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-. - ST A. A. XOK5.
Tia typol-a singular Ireature is he,
A bit of a wisard I him to be;
A paradox ever, I s assert,
Lad know the; the statement, you won'1
se "takes" a greardeal, and he "proves'
U be gets,
And be "sets while he standa, and he stands
whilh he "sets."
A mag power there Is in his band,
As the types marshal in as command;
The art of a painter he has, to portray
The Incidents many that make op to-day -
A wedding be pictures-"click," "click,"and
The glad, merry party, the just wedded pair;
Yea see the young w ife in her garments of
(Too have gone to the wedding without an
And fancy you hear the good wishes of
And -there the bright picture unwittingly
for the typo paints allkinds of sLenes in a
90bd you a marriage-the next is a
~- -death; -_
And low in the comn you see a dear face.
AL silent and cold, that was fullof rare.grace
A 4Owmmn circle thbit teoderly kiss
II whose sweet pressure they ever will
.Ad seflly the teardrops creep down o'er
o eebo the "ashes to ashes."
~''',iek"-now be's spelling a railroad
hfset "click" the types, and still faster
n' bt =or is seen on each one of their faces,
Asgdekly be ranges them into their places;
"A.serible slaughter," you shudder-then
Wfth barty good-win at the next paragraph.
S,A joke of thres lines, or a dozen. as brief,
-e,ap-a rich bundle-of fun-in a sheaf"
.,fheafoDowsnoase "ads"--patent bitters and
"b eare. one of mortality's Ills;
Et,. I " and Just under his ngers
'16be genuine mniess signed 'John Jone,"'
'tie anr"EixIr," and now a " Hair Dye"
eolor, of course, for it's spelled with a y).
" perhaps, or a "Wafer," or
.pgA A rndensed to a good "Yankee
-in short, for all human dis'
l04 pays in your money and takes what
Vadlety truly gives living l's spice,
had type can present it to you in a trice.
opin.gravest to gay,every mood of the mind
a by te*s each nour completely detined;
One moment they laugh, and another they
srrow is not over deep.
s ezptession what, evr t nd,
wULpf the typo they only-obey;
ocommands they 1espond- with a.
Swith a stout little "rule" and a
* C Amdrzi la hington.
- Wasmsto, March IL-As far as
dcasiiined, the new administration has
. e'ly soecetdi+d in arresting tiro of Mr.
Jbusou. pardoes. :
qtNl,lhas been nitnated for tie
r2aury -mfl,ton Fish for SecrEtary of
Stats, 'A shburnesMdinister t,o Fraqec,
* ~~~eee Bawlins atiSecretary of War.
- or.,BinekJcy and ez-Coi
~~iLs, o 1ulternalR e.s
-ikt -s go in the Rnveniue
d0to Bi'k 4ies
~,iIdgbel t'then 646in
uben she-croud s
it 'Siipate, . wner.presented
$6orosf184 Iofal istizoss oi Texas,
*Ibigaua Prelional"Gov'ernnmen$ fqr
ndsasserHtg that if the
beLt badd ir td , the e
j jroldabedFa bieve'ingice
to* .thuddeay -Commutt.ee.
billamen the pper*.
as~ infltt.the test.path;
4 vrstne .
4Bishte' e.**blish an Yh$al:Dpilt?
4 Wgeinroduced. The bill atili th
ng overn*ient c'editC taa e:
h n ec4ion tstricken outh
ypie tS~rpary fTh 's ry;ry,
a.i'GsinfIis ahcepted .h Frei~gnat1or
ins to iMe aid'that Iegistatiowr
rpsa lnsigsissppii Nt'
ma reiquired im' her eae
ife tQi Yia,An4 Taxs l.et.alone
ai ster the cptntaud<i4al .election.
NS 9$91-feengiwith Georg'.
ppiefeatifi ow number-s
yisewen af thia of-whom accrd'.
* - 219.ttK A,fev6Gebieral
a~e~bs,esigned tho Sute Sofi~e
-FATAL AERAY Ar-s5 Ps HU
Dager-.adfi'Ansday lssea a'
a fte.Fine House sectiont aet..at- the
PII ues Dypot, and an affray arising
-& iee* 'v a.'c'onfusion or cm
medii, ' igsgor+Luther ' ong
wastiitHy t iti from a p1htol in the
hsealid Benjaa,in Boothe. These mens,
i :e were, going ln aibody to-moAet,
r.ewy, sj certain neighbor, or Mas
,agai,-tst, whon '-they.bhad a
rd.d the upsihot of the , niatter
was)J Slotlie,,;i ,brapdishin'g and
-kdfled hinii As-to whether tlurvder
waw,aeinia (r not, there ' is *great
diUtuance>of'opinion. -Booth, together
.li:Wa bther~ has been arrested, and
*oged.in jail at tisiis place.-Edgeleld
**tihilA, March 11.--The sduse passed
the 4feenth amendment, to-day, by 'a
voteiof ayes.'74; naya-69. This eztreme
ledicals .and Desmocrats left -without
a!ig. One .of the members opposing
-the.measure, in his remarks,said that
thefondaueuntal prin' ..fDemocracy is
- that negro''gtIffrage is wiong. not from.
esp' iN-wi towards the negro, but be
came: *e Democratid party is the white
anan's party, and represents intelligence,
vrtue and -ore -of .country, and Gor.
ernd - BuIock"bekl@ge to the class wi4o
desite4( stoeleateth negro' above the
DAY ~Ts Saturday was Re
tor o' thig Uistr.ip). There were'
beokhundred and 4fty cases re
turned'Ttiliis certainly, not more than
. se-third of what, the return *ould hav.e.
been. *ere the advantages-in the future,
* .fudgment creditors understood Many
t6tank-mow, -hat only involve themselv'es
in goatby obtaining judgments where
she iRomestead covers evetrything. Thiw
Is true ;f.tb retroaction of' this inow,be
decddMnsttdtionahl and remain in.
