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Weddnea:ly, April 13, 187O,
The Electioa in Ceiumbia.
The result of the election in Columbia
l.nt week, though not what was hoped for
ish-whatmight have been expected. The
Phoenix says the adherents of radicalitn
rallied from far and nea-, and there can
hetui e doubt of this, fur the vote shows it.
Jvhn Alexander, the radical n.uinee re
ceived 1151 votes, while the present in.
cumbent and the citizens' party candi
date only 624. The board of Aldermen
areteetcd, are four wh;tc and eight col
ored. Notice of protest has bee:i sea ved
on,tbe managers, in eleven good and law
ful Counts, and each entitled to conside
ration, but we think it utterly useless to
make any eT)rt to right the great wrong
perpetrated. Better let it go. "All the
doctors in the land" cannot cure: the
;;reat party have the strings in hand and
they intend to drive. So let 'em rip.
South Carolina Sunday S:hool C3nvent;cn.
At a meeting held in Charleston, corn.
posed of repre<entutives from the var ious
Sabbath Schools of the city, held on the
28th ult., it was resolved th'it a conven
tion of Sunday School Spoerinter-dents,
'TA.chers and FIiends in the State be
heki in Charleston on the 12th, .13th
and 11th of May next, for the devising of
ways and means to further the advan. e
ment of the Sunday Scihe d can-:e.
The citeular making the announce
ment has been issuel, tut lest it fail to
reach all the points designed, it is our
pleasure to give the notice thinugh our
paper, that at least our readers may be
informed of the fact. The invitation is
general to all persons interested in the
canse of Sunday School<, and we believe
that the occa.ion wi!l be a very hal-py
one, and signal good result t!erefrom.
It is desired that the ,ames of all who
will attend as leltgites be sent to either
of the f llowing comuittee '' Ave
rill, Presbyterian Church ; F. P. E!ford,
Episcopal Church; Geo. W. Melver,
Baptist Church ; S. A. Nelscn, Metho.
dist Church ; R. G. Chisolh, Lutheran
The Democratic party, the N. Y. Times
says, have for the last eight years been
a set of political hypochon:hri:acs, persist
ently looking on the dark side-ahvars
at the cloud, never at the silver li:,ing.
This is a good one. The Balimore
Statesmen says this cannot he said of the
1Republicans. Catch the:n not looking at
the "silver lining !" Any thing lined in
that way is in their line exactly. Every
thing in the sky above, or the earth be
m ath, is looked at by them with chief
reference to its si!ver or golden lining.
The Democrats, quoth the Times,
"$ave for eight years been a set of po.
li'tical hypochondriacs." What a low
spirited and dyspeptic set, who could re
fuse to be jolly over the events of the
last eight years? A man or a party
must be hard to please indeed whlich
couldn't fiddle, anId dance besides, whilst
our modern Rome has been burning.
The sight of a once happy andi powerful
republic rent in twain ; a million of men
killed or disabled; almost every household
in the land clothed in mourning; our com
rinree swept from the sea; enormous
debt and taxation; military despotism
and negro rule in once free States, fur
nish a spectacle which must throw every
loyal soul into spasms of delight, and
which none but copper-hea(s and rebels
caie fail to regard as cheerig and mirth
moving in the highest degree. There
bias been a "cloud," it is true, but though
it deluged the land in blood and tears, it
wrasn't much of a shower after all. At
the worst, it hadl its "silver lining'-its
fat contracts, building up rich shoddy
at istocracies on dead men's bones ; its
plunder, patronage and place; its innu
mnerab.le rings, bi ight with all the hues
of the rainlbow, and absorhing the gold
and s~lyer coloring of thle central sun.
No) wonder these "silver lining" fellows
are-gay and festive in the midst of gene
ral tribulation, and find it as diflicult as
anmy other tricks, mn.luitoes and blood
suckers, to understand wihy a process
whieh is so agreeable to themselves can
beat's!! dispiriting to those, who are the
"Perhlaps the dayv may conme, however,
when the rogues will have to disgorge
their siiver-linings," and we shall see
ni hose turn it ns ll be tlk on the dark
llw ri-: Tir Rh-ss -At the meeting
of the r:ess conlfere-nce we thought, a-d
so expressed. ousef that it nas onel of
the most important meiietings for the
weal of our State that ever n.et at the
capital. We biehve it wi!! prove so.
We see cliuste-rs of its god fruit every
day. We have rec-ently spotken to sev
era! infui.tal co loredi Re-puic ians, and
e-xpiauled .Lo th.em .hie obj~ects of that
meeting and the resol!titions by it adopt
ed, and theLv expres.-td.,i i ihouit he.stitan
cy, their readiness and wi!!ingnless to co
operate wiith anyV pat my to crush down
t':e present co.riuption of our State gov
ernent, and pixe it firmoly upon a
basis ci honewsty andljustice. Every in
telligenit tuan now h::s a solemn duty to
per tirm. ankd it is this: To talk to '>nd
explain the o'bject of these resolutions to
those who cannot read and are not likely
to understandJ their true meming and in
tent. Asite from political partie,s, all
who are not for sale desire to see the
ship,of State maarnned, not by pirates-a
man''who se!!s his vote is worse than a
pirate-but by hontest men who can comn
muand an-1 enijoy publie confidence. Let
us do our duty with all our migh t.
The April No. of Die MZodentweit is received,
and as usual is tilled with interesting matter
for te ladies. The lateet novelries in fash
ions Are always to bet found in this magazine.
Price $3, pub'iehed by S. T. Taylor, 391
CanalSt.. N. Y.
The Dtheraxn College of WValhalIa, al
though still known by- the name and style ot
Newberry College. forgets the place of it
birth. We leairn indi:ee:ly that the Auniver
sarv of the hrenakosmian $ociety was cele
- -. hni:d :~ I t'.j pti
The Presbytery of South Carolina.
Th is old and venerated body of Christians,
cou :eud in Aveleigb Church, at this place,
on "tursday, the 7,h inst., at 3i o'clock.
Th:e opening sermon was preached by the
Iev. Di. luist. trom the 15th verse of the
third ebapter of the first Epistle of Paul to
T imto:lh. In this di:course Dr. Buisttreated
a,ly of the glory at grandeur of the Church
of Christ on earth. Christ Himself being the
only lawgiver In its organization, govern
ment, &c. After the delivery of the sermon,
the Ptcsbytery was called to order, and open
ed with prayer by the former Moderator.
The Rev. A. A. Morse was then unanimously
chosen Moderator, and Rev. It. A. Mickle,
'Temporary Clerk, with Rev. W. P. Jacobs,
and T. 1I. Russell as Assistants. The roll of
Ministers and Churches was called by the
Clerk, and about 0 delegates enrolled their
names. Tne Rev. Messrs. Darby and Cau,
then, of the Methodist, and Hlawkins, of
the Lutheran Churches being present, were
invited to sit as c<rresponding members.
At night the Rev. J. 0. Lindsay occupied
the pulpit, and preached a deeply interesting
sermon, from the text, "Only Believe." The
simplicity and cfficacy of the gospel in the
salvation ofsinners,even the most abandoned,
was ably set forth.
