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Thi re"olution to adjourn on the 1-t
insf., ras rescinded on Tuesday last, the
eves:t is promised tu take place on the
A hill amendatory of an Act - -.ablish
ing and mainaiitainig a system of fre
common schools iin this State, has bc:n
passed in the S- nate.
Also a bill providing for the construc
tion and keeping in repair pulpic high
ways and roads.
Mr. Rose introduced a joint resolution,
to levy a special tax of $40,000 in Yor)k
County, to inake amends fGr a recent
raid of the K. K. K-.in Yorkville.
The r6lowiig" biH h;s been passed:
Bil-40provide for the election of Justices
of the Pence end Constables. The third
Wednesday in May to be the day of elec
An address on the part of the Legisla
ture-to Governor Scott, praying the re
moval of Win. M. Thomas, Judge of the
Sixth Circuit, under a charge of violating
the Zonitution by not living in his Gir
cuik . -Also, a resolution, which was
adopted, instructing and requi:ing Judge
Thomas to appear before the House to
show cause why he should not be so re
rhe'Governor-has vetoed the bill to
compel County 'Treasurers to receive
t'ounty checks in payment of taxes.
The- enacting- and resolving claiies in
abill to empower the County Commis
sioners of Newberry county to establish
and build a school house in the town of
Mabinton, in said county, was struck
Also a bill to regulate the granting o'
writs of habeas corpus- in certain cases.
The resolution that his Nxcellency the
Governor be requested to communicate
with the President Ot the United States,
and request sulicient number of tilitary
officers to drill militia of the State was
laid on tIe table.
A bill to incorporate the Continental
Tt-legraph Company, was read the second
tise, and ordered to"be eigrossed.
- A bill to create a debt of the-State cf
South Carolina, to be known as the St,r
ling Funded debt, the same, or proceeds
thereof, to be exclusively used in ex
change for, or in payment of the ex
isting public debt of the said State, was
read a third titne, and passed by a vote
of ayes83, nays 24-.
WASHIsTOs, March 1.-Th'e .eedings
in the S-nate indicate that the pm;ons of
the Act of 1$64, limiting the jurisdiction of
the Court of Cliims, will be extended to all
the Southrn States. It comes up ats Ri
amendment to the army appropri:itioa till.
In the House, a comnimittee of conf-riice
- was ordered on the bill for the relief o.
owners of land sold for taxes in inzur
recti'onary States. The omnibus appropri
ation bil was taken from the table, on n
motion to reconsider. Archer, of Marvland,
said of all the milliom appropriated by tih
biU, .the Southera Staes received oi
about $1,014,1iit, and even of this sum
abou't $sOo,ow was for building light
houses to benefit Northern commerce and
Northern contractors. Ambler, of Ohio,
objeeted to debate, and the bill was passed.
The bill, as passed, otrits appr-opti.ttions bor
new works. A commiittee of conference on
the Texas Pacifie Railroad bill was ordered.
This action is considered a certain i' dica
tion that a ~bill, in somec shape, will p:ss
th:is sess.iont The Cincionti and Sounenr
Railroad bill was ia sed. Eutler made
two. unsuccessful att mp-s. by suspens-ioni of
rules, to gem up the K: Khux hill. A hill
repealibg all duty on coal, t> take effe-ct inm
mediately, was passed.
In the House, to-d,y, three Republicans
(Farns, Fitch and Wilkiuson) voted against
B3utk-er's Ku Klux bilL. A change of one
of these yotes would have given the re
*qnisite two-thirds majority. This is the bill
which places a 1'ederal commissioner in
each County, with extraordinary powers.
I Ants, FebruarT 28.-During the three
years allowed for the payment of thme indem
-nity, 50,000 l'russian troops will occupy
Compeigne, living at the expente of the
French people. D)uring the occupation of
the city, unarmed P'russians will be permit
ted to visit the public edifices. but a corps of
30,000 troops will not be allowed to leave
the Faubourg Hlonore The armistice has
been conditionally extended to the 12th oif
March- Inthe meantime, three days notice
will be required of the resumiption of hostili
ties. Painful scenes are anticipated, shouid
the Prussians enter Paris.
France ceo s one-:ifth of LArruilne, includ
ing Met: and Thionville, aid all of Alsnecr,
es-oept Belfort, atnd pays an indemnity of five
milliards francs-one milliard this year and
the balance in three years. The German
troops will gradu-ally withdraw from French
terr-itory, as the payments are made.
*BERLts, February 28 -The l'russiatn Cress
Gazette states that orders have been given
the municipal autho:ities of Berlin to pre
pare quarters for Saxon, Bt men, Bavsarian
and Wurtembhurg troops, who will pass
through Berl:n with othmer retumning troop-.
Orders s-ay it is the wish of the Emperor th at
all parts of Germany should lbe re presm nted
on the occasion of.his entry into the capita!.
LotWoY, February 28.-The evenina edi
tion of the Times has the fo!lowing~ addition*
ml pariculamrs of time treaty: The fortified
eisies of Lunevile, Nancy and Belfort are
leftto France. Longwy, Thiionville, Metz,
Saarbruck and the iron districts go to Ger
8tsnoP ANDew- A despatCh to Rev.
Wm. W. Mood, dated Mobile, Alabama,
March 1, says: "Bishmop James 0. Atn
drew is dying."
The Bishop w-as in New Orleans on
the 18th February, si,itiung his mnany
friends there, and was thmotught to be in
better health. On his war to his home
in Summetrtield, Akaam, he had reach
ed the residence of his son-in law, Rev.
Jo,n W. Bush, of that cityt. The Biahop
was born in Georgia, ins 1794 ; ente-rrd
the South Garolina Gonference in 1812;
waq ordained deacon in 1814, and elder
in 1816; was elected or ordained Biship
in Pniladelphia, in 1S32 In a!! thbese y-ear,
he was in the active itinerant service-.
He dies in his -.-:enty-.eight year, ceas
ing at once to '-o rk and live.
The way in which Robert B>mnnter
commenced to lav the fou~ndanin oftM
ridiculously large firtnne of i.is is sa?id
to be this: He~ workedi at ca-e as apr:
ter at $8 per week, andi wrote letters to
country papers. V# he he hadl sa-ved imp
$500 he bo"::ht the Merchant.' L.:dge-r,
and noiw he owns Dexter, and J. E:li.tm,
and NebauchadneJ.ar, and Rasmise-s the
first, and ever so many other n1mg-. H e
ha-i, besides, much city Iot, two or
millions in stocks aind things, an -
income of $4,000 a wevk, on a-hi.
mnanages to rough it. But then he.
cnoical nma'-HaL-mper's Bizar.
