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A 'B2d. S. g
f e-idiy, Jane14I8 .
Ve acknowledge an invitation to at
en.d Ae-tiuaJcelcbration of the Clari,
opic S,ciety, of the Unirersity of
South Carolina, which i. . to tnke place
on'Wednesday Evening, June 28th inst.
The Town of Newberry.
Newberry is a wide awake and regular
go-head place. It does more business
and better business than any place in the
0p-cointry, never failing to satisfy the
deminds of the public in every particular.
Goverror Scott, of South Carolina,
testified before the Ku Klux Committee,
en the 6th. He said he knew of no Ku
_Xlur in his part of the State, but be
ied such organization did exist in
some counties, their obiject being to in
timidate voters in 1872.
The Lynchburg News gives utterance
to the following: "Let every Southern
man bear in mind that the object of
the Ku Klux bill is, by provoking South
em violence, to keep out the Presiden
ial v*te of the South in 1872. If Grant
caa find a pretext, he will do it, and the
whole aim of the Sonth should be not
to give Iim a pretext. Let everybody
- On the question of subscribing $~A
04o to the capital stock of the Atlanta
and Richmond Air Line R.ai-.ay Coni
pany, on the condition of a location near
the town, the citiz_ns of Anderson took
a vote which resulted in a most gratify
ing manner, two hundred and one vote
being cast for and not one against. This
is as it should be, and shows that the
citiz.ns of that town are progressive and
wide awake to their interests.
rChatng the Xsa and Brother.
Under the above caption the Ch-irles
tin ourier says:
Not. a sir.-.e black skin can be foundl
among the Executive officers of the new
territorial government at Washington.
Although largely in the majority, Gen.
Grant has entirely ignored their claims,
and great is the indignation thereat.
It is very odd that the medicine pre
- scribed for the South in invariably re
j-cted asa home specific. The Southein
people may be proud, violent, even cruel,
-but they cannot be charged with being
mean enough to cheat a nigger.
Bpartanburg Female Cotlege.
With great pleasure we call attention
to the advvertisemecnt from thxe princi
* pals of this deserving institution, in our
- paper this week. This College occupies
a high place in the public regard, and
-* with reason, it being under the direction
* of gentlemen of well-known worth and
efficieney, and who have labored earnest
*y and successfully in making it one of
- - the best Female Colleges i;r the country.
The course of instruction is -liberal and
comaprehensive, and the rates charged
quite moderate, while the location is the
-healthiest and best in the whole State.
Spartanburg is a delightful town, not
only in.point of health, but as to its so
ciety, and wve know that parents cannot
do better-if they send their daughters
from home-than to entrust them to the
care of the Rev. Samuel B3. Jones, and
the Rev. Samuel Lander, joint proprie
We copy the following jastly deserved
eetmplimentary notice of the Pavilion
Hotel, from the Charleston Coutihr:
"This popular house, (and deservedly
se) announces through its head-Mirs.
H. L Butterfield, in the Courier to-day,
that the price of board has been reduced.
The Pavilion has ever enjoyed a iw ide
r.pread reputation, not second to any
other uell-kept aind excellent h:ouse, as
its numerously filled -register fi om day
tody'cari attest. It is ndmirab!y sit
usted in one of ttie most eligible portions
of the city-corner of Meeting and hIinsel
Streets-wath verandahs runuinmg its en
tire front length, fromi which an uninter
rupted view can be had. In the charac
ter of its Surpcrintendent. a well-knoawn
- host-Mr. RI. Hamil!ton-oilic:is and
corps of employees, it is not excei!ed,;
while its table is never behind in layinig
before its patrons the r.ubstantials an.d
delicacies of this and atijoining markets.
We know that our friends here and else
where will bear us out in the stttemnent
we make in refer en.ce to the old .%i!
A New Domestic Cookery Baok.
Theresa C. Brown's Modern Domestic
Cookery: -being a coliection of receipts
suitable for all classes of housewives,
together with many valuzble house
The above is the title of a very useful
snd neatly printed book of 360 pages.
relaxzsg to the m'ysteries and art of cook
:ng, by Miss There'.-4 C. Brown, of An
-serson, S. C., a copy of which the talent
e-d authoress has kindly sent us. In
this fast age too little attention is paid
to the preparation of the food we eat,
and unpalatable, indigestible dishes are
served up, which entail not only dis
appoinitme:,ts and unhappiness in the
f;uilly, but unhealthiness. In some cases
this is the result of carLlessness and in
dliftre::ce, in others -through ignorance.
yn .it.her the diflculty may be avoided
by good books en cookery, cr.refully pre
piared by practical, experienced persons
inr all the seorets of the kitchen and pan
try. The wvork before us wvill ser ve the
purpose doge dial, as it is a
.!omplete book of referenac, and we re
commend it heartily to our lady r caders.
We do not know the price of the book,
and therefore advi.e any one desiring a
copy to send to 11i>s blhown and make
The IRZSE IionD promises to give in its
w xt isa-ue a sp.endid full-page illustration of
Kada McMhbonat the h:ad et his aimy
The Laurens 'dailroad
We copy from the Laurensville Herald
the follo'ing editoial and order in re
lation to the above named road, as of
general intere:- to our readers :
"We publi.,h in this issue an :orderof
the Court consurntuatil.g the sa:of;the
Laurens Railroad to, the -treedNille and
,olutLia Railroad COnpany. Itappears
in the ternis indicatil in the order, that
the Ass'bnee hat not only looked tothe
Jaymlenti of the pureiase mnoney, but has
ail.,o obligated the .-urchaser to rebuild
ii r,ad at an early day.
This Road was sold at Golumbia on
the 7th of December last, in pursuance
of a previous order of sale, by Messrs.
Picxottu & Sont, auctioneers, atid charged
to John 1'. W harton, agent of John J.
l'atterson, as the highest bidder. Protmpt
comiphlance with the teltns of sale not.
being rendered, the Assignee (as the
record will show, we are informed), re
ported the sale, imade by him, to the
Court, and asked f>r rules against John
P. Wharton and John J. Patterson,
which were granted. Returns to the
rule were made by Wharton and Patter
son ; but before bearing of thetm could be
ha.d by the Cour t, the order now pub
li,hcd was agreed upon as a suitable at -
rangetient ot the tiatter in controversy.
The G: eeto ie ad (Coumlia R. U.. Coin
pany, no %oit, n as the tru-: bidder at
the day of .ie.
