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NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wsaady lTing, larch 24,1869.
An Interesting communication from "S.
L ," we regret reached us just too late for
publication in this issue. We will take
pbsut+s in putting it in type next week for
the beneft of bur readers.
Onoe ore.-P1It Corn.
It is much to be feared that corn holds
but a small place in the mind of the far.
taer, and that the all-engrossing thought
Y~4.; L& certainly looks so. On
every side extensive preparations are
tauin'g-for-big crops of cotton ; the whoie
mind.seems to be occupied with this one
idea. Immense quantities of guano have
b br 6t into this district, with a
view to raise this crop; and all the ready
oe which could be made available,
haiien conve'ted into cotton fertili
sgerz, with scarce a thought for corn.
, jp.forer times; the mania ran into the
"aimnpolation of slave property, cotton
itsa.teldas large a place in favor as
o"but it was planted and raised and
:asld only to be converted into the inevi
sable negro; row the proceeds are put
_f%to guano. Now cotton is made to buy
'ano, and guano is bought to wake
utto~n,"anif a small portion be left, it
St.dilling up the corn crib. We do
4it4vfcate the neglect of cotton by
uy'teans,it would be folly to do so,
ie recommend and advise the plant
'i .of corn, and all the grain crops, to a
gegexteut. Let cotton take the ree
)l p laee, bread the first. If'the cotton
crop fails, or the price goes down, where
ilUbe money come from to u'y corn ?
Sbsjwill follow but insolvency. We
iritrptigration too, and what attrac
Sca the immigrant see in great cot
ton fields? he cai)not eat the fleecy staple.
hTber*spsedka certainly an uninviting
Eneto bim uand he turns away in . most
row the cotton fields of the
seek a country that gives
. something to eat. Plant
- R'fatnert aid plenty of it, and then
fttton'-o your heart's content.
s&M salaand the Columbia and Au
g Ba Railroads.
" a%am. ent this week will be found, a
saesdpiete statement of the litigation
between the above named roads,
'in.fi e'pecial attention to it.
tie'(netis at issue between theSouth
Railroad Company, and the Col,.
s mbla and AusWEaflroad Company have
~ g,saerqily misunderstood,the South.
"~~r~.,~hbbb'Company, with a view to
~in'~~E'oper presentation of both
b~#'sh&'eentoversy; retained a skilful
~m4iIj31r eottend Ike session of the15u
1~ Ci&ba the argument
'~W~gIstbUl~se, -la which all the Is,.
\ 04430s Companis wore, by
a___ps o(.the proceeding, brought up for
ethe court. The arguments of
for the South Carolina -Railroad
,nathese of the counsel of the
s~uubaad Auigusta Railroad Company,
- rcted'teour tesdcein the sup
-entering inato any commentary
emesasaf te many qu'stions
- armenkeo piassappear to
~Scasest the right othe Col
* A.Emta R.ailroad Company to
tbfra,but simply their right
es 3ft'pov the Taid of the South
21. Tha the g aUn of right between
4 SUa ea,IC~i uiever recdved judi
* eUm lb Coluia ab,d A uta RI .ilroad
bare appiopri totheir use
bhhweog..to the South- Carolina
yis madenbiel, for. It is not
Thelrlgt to do so is the main is
~ i~outhat.the eonrts have hither:o
~~~iysNet. So far as the comr-'
~~msimhre concerned, the mit,.
~~ betwecn them may lbe safely
the uldaccof theceoansel "learned
l whrepresent the respective
bn4 Fables Bat oarslde of these companies
t3ireaUathequestion is ofrgrave
~g~~ce~maheeoamiui'y at tairge. C:en
r take, land, build upon and on,.
auy le8islative grant or any
-'o autho: Ising the appropria,.
sajd wald ke-aseproach to the jurispru
see , eiized country if tLe rights of
pt~~eupon a tenure so i nsecure,
hVhue~vm~the rIght may ultimately be
~m ,thie e&mmunity are not perhaps
very deeply interested; but that :he right
- -as'4 As determiued, that the principle
~,~hruhe(uly at-d firmly estal:hished that
I&IUc.ananox be deprived of htis proper
1f. 0ab das process of law, is of the
~slmtetance, and Iti that view we call
artentioi to the present controversy, in
~tiet>apers show, the South Caro
Compaany has been deprived of
I~w9~q~andis now despoiled of it, with
sa~iy tornpaut- legal auhority having
6%'tEi thatt the 'Columbia and Augusta
amama-4=pany had the right to take It.
to the arguments wilt show
the questions ha.ve been most keenly
Jydiscassed. kt is due, however,
thsuhCarotina Railroad Company to
W W ttey endeavored to avoId the pro
- eid-#igaion by the propos.ition to refer
#4 h.eladaspate to aboard of arbi
of three. metmbers from
lid this proposition been so
~~ carried out In good fith by the
Columbia and Augusta Railroad,this lengthy
and ~zmr 'heltgaden might have been
- Itm his not. too late, we trust, for
*ilar coensels to influence the Columbia and
'Auguos Railroad Company, and prompt a
eedy. and equitable adjustment of the dis,.