BraRz's MOxTHLt for February is chatrm
ingly gotten up wi:h handsome iilu-tra:ion<
and beautirul prlit. Its tab!e of contents i
vere attractive. We look upon this monthly
s one of the best for bo--s and girls in the
long catalogue of Magazines of this class,
and recommend it cheerfulIy to parets. It
i< publihed by .l. W. Uuirke & Co , Macon,
Ga., atS-2 ayear.
Pi:rzsos LaDISS MAG AZINE fbr April
is already received. This number is egnr
ly Iiustr~ated and wtell filled with choice light
reading. Peterson's is only $'2 a year. and
yet gives, as much as many of the higher
'priced magazines. As i:s :tWe impor:s it is a
ladies' m azine, and all of our lady reade-s
ares adt-isedto takeit. Wit bthe Heraldit is
clubbed to all new sabscribers at $4 50
S-r-. Lonis, March 1.-The steamer Rob
Jov, Hence for Keokuk, exploded her
dum r head i killed a negro ard blew two
exniWs Ove? be-atd.
Nednesday, March 8, 18YI.
"The Marlberftgh Times,"
Is the title of a neat and sprightly
weekly, published by J. W. Smith, Esq.,
at Bennettsville, S. C. We place it on
our list with great pleasure, and wish
the Times full success, and Mr. Smith a
hearty welcome into the ranks.
The French Situation
I, full of trouble and perplexity. Du
ring the last ~week the telegraph has
brought reports of anticipated disorder
and risingi, great dissatisfaction being
sho-n by portions of the people at the
surrender to the Germans, and what is
to be the end is not known. Surely the
French *ho have fought and have suf
fered, as well as the Germans, each have
had enough of this terrible, cruel war,
and should not only be content with it.
termination, but rtjoiced that it has
ceased. It is uveless for Lhe vanquished
French to attempt any further effort or
expect to gain any success. They have
been whipped terribly by their own fol
ly and ignorance, and have for long
ceased to act iationally, and must atcept
the result as it is or worse may befall
them. There can be no comparison be
tween the conflicting forces of the twc
nations. There is rio doubt as to tht
Courage of the Frenci soldier.:, but un
fortunately they were led by men whollv
incompetent and grossly ignorant of tht
rules of war, and with the topography
of their own country. While the very
reverse may be said of their opponents.
For a little ovcr half a year, disaster afteT
disaster has fallen thick and fast, and
their large armies hsave been literally
swallowed up one after another. Ilistorv
and farce. For all this folly and suffer
ing a terrible bill of costs will have to be
paid by France, not only in money but
territory. It were well that she accept
the present terms of peace.
The Kiel Gazette thus reviews the
seven rnths' campaign : "In the pres
ent war twenty.three battles have been
fought, their order being, Weissenburg,
Woerth, Spicheren, Payge. Mars hii-T,aur,
Gravelotte, Beaumont, Se'lan, Noissyville
(befr,re Metz), the three battles of Or
leans, Amiens, Champigny and Briv
(before Paris), Be-autency, 1apaumne,
Vendome, LeMans Belfort, St. Q11iltin,
and the great sortie against St. Cloud.
At Gravelotte nearly half a rmil:ion men
cotif:onted each other, viz, 270,000 Ger
m ns against 210,000 Frenchmen. At
S,dan there were 210,000 Gernans
a.ainst l5o.000 Frene+, and in the third
battle of Orleans, 11f),00 or 120,000
Gecrmrans against 2010,0010 or 24(i,000(
French. The dispar :ty of inmbers was
gzreatet at Mars-la-*Tour a'nd llelfo'rt. In
the formter 45,000 Pr us.sians foughit from
S A. .. till 4. r. x., at first aga:insrt 160,
0(0(, and by naomn neoarly 3u,00t
or 36,000 Prussians and Badienrrs con
fronitedl 90,000 to ]20.00'j Pretnch. Thec
three battles befde -.\Metz.--P::nge,. Ma-s
la-Tl'ur and Gravelette--shows the lar
ge4t lsses on both sides, the losses of
Germans in the secoind being 6z00 oflicers
anrd 17,000 men. Ofall the battles du
ring thre p.ast cetry , oily the st'rmi
of Planchenoi i. the bat tle of Belle
Alliaree, li'rrodino, E& l:u arid Zorn
drofecan ranrk in the samne cartegory with
the battles before Metz. There have
'ocen forty.-nine cegagemeint.: some of
them rese*mbling hatt'es, and twenty suc*
cessful siesres, ineindr'ng Par is, thre first
stronghold in the worl, and .\etz andl
Strasbourg, fortresses of the first rank.
To this number of succes.,ful seiges tuust
now ht. added th:at of Ble!f.irt. Thre
84,900 men under General Ilourbaki who
took refure in Switzerland after thre sur
render of Paris swell the nutnber of
French p isoncrs and of fugitives ini
te-ned iin neighbourng states to more
ihan a millhon; 930,000, according to
the North Gernman Gaete arerionr
con of Paris; nearly 2Q3000 fied into
lhelgiumn after the battles of Metz and
Sedan, and mnore '.han 80,000 have nowr
crossed the Swiss frontier. Tis enor
moos total of l,034,1,0, remnarks the
Gazette, is unparalleled in h.istory;, and
r-.ekning thre znmber of meon ui ho have
p.erishedc in the fie! or hoepitali, or have
othrerwite bec'me "hors de combat," as at
Tire dr ama is cloising as peace is de
eliaredl, the Assemubly at Bordeaux votir
540 to 1(1 to ratify the preliminry
trearty of Bismarck and Favre. Arid not
too soon, for an attemi,lt was made on the
2d to rise on a party cf Prussiants by a
crowd of Parisians, which was ke;,t down
by a hine of troops arnd pieces of cloth
hung up to hide the Pr us.ians. A eon*
tdiet has seemed imusrninent.
Since the above was put in type, the
te'egraph brings the news of the last act,
the evacuation of the Germans from
IParis-which took place on the 3d.
THE ALD?NE for March pre-ents a beauff
ru arirv of illustrations. Tire sra'ue of
IGoethe at Munich; Moonlight on tire Wa
ters: Istard of Utfenau: Marie Antoinette;
R ison Cathedral, &c., all go to make up a
eptendid numbe~r. Thre rearin" m.tr is unm
eoptonsb!e and of variety in inrterest. The
pub"lishers are highly er.c.uraged at its tue,
ces<, in that already tn edi on excee.:ing
25.000) is e:illed for. Subscerpin price wi:h
oil chromno (D)ucks) only '2 54. Ad'dress
Jas Su::on & Co , 23 L;bery St., New York.
