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dodnesday, January 3, 184
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Vick's Floral Guide.
The Annual Fh,ral Guide, of Mr. Jas.
Vick, whose extensive seed, flower, veg
etable and fruit grounds are located in
Rochester, N. J., is received and ne.
knowle4ged with pleasure. It is elabo
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well as his time and energies, are devo
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vise every one of our readers to send 10
ets, to him and get a copy, that th-v may
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too, f,,r neither State law nor Federal
can prevent them in its exercise, i, to
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the future. During t.he year just closed,
we were enveloped in not a few dark
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iug public, we have been able to come
out of them safely, and now on the thresh
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us on all occasions-though we have lef t
undone those things which we ought to
have done, and very freqnently doneI
those which we ought not to have done
is gratefully appreciated, and we hope
that with the experience of the past we
shall in the future be able, in a great
measure, to do as near right as possibile.
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- for that would be a vain hope, and im
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chanical execution, but in the char-acte-r
and ability of its matter. We thank
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far, and we.ask you to continue with us
still further, even to the end, and may
the shadows of the past be forgotten in
brigher realizations of the future ; may
the year 1872 be fruitful in all good
things to you.
Mr- Stanbery's Notion Over-rrled.
In our issue of Decemiber 28, we al
luded to the important question raised
by the Hon. Henary Staubery on the
27th inist., ina the United States Court,
before Judges Bond and Bryan. Mr. S.
raised the question of "the constitution
ality of the Enforcement Acts of C"n
gresi:, of 1870 and 1871. H e raised the
question upon a mio,n in arrest ofjois
ment. We hopi d that the Court wo uld
divide on this question, so ais to have t he
great question raised by Mr. Stanberyv
carried directly up to the SupremeCourt.
That Judge Bond would have take-n the
view he did was to) he expected from his
antecedents on the bench. Wh,ilst we
regret that Judge flrvant's mind did not
lead him to a de-ci.-ion more in conso
nance with Mr. Stanbery's views of the
constitutional points in volvedl, yet we
can attribute his mental biams only toi
conscientious, but, as we conceive it,
mistaken opinions as to the sphere of|
Congress, the powers of the General]
G.overnmment and the relation between iti
and the States composing the Unmon.1
We hoped tkat the Court would divide
in opinion. As it is, we trust that
Messrs. Johnson anid Stanhery will now
proceed to pint the important qjuestinul of
the constitutionality of the Enforcement
Acts of 1670 and 1871 before the Sn
preme Court, by proccedings of habeas
corpus at d certiorari. iset us, in some
way, have a solution of the great con
stitutional qjuestliln involved in Mr. St an
United States our.
IN TnE CASE OF JOIIN S. MILLER FOR
When Mr. Corbin had closed ljs argu
ment,.Juige Bmid d1eli%ered a cliarge Lt
he jurv :s f,l.Ws:
I tiejirV fiind from the evidence that
the e >)spi:eY describedi in the fitrst anld
onll.; count i'n tihe i,%dic-tmenlt !iJ exist,
an,d th:It it had for its obj -ct to pI event
citizens of thie Uited States oaimlil-c-d
to vote from voting1, on account of their
co)r, and the dcfendant was a tueb r
o'f such cont-piracy, then the defe t,
is guiltv. BIt the. jiury must, in order
to conviet the Iarty, ftiiher fi!-d from
the eviderice that the coldlict of tihe <,,
feidaint was voluitiary, anll was not. (omI
peletd by force he CoI)I1l Jot resiS! ; anid
th, jury are at liberty to find, frm :1l
the evdence in tihe c:ie, wial the m
tent and purpose of the defendant w:s.
The prisoner is enitled to (vt ry rea
sonable doubt whlich tile j;!ry ;:y h:,
anmll bv that we mean t.ot e'ery v.-agie
and ind;.stinrt notion which :iv batint
a jurt-r's njid, but a d4uht for which
the jy can give a reason.