Dezonat's XONITr..-This Is justly
esUed the 'queen of the Monthlies." It is
-h amI elwomai'5 magazine in Americs
-af3of gped, sound sense, and practical
Iiaiou.- I~t gives away money value in
e valable fall%sized p-stterns with every
.,es, ad contains a utine of interest to
-ewey .woman in i;.a "Ladies' Club." Put
Mhedait 838 Brondway, N. Y, 63 00 per
year. Send 15 cents for a specimen.
- Thu ArTurSzas GizETTE for March
Is teeived. I s published monthly. from
thme Advertising Agency of Messrs. Geo. P.
Rowe3 & Co., 'No. 40 Park Row. New York,
at 32 per annum; and is devoted to the in,.
terests of advertisers and newspaper pub'
Ushers, ad as such'Is invaluaLle.
Mizos Pracz, a home story written by
m. n 1Idair, and published by Messrs. E
I: Hale ?Sons., No.16 Murray-street, New
Vo,t. "Though the first work of thIs lady.
-uk wrlge In an agreeable and attractive
style, ad ezhibits an excellent taste. We
are indebted tQ the publishers for a copy.
The book Is for sale by Messrs. Dofile .
as ai-nan, Columbia, S. C. Priee, $1.50.
STgg espj~osz.-The Mlarchm No. of this
- valable piaper ts received, and its monthly
,g*btafgbed us'munch satisfactios, Its eon'
-'sntat being always of peculiar -Interest to
SRiIsv.J Baliore, Nd ,.ndise fby
Dished at $1 per annum. It is now only ia
Its fjurth tumber, but has already become
a prime necessity to us.
[For the Herald.]
The soft bright sunshine and the dowers of
The bloom of beauty and the voice of song,
Shall pass from us tith all the joy they
The flash of Wit, blithe laughter's stirring
The sparkling goblet. and the festive throng,
Shall take their flight and leave us all
The tender accent and the warm caress,
The vows of love that make us brave and
Shall fall away to utter nothingness
The days of trouble and the nights of care,
The clouds of doubt o'erhanging old and
Shall lift their gloomy folds and disappear
The untrue friend, the envy that would fain
Draw joy from other's grief, the slanderous
Shall lose all power to injure or give pain
ihe eyes bedimmed with toil and tears shall
The weary brain, the heart worn down with
In death'x deep slumber shall forget their
Miss MCCu.LOcI THE CARuOINA PRIMA
DONNA.-A few days ago we puhlthcd a
literal translation of an article of the
Courrier des Etats Unis in which was
found a most honotable mention of the
Aingit'g of Miss McCulloch in the opera
of "Iklisario." The critic particularly
praisel the precision and fluency of her
vocalization, the true tone of hercromatic
passages, and the crispness of her staccato
singing, and we are pleased to notice that
the press speak in a similar strain of the
manner in which the lady sang the tole
of "Berthe" in "Le Prophete," which has
just been successfuly produced in New
Yot k with a strong caste and great rich
ness of appointment.
These notices of the young Carolina
prima donna are particulary gratifying to
those have watched her career ; who have
observed the steadiness with which she
has pursued her studies, the pet sevet ance
which has enabled her to overcome many.