A' splendid premium chromno of "Wintrer in
tie N. therland<" "Seene on the (oa t of
Noway," "unse: in Wiin:er,' or "The Vii
..age Fo ., '.ill b)e given to :.v ore send.
ir. thre subscribers whr &9 .0 .An elegant
chromio c :n t.hrs be otainxed wit b little trou
ThE ST. Louts JoUgsAtL CouEc
ia mo,t complete anntual report of rte
Tra!e. 1 .>mmerce. Manruf.c:u -e-. anud o: her
Indtustries of the City and State ever pub.
lued,.I and is :he only paper that quotes the
ar.d 0:1 M irkets of the leading cities of the
Un.ited $:ates. As such it is of hich valuec
to the busin.ess men of the coua:ry. It is
rublished by Messrs. Wo!ecu:t & M..r:ad :ke.
St. LouKe Mo., to whom applizstion will be
made for subscription.
THE SOUTHERN CULTIVATOR for March is
rece:ved1, and its well tiled panges, both of
oriia and select:ed artic:es, makes i: a very
weieome visi:or. Its proprie::>rs. Messrs.
Jones & Jones spare no expense or hd!or to
manke i: acceptable to the agricultural as wel;
as general readirng public, and have secnred
the best talent to cater to the tate. The
C'itivator is furnished to subscribers at $2 a
year whenr taken alone, but with the New,
berry Herald the two are only $4 .50.
DIE MODENWELT. for Feb. 1st and 10th,
is brimnfnl of such fan.cies and conceirs as
throw lad ies into spasms of delight. and how
it is possible to get togetber so turch variety
in style, in so sbort a space of time is a mar
vel. Sutbscription $3. S. T. Taylor, pubiish
er, 391 Canal St., N. Y.
THE TYPOGRAPEtc MESSENGER from the
Fonrdy of Messrs. MacKe!iar. Smiith.s and
Jlord:mr.~is received. It is rerresb.ing to look
The G. & C RaRroad Bill.
Known, or rated as the big swindle,
failed to pass the Senate. In lieu there
of, a substitute quite as obnoxious to
many of the State press has been offered.
We offer this week no comments of out
own upon this important matter, not
havig yet seen either bill. The measure
is not yet a law, as the Governor has not
acted upon it. Should he see fit to veto t
the bill, it will require a two-third's vote
- We shouTd be most- happy indeed to
record a piec. of virtuous legislation
flstering so gicat an enterprise. )f th'e
consolidation of t' e roads look to a gene
etal internal improvement by making,
CharC.ton the grand outlet for the
treasures of the We.t, sn-l Columbia a
great radiatiog centre, from which the
State at large noint ie benefitted, the
two millions a ill be wisely Apen. States
that are liberal to railroads have prosper
ed. But is the Legislature honest in this
matter ? Is it or rot, a fraud upon the
tax-payers, this heavy grant of the State? t
A bill has been passed which repeals the
G.:t giving aid to the Blue Ridge Road;
this defeats that enterprise. So that if i
the G. & C. R. R. is extended to Ashe
ville. a great ptubUc work will have been
We hope this bill is not " iniquitous." I
Although it is damaging to know that
Joseph has a finger in the pie, to say
nothing of the "little" scene in the Jud- t
ciary committee room. Below we give
a few of the opinions of the press. Th,-Re
public:tn says the substitute consolidates
the Greenville and Blue Ridge roads, and
provides that the State shall waive its
first lien in favor of the mortgage, free
the guaranteed bonds of the Blue Ridge
t. R., and accept a second lien ; and
that the substitute is like unto the first
Ti.e Charleston News says, failing to
pass the two million swindle,the ring ex- e
pect to) accomplish their object in anoth
er way, and that this appears to be a
bigger job than the uther. t
"The consolidation of the road,4, cou
pled with a relinquishinent of the State
lien, would give the consAidated compa
ny four milhon of guaranteed bonds, free
of all restrictions as to time and price of
sale, and would deprive the State of that
mirtgage " hicb is its sole security for t
the bonds guaranteed for the Blue Ridge (
Company. This is our understanding of
the new hill. Its last state is worse than I
the first." 9
The Phoenix has seen the substitute
pass the S -nate with satisfaction, and e
says '"t iS a bill to POXOT the consolida S
tion of the roads. It places both compa
nies in a position to unite their intererts h
jud ciously, to ellTeet what every man in
the State desires, tile repair of thec Green
vi"e Road, so as to make it a first rate
roid, and the comiple-tion of the Blue
Ridge, so as to make tihe whole- a great
t unk road.
ThAe relinquishment of the State lien
i< rther nomninal thanti re-al, fir the best
.ecurity of the State is the mortgage d
which extends to the whole property of d
tI o road.
I he reinoval of jJhe limitatio, upon
tie sa'e o.f the binds is onldy common t)i
s<n :-or no'iodv ever he-ard of a bond r
to bui-d a r ailroad sellingj at par.
We confess we ha:ve hitin, ve-ry anxious
concerning the recently proposed rail
road legislation, for it seeme(d to us wild, I
and well calculated to arouse the just in S
dlignation of every tax payer in the Slate. C
This relieves our apprehension."
Eight of Dower Assiled.
A hill to abolish the right of dower I
passed to a third reading in tile IIouse. -
This, s.ivs the editor of the Greenville
Ente-rprise, is another ungallant blow at
the interest of the miore defeniceless part C
of our population The right of dower, a a
secured interest in the husband's real estate, I
is a matter of immense inmportatnce to the u
women of the land. It is time-honored- t.
productive of no serious harm to husbands
--anmd is often the o:iy means of support t
that a woman canm expect to enjoy in the fi
estate of her husbatnd when left a w idow.
The policy is a bad one. It is ealculated to
bring intercased anxiety to many a true wife,
whose hus~band, from the misfortunies ofI
debt, specutlation, secuzrityship, or it may
be fromi reckless dissipation,. or from any
cause, loses his property. The bill is ealen- h
late'd to make pauners of many helpless I
women and chtildren, who may lose the .
A a ! of the fantily. But the Legislature of v
t..e State in tis, as in other tliings, stems el
to be managed for time exclusive bcn'-fit of
speculators and money dealers. W,- have d
no idea that the Legislature, under its pre- ti
sent influences of the nmoney- power, would
htave passed a homestead act or have abol
ished imprisonment for de-bt, (and this Mr.
