Newspaper Page Text
F W, UER, r.S. C.
dednesday, March 29, 18YI.
Ilon. C. W. Dudley says that it is not
lo% al citizens, but loyal robbers that are
clamorous for protection in South Caro
lina. Loyal citizens are quite safe.
Palmetto L3aves, Moss and Phosphates.
The following articles of Carolina ex
portation, are, according to McRae's
Prices Current, thus quoted on the Liv
erpool Market : Leaves. $122.23 per ton
Moss, $.S.S9 a 63.56 per ton; Phos
phates, $12.23 per ton. The aboveratet
are in gold.
C. J. Dollin, E,q., of Columbia, wb<
for upwards of thirty years has been
connected with the S. C. R. R., died it
Columbia last Thursday. Mr. Bollit
was universally admired. He was it
his forty-ninth year, and a native o
Th Peiedert of the U. S. and-. C.
President Grant, in conformity witi
Gov. 'ScoCTs call for the military arm
ivsues a'proclanation wbich concludes a
,trer , Ulysses S. Grant
-1Pre.1iden.t, 7-nadpersons composii
the unlaw ful conhinations aforesaid. ti
disper.e -anl retire peacefully to thei
re-iectivc homes, within twenty day
frumw this date.
- Froma a synop.-is of the 6an Domingc
Commissifn, Mr. Wade says that BOO
is the de facto Presidezit, and Cabral. z
bandit, sustuined by Iayti in his moun
tain fastness. The people favor annexa
tiop. .1 ie report, four columns long
coiciudes %v ith the remark that to plan
republican Institutiors upon that beauti
ful and p:oductive i,lard would be an
achievernett worthy to rank with the
great events of our hi,-tory, and wouk
be iqually beneficial to both countries.
Aid I r Fra:ce.
Amn:c...s' France is exhausted by
this terr ible war. M1any of her people
are starvir.g and utterly destitute. Let
us not forget her early recognition of
American I.ndependence and the prompt
and perpus aid be then rendered tc
our struggiing Re-public, and let us now
- har'e with ler from our abundance in
this hour of her need.
."'eir the Cry that Comes Across the
Se!" Rally ing song and chorus. Words
and Music by Geo. F. Root. Published
by Root and Cady, Chicago.
- This isright. It is no time to criticise
Jater acts. France needs our help and
should have it for humanity's sake, even
lif she had not "Ild out the friendly
'band when our days were dark." So we
say our Chicago friends have done a
proper and timely thi.ng in issuing this
-song. It is stirring and well calculated
(o arouse sy mpathy for the war-stricken
peasantry, whose mute appeal is so
Lit every singer in the land sing it,
and there- till be no lack of "food to eat"
or "grain to plant."
Commrenting upon Se:nator Robert
.son's leiter, the Charleston News re
"Nor tnust it be forgotten that for
three weary years the 'moral power of
the State' has been combined in favor of
'peace, good urder and obedience to the
la%.' Gov. Scott was elected and re
elected- by negro votes. The State Le.
gislature is the mnst venal, the most
brutally stupid and malicious known to
civilization. The wealth, the intelli
gence amli the vir tie of the State are ab
solutely without representation. Mil
lions are added to the debt of the State;
the swarm of tax gatherers filch the last
.dollar fr->m the po,ckets of the people.
.Yet the. .persecutedl and half ruined
whited.ave obeyed the laas, and, until
within LWTrast few weeks, not a finger
has been raisedi against the constituted
authmoritie. of the State.. We have tried
'the moral power,' and the only result is
fresh exaction, renewvesl rubbery, worse
tyranny and moure t.xation.
"The ;,lain English of Senator Robert
son's letter is on! v this: The whites
must, as a boly, resolve to obey the
laws, hon ever infamnout; to pay the
taxes, however enuormnous; to subt to
ii.justice, iin.'wever grierons. This being
doane, the whites may rest assured that
their patienzce a'ud fotbearanuce will en
courage nuzr negro rt':rs to I -y the last
-(esther upon the backs of the people."
Tus Reint CRot.txtAN R AIRrr-if
possiole,- more full or good things than usual
-eome~s to outr editorial tble a welcome
wisitor. Welt cedite'l. handsomely illustrated,
*nd repicte wi vaJluab!le information for the
planter, far:r an : gardener. We need,
however. make no jeral praise of this maga
zlne. The repnutat, n it zhas obtained, and
the appreciatiom in which it is bel by its
sens of th:ousands of readers, are the most
murent mar!;i '.f its grear wor'.
We cannot too h:igly commend the talent
and exeedinglyi practica~l ability of its
editort-hief. (Xlonel D). II. Jacques, who.
aided hv a valuable. andi intiuential number
f the best agriet t r:i writers of th is coun
try. lhas niy.d. the mna.tuzine whaut it is.
Onue rem.n-k:a'e Ieaiture of this magar.ine
is its proit aivery. It is muiled in time
to, reace' vr s: scri' ey thte first of the
mooth. sand it- thi"ee any fulluare it must be
in the Postoffice Dep tr:ment. Trhis prompt
seas is a ebiaraetr,.eri: of thJ' entire business
nmnagemeut t/ the prop-tetrs, It is not
onl in h itr i C-tr,,tiniant i: is shown,
but in every detail or their .urge and flour
ighir g busine', ot wh'ih The Rtural Caro.
~.nian ,-ts hiar::e n emerpris.e as that is, is
only a small depar:mnent.
Sabecription -2 tper a'u'm. Walker, Evans
& Cogswe!!, P'ub:z:rs and Propr:etors,
Char leston, S. C.
It ii downright extraiv:gantce to buy music
Di abeet-for m. when yon e.i' get nearly twenty
fienes your moneV'< worth hy subscribi ngto
PrraaS Mt.sicAL MoNTUtnY. The April
samber is to nan-I, an.1 conitains~ the follows
ing b':mnttful seice:ionn: Sendl the Little
Onew llappy to utd. s.mr iitd Chorne: Alone
by the sa. S.a'. and Chorut: Building
C~as'tes ii the A r, Search Melody: So4me
Pndy tInve melDr. y Song and Chorus;
Go,Prety lowr.with Eyes of Ulue. G.r
man Song; Beauntiful D)ays th.at are Dead,
Quartet: Eas:er-T;me, S:acred Quartet from
At; Blue Evre< 4al'p: Indiana Polka: Vil
lage Beautv'otka: Take mte Hlome, Trans,
crio:ion. T'he ab) ,ve pieces if purchased in
sheetsform, woul eIc"t 24 75 You can gem
the lot for hirty cents by scnding to J. L.
