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Wednesd tM g, Jnn'y F, 18W0.
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Rule for 1870.
Cash In advance. Yes cash In advance
foi subscriptions, transient advertisements,
obituaries, personal notices, and all chnrac
ter of job work.. Our books are crowded
with little - nmounts-clanrges made to nc
commodato partles who yegged Indilgence
and prainlsed to call and settle soon. It can
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item used In printing, and must havo pay
for what we do. Don't ask indulgence any
more, dent filends, but bring, or send along
your cash. That will be the open seanmo in
futuro. From this week we strike out all
subscoriptions as they expire, of good men
and true men too, and mean no offence
either, all we ask is that if they want the
paper they will pay for It, if not we
have no more to any. We are tired of mak
ing these little dunning notices, and our paid
up readers are tired of it also. We don't
want to make "hein loreafter, therefore the
rulo for 1870 Is cnsh.
Our Stock Quotations.
The great, fluctuations and uncertainty
of value attending the commonest seen
ritles sincy the war render reliable and
regular quottion$,,of great interest to
the public. We are therefore glad to
announne that we have mado arrange.
mnents with Mr. A, C. Kaufman, of Char
leston, to furnish us with weekly re
ports of thoac securitics or most imnpor
lance to our renders. Mr. Knnfmwan'si
quotations of Southern seeanrities ap
pear regularly in thne Finauncial G hnronicle,
and Wail Street Journal of New York,
and tihe Charleston Courier, three of the
ieadiafg iancial andI commwaercial papers
of thins enutr iy, am(1itmay lhe dc eended
on ans strictly accurato for the day on
which they are made.
In again in session after its Charistmias re
eass ilutlnes donwo so far is unlimportant.
hills for tha'protection of migratory fish; in
relation lo license and registration of phar
mniccntis ta, &c; to iwncorporate various socR.
ties and compaaniles, religious and otherwise,
to authorisoe.ndiniistrators,- executonS and
other'lldneiarJca to sell eertnaiu evidences of
indCbtedness at public sale, nila to comupro
misc ina certnin casea; to dlesignate oficera
by wh64m sales order-ed by the Cous of Comn.
mon Pleas, nd,Judges thereof, andi( of the
Courts of Probate, shall be made, and for
other purposes; for the appolatment of fish
comsmissloneral joint rosolutlion piuthiorit.ing
tha.Governor to appoint an agent to con trct
for labor ini each county of the Stie e &c.
&e., and petitions to incorporato .lwntne,
rable dro companies. .and among themn.;zo
"Newi York" ilose Company of hionufort, to
look Into the yarlous grog shops of the stato,
to ereet a danm at Skull Shoal, and a turnpiko
read throuigh 8assaft.as gap, have been pre
. ur old monnaini friend tihe Carofina'Spar-.
ten eQames to us in a new dress and improved'
fprrp We are pleoased to see it thuws, not on
ly because of its exceeding worth, hut (or
memory's sake. Twenty-one years ago,
pommencing our travels from our boyhoods
henho, twe journeyed from the seaboard to
this same mountain region. Spartanuburg
was our destination, the Spartan out- article
of faith. MVoli do we remember our induc
$lo0' the number of owns set up the first day,
ii. oot staihling galley filled out, the Won
.der di old .41o6s" r 'dad' Evans, who by the
way is8e4 ;i.pai't the concern, and tihe on,~
ly part romataningof the old-time, except per
Jaaps a cas or two of typo which still does
tood' erivic. 'Oh deart, whn[~ a host of rentin,.
ge9006, 'crowd in dnd ons us. The first Sian
ths t re, ontwdet&white hat. with long fur,
w'i6ogl aneen train brigh t cjes
*htiAlose Spuartinfa'ggirls lileti otir f1j
pro t6o and ol.!) a4 aI
eonn lt6,il I,sartinit
(9 ab mo4 hu Ae fsubscribe o 16the
X I qoAjry,pi T gMuntab r coin.
.gabspgjption'19 j4jm ntalno dg,9A per
pas Sbt.ted a large and paying list fih.
t~not A ahi,xcellonco, Dr.
ie edifor, and wej ned ay in mora
kilns was installed pasot of Luther Chapel,
at this place. The services were conduoted
by Ite , 1Ilo ,',who was assltod by
1Rev. l1>1 ltd 'J3olnest. Dr. I1ioks
prone a l out n at et
noble .I ild , i lss W tlb i6 p A
rich ve of Insp atio4n ,ll. themi s
lappily rprprl t ev,. sp %r.
p o4et) int':a oet, die lict oarned j'&td
impassioned mannet to unfold the thread
of his strong and beautiful argument, and
introduced many clegant and original figures
of speech, from an exhausttess "universe of
thought, clothed In the lovely vcatueo of
a pure and polished diction. ientences
that fell upon the mind as comes the gentlest
murttuhigs of an lItant'a joyous speech to
a miother's heart; and anon crashing through
the crusts of skepticism, doubt and apathy
with a boldness and beauty of conception
that pierced the heart. lie spoke as one
who felt the maceration that a life of severe
and simple, faith imposes ; as one who,
standing within the dooper shadows, sces
the purer light of tie upper heights ; and
told the wonderful story of a life built up
on the base of humility-a pure, wall-do
fined, genuine humility--which esteeming.
itself "less than the least" stoops to men
and things of low estate, and seeking not
its own, reveals its riches through poverty,
and its power through impotence ; and
finally discover. Its triumph through its
trials and its tears.
Dr. Hick's style pleases us much--we
might say that we are en rapport with it.
