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NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wesdesday Morning, April 15, 1SES.
WanoL-AOgnees are mpoosible for the
payuent ot aiy and all notices which theY it
skrt to this paper in matt r Wia'ing to 11ank
rnpta, aud wiM govern them-elves accordingly.
Gen. Canby's Order.
This Order is impoi tant in regard to
the preservation of peace during the
present election. It is enjoined upon all
parties not to attempt by force to pre.
vent, hinder or dtlay the execution of
the 1awQ, nuder authotity of which the
ed~er fferi idered. The colored pevple
,are expressly enjoined in tho- concluding
paragraph of tFs order to exercise the
right bfvotikgik %quiet an orderly man
ner, giving offence to no one ; and after
casting their rotes, not to linger about
th4e olling places, but to return -quietly
to their homes and to their customary
7he Duty Of the Hour.
The time has come for every true man
to-vote against this terrible wrong with
wh4 we are threatened. The -election
win.Mve commenced before this sees the
ig4 t,but it will not be over, two days
f-min for the Democratic party to work,
ind for all true men to put their shublers
to the wheel; and show that while their
every interest is at stake they will not
merifOce the right to vote to a natural
and:eommendable repugnance to mingle
in the motley crowd around th-e polls.
Weaost sacritice something if we ex
pct or hcpe to gain anything. Every
mat sh-uld vote who hai registered, and
Vote-against the accursed thing. Let ttie
bomestead iait not alure you, for it's a
fraud,. a great cbeat, expr-ly designed
t6catch the unvmry. Read Hill's re
markt, on &rst'page, where it is showrt
-ap inits naked deformity, and ponder
r;( the birthright of honesty is ex
ahanged for a mess of nothing, h which
only the vile party who hatched it will
beneitted.- It uay not be too late,
ther fur the Democratic Club during
- the'two remaining days to see that the
polls are fairly held and condu'ted.
Ntch may be done tmere by an efficient
eossi"tee6 "A partj that is capaQe of
&achising a million of white men at
-1%p$atb, in order to retain a tem:.ora
- adacy,there, % W.scruple at no
--& luvwever stupeiideuk upon the
- . R fot-box'to retain their hold upou
- 'erait the Nonrth,"
- Witch the ballot-bo; "viglance is
the' price of safety."
EgraglstenGen.rder, in relation to Elee
11i. Tbe Sheriff and o:her peace offi
* iers of each County are. required to he
r iesent during the whole time thait the
p jofls areki-pt open, sud until the eke
tiOn- I Icedei'. and.-.wiR be made re
- pasible that there shiall be no inter
fet#ide with Judges of- Elections, Or
othen. irrterruption of good order. If
there should be more than. one:pohing
-pinany County$thes.Shersff of -the
C eaLay is -empowered and, directed to
ba1ke such asignmients of his deputies
- and otihers peace oficers, to the other
* pd!i% places as may in his judgmen.t
hed'kemr,e the puirposes of quiet and
* de and he is further required to re
port these arrangements in advance to
be. Comumander of the ~Military' Post in
whiipk hi Comity is situated.
* XI. Afl bar rooms, saloons, and other
places,for the sale .of liquor& by .retail,
'wIEibe'closed from 6*ocl..ok of the eve
1siig.of the 13th of Aoril, -ntil 6 o'clocek
- of tihe morning of the 1'thbof a pdi,1868,
sad-drig thiis timhe the sale of all in-.
taiecting liquors at or near arny poling
plaseiprobited. The plice- officers
*of 'ities.and towns, and the Sheriff's aind
ote- peace offices of Coumties wilt be
held respon'ible for the strict enforce
* ment oftis prohibtion,and wiil protmpt
-ly areat and hold for trial all per-sonas
*who may tranre<s. it.
otaaharky nfPncenix it is said that
* Bueay Nash was hanadsomuely thr%haed
* ~by .a oulered Democr'at one day' last
week, for sa' ing that said Democrat han
-- no iotelligence, and therefore could not
*- appreciate an argument.' Our colored
friend immediately brought an argument
to bear'upon Nash of such force as to
completely vanquish.his opponent. Nash
dires the licking and says some other
derky niust1have received it, not him.
The Rev. Randolph, aniother colored
cheimpion, is lying out of the disgraceful
agi.a which he was caught by one of
tha Charlesten police. But the case is.
too ljear, he was the nigger and no .mis
tig TmpaAment Fizl.