Peter<. .y9 Broadway, New Yo,rs, for the
April Numb,:r of P'rs' Masie.d Moathily.
Wi.smtto ro. ' uacn 21.--The South
Carolina deleg'ation ca lied on the President
to-day, In :antweriu:: the question, "How
long the troop< wotiil rem in ?" and in reply
to the dec!aration th-:t ?tn early departure
wald mak-- matter< wor'ie. the Presidentsaid
rbtov sh-dh temain until peace was restored
. . ,,ia're to th;e 11 "r .eare.
IFor the Herald.
The Test Oath.
MESSRS. EDITORS:-It has occurred to me
that perhaps a large number of your readers ti
may not fully understand the effect of the re- 1
cent act of Congrets relative to the test oath,
and I therefore propose to present through
the columns of your paper, some explana, Ii
tious, which may not only be interesting, bat
but possess some raluable information.
The political disabilities originally imposed idli
upon the people of the South, affected two T
classes. 1st. The 14th amendment excluded the
from holding office all persons who had held 1
oMce before the war, as well as all those who Wt
were members of conventions that passed a
ordinances of secession. 21. The 'Iron A
Clad," as it has commonly been called, ex
cluded from office not only those who fought
on the side of the South, but all who sym- to
pathized with the Confederate cause. Now, a n
by an act of Congress, July 11, 1868, it was
provided that those affected by the 14th hib
amend meat should, on having the disabili- San
ties, imposed by said amendment. temoved,
take a certain foiM of oath before entering wij
upon any office; and the 111 which has re
cently passed Congress allows all persons ly
not amenable to the 14th amendment to bu
'hold office upon subscribing to the form of
oath prescribed in the before-mentioned act. yet
The act al:urled to, rpproved 11Lt July, 1868, !el
is as followb: 1
An act prescribin; an oath of office to be te- w
ken by person, from whom legal disabili- reP
ties shall have been removed. I
Be it enac:el by the Senate and House of get
Representatives of the United States of lom
America in Convress absembled, That when
ever any perxon who has participated in the
late rebellion, st.d from whom all legal An
disabilities arl..rng therefrom have been bri
removed by ac: of Congre"% by a vote of two
thirdsof each lI-u.c, ha, been or :.hall be the
elected or appointed to any office or place of sin
tru-,t in or under the government of the Lni
ted States, he shall, before entering upon the ent
duties thereof, ins.ead of tht: oath prescritied Chi
by the uct of July 2, 1862, take aud sub-.cribe
the following oath or aftl:-nation - 1, A. B,
do solemnly swear (or ,tfirm) that I will sup
port and defcnd the Con-ttution of the Uni, tici
ted States against all tneinies, foreign and tioi
dome-tic; that I will bear true faith and al- get
legiance to the same; that I take this obli- 'I
ration freely, without any mental ieSelYA nur
tion or purpose of era.ion; and that I will I pre
well and faititfully discharge the duties of tor;
the office on which I am about to enter. So
help tue God. Approved, July I, 1868 ver
The Bill just passed, and having reference wit
to the 2d class above mentioned is this: son
Be it enac:ed, &c , that when any person stu
who is not rendered ineligible to office by the I
provisions of the rourteenti, amendm*nt to whi
the con-titutio:n shall be elect:d or appoint' d ni
to any office of honor or trust under the gor- the
ernment of the United States, and shall not dou
be ?ble, on account of his participation ill con
the late rebellioll, to take the oath prescribed
In the act of Congre.,s appioved July 2d, b
1862. said person shall, in lieu of said oath, to t
betore entering upon the d:tics of said office, tod
take and sunrcribe the oath prescribed in an) hav
act of Congress eiitlted "an act prescribing wh(
an oath of office to be taken by personi
whose legal disabilities shall have been re- tint
moved." Approved July 11, 18GS.
It is plain from this that any person vers
amenable to 14th amendment, who has had the
his disabilities removed, or any one not ef- l
fected by that amendment, may hold any of- tl
fice, State or Federal, by subscribing to the ' on
form of oath prescribed under act of Con, for
gress, approved 11th July, 1868. cen
The advantages of this recentact,political- tra%
ly and morally, even to many at the North,
are too obvious to need men:ion.
ALPiIA PL. wji
NEWBERRtY, S. C., 20th March, 1871. spe<
Letter From Senator Robertson. tv
UNITE.D STATEs SENATE CIHAMBERI, tori
WASatsGTOY, March 18, 1871. imp
GENTLEMEN: Trhe disturbed condition hiist
of affairs existing in certain localities oh edi
our State has caused me the greatest con. her<
cern. Sincerely desiring the prosperity dev
of our State and the hlapl-iness of all our for
people. I would consider it the most""
auspicious net of my life if I cotuld be
productive of any gi-od tas a paciticator.th
It is not necc.es-ary for me to enlarge ed.
upon the terrible evils which threaten the ,ilel
State if the antagonistns of our society ble
are not repressed. MIy idea is that the to b.
true roa.l to peace is by peacefnl means
-by justice and kindness to all classes- eCi,
so that none may feel themiselves alien G;eri
from the government. I am not safn- the
guine of the effect of laws unless they got
are sustained by public opinion. co
My object, then, in addressing yOnl is gun
to ask your aid in arouinig anid conceit- to o0
trating the opinion of all good citizents in refu
favor of law ard order. Knowing your ta
intelligance and gootd intentions, I yen
ture, though not of the sanme political unci
organiza-tion as yourself, to invoke your of t
aid in the prenmises. and
My suggestion is, that you put your- So
selves in communication with the leading fran
citizens in the respe-ctive co nhies of the als;
State, so as to organize and combine the. hill
moral power of the State in favor of rece
peace, good order, and obedience to the r
I cannot but believe that the happiest soin
results would follow Tour ex' rtions, a' .i
harmony, good order and general conte I .:-rt
would soon revisit our distralctedl State. the
Assu:ring you of myi earnet desire to untd
co-operate in this mni sion of pe-ace. which put
is intended to secure the righIts of every it
ritizen. I renlnin, with highest regard, to'
your obedient sers ant, TI
Tr. J. RooRtersoN.<-e
To Mr-ssre. J. B. K--r5haw, M. C. But Our
er, J. II. Rion, S. McGowan. asp
..- .._ . con
A Royal Wedding
In the fcrenorm of Tuies'iar. ti e 21st, the
weather 'oeing chtarmiug, th-- marrit::e of 1wthei
[rince-ss L,ouise- and ithe M~araii of l.->rtne was, theC
celebrated at Wi,.dcor Castle'. At 11. forenioon. wit
ministers. emba-sadoru, ni'btity sald ctl-rgy mind
the bridegroom'as family we-re adminittedl to the 'P
royal cbhnel. At 12 o'clock the rc' at cart isots, to 1;
wat'b all the members of ti., Queen's famaily and
other roya l p-ersontnze--, le't the. Que-.na's gate tat
Windsor P's lace. and proceeded to thei sonatit en
trar ee of the chape-l, nhere the-y wi-re rtecent edt
by the Lord Chtamberlain antd condIiucted to
places on haut pas-.I
At 12.5 the bridegrooim alrrived. :'ecompninied o
by Earl Peicy and Lord ow-er, anid ther were -C
conducted to -cats' On h:int pn. At 12.15 the i re
brioc, accompanied by tihe Queen-i anil suit- i
ive earriag-s. arrivedl tt thte we-t entratnce ofthte .tt
cihal, where the-: were joinet.d be the bride-- sole
maidd. antd tmocved up the navie sm;id umltIic by a
the choir. The bride was supportet by the Queent.