It is ma-rked by action and earnestness as
well as by grace and culture; and action is
needed now to'sound the deeper depth of
lulled consciences. ii is not shaokled by
common mlediumns of expression, but strikes
out into unexplored paths with rapidity
fluency and boldness. Ills language is
aflluenlt, prolfic, brilliant, p ignanto and ita.
cile; and there is a certain dalliance so to
speak, with the "winged coursers of ie
mind". Iils emphitic and suibordiinate sen
tences are alike rendered with faultless orato
ry, and trope and figure, tever involved; but
always in harmony. lie elaborates his dis
course with the richest fruits of thought.
The power of the speaker's sterner senten.
ces is erfnailid by the persuaaive sweet
ness of his declamation in his devouter pe
The sermon, though direc-ly relating to
the sacred tunctions of the miinistry,-to
the trusts which bind pastor and flock in
the purest bowl,- to the imperative claim
which the pastor has upon their most gene.
rens hospitality, to the end that he be a
man of ono dnty,--.and finally to the awful
responsibility which he sustains as an atm
bassador for Christ, in their behalf,--.was
aglow with words that were electric, words
that startled and instrioted, and encoraged
and cocered all who heard thon.
Thmn interesting services of installation
were ended by the administration of the
Dr. Ii ieks preached in the afternoon at
Aveleigh (Presbyterian) Church, and it
night in the Methodist Church. Ills after
noon sermon was a finished expositioij
npot "J'tsttfication by faith." The speaker
was ftielctot: it lia remarks, anid gav0
seine happy hioughuta about experimntal
religion, the otreness and tinity of the
ehu-ch, its broad,catholic sweep of brother.
11(od(, a rd us finral andi glo riouts tri hamph.
"'All ouf the past is living sill
All that is good anid true;
Tie rest hiatli peirihedl uandi it dId
D)eserva~ to peiish tnn 1
The~ world rollsa ver round amid roundl,
Anid ime rolls ever by;
Arnd thie Wroiig is ever 'rooted.un,
tt te 'Truth doth never (lie I"
Dir. HIckk's evening sermioni wats detlivered
for the benefit 0of tihe younrg, and1( was re
lete wih rorcible illutstration:\ clearly
defining the diverging paths of life, and
pin~tinig the young and teinder heart to the
grand exegesis that purifIes (lie life Chat
now is and glorities the onie which is to
We regretthiat we failed in our last issue
to mention the interesteing fact that on nab
b.ith before last Rev. E. it. Miles, who was
r-ecently ordained by hiishtop D)aii at Ctm-i
den, ro enter upon0( Parochuitl dut.ies here,
precachetd hi initro,ductory sermon befored
the consgregation~ of St. Ltuke's Chitrch, and
that alhkough the weitther was most incle
ment., (lie youthful .pasttor wita greeted by
quite a respectable congregation. Hie wasi
haitr-odnetd to *it'tharget by at; abhd and
iHtse, whio amrong oter thinehey r-umarks(,
spoke of the greait itend of "mity of nt-thon
and individutality oif effort" in the benutrtidl
latbot' of love--at home andt in the chutrch
--and of the signal hniportance of imipresa
lug the youtthftul muembhers with stuch truths
and ectunsel, hnstrtuction and advice, in
the services of the sanictuiary, as shall
qrtait'y themi for the dutties which sooner 0or
later mutst dlevolyc nipon thiemi, as the older
memberr. oneo by one go upon that "lbournie
whentce there is no return." TIhis is arn lin
potrtant thiouttt and shotuld have general
it Is that we were niot preosent to hear the
maiden sermon of the youthfttl pastor of
St. Lukea,for we learn that his themite, "Great
er hove t'ian this hth no tmtau," &c., was hian
tiled *ith critical atbility, atnd evinced a high
grade of satcredl sehiolarship, ant acqtuaint
antee with the wvorldi of letters, and( a kntowi
edge of the work(ings of thie hmumant heart.
St. Lukhe's Isa now -conifortably fitted up,
anid services may be expected twice a mtontht
by its pastor, who wiiJ be asaIsted one a
tuonthi alternately by .1tev. Meas'ts.;DttBoso
atid 1NWJson Capers. On utext Suniday Mr
Miles will (D. V.) hold Divine service, on
wyhich ocentsiou ti1 public Me gordially Th'
dted to atftnd.
T'he [.ntstit hlortad adinounces th~e death
;f Mr. T. d. Wilkes, an old citizen who died
uddonly of apoploety on thte th last. Thin
ini popet' pot ices a tb t N ik ty neg'roo,
SIaU~s N hthh-bu4% N "lhestor,. on
. Ot my*0ibt4a i t 60pnh24ib
Saw er is confir-Ded for the Ninth Ju
%liia leu ' -
cal secretary exicibitslte .olloditg items
of general interestt Whito' gombors in
the South" li, 42,702
increase o as 47; colored
embers, i 1981 iloc qi
pr . 09 8 ; colot
b r r4- % 12; whito
n 4 iocreas,1 i; ci
ore s fa ti.c., l0--increase, 20'j
a.Y. . lp 1--acre
58 -66l d I bolized, 809- 64
crease 12 ' r of bath Schools,
G1-inr s ,%',filtrs and teachols
8489-increase, 420 ; white pupils, 22,
027-incrcase, 8111 ; colored pupils, 444
-decrease, 438 - volnmes in library,
The following monios woro collected-.
for pastors, $56,604 90 100--increase,
$18,811 85 ; for presiding elders, $7,
400 10-increase, $1,288 10; for Gon.
ffrence collection, $4,440 00-increase,
$1,238 10;. for missigns, $2,86$ 91--in.
crease, $248'27; for our' own $undaj
Schools, $4,308 23-increase, $906 96 ;
for education, $8,819 94-increase, $970
09; for bishop, $8,000.
