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Wednesday, Kwem) 4, IW70.
The Towns-hip Clabs of New:crry, are re%
qaested tr send dclegasb to the county Cab
meeting, to be held in ttis to-.a on Monday,
14th. ?;csine-: of :mpor:ar'-c will be tran
sacted, and it is desired that every club be
represented. J. K. G- NANCE, Pre-.
S. Pour, Sec.
Badali n at the NoTh.
The N.rthern pcople are now expe
ri:ncing a tste of Radicalicrm imilar to
what has cursed the South for so lung a
time. Tt oops in nrge numbers are now
being se- : -New York by the Federal
Ge- erna.e:at flr the purpose of ntii
dating its citizens and co:t:rol!ing the
eiections. Sauce for the goose as well as
The meeting of which announcement was ma de
in la.t isne. was held in Meaem. Mayes & Mar
tins'new store room, on Monday last. It was
.largey attended. Col. I. Moormian was c:iled
to the Chair, and Capt. Jos. Ward, requested to
act as Secretary. Two committees were appoint
ed, which made reports in reference to imapor
tant matters relating to Agricultare and Immi
gratioo, and the necessity of continuing the
township organizations. Both of these are of
great moment, and, by order of smeeting. have
been referred to the various township Clubs. to
act upon and report to a meeting in this town on
Monday, the 21st of November. The diftrent
clubs will therefore racet as pnomptly as possible.
eoosider there reports, and come to the meeting
vithe ?dst, prepared for work.
'Anniversary of the Bible Stciety.
It is expected t.:t the :Lr. Mr. Mi::s.
of the l.co:,ail Church, ti:i delier
lecture bef.rc the New berry l ei So
ciety, next Saturday eering i:r the
Meth.di::t c'httrch. Mr. Mi!es' lectur;
was prepored for the Abbevil:e liM.e So
eiet., a:.i :a- ee ' ery i ighly spoken
of far its learning and el~l:gen;ce. T he
members of the screral ciurchteS a:d the
publi gene.ly, are rc.p-ctfu::y i-'. ited
There il lso be a rneth; uf the
.ce: t 11 o'e 11L!, a. m. , in t!:ca: -
place, for the trsion of business.
Reports -;rl! be '-4ad Lr t eV. Mr.
B,lke State Age-t, and :ecra exte-n
pore addresses are ex;ecte't. I: i' earn
e.-t:v drired that there should he a fu.:
attendance of the memnber,, and ain uf
the pubi:e at this time.
A Sucking Dove.
"We sit at ease, this morning," so
discoursed the Republican, Scott's or
gan, the morning after the election, after
so much of the dirty work as made sure
that the election of its party would be
accomplished, had been done. "In the
calm of the peaceful day, we feel the
greatness of the hoer," no comnpun~c:t..ns
of conscience disturbs this editor, who,
ne.xt to Scott hiee:f, has doneC un:re to
break the peace than any other con'd
have done. "A.; we sit here we f.:- the
people's power." Yes, he has done all
that was possible to stir up strife erd
piun-ge the State iuto a reign of terror,
anzdhavizg said this, he sits with folded
arms, and sadiy says, 'we can do no
more." Would it were true that he
could do nio more. "We rejoice," says
this dove, "t,bat it is so." That is, that
a feeling of malignity and hatred has
been etvkindled in the hearts of the blacks,
so deep and strong that they are willing
and ready to apply the torch and nmur
.der the wvhites- hecmye they are honest
and true. "Anc with &$r," the car
pet baggers, Joe Cress, the constab&ula
rand demoniac niggers, "we gladly a:nd
conifidiently leave the issue.." Yea, reri
ly; so doces Scott anid all the incendi:a
ries, they leave the issue wi:.n their vic
tiums, and get to the rear when the irorst
comne. "We lay down the we::pons
which the acerbities of pohtical warfare
have worn to a roughm edge. Fur such
camnpaignaing as the last six weeks has
sm:n~;ow developed we have no liking."
Whta bare-faced falsehood, and who
but a straight haired carpet-bagger couldi
have the face to utter such an one, after
la'boring so bard somenow to derolor
such a state of things. "We have no
personal ill-will against a;y man who
has opposedi us, and if arty have done us
inju:ry, we forgive them before they ask
it." .No ill-will agains-t any man who
has opposedl hiu. What an adn.issior;
hosv fu!!I of the mailk of human kindness.
Could wee beiev~e this mian? Butt no, he
hasL returned to .is vo mit iaain, and in
stead of "being sincerely sor-ry" for his
tvast nmisdieds and showing~ by a life of
penitence that he is done with it, he has
charge~d himself with fresh poison2 for
other rm.chief. Did any one ev-er he-ar
such twaddle before. When will the in
ig-ityv of this man be hrought to an end?
When wiil he really repent ?
Mets has en.rrendered, and Baaaiae is de
etared guilty of high treasotr. But we with
hold judgment. It may have been a stern
military neceesitv. The fall, at last, of the
"rirgin2 fortresa" seems a deeper grief to
France. In her agony she appaaren:iy cries
out "all is loNt, even honor ."
it isintimated that the Orleans Princes
b1ive a vast na:nher of supporters in the
Western Provinces. Also. that there are in
France tny; rew'ly for "reason, sta.ae
and 'onk". So ::oes; the world.
Tne ebidre,u o al ciin sacrideed to
the. M .ch of wvar bec-ome the t2u: uds p
Gari'bad has in'ue-l a pa:tri:e appeal :o
t'io solfers, in r-hieh !;: urge.; them:0o calmn
Adv -es fromi Lu-;:!or, of the 4:h. sta:re
:bat F rm-! has am--.p:ed an ar'nini:ef
twenty-dve days. A forzid'able riot from
the oppo-er- of7 the a-ams:nce occ-rredI at
Paii the 3o;h.
The- aricie begin- uu the 4th and ends on
the sitt Novembier. Paris i to receive suppliet
U-- vote ~in Vrii ,ustainin;t Trochar and the
Pr-visiona1 goverulmelt was~ 44J ' againet
Gov-ruenlt han ordered the enro!irment ad
. en a m.--e< i mn and w:dowere be
t'--en twenty and forty.
The armnistice is no-t accomlishmed.
Napoleon Las pan!Ished a pamphlet of
:hcecamapain of 15'70. in which he ascribles
deIfea: enerally to the s urr:y of Pru-ne
.a's mii:tary gen:as: hnt specia!!y :o a want
oft uzn,:: smong thme french, and the inceon
gra::y of thmei: mni:M:ry sye:emn.
C ,!. A me, of Ames' circus, and a specta
r:ar naed Oxfo:d, were killed, anmd a lady
bdiv wounded be a drunken man at Daw
CtoA Ga. Oxford fell uponi a child which hie
1mL.WG N 0OLD BLOOD.
