Secretary of the Faculty. We feel
warranted in saying, that Furman Uni
versity is second to no other institution
of its kind the wide world over. We
must take the privilege, in this connec
tion, to admire the beautiful ty pography
emanating from Mr. Elford's office, shown
forth in the above pamphlet.
eturn Day and its Fraits.
Saturday last, 16th inst., was retui'n
Dav. Its fruits ?.re about Nine Hundred
Writs. The suing has been wholesale
and pell-miell. People have been exhort
ed to "wait," to "held en," to "forbear"
-and all tha t sort of thing'g but it. is
very clear that they will do nothing of
the kind. Pity our Legislature had not
done as other Legislatures have 7 A very
large number of these Writs are Summary
Processes, and a very large number are
its by administrators, &c. The State
ot a fairs in this respec tis rather gloomy.
The guestion waieb has so vexed the
publi< mind for two years past remains
still unanswered. What's to be done ?
That's the question ; Why we will go
under, or op, that is all. Next week we
will be-able to tell the fruits here, and
judgin' romn the unusual aeti-.ity round
law tange, the immense number of blanks
called for-Sum Pro's, Copy Writs and
$ei Fa's, the slaughter will be immiense,
terrible. In many cases the pound of
41... ; A~T~nned nd nles soe larn
THE IIoIE JorNAL.-o-Since the decease
of Mr. Willis, from whose marked indivi
duality the Home Journal took such a
brilliant coloring, arrangements have
been made for the continued efliciency
of its editorial staff by the addition of
several gentlemen- who- have for some
time had a large share in its interests.
The Home Journal will hereafter be
owned and edited by George Perry,
J. H. Elliot and Morris Phillips, under
the firm of Morris Phillips & Co. Mr.
Perry has been a frequent and valuable
contributor in the department ofliterature
and art, whose essays, sketches and
poems have been favorably received by
the public. Mr. Elliot was a special
favorite of the late editor, for his poetical
writings and other productions of his pen,
and Mr. Phillips has been chiefly de
voted to the business ccnce.:is of the
paper. The recent numbers of the Home
Journal have contained many interesting
personal reminiscences of Mr. Willi ,
which, it is understood, will he con
tinued in future articles.-New York
Tribune, Feb uary 11.
For the Newberry Herald.
MESSRS EDrroRs :-On January .th,
with wife, four children, one servant,
nine trunks. two baskets, ene bundle,
one box, one fly-brush (not the one I left
in your town in the care of somebody,
who let the rats eat it,) and two valises,
on Rail I passed Newberry en route, via
Columbia, to Marionu. I had many
thoughts some rhat tinged with sadness
on leaving many friends, some endeared
ones. Enquired after some, but the train
whirled all behind but love and hope of
Already surcharged with emigrant
freedmen, we whistled by several expect
ant but disappointed crowds, arriving in
Columbia about on t:me. Here we were
met with ten thousand or less of refu
.gees from Babel, every one of whom or
somewhat nearly so, aslked every body
on the train, or somewhat so, and me be
sides and in particular, tan thousand
times or less, and n,early till at once, and
repeated the questions cor requests before
they had finished the first, and did the
same thing a third time before half
throughiwith the secondl, to agree in
part and be forced in part to do some
thing about hotels, houses, omnibuses,
carriages, checks, baggage andl pieces of
several other things, and to do it in a
rr,or the devil would get us, or they
themselves would grab us, without in.
forming us which would treat us the
better. Net hearing or seeing them at
al1, we were in due time around the fire
side of the worthy widowv and family o'
my particalar friend and brother, the
ate Rev. Samuel Townsetel.
