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Wednoad1y, March O, 18'04
'We notice in the- Guardian, a call,
from Capt. 11. S. Thompson, principal of
the 0.oletiMLa Female Academy, for a
convention of the teachers of the State,
to meet In Columbiaq, the - first week in
May. For teachers not connected with
the free schools is the call made. We
approve the idea, and urge the inmior
tance of such a meeting.
One of our misfortunes is that we have
no hall capable of accommodating an anu
dience, or suitable for an occasion such
as Cohuitlia has lately enjoyed, an ope
ratie cetertainmnent, and from the gifted
and talented lady whose name is given
nbove, and whose fame in song is the
theme of the whole country wherever
sko has appeared. Columbia may well
exult that so exquisite a voice has trilled
upon the ears and touched the hearts of
har people, while Newberry, with all her
claims, and all the interest felt in the
Southern songstress, feels a correspond
ig regret, that her citizens have been
dgprived of that great pleasure. The
papers of that city alluding to her bene.
tittiight, on which occasion was given
I Trovntore, speak of it as a decided
Dcath ofyudgo T. N. Dawkins.
The annooncnemnt only of the death
of thii rominent citizen was tmado ii
our last isne. lie was taken sick at
Yotk, xnd ttiviied to Ui,ion where he
died as stated, in Saturday night, the
12th of March. Jmige I)an kins held at
high plnee in the comiderntion of the
people, md his death is deplored. The
State lais lost another distingnished
Ju'geTIa Ikins represented Urrion for
nmany years in tile State Lvgislatnie, and
was regnrded a man of excellent sen. e
and line -attainments. lie was after
wards elected Judge, and in that high0
ollie disclmtged his duties with ability
and lidebity. After the new regime had
deprived Jilge.I). of Iiis Jmidgeabtip, he
resnmed the praelice of the law, and we
presume that it wtoin the di;charge t f k
his diies is n ndvocate that he fe I
sick while attending Court at York
The Lion Re.ireth and the Whangdoodle
(overnor Scott in a speech at Wash.
ington said it is time for the weak kneed t
Congress to recognize the Sonth-tllind- g
lng particularly to Georgi-annd leave p1
us-Gov. Scott, the lengues and Win
chester rifles-to do the rest. As the it
.representative republican of South Caro
lini, he promises that no repnblican shall 1
ever knock at the doors of Congress for i
=tdsmission with a majority against him.
We trust not. lie w%ill see to it, with i
the aid of Winchesters, that there wilt
heno mnajomity agmainist amny of tihe loyal
candidamtes. le says lhe has been oni
ieket four years, and spent foumr ill the
army, but the years spent omn picket don.
ty have been the searii st of his life. We
have no dubt of that, iho tins beemn
frighutenmed at tme shuadowvs mde by him- m
self amnd his Ku Klux. lie coneludes em-.
hatiently3 aind clinchinghy that the Win
chester sile lis the best law the Sonthim
can have, Wham:l. n savvago is ouir chiief
iIe is evidlently inuclimnemd to i ncendiamisma
In the highest degree, and shows a spiril
of mnmaiciiousnmess altogether unuwarrant.
able. Of time eight yearsi of his public
life he prefers the four in m whieb lie fot.
towed time war pa hi, Whuat coniehnsion
* other cnm he arrived at thanm that lie in
hamnkei inmg to W(ountl ist steed and off to
tiho wars aginu. Thme four years of iek.
et duty were proflitabmle imi peeniary
ptickinmge, tiut scarey. Ilichmardi, time
bloody, umitiimely ript from his momther's
wom, bougt inito tis b.reatthing world
wvithi teeth, a lghitcr and brawler, never
mmade so had a speech. We are ashamed
of yonm Gvernmomr.
W~hittmore, the white cravatedl imu.
miaenitate pinays on his simngle stinmg.
With teams the dlehires that tie receivedl
the amonecy for that endatetship for the stile
n<oe of his dear peole,' lie phayedi eni
that sti imng at Kingstree last wveek to a
somalIl andiemce. The $500 cndet money is
thus accounted for, buit of tihe $1,000 re
ceived for btuilding school houses in is
udistrilet he can onily sh aw' whecre $'T,000
went. T'he remiainider $5,400 must have
gone wheu're tha "wonudhino twvineth."
The seconud tine played omn the sameo
tin-'saim artist- is set to piartucu.
tar metre-lhe wants to be Remnt back to
Congress aiid glory, iIe concludes hist
hlino by saying he Is determinmed to "amrum
hmlimsef-we itust not after Scott writh.
a Wiliehester-"gainmst a sea of troubles,
and by oppomsig, cnd them."
The high court of justice, for thme trial
of P'rinceo Pierre Bonaparte, for the kill.
lng of VTictor Noir, was organized on time
Geni. Jordamn in a letter to thme Oap-.
(tltn (eneral, demnies a telegram which
sntates that lie pr'oposed to surrender to
hhnui. .A private letter from Jordan says:
The eniemy as yet hass been unable to
get anmy advantages, anid thme dry season
is waning. After that they can do no
thing f(r months, and -we can operato
advanitageously against thmem.
The 1.1ll to enfiorce the laws of Ireland,
wagjpausmed Mlarch 28d, after a long do,.
to.-yeas 425; nays 19.
D)r.eRobert C. Ausatin, ialhihl re.
aedcItIzen and successfu physiciani of
U4~ district, died at hisa resideneo near
tross~IIIll, on. the 18th Instant, . after a
A New 'York' ,om who expoot to be
I ~a wookr up as makeit the '"splend'
4qt~ tig this season."
* NowEn tinonedi bonnots show no in.
crmn.t ini ~',-n1, t e'mm.;.-er .hi i.. .,. I....
The E4gefeld Advertis" says it it an
uncomfortable fact, that during the past
year, a census of the inhabitants of
South Carolina was taken, and it turns
out that we have 45,484 mor women
than men. Of this number 14,672 are
white women ; 80,814, colored. We re
gard this as an uncomfortable faet, Un
comforttble for men, in view of the day
of fenalo suffrage which Is surely con.
hug. And uncornfortable for women, in
view of the dicfiulty of attaining to the
And again that strong symptoms of a
ilayonet Election are seen in the ordes ing
of Capt. F. A. Bellinger by Gov. Scott, to
forthwith organize live Companies of
Militia in Edgefliold District, as near the
town of Edgeleld as poss%ible.