Corbin has, in a mtannier, restored in tact.) t<
or done anything not tt the interest of tI
We may expect the city dailies to adlv> el
cate this bill, as it can only lay ope-n momre t~
etfectually to the prey of moneyv specula
tors and traders, all the real estate ot South
Carolina. They cant cre-dit or take moert- c
gage, orpurcaueat low rates, hain iS from e
all en ho re hrd un,or sue and sellh
out hou-es, and lots and lands, and] secutrely
defv the aoumen antd children. One- of then
gre-at .tiindran.ces to imarriage atnd thle rear
ing of famtiliem, is, nith tmanyv, the fear of
poverty and hel pless want for the wile ant b.
her little ones, should sihe survive her hus- Ci
hand. Take away the right of dower, and r
youm add greatly to that discouraging con- r
siderationi, and thlat amro::g not, the miost b
in.ferior classes of the pop.'ationt. Becaus~e
!!he law proects the wite's property, is no b
tea-ott for abihtiug the right of dower.
The wife's lands always reverted to her ott
the death of the husbatnd; and yet, b>,th
inl Englanuzd antd in thi< cotuntry, that fact
never was dr-ametd of as de-priving her of
dower. Te bill, in addition '.o its being a I
wretched policy,is, in one view, an insult to
every poor woman in the Slate. Ilow kew h
womenCi h-ave a good property of their ouwn. e
The gre at m.ajority are poor, and but. a com.- t
ptra:tve few possessed of a comitpce:cy.
A Wortnv CtaxMo.-beast But'er,
wiho threatene-d to give license to theC
brutal lust of his soldiers a:non-g the to
men of Newt Orle-ans, has given his ad
hesion to the Wiomen's Rieb:ers, and of- C
fer his. championa.ip to tEheir cause. In s
this h.e is entirely consistent. It is one
of the muost effective ways of degrading
the sex, and no one will be surpri ed
that it finds an advocaie in the brutal
author of the New Orleans order.
ScPPLEMENT.--The supplement presented
with this iss.ue will be found interesting toe
farmers, and we take pleasure in calling at
tention to it. It will be seen that a great re- a!
ducton in prices bare been -nade. The Eti
wan Gua ,o, S55 cash, Dissolved Bone, S40,
Acid Phosphate, S35, and Ground Bone S20,
per :on. ct
Messrs. Win. C. Bee & Co., Charleston. q
General News Items.
Civil war and slaughter rages in Uruquay
The post office at Union C. II., is made
ioney order office.
In Rhode Island, a young lady at a mag
nerade, wore the skins of 97 geese.
The President has signed the enforcemen
ill relating to elections.
The passage from London to New Yorl
-ill ere long be reduced to six days.
The bill to ie-establish the usury laws li
ais State, failed.
Mr. Oswell Richardion, an old an honorei
itizen of Laurens died on the 20th ult.
Rev. Thos. Ward White has assumed th
'resi'ency of Reidville Female College.
The- new Aethodist Church at Florenc
ras;recent j olown down by a gale o' wind
The appropriations thu, far made by Con
ress. do not materially affect the South.
The Indiana Legilature has Odjourne
It onlly costs $10 to whip a Milwaukie edi
ar, but it Is dreadf-l hard work.
The Battery, New York, is being orno
ie)ted by large trees removed from CentrE
The public square of Newberry is bein,
ittoed by small trees taken out of black-jac
Co. C , 18th Reg't , numbering ninety mer
oder a corn mand of Capt. Christopher, hay
een sent to Yorkville.
The gin house of Dr. J. M. Lowry, in York
ille County, with contents, was c9usumne
y Incendiary fire on Tuesday last.
The debt statement shows a decre.age c
7,250,000; coin in the Treasury, $103,000
00; currency, $21,000,000.
A difficuly has arisen between Spain an
gypt, caused by an insult to a clerk, of. tb
panish Consulate at Cairo.
An Indiana mother cruelly attempted t
pite a young courting couple by removin
he lamp from the room.
Butler made two unsuccessful attempts. h
suspension of the rule, to get up the K
Many citizens of Paris to avoid appearmn
n the streets during theGerman (ccupatior
urchased a week's provisions.
The impeachment of Gov. Clayton. of Alt
amn, ba4 failed, from technical parliametl
& half squ-re in New Orleans, betwee
rencliman, Roman, Union and Ferhign.
treers has been burned. Loss $300,000, mosl
The officers of the Tehantepec Ship Ca
at report that on Febru:ry 6:h. two distinc
arthquakes were felt. and that a tidal wav
as seen many feet high off Minitiflan.
A Committee of Conference ordered on th
ill for the relief of owners of land sold ro
ixes in the insurrec-ionury States, Las beci
The Louisville Courier-Journal remark
ist "the insurance business, and especiall:
ie life-inzurance business, has been shame
illy neglecred in this country since the war.'
Some 75,000 strangers visited New Orlean
witness the carnival festivities. The Mys
e Krewe personated Spenser's "Facria
ueene" in the procession.
Twenty men went to the jail in Frankfort
:y., and took out a man named Thos Scrog
ins. It is supposed they took him out t
revent the case being brought to the Courts
A hand of professionals stole from an ol
lothier in Savannah, last week, betwve
3,000 and $1,000 of diamonds, watches an<
A mountaineer. w*.th $2.005 combatte I th,
o;t< of faro itt Kansas City till he had onl
5 left. ile lit a eigar with that and cool
'alked b:ick to Denver.
Order and quier reign in Union County
nd the mailitary are in peaceable possession
'tie co!ored people, it is said, are prttini
iemselves under the wings of the Ku Klux
3Mr Ja.s. Wilson, engineer of the S. & U
. .passenter train, lost his r'ght hand a
Iston, on Wednesday last, by the accident,
I dischairge of a small shot gun.
On Saturday night, 2th Feb , a party o
i;gui-Mr men too,k a negro mant namr'ed An
erson Brown from his house, in Yorkv ill
ouury, and shot him dead.
The Wilmington (N C ).papers boa -t of
onster oystcr, recen tly otunedl there. wh ici
e-isured five andra half' incihes lonec be threi
ad a q-marter wide, all of it beautiful, plum]
Caipt. 11:ll. of the s-eam ship J:imes A
arV, teport< a huge water-spout in Ilattera:
'met, and says the water c.4me down in ony
lid shteet, and in its descent strock a fiocl
f wild geese, killing all of thtem instantly.
It will be dampening to the enthusiat'tic
clmirers of 3Mr. G. P. R. Jamnes novels t<
arn that "the solitary horseman" in whos<
te he has so deeply interested them, has a
itt come to grief, lie broke his tieck thi
ther day, while trying to leap a maustani
ny across a small bayou in Texas.
It is believed that Col. Miontgomery Mo0se:
ill reside within the bountds of the Sev-eatl
irc-sir. lie is brother to the Chief Jlustice
rid was for many years his layr partner.
e is said to be an affable genleman, and l
an of great endurance and executive abili
.In politics lhe Is democratic.
