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Wednesday, July 27, 18O.
B . R. B. 0A RPEST, of Ch1lesto.
Celleral I C. BtTER, of Edgefield.
The Way we do Things.
The barbecue at Wadlingtun's is to be
a great big a air, for we karn that, b-.
side the substami as well as other
light and refreshing contributior.s from
the town and district, the nei7nborbood
of WadiingtonS where Tiue day's grand
gathering is to take place. has contribu
ted over one hundred carcasses. Just
think of it! one hua'red fat carcasses
leef, mutton and p->rk, from one neigh
borhood We 'ave not heard from Sa
lnda O} Toty n precinct, but feel satisfied
that that there too will there be a plen
tiful abt' :dance.
Only a Way he has.
At a e&nt Republican ioininating Con
vention in Orangeburg, which the decent
republicans present denounced as most riot
oas and disorderly, and one that they ought
to be ashamed of, Hoge was fiercely charged
with altering a tote, and when presented for
record, Ransier took it from Ioge and tore it
up. The Orangeburg News says that the ex
posed, self,confessed wretch, just convicud
of a small and foul villainy, and cowering
before :he indignant colored men, had the
impuderce .o go into the pnlpit, where he
said "be could not tamper with any votes,"
and there delivered his villainous speech
against the Reform Party and the wounded
hero, Gen. Rutier. One moment self-con,
victed of crime, and cowering with the cold
perspiration in his face, and the next attack
ing a brave, true man!
Don't be Idle.
We hene that no nian will be idle in the
contest tiow going on, the battle which is
to drcide whether honesty shall prevail or
whether thieves, robbers and uturderers
shall lunger be ierm:itted to hold power.
Every man can do somethirg. It.stant in I
season and out shouid be the common im
pulse now. There is no time for lagging,
for 1ai:irg; every man has his own wo:k
to do. Occe let our citizens feel this in its
full force, and Newberry will carry the day
in spite of the liea of the ri.g party, or
' eott's Wiuchestet';; only let us be true to
ourselves and work with a rim. If an es
ample is needed we point to Judge Carpen
ter, the hardest working ma-n in rie refort
party. Look at his vim. He's a whole
Monday and Tuesday's Meetings.
We need hardly remind the ciizes of
Newberry of the .rneetings announced for
next Monday anti nsday, the one at Salu.
da Old Town, and the other at Wadiington's
Cross Roads; atsboth of which a general and
large turn out is expected. It is a duty to
be there, and it will be a pleasure also, for
there will be such light thrown on the is
s'.s before 2s as canmnot fail to satisfy the
most doubtful -or wavering. Go to theseb
meeting.s then, one an d all,and let no interest g
cause vou to remain at home. Judge Car- n
penter and Gen. Blutler will address thte t
meetings, and perhaps Gen. Kershaw.
The clored citizen and the white citizen g
Rre alike'interested in the Union Reform n
tnovement-- in thec rescuing of the State o
fromd the band of pira:es who are now fat- it
reutig on the public treasury, and every o
matn whto w-ould have a change will hear ofI
something at these mteetinigs which will be
p:-oStable as to thme great issue before us.
There will be feasts of good things beside
in the way of barbecues.
Let vr man attend, white atnd black.
Eopeful and Cheering. 1
The signs oif the times are indeedn
ho9peful and cheering, and we believe ii
that-a strong pull, and a pull altogethem', I
~ill bring the old shi pof State clear of
the quick-snds which arc threateningt
tom engutlf her. It cannot be accomplished,
however, without work, a good, honest
stripping for the contest, and a sInking P
oif nll little party feelings of jealousies, or I
doubts, as to the 6itness of thims mran or
that, for this or tbe other little position, I
or direction in the work ; and it will
matter but little in the general result, if em
that result be a success, and a glorious
success it will be, if we nnite heart and Ia
hantd in giving it aid, if some things are 04
not what we would wish thenm. It ist
ettough that we are perfeect,y, heartily, st
honestly satisfled with our standard bear- W
ers, Judge Carpenter and General But- am
ler iTherefore let us unite with sacred P~
earnestness in furthering this good cause,
and let all minor differenes and appoint- g
ments alone, for we have oot the time to gI
trouble ourselves about unimportant g
points. We believe that the right men t
are at the head and -front of the battle.
Is not that enough-t As to Judge Car
penter, no more~6itting man could have Ca
been selected in this emergency.! pbys.
ically and mentally-he is bead and shoul- by
ders above any man that the ring can foi
troduce. and th.ey are shaking in their
boots that their opponent is so formida- ad
ble, and that their position is so weak and cr
m.o untenable. Judge Carpenter is fear-.P
1ess in his exposure of the fraud2s and i
corruption of the piratical crew, and his
dissections shake their guilty souls ; hia
ljoldness too, is refreshing, and his scath- of
ing, bilting, shar p utterances,' effectually
silence thme pital yeipings of the thievesG
who have long si-na parted company
with truth and honesty.. We may safely
say that we will win the fight, if therep
is anything in truth, fairness, honesty
atnd pluck, and we will have no going E
haek o:: that, but stagtforward press a
w ithI every energy to the end, the bitter
end fQr the radical ring. Let every hon
rst man, black and white, say then, suc- b
ien to the l'iion Ref->rm Party, thef
Sh^ort Trip to Columbia-What we felt, saw
On a recent flying visit to Columbia,
our conveyance was the big new coach of
the G. & C. R., R., of shich so much has
been said, and we did not like it at all.
It was the tria trip of this huge brown
sided and green-backed rnonster, hnd
two accidents had already occurred, one
detention by fire on the track, and. one
run off, neither owing, however to tlfe
new caravan, yet as we stepped ;.n its
platform, after, viewing its 6reat sides
and length, and already a',quainted with
the mishaps of the da. , we felt scared.
As the train moved, it was bard to real
ize io spite of the -elaborate decorations,
anP" handsome and comfortable internal
arrangements, that we were not on the
inside of some huge monster, a whale
perhaps which would roll over directly,
or plunge down, or some fearful bird
which might get frightened, and opcning
its great wings, soar away with us. For
the first ten or fifteen miles it was im
possible to feel easy, we never expected
to get back to Newberry, and but for
the Bobbing which bolstered uson either
side-Bob Land and Bob Leavell-who
were unremitting with advice and cheer,
the Herald's unfortunate senior would
have gone back on nature. Courage being
finally infused, and finding that the cus
sed looking thing did not. fly, or roll over,
or anything of that sort, and that it
really moved along with more satisfac
tion than the old concerns,we took heart,
and enjoying it, arrived in Columbia,
spite of the long detention, by daylight.