serious obstacles, and the gradual un
folding of the rich, ripe voice which is
scarcely yet in its ptime. Miss McCul
loch has improved her po;iti-n each year,
gradually approaching the leadership of
her profession, and it i< pleasant for us to
feel that the graces of her voice and her
artistic skill have but kept I a,:e with her
noble qualities of heart and mind. Miss
McCulloch :s as highly respected as a
gentlewoman as she isadmnired as a g'f.ed
cantatriee, and we cannot desire f r her
a greater good fortune than that which
she dhserves.-Charlestofi Daily News,
DISQUA I.IFIED OFFcER.-T'e following
is the Bill to enforce the Four teenth
"Be itcenactl 1 by the Senate-on-l House
of Representidts of the Umited States
of Amnerica i ? , '-,ggress assemibed,
Th)at whenever :any ler-son .-hall hold
office contrary to the 1910'o iions5 (if the
third section of the four teenith artcle of
the amnendier.: af the C mnsiitutio,n of
the United See!:, it shall he the dtyt
of the District , \t torne r- of t he Uniited
S(ates for the D) -i t in whic-h '.uch
person shall hold .d11 -e, as afo,resaili, to
p--oceed against -u h ; e,son by writ of
Quo Warranto~, re tr.iah'. t' t'>e C!r '
or District Court of the Untited States in
such District, w hich Courts are herehr
authorized to take jai'isdictiomn thereof,
and to prosecute the. same to the removal
of such person feornt '.llte ; any writ of
Quo Wi-rranto so b,rought as aforesaid
shall ~take precedence of all othier ens
on the doeket of the Court to whic:h it is
made return-ible, ad dshill not be con
tinued unless for n-u<~e proved to the
r-atisfaction of the Lou:t"
A C.-.:r: ~:,. -..-.\ n *' '::at ia Ne.w
berry p-- T~-a'-- to seo-l tie Newberry
Heral f (, o:ie year t-, :ll persons wiho,
withi sten; days~ f.om~ thie d:de of his a1d
vertis -.t, sh-*al punrc-i'se from himn a
bill of gds~ i> thi; :i., 'm:l '.' tienty
We co:n ien.d 'hi.. exa:n:,le of e-nter
prise na. ibera'y :o our Chester inier
chantts. I ''e--ri o ena~lel any one, w 1 o
m:liy dlesir,~ 1 to O,ti, t>y it,'. e will send
the Reporter -o -tt ti-n names furnished.
us, fur one ys-:.r, f r .' enty live d('llars.
Let someo oic., or mote, tryv it, and we
will gu-arantee' ; bat h.- or a b:-y n 'ill make
a regul:r ci s onwr - t tnr by; anid n ill be
reirol u:sed ten ti;n.-s ,ver, in legitim-ste
profits, before the na is noit, f,>r the
trifling outlay thus :tade.- Ghester Re
The mereb'ant allud,-d ter by the Re
porter is M. Lawrence Mar shall.
Ta: PARI;ONS REvoIRD BY PRESIDENT
G RANT.-Tihe Washinmgtoni correspondent of
the Baltimore Sun writes as tollows:
It will b>e recollected that President Grant,
imm:ediate-ly upon his taking offce as Pres
ident, directe~d that certain pardot s issued
by President Johnsoa should be revoked,
o~r withheld from the persons intended to
he pardoned in certain cases in New York,
Miassachusetts and elsewhere. Attorney
General Hoar has had this subject under
con.-ideration, and it is understood he de
cides that the revocation of the President
will not stand in law ; that rhe act of the
Executive was complete when the warrant
of peardon was placed in the hainds of the
United States Mtarshal or other offi,er, and.
that if the persons intenided to be pardoned
shall rot be released, that, upon Habeas
Corpus, the courts would rek are them.
It is seldo.a that we use the columns of
this paper to "puff" or notice the "thou
sand and one" articles known as Patent
Miedicines." We, however, vary f:-om our
rule in the present ease, th.at we may call
attention to the ar-ticle known as "S. T.
18i5ut-X , Plantation Bitters." We desire
it understood that we do so without any
solicitation or promise of benefit from the
proprietor or other interested parties. We
simply do it as an aet of duty towards those
who are laboring under physical disability,
weakness, ard the various comiplaints aris
ing from impurities of the blood. Having
used the Bitters at the instigation of a
f' iend, (and, we confess, with some m.s
givings: ;tthe outset.) we found them a
most valuable medical compound, and to
our great satisfaction, accomplished the
object, for which they were used.
MAGNOLIA WATEEa.-Superior to the best
imported German Cologne, and sold at half
RzIGS INYAIETY.-ThIe ring for belles,
the wedding ring. The miser's favorite,
the ring of gold. The fisherman's, her
ring. The boxer's, sparring. The ring
that pleases most people, the dinner bell.
A ring to please the deaf, hearing. A
ring to please the shepherd, sheat-ing.
The lightest ring, airing. A disagreeable
r ing, snoring. The most foolish of aill
ing~ prfnein =-earin.
LAaEK.-Sparkling and sharp, and
telling of a passage across the big pond,
from the fader land, is the Bremer Laget
a consignment of which has reached tht
hands of Messrs. Smith & Christian, and
a sample of which from their hands found
its way into our sanctum last Friday.