If there was no such conspiracr, or if
there was a conspitacy, and it had a dif
ferent purpose or purposes, aid the in
tent set out in the inidictuent was not
one of its purposes, or if the defeitlai
was no-t one of the conspirlitors, the jury
must flid a vet diet of not gui!ty. Uet
tlemen, the case is with you.
After the jury retirei, Mr. CorLin
proposed that tlie court e-liver sentence
upon the prisoners. Siierod (Ahi"ders,
Ev:ns Murphy, Hzekiah Porter. and
WV m. Montgmiery, who had pleaded
guilty to the fir:,t indictment brought
before the court. The chiirge., inl the
indictment were that the prisoners were
meTilbers of a general conspiracy to in
terfere w:th and prevent the free exercise
of the right f voting of <ivers citizesl
of African descent, anld that the prison
ers engaged inl a special cm:npiracy
ag:inst Aizi RIainey, to iij.re and op
press him, becau4e of his ha ing voted.
The counsel for tile lpri.oners simittud
affdavit-; in extel 'I'l titn of tle oflence
of the prisoners. Whil- the colit was
considering these Ailldavits, the jury re
turned, and rendi-red a verdict of guiihy
against John S. Miller.
Sherud Childers was then calle,d mi to
the har of the court. aid interrogatei IV
the court :as to what he could say in
nitigation of his punishmlenilt. The pri.
suner was rat1hr a stupid-loioking fulltw,
aid had to be qicstiuned pointedly by
Tihe court stated iat, in consideration
that the priso.er had pleaded gui lty, and
thereby s.owed a mea,ure of repentaince,
the I unihment siould be only $100
tine and ei:iteen mouths' imprisonmet.
I. MItgonIe-ry was next called.
The court delivered the slme sentence.
Evans M-rphy was next calledl. lie
stated that he had a wife, four chi!dren
and two sisters-in-law depeident upon
him ; th-at he was a farmer, and could
read ard wiite a little, aid that he was
only on the one raid, and hid taken no
immediate hand in the '%hipping.
The court sentenced him to) the same.
Hezekiah Porter rece;ive:d tile samse
lbert Iaves Milchell was then call
ei. The court over-ruled the motion fur
a new t rial and in arrest oIf j udgntn ,
argued by Mr. Sunzbery, yesterday.
TIhe sentence of the court was U.e
sa, e as tile others.
Johni WV. Mitebieli avas next calledl. 11.
stated that lie was a miarrh-dl main, head
eight chiiildren, had11 a deriped mc.ther- de
pending upon his labor ; that he joined
tile klatn under apprehensitins for hii< OWni
safety, and had controlled them in all in
stance-s fr omn intenided acts oIf '.i.dcence.
Judlge B>ml staited that, on account of
his (the prisoner'.) :uge anid influence i
the comunitytiL, of his plroln,ineitce in the
klan as chief, atnd of his failure to infIrm
the civil authllrities, or take any steps to
restrain the violence (If tholse uA ho were
reatly under the conitrol, anid wouIld
have heen intiuenced by his (ex:innple, th,e
heavy penalty of $1,000 fine awilfive
rears' inmpi sotnment v:ould be pro,
nounicedl agaiinst him.
Dr. Thos. B. WVhitsides was next
aled, and 'A as Senlt e-edC to oneC year's
my ~risonmuent ain] $100 fi no.
John1 S. Mliller was then caliled to theC
lar (If the cour t, and Seni cedC to threeC
uonthi;'i imprionme-nt ard fin:ed $20).
Alr. Corbin: stated th:.t thiere were a
umbher of ether de-fetndaits w ho (de.sired]
to pleadt guiltyv. They were calhle-d, ai
enttencd as fllha S:
Sylvanus Shearer, HI ugh Shea-er, Wmn.
hean er, J:ames lB. Shu-:r *r, line $100,
Z0-"7 A LIVNG FURlNACK.