* &llhlrags ha slow length ak:mg, but it is
thought by the counsel for the President
that the trial will not continue miore tl-.an a
week longer, and one of the most promti
nes of the justices of the Supreme Court
of the Stat'e of New York, who is strong~ly
oppos-d politieally to Mir. Johnson, has
stated recenty, as his opinion, that legally
Mr. Johnson must be acquitted, and that if
convicted, it would be upon purely politi
We copy the following from the Phce
WUrrE Msi OF COLUMBA! Arouse
and protect yourselves; drop all business
and spend this day ntoti' y the a. ts of
those who this day prote themselves
yogr friends or vour foes. There t.hould
be'no douibt any longer ; tir.d i-it anad
know whom you ean rely on anid trust ;
and mark the viper who stings his enl..
Ani editor out west has been elected
town constable, and now arrests the at
Many of our people are in debt, and to
get. their votes the Convention exempts a
lomestead from lev% or sale for the pay
ment of debts, but it is not exempted from
Taxes md the tax for Free Schoo!s. which
together with the other enormous taxes ne
ce9-ary to putr all the provisions ol this
Cunstitution into operation, will soon sell
eve#y Homestead in the State under the
Our people are waking up to the impor.
taiice of the question, Conservative Clubs
have be,-n organized in every stection of the
District, numbering nedr 1500 members
who are rallying arout.d the Cotservative
ticket. With such a vote to start with, if
all the friends of law and order will exert
themselves we can roll up a iandsome ia
jori(y. Every vote is needed and let every
man who can, be sure to vote.-Spartan
That despotic faction at Washington
gave their subordinate co-workers the cue,
for the perpetation of power. The Cori
stitution with its illegal features is to be
ratified in hot hmste before the people are
made acquainted with its principles It
level.4 all distinctions, enforces equality,
and seeks to establish amalgamation, by
levying a tax for education and enforcing
the attend:ance, by law, of children, white
und black, at schaol, either public or pri
-vate, -for a specified. Many doubtless who
pay. the school tax, will yet be too p or to
avail themselves of private schools for
their children. The militia is to he reor
gaiized without regard to race. Non-pay
ment oi poll-tax will not debar from the
riIlht of voting. The Homestead clause is
a bait only, and an ulterior swin dIe. The
Constitution of the U. S. savs "No law
shall be passed impairing the obligation of
contracts." This is supreme. And their
own Constitution pronoinces a swindle, for
Article 1st, section 21st, says: "No Bill of
attainder, Ex Poist Facto Law, nor any law
impairing the obligation of contracts shall
ever be enacted.". Does not the exemp on
of a homiestead fro:n levv and sale for the
payment of debts already contracted, ia
pair the obliga:ion of contracts ? Let
them stand convicted by their own contra
FARM AND GARDEN.-Our sprightly
neighhor, the Farm and Garden, for
April is at hand, and as usual is full of
justuch matters as are u,eful to farm
e s, besides xnuch of interest to the gen
eral. reader. -Ma' its influence extend
and be felt. J. R. Jacobs & Co., Clinton,
$1 per annum.
KEL.LY'S WEEKL.-Thtis landsomely
illustrated Qeekly continlues to visit us.
The number f,,r 'this n eek contamins a
well-execuited likeness of Benj. F. WVade,
President U. S. S"nate. Kelly gives a
large amount of good reading mnatter,and
is des'erving patronage. Price $4 per
annum. A. A. K':lly & Co., New York.
Thx Bsm:a or i'nn Socrr.-This is
thme title of a new and handsomieclaimnt' for
public favor; as a literary paper it will
Stake a pronminent place at onice in.public
estimation.- ~Te taame of UW e4ter te
Rev. A. J. Rvan, as a writer, hasm gone
abroad over rte land, and now that the
"Banner of the South" is unfurled, it will
float on a prosperous breeze. We gladly
place it on our exchange list, and recomn
mend it to onr readers. Putblished in Au
g'nst*, Ga., at $3 per' annum, in advance.