The General Conference of the Metho
dist Church meets once in four years,
and possesses legislative poeers. That
of the M. 1'. Church, South, is composed
of one lay and nne clerical delegate for
every twenity-eight members of each an
nual confirence. According to this rule,
South Carolina is entitled to six of each
class in the next General Conference.
The following delegation are elected to
the General Conference which meets in
Memphis in May next:
Clerical Delegates-Itevs. A. M. Shipp,
,. .L. )., D. D.; 11. A. C. Walker ; W.
Smith, ). I).; V. P. Mouson; IV. 11.
Fleming and P. M. Kennedy.
Alternates-Revs. S. II. Brown, A. M.
Chreitzberg and J. W. Kelly.
Lay 1)eleg:tes--'V. J. Montgomery,
Concor d, New lirampshire ; G. W. Wil
lianms, Charleston ; A. A. Gilbert, Sum
ter ; J. 11. Carlisle, Spartanburg; S. Bo.
bo, Spartanburg, and 11. ' Wright, of
Alternates-J. S. Moore, Dennettsville;
13. Stokes, W1alterbor.o; E. T. Itemubert,
Sumter ; T. S. Moorman, Newberry ; 1.
It. Barton, Orangeburg, and It. F. Simp
son, of Lnirens.
At a ball in I'ittsburg, at few evenings
ago, a prize-a gold ring--was ofl'cred to
the lady and partner who rlhould out
wnltz all competitors. At 12 M. the
hand struck up "II Iiccio," and a dozen
couples started gayly off; at I A. M. on
ly three remained on the floor ; at 2 one
of these three gave up, but the band
played on aid on, and the cmrlous sur
vivors gavotted and whirled till even the
spectattors grew dizzy. z ifl end of
the fourth hour blood I ',4 n to trickle
from the ends of the vi- iist's lingers
but still (he (lance cont .'ued. At three
sminutes past four one of the ladies faint
ed, and iurmnedietely afterward her part
ner followed her example, when the
prize was presented to the winners amid
the tumultuous apphlrme of the specla
tors. The foolis.h quartette, more (lead
thani alive, had to bo carried to their
homes ini carriages. It was necessary
to cut the girls' shoes from their feet,
and their limbs swelled up to an enor
mtous size. All the four are now snid to
bt in a preeilous condcli;ion.
Its A2Inntasr.t:t1 (oP JtmremIZA. f)ts
rnic-rs.-t)n account of the excess of ju.
Iicial labor in some of the Circuits, us
now allott(d to the Justives of the $u
plre[mIe Court of the United States, a
member of the Sennte Jumdicilary Comn
mttee hias prepared a lBil for thle ro-ar
[irst Gireui t, Minenchmusetts, Maine,
N'ew liI' unpshirem, Vermonit, Rhodlo IsI.
mud ; Seond Ci reui t, New Y7ork, Con-.
,eeticut, New JIersey ; T1hird (Oiremnit,
P~ennmsylvagnia, l)elawamre, Mmarylandrl Vir.
;inia, Nor ib Carolina ; P?ourtht Circuit,
A rkanstas, MIismisslippi), L.ouisiana, Texus;
'ifthm Circuit, Southm Garolina, -Georgia,
Flomida, Aimbamas, Teinnessee ; Si xh Lireii
uit, Ohio, NIlimhigamn, West, Virginia,
Kemit ucky ; Sevenith Circuit, Indianra,
Illinois, Wi,eCanOsini; Eig~hth Circuit,
Mlinnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kanisac,
lissoutri ; Nin,th Circuit, California, Ore
A Vsny Pomn tmn:on.-Withi thiam
iniuber, the Advertiser enters upon its
thirty.fifth year. 'Next to tho Charles
ton (Couts ier, it is by far the oldest paper
ini South Carolina. We hope that in
stating these facts, wo tmay not be ac
rusedi of v'ain-boasting ; for certinmly
thirty.four- years of uninterrupted honor,
uisefulness and consistency, tmake up a
record worthy' of legitimate pride. All
connected with the Advertiser, feel this
legitimate pride, aimnd feel thamt time past
record of the paper calls for the exercise
of all t heir zeal, all their enre, all their
love of hmomie, peop1le amnd country. They
are determined, with God's help, to mnake
thme Advertiser, in'future-as it hias heeln
for thiu ty-four yeCars past--worthy of tihe
beloved peopile who hamve so long and so
gcnerouisly supported it.-:-Adverfiser.
Virginia. and ,Lh9 genmeral condition of
affairs Soth was dindumssed ini both
hlouses. In time Senate, .$tewart, Waor
nter, Sawyver aund Powl1e- ad(vocaited Vir
gi'nin"'t adnss ; while Sumner, WVil
son, iowardl and Pomneroy suggested Oh.
gtacles. WVarner -wantedl to go into Ala
bumoa w ith thme aimnesty in) one hand amni
the halter ini the other; hle would piardion
rebels, hut hamng miiurderers. Fowler
would sobstit ute thle iBible for the haller.
P'owler- defended 'c teesen agoainmst the
alleged slanders of 'her Vontgressionmal
dlehlgatiomn andm Browiow. -In the iIouse
thme bill adlmittinmg V'irginiia was discussedcj
linghamti deimanmded thmepm eris quiestion;.
time dlemand was sustaimed,an,da reconuside.
ratiogn of the vote ordering tihe mmmai m
questionm wae maoved, by a vote of 76 to
76 ; the Spea:ker' voted ato. 'lhe rma:in.
que(stion was lup, hiut, the mbormnimng hmoumr
expiring, tihe imter wovnt over.
An vero was fotund ini the vole on) or
dering the nmaim qumestioni (1n Virginia's
gilumssion., The Speaker withdrew his
vote, amid on tihe subusequenmt vote shmal
the tain qumestonm he ordered P tile votq
itood : yeas 0(1, nay3s 80, 'anmd time bill
rent over. -
PAmIs, January 10.-The reort of tho.