Te livinig body is a reZi:b:t td furn ce.
he humn orgainiism ill nmore or le-ss
ombustible, lIut not egnatlly to. The
bduod, that is to say the food in its tranzs
formied state, may be compared to the fuel,
nd the niore s'able tissues f->rmied fr-omi
he bilo ., to te iron stove siihib cotn
aitis the foe]. dust nl prprto to the
niergy and celerity with which life is car
ied on, does this combuiist:o.i proceed ;
nd just in proportion as8 the comibuistion
roceeds, is freshi fuel, that is to say fresh
lood, requiiedl. But in order to obtain a
Slpply of fresh blood, food must be pre
ent, anld not only food, but the power of
ov.erting; the food into blood, that ic, di
~esive energy. Whlere thlere is a failure
in this digesti vc energy, or in thle appetite
hieh accompanies it, stimulants of various
~escrptions5 are frequently had recourse to;
iut their effct is transienlt, and if leaned
pon too long and too exclusively, they
Lud to derange thue digestive functions,
sd to take away the natural desire for
>od, which is thle only true life-supporter.
Dit let Dr. FiSch's Bitters be used per
everingly ard in the prescribed quantities,
i conjunction with the daily meals, and
hir toie q1ualities will rapidly strengthen
le di::estive organs, and create at th e
imie time t 5:.iecint and healthy appetite.
.;id whlen an abundance of wholesome
od (which we are thus enab!ecd to take,)
: de'y diges ted and assimilated, it will
iea fullness of vitality which u'ill
ike awayV any desire for the improper use
if alcoholic stimultatnts.
Jan. 3, 1-Im. e.o.w.
THlE .\MERICA FAnxrEn, reen1venated and
poved, is received. Every topic interest
g to the agrieulturist, suitabile to) the se'.
mI, is treated, and biesides devotes mucth
ace to the Dairy. lIorticahture, Stock and
oultry, &c. 10,000 copies arc circulated
ee, and every body is invited to send for one
the publishers, 31essrs. Sam'i, Sands &
on, iadtiiore, Md. Subscription price
L50 to clubs at S1.
A NEAT -ILMANAC.-\Xe acknowledge the
-eipt of a neat and useful Almanac from
e Charleston publishing house of 3Iessrs.
alker, Ev-ans & Cogswell. It is just the
ing for the countinig house, to hang near
e farmer's fireside, and for everybody.
The Christ-ChiB:-A Chrtstmas Dream.
Come, little children; Lily, Susie, Nel!ic
:Inl vua older ones, it you % i-I to hear my
Chri.,tnas story, sit down and be very qiet
for awhile. Mary Leigh is asleep, but if she
were wide :w:iii, she is too youn: yet to c::re
a,out any kind of stories except such as her
miotl,er tell-; her.
Two or thrre iiights ago I dreamed that I
bid: passed a wiy, not died, fur I knew no
thing about dea;t0j, but in my dream it seem
el that I had pasmd away from this life and
"a gone to heavea. I knew it was that glo- I
rious pl.tce calil heavei, becue-c every,
:hig was he.i:ifiu and f.air, anl th-re was
ii) si;n or aipip-arance of fad.n* or I-cay or
:Iy obljct u,ton wL:it the eye Inight rest.