The bmo:,t important feature in the or
der, after secuting the payment of the
purchase tmon1ev, is that clause which
pla,es the reconstr uction, at an early
day, (f the l"dml to good ru'ning order,
under the contrl of the people of Lau
rens County--*! they se fit to insist on
their tights in the premises. What will
they do I Will they continue to com
plain and do nothing moe ?
It may bv, the AssiQjnee, when lie ob
ligated the Grenville and Columbia
Rai1road 2o. to rebuild the Lau ens Rail
road, lad in vi:w the .roba.ility, at some
time of gri-ater financial prosperity, of
making thIs Road a part of a granl line
!f Railroads leading f:om Asneville by
Greenvill.', Lauren.ville and Newberry,
directly to Port Royal. The waits of
our people require it. No line of Jil
toad nouid enhance so greatly the in
terests of .o iany of the citizens of the
itLate. The topography of the country
from Ashevillt along the line indicated i
the most suitabli: for a elicaply constructed
iand proftably arrangod R-iroad tha,
-anl be built in the Southern States.
Besides, it may uitimately turn out, that
this line will be our only means of com
munication with the sea board ; for if the
Air Line lailioad be conileted, it being
much uearer from Greenville to Colum
i bia by way of Spartanhnrg than by the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, the
IattEr %ill cease to be profitable above
Aiston ; and as a consequence, mubt go
.S.District Cu -S.Ga. District.
In the matter of the Llurens Rail Road
I: anpearinz to the s:aisfaction of the
I Court, that the Grceniile and Columbia
Railroad company is williig to assume
and be reponible for t.e bid of John P.
Wharton, for the Lau:ens Railroad. and
other property sol thet en ith amountit.g
to one hundred and four thousanid live
hundred dollars, of which forty two
thousand dollars were to be piad in cash
on tihe day of sale, to wit : on the 7th
day of Decetmber laxst, and the balanice
in'three equal annual instal men ts, w ithl
interest thereon payable atnually, at the
rate of 7 per cent. per annutn, to be se
cured by a mnortgage of the entire prop
erty, sold in decordance with the termts
of the order of sale heretofore passed b)
this Court upon the modtlicatious and
conditions herrir.after set forth.
On motion of .\essrs. Porter & Conr.er,
Attorneys forAs:,inee, and by consent
Greenville & Columbia Railroad Gomn
pany ordared that the Greenville &
Columbia Rail road Comipany be made
a party to this proceed(ing and be
substituted -as the purchaser of the
Laturens Railroad instead of the said
John P. Wharton, who is hereby cuit ofi
from all rights, and rotered frotn all re
sf.onsibility as a bidder for said Railroad,
and other property belonging thereto;
in consideration where"f the saxid Grecen
ville amd Columbia R:iroId Comxpan)
shall be re<;uired to pay and satisfy all
orders frotm the Court requiring James
M. Baxter, Assignee, to disbursea,nd pay
out the assets of the Laurenis Railroad
1Gowtpaxny now in Bankruptcy, promptly
as such orders may be passed, until thte
entire sum of forty-two thoutstt.d dollars,
with the interest thereon at 7 per cent.
per annum, fom the 7th dayv of Deemt
ber l )Chalb absorbed, and shall se
cure the reiinitg sum: of sixty-two
thonsand five hmidred dollars, in accor
dance with the terms of the order of sale,
heretofore set fox th, under- which said
saie was in-ade.
It is further or-dered that the Green
yille and Golumibia Railroaxd Comnpanyv
be,.:lowed to take jimmediate possessionl
of said Laurens Railroad, and be required
at once te commence the work of re
pairing th0 swa. looking to its early' res
toration to good ru.nning order.
It is furthter ordetred that upon the
payment of forty-two thousand 'loihums,
and upotn securting the balance as hxerm'1
provided, all the tight antd title of any
pron whomstoever to the I.iiurens5 R,i
road and all the propel ty 5eid thecrewith,
stall be vested in the G3reentle and Col
umi:- iM:lroad Comxpany.
~Signed ) GCEO S IRY A N.
U. S. Jidge, Distriet So. Ca.
Miarch 17th. 1871.
SI consent-D. Hi. Chamaberlain, A ttor
nev for CG. & C. Ra:ilroad Co.
True Cor.v--Danicl Hlrlbeck, C. D).
C. U. S. fo'r South Carolina.
T - Y' FaIxD FoR JUL. 1871 -A
ve seaonbl picture is the tine steel
vernteAine ouiss. Tho Clored
anod there is a pleasant shere scene 1 three
maidens sit:ing on a rock delihtfully at ease,
with the sea for a batckgrottnd. The mu-ic
is a halhad, "C ome, Love, to Me." The ii
tustratis of dress and fancy work~ are pro
fuse and very inviting. lint the stories aire
espeilly welcome in hot weather, when
above all thie one wvaots to be entertained.
Amn da \. Dotuglas -ommuenices one of her
popular serials-" A Ltttle Money" Price
$250 a year (which also includes a largte
steel engravinxg). Four copies :md one gra.t
is). SS. "Te Lady's F-riend" an d the "Sat
nrday Evenitig Post'' (and one engraving),
I 4. Pubhilhd by Deacon & Peterson, P'hila
dephia. Singlie copies for sale by all News
dealers, and by the publishers, price 2.3 cents.
ITHE JCLY NCMBER of '-Peterson's Maga
zine" is ou our table, and is unusually good,
even for this unrivatied Monthly. The prin
cipal embellishment is a spirited steel en
graving., "A bead of the Field," illus.trating
an old-fashioned love s'or-. The fashion
plate is on steel, amI richlyecolored. "Peter
son," be it kaown, is celebrated for the sur
passing style and beauty of his Paris fash
ion-plates. The stories are all original,
and by our very best writers. It gives more
for the money than any o:her. No hidy of
taste ought to be without "Peterson." Now
is the time to subscribe, for the July number
begins a new volrmie, and subscriptions will
be taken, if desired, for six months, at half
price, so that the subscription may end with
the year. Address Chas. J. Peterson, 3fl6
Genea New - It :s.
B.ywen wants a new trial.
The wheat crop in California is immense.
The Circuit Court began its session at An
dert-on. oil Monday last.
Mrs. Laura Fair, the murderess, is to be
hbng on .the 26th of July.
AUlantahiripe tomatoes; they bring ten
dailars a linJthe.
There are still aOnt two hundred and fifty
Seminole Indians in Florida.
The King of the Sandwich Istands tecps a
I hotel a 1looWnit.