On Frilay morning, the business of the
Presbytery was entered upon at 9 o'clock.
After the discharge of some routine business,
the special order of the day was taken up, to
wit: The consideration of the new Book of
Church Order. A very animated and inter
esti,tg dehate sprang up on a question involv
ing the Judicial powers of a Church Session.
After the decision of that point awarding to
e:ch Church Session complete jurisdiction
in the cases of offences of Church members,
the further consideration of the new Book
proceeded fur the most part harmoniously,
and consumed the greater part of the day.
It was finally approved as a whole.
On Friday night Rev. Mr. Latimer preached
a very logical and elcqnent sermon fro-t
Romans, ^d chapter, and 2Uth to 2101
Washington St., Cht'ch, (Greenville.)
was chosen as the place, and Thursday before
the third Sabbath in October, at half past 7
o'clock, as the time for the next mceting of
The 1'.esbytery w.s called to order at 9
o'clock A. 11 . Saturday. A call from Iiope
well Church for the pastoral services of the
!Rev L. K, GIa gow, was ordered to be
place'l inIN iniid, ita ad Ws nccepted 'by
the bro:her. The call from Fairview Church
for the pastoral service; of the Rev. C. B.
Stewart, excited some discussion, but was
placed in his hands, and he was permittel to
retain the call in his hauls until the next I
session of Presbytery.
R':v. R1. A. Mickle, of Newberry C. H ,
Eev. Dr. .lno. B. Adger, of the Columbia
Theological Seminary, Dr. Jno. F. Dorrob,
of Lturens District, and Col. it. A. Fair, of
Abbevile, were elec:ed Commissioners to rep
resent this 'resbytery in the general Assem
bly at Loui:ille, Ky.
The thank.. of the Presbytery were tendered I
to the Messrs. Greneker. for kindly fnrnish
ing printed abstracts of the proceedings of
The ,ul ject of dividing the resliytery was
ably discussed by Messrs. Baxter, Fair, Lind
say, Adger, and others, and eliciting very
strong opposition, and was finally indefinite
A very animated discussion sprang up on
the subjiet: of Domestic Missions. Dr. .Jno.
B. Adger made a very earnest appeal in favor
of continuing the work. Rev. Dr. E. T. IBuist,
in his eloquent manner, earnestly pressed the
Isame point. T be discussion was cotntinued
by Mr. Baxter, Col.R. A. Fair, Rev's. Mickle,
Lindsay, and others. The resolution by D)r.
Adger, favorable to a contiuation of the
good work was adopted.
Rev. Mr. Jacobs offered the following res
olution, which was unanimously adopted:
REsOLVED, That the hearty thank? of this
P'resbytery be tendered to the citizens of
Newberry, for their tnoble and generous hos
pitality, and to thme various Churches for
their kind offer of their Church buildings,
an htthe pastor o'f Aveleighi Church be
rt quested to bring the resolution before his
congregation and the other Churches In such
way as he may think best.
Thanks were also 'otedlto the G. &C. R.RI.,
for courtesies received.
The pulpits of the various denominations
of this place were kindly tendered to the
resbytery, 2nd thme following appointments
were made for last Sabbath:
101 o'clock. A. M., REv. A. A. MORSE;
af:er Sermon Communion ; this service intro
duced by Ri:v JIOIIN MCLEES, and closed
by REV. Mn. GIBERT; 3j P. M , REV. Ma.
PRICE; 73 P. M., REv. DR. ADGER.
Address before Sabbath School, bty REy.
M z. N ICllOLSON, at 9 A. M.
101 A M1 . REy. W. F. PE~ARSON; 7) P.
31 , REV. MR. YOUNG.
Addlress before Sabb.ith School by REy.
10j o'clock .\. M.. R Ey. Mn. IAN I>S.Y;
3) " P.M., RKv. Mat. LAW.
REy. Da. UVIT
REV. MRt MCWIIORTER.
.\FRICAN 31. E. CHURCH.
31 o'clock, P. M., R EV. MR. RILEY:
Ant "'n P. M., REv. JOhIN MCLEES.
An *he after the ordinary routine of
concluding the business matters ef Presbyte
ry, ended one of the most harmonious, de
Jightful meetings ever held by this Body.
TaE~ .!.ADY's FattEND for May -The May
nnmber on his Mtagazine is a beautiful one,
and breathing of the Spring. Its bairge,
doubtle Fashion Phite is as fre.h and richly
colored as a tulip hed-;.nd we observe that
this magazine is often onie and even two
months ahmead of its'ceontemporatries in the
fashion<. Then there is a be:iuttfnl cottage
scene, "rIHE RETUEN OF THE SWALLOWs"
land another appropriate engraiviing called
"GATHEatNG SaowDRors." Deacon & P'c
Iterson. ot9 Walnut Street. Philadelphia.
Prie. 5250O a year (which also itncludes
a large steel engraving). Four copies,
Ed5. F~ive copica (and one gratii.), $8. ''The
Lady's Friend" and "The Saturday Evening
Post" (and one engraving), $4.00 Samphe
copies 1,5 cents.
TnE CutalssAN NEtGEBOR in entering
upon its third solumne has donned a new
dress, and has grown considerably larger.
It gratities us to see this evidence of its pros
perity. a result achieved no less by the prac
icnal abaility, earnest zeal an-i activity of its
editor, than by a generous publ;e apprecia
tion. The Neighbor is no less useful than
agreeable and handsome.
TuE SoUiTHERN CULTIVATOR for April.
The present number is full of interest, in fact
each mnmber is worth the whole year's sub
scriptiou'. and no farmer should be without
it. Subscribe at once, either by sending $2
to Wam. & W. L. Jones, Athena. GIa , or giv
ing us S4.50 for it and the Newberry IIerald.
THE LITTLE CORPORAL, published by A.
L. Sewell, Chicago, Ill.. is just as good as a
youth's magazine can be, and it is cheap;
only $1 a year. W hat an amount of pleas
ure~and instruction! a whole year's visits of
the Little Corporal, for S1.
PETERsON'S LADIEs MAGAZINE. the April
No .. of which is just received, is a charming
monthly for the ladies. Besides its beasti
ful fashion plates, it is filled with good read
ing. C. J. J'etersou, 308 Chestnut St., Phila
WooD's HIOUsEuoLD) 3.GAzINE, is at
capital Literary magazine, brimful of good
thiny'. April No. received. .\ddress for
cnbscriptione. S. S. Wootd, Nevl:urg. N. Y.
"People will talk you know." Well, let
them talk, co that you mind your own busi
ness. Sonic people talk foolish words, others
cruel words, awl still others false words.
A word fitly spoken is a good word; it is an
apple of gold, and docth good. Kind words
never do harm; unkind words cut as a knife;
yea and nay are aliway in season; silence is
gold but jargon perfect brass. One gossip
can take a community by storm, two may
set a river on tire, and three take the world
clean out of its boots. What a pity peo,
pie will talk-when they ought not. But then
if they didn't maybe their pent up utica
would burst or run ovcr, and then, horrible
dictu. iear what the poet says:
We will get through this world but 'twill be
If we listen to all that is said as we go:
We'll be worried and fretted and kept in a
For meddlesome tongues must have some
thing to do
For people will talk, you know.