TIe fluwers #Ion'l i% cvti;is:- sweet
liess, beautN perfunic. Tivy c-ha-gd
erf*Ty tnIen' , l it w.I fro1 lie::UIY to
be::utv. If a hand p!acl a .r,e, % hich for
ba:u:y see:nd impsibIle- to be eotxh;led,
artwher f.-r more hew tizflt i,; pae
The leave< of ti-e *jves as h iel rustd i in the
gentle wind, made a low, ztil! music, that
sank into the soul witi a guntle and tender
but -xceeCdinII_ly subdluing power. The songs
of the birds were such as are n:evkr heard on
earth; and the tmurmuring of the streams,
as they flowed through the green, grasy
Ineadows, seemed like echos of the voices
of angels !pcaking lessone of eternal pence. i
1 knew it was that hoi-y place called heaven,
beenuse pence, and the very spirit of peace,
seemed resting upon everyth:tg there. The I
Sun shon, in the East, midw:y between the
horizon and the zenith, and its beams were
full of pe-ace. In the green pastures the
herds fed in peace ; and afar off, it seemed
that I heard a tinkling bell, whose gentle
ring breathed of peace. Peace was on all
the hilts ;'and the valleys basked in the sun
shine of pence. And peace was in every
I knew, too, it was that glorious place
called lleaven, becau;e the bright beings,
the ien :md women, th::t I saw there, had
no thought, no will, but to love one another
:id to (1o good. When they saw ine enter
the gce their eyes tirned towards me and
he:ued upon me with an iteffable love,whoset
14t1h1, of t-;lerness it is impossible to ex
press. No words of welcome were spoken,
bit their eyes, their "lorious faces shown
with welcome, as if my entrance there filled
them with a iew sense ofjoy. If I had not I
known ::t once that it was lleaven, if I had
dt!ub'ed in the least, my doubts would soon
have been dispeiled, for in a hort :ifter I had
c:ntered, I was met by a little Child. The wis
dn of infinite ages, with the eternal inno
ecncee of chiihood, shone in his effulgent
eyes. This li::h Cii:d tnet me, and, as lie
tor b me by tl:e ii ni to give me wc!vome, I
seme-d to feel, rathr th:ii sie, : tn:ark upon
1 his teni :ind in the pains of his h:Imds,
that tuil i:e who I:e wns. Ile led me to
war !s a tt-mp!c which seemtd to glow and
shiie wvit b an inward light of its own. As
we diew ne.ir, ten thouamd, thous:diii voices,
and :nyriads of stringed instruments were
hean! pr.iing God, filling every aisle and <
ev rv cori:er of the vast buitlding with the I
richest im,u.ic. As we entered, all the voices
were heard as one voice, saying: "Thc Lord I
is in His Holy Temple, let all the earth keep
silettce before him." And every head was
bowed in silent worship as that litt'e Child,
changed into the glorious likeness and image
of the Lord, sat upon ilis throne in the East.
My spirit seemed to dlie within me, and, ut
terly destitute of s:rength, I fell prostrate at
hIis feet. For many moments :il thought, :
all feelitng, all s-ense of beting left me, and It
lay as one deadh. Butt lie touched, or seemed
to touch me, andI a voice, penetrating and
thrilling throngh all my being, bade me rise
and stantd upon my feer. Being lifted up
tby a power ntot ray own, a voice of infinitec.
tendlerniess bade toe welcome. Strnck with
an agony of remorse for my many short
comiitgs, I cried1 out thatt F was u;terly un-p
worthy of IIis great love, and of the b!essed, a
niew tha:t iIe had bestowedl nptn me. With
a loo,k of ineffable love lIe said: "I ktnow g
yomur ,hort-comtin'zs, yonr weiknesec, y-onr
nntwonr tie,s aid your worth , far better than
it is possib!c foar you ever to know them
ycurself. The worth of any, even the most.
erring s-cut, is vety great. H.ive you not
vet leaurned that there i< morej>y in Hleaven
over- onte sinner that repents, than over nine-C
ty an.I nine ju-t persens that nc-d no repent- 1
ance? i know you.r unw~orthiness, buit for
youtr sake Ii ssumeidi humanity, and bore in i
myv body your sins aid your suffering<. I
know your pride and vanity of heart, I know
votur coldness and selfishness, but with all 0
yiour sins, I know that deep withim your in
most heart there is a lIttle germ, a little spark
of love fi)r moe, because yout love little chtil
dren. The souls of little children are infi- p
nirely dear to me. You love them, and it is F
well. You were tbrotight lhere thatyou might 0
learn hiowv specially dear the little onmes are to fi
ma, and th at lcerning this, you might permit r<
-oitr love for t hemt to go out through them d.
~antd embrace in its fold all of human kind. ,,
I wats once a little chtild."
Alh, chlildren, de-ar children, Ils words c:
seieed to slauy toe, nind yet to give me life. tC
I seemed to lose myself and to bec born again. Ic
A hard ct-nst which had grown about my .
heart, biroke aind -nelted and di-appeared.