A recent brench of promise !ad to the
production o7 !ove le:ttrs by tie Ldy.
A severe storn occurred at Galveston,
rexas, oni the 31, doiig great damage. No
lives Were lost,
it i- ruiored that tie Agrienitural itruenti
re-ports the grohwing ettoln ec; at a million
and a qnarter bales les-; tilan the last.
Latest oflicial advices report the number
of Ildia's inassacred at Font rant to lave
Ihere are at preL*ant nieteen zoalogic:il
grrdens in Gerniany, of a value of over s:x
It has raied so hIarl at 'Milwaukic for
four months, that it is said all the children
born there are web-footed.
The office of Archbishop of Paris, is not a
sincenre. Every incumbent -has died a vio
Som time since we stated that John
IlrowI's fhaly. now in California, were in
des:i:ute circumllstances. They deny it.
Wowe'n in Brooklyn get eight cents apiece
for maln-; g:rmncts. atid are able to inake
but thre'e a dav.
A colored ge..tleman in Texas went into a
blacksmLith sihop with his coat tail full of
powder. lie caine out through the roof.
There is said to be a steady influx of China
men to Louisiana, inported as plantation
The orzanization of the New I1ampshire
lIouce has been completed by the elee:ion of
Demecrat< by two majority.
Soutl Carolina has sent 7.018 colored per
sons to Lonuisiana. "DiZtaucc lenls enchant
nent to the view."
The Democrats of New Hamp,hire nre con
fident of carrying the organz-ition of the
Iloui.:e and electiug Weston Governor.
Von MolItke is engaged in reorganizing thr
Geriain itrmy on the regular pe:ace footing of
700,000 men- This is i:carlv twice its former
Tie wheat harvest in San Francisco, has
commence !, and the yield is better than was
expected, being an average of a half crop in
Hienry Ward Beecher, in a recent lecture,
said: "If a iewspaper writer be faithfnl to
his trusr, honest, fearless and independent,
he niust make enemies., and powerful ones.'
Frederick Hallom, a nice youn:- man of
.Jersey City, h-is come to grief by committing
a horrible crime. It is ai.igned as a reason
that he parted his hair in the middle.
"During the late war," says an exchange,
"4Frauce prodiucd no Marshal Murat, and]
yet she are cavalry horses enough to have
prodneed a marshal neigh."
The latest invention in advertisinZ is thait
o. a Hartford patent medicine man, who lin
sheared his dog, and painted on the animal
the name of the universal cure.
Thbe City Hall. at Fall River, Miss., was
strutek by liat ing yesterday, setting the
hailoing on fire. A man who had taken
:helter under a tree in the vicinity was killed.
The .apane-e have but one newspaper,
which comes out but once a month, in the
shape of a stitched pamphle, ofone hundre
pages. It has been established a little more
than a % ear.
Two lit:le children were buried alive, bv
the falling in of the wall of a c.e in Wick
ford, R. I., the other day.- Their mother,a
Mrs. Burnell, who was sick, died from the
shock, and tire father has become inane.
It is sItted that tire grand total of the Com
nmunist force's amoutnteil to 190,425 men, ol
whom 162,561 an.swered to their names when
the mnusrer-rofl was mnade up. Of these num
leers, 96,000 belonged to the rarebting legion,
anid 94,000 were reserved for garriso-n daty.
A-high.ly poetical epic on Gen. Jackson
has. been written by a Western bard1. Aeou
pIe of-lines read thus':.
"Wheirn you see their eyes glisten, then, my
Were the last dying words of A. Jackson.
A most terrib'e andI singulir acciJ.ent has
occurred at a colonial town caIled Tictoria,
in South Africa. A water t-p(ut bui-rst six
miles rebove the village. and the waiter ruish
Iing cdown thrrou::h a rav-ine washed half the
town away, andI drowned over one bnrurdrced
of the inh!abitanrts, men, womenr aud clii
THE YEAR 01r BATTLES.-A his*ory of thec
great war betweter france and Germany,
its ari5 in, causes'. hristory, biogr-aphy of
its leaders, condition aend preparation of
tire two cun:iries, battles and resnis, b)y
L. B. Biroekett, M. I)., Aa:hor of "igtory
of thre Civil War ine America"--(amp,
Battle-Fie!d and Hospitau'' - Woman's
Work itt the Civil War- &c., & c.
Tree New Yor-k Tribunie of A pril 15th says:
"In pi-eparitng thre history of thre Prrussian
IWar from its comrmenceement to its c'-ose,
the author of tis volume hras not himited
himself to a coempihatieon of events from
differrent aurthorities, but has aimed at re
producing tire arbrundant matter furnished by
eve witnesses at the scene of action in a com
p' and well digested narrative. He has
made a careful study of tihe movements of
the twogreat ar-rmies, and thecir positions in the
principal battles of tire wvar, and has suc
ceeded in-givin;: considerable vitality to heis
descriptionr of tire-detr:ils. A good deal of
valuibe inormation is given inr tire pie.
limnary ebnf rs which tire devoted tn an
explanatiofte c.tuses of the wvar, tn tire
military, naval, and Sirantcial positions of tire
two comitrres, aind to biographical sketches
of tire prominerrt military mrea, arid c'ivilirans,
w bo hrave figured int tire progress of thre con
test. No siogle votume ihas been isseued since
the bre:eking out of hostihitiles wich presents
a more compjlete arid imrelligible survey of
the whole course of tire w.ar. its historial an
tecedentse, its riatifold political reirtions,
rnd tire distinguidled pe-rsonarges whro harve
occuepied the foregrouind of tire gr-and nration
al gtilte. 'The interest of the work and its
practicalI u:ility. are ineased by the copious
appropriaute illustrations wichd serve not
mnertv for embelli,hmnent, bitt for iniforma.
Tine Pubbris!ers say: Where pli.rms of hat
tes have been foundi necessry to arope
understandintg at thre text, threy have been
given. Turat tihe whroIc field of oper,urins
-may be taken in at a glanice, we have peut in
to tiheok an accunrater and fiuely JeCtedC
map of Western Europe. Tire needle gunr.
which hras formed an imapo-rant featurre of
tire war, is shownr by a diaramec of twenty
parts. Tire rttreat battles oft tire wnr arc ii
lustrarted by engravings design-ed by tire ar
tidt whoa witnessedl the rtrrbe scenres of
blood and carnage. liesides ail these, tire book
contains portr,rrts of tine leadirng inen rind
wormerr of bmebc conies, all entgrav-ed by
the best engraver inr Ne w York. It contains
fifty-one tine ilustratnrons. Tine work has beenr
written inr tire authtor's tinecet sryle, antd will
be found eq'rr to any of theC p. culaitr books
heeoor yien to tine worl.i by hrim.