- Wendell Phillips, in altreat Jersey
Cite0qumented 'on Grann insegura
rathe. .ral.. Hg urged . vigoronit,
end 'I' na..arv, a ssinr .policy
seWa*d the Somtl, as the i/ means to
secure'1aingr naee. - -
Wednesday Morning, March 17, 1869.
he Hon. J. P. Reed, M. 0., will ac
eept our thianks for a very. interesig
Washington paper, the Wje1y Chton
There is a probability that the resoli
tion to adjourn on the 20th, may yet be
rescinded, if the proceedings of this de
lectable body continue to show such
signs-as were exhibited -on the .8th ; -on
the day in que3tion about five mortal
hours were frittered away in calling the
yeas and nays on questions to ask leave
and explain. The farce is becoming
tiresome, and when it is played oul, a
sigh of relief will be heard even from
the scallawageries of the State them
selves. Enough is as good as feast, and
we bave alrVdy long ago had a surfeit.
The Greenville Mountaineer says that
on Saturday night the 6th, the store of
Mr. W. J. Whitmire. was discovered to
be on fire. The fire was extingdlshed
however, before doing much damage.
A t ;n election for Selectmen, Clerk,
Surveyor and Constable held on Wed
nesday last, a democratic ticket was
There are 224 horses, 798 cttle, 1157
hogs, 219 dogs, 131 mules, 840 sheep
Ond goats, 92.pianos,. 259 watches, and
109 carriages, together with merchan
4ise, manufactures, &c., liable to taaa
.tion, added to. which ;the. real estate,
valued at 7i .,114, makes -the sum of
$1,10462. Exepnpt 255,945, total; $1,
From Spraburg.- -
We have received an interesting letter,
and also I circular, from our *yoong
friend J. W. Folk, a student at Wofford
College, from which we are . pleased. to
dear that this noble Church fnstitutidn
is in a most prosperous condition. The
number of :stadents is set down at o"
hundred and fifty. When we 'consider
the:dificulties which heretofore tireat
ened the very life of W_offord. College,
and the dangers through it has been
brought, And as,much through .the un
tiring zeal and . self-sacrifices- of the
Christian men wbo stood with it in
those trying times, it is peculirly grat;
ifying.o lear"tbat.the storm.as- been
wethsred,. and a: period of ckldi land
prosperity n-ow at' hand; May'- Wffuord
College continu ts coreofueuler
ahd are natsed ase lh!ws: -Rev.A.<
Shipp;'D. D, I e ident, y(P4 rofespra,
I)fd'Da4dii A. B.W . h itefoord
James.H. Carlisc, A.* 'I. .Jev.A HI.
LterA. M., an~d 44n W. ShIjpp, A.
'B. fuirely. a goodly au.ry. The course
offtgdies is very tonuir.hemive; a hile'
Ne charges for tuitie: are quite 'moder
Wellearn also that a rehgiaous revival
hag been.in progts~ at Spartanburg fa
m~n e eks, andt,bIt eab. peut
ett etSeonert, ad av iined the.
Mftbbdiit and P e4tLia~ (hyrr,hs
tin~dg beil he cit7 in tie well, and,
h grstu der i te oa~ h1 Li and sa::
ing'th~ Ah"cues nap n)isde epors. both.
4f sinW- said ,conimis 'on- tovied the
putd ofd:: ca uni,ent a ith' all the 'indepen
deuce of .a trst-class PhiladelIplyia: - ood
Ofer. . ow hof Sawyes - I:a,op sa
er,"ind bh ,ed r~orugha his part wi~b -
.great'credL U Id: the' player on th-e harp of -
a thousand a nevr nmade ageb.asic
as was head ini. e. ha.lls of :he LeZislatuire
on* l reception of. .le l4ip intelligence -.
~fromi Washington. -. The corre. nden& of
thI harle-o- Neus y "h excitement
-ws-aya ndth gat.rLe4e on the
regdit of tie informa' ion~ of Abe.la:e made
upa Eshingtovfor the Fedi-al offices:in .
Soath asolia, -committed -bis'applicatlqzri
for theUoitad&ates-MarshalabIp?signed- by'
tiileGovernor,, the Judiges and inemfbers of
thaLigs'ltif,tothe fiames. The~ , ne ws-t
isithit"N " pmgu is ~to retain the of.fice of a
:natSWksMarshal,'Mr. Trott th Post-;
jnlastaraldp?: Mr. Geddings thfe oflee of
Eiaed,Sites Treasdrea,. while IMr.- G. W.
CLark is to be .mnade -Collector of Inter-nal'
Rkeveinue, Mr. L. T. Potter Colle -tor of thie~
'Pert p1 Charleston, Mr,. Herricek, Assessoc
bf kieenal Revenue for .the Tlr rd' (ongres.
siowal District, and a-number-oothers, ob -
noxions to tbje, party here inastled into
bther' Fedral offices. Those who fought
theihardest for the election of United States
Senators Sawyer and Roberts'on, are- 'to 6e
-efttoet in:-the cold. The propriety of hol.
ing jan indignation .neering early nen week,
and a4ing the present United States Sena-.
tors (9 resign, was very freely discussed
among the members of both Houses.