Columbia is improving on every hand,
new dwellings and new stores every
where going up, but business, as it is
here at home, is rather flat. Amvg the
.gns of improveent a-nd advance is the
large addition being made to the store of
the Messrs. Kinard's, which, when com
pleted, will make it second to none this
side of Charleston. Success attend them
and all others vho help to add to the
business and prosperity of the country.
We were pleased to notice also that the G.
& C. R. R. has its Auditor's office now
over the new banking house, over which
Mr. Hardy Solomon so gracefully presides.
The change will be found a great con
enience to parties having business with
the officers of the road. The South Car
lina Bank and Trust Company's office
is, as already mentioned, immediately
underneath, and is handsomely fitted up,
:ool and airy, and is doing a good busi
'ess, although so lately established.
We found the offic:rs all that we
:ould expect, pleasant and attentive.
i'e would like to givo a few particulars
f men and things; of Bro. Sidi Brown,of
he Christian Neighbor, whose counsel
:nd advice and'general conversation was
efreshing, of Selby of the Phoenix. who
old his readers that we were dreadfully
mder the weather, and scared a host of
hem, of \fr. Peihamn of the Guardian,
rho was out when we called, and who
onsequently said nothing ; of Dr. E. E.
ac:son, who has bug-ology on the brain,
ad who has just gotten him and his
rotr into thesneyes5t little cot tageimagi
able-; of the int2mfitable S-'er; of
laze, who never thinks it a trouble to
e polite and kind ; of Sulzbachecr, who
ae us a steel chain, and said some fun.
y thir.gs about editors generally and
2e Herald particularly ; o f Messrs.
my the, Shoe Merchant ; Love, of dry
ods fame; C. F. Jackson, the man
-ho is always on top ; and a score of
thers, who all promise to advertise when
gets cool enoogh to write out a card;
fthese we might expatiate wholesome
rand refreshingly, but we will not
ist now. A word, though nearly for
tten, about Seegers, whose ice machine
being rapidly put together, and who
romises us the Girat block made. Some
ubts are entertained about his ice be
g as cold as the Datural article, or sS
eting, or have as~much water in it as
should have; all thcse doubts we
romise shortly to settle satisfactorily.
astly as to Columbia,we had a pleasant
me with the many friends who vied
ith each other to make us 'proud.'
The voyage back and up was made
easant and profitable by a long chat
ith Judge Carpenter, who imnpressed
Smost favorably. We are glatt that
e met w ithi him. His conversation
as inspiring and cheering in the high
:t degree. He says we are bound to
in, he knows all the ropes, has Lhem
I well in hand, and will pull each as
casio ns requires, to the discomfiture of
e enemy. The Judge is of fine phy
ue, hold and fearless, and determined,
hile his mental gifts and acquirements
e of the first order, and he feels in
-essed with the interests at stake, the
>nor held out to him, andi the immense
iod wh,ich he can accomplish as the ex
utive of the old State Hie sees and
els that as Governoi no will have a
'and and noble field before him, and
at the privilege will be his of handing
wn to.posterity a name which will ever
'e on the brightest records of history.
eces to the good cause, and to Judge
Tree hundred dollars in prizes is offered
the proprietor of the Yorkville Enquirer
ethe best original stories delivered to him
the first of October next. For particalars1
dress L. 1.. Grist, Yorkville, S. C.
n the last issue of the Chesterfield Demo- I
Lt, Mr. Prince announces that be has dis- I
sd of the paper to Mr. V. Little, formerly
pubsher ot the Marion Star, a practical
w TO GET Ax ELtGoANT PxANo.-W e
Sto direct the reader's attention to the ad
rtisement of Messrs. J. W. Burke & Co.,
ring a splendid $.500 Ecsewood Piano to
person sending the largest club of newi
bscribers to Bnrke's Weekly for Boys and
ris. The pubishers of the Weekly are re
onsible and reliable gentlemen, and willt
what they say. I
TE GALAx.-The contenits of the Au
st number are: Overland; American Tim- c
ty Broad and its Adulterations; Once; a
ploatic Incidents; Diana; Sister Diana;
[ward Bulwer, Lor,d Lytton; The $tory of ~
Intiny; h ow Napoleon IL Managed a The- E
-e; The Dumb Poet: The Vaccination Ques- e
.: Lenore; The Stylies of Disraeli and ofc
ceas; The Galaxy M.iscellany; Drift- Ii
nod: Literature and Art; Memoranida; Na. I:
l, by the Editor. The subscription price
the dlalaxy is $4 a year; invariably in ad
aee. Two copies will be sent for $7: three ji
pies for $10: ten for $30, and-one to thei
tter up of the club. Subscriptions shouldt
Addresed to Sheldon & Co , Nos. t' and j
The Way to Win.
The political campaign has opened, the
Union Reform candidates are already in
the field, and the State may expect to be
hcld, between this and the end of Octo
ber, as c. citng and as important a can
vats as ever engaged the hopes and sym
pathies of a people. On the one side will
be ranted the enemies of good govern
ment, the retainers of the Ring, the venal
pol.iticians who have added millionsto the
'tate debt and have filled their own pock
ets while emptying the pockets of their
so-called fellow-citizens. On the other
side iill stand the intelligence, the worth,
the honesty and the decency of South
Carolina-all leagued together for the
one great purpose of obtaining a State
Government which shall make life and
property secure, and may be banded
down, with becoming pride and confi
dence, to the second and third genera
tion. There is no splitting of hairs.
The whole canvass is a square and fair
contest between honesty and dishonesty,
economy and extravagance, public purity
and public corruption.
With an organization as thorough as
that of the Radical Ring, the Union Re
form party an carry the day ; but a po
litical rabble cannot hold its own against
trained and disciplined forces, the more
especially when the larger battalions and
the better discipline are both on the same
side. The Ring count upon the igno
rance of their adherents; the Reformers
count upon intelligence and upon truth.
And the one sure way of exposing the
rascalities and deceptions of the Ring,
and of proving the broad generosity and
enlarged liberality of the Reform move
ment, is by giving the Union Reformers
a rallying point in every precinct and
county in the State.