Five Bodies Ca: into S:ra1i Pie:ea
By the Acting Pest Easter
Aad Placed ov a Burning ire.
On ;:esday, a bIlody scene was enact
ed in this town, an:d all for the grat!fica
t;oni a 1-.w white rfo:tter. The facts
are these, Mr. K'ard. acting P. M, for
a o:a.::ratiCn, "a lar.ge amntt ::T tub,
ar.d C-rt:aps n't les thao what the pir
ties were wiling to pay.j delibcr t.i 'ut
the t'i:sta' of live i,nocrt vie: rm.
Ory a f.e were in the secret, otherw-!se
sonethin tniht have been said bef're
the final act in this sCene ,.as piayei.
it was, however, on the next day, rtrn
ing, be was in his ofhce a. tt,e-ncv rr.e-i
as if :ti:ad hnpp't:d. and temi::in)eI
there tuioa::f the t':ne ; but in the after
. he left and proceeded to the place
where the bodies were, and haviri :
Large tire built actualy cooked% them al',
and afterwards cut the:a into suiall
pieces. At seven o'clock, by pr:.c7n
certed ;:,:al, a')out t:ren:y reformelr
met in the r,ar of a building out of ob
s.e.vation and atu up the mes's. I:-'"
this an horrible tale? Deep!v d ) we re
gret t:at no one knows what be.-ame rf
the bones. We have only room ti ad'i
that all of the victims were colored, and
three of them it is thought were related.
and whose tane- were the Messrs. ios
sum, two others were a Mr. Gubler ..id
wif:- w,ho h I only reached town the
morning 'r,: the kilin g. lWere 't. n ,t t:::
we woild he 'ictu'el I the r-st,uhlin:
of attem n,tinz to hi'le this aff::r we w(ei;id
sa noti,iig aa'ut it. Unfort ntly
that paper will make g-id capita% .4 it.
We are Iargely mi d to a frtind f)r the
follow'lg r iort Gf>tr ave-yari :aik !je'wt-:
two prcmine::t ringi:e?. j:st after the recen
agitation in the c-anties of Lan-ens and
N- berry, and which though ten dars old,
i: beig crawd.:d ou. Lis: veek. is bc::er late
T:.e. midnight-two in a bed:
.:..-I say tuV. keep still. what are yo;
-:rt ;p or, ai:t : een a gi)M: h.:.v'e y a .
I;v'n.- "t b" a d.rn^d "izht Rtn .: o :el
tie :ruth i'm scared, and if :he drvil don't
t u ho:h. I'm mia:aiken. I wonder wl,rt
R .-D c't fre ab:t that secandrl
:v larm has come to h im ret. No one bort:
:c be hung can be shLr, yuu know. uta Gv.
y.,u -juke of tel;ing th truth just now,
that'a a good one, don't put that on a!ny
Gov.--I've a fellow feoling for Joe, he's
the grandest night worker in the whole par
ty. and we have oodles of 'em you know.
who are up to all the devilment in the Ring
category. Bat Joe! be's the prince of women
and child murders, and midnight burning',
and just to think of that election job, it look
glorioui! Ba I forgot I'm a little afraid o:
the cons:quences, and that's why I cannot
Isleep ca-y, couscience makes a coward of
mue. I'm afr:;Id of a judgment, and that the
dev'! wIi! make parti?cular examp'e of me.
".:as.Yes!i But. wre've got the inside
track, aned there is; no need of bacaing do.vn
Inow-rime cenough to think of th--t devii yet.
Gov.--Confoun:d in:) for a nig-, yout'.'e
got tio music i, yonr sol no "n:imnt. n'
conzcie'un. and can't appeciate awhite man's
R;as-HI youar horset yeon thick head
eri blilherttite, if I am a nir -, gentleman
of color, I'm the be't man of the two, and
(aside-wik show it before long, too>.
Gov..-Forgive me-I'm muddiled slightly,
and mentioning horses, how I do long for a
seat in my old buggy, and a home near the
0-blo. Between you and me. we've acted
badly, have stirred up a devii's met's in Lau
rens and Newberry, and I wish I knew how
'to settle it all.
Rans.-Whby, i:'s gai:e easy-send up all
your constables. And then there's your
Gov.--M"iii be --. I'd as soon have a
a lot of turkey-buzzards as the militia; ar.d
I'd di'sband. every mother's son of them to
morrow and take back those Winche:ster ri
fles, but 'm afraid. To tell, the truth. Rans.
the wil is good but the back bone is wek
i mxust tiust to luck. And the constable.,
II'llhve to send them, but it go-s again.st
my gri:. I'd rather send honest men now
we'Ve won Ithe election, and I'm free to
confess that the negroes have no souls, the
constables arnd w.hippers io are as deep
in the mad as Joe, and that the wh!:e people
hare been very much traduced and injured
They never meant any harm to the nigger,
or they. would have itfli:cted it.
R4ns.-You forget yourself Gov., and talk
like a foo. realr.
Gio.-Can' help it Rans, and am free to
confess. I'mn sorry for those two counties, es
pecia'j; they are entitled to more respec
and conie-rion than the foisting on them
of th ose fellows I am forced to send up there
now- I hope the people will not notice themn
at all l'il make it all right with them some
time' it I'mn able. Just now necessity needs,
and there isn': an honest man in our whole
:aus -You've tailked enough, lets take
something to drink. and to for a nap, for to
ma rro -w will be a stirrin:g day you know.
They dr"id long and deep, and no more
as heard by your itarox:tma.
*Ths questioni was asked more than a
week agoJ, and to relieve public anxiety
Gov. already being relieved-we state tbar
Joe is about as near right as he'tl ever be till
he's made a back log of in the place numien
In the Law School of Oglethorpe t'niver
sity, Atlanta, Ga , we find that Gen. A. C.
Garlington, ise professor of equity, jurispr
deuce, pleading and practice.
('t of the features of the institute Fair
last Saturday was a "gander pulling " "A n
gels of grace and ministers defend us,'' frm
sceh disgraceful " tricks before high hecaven."
Tat: NEw i'cLECrC for Novemnbergives a
ttab:a ' co-:n;- pieasant and lautracive
Aemng~ uihe notable articles is a courr'bution
en:itled St:cewaul Jackson's epitaph. Th't
eclectic is a Southern book and fr'ee from all
tha objec'tionable taint to be found in other
pub'ica:ions of different political bias. We
che-r'ully recommend it to our readers.
P'u!Liabell by Turnibull & Murdoch, f> Lex
ng:otu s-., B3altimore, at 54 per annum.
Dze MODENWELT -The October number
oft sextremecly p'opu!ar fam-hion magazine
isrcie.The diagtrams of patterns and
inasrations are entirely too numerou< to
m.etri. au-.i need only be seen to be appre
*iurd Our laIy read"rs therefore will do
righlt to sub-cribe for such a useful and beau
t''ui 'aper. Address S. T. Taylor, 391 Canal
St. N. T. with S3.