The best way to do is to do as you please,
For your mind, if you have one, will then be
of course you'll meet with all sorts of ubuse,
But don't think to stop them, it isn't any
For people will talk, you know.
Shon-fly isn't a circu:nstance to Busy-body.
I have always he-n opposed to the in
troduction of the Japanese, but since I
learn that these Barbmrians have a virtue
unknown to many Christi in people-that is
the minding of their own lu-iness-f am in
favor of their immigration.
To-day the weather is charming beyond de
ecription. and the glad earth seems in accord
with the serene and mellow splendor that comrs
floating down the azure dome-the glad coronal
of opening spring,with its symphony of sunshine
and melody, pretty mating birds.beautiful flow
ers, and happy-voiced child-hood. wishing and
waiting to kiss the sweet award with their bare
feet and chase the eldn moments up and down
the limpid stream. But of those pretty little flow
ers would we say a word: those humble little
flowers, erstwhile hid from view and covered by
the death of winter, have opened their eyes
from the icy touch, and they sweetly tell of other
fowers that will bloom aain-the lorety immor
telles of the fadele-s garden!
'Theu pr.triot eons lo: up, behold the deep and
That lowers o'er your nativ land aith thun
ders in its womb ;
Are e so blind ye cannot see the omens in the
Are ye so deaf y e cannot hear the tramp of foe
men nigh :"'
I will join hands, if you will, dear reader,
and admit that it requires Titan eoura,e and
' ...rt io ci.u t'ne Crus' anI
wreck that drifts apace. But ifit catl be done
twill be a glorious victory. True, civiliza
tion and happiness are now seemingi y in
compatible, bec.'use the nihili.t has not
only obliterated the land-marks that gave
dignity to life but lie is endeavoring to
trench upon fairer fields. Who the foemen
and what the omens? Thought has become
thoughtless, and feeling dead! The people
of this "best government" have been led so
slowly from one specious phase of legislation
to another, from one wrong to another, from
one burden to another, that its a matter of
cour,e. And I very much fear that until
the grand coup d'etat of a centralized despot
ism with all the attendant evils of comnmuno
socialism, are established, the American peo
ple will not wake up from their lethargic
sleep. But who has not an abidiug faith
that mighty truth will once more ri-e from
the earth, and that a suffering people will
emerge in some mysterious Gray from their
long, dark..night into a morning of trans
Since I sat upon this tripod, parliaments have
been prorogued. Congresses have convened, and
legislatures adjourned: 1rades-unions otall sorts
have represented theiselves in convention, and
sailors trom the sea and the sold iers have respec
tively conme together iu council; doctorsasnd den
tists anid sorosis have s'sembkld; camp.-meetings
and oecumnenlcal councils h:mve met;anid all man
ner of meo, of all classes, creeds, casies and col
ors have gone intor pubhlc or secret session, and
there have been rings withia rings, a.d wheels
within wheels; and even th'e press that ponder
ous macchine, bul .ark, palladium and tower, has
expres!.ed its retument, and [barring what the
doctors and dentists may have done-for the Ia
dies only ta ked ab' ut thelirsorosisaniddr-ank tea,
in my humble opinion, and everybody has a
right to an opinion, and a right to express that
opmnion when respectfually so done-nothiug new
under the sun has been eliminated; none of the
mounitains have opened up a way of escape from
the moral anid physica! darknessawhjich envel
ope us. $tatesanuship is dead. Fai th a myth.
ti inanity fled to brutish beasts., And th'inigs
that are comely and generous, and noble are de
rided, disesteemed and set at vat iauee.
Compromises andI concessions are often
frpu 15. fletroactive in their tendi ney. And
militate against those who mike them.
Rletlly I don't fancy giving one thing after
another; and finally everything, till like the
Indian at the end of the log, there's notbinig
better than deathm. Now let us play a brave
and manly gamre for the political marbles,
and should we loose, wvell, the conseiousnxess
will remain of' having done our duty. Init
doot go over, will you or nill you, to the op
positmon. True Democracy is broad enough
and strong enough to take up all men who
wish peace to the country. Dont surrender
everything, event the honored naimes of the
past, till like the Norman conquest, every
'liug is aibsorbed. Buit rathier let us emu
L:e the hmeroismt of' yoiung Edward, at Agin
court, anid make a gallant atienmpt for Decm
(ierac'y. Better even to fail nobly than to
Welt. I do hope that the agricultural conven
tion nhich shortly asembles will spread itself
grandly for industrial develo;,meiit amid State re
demaption. There are se many quest ions germanie
to the great principle of agricultural art and
chemistry-i. e., immigration, diversitied la bor,
proper apiplication ot plant food, use of labor
saver's. aeration, sub-soiling, dra inage, irrigation
aiid rotationi of crops; tihe great ecomnomy omf root
crops, ead the relative value of certaiu grasses.
together with many oilier nice little questions
that sre only pertinetmt to the mind of the augri
B3ehold her easy, graceful swing
Before the air so smuooth and cold ;
Backward the winids her tresses fling,
The breath of Borcas the bold.
N. 1.-In these days,when 'boughtten hair'
so closc'y resembles the genuine inherited
article, it may be difficult to say 'which is
switch"-but the above girl's tresses were
Oni ivard she glides with ma:chless grace,
Nor heeds the sharp tand biting air;
No "muslin roses" round her face,
For Nature's own are blushing there.
Her daitity little feet are fast
To runners that so smoothly bound;
WVhose polished steel, as she files past,
Gleimsa brightly o'er the frozen ground.
(N. PR.-We don't know the maker's name
nor the prie of those boots, hut we do know,
althoutgh we are not going to tell, who put
them oti for her.)
IIere poetry, uniwritten see
In every muotion of time maid.
IU,w charming, lithe, aend liht is she
Upon her sharp and ringing blade!
(I beanteous girl! come back, conmc back!
I hear the murmur and the click
Of runniers gliding o'er tie track
Ehew! a lass, she strikes a stick-and
down she goes with a gentle "thud," a little
sceam, and a flatter of something white
''bleached andi warranted."
So the Pailmetto game cocks can't be
bear, that's settled-let it settle the matter,
fight themt no amore, but devote them to the
propagation of gamie among meni.
IGood Samaemritans it would seem r.re no-.
scarse in Newberry, it takes them oat very
early in te mnornong-w:hat a pity.
Is it true that the cow with thme spasmodic
jerks, which so lately added beauty to our
ritral town, has gone the way of all such
flesh, if so, who got the jerks ?
There is a very important question now
under consideration before an African De
bating Society,-whether all men are nuot
eventually to beconie bjlack ? Somebody
might be interviewed withe prof:t-we would
suggest that prahably thme ros::lt will be ar
rived at if people conttnue to throw so
rruch dirt. .
I n-ip, snap, sro:ter!--Who snored so
loud ini church the othier nit:ht that he
ti ought Gabriel had blowed his horn, amid
woke up to see who was hurt ?
