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? todnay, .1irh 9, '18YO.
. r. E. AMontague Grinke, Secrotary of
ChartRton Free Schoola, will accept out
thnalke'f,4 a copy of the Annual Iteport
or the 'rard of Commissionera, N.r the
o'e ren,dtng"Sopt. 80, 1809,
, ooket Knives,
. -Mr. Dhworls still after the Hump, and
his inveotiantions show that in the short
space or six months, from October to
April, 1868, no less than three hundred
utd sixty pocket knives, costing eight
liidired and sixty-two dollars, were
laid for oit of the public treasury for
the, use of the Congrossignal members.
C olsrsl Voters of the United Statos.
The number of colored voters in the
Utited States is estimated at 850,000.
Of those 790.000 dwell in the sixteen
l:to slavuhohlin' S.ntea, 7500 In the six
New Ingland States, 41,000 in the five
rnontral States of New York, New Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana, and
A300 Iin the remaining ten Wes'.ern
Bravo and True.
We commend the following fromi the
RchImond Inqniror and Exaniner:
"We are afraid there are some who
will make the existence of the Demo
erptic party an npology for joining the
Rebublienars. We tell them it will be a
gteat political blunder; we if0 gointg to
carly the State like a tornado-like Ken.
t ucky, where the last majority was about
100,000; like Maryland; like Georgia;
like Tennessee. And we advise those
who are going to act with us to put
themselres in motion, nid avoid the fate
of il irimmers."
Northern vs, Scuthorn Text Beoka.
The text book coritnittee of the Legis.
lature, composed of Gov. Scott, Tomlin.
son rnd jili:sn, white, and Maxwell and
S;alnlls, colored, at a meeting last week,
d.tur'iiined to ignore our enterriJirg
j,nblishers, Messrs. Dmlie & Chapmrtn,
and their valahle series of te.t b,ooks,
and gave the preference to Northern
books. No :e need he surprised at suchl
a deci.ionr however, for really it would
he m:attet fir surprise hndl the result
hcen the reverse. The hooks of these
gentlen a'e all that intelligent atl tl.
prejodiced imlris need require, ann of
course did not meet the views of a by
bri comnnitlee. Well if the Cotnittee
will liil up the public schools with the
kouk ; selected, our private schools will at
imst eennrage home publications, and
we heg that this be kept in mind, as the
eorly means of not being entirely over.
whlhnted with the ideas of the party of
This immaculato carpet bagger has
cote to gr ief, and the gi ief of his friends
is nn less great than his own.
''lhe resolution of expuision has been
adopted nrnnimuonsly, nnd is as folloas:
'I'hart Whitternore, late mnember of the
!loise, had dispensed West Point and
Narnl Aenemty ap'poinments conatrary3
to law, anid for it pectiarry considerati,,
atnd that Ite wias miworthay of a sent in
WVhitemore stantes that lhe wuill appealh
to hris coanstituaents for a re-electioni.
Arid of course hie will not be chosent
lIhe secondl timae, now that hais "works"'
are known. llis works eon the conist iand
all through the low coaintry of tis State,
htt whricha thae colored people were the
victiins in every iristance, were etnugh
to daimn lhim witlaout this last. Ile had
beast haang up hais carpet bag unid ne
cepit the situation.
Th'le last legislative act of the iammaaculate
endet-shiip seller was to initronei a lill
appiropiritting $50,000 for improvinhg thle
naivigattio. of lied iliver, Cadado L~ake and
lii ('ypress hnyaou, ini Lotuisina, it ton
ranach of thais did he expect to ferathera
hris nest u ith.
Save us from our Friends.
iThe horni x wvill excuase na fotr borw
row in;: the abhove hreadinig. It is qarima
rprpriaate nrrd we agree wi-ithr hima thrat
threc is danger', tihat sirakinrg thre I )em.
neritey ini a sort of hybhridi oagatrizationt
ta ph-r.ase everybodyl r, wiill sntisfy nontie,
nnrd wmak hiarim. It suggests btrieliy
1. It warhtlt takhe thte snail onit of the
nti iirrnd i a moemaent in thre Sinie.
2. It wonsad di gnast tire very haone atar
Pitiew of tire aii rIadlienits, whIo aire
earrnest, n ork inag D emanernts.
3. It wnortld brave the' radienl Conie rs
itn rthe lha-ri.s of raitismi, itn,l pico thae
D emtocrrrtic Cottntties in theo hanids of
iddlrle mnar, ith1 little foaee arid ar irn.
Il'anne, breennrse inent who haive no do.
aided a iews nre meni whlo haave nteither
orce riotr inaluence.
'IThe fraet is we are having too muchI
talk, arnd the blowing of horns is dhis.
tracting. All these suggestions of plat
f,rmet, anda o:nioniuts Ior atnd ag!ainst
thaird parties arid alliances, act as so
tanny fever's tor the body of Demtocracy
wiaeba ftow needs to foster its strength
and powersi for the comning conflict. We
dho thot pretend to be one of thro Sir Ora
c7, or month pieces of the great party
of rigl$g princeiples,anid would not hian
ard an expresylon of what kind of plat
faWn it elionhai tiako. Ami we atlrmr
that it would be vastly better if thero
were fewer of them. Thai. mnaiplcty
of divetrsitican disintegrates arid divides
ainscad of drawing- together arid uniting,
aErdif ever thecre was a period in which
the rparAy glhooid unite to rescue the
cottntry fro'm tho -unhroly havidinow des
erauing itsm altars, now is that period
'ITheradical pirty Irs worse of. to-day
wiit'r Ii tl nflss, franids and corrup.
lin cb avor It than the Democrat
Ie,party Irtopprrse%Ioondition. Otn
ali atideg *' who, deceived by
their bold i'M e,tre now, abandon
Idg that to fddfollet orgatilza
)TtOd( ~ ' h ole pur
utiitcd. Let" dologatos from tho -people
meet and determine on a plan.
Since the above was Otut in typo we
notice the following in that same excel.
lent pnper, the Phwnix I
YORK (iA1.i.s FOl A CONVENTIoN.- After
publishing the article suggesting a eon.
veition of the nnti-rndicalists of the
State, we find the Yorkville Enquirer
Imaking a similar suggestion. We heart
ily endorse the proposition, and regard it
as essential. The Enqirer says:
A CoxvarNTION.--'The question of what
should be done. in opposition to radical.
ism this summer has been rather freely
disessed, of lte, by a portion of the
State press. The discussion appearv to
nimt at seeuring concert of aetton, and in
order to give it some definite result, we
suggest that a convention ho held inl Co.
lonbia, of delegates from all the Coun
ties, unfettered by instructionls nnd em
powered to decide upon the policy to be
adopted. If care is taken to select only
the best and most judicious men as dele.
gates, the decision of such a convention
will be sure of a hearty support. Spenk
ing with anuthority, it would give shape
and direction to the opposition. These
are essentials to success which the pro.
sent mode of discussing totally lacks.
Nay, more, the frequent production of
platforms, as it implies uncertainty, both
of principle and purpose, it a positive in.
jury to what we all sincerely regard a
Ax Acriv v st-"it.txes AOSK-T.--Cap
tain George 1. Lake, General Canvas
sing Agent for the Piedmont and As ling
ton Lifu insurance Conpany, is working
with remarkable success in behalf of his
company, and has taken out near sixty
policies within less than sixty days.
One day last week, lie did it big thing in
the way of issuing a paid-up policy to
1)r. J. A. Devore, of this Iistrict, for
$18,000, whihb single transaction placed
in the coflers of the company near
$1 1,000. lDr. I)., a shrewd bnrtiness man,
after ex:aniiilg well Into the melits of
lihp main,5 n,inns of lifo inat+ -, rnt.
elu'd that the pra!d tip policy was the
udl in 'valmeni , and netel accndiugly.