Prince oif Wath-e, i.:d thei liukie of saxe: (,,bur::. vert
The btide'tmaidts were Laies Eamlpbil. cecil. wit)
Buter, liietague. (Gordoli, Lenuox. Seyou nrett
and l-itz-.erald, et
The bride was seated an the left of thte altar. sliip
with the Que-en near at hatid. The ceremnyl
was perfo'rmted by the tishtop of Lo--dotn inl tie
choral style. the Q neen giving the bride- swas .- T
A t the eud ofttheiet prae-r a rovati sa!uts was
fired from thle artillery In Wir.dsor'l'aik. and the anwl
gust repaired ro the eastle for luncheon. The
ride and bridegroom departedi a,t -1 o'e biek fotr -
Claremotnt for the bonieymiion. Abot a tiou- 1WE
sad guests witnessed thbe ce-remorry. Tibe(eastile D E
rounds were titted with immet-.- erowd-'. and
Widsor wtzsen et. h Marqi. u Lorn AT
and not the Hi:blin.i costume. Kite iihop of .
Londo was assisted by the Bishiops of (idord.
W inchester attd Worcester. d
Poor France is almost Imrostrite under rabid -0
red republicanibm. Communo-sucialism would ii hat
polute her. It is leared that Thtiers will be en i
forced to resign. The Assemibly t'ill adopt the
children of murd ered generalis. Napoleon visited ~
Victoria on the 2'it. t
RRXoD. March 22.-The Senate to-day an
inished the long r.llroadl war in the Lecin .
lature by passinig the Hoiuse baill fir th- sale
of the State's iiterect in 'he Richmond and do
Peterburg Raibloud for S500 000. to H1. K. ieo
Ellson and othere, of tis city-thus de- s.
featmng the proposition of General Mahone to y
buy it. Later in the day. an affray occurr-ed RE
between General Mahone and John Lvon. the DE'
attorney for Walteri., of Batltimore, in whose
interest the Sta-e's interestr is bought, in "ta
which blows were exchanyed and a pistol tile
red by Kaione. No serious itnjury was wl
General News Items.
ing William is reported seriously ill.
Western editor represents money as
)se, but not close enough to reach."
he Kentucky papers are filled with Ku
here are twenty-one murder cases await
trial in Jonesboro,' Georgia.
'he recent surrenders leave but two small
ds of in.,urgents to Ceiituegos District.
eaches are formed and growing quite rap
, in New Uilean%.
here are now about 200 postmis-resses in
he new hamier in the Be!semer Steel
irks at Ila r s!na.g. l.&.,weighs 35,000 lbs.,
cost S9. 0ui.
legal gentflvi.r en'l!s Lis morning cock
Seire Fucias, l,ecause it "revives his
tualer, or German dollar, is equivalent
.bout seventy-three cents of ucr uioney
iliari is a &housand millions.
lad cravrkd Into a sugar hogsicad and
first excltmtitito was, "Oh, tur a thou.
Do you see anything ridiculous in this
?', said a brother bzarrinter toCurran.
'Nothing but the lieud," he replied.
t. Petermbar is said to be slowly bnt sure
dinking with the swamps upon which it is
t costs S2,000.000 to build and $375,000 a
r to run a first-class American naval-Ves
here are just 100 Democrats in the llou-n,
h Coniec,icut, California and Texas un
; may not be generally known that editors
one important item of suloiistece at a
price-they get bored for nothing.
Faloleon having invested largely in
erican stock,, it is rumored that he will
ig his fanil to reside otn this Continent.
Lrnold's self-acting washer is; said to he
best thing invented tor house-keepers,
:e Noah came out of the ark.
i the absence of anything elsejust at pres
to pitch into poor St. Loui- about, the
cago clergymen are preaciiing on "the
ons of the recent tornado."
'lie Old and New Magazine says: "A poli
an is a matn who thinks of the next elec
i; while a statesman thinks of the next
'he African Repo,itory says that large
abers of colored people have lIft, and are
paring to leave, fo Liberia. The Reposi
r believes that they are "divinely moved "
he Phonix says that a white hen laid a
y large egg in Columbia the other day,
h the letter K upon it. Said ben died
n after laying the Ku Khux eg- She i4
Yed and on exhibition at Barry s Saloon.
he second regiment of Prussian Land
r, composed almost entirely of married
1, left over 8,000 chi!Jreu at home. Thar
heads of these men were level, c:tnnot be
bied, for had they not left them at home,
fusion would have reulted.
lie latest proposal for marriage wa; done
relegiaph A getitlematn sent a m1essage
he tther that he wanted his d-uglter,
the reply w:is received that he could
e her. Ihe next train brodght swain,
-n the couple were made twain, and left
:ediately on a tour. Ueport says they
.t by te!cgiaph.
lady residing in a German city, which is
heavily taxed for men and money by
war. writes to her friends that the cost of
Ig is so much itcreused in consequence
;she has to pay 65 cents or a pair of kid
,es ' with two button<:," th.t a new siik
tiet co<ts ne::rly a dollar in gold, a cab
wo persons to the opera and back 37
:s. and washitig is charged for at the ex
agant rate of 12 cents a dozen pieces.
KnutN, 1.areb 21.-fThe Gertian Par
atnt was opened to-day by Emtperor
aim, whto, itt personu, del vered his
'ch front the thtronte. The Emaperor
:'"When I see the Gertman Reich
-for the first time after a glorious but
Sstruggle, which Giernmany has vic
autly prosecuted for ind--~pentdene, I ant
led lirst to give thantk4 to Goid for
tie succeesees with whlich lie has bless
ie faith ful uityt of G;ertman aliies. By
>iem anid disciplinte of the armies atnd
tion of the people, we have whast our
fthers struggle for-uniity of Germatny
security of her frontiers. Our cont
io of 'futttre m,,ity was veiiled. iTe
--preentt erthu<tasm of the people rent
veil whent the fatherlandh waa threaten
Tie n ition tutnanimnously rose itn her
nee, antd traiced its firm wmill ini itideli
eiaraters ont the battle fieldl of F-rance
e a united people.