'opo hmas been received, Ile, will allow
to ,discussion ei his ri,nfal liiity,' unious
moja pure of a fayorable.resut.
PARis, Januiary.8.--:The ministty ro
MoAeto dlinetts, lin the Senate, papnt ro.
ations, on 11 th ; commuerc-ial qumestions,
n tLhe 18th ; longestio poliey, on the
'kho MemorIal Diploiatiquo aRsets
liat a comtpromise hmas bon marranged on
he~ qutestion . of. thea , infailllbility of time
'opo. Tme ini'malibli.y wili lie allrmed,
,i)t dissent aom .time,rticle will be in
MAeHdn Jainuatry 8.-All 'idea of a
lietatorshlp hams been abdtndoged: TPhe
alnisterg ref'ue to neJhdrat their tesig.
ations, unless a deinlito policy is pro-4
Souto of onr readers may be glad to eart
that Milt. Murska has left St. Petersburg i
a hutt' beeatso the Csar left tho theatre 4,'
evening in the middle of her performanco, e
otW#nsttepa/Map }xe-Thoe fr$ qaAN
oh rtice rt ttbf4rr the
rsont yoer, will b. held in tpq M*thedhiq
httrch In hIs thQwnjcotnmcncing on'Satde
ay next" The Rot. (V. I. Fleming will
COUNTY COM UsstoWRRs.--The fbllowing
gentlemon are respec.fully submitted as Can.
didates for County Commissioners: Capt.
J. E. PIE'EtSON, capt. J. P. AU[,, J. J.
'AYdINOER. MANY VOTElS
Dr. J, R. Thompson of our town will pleaso
accept thanks for a box of elegant, highly
perfumed, tooth powder. If our senseof scont
Is correct we believe the odor is rose, delicato
yet pungent. The powder is highly recom"
monded, and it as we presume Dr. .T has .It
for sate, we adviso our fair readers to procure
a box Instanter.
Iloos. -A large drove of hogs were last
week olaughtered in our town, on which
occasion back-bones and spare-ribs became
very plenty, and were abundantly supplied
to those in need. " Iluggermugger " says
that he knows a good many people who are
yet in want of back hones; but knows no
thing as to their need of ribs.
StLL No OUr.--lnrgain hunters as well
as bare-footed people will Jump out of thoir
pantaloons if they happen to be men, at the
vare chance ofFered by Mr. MeD. Mott-.
,ades will bless their eyes only that they
were enabled through them to see the an,
nouncement of such promise. Yes, evcry
body will he glad to learn that shoes and
boots are down. Go in and take a chance at
once. A proof of the pudding Is chewing
the bag, ours were very cheap.
LOiITNINO of WIsF.-A French Acade
nilcian had his wine cellar struck by light"
ning a short time ago, and immediately no.
ticed a remarkable change for the better in
the quality ofhii wines. lie took the hint,
and now has a vo!tAic pile attached to each
Might not the good housewives in our dis
trict make application of the same to their
blackberry wine! It cannot be hurt you
Mons Ttounar.r.-A new comet has been
discovered at 3lareillces by M. Temple. It
has its nucleus, and ie advancing at the rate
of onedegree per day in right ascension and
thirty-five minutes in declination.
As if we had not trouble enoug;h now with
the radicl inflictions, Mons. Temple comes
with his new comet to startle us. Stand
from under it. It is comforting too, to
know liat other astronomers have found
that the sun is -1,000,000 miles nearer the
earth than we have been taught to consider
PRSONAL.--The visit of Dr. licks, the
associate of the venerable Dr. Bachman, in
the pastortto of the lIvangelical Lutheran
Church, of Charleston, to our sanctum du
ring his recent brief stay in town, afforded
us sincere pleasure. Mr. [ticks, besides his.
varied and arduous duties in a pastoral
charge so extensive as that in which ho Is
engaged, finds time to do an agreeable work
on the XIX Century, of which he is the edi.
for in chief. He left Newherry on Monday
much to tl}o regret of our citizens, who would
ghin have had hinm remalin lotnger.
Our esteemed friend D)r. T.' T. Moore, of
Cohtunbia, showed.-himnself to us on Monday
last. We regret howover- i,me ,,,, ,,,.gi,t
wvhich hatppeed onl Saturdlay last, a seriotas
injury to his right thatnd, gave Iihit the op
portunily to pay the visit wo hope Ite wili
soon bo able to restine his prac-tice.
MUNmonPAm, IECTIrON.-At an election
(for- intetndant and War-dens) held in the
town of Newhterry on Monuday, <lan 10, to
servts for the present year, the followIng
genitietnon having received the majority of
votes east, were deehared diuly elected, and
were itnducted into ofllce on Tuesday after
For intendant-T'. M. PAY.srNonR.
Wardens-E. II. CnnIIsTIAN,. A. M. IhOW
lCnS,* S. P. K tN Ant, andi W. TI. WnltonT.
Whole tnumber of votes cast 312, of whIch
165 were for T. M. i'AYa(tan, against 143
for- Z. L. White; thme numberm cast for ward.
ens elected, 670, agaInst 567 for opposition
We contgratulate thie town on the result of
the election, which we hnavo no doubt will
litsiro poace and goodi order.
"'Oh ! elh !its enotught to sicken the soul, tho
heart, thn gIzzard of the stoutest and snmut
tiest-pizz(ed edi&or's devil. WeA needi money
to rellt. Wo are p)oorer than .Job's utnfortn
nate turkey, whose hones rattled a c-asatet
accomtpanliment when lie gobb>led. If whole
groeriy stoies were seilinig for a1 blne pos,
tage stampil apiecee, we conin't biuy atn emp-j
ty markesrel ktit! Frietnd! Goodi friend!1
S~weet, tnegligenit frienidI D)nti 1ny tis pa
per dlown and thitik ire mean somat other is
diividhtnil it's nly 'two dtoihirs and a half,'
hut a thousamid sum-h trifies maktes $2,600;
and thant's a big thing for a newspaper- I
etnough to lput mus firmly on our feet again.