We congratulate fi lend George on his
hallppy suces49 as an agent fot' the fuuous
Piedmuont InId Arlington.
[I mlgelield Advertiser.
Th'lsis cousnlany is represented in Co
Itsnlhin by} ('nytain S. L. Leophart, who,
on hist S.titurday, deposited with the
('optro111ller (enetal $.50,000 of Stnte
hnnds, fit compliatnce with a requj"tion
of the I,egislature. 'lhe ciimpany is lthus
Iirmrily establi,.hed nulongst its, atistl is
cqunlly sufe. and ensreful in its b usine-s
as it is thoroughly Sutnthern and gene
ruins in clbrneter.-Pho:nix.
We are i'ased to add to Ito above,that
the IPiednutt and Arlington is repro
sented by Thos. S. Mooruan and \V. .1.
I,ake, 1.-qy., the fui mer of whom
is the re i.lut ngent for Newberry. This
compelny is diing a spldenid busiiess,
andt Messrs. M1. and L.,wonhl be pleased to
see all who have not yet ttken ndvannge
of the greatest economy of the age, step
ip for policies. The State Agency is
represented by Messrs. Leaphart & Itan.
som and G. It. Ln':e.
Dr. Isaac liranch, of Abbeville, is the
sri e1 inten(ient of agencies.
(IIt EXCIIANGE LIST.
The) t'NoN TIMt. melt[ttied before as
hnvhIst nitergono i chango of ownershlip,
hIs since then eba1:ingo(d Its whole appearatie,
nd 1a as well rinted and as ittit ao. it pupor
need he. Mr Stokes Is no amateur'iIn all the
variutts practtcal details of n printing oflice,
but I fill l ownt profesr. . if thlie art prieser
vative of all arts. nlt whieti hie '"pulls a sheet"'
ani "hu ipressiotn" Is mado11 whilouhut onily
ialiI(le's ht imself hnt ploases1' his rearulerS, for
Ani not on13'ly ie mitechtatne:a Is tieunii ex
pert liut in tall (lie dIepartmleni Is of pen,t seiIs
wors and1( pa:ste ho proves lIhat lie ts ai li,
progressivosman. rThe petoplo of tUniona w ill
lhave ai good paper Itf they give hIm a ga'ne
'The Ktnowtm ('ounrun 1has chantgedl hanids,
Mr. It>bt. Youiig reirinig frotm the proprie
tnrshlip. It Ii now cinutitetedt by Messrs.
Keith, I loyt & Co. Mr lltoyt, tho only menm
ber oft the ii rm with whtom we are-a acquiieit,
la ni brothter or .ins A. hiovt, EMq., of the
Andetroo'i t ttelligouneer, ntod If Ito emltes
birotheIr Jeemttes hei will ado wvell. We wish
ho firit abiiudanit sIIccos, hiundredts 11pon
inniireds of iiow siuascribers, cotmntls 1upon1
lumltns of ndivertisemnts nri nt tami whuichi
ha01l reach bleyonda the enemiy 's camtp.
"I'arnani A litN."-This Is the t(Itl of a
tew nolet 1 J-ist commen~'tced in ~IThe 8:atur
1'la Evening Post~ of' P'hi.idepihini, 1by that
aIm Iinle authloress,.MIls Amnitdii Mt. I iotg-.
21s. This novehet wtil run1 for' abo11 ut're
1n11ln ths d wIll heo fiullowed biy ntoveluts by
Vur.mtk l.co ihned0 let, M1 rr. I eury Wood!, Mirs.
i loetmer. Mi ss l'rescott, &". 't'iho Sainrday(
R ven Iiig Post is fIo oif'1 lthbst or (lie lit
~rary ptmpers. nail ndr.p'ed for t'aily ireailing
iinig chi.trae'ter o1 Its e,)itentsI. 1I'rIee
W2..501 a year1. A<tdesaliI. I'l'lteri & Co,
ii0 Wailiinlt StreetC Ilih11del hia. Samtpie
tumblers senit gratIs.
Thett Chiltn Ih :F1Ctt:s glows not only'
ativ'r but ini uize, neut Itus 114 t im-5
ve' n11(( , 1ee 1u car"l, 111 lIrur ilhanks for' the
'Otn phtinent, t,ii hog oni ft ictill h)thec, thIe
'1u11ny man, itotobligtt 1n4 by sInk ing ouL thie
A'o lnst word'is " or pjroviHins "' Th'ley r'
ninid n< of i thei tiis whi trIed mni's souIs,
IS we Ill a sottomebs. Knoclik 'emI11 luoii I
Thle Lt-rTi- 't'PoroAr. for March is ire
''ivad. Itr is a very tii hnilfu nnid enterIltin,
nig iutily for3 the'11( yiiolng pe'ople, tad we
'liimmendtl It hi1gh ly . Onl SI n I yetar, putb- I
uxlted by A. I,. Xewellh & Co., Uh[lengo, lil.
The ExcSLt,tn Moxrutyv for Mtar-ch Is to
121nd1 this weaek. It Is weltlipl inted, 111a1 welt
hlled. Pubi'l.ahed by C. L . Yanl5 A llen,17i lIroad
vay, N. Y., andti onily $1 peCr yeair. Samtple
opios wIll bo0 sot o all whto write for Otte.
.Th'ie ol Gnnrd for Mairchi Is rhih, raro andi
'ey, and brim full. It is a slouch I)emno
'risle Matgazine, andi devoted to Literautuire, 3
selentce and Art. Vani Evrie, Itorion & Co.,e
Punbllshiers, New York, S3 pecr annlliOn'.
The following bills were read the third
ime and pnssed ; to encourage cotton
mnd woolen miautfnetures ini this Slate;
0o eniforce a umniform system of assess.
nent ar.d t1xation by tmuiicipal bodiest
o provide fir construetion andl keepingI
a repair the public highways and roads ;
elative to the power of the City Coun
,il of Charleston to impose punishtaent I
ror violaioen of city ordinantces; Joiiit I
resolutioniu, wIth ametndmlents, to Au.
litislzo the committee of Ilivestigatio e
For the Thirsd Coirgrossional District to<
make a nimiilr investIgation for thei
Fourth Os'ngresslonal Disttriet,. -
Thue following bIlls were passed: 1oc
apRoinit trial justiees: to regulate ball in I
criminal cases; to req uirojudges of pro.
bate to take chargo of certain reords In
the officees of late comr's in equity; to
inistitulti proeceedings agaitist S.. R,11 R,;
to incor'porpto t home for invalid clergy.
mina; to liust th.e cost of oriDninal perse.
oution;: to amend' an act entitled an act
1o establjish a State orphan asylumiS the
oomnyi.ttee on railroada reported on a bill
1o charter the Waterprise Railroad ('onm
pany of Gharlestop;.a bill to- amend An
act to incorplqrate the ijomestead iilid.
lag, Plantingsatidf.,oan 4saoelatfen of
Bou.th Carolhl a Slili~to Incorporato the
Blay Point Rt. i, Uonmpany.'
Columbia is to be a perman9nt ill-I
aiy post, and fIveomorocompanles, to be
idded to the present garrison,
O? The value of a district paper depends
lit a great degree upon the completeness of
its LOCAr, tKWS, and we beg our friends to
forward for publication any and all itcms
coming under their observalion.