Next day, 2 p. m.2, resumned journey
on S. C. R. R., as far as Kingsville, hay
ogan intermittent jolting somewhat
recom'-nendable to a d'Ypeptic, or service
able in.setling a hastily eaten dollar-din
ner at the "National Hote!." But we
hd a gentleman for a conductor, was
glad we missed the conductor-ship of
omebody I saw a few weeks before on
his road. Being busy enting pindiers, I
lidn't considler I had time to learn the
ame of his swollen and swelling mighti
ess. If there is any thing in a man of
be porcupine, or the snapping turtle
inture or some other lordly excellence,
hat unfortur.ately, had unfaivorab}e sur
oundings .in raising, being a conductor
n a Rail Road will manifest and mature
t most admirably.
The only dis-connection for weeks and
even months on the well managed and
egular running W. & Mf. R. R., occa
ioned our detention at Kin'gsville from
. P. M., to 2 A. M., telegraphed that
ur arrival in Marion would be governed
ecordineiy. Appending some - very
ood coffee to our lunch, in company
ith Rev. J. S. and famiy, we spent the
old hours pleasantly in a fine coach of
W. & M. R. R1oad. This ro:ad has an ac
omodating agent at Kingsville,. also one
f like temnire and temper at Marion, with
atelegraph operator for a neighbor, who,
a gentleman himself, knows how to give
ciil answers to strangers either on or
Retaining quarters we were off in due
time (2 a. mn.,) under the conduction of
an old friend, Capt. Hlaynio, who never
fails to give you a pleasant ride, making
the 85 miles by a fe w minutes a fter 6 a. m
Cold, freezmng, and yet (lark as was the
morning, our friend Major S. E. McMil
lan, Editor of "the Crescent," with car
riage, was ready and waiting to hurry
us to a warm fire and breakfast at the
parsonage, presided over by his amiable
wife and sister. After warming we were
led in thiankseriving and prayer by brother
McMillan. Yielding to my urgent re
quest, these worthy representatives of
my charge broke bread and sipped some
ecellent coffee with us. Then next
week here comes the "Crescent" with
compliments. So you see there is .an
other clever Editor, besides those of the
Newberry Herald. Don't you think a
man ought to be pleased with such a re
ception and consequients, according?
We are at home and well.
Yours as before,
S. H. B,
WAsmINGTON, Feb. 24.-Cooper's mii
nority South Carolina murder report
says It is true that Generals Thomas,
Sickles, Wood, and- Iaird in their testi
mnyn state that the courts do noj ad.
minister full and impartial justice where
Union men, soldiers, and freedmen are
the litigants; but then in answer to a
direct question, furnish but one case in
Tennessee, one in Mississippi at Grenada,
one in- Louisiana, and none in Virginia
(eap h asncs, ri ot
(ecp Caolneo Floridn Geore,) or Aiaborth
CArlinaoir exlicitl thrat nor fAl,abme
foun ttepiil thano ofath reanec
tieS-e,o h ig fiil,o h
foude oft the Supreenors or iherespe
gent, Staell-iored hihoicils, Gerah
judges of the Supreme courts, or intelli
- 2-on.inrarmed citizens. General
MEssRS. EDITons-I see that some per
sons have called for a public meeting of the
citizens of this district, to consider what
can be done to save the little property left
to our people, by the results of the war,
and the drought of last year. It is proper
that the people should consult as to any
measures which can, under the circumstan
ces, ameliorate their embarrassed condition.
The courts have annulled all the Acts of the
Legislature, which had for their object the
relief of the. debtor class; and the Legisla
ture at last., as if thoroughly disgusted, or
forgetful of the hight ti ust reposed in them,
failed to enact or re-enact any law for re
lief at all. Tbc Constitution has been con
sidered the palladium of our safety, but our
strict adherence to its !etter for the last five
years, wbile our enemies entirely disregard
cd-i:s-obligations, has been our ruin, and
since the war, the great love that ou- Judges
have evincel for th -t negblcted and defunct
instrument, will prove to be the consumma
tion of that ruin. The radical party has
just now declared by their Acts, that the
on.-titution of the United States is not
binding upon them, and that this State has
no constitution at all. Other States have
provieled for he relief of their people, and
their Judges have not interfered, and their
people have gone to work to pay their debts
without cost. Why are the peop'e of this
State deuied the same rights and privileges?