The "friends" are $aiclarly bitter on
Mfr. Sawyer, who, they-. .ay, has betrayed
the Irust reposed in. hb, and gonte over,
horse, foot and dragoons.
.MAnLVe-PE1ETED Mgr'rER.-The' atten
tion: of the public is directed through the'
-Postal Record,. to the following rule of
the Post-ofiie Department, which applies
to printed matter of-amy-kind v hich is
not so done,up-'for mailing that< .can
be throughly examined at the Post.office
where itiffrst deposited:
"Postmasters will 'charge 'and.collect
postage, at the 'rate of three cents for
each. half -ounce, on any newspaper- oer
periodical so marked or -written upon~ as
to give other information than that con- '
tained in. the 'print. --The sa'ne:charge
wilWe'mado when itis soclosed that it
cannot. be examined without destroying
the araper. . The ?amehpies'to'any
printeemitter which may be sent atless
Ther Legislatuma oftth# tate has ratiOnal
the Pifteenth arnendment tb 4the -Cmoatitu' .
tion of tie United States- No pne. -~sur'J
prised;-. . - a . '
Tho annual..earnings. ol the :washer
womien of the United Statespor said to
ainounat to $40,0'00,000. -
Some one has.horrified Piris by aylng 1i
that, in thirty yearsth~,egnte
beautifpl womn tere
A donrgmet of Court,
f'he Court of Sessions of the fifth Circuit,
Judge Rutland presiding, vice Judge Booz
er, Ia adjourned -on Friday last, about
noon, after nearly two weeks duration.
During this whole time, it was ,o upied
exc ively in the trial of the "newlfenfsa
chie." Not a single white man -was -pal
upon his trial. It was a Court for the ben
efit of colored pereons, from begianing to
-end--and how fond'the creaturesseejned-to
be of the amnssmea, except perhaps- those
who found themselves placed in thq do'oek
Murder, larceny-grand and petit--from~a
bale of cotton, down to a chicken-the
whole catalogue nearly of crime was run
throu4h._ The Jude.._"let the- w#ter--on'.
sonie of the "chaps
On Friday, after the- Session's. buMiness
was closed, by passing s(ihtences on the
convicts, the Judge called the Equity
Docket until the final adjournment on Sat
urday granting many-orders--of course'
At tlie'crose of hia labors, Col. Fair,.the
Nestor of the New berry Bar, on behalf of
the same, returned thanks to the Judge,
for the able, courteous and agreeable man-.
ner in which he had presided,-to which
the Judge replied, that the- Term had pass
ed off tery agreeably and pleasantly to him.
That he had found the people of Newberry
not so' bad as they had bren represented to
be, elsewhere-that so far as he lfad ob
served, ttey were a quiet, orderly and
peace-loving people. That he felt it due
to them so leave this testimony in their be
The following are the State caFes which
resulted in verdicts of guilty :
The State vs. Pressley Buzhardt-hog
stealing-sentenced to -twelve months in
Pressley Buzhardt-petit larceny, turkey
stealing-sentenced to six mouths in Pen
Patience Sheppard-petit larceny-fined
five-dollars, with costs. -
rhoma$ Mitchell-murtler-found guilty
of manslaughter, and .enfenced to seven
years in Penitentiary.
George Thomas-petit larceny-sentence
Borough Wadlington-petit larceny
sentenced to four months in Penitentiary.
Tom Lindsey-burglary---sentence sealed.
Mose Henry-burglary-entence sealed..
Jim Davis-grand larceny-sentenced to
three years in Penitentiary.
Drayton Dcuglass-grand larceny-sen
Abe Lyles-grand larceny-fined one
Richard Johnson-petit larceny-sen
tenced to six months in Penitentiary, or
pay a fine of fifty dollars, with costs.
Susan Epps-murder-verdict guilty
sentenced to be hanged on the. first Friday
Samiel Ronndtree-petit larceny-sen
TnE CaTTr,E PLAGUE.-In tbe March
number of-the American-Stdck-76urnal, is a
long and..vluable :article, by Prof. John
Gamgee, on the Lung flague in Cattle. .,Of
all the tAttle disdeases pleuro pneumonia is In
the longtrun, the, most destfuctive, becaust
he most 'insidions, and the leard likely; to
rouse 'a'people to united setiomi .for its ceee:
faal s'unpression. To igniore its presence fs;
howeve.- to.insure that the.eat;le -mortality
of Ainerlea like that of En.land, will. be at
least doubled in a few year's time. Eational
means, -eerigetic action. End earnest e&-op.
erations between t6e different States and the
central government may, with a moderate
expegIirure nqe ,safe many -milidus atnnas
afly In the not distant future.
There are at present no pioper restrictigns
on, tha-sale,f infected stock. ariddan another
leir of two, i?nIes sote dednite and ine
diate action be tak'dn,- she drNease is hIkely toi
fiud:ksjwy4n soimnv. parts OheC ebnry,
that its ezradicatton will be altnosta matter
-The-itorbii. ofteournat being 'extensive
breeders and dett-e in cattle.- have printed
an edition of over half a million copies, for
"gratuitous .distribution" amnong our Far
mers. WVe hope all will avail themselves of
this generops offer, and.se64 for: a copy. -
Addre, .N. P. B3OYER& C
2:rPurkesburg, Chester-Ud., Pa
.s TaUUY,3133.~hls is the - title of-a
imieen page minthy,,pubUsed in ,the gitti
sftttewr ork ,by l'3-nley, & Co., 7M Gold
stee, aspe ana . --
- .The obect.of Its.publietion,t is-to 'hit the
Iin's,, foflhes,frdumia,s, and iniquities of .this
corrupt egd,-polirktic;, religious and :social,
andi it must.be'admitted that the iealIty se
Ieeted-WM;w Yorp.aiILafford all the:tiatori'
al-abeded'ffth'ebrord fin hand.~ Ig it.thn
iles loud ad deep, ande tend -us - a-record.
evesry montht.;1'he paper before es Is fall oft
4,uwhi,e-tlye muitteripgs abouL repudiadion,
bid:that-pripar'ations bge madc foi- the coi
[hg slisi. .-.