SoCTHEltN ULTIVAToR.-The Cultiva
tor for April is at hand, the present num
her shjows a great chtange- for the better
ins appearan-ce, having a m-~aJ Cover afi
pages accurately trim ed, &c. - This
p-leasing feature was long needed a.+ a
finish to so excellent an agricultural pa
per, second to nonea in va!uuhale readinag,
North or South. We cheer fully recomi
menid it ton' our readers and nould urge
upon theni t,. subsAibe. It is o:niy $2 a
year. Subhscriptions received at thi., of
tice. -Pub,lished at Athens, Ga., b~y!
Messrs. -JonIe% & J'.nes.
Dis MoDENWELT.-The Mareb number
of this popular fashion book, debayed by
an. accidental circums tance, is received.
An important change hass been made by
the publisher, whicb will be fully ex
plained in the A pril number, which will
have a greater attrac;ion in two Fashlion
plates. 'fhe large, highly-colored Steel
Engraving,- the finest now published in
Paris w'ill also apepeaIr next month, and
nill be given- regularly hereafter. Club
rates, ten. fair $25, and one to getter up
of club. Le Bun Ton and Die Moiden
welt, only $9; La Petit Messager, and
Die Modenwelt, $7; or the three for $12.
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Dictionary rof the Bible.
We have received fromt the publisher
a copy of this valunble and interesting
work, edited by William Smith, Clas.-ica
Examiner of the University of London,
anid noticed some time since as being in
course of publicatumo. It is a most comn
plete Dictionary oif the Bib!e, comprising
ius Antiquities, Biography, Geography
and Natural Ulistory-, with copious illus
tratijoOs andi mnaps, tmaking it altogether
to the s-udent or general reader, the
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It contains one thousand and scventeen
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address S. S. Scranton & Co., 126 Asy
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tended notice will be given after we have
had time to esamine this valuable work
Univeraity of South Carolina.
The catalogue~ of this University for
1867-68, shows a list of one hundred
and thirteen matriculates in the different
schools of this institutio)n, and a pro
gressive prosperity highly flatterinig to
its Trustees, Pa4aity and Officers. 'Ex
pense per" session of nine months in
Academic School,'tir each of the three
schools $25, bo'Id $4 per, week. In the
Law school Bggregamte expenae $280;~
Me'dical School, aggrega te, $370.
The catalogue is handsomely printed
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The manufactory and sales-room o
Messrs. Turner & Co., Proprietors of tht
Univeisal Neuralgia Pills has been re
moved from No. 120 to 157 Tremont St
They occupy the whole of this building
which is 100 feet deep, 26 wide and
stories high. The sales-room is one o
the most convenient and elegant in tht
city, and adapted by its size to the con,
stantly increasing bjusiness.
- *q- -
Ariel Come Again.
Ariel Dissected, and the Negro Resur
rected Biblically, Ethnologically, Ethno
graphivally, Intellectually, Psychologi
eally, Politically, and Scientifically, in i
pamphlet of fifty pages, is presented t<
the interested public by "Ithurial," wh4
has labored earnestly to refute the argu
nients of Ariel. The pamphlet will NI
f-und interesting, and can he had at th(
Book Store of Messrs. D!ffie & Chap
man. Price 30 cents.
IASUINGTON-, April 13.-In the Houe
there was no quorum present. The
iiu!e went into- Committee of th
Whole, to the impeachment court
Wa-hiburne gave notice that he woukC
make a call of the House on Thursday,
for business. Objection has been maid
to print the speeches of Butler and Cut
tis in the same pamphlet. The inpeach
ment managers are urging an amend
ment to the rules, to allow unlimitet
In the Senate, the motion to amend
,he rules to allow additional speeches
was taliled. Stevens, Williams, Bout
well and Logan, were -dis:ppointed.
Stevens and Williams made special ap
iseals f->r a heariing. Btler spoke al
length, and a general debate ensued.
E taidthydsrdtsow ha
the Presidenat's action was torso th oo
ofthe service, based on opinions of hon.
est and in telligenit eliuicers.
The correspondenmt of the New York
world,says; thtII (crans
For effect uponthnrs 'erans
r.lled. "shak y" or weak-kneed Senaitors,
this satme ean of imtpeachers are continu.
niy professing to ha-ve great fears that
the Pr. sident will instantly execute
coup d'etat ; andl to-day it was gravely
asserted by one ouf the Senators who. iu
dent does not intend to drive the Senate
from the Capitol at the point of the bayvo
net before the impeachment trial is con
eluded. The object of, this sensaution
story is to work.upon the prejudices of
the Senators "not organized to convict,'
so as to win thenm over to an agreemtent
to depose -the Executive, thus getting
rid of him through passion, whereas they
are aware that they will fail utterly to
remove hims by law..