BRALLES, March 25 -Favre has re
ed two addit'ontal despatches front the
ion authorities, declaring it the duty of
Verai lies Governmetnt to cotnquter sedi
.The with'itawal of the German troops
been entirelv stopped. Soisset, who
mands 10,000 Narional Guairds, wIth
and tmitrailleuses, has been empowered
yr the insurgetits amnesty; in ease of'
sal to attack them and secure the Cen
Committee 50,000 men are en route
Bouloigne, to suppress the itnsurrection,
snoN,Mairch 2 1-Midtightt.-Siiset hua,
~rtaken to concentrate loyal battalions
e National Guards at Puebla B3ourse,
re-establish his staff headquarters there.
set is disposed to pardon the soldiere ent
d in the emeute to restore municipal
chises; contitnue the pay of the N'tiott
revoke law for reward atnd payment of
;and urges the assembly to legislate to
ncile conflicting interests.
AtRNs RAII.tOA.-Ftomn a reliable
-c we uuderstand that the G. & C.
t. Cmpany, il it hais not already,
at ly will comphly with the tertus for
purchase of the Laurens road. We
erstatnd further that the road will be
ini runnitig condition just ats sootn as
raut be elTected by w orkmecn atnd
bi< it goodl news fur the Cousnty' nnd
- ettizetn will hear it with pleasure.
towtn will s.oot hegin to wear the
-et of tht ivitg bnsitness, atnd all the
veniences of a iarket will gather in
idsiht. WVe wi.4b the cotnpanty atue.
,the workmenict health, atnd in adii
, e will add', that we sincrere!y hope
Iouta,ladr:ad in t his :age oif a iniged
-dam'i rapidl developmtienat, is ind.eedl
e iut of the wiatld.
['Isrensv ille II eraaid.
No-r t'(t .Jiia."'- h rinig the -e-aton
te late pieaice con ferece', whIaile Goa v.
it ws receivinga the deulegatiotn, Joie
ao' a.li 'erately w al kedi into a htte l,xi
ve Chl:tinbter andi toiok at seat by~ theam
af Gen. Ke .hiaa'. 'The h:atter aro.se
iifiedi ttinner anda sail : "Go
or, I will noti -it in the soneti ro.aim
s Mr. ('rews. Eitheir heo 'r I ini-t
'e.~ Jote gathecredl himiself up arnd
e followitig tnotice camei. to uashy aiil,
wih a grba.at:ck to pty ebiarges. It
'A T'MENT' No 2.
ieu: No. 1 -W'hereas threre are miaIi
5 atd evil .t.aii' p)ar.ons awho enai-t
to perpaetr-ae their tmaiice 5ierve' nttices
a' t hrea<, a:adetr covetr of Oil t- i
n.iuea: tnw, W~ l watrii:a: such personst$
.WE till N( T allo-.' of atny ianterr
ar. %-T are shill ha.> no interfe-rene
i~ hu ioX'r>T, DEiENT, WELL-BE-l
VED ER-40N, Wl!ETiiEit WhITE
lLACK, an :1 we cordaliy I iinvite all
they ,.hill be puriotecteda there-itt by thei
d' power of thias Orgniain.t Bu't w e
titetid that the inatei ii-t, honest awhite
e(Tif E TAX PAYERS) of thi- Coty
'E NO longer pitt up with NEGRO
LE, Black BAYoNETS. andl a mi.'rable,
RAED. and TIlIEVBH SET tif lair
:ers, (God sarve the mark,) thte scum of
earth, the scrapines of ereation. We
We learn that the telegraph line will b
completed to this point next Monday nign
PERSONAL.-Our pleasant and genial cot
frere of the Anderscn Intelligencer, Capi
James A. Hoyt, stepped into our sauctur
a few mornings since, an I we were right g!a
to see him looking so cheerful and heart
Capt. Hoyt was on Iis csisnkannual trip t
the parental roof at good old Laurens.
There are so many Johns in this regio
that it is necessary to tieep account of then
Tire newly married John. and the incorrig:
ble .John, the laies are nti inter e-red ablxx
ju,t now, however. but the newly arrive
John with all the latest fashi-,ns ani %nr:tike.
is the rage at present. Laditslookin at Mo
mr- Barre & Sons.
. Lo'hnc.;- t ave bee,nh
fuNed tihat IE- . 1 .2r. Ml'es has ch:ng!ed It
rie from the fir-I ar!d thi;-d to the !set
ornid at foirth .i bbths of the ntit. Thi
-Aill ;ive *.-ter !'ervices at St. Lakes. WV
further le.rrr that 31r. liles ill soon b
ord ied to thw priesthood. This Churc
witl :ot be Opened next Sunday.
CLEAR THE GANOWAY AND Looz TO TOC
TE;Axs -Runaway horses with a dray a!
tached, collided with a driverless carring
and horses Monday last, on Main Streel
Not much damage was sustained. A littl
child in the carriage was rescued ftom alarr
and pozsible injury boy the presence of min
of a colored man. Oar town is growing, an
our narrow streets have many vehich-s it
them during business hour-; and carts, dray
and carriages should not be left alone. W
don't excu!e the horses for running away
their driver onght to teach tem better mar
ners, or rather never leave them, but th
horses are duly credited with trying to ot
serve the right of way. Let us all take hecd
and observe the way and clear the gangway
"To ALL CoNri-.PLATING MARRIAO.'
-To all cottendUlaing this en'ertaining hi
-jubrou';" hu.sinesi, we wituld point out th
advertisement of Mr. r. W C ii, il
another column. iIe wishes to sell his Ilolt
and Lot. It is the very pl!ce for a youn;
c.uple, cosy and neat. And will answe
every purpose until the said young coutl
shall have multirried their image three o
four fold. In fac: a de!irable re.idence fi
any smr.ll family
The above, minus the initials, reads a
though it was gotten up in our town. But I
is trom the .dgefivld Advertiser, and such
p'easant co-incidence, withal-oar Mr. J. E
having his hou,e up for sale-that we ex
tract it hopitg that ioine one ('f our yotn
men may see the propriety of the Advert,
A Ntct DissER.-The LtiHeq of th
Methodist Churrh. in order to raise fund.; t
make some necessary rep.irs in the Pars
nage. will furnmh a good linner for the g,-*
tlemen next Monday, 3.1 prox., Ste day, a
the New Hall. To accommodare gentlemei
from the coun'ry as we!l :s the merchant
and cther g.-ateren of the town, dinne
m-ty be liad -> 12 to .1 W"*'0k.