TE s.T e rk contrains ever 400 pages
octravo, ocr good pap -r. The book is purb
lished in English undi German at tire same
pricec, wich are-Octavo, cloth, $2.00. (ic
tavo leather, $2 50.
THE~ CATHoLZC ADVOCATE.-Tis is the
itie of a very hradsome S parge paper, pub
lishred at No 33a Km;:g Street. Chtarleston, S.
C , every Sat urdary, by Sihaffer & Co. Tine
Advocare is tastefully tmarde up, anrd publikih
edi for $3 per anunurm We comntpend it to
thre Cathorlics of our com:nanitcy as well as to
te general reader whIo may wish to acquaint
himnself with the greatn currents of spiritual
thought wh-ich f,ay at this epoch.
BtiREE's WEEKLY for ,Iute is full of good
things. Indeed tire publishers sh'are no pains
or expense to make it aceptablre to tire imul
titudie of readcrs, little and lig, whlo receive
it. We earnestly commen.d it to our readers
as a mnagarzine which ouight to be itt the
hands of all tire boysa and girls in the land.
It is published bry Brirke & Co., Macon. Ga.,
at $2 per annunm.
LA FaxCE ELEGANSTE, is received for
June, :mde it is a beautit'ul number. The
fashions are rich and extremely tasteful, and
of great varicty. Aul of its laidy subscribers
are charmed with this magrazine, and it is
certaiuly onre of the beet of its kind. For
subsetiptions ad:1rese &- T. Tsyior. 391 C:na!
f -* - LOCA L.
Wool wanted-20,000 pounds-Blakeley &
Gibbes, Columbia, S. C. See notice.
DEBT.-Debt .is a, horse that Is -always
throwing ftv rifr. "ools. rid- him bire
backed and~ without abridle.
Attention is directed to card 6f fogarIls
Book Depository. The es;ta.lisbed suedesi
of this-emporium is its own recomMendation,
IcE CREAx -Mr:. hodair will accept
tlanks of Senior's famlly fPr a deposit made
on their table of suirte of bet nice Ice Crcam. .
Tuis delicavy is ttruiSlhed Vy Mrs. S., cVery
Persons eilling on Mjaj. W. F. Nauce,
Special Ageut at Newberry for the Butler,
Chadwick & Gary Immigration Scheme, will
diud it to their advantage, ns he is prepared
to give any information relative to it.
THE NEWBERRY BAPTIST CIIURCII.-NC
are pleased to 'earn that Mr. .hn Stout has
accepted the call to -lie pastol:ship of this
church, and that be has regularly entere: i
upon his ministcrial duties.
SiD DEATH.-We learn that on Saturday
last Mr. Elijah Tribble, while preparing to
leave his lot to do a piece of ploughing, was
thrown from a mule, and becoming enta-ngled
in the traces, was kicked to death. The un- I
fortunate man conld not be extricated until
the mule was secured and the bame-string cut.
tr reference to our advertising columns it
will be seen that C- W . Wiecking, corner ot i
King and Society Streets, Charleston, S. C., i
is the agent for the celebrated Milwaukie I
Lager Beer, which is very highly recom
mended for its purity, stiength of body and
richness of flavor.
We invite. attention to card of Messrs.
Paul B. Lalane & Co., Auction, General
Commission and Wtolesale Grocers, 171
East Bay, Charleston, S. C. This house so
licits consignments, and gives ample refer
ence to those who may not be acquainted
I with its business qualifications and reliabi'i
TnE STArn TroUPu.-We are happy in be
ing able to announce that this model min
strel troupe will have the honor of making
a second appearance in the new Hall, during
the ncxt week, and will present aprogramme
which, they are flattered in believing, will be
as well received as was the last. Due notice
will h.e given on what night tlie performance
vill tae plae. Again we bespeak for them
a house full.
Fresh Arrirals of new goods at McFail &
flool's. Stock kept fresh by constant addi
WIEAT.-The :fears of our farmers, that
the rains of last week would materially in
jure the wheat piled for threshiug, we believe
were not realizeJ. On every hand the thresh
er is now doing its work, and pretty soon
new flour will be on the mark.et.
We have heard of no new flour yet coming
in, but hope that many days will not elapse
ere such is the case, and the go-od housewife
once more have home made flour, (bet er far
than that imported,) to make op into bread,
rolls, and pies and things.
JAIL DELITERY.-On Moad-ty la t, about
eleven o'clock forenoon, the negro Donglass,
convicted of- cow stealing, and who:e term
in jaiil is fonr months. previous to a longer
stay in the peniteutiary, together with David
W ise, convicted of murder, tind condemned
to be hung in January nexct, .neither liking
their quarters or the future prospects, es
caped jail nd attempted togetaway. Being
at onice followed they were both captured, af
ter a considerable ran, and phei d b..ek -n o
WHA-r WAS IT?-Our local stumubled over
a big thing !ast week, which was gutardedl by
the indefatigtable assistant town marehal.
A crowd of spectators were luoking at the
amphtibious creature, and speculation ran
hitgh. Was it captutred by Town Coutmeil,
a.sked one? Is it a KLu Klux? What is it?
It hiasn't the marks of a scallaivag or a car,
pet oagger, said another. Ding it-don't
you see--it's a snapping "turkle", brought
from the vasty deep of Blush River, wa the
.reply of its cap-or.
.Do you want a go>d fitting shirt ? Go to
McFall & Pool and have your measure taken.
A good f& is warranted.
ALL.Is wE.L..-Our.towu, is as &till as a
church mnou,e, and happy as a bby with a
new knife. A ll is order and quiet, no rows,
no out-break<, no ku klux, no nothing. The
Council even makes no war on the little
be.ys' Tittle goats, which are allowed to
browse antd bob around. With a little
stretch of fancy, one might almost think
Newherry a se'coud Lake of C-,nmo, shut in
by Alpine hills, and all that. $qtuire Miller's
little trees even are pu:ring o:it their tiny
branches, and are learning to make music of
the soft breczzs. AllI is serene.