All power is said by the GQtastitution to be
derived fioni the people, and upon them
selves depend their own safety. As next
Saturday is return-day, and as the disposi
tion of our creditor class will be developed
before rext Monday, I hope the people will
all meet to con.ider what ought to be done
to protect themselves from the Shylocks of
the country. Let all the people come.
FOR THE HERALD.
Ma. EDITOR.-Both you and the read
ers of your paper who are interested in
the Bible wotk, in South Carolino, will, I
trust, he gratified to learn that applica
tions for donations of Bibles and Testa
ments, are coming in every day from va
rious portions of the State. During this
a m 'i.h :iplications for books from auxili
aries and others have been received
amounting in all to over two thousand,
(2000) copies. From July 1st, 1865, to
March 31st, 1866, the American Bible
Society sent into this State, donations of
books amounting to 18,578 volumes,
to auxiliaries and other Bible distribu
tors. Since 1865, and up to this time,
18G07, I have sent every month to the
American Bible Society for large, s.up
plies of books. This Society cheerfully
fils all of my orders. It is the earnest
desire of this Society that every destitute
reader in South Carolina, should possess
a copy cf the Holy Scriptures. What a
wonderful Society. It looks to me like
a fabric of Providence. May God bless
this time honored and Catholic Institu
ofwthe to the impoverished condition
oftecountry, I find it dirncult to make
collections. As Ilam supplying all aux
iiaries and others in this State with do
nations of -Bibles and Testaments, for
gratuitoas distribution among the poor
and destitute in the Districts of this
State, and to do this work with system,
I am obliged to travel over the different
Rail Roads, and as freight is paid upon
the boxes of books by the parties rece.iv
ing them, I think it very hard that 1
should be made to pay my passage to
and fro over the Rail Roads, when I am
laboring for the public good, and when
so many men representing causes not
religious, and of much less interest for
the public welfare, are favored with com
pimentary tickets. I say it to the honor
of the patriotic presidents of the Char
lotte & South Carolina, Kings Mountain,
North-Eastern and Darlington Rail Roads,
that they have expressed themselves as
considering my work of paramount im
portance, and hence pass me free over
their roads. As I am the only Bible
Agent in South Carolina, why cannot all
of our Railroads pass me free on my holy
mission. Do they ignore the Bible ? I
hope not. I write now so that all of our
Bib!e friends and Rail Road Managers in
South Carolina may have the opportunity
of hearing from me.
With esteem and regard,
Most truly yours,
E. A. BOLLES, Agent.
American Bible Society for South Caro
lina. Columbia, S. C., Feb. 23d, 1867.
To THE BIBLE SocrETIlES AND OTHIFER DISTRIB
eToRIS OF THlE BiBLE IN SOUTH1 CARo
DExA BRETIrREN .--As I am aboout pre
paring my annual report as Bible Agent
for South Carolina, you will please re
port to me briefly and immediately the
result of Bible distribution in your re
spective fields. Those who have liindly
sent me interesting and encouraging re
ports. will please accept of my thanks.
May God bless you for your labor of love.
It beiner the earnest desire of the
American Bible Society, that every des
titute reader in South Carolina, should
possess a copy of the Holy Scriptures,
let me urge you to keep me advised as
to destitutions in your fields, so that all
destitute persons may be supplied as
soon as possible with the word of God.
Donations of Bibles and Testaments, for
g-ratuitous distributions will be procured
for you, from the A. B. S., if ycu will
write to me at Columbia, S. C., and say
how many books you want, with the
name of your. Consignee in Charleston,
S. C., or.any. other convenient port-you
pay freight. Let it not he said that we
have a dearth of God's word in any por
tion of South Carolina, when the Ameri
TUE CAR of Mr. Teague, Daguerrean
Artist still occupies its forner position
in front of the Court House, and judging
from the number daily seated in it he is
doing a fair business, an evidence of his
ability to give satisfaction in bis pictures.