Our devil wishes to purchase a goat
that givoa iuilk-one that lets it down
Those of our friends who have pron
Iked to pay their in(ebtedi,ess in 'wood,'
are reminded that just now a little is
CUsINos & IJAILnY.-We refer the trole
to the card of the above named gentlemen,
ilooksellers and Stationers of Baltinore.
'ibcir stock is complete and very large, aind
their facilities superior.
Mit. L. 11. MAUSHJALL promises to mnko
hli store during the session of Court a place
to which the public will be glad to go, and
which they will long cherish the memory of.
Go and sco what he cnn do for you.
Mr. II. 11. Lovelace, one of the enterpris.
Ing partners of that enterprising firm of
Lovelace & Wheeler, who lives next door to
the Herald, will accept the thanks of the
Senior for "somewhat" which he needed
Dr. Whaley Iespectinlly informs his
friends that he has teturned from abroad
well supplied with n choice supply of
denti:sts' material, and that lie is thor.
onghly equipped for service.
.piscopal services may be expected at St.
Luke's next Sabbath by Rev. Mr. Miles of
Abbeville. Services may be expected regu
larly on the first and third Sabbaths of
every month, on which oceasions the public
are cordially Invited to attend. Seats free.
PEnSONAL.-We notice with pleasuro the
return of (ion. J. I1. Williams froni Arkan
sna, w here he has been successfully planting
for some time. Ie is looking temarkably
well, anm will remain amitg us 'or sevel.:
weeks, in the transaction of mccossary buil.
niess, when 1e will retuTn to the tlild of ltl4
Nm:A-, CttEAP AND italtn -M. [lon3e,
ls,q , in a card elsewhere, offers his services
to sntfering httmanity. Yo wives with tin
Kympathizilng husbands, ye hisbanl(s with
rxtrav.agant Wives, who sigh to be free, mre
invited by this legal genitenan to apply
foritlhuwih. 110 promises to (do the lnineilss in
it satisftaetory manner.
Mr. M[ar."hitl Lne has resigned his iefiec,
aid Mr. Gcorga irown has succeeded to all
af its rights, titles and hered itnment<, and
will take up the omr and iaddl1 the canoe
between Scylla and Charibdis. I lorses,
goats, hiogi, dogs, men and thigs, look out
when tht whistle blows and keep to the
right. Govern yourselves nccordingly.
M1esns. Ilttonix & Co. Factors and Com
mission Merchants, Charleston, have in to.
lays paper their advertisement of Shaw's
Cotton Seed iuller, a most important ad
Inuct to the planter's belongings. We have
it circular giving a most elaborate descrip
tion of this nachino, its working, anu the
aldvantages and profits to be derived from it,
)itd we cannot do less Ilhan recommend it
iighitly to the consid.eration of our pianting
ommitnity, and advise them to send to
tiessrs. Ilirodie & Co. for a circular, or if pre,
'erred wo will be pleased to show them the
m1e we have.
PAiTICULAR NOTiO.-We are reqiested
o state tmtt nrteen cuays from date of notice
is the limit nllowed by the Internal itvonne
Lawm for returns of taxable property to be
mnade. Notice of this was pumblishsed last
xverk, andi as the tIme Is short we urge the
.ltlz..ns of Nowherry to lie prompt in ntItend
ng to this matter, its defaulters are liable to
i doublle tax5. Mr. (Corwiin, lihe assessor for~
his district-th. 4;h-will remaitn here until
the 30:h or March, when lie will leave foir
,iurens. iee hogs p irticularly however-to
lost-that they will not delay till tihe hnst
nonment, but conie up p)romtpty-at once.
A l4:siinn.Tus.--Sinco the world he-1
pan, or rallher sinice the location of our town,
an unfortunto one by liho wny) by those
>l ebiaps who traditiona ays could get no
'arthier than the spring in the hollow, because
i was a good plhice to cool their wih iskey In,
mir citizens have beeni nnfortunate ini the se
ecion of a bnrl)er. We are rejoiced to state
hatt the town is niow blesed with a profes
'or of the arst tonsori.il, in the personi oif A rk.
innutt, who comles fresh from the hair cut
lug antI shaving saloin oIf Aloinzo iteese of
,iolmubia, thanti whoi'mt thiere it no hiotter,
killful or polite b irhor int tihe whole State,
mdt out paricutliar faivorito. We conifess to
a' lirepiossessedl with the appeIilanneo oIf onr
hew balrbtr; lhe hast ia leainig aiddress, a
COin eye,lcIoks like ian atrti.st, iandi cominig ho0%
lbes from Alonzo, we feel like givinig 1.im1 a
i tiup. Ilis saltion is in Mr. Pool'ts hotel,
Tn n W s:Avni sn.- For abot a fortnighit we
inave bean expertenCleinlg sneh ubemerna tin of
reathier ats nre embttraiced in the gimnut runs
lng Iroim hadt tol wo)rse. All k inuds of winda,
ighm, 1(ow, 'eniec-npsettInc, bionse-shiaklingL,
crvo st artling, bitinug cold, inud, atid, tie
'eiy de-I let iooso,ing; and rin, nnd ball,
leet t snow, andh a biig fall of thli hitter
ir thiis sectionl, or perhaps miore properly for
ilih lime, for in tihe "good old dain"' when
lie atmospherte was cool, and n10 fiftee'nth
mnmeli nt s andi citrpet-hnigs of reconlstrue
1(on1 helpedl to excito mn untnatturcl heat, wo
seth to hlave good (ld snows, and the boys
onldl taket a rabbit hunt wvith prospect oif
ncecss. WVe Irrust this fitil of sno0w, nhot
itiches greater titan we have hadit sin ce Ln
oln's proc., is a pirogntostication of a fa1ll ini
lie r.idleai tnmperature, anid thait a greater
ill wvill follow in the not far futtre.
Monn MU.-Nover didI town ushow as
lucht muitd ont its side wvaiks as did this deiar
fowherry town last iveek. M in street on
'no side was a sheet, some of the side streets
ivora, whIle tlte high ways were oceans of
nud. Mud, mul, mud all around. It is
natter of regret that some of this mnd was
nauied at considerable expense from Its nia
lye bed, and spread out with indefatig-ible
kill and nrdoir, while in a semi-soft
ondhition, In the vain hope of Its be-.
oming maeadamised, and to give the side
vailke a firm end beautiful evenness. Ihuti
las, tile first shower reduced it to mud; ioro
it the pulp was then frantically (lug, hlauled
y that wall knewtt club foot mule, and
pread around generally, and thoceonsequenco
vas the next shower gave more mud . We
espootftally ask for one more trial. Let
vhltey be harnessed and set to wvork tile first
'air weathler to haul up more of the mhxttire,
md let it be spread earefully,and on the most
>ubleo thioroughifaros, and pulverized and
acked, and then if the next rain makesamud
If it we hope the scheme wvili be abandoned.
and we trast that the Ibilure will not erush
htt ltla~t spirit of pnterprjse wp~ose itative
ionio is e frcret1an's hows, and which only
)lOOn) in all its glory iwhen fostered under
ho ibids of the flag of the free heart?s hope
mud home, by angel hands to valor given."
frlgnoeli andl Siles MfoCulioclms opera
romnno will sooni annear in Cohtahha.