' Fa enwa, Rran.-The March anumberpf
the,aoL.tAFxAuN . m-agcm - of typo
p-a he,auty,- ana is'filed with .an unusae
ally:h geo iimber of seasonable', and Intet'
ainspicles.: We are glad ito. see that
ITof'tl Cal-olina can afford sn'eh. a splendid -
sontribution to the agricultural literature of
ah day....Every farmner in tie South should.
mubacribe- to some - good agricultural
publication; and.we *now of' 'none b.ette.r
idapted to their. waints,:thai- the.:CinowuLA
PAMEa. Price, $'"M per .year. .Aaltss,
Wan. Ui.Bemard, Wiimington,'N. C.
THE NOU'TEkN Cut,IIIfAroR for Marh
Win..& W: I, Jones, .-ditors a'nd Propries
Qrs,st $2:per anpjam. .This steri6g pa%
psris always recelied with pleasure, its
page4 ever furnistning4bundant: Iformation
n ,ail matters relating -to' agricultpre, farm
econdty, &c. ''It is pure,if Sonthen1 and
tdmpted'to our- latitude and:therefore entited
o pedeipO adilbiral patronage. Anyonewant,
ng o hsrbe for. l can leave his -name
THE BARNWELL JOURtNAL, by, J. S
Shu.ck,.etr amgd jpepteetor, a new paper, a
~opy"of' which we find among our exchanges
: is week, is hand-.omety printed, and ably
td.Is ppeatranger isi .post :attactive,
tad' &'right as' new material anda skilful
york- ean:mnake it. W~e cordh.!lly enter this
iournal on the-exchange list 'and w'ish: its
miitor unbtduded,prosperity,: -
:'sxs' MUSICAL MoNTRI y.-The March
nittber of thif acceptable' monthly is to
and,aed as usual, is highly interesting.
rweary'.four pages of music are given: in its
which alone is worth the subscription price
if $3 per annum.- Besides - thls .liberal
Ltuount .of music, .the -reading- mhtter is
guite attreedive...-Published by J. L. Peters,
98 Broadway, N, Y. E
TH.E ANDEsON INTiLLIGEoCa.W. E
Valtershais disposed of his - inerest' in- the
kadersoa.,"'Intelligecrn ?o J. & :Clink-.
cales. -James A. tHoyt, the senior .partner I
tsd managing :Editor, retains his Interest.
)adr.best wishes to 'each. and -all -of these
|entlemnen. ' The "Intelligencer" Is one j1
smong' the highly esteemind of our exy1
Peters' "Palor Companion," for thellute'
riolin and Guitar, together with the Month.
'-Glee Hire" are both received for March.1
Mach of these valuable -tusical monthlies.
Kay be obtained for 63.a year, and they -ae'
lehly worth doQlbig the price. If.you wan$
mne or both send to J. L. Peters, P. O Box
429) New York. I: -.
Buaza's WEEKLY-~for boysa and gIrls,-]
omes to us in monthly term bound in.a tear
over. Ibis' charming paper for youta Is
mrnshed weekly or'fonr. numbers- montb ly
t't'2 pea annum, -by Jg W..Burke, -Macon,
'HAY4NA,-- MarCh 9.-Tbe -Vera CT-UZ
iteamer brings the following .advices :
legrete h'ad.bee routed and-only .es
taped %-ith' i -few adhierlents, Getiral
falo- was knled and tenny -rebelasif
ared.. Colonal 'Priets, who was impli
ated .with -Negrete, was ciptuired-near t
Tera .Cruz, taken .to tbat City~ and shot.
I'he insurr~ection .t Merida, in Yucatan,.
a . over,,, and the .rjrgleaders have been
thot: Bosee'radg"and Juares are frp
THE CIRCLE oF PRAYER CoNVENTION.
We call attention to the card of Mr. R.
A. Fair, chairman of the convention,
stating that the,various circles will meet
in this town on the: 24th iastant. Ute
der a.generatlrule of' the G. & Cw R#
Toad, iielVates will be'pa.ssed over tiis
rod for one'-fare, and it is. earnestly
hoped and expected that the representa
tion of circles will be full.
C. C. C & Co.-Do you C, reader? 0 I
y,-vor eeen, '04 se0Is , f'don't-von?
Yee,.bless yoQur lpupcent y -.thaais- just
whet we meati. Look-fd aftrof- Their" No
tices in this week's paper. They are well
supplied in Groceries, and -thugh out of,
the waj as to location'a visit down there
will repay you on looking as their choice
goods, and ascertaining their reasonable
PLEASE TAKE NoTIcE.-The season is
nearly over for shad, and when this great.
delicacy no longer can be obtained, you
will regret not calling on that Prince of
Fishists on Shadists, Lawrence Marshall..