Aini then I heard these words, not spoken I
aloui, but chtimning in notes of music and il
glaidness, through n!l the avennes of setnse
and soul: "Fo;ismucth as ye diid it to one
oif the least of these, miy brethren, ye did it
Shortly afterwards, the gl!oriouis majesty.
wais veileil, atnd that lit:!c ('hild stood again t
by my sidle. Taking me ty the hand, He th
led toe gently forth. As we passed from the bi
tetmtle, again thme mighty song hurst forth.
This time the wools were: "Ble-ssing, and
honor, andl glor, anid power, he Unto Him Y'
thamt sltteth upon the throtne, and unto the rc
Liamb forever tanid ever." g
As he led me throtugh the rardlen, he said: f
"Yotu will now return to earth ; you have vet c
tmuch work to do. Let your heart the ahvays hi
young; bear ever in your breast the heart of to
a child, remtenmbering that except ye repent .
andi beconie as a little child, ye can in nos
wise enter the kingdom of Heaven." All c<
unrest, all disquiet atnd anxiety, were ban- w
ished by the mu,ic of these words. I seemed
in tiy dream to sink into a deep and quiet ~
sleep. And then my dream seemed merged P1
into anotber dream, in which I seemed to hr
wake to tbe pealing chimes of happy Christ" re
mas better. And mingling with the chimes
were voices, sonuding like the voices of those
angels that sang that first Christmas song: y
'-Glory to God in the highest, and on earth, a
peace, good will to men."
l)ec. 26th, 1871. UNCLE JOHN. fr:
g&Y ORDER?S FOR TICKETS ha
to the Cotncerts of the South Carolina Land ti<
andi htnmigration Association at Charleston 4
ot the 8th of .inuary ate said to b)e flowing
in. Now is the titte to buy. Price only ui5
each, with one ehancee in sixty-two to draw a
fortne itn c:sh among the 2 I05 gifts that are
GEO. P. IZOWEL., Co's Advertising Agen
y. No. 41 Park how, Ne w York, receives
uuvertisetments for all the newspapers in the
United States, at the lowest cash rates, fur
ni'.hi;-g cireutars amid estimates free.-lhrook
Iyn (E. D.) Times. It is a model business
ouse. They give inure for the money than
any other house in the world.-City Item,
3IANUF7A cTURING ENTRaPRIse IN CiRARtLs
ro.-(harlestonu is fa-t bieoming a manufactur
ing as well a commercial city. The largest manu
factory oftdoors. sashes. blinls. & c.. in the South,
en $t:tt- is that of Mr. P-. P.. Toate. on Hiort
beck's Wharf in that city, sates rooms at No 20
11asynesmireet. Mr.Troale's advertiseenttappears
in another column. Nov. 1-lm.
The looks andl accounts of the undersigned
can be fount at Motte & Tarrant's Office. In
my absence these gentietmen will receipt for
acount< ine me. P. B3. RUFF. kt
Se. 20. 1i-. w
"MssRS. Glt1FV'.q & lI MAN. Newspaper
dvertisimg Agents. No. 4 South St ..il
inore. 314.. are dulv .iuthorizel to contract
or adverti:-encits at. our c,ntrct rates. Adver
isers in that City are re,it.etd tu Ieave their a
'ors with thi huse."
Do you wish profiit,ble investment? Ir .o,
ead the advertisement of Capt. W. II. Webb,
nd call on him for par,icul;:r-s.
EARLY ROSE POTATOES.-MCSsr. Ehols
.nd Wilson have a supply of thi; linsur
iasscd variety of Early Potatoc. They are
eceived from Connecticut, expresQly for
ced, and can be boighlt at ; 00 per barrel.
Motte's Victoria Tonic Bitters will keep off
WANTED-A T:m with tbe r.lt:enc of
tb, and the eidurince of a s;a:n engine,
0 c1l1eet a few accounts for this oflice. fie
nu,t Ie plentifully endowed n%ith itn cie,
W!d not be afraid to exerui,e it either, and
le able to sit up at nilhir with his patients
en it becomes neces-ary. To such ain one
cc will come dovn1 right sharply.