The formation of Union Reform Clubs
will set discipline against discipline and
organization against organization. It will
do more than this. In each precinct the
Reform Club will be the centre around
which may crystalize all the elements
which gives force and life to the Reform
party. And the Clubs will gain rapidly
in strength. When the standard-bear
ers of the party pass through the State
they will add hundreds of names to the
roll of the Reform Clubs; every effort,
every speech, every campaign document
will widen their sphere and increase their
usefulness. And without Reform Clubs
it will be very diflicult to carry on the
campaign. When announcements are
to be made for mass meetings, the Re
form Clubs should take the matter in
hand. When speakers are appointed
to canvass a district, the Reform Clubs
in the district should spread the news
abroad and make preparations for their
reception. When documents are to be
distributed, the Reform Clubs must do
the work. The clubs, also, will have
the duty of supervising the voting, so
that no illegal voters may sneakingly
cast their ballots for the Ring. In a
word, the Reform Clubs will bring the
State Executive Committee face to face
with the people. The chain will be un
broken--begisring with the small central
body in Columbia, and spreading out
with increasing strength and thickness
into every corner of the State. By means
of these clubs the whole people will be
joined together ; they will feel the touch
of the elbow all along the line.
We hope, then, that steps will at once
e taken for forruing Reform Clubs.
he people should form Precinct Clubs,
nd from these may be organized a Coun
y Club. Union has already moved in
his matter, and the rest of the State
hould follow her excellent example.
ith a good cause, with good candidates,
ith a Reform Club in every township,
rith a long pull, a strong pull and a
ull together-we can and shall be sue
All com'nnnicationsl to the Executive
,o nn should be addressed to the
'ommi .d at Ciimbia. Col Willia-m
allace, J. 15 i almer atz. E VSebl
ave been constitnted a .sub-com...te
t Columbia. A pplications for 5Oke(rs
ay be made to th2t committee. Rog
lar appointments will be in a d e,
rom time to time,- by that con:
itee, for public meetings in the
veral counties of the State, at which
[on. R. B. Carpenter and General M. C.
utler will address the people. The
ieds of the movement will please ob
rve these appointments and make the
ecessary arrangements. Shouldl the pres
nee of these gentlemen be desired on
my other occasions than those appoint
ed by the committee, their attendance
ay be secured in the intervals of such
pointments by addressing the Scre
The following alpointments are an
ounced for lHon. R. B. Carpenter and
[ C. Butler to address the people:
Anderson Court House, Wednesday,
Walhalla, Thursday, July 28.
Pickens Court House, Friday, July
Abbeville Court House, Saturday, July
Saluda Old Town, Monday, August 1.
Newberry. Tuesday, August 2.
Spartanburg, Wednesday, August 3.
Union Court House, Thursday, August
E. W. SEIBL.s,
Secretary Executive Committee.
Poor Charleston, she is under a cloud,
black cloud, as is, indeed, all of South
arolina ! It makes us feel that there
too little of justice extended to the
allant people of that proud old com
onwealt h-her Hamnptons, Butlers, and
hers, who bore themselves so nobly in
fnce of the "Lost Cause," and who
v suffered so much from the results
fthat trying conflict-when we see cen
ure passed upon them for the efThrt
ey are now making to redeem the
tate from the misrule which has bank.
pted Charleston, nnd threatens to
nkrupt the whole State. For our own
art, we wish them success. Unlike
leorgia, the negro population <,f South
aroina is largely in the majority over
e whites, and the effort being now
nade in that State by the conservative
arty, through a combination with the
oderate blacks, to rescue the State
om the misrule that has brought it to
e very verge of bankruptcy is a com
nendable one, dictated by the lof:iest
atriotism, and participated in by as
rue and honorable men as ever drew
ord or shed blood in the Confederate
ause. We bid themi God-speed in the
ourse they are now pursuing to save
e State.-Atlanta Tntelligencer.
We have received a copy of the proceed
ogs of the immigration Convention, held at
e Academy of Music, Charleston, S. C., on,
be 3d, 4th and 5ith of May, 1870. Among
i several interesting reports is that on the
lora of the State, "as it retates to the means
diversifying our industries," &c. This is
ost valuable and interesting paper, and
should like to see it broad-cast over the
tte: indeed it would be gratifying to us
nd very profitable to the State at large,
ould a copy of these importapt proceedings
efound in the hands of all our reading pub
A new serial story by a distinised Amer
t writer, whose name is held in reserve,
to be begun in the August GALAxY. The
ale is said to be full of incident, dramatic,
ovel in u-cene and character, and admirably
...p-e f.worrial pnnhiction.
Death or Mr. D. R. Sondey.
We regret to announce the death of
Mr. D. R. Sondley, one of our most es
teemed citizens, at his residence in this
village, from consumption, on Friday
last, in the fo*ty-fourth year of his age.
He was a native of Newberry, but had
resided here for the past fifteen years,
and during most of which time he oc
cupied the position of Depot Agent of
the Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
Of delicate health and frail o'ganization
it is a matter of wonder that the vigorous
will and earnest purpose kept back so
long the ebbing tide-that niind tri
umphed so long over matter, and life re
sisted so.long the approaches of death.
At last death came as the friend to give
relief to the suffering and rest to the
weary. For many years a member of
the Presbyterian Church, an honorable,
upright man, a public spirited citizen,
a faithful and efficient officer-of affable
deportment, and genial, companiorable
temper-he possessed in an eminent de
gree that blended harmony of character
-those attributcs of mind and virtues of
heart-which secure respect and inspire
love. In his death there is to each one
of us something of personal bereavement;
and we mourn not the useful citizen but,
the kindly beaming face, uhich spoke
out the loveable qualities of the man.
As a man he was universally popular,
and the people of our District generally
will cherish for him a green place in their
memories, whilat they drop a tear over
The funeral services, were conducted
in the Presbyterian church of the village
on Saturday lart, and impressive dis
caurses were delivered by Rev,_ J. 0.
Lindsay, and Rev. W. P. Dulose; after
which the remains were interred with
Masonic honors, in the cemetery of the
Upper Long Cane Churcb.-Abbeville
DrEAtDFCL SccsEs ms ALABAA.-PS
sengers by last night's train confirm the
reports of the unfortunate difficulty be
tween the whites and negroes a, Cross
It seems that on Sunday evering last,
a white boy and a negro had a quarrel
and fought. Several other negroes and
whites coming up, a general row ensued.
The negroes were aispersed. but having
armed themselves, returned, and meeting
the white boy, with whom the first diffi
culty occurred, in company with a nun
ber of ladies, fired into the party.
This so exasperated the whites, that a
large number armed themselves, pur
sued, captured and hung a Mr. Luke,
carpet-bag school-teacher, who is said
to have urged the negroes on and four o!
the ring-leaders among the negroes, and
also shot and killed another negro. Luke
was taken to a house before his execution
and allowed to write a letter to his family.