DR. FAST's CAnas, in :nother cokrmn, in
rel:ttion to his very popular Liver Regulator,
his P'yrophosphocratedl lair of Calisaya
Bark, and Bisrmuth and Iron. his Compound
Syrup of Sarsapariula aud Q-icen's Delight,
and last, but not leist, his compound ex
traet of Blucho, each and all of which are ali
ready well known for their great excellences,
we take much pleasure in calling the atten
tion of our readers to. Triese preparations
are good. having been tested with' the most
beneficial results. Read t.he- advertisements
and see what they arc good for.
OLRa 13ANK,-The fact that our citizens are
soon to eujoy the privileges of banking fa,
cilties affords much satisfaction. The or
ganization being now effected, It is only
neessary to complete certain essential ar
rangements, whtich will occupy a few weeks
perhaps, when the bank will go into opera
tion. The selection of oflicers, too, is a ju
dicious one; no mrn better qualified conaid
have been found to fill the important po-i
tions to which these have been calhled, and
we congratulate them on their elevation to
oflie, as well as the busittess community.
that the intrec.sts of the bank will be cntrtust
ed to such good hands.
AnlotT- A Fn~E ENGNE.--In answer to the
qtesion asked last week-what about a fire
engine' we are gratified to learrn that ste'ps
have been instituted to procure one, and nc
gotiations now being made will likely result
in a favorable manner. In a few d:tys it will
be ascertained whether the engine now In
-riew can be obtained or not. We are pleased
to h'ear this; it looks like ou'r citizens are
awke, and that so great a necessity is not
overlooked, or treated with entire indiffer
ece. We think it strange, however, that
the action determined on, was deemed,
seemingly, of so little importance, that no
thing was s::id about ir, so that mention
could be made through our paper .
The ladies love to go to McFall & Pool's
dry goods store, and why? Because they
are always sure of finding the best, and
handsomest of goods.
THE WEATHER ANtD CRuops.-The seasons
for most of the growing crops are propitious,
and corn particularly looks finer than we,
eve.r remember to have seen itat so ea rly a!
period. The promise now is that tbe yield
will be good, andI shiould July prove season
a~.te rer will he bh'sed n ith fail cribs.
Vbeat has turtedout Tneh better than was
xpected. Oats generally are splendid, a
,reat deal too, we are pleased to say, having
Peen sowed. All kinds of garden crops are
tonting to do their very best. Too much
ain, however, has f'Alen forcotton, say far
ners, and the crop will not turn Out good,
iut so far as we have seen,the pat is grows
ig *igorously and looks healthy and prom
Djrr Toun TEArs.-In proof that either
lbe good time coming, and long waited for,
ias at length come, or something else equally
s good, we cite seeing on Saturday last, a
riend trigged on- from head to heel in deep
4!#e. We thorght directly of the nursery
"Do Miss Nmaev, don'r you cry,
Ylnr sweetheart will come hy'm'by%;
When he conei. he'll dress in blue,
And [hat's a sigu he'll marry you."
For generations has this premise been held
te:d out, never before has it been realized.
'he man in blie has always been in blessed
irospective until now. It' there is a sighing,
rving, dying Miss Natcy in this case, we
id her dry her tears and look up. The man
tas come. "Go for him," clasp him to your
teart; be no longer broken hearted, and ne'er
'rom him be parted, but live together and be
tappy, forever and a day.
A perfect fit in a shirt is a luxury which
I gentlemen appreciate. Messrs. McFall
Pool, take measures, and send to the New
lork factory. Try them.
So Tux It-:nA SAIT.-MIany of our read
rs no donbt, remember, iong, long ago,
cading the first chapier of a tale which
>romised to prove of-reat interest. It was
-nt,tlcie, we beLikve, the "adventures of
3ha-les" somebody. Irgave a glowing de
cription of the hero, his matily proportions.
inl invested him with such excellencies of
-haracter and attainments, that fLir readers,
,very one, set him up as their bea-i ideal of a
ord of creation. Of course Ciarles wa3 in
uve. His lady love lived some miles off,
ind the intervening sp-ace was crowned by a
nountain of considerable proportions. This
;pace was often traverbed by Charles, and
hle mountain scaled by his sturdy legs. The
:ourse of true love does not always run
;moothly however, as m-iny of our young
riends know to their sorrow; and, unfortu
lately, one beautiftil Indian summer after
loon, anim:ttel to an unuil 11 degree by the
liviac em->tion, our I -ro, Charles, in going
down the precipitous side of the mountain,
tforesaid, lost his footing, as he had his
iead, and blippel d,>wn, down, down, and
,vould have fallen to its very base, but that
ijagged branch of an old tree caught him
by the seat of his beeches. Charles hung
muspended in mid air. It was a perilous po
;ition, all will ad:nit. Without regard,
iowever, to the thousan Is of sympathizing
readers, the publisher stopped there, and
wid "to be continued." It was unfeeling.
Worse though, week after week elapsed, and
ao continuation followed. Young ladies
ere in despair; what had beco'ne of Cbarles?
kras he hanging on the tree, on that moun
ain side still? The Indian Summer passed,
and Winter, with its bleak, chilly blasts, set
in. What a situation for Charles, and then,
too, he had on nothing but a pair of thin
linen pants. Hi, love must have taken
wings surely. About this tkme a Western
,ditor took up the story, and published the
scond and lasst chapter to relieve the wide
spread anxiety. Sail he, after remaining in
that trying position six week<, until the rain
!md dews had rotted his pants, Charles fell
to the bottom. Whethcr lie survived the ad
venture or not, or was afterwards matrried,
tas not been discovered to this day.
This initeresting and exciting story was
brought to mind on the occasion of the per
rormtanee given by te St.ar frou~pe two weeks
sgo, and by the tambarine pl.ayer who relia.
ted a cacik and bull story of a young m:an
ayho had to cross the ocean to see hisi swveet
eart, wvhaich, he said, he had read in the
Eeratd. The adventures of this hero were so
onderful, so marvellons, as to create doubt
is to their truth, and to su'astantiate his nar
rative, at every seten cen,as unn estionable
inthom ity, hec wonld repea?, 'so the Ilertald
says." And thtus going on from onte whop
pr to another, and so the Hlerald says, and
getting his anudience highly intercsted to
~nowv bio his hero would get out of the
naze of diffieulties, into which he had beena
o strangely brought, concluled by saying,
itf you want the rest, just subscribe for the
[herald, and read for yonrself.'