The dwelling of Miss Mfary McMfahon, it
n ion County, was accidentally destroyed to
re on Monday evening last. It possesset
istorie interest. hav-inct originally been th<
ourt Ihouse for the old P'inckney JTudicia
ifrct. It was one of the finest residencee
A cirriage, containing Dr. Joseph 31nrray
id f.imily, was crushed while returnins
on church, near Rideuville, S. C , last Sab
ith. by a t'dling tree Dr. Murray and his
tle son Wille was severely wounded, and
seph John,on Mlurraty, a fine lad of eigh
tars, killed. Mirs 31. and the rest of thn
lii;dren providentially escaped.
A Ku Klux raid was matde by a party o;
igised men, in number about 50 ortii, ot
t house known ats Rose's hotel, tn York
ille, on the night of the 27th uIt. Their oh,
et was~ to get possession of the Count)
reasurer. E. M1. Rose Falling in this. the)
strmyed the furnitnre of thte room an:l scat
red the papers about. A liquor room it
te same building was asko entered, and al
te liquor poured out. They next madle at
tort to capture Thos. Wrmght. colored C'un
-Commissioner, but failed in that also.
Tita DEED PsxF~crE.-The bill o
ongress to appoint a Federal spy ir
rery Coutnty of the South, who shal
ae power over the judiciary-, the army
ivy, and pretty well everybody else
id suspendl the habens corpus nt will
as now pamssed hoth houses and needs
at the santioni)t of the President to lhe
imne a law. We do tnot envy this edie
1 satrap his position. There are fe w
spctale mnen in the South who wvouk
willing to act in such a caipacit:", anc
about 1 ,000 are to be apipointed. Sanm
>will have ani unlusual oplportunity [-I
'ootini-perhap;s we ,.hould say elc
tin.- Sicanniah Republican.
tters have been received frott D)r
roadus from Rlotte. His health is great
improved, lie expectedl to vi.,it Pal
tine bef 're retuintg. Dr. B. a2udei
the newy order of thinga smece thn
oe has been deprived of his civil powet
er the "Eternal Cityv." Protesta:u
surches c-ai now' be built there, for thn
rst time since the Papal power dep-ived
e people of religious lhberty. D r. B
trtessed the orgatnization of a Baptis
urch itn that city, and the baptism o
veral converts. -Greenville Enterprise
Bi-RIAL OF MtR. ROBERT 1!'ME.-Ot
turday evening last, the remains of Mr
>bert Humme reached Greenville frottn
hareton, and were i-iterred in the Epis
pal grave yard, beside those of his wif
uring the war he spent one or twi
~ars here as a refugee;jairt before th<n
ose of hostilities, Mrs. Hume departed
is life and was buried in this place
d he desired to rest by her side.
A Frenchn miser who died at St. Via
nt's Hospital on Monday night, be
eaths $100'.000 to the s'cciety for th)j
We invite attention to new Schednle of
& C. R. R. The change is a good one,
. alLhough the passenger traids will be Ion
upon the road, there will be less danger
ARRESTED.-On Saturday last Capt. C.
Hamilton took to Edgefield three negr<
named Ilouston Abney, and Ellkn, his w
and Tho!. Perry, suspected of the murdei
the Rev. Mr. Harrison. The Advert-rs
that Capt. It., by adroit questioning,
drawn from them a confession of their gi
The "Iinms" Giano Distributor and
t son Seed P'lanter, offered for sale at the sj
of Me srs. BLW1zer* Co , seems- to be an
nirable labour savin;- contrivance, and
advl%e our planter friends to give it an
amination. Oce horse and hand with i
distributor and planter will do the work
donble that furce, and in a better manner
WIo ARE TU'?-A number of si
peddhars arc tr.taping through the cour
at present, and so many are there that
qnestion has been aked us, "What are t
after?" Tt:e limited stock which these i
rant foot-pads exhibit, excites suspicion t
they are after no good, their whole stock i
trade not seeming to besufficient to pay
one day's entertainment. We can only
1 peat the question, "What are they afte
Cannot answer it. Let our farmers tbroi
f the county watch them, and perhaps
question may be solved. They may be I
ig to turn an bone.nt pt:nny, or they n
not. Five are reported as passing Lib
1Iall last week.
CANNor o 14c.-Not for a moment
this local think la,r week whetn he said t
uJohn wa:i there," that so many John's
isted, and that so many of them would et
protest against the innocent combination
words. Each John. young or old, comel;
otherwisv, fearful lest sonie one would fas
it on 1im, has called on this local for a
traction, or that the particular John be
named as to be known; and he has b
waylaid on the sicet. and dogged, till he
getting a litt'e anxions about the coar
- qu -nees-not for himsclf though. but for
John's. All watt to know, and insist ul
- knowing, whicl Jo.hn w.ts meant; even
t ladies tre full of curiosity. As stated alrea
noper.onal fear is cit r:ained by this lo<
nor wil lie go bck tnijut, but to allay
general curio:i y, he begs to say that it v
Dem:-Jolam. lie hopes now that noth
more will be said about the matter, or
will place the fighting man on the war pa
A SWEET TEMPER.-"No trait of char..(
is more vulumble iu a woman than the F
session of a sa cet temper. llome can ne
be happy without it. It is like the fiow
that spring up in our pathway, reviving i
cheering us. Let a man go home at ni;
wearied by the toils of day, and soo:hing
word dictated by a good disposition!
is sunshine falling on his heart. Ile is h
py, and the cares of life are forgotten.
swcet temper has a soothing influence o
the minds of a whole family. Where it
found in the wife and thioier, you obse
kindness and love predominating over
natural feeling of a bad heart. Smiles, k
words and looks characteriz-: the childr
peace and love have their dwe:ling there
sweet temper is more valtutbic tha:n gold
captivates more than beauty, and to
close of life it retain, all fre-hness arid pc
SAI.F-..-Thiere wuzs nor so large a n
ber of visitors froti the coun try, in town
Monday, as on the last si:uitiar occasion,
c.>mplexion also being conside'rabmly ligbh
it Is satisfactory to state, as it is an evidei
that work is entering more into the heads
the colored laborer. I hree lots otf land ly
in Frog h.evel, and nrdjoiing cacth odi
were sold by the Sheriff as f'o1tows en
124 9-10 acres, $1.825, one of 87j acres,
30, and one of iS? 3-10 acres, $2.280. (
other :rict in the upper portion ot the cot
ty, of 205 acres, brough t 51,8)0, and th
smaller tracts, one of GO, and two of 40 ac
each, brongh t respec tively, 55O each,
two first, and $30 for the other. Great sp
'was shown in tile bids for the lot and st
house in the town of Newberry, famili
known as the Stewart corner. This lot is
front by 100 feet depth, and the building~
mere shell, but te stand one of the best
the place. It was knocked down to Mr.