In his letter he denied having ineited the
negroes to revenge, but claimed to have
persuaded them to desist.
The affair is a most unfortunate one,
and happens, we fear, at a most unfor
tunate time fur the people of the South.
It is however, but what we may. expect
as the practical workings of the firtecnth
amendment, and other laws- having a
tendency to bring the whites and blacks
in antagonism, and keep alive the flames
of the "irrepressible conflict."-Rome
FaoM TuE BATTLE-FIELD.- Colonel J.
,. E. Sloan, of Charleston, who comn
nandcd the Fourth South Carolina Vol
nteers in the first fight at Mianassas,
esterday received by express a pocket
ook which was the property of the ad
j;tant of his regiment in that coritest, S.
f. Wilkes, of Anderson, S. S. This
fficer fell mortally wounded on the field,
and certain articles of value which. were
on hIs person were carried off by the cne
y, amor,g others this pocket-book. It
ontains a lock of hair of- his wife and
hild, a South Carolin:a batik bil1 isome
ilitary mnemnjranda and other .frt.leles
which, as connected with the last mo
. - of a gallant soldier, will be of en
,in fti . to his famnily and friends.
he argeles have b't sent back by a
arty at thme j;th. wno has them in
ossession, and will t>e forwarded s"
olonel Sloan to the family.
It's A WAY 'rHEY IIAVE.--In Xar-d
even the othecr night the DeLarge and
owen factions held independent meet
gs, and each meeting elected wrard
elegates. The DeLarge faction are now
out in a card, statitng that E. P. Wall, the
resident of the opposition meeting, and
Bowenitc, of course, had brought vo
ters over from the adjacent parishes and
sands, who came to vote for Biowen del
gates, on condition that they should be
fur,ished with transportation. Persons
ho live in Charleston have no reason to
oubt this. It's a way these Ring Rad
icals have of doing. That's the way they
elected Mayor Pillsbury. It's dog cat
P.crs Ui.-More than one colored
man wa< heard to say on the fourth in
stant, that in ten years from this time
there would not be a white person in
this State, that the State belonged to
he colored people, and that they inten
ded to drive the whites out. No excep
tion was made in favor of carpet-baggers,
salawags or whangdoodles. Every body
has fair notice now, and plenty of time
o pack up in.--Chester Reporter.
Saturday afternoon the last pier of the
new railroad bridge of the Charlotte,
Columbia and Augusta Railroad, in pro
ess of erection over the Savannah River,
was tinished. The work on the super
structure of the bridge will now he pres
sed rapidly to completion, and it is
hought that trains will be abde to pass
over the bridge by the 1st of October.
A lady in Wheeling, WV. Va., a few
mornings ago, was awakened by her sick
cbild, for a dr ink of water. The lamp in
the room had burned low, and she at
empted to refill it when burning, and the
fames communicated with the can. An
xploEion at once oCcurred, and the wo
man was so badly burned that she died
na few hours after the accident, suffer
ig intense agony.
KIL.ED BY IGtnTNING.-A colored wo
man named Polly Cannon, in the em
poy of Mr. J. B. Fielding, who resides
onthe outskirts of the city, was struck
bylightning last Wednesday afternoon,
while in the act of going to the well for al
bucket of water. She died the samet
nght, about S o'clock.-Guar'dian.
DEAD.-We arc informed that Wash.
ones, alias Wash. Bynum, who was
wounded in the Gadsden melee, died
fom his injuries on Tuesday last.
On the first day of August. the Post
naserGeneral -vill place in operation
38 new money order offices, which will
beabout equally distributed over differ
mt sections of the coun try.
Five hundred Chinese lahorers arrived
S Louis on Monday, anmd left fort
Memphis, whence they go to the interior
fTenesee to work on plaintauous.
e L; ... y ..... nmd orderly.
AcsNOWLEDGEENT.-Col. Patterson, nt
Vice-President of the Greenville & Columbia tt
Iailroad, will accept our thanks for compli n
Messrs. James M. Baxter and Silas John
stone have been appointedand commissioned
by Gov. Scott, as Notaries Public for New
berry County. kt
JUST so .-In speaking of a dance, a rus
tic beauty said, "The dancing was nothing; w
but the huggin' was heavenly." Pt
We have received the catalogue of the Due W
West Female College. We are gratified to af
learn that the institution is in a flourishing to
condition, and under the management of te
President Bonner, will continue its prosper- ,
ous career. -
From Monday last to Saturday next, in
clusive, tickets will be issued at all stations
where tickets are sold on the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad to go and return from se
any point for one fare. th
COCDIAL INvITATIo.-Delegatos to dis- br
trict meeting and visitors generally are invi- re
ted to make their headquarters at Wiseman's ta
Photograph Gallery, where they can while tit
away their leisure by examining specimens of
the art, his beautiful stereoscopic views, or th
take a sITTING for tl,eir pictures. Charges
for pictures very n l:rae. to
- - or
AccoXXorATrNG. - Al accommodating
man is Hlarris. Knowing that there will be e
a large t:umber of hungry pcople here daring cc
the remaitider of :.he week, he proposes to dii
come to the rescue of despairing citizens, sh
and furnish good beef in quanrites and at wt
times to sui' cveryboily. See his advertise' he
ment in reference to t:is, and also to his t
IRISH PoTAToas.-The friend who sent
us that large mess of praties last Saturday no
afternoon, will please accept our thanks.- l
They were, we thitk, of the Early Rose and vo
Goodrich varieties. Potatoes just from the
soil, we have never edten that were more '
mealy and of finer flavor. They were also To
very large, and one of which would satisfy an
ordinary eater. W
THE WEATIIER AND CRors.-Our imme- Ca
diate vicinity is still suffering for rain, only a De
slight shower having fallen in several weeks, a
and that scarcely sufficient to lay the dust. *j
Crops and gardens are all but dried up in the
belt thns deprived of rain, but we are re
joiced to sNy that good seasons have blessed
the district generally. The dry spots are a <
not many, otherwise ae would have much fir
cause to despond over the prospect. As it by
is there will be a large crop of corn and cot- bu
ton made. The upper districts too are having ;-Y
good rains and we learn that corn and cotton di,
both are fine, and that the former, of which Th
a great deal has been planted, never prom- usi
ACCIDENTAL DEAT.---We record with ter
pain the death of Mr. Bennett Stuckman,
which sad event occurred at the house of his pa
father, on Saturday last, near Zion, in the to
neighborhood of Stony Battery. The par- ty
ticulars are as follows: Young Stuckman, fre
the deceased, and his brother, were preparing
for a squirrel hunt in the afternoon, and just set
before starting, the gun of the latter, which let
ad been placed in the piazza, by some ani
eans fell, the cock striking the floor, and tyl
aasing the gun to explode, the contents
etered the breast o f t h e unfortunate ria
oung man, killing him almost immediately. Ch
r. Stuckman was just 20Oyears of age, and Th
n fine health and of vigorous frame. -
CHIcKENs.-Where are they? A great
emand prevails for them now. During this
eek there will be in town delegated borIes cre
who are notoriously addicted to love of wh
hicken pie and chicken fry, fricassee, wt
mother-bake, roast and stew, and if our ht
itizens cainnot meet the want there will be .