Appreciating the intense atnxiety which
>ur readers feel ona this s'thlject, and folly
aware of the morbid enrio4lty which must
>c entertained, we will endeanvor shortly to
give the complete narrative from beginning
to end. It is due to ourselves to say though,
:hat no such marvellous story eve appeired
a the lierald. The tamborine priayer's im
gination is responsible for it.
McFall & Pool arc the asuats for S. W. IL.
Ward, of New' York, who mnakes a perfect
A relative beauty-a pretty eon-in.
A sure way to stop a woman's mouth
Stufinag improves the fair as well as the
Ile thenism-worshipping idlM tidhe: in
The best way to start a little nursery-get
W~hen does r:ain become too fatmiliar to a
tidy ? When it begins to patter on the b:ack.
We have heard but of one old woman who
kissed her cow, but of thtou'ands wvho have
Reflections should never lhe cast on a plain
roung lady for consultinig her looking-glass;
or she is fucing her dificulties.
"Do you like novels ?" said the charming
Emma, to her cousin from aural parts. 'I
don't know," teplied she, 'hot I dote on
A woman has been arrested in Newark
or taking "snoots" tat a m'an. We have
ao idea whtat sitoots are, buit thte woman
>ught to be ashamed of herself.
The Girl of the Period is accused of being
oo practical; and yet a glanace at her cihig,
ton proves how fond she is of building eas
ies in thte (h)sir.
"My dear," said a husband to his wife,
'i'm going to start a coffee plantation.'&
ILow will you get the'land?" "Oh bother
the land, I've always plenty of grotands in
A beautiful toast:-"Woman-pure as a
snowflake as falls upon thec cold peaks of
the llactian Alps;. beautiful as the houri that
bathes herself in the crystal fountaius of the
Moslem paradise; graceful as the peri afloat
an her shell-skiff over the calm waters of' the
ark blue sea; vain, worse than vafa, the
warning to' guard the heart when intellect
fashes from her baight eye, and the light of
the soul Is breathed like musie upon her
LONDox, June 12.-The starving people
of Teheran, Persia, have eaten fifty children.
A despatch from Bombay says a vessel foun
:lered near Lockpor't. Eighty ives were lost.
Hon. J. C. S. Knowletor, editor of the
'aladinm, is dead.
London, June 12.-It is reported that
hiers~ has resigned
London, JIune 10.-The weather continues
-ld. There was a snow storih of an hour
MESRS. EIWITOs , The Grand Jury; it
their Presentrnent at the late term of the
Circuit Court, against the County Comiis
sioners, having seen proper to publish my
account against the Commissioners, I would
ask tostate the following in e:2planation of
the sppatently high prees therein 'eharged
against the County:
Being fully aware of the th9=neial condidon
of the County, and that thAe wer elafms,
largely ftl excess of the County Taxes to be
paid tor the past year, selling as low as 50
per cent , I could not expect to be paid for
these goods under fifteen months at the low
est calculation, even if then, and as I could
not be paid interest, I was compelled to
charge such prices as would pay me for the
use of my capital. I only charged an amount,
if paid In fifteen months, that would be equal
to the prices paid by the best men in this
County. In some cases I know they willing
ly pay 10 per cent. on the cash prices of the
goods, and one per cent. per month interest;
and in other cases, cash prices at 3 per cent.
per month. Now, for fifteen months, de,
duct 3 per cent. per month-which is 45 per
cent.-from my bill, and I am satisfied no
reasonable man will complain of the prices,
and as Mr. W. G. Mayes and R. L. 31'Caugh
rin were called before the Grand Jury to
compare their cash prices wi.h mine, as pub
lishe.1 by the Grand Jury, I am authorized
by these gentlemen to refer to them as to the
correctuess of this statement, and that they
are being paid 3 percent. per month, or its
equivalent, by the best men in the County,
for such articles of merchandise as is charged
in my bill. And, furthermore, I will say In
conclusion, that I would be glad to receive
the cash for tIs bill, at the cash prices on
the days they were delivered, without inter
est, if the Treasurer of the County will pay
NEWBERRtY, June 13, 1871.
I licreby affirm that I have not paid Mr. D.
Mower, on the account passed by the late
Board of Commissioners, for Eleven Hun
dred and Thirty Dollars, one solitary cent,
as will be seen on examination of the same;
neither have I paid him for any supplies for
1870. TIIOS. P. SLIDER,
NEWBERRY, S C.. .Tune 13 -Cotton 171.
LIvERPOOL. June 12-Evening.-Cotton
firm-uplands S a 8; Orleans 8! a 81; sales
NEw YonX. June 12-7 P. W.-Cotton
strorn; sales 4.832 ba!cs-uplanda 201. Gold
steady, at 121.
AVOU3TA, June 12 -Cotton active and
firm, 18, a 19; sales 640 bales; receipts 150.
CHARLESTON, June 12 -Cotton firm-mid
dling 19; receipts 192 bales; sales 300; stock
DIED, in Newberry, on the 31st of May,
ult., of Cholera Infantum, the it,fant son of
Mr. D. R. and Mrs. SALLIE L PBiyR, aged
1 year and 11 months,
VERSAILES, June 10.-The seat of (;o%.
ernment shortly goes to Paris. The idea
of a convention has been abandoned.
Bodies wlll be exhumed and burned bt
yond Fort Vanvres. The committee on
the re-organizatiot.of the army will fa.
vor a compulsory service. De Joinville
and D'Aumanle visited Thicrs and other
ofi<.ials,.and were received with the ut.
most courtesy. Tihiers afterwards re
turned the visit. rTe Pr inces, during
these visits, fo,rmaly 'declined seats in
the Assemly-, and disclaimed any in
ten tion of intriguing against the Repub
lie. The Officiai Journal assures the
people that deposits in the Bank of
France were uninjunrel1.
Till: Poru.AvroN or Sou CAnOus.rN
Senator Robertson. of this State, has
forwarded from Washington the staite.
ment, arranged-hy counties, of the pope.
lation of this State. By tlas, the in
crease i ithe la.t ten years, as compared
with the census of 1800l, is a litt'e short
of 2,000. There are in the State ' f na~
tive white'c. 281,t30 ; of whites, foreign
born, 7,768; to)tal numwber of whites,
8,47 There are int the Stite of na~
tive coh,redl, 41 5,284 ; of rolored, foreign
horn, 290; total number of colored, 415,.