Albout 8 o'elock on Friday night last,
says the Yotkville Enquirer, a barn on
the "llarris plantation" .f I)r. E. '1'.
Avery, four miles from Ebenezerville,
was found to be on fire. The building
was destroyed, with a loss of five or six
hundred bushels of corn and a large
nanount of forage. A negro man haa
been arrested on the charge of filing the
Says the Churleston Courier: On
Saturday evening Major W. V. Leland,
while in Prince-street, near Mercer, wa% 1
attacked by a large man, who dealt him
a powerful blow on the face, knocking
on'. three of his teeth. Mij. Leland drew
his revolver, and fired four shots at his
assailant, who fled and escaped. Maj.
Leland thinks the attack grew out of 1
his recent niitir with George Wilkes.
The Kalmia Mills are now known as
the Langley hianufactiring Company.
The following are the Board of Iirect. t
WIm. C. Sibley, of Augusta; Geo. T.
Jackson, of Augusta ; F. .1. Pelzer, of c
Dhnarlesion ; Witn. C. Langley, of New a
ork; Wim. II. Tutt, of Augusta, and
hisial Sibl.', of Anignstn. <
W. G. S ; i s lbeti len :. d Plresi- e
lent, and M. F. F"ster, Siperinteidenit.
1'he Mills will soon be in operation.
A fine art thief namel Sinith, attnebed r
o Stowe's eir"eus, is boarding free at y
lcCkins' hulel in A nderson, for steal. p
ng i Ilhotograph album. p
The fire which occurred in Anderson I
mf) lhe 1 h,lih, resnltedh in the following )
OS (nyt. Daniel's resicnlrtce $7.U- It
nsurel .100 ; .Mr. Cr"aw 'ford's residence il
8100 ; and the house occupied by Mr.
Vil.lman $150t. Other parties nlet with
rsses in mnoving. Cause of fire acecilen
On h unuhiy eveninr, in the snie town, N
lie stab'e if Mr. .1. B. Clark wia,S con- N
unel by fire. llow it originated is on. "
t'"rl. 1). 1.. Ionnil, of Willirmston, hu
ans ro~bbed of $iol0 fsom hi- stiore re f
ently. It is 1h.tught lie will recover a i>
art. So says the intelligencer.
O'il EXCIiAN(E hIST.
Typograpilc M essenger for .inarr, from
ie l'pe A'orndry or J tnes Conner's Sons, to
ives sunme fin apeolmes t'or the art.
The Situ'lay Times'lia1 title of it new pa.
rr jti started in Chalrleston, by Messrs. "
yan & item. It sensibly eshews policies. Co
is neatly printed and well filled. Subserip- of
on "2 per annm' th
The Eetectic for April, is a eapltnl nmber.
splendi steel engraving of llor.aee treely
given, ani as every one would like to see
to veteran, we a.tvise them to suh<erihe for
to Ecleetic md send for prenst unuber.
uhltiset by E. Ht. Pelton, 108 Fuliont St ,
1.'Y. Fubicriptlon S5.
Xsw i Uuss.--The AAderson Intelllgencer wv
e0 ire leasedt~ to sasy inppiears in a ntew diresni lit
ih week, arnd looks as neait anid biright aql of
etyipe andl goodl wo)rkmatnship can minke ne
. The inutligencer is it livo. thsorouigh,n
'ide awake p-ipes-, stnd derves the stccess '
'bilek its prese~nt improved conditions wars- psi
muts urs it telieving it receives. lhe
Thne Oldt tisard for A priI-contasiur: Undier ly
in<ple-lon; D'isalognre between at l)emoi-rnt
nud a Coniservative; Flower (nitns' asnd a
lowers; Thle lleir or Gaivmsount ; the Panlee dr
ardten of Welmrnsr; My Siartiling Sitation; frs
oni -tamonig tthe D)etta M'en; The Scarlet
'rog; Tire )i.ttani Summtrer; t'he Meltooidle n
'slh; ett', etc. Yasn F.vrie, Iloerton & '>.
'u!hi,her, New York, $3 a year. m
'Tni' $:.vr:n N Kws.-This enterprrisi. ago.
Ig;sd parl', gb'llished-s at Stumirer, 9. 1'., byv
tess:s. hin,. k Osteen-.i -two praii.d pirins
ers-ntmnnies in -"W Origisi Storv, fromr
lie jpei of she i.detitsed tm,'s J-.ohn G&r
pooni Er-ini, enititledt Thle Mysterio,,2 Mar
irgi', to libecommieniced oni lhe I ith of
pr-il, wlehi- still bec followed sdsrlsg ulie
car try thesr Osriginal toiess by the~ same
Now is a god timse to snibscribne for the
,ens Trm-ss $3.00( in sadvansc- t' o copti.'s
G.nit. Aslilress ass abtove. i
Amie-icsan Siusdary Scol Worikcr for
tuarch .--Thsu i s iagzine lai edtitei,lihv protimi
ent Igirntiemn connieced ith i thei varlos (1
viiin'eIildeninattiitioiis, andi plulishedi by
I. W. Me-lure,-e St. itils, att $t.5) pci- year.
Jun trisl fours monsths for 50i ets. Thne follow, P
ng I-i its table of contents: The atmo<phere sa
if the Sndiiy Schoot-itey. A. ii. ttsr-ling
iamr, 1). Di.; I lhave so'newhlat aginst thee;
'Ihe Isdeal Sndayie School Teacher-lishopl
-. M.1 Mar-i; liel p the Famni lies; Thce train
rig r-qinred- lev.- A. - . Gemorge, ). I). ; iut
ire l'ie-tussi to, enmed liv lile lovers;
isis yosur Schlalirs ; Snlab:nh~Sehosi Mnele;
l'he Mnimernt of i'et il; iklrthany Mission Sun. -
liay Schiool ; Feart of .imsigmrent; log
schoilaris; Nsotes anit Quesrs<; Te l'ower of~ v
Word; Three Ilonthis (l; lihnekboarid
.essons, 11ook Notices, Lescon Papiers for
snehl Sial.hmath,* ih Notes, Illnst-ntions, Pr-ac
ieal liunts, t'oetiry, &c., &c.
