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sarsoror, March 23.-In the House,
the supplemental bill passe.l -the veto
Dotwithstanding-114 io 25. The House
failed to fix a day of adjournment.
-I the Senate the supplemental bill
passed-40 to 7. A concurrect resolu
-tion to adjourn on Tuesday to the first
Monday in Decetpber passed.
The President returned the supple
S mental bill, with his objections. The
bill provides for elections in ten States,
- for the purpose of making a constitution;
but bll elections, while the original bill
remains in.force, come within its restric-.
tions. Preliminary to election, comes
registration, and the unregistered cannot
vote; preliminary to registration, a vague
oath that the applicant is not .disfran
chired.by participation in the rebellion
it is i.uired that the applicant for reg
1sratio- must decide this for himself.
- ~Isis 4 (earfuI responsibility ;for though
"- - fe ldo't.assign perjury, nor fix the
genalty.for mistaken swearing, we must
W ffgE fhT martial Saw prevaKs, and
t .onc all are responsible to mili
a - *op 'ons, without previous re
,,,z erJinet'by grand juries. The' military
r determins,whatsan ofence
rid prescribea the punisknent. The
- - Teirt o sedtion provides tha.t the military
-' ebimander shall ippoint all necessary
bosrd$ of registration-each consisting
f three loyal persons-who may be mil
- i=y offi ers, citizens of a State, or
straAgers exercising important functions,
and vested with unlimited discretion.
They decide questions and make returns;
whatever errors or frauds they commit,
- . psa unquestioned. By such measures,
conventions of delegates are to be costi
Sttited. These delegates are to speak for
,he people. - Common justice requires
bat they- should have authority from
the preople. No cqnvention so consti
- tutied will, in any sese, represent the
wishes.of the people ; for under it all em
bracing the exceptions and uncertainty
::wicb the disfranchisement clause leaves
. es, tle-greatbody of the people may
-e ecluded from the polls; and he deems
- - irncessary to investigate further the
" - 4tals of. the bill. No consideration
4 - s"id-induce him to approve such an
"' 'i1c nIR for any purpose, especially
the purpore of forming a, constitution
- r ate.. The Prisident argues the
-qtiWn at some length, illustrating that
shforiaton.of repubicaf Governments,
-. aoei 'to Congregressional ideas, riay
- : a denee in Ohi-o or P sylva
- a tW 6Nrth.arolina, and concludes as
- I confidently believe Fthat the
wil come when these States will
Ainoccupy their true position in the
- inion.~ Then.barriers which now seem
Reinsiuiild to the force of en
.g- uilie opinion, soon
- a~ andn!tiutional and op
- iou pill e Mfaced from
~ t~egteWhen this shall have
~baa CoMiummaRted; I pray God that the
e orisof the past may be forgotten, and
- se-and proegerous people, and that at
~stafter the-bitter and eventful experi
'-e.C'tbrougha hich we 'tave passed, we
- aR-omo. to knoir out only safety is'
tjitlb,and in according tom every
&iincan citjizen and every State the
^ ghts which the Constitution secure's,
Ai.Lor MaZon-GENERAL DANIEL
* i!I~S,c~.Mjor-General Daniel E.
- * 3 ar Commander of the De
~. ~ ofNorth anid South Carolina.
- yesterday by the one o'clock
ofthe Northeastern Rail Road.
~ .~j rival as annoned by a salute
- i.~~&Sresof the -military at the
~Wean~ tit General Sickles will is
e bIorder t4 day, assuming command
S- .-*stI over which he has
etS ' ated. We feel assured that
a w1yield i prompt and
- - sek to .all tife require
* ma t e law, and freep the manner
iwfik-ri a cbfniistration has hereto
e rnetzd we are confiden.t
.General will give
ys&favorable eensideration to- any
~~~ii~from our citizens for the pro
~on fthe publie weal
~Io ebange will eitmade at the present
tinei the adinistration of civil affairs.
iWeOener'aFkilf no doubt await the
snofIh( ial copy of the Supple
11 pasaed by Contgress before
t r action-Courier 21.
saeo,March 20.-The follow
ai~qets n the Souther'n States have
b~eented to publish the laws and
tretieso tmeVUnited .States: The New
imScmn, Hunnicut editor ;
I'e.Lleigh Standard arnd Hendersonville
Pioneer in North Qarolina, the Savannah
:blie4n and Augusta Loyal Standard
in Qeorgia, the Mobile Nationalist and
ifOdd11& Advertiser in Alabama, the
Forp4Sinith New Era in Arka~nsas, the
Auostin Intelligeecer~ in Texas.. It is
asni-nfillN' announced that the re
~inhg?silections will be froni th2 same
-class of journais.