ARRESTED.-Sheriff Paysinger arrested a
man Monday last, who gave several aliases,
among others that of Burkead, and Brown,
and assumed that of Captain C. V. Hamil
ton, of Edgefield. We learn that he threat
ed several citizens of our district recently,
and shot at others. He is under the custody
of the sheriff.
Some of our exchanges tell us of the ads
vances made in their respective localities.
Orangebusg is to have a cotton factory:
the town fathers- of Sumter, have ordered
the publication of the-proceedingsof council,
monthly. in the districrpapcrs; while a half
dozen other State exchanges inform us that
fire companies are organizing, got gas, etc.
OUn ITOTEL.-The local having latterly
been under a clond has not been able to
see other than through a glass darkly
some of the changes and improvements
going on in town, the most particular of
which is the pleasing change in our
Hotel, under its present efficient manage
ment. We hope that the dark cloud
having in part been dispelled, this will
be a sudicient apology. Sin :e falling
into its present. worthy proprietorship
many of the old, ugly features which
characterized it of yore have been put
through the PooL of cleansing, and under
its new dispensation is ihost acceptable
and comfortable to the travelling public.
And there is no danger of relapse into
its former old fogyism, for its gentle
manly manager is a host who is able and
determined to CH.AsE away everything
in the least objectionable. If comforta
ble quarters, good cheer, and agreeable
appointments will make it a success,
Messrs. Pool and Chase will certaiily
accomplish that end.
Regenerated, rejuvenated, cleansed,
purified, refurnished, and with a well ar
ranged and systematic ordering in all its
departments, the NEW-berry hotel now
ranks in the category A No. 1.
JEsS iIOLMEs.-TrO~ relieve the great
public anxiety and in answer to several
deeply interested individs, we state that
Jess will be here on sale-day next, wind
and weather permit ting, and as his stay
will be limited, havmng two other urgent
appointments, one a t Frog Level, and
the other at. Clinton, appliciitions for
srvic must be made in advance, accom
panied by the usual fee of dollars and a
ball; in Greenback ; no State'money will
be received. Hie urges this not as a
doubt of its solvency but because of the
time wh ich might be:consumed in making
discounts. -His familiar friend -will no
doubt easily,recognize him, but as there
are others who perhaps may not, we
state that he is remarkable for ~unusuiu1
size, broad shouldered, and sinster cast
of features,'the niist notable of w:hich
are a hooked turnip nose, carroty h-ir
and redish eyes, and-a slight limp which
he acquired duringfthe war of the Con
federate conscript 6fficers. Being large
of build, unprepossessing in appearance
and altogether ignoring the fashions, he
has o morbid aversion to small big men,
particularly of the big head order, and it
will be as well for that class, if there be
any, to keep their h6les.
PcNe'reAU.-Be . punctual ; in all
things up to time. It is a cardinal vir
tue, and without it, success is uncertain.
The punctual man is an honest man, he
values his word and his time, and regards
that of others. His promises are kept to
the letter, he can be relied on. Some
may blunder on, in a sort of hap hazard
way and strike a successful vein, but
in the main a lack of punctuality will
never bring a man through at the right
end of the horn. True as gospel. Show
us one of this character, and he is always
behind time, in a drag, ever in a hurry,
has several irons in the fire at once may
be, but strikes them all at the wrong time.