NEw YOax, April 18.-A special de
spatch from - Miizatlamn, Mexico, states
that Generals Martinez and Alvarez were
very near each other, with their forces,
and a battle was imminent. Martinez
hid trouble with the custom house offi
rials, and a ppropriated for his own use
$150,000 from its trceasury. A plot to
uisasinate General Coronea had beer
discovered, and the conspirators were ar
rested. A heavy conscription has takr
place in M~azatlan, and another was ex
pected. Thirteen United States wvar
ressels in the port of Mazatlan create an
A negro.ibarn burner has been hanged
in Wayne C,ounty, Tenn).
A moustache spoon is said to be one
of the late%t Yankee inventions, the ob
ject being to provide a spoon by means
fwhich soup, medicine, etc., may be
imrred to-the mouth without lhability *of
being spilled or of soiling the tmoustache.
The invention con.,ists in a movable
cover so combined with the howl of the
spoon that it ma:y cover the greater por
tion. It also consists in, the comubina
tion of a lever and a spring with the
spoon and tire cover, so that the latter
may be readily closed or opened.
Hion. I<aac WV. Havne declines the
nomination for Attorne.y-General, and in
his card says :
"To vote against the Constitution, is
every white man's duty, and a farseeing
negro who loves his race, would do so
likewi'se ; but I fear that few such will
Is a negro prayer meeting at Peters
burc, Va., a colored mother in Israel
ktoelt to lead in prayer, thereby ex;.osing
er skirts, when the article was recogti
.ed by one of the sisters as being her
own rightftl property, and a scene not
entirely devotional ensued.
The office-seekers and vagahond ne
roes in Washinmgton have been disap.
ini:.ted in their attempts to obtain em
ploymnent from General Hancock. He
tells them to go in the country and
To PREVENT TIN VESSELs FROX Rus
so. -When the vessels are done with,
ipe them carefully with a dry;cloth, and
pace near the fire. If this is done im
ediately, they will not rust.
Mrs Partington has been reading the
ealth officer's weekly reports, and she
hinks that "Total" must be an awful
nalignant disease, since as many die o f
t as all the test put together.
Butler is said to be a classical scholar,
nd particularly fond of Plate-0.-New
Wren & Wheeler are in statu quo
king very fine pictures at very cheap
ALTsGIVISO.-It is the will that gives
worth to the oblation. The poorest
giver, therefore, as to God's acceptance
may be upon a level with the richest.
Nor is this all ; but so perfectly does the
value of all charitable acts take its meas
ure and proportion from will, and from
I the fullness of heart rather than the
greater charity. The widow's mite, in
the balance of the sanctuary, oUtweighs
the sheckels and talents of the wealthy.
The mass meeting called for Monday
was numerously attended, notwithstand
ing the very eisagreeable weathe'r. Gen.
Garlington, Judge Y. J. Pope, Maj. L. J.
Jones and J. F. J. Caldwell, made ad
dresses on the part of the Democratic
club, which were well received, and
r which we believe produced good effect
upon some of the more enlightened of
the colored audience.
Tom Keitt, body servant, of Col. E. S.
Keitt, and familiarly known through the
district as his trusty and attached "Ad
r jutant General," and of course a warm
Democrat, and good worker, made a
stirring and sensible appeal at the close
of a few speeches made by some of the
Leaguers. The meeting u as harmonious.
NEWSPAPER BoRRowERS. - An ex
cangemakes the following sensible re
marks: "There are many people in the
world who make it a business to sponge
the reading of their District paper with
out any expense to themselves, often
borrowing it before the owner has an
opportunity of seeing it. This is done
by very many who are abundantly able
and whose duty would seem to be to
sustain their District paper, by subscrib
ing andl payrig fq,r it."
Have we not said as much time and again.
with tears in our eyes, ard more? And yet we
are forced to print every week from 75 to 10:
extra copies of the Herald to supply the deficits
made by these borrowers and stealers from our
regular subscribers. Although our tears are thus
made to gow in furnisnaing these extra copies,
yet rathe r than see our honest sVbs suffer ths loss,
with apparent cheerfulness we give while the
extras last. Its fshockidg, positively. .And this
is not all, we are forced to keep an extra supply
to give away to those who neither take or loge.
