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dednesday, March 15, 1871.
The po!es fi-t the new line have reached
our ton n. In a little while the wires
will be strun; and then Newberry take's
her place among the cities of the world.
Mjourr.men1 of the Legislature.
The General Assembly adjourned sine
die, at mnidn;ght, March 7th, after an 'ex
haustive' session of one hondred and
seven days. A. J. Ransier in the Sen
ate, and F. J. Moscs in the House, gave
expression to their feelings on this joy
ous occasion, in appropriate speeches.
The closing scenes, it is reported, were
marked with much confusion; and al.
though not so much tiotous conduct was
exhibited, as on previous occasions, yet
there Tras enough to make it at times
almost impossible to know what was on
the tapis. Some of the members it is said,
were intoxicated. It is a relief to the
people at large, that the session has
closed. The final vote on the veto of
the Governor on the per diem and mi
lenge resolution, was 23 to S. This, and
the Governor's reasons for signing the
consolidation railroad bill, will be found
on our outside, and will prove interest
ing. Governor Scott's course in oppos
ing some unwi.e legislation, is highly
commendable, and we feel that it is but
due that, censuring him for much that
hts been o1jectionahle and hurtful in
his administration, he should have
the credi: for all his efforts in a right
direction, and in contrulling, as far as
he was able, the unruly elements which
made up so large a portion of the Legis
lature. We trust, now that relieved
from the attention to the Session's busi
vess, he %ill be able to give wore time
to the wants and true interests of the
people at large.
Quarterly Conference Meeting.
The first quarterly conference of the
Cokesbury district, for Newberry sta
tion, M. & Church, was held at this
place, on Saturday and Sunday last, I1th
and 12th. The Rev. Henry M. Mood,
Presiding Elder, conducted the interest
ing business of the meeting. The ser
vices on Sabbath were largely attended,
and the sermons delivered on the occa
sion, both morning and night, were
practical and higly eloquent. We are
pleased in being able to present the fol
lowing preamle and resolution from the
minutes of the Contference, expressive of
its views in regard to) the action of Sui
perintendant Dodamead, in stopping the
Sunday travel on the G. & C. R. R..
Whereas, This Cotnference has heard
with unfeigned pleasure, of the new line
ot policy adopted by thte new Genreral
Superinttentdant of the Greonville & Co
lombia Railroad, Mr. Thtonmas D)odamend,
by which the runnintg of the trains, and
every other work, not rendered indis
pensible by extraor dinary circumsttanlces,
are to be discontinued on the Sabbath
Rcslved, That this Conference not
only receive this intelligence with the
highest gratification, hut return their
sincere thanks to the General Superin
tetndant, for the interposition of his offi
cial influ.ence, in correcting; this sintful
practice, which has so long shocked the
sensibilities of our people.
In the afternoon of the Sabbath, an
edifying andI pleasing address was delhv
ered by the Pr-esidintg ldher to the Sab
bath School, which was fo,llowed by
some instr uctive remar ks by Mr. Thos.
Death of Bishop Andrew.
We copy the followingz notice from the
"Blishop A ndrew, one of the leading
p-relates of the South, nnd one of the
moewt brilliantt lights of Methodism, died
in Mobile on Wednesday last, and was
hou ied on the followintg day.
James Osgood Andrew was born in
Nibertt Ctunty, Ga., in 179:3-hence he
nas seventy-eight years old at the time
of his death. lHe commenced preaching
when he was eighteen years of age, and
'-ttered the ntinistry in the South Car
z:na Contference, whtich then embraced
'le.rgia and Alabama, in 181 3, at the
gao f twenty. The now venerable Dr.
:.Pierce w as thent pntsidin;g elder,
ad,' recommended the vountg licentiate
f rthe ministry, The. dercensed was or
,duine-d bishop int 182 An iacotion of Is
bdto t. e divisioni of the Methodist
nhurch. He. married a hadv n ho oA-ned
slaves. At a sessiotn of the conference
mNew York, BaThop1 Antdrew was re
e tested to resign by many of the North
n tministers on t'ti' accotunt. The
Sithern 'uen deemltintg the r,-qtuest an
-u:t to them, submnittedl a proposi:ion0
..a Ciistian parting and divi-ion o,f
lreperty, w hich wa.-s :are.-,ted. The
sp"tarationI w~as *.fTeted. A y-a r elapsed
r.! it was f,iund the No,rth wantedt all the
-roperty. Suit was comnttced by the
th for her share, amri bo th the courts
u-.v anittd the Supreme ('tiurt of fte
* td States decidetd itn favor otf the
)athern churcu. It was at this ltme
,t Hienry CGhy. a warm friend of
fthop Andrew. remnarkedI w itha the
. rit of pophecy, thaL the Northern
:-tici.ut of that Church wa ctheeter
w edge to the dis.olr i:n w thle Ution.
be S.thera miisters tie tl [n Luis
. Ky., in May, 1Soa5, and] established
chur~ch Sjuth as distinct fr-er tha'.
.h. IB;shop Andre'v presided over
. j a:oference. After the <hvi.,ion of
.r. Nvthe-rn antd Siuthern Methodists.
Swas continued bishop of the church
-ith', an-d has been senior bishop since
d ~ ate. His p!ace of resider.ce was
h~e B:ftimore Conference of the Nortbern
F:. Church, have done honor to Jhein.
*-es by the passage, unanimnously, of a
mu:e to the memory of the deceased, which
*- c-oles with the Churcb S.>uth, in her
mFhv i.t the letter P. like a selfish
Gene*_g News ItemE
London has ten thousand attorneys.
Small-ptx is epidemic Ia London.
Hyacinthe denie the validity of the Pope's
Encyclical and -Syllais,
The Third Unitcd States Artillery are to
have their headquarters at Charleston.
The lines of the Western Union Telegraph
Company have been extended to Beaufort.
New ilmp,lilre felt the shock of an earth
quake on Suod.y night last.
The Rothschilds of Europe are worth S500,
000,000. "Think of it" for a minute!
The Chinese dynasty Is rapidly declining.
A revolt of great magnitude prevails.
Sixty thoniand horses were ea:en in Paris
during the siege.
The grand jury have again found a true
bill ag.tinst C. C. Bowen for bigamy.
Mr. Seegers will sell Ice at 1 cents per lb.,
If taken for the seasou.
The Paris theatres are to open again as
soon as gas can be obtained.
Two negroes were killed in a riot at Buf
falo Gap, Va . on !uesday night.
There is a severe water famine in P- fland,
97 out of every 100 children go to school in
Grass is 4 inches high in the valley of
Some one has drawn $10,000 in the Neva,
Advices from Sakatchnwen state th:
2,000 Indians have died of confluent small
There are 2>,000 widows, and 120,000 fa
therless children in Germany. Heaven only
knows how many there are in France.
The control of the Paris police has been
placed in the han-s of the Minister of the In
The President i< anxious to have the San
Domingo que4tion settled, and Is opposed to
the early adjournment of Congress.
D. C. Peixoto & Son, of Columbia, are
about to engage in the manufacture of brooms
on a large scale.
The municiD d elcetions in Portland and
Bath, elect Rvpnblican Mavors. Rockland
and Saco, elect D.mvcratic Mayors.
The se!-tion of Congress will be indefnitely
prolonged, and a bi1l hias been introduced
abolishing the income t.tx.
San Jose, California, contributed $1500
in gold coin to the cause of the suffering
The Missouri Lgilature will make adul
tery a penal act and the only sufficient cause
The Germ-ns of Charleston celebrated the
eonclu'ion of peace on the 8th March, in
gr.;ndbiy:e, with much lager.
The Steanship Mistress, of the Sea fonn
dered in the ocean. Seventeen lives were
The Keowee Courier reports snow, wird
and rain, mixed wi:h sun:,hine on Monday,
The South Pacific Railroad has become a
law, and its natne has been ch.nged to the
Texas Pacific Railroad.