Mlower at 50,000. one third cash. No chat
we learn, is contemplated by Mr. M. tint
diately inl regard to his late purchase.
that a fine building will be erected at noC
rant day may be looked for.
MR. EITRa:-Saace for th.: goose isgc
for the gander, and as you are so fond
opening your spice box on the ladies, p
mit one to .sprlnkle you, if only one time.
your notice of the l:ate house warming,
the brow of the bIll, you mention a
which the mascu'ines ex tingni-hid -ple;
tell me if you helped put it out? An-i i11
at the wedding frolic, a night or two lai
on another hill, I hear that you took on w
the young girls in a dreadfutl manner, play
all the little plays which, at tiny other t
you would batre called rid iculous, and
most danced. In short, that for a marr
-man, wvhose wife was at home engaged
mainditng the habies, and taking care of thiu
ge:aerally, and thinking, no doubt, that y
were full of anxiety on her account. r
wixbing that she were there, to add to ym
comfort and pleasure, your conduct v
scandalous. What rizht have you to tnt
love to young girls, and take on. play st
partners, and all that sort of thiinr? hut, b
I wont t)e too hard on you. E.litors are 01
human after al!; anid bec nuse you worried
the "Johns"~ in town la-t week by sai
that "'John was the're ami.g the na!y one
l'li no: say any mt>re. I'lea,c an.,w'er. ht
ever. AS OLD 'oMAN
Our old 'oman friend i- pleaused to play
the game "tit for ta:,' and! ask- the q'm
t ionts above, andi it tills our heart n i. h pie
urc to be able satisfaclo: iy to d9 so
IFirst, we did not heclp to ex:tngish t:
fire, and why ? because.Johin wats thtere.
we felt sure that it could be managed wi
or,t any diffleulty. And now about the
tle innocent fun at the marriaige supper
We f.eel hurt that becatuse we disported a
frohiced like a young colt turned out in a p
ture of clover grass, you should lecture
severely. It's not right. Chri-tmas does i
come every diiy, nor do we tct to weddir
Ievery damy; and on this par:icular occasi
we werL -o harpy: the lbride was espccit
our friend;- both her and the groom w
handsome and ngreeable; the host and he
ess particularly kind andl pleasant; and
company, oh dear, what bright eyes
winning smiles they did have-the femn
jpo rtion, we mean-and the supper so
gnat, so delicious, -o various! is it any w
der that throwing off dull care, we nm
merrv? We don't remember ever hayi
had a pheasanter time, and took on with1
girls, and played steal-partnlers, just for v
fun's sake. And to call an innocent recr
tion scandalous and ridiculous, and walk
dancing! Why, where do you expect to
Iwhen you go no. We are ohlig:'d to
back on an old, original proposition,-f
some old ladies are unreasonable. We
have fun; we went there for it; it was
.:t,,uv t,n- andi if any other chtarm~
girl and handsome man marries, and the
psiets look kindly on us, and expect
G. there, we'll go, particularly If there are plen
for of young girls to take on with. There noi
A good thing to take in the afternoon.
V. No.more D. Bates; dissolved in Joy,
les, A bride has found a home,
ife, With pleasures now without aloy,
*f And other Joys to come.
Miss Deborah Bates is married to Mr. Jo
b A roasted onion tied on the wrist over
tilt. pulse, will stop the most inveterate tootha
in a few minutes.
'Ot- Last Thursday was the birth-day of the 1
ore cal. No previous announcement being ma
ad- of this important epoch, no presents we
his The John's are much troubled. All wi
of to know who was alluded to as being "ther
among the ugly ones. To settle the matti
it was John Demijohn.
'-Tom," said a girl to her sweetheart, "y<
have been paying your distresses to me lo1
ley enough. It is time you made known yo
Lin- contentions, so as not to keep me in expen
bat any longer."
id The presentation of a very small accou
for on Monday last, brought about a squabl
r which resulted in a pi.stol shot and a ball
,, the arm of one of the party. Nothin:
Lgh rious, still a good argument may be adduc
the in favor of the cash system; pay as you g
then there will be no accounts, and no occ
sion for squabbling.
ay Mentioning the cash system,reminds us th
an unknown man on Monday last, asked
for the Herald "on time." It was declin
lid gracefully, yet that man told us therewas 1
hat need of getting "muddy about it." Now d
ex- any body ever hear the like. To accuse
Ster of getting muddy. It's as clear as a pu
of muddle. that he was the muddy man.
ror The Columbia Phoenix of Friday lust, sa
ten it was reported in that city the night befoi
re- that rrial Justice De Hays, of Newberry, h
so been murdered. TLere is no Trial Justi
,en here of that name, eonsequently be cot
is not be murdered. Mr. Leabay, Proon
se- .Judge, perhaps was the person alluded I
the Some of the sensationists ought to be-hai
the [For the Herald.
7'I 1 DREAMING.
nY MATTIE SINGLTO.
he I'm beside the w ndow dreaning,
tb. Of tie riture, an,1 the past,
ter One is of a go!.1n seening.
0S. The othi-r, weArs a gloonier cast.
ver Yes, in childhood life is bri.liant,
.nd But ere long, 'tis overspread,
zht With clouds and care and bitter woe,
a Then alas: bright dreams are dead.
It If we knew not joys In childhood,
A This world, how dark and dreary,
wer 'Twould lie to me a dismal land,
is No haven for the weary.
the There is in store a blissful rest,
lad For mani, uponi the other shore;
en, If only diuty i.s performed,
A God will bless us ever more.
it Miway, Ga.
the -_______ _
On Thursday morninst, the 2d of Marc
at the residence of the Br;de's father, bh -t
I ev. J. A. Mood, Ma.: JAMEs CULr.taTar
on of Edgetield, and 3Iiss ABBJE MEELCHAN
the of Newberry.
er. The very handsome cake presented by ti
Ice fair bri.le, and which was elegantly at
of tastefully iced and ornamented by her 01
ng skillful hands, especially fo)r the editor, isa
er, know-ledge-d with many thanks, and our be
of wishes for her happiness in the new sphe
2. she has just entered. under such favorah
nie circumstanceq, are heartily offerri1. M1
tf' the united pair enjoy Heaven's choice
ree blessinigs. The tie which binds them
res woven by love, and must be productive of
for life of happiness.
ire A N INDISPEasIBLE.-NO family CifCie is cot
riv p!ete without a good singer. and hou is that
- ehle.says one, when n o member of the fat
S iyhas the gift ? There is nothing easier. (
a at once to the store of Messrs. Chick & Chic
in and purchase one ot the new Singer Fami
Sewing liacbines, the best machines made.
ge ?r'-A LITTL E BODY DOT.
r-often harbor a great soul," a simple Tonic
tut often the cause of preventing serious diseas
lis- such a tonic is SUMTER BiTTERs, as a pi
vetivey of Chills and Fever, and a cure I
Dy-j'ppia, Dehility and Indigestion.