There is a balm however in this that though we
are doing a losing 'usiness, we feel that the
Herald is appreciated, and that though all do
not pay tor it. every one wants it, and what is
more will have it. Its a glorious thing to have a
reputation, but reader, if you are either a bor
rower, a stealer, or beggar, believe us, It d. es
not pu ! its a losing iame! riesse do not trans
greas any more,
A CANDDATE.-In an inIter-view with
Judge Miller, (every body about here
knows the old Judge, for be has cut up
more firewood and hoed more corn than
aniy other colored getnt in town,) it leaks
out that he is diisappoinlted in not having
been nomihnated by the League for "UTni
ted States Gincral," his aspirations hav
ing led hima to seek fame through a mtili
tar-v.-avenue, and,having had a promise to
that effect. Judge eTJE~gs to the League,
and will stick to the party, b'ut is never
theless now an independent candlidatt.
for some of the "loaves and fishes"
floating arou%d. Judgo requests us to
announce that he will nioa- run for the
highest office in the gift of the people,
that of President of the Untited States
He is thoroughly in earnest, and be
lieves that t.he- "posish" is in reach. Not
having the cash to pay ~for this notice,
Judge, like an honorabile man promises
to cut firewood instead of the cash, and
besides promises each of the heads of
this paper a fat office under him if- elec
We are pleased to notice that our old
friend Mr. Z. L. White is prepared for
'll demands in his particnlar line. A
skilfull workman in firearms of all kinds,
and besides keeping a fine assortment of
goods, we coniblently assert that all the
satisfaction a sportsman needs can be
had at his hands.
ANOTHER COmcrS.-Gn Monday next,
as will be seen by advertisement, Rob
.inson's Great South-western Gircus will
exhibit at this place, when the lovers of
this p'eculiar amusemerit will have an
opportunity of again itndulging, at. the
expense of a greenback currency consid
eration,for whites of 75 ets , and colored,
.A card elsewhere announces the disso
lution of the copartnership of Blease &
Wright, and following it, Mr. Wright's
announcetnent to the public of his par'
pose to continue the business in all its
varixus branches as heretofore. Mr.
Wright is an A No 1 worker, thloroughly
devoted to business,and will do the right
thing for the public.
The very attractive advertisement ofi
the popular Dry Goods H ouse, kept by
M. Barre & Son, will be read with in
terest, as giving in brief an idea of the
character and style of goods to be found
there. The goods mentioned, besides a
great variety not enumerated, were~~se
lected by Capt. Me. -Fall, which an
nouncemnent is quite sufficient to stamp
them with excellence. Give this estab
ment a call.
We are some days behind in making
the following announcement, and though.
the majority of our -citIzens may be
aware of the fact, yet there may be some
who do not know, and to them we 'give
the very pleasing intelligence, that their
old friend, A. M. Wicker, hfs emerged
fi-om the cloud w'hich his oversh'adowed
him lately, and is now happily out in the
sunshine once more, making a sturdy
effort to help himself and benefit the
public. His stock though smfall is vari
.ous in characterr-and is being. added to
daily, by the assistancet of many good
friends. It aiIll not be long, we hope,
ere he can show a full and complete stock
SpicE.-Kissing is a very innocent
pastime and pleasant, but how much
more innocent the fair one who thought
a kiss could be given back other than by
a repetition of the delicious offence:
Since, for kissing thee, Minguillo,
My mother scolds me all the day,
Let me have it quickly, darling.
Give me back my kiss, I pray.
If we have done aught amiss,
Let's undo it while we may;
Quickly, give me back my kiss,
That she may have naught to say.
Do-she makes so great a bother,
Clides so sharply. looks so grave
Do, my love, io please my mother,
Give me back the kiss I gave.
Out upon you, false Minguillo!
One you give. but two you take;
Give me back the one, my darling,
Give it for my mother's sake.
It may be well that physicians qualify
the advice given to their patients "to
take something," by telling them what
to take; or some of them may do as did
A good-looking fellow who was ar
rai.;ned before a Police Court, charged
with having stolen a watch. It was his
fi st error, and he was ready to plead
guilty. The Judge addressed him in
very gentle tones, and asked him what
had induced him to commit the theft.