Messrs. J. H. & M. L. Kinard. glass-front
men, have a patent wood shade, which is
said to be just the wrinkle.
The ctim of $113.120 has been subscribed I
in New York for thi relief of the French btlf
Minister Washburne. and abo the London
French re!ief committee, state tha more
money is w.n:ed for the French sufferers 1w.
Neil Warner, of the Bard Cold, is going to
Australia for a S' akespenrian season. It
Isn't so wheezy to be a tragedian out there
as some think.
A bill has been brought before Congress
which proposes to deal summarily with all
Federal ofiicials,-civil, m ilitary or naval,
who use intoxicating liquor. Good.
The Democrats of r emines, Iowa, have
elete.l a Mayor, Treasurer and Marshail,
over the usual republican majority of five
A German who went to hear Nilsson, says
he does not like her l,ecause she isso tall and
thin. He wants a singer who looks like a "fed
der bed mit a string tied round der mIddle."
The Poape laments the occurrence of tIre
Franco-Prussian war, and expresses his grat
itude for tihe devorion to himself and to the
Church of the whole Catholic world.
It Is believed bay those who imagine they
know, that there will soon be civil war in
France, and that that portion of Germany
ceded to France will soon be deserted.
In the municipal elections,the Republicans
carry Elmira. Rtochaester, P'oaghke-epsie, Au
brn andl New Ilartfo,rd. The Democrats
cary Utica, Troy, Waterville, Rome and
In 3Mobile, Ala., a man married, last week .
his seventh wife, a Mexican, having previ
ousiy been united to German. Fis-eh, Ena
ish, Dutch, Ir i-h anad A merican women, all
of whom d.ed.
The ways of society are vat ions. Two la
dies who reside near e:act <>ther on Fifth Ave
nue, New York. have exchange-d calls and
invitations for six years, and yet have never
Mr. Hleise, confectioner of Columbia, Is
engaged in the mna'nufacture ot bomb shaells.
The Inside is filled! with apple. If he will
shoot one as far as Newberrv we will sit in
judgment over it.
On Mt. Washigton recently, with the
thermometor at 40 d.g. below zero. there
was a witad with the velecity of 90 miles an
hour-a comabinLation unknown even in the
metoro!egtcal re-gioans of the Arctic.
A company of the 18 h U. S. Infantry
hve gone to Chester ti quiet the disturbanc-e
thert 'lte diffIculhy commenncedl about two
wekU ago, and the tl:a tmage so far has been
sliht, one Ku Klux being wounde I.
Deputy U. S. Marrsharl, W. A Looper, and
Zachariah YounL', a blockatde runner, shot
each other dead in Picns, Marcih 34. Loop
er was in the .act ofi m.aking a search for con
The mob in Paris, is at present almost wild
with excitement. and the~ nauioritics appear
toweress to prevenat thae sp,re;ad of the threat
ened revotaionary spirit. 'I he mob Is In
possession of a large qaantity of arms and
"Gaily the trouh:ador,"-the crusade of
the 19th cntury a to move from the East.
he G;reek Chaurch agaitnst Turkey. The
Crescent is to be drivett across the iBospho
os, and the crow~ planted upon the mina
rets of St. Sophila.
The spin<tera of illinoais have formed a so
ciety to prohibit "ki,sinig lefore nma:riage."
This is a virtual abli tiona of osenlaation alto
gether. for if contemporaaeau, chronlies be
true, there Is vet y lit tle kissing after m:ar
riae in that S:are--at least us far as hus
bands are concerned.
Robertson itn'ruced a h,i:i releaing from
the disabilities impalo,ed byv thte fourteenth
namedmenit. all pes.,rn< except those who
hve been menmbers of Contgress, officers of
the army andI n.avy who, are uaove 21 years
of age, who abattalotied places to aid the re,
telin, anid thoase who, were moemtbers oef the
State Conventcion, n~ ho vaoted in farvor of ac
In the House of Lo'rdk, thec M arquis of Salis
bury a'.tacked the foreiga poiney of the Gov -
erment, sho,,.ing that fe-eign ptowers were
all crntemptuouas Ina theIr trnreaner toward
England. i'ausdla hal dlarend England's
aid In negotia tig pte:cet With Firantce, and
Rusia had repudlrate-I obbalganrons solemnly
agreed to at the end! or the ( aimfeanr war.
These Insults he placed in co.ntrast with
guarantees whicla Englanda was party to, and
therefrom he dedutcedI thte dee.ay of her inter
Loapov, 31arch 5 --The Times announces
the follo-siog elisages ine the Minaistry : Right
Ho, Gleorga L5 (;o.schen succeeds Right
io, Hugh C E Chlrders, as fir-t Lord of
the Admiralty. Sigia Uaon. .Ieames Stansfeld,
suceds Goschzen, as pre-ddent of the Poor
Law Based. W. E. 3i:er succeeds Stans
feid as oca of the- .Joint Secaq:airies of the
Treasury, and George .1. S-hiaw Leferre, at
prat the Secretaryv for tire Home D)epart
ment,snausik;xtr, as &eretagj a the
Ta MoNittatr Vtsivoa, published by F.
E D)urhee, E.sq., the en:erprising pubJNsber
of the gefeyee. is received. This number,
the second, is well fi:e, ad quite interest
ing. We recommuend tihe visttor from the
city by the sea, old Chaarleston. to our nu
merous readers. It i< ony 5) ets, a year.
S..i.it ition r, al at this imrie.
The Ms-er Afar.
So far as we can learn froin gentlemtlen
who have coine froin above, the late
shooting and killing of soie seven or
:ight negroes in Chester County, bap
pened in this way. A considerable body
of outlaw-negroes had t-iken offensive
podtion and fortified themselves. Upon a
this becoming known, a body of white
nen collected and proceeded to hint a
them up, for the purpose of ascertaining larg
what they wanted, and if possible to get of f
them to disperse. While thus engaged,
five of these men acting as the advance JiLs
sudenly found themselves inl the irnme riet
idate vicinity of the negro camp, an.
were fired upon with11ut the privilege of C
speaking. Ue of them was severely V;te
%ondi.ied in the thigh, and since has had
his leg arm tatd, and a horse wa- pie
kiih-d. The main bodv comling up, the C
po-ition was sirroiwidA and an iridis retu
criminate firing oi hoth siles took place. No
The negroes broke in every direction i the
a short tirn", and soon not (oe was to b i
s:en. In the short engignent sormet
seven or eight negroes were ki:led, it is ear
said. Since which time nothing more
h .s been heard of the colorld militia. sho
The Legislature. and
After pnsing aid ratifying a large nim- and
her of hills, act, arid joint reso!ations, all i
niaking of valedictory speechr!a, imbihitioii',
mitual admiration, &e., the legislatorn ad- L
jou:ned minius their milleage. The tullow. Sir
ing was the closing busine-s :
The bill creating a sterling funded debt Noi
came up for final pass :ge in the afiernoon Wo
Whittemore offtred SLveral atIjenIdiUcois,
whch were invariably voted down. nt
The remainder of the calendar was post- dets
poned ti:l the next se,;,ion. wh
The following rezolutioDs were adopted in i
By Mr. Wilkes, to call upon the President p
of the United States to protect the livez, lih
erty and property of the 1eople of the S:ate, Y
anl for troop. to Fecure that end, wl.ioh af pla
ter debate, was pas4ed. har
Mr. Whipper introduced a reso!ution.
stting that whereas the Governor has, im th.
hi.; wisdom, vetoed the bill for an appro- cor
pria4tion for the payment of the per diem rand is
mile:ge of the members of the Geiernil AQ tha
sembly. that a committee of three on tie p:rt
o~the House, and-on the part of the Senate. ag
be appointed to wait on the Governor and
see what arangements caa lie made. This
resolution was concurred in the Senate. cat
Mr. Whipper alko introduced it resointion son
that the speaker be allowed 51000 for hi Po
able and efflcient ,ervices in presiding over
the deliberations of the Ilouse Adbipted. P4
The Senate amendment to the bill cre.iting hu
a sterling funded deit. redciniig the board of sigi
commissioners; to tie Governor, comptroller- ten
general, attoiney general and State treaurer
and secretary, was discussed in the Ilouse ne
during the evening session and adopted. nes
-Cor. Chir. NXe:'.