TIIS 81OW AND WnY IT DID NOT Sitow, III
AND 1HOW IT AFTIriwARDs DID SuOw.- AN
1'he most of our town renders and some in inten
the country, arc aware of the reasons why fur rc
Prof. Rleynolds did not spread his canvass In thouq
the intcorporate limits of this town. Some and I
are not,however. By resolution of council it villai
was determined to put a tax of $100 on shows, in ti
coming under the category of circussos. This authc
show was the first that happened to meet and c
this enactment, it felt it heavily, and it was lbe c
unfortunate that it fell on a concern so little and d
nbl to meet it, but so it was; and as were resp
the laws of the Medes and Persians, so was A
this resolution of the lion. Intendant and o0n"
Warldens-they could not go back. And negrt
they were right. We are glad that the license o ti
for ci cusse, has been put to this amount, furni
and if it have the effect of turning aside from Woul
us only one half of these demoralizing and least
filthy inslituitious, of which the country is Canl
flooded , great goo:l will be done. This it ditio
our opinion in regard to the course of the burl
council. At the snipe tlime, however, our to se
sympathies were somewhat excited at the farm
piltiablo plight of Rteynolds' whole concern, cond
from boss down to the poorest of the starved dustl
animals. They needed to exhibit, they were your
miserably poor, and we confess a regret that farm
this, instead of a richer, bigger, saucier "saw pecis
dust" establishment was made to suffer. and
Such is life, "whom the gods love die young" a"n
and this show had not yet grown to full Gre
blown dinnson. Now that the ice is bro- fll
ken, the initiative takel, we hope that the A
honorable board will maintain their Integri- of Rt
ty. sed t
The proressor did exhibit, however, at the to pt
hamlet of hIelena at night, to a pretty fair pray
audience, and we are told by those who Ai
went and would have gone had the distance stru
been ten times what it was, that the exhibi- of tl
lion was better than might have been ex- ofot
pected, and quite diversified, but that the Chit
elephant looked starved and hungry, and heat
that some of its admirers blamed Paysinger
and his four Wardens for it, because had they year
allowed the afternoon exhibition In town, he
Mr. ilephant would have had his dinner. dau
'here wcro those again who said that the Amc
county commnisloner was really the blame., ihoni
able trt', that his sub: ;;;Gnt flrreai of 1 - a bu
nolds for attempting to show withoutounty
license, whaen (lint license wias already it shislii
breeches pocket was a breaclh of good man- tait
ners, at lack of sense and a positive wicked- cont
ness, and resulted in great inconvenience to base
both tmenand ani nal Is and even deprived them trati
of an opportunity to get supper. To use a the
libnely conipareoni the commnissioner "crow- cut
'led the monkey" in it foolish and unclarita char
1.10 manner) , and it wia, a telief to our pent prec
up aad agnuized feelings to realize at the dro
last that the I'rofessor had taken the praeeau, lnri
lion to secure a county license, and in spite
of the county cola., did show. S
MIx.ANa-.a- nt beginis today. i t1t
Wlho killed poor little cock robblu? Pity it Ax
is to kill the pretty little bird a. neitl
They have their eye on So. Ca , at last,and stor
here comes an advertisement from a divorce ding
getter. Alas I It points a moral, if It doesn't se
adorn a tale. seir
(I to Wiseman and secure your picture, r-er
or got one of his pretty ailhumsa and fill it with Ta
the pietures of your friends. ctnac
February retired very angrily, and M1roh, fifte
atrange to siny forgot her ancient proeivities, Fret
and presented herself Tuesday morning in a Bur
asharming, genial, gentle wny-as meek and quiet erat
as any little kitten. zntic
'rhe strong winds of tadiy were death to the
weak fences; and as the one went high tIle otlier
lald low. It was also a terror to coat-tails and
beavers. We saw a clap trying t.p tand thel
storm-or rather to sil nagainst the wid. lie of A
oouldn't do it. Tite gate st,aiued his mast and- s'rtit
strew'd his euuvane. 'rrnvcrr-sailing %sen', a too
oircumstance comnared to his gyrations. lie, ,c1N
nase-i.uied hsimselfon th .la. "rboard tack, but it' (haa
was of ao itaai. Teok in l:irJ 's nal reefe-d lisa ed Ii
ta'-gnllannt salls, but ino better. F'inimlly naiost'
lsmmo lils benama eals aind nearlay a wreck from la
keiaana to track. lhe tait hats hielm liaard-a-port, and
lie last wie s:mw ofhitan wrasi on thea starboar,l tack,
I riing hardlaa po late ee, li.
Thlesparing Onmputalgn) ini opeaned. (lrcdottersort
nre at work. Ancat thae liko of' corn and irnanao
omaiaag into thec coiaintry naever haos before been t21
Cnaowni. May we dlareinopae thantthea presenatye ar' sef
viil be one0 of aunadnace to the faraner? Wtten
here may be fat cnttle aupon a thocusnud hill tops ii
and all ogr the valfies of Neiwberry, and the.
anrais almost bursting with thae fruits of ear th? Coa
'l'hi editor of (lie Unton Times says tihere isn't
sign tan leis towtn. That meat be because they
iavit anay woenders, or paitnters. If tine mar
linute of t anioan woat like to.huava rechierchie em
Igns fixed usp Just tiarn the U. & 5. ltnilroadu aIsle A
n'y and comio ov-er; we have some of the best Aunst
ign painiters ont. They get up theo neatest little oper
;igaaa imiaghinbln, andi our mierchaants wouldnt tihe (
aa wtihoiul a siga-nnul somne lance two or more prc ti
ail they dlraiw fromi fair acd naenr. (Our nicr
hmats d1o business accorditng to 1loyl1e. l).
Newboaarry Agricultural Society. lsecr.
All:ssus hi iuon -My mail boy lost amy hsI
aist numbialer oft (lie II trald on the roadi,
imad onlhy thr'ouIh thie couratesy of a fn ienda (lie
vha) sent toie tho tising lnmber, wats Coh
nyi at tenati ma caill,L'. ta youar r-emiarks in and(
efernenec to the Newbiermy Agr'icultural P.
e~1ie't v. in ec
I hadl madeh sceveal inaeffectual a ttemapts havi
oa get al tuee't inag aaf the Society, andt given
ni aill haopie of eanlitimng tiho interes~t of.
mat farmnalag conmunity3 in its bei'af-" ''r
>t ami wiilinag yet to tmakie anaothter ef
'or1, if pnerchaance iwe may succeed in ob.an
niinsg thaeirn co- operni joan to hbuld up the sissi
ngricul tual ianter'ess oft our1 distict, and eTi
ia'apose to enll a meting of the Society W~all
linring the latter dhays of March, or early Sou2
tart of Alaril, fosr thie purepose of nippoinat- Ai
uig dlelegautesi to (lie proposed Conventioni forma
.n) be hleld inl Chnarleston in Mlay. feet.
Very resplectfully T. 8. BOINESTr, le
Pomanr ina, Feb. 28. Pres. N. A .S. se
[Wo rigr-et extremely that our distmict Il
aociety is so inert, thant Newberry (lie
>ar'ent ofi di.strict Agrictultural Societicaeds4
:an pierit hlerself to fail1 into (lie back
;roundi(, (.r evenI take a second position, mass
Jr suffer the Society to fall into the sear riori
nd yellow leaf. The memory of the Ti
ast, andi tho hope of' the futuire, alike -refut
aay no. We trust that the worthy pro- lic
ident amay fIid ttilat the society Is onIly 1st, il
ndulmging I a short niap, amid that It ill Thi
wa'cko wiitia vigor atndl rceow its useful- ""itl
eaesa, and that he may lang preside Overtil
I 'with pleaure toa himself and benefit to al.h
mi'x Puiissmx STANDs F'IRsT ON TIIK IT op
I iased, this year, Phaonix Guano, Soluble
Paclio, 1haughi's Rlaw Bone aid AMapes' Ph
Phaosphiate. Whaere there an as 200 lbs. ha. shiip
aix Guano it is hard to diascern anty dill'er. E
enco between it and 8100 lbs. Sohubie Paeifie.
ri'h Phnis standis first on tine list of On.- lii
inos with me. Fromi presenit prospects ICs
thInk It will more thana doubhle the yield of
lotton thIs year'. ItIKE 3McGEE. W
Anderson.Co., S. 0., 'August 11, 1869, 05ana
"Jordan In e'ommatid. The 'Spaniards has5 I
svery where dlscomifitted. A largo inmber A
of thue maemi ra of tine Cuban Junt. were Tc~
xc tdat uteago' D ec
Tile wiinter inIti Clia csbein warm. In t
L'aba very hmat.'E
iRE, THERE, EVERYWILEIRE.