T1o in,nrei' a g.'ero'''is :n 1 iiwatrty p tonage
and that there may he no (x!use ofered, w
sutgest that every man con to town on th:
day with a sharp appetite. evn if it be nec
.essary to di.pense with the morning mea! o
breakfast. Somneth inggood may be expect
Tile C.,mmittee will be pleasedltn wai
apon ladies as well as gentteincu at dinner
atd a!ho dut.:g the evening at a nice suppe:
to e furnished Price of dinncr and suppe
will he 75 cents each. Ice creams and ens
tads, &c., extra.
rom M -ssra. liflie & Chapma.n, at thei
Coumblia Book Store, we have receiTed
opy of Reynold's Pictr>rial Primer, and It i~
one of the handsome.st and hest ad tpte:
'rtmers to the uses intended we hare crei
een. 'There is noehing, :'tra sing!e word, o
a heavy chtaracter in it, but allis light, easil1
compehuible, and~ each lesson is beauti
ful!y llustrated. It is c, rtainly the hes
P'rber for little ones ever putbhlred.
Also, No. 357 of H arper's h brary of sele
movels, entitled "Bred in the hone, or. Liki
l'ther, Like Son," a very entertainting hook
[t shows that what i- in tihe marrow canni
bie got our of the bone. Tnis Is a!so hand
This firm keep on hand a very large a<
ortment of books and stationery of atll kind<
itd we are pleased to say do a thriving husi
MR. R. C StHIVER, of famous dry go';ds
notoriety, pre-ents a card in this issue to the
public, and( which lhe will follow utp weeki:
for three months. Iis already exten-iva
hou-e, w ith the great additions being adde<
to it, and which will soon be eompleted. wil
make it tile largest dry goods' hou-e in thi
outrh, and thei comnpletest in all its appoint
nents. It is designed to dev'ote one 0of th
wings exciusively to all articles of itndies un
d r-wcar, rind which willibe p)resided over h:2
competent lardies. This will add greit:y' ti
te popularity of Mr. Siver's house. lli
stock of' coods for Spring-wear is a batnd
some and rich one, anod mrany oif the article
are fabu'orsly low.
The "press" arc iniforma.l thrat he wishe
his cards cop.ied fromt tire l:mnrix, as the:
appear, for tire space of three months.
TH E COLMBA IIOTEL.-Duiring a recen
isit to Columbia it was our pleasure to sto:
st tis popular hrouset, andi once more do w
restify to its compfleiteneCss itn meetinig th
tvanits of the tr.rve'llit public. A'. to its ho
taton, nothingr; net'd be said. a- every on
knows thrat it occenpie' a ;io,ition coniven
ietty cenrtral in a tuinn v iew. Tha r iti
well kept we feel at libet tv to '.tate. andi tht
tIe comfort of each gu'-t, whether stoppin;~
for a -ingle meatl, a lay or a w'ee'k is care~
fully considlredl. Its tarblets arc well nprovili
withr alt thrat can he haei, anti its vlands wel
prepatrted Mr G',rmrn , its pr'oprietor. is;
quiet,t unarssuingt tet(lemriar, al. vay' inten
on the tbusincess inr h r ~imi an it is n it strange
thereore, thrit his efrcN to I'ec a- tre sue
ces-f'ul. 1IIc is abl': ari,tn'e too by is g.:n
tiemrcn: itok-keerjr, Mr. J. I). Iud Is,w!
is tnremri:titr mi end.'.vors to ttive satisfic
tir. O ur birief stay there was a pleasan
one, andi we chreefrfully advise others to g
and try the sam".
A NEw TILE. --its a good thing to hi'v
friends wiho are gentte:een and scherlars, ame
tmore partiicularrly if they he in the furnri,
ing i:ne of business. Such as onre is Mn
Parick Scott, ro,undl the corner. It i.s rielt
to state tiat this g<nItieanr wears spectae,
therefore he sees clearly, arnd his vi,inr thu
improved, reve ted the mehmnehotly fa:'t thte
tire Senior otf iu, paler was wearingr r seei
lotking blaek hat, lie sent for trim, an
taklting down all of' htis tbox's contarinin
alIl of the differenrt styles.varientes anti "tade
in tones soft andi sweet, ye't ien:d on'irh
recht the(cr5 of the loc.al Senior, said h<
"make your choice. ande tit thrat lively hea,
to a tile " Th'le deed was dne, andi non"
dear reader, we are not a-ha :redl to toneii
ou hat to the hrdies, for it is a newv and e!<
gant one. Mr. Scot t nlil pletise accept ot
thanks, and not only for this bit other ft
vors. HIe says but little. but thinks an
does a deal of'good. It maty tot be out c
place just bere to state thatt he has just re
ceived a choice s:ock of gentleman'i c'o'
inc. tfurnishing and piece goods, which at
IFFTY YEARS MARRIED, oR A GoLD
WEDDING.-he fiftieth anniversary of the
wedding of Capt. Philip Sligh, and his good
old wife. aunt Betsy, as she is familiarly and
kindly known through all this country round,
occurred on Monday, the 20th of March, and
was made the occasion of a pleasant gather
ing of' some of their immediate family con
nections, who partook of a good' old Dutch
Fork dinner. As every one about here knows
what a Dutch Fork dinner means, it is need
le,s to say more than that it did no discredit
to thc name, and was good in all respects,
and bountifully large. The Senior being of
kin was made happy on the occasion, and
t behaved himself as he knows how, and this
I tertitie- to the appreciation of witnessing the
ie!:cit..os (.f an event which is of so rare
an occurenc-u, and of a participation in the
fea,t of good aud rich things. Fifty years
man%;ea-;! an ordinary lifetime. A sermon
i:ght app. opriately be preached on a sub
.jct so i:rs:ig, but we lack space as well
-a, ab!ity to do it jtt;;ice. The fashion of
Ce*ltlbrating certain periods in wedded life
the .,i!ver, the golden, and diamond wedding,
not to mention the wooden. iron, and tin,
which come in at shorter periods of time
is a good one, and one which is becoming
quite common. This happy old couple have
t outlived a generation; have reared a number
of orphan ch ildren; and by agenerous,Iseful
e and charitable life, have made themselves
loved and rcapected, far arid near; and they
a bid fair for many years of usefulnes still.