The venerated and beloved Gen. R,
E. Lee, accompanied by a daughter. Miss
Agnes Lee, and C>1. Crawley of the
British army-, recenitly passed through
o- Slte en er.te GQr f!oir.
Provi!eenee permitting, divine service
mtav he espected in the 3let.odist Church
next Friday norning, a lo( o'clock.
We acknowledge the receipt of the monthly
report of the Department of Agriculture, for
Feb. 1870, Washington, from R. T. McLain.
The report is very interesting, and we shall
take time to look over and refer to it.
The attention of the citizens of Newberry
and --rrounding country. is called to the an
nouncenent made by the S. C. Manufacturing
Co. of this place. (located on Main St., near
the depot,) whose store room is now open. t
The articles offered for sale are very superior. 1
It is designed to manufac:ure largely and to
Goon.-Biles are disugreeable companions,
always in the way, and no on! has ever yet
told where it would be best to have one. We
will impart a secret. The best place for one
is "on another fellow." Bear this in mind.
While on the sharp line, can any one tell
which travels the fastest-heat or cold? Do
you give it up? Why heat of course, any
body can catch-cold!
Wno killed that old cow last week? Who
helped to ear it? These questions give rise
to very serious reflections. Its great age
should have exempted it from such an end.
A moral community ought not to be subjected
to such a trial. We trust the Presbytery then
in session did not suffer indigestion after
partaking of the cow with the "crumpled
Pr nsoA.-We had the pleasure of a visit
to our sanctum yesterday, from Rtev. Dr.
Bui,t and .Ir. T. II. Russell. Dr. B. is as
u<ual brimful of wit, wisdom andgcnialgood i
humor. He is certainly one of the men
thoroughly arquainted with the principle
of taking notes en passant. Long may he i
live to weave his experience into pleasant, I
timely and trenchant sentenee; for the peo
Coxm, CoMa, CoME.-So says Harris, and
he certainly presents an attractive bill of fare,
bo'h as to variety of goods and the cheapness
thereof. IIarris says he wants peace, happi
ness and pro;perity to prevail in the town,
and for that reason has ransacked the North
er markets for the prettiest and cheapest
goods to be found. It is a praiseworthy de
sire and he must not be balked in it. Go
and see him.
Sr. LUKE's FPVtCOPAL CHURCB.-Servi- c
ces may be expected (U. ) next Sabbath (
morning and afternoon, at the usual hours.
the Rev. Air. Miles officiating. Seats free.
The public are cordially invited to attend.
The 15th being Good Friday, there may 1
be divine serviec at St. Luke's in the eve.
Sunday next being the festival of Easter,
the services will he appropriate to the day.
ACaKOWLEDGEMENTS -Messrs. Boozer & s
Peoples will accept our thanks for one of their s
"universal lifters." The lifter is an indis- I
pensablc article to those who manipulate in I
the line of pots, plates and pans. ~ f
Dr. McIntosh has kindly sent us some of I
the Sumter Bitters, which are winning gol
Mr. Mower has placed us under o'liga,
tions by the presentation of a pair, of
very useful articles wh ich were invented, a
lony time aco iIe has more lef, -
A PITIFCTL SU3t-"Good morning sir, howI
are you this diorning sir, I'm sure I'm not,
mistaken,-you are the saine kind gegtleinan
I used. to see eve.r-y day in ---,' PIa so
glad, hut nI ashamed to s1y it, but you'll.
excute me, the fact is I'm, ah, and -I never
in all my life L.efore, and never will again ,1
and its only a poor pitiful sum after nIl, but
will you escuse me sir, 'and itt the greatest
favor, wIll you, its qite .sm ill and pitiful
just lend me the pitiful Numn of threo smtall dJol
lars lill Tuesday." Our repor:er says he heard
a colored Individual thus address a white
man the other morning, and that the answer
was, "um, I'ye left my pocket book at home."
A GooD ItNEx.-Onr worthy intendant is
sailing under close reefed top.sails, and if we
gather aright from the-sign, he is preparing
for wntk in thtus divesting himself of super
l!uitics. In time of storms, good sailors go
under bare polls and are thus prep'ired to
stand the wea:hcr when the wind blows, but
only when the necesslty presents do they
thus clear the decks and take In sail. Our
worthy friend however, takes time by the
forelock, or rather tatkes off his locks in time,
tinking that it is better- in time of peace to
prepare for war. lie is on the war path, so
lo out boys. So close a shave we have
scat cely before seen.
The Ciceronian Literary Society of Rloans
oke College, through its committee have sent
us an invita tion to, at tendl the anniversary cele
bration to be hel on the evening of the 28th
April, for which complimcnt we tender them
thanks. We notice on the card the well
known name of Mr. Jlulins Dreher of this
district, who occupies the prominent position
of President, and we tender him our congrat
ulations. In regular order-J. B. Stovall, of
Va., is Decclaimer; J. B. Stras, Va., lEssay
ist: Norman itale, Va., Orator; and T. F.
Baynes, Tenn., and J1. WV. Marshall, Va.,
Debaters. The following are the committee:
W . II. Baker, Va ,.J. W. Williams, Mo., J.
HI. Smnith, Ga , Rt. S. Turk. Va., 0. F. Irwin,
D. C,, Frank Mix, La., and Robt. Hager,
SATUaDAY'S PAnlADE.--St. Patricks day In
the morning, and the fourth of July, in their
happiest days. were as nothing compared to
Saturday's parade, the occasion being the or
ganization into companies of the colored
men of the district. We doubt if any re-I
mained at home, as every man or boy seemed
to be in town, and greatly marvellous was
the noise. The amount of shoe leather soaked,
sobbed and worn out in the mud and rain,
for it poure.d incessantly the whole day, is
sad to contemplate; int a pecaniary point
of view the parade was costly. It was the
tpuddiest, dirtiest day seen in an age. It was
a melancholy sight indeed, that interminable
sloshing through the mud, as forward and
back, and over again, they tramped. The
fife and drum too were in sympathy with the
elements and the dripping, muddy soldiers,
Jupiter pluvius wa loose, and so were the
melish, and they got wet inside and out.
The Golden Eagle Bitters enlivens, with
out being followed by depression. tIm.
James F. Peterson & Co., will pay a good
price for fat beef cattle.
Dyspepties should use I'r. Tutt's Golden
Eagle Bitters. Im.
Arkans.as G.intt begs us to inform the
l.idies that he is prepared to wait tpon them
at their homes for the purpose of cutting,
shampooing and dressing ladies' and chil
Dr. Tutt's Glolden Eagle Bitters is the best
tonic ever invented. 1m.
Something new under the sun--Mrs
i ctoria C. Wootihuil announces herself
a candidate for the next Presidency of
the . S. She says that she has meansf
courage, enecrgy and strength, and will
For the Herald.
APRIL 5th 1870.
MEssRs. EDrTORS :-In noticing the practi
:al exhibitions of the Press on the present
situation of governtnental affairs, it would
tppear that an effort is making to bring the
)opular mind to the essential principles of
t common platform, upon which to stand in I
he coming canvass for the election of a I
sew Legislature. Various are the sugges- u
ions as to the best mode of procedure in d
reparing the voting citizens for the ballot t
)ox. I desire to take a part in making sug- I
,estions, and propoce the following for eon
But first, what are the evils of which we
omplain, ani for which we desire a remedy?