Mrs Laa a A. Fair shot A. P. Critten.ien.
a reporter of the Supreme Conrt of Califor
nial throu' h thedung-I-probably fatal
The Abbevi!!e Acrica::taral Fair, was a
success A :reat nn:nber of people was in
at:endance, and alI sorts and condi:ions of
beautiful fabricq, tsney wares. big turnips
and lie notions were displayed.
Mr. P. A. robin tried at Laurens last week
for the ki!!jn of - Montceraery, was c
Divine Service may be expected at St.
Luke's Charch next Sabbath, by the pastor,
Rev. E. R. Miles. -
Look at and read! Wherc, what? Why
Mr. Foot's advertisement. It is exceedingly
SALE-D.-A larger number of citizens
*cre in town on this occasion than we have
seen for several prerious sale-days. Only
the foliowing sales of hind were effected, 000
acres at $1, 5.5, and 410 acres at 52,670. The
day passed off Very quietly.
L R. MARSILL t has ct:npletely turned
the heads of the young garmirt, old curmad
geons ar.d others, by the di-coveries made in
his specie prize banks. Crocket vows he
got flje dollars worth of si'vrr and god oat
of a fity cent investment. Lawrence thinks
of employing another c;erk to accommodate
the rush of the jurenile gn:ry.
Do not look upon the w ie when it is red,
is good; but St. Pau!, who was a ;entleman
as well as a scholar and liberal Christian,
said, try -'a little" for intirmity, &e. The
great apostle happily qualified his remark;
and confined it to legitimate causes. And
we advise the infirm and the stomach suf
fering, to try Dr. Fant's "Montidello Sherry,"
"Good wine needs no bush." Verbum sat.
DELEGATES fro'n Newberry Agricultural
Societv, to S. C. Mechanical and Agricultu
ral Societ_-Col R. Moorman, Maj J. M
Baxter, J K. Sehumpert, Maj. .. P. Kinard.
T F. Greneker, Thos. Moorman, and T. S.
From Immigration Socie:y-R. L. Mc
Canghrin, Silas Johnston, B. D. Boyd, J.
R. Spearman, and T. S Boinest, Pres't.
To THe Laots.-Llv visitors to the
Fair this week. are advi<cd to call at the
:'weirc Ctabli-hnenr of Mr. William Glaze.
.f they fail to go anywhere cl,e. lii3 stoek
is superb and end!e!s in variety, and we are
<.:.*i.; that a vi,it to his store wi:l give them
a decid-:d o;easure. On second thouz:t we
will not confine the adviee to ladies only, and
therefore sn: to the gen:!emen, be sure to go
:tere also. See h% card.
ISIToRS To TEE F.ta will go in for see
log all :he attrac:ions or we :re much mnis
t:;-en. and though it is not probable that one
of rh-, chief poi-ts of attr.tctitn will be over
n k.1, yet there is no harm in telling them
, :ear in rin.d that the elegant glass front.
w',ich eads s-eh t:r:sc:ion to the spacious
iry g,od hou:e of the Messrs. Kinard, is on
,y a small part of the be-uty and variety to
,e seen wi:hin. Do:'r fail to zo in and ex
::whta is there displayed. or you will re
11oo. NorcE.-The Mes rs. R. S. : .1.
W. Gfo ig%on. ,ofwol factory fame, heg us
to inform planters and wool raisers that they
are prepare.i to :ran,port w:ool from Newber
rr to their f:ctory and back again, t>ywagoit,
which run weekly. the Lantens Railroad to
the contrary notwithstanding. A!l packages
properly marked, therefore. which are left at
the Newberry depot, will be taken by them
and returned worked up to order, in the most
sitist'actcrv stt le and with the utmost prompt
n3ss and dispatch. The energy of these gen
clemnen and the great accomn-odation shown
1: this arrangement for meeting the wants of
iheir patrons is much to be commended, and
will mnake thxen even more popular than
SisICtr'AL. Er.actios -Tuie following is
-he r-sut of the election for municipal offi
e-s, w:hich carnie off on ruesiay last:
W HITE 'rIcKET.
For In'endant-T. 3M. P'ay inger, 22-3.
For WVardens--T. N. Maurtin, 526; D. 3M.
Ward.224: D). B. Wheeler, 226: W. T. Tars
For Intendant-D B. Ph ifer, 122.
For Wardens-S. Slon:gomer:, 124; Jack
Thompson, 122; .Ja.s. ilenderson, 123; Dan.
M1ajority for rhos. 31. Paysinger, 103.
Tu:al vote-whites, :205, black<, 146--351
Died Rutherford, col., voted a Jury pay
ticket for 54 70, instead of a ticket for the
white candida res, as was his intention. The~
elect ion was very quiet.
Fzaa.--A fire occurred in the jail on Thurs
d.ty morning last atout 2 o'clock, a. mn.,
wbiehwas theworkof Lewid Berry,condemned
to death for the murder of Mfr. Dunwoody.
The first alarm was made by the prisoners
canfined on the third dloor, where the fire
origz.a:ed. ard which aroused Mir. Paysin.
ger, the S;,eriff, who jumpe.i from his bed.
and without dressing seized his pistols and
ran up stairs. Toere he foundI all of the col
ored prisoners out in thc pa-sage, ready for
whatever chance might offer of escaping, as
soon as the grated door was openedl; either by
kn>cking the sheriff down or otherwise. He,
however, was not taken unawares, and or
deredl them itnmediately to get back into
their cells or he woutld shoot them. They
obeyed. Assistance was then had, and the
prisoners taken out end placed under guard
in the most convenient place outside. The
passage was filied with smoke and .Mr. P. and
others proceeded to and found that the fie
was in lDerry's cell, and had been made on
the floor. So much headway had the fire
made that with the limited appliances at
hand, it was with great diffieulty extinguish.
ed. The cell was comnpleteiy gutted. From
the conf.ssion of l':rry, the fire was set by
himself, and that had be tbad a bucket of
water to control it, he could have escaped.
l'hat is, he only wished to burn a hole thro
the floor sufficiently large to admit of h is get
ting out. Failir,g in this, however, and
the fire get:ing beyond his control, he as
well as all the others were forced to call ou1
for heip, lest they should have been suffoca,
ted or burned to death. As to the prisonera
being out of their cells, it is accounted for
that one of the number the evening pre.
vions, at feeding time, slipped on.? unob
served by the jailor, and h.id in an empty
cell, and at a convenient time broke all the
locks, liberating the rest of the prisoners.