dtrtass tNBoREs.-There are Chi
ee Jaborers now on a Louisiana planta
- Mdb;. iThe Nachitoches Times of the 6th
mpg: "The coolies are good laborers
anisober men. They are industrious
- an4perfctfysatifielwith their ne y
cojmnitry, and any amount of .labor will
- -be pefgpe by them provided the con
tra#phse.d are carried out to the letter,
and particularly that about the pay meni
aYwges and rations."
Xi4Qpreacher was holding forth te
- ca#gation upon the subject. ol
yig.he commands of God. Says he~
'eg1es, whateber God tells me to dc
in dis book, (holding up the Bible) thai
T'm.gwing-to do. If I :see in dat I must
jump ttoo.astone wall, I'm gwine to jump~
at it. Groin -trco it 'longs to God
jua in' at it 'longs to~ dis nigga."
ifksasi Coiu's.--Godfrey Wallace,
freedmn, who is charged with stealing
cotten from Wiljgam Summer, Esq., o!
Ne ~' somie time since, was brought
bef This 1tonoilJudge Green, yesterday
S ., n a writ of; habeas corpus ; anc
aft - efeing of several affidavits, he
was admitted to bail, in the sum of $500
Mesrs:KBa man ,& Watres represented
*Tai BEiNRUPT LAW.-Chief Justic<
Oh&kwju1 prdhaby;appoint two -regis
tersnderthe- hatkrupt l.w, in ea.c
Congressional District, though one onl3
will be appointed in a district when rc
quested by. the 'people thereof. No per
sons;'%wever, will be designated fo'
such:offices until.May next. .
PAIms, March ~22.-It is announce<
Tat te Enieor favors a confederatior
. NEWBERRY, S. C.
Weduadep Morning, Narch 27,1867.
A Rare Chance to Invest.
The Proprietor of the Daily South Caro
linian, at Columbia S. C., announces that,
desiring to be, in part, relieved from the
severe labors of the profession, he wishes
a thoroughly practical Editorial co-part
ner, who will assume entire control of
the large business interest of the paper,
or the paper will be leased entire.
We are pleased a notice among our visi
tors of last week, the agreeable face of our
old friend and former citizen, Capt. Davis,
now of Georgetown, and commander of the
Mr. Browne, of the well known firm of
Brown & Schirmer of Columb'ia, also
dropped in upon us, giving us the evidence
that he remembers old friendship.
Mr. Pascal Southern we were pleased also
to see in our sanctum. looking as of old in
a most blooming condition.
Provisions are scarce in the South. In very
many places want is felt-actual want-with
prospectively a famine, so much so, that the
citizens North are -obliged to come to our re
lief in order to prevent starvation. Is is right
then to raise cotton to the exclusion of corn,
especially when the proceeds of that cotton
follows the staple immediately for food.
There is much genuine sympathy at the
North, and many are nobly. aiding our suff,
fering people;. yet there are those who taunt
us for our very helplessness; casting con
tdmely and reproach upon us as a people.
What a bu:ning shame this is to us. Where
is that self respect and manhood which
would not strive to raise an ear of corn on
every inch of soil rather than allow those to
feed us who taunt us while they do it?
The Spring Term of the Court of C. P. &
G. S., for Newberry, closed Saturday last.
An unusual amount of business was trans
acted, yet much remains undone in the sum
pro docket; continued to next session. In
the case of I. Nance for the killing of Stokes,
the jury rendered a verdict of manslaughter;
the sentence of Court was twelve months
imprisonment and $200 fine. Judge Daw"
kins' address to the prisoner, before passing
sentence, was fall of good advice.
The Judge presided with great dignity,
wisdom aud courtesy, and with the Solicitor,
worked vigorously to clear the dockets.
The number of writs Issued for the late
Court,. was not larger than sometimes ap'.
peared before the war; about 600.
We cannot close this brief notice without
congratulating good Ed. Peterson on the
strength of his lungs, He cried with an
"enorminate" voice, from away down in the
caverns of the deep. They are stentorian,
and his annoneement that oyer and termi
ner for the spring of '6.7, had departed, re'.