The young man replied that, having been
unwell for some time, the Doctor advised
him to TAKE SOMETHING, which he had
accordingly done. The Judge was rather
pleased % ith the humor of the thing, and
asked what had led him to select a watch.
"" hy," said the prisoner, "I thought it
I only had the TjME, that nature would
work a cure!"
"Give us a plate of beans!" said a
country-man in an eating-'ouse, taking a
seat in stall No. 2.
"Bean5, No. 2," called the waiter.
"Not by a darned sight!" cried the
countryman. "Don't want anv of your
No. 2 beans-want the first best--A No. 1.
I've got money enough, I can tell- you !"
and he swung in the air a pocket-book
of about the largest and greasiest descrip
tion that the keeper of the eating-house
had ever seen.
In the "Lar.d We Love," we find the
following reminiscence of the confedera
While Furguson's Mississippians (and
a rare set they were) were passing
through Unionville, South Carolina, en
route for the Tar River country, they
passed, in winding through the streets of
the village, the dwelling of that hospita
ble gentleman, that pure patriot, that
learned lawyer and spotless jurist, Judge
-. The distinguished Judge is said,
withal, to be the finest looking man in
the State. But nor hospitality, -nor
learr.ing, nor patriotism, nor purity of
ermine, nor stately demeanor could save
him from the jeers of the "boys in grey."
The Judge stood in the porch of his eie
garat mansion surroundled by a crowd of
lady friends. A cadaverous swamper
from the jungles of the Yazoo sw amps,
"Ain't you ashamed, old man, with
your white har, to be sparkin' y'oung
gals in public.?"
A billions specimen of chills and fever
shoutedl "that g:al with the red head is
Another yelled, "that blue-eyed one
is the gal for me." A fourth, "curly
. * 44a nt-eme:-fHft itopped4
and staring at the dignitied Judge, said,
"lUill, ain't that old feller got a round,
pooty face like a dorg ?"
The J6dge retired, so did the ladies !
A Leavenworth (Ks.) [paper has a cor
respondent who thinks the colored citi
zeus of that'Stato are far too ignorant to
be intrusted with ballots, Hie writes as
KIKAroo, nov the 24, 1867.
Dere Zur-Will you pleze inform me
wehethmer nigger suphrage Was carried at
The late lection. II sech ignrant peepul
is to vout, I want to leave this God for
saking State, and go back to Souther liii
nois. yeurs trool, --
They have a HTome Journal op in the
woods of Northern Michigan, arid it pub
lishses the following "society news:
"Mr. Mis quah-wah-bow-you is engaged
to Mis-quah-wah-quet-o-qua, daughter of
Ne-be-nah-ah-r ah-quot-way-be, a mighty
hunter; Mr. Mah-kah-da-wah-.bo-you to
the dark-ey'ed Miss Mah-kah-da-kah
Mr. Ah ne-ne-wah-bo-you to the belle o,f
the forest, Miss Ah-qua-wa-bo-you ; and
Mr Kish-ke-neje-kah-kah-shin to the
chick-w~enaugh Miss Ae-qua-ke-che
"Are those bells ringing for fire ?''
inquired Simon of Tiberias. "No in
deed," answered Tibe; "they have got
plenty of fire and the bell is now ring
mng for water."
A prominent journalist in New York
who is pt-rfectly bald, has offered a re
ward of $ 1,000 for a tale that will make
his hair stand on end.
"An exchange calls bakers 'regular
loafers.' " W hat an' ill-bred fellow !
Why is an onion like a piano ? Be
cause it smell-odious.
How sweet to recline in the lapse of
ages-say about eighteen.
Press, Pu!pit and Petticoats-three
Index to New Advertisements.
*The following Advertisements appear to-day
for the first time. t'hose to be continued, will
be found under their respective heads in our
H. S. Spencer-Agricultural Imple
Z. L. White-Gun Smith, &c. &c.
M4 Barre & Son-Dry Goods House.
D. Goggans-Assignee's Sale.
J. P. M. Epping-Ui. S. Marshal's Sale.
Blease & Wright-Dissolution ~of C'o
WV. T. W right--Tin-ware, &c.
T. M. Lake-A dministrator's Notice.
WVren & Wheeler-Photographs.
H. IH. Blease-Card.
Assignees Not ice in matter of Henry
Lot elace & Wheeler- Flour. Flour.