Hlome made lager is good, there is no
disputing that point, but this furreign
stuff will tike the last remains of that
well known "rig, off the bush," and no
mistake. These gentlemen will accept
our thanks in undiluted bulk.
SOUTH CAnOLINA LoAN AND TarsT Cox
PANY--Particular attention is invited to
the advantages which this Institution af
fords to p.rties who desire to Invest their
The ability to use such funds at short
notice, and at the same time to derive in
wrest thereon, is thus amply secured. Ex
ecutors, administrarors or trustees, also
ladies unaccustomed to the general man
agement of investments, will find this Com
pany a convenient.and safe depository for
rhe Directors are well-known citizens of
A HAPPY WoMA.-H ere is something
for the dear, delightful darlings: a hap
py woman ! Is not she the very sparkle
and sunshine of life? A woman who is
happy because she can't help it-whose
smile even the coldest sprinkle of mis
fortune cannot dampen. Men make a
terrile mistake when they marry for
beauty, for talent, or for style, the
sweetest wives are those who possess
the magic secret of being contended un
der any circumstances. Rich or poor;
high or low, it makes no difference, the
bright little fountain of joy bubbles up
just as musically in their hearts.
The Governor of Georgia sings. It is
said that his voice is discordant, owing
perhaps to the fact that he knows but
one tune, and sings btrt the one song.
The following is a faithful rendering,
(except the tune) of his favorite
Cuffee in'the jury box,
Cuffee back again
In the Halls of Legislation
Cuffee on the Brain.
Yes, I love him for his color
For the flatness of hissnout
For the perfume that arises
When Cuffee is about.
When I think of my dear cuffee,
Mr bosom lheavyes a sigh.
Lord ! I hope to go to coffee,
-Wheni I lay mue down to die.
THE FAssroNs. -Our streets now pre
sent a lively and attractive appearance,
the spring fashions are being introdneed,
and it is really good to be out on the
I e wak, occ:isional 7, 'f our principal
thorough fares. It is seldo,m that " e
get out fromt the printlng soap or lay iff
the harutss of work, hut we ntev6r di"
u'it hout being refreshed. Bless the
dear ladies, ho.a attractive they can
make themselve.e, and what odd con
::eits they can conitrive. We look, con
template and b)ecome l.ast in admit ing
wonder at the extent of their fanci-s
Would that a descriiption were pros-ii.lk,
that we might lay before our lady read
ets of the country a pen picture of some
of the appearanc'es as presented by their
inre fortunate sisters of the metropolis
.f Newxberry, but it is impossible at
present, we must wait and reflect, andI
study the designs so various and unique.
Our Jceems, who is in, tooth and toe
nail, for rail roads anid hotels granting
free pris ileges to the body of which 1 e
is an ingredient, saya that he has br ot
trying all along to bring the session to a
close, but the perverse fellows would
not li.,en to him. The idea of continu
ing in session so long, of doing so littl--,
and of receiving so much pay, is repug
mant to Jeemes' feelings; lhe thinks it
looks bad, but as he is in a helpless mi
nority, he grins and bears it, and ratner
than see it go into some one else's pos
session, will pocket the last red of his
p r diem. Take it all Jeemes, and hold
on too, while there is a button on Gabe's
coat, and if you can get a free pass on
the railroad all the better. Why not
continue the session till blackberrics or
huckleberries are ri;;e, that will give
the members a spell of rest wvhich the
arduous labors of the past months ren
der so necessary.
DID YoU SEE HER ?-We saw her but a
moment, yet we think we see her still.
We were leaning against McMetts' big
boot sign post, int a revery, lost in think
ing whether it would be advisable to
do it or not. It is not important to
mention what the doubt was. Some
one near said "here she comes, didn't
know she would come so soon," &c.
Had our friend said "he" comes, m e
aight not have aroused, but it was of a
feminiine he spoke ; and we are always
lively when the other sex are on the
tapis. We looked, and sure enough,
she was comting. It was Mrs. Ace
Spades! she had on a waterfall, it was
made of natural material-wool-and an
iamense one, it looked like a decayed
Drumhead savoy cabba if it had
any odor we can't say, ,' ~euld not
leave the support afford y the sign
post. We were agitated. Rapidly
glatncing downward, we saw that she
was in full rig, dress short in front and
tucked up behind, which displayed to
advantage numerous great frills, and a
pair of feet which would have done
credit to an antedeluvian giant. Shie
moved with the prevailing fashionable
air, had the wriggle and twist motion
with a trifle of the Grecian, and was
altogether unexceptionable in point of
fashion, for a colored 'pusson.'