The world moves, it is true, but: civiia
tion it would seem, goes backward. Pelion
is piling on Ossa. The agony of tribulation
grows apace, like ill weeds. Nations are
being driven of political storms, up-heaved
and tempest'tossed, as mnariners upon the
Are WE FO'T responsible for some of the
ills we suffer? Does It not appear, too, that
if the late legislature of South Carolina, had
sought to induce the self expatriation oftthe
citizens of the State-to cause them to lose
their identity as a people, and the State its
prestige, no better legislation could have
been enacted. For the poor, worn, suffer
ing people, are driven to the wall. Their
burdens are increased. Why, legislation.
should always be humane, and for the
good of the mainy, especially so at times like
the present, when the struggle for bread is
Speaking of fostering internal improve'.
ments, etc,, we are reminded 2f the great
benefits that would now accrue to the State
had the Blue Ridge Railroad been vigorously
pushed to completion.
The funds exhausted on the new Capitol
oughit to have been deferred for a decade or
two of years, and appropriated to improve'.
ments that would have enriched tho Ztate.
We hope the day is not distant when
the fertile valleys and rich granaries of the
west will pour their treasures at our feet.
Then shiall the State prosper, for in direct
ratio to the cheapness of food supplies is the
success and prosperity of any people.
Were breadstaffs easily accessible, at cheap
rates, from grain producing regions, then it
would be wise to grow largely of our staple
products for interchange, that commercial
amity, friendly relations between commu
nities, the benefit of trade and the good of
the world generally might result. But "eri
cmst'.nces alter cases," hence we should
provide for contingencies. A-nd apart from
this no people have flourished in every sense
of the word, who did not foster_ the arts and
sciences, commerce and manufacture as well
as agriculture, so as to be self'.snstaining.
What a melancholy faect that the South,an
agricultural community from the Potomac to
the Ric Grande, does not supply food for a
small population of about 12,000,000, when
France, and England, incomparable in size,
yet large manufacturing powers, can almost
wholly provide for more than double that
umber. It is a lamentable proof that our
system of tillage is defective.
We are gratified to see the disposition to
ignore, in great degree, that ignis fatnus
it will be productive of great and growing
iFor the Herald.
Aveleigh Presbyterian Church..
During this week, and probably longer,
(Providence permitting,) there will be a daily
prayer-meeting at 4 o'clock,?F. 3!. All1 are
invited to attend,
Preaching may be e'xpected every Dight
at '9 o'cloct. Seats free now and at all
The Rev. Messrs. Girardeau of Charleston,
and Boggs, of Columbia, have been request
ed to assist i' this series of services.
Unusual seriousness pervades the large
congfegationls now attending, .and several
persons have alrgady united themselves
with the church. V On last Saturday and
Sabbath, the Rev. Dr. Plumer, ."the old man
I .119~r.T1~flt7t (1d~l1VA?ed here to eager liRtem~rq~
The Great Gain of the New Law.
The Columbia Phonix says, sorrow
fully as the Southern people may regard
the harsh provisions of the late law, yet
their has been one thing gained-the
security of property.
Of course, there is loomiug up befo'e
us the dark spectre of Thad. Stevens'
confiscation bill; but every indication
the postponement of the subject until
next December, and the opinions of the
ultra press freely expressed-relieves any
apprehension the timid may .enter
tain in relation to it. If the Southern
people act as they ought to act under the
peculiar circumstances in which they
are placed, that bill is conzignod to its
final resting place, and will scarcely be
The security of property is the main
spring of success in all enterprises, and
enables men to confide capital and effort
to the legitimate pursuits of that health
ful industry which contributes to the
prosperity of communities, States and
nations. Insecurity. in this respect,
begets timidity and apprehension, and
withdraws capital from its legitimate em
ployment, to be' buried in the shape of
gold coin and other valuables, or it is
driven to some other locality than its
natal field of operations. Our remarks
are induced by the follon ing extract from
that well-known politicar economist,
McCullocb, a writer now universally
acknowledged to be standard authority
on such subjects.. The extract is this:
"Security of property is the principal
element in every properly constructed
Government. When maintained invio
late, a country can support without
much difficulty a very .eavy load of
taxes ; but-where there is no security
where property is a prey to rapine and
spoliation, to the attacks of the needy,
the powerful or the profligate-the
smallest burdens arejustly regarded as op
pressive, and uniformly exceed the means
of the impove:ished and spiritless in
habitants. . Security is indispensably
necessary to the successful exerting of
the powers of industry. Where it is
wanting, it is idle to expect either riches,
prosperity or even prolonged civilization."