)Ttlitt GRAND SwbIND.E.-Some one, 1
on opening another grand scheme for
blhing the tax-payer, and placing the
ands of dollars at the command, has
a the pockets, of the authors of the Me
nous measure, has introduced a bill
e Legislature entitled "A Bill to *"
rize County Commissioners of each div
very County to purchase a farm, to at
ultivated under their supervision at
irection, as a model farm of their o,;
model farm indeed I A way-sido
for trifling Carpet Baggers and lnzy ho
ies-ani to be fed and clothed at the Cl
hse of the tax payer. To buy thirty Sa
eso "model farins," stock them, p.
sh wagons, inplements. &c., &c.,
dI cost the people of the State at the
three hundred thousand dollars.
the people stand up under this ad- C
al and altogether unnecessary a
en ? Surely not. We would like as
e hundreds and thousands of "model in
s" in our )istrict, but we t ant them lit
ucted with private capital and in
y. Edgefield don't want any of iii
Gounty Commissioner '"nodel
s." Not any. if you please-es.
Ily whilst we have to provide "ways
ienns" for so many other useless
Jul" laws and regulations, and t
.1back-graspings and unscrupulous PI
rs.-E'lgefileld Advertiser. ss
DAY or TIANKso-vv%n.-The House el
,presentatives of this State has pas. tt
t resolution directing the Governor
oclain a day of thanksgiving and
er on the r stification of the Fifteenth ii
ndment. Thanksgiving for the de
tion of all independence and liberty n
e States and the possible surrender
ir glorious American institutions to nt
ese, Japanese and other colored S
ben; institutions for the sake of
h the heroes of 1776 fought sevitn
s to secure their blessings to them. t
s and posterity. We hope there will 1
ravera to the Ahn1i.hty to averi the t
ers and threatening curse of the l
ndment. Weo have been a great and I
shing pcol*o without that, for near S
ndred years.-.Greenville Enterprise. c
oTns PAnDoNED.-Governor Scott
pardoned Jno. Evans, Samuel Mtus.
n, and Benjamin Mills, the parties
ieted ns leading participants in the
b i riote of last summer. Magis.
T. J. Mackey, who had brought
requisite "pressure" upon the Ex.
lye to obtain these pardons, with
acteristic i.hilanthropy carried the
ions documnents to the jail, and then
e ol in a carriage 'with the three
ies whom le had rescued from limbo. s
[(muarleston News. (
cow.-The third snow for tlis year 1
tw on the gronnd to the depth of I
inches. Whilst this intelligence
icr "points a moral" nor "adorns a
," we have the satisfaction of recor.
the trite saying, in connection 1
ewith, that it betokens a fruitful I
n for the farmer.-Keowee Cou- a
the U. S. Senate, hills were intro. (
d to declare the ratillcation of the
mth amendment bill ; to abolish the
dmen's 13ureau, and to establish a
,au of E"lucation, which shall co-op. p
with all other educational org:ini.
ns thronghout the United States for
rducation of all ' :nsses.
in Judiciary Conmmit tee reported
the evidence against Jnnge Busteed,
lalbama, was not sufficient in bnse
es of ifIpeachment. The Commit.
was. disoharged from the fnrther
lherati of the Biwteed ense. The
,lIty hill fr.om the Senato was amend
y a vast number of names.
me'S'premte Court. In the case of
rim vs. Itose et ni.. r-ided that the I
s'-ationu Art of 18(12 required tihe
it seiz.ure of the prope'rty' ntad credits 't
led, nnd that the seaizure ouf th'e debt
e maker of a niote' to the holer,
out the actual arrest of the note it.
1-:xrnts, Feb. 26.-The cars on the
issil-pi Central road wvent through a
le below Oxford to-dlay. Mr. Mc
en and son were killed. Col. Samuel
had a leg broken. Seventeen pier
were killed, mostly of wvhom were
rants for Trexas,
di'patcha from Vienna ays that the
rinni G'ov'ernm,,ent, if it receives the co
ition or N.Apoleon, proposes to convoke
ath,olie powers ini opposition to thme
'usions, of time Pope.
.rJosephi D. Harris Ihas been appointied
ant phvaician,, head attenanmt, and
trary and treasur,er of tIhe Luniatic Asy.
D)r. Coriiwe lilihas been remiovedl Irom
resent position as head atten)dant.
dge .J. J. WVright delivered a lecture
>ther evenintg in the A. M. E. Church
'mbia, on the subject od 'Strength
ints, Februiary 21.-The conscripts
mp; at Ly.onS are disnrderly, andi
becen singing the Marseillaise. Say
irrests have been mnaide.
me Senato is considering the hill to
le Texas into one State and twoI
tbill ndlmitting Georgia w'as reported
referred. It's precisely like the Mis
te (Governor has appointed Malcolm
ingfmord CommIssioner of Deecds for
h Carolina in New York.
.iX.Nnta, February 21.-The uni
depth of the Sues ;anial is nineteen
nd C'omnmissioner Leslie has resigned I
Peter' Horlbeck and Mr. Henry Boll
of Charleston, are dead.
bill Introdtucing a national system of 1
kIion is beforo Congress.
tigress lias denetineed the late Indian 1
aere. The Indiansa of tihe Lake Siupe-.
g'egot are stairving. I
o Methodist Coavention at Syracuse
e to listen to overtures for re-union,.
nry T. Sweotxer, a New York Journal. '
e legislature talks about doing away 1
nmagistrates In May, and appoInting 3
Iistces. Rewberry to have sIx,
ey have had an earthiqake ini Califor- I
ge is also Implicated hn theo aethp
glio. Caes i l
suvius Is now vomiting cr'ystalized
etwood ighthous, was destroyed by a e
Islsed against it ij a gate' k
tlgrante are rturning from J)razil. I
nister Duerlingame 'is dead,.t
lifornia crop prospects very flattering. ~
ark Ia soon to begin on tIhe ColumbIa i
o disbility'b%ll, covering 8000 namies,
'aesed to thie President,
other apetaeulardrama-"Th Twelve
itationa'--moro gorgeous thmaa the
Crook, and full of legs, ha runnIng at
his Church will be closed on Sabbath to
two or tiree weeks, In consequence of M
repairs now in progress. The Paster
accepted the kind invitation of the
hodist brethren to occupy their pulpit St
'e on Sabbath, and expects sto conduct ti
ine service therobn Sabbath afternoon
t) o'clock. lI Ntlso proposes to preach of
illena on Sabbath mornings at 11 tl
lock, until his own Church is re-opened. nm
the Presbyterv of Sonth Carolina is to I
4 its regular Spring Sessions at Aveleigh
nreb, on Thursday before the second
)bath of April next, (7th,) at 8} o'clock,
here are be'lon ing to this Presbytery r<
enty.eight M i n is t e r s and fifty-five C
uiches. It is expected that there will be f'
ull attendance, and there tmay be as natny
60 or 70 delegates present. The proceed
;s of the Body nae till open, and the pub.
are invited to atteud, thronghout. The c
v. Dr. 1uist, of Greenvil!e, will preach 1
e opening serm on. PASTORI.