TIHE IRISH WORLD -We have rcceived Tar
a copy of a new-;paper of the above naime. tisi
pihiished in Boston. It is a large er:ht
pa-ge journal, und contains 48 cohimns gf tim
reading n112i1er. As an orgin of thought, it le
las :I!re::dy acqtiired even an European repti- q
tation; and is recognized by the press of
. eric. , of elad.rnd En-lnI_d a . _nding an
first t,.'' kind in tire l'n:tedi Siates. As a hig
hce ot *.. '. it iS, irs its namrre purports, tier
a condensed weck:y iitory of thre wvorln-d
that is of theC I.h,h worr.-and whe.re ov er,
tre earth are biislntPeu rnot to be ,2:'rd ?) ' ilt<
hief Editor is thre Hon. W. E. R~obinoi. late
Member of Congrress,--whro has so di,tie
guihed himself for hri, persi,tenrt oppy.ition Ch.
to 'he arrogairt prCeens)ion of Erngh:r:d. ut ;e
all times arnd in al plaices. Tire brish World
hs a nrnrvei of enrenpness-<mity a ao per Ci.
ear. Three per-one, by elubbhinig together, iris
can have tire piaper senrt no one add.c,s for ifv
6 for one yeair. Thue Editors irnvite persons '
to send on for Specimin Cirpics, Free. The YI
St Patrick's day inumbner wil have a r.plen. abt
did illustration of tire Grand l'rn,ces.ion five hai
miles long, marching thruou:;h New York A maa
rtiilinig storv is to lbe cormimenced art abonmt
that rtime. 'Adress-'The Irish Worl," cal
22 School St , Bistin. I
Darm.:, Marceh i.-Then Jorur:-.r sav al to
hie Frenh olicers arnd nil privrtces 6f rhe tIre
l or ile runard, prisoieris ini Germnyn, wiia in
return 3loiiday to their I.omnes, if threy to 'ror
iesire, at the-ir on ii cot. Sirhliers of the. "H<
line anrd the I:nrperial Gruard will remrain torm
until arrangneents for thieir tranrportat ioneg
Romr:, Mareb 7.-Tre Pope iris hl-d ' l
ecrt consistory, in w ich ire dliveredi barIC
hlocuion of considlerab!le length. Thihr
Rolyr Faviher, in iris aud tess to lire ('urdinarl, ani
artcked rhlemootivesarndacts of lie fathlensof witl
tre recenrt Italiann eveintS, aii panrticuliarly the us.
ccupation of RI orm, and rrje's mire gruarani
tees of hii s .pi rual piower p,rooied byr ai bill Sci
rcenly l puised by thie I .irnr Pl'rriiamenit S
ie also lamnents tire orerrnrce o,f tire Firn- gre:
coPrissiran war, arid exprees.-s iris grari- Il
rmde for the dervot to i-rrlf an id thei lest
Churchei of lire wh bole Ca thoie world. forne
W~ASu c-rTos, M:ieh 9 -Thre rinderrpest
prevails in the vicinity of Lille and l)rruay. "it',
Tre smna!!,porx is inrcreasing in England. thra
A number of old bills were re-introdued. elle
clrlin roe to inercrprate br:rmches of liree
F'exas l'acific Itarilwry Compuny, under the.
name ot' lihe Northl Carrolina Extension id.ni- h"
way Company-tire companies to he consoi- Y
iatd re tihe Eastern rand Western Nirth thir
Crrina Rarilrrord, the Wilmington, Chair-b
lotte arid lirtherrfonrd ihni'rrmsl, arid the Spair-a
tanurrg and Union Ibilroaud, oif Sriuth Caroi- tillh
tuna; tire purpose beiing io estrrblish contin- Air
uus railway comrrmuricjalti fromn Newhrern, got
W ilningtrtonnt n hrrresti'n, via Ashevile.
North Caro'inar, and Duckiown, T1enne'-ee, abi
to Clevenlanrd, lreece, or IDalion, Geoirr, "
and tor San I iego, Califrni. A N<o. reviving sai
the grn t of amri to No' thr L.oi< irna and
'exs, tire object bhinlg to coinnet Vicks-we
hug with tire Texas P acific( I:-ir mid. AlIso, the
ncorporting tire Shreveport aind lied Rrvrr tiati
[mprovmert Comrpany AIso , creating yn
Shreveport a port of declivery.
Cl. Ge'rge Tilmni, of E igefl di i Caysv:th
That agriculturists s-hroubl her eatit,I r make tire
tie labrrer payv for fire insirrance rrn arlI sir
>u'linigs ('n farome, frrom ther fact thant mi
there wouirld conii t. e to bre incrrenia.'rrim wir
- tire part of the nregrs unl is wi a n we.
rlnie ; in rotheir wrdrs thatr earrh latme no.,it
umnght. mt oince to insure harildinrgs, arnd whi
ir frtulre conrracrrts fo'r labrlrr, estimra'e r
he hire ait '0o mru'ch less thrai hre wouldi i',r
ther a ise mini mnr
Ther roie self -mr itiree aund geneiriu ,.ii
v3tion of tire Sisters if Chranrity rte liii
well shonu nin the famt thant mf frrty eigh tim
ladies cf tIhi order t- titing pinih. . .
ma :lilp rx pra:ients ini lIiertre l .i!pitl,
man rs, e:everr dietd, itrl nithata hein a ca!fli
as mader' orn otier, trr like them ir.thice t
thirt-tree imnmit:ely v;rh oteereud to ri
iirmsti , Marchn s.-intwas rtlici.r l'y prrr. il.n
l.niied to.riuy that thie Emnnperror'r' r(etuirn to fur
ilcrint situliibe obiserverd ias ar day of ihan.lI- wii
givirg thrroirghouit ithe ifatheirl. Thie
xct dlaaes not bneen fixedl. .Ni, pin rd
for morninig aill lie apporiitedi. TI. 1Et
eror ini person will oper tire Rhih;:a!n nr
tie 21st instannt.
Woon's IInvsEttOLt 3AGAtNE' for f
5arch,* conrtairrnnmusic, choice talies, poe'trv and
and other good thrinres in gr.-:rt variety. ir is on
only $1 a year. and is as chean as gnoo.
Publisedl by S. S. Wno-, Newbuirnh, N. Y. sOn
Subscriptions received at this o.tficc.de
Cotrtrnta, March 8.-An engrine on T1lu
tire right tranin on' thre Charlirtte ronrd w::s av
-rippled last nright near Roc k flill, Ches-. at
er ou)rnty, by stakes drive, between tr
ta tracks. by unk'nownr panties. 'fie in
paso gr5 gpt off thre train and refused ag
to go m'y further. a
-- --+e+- its <
The frabirins arne now conming from~
Vice-President, A. L. Ti ler, of the S. I tu
t. R., are we indebted for the favor of an m
nual" for the current year. at
ACKER'S POST.- ) soon,r is the box
ed around the tree in. front of Packer's br
io, than he puints it for conversion iofr
uE lessees of the new hall have appointed w
omniittee to wait upon our citizens at cI
'e for subscriptions to cover the expense w
arnishing suitable appointments. m
It :NKs -We are uder obligation to Mr. c
Packer, pTprietor of the handsome va- o
store under the hotel, for a couple of. t
t and preiiy firescreen p ters. Mr. '. el
ps vey mauv useful and iocessarv arti- t
for sale, all -,* which the public a:e in, u
d to examine.