This being determined, there is no
longer any obstacle to the revival of
tradg-no longer any bughear of con
fiscation to ftighten capital from our
plantations and factories. The duty of
our people is, therefore, clear, and es
pecially the duty of land-owners and
real estate owners, and that is, to faith
fully aid in carrying out all the pro
visions of the new law. Stability and
confidence will be re-established ; pro
perty will appreciate to its full value;
the wheels of industry set vigorously in
motion, and the rights of property fully
secured. Where such stability and con
fidence does not exist, and the security
arising therefrom, as Mr. McCulloch says
in the foregoing extract, "it is idle to
expect e ither riches, prosperity, or even
Tns BANKRUrT BILL.-Tbe Bankrupt
Bill recently enacted, meets with general
approval from all sections of the country.
A large and useful class of citizens, re
lieved by the bill, will be enabled again
to commence business, and it is believed
that the advantages thus secured to the
public, will greatly overbalance individ
ual losses sustained by the -ador tion of
the measure. There is very general
complaint of the difficulty of fully under
standing all the details of the bHll, but
we have no doubt they are based on set
ted legal principles, and will be put into
practical shape as soon as it comes be
fore the courts. The country is indebt
ed to Mr. Jencks, of Rhode Island, for
the authorship of the bill, and for the
persevering effort which, in the face of
the strong adverse influence, secured its
CONTRACTs FOR CARRYING THlE MAIL
We learn from a Washington letter, that
all the contracts for carrying the mails
in the South will terminate on the 30th
of next June; the whole force of the con
tract bureau of the Post Office Depart
ment is engaged in preparing for the
next mail lettings. The competitionl for
this se-rvice is about as high as was ex
pected. The decisions will be announced
on the 28th instant. We hope that all
in this section of the country who ha-re
not already made their bids, ar,d feel
themselves interested, will do so immnedi
ately. Mails are much n2eded .by the
peo~ple of this section.-Spartan.
How rr Is DoNE-A moilern writer
says that all that ,n<cessary to spoil a
oung lady is to make her believe she is
handsome-let her read nothing but
novels-learn to love dres-learn "ac
complishments" so called, and carefully
eschew utilities-educate herself to be
lieve it is vulgar to laibo-, and never look
at those who do, or notice them in any
way under any conceivable circumstances.
We know many, male and female,
sho have been brought to grief by follow
ng these simple directions.
ONE of the Bishops of the M. E. Church
received, recently, a petition from a
curch, which tells its own story in few
words, as follows: ''Our pastor's term of
service will expire at the next session of
our conference. You will then mnake a'
new appointment. Plea-se send us a
pastor who uses tobacco in no form.
Our pastor and presiding elder have spit
us anid smoked us almost to death. We
cannot endure it any longer."
A country editor in Texas thus speaks
of his vexations: "Never have we been
so bothered as at present. WVe have lost
nearly our whole year's supply- of meat
-our eye-sight is affected-dunned
daily for small debts-nobody to go to
the mill for a bushel of meal-with a
thousand'other things to annoy us. We
are willing to sacrifice all this, and more,
to give ttie public a gpod paper, and hope
to meet with ajuil reward.'.
OuR RAIL Ro.-We are informed,
that the work on our Rail Road is steadi
ly progressing, and the cars will run 1
to Boykins, nine miles fromi Ganden on
Monday next. The whole of the Roaf
will be completed by the first of June,
and perhaps ten or fifteen days earlier.
CHARLEsTON, March 22.-A meeting of
500 fi-eedmen was held to-day, under the
auspices of the Union League. Speeches
were made, and resolutions of a radical
character passed. A few whites par
The Fenians have put the Green Islo in a
foment. From Cape Clear to the Giant's
Causeway and from Connemnara to the Hill
of Howth, the tocsin of war has sounded.
Trh.+ portin of Florida west of the Chatta
M. BARRE & Sos--It is gratifying to
see, have one of the best selected stocks
of goods in the dry goods line, purchas
ed for the spring trade, to be found any
where. The taste displayed in the selec
tion of these. goods, and the style in
at hich many of the marked features are
exhibited, makes this store a point of
attraction which it is impossible for the
ladies to resist, and their sales are in
keeping with their studied efforts to
please. Every novelty of the season, be
sides every indispensable necessity are to
be found there, and of such character
too as may be relied on. It is hardly ne
cessary to say-for most people are plea
surably aware of the fact-that Capt.