Pay uphi Pay upi
lThe above is very harrowing, it comes
Putm a Missouri editor, and is not from use,
oh no, but these littlo $3 owing to us, we
would tlk of theta. One thousand of theta
--three three times ntoughit's are nough ts, anti
three tiimes one--muakes '33,000. Just what
II uis t C.-A correspotndent writing from
f'oiumbiti, iind from whom we hund not heard
for so long, that iapprehiensionls were aroused
I.].ttles om'i)ad' lhad ihappened to hinm, toll's
its nlow that lie Is all "Iukey." We take
Ft for granted that "hlunkey" means some,
hing good, and fdol relieved. Whata weight,
hto tannouncemlent of his being ''ilunkcey,"
ins taken fronm off otur mind. Perhaps lhe
ins found as mare's nuest, or discovered .thme
>hilosophter's stone0, or perpetual motion, or
~one and got married, if not so already, and
f sn has got a now-nrky,sor somiethiing e1so,
vo'don'Qnguw;f(qr tmore, than that he is
'hinnkCyiI'.h9,tdll j,s inot. W9 hiad better
ei his namo, perhaps then, a cituo may be
tad to the mfoaninyg o1' tio e,prossion. Well,
dr. Isaac Stlr.hacher Is thie 'nan, anti lie
iels vory' largely and s.uceessfutliy in Jew
elry, watches, clocks, silver ware antd a
storhd of other things, -and 'anmoig tJiem,
inay be ho~ has the wonderful, tmyster-ious,
"hitukey." Please toll us Isaac. We would
like to have "'litnkey."
The Columbia i'benix tates that the par
ties gilty of the asatit in c,itrs. Itichmard
ion, have been arrestcd. Mi-s. ., -it is grat
Ifyitig to learn, is dloinIg well, ati wil .o
oIfc the wvut t i )its, nay erle
Inne. 8iehasn itt hattm....aLi a. ptc
notico fully, are Pyyiter y's Now York Dow.
oorat; the Charletoti- aIly 44vertiser by
Dougltty & Ford; The orth'Qoney
er P.D. Swiek; Thme t~9~
and,the Revolutiotn, by Elisa b -tA
to; attd Susan B3.Anthonyt: .t o w
"d,eo;-theirrihts Anf iothi;iI .
m in, theoii. a rtg hrc i~b'thidi 1I 11."
gite J11 ladies therrgihte, an a I(" ioro,
in ARR'10AX kljo J b
Jabuary ntmber of t ytl
ra houthly prbsentAs-,ch t
As this Journal is published ithe low pr co
of $1.00 a year with splendid Premniuma. to,
subscribers an(I agents, we Itope all our' Far
mer friends will send ibr a specimen copy
which will be sent flee by sending a stamp
to pay postage. Address N. P. lloyor & Co.,
Publishers, Parkesburg, Pa.
Tia SouTnrann CULTIVATOR.-The Jan
nary numbel, of;iJe most oxcelleot agricul,
to ril ptfer"is rec Ived. No farmer should be
without a >apor of this kind, for a close study
of the well filled pages which are presented
monthly will pay him a large interest on the
lit tle outlay fur subscripton. We furnish
the Cultlvajor with the Ilotald at 64.60 for
Tits RSENVILLE MOUNTA1Ettg, after a
suspension of six months, Is revived, and we
gladly find it smong our valuable exehanges
once more.- After Ili long sleep it wakes up
bright and cheerful, and promises to pursue
its onward course independent of payty
thraldom, clique or ring. Snt*ss o the
Mountaineer and Its worthy proprietor.
We find among our exchanges this week,
that out spoken and sterling religionsRpaper,
the lBaltimore -Episeopal Mothodist. \1e on
lt egre+t that it was so long in comaing..
1letter late than never thongh, and we place
it on the. oxehnnge list with infinite pleasure.
Offlee of Ptahileation 49 Le*ington St., Bald
more. 'l'ormns $3.
'It ThrwQtrn..STIL.L EIanGtwo.-.E ..
largonment is still ihe "ordor of the day at th is
ofiloo' Resides the incroase 'noticed else
whore, we have the pleasure of annonncing
two considerable additions to the stock of
"stpall capa." In other word, two of the
attaches of the E:nquiror have had their fami
lies enlarged since New Year's day.
We are rnioicod at this evidence of saucess
on the Iart of the Enquirer. May it contin"
ue to enlarge. The attaches will accept con,
gratulations; their succesful efforts to do the
country service is worthy of commendation.
Tus Nw EcLc.tc.-1f wb want a litera
ture of our own we must give it spport.
The New Eclectie, a distinctive Sonuthem
magtine, and of great merit has been kept
up by its publishers at consiaerable sacrifice
to themselves, who, in making their maga
zine worthy of support, have done so at pe
cuniary loss. This should not be allowed
longer. An appeal is made to every sub
scriber now taking it to get one mre. If
this is done, and it can be, the Eclectic will
At once be on fair ground and self-sustains,
ing. The subscription is 4 per annum.
We will club it with the Herald at $6.25.