There is no system in his strikes, and ne
ver made a 'ten strike' in his life, except
by accident. The great secret is he is
not punctual, a half hour later makes but
little difference, it can be made up, as
there are so mauny hours in the day ; to
morrow will do as well as to day, next
week as this. its all one, come day, go
day, no matter, where's the use of troub
ling one's self, fifty years hence it will be
all the same. To be sure young man,
that looks like the easiest way to shuffle
through life, biut it is the hardest in the
end, and its disLonest. Think of the trou
ble and annoyance to others, in not kieep
ing your promise as to time, that busi
ness appointment, to pay a debt, or some
thing else, in which you either failed en
tirely, or were too late in. Ah, there it
is, too late ; if the habit is followed
faithfully you'll be -late to bed, late to
rise, late to business-which gets into a
snarl,-late to meals,-and wife grows
sour-late for thatjourney, late to church,
and ten chances to one too late for Hea
ven ! Poor, late fellows, how much to be
pitied. The early bird catches the worm,
the late get no tit bits, no worms. Were
it possible to make a trip to the moon,
in an air ship, and only one, to settle the
question whether it be made of green
cheese, and if so if volcanic, and notice
given through the Herald, (by the way
one of the best advertising mediums in
the country,) that this ship would start
on its terial voyage to the distant beyond
of doubt, at half-past ten of a specified
morning, and that each passenger must
have his boots polished or be excluded,
the late man would put off the necessary,
the all-important polishing till the last
whistle of warning blew, and hurry off
just in time to see sIhip and passengers
Index to New Advertisements.
The following Advertisements appear to-day
for the first time. Those to be continued, will
>e found under their respective heads in our
CARRIAGE AND BUGGY HARDWARE,
BOES, &c-Carwile & McCanghrin.
Estray Mules-Reward offered-See notice
Proclamation by the Governor.
Notice-R. C. Wright.
S. C. Bureau of Immigration-John A.
SIGNET CHAPTER, No. 18, R.-. A.-, M.-.
meets on the 11th proximo. Important bus
iness will be brought before the Chapter. A
Dunctual attendance is requested.
G. M. GIRARDEAU-Offers his entire
stock of Fancy Groceries at cost, in order to
anable him to change his business.
GIRARDEAU & KIrTLEBAND.-See
Notice dissolution of co,partnership.
SELLING OFF A P COST-Dr. Pope,
Agent, offers his extensive and fresh stock
of Drugs, Medicines. Chemicals, etc., etc.,
tt cost for cash. A favorable opportunity is
here presented to lay in a supp!y of good
edicineq. for a little money.
REMOVAL.-Pratt, James & Co., have
renoved their splendid stock of Medicines,
Chemicals, Perfumery, etc., to Dr. Pratt's
TRUSSES-At Pratt's Drug Store.
FISH HOOKS AND LINES-At Pratt's
CH1ARLES H. MOISE, No. 9 Hayne-st.,
Charleston. S. C.-Gunpowder.-We invite
sprecial attentior to 3Ir. Moise's card. It
ill be seen that lie can supply the trade
with superior Gunpowder, at very reasona
Also, Groceries at wholesale and retail.
ARMISTRONG, CATOR and Co., Nos.237
and 239 B titimore-st. Baltimore, Md .-At
tention is invited to the card of this reliable
Baltimore Ribbon and MillineryStraw Goods
House, Messrs. Armstrong, Cator and Co.,
import very heavily,and their stock embra
ces every variety of goods in their line. The
house does a very large. business, and gives
CIRCULAR-From th. Merchants of
Charleston.-In another column will be
found a comprehensive card from the Mer
chants of -Charleston, all of whom are pre
pared in their various lines, to offer induce
ments to the dealers of the up-country, in
the spring trade. The facilities enjoyed by
the Charleston merchants, the constant ac
cession of fast sailing packets and steamers
to the various foreign and domestic lines,
and the growing opulence of trade with
many communities of the South, enables
them to rival the trade of other commercial
centres. Char'eston, geographically, is eli
gi-le as an entre-pot, for vast commercial
relations, and she is destined to become a
great and flourishing emporium. By deal
ing there, our metropolis is built up, the
State prospers in direct ratio, and a large
economy of time and means is the result.
Mr. Henry Blackwell thinks that to give
the right of voting to the gentler sex will de
cidedly fix things right side up.