The present week is observed by the faith
ful of the Protestant Episcopal ad Catholic
Churches as Holy Week. rho 25th being
Holy Thursday, the 26th Good Friday, and
The Messrs. Singleton are offering son
really beautiful dress patterns at remarki
bly low prices, if we are any judge in sue
matters. It would be well ho,%ever if tih
ladies call on them and make personal ea
amination, for we admit that no one ca
tell better than they can what is goo
and beautiful and cheap; therefore, our at
vice is, ladies, go and examine -for youi
selves These handsome patterns are ni
all the attraction either, for their stock 1
full and varied, both in dry goods an
fancy articles, as well as in groceries,
It is refreshing to look at the changes whic
have been made in the store of Lovelace an
Wheeler. It looks like a fairy's wand has bee
waved over itt a magician Certainly is ther
The large stock now in store shows to decide
advanta"e and regects credit on all conceine
butespeoially on the gentlemanly e'erk. Mr. Casi
who e bump of order is so happily developed
and who has wrought a change so attractiv4
He is the mat in the right place, and he keet
everything in its place and in the most tast
manner. An examination of the large atoc
now in store, cannot fail to please.
Messrs. Wright & Coppock are now oner
ing, (and we aie glad of it on account <
the ninny half clad and seedy individual
in town and country,) an elegant stock <
spring clothing, for gentlemen's and youth
wear, and we advise our readers to go i
and replenish their wardrobes. Throw o
your seedy clothes, good friends, and ador
yourselves in Wright & Coppock's besi
One hundred and .ixty thousand dollar
worth of goods at the first-class dry good
house of R. C. Shiver, of Colmbia. Pei
haps no where else in the State can th
public want be so well satisfied. A visit t
this immense establishment should be mad
by every one .while in that city.
Shoes for everybody are to be found a
Messrs. Abrams, Griffin & Hargrove's Sho
House, and Mr. Metts the manager inform
us, that their Stock of ladies shoes are aheai
of anything ever brought to this market
This is decidedly gratifying; we do love s
see the ladies well booted. nothing adds s,
much to their attractiveness.
Have you laid in your Fertilizers yet? i
not, try some of Woolsto'i's Ammoniatei
Bone Phosphate of Lime, which has th
guarantee ot being as good as the Solubl
Pacific, Messrs. Wiskeman & Wilber ar
the agents for its sale, and also for othe
fertilizers. Call on them.
TI.e Commission House of Geo. Gaithe
& Go., Baltimore, is represented by C. C
Chase & Co., by whom cash advances will b,
made on consignments.- Exchange of
Baltimore, given at par, and orders re
eeived for fertilizers.
Do you want good clothing, cheap cloth
ing. and clothing that will fit? Read Swaf
field & Co's. advertisement. Their large ant
elegant establishment in Columbia, is fille<
from centre to circumference, with ever:
style and variety of make and pattern
A fresh supply of Bacon, Sugar, Coff!e
tobacco, country cred shoulders and sides
&c.. are just received at R. Mourman & Co'
Store, on Mollohon, and they will be sold a
satisfactory prices.. For proof of which, g<
there and make a purchase.
W. H. Webb, has In store a large and va
ried Stock of goods, all of which were -bough
at a decline in prices, and which will there
fore be sold at low figures. He invites ex
A cordial Invitation is extended to the pub
lie, by Mir. L. R. Marshal, to call and sei
him. We rather thin:k o'nething impair
taut Induces te ca!!; h'y a:ll means go a:11
sec what it is.
Do you wa&nt b:tr 'ai.i ?. of coturse you do
well go to [lo:ton Mat hlalfs, tunder the hr
tel. His late purc.h.se- n t Bankrupt's'- s:a'
have n rrived. an!.h can sell at low fig ire
for eash Trv 1,in'.
Corn at $1.35 per bnasi.el, hae'~ included, I
a new thing undier the surror ." -~xberryv, an<
we point our finger wilt tio I.;l pr'de rt
Mlessrs. Carwile & McC':ingari.: atn:t say thea
are the merr, and .ahebs the e rn
A iarrie ic jiust i:a reeipt o' an lage ini
moice ofi FlIour, E. d4e, Sig,. , (;ofTe.-, ant
orn. A l-o, ani elepuLzt n.ri.. oif Millit
flled wvith j:iet stidi a sw-'. : m >d< ;a th<
ountryv'needs, atid a egall on i ima is r.2
Messrs. Mav-et .t Martin hav-e jus.t receivead
utpp'ly of fresh, fl.e Meal, and as every bid.
nts some, an early call is advisable.