We notice that the publishers wish to engage
the services ofa gentleman of large acquain
tance and reputation in the Sonth, to act as a
travelling agent, and will also employ local
canvassing agents. Address Turnbull &
Murdoch, St Lexington St., Baltimore, for
The Proprietors of the XIX. Century Maga
zine have the pleasure to announce -that in
the February numpbor will be given the open
lut of a new Southern RQmance, entitled
"The Storm and Sunset," by Colonel Henry
Cleveland, the talented -anthor, We -hardly
need tell who Colonel Cleveland is, to the
public where he is known so well. In 18-59
he gave up a large law practice to become
politieal editor of the Augnsta (Ga.) Constl-'
tutionallst, and was a delegate to the groat
Democratic Conventions of that year.' lie
only left that paper when the South called
her sons to the field, and (save when a pris
oner) he was a soldier from the first month of
the war to the last, mostly in field service.
At the close of the war ho retired to hI is fine
pilantalion on the Georgia Rail Rtoad, and in
1800 published a biogrphy of Vice-President
Stephens, which had a large anle. Mr. Cleve
land was one of the editors of Appleton's
Journal in the first half year of its existence.
Th'ie XIX. Century, nowv so wvell establishmed
aind so popnulamr, lhas ona its lists thme host writers
1mn the Uniiion, at $3.50 as yeamr, or 35 cents a
copy, is cheaper thman Siarper's or tihe Alanm
lie Monim.vl. It is high-tOned(,et'en in adve-Lr
itzsem'.*mts, ann tmm tit m.t tao Or natronmage
hmmr demsmrves it. Lonmg live thle "City betweeni
mime Itivers" anmd its Maanmzine.-Chmarlestonm
(8. C.) Conmrier, D)ec. 27, 1809.
N iw Olmasm:~s, January 8.--250 Ci
niese tarived thi~smornitng, via St. L.ouis.
Th'iey heave by rairond for T1exas.
'The ball of the Tfwelfth Night ree'el
lers, last. night, mnt the Opera Ilouase, was
the most eleganmt of the season,t
Cin Antms'roN, Jamnuary 8. -Last .tnighnt
a colored man, for whiom in ticket
had been bmomaght by a wvhite man,
nImplied for admnissionm to the dress circle
of tho Academy of Music, andI was re
fnsetd adhmnittanmce by Manaer John T,'
Ford, of hlatltimore, thme lessee. A nother
colored man applied for thme reserved
aats, and was refused, by order of time
lessee. Tis~ morni rng, wmarranmuts were
issmed, uapon She aiInd:vits of the two
coloredh tuenm, anmd Mr. Ford was arrested
at time A cademmy of Muasic, for violating
thme State law to carray out tihe pr'ovisionms
oaf the Civil Rights liill. Mr. Ford gaveo
bnad to appear at theo next sessiona of time
|Comur S of Genteral Sessions.
MoTms-rn.u -, Janutary 8.--Thie Su- I
piremeiL Courat of AIa bamma decides ltha
there hasuz hecn no property in slaves sinace ~
iS8'a3; it also dlecidies thmat every judg.
mmetnt givenm by any of time Courts ina
Aiabamam, f'rom 1861 to 1865, Is maull andl
void, anmd tha-t all officers of Uourts and
begisintnrecs were tmere usumrpers during t
W~Asnmrosmv, January 8.-1 50,000 bas
>eenu paid ont the lease of Samana.
TIme President ill sendi a treaty to
t he Senmate;'6ht Monday, paying $l,500,
)00 fiat San D)omingo, whiich isilo be an
aexed as a Te?rritory, 'atid nmot as a State.1
Thelu Administration contetunplat'es no
ac t ion regarding Cuaba.
Execuativo circles have 'infortnation
than. ta Spamnish regiment can umrchi to
aitmy port in the island.
A treaty for thme annexatIon of San Do.
ndlugo to thme United States has been
nmegotiated by Presmident linez and oura
coammercial agent, Perrmy, at San D)o
L,osnoy, Januiary 8.--A story has b)een
extensively pubmlished, ont the conmtinuent,
lately,to thme deec that P'residentt Grant
will soon vi..,t the sovereigns of Europe,
and dtaob will mnake thme trans-Atlntlc
voyage maeQmplaniedi by a (leet of iron
I will aipply to 'Johnmi'T, Peotersonm, JTmdge
of Prob,ate, for Newber'ry Counaty, on time
8th damy of Fecbrumary, 1870, fom' a IlnalI set
tiement on tho estate ofl . E PPs, dee'd,
Persons havsinmg demiandls amgahmet samid Estate
are hereby tiotlkld to rendemm thmem'in o.n or
before tihmi; claym or they 'v~il hue barred.
.J D.' FPPM$, A dmm, E-sta to of
Jan 12 2---t. J. M.-E1pp, deti'd.
COM MERCIA L.
do K n ay 8 '...1,Jnuaryll.--ottom in good
VoltuJmnrA Januuary 10.---ales Of cot ton to-day
onuly abou!t 4 balesR-middinmpa 28e.
lamy Yonx, Jauary 10-.y 1'. M,.-_Ctinm
shd ir l 2,100 half,, at 25) y am'
mon to fali' ek bo r M ,'12 -
Va"Anu.zrox, Januni-y IO,.-Catton Ilrmu
nVhdhmgs2 m 2nJ Effenmrft 1,100 fa t ales
AUSTA, .Jznnary '10- Oztton usnr.e tlrmerm' 1
sales 582 baled; rcoIpts7l.z lionl
quiet-.,ajuinma's' I1 a'ii 1 0il.ja~j a n
roles 10' 0') *al .4,StQti udvL o t2'(
mnits have recently adopted ft o
tion renoutie1nOthe use in trof WAr
of oxploaive prJotis U o
weight, on account of thel'
destruction of ifo.
Always koop a 1 U'i
EDRtA'IEDt P . to .
.It i a crtaie'l o
Ooughs,Oolds, b I an 6b0 to th
'and children tako it ieadliy', (lo to yourl7i
gist and got it at once, it may save the life of
your little one.