At a called meeting of the physicians I
Newberry County, held, pursuant to
tice, on Fel. 21st, 1870, for the pur-.
)so of organizing a )ktrict Medical As
)r. 0. B. Mayor wea called to the
tair and )r. James McIntosh requested ,
act as Secretary.
Dr. J. W. Spearman introduced
Resolutions, For organizing the meet.
ig into an association to be called the
Nowherry Medical Association," which
ere unanimously adopted.
1)r. It. F. Carlisle qnd J. W. Spear.
an were appointed delegates to the
tale Medical Association.
Upon motion, it was
Resolved, That the proceedings of
his meeting be published in the New.
erry Herald, with a cordial invitation
a all the physicians of the district, to
e present at the next meeting, to be
eld on the 3rd Monday in March, the
Ist iust., at the C. ilI , for the purpose
f forming a permanent organization.
O. I1. MAYER, M. 1)., Chair'n.,
JAMES M\ciNtoshI, M. D., Sec'ry.
Ilectiig of County Comnis
On the 23d February, 1870, Comnis
inters Jenkins and Dogan met and
assed the following resolutions, to wit :
That they agree to give George I; Tuck
r one hundred find fifty dollars, same as
ommirsiuners of Union County, for the
ceping up of a Free Ferry over Etiorce
tiver, at Tucker's Ferry, for the year
870. That all persond not' eitizens of
lnion and Newberry CountiNS be re
tired to pay Ferriage, Mr. George B.
ucker to keep an account of the same,
nd divide the proceeds equally between
to Commissioners of the respective
ountics at the end of the year for the
se of the Counties.
Also that the following contracts be
That a Market.llouse for the town of
lewberry, will lie let nut to the lowest
idder on the 8th March, 1870 Said
tinket House to be eighty feet lbng by
in ty feet widie, with a twelve feet story
elow and .ten feet ab1ove. Said Market
inuxe to: he weatIcr-boarded. That
vithin the Market Ilouse there be re
luired one room to be used as a Public
lutll in thte upper story, also two rooms
o hue used nas oiiices by the Counmty
'reasutrer aind Co'uity Auiditor, of New
err-y Cottnty. All the rooms to be
la- teredi. Said Market linse to be coni
tructed of wooll, ontt of the beust nuite
iail, and to he bsuilt itn wor-kma nlike
nannter, siubject to tho supe.rv.iin of the
,miionirters. Thei, wmnk to be comu
>teted by 1.t Jantua'rv, 1871.
T1IIOS. M. dJENK INS,
Febrtuary 23, 1870.
A Contract for Medical attendane at
he Jail-andl Poor hlouse, will he let out
'o the lowest b,idder on ithe 8th March,
870, at Comnmissionier's Office, Newber
y Court lloutse.
TI'JOS. MI. JENKINS,
February 23, 1870.
Mr. .Jon,t Cntto w'as dusly electedl
2'lerk of the Board of County' Conmmis
iotters, of Newherry, for the reimainder
if the year 1870, and ordered to take
barge of the Books.
TIIOS. M. JENKINS,
Mar. 2, 0-It.
TtE InittEsisTIntI,E A lotoU3IEN. -Women
rh-io want to vote will he interested to
;nowv that the following speech, do.
ivered it the Wyomir,g Legislature, was
ho clinceher that caused thte passage of
ho act which accorded themt the right to
'ole. A tmemnber rose ntnd said:
'.Damin it, if you are going to let the
iggers andh piglails vote, we will ring in
lie womeon too." And they were im
nediately "rung in."t
A fter admnissi,>n, Missiippi will be
tided to the Decpartment of L.ouisana,
nd.will form a part of the Miilitar.y
hivision of the South.
On the 16th of February, by the Rev. T. II.
'ope, CAPT. JAs. Y. McFALL, and Mas. LA
'UNIA KINARD, all ofrNoerrety.
At Boeth Eden Parsonage, on the 23rd tult,
y the A. R. Rutdo, Mn. MIOJIAEL NAUxAN
ai Miss MATISILDA FABIAN, both of lar
On the 24th nit., byv the Rev. J7. 11awkins,
aisted by Rev. A. R1. Runde P'ao. L. A.
1Awx1115, of Greenville, and Mine. EISA
'ETA MeMoRa Es, of Newberry.
On,the same day at the residence of the
ride's parents, by key. J7. Iawkins assIsted
y 1Rev. 1i. Strong, Ma. JAMss II. AULL and
h as ADDnr S . IEzsTan, all of Newberry.
'The unusual accompaniment of two ole.
ant cakes, one from the islr bride, and one
om the groom, and both large, rIch and
sautifmul, In thIs happy instance is outr toe,
eltous record, and one whIcb we snake with
rofound obeisance. Only the most'skeptical
nbelever fri the happinoen 9f wedded life
an doubt the life ef bliss in store f6sr this
anyte. They have mad', the prettIest stat't
aowa In the history of matrimony~ int pty
ig such a complimentary tribute to the edl.
wm- Long may they live and their lives be
rowned with love and the approvIng smile.
DIan, in Ocals, TI.., on tIto 21sLt. an.,
toua Carrde, daughter of 00l. 8. M. and T.
.Gary, aged 2 laars, 10 months and 25
"Ere sla could blight or sorrow fade,
Death ea;ne with friendly care,
Thteopeninag bud to IHeaven conlvoyed,
Zew York toilet reporera iave taksi
t:riticism. Otto 't,' themn sta :: ,g a
s. L.'tt pink tulro wo tusgnize ti
es of lat,t % inter."
i 'e Wi. It. Ilornard, Proprietor of the
Advertising Agency, W iltington, N. ,
nutlorized to receive advertisemnentd for I
s paper at our lowest cash rates." t
LV"FSrKC.ti. NOTIUK.-To partles In wantt
)oors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to
advertisement of P. P. TOAI.K, the large -t
onfacturer of those goods In Charleston.
ice list furnished on aplpllcalion,
I lave A Terrible Cough.
You need not havo It long; go to your
rugalst nd got a bottle of )it. aUT'1"
IEli,rtATil) IE('yI'OtANT, it will
on euro you. It is dangotous to neglect
anghis. 'Il'is valnuable preparation may bo
nand in every village and hamlet in the
)uth and West. Mar. 2, 0-2t.
"We have made arrangetnents with the
roprietor of the CAnor,tsA FAInmta, a first
ass, elghtspago Agricultural Weekly, pub
shed at Wititmington, N. U., to club that
iurnal with the lliun.a%,, at $1 25 per year
or the two, to all new subscribers to the
armor. Specimen copies of th Carolina
armer may be seen at this office."
Feb. 23, 8-if.
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his is a rare opportunity for IAKING
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lars, to J. D. lERBY,
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Cor. Iteynold and Jatckson Sts.,
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Intellectual superiority occasions little
dliference in manners or conduct. Nature
guarantees a general sinihl trity of action.
Opinions and fancies, whether more or less
within the province of human control, and
an identity of which is not essential to the
parpose of existence, admit of an indefinite
variety. lInt there Is one suiject on which
all unitt, that is, in praise of the eflency of
the "Ol Carolina i3tters."
Safe ! sure ! reliable! is Wiiatnmn'.
Worm Candy I
Mar. 2, 9---t.
[From Norfolk Daily Journal, Dcc, 11, 1800 I
KosKoo.-Tiis nmedicine is rapidly gain
lug the confidence of the people, tnd the
numerous testimonials of its virtue, givet
by practitioners of mtedicine, leaves no
dount that it is a safe nuid rlia,le remtedr
for st'eaTYr t" Tin ut.oon, t.V n maiSK.si,
The last Medical .im"rnal contains an nr
tiele from Prof. It. S. Newton, M. I)., I'resi
dont of the E Medi-Col'ge, city of Nw.