PLEAStG A.x ZCxL T.--WC art!
-cd .1o) make the announcemenit that
r. MeFall, of tht firm of MFall & Pool, '
rned on Monday last from the great
thern markets, for tbe ladie< are all on ti
qui vive for something new and hand
w. Now they will be grat fled.
OLDEN APP.E IN SILVER PICTURE.- b.
nd words are the brighteNt flowers of S(
:h's existence; they make avery paradise T
the humblest home that the world can a
w. Use them, and especially round the li
side circle. They are jewelsbeyond price, w
more precious to heal the wounded heart, el
make the weighed-down spiritglad, than b
he other blessings the world can give." Tr
engn.ck, Sell & Foster, No. 27 Hayne
et, Charleston, S. C., are importers of
ite Goods, Hosiery, Gloves,Fdncy Goods, e
ions, Small Wares, Ladies' Coverings,
rsted Goods, L:tces, Trimmed IIats, Nin
Milincry and Straw Goods, of every Y,
crip:ion. iis house does an exten.,ive fi
>lcsale business with the mtecbants of 5
State, Georgi:i, Florida an] Alabama.
ACIFIC INSUI.ANCE CO3tPA NT.--Our ii
mug friend, 'Thos. S. Moorman,i has had h
red on our office walls, a copy of the e
vsome five siorv palatial edIfice, in which -
San Frariisco Fire at d moariuc insuran, e r
tany does bu4ncss. Its capi:al, in;:old,
1,000,030 IIdivi.lnaliability. Jona- d
n flunt, President. 31r. Moorm:n is the i
nt at Nesiberry, for the "Pacific."
EW AUCTION IloUSE.-F. y reference to t
r, it will he seen ihat Messrs. J E. Peter
& Co., have taken possession of MNr. q
>'s elegant new store roor, for the pur- b
e of doing an anction and comnmiion
ine-s. They have now in store a con- i
ment of goods, to which they invite at- h1
tion. Success attend the efforts of the 1
v firm. Newbt-rry should support a busi- o
s of this kind, and do it well.
ICTORIA BItTTEtS.-Messrs. 31otic & S'
Tint, driggists and chemists, are adver '
ng the V;ctoria To:,ie, which for some o
e past h:s been g;o" irg into consider- i
r-pite, for its wel!-krown anti-dysp(ptic
liticz. In chills and 11ver, billiousness, \
z gneril i!,rbility, this tonic is prononne'ed 61
ly efficacion'. Pre'pared bty these ta- t
nu. from the purest ands sifest ing.n:2- a
its, the Vie:orias U:ttrs inist soon grow t
1f:: N:.:nany1 P,ooK Srorn.-Mr. Jolnhn
1'man has on hat.d an elegnnt assort- f~
it of Sii-celhtteona liooks-]Historical,
et,. .b'houltil nd'Toy lIooks. Amonig if
o desire to eniarge yonr hsbrarf, itil u
r mind and refresh your memnory wuis -
it.the histor:ins,audhors,p,oets cnd divin's o
e (lone, 0or ire doiog, call at Mr. Cha p-d
li e also supp'ies the current pier'odi, te
literature of te day. I
HE lhErrHEN CuI-:E.--The Wi!miej '
,Sar s:.y., "'T:e Ctiin"se celebsrate all t
r. holid:iys by patying th'eir dfeb:s, forgziv, tI
their' enemsie., and shakng hsands'.all ,
d. So that, itn one respect, at least, the il
then Chtinee," ha.s one e'xcellent':en--~ o
,very- confortmable to true Christ'.t:t print- P
orhy of' commenda.tion, and an exam-o
the following of which woul lie rate
pinss. We protpose a gr.mid hioliday,0
protmise on otur part to shake h:mnd
a every m-n who will pay tip his ducs to t
ie who c:in comnpose a cror,s b::hty is t
ater thatn she whor can compose books. ui
you want to ple.ase a newstpper m:tn,t
at the art of' masking a long story short b- ,
calling on h im.
lady wishes some one woui invent a
-omeer,' toa ittachef to men's pedals, so t
t niives may deterinen the i. st::ice- tray
d y the'ir husbands when tihey waint to Is
s step down to the post offie"' of ati eve
g .Johnt has lieen savying Ott tlate.
oung ladies will be delighted tos ktnow
ta compattion to thes song, ''Oh give me
k bitt yesterd.ty," will soon lie i"sild en:
tI, '"Oh, couald yout spaire to'-norrow ?'' h
I that this will he I'ol!.swed by 'yott haitn't
sch iaI tug as it Ieche of ttext week o
ut you, hta'e y-rm ?''"
hope youi will lie nbie! to stupport me,"
ia younig I.uly wile waldkng out latt
k with Johni, dlurinig a slippery state oif' n
jie-walk. "Why-ay-ye"s,'' sid the besi- ~
g lover, "wvith a little .tsistanice f'romt i
ie stormti tiam signai:l is'rviert ndliptedi byi
;.vrnmeni't is patlin ithetl t mi efe w itha
we-athe'r. ( hi the prinile the' nmte it i
red up the wiir,e it will be, wet are hiavitng
re stiii ny wea'ithesr than itslde,intib!c. (bit'
thiv.pohst t.tstert say" tha'. thei t'iik of the
ihir sheh1 be' ia veryr c'areful tnt, iandta
gi vent to catchf itt sand replort every idleIt
specr of thie bit'r z.
herei" i- a lily nowii livitng ini Gren'v i"c
tel er huit!me:l with fouisr se':S -'o twot
d the aigoisy 'n thi.t hii,btand all it oe
ut itiel, hows~ tifor'tu:i.ate woid: hav'e been' i
tistitm :i lksr'e up; .ippear .i.nes,s. ev tow
then*: fhe h i, bee b'iiies.e'l with at mimte a
d atnd a gosi I ina,i j sl..ing.' by~ he ,:iv t
i,hl ian exprejiinoadtirat.,t. iot for the
bu'ak Tatin ayi of' witman: Sli'e:can I
e of hiome' a htt!e lie sv'en or a little hell
ess c ipitasl that iany othier huiiine'ss i-an ti
-arried tin. I
he utsu.d cry itn prociaiming the hiatry
n on sentry dluty', is "'IlaIf-part t is'clock
all's well! b' ut the Ihatchttatn, who was j
luty, had forgotten thes pr'tei-e wosrds. ah
g out, at the top of his voice:' ".\ore ash
o'clock, atid all is better ash got!"
Fo.Eft F.nBIY" iS the itiique tit;e of a new
st:t. d I'smitty h.aper, te tirtt rsinmb'r of
i we findi amonitg our e'xchiaige' thit wee-k.
publihied by Henry i1. Sa:e. l'uffalo. .s. Y..
11.50 per year. As its r:ani.e imphie's it cen
s interesting ma'ttsr for eve'ryt>ody. It is ti
iy priinted on titited paper, ant.d haidsomely I
cltre, humor aad burietque, all find au a
opriate place in its broad pages. at as a i
ihy paperit tills a full mesasure. Agents for(
:irculation are isated. to whom lit.eral comn
iatm, witt h'e eiuven. while to itcrih era
dome anid va .sle prize's are efered. For P
KALEIDosCoPIC AND VEwLCIEDIC- 21.
acie, darling, get up, and hasten your ma- Ce
tinal labors that we may practically de- i
>nstrate the lesson I gave you yester even, bd
out "the sun and air, and the all absorl . SI
, earth." Mount your tricycle and I shall .
ing my velocipedi to your side for a re- pr
shing ride through the urbs of our pleas- V
t village. It is now four and at five, .a
e the slumbers of our citizens are broken,
o vill have made the circuit of our town. br
all we take a trip through bridalville? or
)uld you prefer t!:e avenue leading to Rose- m
nt Cenicery, that we may de,cribe a cir- b
around the college? There, now, by dr
i.erving this a,ldi:ional sp-itg attached
votir machine, yuu can have momentum M
11ngh to ea;ily a-cend an ordinary eleva- fr
)>S awd .uflleient break for a graceful,grad- x
1 dleseent. Now let us dash along, and as A
drink in the inspiring air I shall try to re
.c voubyia litle diserrsive chat and reflec
>ns tn passan.. Gracie, what charming s
oonlight nights weic with as last week ! tl
d you see a mellow mist around the moon w
I a recent occsion? Some say it augurs al
e approach of a cyclone. The storm and w
gnal service opens for us another avenue 0%
the broad domain of physical science, and (1
r it we shall come to forecaste the unfore% fr
en events in the womb of the elements. e
jcre is a grand march of science. and by 41
id by when we shall have learned that a at
e of active, instant f.tith is the last link
hich is to encircle the world with truth's IS
ctric belt, we shall ascend to an higher, t.