Wanted- Situation as Governess.
Stone, A. Harris, C. B. 2Counts, Dr. T.B.
Kennerly, Wade H. Satzler, John R.
Sandley, J. C. S. Brown, S. P. Kinard,
Jacob S. Bowers, and J. D. Bruce.
Kaw Yoax, April 13-7 P. K.-Cotton about
jo. better; sale. 3,50 bales, at 30 Flour active
.--tate 9ra '0.5 ; Southern 1 a1460. tiold 38j.
CuaR.Ls'roJ, April 13 - Cotton firm and ad
vanced a 1c.; sales 803 bales-middling. 8t;
AUGUSTA April 13 -Cotton market firm;
sale- 860 bai ; receipts 18 --mi4dling 80j.
LXv ao.RPO, April 13--Evening.--Cotton firm
er and advancing-uplands on spot 12j; afloat
12j; Orleans 2; transactions unoffciak-hence
no record of sls
Nazw3ana, A pril 14.--Cotton in fair demand
TIlE DRY GOODS
M. BIRRE & SON,
Take pleasure in announcing
to the Ladies of Newberry
and . community generally,
that their SPRING STOCK
IS NOW OPEN
And Embraces one of the
To be found in the Up
Consisting in part in the line of
Bishop Lawns, India Lawns,
Victoria Lawns, Mulls,
Nansooks, German & French
Swiss, Jaconets, dressed
IN DRESS 00003,
Of Poplins, Mozambiques, Tam
ertines, Shallies, Crape Marettes,
Muslins, and Cambrics.
of all kinds. Laces, Ribbons,
Trimmings, of all descriptions,
Buttons of every variety.
ITOSIERY and GLOVES
Anud every other article kept in a
first class, exclusive Dry Goodat
House. in addition to the above,
we have a very elegant assort
Gents & Boy' Hats.
ug,. WVe invite an examination of
our Stock, which has been selected
w4k gfreat care, and which cannt
fail to p)lease.
Ms BARRE & SON.
April 15 if 16
United States Marshal's Sale.
United States of America-South Carolina
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facis to me
directed, issuing out of the Honorable, the
United States Circuit Court, for the District
of south earolina, I will expose for sale, to
the highest bidder, at public auction, at
Newberry Court [House, on the 6th day of
May', being the first wednesday of the
month. All the right, title, and interest,
of the Defendaint, in the following property
to wit : T1he HIouse and lot containirg
twelve seres more or less in the town of
Frog Level. A tract of land containing
one hundred acres more or less, adjoining
lands of Abraham Moore, Mathias Wicker,
and others. And also one tract, contain
ing one hnodred acres more or less adjoin
ing hands of Margaret Bowers, WV. A. Reed,
and others, levied on as the property ef
John s. Birge, defendanit, at the suit. of
James Hazlett & Co.
Terms cash, purchasers, to pay marshal
for necessa y papers and stamp.
sale will be conduered by M D. Dickey,
U. s. Deputy Marshal. .M.EH ,
April f5 16 St. U. S. Marshal.
District Court of the United States.
For the District of South Carolina. In Bank'.
ruptcv. In the matter of SOLOMON P. KI
To whom It m1ay Concern: 'The undersigned
bereby gives isotice of his appointment as As
signee of the estate of Solom,on P Kiard, of
the town of Newberry, in the District of New
berry and State of~ Soiuth Carolina within said
District, who has been adjuMD atBanikrup~t up
Distrit c ae 14th da of A pril. A.u o.r18
Apri15168t.J. r. PETERSON, Assignee.
By a Young Lady, a graduate of the Nor
mial School at Charleston, who has had seva
ral years' -experience in teaching, a situa
ion as GOVERNESS tn a family, or to take
harge of a scnoot, in the country. High
st references given as to caipacity and
ood standing. For particulars address
Miss C", through Post-office at New erry
ourt House. - April 15
50 Sacks Family -Flour.
Just received, and~ for sale
ery cheap, by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
A pril 15 1
Greenville & Columbia R. R. Co.,
Columbia, A pril 10, 1868,
The Annual Meeting of the 'Stockholders
f the Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Cmpany will be hefds in Coiwmbia, on
bursday, the 30th inst.,. at 10 o'clock, A.M.
Stockholdei-s will be passed over the Road
o attend the meeting free, as heretofore.