)ne of the greatest is the burthensome taxa
ion to which we are subjected; and the un
:ertainty and confusion, into which our laws
mnd code of rules of procedure in our Courts
ire thrown by extravagant legislation; entail
ng loss of time, and heavy expenses, in con
lucting the litigation of the country. 1
In view of this condition of our situation,
he great desideratum with us is, how can
we put in motion a remedy? I say put in'
notion, because it cannot all be done at I
Gomething can be done, in the right di
rction, if the voting citizens will unite and
xeartily endeavor to elect a LAgislature ca
,able of realizing our weighty burthens, and
illed with the spirit of tiue reform and in
lustry to do the most useful work in the
ihortest possible time. Such a selection of
nen can and will effect wonders for the gen, I
ral welfare of our oppressed people; but t
iot so much for the milionaire speculators.
sow, can such a selection be made? Not i
with ease and apathy; but if the people I
could unite and go to work properly, I think 1
rery much could be done. I
I will state my plan. Let each county r
riewits own separate voting condition of fixed c
'acts of living Issues. For example, a county r
taring a preponderance of white voters, and
ending three members to the House of Rep
esentatives, nominate a ticket of two white
md one colored candidate, and upon condi
ion, that they openly and publicly pledge
hemselves to work for the reform desired by
be native and adopted citizans of our State, r
ben give them a un'ted support at the bal- t
ot box If a county have a preponderance, e
Ither wsy, and be entitled to four members, a
et the citizens nominate a ticker of two a
rhitec and two colored, and upon the condi- fi
ions already atated, theu ra!!; their Suc- tl
ess at :lt? .llot boa. Al so let each p
ounty ::ct fur itweif. Anl further, if there t:
hould be a county entit!e.l to four or more b
members, and only two suitable men can be P
ound to take open ground for the needed re- =
orm, nominate but these two, one white and d
mne colored, and then all who are for reform,
upport these and no others.
I write to be understood, use no meta
hors or hidden language indicating policies ,
or the future, but speak straight out. In
electing colored nominees, I hesitate not to
dvocate the appointment of those, mainly, v
rho have been owned among us as slaves, i
rmerly-and of those too who are of the
arming class. They feel more sharply the
urthens of which we all comp!ain.
Much can be said in favor of this course of
rocedure, but I forbear argument. The rea
ons are very apparent. In this way they n
rill see that we are in earnest in recognizing
heIr legal rights, that we desire to take themr
long with us, in learning the business of
awemnaking and in the execution of, law.,
twill remove frnm their min-Is the -hbag
tears of being reduced to slavery again, and
~uard theta against humnb-iggery for the fu
n--c. They will more readily learn that they .
ave been galled with shandows, whilst their
re tendedl friends ran away with their sub)
tanee. We must get the workings of the
kate government in fair order-and let na
ional polities and alliances be for the proper
imne, We are not ben, fitted juat now, ap-(
irhend by keeping ump mcrely party strug
tIes for party success and office emolumer ts.
ellow-citizens, we have much at stake, and
et us thit,k twice before we speak, and look
with both eyes before we leap. Send out
'our orators and logical sharp-shooters, to
nlighten the popular mind. The Press can
lo much, but good stumping can do mo:'e inI
his mnttter. SPES. j
Deaths in Charleston last week, 3.3;1
rhites 10, colored 23.
AtndersnSff, S. C., is to have an exten
ive cojtton and wool factory.
The business of the North Eastern R.*
An old hImdy in Tndiana, has put 15,
36 pieces into a qtuilt.
The great Romann amphitheatre hass
>een excavated near Mt. Geniere. ,
There are three huindrcd children in
the Charleston orphan house.
lii:ls are now before Congress giving
way 1,000,000 acres of public lands.t
There are ninety-three candidates OutI
'or sheriffitn Po0lk county, Oregon.
Napoleon calls the 45.000 school
nasters in his empire "the pacific army
The Iirst Methodist church in Russia
as just been erected at Fultopea on the
Black Sea. It has 21 memubers.
The spring style of bonnets is described
us "something I.ke a sun-flower on the
peak of a hay.stack."
It is feared that the Stteamship City of
Boston has gone down in a gale by col
lision with an iccburg.
French papers predict the oarly order
ng of a plehiscetum as the last :ilterna
tation of revolution.
The Managers ef the Port Royal R. Rt.
propose to run from Barnwell to Chbar
leston in fou hours.
The prayer meetings at the house of
Luther McCoy, the wickedest man in1
yroy, are being regularly held.1
A ta-ntalizing old fellow in Nashvile has
le six a idiows $5000 apiece upon con
dition that they shall never marry.
The Bill discontinuing the Freedman's
Bureau and for other purposes, has
passed the llouse.
South Carolina has whipped in the
game cock fight again. This time the
"tlar heecs" have gone under--but they
Kellog's Southern Pacific railroad
Ahrough the centre of the cotton belt,
with Charleston as its entre pot, will
The sixteenth srmendment is now up.
Sec. 1. The right of citizens of the U3. S.
to vote shall not be denied because of
Mr. Gilmore Simams says that A pple
ton's Cyclopredia is a very world of
books, and at once the most impartial
and authentic Cyclopredia extant.
The Gitizens party in Camden have
elected their municipal ticket by a small
majority. In 1868, Camden gave in the
Presidential election a radical majority of
A citizen of Maine is "prospecting" in
South Carolhna for the lease of a large
tract of marsh iand, and proposes to cul
tivate frogs and send their hind legs to
If youw want a gmro appetite, etae r Tett's
DENTAt. AssociATIoN.-This Associa
;on, which has been in ses.sion in this
ity since Tuesday night last, adjourned
esterday, after a very interesting neet
ng. A constitution and by-laws for the
overnmcnt of the Association were
dopted. The name of the Association
rill hereafter be kno'xn as "the State
ental Association of South Carolina."
esolutions in regard to the death of
f Dr. W. B. McKeller, were read and a
opted.. The following officers were elected
a serve for the ensuing year: President
Ir J. B. Patrick. of Charleston ; 1st
ice-President-Dr. V. U. W4ardlaw,
,1heville; 21 Vice-Presileot-Dr. 11.
l IIanberry, Grahnams T. O ; Recording
ecretary- )r 0. J. Bond, Mat ion ; Cor
esponding Secretary--Dr. '. T. Moore,
oInmbi:t ; Treasurer -Dr. T. F. Chupein,
ExEtcuTIE CounmEn-Drs. D. I.
loozer, U. F. S. Wright, A. K. Durham,
CoTTrrre oN MeStnr.esitr- Drs. W. L.
teynul ls, Edward C. Jones, J. R. Thomp
Coxxrrrs oN OrEttTIvF. DENTItTY
)rs. T. T. M.ore. W. C. Wardlaw, 0. J.