-OAder, purer phine, where the science of
in must unfold to us the principles and
enomena of all worlds in their develop- is
ent, unity and har:tonv. We shall trace is
u-e and t ffeet. learn ofdaal e-xistences, the Si
inity of our being, &c But I was speaking -
the light of the moon and thought to tell 1l
)n that some, evenings ago 1 witnessed a Vt
-autiful %cene, nonie other than the poetic m
ure mentioned in St E!mo: "Cleopatra g
valowing her pearl." It as thli, Gracie; ol
black clpu.l curtained the arc of the West
-n sky. and upon its fringe, the evening star n
tremulon bearnty an instant sat. We hvave
,d several charMiing sunset scenes of late,
l while wotrchiiig on a recent Saturday at
e the evne-vent lights und shalows di.;- th
lve into the gloanming, I wondered if I was ht
a a-; faitiless. in other sense,, as that bar- di
ric tribe which' dielt at the ba-e of a na
riuntain, and who, everv time the sun went
r>%n on the other side. altho' they had seen
ri,e el.y hv day as the seasons rolled by.
'uhl se tip a pitl oi howl. never believing
,it it would coeiinva a: on the morrow. But
ie nn which returned to us on the Sabba h
oriting which fol'owed that Saturday night at
ured it. fllI of lhtrlr through a cloudless s
cy, and lit up an enchantment. The blue- or
iri., that give as so touching a lescon 1
b.ut their little "homes without hands,"
e converse of whih is, how beautiful can dl
mes be made where. husy fingers ply and st
arvly VoireA minigle, were cheerily mating 1
rn.nig the crooning branches of the weird
d treez. and under the prettily-variegated
los-oms of the pench and the plum.
hen upon the modest little violet that
:Id erstwhile burst its earth-encrusted
iroud, there smiled a dew,drop-beautiful
apti-mnl of nature and type of the eternal -
iring-time. And to all this voiceless anthem st
r nature, the churoh bells chimed a charm, S
Lg chorus. But there is "another home"
Ile without hands, about which, if life is
in'evil t , to--morrow evening we -hall speak. P(
hbut treet is tiis-did von ask? I am not
re whicti is its :ane. but it is Friend or Lady- in
atth arc' pretty: mind sperakitng of 'ames, isi it not te
rounge t hat somen sta homely are chosen for men
nitting. anud stales anad townrs, whilst hand
me anid expressive oneasinre abundant? By g
e way, winder. it' we entit have our tiretessj
arhall do an ounce or two more of head- o.
o k. iy getting our wrile awake council to allow ei
m to inave the nimes of the streetsq painted on SI
e ct-reers. anid by ere'ctinmg brig~ht lamps in st
ot of' our churchee, public buildinags. &c. But g
.n hiavet struck the rock pavement. be steady.
r ase vet there are several little aneularities in
which the ladies comiplaitn of, but no donibta "'~
aneniig matchtie c'tn d be tinveted stoutenougth
shave them tdown. Tis is whsere 'he men
-d to con:e tfor the m1ils, the toflce, having no
li'eri' tor fetele, a< y'ou harve seen in a larger Cd
v, of course th~e lad-es ennanot call for their nc
en raters. Tot be ntb'e to cotmiicate with Ti
stant i,.2d5, Grace, is ai boon ead privilat
at ne someti.. " f.t to appreciate Who :.
Ithe paiins at'd I itSes that uttach tondelayed
tiers-boh of negI.tene. atd irregularity! I
vef. beive' wous,ded the hiearas 'f dear friends Ci
fon:ishly suppnsintg the.re was a .. -orrow C,
r my correspoidenice! But defeats lean ou Fl51
ate'succe-', and althoau;;h we c.ennot blot out
e praat. yet we catn pront by our experiences, to
,r you know setne one hia said "sweet are the by
ei tt'adierrity,' aid aga ii, "from the nettle Pi
tger pluck lthe f iwer staety." You will re- A
emiter n poinat of gre'at hai,tor.cal momnent, and
te ini nlhc. b;.,ry has beena re'peated : Prusa.
ottng by thes <v'rn hlinag results of the bat
eoJa':.m. itn whica.h the t.reat k ing fled the field
"roua ard ruin, on which the renowned Duke il
Brut:swick f:atally fell, nd all wa.; lost, a thmea
'orous Fret cha Eagle soanred above the splendid
pit'l Ilt"ri. tt-tdy r.t:nds forth in the vtiat
empire, the proutdist of them't al . a-d th:i
in"t shet has re-achedi ther:t-e of1 th ' depth of
tl Prustia's fi.ar has bieen plhantedt uponi
it i-:t tements- of l'.rie. Al lirave *a C.igtt ttt their
itincts tatda simpurrhi'-mine a e ithtitheI
n.rtc IFtnch ata ni't with the K:aiser Kiing.