C?a Scca Tmttos Bz ?-Giles Webber,
colored marsha! here, testifies that on Wed
nesday night last while on duty he was ac
cos:ed with "balt, who goes there ?" by
onec of Dr. Scott's constahulary. ils namti
was asked, and after giving it in par;-not
knowing at the time who the parties were
he was asked if he had any money. and re
ptying no. nie was asked if he had a pistol.
Hie answcred no. yhe interrogator the:
stepped out and opened Giles vest, felt h im a1:
over and around his waist, nor omitting his
pockets. Nothing was taken from him. as
le had nothing to be taken, except a pipt
which he was smoking. This was taken not
by the interrogator, but by another, ther4
being three in the party, anid after smoking
it awhile, the pipe was Teturned. No. 1, t.he
spokesman and principal actor, than asked~
who he had voted for. Carpenter, was the
reply. Well, said the other, Scott is a d-d
s- of a b-., and it is well you voted for Car
penter. Giles then tried to get away, and par.
tialy succeeded, but was followed and asked
to go the hotel. He went. Then some of
the same questions were again put to him,
and this:time the above epithets were appiial
to him for voting for Carpen:er. They then
wedd?ng or supper going on, and where
Howard, a reform voter was being maltreat
ed, and on Giies commanding the peace, tais
constabie said his authority was higher than
his-Giles-and that he must get out of that.
Bat it is needless to go over the whole
ground. as it was mnch of a sameness. Next
morning Giles complained to the intendent,
and this constable Leheay, brother of the
candidate for the probate-judgeship, begged
for a compromise, and Giles weakly consent
ed and received five dollars to drop the mat
ter, as he Leheay, did not want to have it
carried further. This is a plain statement
of an affair we deem of sufficient 4import
ance to be made known, that our citizens
and the pnb;ic generally may see what kind
of characters Scott sends here to "repre3ent
his interest ." What Leheay's object in asking
Giles if he had any money we know not, but
it looks very suspicious, and the matter
should be investigated.
ExECrinos.-On Tuesday last at half
past 12 in., the extreme penalty of the law
was carried into effect by the hanging of
Lewis Berry, one of the parties to the mur
der of Mr. Dunwoody, and John Sweeden
burg, for the cold blooded murder of his
own child by drowning, both colored. At
an early hour the streets leading to the jail
were crowded by black men, women and
children, drawn together by various emotions
-that is if it be certain that these people
ever are influenced by the emotional-a de
sire to see the sufferings of the two wretches
about to be speeded into eternity; to
hea- what they had to say, to see them
escape or be reprieved, or what is just
as likely as any, the opportunity to have
a holiday and injure theiremployer's interest
Be it as it may, there could not have been
less than fifteen hundred assembled. About
1 half past eleven the condemned made their
exit from the jail in a wagon in which were
two cofAlas, and on which these unfortunate
creatures sat, singing loudly, and the sol,
emn procession, guarded by a file of soldiers,
made its way to the open space in front
of the depot where was the gallows.
Lewis Berry talked to the large crowd,
expressing his happiness that being innocent
of the cr:me of murder he cunld die calmi_
To the last he persisted that he knew nothing
of the murder till the morning after the fatal
deed, and that the other two, John Singley
and Steve Colensn were the chief actors.
These it will he remembered were cleared by
a jury of their own color, while Berry and
his wife. t.fe two perhaps least guilty were
c,nvicted. After a-hort aidrezs, he request
ed his friends to join him in singing a hymn,
which was dune, and then he offered a pray
er for mercy. Sufficient time was allowed him
for this address. Swcdcnbarg had nothing to
say him,elf, but a friend, preacher we sup,
pose, made a few remarks of warning against
crime in genera!, sang and also prayed.
As the rine drew nerar. the friends and rela
tives of the;: unfortn-tare men were al!owel
to draw near and tike a final leave of them.
The scene was :Affeetri', and one of the sad
dest we ever saw of the kind. At half past
twelve the caps were drawn over their heads
by the Sheriff, and we turnel and left before
the final dr-p was made, and we regret to
say that through some accidental cause the
drop was a failure, one of the ropes break
ing, and in consequence both of the men
fell to the ground, suffering no doubt a dou
ble death. Ihe ropes being tied and other
wise made ready finally, the execu:ion at
length took place. and soon the lhfe they ha-i
forfeited was yielded as an expiation to the
Duigtewho!e scene Burry was caItn
and retsigned, but the cthter seemed somc
.Yr. Pos'sex Strrsrn.--On Wednes.day
cvening last the honorable Council, old and
Inew, and a fe'i chosen friends.hadl the p1e:u
urc of putting their fees under a sable weight
ed with a supper which, for variety and sa
varines<. cou!d not well have beens surpassed
in a contry so far remote from the grea:
markset Porutm and turkey, and turkey
and poum, garni-hed with oceans of egrs
and immense platters of fish, were the prin,.
cipal dishes in the heavy department, oesides
Ivarious adjuncts in the high ter line, and all of
which b.:d such justice done thereto, andl
called for so many happy sayir gs, as firled
th.e br<r.d bhoion i-f Sofomon P., E-q, the
caterer, wiheoin beyond utterance. No
did he, a proof conclusive th at the good cheer
was of the best, ind no man has greaser
cause to be thankful for c.apacity of hold, an
le<s we c.te Gen Peterson. It is~ hard to tell
which is the best man of the two, any bow
the fo-mer took in three diozens of eggs with
out slighting the other fixings, while the lat
ter put nider his ve.-t three strings of fish,
etc. Pretty good for hig'i, this.
After the dishes were removed, and the
last man was forcibly s.erved in like raanner.
lest some accident sho i'd happen to him,
and his family be left witnout a protectur,
the Intendan; b'eing called on for a few re
marks, spoke thusly :
Gentlemen--I feel like-yes--I defy any
little man-don't think I'm pugnacious gen
tlemnen-but the fact is-yes-I feel elevated,
no that's not it, 1 feel like I feel, you, the ex
nression<, whichz, that i4, I say, never, no
never, and whden in thc course of human
events, that i'. next year if I'm elected again,
we'il have another possum supper In con,
elusion allow me to give the following senti
ment--Solomon the wi,e, who understaude:h
the wants of the human stomach.
Afrer the applatne had ended, Mr. Solo
Imont being called fur loudly, too.k the floor in
another oiace and said-not a word; he was
too much overcome, andl was excused in con
'iderat.ion of the eggs, above mentioned.
These were the only two speeches of any
entmaeon this feliciton' occasion ex
ct that of the local, who was also called
for and who would have discomursed in this
wise-gentlemen, unaccu,tomed to speaking
-first public speech-I'm as proud as if I
had stuck a nail in my foot, could not feel
more so. I'm proud of you, old Wardens
and new, your stupper was magnum, whieb
rendered into English, means bang up. I
dote on possum, and feel that the privilege of
being here is a great one, its the first time I
Iever addressed so splendid a company before,
and I would not now but there are duties de
votvingon all men at certain periods of their
lives, and one of these periods has come to
me. 'The duty is plain, and it is that some ads
e e iven you at this important juncture.