Jan 5, 1-21.
,A CIif " Dr R4IEA
All interested, please read the followingt
eatract from a lotter (tam Airs. Eton B. bia-S
son, witb of Rev. Francis Mason, Tounghoo,
. . . Aly soti was takon'vkIoltitly sick with
diptheria cold chills, burning fever, and sore
throat. I counted one morning ton little
vesieles in his throat, very white, and his
tonguo, towards the root, Just like a water.
melon, ful of seeds; the remaindet coated as
thick as a knife-b do. So apany children
have died atdud-litieo; I Was arraid to 'dalt46
physician, and toght I-Ould try your Pain
iller for a g wh sea inyvatd-.
. I did soa, an butd' aglo invariably
cut off the vesieles, and he raised them iup''
often covered with bippd. lei was taken, p
Sunday: on Wednesday his throat was cl" r
and his tongue rapidly cloaring off. I a1sd
used it as a liniment, with castor oil and
hartshorn, for his neck. -It seemed to me a
wonoderftil cure, and I can but wish it could
be known to the many poor mothers in otttt
land who are losing so inany children by thils
I have fonnd-your Pain Killer one of the
most valuable medicines over used in Bu'
mah. Once I was stung by a very large
black scorpion: the pain was indescribable.
I immediately Applied the Pain Killer (for I
never travel without it,) agalt ' and again,.
and in half an hour my foot was well.
lr. Walton writes font Coschocton
"Your Pain Killer cures this new .disease
Diptheiria, or Soro Throat-that is so alarm
ingly prevalent here; and it has not been
known to fail in any instance when used in
time. This fact you should make known to
the world." (It Is used in this disease as at
gargle and lotion, as well As a tonic and
-In Halifax. where this disease prevailed
for many muonths hi its most malignant form'
the use of Perry Davis' "Pain Killer" was in'
variably attended with the most favorable re
fult, when it was used ere the disease had
made too much progress to preclude the use
of so powerful a stimulant.
Jan 5, 1-m.
Let Common Sense Decide.
W1'hr:: Is the rational mode of procedure in
cases of general debility and nervous pros
tration? Does not roasop toll t9 that judi
ciouts stimulation is required.- To resort to
violent purgation in such a ease is as absurd
as it would be to bleed a starving man. Yet i
It is done every day. Yes, this stupid and
unphilosophical practice is continued in the
teeth of thegreat fact that physical weakness,
with all the nervous disturbances that ac
company it, is more certainly and rapidly re
lieved by HlQstettor's Stom. ch hitters than t
by any other medicine at present known.
it is true that general debility is often atten,
ded with torpidity or irregunirity of the bow,
els, and that this symptom must not be over
looked. llut while tho discharge of ihe
waste matter of the system Is expedited or
regulated, its vigor must be recruited. The -
Bitters do both. They combine aporient
and anti-billous . properties, with extraordi
nary tonic power. Even while removing ob
structions from the howels, they tone and
invigorate those organs. Through the stum
nch, upon which time grtt vegetablo spepipe it
acts directly, it gives a healthy and permia- C
nent impotus to every enfeebled function. t
Digestion is facilitated, the faltering circu
lation regulated, the blood reinforced with a
new acco-sion of the alimentary prine'ple, t1
the nerves braced, and all the dormant pow- t
era of the system roused into healthy action;
not Apntantotlicaliy, as would be the case if a
amero stinmulant were administered, but for a
continaiuco. It is in this way that such ox,
Irardinarny changes are wrottgh t in tihe con
dition of trho feeble, enmaciateal mand nervous
invalhds by thme mise of this wvonderfut correcs
live, ulter,mtivo and ennie. Lot, common
tense dieie neCtween .anch a propar.ation
rand a pr.htraring cathartic stiip lemenrtd by
a poh~onotts astrinmgent like stryehnite or
.Jan 5 hi1m.
Fresh Norfolk Oysters. a
1i" youm wan't freshm N omfoik OYST'ERS$ "
call at thle Cohnnhmiia Ice house, where thevi g
are kept conmst.intly (on hanmmd, amd sol low- .t
for' casth. All orders from, the coutryta P
promptly attemnded Io.
Jnan 5, --ti JOilN D. IIATE.MAN.
h.4TES8T QUOTATiONS (iF
IN CIJI RLI.STON, S. C.,
Corrected Weekly by A. C. KAUFMAli, Bro
ker, No. 25 Broad Btreet.
JANU'AiIY 41, 1870.p
&rATE .SEcUnlTzEs-Southa Cnrolina, old, -ma
I; do0 new, -an80; dlo, regist'd stock,ecx int -:a
CITY SacurvrxA-nansta, 'On., Htona 83a
0; Charleston,.8. C., Stock. ex qr it, 68 a 55
lo Fr oam, iloa, -a '76; Co Iumnbia, 8. C.,
hla tI-tiOAJ >Htofvs-hmne Rtidgefirst mortaage,
- a 6; Charlesaton andu Sav annah,5b.samJ;char
)tie, Columbia and Augnata - a 81- a Cheruw
ad D)arlinmgtonm, a 8.a; Greenyvie sod Oohugabia,
ortlaconern, 80 582;' Savanmaan ,arieton/
nul oina, 0 - -8 d ,- - -praiAr -.i b
-no r>Toomcs-Chnaritto'. Coldmnf,a and.w
nuaila, -- a 6; Oreenimllet andt Cohinmbia U it
Noteasmtermn, 7 a' 8;- Savannamaimd Clre
n, 23 m?28[; Sonth Caroliana, whole shaareh'1 a
D .d o, halt shares, 18 a 18.1,
'-Kol"AntP., &c-New Yor-k gighat, M off pr
10111, 12, a 122; Rilver, '114 a 11,.