rms"vec. trte to the geius of their idliom. if
cir hoaaneneotus eim--nis. :heir tradit ions and:l
nir prestige, tiri, to hop1e that in Goal's ;goode pr
me. ,t,a in ti e "ays oft lair'' ovie..Ce, n.ee the s'a
ei taf a crusheat Truth 'erminuate ihr glorious se
uitage'. iut thei Ides ttf Mtarh tbe upon us to- y
i'. "Wii it till to-morrow ail the lon:test day -f
it h tve pnanetd away." We were speakinigo
lettr- and the paost olBce. Aye. let ters from 5t'
mit triei.ds aire treasurtes. which we'yhould right- ce
stimate ard duly httnor. The po-tv-affice las of
ea remoitved and a tidy little grocery takes its hr
race, aid which is presidled over by the Senior fa
rutber ot the tir - -Lovetace and Wheeler. pret
nam and sug:testive nnam a to begin with, for
.inth-mf-. Trhis store is a braneh of the house
p the street. Anid these unique signs which
ratcefutli coinfron,t e:ach oilier atlmo't diagonally
aint the way to drug s'ttres who<e interior
'irks grow d'ay by day in uti'ity aid orniamen- V
tioi. Thecse genatleuien of' thte drug persuasioc ~
ae level her ds atnd a right :lfectlota, fair tne by
te Icy letad satme f'air thadv trans ciupid tao h'- I
rn at.d tome. Atid up the. in that ha.useofthe
rnainetal wotrk, a IthotughiWoler is d '-ud (peace
>his enutedi bhade! a WVisemtan lies, to "de a
r the ai.ailow ete the subastanace fadle." I
mtu'd like to te'll von rsomtething abount the little ti
ptles aofI lt t in the-Ir wavt'-like ma,'ionas as they al
a' ttrinakeup itbe greatsuat picture of the im
imt t:ul I);aguerre,. but wie mut htatent an to the te
retrne. sonme leashaut d:cv. pera'hr,a' all thing,a
ra'rible. wen ,ita!N call upa'saiMr. Wisemnan for a ra
rat and a ticturec. I ler tI-e Itetasra 3i.'s dute it
r ytnde'r dha 'a tu aaote that all the gtetteen
hit ii he i m nd ctaceraas thutt I hatea spoken,bave ui
a.r t. ,weet. chat miaa-i names ta. f.all a-irs-p with,
tud not like thle tnmerans tnta at certaint '
e il mat ge'nt wivtch tnt" a'a lion:r. circuitous and li,
'evy that ii wets tetiet be' i'unin't r'i'e ine the
irintg fto tith'teet exhaau-tio.' MI on tbuslaine in
ites nart' gaidat Is al the hIl toe devoated'a to
u' ttn..r.. I lhe hiall comminittera hase arraugeet P
ar tte subt-tettig. anda f'ur thei t'raetiatm of a ei
a wuate. &c. it i.s a pity thast the saoitte
rrrang'sent"sit teot t.ette'r Tl'a tetd the tie- Al
-ci tat tn teaw cet'it.g. It staiubt havee tbeen let
paee sanda ecied taon lee ruhlers .te'r tuni.h Ia
ra.t rit I C hat tis h teth uvitenue -- to e shalied.it t,
utat hei k't g atat w k wit Inoet te c,..tnh te unetil rthe
.ae--nt b,aaea.-l Sawi at cow reraitcit her- '
-11 .e ta e o' athe aa 'esrte'rdlay W'ell, aiai tve,eed
eaanlien the?ht of , the expia inag an'trona nettt the
a e"a ala, iii. we' bte bud laa a atite tn' hiiealth t
tlriein ni' atthe t io;tt'' wh er,- mainttina -p endt
Spnn,tit a' tea tat tinei title at ttht. aid*
nrthe' ru.lag ,rt the -utn lte tal t.a'eng very ri
tnta'ea h . n, twre':v andt fouar llire te's-e thr'e
er-'t.t. a.in ho ti:are' taey -: i.e't'a.e't tancle J . ra
at' laat itar'h l tg mttemlwer tat' ta ith family,
ant Silr. . nhe h atiet mnie sire a?tronce telts
-, a iI ut t e tt tyatiher, natid tnt eax-otlcial.who l'
eath ii ta . ,t a', .1 tmege'a"ver 't couert. where
>f m ala' deet' ques'atiins slietg. (t raca'. con- 0
alit'en tt . aie' -aistat little' mtinors,. liket -
;:12to . A la,o..s. I b iato r'einatmaer tihe le's
ta vo iten'dt the iate liaytt aboutt '"the streanger. p
w t ite,rht-" and theai idol-' Weltl, ithj a
a,' tttiwis iati tetiredi witih the well-dlone of' the,
coptle. hIatt thuese genti;emenn tare l.turativet, the a
a t iv bilnia, i. e., t bey catch that morning hours it
e't.t:e they -tap away. Ii i. recordied ul'one thilat
e taste'a. ed the sinm tonguei~ at -ix, and anuother
aths -iti year. t (h:atterton it Is satid.
it t tiha at a' ight'een lie haid wri-ten his
tier ettrs anid tir sa nothing better thtan death
w tut htavea vou naid parecocitv attat miacanthro
v ; end. w;t h' thie haoet paurue tie "ev'in tenor of F
air way" bay taakinag haste slowly. Now, my ,
a~r Ieaioci peale, please tell sme the mnaning of
rat woird kh-tptomfaaiai' whtich you usedi in the Ii(
-manif tt ine last night, but were calted to some
?ther little dusty befo'tre yotu li.i titme to let me
nows mot.re abaout it. Kileptotmr.nia, itn common a
r*rriance, in. the act aol ,-tealineg. Wheasn a rich e:
etsson paar.nesvs him-elf of the goods of a poor a
ersoni t :I somtrtimesa called klepaomsaai i. But I .
itn't thaink there is any kteptomnatua in the
outh, The're are no rich maen. T.ixation, legia- I.<
ation and stea loge havs taken everything, and q
is proposedt that. in view of the internal. exter-c
at and inf'ernal list of taxes, that every man
take an inventory of his eff cts, aud give up has Ia
icket book, with'all he extects to make during o
:c time the present regime and legisha-teef ti
esembl !with some honorable exceptional re
talc in power. You are ten years old, to-day,
race. and there is but one lesson 1 would im- Iti
ress upon ycurrmind: In the time that may be
ef'ore you xrvza make a promise. but try to
triorm much. and more than you think of do
I well, and yet, through an overplus of care or
ser causes, fail to do the one, you will receive
isure for the one and no praise for the ninety
3e. At fr-t blush it would appear that some of
r words to one of your yearsare rather obscure,
t I shail proceed to give an account of the
lb that is in me: Excelsior should be oar zmot
"from the cradle to the grave." and instead ol
il ing time," we should work out the great
ablem of its redemption by an instant uwe ofall
,-d words and wooks. So, as language is your
'te. and much of it comes unbidden, just like
ne pleasant friend that you are not thiuking
atd who leaves a happy memory. the pictures
Il retori to you "after many days" in all their
ighter colors and you will wonder in what
of ciime yi.u hart -een them.-only be an
rnest li-tener: and don't try to charge your
i:d. alter von have heard and seen them well.
t let them fiv away. for they will come back
ain ike i he sen. Now, if I have appeared
mult .ry, and wanting in sparkle or vivacity.
u mnst attribute it to the fact that for several
ihts I have been waiting and watching with
ey and Belle and Blanche. who have suffered
m the prevaiing catarrhal co2gh or croup,
thanks to a kind Providence. and Dr. TuSt'
pectoraut, I left them a while ago with a moisl
in and in a gentle slumber. We have reached
me. Au Ryvota.
WHAT IS A- EITo?-Some one an
rers this question thus: "Why, he is
e man who reads the newspaper .
rites articles on any subject, talks to
I who call, lined for a hundred things
hich nre noAdy's husinees but his
rn, helps peope to get into office,
ho forget a1l aLboIut it afterward,) nid
quenetly gets chented out of half his
riiings. le w-rks and does more tin
ild up i toxii than any other body,
d the fogies are berefitted thereby
t they will say that the editor's paper
of no account, will not advertise o
ke the paper, but will borrow it. Whc
uld't be an editor ?"
- 0' 0
Gen. Bourbaki, a correspondent writes,
as w0odroiis swordsman, and often. ii
psd, performs the feat with whii
r Walter Scot t rendered Saladins famous
-aving 3 !ilk handkerchi.f on tht
ade of his scimitar and shredding it ir
ro with an almost imperceptible move
ent of the airm. It is said that, Gen
1111rbaki can even exceed the dexte-riti
Musa, the Saracen Chief, made so re
)wied by Lord L.tton.
The present Company bought the Greenvi!'
id Columbia Railroad for something les
,in three hundred thousand; they have sine<
en offered cix hkndred and fifty rhsnani
illars for their interest in the Sou'h Caro::
E S. C.. March 14.-Cotton 12J.
CoLUMns.., Merch 14 -Cotton 1 a 12]
Ltvsl-ooL. March I-Erening.-ottom qtie
id steady-uplands 71 a 71; O.eans i a 7,/
es 12.0mo baes.
Nz.w Youx. 31arch 13-7 P. H.-Cotton firtr
d offerings l14ht. %ith1 2;a!es of 4.441 bales, ai
CIAZ LESToN. 'Narclh 13 -ritton ruiot-mi'l
jogs 13 a 133; recei,ts 1.353 b:les; sales 3)t
A;ousTA. Ma-ch 13.-Cotte.'s clo-ed firm, al
} for mnidd Jng; a;ei 44> bales; receipts 6.
A Rare Chance-Beautiful Premium.
The Son'hern Press, -i large, elegant3
inted, literary :nd fire-side paper, and th
-wberry Herald, together wIth a fine, larg(
el engraving of either Gen. Lee or Gen
onevall Jackson, is offered to all new s:.b
ribers, for SG. The regular cost of both pa
:rs and engraving being $8.50.