I epeak particularly to the new council and
Intendant, for wish this supper to-night the
old h ave finished the right and retire as peace
ful citizens on the honors won. With you
gentlemen. just inaugurated, it is different,
the eyes of the country are upon you and
great things are looked for. See that you do
something. and let the ends thou aimsest, at
Ibe for thy country's good. and the devil take
the hindmost. During the past year there
has been no end of scalawagerie, and the
chances are that there will be more of it this,
the town ia now flooded with birds of flight,
no one knows where from, but who everv
oeue-sare bound to the regions where
thelio roretb.and until they can be induced
to pack tip their carpet bags and go where
they may be better appreciated, it is impor
taut th at vou keep your eyes open and be t
your children as vigilant watchmen on thel
boucetop. I propo-e that you open negotia
tsous with the ch.ief men of M.tsachusetts,
IOhio and other States, for the calling in of
Itheir scattered Arabs. that we may hare
peace and plent7. Offer some inducemen ts,
and protmise the devils, agents themselves
something that will induce them to get up
and git. as they did in North Carolina. One
word about internal improvemen's--if the
1granite side walk is to be continued-go
aheatd, but to save life and limb, is will be
well to break off the uprights which hold the
curbing in place. They are traps. Break
them off by all means orsomnegoodtman wili
get his neck broke. a,d then the council will
have to pay large damages. Put on about
six good marshals, comi,etent men wh.o will
1not be afraid to stand up to the rack, foddeir
voted pay his tax, and those who voted more
than once, pay accordingly. Take good care
of the old gray mule. Meet regularly and
often, and publish your reports in the Her
aId, and in conclusion, gentlemen, whenever
yon have a hot supper don't forget an invi
tation to me. All this and perhaps more ye
local might have said but did not, and the
paty not knowing what they lost broke up
and departed for their homes just as well
satisied without it. The next frofic comes
CHALESTO, S. C., No'. 4, 170.
Dear Herald-In company with severa.
other voang gents whose virgin chins have i
never been smeared by the barber'S brush,.
and a number of older friends and towns
men-inciuding all the dentists-(I hope
nobody at Y. has had the tooth-ache since)
I started for the "Queen City." on the 31st.
We reached it in safety, after a pleasantride.
The weather was bright and inspiring, and
the hotels, houses and streets were all filled
with lively, chatty peoplc, most of whom had
come to the fair.
To tell you the trn:h, I don't feel like writ
ing a letter for the Herald, for as there is
too much fan ahead, I want to economise
my time for it: and, i hardly know what
wputi be reud:blo. Again, as I am all eyes,
and ears. with c.ni$:d -r.ible s tomach, just
now. I am muchly mixed. iiowever,
The Institu:e Fair is a grand thing to
m t. Might I say of it. as a writer said of a
book that I recently re.td ? it is sui generis.
Certain'y a pyrstid of beau:y, sweetness
and utili:y could be matde from the products
of lavish nature, the articles of virtu, the
graceful and varied needle-work and indus
tries of the ladies, and the strong and bold
and ennobling and enriching works of men
In art, in science, in literature, &.. I will not
estimate the number of people in attendance,
but it is very large. And the Institute Fair
is a positive success. Charleston has sown
wisely and she will reap well.
As I before said the weather was delightful
and underits healthful influence every body
recreated as they wished.
Mis Laura Kene, the charning manager
ess of the Academy of Mnaic affords a rare
repast to the lover of the drama. And she
tues her best efforts to delight the visitors to
her beautiful temple of the muses. Last
Thursday right. in the tonching drama of
"HunedDown " she appeared in the l
ing charaewr of Mary Leigh. and I am very
sure that all who hied hearts were reminded
of that fact by a play of the emorions within.
Hihernian II:tli i aI-on nightly illumaina:ed
and filled to listen to Bishop, an irrepressible
Fairs. festivals. deplay+ of art, dinners,
suppers, interspersed with music. cham
pagne. sentiment, beauty, speeches and flow
ers. have abounded; whilst moonlight excur
sions around the bay, and morning walks
and rides around the battery, and visits to
the pub!ic buildings, phosphate works, boat
racing, racing over the uc-f. tournaments,
field sports-p!oughing matches, pigeon
shooting matches, &c., &c., have each had
its fall quota of votaries.
On Sunday morning last the church bells
rang out deliciously upon the air. (Dr.Simms
once said that bells sound most sweet in
warmer climes.) An-I I never saw a larger
and more quietly dressed body of people on
their way to divine wor.hip.
The State Dental A'soci.t:ion which was in
session up to the present, have discussed
some important matter<. not alone to the pro
fe;sion, but to the public at large. Drs.
Whaley, Ttiompson and Jones are in attend
ance. from iewberry.
The next important. event will be the as
semibling of the Grat:d Lodge: many of the
delegates are already in attendance.
The steamship Varona from New York
for Galve-ton, foundered at sea. Most of
her crew and thirty-six passengers, mostly
prominent Texans. were just.
Newaeart. S. C.. November 8.-Cotton 13".
CoatrxBa., November 8.-Sales of cotton yes
terdav 13 bale.-middling '41.
Naw Tox. November 7-7 P. M.-Cotton un
settled and lower-sales 2.6)o bales; uplands 16.
152; receipts 5.5 8 bales; strck 25.'61.
ErvERPoOL, Novernber 7--vening.--Cotton
closed diat-uplands 9k; Orleans 9k; sales 14,&00
L.LTEST QTOT.ATIONS 0!
IN CHARLESTON. S. C.,
CoEC.EcTED wz.ZKLY BY
Banker & Broker. No. 25 Broad Street.
N0OE3Rl 4, 18i0.
SrarTe Sacuatmma-.Snth Carolina, old. - a
80; do new, -a SS; do, regiat'd stock, ex int a
Cr-ri Secratras-Agusta. Ga., Bonds -a
78; f'hariston. st. C.. Stuck. ex qr int. - a 50;
do. F;re Loan Bonds. Sea -; Colaisia. S. C.,
l1,ndl4. - , 60.
Bet L nOA D) ios o-Blue Ridre, frst mortgagr
fna -: Charle.,on and savanrn,h. tmfa..: Char
otte. ('alumbia and An-vnsta. -aS85 Chieraw
anid Darbogton, a 9:: Grrenville and Columbia.
st mor., 8 a --; do. State guarante-.. 635 a-;
Noteastern. 87 a -: Savanni and Charleston,
1st mort.. - a 7S; do. State guarantee. -69a -:
South Carolina, - a 73; do, 6:a; Spartan burg and
CUio, - a 55.