NEwnRY, MarCh 28.-Cotton easy at fror
24 to 25.
NE~w YORK, March 22-7 P. M.--Mon ey short
at 7 Sterling dull, at 8). Gold 81. Cottoi
tatady, with sales of 2.200 bales. at 233. Fla.ur.i
hade easier-State supe-rflue 555 a 600.
AUGUsTA, March .22.-Cot:on market mori
vctive, with sales of 28> bales; receipts 150; mid
4 ings 26j.
C AnLEsTzow, March 22 --'otton ma;ket d ul
and n minal, with sales of 125 bales-middlinz.
7*a27k; rece-ipts 542.
H AvazA, March 22.- Suaar slightly advar ced
olfers ask tatill higher figures.
LIvERPoLt. March 22-t".vening -Cotton ra
ther more ative-uplands 12; Orleanis 12j; sale
PRIJES CURENT FOR NEIYERRY MARKf
CORIREC FED WEEKLY.
BAGGI\G, per yd...................- 2
IA LE ROPE, "................. 10 a2
BtUiR, .' ................- a 2
BA4ON,' H ams . ...................... 22 a2
" Sides ............. a 2
" Shoulders.................. 17 a 1
CANDLES, Adamantine.............. 2a 2
COTTON YARN....... ............... 2,2
CH EES.................................. 25a 8
COFFE.............................. 2 a2
FLOUR................................ 9 a125S
GR.A IN, Corn....................140 to 1,5
" Oats.............................- 1.
" Wheat................--....... 2,0J
N DIGO.................................150 a 2,0
RON, Sw edes........................
LEA tiBER, Sole..................... 4' a 5
" Upper................ 7
OLASSES, Cuba................ 7
" New Orleans,.......... ,
OI, Kerosine ..................... 75 a8
POTA tOES, Irish.per bbl............ 37,'
"Sweet, per bus.............1,0
SALT, Liverpool.. .............. 3
SPIRITS, Brandy..............6o a 20,0
" Gin.................. 5 a8,0J
" Rum ................ 5a12 0
" Bourbon Whiskey.....4 a 5 0
" Irish...............10 a12,0
" Scotch..............10 a12,0
SUGAR, Crushed ............... 20 a 2
-" Powdered ................ 2
" Coffee C................. 2
" " ExtraC....
'' Brown.................. 1
SODA................... ..... 12a 1
TOBACCO, Chewing and Smoking 40 a 2.0
Vinegar............ .......... 75 a1,0
ME ATS. Beef, Mutton, Pork.......S a 1
POUL FRY, 'Turkeys. ...........75 a 1,0
"Chickens............ 20 a ~3
EGGS, per doz................ 2
The first Quarterly- -Convention of th
"Crces of Prayer," for the present yeaa
will be heldl in Newberry Village, comment
lg on Wednesday, the 24th of this instani
at 3 o'olock. P. MI.
It is hoped that full delegations from th
Yarous "Circles" in Newberry and sur
rounding districts may be in attendanc
upon this Convention.
Christians of the different Evangelical de
nominations, though not members of an
particular -'Circle," are affectionately in
vited to be presentt.
Brethren, come up in the spirit of prayt
and supplication, and a gracious time wi
be vouchsafed unto us.
"aThen they that feared the Lord, spak
often one to another; and the Lord hearki
ced, a nd heardit, and a book of remem
brance was written before him, for thei
that feared the Lord, and that though t up)o
his name." . R A FAIk,
Chairman 'of last Convention
March 171 10 2t
GEO, R, GAITHER Jr, & C01
COMISSION MER iJ\TS,
No. 4 Camden Street,
d Liberal Cash Advances
h made on Consignments.
R Ieprescnted by
C. C. CHASE & CO.
March 24 12 if.
Exchange given at par on
k Baltimore, parties paying for
C. C. CHASE & CO.
S March 24 12 tf.
L. R. MARSHALL.
2,000 bushels Prime Corn,
e at $1.35 cts. per bush
15 barrels West India
10 bbls. New Orleans
200 Sacks Salt.
For Sale by
CARWILE & MCAIIGHRIN.
March 24 12
Orders for Peruvian Gu
ano and other Fertilizers,
will be filled promptly.
C. C. CHASE & CO.
March 24 12 tf.
A Spl 2did Assom R of
Conisistin.g of all1 articles known in
.this Line, such :as
- Ribbons. La:ices;
Triming.and a variety of
FANCY ARTICL ES.