'Tn: a-iueoi.iuis.-Then iseconid ntiumbern
f this juornatl hass re-hdil ins itnds is funlly
.np to the promeises hinid onlit lie first, i't
rontinis a vecry fmue full page enigraiing, on e
Iitedl paper, giviung she detaliils of the Eaist 1
Isiver ilr.sdge Gaissonr. Othert asrdtice of
;r-eat interest servo to render this usnmhler,
ra huabile, both Iso the praetrelii irn an toI
tIhe general reader. Anrongst thiemi mity Ibe
inrenitionied Te Mannficinre~ of i'orc-sliuhi,
ihiertntrprovemrcents ini itiltion, Sireem
hlnillwayts, Ocienn Lh,ies of Te-legraphn, Theis
P'aris Hystemi of Drsainagske, Inifluence of (Ic.
euplation onr Iiiealth, 'Ther iliutory of' thse
hi,eifer MitOch, Isomneteical Prsjsectionr, 'The
scienece of Little 'Things, &c., &c. Those
s-ho desire to examriie a copy of this
siurnal should send twenety cesnts to the In
lustriil'sPuhieation Comnpasny, l76 liroad
ray, New York.
The Free Schools.
The School Oo.'messioner ons sale-slay
nill read thme school i,.w arrd maeiko sneh ex
lanations na are nseceerIry, andh give a
arie.f report of whnat was dIo;:n at the cmet
sng of theo Ksato Hoard of .adna.stlin, lie
sonlil be happy to sco all tIne teaschera
present, and the citizens genterally w'o are
sli interested ini the Free Schools.
Teachers will be required to make sall
davit to their accouts for turitionr is-om
lIov. 1ist 1868, to (let. 8lst, 1869, when I
transferredt to the prInted form. now In the c
hrsads of tine School Commissioner, whten
they will acaount for what payment has c
been mrado theem fromu ether sources thtant
from, the State--the oasine diuo wIt be a
paid ouit @5 throSchool Fund. To arrange l
thsese accouhta the Schloot Coimmiusonesr J
will attend at, Keeborry durIng the week.
l'ho people wit Atds that thtey have a deep j
isterest la tIne propee masnageent of these<
mochootus apd:as 'rwtctes will hasvo to be
eleoted for each achrool DNstrmnt, they shouida
its once look about and select .prqudent ales,
sdiscot men to set in this capactity.' het
all Interested attend oa sale-diay whten It IsI
knaed all nrecna.ary Infran os' will be
07' The value of a district paper depends
In a great degree upon the comploteness of
its r,oVAJ, xsws. and wo beg our friends to
forwand Thr publication any and all Items
coming under their observation.
Dr. J. R. Tnoursox informs his Mends
mad patients that he will be absent from his
Milco from the 5th to 9th of April Instant.
TAXn Youn MKALS INSID.-"The young
people who were seen feeding each other,
love fashion, over a gate post, the other eve
ling, had better be a little more cautious in
FAVOR.--Mr. C. liouknighl, Superinten.
lout or the Charlotte, Columbia & Augusta
tall Ioad, will please accept our thanks for
its "complimentary" for the current year.
racefully extended, it is highly appreciated.
IHosY RED, NiCK, FRAORANT.-Mr. L. it.
Iarshall will accept our that ks for a sample
ot of the nicest apples seen for sotne time.
l'hey are the Sirpson variety. L.overs of
,ood apples will immediately get t:otne from
Mn. W M. Suxx;n will accept our thanks
be a copy of the report of the State Superit
endent of Education, submitted to the Gon
ral Assembly ian. 2.1, 1870, and also a copy
of the Acts and .oint liciolutions relating to
:tlucation, passed by the teneral Assembly.
Avar.aion Cru nact having been repaired
nil painted, will be open next Sabhath.
*ervices may be expected in the forenoon by
he pastor, Rev. Mr. Mickle, in the afternoon
y 1ev. Mr. llawkins, and In the evening by
tcv. Mr. Darby. The public are cordially
nvited to attend.
Dox'r FAIL-to mnake up your clubs for
ho Herald; to have ready the little amounts
iccessary to settlo for advertiring notices,
dinintstrators, executors, assignees and
thers;-to make up your minds to renew
nd pay for your subscriptions; and any and
11 other matters of essential interest to this
fllre. And having all ready, do not fail to
all on us next Monday, Sale-day.
W:Dt,cG CAttt>s AD EvNvtl.(>1-'n -We
.ve Ju,t received a lot of landsome, pure,
-hle and rose tint wetiiing cards ;id1 en
elopes to mateh, of the latest and most up
roved fashion, which we are prepared to
riat to order in the neatest style. A lso an
wsortmcnt of E-mbossed anl plain Invitation
taper. The patterns are very flue, and wo
Ivite the attetion of parties needing any of
cn to give us a call.
NIoF:n 1h:tus.-''Say, Mr. JTnis, Is dar
ty place in de BIible whar a enlind pusson
mentioned 7" sul< old Caisar to his friend.
Well, dare is, tt' if you'd been to tett'n
lnday ye'd heard the preacher read how
Igger lie-nna wanted to bo horn again.'
Wh'-wh'-at he want to be horn agin fer?"
I dunno. I spec he tought he night be
ri a white man next time, and dar's a
and many niggers allho now Jes liko old
!tmuts, but dey'Il tillers bo niggers atyhow. ''
Tije I'resbytcry of South Carolina will con
no at Aveleigh Church, on Thursdny,
p>il 7 It, at 31 o'clock P. M.
All persons willing to assist in the citer- dl
inant of the lolegates, are rspoectfully F
lested to nake it known to either of the
dersignet, at as early a dny as nay be y
nvenient. A list will be found at the store 1
Messrs. Wright & Coppock, and also at
3 o01eo of Mr. I. N. Cary. tt
EC. S. COIl'OCK. 4o I.
I. N. GAltY. "s n
tar. 23 2t. I
CAuI.Res -Ditavio.-Lnst Thursday g
ruing, a negro while driving a horse and
agon rapidly round a corner, knocked a t
tlo white boy down, and theo frotnt whioel
the conveyance passed < ver him. Ilad i
tbeent for the timely presence of tIhe chiljd's
ither, Nho used her strength to resist the ~
siago of the wagon, the little fellowv's tI
aid, it is bielieved, would hauve cotne diIreet- g
tander the hind whee'. Th'iere shaould beoj
hoeafvy psenalty attached to those whio t
lve at an intempj 'rateo speed throuaght mauch .1
quentted avenues, ad around street cor
At a meeting of the Newberry MedIcal As
clation, held on -thme 21st inst , the fol
winig oficeers were elected for the ensuing
Dr . 0. Ii. MAvon, President,
" I'. II. 11UFF, \'le0 l'resldenat, -.