Don't let a single opportunity pass by,
take a shad pvery time. Never nind the
bones, or the price either, there is nothing
compared to the satisfaction of eating to
choice a fish. His days now are Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday, three times
a wiek. Takejiotice, remember, and be
apR TELEGRAP.-The prospect for 'a
Telegraphic line of communication,
which will .connect' Newberry with the
outer world,.is looking up. Since. our
last mention of this subject, subscription
lists have been opened,- and stock to a
respectable amount taken. We hope
soon to report the sum subscribed suffi
cient for the purpose contemplated, and
a contract made for putting up the line.
The Geenville & :Columbia railroad is
actively and substantially enlisted in its
success. A new 'era is about to dawn in
the developement of a greater material
properity than our goad old town of
Newberry ever experienced in her pal
DENTAL*SRlrY --Dr. T. T. Moore,
formerly a citizen of this District, but now
of' he city'ofCuluinbia; we arevery much
pleasqj. to stat. has_re-opened his., Den
tal Rooms, and is now prepared to per
form in a scientific.;and; higby .acsepta
ble manner, any qrk in. his, profession.
It wil be -remembernd 4liat Dr. 'M"o're
lost by a recent fi,e.'ia Golumbia, .alf 'of
his stock ol fixhtes ni valbable instru.
ments, upon whigh: there ss' no- ilsu
rang,and w e agi,esd'fir.him a nhare of
public patronage,4 now that he is under
way.. ':We give AItm.oedt .fu the'etiefgy
ahr6 perseverane maniifi:tcf 'ince' that
misfortUn, and4 wl'h 11' ipn .'hi
cardI witll be fiou'dsaher.
P:sos r..-We~ hnd lhe j1aure hut
woek, -ofa visit Tfden .!r. ..J:G regg,
on 'of the gentle'n;..-n c~iuip ng wh-st is.
styled the Tauciuse .a:.lcL: ing C>wm
panv. -Mr. Gregg -reprC.sen ana interest
of.vasts import.inpe-a man ufacturing in
tei..aIan oneghigh is .de4ined- -to
w.nderfufly increase thle prosperity t$'
this State,. By. recent,*44 of the Legi,la
Lure,the Vaucluse ['Comipany is made
bAlypolitic and corporate in law, and it
on' remains fur tIhe. stocek ,erequird
50 O0--to be t.aken oli whdn i4. will 'gt
injo sucesssfpl operation.. Mr. Gregg.
informed us that over half -the 'stock is
al:eady suJbscribed, 'hehce 'enrl'y 'opers
tions sney ibe. looked for. '- Thts -'gentle
man.hbass Iktge experience' naudfac
tawes, gnd we-indulge the bdope "that an.
inerprise''f so nxtal' impoTtance' will
SE. DE TAiL.-A metnber of the Granid
fu'relates, 'that' during the .examina
tion of a case'State' vs A Sambo-indict
mcnt liog stealiiig, 'one of t,he "coTdred"'.
inquiired of a white brother '..the "nature .
of ths 'casos and received of; coiurae the.
reply, hog".stealing... Another. member
of the order negro, shocked at his broth
ir's ignorance,.and surprised ihat with
the'light before. him be couldi not see
andi know what it . was. without asking,
and to:'show -how"aplain was ithe Case,1
said;. "-hy- you igznamns niigger,' ddnti
you see-its fur a hog;2' and pointing ?0;
the . (brace) 'hich' separates the
aames from the indictmen't wiich'apis
yn 'the back of, the papk.; continued
'why nigger dar's de' hogs' tail itself.
Why dydisposed you on 'de grand jury I
s impossible .to cobijuncture. You doni't
freserve 'to bi so estinguish'ed'- and sar,
Ion't,tink anymore of sitting in de.bddy
>f tlie: legislature, which . you is been:
~ranspiring to." -
TBE:ltRY. S. LaEAR.-'liis eloque'
and christin mninister in his character.of t
sundaySebool Agent; for the Iethodist
~onfegce, filled.-his .appointmnent. fot
.his. sttipog Sabbath'.last, in a:highly
ecceptableg nd, we trust, prdltable man&
mer. .Although he only arrived' here 00i
saterday, and arithout' pfividus noie I
mis audi&nede both in the morning' and'
Lfternobo reregatif.yingly large.' Tn tie
nornid'fr.Leard's discourse was ad-'
Iessed ekpecially to jlifenfs, and we
lave ile1doiiiened.to 1one o recon,
tilities of parants and guardiathsof youth
iere more: clearly set .forth. We could a
iave listened .to him -the':whole -day
hough without weariness.! 'In'the after- p
loon Iheanumerons children 'in attend- '
tce; together with' their 'patents and 'a
tiends. testided to 'the interest whict ~
he gdibect'proposed-an, adfiesths o
liildren-Lhad cr-eated. ~This' address ~
ras di'red in a most Way' al~'
and claimed the parj)es an4 leased at
entian oat thlQkIe 44djnac^ -famp h
'ginirig td end. Theday's service will
long be remembered, and the influence
of Mr. Leard's teachings wili,-,we trust,
prove the seed which is sown 'in gooa
ground, eventuating in a harvest oTprofit
to the Gherch of Chr'ist.
Ovi FEMAI.E. ACADEY.-This commu.
ity may'v:1 be proud of ber Ac:demy,
and piticularly when it is remembered
that~but'a few months ago it was almost
a shapeless wreck, the habitation of bats
and the target for boys to throw at,
deserted and in disuse as ihol,ad..a.
monument of shane. A bappy "change
b,oieQ r;it. Repaired thoroughly,
and in some parts almost rebuilt, and in
active operation, it reflects credit on the
eaty ' cd ~ ro osed to restore,
-a'r i fi n h' n c'ontrihuted to
bring about so gratifying a result-a res
tortion 4rt" ruin a'nd silence. 'A' iltle
over two months ago, the plasterh'till'.
fresh and.damp,'and the repairs -still iir
pett unfinished,'it was opened, and to
day we havd the gr'atifying result pf a
fire class Fernaie Academy in full opera
tion aiti'prosperous condition,. with the
largestnmber of pupilsever accorded
a school "in this town. The principal,.