Co.MtTErrE ON MEcITtxtcasr. DENTISTRY
-Drs. i. S. Whaley, 11. R. Ilanberry,
11. Alexander, W. A. Fallow.
Delegates to the Southern Dental As
ociation, to be held in New Orleans, in
(pril next-Drs. W. C. Wardlaw and J.
To the American Dental Association,to
be held in Nashville, in August next
)rs. Thomas T. Moore and 11. R. Stan
The next annual meeting will be held
n this city on the 1st Tuesday in May,
871. The semi-annual meeting will be
eld in Charleston in November next.
.esolutions of thanks to the various
ailroads and to Mr. WV. A. Wright, for
ourtesies extended to the members,
TEEATMENT OF MENINETIS.-DC. T. J.
Vood, of Columbus, Ga., says :
My plan was to bleed them freely from
large orifice. until f made a decided im
ression upon the pulse, and until there
'as a manifest relaxation of the muscular
gidity and tension and temperature of
te skin. I then put them upon naus
iting portions of tartar emetic and give
brisk mercurial purgative, and applied
large blister to the spine, extendirg
om the oe.innt. to tha lnwt, egla of
Ie scatular, Aftcr the aetion of the
urgative, I continued the mercury and
irtar emetic in alternative portions, com
ined w h Dover powders if it was dis
osed to act too freely upon the bowels.
.ncl if reaction was fully established be
>re relief, I repeated the bleeding. Un
er this treatment I had the satisfaction
f seeing my patients relieved in from
x to twelve and twenty-four hours of
Il svmptons of all disease.
In the Episcopal (Christ's) Church, Gre-n,
ille, S. C., on the 30th nIt, by the Rev. El
son Capers, Mn. Wx. W. MATBERRY, of
ennsylvania, and Miss EIxxA WESTsIZLD,
We acknowledge receiving a kindly flat
ring invitation to attend the wedding, and
:uld we have gone it would have afforded
s much pleasure. Thn cake, following the
otice of the consummation of the happy af,
tir is another evidence that in taking theuew
tiation of wife the fair bride has not been
nmindful of one of her admiring friends.
lay the life upon which the wedded pair
ave entered lbe full of joty aud h:tppiness,
nd their end be peace. Our best wishes arc
'afted to them.
" 27 Win. H. Bernaird, Proprietor of the
tar Adlvertising Agency, W ilmnington, N. C.,
authorize'd to receive adtvertisemnents for
is paper at our lowest cash rates.''
sig "A GOOD) LIFE KiEEPS
FlF WINKL.ES." so do SU31TFr: Btr rEns.
nhich byv its u'e re!stores anid invigrorates thec
nho!e system and repairs the ravages of
Apr. 13, 15-1t
"We have made arrangemn'nts with the
roprietor of the CAtOu,nA FARxER, a first
lass, eight,page Agriculitural Weekly, pub,
shed at Wilmington, N. C., to club that
iurnatl wi'h the IIE RA LD, at $4 2.5 pcr year
ir the twi. to all new subscribers to the
armer. Specimen copies of the C.arolina
'rmer may be seen at this office."
D'Io You Want IIealth ? A nr
VHO DOES NOT? If so. be advised. USE
)R. TUTrTS SA RSAPAItILLA and QU'EEN'S
>ELIGIIT. the Great alterative aud b)lood
urifier. There is no mystery about the un
rersal success that attends its use. It is
he ninest selection of' tonic anti-bilioue, anti
corhuric, nperient and pu-ifyin;g HERBS,
:00TS and BIARKS that ever entered into
,ny medicinal compound.
Apr. 13, 15-2t
WiIt is Not Known Where he
hat invented the plongh was born, or where
ie died! yet he has effected more for the happi
ete of the world than the whole race of
eroes and conquerors who have drenched it
rith tears, and watered it with blood. But
I is known that the celebrated "Old Caro
ina Bitters" are the best tonic ever offered
a the public.
Safe, sure and reliable! is Winceman's
Apr. 13, 15i-1t
A t a meeting of the Newberry Medical As,
ociation, held on the 2tst inst., the fol
owing officers were elected for the ensuing
Dr. 0. B. MAYOR. President,
"P. B. RCPF, Vice President,
"JA3tsS McINT'osH. Recording .See'y.
"R. L. CAR.ISL., Corresponding "
"J. L. SPEAK, Treasurer.
The next reguliar meeting will be bel at
he C U. at 2 o'clock P. M., on saleday in
dIay. (Monday 2d) at which time an adldress
ril be deliveted by the President, Dr. 0. B3.
All the members of the profession
broughout the District are cordially andI ear
testly invited to, attend, and unite in the
iromotion and advancement of medical
icience and literature.
.TA MES Mc[NTOSII. M. D).,
Mar. 30 3r. Secretary.
OccI,r!ToRAL. At.xEs-s-Fresh pure air is
Svitalizing elixir. Whoever is debarred by cir
utustances from unrestricted access to this In
rlsib'e. but powerful stimulant, needs a nmedici
iai invigorant of some kind. The great object
hould be to choose the best. Popularity is a
>rstty good guarantee of merit in this scrutinizing
nd intelligent age, and tried by this criterion
lost. tter's Stomach Bitters stands first among
he invigorating and re"ulating medicines of the
nresent day. To the w~a.ts or persons engaged
n indoor 'employments. especial ly in crowded
'actories where even with the best possible
rentilation the atmosphere is always in some de
gree polluted, this salubrious vegetable tonic Is
seculiarly adapted. The nature of the ingre
lients is no mystery. It cons'i"ts of an absolutely
pure diffusive stimulant, tinctured--or rather
murcharged-withi the fluid extracts of sanatous
roots and barks and herbs. The pharmacopuoeia
aas its tinctures. but what are they'? Thejuace of
>nly a single root or bark or plant is present
in each. Not one of them combines the three
properties of a tonic. an alterative, and an ape
rient. All these elements are blended in the'
P.itters; nor are these the sum of its med
duial recommendations. It is also a blood de
purent and an antispasmodic.
The baleful effect'which air that has been par
:ially exhausted of its oxygen by frequent breath
ing produces on the vital organization. is noto
rious,.and when to this devalized atmosphere
is superadded the mephitic vapor of hot air fur
aaces, it becomes deleterious and depressing in
the extreme. To enable the syst em to beer up.
iven for a few hours each day against the deblli
sating influence of a vitiated atmosphere. a whole
!ome tonic and alterative is urgently required.
rhis grand disideratum is snpplied in Iostetter's
Bitters, which as a strength-sustaining, health -
protecting agent has no rival eith er among offic,
onal or advertised medicinee,
Delicate females take the Golden Eagle
l,P'rP 10ON1IZE .i. hMiE i...\
TE(IPISE.-Mr. P. P. Toalc, whose a+Iver
tiset.ent appears in another column, l:ta es
tablished on a firm basis, in Cha:l-ton, the
largest and most completc nanutae:o: y of
doors, sashes, blindt, &c.. in the Soutl;crn
States. lhvin; advertised liberally during
the past year, he has secared a large custom,
extending as far west as Alabama, and he
has thus Deen enabled to put forth a printed
price list which defies competition. Evte?v
one who contemplates bailding or repairing
shoul write at once for Mr. Toale's price
April 6, 14 -Im.