" JANI:5 MclNTstia, RecordIng Sec'y.
" i1..1L. Ctaur.us.me, Corresponding ''
i' ,l. L.. SPE AK ,TrastRr.
'Thle niext regil neeetig wvili be held at
e C II, at 2 o'clock P. 31., pa saled.ay In
nay, (Mniday 241) at whaich tIme an fla,dAsfa
Ill be deliveaed by' the l'residents, Dr. 0. I1.
.aylr the nmembeirs of the~ professIon
arroughout the lirict ares c'rdlially andilear
estly invited to attenad, nuni ite it thea j
rotmotion antd advancementt of medical
,lence anal literature.
J.\MlES Mc!NTlOsll, M1. 1).,
Mar. 30 3t. Secretary.
M.u c a 27. -Theo Procuareuar-General
aade hais argaument ina liigha Court.
na'rly all the~ evideunco of tho pr'osecu
on wvas set asideo lay thme Proenraarur,
hoat deman mds condemnn attion of th lP lrineuo
eenanse t,he shootinug wits not donae in
M.mmen 28.-Princo lonap'arto wsas
egnijtlt< in spite of' them strong appetal
aile by the Procuamcurdieneral for a
erdict of guilt, with extenuaatinug cir
itmtstanices. T1heo jiary was out 0on1y an
our. As soon na thae verdaiet was an
atneed, 100,0001'. were elaimed on a
ivii suit, in conseqnence of wlich the
rmeano renimn in custody.
'The reut. of the main at. Relmae, on the
4tha, Is as follows: Twent y-onme maitches,
tacon winnaing 15 fighta and (Gee I. Edage
old and South augainust thet other half of
They have trouble in New York lie.
ause the proprietors of irving llalh will
ot pernit the Anti slavery Society to
nseet thecro, giving as a reasons that "tao
dmit colored penale to thetur hall w'ould
adure its reputationa and their patronage.
Ninety-soeven daily necwpapers are is.
nued In Great Britain anad Ireland. In
oadonu, eleven morning and seven evm.
aing; in the Provinces, fifty-two ; in
kcotland, ten ; in Ireland, furtcon ; in
Vales, two ; ins the Channe.l lailand,
llaving just, received another cargo of
'ht,inhx Guano dIrect from the Islanads, we
ana 1lli all orders for either of the followIng
,ahuablo Forahllaers: Phionix Ghuanoc; WVil.
ox, Gibbs & Co.'s Manipulated Guano'; (uanto
alt anid Plaster C'ompouand. The "M3anii
uhated" and,*thae "Comapoaund" are prepared
y us at Charlesfin and Savatnnam, Gla.
'rfear Shlepard, fate Ianapector, says of
huem t "I can heartily recommend theso
'ortllizere, not only oan acqoumnt of their
haemical but also their physical proporties."
'namlet. ooutining analyses anad nuome
otis cortlflestes from plaunter.s fsrnished eta
ppUisation.. Orders promaptly filled by
Niecox, Gibbs & Co, imupoteratand dealers
a (lusaosm, No. 64 P'ant It y Street, Savan
ahi, atnd No. 241 flrowi f.$tfeet, Auagantia,
Notices of New, Advertisements.
S. C MBRCnAN' gives fair warning. l'a1
attention to It.
An oxhilirating and hcalthfl beverage ii
Dr. Tutt's Golden Engle hitters. -m.
L. It. MAUSNALL is always on band anl
keeps the people continually supplied witt
things needed. Ulvo him a call.
MAJOR W. F. NANOn can supply plantern
with lloyd's Prolific Cotton Seed. Securc
good seed, if yon wish paying crops.
IIOINEsT &. MARTIN-of CItariestont, ofTet
an Adder, which is no hutmbug; they promist
that no one will be bit who sends to then
I.oVLACK & WiLEn, tdvertiso an ar.
rival of new goods just received and opened,
amid fresh lots to arrive daily. They are
ecenp too, as the reader will find on exami
lIoUsSArLL & .loNE.-Gur young f:lends
over the way, we are pleised to say hiavi a
most excellent stock of Family Groceries,
embracing almost every article desired or
that can be called for. Attention is invited.
CARWILr& M CAuonNw. Tho announce
mnent made by these gentlemen this week
will prove interesting to the latlcs. They
have just received some very desirable and
hanlsome goods. Do not fail to casll and ex
.1. lnowN-A new man in a new place,
with new goods amid low prices, his just open
ecl next to Marsholl's. A large stock is ex
hibitel by himt which hoprotnisestosel cheap
for cash. Try im.
IKENnY liticnory & Co., No. 197 East
lny, are Wholesale Grocery Dealers of the
flr.,t mngnitnde. A firm which is favorably
known to Newberry.
STILES & JIExNNios, No. 101 East ilay,
are dealers in paints, oils, window glass,
rarnish, brushes, &c. This enterprising firm
iuxecds ir. )avid Blriggs, who for many
rears kept an artists' supply !tore at tbe
SUMTKR IIITTEnS.--No need to snifer
my more from dyspepsia and its attendant
l1s, for 3estrs. i)owle & Mioiso are almost
atg to their arm-pits, (rather their operatives
ire,) i orders, packiages and boxes, trying
imid and fa.st to supply mite demand. The
, gw f;!yernl \Nn, hers" w "r Cid.. .1'
efore yesterday, and the supply will shortly
FAIr. NOT to read as directed or requested
lhe card of Dir. It. C. Shiver, of Columbia.
Ile offers extraordinary inducements. Dir.