580O. Tamere are ini the State, of Indians,
122. Chinamenn, 1. Total population,
Tut ..ixrx Btr.t.- A speciaml Wash.
ington despatch of the 29th says:
Notnithstanding the fact that the or
decr oif the President to the armr. re
garding the enforcement of the Kn Klux
law, has been distributed more than twoc
weeks to the commrarmling oflicers, rnot a1
single case has beeni reported from that
source to the War Departinent in iceturn,
and Gov. Scott, of S.mth Carolina, has
infore the S'cretary of War that
neither additional troops nor mrartial
law are needed ini that State.
DraOF Mtt. TU. S. NicKERtso.-The
tinny friends .>f this gentletaan will re
gret to kcarn of his death, which occurred
in the State of Wiscons~ini, on Truesday
inorning, the 6th inast. We glean this
inaformoation from the Augusta Constitu
yinls, c.fysterday-. Mr. Nickersoni
dwelt in C'olumi-ai. both during and since
the war, and will he well retnembered as
the aflale and generous host of the
Nic kerson Ilcuse of this city, which
house -tl bears his name.- Phonix.
DIE MIODnvEw.T for .June is replete with:
designs, patterins and fashion ohites It gives
a -:ast amount when the very low price of its
subscription is considered.' It is publi.+hed
twice a month at only $3 per annum, by S.
T. Taylor, Importer of Ladie2s F.tshions, 3931
Canal St., N. Y.
Another colored cadet has arris el at
WVest Point-Henry Alonz-> Napier, from
Tennessee. iIe is about eighteen yenrs
of age, and darker thana cadetSuith.
A Trip to the Mountains.
GREE.\~VILLE & COLU\MBIA R. R.,
Gotenuut, S. C., J.hme 13, 1871.
FOR the accommodatica.of pc:s.n.s who
desire to witness the colmencement exer.
cises of Ne wherry College and the la 1ing of
the Corner Stone, by the Masonic Fiaterni,
ty,atWalhalla, during the last wee-k in June,
roumnd trip tickets for oue fare wsill be is
sued at all stations on this road for Anader
son ; sale of tickets to commnence on Satur
day, the 24th, and continue unntil Wednes.
day the 28th, inclusive ; good to return ot
until Monday July 3, inciusive. Commoer.c
mnct excreises will begin on Monday,. the
26th; Corner Stone will be laid on Wed
nesday, the 2Sth. By this arrangement at
opportunity is offered to enjoy the moon.
taim air an.d to witr ess an imposing and in
THOS. DODA ME AD, Gen'l Sept.
31. T. BARtTLETT~, Gieneral Ticket Agent.
June 14, 24-3t.
Wool! Wool!! Wool!!!
WANTED to buy 20,000 pounds of
IWOOL for cash.
BL.iEL EY & GlBBEN,
THE CUTUN STATS PS
Lif& hIsurance Comoany, libe
PRISCIPAL OIF1CE AT I
MACON. GEOB IA..
The business of this stritly Southern and .
Home Compani is con'fined by law to legiti- (
nate Life Insu'rane alone.
Policies issued on all the approved mu
tual plan%. F4
It also issues policies at stock rates, 25
per cent. under the atutual rates, butAL
does not advise its patrons to insure on the Bo
stock plan, it being very expensive in ,the ch4
long run. It is known that d:videtnds in a TL
good Mutual Company will average aboat
6.5 per cent., especially at the Sonth and
West. where investments bring good returns.
90 per cent. of profits on the autuas ha
business divided annually among all the BC
mutual Policy-holders, without excepti.n. .m
One-ihird loin on premiums given when
desired-interest charred only upon first th
Where all cash is paid policies will be- D(
come self-sustaining, that is pas out, and B1
have 50 per cent. added to their faces, that Cd
is one-third more than the original sum in- L
Ample provision against forfeiture of is I
policies in the expressed terms of the con- y
The Company will always purchase its to
policies at their cash value.
We offer the people of the State the same- mi
financial security as Northern Companies, Ar
the accutmula:ing premiums of the insured, an
and in addititn thereto a capital com- ly
mencing with $.00.0. Millions of dul
lars annually have hitherto been lost to d
the active circula.iot of the South in pay- Ia
mneut of premiums in Northeru Companies.
In benefits derived from the investments a
made by these Companies in Northern real
estate and securities, our people can never ex
share on equal terms. Let us then sustain pr
our own Life enterprise and thus ktep our pi
money and the profits at home. -
OFFICERS AT MAcO, Gror.GA. de
WM. B. J0OHNSTON..............Preidlent- bo
WM. S. HOLT.........-.............Vice-Preident.
GEO. S. OBEA................. ecretary.
.JOHN V. BURKE...............General Agent.
C. F. McCAY...................................Actuary.
W. J. X AGILL......Superintendent of A-rencies:
JAMFS MERCER GREEN,. Medical Examiner
The Cotton States Company is a Georgia
and South Carolina Enterprise, and is a
good Company, and is now fully identified
with the interests of our people.
This State is ably represented in the gen
eral management by South Carolina Direc
,tors. LAVAL & ABNEY,
General Agents for North & South Carolina.
W:.r. J. LAvAL, Offi,e: Co41wbia..S. C.
31. W. Anr.Y, X. D., of Edgefield.
J.t. 4, '71, 1-17.
Sale of Valuable Real Estate
in the Town of Newberry.
Mayes & Martin and others,) In Common
Bank of Newberry, S. C. Newberry,$.C
IN obed'ence to an order posed by the ac
presidiig Judge of the Seyt-' Circuit at I
Chambers, on the 6th May, 1871, in the t
above stated case, I will sell at NeWberrv, ct
r. C., on the 1st MONDAY in JULY NEXT, pb
at 11 (A:CLOCK, A. M., all that lot of land
on which the.o
Banking House of the Bank al
of Newberry, S. C., T
Is loca ted, fronting on the Public Sqnnre ot re
the Town of Newberry 35 feet, and running g
back'-1104 feet 6 iiches, with a uniform .
width. Bounded by lots of B. D. Boyd, L,. er
J. .Jon:es and J. P. Pool, for CAS:I, pur- pt
chaser to pay for staumps and papers'I
I will sell at thre samne time and place
One large Iron Safe-val
One small Iron Sae
And Furniture beloniging o
to the B3ank of Newbecrry, S. h
Rl. L. 51'C'A E'GTIRIN,
Jmne I I, 24-3t Receiver.
Spartaubulrg C. H., S. C.