A:! of which wil !.e made to order
p~romtiy, by ''ailinig at thae store
of A. HARRIS.
Mreb'c 24 12 if.
FROM NEW YORK,
And will be sold cheap.for
40 Barrels Flour -
S10 Barrels Moulasses
10 Barrels Sugar
,March 24 12 A t iRI
400 Bushel:; (Crn, at $1.371
per bushel. A. RHA RRIS.
- March 24 12 ttf
3 All persons holding demands against the
Estate of Henry Summer, dec'd, are hereby
s notified to render in the same according to
Slaw, to my Attorneys Messrs Fair, Pope &
SPope. at New berry, s. C., on or before the
S frst day of May next, and all persons in
) anywise indebted to the Estate of Henry
SSu~mmer, deceased, are hereby notified t'o
5 make payment of dhe same to my said At
a torney.. FRANCES SUMMER,
SMnrch 24 12 6t. Adm'x
0 Pusun to an order fronut the Probate
oCourt of New berry, I will sell at public out
o cry at Newberry C. HI., S. C., on the 15th
day of April next, the followiing personal
oproperty of Henry Eum:nier, deceased.
A Lrge adValuable LawL
5 Office Furnitur,.etc., etc.
o A catalogue ot the above may be seen by
0 applying to my attornies, Messrs. Fair,Pope
0 & Pope. FR.YCES SUMMER,
0 March 24 12 4 Adu>inistratrix.
0 -- _ _ _ _
2 STA TE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
o NEWBERRY COUNTY.
0 By John T. Peterson, Probate Judge.
7 Whereas, John F. Kibler and Jefferson A
5 sligh, having made suit to me to grant them
5 Letters of A dministration, of the Eetate and
0 effects of John Jacob Kibler, deceased.
0 These are therefore to cite and admonish
0 all and singular, the kindred and creditors of
0 the said deceased, to be and appear before
0 me, in the Court of Probate, to be held at
0 New berry Court Hlouse on the 6th of April
next, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew
cause, if any why the said Administration
should not be granted.
e Given under my hand this 23d day of
-,March, Anno Domini, 1869.
John T. Peterson, P. J. N. C..
' March 24 2
"For Sale by
MA ES & MARTIAM
1869. SPRING 1869.
ABRAMS, GRIFFIN & HARGROVE
Have now in Store an elegant
4 & aefeie'
GAITERS & SHOES,
For Spring and Summer
wear. of every pattern, make and material,
which have been selected specially for this
market. and we invite particular attention
As we deal exclusively in this line, our
Stock embraces a large variety, and too, buy
ing as we do, in such quantities, we can af
Sell as Cheap as
ii Call and Examine our Stock
and be convinced.-iA
We return thanks to our friends and cus
tomers for the very liberal patronage be
stowed upon us in the past, and respectfally
ask a continuance of the same.
March 24 tf
BOUGHT AT A DECLINE !!
W. H. WEBB,
Having just returned from
the North with a complete and general as.
sortment of Goods, such as
Boots and Shoes,
Fancy Articles, and
Takes pleasure in calling attention to his
Stock, which was purchased at a decline in
price.and which he offers at correspondingly
The,e goods need only be seen and priced
to convince any one as to their Saperior
quality and cheapness.
Speci d1 attention is called to the large ya
riety or Ladies aind other Shoes, manufac
tur-ed expressly for bhim and stamped with
his name, and which arc warrainted in every
respect. Call, examine and be convinced.
W. H. WEBB.
Mrche 24 3mn
OFFER FORl SALE,.
Bone Pho8|phate of Lime1
Guaranteed to be as good as the
Soluble Pacific Guano, or any
They also receive ordiers for
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
NMargh 24 13 Irni
We are now opening our
Spring and Summer Stock
Men's, Boy's & Youth's
We feel flattered at the tr any expressions of
hall enteavor to please o ee tcuar. We
from cu dealing excl usively in our line ad we
will in every instance, extend this advantage to
our customers. Respectfully,
WVRISMT & COPPOCK.
The larest numbr ad the greatest varit of
March 4 12 4 W RIGU HraCOPPOCK'S,
Gents Dress. Boots and
Sho ofm*est make.9 ls,for plantationwear,
March 20 I2f WE.iG' & COPPOCK'S.
Trunks, Valices and Trav
elin Baa-. in great variety. Call atPCK.