;hiver has as extensive amid varied a stock of
Iry l;oo ls, t'inc' ad staple, vs can be found
iutsidle o' the Northern uarkets, and among
vhich are bargains. fend the card, it covers
ill the ground necessamy to attract and fix at
('HA rais's lox m c.--Th is celebrated tonic
i PIpr:r'd Umiler Mr. ('hnfee's supervision,
'rnm a lorimit:n by his fither, who, I think,
vhile in the tropics many years ngo cliscov
red the eurative properi es of certain roots
ainl herbs. Mir. ('hia:fee, pere, was looked
ponm is i heiief:ietor, in his time, by all who
tsed the great stomnehic: and now Mr. ('al
6e, Ills. has bweni constraine<i to conic to the
ssistance of lite sick amid the suffering, in
Is day and generation. The tonic is quite
)yspepties should use I r. Tutt's Golden
'gle llittera. Im.
'TEHAT limo AD -Roime was not built in a
ay, nor can a complete stock of goods he
urchased, shipped and opened .in a dny.
line, care and experience .are required.
iessrs. Singleton & Co., slid not gather the
cry attractive and cheap .stock now offering
i so short a space of time, lbmit there hi one
ing they did ncomplish inside of two suns.
hey got up the attractive aivcrtfsh'ent in
H-ay's paper, which will be sfrend irbialenst
ror- the country, and which willlrl)g back
ter a few days a rich harvest. ihv prom
e to do amother thing-g'vo the boi tor bar
lir. Titt's Gohlen Eagle Bitters Is (Ile- best
miic ever invented. 1w.
1-. CmAimx & (CO.. 20) layne-st.,.?. & 3.5
imekne.y ar., nd 193 Mlectimng st., can np
|y~ Neu'he*rry mil .time other hamlf of lih State
Itht stylIsh Eighsh Phimitons,-fomur scars;
le ekigant egg-homdv buggy, willh or ylthoumi
It flmmontinigs nned patent whieels; tone of
bitch will soon .appenr on omnr streets.) the
igcr; tmatl sweep couch; cloctor's phaton;:
thriilet ; 62 lb., sulky; coal box; -pmony ham .
at phnmeton, 4 semats, elegantly fhushed in
nmrkey Morocco; Engtlbh chmappel-eart; top
amno hotly buggy, very elegant; h)ik wag%
11, plantntIon wagons, and hasrness Iveloci,
edies anid bamby carriagecs ad lntliinm.
If .von wvant a good appetIte, take [Jr. Tm it's
olden F,gle Biitters. Im.
AOntCUI.tTURArL IsMPr.MENT EMPORiUM.
'-Win S. ilenerey &. Co., No. 3 14 Meet
gstreet are extensively en)gmged in time
mnnufactutre of agrienilturnl Imaplements of
li k inds-snehi as engines, bollers, mills, cot
on seed crushers, McCanrthy cotton glns,and
.11 kinmls of Iron and bras~s castngs-ineiml
ng. every commceinble charaicter or plowy
nom'lings-strong, dmrnble ail mnarilouishy
heap. finy also munammufacimre, for thiepitten
ee t (;ing P'now, mc''9ch Is time best bnven
ionm or theo age. QO man n't fontf sines
elll break imp six acres pe., lla.v There Z "'O
bmigmme to thme idriver, and tIme' plow , 'but on
mini oilf work in am nmnmn. Th'le plows' is n<i-i
umstedl to wvork evemnly mit anmy desired depth,
room ix to twelve incheis omr more: two
iamies are attached, each of which tumrmns a
'urrow two feet wv!de.
Ihelicate femamiles take thme Golden E.igie
Thme Gol roblem.
Frm.n time Noew York Cormumercish Bl.
Certnin pmoints connected withi time rall
mn the gold preomium, require to be ger:e
ramly umnderstood, if time public are to
ivoitd imuch inconiveince manti injmry
rrom these fluctuations. W~hile there
ennm be no questimon thmat certnlin conside
ratjins coninectedi with time national Onanm.
rep, tihe position of time forei.ign exchanges,
time supplImy of gobml tupon time markmet, etc.,
have natuirally tendmed t, depress, the
prmeimium, yet the fadlihas been tmainly
stninited by artificial apphine.s of
spectlators, aided apparemntly by siom
uilta neomus mnvements ini Congress. 'The
diechimne, aiso, has awakened time sensa
tiomnl sirit of the piress ; which, by ex.
nggermated representationms, hams produced
a sort of vague inotiomi in the pumblic 111ind
that we are closely verging upion ipecie
panyments. A few days mbote will jrob.
ably denmo:mutrate, by a reaction, thamt tihe
fall inm the piremminmim hna much excieded
wvhat is warranted bmy legitimate causes,
andi the publmic may then wonder that
thmev conld have bmeen SO comp'etely
hoodiwinked by a cliqmmo of spieculqtors.
Titere Is munch yet to be accomy shed
before we can recanmnably conten lato
time early resumption of specie paya.nts;
and as tis preparatory wvork has to bo
done, to some extei't, by Conmgresm,~ who
are slow to comprehend evem time >hma
bet of finance, woe fear thme dela may
pirovo protracted--certainly it ~il be
longer t ian, withm Intelligent legisigors,
It onmghmt to be. Those who are Imstily
sacrificing upjon their securiis-a~ too
tnanit unmsophistcated Investors roe
and'who hastily putting down time ~ices
of gooda to a speie basis, would dinwell
to hesItato for a time; and especial" as
the tide, oven now, appears to be r0 n.
MAnnim, Miarch 92.--The trtic be
tween parties in time CJortes il brden.
Palm, ini a spieeh said t"Sinct, tho -n
lonistmi give ua battle, Rladicals, lk a '(de
fend ouirselves."' The cause of the up.
inme Is in . th. Ujnionits suppo tkmg
Figuera's asmenmdumnmt to thme now oan
for ten millions sterling. The a ad.
mmemnt was defefited bmy 123 to 11 A
eriIsm I hmmmment.
The Golden le Bitters enlivens. with
out being toliowo by depression. Inm.
o r'- Wm. .ernard, Proprietor of the
Star Advertising Agency, Witlmington N. C.,
is authorised to receive advertisements for
this paper 't our lowest cash rates."
If you are weak and nervous, use the Got"
den I:aglo Ditters. in.
EgSrectAt, Notc.-..o parties in want
of Dloors, Sashes and Blinds, we refer to
the advertisement of I'. P. TOA.t, the large
mnanufaicturer of those goods in Uharleston.
Price list firnished on application.