McFall, the hero of 'tented fields,' and
desperate charges, in the past, is the hero
here, and is now battling for the amelio
ration of -the condition of heaven's best
gift,to man, battling for the improvement
of the "form divine," at very moderate
charges; and the gratitude of mankind
must be showered upon hhn for his com
mendable efforts in the adornment of
wives, daughters and sweethearts. The
goods above alluded to were selected by
the Captain with AN eye to this great
need. If our word is not sufficient, we
beg for proof an examination by all in
We are pleased to know too that this
firm has fallen into ranks under the "no
memorandum system' for the future, and
that hereafter cash only will secure a
purchase. So goud a plan should be
Dn. T. Gomts-Our old and esteemed
friend is about to enlarge his sphere of use
fulness, by devoting a large portion of his
time, energy and talents, to the Drug busi
ess, (for which he is peculiarly fitted, by a
long practical experience,) having pur
chased the stock of Drugs, &c., formerly
kept by Dr. Pope, Agent. It is the Doc
tor's intention to import,direct from France,
the purest articles in this line that can be
obtained, and the many peculiar advanta
ges he has in doing so will render his store
particularly attractive. The French store,
which has now a deserved reputation, will
haveAn increased interest in this combina
ion, and in that other line which will be
presided over by Mr. "Jim my," the finest
French confections, &c., will constantly be
n band. We wish the Dr. abundant suc
ess in this new branch of business, as well
a the old, and that both may flourish to
his advantage and the public benefit.
PARDOoN, LASSEs.-We beg pardon la
dies for inserting the following, but an
ugly, old, curmudgeon of a bachelor says
if we do not give it a local place, where
it can be seen, he will discontinue taking
our paper. We cannot help it, indeed
we cannot, as much as we love you; there
are so many terrors in that little word
'discontinue' that t.he.old bach must be
gratified. The local has a superlative
admiration fur .the ladies, and a corres
pondingly low opinion-of bachelors, par
ticularly to. one who insists on the inser
'ion of thes'e new words to an old tune:
-If a laddie meets a lassie. walking in
the street; if the lassie wears a "tilter"
-shows an~ ankle neat ; if the wind, in
rudely blowring, lifts her skirts too high,
and the laddie sees that ankle, need a las
sie cry ?~ Every lassie wears a "tiTter"
and a "hinderpest," and a metal "palpi
tator" on her snowy breast.
TUE~WEATHE-Never failing in an
item, is now, a little while before going
to press, giving promise of a change, but
whether for better or worse it is not pos
sible to determine. The mildness of. the
atmosphere might perhaps indicate the
opening of spring, but for our late expe
rience. The excessive rains and contin
ued cold have ser;iously retarded farm
operations, and will throw corn planting
mostly into A pril--nearly one month
behind. The peach crop will still be
good if not further injured.
SaOOTNG.-A D unfortunate shooting hap
peed on Saturday nighit, from the effects
of bad whiskey. The actors (H. Nates and
Sul. Hubert,) in the unifortunate affair, have
been always cousidered blameless and inof
fensive in their walk, bus on this occasion
suffered themselves to . be overcome by
drink, and while deprived of their better
sense, shot at and wounded an old freed
man, named Pratt. We sincerely sympa
thize with all parties, and hope that -a warn
ing may be taken by all who indulge in the
practice of drinking.
NExT MONDAY, April 1st, Don Aria
de Spizziofossi will have the grand grati
fication of exhibiting to the citizens of
Newberry a magnificent show, which
he has exhibited to the crowned heads of
Europe, and-a majority of the uncrown
ed heads of America. This exhibition
must be seen to be understo&d, a des
cription is impossible. Music by the
band. Tickets 50 cents, to be had..at all
places. K.ront seats reserved for ladies,
and no programmes.
TEMPERANCE MEETiNG.-A meeting
will be held at Gen. H. H. Kinard's ollce
--the Grand Jury room-to-night,
(Wednesday,) for the purpose of or
ganizing a temperance society.-Al
well wishers of so meritorious a move
ment are earnestly and respectfully in
Ivitedto attend. -
The Winnsboro (S. C.) News says :
"We do not know what other communni
ties and sections may think of the situa
tion, but there are indicatious here that
the' people are ready for accepting that
situation as it exists, and making most
of the partial advantages which action'
SAN FRANCISCO, March 21.-200,O000
pounds of powder explorded in Hong
ong harbor, killing forty nersons. de.
Index to New Advertisements.