Each individual proxy to represent stook
it the meeting, requires a ten centa Internal
Revenue stamp to be attatohed and can
elled. C. V, (GARRINGTON,
The copartnership heretofore emiag
der the name of Blease & Wright wws
solved on the 20th of March la, by mmt=s
consent. The Books of Accounts aid Noon
of the late firm are in the bands of W. T.
Wright. to whom payment is esrne@ me
quested to he made immediately, and who
will settle all claims against the late Am.
H. H. BLEAlE,
W. T. WRIGHT,
April 15 16 3t
Stover and Tin-ware,
Having bonght the entire IntereA tf.
H. H. Blease in the Tin and Stove besi.
ness, I will continue to carry o -e same
in ull its branches at the old stal i'd wil
be most bappy to wait on all wb6 miy w
anything in my line. I shall keep cost.
ly on hand a large and well sme #o at
with an extensi e assortment of
Cooking and other St"M
of the most improved pOtter.
A well selected stock of Pressef W
houie furnishing goo:e generahy- ' b
of all descriptiosa witi be done in the b
manner, at reasonible prices and ob
notice. W. T. WRIG .
April 15 16tf.
Having sold my entire intert fa *bf*
and stove bnsiness to Mr W. T. Win .I
take thi- (.ccasion to return thanks to
people of Newberry and the pablfe gt r
for the khndness which I have J_elied at
their hands; and solicit for my successor d
late partner a continuance of the liberal pole
ronage extended to me during the MUM
years I have done business aeo.
Mr. Wright is a good workman, sad
stric:ly to his business, and wigo dbInt
to give entire satisfacdon to those who O
favor hifn with their COs.
April15162t. 1. . AA
I will sell'before the Conrt Hofte 400r,
on Sale Day next, the Life Ex'ate of U"
Herbert, Bankrupt, in a Grist and S%Fr
and Gin, situate on Bea'ver-dam 1
DA 1EL GO WGANS O--.
April 15 3 16 Asi
All. persons having d9 gr&9Ph 1
Estate of Van Davis, devewW*=Im I
their demands to me, properfy at
or before the f0th dzy of May next.
THOS M. LK Admr,*IUan sI.K
Ap 7th, 18683t16
R 0 BIN SO X'S
Will exhibit at
NEWBERRY C. H., igrd-20th.
A. ROBINSON, -. - Nanga
CHIARLES COVELLI Equestrian Diret
Dr. STEVENS, - - -- Trsedl
H IR AM DAY, - M *erfSe
The nanger would respecfully stite ske
in organizing This Cdmpseyhbe'hasupaued
neither time,'Qabor.aor goney, tomk thW
pre se:it combination the imos:
ever presented to the patronagso.th
lie. The four quarters of the Go
contrihuted their choicest gema.to ~
This Grand AIIIance
of talk-t la organized upon a seale a
precedenited mzagnitieence, and the esiten
dinary and varied performances
great arty of
Foreign and Native -'1
wilt inaugurate a neiw era in a~~
The entertainments will. be,-p M@~
a degree of oi-Iginality and -spleader
before ettemipted in tiht4countef.
Promainent among the 1eaEnSiUiip6ssuet
th is extensive -Troupe, will be fond t
Clown and Humorist, shie faitf ~Es
Momus ; the embodiment of hpna.
Oeiginali-y, und gentine Kunmor;
exeinpi6fcation of the oldfadag,
and grow fat." -- .
Mr. Chas. CoveIU .
Clown and Character Equetrian;-.b
great act of
In his great Cannon Bait act, and
The Great T wo. Four and&Six florse Iade
will appear in his Great Acs, The Ros
'Jourier of St. Petersburgh -
SJAMES ROBINSON, (hbuplan Ridtrv
W. WV. H ILL, Champion Leaper
PROF. SHOWER'8; of Hongrce.g CM
Has a Surr Egeestrin Treep
A Full Acrutstic Corps,
That have ever appeared in this ombentE~
THE DELEYANTI f
The most accomplished Gynuusts in the
The Dwarf Contortio.ier N RN A M,
highest Battoute Leaps In the Uaiversa
ADNISSION ; t ~ i
Children under 1: yer . A ..,
To all parts of the - ett PI m'
standing room. .!ooin* all., Aamp
attDoors t 2 nd o'lek .CesI.g