TilE FALL4 SESSION, 1871, will opeu
on MONDAY, JUNE 26th, and continue 20
Ample atir rrrrges fo'r thocrough1 instruc
tion are offe-red at the following
RATEs PER sEssioN, iN ADlTaMCE:
Roard, i.:eludin;; washimt, fuel and
Re;tular Tuition, including Latii. ... 50
Insteunmental Music, Piano, G;uitar, or
Organ....................... 22.5(a h.
Use ot Jnstrnmr.ent..... .. .... .... .2.50
For fut ther information, adldressg
RET. SAMUEL B. JONE.S, a
Rmxv. SAIIUEL LANDER,
Jrne 1, 24-3m* Joint-Proprietors, a
A t astonishmingly low prices, (NO HIUMBDG.)
TOYS of all sorts at even less figures
than the above.
When you go into MZarsh:all's Store ASK
for w-hat you want to bmuy-a man lost part
of a large fortune last week by. neglecting
this advice. L. R M.
Jumne 14, 24-It.
Tax Notice for 1871.
FOR the informuationi of Tax Paaters I C
woald beg lente. to- state that Capt. W. WV
Davis, has been appointed Dep.uty Assessor
for this County, and n attend the differ- ~
ent preeiers to take returns of P'ERSON. -.
AL 'ROI'ERTY. iIe will notify in ad
vance as to the place and time of his visit,
and if tan; fail to prsen1t themselves the.
Rasemts can be made before mec at my
office, at New berry C. H. if any mhuuld re
Suse er neglect to comply with this requisi- 10
tion the assessments will be made as pre-. ag
scribed by l,aw. . n
Assesswta t. to co,m.men.ce first of Jul.irlestor
S. 3.0CTGOMERY,jng ber
June 14, 2-4Ae County Aud,land Plant
-r Etiwanm Fe:
P A VIL I ON H OQT.upply byceadli
Charleston. S. C.Kewberryv, Dec.
BJARD PEE DAY - - I have now oni h:
Mas H. L. RUTrEP.FIELD:No 2, and twenity
will keep constant
Rl. H AMILToN, Super popular fertihli:cr:
__________________.-o lay in what thec
ICE .CREt Dec.U, 50_ tf
Can be.had .eVe rPAVnI
noon at Mrs. $HOk Cha
SA LOON. -R ~A
.T~i~e 4. 2 ~f. II. L. BUT
laski Lodge Ko. #0.O.L
'IlS L*e 1iyir eAik re%gamsej(
Brothers aesiring to iao th
tnuAeip ;iN:please leave their
bi the tude-sigUed during the e
; -. JUN T. EETERSON,
uue 14, 24-It ecretsrt.
Newbkry Steam MW C4.
mgStokhwde* of tg' ab*e na
npan. are notided that"the pegular
LMeetig will take place at the Mill
urda,''the 24th inst., at 14) o'clock,
* JOfLXP. 44. 't.,
r,ine 14, 24-2.
)pecial Book Neti
artWs Book 1 1 s
ok buers.~l T. eole. of oun4arge
yiee ollectoWi seeks, o6nilting
BOOKS, S. S. LIBRARY BOOKS,
AND jUVENILE BOOKS,
re be:n.arranged and marked down
:ordance with the reduced pric
We offer o ife n'exfsixtf dayIS th
r inducenent-of a liberal -discoat
,chases of Book aMoWnt'
LLAR and upwar4s. Our TOC.
OKS ebisists of alt the liest and
tions or STANDARY:AN'EW
.OUR JUVMULA MRALPTNMI
artienlarly rich fn goo . for
We have recently dade rg
our stock of BIBEJIS. T,&ne
"ly reduced. We are -now.,
usu-div large variety of,
Iericdir Tamitly' Bibles,
d the Episcogal Prayer Baek
low. prie'. -
We are Special Agents for
y Sebool Publising -HoUes,
nd stpplies of their,pu
All varieties of STATI ONARY
tortnent -of SC.HOOL.BOOS 7 -
Our S!ore isso-arrangediitals
Zinin1C the steck -at theit.
ee of ea.h book is marked s
rehassers erery 'Scility.~
cgPersons re.4ding in -thm
mbe bear in mind that b--A-2
rs to us f>r any boO!0s o -
t, they wilfbe ~iarge ony
ok. We pay-Ir,tbe postag
FOGARTIES 300t -
No. 260 KING1erREEr, t
kpril 26, 17-1y -
A Rebellions St6ff&...
h, like the body pofiti;, e
nt by rebellion. -nd vhiok
e liver, the bowel*. the nervesi
lation, the ..brain,. revolt
.3 whole spitem. isi disastrously
neify-nd reguslate the derw
gn fist,1asnd the -disteb~
adencies will speedilv
nder it an irre able
is a fine sto
ation 'is so
June 14, 24
e-Carfiral Stoek of the sam.
1e Hunndred~ -Thouand-Dolfe'ui,
reby given that subscripios
oec will no* he received ,Pa
ay wish to secure -sock sho.tM
plication. ' . I. MScC11G
.Junse 7, 23-=2.--' -'P
'he- National kanM
Subscribers to the (apital Ste
tsional-BainTof eberry are hr
led th'st theif subscriptions inus8t
na or before.tJie 2fltiJune' inlsStans
By ozder of the:B3ard of4litejtoe
R. L. Mc ACGUKRN
June-7, 2a- lt.
TIlE nr.dersigned3 having parcua'
orougly re(itted the Mill for
Messrs. Sense & Wheeler, big 4sve
form, the publid that we ard pregasd
ind CORN and WHIEAT. And'd*1
so be pre-pared, in a short time, CAE
00L. We aL<seep cotan8hKoR*m
supply of.. C GRoY5A
hich we will sell at~ lowest cisi el~6
ill exchange the s'ine for god a
wing standard weight for-eah.f
We hope by strict. attentioest
me, it a share of public
June 7, 23-3t*.
LU. 3. LALAE. E. Y. L
PAUL B. LAL.ANE &
- 171 EAST BAT~
CIIARLESTON, S. C.
PRcS.--essrs. Hart & 00.
ce, Messrs. Weagner & Monsees. .Mr.
mat, F. J7. RIob-rts, Discount Cler*
sished the Agency or the
I Super-Phosphate Com.
,S. C., and C~apt. W. H;
appointedl in my place..
ers n ho use those justly
tilizers will find an am-.
ag on Capt. Webb.
G. T. SCOTT..
mdh eighty Tons of Etiwam
Tons of the No. 1, and
ly supplied with these
'. l6:-muers will do- well,
wan.t at once.
W. H. WEBB.
eston. S. C.