The following Advertisements appear to-day
for the first time. Those to be continued, will
be found under their respective heads in our
THE NEWBERRY FEMALE COLLEGE.-The
friends of the above Institution and the
public generally will learn with pleasure
that it will be opened on Monday the 1st
of April next, and the opportunity afford
ed for the entering of pupils. The loca
tion-selected by Mr. Zealy its principal
is a beautiful one; a better selection could
not hve been made either for comfort,
health or recreation. We understand
that a large number of young ladies ac
companied Mr. Zealy from his Monticello
Academy to continue and finish their
studies under his training, while many
others coming in will soon fill up the
several classes. For terms and further
particulars see advertisement.
J. R. READ & Co., 263 King Street,
Charleston, have since the fire which
destroyed their store and stock, entirely
recovered, and are now ofering one of
the largest and finest stocks of goods in
the market. consisting of every pattern
and design of elegant Spring goods,
muslins, laces, silks, cloaks, and dress
goods generally to which public attention
is directed. We take pleasure in recom
mending this house as one of the largest,
most influential and reliable in the city.
Parties visiting Charleston will find it to
their interest to examine their stock.
Orders sent by mail promptly attended
SEED CoRN.-A smaII snpply of the
Premium Pennsylvania Gourd Seed Corn
is for sale by Messrs. Mayes & Martin,
and is spoken of as an excellent variety.
A limiled supply only for sale.
DEMOREST'S IMONTBI.Y MAGAZINE
Should be onek,table of every lady. TI
is acknowledged as the model Parloi
Magazine of America. Subscribe for it,
only $3 per annum with a valuable pre
mium. Clubbed with the Herald to all
new subscribers, $3. See a' vertisenent.
MESSRS. WISKEMAN & WILBER-Art
moving in the right direction. Here
after their sales wilt be for cash ; order.
therefore must be acc6mpanied by the
"ready." See advertisement.
MANURE-Farmers will notice the cain
of Mr. Wmn. F. Nance, who can supplo
them with Rhodes' Super Phosphate o
Lime, a reliable and safe standard manure
ELECTION FOR ORDINARY-TO be bek
on Tuesday, the 80th of April next.
CoMMIsSzoNER IN EQCrrY-Bills for ac
count, relief, sale of land, &c.
Hoor SElRTs-.Elliptic-at M. Barr
NoTIcE-Extention of partnership
Messrs. Wiskeman & Wilber.
N6-TIcE-Co-partnership, Dr. Gouli
and Dr. Mcintosh.
*In the House, a resolution that the Hots
adjourn on Thursday, to meet either on t.h<
1st Wednesday of May, Jun-, Septembher
November or December, unless the presi
ding officers j.ointly proclaim,. ten days pre
vious to the time of meeting, that there i.
no necessity of meeting, was adopted-8t
WAsINGToN, March 24.-It is couSidere(
almost certain that Congress will adjourt
Hopes of the early release of Jeff. Davi
Mvssas. EnTos-The nomination in las
weeks paper of. Capt. !Gus. Dick1ert, for tha
office of Tax Collector is a most admirabi
one, and must mneet.with the unqualified ap
probation of the many who warm ly admir
his character. His services in the late strug
gle are too well and favorably known ti
need comment, it is nowi in the power of t
district to assist him by a hearty .snpport.
NEWBERT,. March 2.-Cotton dull, orosin
rates at a decliae to 28ctsi.
Nxw -YOaK, March 25.-N~oon.-Stocks ver
dull. Holders of cotton ask an advance; sale
2.000O bales, at 81. Flour-State S9.90@S10.75
Corn active and unchanged. Mess pork S28.65
BA LTIXoEn, March 25.-Cotton-milddling ul
lands 29 Flour and coffee firm and quiet. C'or
dull-white Si1.07481.& 9.
CIoUIsaTI, March 25 -F'our firmer-higche
grades in better demand- superfine slaa10.5
Corn quiet-sacks 87. Provisions quiet. Mes
Nxw ORLEANS, March ''5.-Cotton !tiifer, wit
sales of 5,000 bales-low middlings 29a29fr Re
ceipts 5,397; expr a 2,123. Sugar dull-good t
.IoL,dch 25-Noon-Cotton firm
middng uplnds18j; Orleans 18j. Estunate
On Thursday, the 14th instant, at the resi
deuce of tbe offciating minister, by Rei
David Humphreys, Mr. Elbert F. S. Rowley
of Green ville, to Miss Anna Smith, of Ande:
On the 28th of Febraary, Mr. Benj. May
bin, of Newber, to Miss Ettie M. Sadler
of Hart County, Gorgia .