Rev. J. B. Hillhouse, in our jud,gment,
aid. the prespnt. result certainly proves
ft, is eminently fitted, for his . position,
while his.accomplished associates, Miss
Fannie Levell, and Miss Annie Hillhouse,
two amiable, intelligent and charming
young ladies, are just what we would
have them,:n ost valuable accessories.
In the department of music, the services
of Professor F. Weiber ae had, and
when .i said that there is to one more
coropetent, we only say that which
every' one acquainted with, him already
knows. . Take it all in all; our Academy
pecupies a 'proud position, and all the
adva'tages for gaining a thorough- edu
cation are offered by it. We commend it
to parents io.the district and elsewhere.
AN IM PoaTANT ENTEtPR.SE.-The mag
nificent success of the Autiu.ta and Gran
itevilte -facto ies hasii1:elled a number
of gentlemen- in South tr'olina and
Georgia to conibine 'somewT,at of their
surplus funds for the purpose of estab
lisiing a:nWW cotton iilL It is proposed'
to raise, by. ubscription, a capital stock
of $500,000, and locate the factory at
Vaucluse, Sou.th Carolina. Of the sum
propdse+l,'the' ainourit of $25O,000 has
ilrcady been conditionally subscribed at
theNorth, and there remains but an
equal. amount to. be" raised 'Southward,
if ord r to make.the enterprise a success.
We are glnd:to know that a-very hand
somec properti.on :af this has already been
pledged,, end nw that the subscr iption
books ure ope.ned at' the oftice of. Me.ssrs.
J'ohn J. Cohen.& Son, vre anticipate con-~
stant ideess~ioris,' so-that the mint er will
be prniptly' launihid. Thlough the
ea'itAl-tock in to bd~ $500,00(0, sixt&
per cent. only .wili be.called for when all
is sub'eribed, and the retudining forty
per" gent .in four. intalments. within
twiI;e mnioli Otit of t-hms capital it .is
prrpAged' to expend $400,00Q in - the
erdia~n of a miti. of 15,000" -spindles.
yhe Aug mata: thill 'ha., ~w beieve, '18,
e~ r.'fet.t" ahis to thow~ that,
th'o'h. nri. so) capacierus as tuit her (I
thes-e 'jlendid i'i.to:,ecy, the projected
rnill at - YaucZu'e will, neverLlthlss h e
one df considerable )mgniLude.
S2'auc.ww exw HER AL'.6TTro: MirsibN.
- 'or.thirt,yj.1ears; the :Advertise~ has'
been in'tIle h.ds of jhe Durisoe.familf',
lescening from fitfier to. -son. And
throiUfh all thiese years the same noble
inedevotehoman: as~ wife and mother,
aneedover thern ;"~and, through
theo4, bver it. That thie'.iibseken pros.
yei-try end-usefulridss of Ithis.pa'per hiave
seg~ pwing, in a very' great degree, 'to
lie high wrinioly chsa acer and always
prn.61.ing'inlueoge of tbis-goqd wife andI
'git'then' isi alldtbd her in this,
roind, ono 1hM:she'fuliled with. such
mntire faithfulness. i.4 ended. Mrs. Mar'
1. E. Duzi.i"e,; u'ife 'of' . F. Durisoe,
f.q, -and maoidsirv of ~our frien'd and1
lo laborer, D0,. R.. !Duiisoe, :Esq.,'- .de:
>arted this fi(e on Thursday mornting
ast... And sainted forever- will be her
Pemory ; for uSband, ..children and.
ieitihbors, ride'il with one accord, and
'call her blessed."
- . [Edgefleld Advertiser.
-AGEs 0 oTRE jREsiDENTs.-Thie young
st man elected.,residei4.of.tbe ,United
;ates 'is Genrieal Grant, wh-o' will be
orty-seven years.old7in. the 9.8rd of April
iext.' W~ashingto'nwas fifty'4.eveni, John'
idamns sixty-one, 'Thomas Jefl~erson fifty
even,wM.4ison; fifty-eight., Monroe fiftf -
'ight,.John Qaincy Adams': fifty-e.ight,
~nrew Jacksorn ovgr pixty,, Ma rtin' Van.
Or'eri fifty-seven, Win. Henry Harrison
ixty-*seven, J. K. Fol1k forty-nine,
~achary 'Tay.lor- sixty-three, Franklini
~ierce fori.y..eight, James Blochana:,six ty -
Lye, and & braham Lincobi nearlj .fifty
'ne,.when they: were elected.
Txz N4zw TGax Txma says the rea
an why Ptantatloti Bitters are so 'gener'ally
se4, is owing:to tae'fact, Ithat they. .'are al
rays'amadel up to .the original standard, and
t pure'-martdrial-4.1et the price be what It
rti.a r 'be "?Trlbune" just hits the nail on -
be -headct foz-Plantation Bitters are not only
tade of' pure material' but the, people are
id what 'they-are ina ' of',; as the recipe is
rrapped are,undeaeh;b6&tle.' Don't go home
MAGNoLrti WATaanSperior to the best
mporsed Geunnan Co:logne, and sold at half
CuzsrnaPrs.e-See the adveitisement of'
[r.J.T. Norra who,*bas : Ipyof tiiose.
atly elebrated White Chester Eig for
The drst..QAgrerly: Cpayfantion..ef the
Cicles of Prayee,*-' for the .present yeer
ril be-held hti Rebeityv Village, commenee
ig on Wedne&y,-the 24th of this hastant
S3 o'.elock,- PN.-K.