On Thursday evening, 21st Feb , by the
Rev. J. P. Smelizer, Mr. EzEKIEL P.
MATHEWS of Edgefield, and Miss EDITH
LANGFORD of Newberry.
Signet Chapter, No. 18,
*R.-. A.-. M.
The Regular Monthly Con
vocation of this Chapter will be held at the
Chapter Room, Masonic Hall,Monday night,
the 11th proximo, at 7 o'clock. Members.
and particularly the oilcers, are requested
to be punctual in attendance, as very ims
portant business will be transacted.
Members of the order are fraternally invi
ted to attend.
The Royal Arch Degree will be conferred.
By ordor of the M.-. E.-. H.-.P.-.
Feb 27 R. H. GRENEKER, Sec'y.
Know Thy Destiny.
MADAME. E F. THOaNTON, Tile groat.
English Astroloeist, Clairvdyant and Psy',
aomerician, who has astonished the scien.
tif classes of the Old World, has now locas
ted herself at Hudson. N. Y..- Madame
Thornton possesses such wonderful powers
>f second sight, as to enable her to impart
knowledge of the greatest importance to the
single or married of either sex. While in a
tate of trance, shesdelineates the very fea.'
ures of the person you are to marry, and by
he aid of an instrument of intense power.
known as the Psychomotrope, guarantees to
produce a life-like pictm e of the future has
band or wife of the applicant, together with
late of marriage, position in life, leading
traitr of character, &c. This is.no humbug,
s thousands of testimonials can assert. She
rill send when desired a certified certificate,
>r written guarantee, that the picture is what
it purports to be. By enclosing a small lock
>f Ihair, and stating place, of birth ag e, dis
position and complexion, and enclosing fifty
ents and stamped envelope addressed to
rurself, you will receive the picture and de
sired in formation by return mail All com
unications sacredly confidential. Address
in confidence, MADAME E. F. TuossroH,
P, 0. Box 223, Hudson, N. Y.
Feb. 27, 1867. .17.
Wonderful but True.
MADA.ME REMINGTGN, the world-re
sowned Astrologist Somnambulistic Ch ir
royant, while in a clairvoyant state, deline
ites the very features of the person vou are
to marry and by the aid of an instrument of
intense ~power.~known as- the Psyehomotrope,
garantees to produce a perfect and life-like
picture of the future husband or wife of' the
applicant, with date of marriage, occupation,
leading traits of character, &c. This is no
imposition, as testimonials withont number
can assert. By stating place of birth, age,
disposition, color of eyes and hair, and en
losing fifty cents, and stamped envelope ad
dirssed to yourself, you will receive the pic
'ure by return mail, together with desired in
Address in confidence, Madame Gertrude
Remington, P. 0. Box 297, Wecst Troy, N. Y.
Feb. 27th, 1867. ly.
[GP A YouxG LADY returning to her
country home, after a sojourn of a few
months in the City, was hardly reeognised
by her friends. In place of a coarse, rustic,
flushed face, she had a soft ruby complexion
of almost marble smoothness, and instead of
twntythiree she really appeared but eighteen.
Upon inquiry as to the cause of so great a
change, she plainly told them that she used
the CIRCASSIAN BALM, and cons;idered it
an invaluable acquisition to any Ledy's toi
let. By its use any lady or gentleman can
Improve their personal appearance an bun
dred fold. It is simple in its combination, as
Nature herself is simple, yet unsurpassed in
its efficacy in drawing impurities from, also
healing, cleansing and beautifying the skin
and complexion. By its direct action on the
cuticle it draws from it all its impurities,
kindly healing the same,and leaving the sur
face as Nature intended it should be, clear,
soft, smooth and beautiful. Price $1, sent by
Mail or Express, on receipt of an order by
W. L. CLARK & C9., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette St., Syracuse, N. Y.
The only American Agents for tho sale of
Feb. 27th, 1867. 17
A PUBLIC MEETING of the citizens of
Newberry District is called on Sale Day in
March, for the pur-pose of taking into con
sideration, the subject of what is best to be
done to save what littlroperty is left to
the people, from Exec on and sale, Reso,
luions, wIll be introduced, and speeches
made on the occasion.