'We have made arrangements with the
proprietor of the CAROr tNA FARsRR, a first
class, eight"pago AgrinItural Weekly pub.
ishcd at Wilmington, N. C., to club that
Journal with the ilsnAs,u, at $4 25 per year
for the two, to all new subscribers to the
Ftirmer. Specimen copies of the Carolina
Farner may be seen at this office."
-- - +
af REASONS WILY YOU
should use 'r'"S IMPIROVED LIQUID
Because the Barbers say it is the best.
itecause it imparts a nattral color.
ilecause it does not injure the hair.
liecause it leaves the hair soft and glossy.
Because it does not stain the skin or bed
Because its application is simple and easy.
Because its efect Is instantaneous.
Itecause it is the best in the world.
Mar. 30, 13-2t.
All systems and institutions, whether civil
or otherwise, which are incapable of moving
along with tie tide of public improvement,
will sooner or later be swept away by its pro
gress. Medicine is not aloof from such in.
tluences, but the "Old Carolina Bitters" are
the favorite tonic of the age, and bid fair to
outstrip all competitors.
The best "Worm Candy" in use is Wine- 4
man's Chrystalizcd Worm Dropbl
Mar. 30, 13-it. 4
We ask attention to this Unrivalled
The l'aiin Killer is, by universal consent, I
allowed to have won for itself a reputation
inaurpsans . .. .tory of medicinal prep- |
arations. Its instat ' ii; oiioet in the on
tiro criYdicalion andextinction of Pain, Ia all
its variois forms incidental to the human
famivly and tIhe unsolIcited written and ver, I
hil testimony of the masses in its favor,
have been, and are, its own best advertise.
For evidence in favor of the Pain Killer
for Mlinisters' Sore Throat or itronchitis,
remi the following:
(:srs.-TIe 'ain Killer has been a con- i
stant Occunnt of our house for over two r
yenr<. and a portion of the time it has been c
the oly medicine under our roof. Hardly i
ever do I have my children complain of be.
ig sick, without having them ask in the
saine sentence for Pain Killer.
For several years before I became acquain
tetl with the l'an Killer, I had suffered a 1
great deal from an affection in my throat, T
thonaht by some physicians to be Bronchitis
by others to lie what Is called Ministers
Sore Throat. At one time it was so severe s
that I was obliged to give up preaching.- 8
Withini a few months after I had become
acquainted with the Pain Killer, I had an,
other attack from that distressingcomplaint.
I tried my new-found medicine, and, to my 8
nstonf,hment and delight, it produced a won
dcrfullv soothing effect. in a short time I 8
was wholly relieved. Since that time I have
had i number of attacks of the same nature,
and the Palin Killer has always afforded me
relief. About one year since, my wife be
eame subject to severe suffering ftom Rheu, T
mitiasa: our resort, as usual, was to the Pain
Killer, which would always relieve her. T
I have not time now to say more, as I V
coid with a hearty good will, and always V
have done, in praise of the -Piit Killer. If
this iastily..written letter, in commendation
of P'erry lavis' valuable medicine, will be of '
any service, you are at liberty to do with it
as you please.
Very truly yours,
EDIAl RCAfY, Owatnina, Minn.,
Ni!siioqvary of the-A. B. Home Mision So
ciety. Mar. 2, 9--1m.
2 'THE SEASON AND ITS
eoAiuvoEd R.-The ihumn body is chviefly.
copsdof tissnes and fibr:es vas sevnsitive
to every change in the conivltioin of the
aitmosph1,ere as thle miost deliceate elecvroime
ter, or Live quiicksiiver ist a bavromeite,r
'fie stomiach, the skin, the nerves, the.
hmiiga avid the excretory organa are es
pvecially liable to lbe affected by these
variationsf, anid thme best defence against
their disasatrons. tenideincy i-a to keep thve.
dlvgestive machvinery, whichl feeds and nour
inhves the whole systemt, In good workinig
Itf tIhe atomach Ia weak or disordered
ineithver the blood nior the ble can be In a
heavlthy- state, awd uvpon the titniess of these
two ivmportanit fluids for the omiees assigned
to them by natuir", avnd the regularity of
their flow, hvealthv ini a great measure de
.Wheni the air is heavily laden with cihil
hug vapors, vas it often is at this season of
the year, thve digestion should be avn oliJect
of peculiar care. if itla weak and ianguld,
the whole physical structure will be ener
vaZ'1. If it is vii:orous, the envtire organyl
,.,tion wilh (vn.ev.ronig to resist the untoward
anvd deprea.::" initjure of a damp and
viglnted atnmosplhere, A 'pure and. powerful
tonile is therefore especilly muuded as a
siafeguard agaivnst, the diseases most eemnar
lin thve eprng, and ilostetter's Stomach lilt.|
tens beivig the m>st wholesomeo and potenvt
mvedjiine of the clas at present known, a
coutrse of It is particuvlarhy adviaable at this
per'iod of the y ear. The stomach will there
ty Ib totned vind strengthenved, the liver
vind bowe's regulated, the nervous ayatemi
bracved tip, and nature puvt in a state of ac.
tive defenice against tIhe miasma which
suplerivndvies intermittenit and remittent
fevers, rhenimatsma, nervous debility, hvead
viche, hiypochiondria and other eon,plalvnts
wichel are apt to assail the uvionied and un
fortifiedi organizations. The body is
atreingthiened without exciting the brain,
avid consequvently nto unvpleasanvt reaction
follows its reviving and renovating opera
Mar. 2, 9--vvm
IN CIItL8TON, 14. 0.,
Correted Weekly by A. 0. EAUF7MAN, Bro
.ker, No. SI Dread Street.
MARCEl 26, 18'20.
STArK MiEtsniTIEs-SOeth Carolina, oldl, 85a
-; doe nvw, -a 80); do, regis6'd stoek, ex let a
arv 14P.unrTss-An usta. Gas. honds -a
84; (thnrleston S. C.,Stoee ex gr fat --a 86;
doe, Fire 1.oan honds, -a 16; (.olumbias, 8, C.,
Bnndls. - a 70.
Its.LOA lv ftoN)--Blne idvge, frst niort rage,
50 a --; Charleston and Sav annah, 60 a. - Char
lotte, Columbia and Augusata, - a 90; bheraw
anvd Darlinigton, a 80; Gireenvlle and Colatanbia,
1st mort. '80s -; do, State guarantee, Ga-;
Northveastrn, 86 a -; Savannah and Charleston,
1st inert., -.a80; do, State gui.rantee 66 --
South Carolina, -- a 88; do, 75; Spartamberg and
Unilon, -a 64.