An exhilirating and het:Lhful beverage is
Dr. Tart's Golden Eagle Bitters. 1m.
gi PAIN KILLER-IT IS A
Balm for every wonud. Our first physicians
use and recommend its use; the Apothecary
finds it first among the medicines called for,
and the Wholesale Druggist considers it a
leading article in his trade. All the dealers
in medicine speak alike in its favor, and its
A 3IEDICIxE OF C@EAT IRTUE,
is fully and permanently established It is
the great FAMILY MEDICINE of the age.
TAKE N INTERNALLY, it cures Dysente+
ty, Cholera, Diarrhea, Cramp and Pain in
Stomach, Bowel COnnplaint, Painters' Colic,
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, or Indigestion,
Suudden Cold", Sore Throat. Congh". &c.
TAKEN ENTERNALLY, it cures Boi's,
Felons. Bruises, Cuts, Burns, Scalds. old
Sores and Spr:ins, Swellings of the Joints,
'ootliache, Pain i'i the Face, Neuralgia and
Rheumatism, Chapped Iiands, Frost-bitten
PAIN is supposed to be the lot of n; poor
mortals as inevitable as death, and liable at
any time to come upon us. Therefore it is
important that remedial agents should be at
hand to be used on emergency, when we are
made to feel the excruciating agony of pain,
or the depressing influence of disease.
Such a remedial agent exists in PERRY
Dvs' "PAIN KILLER," the fame of which
has extended over all the earth. Amid the
eternal ices of the polar regions, or beneath
the intolerabie and burning suns of the trop
ics, its virtues are known and appreciated.
And by it suffering humanity has found re
lief from many of its ills. The effect of the
Pain Killer upon the patient, when taken in
ternally in cares of Cough, Cold, BowelCom
plaints, Cholera, Dysentery, and other affec
tions of the system, has been truly wonder
ful, and has won for it a name among medi
cal preparations that can never be forgotten.
Its success in removing pain, as an external
remedy, in cases of Burns, Bruises, Sores
and Sprains, Cuts, Stings of Insects, &c., and
other causes of suffering has secured for it I
the most prominent p' >n among the med
icines of the day. Beware of Counterfeits
and worthless imitation". Call for Perry
Davis' Vegetable Pain Killer, and take no
Sold b; D.nggists and Grocers. Prices,
Sc , 5s., and $1 per bottle.
April 6, 14-im.
If you are weak and nervous, use the Gol%
den Eagle Bitters. 1m.
NEWBEnRY. S. C.. April 12.-Cotton firm, 20f.
Nttw YoRK. April 11-7 P. 31.-Cott.n firm;
sales2 700 bales-uplands 232. Gold closed at
13 a 13t.
ISALTIBOnE. April 11.-Cotton quietbut firm
CnARLESTOA. ril 11.-C tton quiet-mid
rIling 22; sales 150 bales; receipts 420; stock
Lirvrroor.. April 11-Evening.-Cotton quiet
uplands 111; Orleans 11%; sales 12,000 bales.
Newberry Prices current.
APPLES-Green. per bu"hel.........1 75 a2 0m
Dry, per bu-hel...........1 6 al 75
BA;GTNG-Ouuuy-per yard.......... a 27
BALE 1OP.-Htemp. per lb.......... a
31auilta, per lb.......... a, 25
BACON-lfams. per lb ............... 20 a 22
Shoulders, per lb.......... a 16
Siles. per lb......... 17 a 18
BT.UE STONE, ner lb............... a 20
tE EF-per lb.~.................. 8 a 12}
IIUTrElt-Country. perlb........... a 3'
(CllEE.>E-E. D ................. a 25
(fHl(CK ENS-per head............ -5a 3"
CA LiCO-pe yard.. .............. 10 a 123
(ColTlER. -prlb...............8 1 '.
(C4 aJ;'N, p-er busel. ....... ........ ...al 45
Coitt - MEA L. per bust:el............ al 50
CA N DLES-Tal!ow-per lb.......... a
-Ad.amanstmne, perIb..... 20 a 22
COFFEE-Rio. per lb........... 2 a 3'
LAguyri'. rer lb.......... a 32
JLv. per lb.............. a 40
00'TTON Y A RN. per Lunch.......... a2 10
D)UM asTIts 4-4 per yurd.........i15a 16
7 8..**..........13 a 34
ECGf;S. per dozen................. .. a 25
FL'.'-lt, per bb..................7 5 :10 00.
Gt'Nt1-OWDER.per1l............... a 4
IItauN ilE$. rr6.................. a 10
Ili' N-Eni:lish refuned. p.er pootd.. a 7
. Swedes...................... a 9
B. d. .... .. .... .. .. .. a 9 '
Hoop........................ a 12j
ltow Steel................... a 32*
P'otware..................... a la
LAItRD. perTh....................... a 23
L.'l1BE t-Wide Boards, per M ft.. .12 0 :20 'o
'canatliuig per M ft....10 :200
Flooring, per 31 ft...15w : 2000
3MOLASSE-Cu(ba. per gal........50 a 75
West lndia. pr gal.... 50 a 75
NewO0riear.s. per gal. ..l 00 al 25
MACKEIREL-per half barrel...9 '0 s10'o
per Kit........... 300:a400
MADDER--per lb..............4i a 50
NAII.S. per ke;t.................... a7 '0
O ATS, per bushel.................. a1 P0
ONIONS. puer bushzel.............1 50 :2 00
GIL-Erosene. pwr gal............. 7 a '0
Liniseed'.boiled............1 5' al 60
1.inseed. ra w................ al 50
Tanr.er's. Straits.............. al 50
PEAS, per bushel................ ..s3 00
l'vTATuS-Irish,. per bushel....2 00 a3 '0
Sweet, per bushe!.... 1 00 al 25
PAIN'S-White Lead, per lb...14 a 16
R ICE. per lb........................ a 30
S ALT. per sack ......................... a2 50
SllGtLES. pter 100................. a6 0't
SL'GAIR-Pah-erized. per lb.......... a 20
('rusbed, per lb.............. a 18
A.r ib......... ........... a 17
('. ',xtra. per lb ............. a 16
Brown, per lb........ ........ a 1.4
SP'ECIE-Gol...................... a 8
SP'IR ITS-Corn Whiskey. per gal..2 0' :2 50
Frerch Brandy.......5 "n a1503
loland Giln..........4 OJ .8 10
Of Turpentine.......... al on0
T'EA-llyson, per lb............ .....1 50 :2 50
l operial. per lb...............1 al 25
hhack. per lb..................1 00 al 50
T A.L LOW. per lb ................. 12ia 15
VINEOAAR-Cider pergal............. .a 60
VAIR NIS HES-toach body, per gal 4 54 500
Copal, per ga1.........a3 50
WHEAT, per bushel................ a
L.ATEST QUOTATIONS OF
Corrected Weekly by A. C. XAUFXAN, Bro
ker, No.25 Broad Street.
APRIL 9, 1870.