Feb. 137 tf. MANY CITIZENS.
Rims, Hubs, Spokes,
Buggy and Carriage Bolts,
Shoe Lasts, Eyelets and Punches,
Received and for sale by -
CARWILE & McCAUGHRIN,
Feb. 27-9-2t. Agents.
Brades' Crown Hoes.
'00 Doz. Brades' Crown Hoes,
Sweede Iron from 3 to 9 inches,
and Plow Moulds,
Received and for sale by
CARWILE & McCAUGHRINi,
Feb. 27-9-2t. Agents.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
NcwBERaY, February 19th. 1867.
The firm heretofor", existing under the name
and style of GIRARDEAU and KITTLIBAND is
this day dissolved by mutual consent, G. M.
Girardeau is alone authorized to close the ac
counts of the firm. The books are in his pos
session for settlement.
Feb 27 9 3 S. D. KITTLEBAND.
I Will Sell My Entire
For the purpose of making a change in
This stock has been lately received, and
consists in part of the following
TEA, of different qualities.
G. 11. GIRA RDEAUJ.
Pratt, James & Co., have removed their
Drug s'tore to Dr. Pratt's new building,
where they have a complete assortment of
goods in their line which t.hey warrant fresh
and genuine, and to which they invite the
atteni on of purchaser..
Feb. 27 9 3t.
Single and double of ordinary and ine
quality. For sale- eh'-1p a t
PRATT'S Drug Store.
Feb. 27 9 3t.
FISH HOOKS AN LINES.
For sale cheap, at
Feb. 27 9 30. PRA TT'S Drog Store.
Delivered at all the Railroad Depots,
Steamboats, Wharqes, &c.,
Without Charge for .Delivery.
Quality WARRANT ED equal to any
made in this country, PRICES LOWERl
than any Powder of equal standing : for
sale by CH AS. H. M OISE,
Sole Agent in this State for the cele
brated ORANGE POWDER, and Whole
sale Dealer in Groceries and Liquors,
No. 9 Hayne street,
Charleston, So. Ca.
By His Excellency JA MES L. OR]R
Governor of South Carolina.
Whereas information has
been communicated to this iepartmnent that
a series of outrages have been perpetrated
on sundry persons, white and colored, ir
the Districts of Laurens, Greenville, Ander
son and Abbeville, by three desperate out
laws, to wit :-Brown, known as Texas
Brown, by - Sullivan, of Laurens, and by
Burkett, alias Burkhead, alias Wallace,
wherein the lives of many persons have
been threatened and the property of others
illaged ; ar,d whereas it has been represen.
ted that Elias Browr, a freedman, has been
murdered by the two former ; and whereas
the said Brown com.mitted an assault and
battery on the person of Lewis Clark, a
freedman, with intent to kill, at Cokesbury,
S. C.; and whereas the said Brown, Sullivanr
and Burkett, alias Wallace, perpetrated a
daring robbery upon Jessie French, a citi
zen'6f Greenuille, S. C.; and whereas the
ad Brown and Burkett assaulted, with in
tnt to kill, sundry citizens of Anderson
District ; and whereas these desperate out
laws have committed other acts of rapine,
plunder and outrage, and have thus far elu
ded and avoided arrest by the civil authori
ties for their mamifold crimes:
Now know ye, that 1, JAMES L. ORR.
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the State aforesaid, do hereby offer
reward of NINE HUNDRED BoLLARE
for the arrest and safe deiivery of the saie
Brown, Sullivan and Burkett in any jail ir
this state, or THREE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for either of them.