amentation. Come to our rescue, farmers foir
and chicken raisers, bring in your baskets, lati
let us hear such a squawking over the streets rina
s will gladden the hearts of all. Send in fat~
mes, and don't charge too big a price either, Ri
it is even better to give than to receive, and sed
f any are disposed to bring their stock in ter
ad distribute the same without money or
rice as an g'uivalent, please let us up in theLt
eraiti Qffice know in 2.nne. We guarantee 801
hat your reward wIll be great. .TIe that giv- ifl
th to the poor, you know, Come one, eme
ll, then, and bring fat, large ones while youfr
are about it, and plenty of them, for the cryfr
s chicken! and will be to the end, for
No love like chicken love
Ever was known. jM
OFFENDED OLFACTonIESI.-We never
onged for the orange groves and silver lakes
f Florida, and for gulf breezes, more than
e have in the last week or so. We have Iat 1
lways had the strongest desire to get to that Sch
favored land of flowers, fruits and quick evel
rowing vegetables, and to enjoy the fresh 1'
and invigorating breezes which continually a
ome from the gulf, laden with spicy odors. 9
e have longed for it because we loved it, nes'
n because we love the beautiful and good B
always. We have never gone back on this et
ove, and never will. Jus t now we desire it
ore ardently, however, than ever, and for Thi
hy ? because the ills at piesent endured are L
lmost insufferable, a lodge in some vast Pas
wilderness, shut out from human sight and of
ompanionship, provided th toshr tor.
was pure, would he more preferable than the eve,
charged and intolerably offensive air we now and
have to inhale. We would just as soon be 'l
hut up in a radical ring caucus than sit pre
n our office with the wind blowing from theth
South. The nuisance complained of is posi- Ihan
lvely shocking, and we make an earnest ap -__
peal for its abatement, otherwise we will be
frced from the pressure of this smell to give
vacation and stop the Herald till frost. Do SC
please, somebody, take it up, remove it,
bury it, hide it away, sell it, do anything with -Cors
it, rather than that we should be forced to
WICKED ME'CovENTIoN.-This seems s1
to be the age of Conventions. Every ele.80
ment of society-relIgions, social, educa' C:1
tonal, scientific, mechanical, political or ;
what not has been represented in Conven- do,
ton. Never was the like known before.- B
Surely it must be the age of reform-a gene
ral reform. The need of another convention ad
is yet apparent, a conventioni of wicked menNo
and boys. Cannot this class, so large and st
strong, be brought together? Perhaps the So
eting together of delegates-it being as- R
umed that the most notorious and demon- .n i
alized will be sent as representatives-of this ton,
class may bring about some change for good; li
they may become ashamed of their position, Gob
knowing that the eyes of the whole country ea
are fixed upon them, and resolve for reform. eBai
Itno good comes of it, surely no harm will, BS
for they cannot become worse, and the hope Ban
sentertained that in a meeting where soBa
many evil-doers are brought in contact with Ban
ch other, that a big shame will grow upBa
intheir hearts and a reaction take place con- *Pei
ducive to public peace and happiness. We *t-n
might send a dozen or more delegates from 1Soul
Newberry easily, say six full grown, fully Su
fedged graduates, and six young followers FSari
uf the devil, and never miss them. -How Fxr
does the idea take? co
TnE PETNTERs for July is to band. 't is
levoted to the interest of the "Art Preserva'
fve of all A rts," and is a most handsome
monthly. Published by Johu Greason, 75
AN ExcURsiON.-O Friday last the
pils of Mr. Hillhouse's school and a
imberof invited guests made a pleasant
p to Teaver Dani to enjoy the day
that felicitous abandon, luxurious
se, rolkcsotne sport or pleasant chat,
mood or feeling promptedi and just as
ur gay marooner or pleasant pic-nic-er
ows so well how to do. The day was
rm-superlatively, but the grounds
re enchantingly inviting, and the
rty dispersed into little groups, and
ile some sought the grateful shade
"ord.d by a venerable oak, others be
)k .henselves either to some seques
red spo. for a~dreamy reverie or to the
rely green sward for a refreshing walk
,on itr soft and yielding carpet.
Th-.: the hours sped till past high
*elce when a very nice dinner was
rved. After which the fierce rays of
e sun averted their glances and a gentle
eeze sprang up, when the party were
galed by some very sweet instrumen
I and vocal music from a lady and gen
man of the party.
Nothing note-worthy occurred outside
a general routine-the day was quite
n warm for incident, either dramatic
novel; yet all made the day highly
joyable in his or her peculiar vein, ex
pt a very young lady who found it
ficult to read a beautiful book which
e had brought with her: her amiability
have no doubt had much to do with
r being continually sought out, and
ugh she had abandoned p)sition after
sition, (seeking quiet and finding it
t,) she was compelled to close the vol
ie, and give ear to other words and
ie to enjoy myself. That place that does
tain my books, the best companions, is
me a glorious court, where hourly I
averse with the old sages and alosophers;
d sometimes for variety, I eouter
t kings and emperors, and weigh their coun
ling their victori a, ifunjustiy got,
to a strict account ; and in my .ancy,
ace their ill-plac'd statues. Can I then
It with such constant pleasures, to embrace
certain vanities? No : be it your care
augmeut a "tvealth of pleasure': it shall be
increase in knowledge."
'he Anderson Intelligencer says that
olored woman attempting to start a
in t:e kitchen of the Benson House,
the use of Kerosine Oil, was so badly
rncd by the explosion of the can from
ich she was pouring the oil that she
d in dreadful agony fifteen hours after.
is is another warning of the careless
of Kerosine Oil.
We regret to learn that Capt. Chiches
, of the ill- fated Steamship Tennessee
-ecently destroyed by .fire-has de
-ted this life. Exposure and devo
n to duty during thetireadful calami
that befel his ship, caused an illness
m which he never recovered.
rle present has been a very sickly
son in Abbeville and vicinity. Scar
fever, pneumonia, and typhoid fever,
I dysentery, have been the prevailing
>es of disease.