Mar. 8, 10-it.
of eit and FOR COUGHS, BRO3
er hti n onsunn'tion, in its early stagi
In noth ing equal, I . Pierce's Alt. Ext. or Gui
on en Me-dical Discovery. It is also a gre
Ire blood purifier an'i strength restorer or toni
and for "Liver Comnplaint" and Costive Col
** d irionrs of the Bowels it has no equal. A
en Scrnfu!ous and skin diseases, as Pimple
er, Blotchee, Salt Rtt e imn, Ervsipelas and Eru
ithi tionsc, vield to it- wonderful curative prop
edtie< Sotd by druggists.
edMar 8, 10-It.
alir TIIE FUTUR E PROSPEI
ed TT OF THE SOUTH.-There can be no don
mi that it would contrib)ute greately to the fi
igs ture prosperity of this section of the Unik
ouif many amongst us would turn their ene
gies and cspitatl in new channels of ente
nd pirise and business. rhe old roads are ce
ur but they are worn and crowded. Blaze
new path through the woo)ds for yoursel
kyoung man, and you ih arrive at the gc
osiF ccestns ahead of your competitors.
sa tiigex'amnple of the valn", of this pra
it, cept is found in the case of Mr. P P. Toal
iiv 'of Chtarle-ron, S. C , a plain mech anic, wi
-Ilhli< maide him-elf the head of a large man
a!factor-y of door', sashes and blinds.
nMar. 1, 9-1m.
Ie "-'CIIEERING4 FAC'TS FO
TuIC Ii.or is.-EvAerv- dat demonistrates mo
e-irly tt l iver comnptai::t, in all its d
e-- Is<ing forma. can lbe '-ontr.'lled and cure
-s withiou' diicu,lty or inconvenience. It
-ant obhint'ate di-eas', but its obstinacy
iat nm it proof against the pert~nacioue, remn
nid ia anld re'storive h- operation of Host<
lien's :omnachi Btters. That genial c<.
I' rective comtpels thec organ to do its dui
adFIt nmust werete regularly and healithfl
under the infi-ences of the Bit:ers, The
soaction brit:gs it back from a state of reb<
tot lion into perfect harmtony~ with the laws
s: heath. If there is costivetnesa, it disi
in, pe-arc. ;f there is sidle-ache or back-sche,
vcea', if thie skini and the whites of the ey
're ar.e tinged withi superflio:s bile, they necoi
* thteir natural hue ;if the appetite is gort
:he i 'eurn-; if the digestion is inmpairedl, it
udre-tored;- in brief, whatever the sympto
e,of the comoplait mayabe, and whatever t
*phtsec it has assumed, a cnre is centai
de Such are the uniform effec.ts of this prei:
ag ration where billious disease has been
he ready development ; biut in cases whe
ry7 there is merely a coinstitu:.ional tenidency
gouie coplaint, it mtay prevented thiroug
ou lif1b the regular use, in small qua
le tie, of this palatable antidote. These a
atproven facts, atid should be seriously pC
lid dered-or rather, they should be prompt
inr acted upon-by all persons of billions ha
ir A girl in Wisconsin, whose lover had.
3s married another woman, engaged her-p
ty self as a servant to that lover's wife.
q. She bad marked out her course, atid
won; for three months after the mar
riage, the wife, on returning from a visit
- to her father's house, found that the
"servant" had carried off the husband
and all the household furniture-value,
husband not counted, $3,500.
A Bare Chance-Beautiful PremiumL
The Southern Presi, a large, elegantly
he printed, literary and fire--side paper, and the
4e Newberry Herald, together wIth a ine, large
steel engravina of either Gen. Lee or Gert
'o- Stonewall Jackson, is offered to all new sibt
de scribers, for 56. .The regular coat of both pu-I
re pers and engraving being $8.50.
To clubs of five the two papers and engrav
tig is offered at $5.50 each, and to clubs of
sh ten at S5 each.
B'' Canvassers can make a good thing now by
r getting up clubs, as for each cash sbscriber,
in a club of not less than ten, the getter up
of club or canvasser will be given a copy of
)U either engraving, Gen. R. E Lee or Gen.
Stonewall Jack-wn. In other words, for ten
sub,cribers he orshe will get ten en$ravings,
ur five vf one and five of the other.
se Remember that the engravings are of supe
rior merit. f.
SNEBER'Y, S . C., March 7.-Cotton 21c.
COLUMBIa, March 7.-Cotton 12A a I&e.
;e- JIVZKooL. March 6-Evening.-Cotton dull
ed and tending down-uplands barely 7j; Orleans
7#: sales 12,u00 bals.
Op Nzw Yoax, March 6-7 P. M.-Cotton irreg
a. lar and heavy, with sales of 6,900 bales, at 14.
Gold 10J a 11.
CBAHLXVro3, March -6.-Cotton easier-mid
at dliog 131 a 14; receipts 1,9* bales; sales 800;
a AuGusTaL, March 6.-Cotton market very dall,
ed at 13L a 181; receipts 46 bales; sales 215.
a Stolen or Strayed.
' A RED or orange setter dog, with a
d white spot-in the face-rather pony b)uilt.
Answers to the name of "RIP." The dog
ys was last seen at Major J. K. G. Nance's
e, house, about the middle of February last.
id Any person bringing the dog, eiLher to
SMaj. Ndunc or this office, will be liherally
ld rewarded. J. K. G. NANCE.
td Mar. 8, 10 - f.
:0. Adninistrator's Notice.
All personsindelbred to Mrs. S A. Thomp
son as Executrix of the Estate of Dr. T.. W.
Thompbon, or otherwise, wiU make immne
diate pa.ment to my attorneys, Messrs.Fair,
Pope & Pope. Those having demands
agniest her will reader them h duly attest
ed to my said attorneys.
W. A. WILIAMS, Adm.
Mar,b 8 Zt.
THOMAS B. LEITZEY will take notice
that I will apply to tire Probate Court, for
Newherry County, on the Seventth. day of
April next, for Letters Dismisiory of my
Giurdianship, and final settL!ement with said
WA RD. J, C, S. BROW\T,
Mar. 8, 10-5*. Guardian.
NEWBERRY C. H., M.arch 6, 1871.
To the Citizens of Newberry Co-inty:
ALL male persons b)etweenl the ages of
18 and 45, are herehY warned to work the
roads whenever called upon by the Sub
Commintionerv, during the quarter ending1
March 31, 1871.