On Thursday evening, '7th instant at tlh
residence of the bride's father,by Rev. W. I
Walters, Mr. Milton Richardson, of Hal
County, Ga., and Miss Sallie L. Smith,<
On the -23d February, by Rev. J. Sco
Murray, Serg't John Smith, of Chicago, Ill
to Mrs. Martha J Shanahan, o*f Anderso
Notice! Notice! Notice
Necessity compells us to requite from. a
of our friends and pat rons, ready cash 'fe
all prodeW which leaves our store.
No orders hereafter will be -filled unles
accotpanied by'ready' money.
WISK1EMAN & WILRER.
March 27 13 St.
THE linxited co,partnership of the undei
signed having expired on tge fist of Mar-cl
will be continued.
Signed HERIMAN C. WISKEMAN~,
THE wsarcity of genuine Peravian Guan
ehould make neonle PA~ tnnQ what they hii'
The Wonderful Flexibility and great Com,
fort and Pleasure to any Lady wearing the
Duplex Elliptic Skirt will he experienced
particularly in all crowded Assemblies. Ope
ras, Carriages, Railroad Cars Church Pews,
Arm Chairs, for Promenade and House
Dress, as the Skirt can be folded whenin
use to occupy a small place as easily and
conveniently as a Silk or Muslin Dress, an
invaluable quality in crinoline, not found in
any Single Spring Skirt.
For sale by M. BARRE & SON.
March 27 13 tf
Early Seed Corn,
FOR SALE BY
Mayes & Martin,
Newberry, S. C.
It is the Pennsylvania Premium Gourd
Seed, and has been selected with great care
by an Agent in Philadelphia. It, ripens
much ei+rlier than the common variet;es,
and before the drought usually sets'in, and
may be laid by in.time to plant and culti
vate another crop with the same labor and
may be planted a little thicker than usual.
Only a smill quantity has been introduced
into Union and Newberry as an experiment,
and Farmere -- advised to p'ant only a
part of their ups of it the first year.
March 27 lo 3t.
Theodore Gouin and James Mclntosh,both
of the Town of Newberry, in. ihe State of
South Carolina. have formed a limited part
nership for the transaction of a General Drug
Business, at Newberry, South Carolina,-un
der the partnership name and style of T
Gonin, in which Theodore Gonin iszgene
ral partner and James Mcintosh is a special
partner: to carry on which partnership bus
iness James McIntosh has contributed two
thousand dollars, and which partnership
commences on this the 26 h day of March,
and continues until the expiration of three
months after .,ne partner has given notice to
the other of his inten:ion to dissolve the
partnership. JAMES McLNTO.SH.
De 76 T. GOUIN.
J. R.READ &CO;
263 King Street,
Charleston, S. C.
Having reco'vered from the efe~cts of the
late fire, and in the meantime repaired and
improved our Store, making large addit.ions
to the same, we sare now prepared, aftei~
passing many weeks in 'carefully selecting
Goods. to exhibit the most attractive and
entire new stock of British.and Coniental
DRY and FANCY GOODS ever offered.in
Charleston, S. C.
J. R. READ) & CO.
263 King-st., Charleston, S. C.
New and Seasonable
Foreign Dry Goods.
Domestics and Linens,
English Hosiery, -
Best Kid Gloves,
Lace Mitts and Gloves,
J.RREA) D'& CO.
263 KingAst., Charleston, S. C.
CLOAK and SHAWL
Our -NEW DISPLAY ROOM being now
completed, we -take pleasure in inviting an
inspection of our new and choice stock of
Comprising cevery new anA, choice novelty
. of the season.
Black Silk Basques and Sacques,
Black and White Lace Points,
Grenadine and Barege Shawls,
rPlain and Fancy Shetland Shawls,
Mozambique and Spun Silk Shawls, &c.
J R. READ & CO..
263 King-st,, Charleston,. S. C.
Sf Our entire Stock is. New,
rhaving been selected during the late depres%
sion in the price of Goods generally, and
Swith particular reference to its adaptability
to the market.
Goods shown with pleasure to all.
Latest noveities received per every steamei
'"to the Trade."
-Liberal discounts made for CASH BILLU
Ior City acceptances.