New York paper publishes a mar
ge notice in which the gentleman's
ristain name is given as "Willie."
is is worse than the "Sadics" and
elies" of the boarding school cata
L'he mortality in New York largely de
ased last week, the deaths being 597,
ich is 137 less than in the previous
ek. The marriages were 209, and
i ths 303.
Cohoes (N. Y.) lady, while dressing
her wedding, exploded a kerosene
ap, and her funeral, instead of her mar
;, took place.
t young man was mortally shot in
hmond by his father-in-law, for the
uction of one of the latter's daugh
ie venerable and distinguiished Judge
gstreet is dead. He had reached his
h year. His life was one of great use
Snumber of emigrants have returned
Brazil. They arrived in Charleston
week perfectly destitute.
'he Supreme conclave of Seven Wise.
icon vened at Bath, on the 20th.
CHURCH CAL Da
resbyterian Church. Rev. R. A. 3idle,
or. Services every Sunday, commencing
1 o'clock, a. in., and 5 p. m. Sunday
ool at 9 o'clock, a. m. Prayer Meetiog
- Wednesday night at 8 o'clock.
ethodist Church. Rev. 0. A. Darby,
tor'. Services every Sabbath at 101 a.m.,
8 o'clock. p. m. Sunday School at
clock a. mn. Prayer meeting every Wed
lay night at 8 o'clock.
aptist Church.. Rev. John Stout, Pastor.
rces every Sabbath at 101 o'clock, a. mn.
(lay School at 9 o'clock. Prayer meet
every Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock, and
Erday afternoons at 6 o'clock.
theran Church. Rev. Jacob Hawkins,
tr. Services on first and third Sabbaths
piscopal Church. Rev. E. R. Mileas. Pas
Services on first and third Sabbaths
y month, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon
'e Associate Reformed Church is at
et without a pastor.
astors of country Churches who desire
r appointments published will please
t them in.
LATEST QUOTATIONS OF
IN CHARLESTON, S. C..,
cted Weekly by A. C. KAUFEAN, Bro
ker, No-25 Broad Street.
JULY 22, 1870.
.TE SECURITIEs-South Carolina, old, - a
to new, - 70; do, regist'd stock, ex int a
.r SacUrlr-Augtat. Ga., Bonds - a
Charleston, S. C., Stock, ex qr jut, - a 48;
'ire Loan Bonds, 70a -; Columbia, S. C.,
ds, -a 60. Saanh .;Car
LILSOAD Boines-Blue Ridge, first mortgage,
--; Charleston andSannh 70a.. hr
.Columbia and Augusta. - aS5: Cheraw
Darli,gton, a s3; Greenville and Columbia,
nort., 8a -; do, State guarantee, 67a-;
beastern, 92 a -; Savannah and Charleston,
nort., -- a 80; do. State guarantee, 75a -;
hh Carolina, - a 76; do, 73; Spartanbnurg and
I.ROAD SroCK8-Charlotte. Columbia and
usta, -- a 40; Greenville and Columbia, 2a
ortheastern, 15a ; Savannah and Charles
- a 35; South Carolina, whole shares, --a
do, halfhares, - a 22.h
:cEANGE, &c-ZNew York Sight, } off par;i
1,,116 a122; Silver, 106 a--.
sOUTH cARLINA BANE BIL.
ak of Charleston ...................- a -
ak of Newberry.......................- a -
k of Camden.. ... .. .... ... .. ..... ....45 a -
of Georgwn................... a
Sof South Carolina ................... 15 a -
So'Chester.......................... 7 a -
c of Hanburg.........................10 a -
tofStetoffS. C. prior to61.......60 a
r State of S. C., issue1861and 1862.36 a -
uters' and Mechanics' B'k ofCh'rleston- a -'
pipe's Bank of Charleston .............- a -
ion Bank ofCharlesto- ........----... -a
hwestern R RI Bank of Charleston, old,-- a -
hea.tern R Rt Bank ofCharleston,new,- a -
Bankof Charleston................ 8 a
nera' and Exchange B'k of Charleston.. a 6
tange Bank of Coumbia........-..-a 15
nercial Bank of C'olumba............1s a -
:haoits' Bank of Cheraw.... .......-- 4 a -
trs'Bank of Fairld............... 4 a -
:of South Carolina Bills Receivable.. .97 a -
o hareston Change. BilIs.. .. .9 a -
ils marked thus t*) are being redeemetd at
1..,.1, rt-rm.of r ch.
On the 14th instant, by Rev. J K. Men
denball, Mr. B. 11. LovELACE to Miss M. L.
KnuD, all of Newberry C. H1., S. C.
Our thanks and well wishes are returned F
the fair bride for the very handsome remem- T
brance sent to this office in the shape of a et
wedding cake. b;
On Tuesday 28th of June, at 10} o'clock, at w
the residence of the bride's father, Mr. BEN*
so 31. JotES, of Newberry, S. C , to Mis
M. LILLIE WOoDFIy, of Asheville, N. v., t
by the Rev. Jarvis Buxton. No card.
> PRIZE STORIES-$300.- at
The Proprietor of the "YouKVtLLE ExQUI- S
aER offers THREE HUNDRED DOLLARS
in prizes for the best ORIGINAL STORIES at
delivered to him by the first of October, ?
1870. For further particulars, address a
L. M. GRIST, Yorkvil!e, S. C. p<
July 20,29-tf at
ge- "ARTICLES OF REAL D
merit are always worth their price," as is
proved by the value of SVrrER BITTEES.-- V
So say hundreds who have used them. 10
July 27, 30-1t. st
- + - pt
?"PHYSICIANS ARE LIKE e
the general class of friends, plausible when in
their aid is not required, and somewhat ser
viceable on occasions of minor exigence;
but of trifling utility in circumstances of P<
real and urgent necessity." So wrote a cel- jo
ebrated English cynic; but when we consid 1 p
er the vast amount of good done by the use ac
of the "Old Carolina Bitters." we are assured th
that the remark had a personal object, and
not a general one; for no man can doubt to
their efficacy. Li
Safe! sure! reliable! is Wineman's Worm
July 27, 30-1t.