All Sheriffs, Constables, Magistrates and
all other officers of the State, civil and mil
itary, are hereby commanded and requirec
to use every exertion to secure the arrest
of the partIes aforesaid, to the end that
the laws of this State may be mnamtcaied
and these outlaws brought to condign pun
The attention of Physician6,
Planters, and the People gdfa
erally, is called to our
WELL SEL CT ,' 4
which we are now
AT COST FOlt CAB~
All will lind -it'to theriir'
terest toive usa call..X3Es
door to M. Barre & Beni.
S. POPE, M D.
Feb27 9 .t ,
And Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATIB 6$s,
Importers and Jobbers cE
Ribbons, Bonnet Silks and SaM
Blond, Netts, Crapes, ere
-Ruches, Flowcers, FeatheNt
STRAl 80NEhS Afl LAND' I&
Trimmaed ad -UntenImid
Shaker Hoods, Me
237 and 239 IRatiupreSt
Orders soicit4nd. )O~M~S
IN reply to a Notice publistiad in last
week's paper, by J. Y Harris farIia
persons not to settle with K C. h , i
notesi and accotrmts.of the firni-of- Hrrit&
Wright, as heis notthe proper one, I .sy
it was very unjust in him in sodogas
furnisbed all the funds tietM4tadher Brm,
with the assistance'of CofyweSNCXhahnrs
as Lsy surety. Theconditions of the kra
were, I purchased a stock of goods fri.
Henry Halfacre, to the amountof57 amt
some cents, and J1. Y. Rarris~ mtopge
in the same amount in money, whieb he-did
not do, and never did -put lao cm .4g
Now who ha the rnght to settle the -4in ?..
The debt still bangs over me and my sewse
to be paid. J. Y. Harris has receivedl a
much or more of the assets of the firm tha
I have. I have employed a lawyer anA
stated the facts to him, in every parti l*wr
and the law shall settle the whole matter.
Fe b. 27-9-3t. R. C. WRIGHT
From Richardsonville, Edgeleld DkUstr,
S. C., about the 20thof AprWIast a
Dark Colored Mare [uIe,
with one ear badly- skinied, Me., aou
the 1st of November, two other Mo.1e
a MARE MULE, twelve years l,
Colored, with a large space on
her rump with hair. And a SMALL
HORSE MULE, about eight years eM. #s
the recovery of the said Males, a issal ?5
ward will be paid, an no qss~I
by applying to Chas. Monagega
sonville, or to C. J. Bollin, Ca1i, C.
So. Csa Enresa of IinnigraUi
CHnL.sroN, 21st Febur. -
The undersigned, huiving
been appointed Commissioner, has been
instructed by. his Excellency, Goern.r otr,,
to organize the Bmur& the -ealis pai
sible moment. In a few assAet
he appointed.by the Goverpor
Europe, whose. duty - ik lul
immigration to our state, to. dinn
such information as may be -lie ishedthv
of lands for sale or lease, and to engage
such laborers, meianies, strniats ad
other help, as may ihe desire.4b he W
habitanfa of the state. An Aget fr dhe
same object will .perh.a berset to ss
York. - J would be desirable tha wa gas
pie furnish this Boreawisheet adelay I
information bow they desre to be 9SS
indicating the kind of help they regehe, -
and the. wages which they are silisg t.
pay; or a description of..the Idad they
have for sale or lease, and their tetsad
conditionis. If combinations oakihe
in the sceveral Districts of the State hr
joint action, it would perhaps facDite m -
cual operations ; and where arsgum
can be made to advace'N4f
sage money of'thie laboring :
accepted orders to tha.t efectIs ~ ih~
factors or merchants of CharIetends wong
no doubt greatly advanee the ii melt. If'tb.
the people that favor this ass.asi
meet at their respective C.ogt 'eesise
consult and indicate their wants Aii- Be
rea would take greap *m
their interest to ti beat 1tt
pamphlet will be printed in seereM. --
pean languages fdr distributen su*b
te c apacties aidA advanhk./. oa raned