RtAt.aoaD STrocKs-Charlotte. Columbia and
Auusta. - a 40; G reenville and Columbia. 2ja
;Northeastern. 13a ; Savannah and Charles
ton, - a 31: South Carolina, whole shares, - a
41: do. halfsharea. - a22,.
Excs a Nt. &c-New York Sight. off par;
G'ld, 110 a ll3; Silver.10 lO---.
80UTh cAROLtNAs BANIK BtLLs.
*Bank of Charleston...................-- a -
*ank of Newberry...................- a -
Bank of Georgetown. ......... .... ..... 6 a -
Bank of South CarolIna................10 a -
Bank of'Chester....................11 a -
Bank of Hamburg...................6 a -
Bank of atate of S. C.. prior to 1861...4S a -
Bank of state of S. C.. issue 1861 and 1862.35 a -
*lan:erand Mechanics' I'k of Ch'rleston- a -
*People's Bank of C'harleston..........-- a -
*Un,on Bank of Charlesto.........---...- a -
Southwestern R Rt Bank ot Charleston. old.-- a -
Sothwe,tern R Rt Bank ofCbarleston.neW.- a -
State Bank of Charleston........... .... a -
Famers' and Exchange B'k of Cha.rleston.. 2 a -
Exchange Bank of Columbia. ..... ..... 5 a -
Commercial Bank of Columbia........ a -
Merchanis' Bank of Cheraw.... .......6 a -
Planters' Bank of Fairfield............6 a -
State of South Carolina Bills Receivable.. .90 a -
City of Charleston Change Bills....96 a -
eBtills marked thus (o are being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of each.
agr A BODY AND MIND DI
SEASE.-Snch is dyspepsia The stomach aod
the brain are too intimately allied for the one
to suffer w ithout the other. so that dyspepsia and
despondeuncy are insepara ble . It may be added,
too, that irritation of the stomach is almost inva-.
riably accompanied by irritation of the temper.
'h e in vigorating and tranquilizing opevation
of Hostetter's Bitters is moet pwertully devel
oped in cases of indiarestion. 'Ie first effect of
this agreeable tonic is comnfottin g and encour
aing. A mild glow pervades the system, the
chronic uneasiness in the region of the stomach
is lessened, and the nervous recklessness which
characterizes the disease is abated. This im
provement is not transient. It is not succeeded
by the return of the old symptoms with super
added force, as is always tbe case whe: unedi
ested stimulants are given for the complaint.
Each dose seems to impart apermuanent accession
ofhealth fail invigoration. Buit this is not all.
The aperient and anti-billions properties of the
preparation are scarcely seondary in Impor
tance to its tonic virtues. It there is an over
ow of bile the secretion Is soon brought* within
proper limits, and if the bileary organ is inert
and torpid It is toned and regulated. The efect
upon the discharging organs is equally salutary,
and in cases orconstipation the cathartio action
isjust suffcient to produce the desired result
gradually and without pain. The Bitters also
promote healthy evaporation from the surface
which is particularly desirable at this season
when suddeu spclls of raw. unpleasant weather
are apt to check the natural perspiration and
produce congestion ol the liver. coughs and
colds. The best safeguard again.: all diseases is
bodily vigor, and this the great Vegetable lRes
toratw'e essentially promotes.
Nov. 2, 4--tm.
Si 110W TO MAKE HOMiE
ATTRACTIVE.-Don't have your stairs
without banisters, a: the risk of breaking
your children's necks. Don't have wooden
ceilings, that require a cord of liglhtwood to
illuminate the room. Don't have windows
witout glass, so that whenever it rains you
mutt shut out the light of heaven. Don't
have sashes .without blinds, so that the sum
mer sun will dazzle your eyes, warp your
furniture and fade your carpet. But order
all the necessary materials for finishing your
oure in comfortable style from P. P. Toale,
Charleston, S. C., the largest manufacturer
of such things in the Southern States.
Nov. 2. 44-Ira.
Taz TYPoCRAspBIC MESSENGER, from the
F oundry of Messrs. James Conner's Sons,
New York, for October, is a splendid speci
men of Printing. and not only as showing
what can be doue in art execution is it val..
nable, but for much us.eful information. A1
History of the Art of Printing, (contined,)
is very interesting. We feel always under
obligation to the Publishers when the .Mes,
p~AN EXCESSIVE FANCY
i11 frentlr ba.e sendmeuts or images
srge$ ty whicb most would believe
epossble to be connected e iCt
diate objects of its contempliou. It is the
prerogative of genius. wi;bont the produe
tion of paradox or incongrnt y, to assenble
and to blend remote ides.w lwaich to ane r
dinary understanding, would after i
mained separate. But no one, te
cmade aiaofte0dCro iBtters
can afor a?>al moment-deny the heffcSYLi
Try Winemans Crystaized Worm Candy! li
Nov, 9, 45-it b
ai"SUMTER BITTERS IN
cigorates the Digestive Organs and puts
them towork, the aptt eoe od
food digests, makes good blood, the patientt
gains in health and strength, sleeps well, and
blesses that which makes him well again.
Nov. 9. 45-1t
Sale of Valuable Lands. a
BY virtue of a power of Attorney from
WILLIAM K. GRIFFIN, I offer FOR SALE a
VALUABLE PLANTATION s
In Newberry County, S. C., formerly known
as the "Atkinson Place," containiog
Five Hundred and Sixteen
Acres, more or less,
And bounded by lands of Jobn Hopkins p
Williams, Thos. A. Floyd, A. K. Tribble,
and others--lying on the waters of Little s
River. Thbs 'plantation is not surpassed for l
fertility and for the production of cotton,
corn and wheat by any lands in this section g
of the State. It has a comfortable cottage. I
(nearly new,) ample accommodation ser- t
rants houses, a gin house, a screw, stables,
and there are three springs of excellent wa- r
ter on the place. Parties desirimg to pur
chase m4y well give this p!antation an ex
amination before purchasing elsewhere. It
will be offered at private sale until Sales
day In December next, at which time it will
be sold at public outcry to the highest bid- f
TK ans OF S.L. -Half Cash, and the bal- t
ance on twelve morth; credit. secured by a 4
mortgage of the premises. The purchaser 1
to pay for stamps and papers. Or all cash if r
preferred by purchsr-er.
Y. J. POPE, Attorney.
Nov. 9, 45-4tusd.
Helena Lots for Sale.
I WILL SELL to the highcst bidder on
the FIRST .MONDAY IN DECE'!3ER
NEXT, two llouses and Lots, situated in
the vil!::e of He'ena. One of said lots con
tains one acre, an,i i. bounded by iands of
J. D. Huff, the Longcrier lot, Joseph Davis, i
and by a street The other lot also con
tains 'about an acre, and is bounded by
lands of Daniel Jones, Thos. M. Lake, the
lot upon which Mr. Seigler now lives and is
divided from the first mentioned lot by a
Terns made k.own on the day of sale.