STATE SECURTEs-South Carolina. old, 86a
-; do ne w, -a 80; do. regist'd stock, ex int a
CrTr' Seu:'tas-Augusta. Ga.. Bonds -a
87: C'harlestor.. S. C.. Stock. ex qr int. - a 58;
do. Fire Loan Bonds. --a 75; Columbia, S. C..
Btonds. - a 70.
ItAIL..oAD Btosos-Blue Ridge. first mortgage,
70:-: charleston and Savanah.65a ..: Char
lotte. Columbia and Augusta. - a 90: Cheraw
and Darlington. a 86; Greenville ad Columbia.
Ist mort.. SOa -: do, State guarantee, 69 a-;
Northieast< 90 a -; Savannah and Charleston.
1st iport.. . -a 80; do. State gurantee. 70a -:
South Carolina, - a 80; do,7; Spartanburg and
Union. -a 58.
IaAI.nOAD STocKs-Charlotte. Coltumbia and
Augusta. - a 55: G cenville and C.!urnbia. 2a
:Northeastern, a 10: Savannah and (Charleu.
ton. - a 35: Si.uth Carolina, whole sbares. -a
45: do. halrshare, - a22
Es.cuiaYt,t. &c-New York Sight. e ff par;
G old. 110:a112: Silver. 105a 108.
*Bank of Charleston..................- a -
*Bank of Newberry....................- a -
flank of Camden..,...................50 a -
Bank of Georgetown.................. 5 a -
Hank of South Carolina.............. 5 a -
Bank of Chester..........-...--.-....5 a -
Bank of Hlamburg............-.---..3 3a -
Bank of state of S. C.. prior toi861.S ..0a -
Bar.k of State of S. C.. issue 1861andl1862.8a
*Planters' and Mechan ica' B'k ofCh'rlestou- a -
*reople's hank of' ('hairleston...........- a -
eL'uion 1anxk of' Chiarlesto-.......' ....
Southwestern ItlR Bankii of Charleston. old.- a -
Southwe?tern It R Bank ofCharleston,new,- a -
State Bank of Charleston.............. 3 a -
Farmners'and Exchange Bkof Chareston..- a 3.4
Exchange Bank of Columbia...........10 a --
('ommrercial Bank of Columbia.........2 a -
Mecrchants' Bank of Cheraw.... .......3 a -
P'lante:s Bank of Fairfield............. 3 a -
State of South Carolina Bills Receivable.. .par.
City of Charleston Change Bills....par.
*Bills marked thus (el are being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of each.
Tutt's Golden Eagle'
FACTS AND FIGURES
Asks a careful perusal of the following
enumeration of articles and prices of gocds
which are undeniaily
7'HEAP, IF A OT CHEAPER
Than the Cheapest.
I am determined to work a revolution not
>f confusion and blood but of peace and
Dry Goods, Millinery,
Read, and digest what followeth:
Prints, 10 to 122e.
Jaconet Muslin. 15 to 35c.
White Pique. 25 to :L5c.
Colored Marseilles, 50c.
Poplin Lawn.- 15e.
Embroidered H'kerchiefs, 25 to 40.
Ladies' Linen H'kerchiefs. 10 to 25.
Embroideries, Laces, Collars and
_uffs, low, very low.
Stamped Aprons, 25c. each.
Fine colored Linen for dresses, 50c.
Checked Muslins, Lawn, Jaconet,
'ansook, Brilliants, low figures.
Bleached homespans, 10 to 20c.
" "" 46 inches, 25c.
Brown homespuns, 9 to 20c.
Coats' Cotton, 3 for 25c. or 12 forSl,
Linea Towels, bordered, 15 to 40c.
Ladies' Hose, 10 to 30c.
Corsets 81 to $1.75.
30 Spring Hoop Skirts, 75e.
Ladies' Skirts, whit. and colored,
2 to $3.50.
Gloves of all kinds 50c.
Parasols, Fans, cheap.
round Combs. 10 to 40c.
Jeans. 20e. per yard.
BLaek Cloths and Cassimers, all
inds, very cheap.
Soaps and Perfumeries of all kinds.
My stock of
lats, Bonnets, Ribbons,
Flowers, Laces, Veil Stufs,
Hair Switches, &c.,
[S SuPERB AND 1llE1F,
A good stock of
"lothing, Boots. Shoes, Hats, C V3,
Straw Huts, &c., of such styles,
prices and qualities as cannot fail to
Vy stook is also complete in the li4e of
'n -ll Ikuding articles, and in many little
'ings lighly essential and des.ira le . to
Soda Craecers, 10'e. per pound.
Sweet Crackers. fancy anud plain, 1..
Jig.irs, Tobacco, C.inned Fruuits and Fish, &c.
I task for no more than: an examina-tion and
im .stizfied in lj<ing able to sell satisfacco
COIE AND SEE ME~.
AS. 13, MI5-tR. V~ RN
The puralic are respectin'ly informecd that
i acordantce to) previous no:iee theC store,
roomt of the above C;ompaniy is now open in
the line of
of which a fine and superior assortment is
readly for s;al..
Thie Ilatest patented and best made stovse
n the m:arke.t.
The umost imp-ove'd ont erns and regular
.izes of all kind< of Tmn-ware, and every
thsing in these partienlar line~s are offered
with confidlcee o' their merir..
Glutterinig, R oofing, and all kinds of job
work done w itha des.patch!, by superior
The publie are invi:rd to call.
S. C. MANUFACTURING CO,
A pril 13, 15-t. Newberry, S. C.
A FEW iVORE
Yam Po'it:ato Slips. Irish Potatoes.
Also, Sweet (eating) Potatoes.
So imuch for Taters.
Oran:ges, Apples and L-aorns.
A fresh supply of Crestam and Fox Crack
ers expected every day.
3 more of those favor ite Ch:eese jst in.
Flton Market (pickled) Beef this week
Fresh Egges an.1 Butter.
Fresh Fish ea-i till be had every Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday.
Oh !non-ens~e, I eannot advettise half the
ne things you can buy fromt
L. R. MARSH ALL.
Apr. 13, 15-1-.
Administratrix's Notice for'
THlE undersigtned hereby gives notieA
that she will appry to John T. Petersoqn
Judge of the Probate court for. Newberry,
on the 14th day of Maiy nex.t, for a fipal
discharge as Adm:inistratrix of J.AMES F,
EIlMA FE. W.ILSON, Adm's.
April l'i, 15--5t.
STATE OF SOEUTH CA ROLINA,
By John T. Pete rson, Probate Judge.
Whereas, Herry Abrams, hath made suit
to mse -o grant him Lettera of Administra
tion, of the E.state and effects of John McD.
These are therefore to cite and admonish '
all and sincular, the kindred and creditors
of the said deceased, to be and appear be
lore me, in the Court of Probate, to be hecld
at Newberry Court House, on '.he 25th day
of A pril next, after publication hereot,
at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to shew'
eause, if any they have, why the said ad
ministration should not be granted. Given
under msy hand this 11th day of Aprl,
Anno Donmini, 1870.
JOHN T. PETERSON, xr. . . c
A pr. 13, 15-2t.
Selected and warranted pure. Fr