't is boged thatYull delegations' flom the
irlous "Circles" in. Newt,erry and sur
~unding districts .may lbe in attendance
pon 'this Convention. <
Christians of the different .Evawngellcal' de%'
ominations, though not membhers..of' ay
artelar "'Circle;" .are 'affedtionateTy in
bted to- be-prm'ent
Arethren, come up in the. spirit of'prayer
ad stpplIcation, and . a. gracious time.rifl
B vouehsaibd'ntlo us.
"Then they:thal; feared' the J~r,.spake4
f.ten one to another; anid tb o rdi heark'
ted, and hea'rgi it knd a bok of regem
unee was wattsfi before-him, for~ theru
mat feared the Lor*l;and that;thought it~
lisname." E.A.FMEB -
Chainnau of last Conventi0..
March 1'110 2'
MRS. ANNA 4MLIA SCCRRY, wife of Mr.
D. V. Scurry, and daughter of the late Dr.
C. L. Goodwin, was boca April 26th, -1889,
and died on the 17th February,'869. She
was converted and joined the Baptist Church
in E,lgefield, in 1854, and fur fifteen years
she adorned the doctrines of the religion
she profes.sel., Bentiful, cultitted, intel
ligent and much caresmed by a meek and
quiet spirit, she constantly gavt evidence
that she was a child of God. As a wife her
price was above rubies, and fully came up
to the standard laid down by the wise m:'n.
As a mother she was tender and affection.
ate, yet rigid in discipline. As a neigbbor,
she was ever ready to relieve the wants of
.tha detitute,-and..ed-s Connatding in
fluence with all in the community in which
she lived. But, alas! her place 'knows her
no more. She leaves a sad and sorrowing
husband, an interesting little daughter and
infant son to mourn her' untimelv death.
In her last illness that was long and tedious
she gave full evidence of a noble christian
It was my sad duty to visit her during
-herr entire ilIne.-s, and mnark the - trinmph
ot tle christian, -as:she approached the val.
y1e 'othe sliadow-oreath. Weeks before
she'ied, sh'e s-aid, she' aa perfectly re
signed,and theriahee etclalmed, Oh ! how
deligbtful.it is to: be resigned to the wl of
Go'd; She said, "I have' even maiy -wo
little chifdren:.t,oid, and..I have 'dme so
gradilly to death 'that my husband can.
bear it better."' 1 had fraquentiy road the
xxiii Psalm to her, and 'just before she
died, she repeated the fourth- verse, "Yea,
though I walk through the valley of the
shadow of death, I will- fear no evil; for
thou art-with ine ; thy rod and thy staff
they comort me.".-Her' last words were'
"Blessed Jesus." Thus has' passed from
the Church militant to the Church triumph
ant, this meek and quiet christian. Oh I
may her, entire famiy }oin her in that
pure and- happy land.
W. H. LAWnir.
'liEwBlinat, March 16.-Cotton dull at from
2- to 26 cents.
COLUrIA, March 16.--The sales ofeotton to
day amounted to about 80 bales only, at fair
Nsw YQRK. March 15-7 P. .-Cotton sales
900 bales, at:28}. Flour-supeufne Ste' 8.40 a
8.95; common to fair extra Southern 6:40 a 6:80.
Corn heavy. Gold 311. ,
AUGUSTA. March 15.-Cotton maret dull,
with sales of160 bales; receipts 262-middlings
26 a 27
HARLESTON, March 15.-Cotton easier, with
sales of 450 bales-middlings 271; reoe+pts.684.
'LIVEEPooL, Match 15- Evenifg. -Cotton
stead lands 12 a 12j; Orleani 12I ' 2;
sales 10, bales.
PRICES CURRENT FOR NBWBERY IAIT
CORREC 'ED WEEKLY.
BAGGI\G. r9d............,.. 27
BALE OP '........... ... a2
BUI'ER, - - '' ........................... i 25
BACON,.Hams .................... . 22a23
" Sides, ........................ a 20
" Shoulders...... ............ 17 a 18.
CANDLES, Adamantine................... 283a.25
".. Tallow................. a.12
COTTON YARN...... ................... 2,25
CFwEE....:...; ..................................... 28-a28
FLOUR................................ ... 9a 1250
GR1t.N, Corn.......................... ....1.40 tb1,60
" O ats..... ............ ............ 1.1 0
" Pea .... .......................,00 i-1,25
.W heat..... ..........'... ........... _ 02
IRON, Swedes .................... .- - . -9
LARD........................... - 2s6
LEA 1'aER, sol........,.. -4a5
" Upper................. 1
MOLASSES, Cubas.-;..... ...........'
New Orleans,,.....r. -,2
" .* olden /Syrug,.........,0
NA1LS ..............................8 a19
0If.;. Kerosine .............. 75 a80.