J. R.READ &CO.,
263 King-st., Charleston, S. C.
March 27, 3m
THUIS INSTITUTION will be
opened on Monday, the 1st ol
e ~Aprili next. Persons intending
to enter pupils are requested to
sesio wllmake application at once. The
seso ilembrace Fourteen Weeks, and
tStudents will be charged from time of ed
trance to close of session. .
STERMS FER SEsSION-PAYABtK IN ADvANcE,
Board, including washing and fuel.. $50,00
Tuition~Collegiate Department..... 15,00
" Academic - ." .....120
" Primary ." ....-. 5,00
"French.............. .. 15,00
~"Drawing or Painting..... 15,0(
Boardhrs are required to furnish shieets
Spillowcases, tow.els, lighbs au-d heavycove
ing. For further.info'rmation -address
R Ey. J. T AYLOR ZEMLY, Principal,
- Newberryg. C. H., So. CaL.
The State of' south Carolina:
~ewberry IDistrmich Equity.
-Office CJourt of General Sessione
and Commnon Pleas.
-I, Elijah P. Lake, Clerk of said Court, ii
-pursuance of the directions of the Act. of the
Legislat.ure.in such cases made and provi
ded, do hereby give public notice that a
oelection for "Ordinary" for .Newherry Pis.
r...:it will lie held on Tnuey the t.hirtietE
Having disposed of our eat$+6 iok
Drugs, &e., to Dr. T. Goana werwol -" -
for him a continuance of the u Irr
stowed upon us. Dr. Gonin 3
Pharmaceutist, having.egagd i he
ness for more than fifteen years pt OM -
war. IsAAC AhE -
March273 s. Po' D.
The subscriber respectfully Informs. .
friends and the public-generily, them Es
ing purchased the entite intereet in .t:_
above establishment and removed the spelr' - -
to his present place of business, he wil dir
vote hi' attention to the carrying o a
first clas -
Drug !St: -
In addition to t4 *,w,,
ean goods he will* b 1
fine assortment of - - *.
Drugs, Med'i'ne, -
Eitracts, er' > " ud
direct from. first .claws he *t
From a tong ezperienc as Dr.
confident that he wilU e -
satisfactiopsnd sol3cLefrr i=
The interests of t4is.brs a (
ness will not be negl - -
creased if,possible, bytecoes.1'
the choicest* -*
French Confectiona a7 ; -
Always in. store, b -
Tobacco, Segars, &c.t:
kind arid liberal petrdh f _
strict atteution to,bo;.' . *
Einuance of-the same.
Agnes D. CaldW.eNI s -
next friend, -vs Wi2lsra W I1. . ."
Petition for Sie of Land -
By-order et the-Qoota"ed
1867, I will sell befie-the:Co41k -,
at Newberry, on the Erst tbb - _f L
next,:the veal estate of RofisdM - - -
deceased, As folows_
' or in' the tow'n $4ei~~
ning to the rearfovwL, *'
ls S o4mr~~.- -
steele, dec'd. .
TRus:-Tha prehaset wil -e
tgi've bond wit als
and a Mortgage of the -~9~*
the purchase money,'payahl --
annual instaints, with*
day of sale, and to pay the '4oV& *
proceedings in esh.
March 25thi 1$67 4
The State -of SoUa~
Newberry fk-u -
others. Bill for sale of .~
debts. - -
The creditors of John Qt -
are required to render and. e ~ W
respective demandi'on -oat,
first day ofJpuet,
Com!'s #fie,- SEAS
March'25th~ 1867. 15 5t C. --
The State efofA - -
3. M. seiko and others -L
and others. Bilif rcq~7C '
The creditors of Ejab N d~4
required to render aE -ib
spective demands, on oath, before - -
missioner on or before the IgSi dy I
Comn's office, sILAS JBNO
March 25th, 186'Z. IS ff. e;.
Just received, and< w$ 'f
opening, an excellent aeg -
ment of Dress Goods, of :th
Jaconets, Berages, Frene -
Dress Drimniiugs! Drs sa
Dotted and Plain1Swis ,
Bi-lints i per;k
A fine assortnient oft6e6
tiemen's, Ladies', Misses and
Ladies and Missel Hoop
Ladies Silk UmbhreUaa ad
Calf, Kip, and4Moroecob
Misses, B6gs arig 'Ui
r-en's Shoes, alsoirogansi
Men's and Boys'.rClotjffng
Men's and Boys'-Hat
Coffee 28 tSt
Sugar 15 to 20ts -
Ladies are respetfully in)
vitd. tn eallind exginid'oei