ItAtr.noai Srooxa-Charlotte. ColnmbIa and
Auaust, -a 5; Greenville and Columbia 2a
; Northeavster.i, 7 a 8; 8avannah and Charles
ton, - a80- South Carolina, wholeshares,--a
45: do, haltshares, - a 22.
Excuaxon,e.o-New York Sight, I off par;
(old, 111 ai18; Silyer, 1086a110.
sotit GAnoL.inA flAil BIt.t.,
enkof Charleston.,...,........,.....--- a -
hank of Camden....................0a -
Itank of (eretown.................. a
liank of SuiCarolina...............6a --
itank of Chete..................... 6 a -
hiank of flamburg..................... 8 a -
hank of State of8. C., prior to01661...46 a --
hank of State of 8. C. inse 3861 and 1860.18*a --
"I'lanters'and Mecbanic' Ii'k ofCh'rleston- a -
*People' aBIank of Chatleston... ....... -- a -
*hinton Blank of Charlesto-..........- a -
Southweterni R U batnk o1 C'vhastoi, old,- a -
.'outhawestern 1t It Bank ofVlharieton,new,- i --
State flank of Charleston..,..........,a
Farmners' and Exehan ge iLk ofVhasleton..- a %
Excbange flank of Columabla...........10.a --
Commteaqlal Bank of Columbia..........2a -.
Mferetvant.' Bak'of Cheraw. a..........a --.
P'laptors'llank of 'alrald............ a
State of South Carolina BIlls Reeiva'ble. ..16er.
City of Charleston Change ful1.......par.
eshilll,marked thus (ei re being redeemed at
We regret to record the death of Mr.
Willisa' Bowen an old and highly re
Rpected itinen of Lauren, at his home
in the Northerw section of the district,
detirg last week.--Laurensvi!0 Herald.
Paper petticooto, at fifteen centi re
tall, are the latest sensation w Boston.
*- "TIE GREATEST REPU
tation is often an embarrassnent," but the
reputation of the valuo of SULITER BIT
TEltS has become so extended as to prove a
benelit to suffering mankind.
Mar. 30, 13-11.
NawasaaT. 8. C., March 20.-Cotton quiet,
Nlw Yoax, March 28-7 P. M.-Cotton un
changed, with sales of 1,T(N) bale.. Flour and
Wheat unohanged. Corn 1 a 2e. better. Gold 111.
IALTAoN, Msroh 28.-Cotton very firm,
holders asking higher rates-mIddlinge22); sales
CuAaLetOs, March 28.-Cotton quiet and
steady-mfildilugs 21; sales 150 bales; reeelpts
LtvsarooL, March 28-Evening.--Cotton
elosed irregular-a4'lands 1t 41ll; Orleans 111 a
111; sales 10,000 bales.
Newberry Prices Current.
API'.ES-Green, per bushel.........1 75 a2 00
Dry, per bushel...........1 60 al 75
iAGO(;ING-Gunny-per yard.......... a 27
IA l.F HOPE--,ip. per lb............ a
M l la, per lb.......... .. a. 25
BIACON-Iiams. per lb.................. a 22
Shoulders Der lb........ a 16
Sides, per 16................ 17 a 18
IT.UE STONE, per lb................... a 20
I$Ei*F-per lb........................ 8 a 121
IIUTTEI-('ountry, per lb........... a 8)
AlEESE-E. U..................... a 25
HIlCKENS-per head............... f5 a 8'
'A LICO-per yard................... 121a 16
.0'Pl'ELtAS-per lb.................. 8 a 11
'O1tN, per bushel................. al 45
'Olt' MEAL, per bushel............ al 00
,ANDLE3-Talow-per lb.......... a
Adamantine, per lb..... 20 a 22
OFFEE-Rio, per lb............. 25 a 80
Laguyra, er lb.......... a 32
Java, per ib.... ........ a 40
(y''ON YARN, per bunch.......... a2 16
)OMESTICS-4-4 per yard........... 15 a 16
7-8 " .a......... 8 14
8-4 "..... Oa 121
GG0S. per dozen................... 26 a 80
'LOCit, per bbl....................7 b0 a1000
iUNPOW DElt, per lb............... a 40
lRON 1ilS per lb............. .. a 10
IRON-English refined, per pound a '
Swede ..... to. ............ a 9
lta d ......................... p 19
A Il...............1......... a 12.
P'low Steel.................... a 10
Potware...................... a I0
AIl). per lb.................. ... a 28
.1ItE'-Wide Ilonits, per3i t...12-0 a2ou
Scantling, per h ft..100 a200)
Flooring, per 31 ft.......15)0 a2000
[OL.tSSES-Cuba, per gal.......... a 75
West India, per gal.... a
New Orleans. per gal...1 00 al 26
LACK ElEIr-per hnlfbarrel....... 9 00 s10 N)
per Kit...............8 00 a4 00
)A DDE-perlb.................. 4' a 60
Al1S, per keg...................... 27 00
A'TS. per bushel................ a1 80
N IONS, per bushel... .........I n2 00
IL-Kerosene. par gal............. 75 a (0
I.inseed,boiled.............. 1 b 2 00
-.lnaced. raw.................1 25 al 50
Tanner's, Straits...............1 4'4 al 60
'EAS. per bushel................2 00 s2 61
'OTATOS-Irish, per bushel.........2 00 a8 t.0
Sweet. per bushel........1 00 a1 25
AINS-R-Whito Lead, per lb........ 15 a 18
ICE, per lb. ......................a 10
ALT. per sack.. ... .................... a 50
iII\ ;I.FS, per 10'0............... a6 0)
:G A R-Pulverlied, per lb.......... a 21
('rushed, per lb .............. a 20
A, ler bI....... .. .............. a 18
, Ex tra, per lb................. a 17
Brown, per lb.................... a 1
P'CIE- old....................... a 13
Silver...................... a 10
P'1ITS-Corn Whiskey, per gal....2 00 n2 60
French Brandy...........5 t) a1600
live Whiskey...............2 50 a6 0)
Holland Gin.............4 00 a8 00
Of Turpentine............ 41 no
E A-Hlyson, per 1l................. ......1 b0 a2 60
Imperil, per lb.................. 1 a2
Black, per lb...........................1 00 al "0
AILOW. per lb..................... 12ja 16
INEGA R-Cider, per gal................ a 60
ARNSHE8-(-oach body, per gal 4 6') aS 00
Copal, per gal....... .8 50
'HEAT, per bushel................. a
Arabs, Sacks, &c.