EQyA rOEs, Irlsh.par bbl...........7,
."..*Sweet, pr.ss.. ....,. 1,00
380.............'............ .... - ~1
SP..........................-. 10 al
SPIRITS, Brandy.:.........'.6 a'20,O(
" . Gin,.................*#a 800
~uai........ ........5.a 12b0
" Boui-bon Whlbkey. .4 a 5 00
Irish !..............10Oa 12,00
- "..Scth.....'.. 10 a 12,00
SUGAft. Crushed .......... 20 om
" Poderd,...'...u.. . 22
" " , Extra 0..... 20
ST ARCH,... .....,;....... 2
ro BACCO, Chewlngand Smoking 40 a 2,OO
hE ATS. ei M.ftoo ?ork......a210
IPOUL FRY, Trkeys . ......... 75 a !O00
" -Chickens........... 20 a 30
EGGS, per doz.-..-...............20
The Richmond:Wiuig says : The lif
af the late Rev. Henry.. Wise, Jr.
was insured in the~ New Jei-sey,yBenrfit
LW~Insurance Compsny for $20,000.
Ele took out the policy in 1857.
Owners of cattle are warned that. uless
bij keep their antimals from trespassing on
he premises of Mr'. IDuffie, now occupied by
ne, that I will confie thein at their' cost.
ly fences.-are in goo%d.brJer, hit- as the
utock coraplainued of,' are of the jumping
sind,.. I cannot ~keep them iout. *'ake ifair
M &rch 17 11 St.
Are "r.ov receiving a large.and splendd
Stock ofL .
[Vhich they inte.nd t~o sell 'at very sh6rt
>ro~Lg.so ats to give all a' chane to- get a.
ortin.' They are enlargintg these branches
f tiheir~ business, and expectc to k,eep a
nuch bdtter stock 6f
* An i Trimmings,
han ever before. They invite a spe"cial
xiamination of their'Sto'ck and prices.before
naking your purchases. They also have a
uice stock of
Gents & Boys Hats,
seIs Ld s, Boy8 &. Misses
Besides a general assortment of
* . .., Cutlery, &c., &.
Mareh 17 11 St -
I will.sellat pava,te sale, one. .ouse and
et in' tbg.town of .Ne.iherry,. containing
~ne acre, more or es,and now occapred
>y Mrs.-E. Dansby. If not sold before
ale day nert, will be offered at public out
ry. -T. M. PAYSINGER.
March hi 11 St.
By vitue of an order fr'om his' Honog,
leorge S. Bryan, United St3tes Dbio
jourt Judge,' as Assignee of th'e Estai ot
'h omas >Ellioer-Banki-upt,' I will sell at
rublie at*don, af, Newhterry;i C; H., &:..,
31 the -Choses in actiong belopging .to the
aid $"tate,.on blopdpy the. 29th Mar-ch,
869. . ' 'R- L. LUTHER.
At the SIGN of
THE RED FLAG,
C, C, IIIE & CO.
WhQlesale and Ret11.
c. C. CHASE & CO.
Fine Assortment '(e,Cakes.
C. 0. CHASL & Co.
Choice Seed Oats.
C. C. CHASE & CO.
na;, .Q .-CHASR1&OL
Bacon, con, :lacon.
C. C. CHASE & CO.
Peach Blow, aiid
Other Seed Potatoes.
. ( C CS 'AS & CO.
Mackerel an packag tr $uit.
C. C. CH ASE.&CO.
Mess Pork for ,
Family and- Pantation use.
0.. C. CAASE & CO.
Extra Liverpool and :
- ... CLAE &CO.
Fresh Arrival " ; -
Family Extra, and
C. C. CHASE &,X
C. C. CHAS
Easte and other: iay
C. C. C$ ASE CO.
Special attention called to
onT stock Sugar, '9offee,. .Tii
$uga Cured, Canvsesd And
oVher: HAMS. a
c..aO GoIAs & CO.'
~Don tforgt to call. beforea,pn.
eaing,elsewheore. We .rop t1 40
tddesold. .**. - -
M qhSign of thle Red Fag.
Respefuly.infPra thp LadI.4 o New
berry and ;YIPinit. thatdh sb .go,r im .
tore her Spriog aspunns qf' o -..
l'Q wh ih she a ltesattention and 4xa dit
Yb he ubsc$bs o&s a ui$ ioidii. Se
ebrated:WhtwGhaet iiga for'uaYe"wlil'1
are; enga, f.oo paperior to any vbi duh.i'
ever been,bropughto this distriet, a p~sp
nearly' obehalf4fthe cost ot.imporiaIg
and'tiow rddy&'deiely. -~
TheePi,gsr 86abeena * 1 hi
residene, en3? -,ie :South of r. r: BM
H,lfaerei, and four mitys fro bh4 top~
.~benig or,'l.etters may,ge,. d
m eatewery C. H.
At MANES & ATI8 je
listtofmG.I Kibler, Aschf, .sebaby
legally notified to.presorte the.same .og ge
bfore~ ilie 10th day of Apri next, es .
tilnent iir1l be'made qn sai'd'estata'at
time. Those who fail to present d 4F.e.
mand by that timwllhlbei* ""
D. W. T. KIBL,.Mm'n'-idt -
March 14 11 4t. hG
F'O PABZWfS MAR10
The sb.dHtiir wrill D ) beatudh
biar.9n Morl4y thefid o(May,-to vs.did
young ledjes who mayv wish, to goW DqYe*.
ort;FehiefWCole, Lenoir, No. .Qa.,..an
will accompany them~ to the Collegis whtI*
it.%R(af charge 'for his attton -Thb
place Df.meedng in Columbia silI batat a
birs. Saniet~ITow.send's rivate Board:.jg-.
loose, inimedia tely -over shiver's Store, am.
IIain Steet.~ Good accoinodatiots'lb
~he youag ladies -euuabe had t,here at;ratarei '
Rble rates Send to'the subscriber as Chqs& I.
er, S. 0., for Ciruars.
it.areh 17 4! 4t SAlit-DL LEAR~.