These lots may be treated for at private
sale until the day. Persons wishing 4o
purchase will pla-e cal, on Mr. John Wil
!iams, rho resides np"i one of the lots, and
%ill take plea.-ure in showing the same.
Nov. 9, 45-4t. J. B. EDWAPR1S.
DESIRABLE Real Estate on the public
square. No better investr:ent in the town.
If not disposed of ari priva:C sale wi'l be
sold publicly on Sale-day ins Decemaber.
For terms aplply to
W.M. F. NANCE, Ag't.
Nov. 9. 45-4t.
I flFFER my enti:e sto -k of
For 30 days, and many other goods at re
duced prices for C.sh. La.iies und gentle
meni are all invited to give me a call andi
get cheap bargains. Store in rear of the
aings PB.mrk, opposite J. 13. s'mith, New
berry, S. C.
No J@ ;. J. AMICK.
THIotE who are in anvwise indebted to
me by liens, notes an:d acr-ouns, are earr
estly req-:ested To emnue forward and settle
ue same immnediately, or cost will be addl
d. The money is dit.e and must he paid.
Nov. 9, 45'-a. J. J. A MICK.
PIANO FOR SALE.
Any p)erso'. an'ing a SECOND HAND
PIANO in good tnne, will call on
J. J. AMICK.I
Newberry, Nov 2, 44 2
TlE undersigned respectfully r.otifies
the public that shte w il co:.tinu:e the bu.-i
ness of LOUIs S110DAIR, deceased, at the
old stand. All persons indebted to the
concern, will please make payment, and
those havi. elaims ag:ai::st the same w il
present them properly attested.
Nov, 9, 45-2t.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,1
By John T. Peterson, Probate Judge.
Whereas, James N. Mfartin, hauth made
suit to nme to grant him Letters ot Ad':.inis
tration, of the Estate and efi'ects of George
These are therefore to cite and admonish
all and singu:lar, the kindred and creditors
of the said de-ceased, to b,e and appear be
fore me, in the court of Probate, to he held
at Newberry Court House, on the 21st day
of November next, after publication hereof,
at 11 o'clock in the forenuon, to shew
canse, if any thter have, why the said ad
mninistration should not be granted. Given
under my hand this 7th day of November,
Anno Domini, 187n.
JOHN T. PETERsON, r. J. N. c.
Nov. 9, 45-2t.
Sold in 2 hours last Saturday,
Every- one highly pleased.
Come in to-day, (Nov. 9th.)
L. R. MA RSH ALL.
Nov. 9, 45-it.
11 HIERE TilEY R.
Bananas, Lemons, Oranges.
Cocoanuts and Apples,
FRESH AND NACE.
On Thursday you Can get
Ctron, Prunes, Dates, Al
monds, Brazil Nuts, English
Walnuts and Pecan Nuts.
L. R. MARSHALL.
Caldwell Towoahip Club is particularly
qniredUto eeton next, Saturday. Nov. 12,
thof meeti n NCEo ore
J.S. G . CE r
R. V. GIST, Sec
JUGST received a large assortment of
rATCHF.--Gold and Silver Huntitg.
em Winding. Open Face, or Swiss, Eug"
a and American manufacture.
CLOCKS.-French Parlor, of Black Mar
e, Gilt Ormula, Rosewood and Sl
PECACLES.-Gold Silver and WtGol,
rail descriptions: Eye Classes with Gold,
ubber and Torro'se Shell Frame.
THl MBLES.-Gold and Silver of all de
L DIES' JI,WELRY.-Gold Rings, plain
nd with settings of all kinds of precious
ones - Brooches, Ear-rinmS, Neck.ace:,
racelets and Armlets, Gold Chatelaine and
rd Leontine Chains; all varieties of Jet,
ubber, Gold, Pearl and mourning Jewelry
ad Orntntnaenti &c.
GENTLEMEN S JEWELRY.-Vest and
uard Chains, Collar and Shirt Buttons,
leeve Buttons, Seal Rings, Brooches, Searf
SPOO'S.-Table , Dessert, Tea, Sugar,
[nstard, Pap, Salt Spoons and Ladles.
FORKS.-Table, Dessert and Breakfast.
KNIVES.-Dessert, Fruit, Butter, Fish,
ie, Cake and Cheese Knives
PITCHERS.-Chalices and Communion
ets, Ice Pitchers, Cups, Bowls and Gob
CASTORS.-Silver and Plated, Fruit
tands, Cake Baskets, Pickle Stands, Coffee
lakers, Cream Pots, Salt and Butter Dishes,
Vaiters, &c. WILLIAM GLAZE,
One door North of Scott, Williau & Co.'s
,ankiug House, Main street.
Nov. 9, 45-tf.
1ANDS WANTED FOR 1871.
I WISH to hire hands to work my Arkan
as lands, and will give i-_ per month and
ations-aud will advance money to pay
rasportation when desired. To families I
ill furnish stock, farming implements and
and, an. give haif the crop. I have seve.
al places of one and two hundred acres
ach, which will make about 4t) bu,sbel
orn per acre, or one bale cotton, which I
rould like to rent to any of nmy friends in
ew berry. Call on mly agent, L. J. JONES,
or further information.
J. I. WILLIAMS.
Nov. 9, 45-3t.
Totice of Dissolution.
TIlE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ng under the nane and style of GARWILE
i McCAUGHR!N, is this day diasoived by
JolUN B. CARWIL..
Rl)BERT L. McCAUGURIN.
New>erry, S. C., Nov. 1, 18:0.
THE umd.brsigned living porch:astd th
nterest of Mr. JNO. B. CARWILE. in the
)artnership of C.trwile & Md;aughrin, will
r:nt:iuc the ,usines? in his own r.ame, and
vill pay all claims against the late partner
hip. R UBERT L. McCAUGIIRIN.
Nov. 1, IS711.
IN retiring from business at Newberry.
t affords me great pleasure to conmtend
R. ROtERT L. McCACGUIRIc to the
aontinued contfidence and p,trua;e of all
he frie:nds of :he late patrtnershiip.
JNO. B. CARWILE.
Nov. 1, IS70-44-:.;t
IHE UNYDERSlGNED WILL CONTINUE
The Banking Agency
As heretofore, and will
BUY AND SELL EXCHIANGE
AND MAK E A D)VA NCES
Shipped to his friend. in Charleston ant
Nov 1412 R L M'CAUG1IRIN.
50 Tons Peruvian Guano. direct frtn
Peruvin Gov' t AMent.
100) 'Tons Carolinn Fertilizer.
10) Tons ilaugh's Raw Bone.
Fl'ur of Bone.
For sale by
R. L. McCaughrin.
Nov. 2. 44-3t.