To clabs of fly - the two papers and engrav
is offered at $53 50 each, and to clubs o
a at $5 each.
Cavassers can make a good thing now by
thung up clubs, as tot each cash sub.scriber
a club of no: less than ten, the ge tter ut
club or canvasser will be given a copy o
her engr.tving, Gen. R. E. Lee or Gen
onewall .Jackson. In other words, for ter
b-cribers he or she will giet ten engravings
'e of one and live of the olher.
Rmember that she engravings are of supe
>r merit. tf.
mis"MOD)E$TY HLATLI MO RE
arms than bean:y," but for this reason le
i modesty hide the virtue of Strxrsta l3T.
;as the great Tonic and Appetizer.
Mar. 15, 11-1t.
W'NO HIU.\BUGGING! NC
IEAING!-A pint bottle of Dr. Sage's
starh Remedy is prepared fiom oneC fil'n
u packasge, and the proprietor offers $.50
-case of Catarrh lie camnnot cure. Sola
drutiists or semt sixty cents to Dr R- V
rere, luflta-. N. Y., and reCceive it by mail
p.mph!ct free. Mar. 15, 11-It.
A,' s Dt~ISP t.a -No fiau1t circTe is cor
ste withoult a good singer. and la.'w is that t<
helped. stays one. whaeu no member et theC finm
has the gitt r hiere ii nothing easier. 'I
once to the store or Messrs. Chick & C:hick
d purchase one ot the ne'w Singer F"amily
ing Machines. the best machines made.
ae T IIE FU l'UR E PROSPEI'
r OF THE StaUrsH.'- l'here can he no doul,
t it wvoial c"ntrh'ste greately to the fu
r proweafrity o' tis we'rt inm of the Unios
.an' :amoia.t u- won!d turn their ener
s andi ea;irt,l m i ew ei'x t nnels of' enster
i.e ald his,in"' t'he ->d rossicsa aeTear,
they are worn aul erowdedi. lihize
' path through then woouds for yourself
ung man, andl voas will arrive at the goan
suc.ss aheall of your competitors. A
iking example of the value of this pre
t is found in the e ace of Mr. P P. ToalI.
Charleston, S. C , a plhiin mech anic, wh<
,s made himself she head of a large manu
try of doors, sashes and blinds.
Mar. 1, 9-1mI.
~CII ElRING FACTS FOF
r n.L.toes.-E'very day demonstrates mor<
tarly that liver comlplaIint, in all its dis
sig forme,. can be .ontrolled and care.
Lhot dihhiulty or inconsveiendce. It
obstinate dli:ae.se, but its ohstin:acyi
at proof agaiinst. the pertinacious, resie
ad and restorative' ope'ration of Ilostet
r's stomiacilh Ittters. That genial cori
tive comnpels the orga.n to do its duty
munst se-crete regsilarly and health InIl;
eder the insluencce of the Bitters, Thel
'ion brisgs it hack f'romn a state of relec
m into pe'rfiect hisrmony with the lawsc
sth. Ii thaere is costiv'eness, it diahy
'ars; if there is sidle-ache or back-ache,
-as if' the skins and the whites of the eye
etinge.'d withs sup'cferi:s bile, they recovt
,'ir inatiral bue; if' the appetite is goss
reurns; it the dige'sios is impaired, iti
-s.ore-d; in, brieft, wa lte'ver the syminptOl
the c'omsplaint imay hb', sand whatever th
,a-e it his -,ssums,ed. a core is certain
ach are the unsiform elf,-t.of this prept
.tson here' bilhonss di,ease Ihas becn
-ay de'velopmen'st ; bust in cases w-he
aere is mes,rely a conastituational teisdeiscy t
nr complaintt, it may prevented throngl
t life' by the regusar uts", iiin sal qu.a
i's, of ths psi!a atale ass:idote. Thsese a
roven facts, anid shoul be seriou-ly po:
red-or rather, they' shousld be promnpt
sted upon-by all persons of' billios hat
Mar 1, 9-ha.
By direct ion oh the will of Wasingto
loy'd deceased, andl by permsission of th'
mrt of Probate, I will sell, at the late re:
P5ce of W,isiungton Floydi, deceased, o
edInesday, the :2th dlay of March inst
I she personal propserti', belonging to thi
'tate of said deceasedl, not specificall
ille, consisting of a fine lot of 17 mule:
horses, cattle, bogs, cora, fodder, a lar~
't of cotton seed, .3 ro:id, tand S two hors
agons, 2 buggies, a large tot of Countr
red bacon, hardJ, household and kitchet
rnitue, one finse pianso, a very large 1<
Sfarming implenmeits, and nmny other al
es, too tedious to menstion.
The lands will also be rented at the san
JOI T PETERSON,
To Manure your COTTON.
WM. F. NANCE
JNO. T. PETERSON.'
Mar. 15, 11 -tf.
Pocket L-tweruc, cheap and useful.
Cae knif- and Scissur Sharpener.
Imprets-ion Piiper. r
Int-.liihle Peicil,F nltrain Pens. C
Penholders with Pencil Sharpener attached.
Prize Paek;iges of Stationery, contaiting
A few pieces Curtain Fringe, very cheap.
Eir:y Rose, Early G,odrich and rink Eye 4
Potatoes, also, Sweet Portatoes.
L R. MARSHALL.
Mar. 15, 11- t.
In Probate Court-Ex p-rte, T. B. Chal
I will sell an the fir.2t Monday in April
next, at Newuerry Court 0louse, the fol
Otte Seal Note on Thos. W.
Thomp.on, and J. P. Kinard,$l,221 60
One Seal Note on Thos. W.
Thomp-o......... ....... 360 49
One Seal Note ov J. P. Kinard,.. 1,074 81
Credited 18th Jan.. 1 St;6, by $M3 70
27 1t Jan , St)7, " $1 itt)
One Note on T. W. Blease....... .Io o
.."... ... -ln i;f;
CrvdiTed to Dec., ]Sr,2, by $20 i) t
One Note on Ste%art & Coat.-, s : I
M M. W. Miller...... 17 4
R. . Wright...... :0 (;
44 David Cawnlon.. 21 I0
. J.co' Sliigh... .... ...-;5i
" 1. C. Wri;:ht...... 1044;
*. L L.S%irdler..... 135 8.j
Credited wlti various amounts.
One No:e on M W. Miller........50 15
Term 4 sa:e, ecsh.
THOS. M. PA YSINGER, s. x. c.
Mar. 1, l l-St. 0.0
BY vir!ie of fieri Facia. to me directed,
I I will sell on the fir;:t Monday in April next,
at Newberrr Conrt flon-w, one fHoulo and
Lot in the Yillag of lleenia. bounded by
lots of L*zzie Hollis. J. D. I dITand others,
at the suit of S. D. Boland vs. James Wood
and John Wiliams.
Term!; of Sale-Onsh.
THOM.AS M. PAYSINGER, s. % c.
Mir. 15, I1-3t f3.5o
BY virtue of a writ of Fi.-ri F.ieia-a to m.
direeted, I will sell on the first Monday itt
April n'e\t, at Newberry Court Ilone,. th.t
Block of Brick Buildings,
No. 5, oeetnpied by Wi!iamt T. Tarrant, No.
4, occupiedi by Wrightt & Co;pock, and No.
3, hy S. P. Boozer & Go. Frotntittg Ott
Cacbwell Street, North-east on Boye street
and bound.>d itn rear by lot beloningtt to
Sinteont Pratt, and Sotthr brick buildlint
of Jaceob Singley, at the suit of the Bantk
of Newberry. S. C.. vs. Henry Whi:ntdre.
Term<i of Sal--Ca,.
T HOM AS M. P'AYTINGERI, s. N. c.