Cheap Reading. he
"We have made arrangements with the fif
proprietor of the CAnor,INA FARaMEa, a first- ar
class, eight-page Agricultural Weekly, pub- no
lished at Wilmington, N. C., to club that
fonrnal with the HERALD, at $4 25 per year
jor the two, to all new subscribers to the
Farmer. Specimen copies of the Carolina 6f
Farmer may be seen at this office." St
Feb. 23,8-tf. be
0 Win. H. Bernard, Proprietor of th Z,
Star Advertising Age:"v, Wilmington, N. ,.,
is authorized to receive z.-:.emente or ap
this paper at our lowest cash rates." pr
-FOr THE LEGISL ATU PIE. to
-DR. D. H. WERTS is respectfully presen- Pr
ted to the citizens of Newberry, for their suf- ch
frae at the ensuing election. Su
May 4, 18-:f. NE%WBERRY. ut
- - At
OLR MANUFACTURING nt<
INTERESTS.-The manufacturers of the be
North have asked for and obtained the as- wi
sistance of the National Government until
they have- become a burden to the people at be
large, and the tax paid by the United States .
for the support of these manufacturers is vi!
equal to all the other taxes put together [n
et our manufacturers make goods of better
quality, and at lower prices, than other '
manufacturers, and they can defy comp:eti- in
tion without Government help. This, at se)
least, is the plan of Mr. P. P. Tuale, of of
Charleston, S. C., the largest and most sue
essful manufacturer of doors, sashes, blinds
and mouldings in the Southern States.
July 0, 27-1m.
z-T UTT'S IMPROVED HAIR e
DYE is admitted on all sides to be the most bs!
simple and natural Dye ever invented; it is
easily applied, does not stain the skin, leaves
the hair soft and glossy, and is instantaneous
in its effect. Trv it andyou will use no other. 18:
July 20, 29-2r. .
.?,__- - dli
- THAT FRESINESS AND 't
beauty of complexion, so much to be dec- up]
sired, cannot be retained unless the female -
ystem is in a healthy con'lirion and free ,
from obstructions. There is no remnedy J
hich produces such beneficial results as DR
TUT'S SARSSAPARlLLA AED QUEEN'S -
DELIGHT. Their purifying effects add mct
tone to the st;omach, and invigorate the .Me
whole system. t be
June 22, 25-2mo..]
We will send the New York Bee-Keepers'
ournal and National Agriculturiet and the
Eerald both for one year for $3.50.
Address T. F. & 1t H. UllENEKE.R.
LIGilT, P'LEASANT AND PiRFITABLE
MPOAl'NT S gnaranteed to persons in Ai
very part of the country. Sni:able for La- oif
dies or Gentlemen, Boys or Giris. Addre's- the
XIX CENTL'RY P'U8LICATION CO., gi
Charles.on, S. C. CO
May 4, 18-tf.
SD AV ID D I C KS ON'S OC
Gret Book on Farming now out. No farm- ,
ers library complete without it. Bound in__
loth, extra, $4; Sheep. $4.50; Half Moroc
o, 55. Orders received at th is olfice. Good
eanvassing agents wanted. For terms, ap
ply at this offBce. 'I
June 22, 25-tf. lhav
&' HEALTH'S BEST DE- s
ENCE --"The weak eateth herbs," says St.
1aul. so that eighteen hundred years ago the.
v.lue of medicinal plants was appreciated. In tIVE
he Old Testament botanical remedies are re- and
peatedly recon,mended, but in no passage of sa
red history is man recommended to swallow
s omel, or blue pill, or any other mineral prepa-J
ration. 'rThe sick were directed to eat herbs to -
dregthen theI, to purify them, to heal them. to1
rstore them. in itat day the art of making
vegetable extracts 'was unknown. The herbal
>edicines were were infusious.
It was reserved for a later age to imiite the sani
hiry essences of tonic. aperient and antf bl;Ious
roots, barks, and plants, with an active stimu
t, and thus secure their rapid diffusion through T
he ebilitated or disordered system The crown
jug triumph of this eEfective mode of concentra,. bo
Sing and applying the virtues of medicinal vege- woo
tables was achieved in the production of' H ostet- Sub:
tar's St omach Bitters. Kever before had a per
fctly pure alcoholic stimulant been combined that
with the expressed juices of the finest specifics of spce
the vegetable kingdom. Never yet, though
sighteen years have elapsed since its introduction,
as this great restorative been equalled. It is
tsken at all seasons, in all climes, as the moat -.
potent safeguard against epidemics, as a protec
tion against all unhealthy exhalations that pre.
nce debility or beget disease; as a remedy rr
intermittent and other mnalarious fevers; as an
appetizer; at a sovereign cure for dyspepia;.as
ageneral toicand invigorant; a a gentle. paim- 3,
tes aperient: as a blood d.-purent; as a nerne; cciv
is a cure for bilious affections; as a harmless
mnodyne; and as the nss' DEFENC E ow nRA LTR
ander unfavorable circumstances, such as seden
tory pursuits. undee bodily or mental exertion, --.
ardlsip. privation and exposure.
July 6, 27-im.
asr TIHE "tPAIN KILLER"- Y
lhe oreign and domestic demand fo,r Perry Da- this
i& Son's great medicine-the Pain Killer- thin
was never betfore so large as is has been of late,
and we think the time has arrived when the de- aiing
tlaration may be made. without the possibility of
refutation, that the city of Providence. in thme
State of Rhode Island. 'of the United States of
america, has furnished the entire habitable wil!
tlobe with a medicine, which, in point of uni-b
rersaliy of demand, extent of usefulness, com- .abu
plete efciency for all the purposes for which it
a designed and wide spread,enduring popularity,
is never been equalled by any medicine in Eu
ro or Ameries. whi
euniversitalty of the demand for the Pain'
K iler, is a novel, interesting, and surprising fe 'ord<
ue in the history of this medicine. Its "fame
bas gone out." into every quarter ofthe habitable
iobe. The P'aln K filer is now regularly sold in 'I
[arge and steadily increasing quantities. not on- J
ly to general agents in every State and Territory _
f t the Union, and every Province of British -
America, but to Buenos Ayres, Brazil, Uragumay,
Peru, Chili and other South Ameri can States to
the Sandwich Islands, to Cuba and other West
India Islads; to England and Conitinental Eu- To
ope to Moabque aa cr Zanzibar and
atlier African lands; to Australia and Calcutta,
Rangoon and other places in India. It has also,
been sent to China, and we doubt if there is any
oreig port or Inland city in Africa or Asia, 3
which is frequented by American and European ope
missionaries, travellers or traders, into which the m
ain Killer has not been intr'oduced and been
The extent of its usefulness is another great t.es
~ature of this remarkable medicine. It is not
nly the best thing ever known, as everybody
will confess, for bruises, cuts, burns. &e., but for
ysenery or cholera, or any sodt of bowel com, J
plaint it Is a remedy unsurpassed for efficiency ........
d rapidity of action. In the great cities of
British India. and in the West India Islands and'Gr
ther hot c!imates it has become the stanadard
nedicine fur all such complaints, as well as for G E:
ispesia, liver comnplaints and other kindred
inrifers. For cough sand co!ds.canker, asthma ,
and rheumatic difficulties, it has been proved by I
he mot abundant and convincing trials and DA
tinmony,to be an invaluable medicine. Thestc
roprietors are iin possession of letters f'rom per
ons of the highest character and respnsi biliity,.