I Our kindet and best wishes are extended to
'P.inch" gives five tests of friendship
1. L.:u.l your f iena a good umbrella, and
live to !We it b.ck again.
2. lIvite him to your club and treat him
to cold mutton, and fiud that he forgives
3. Ask him to post a letter and learn with
in a week that he has actually done so.
4 Cut a tash in his new billiard cloth
withour. ruffling ils temper.
5. Tread upon his gouty to, and sec him
smile at your c!uminess.
As the be.t cure for ear-ache. the Marion Star
I suggests thc whi.sper of a pretty girl. Bat this
r lests to thre heart-ache. and how about that? asks
the Laureisvile Hera|d.
Tie K bedive or some other man was In town
r-i: week. life hl a rnmber of keys which u,
lucsed con,illerab:y. Aniu:tts tre in demand.
jlohn ruyt they are chmaful, and will keep cff
Mei.ers. Motte & Tirrant wijI please accept our
thaks V)r iarp!e bottles of Motte's Liver In
vigorator and Dy-peptic Remedy; Motte's Com
r pound .vrup of Yellow Dock and Queen's De
- ligl:; and superior flaVoring extracts. All of
their own manufac ture, and pure and %trong.
At! exchange b% s that in some places in Ohio
a man can't get a driuk of whiskey without
eliowing the bar-keeper a written permit from
- hs wife. Those men whose wives cannot write
think it is not too late for them to learn that use
lI'm br.ineh of education.
A stage-idriver's philosophy-I don't drink.
I won't drink. And I aon't like to see any
body else drink. I am of the opinion of
tho:-c m.unt.%in,-keep your top cool.
Ncwy've go- snow, aud 've got brains; that's
all the d itfernce.
An old wom:n says in a recent testimony
in regard to Ku K!ux. that she saw one bun
dred and lifty of them come out of her well.
She dieclares she will never drink water from
rte well again. Well.
We can scarcely believe in the existence of
these mysterious and dreadful creatures, but
tire evidence accumulates so fast that we are
.One of' our best citizens avcrs that a very
short man called on him the o her day,
.arme.d to thc teeth,. and ont departing, as he
4appronched tire door, commenced to grow
and stretch till he was at least eightrfeet high.
lie ':,!ed himself a Ku K!ux.
.Another states ihat a man came into his
-store wi.h a Wiuchester rb ilmd that lhe
hrad nev--r seen h im before. This Is proof as
stronrg as Holy Writ, almost.
Anoth--r states that two men were seen on
the road thc other dray, each armed, thiit$hey
il.<O were ur:rnown. The proof' accumrulates.
Arid to clap the climrax a tall individual
with long b'ack hair, and eagle eyes, riding
arr elegant horse, came into our office about
ten darys ago, and lef't a V to pay f'or some
printing. Since which lie has rot been heard
from. We have the V..
"Make me a Jacket of Pa's old Coat" is
the latest song. It supercedes the pathetic
bialla I, "Put mec in my little bed."
A young lady being rasked by an enthusi
astic politician which party she was most in
favor or, r'eplied "'a wedd ing party."
The beautiful cravat, which adorns the
neck of a pro:ninent citizen of this town,
was a precent from Mr. C. F. Jackson, the
dry ge - man of Columbia. Mr. J. gives
him all of his neck ornaments. 'The stock of
goods exhribit..d by him are beantiful and
- rs. Ar.n Whaley has just returned from the
North wi th a choice stock of'Sprinrg Millinery.
I?. IL(. Sh iver-Carrd
K. K. K.-Notice-Stop it.
II. Bartlett-Store for Side.
l'robare .1 udrge-A dmninistrartion.
T. M. Pa:ysinger-Sabe'-Ordinance.
Morte & rarrant-Liver Invigorator.
H. C. Wi,keman-D)ealer in Guanos,Grain,
Mr. Jis. I. I)znnis calls for annual returns
for Income fair.
31r I.aw'recrr.e Marshall displays a unique
caird. rean iitill over.
Mr. Roht McCmtghtin has irn store a large
rassrornen rof Sprin.; Gods, anud all the other
arrtic esi uually kept by him . He is~the
"curt als-o for valuarble f'errnlize'r'
Me<srs I.oivelace & Wfnheeler it will be seen
are now recerivitng their Spring~ stock of Dry
G,iods ant Notrours. l'huis enterprising firm
have also o'preed a fatnily groceryv where
an ty trring in this line can be procured cheap
W.'r take pleasure' ill callinug atten tion to the
rrdvertiscemr'nt ot' Me'.rs Liriek & Lowranrce
Ch rlubi. Thecy have cerr.eiuly adoip:ed
the i true plieV for threir en tomers as well as
br rtemselive:-. Tiey h ave a large and
chroice stiock of gooid-.
I )[h'. S.\U E'S C A TA HRI
Smrr'y is to P.rtent Meicuine humbug got.
~Ti upl to ifurpe tihe igitnorarnt anrd cred,uloi s,
bunt is. a p--rfeci'tspecitic tor Nasal Catarrh,
- "C.b rrn the' head,"' rn.1 kindred diseases.
Fire propi err', it. V. Pierce, M1. D. , of
la tTifo, N. Y , otfers 5001 fo ia case he" can
tno tir. old byv drurggists or sent by
-m:it fo six-tv cents A pamphlet free.
I vie"'tinm er BIr;ers prevents Chill and
,'"Fevrer,iln cres Dy-p. psia. Hear tburn,
SIiges L'tion, arid Genier'al Debility. We
il a1r "9, 13- it.
- NEwnn'.r M:. rch 28.-'ottotn --t"ady at 123
r it' arn ea'rer-nyhrr.. id:<>rbennri 7l: sales 14,
0 ii b,i i- ex(iot nd -pteti at ions 3000.
- Ni.w' Yirg. M:,rch. 2-7 t'. M -'irroin dull
andi heav ni atilh Ia e,i 4re.97 'ate'. at 15i.
f14': rec--h t. .3.- bi .es; -ah-'- 73.5; stock 12224.
- n-rur.. STonS. M 'ci '27.-Co'rronU q'rer-mid
diirng 14; r.ce.rits49 b'alI-; sa'e.i5(0; suock 21.444.