York, that speaks in high terts of its eura
tive properties, and gives a sleiial recoin.
mendatio:n of Koskoo to the pie'itionets
of medicine. This is, we behere, the first
instnnco ahere such medicines have been
ollicitlly endorsed by the Facity of uty
of the medical colleges, and rellects
crent credit upon the skill of I). LIwrence,
its componnder, and also puts "Koskoo" in
the vAns of all other medicines of the pres
cut day. Feb. 23, 8-tf.
We ask attention to this l'nrivalled
The Pain Killer Is, by oniversol consent,
allowed to have won fotr it.elf a reputation
unasurpassed i' the Ilstory of tmedicint prep
arttion . Its lus'antaneons elrc Iti lahe on.
tire eraudication a n)nxtinctlon of PaIn, in al
Its variouts form+ inclentat to the humat
family antd the unsolIcited wtittan and ver
bal testimony of tie mases lit Its favor
have been, and are, its own bust adverti.e
For evidenco ini faivor of the l' sin Kill.e
for MinIsters' Sore Thruat or lironchmiul
read the following:
OU-wTs.--Thse Iini KIier ht:<se n n iion
stnitu cceisi tt of our hionan tipr iover ta-r
. ear-, asnd a portion ol'Ilhe titme it huas hee.t
the on ly tmedi-icinun'er our roiof. I lard .
ever dit I have my ci II reni 'oi. lain of lie
I ng sIck, without htavin hem m,cts k In thu
samie setntenace for l'ain Killer.
For several ye irs hernreim I hl-came a-qain
ted with the Ptin Killer, I Ihad stifer ed
preoit deal froutm an affe:lon itntmy thron-.tt
thotnght by somue physicini to lie Il-onuchitis
biy otheurs to lbe usit Is en!'ed Mlinisters
Sore Throat. At one time It na:s so sov-er
tha:t i wats obligedl to give utp preachin lg.
Wliiin a fow monthis iafer I had ibecom<
acqntalnted withs the Painu Kicr, I liad an
other attack fronm thatt dilstressling comaintsii
I tried my now-f'ounid mediclite, and1(, to mui
antotnishmnent aind dlelighit, it prodneed a wonl
doifutlly sonthtin'. fleet. In ai short time]
was wholly relieved. Since that tIme I hav<
hid a tumbiter of at tacks etf the s an nature
and the P'tin Kfiler hias always afftordedt mi
rellcf. Ahonit oneo yoir slince, my ifu lie,
cameo sinhject to severe sifering fri-tm lihen,
tinntisn: ciiir re'orl, as it,nntii, wtt~s to tlielPalml
Killecr, which wouihldi alwnys relieve heri.
I have not time now to siiy more, tis I
coulid with a hearty good will, antd atlway.
have done, In prtiise or tie Pain Killer.. I1
this htastiHy..writ ten let te-r, in commnendai, ot
of I'esrry I )vis' vu ;lit.e mecinie, will lie ii,
any service, you are att libierty to do with ii
ats yotu p:ease.
Ve'y truly your',
F.DG \lUA.\tY, Owaitontna, M Inn
Missionaty of the A. II. Ilomte MlIsion So
Mar. 2, 9-lm.
ofryTHEI SEA SON A NI) ITS'
DANGE~lhS.--T'he hnmtin bodycnl is chiIefli
comiposed of ismtus andb fibire 'as senitivi
to every ebantge int the (condilloni of ts
atmottspiherenis ilie tmost ticlieinte elietromet.
ter, or~ the quticksilver ini a baromtetet
Th le stomach, the skin, the 'netrves, t
luiigs ittul the excretory orratis site e-i
peciailily liablle to be, allected.. biy these
variationis, atnd thle hest dlefence nginitst
their dististrotis tetidency is to keep, the
digestive machinery, which feeds and iiotur
ishes the whole systetm, in good working
If the stomaeh is weak or disordered
neither the blood nor tihe ile etan hie int a
henlthy state, tind tupoti the fittness of these
two inipotnntt fluids for the ofl1ees assigned
to diem by nature, and 1he regiit y of
their flow, hehh ini a great measure de
WVhen the air is hteaily ident ' itli cli.
hug inphors, na it oftetn is itt this seasont of
the year, the digestion should be an obhjiect
of peculiar eane. If it Is weak atid langnid,
the wiiole physical stre urte will be enter'.
vated. If it Is v-igorouis, the eniiro orgiini.
7.ation will heat rong 1o resist the tuntowaurd
and depressing hinlieneo of a damp aud
itiated atmosphere. A pture antd powerful
tonic is therciore especilly iteeded as a
safeguard againist the diseases moset conmom
In the spring, and ilostetier's Stomach [hit.
te being the nmost wholesome arnd potenit
medicinie of the e'insa at present ktnown, a
coturso of It ia pai -.icularlysadvisable at this
perIod of the year. The stomaeh w-ll there.
by be toned and strotnethened, theo liver
and beweis regtniated, tho nervous sitm
braced up, and nature put ita a slate of ao.
tve~ tiefico.pgjnat,..tshia ipiiemau whicht
susperindutces hilurnitienit amdtn reitutnt
fevers, rheumtttism, nervoius debilityv, head.
ache, hypochondria and othier coanplaina.s
which aro.spt to eaIl theo uoned sndl til.
fortified organi.ations. The body ia
strengihenedl withiotnt excitIng thie brain,
and conscetotly no nimpleasitnt renction,
follows its revIvIng and renovating opera.
Mar. 2, 9-hm
Just, received 200 lbs. -Fresh
Pote an by A, 'ri oRIS.
r1'131uY,rS.a C, sOfCtt,
quet aud heavy sales
?Lttltt. a, eb u - 1o sfm oton des
ew mesa 1. . b
1t~t lIta krsoul2 1
Calsatu,y sales 1%
uOble. 1 eI ul io
Newberry Prices Current.
1),per bushel.'.---1 76 a2 05
IAdGN no,tt'.'..- -erur 2-...lto0alu7
l nll(reNO P%00 po ble t' eprt cos t"
ALy-t r i6d.-''--'--- a 27
IvACON---lah,. Fer lb..'..........a. 2
ea houlde r lb''""'''--. a 22
Sides, per '".........1 a -
ii.i TONri., perb-"'............ - a 1
IALoK' ntry, per l**".......... 14
. 1. 11.. 'A -'" " -ll..... a 2 i
OllKC8pte '''ea 26
CAACO--lerar l................5a aj
SIl'F per lb........ ..1 a
lN, S Ner bu hel. .' ........ .
COltN 11 A L .r... "''.--'.......... a 60
COFFEF,---tldou an, per b'lb... 22 a 81
-I guyro, er 1,..- - a8
Java, per lb..............
C(YlON Y Al(N,p unch..-.--..-.-.-- 224
)O1TIN -44 r erd......... a16
8-4 "... .12a 8
E'Oi, per buozel.........2 si 6
UI1t 11, er brs.. .......... 7 al
Adtun~igis aullue~t, per lb...(.. 22
li"N 1' E-El, per lb...........
oP''e ' - -- er b.---........ a 12
O aR . -. --.. . . -........ a 1a
IA , peribozeu .........-.........a 2 '
FLU lt prol.....................a' 10
(.IIO,.I, per lb ............. a4
LUMil IUW Ide iloards, per M ft.. .12)0 a2)iio
- Roantiig, per per ft....0 a200
Flooring, per oT. .150 a100!