EVery one refusing to do duty will render
thiemselv~es hale to the La,,,v the pen.dties
arnd fines of wh,ien will be eniforced.
SIMi.ON YoUNG,C. B.C. C.N.. C.
Mar. 8, 10-2t.
h, arge, fresh and cheap SHAD every day,
etail aind at wholesale,
mn an ufaceturers prices w.th ex;enasi
re tdded, is all that w i' be
equredfora lrgeportion of my
atock during this week;,
Sard times the principal cause.
iy mongst tenwarrivals are some
El arge Pink Eye and Early Rose Potatoes,
e- ook in at the "Sh ty" before you buy.
ar M4r. 8, 10)-lt.
r. Executors Sale.
s,BT direction of the Will of WASHING
d- TON FLOYD, dee'd., I will sell at his late
Tuesday thie 21st day of March,
Inst , a part of the personal property be.
r-Ion ging to theC Estate of said d eceased, con
1 Mare and Colt,
bj 2 Mules,
Cattle and Hogs,
r- 2 good Bugies,
r ~1l Carriage,
al1 or 2 Road Wagons,I
A 2 two horse WagonS,
A large lot of
SHousehold and Kitchen Fur
1 Fine Piano,
R And numerous other articles too tedious to1
JOHN T. PETERSON, Ex'or.
Mar. 8, 1 0--2t.
As Ohv ERcii DoCToRED WORLD. All great
phscasadmit that the world is over
nls doctored with violent drugm. In cases of
ie indigestion, bliousness, cotnstipation, wind
f.lic: irha and other casual or even
chrnicaffctinsof the stomach, liver and
bowels, all that is neede~d to restore the~
regular action of the. disorded organs, is a
re dose or two of
Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient,
the most delicions and harmless febrifuge,
n-laxative and alterative in the whole range
re of medie-dl remedies. It is sufficient for the
n- strongest, cannot harm the weakest, and
1irrmediately relieves the nausea which or
dinary centharties aggravate.
b- SOLD BY A LL DRUGGIST..
f H EREBTgile no'tice tiat' -1
o Jam-s C.- Lvahy, Judge of the Praben
Court, for Newberry Coudty, for Astsl .
charge ais Admiiratorthyw oeR,
C. MAFFETT, deceased, op Saturday f6w
8th day.o April, next
Ma&r. 83. Wo-5t..
Greenville & Columbia Raui's&
COLUNMA, S. C., Xarch 1.2 L.
on-*ibd aftir Wedvee-yMork,k3r;MAM.6
Ing Schedule will be -ran: a0,: S M
cepted, connectiuc with Night Triseas Sn.
CaroltnaRoad, up and down. abo =
going South on Charlotte, Comle M
ta Railroad- - -
Leave ColumbI&............. .....-. . a
' Newberry........... .. a
Abbeville.... ..................Sa 1 a-.
" ewbery........... .. . .
"Aiston.. ............- 9
M. T. BARTLFMaT Ge0e00T81
Druggist and ApotM ,
Store formerly kept by Messrs.
tin, and net to Mesrs.
Takes pleasure in in-vit'ng hiri
and the public t6 -all 01 hid
His stock of
Ts farge, fresh and comlete.
Phyieias recipes ctipou
An Ek rnM -AssortMefi !#
PERFu Lu -Kaua TOTfift
At DR. S. F. FANTW
NON EXPLOSIVE LA
The only sife .ai
RELIABLE LAMPN S
For Sale at R. A
Pure Wines, -
The purest and bestq
uors and Wfnes, for med a
poses can always be fo1nd at
Sture of DX S. F.,M 4 P-C
Compounded of the best * 73
:c tonics, tbus renering
for all diseases arising.fromni~ t
infiuep'es. such as Nebra15i 'h1
and Fever, General Debility &( 4
liousness. S. F.TA..
M ar. I ,9-tf. .
Wagon Making, RepaMr~~
THlE undersigned has opg
hal. a mile from fielena, (on G.' .
at Judge [L-ske's place', whereheis '~ u
to Sho.. Horses, Lay Plowrs,-MakE ia
nair Wagons. ntad do anay'kitid .eW
Work, either A;;ricultwral,, Mill or
Work. De. will also repair Oot6 -
:ahoeing a' Hors~e........ ...... .
LayiMg a Plo w (owi.er furishingi
--(he furnishing iren,)..
2 H;ae Wagon with body...
t " " witl.out bod;.... ,..1
Al ohe wrkinproporUia..,.
All that is asked ie a share ili b~
patron..ge. e'ai and see. u~
PAT. H. DUCKT
CAT be found at Carolira Mand
Company's Tiu and Stove Shop, with*
plete stoek of ''
GUNS, PiSTOLS & EN fl
in his line, and will -.BEPAIB. G'stf
tols, all kiuds of Locks, IUmbiel.,5
sola, Castors, &c.
By doing good work at mnoderat#
and being punctual to my business'
to recei?e a liberal patronage. .
rAT. H. DUS.E
Ma.I, 9-f. -
H U MAN MILaI
Just Published, in a Scale aYelope *~
- six cents.'.''' t
A L-eture on the Natur0,. Tratuh,
Rtadical Care of Seminal Wearna,== '.
matorrhena,' indu ced by self u JW
untary Emissions, Impetency.
blity, and- Impediments..;e.
erally; Consumption, .Epil.es,
Menral and Physical 1ncapacity' -~
ROBERT J. CULVERWEIXM
thor of the " Green Book.--a
The world-renowned aniontT
rable Lecturre,elearly prowes *3
experience that the awfni to
Self Abuse may be effectu.slly
out medicines, and withtbt dahb
cal operations, boogies, instratmnl,
or cordi.als, pointing out a .od
once certain and effectual byW~
sufferer, no matter wfit -lis do
be, mar cure titaself chaeaply, d
radically. This lecture vid ri e}i
thousands and thousands.
Sent~under seal, in a piala ei~w~
address, on receipt of six cets,
age stamps, by addressing-t.
Also. Dr. Culverwll's "XariC'gd
price 25 cents.
Address the Publishers, . .- 1*I14
CHIAS. J c.KLN
12 Bowerv -
16, 18 and 20 inch. .asl
100 of the above supeirior p'horl,~
cultivation of cot'on, corn and pOots
store, and for sale at Manuufactrerd
freight added, at .~ . 'O
S. P. BO0EO &
Feb. 15, 7-4t. - Har dare Sb*.
A LL persons having demands fl~fj5
E:ate of A BNER PITTS,de
sent them to me in proper foir '~'
of April, W. 31 DORI -.
Mar. 1, 9-43t
The public are hereb not
and after the expwationl of rty .v
this date, nay wite Paulioe 061bet
as a frcee-d mler. Oi.