-AIxiesi.'. Marchr 27.-('otton market closed
e dullard nomninail. at 13'' a13) for middling;
As I1DrSY1211.Z.-O framily cirMle 1a Co1
piete without a good singer, and how Is that to
be helped, says one, when no member of the fam
ily has the gift? There Is tsothng easier. Go
at onceto the store of Messrs. Chick & Chick,
and purchase ene of the new Singer Family
Sewing Machines, the best machines made. tf
M-THE FUTURE PROSPER
ITY OF THE SOUTR.-There can beno doubt
that it would contribute greately to the fa
ture prosperity of this section of the Union
if many amongst us would turn their ener
gia s and crpital in new channels of enter
prise and business. rhe old roads are clear,
but they ~are worn and crowded. Blaze a
new path through the woods for yourself,
young man, and you will arrive at the goal
of succ-ss ahead of your competitors. A
striking example of the value of this pre%
cept is found in the case of Mr. P P. Toale,
ofCharleqton, S. C ,a plain mechanic, who
has made himself the head of a large manu
factory of doors, sashes and blinds.
Mar. 1, 9-Im.
A&- CHEERING FACTS FOR
TilE BILLors.-Every day demonstrates more
clearly that liver complaint, in all its dis
tressing forms, can be controlled and cured
without difie-lty or inconvenience. It is
an ot-tinate di,ease, but its obstinacy is
n.t proof against the pert:nacious, rcne
di4l and restorative operation of ITostet
ter's Stomach B*ttters. That genial cor
rective conpels the organ to do its duty.
It must sccrete regularly and healthfully
under the influence .of the Bitters, Their
action brings it back from a state of rebe,
lion into perfect harmony with the laws o.
health. If there is costiveness, it disap
pears; if there is side-ache or back-ache, it
ceas-s, if the skin and the whites of the eyea
re tinged with superflous hile, they recover
their natural ine; if the appetite is gone,
tt returns; if the digestion is impaired, it is
restored; inl brief, whatever the symptons
of the complaint may be, and whatever the
phase it has assumed, a cnre is certain.
Such are the uniform effects of this prepa
ration where billious disease has been al
ready development ; but in cases where
there is nerely a constitutional tendency to
liver complaint, it may prevented through
out life by the regular use, in amall quan
tities, of tliN palatable antidote. These are
proven facts, and should be seriously pon
tiered-or rather, they should be promptly
acted upou-by all persons of billions hab
it. Mar 1, 9-1in.
Sreaking of crimes in the South, the
PhiladClphia Age says: "Tise remedy
dot' n0t lie in Ulilit;ry despoti,m; it is
toe can e. not the cure. of discontents,
secret a,sociati!n, for poiitical purposeq,
hnrning resentments and irregular vio
le-nre. The remedy for this lies in free
dom of opinion and the rule of equal
On the 221 inst.. at the re5idence of the
Bride's father, bv R,-v. Mr. Holme4, Ma. J.
W. ANDERSO*N, of Laurens, to Miss Ao.Es
RAY, of Newberry.
On the 231 inst .,by Re--.Mr. Stout, Ma. J. .
HOUSXALL, and Miss Gussiz ADDIZ, all of
Bride's favor received, for which we make
our salaam, wishing the fair lady and her
gallant partner true domestic felicity .
Aware of the fact :that most all our mer
chants South have bought very light for the
summer, we have purchased heavier than
ever, strd to-day own the most valuable
tock we ever handled. Our idea is that in
every commutlnity there are prntdent peo
ple, who always bave nmon-y laid away for
"rainy days." These will want goods, and
nice goods, and we want to supply them ;
threfore, we have established a Sample
Bur.au with our business, from which we
send samples of all goods requested for se
lectioni, and t.hen forward the goods b>y Ex
press, C. 0. D1. in all cas-s, guaranteeing
etirs satisfaction. Persons desiring to
avail themselves of haviug a one hundred
and fifty thousand dollar stock spread out,
as it were, almo-t at their door to select
from, will order saumples of such goods as
they desire to buy, and we will guarantee
they can save ten. dollars on every fort'
bought of our house. Samples sent free
except to points not reached by mail. Ad
R. C. SHIVER & CO.,
Columbia, S. C.
R. C. Sitiven.
Davin JosEs. Mar. 23, 13 -It.
For the better preservation of health, the
Counc-il of the town of Newherry herehy
issue notce calling on the citizens to have
thir prenmi.ts eleaned of all filthi, of any
and every kind whatsoever, and cess pool<
espci.dly, within fifteen days from this
date. In case of necleet or refusatl to at
tend to this matter, the council will have it
done att the expense of de-linquent parties.
Ily order T. M. PAYSING;ER,
Mar. 29, 13:-3t. Itntendant.
Notice to all Concern
THE Bridge which is in contemplantion of
heing~ built ov-er Heller's Creek, in New
berry County, will r.ot he paid by County
Comiei.ne'rs It has not beetn put out to
the lowest bidder.
SIlEuN YOUNG, C.B.C.C.N.C.
Mar. 19, 1:3-1 t.
Til CHAPST STOR
WE hog to offir to the people of NEW
lRERRY mnd LAURENS the
L1RET STOtR OF GOODS
in the UP' COUNTRY, at
LoWER PRICES than
Ouir hea vy sales in the past four months,
i. consece'Cf of 0 having put prices so low,
has c., i.-d-ul to n-ake a deternmincd eflort
to DOUBLE our SALES at
H&ILF the PROFITS.
We htandile lar-.e quantltities5 of CORN, BA
CON and FLOUR. atnd W ILL make prices
ott these g oods L(WER thant anyv house itt
hite Country. We also make a specialty of
HOEE, anId offe-r a stoctk of 401u Doz. at
PRlCE4 T HAT CANNOT BE COMPETED.
Sendt for- prices attd see it we will not
SAVE Your MONEY.
ALL KIND)S OF
LORICK & LOWRANCE,
NEW COODS! I
We a e NOW REGEIVING
A LARGE STOCK of S
STAPLE and FANCY
A ]so a splendid assortml,nt of
BOOTS, SHOES, p
Lovelace & Wheeler.
March 29 13
We have opened a
In the building lately occupied
as the POST OFFICE,
Where we will keep a p
Nice, Fresh Stock of Goods,
Such as are :zually kept in Family 'Groce- 1
ries, and which we intend to sell at the I
Lowest Cash Prices. p
LOVELACE & WHEELEl
M-rch 29 13
MOT T E'S
LIVER INVIGORfTOR c
Dyspeptic Remedy. 7
FOR THE BELIEF AND CUIE OF
Acute and Chronic Diseases of the Liver,
Jaunaice. Gall Store, 1Elmt-urN G
Derangement of the LiVER,
It is a pleasant lantive. moving
the bowels gently anid surely, but.
without pain; and is wonderfully
adapted to cases of H-abitua Constipa
tion, ToJrp!dity of the Liver. Itca:-es
Sick and Nervous IIeaid-ache. Colic.