An assortment of handsome
ARADBS1 BL'K. SILK SACKS,
K:Dl! AND Sli,K Gr.OVEs.
Buttons and Ribbons.
Just recived by3
lIar. 30. 13-3t.
Spring Dress Goods.
English Becrages 121 to 26 ce. per yard.
French Berages, Leno's & Poplin'., 30
a 40 ets. per yard.
French Grenadines 50 to '76 ets.
Printed Jaconeta 26 to 50 ets.
IBl'k. Orleans Cloth.
A merican Printa, 10 to 124 cta. per yard.
All of tihe above goods are now offered at
irices as low as at any time botore the
rar. Fo'r saile by
CAICWILE & McOAUGHiRIN.
Mar. 30, 13-Ot.
A Splendid Lot of
Now opening att very
FIGU RE S
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
P. S.--...Also a wvell selected
stock of other goods arriving
Mar. 30, 13-1U.
13 Bb1s. Irish Potatoes
Just Received at L.
How strange thlat a good manny of
m~y friends and would be cuttomelrs
don't knlow where L. IR. Marshall's
store is; it is immefldiately opposite
Dr. R. 8. Whaley's Oflico, first store
next to Mrs. Thompson's lot. A lit'
tel ONE HIOR8F UNP'AINTED building,
not painted becauso I want all the
spore money- Invested to give bargains
to my customers.'
Only a fewghings noticed this time,
Sweet Potato Slips, CJhecso, Macerel
Fresh Fish and Oysters as usual,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
J)on't mistakce the store.
Mar. 80, 18-.
Any one havIng employed elthet one or
mere of time Germaa Iemaslgrants udor
wyritten contract to me, me warned to di.
chlarge them. I have advanced the nloney
to bridg thensh here, anid they are under ob
lIgations to -tne umnti their epenses are
?Itar. na 13-IL
H L JONES,
to)ual1 do Pool1's.
Respecfv Infopn their frends and
patrons (lul their 4Itoek of (JROGUEIE1S
And FA31I 1 AUPPI.IES Is now full and
complste, and to which they beg to call at
A general line of
Always on hand, such as
Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
Rico, Flour, Meal, Orist,
Ilatns, (a fine brand,) '
Bacon, Lard, Pickled Pork,
Mackerel, Molasses, Cheese,
Candles, Soap, Pickles,
Soda, Lyo, Iaisins,
Crackers, all kinds,
Canned Oystors, Sardines
and 1'ruits, etc., etc.
Sogars, Chewing and
Powder and Shot,
OIL, etc., etc.
Besides a choice assortinent of
Thankful for the very liberal pa
tronago bestowed, a continuance is do
sired, with the promise that no pains
will be spared to render satisfaction
and please the most fastidious.
HOUSEALL & JONES.
Mar. 80, 18-ly.
(Next door to Marahall's,)
Iis just opened a new stock of good.,
bought at the decline, and which will be
ET[[IRI..Y LOW PIIICESI
COME, SHEand beoCONVINCED.
A hill assortment of
FANCY AND DOMESTIC
BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS, for Men and Boys.
Together with all kinds of
Groceries & Provisions
Consisting of Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, lia
con, Flour, etc., etc.
All of dhe above, and many other articles
not enun.rated. and allt puirlha"ed at low
figures, will be sold at correspondingly low
QUIC'K SALES AND SiIOIT I'IOFITS
is the rule governing at the new atore, to
which the publIi atenion is mte.,i respect,
fu'ly called by
Next door to L.. It. Stharshal,l's.
Mar. 30, 13-If.
. 00TTON EED,
Selected and warranted pure. For
~alo by WVM. F. NANCE.
March 20 13
DYSPEPSIA & INDIGESTION
TvriCh L.S&FEVER? ' P.E TirC
L O VEINWHERE.
U WIE.MOISE & 'JVI
PROPRIE TOR S
a wolESALE DRUG Gisms
N. I1. The Comimissioner of TInternal 11ev.
enne has decided titat any dealer ican sell
Ibis article without a speclati licens'e.
For sale in Newhierry by D)it, .JAM1Es
Mc1NTOSh!, D)ruggist and apothecary.
Aularch 3,1 ly.
Clharlotte, Columlbla & Anglista R, R.
G ENE.ltMA Fi1 IG ilT A ND TiCK ET' O)FiCE,
TIlE followig 1 asnn ile Io wil o 'n
toet o n tis Boad on and slier SU?5AY
Leave Augustn,a. .................... 00a m
" Winnsboro, at.,...............11.40 a. m.
heahstoer.C, at ................10 p . m,.
"riea Calotte, . Ct.......... ,,- 4.. m.
Atlaking Augeuos ., t .-- rain- of - o- - .42 m
oa pe fors1ei al onlt Nor n ad 1.and
eaveryhaMotte N.w Crlan at.....0, Cha.n.o
Palannara on all. Night Trin.,
Arve at Aogusa..........4 p. in.
Ocneyr Moi, e san, fors slattanoby
iF bn. l a '.., l and West.
A. ~INGt 'ON_.
Have just returned with a
lage and carefully selected
Stock of Seasonable Goods,
and- having purchased the
At Very Low
FMR, C -+S I T
are now prepared to offer to
the Ladies bargains. Just
think of it!
12 yards good Calico
for One Dollar,
10 yards Very Best
Calico for One Dollar.
Our Dress Goods are the
wonder of all beholders, but.
notwithstanding, their beauty
is less strange than their re
THE GOOD TIME
GOLI) IS DOWN,
Se are SQflst
We Buy Cheap
kiid Sell For the Sime.
FOR THE MILLION,
FULL SUITS worth $10, at the ve
ry low figure of $5.
Spring and Summer Clothing of the
Latest St3les, at
ASTOIIlI1 L Y
.We make ROOTS and S1101S a
speiality, awl~ climi that we have the
LAlR(lEST STO(CK of this' line of
STORE IN NEW'BERRY.
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