Ma.-r. 1.5, I-3 f
Leste'r, et al.-ac Probate C1ourt, -Nen -
By1 ordecr of J7 C. L"tahy, Proba-e Jud;.re.
The' formter putrchvrer having *aced to
comipiy wi:t ternta ofsa
Ont mo:ion of Mera Jone & J'tmee.
orderedI that Thomac' M I'dy.it,ger, ShterifT
of New berry Gounty, do sell the traer n1
!ind describedI itn ,bet pleading, as the lle-n
ry P'lace. at plic nction', onr the thiirdi
day of April ntelt, af:er htvitg fir.-t dlyl
adasdthe sarie accoirdinog to IA c, atnd
a* rc~ik offo:mer putrchtaser.
Termso oSaJ'onte third cash, balanc,e
on :t credit of J, mothtls, with privifege of
paying csht for all. Yortg:ge and Bond
will be requtiredI as stcutri'.y, '1s also interest,
on all niot paid in cash.
Tl0.'. M. PAY.NG ER, s. z'. c.
.5, 11--3 tt3
BY virtue ol ant Exect:iont to ine d'reetedl
I will sell Ott thte first Motiday int Apt il tnext,
at Newt,erry Giourt lIin.e,-,
Two Irundred and Fifty
AcreCs of Land.
More or less, bioundied by lantds ol .Jeff.
Wicker, David Hl'aere., Estate of Job)
Johntstone, II1nry HI.dlfaere, t al. Levied
on act the suit of' D. F. Fl-t:ning & Co., an,l
others, vs. Dcvid! P. Btzitardt.
Termst of Sale--C.wh.
TH1OS. M. P'AYSINGINR, s. N. C.
Matr. 15, 1I-3t i5
BY viritne of stindry Exteution- to met
directed, I will sell Ott the first Monday itt
A pril ttext,1
Ono Hundred and thirty
three and one-third acres
mtore or less, bountded by lands of Thomp
sotn Connyer, George S. Cantnon, A. M1. Reed
er. et. -a!., at the suit of D.iedl Gioggan",
Adm.'r. vt. N.-than Iltnter, Sen Also, two
muttles, one carriage atnd h.arness, ote waig
ott andI geart, one, c-ow, four hetd of htogs,
htouseholdl antd kitchent itrniture, levied ont
as the property of Jo:n.tita Werts, at the'
suit of J. Burr Werts, vs. .Jotnathan, Werts,
4Terms of sale, ech.
- :o: -
E.&iH. T. ANTlONY & c.,
391 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
Invite the attenttion of the Tr.:de to their ex
tenedre assortmnent oft tbe above goods, of
their own publication, mianufacture and im
P11o fO LANTERN SLIDES,.
n CGRAPHoSCo! ES,
,NEW VIEWS OF YOSEMITE.
E. & H. T. ANTHIONY & CO.,
591 BROADWAY, New YORK,
e Opposite Metropolitan Hotel,
eIMPORTERS AND MANUFACTURES OF
SMar. 15, 11-3m.
eThe public are hereby notified that en
and after the expiration of thirty days fronm
this date, my wife Pauline Cohen, will act
FOR THE CURE OF
)yjspepsia, Agie and ;ei er,
liHious Diseases,7 Geme
ral Debility, and ad
Impurity of the
It exeies healthy appetie. jnvigwse
be Di-estive Orgns, is devoid of all *ha
readfu poi.;on-Fusi Oil,. and :ipsas a
i)t a2reeable, warmin-, and cordiat Ae
, the Stomach. It esilsirats th..oirl
elieves pain, and is most coudedulfy e&
mcioiu in all debilitiei atit.irreulriam dt
emales. It will prove a positive preventive
i all SIALARIAL CONTAMINATION.
DIP-ECrIONS -One-half a wioeglamM ae
me1 a day. For childrei, in smallerquaxdjk
ccording to age.
AOTTE & TARRANT,
- ar.ulturers and Sole Propriftks,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
J. E. PETERSON &CO.,
UCTION N COISSO1M ICbIl,
NEW BERRY S. C.
uction ard Sales Room in Pool's new- Rd&
Buildiug "n Caldwell Street. lietwee
H otel aid P. Scott's.
Are now prepared to receive conig4
lklnts of goods, of any und every charse
Gonsi-imc,is respect fully solicitid.'-e
1.pe .I a itict rnd clo.c attenti. mSemi
e: to me9rit a re.Lsonabiesirare 4f poblk
r.1 ar. V5,.11-1.
-.4 Alut 01
- r rT T I
Vhich will be sold low fur CASEH, a -.
ew store room, by
J. E PETERSON & C.0
Auction & Cons. [erbani
Mar. 15, 11-f.
Wood! Wood!! W0da
WE want to purchase immediately.4 A
2..fiC Souimil Pine.
15,44m Sound Oak.
1,Ett Sound Hickorm.
5.101) Small Ron d Mixed.
We nil h.ve Wood Cot and 'ord o
uit -conntmer:a, either for stores.'KrIne
lcesq. Camtpers cant find just. 806.'asi
sai Sil fseit h. You can get your weet
t the yard or wve will de-liver it.5
B3LE.ASE & CALtLW,'
orner Thnompson and Black Jack SeuW.
Mar. 15, Il-tf.
A 9. D .TRDWR
loored with viole-nt dragtq IndAises of
nigestionr, bilousness, conastipatieb, wind
-olic, diarrhart, und other casual4t
btronic afectins of the stomicfgljitegs
>owls, all that i4 nee'd to restoe iC
-eulr :utedo, of the disorde& orgIb.f iSS
lose or two of' - '
arranlt's Seltzer Ai4u
he most delieions atd ha-rnr1e~Ie.*
ias:i'e an.l alter.I ive in the -wholli
it ead:eal reedie'. It i,t stfienyti%
trongest, e-:not harmn the we.ikes3s
icm,.li:te!y relieves the nansea W
linare ca:h arties aggravse.
sOLD' BY ALL DRUCGISTS
Mttr. 8, l10--2t.
THlOMAS B. LEIT7.EY will alm. Act
hat I wi'l appiv to the P'robate'C.ur
ewerry County, on the Seventit
tpr.l netia, for Lotters Di.amiss.or Uy
;eardianthip, and fmnal .aersttlmpejeu
r:.J. C. S. BROW&q
Mar. 8, 1a-5?. . Guardes:r.
-N E W UE R RY C. I.. M.arch.6, l'7L
.\LL m:ale per.sons betwe'en the ages of
8 a n. 45, a re herh by wa rned to -Wt| Lbf
oad< wh,enever called upon by ehe Sub
'o:miniorer<, durinag the quarter. ending
Es cry one refutsir.g to do duty-7ill render
hemselves hable to th.- Law.,Jt.e:pegties
rd fines~ of whien will be enforced.'
$IM i.(N YOUNG, (.. B. C... ..
Ma r. 5, l t-2t.
Notice for Final Dischaije.
I ITERERY give notice that I ail' Epply
oJamers C. Lezahy, Jutdge of the-Probate
ourt. for N'.aherry Cour.ty, for a Baa dis
rhartze. u Administrator of the Esaeo B
C. MAFFETT, de-ceased, o0 Saturday the
th day of Arnl. next.
HENRY H AEFACftE! A'dn'r.
M:tr. S, N-t. -
Greenv;lle & t'elambia RaiJ
Cor.cna. 8. C.,3t1w
On and after Wedneeslay, March
ig Schedule will be run-d'l,
ceed. connectie< with Sight Trains Oa
CaoiaRod. up and doWrn. alao .i$b
going South on Charlotte, Coluthb
" Cokesbury. ......,
.DOWN 3. -
M. T. BAETILETT, Geana
ALL personts hlaving demand.
Etate of AB~NER PITTS, dee.
sem. themu to me in proper
of April. w. M
Mar. I, 9-3t* ee
*A dsiralte sro's0hE