MOLASSES-Cuba r gal.......... a 60
West .n, pg... .... a ..
1'ew Orleans, peor gal.. .1 00 .l 26E
MACKElIKEL-per Iwilfbarrel.-.9 u0 a12.i.
per Kit..............860. 00
MtAJ)l)Elt- cr lb-................ 4) a 50
SAIL,, lper e....................a7
LATD. per bushel.................... a
ONIONS, per bushel- -............1 50 a2 00
01 -ros tine. per a..... ...... 76 a 00
Fndoring..ed..................... -1& a2 00
,I.nseedI, raw.................. 25ml 50
uAnECer's, Straits............1 4a al 60
'E A 8. lier bushel...............2 00 R2 5'
'TATOS-rs i, per bushel. 2.. 00 a3 2o
Sweet, per bushel.......1 00 a1 2
PAN -White Lead, per b........ 1 a 18
l)IC I-. per lb ....................... a 10
8 A LT, lier sack..................... a2 -0
l I'S, per 100..... ........... 6 .a
SI A It-l'uverzed, pr l............. a 2
'rushed, per lb.............. a 20
A.s per ed ...l..................a 12
t ', xtra, per lb............... a 17
rown, per l............... a 1r
liA ver....................... . 18
1*'Iit T$--Corn Whiskey, per gal....2 00 a32 5
renelt lirasdy......... nO a506
P lye Whiskey.............2 60 a6 0'
llolland (in........4 0) a8 00)
Of' Turentine............ al 0
SA--I.vn, per 1b.......................1 60 e2 60
* - ItlPrite. per lb.............1 al 26
liruick. er lb..............1 00 al 0
I'A ITt W. .er lb.................12ja 18
Vi N F-. A -:iter, per gal............... a 10
VA IINISIlld-('onc bely, per gal 4 &i s6 0i
Brolw,l, p er gul............p3 a
S l'F,A per bus'. el...................
LATEST QUOTA .iONS 0F
IN (CHIAit LISTON, 8. 4'.,
Corrected Weekly by A. 0. EAUJMAN, Bro
ker. No.2 Broad Street.
FIIlRUAIY 28, 18.. .
STATn cUnfT'u --Hulth CarolIta, old, 84a
81; (10 new, --a70; d, regit'd stock, cx hut a
C'ITY Sv.cutavata-An;,nsta. Gnu., Itonds --a
84; I(,alieeton.r8. C., Ik. e. r llt, - a 60;
\lo, Fire \ . I l-liSnc, -a 76; ClumbIa, . 0.,
lietils. -- a 70..
l1all.nAn IloNos-llte ldge, rst mort. . e,
01 -; e blInrk-tonal ......v...nn.,8 ar
Iot te. Cohrmbha andt Augusta -- n 90 twraw
uta Daliigtm. 8; Gt-evile edolunbia,
tr-t snort., - SI 70; do, 8tate sllarantee, 64 a -.;
NortIIolnstern.841l1-; Savmnt and ('Ilrleston,
, st in,,rt.. - a b; dIo. 81ute gUaranitee, -- a 04;'
- South Curolina, -- a 82; do, 73; Spartanburg anid
U~ niont. -- n 64.
It AIL.IIoAI .''Tocs-Charintte. ColumbIa and.
Au::n.la. -- I 55; ti reecnville us11l lunlbia 2a
;Northeastern,. 7 a 8; !'avunlllnh raid ('harle1.,
11on. - II ko; 8Il n ( l Unounu, n holesha1 es, -a
42: dI, lliit sh-,res, -- n 21.
F.x(lr Ntl. &e--New York S(iht, L T par;
('oFd, 110 a U121; 1iver, 118 115.
STAT:Hrutx a-80iN1t Caroina old 84
PC UrY S c Aot.t-,Nr at.u (n.oa. -
*R';ak ofChar'est,...................- a -
*Itn,k of Newherry.....................- a -
latk f Lau ul. - -- ; ol.......40) a -
lIalik of ( ieorgetowto........-.............f a -
Bu,k ond S nh Carolin -..............10 a --
6n-nk; ( 'hleSter- ........................, a -
Itallack 1'olImblurg...... 3 a -.
ldk of' leg of. .. prior to 186.... ...u5 a ---
I1tnk o futte of S. C., isse 1801 un t 18t:,. 6- a -
*l*rnn rr.'und16 .hlhaC'c' It'k olCh'rheston- a -
*l'eeple's 111n11k of Chnarleston...........,.- a --
o ll na k o Cairleto ........-- . . - a --
Stuthrtern -i t I; link 01 haraeston, old- a -.
Sonthwe.tern it - a8k odCh7alSaton,ew,- a --
SUte -ink of Charleston..............3 a -
Fa'urmtrl' and l,cunu,go 11'k ofCharleston..--- a M
F.xcinlinge 110ank of('olulnbla.l....... .....10 a --
(",sumcial hank of ('uliumbla........... a -
Mercrhantls' Ilank of Chuernw. ............ 3 -
l'lanterd l1:ank of l"nIrIichcI............... a --
Stute of SnaIh IC4 aroli na liill ccehvable...par.
('liy ouf C'Ihaleso Chlange 11d1.......par.
'11131s marked films ('1 nre bInt1g redeemed at
Ih Inn113k ('ntI of.II'ench.
Court of' General Ses
sions and Common
TL. It MAlRS[IALLr expectinlg a 'large
trowd to b,e iiu -IendanIIIce nexI week at the0
Sessionl of (;olrt,l iill beC founlId readuy, Walt
aig andl 11 nxions ( toipply all I heir waints in
Ilhe follon ing lilies : J.ishl andl Oysters er--:
daly. Girocerliesih: snmi11 l' large quan lilies,.
A lhnge andit well seletedf' shock of Con
f'erioner'ies, larr iig all is and all next
wee. AlIso, all1 seasionaIble Fitks, lbananas,
C;(ooannt s Oralges Nor thern'I A pples, also,
lI'me A PIlets, if~ lhey can be had. Mush-.
roomi C'rnekers, (delighll 1,) Fox Orackers,
ami1, oiher'i (Cruekers nnd Cakes nevter before
broughlu 1o this mariket.
IL. IR MA RIIlAIIS will be tihe place for
y*e hunligry peole to come. Mar. 2, 0-11.
STR A YED froun thce subscriber, near Sa,
huda Old Town, a D)OE. Snid DEElR Ia a
large ono. Ally InformatIon abtot It, will
be appreciatedu, and a reward will be givei
for its Ieovery'.
JOHN W. MILLER.
Absolare~ Divorces obtaIned In Newv
YorJIk, IndIiana,~ lilinois and olher States,
legal everCyn% here2t ;desertion, drunkenlness,
non-l.llpportL, etc., illeInt CauseR ; no pub-.
lielly ; n chiarge unt11ildivore obtainedl,
Advice freo. lISinless estaeblishxed tlfteen
Mi. IlOUSE, Attorncey,
No. '18 Nuaasanl Shreet,
Mar 2, 9--im. New York 'Jity,
FIFTY BUSHELS ebiolco SEED OATS
ror salIu., at.
I. C. WISKEMAN'T.
TIIll flouse and L,o. dJ6oine ito, rosi,
dence of Mr.. MIIrtin, .tho i'OtfnIseq #f In
good order, and contalining abdt on1- and
a half acrea, Terncst hppt
Sale of iNtes and.A4eouuts,
I will sell on Saturday, te 12th ?,Iareh, at,
Newberry Court, lion1se, at 12 ME., the Notes
and Aeounts in my hantid,, belonging to the
firmi of BT'ONE & ftlKARiD, Jlankrtupls.
Feb. Iii '1..f,