Flatuleney, and is an effective remedy
in affectionss of the
KIDNiEYS AND BLADDER.
MOTTE & TARRANT, ]
NEWBERRY, S. C. -
Mar. 29, 13-tf.
Unitd States Internal REcenne, ~
Ass't A.-sessor's Office, 3d District, S. C.
EVWnERRY, March 25, 1871. 3
Notice is here'by given to .all conrned 2'
that annual retutrns for In,come Taxes, for 51
the year ending Decemnber 31, 1870,. and C
Special Tax Returiis for dealing in Tobacco ie
and Liquors bor the year comeengMyS
I, 187], aitbin the liit.t of New berry and 0
Cunon Counties', will be received until April JI
the 8th iniclusive. At Newherry C. H., uin- 31
til April the ist, andJ at Uniiornville from
April 1st to April 8, 1871. PersonQ failing
to make their returns within the specified -
time wll sahject theiselves to a,penalty ol'
5it per cent. JAS. H. DENNIS,
Mar. 29, 13-i t. As.,'t A ssessor.
Sale of Personal Property. l
R. 0. SWINDLER, Dee'd. '
IBy virtue of an order to nme directed, by B
James C. Leahv, Probate Judge, I will sell C
at the late residentce of R. C. Swinidler, de- E
ceased, all the cotton, amounting to about
and about THIRTY head of H1ogs and
Sheep, on the TENTH day of April, 1871.
Terms of Sele-G A$H.
T. 31. PAYSINGER, s. N. C.
Mar. 29, 13, 2?. *5.
SWEEl'VOTATOE SLIP'S. 1
.1L R M A R S HL A 1
SL L D EA L E R:
SI N CO0N F E
T I O N S G RO
SC E RI I E S A N.
SL SO HI A S F R
-E S HI F I S HI &c.
Desirable Store Pro
perty For Sale.
THlE prmises oce'tpied by D)octor Fant
and Mr. Wisemtu in, subjet to a lease to Dr.
Fant. The Lot is Twentvy-Nince Feet Front
byw Ei'hty '4-12 Feet Deep. Atn extentd"d
credit given, andi paymenlts made to suit
purchaser. A pply to
Macr. 2'4, 13-i t HI BA RTLETT.
H. C. WISKEMWAN,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
GUANOS, GRAIN, ILAY,
I HAVE made large additions to my
,oek of the above Goods, -and offer my
stomers a more complete awortumt. el
erchundise on more libeal ters hes'asy
ine since the war.
R. L MCCAUGHRIN.
Mar. 29. 13-tf.
180 pieces French and Ameriesa
RINTS, all colors and styles.
A handsome selection of
to which attention is invited,
lain and Striped Poplins,. Mohabhs
Plain and Checked Lenos, Plaid,
Checked and Chene Japan
ese Cloths, Broche'
Plain and Chene C.,ainbrey
Phtid and Domestic Ginghams;&,
ADIES W A L K I N G SUIT",
LADIES UNDER WEAR.
full assortnicut of
iain and Checked Jaconet Muslin.
lain and Checked Nainsook Musli&.
hTite Swis and Book Muslin.
ish Linens from 50e. to SL50.
r . and Bleacled Table Dawask.
--4 Linen Sheeting.
ro. and Bleached Cotton Sheeting,
C. and Henmed S. Handkereh&i
nen Towels. Hucka4ack, Cash sd
ro. and Checked Linens for Sults.
inen Drill, Linen Coating, Bly a
assiineres and Cottonades,
For Cents' and Boys' Wear.
lain and Fancy
ents' India Gauze
nglishi and French I HOSE, White
lack Fancy & NeckvTies,
nitt:ng Cotton,. No. 8 to 20,
nll stock of Brown and Btesched
SH IRTINGS, all qqalities,
. frotn Sc. to.25.
ED TICKING framn 20c. to 45..,
For sale by
3Mar. 29, 13-tf.
Sdoz. White Granite Plates iner
Break fast and Tea.
Sdoz. White G;ranite oup Plates..
I doz. GCT Plates.
Ssetts White Granite Teas.
I setts Common Teas.
dina PlateQ, China Ctrpe and Saoeer, But.
rs Gravy Bloats, Pickles, Steak Disbe.,
iup Tureen'. Ewers and Basins, Deepaad
al Di.dhes, Comaports, Tea Pots,. Cream
igs, Pi:cher-, Yellow Bakers, China-Ssaps,
ugs, &c. For saile by
R L~. McCAUGHRIX.
Mar. 29, 13-t f.
iamps and Glassware.
Table, Parlor and.Hall Lamps itagrea
iriety, with Argand Burners and PNrey
Metal Hand Lamps, Extra Chimuis,
rnr., Wicks, Lanterns, &c. - 6
Goblets andI Tumnblera of all quidide,
er Guszses, B.ie T,ambIlers, Wine Glasse,
sors' anid Castor Bottles, Preser v
olass"ee C.ns, &c.
For sale by. -
R.. L McCAUGHIRIY.
Mar. 29, I3-tf.
i50 Tons Fertilizrs,
ON HAND AND TO AmRIE
10 Tons Genuine Peruvian G uandse
from the Peruvian Governmenageaa.
00 Tons Soluble PaciSc. -
So Tons Baughs' R4w Bone.
So Tous Cazrolina Fertilizer.
50 Tons Compound Acid Phosmphati -for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
All of which I sell at the manufacturer
rices, awith expenses added. For approved
>aper or Gih.v Acceptance, time sales wri
>e made on reasonable terms.
ROB3EIsT L. McCAUGHRIN.
Molasses, Sugar, (Gof
t hbl.. W. I. Molasses.
2 llbds. W. I. M.olasses.
loi bbl'. choice N. 0 Molasses.
~to h6d. choice Demerara Sugar.
20) bbls. Powdered, Crushed, Cut Losf sad
I Sacks choice Rio Coffee.
15 Pockets choice Jai Goffee.
For ,,ale by
R. L. McCAUGilRIIC
Iron, Steel Nails, &c.
1,Oni) lbs. Swede Iron, 3 to 10 inches.
5,000i lbs. Plow Steel, t to 12 inches.
50 Bars Hlorse Shoe Iron.
5() Bars Tire Iron.
10P Kegs Cut and Finishing N'aHs,' 44
5 doz. Swede Plow Moulds. - -
For sale by R. L. McCAUGIJRJ
Agency for Dupont'i
Whole, half and quarter Kegs fffg ad
i. F. & GJo., brands of the above Po1rder
will b.- sold to Merchants at factory prices
75 Baga Tatha-ns Shot at low Egures to
B.. R L. M-CAarnm