If you want any article for
Gent, Youths or Boy's Vear, call atOKS
All persons are warned aor:inst hiring
Arthur La-ne or his wife, (formerly be
longing to the Johnstone estate,) with
out my consent. Said1 people.arc under.
contract to me for the year. and have left
in my debt. Any one hiring them with
out my- con.sent, n,id withoit first pay.
inig their debt, will he prosecuted to the
full extent. D. W. BARREJ.
mar 24 12 St
R. Moorman & Co.,
Have just received a new supply of
Bacon, Sugar, Coffee, Salt,
Syrup, Tobacco, Country
Cured Shoulders & Sides, &c.,
WVhich they propoce to sell at sauti4factgry
ptices. They 'reet-ive~ new suipplies every
week, and invite an euamination of tlieir
er,,.. Ma re.h ->1 1-+ r
To be had at
R. He. Marshan's,
In Goods Bought at
Consisting in part of
Coffee, Tea, Molasses, Ho's,
Spades, Saws, Rakes, Skillets,
Fry-pans, Pot-ware, Ropap
Shoe-thread, Blacking, Sifters,
All of which have been bought. Cbeap, and
will be sold LOW DOWN. -
*At R. H. MARSHALL'S
March 24 12 tf
1869. SPRING 1 0.
We beg to advertise to the public ou.
bTOCK OF GOODS-an fresh and ";irw
for this spring trade. The stock eoati
$160,000 IN DRY 000D,
Which we offer as cbeap as any hous Bo
of New York, and as to VARIETY, .
NESS i ELEGANCE, we are at the bad.
Nothing belonging to a
First-class Dry Goods B0*11
Our Whelesale Deprtteft
IS FULL-Prices as LOW and sems .as
GOOD as any Southern market.
R. C. SHIVEL
March 24 12 1:.
We have received one.PELlr
of the aibove Goodls boughbt .e ah,a *
will be sold at a smali advance -
Country dealers supp$ed,, and .pey
guaranteed AS LOW as any hams safr
New York. -
We keep the bet fitting Shirts that ase
nmade All the inte styles of Frenchb- -
mercs for custom work.
March 24 12 tf.
H aying just returned from -CbadI.
am prepared to ofer-to my friends end-s
tomers a full line of all kinds of godds, such
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Hard Ware. Wooden Ware;
Crockery and Tin Ware,.
Beau regard and
.Bridles, Bits, &e., .&c.
Together with the most popular ?2 mla
other Medicines, needed for plantatius as.
1 think my stock is the meet Omse
kept In a country store, and all of
pose to sil at SHOar PROmSmny~
are trifling. My motto Is short
quick sales. J A.
March24 12 2t. Near Passaulaa 8.C.
LOAN & TRUST COMPANYs
Authoerizedl Capital, five lills. - bl.r
PRESENT LIMIT,-.-.-.-.-. IEWAN.
TIHE OFFClfOF THIS COMPANY IS O)W
opened at No. 19 Broad-strset 4SouthMesman
Ballroad Bank) for the reaeipt of hal
count on Paper, Purchase and - al
ohan and the tranasotlon of'a Genema
atert alowed on Pe p esb, erms es- -
tablished by the Board - . , - -S
WeC. Bee, of Wa. C. Bee bC.A.8 SJbha.
ston, of Johnstou, Crews &Co.; -et --ur
Robt Mare & Co.; W. B. WHIrama. ofW ...
Williams & Son; E. H. Frost, oEfPrst-A.
L. Bamist , evest & it;C G. T s,
of. J. Kerr k Co.; . D. Men,tJ Dl.
ft Co; John -C.mps-a oftCamgssa Ce- .
Cald well, of E. ft. A. P. Caldwell; W. i. Ry
s'n, J. r'. Welsuan, B. O'NeII, J.3J. Greg,
Graniteville, 8. C.
For further Information. addres
rHOS. B. WA RING, Cunsiw.,
Charleston, S. C., March 12, 189.
Persons who have not appeared - de
nsor in townships No. ,9,10 41 a
Post Ofmce at Newberry C. H., until t
A pril, after which time the books will be demd,
mnd dlelin4uents will be double Tazed.
5. P. KINAR D.
Marct*4 i ~ . K. xIweIMOISe
Persons whio have filed to r ebre
fbr the purpose of asesigi
Townships Nos. 1, and 8, are
elde m bdGeon the dirst ofApril, ad4 e
HdquntswiHbE then double Tate
W. W. JIOUSEAL, Asse1ge.
March 24 12 1.
Horses ?'or Sale.
We hacve tiro splendid -Horses .fhr ase. aq - -.
t'rv re-.'ofl4be prices
-Ia)veLrC v& 2,Wnswr e