ALL, peraons indet ed to the late firm o
CARWILE & McCAUG!IRIN, ail! pleas,
nake i:umediate paymient to) the under
ign~ed. R. L. McCAUGHIRIN.
Nov. 2. 44I-2t.
.00|( Lut for YOUS6Y68
Batimre Corn-r Still Under Wa~
Gen:lemen and Ladies will please notic
the Corne-r Store of A. M. Wicker, who ha
just rec.eived one or the best assortment
GR OOE R IE S
that has ever been brought to this mrarke
He now h as thte w hole track open, and wi
run through the whole line from tnow tunt
after Ghristmas. He will also supply Sant
Claus and all the Ladies, Gentlemen an
Children with the following articles, an
may others not here mentioned:
French and American Candies, Fruits i
Cans-Peaches, Pine A pple and Strawberr
also A pples, Oranges, Lemons, Raisins, Fig:
Currant.s and Citron. NUTS-Cocoanut:
Almonds, Filberts, English Waluuts, Pecat
Brazil Nuts, Chestnrts and Pinders. Oyster
in one and two lb. cans, Lobsters, Salmoe
and Tomatoes, Sardines, Mackerel an
Codfsh. Pickles in all sized jars, Brand
Peaches, and other Preserves and Jelli<
o all Flavors. Spices-Allspice, Ginge
:lves, N't'mege, Macae, Pepper. Mustar<
Pepper Sauces, Tomato Catsup, Worceste
shire Sauce and Bill Sauce, Maccaroni an
Vermacelli, OItre Oil, Lemon Syrup, Breal
fast Strins, Shoulders, Sides, Lard, Sod;
Cheese, Green and Black Tea, Coffee, Si
cars, Molasses, Flour, Meal, Sweet at;
Irish Potatoes, and Unions. Sun dries-suc
as Coincenitrated Lye, Blueing, Stare!
Shoe Blackitng and Brushes, Table Sal
Ik, Chewing 'and Smnoking Tobacco, MacI
ahoy Snuff, Scotch Snuff, Pipes, Stem
Pipe Heads, Pain ted Buckets, Stone-war
Incigo and Madder, Copperas, and Dy
Stuffsm, Candles, Soaps, Fancy So.aps, Ha
Brushes and Gombs, Perfumaery-Cologni
and Extracts, Tloy-Dolls and Notions
endless variety, Fi're Cracker.s, Fire Work
Sky Rockets, Wheel Rockets, Ronian Cal
dis, Torpedoes, and Triggers all set ft
Cmne one and all, great and small, gi'
Andy a call. I am atixious to see whi
and colored; young atnd old, big and littl
red white and blue, atnd all that can raise
dime. Come where you can get your mo
ey baec, and no discount.
A. M. WICKER,
THiO.J. LIPSrOX(B. E. . JEZ
C et.berry, ,. C.
Piedmont and Arlingto.'
WE aill canva-is Newberrv andso
ing Dktricts in behalf of this C
which, lvinlg the endorsement and
age of over 2,tx of our citizen,
some of the best b'it.iness menili
offers inducements and advantaZes
to any other North or South, andth
exceedi:g $2,000,000, an annual *
,.)t,0o, snd 12,000 Policies in
twenty-one States and Territories. js
sures against death from all cauce;
free fro:n the useless restrictions
LIPSCOMB & J
N v 9, 45-tf General
IIAVING sold my stock of Drug,
cities, &c., to Messrs. MOTTE & T
I take pleasure in recommending the
my former customers and the p"bi
rally. And thankful for theibea/ 1
age. beretofore bestowed upo.,e
licit a continuance of the samejb y
cessors. JAM ci
Drugs & Mediciues.
THE Subscribers having
Stock of Drugs, Medicines, &c., g;
JAMES McINTOSH, beg leave to cal"
their friends and the patronsof ttieek
tablisbment, for a continuance of th
vor and patronage to the new, and ate
termined that there shall be no
care and attention on their part to
the custom and good wishes of the
They wilt endesvor to keep supplied'
the parest articles in their line, and
friends may rely on orders and
being filled with promptness and the
care. MOTTE b TARRA
J. WARD MOTTF. U. P.
Nov. 1, 1i70-44-6t.
All persons indebted to me by s;et
count will find the same in the hands of
H. P. Tarrant for collection, and are sl
quested to call and settle the tame atoir
Nov 1 44 tf JAMES M'IN'OS,.
MOTTE & TARRNT
Druggists & Apothecaries,
SUCCESSORS TO _
Dr. Jas. McIntosh,
iAt the (Yd Stand Opposite the
Have on band and are constantly receiving a
fall supply of all articles in their lin.
i AINTs, On.s,
Eoi1et and 'anqj 3rtid s,
Hair,Tooth & Nail Brusher
For Medicinal Use.
For Sale Low for Cash, by
IiOTTE & TARRANT.
Nov 1, 1870-6m.
20 'Tons ETIW AN. No. 1.
100 Tous$ ETIWAN. No. 2.
2(1 Tons PH(E~NIN.
20) Tons WILCOX. GIBBES &
Now in store and F'OR SALE at
Manufac turer's Prices, with freight,
drayage and stora?ge added.
G. T. SCOTT.
Oct. 26, 43-tf.
.The undersigned hereby give due notice to.
i all whom it may concern, that thev forewarn
i all person-. from Hunting on their lands,
and that all persons caught tre-passing on
dtheir lands (all of which are adjacent) front
the present date, will be prosecuted to the
utmost rigor of the law:
A. P. Davis, B. R. Mang-um.
fl C. S. Cleland, G. W. Senni,
, J. B. Mangum, W. M.Drr.
,Jefferson Davenport, D. M. Bu tier.
John Satterwhite, B. R. Butler,
' W. G. Davenport, D. B. Pieater,
"Thos. F. Harmon, J. G. Picser.
Great Bargains will be offered to rmy ens.
tomers ard the pahblie- generally, wh'o are.
imvited to ca 1 at my store an~d examine
goods and prices.
My stock consists of.
-Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots,
h Shoes, Hats,
,And a great variery of other goods too un-.
m,'erons to mention, all of which will be
SoCal d Cheap for Cash.
Clatmy store in rear of the Saving's
J. J. AMICK.
'Newberry, Nov 1, 44 3m
I WILL SELL at my Residence on Mon
eday, 4th November t:ext, one good saddle,
eharnes.s aind farm hor-e, one rood familv
s, 'and -brood mare, one good buggy, with
alatnce woodl pole and shafts, Household and
-. Kitchen Furniture, a good Library of Books,
a full course of Latin Books, Medical Books,
among th em Du.ngligson's works, Religious 1
Book, Sc-hool B8s,ks, and a great many
other articles !re~ udione mo mnt~nion. Terma
ICashl. M 'JH EW IIALL.