'eti fy ig. in unequivoca I terms, to the cures ef- poit
eted and the satisfactory resuts produced, in
oan lmost endless variety of case', by the use" of
The War News
Is still mesgre. No account of a bat
yet. Spain is firm in neutrality.
ance swarms with Prussian spies.
2e Prussians have blown trp the East
n end of the bridge connecting Stras
>urg with Kelel. The Czar of Russia
ill be neutral so long as Russian inter
ts do not suffer. The Journals- say
e French have taken forty prisoners so
r. The Prussians have been repulsed
Korlin. Skirmishing reported near
arbouck, French retiring, left ten killed
d wounded. Prussians, no loss. NeedIe
In is said to be better than the Chasse
t. Prussians captured a custom house
Schrecklengen, killiog all the officers.
serters from French army numerous.
The London Times publishes and
uches for the authenticity of the fol
wing: A projected treaty has been
butitted by France to Prussia. The
,eamble sets forth that the King of
-ussia and the Emperor of the French,
order to strengthen the ties of friend
ip between the two Governments and.
oples, etc., hereby concludes the sub
ned treaty. In the first article, Na
leon admits and recognizes the late
quisitions of Prussia from Austria. In
e second, the Prassian King engages
facilitate the French acquisition of
ixembourg. The third, the Emperor
quiesces in the union in the North and
uth German States, Austria excepted.
the fourth, France, finding it necessa
to absorb Belgium, Prussia tenders
r assistance to that measure. The
th article is the usual one of offensive
d defensive alliance between the two
Ttr B.wnsv STATE CosvENToN.-Tbo'
.eenth annual meeting of the Baptist
ite Convention of South Carolina will
held in the city of Greenville, begin
ig on Thursday next, 28th of July.
v. J. L. Reynolds, D. D., w a s
pointed at the last meeting to
each the Introductory Sermon, apoo
subject of the "Semi-Centennial His
-y of the Convention," and it will be
ac el on Thursday evening. The
arity sermon will be delivered on the
nday following by Rev. Richard Fur
n, or his alternate, Rev. L. H. Shuck.
some appropriate time during the
eting of the Gonvention, an address
rore the lnumni of Furman University
I be delivered by Y. J. Pope, Esq., of
!wherry. Delegates and visitors will.
charged only one fare over the Green
le and Columbia Railroad.---Anderson,
'he accounts of ie massacre of Christians
China are confirmed. -Neither age nor
was spared. The most horrid butcheries.
womeu and children were perpetrated.
v.n-aRtY. S. C.. July 26.-Cotton 16.
ew Yon, July 25-7 P. M.-Gold close4
tdy at 20; a2 ;. Cotton firmer-sales 2,OO
es: middling uplands 20!4.
ALTimok,.J uly 25.-F-o~r dull. Wheat de
ted c. White corn 1.22 a 1.25. P:ovisions
a and unchan.ed Whiskey 1.04.
LUGcSTA, July 25.-Cottou Srmer-middlings
sales 290 bales.
sAr.rxTo:, July 25.-Cotton quiet-mid
ngs lS a181; sales 50 bales; nett receipts 131;
,xvEEl'Ooo,, Jluly 25-Evening.-Cottonl Arm
ands 8); Orie.ans 8); sales 14,000) bales.
BEEF, BEEF, BEEF
SAD choice beef, will be served every
ruig, during the session of the District
ezing, at Hart-s' Stall. Parties leaving
ir orders ccat ha,ve itsent to their houses.
ery mzorz.ing remembuer, and afternoon
if neccessacry, I will lurni.<h good heef'.4
dge C arpenter, Go-r'ls Btutler and K,-r
w and others, ilil address the citizens
Ke berry. on 'lhe politien.t spestionsi of
*y. on Monday evening next, at 9 pass
e!oek, fronm the steps in front of the
c ordi.sl invita tiont is extended to all to
present on that occasion.
:.ly 27, 20l-1t. Sup't of Canvass.
H E ci;izens of Etdgefield and Newberrv
ing concluded to turnish a BARBECUB.
onnection with the political meeting at
ida Old Town, on Monday next, an in
ton is hereby extende-d to all, irrespee
of race or poli:ical opinions, to attend
to partake thereof.
ly 27, 30-It Sup't of Canvass.
Splendid Rloseweed Piano
or New Subscribers to Burke's Weekly.
HE Publishers of Burke's Weekly for
and girls offer a splendid $500 Rose
d Piano, for the Largest Club of New
ecribers, (not less than thirty,) sent to
paper. Send for particulars and a
men copy to
J. W. DURKE & CO.,
ly 27, 30-tf. Macon, Ga.
hereby given that SATURDAY, the
rINSTANT, will be the last day for re
ing town t.axes.
W. G. PETERSON,
aly 27, 30-1 t. Clerk Council.
OU' remember takes place in our town
week, so get your supplies of nice
gs from L. R. MARSIIALL, who has.
ly prepared himself for the occasion.
e on hand Saturday, also a super
ha aill be for sale LOW. Send in yout
s.for both Fish and Ice early.
LEMONS, LEMONS, LEMONS,
fednesday, Wednesday, WVedne.sday
aly 27 30-It. -.
the Citizens of Newber
Y office of TRIA L JUSTICE is nowr
Sfor the transaction of all business in
line, irrespective of position or color,
ill be conscientious and just to all par
coming before me.
M. GRAY, Trial Justice..
:e over Z. Whire's guu shop.
aly 27, 30-2t.
eenville and Columbia Et.Rf.,
GR AL SUPERINT INDENT'S OFFICE,
Cort-na. S. C., July 21, 1870.
RM1 MONDAY, July 25, to SATUR
ET, .July 30t, inclusive, Tickets will be is
I at all stations where Tickets are sold
this Rocad, to go and return from any
tt, for ONE FARE, the round trip.
JOHN 11. MORE,