80UTnm tJAnol,ZNA BA'nK BKLLSu
'fnnk of hardestn... .... .......-..0 a
ilmk of 80ewberyn..-- ..--- .- a
tanmk or Chester....................15a -
lank of flambuarg-. - .-.--.--.-.-.-... a
ltank of htate of S. C., pror to 1861.54
lAnk of State of'S. C. issume1861 and 15~~
'h'lanters' andl Mechanics' it'k ofChm'rlestoni..
'People's Bank of Charleston,...... I
*Un, ton Itank of Charlesto . -.'..-a
Nonthwes'uternm I It hank ol Clmnescton, oId05,O of
iouthesernm It It hank ofCarlecston nmew'05 u
Stato Banmk of Charleston,........'., a -
Irnrm,er'and,r Exchaa ue h'kofCiarIet.. a -
l'xchmango Bank of Co mbia... ----2. a -% i
['nmmaeahlismnk of Coumain''''''''''' a~ -K
tiercants' 11amnk of Ciherar..--.--.-...... a -
Planters' llank oh' Fah-lill -'-- .... 6 a - A
'tate of South Caoina Hait'celto.'i- .u. a
[.l of Chmarhestoni (hanmge hlls......,.
hetl rketi au (* are being redeemed at
In the United States Court
D)istrict of South Car'olina.. 4*
Ix Pa,.N--iIf. IF. (con n s, As.signaee,.....,i[e m
ruptucy. loui i, iu
All ediors ho gi aip on o
>f David.) F, be'r, im, laakrniptey, nre fiere.
y requmired to reud9q..on onath andt eatab
ism.the caime .beoe the undersigned; 'o
vLberry Court, !iopaa, on or bet,oro ithejt
1st, lips of Febraray next,. 1'
10, 1870. ' * *Ja~ lt
'Io all whJom it maay Ccocer I 4 l i
al t aihil ?, l'uorsoa, Proatme ,Jndge of
pfwhaer-ay CountymI, on, mhe miih day, of Feb.~l
nnfi' lImtxi, fQr ai iitk.9 6etto)pent othe 'lces,
alo Mf anmes Wisl * -),'h, amlm
I:har. g.9 mvladninitr.tt of aid ia to,
'eroona ha v)mmg dle.mi'nmm, m nmhl -~iietut
mmr pLeaent thmn omiCi beforo thamt dayiv
r iihoy will be hlf oud; *1
Rtooms'over Mr. Mowor's store, atd In
front of Herald .olice.
R+:tke leatu tireh dtigts
and the publio generally that m de I
li exe6te nll oik n my pro casioq
mota proved Paunrr. ..
2000 Bus qg
On hand and to artive,. 2000 bUahot$ pme
whito Maryland Corn, at t.60S o>' bretli
co. tf. t . :
Flur, Ohe r u,Flour.
ilyTFlou o~r had
at fr1oi $7 Maid
W. H. NEBh
The undersigned gies nolioo 0that *B1
have foried a partnership in-the tursrend
style of IIOUSEAL & JONES, in the o
duct of a general (iroerv and Dty G0od
business, to take eileot from this date.
J. 1 J1OUSNAJLb
E. C. JONS.' -
January 10, 1809.
We take great pleasure in informina bs
friends and the publio that our STOC, Nt
now open for inspection, - and embraces a
fine selection in the various lines of
GROCER I ES,
And that we will be happy to receive a
all from them, and assure them that no
flbrt will be spared to give entire 8atiafac
HOUSEALL & JONES,
Store next door to McFall & Pool.
Jan 12, 2-Rt.
EtssRs. EDI'ons --iavlag soon our
nmes, In your vnlaable palier of the t11
ist., soltelted as Candidates for the olep of
ounty Commissntien1. for Nowberry Con.
r, we beg leave to say that we accept ,$o3
ominatlon and, If elected, will discharge
ro duties pertaining to that otlice,.to all pat2
es, to the bost -of our ability.
8. P' KINAi,
GEO. S. CANO
Janna-y 1t. 1870.-2.
r'own Residence An
Lot to Exchange
Any person wishing to exchange lnaid for
town residence, which is well imnpr.oyed#.
ith aull necessary con veniences, buildlings,
ood water, .tn., can hear of somethzing .ta
ucar -adv'antagn by applying enrly. 'kh'
roperty if I'ot exchanuged will be sold.
Apply to Mr. B1. HI. Lovelace.
Banik of New berry S. Cs
- Janry 12,- 1809.b
H[oldera of.tho Notes aus 1)ills of. thIdf
Lnk, are requested . to pres9nt. -theyn tor
ymnent at an. early day. .
B. D). B0YD Prea dent.
Jan 21 4t. .
ReducedlIMa of148eo find Vreight..
Or paystLrEW CQLUMijA lIt . Co,,
90LM31nIA, S C., Jan. 8, 170;
Tbd6 reduded "Rates of. Passage" adopted
n the BoArd of Uifrectors of this Compn
Il go into effect on ,MONDA4I 1Y,JItA,
,1870. W.. ALLSAfQN (131
aup. 122 Genera1AgIc'
TIE und(ersigned, agent for, .Abi-a p
niI & lIargrore, nir Lfers at0
BOots aind &aes
close) out lhe BIbiuesi'.4i'hoJ aIbek'Is
IE$I iz ndi 1AR1 ROWad warrais(dd 'good)
A BAFRE Cti4$W'
1u~)',*ne 'I ha' fIo. ni) 60e o1
flAZ. a herefioIor t,tt u h thp ea.
n iut aboaIiu *food.4 w ill-bo
All persons indebtqc. io A Pit el. vtI'
& ik it('1lOV0% qe~ cafled on1 yt
o inuediat ely.