Attention is directed to the c-rd of Rev.
). McNeill Turner, 1). D , Brev:rl, N. C.
7he advantages offered by the course of in
truction in this institution are manifold, be
ides the delightful and licallhy clin:e of
ts location, the course is remarkably cheap.
E'e principal is a veteran in school expe
-ienee, and has occupied the chairs of Mathe
natics and Languages in different Colleges.
Ma. B. W. OWENS, whose work shop is
ocated near the depot, on the corner of Main
;treet and the Helena road, is prepared
:ither to make or repair Buggics, Wagons,
'c., in an expeditions and workmanlike
nanner. We ask for him the patronage of
he citizens of Newbcrry. He im attentive,
>rompt, reliable and skilled in his business.
.ive him a trial. Hfts card appears in this
NO MORE BUCK.-A tolerably w-ll dressed
ifteetith amendment, with cane in hand,
igh heels on a pair of second hand gai ers,
nd ,ky blue tight fitting pants, wasaccosted
lie o:her diy near the Hotel entrance by
mother amendment not so elaborately gotten
ip, with the old time salutation, "halloo,
uck." Wool went up directly. Amendment
turned, his eye flashed fire. "don't call a
eniletpan buck again, or I'll list you."
mendment 2 larfed. So did the local.
A I.i.F..-lapeing in thL Clerk's
>ffice-we iman Mr. Thos. Like's-Thurs
ldy afternoon of last week, a young man
Lnd woman (colored) presented themisclves
:andidates for matrimony, whereupon that
ili,er, with the case, maimer. style and
:race of a veteran inl that interestinz ptir
uit, geintly diSp aetcel. th1eI into the sphere
>f cotlJigl felicity, r -. Senit item out into
lie new year full of hope and lappines;.
MasoNc.-Tle followiig are the ollicers
ccenly itstalled to serve Signet Chipter
jr Rov: Arch Masons, the cisuiin; Masi::l
1. Rodiesperger. 1. E. II. P.; Jio. S.ont.
cing; M. Foot, Scribe ; Jto. 0. Peoplts,
. of IT.; \\ . II. Wisen mn, P. S.; G. M. Gi
ardean. R. A. C; 1I. P. Tarrant. G. M1. :4
A. G. Ifaybin, G. M. 2d V., Albert Lu
as, G. M. Ist V.; R. S. Chick, Trens.; N. E:
lazyck, See'y.; WV. C. .Johnsotn, Setinel.
TUE ATLANTIC Actb l'atospti iTE, as wel
s the ATANTIC l'nOSPtI.ATE, adcvertised by
be G;ener.il Agents, Messrs. 1e'cr, Rlodgers
nd Co., of Charleston, have endorsemnenta
uchi as entitle them to the confidence of the
hianter. Both are prepared under the dirce
ion of tliat distitnguishe.1 Chiemit, Dr. St.
ulien Ravenel, whose recoinmnenidaition is,
nffiiient guar.antee of their high qualities.
C take pleasure in calling the attention of
lanters to the cardis which appear th is week,
nd in referrIng thema to Messrs. M:ycs &
lartin, agents for Newberry, fo,r aniy inafor
tation which may l)e desired.
SAL-DAT-was nlhe: cd in wi h rain, andi
ulminated in ma I, mule and 'mendlment.
Vhich predominated we canu't say. Never
Sthe history of Newberry wats there more
f the whole. Positive locomotion wias Out
fthie question; if one did not run against
n amentdment, lie would be sure to stick in
uc mud. The scene was tnore like tan anl
tatetd cheese titan a scene of animated tia.
ire. We Cannot say more, ianiguage being
nidequate to do that justiee which such an
easion calls for, therefore we coniclnude, it
as the mnuddicst, madlest, miscrablest day
the calendar, if it was New Year.
OLE BUr,L OUJTDOE.-Tbce old nig Whio
ayed the frlhule in front of the Court Ilouse
riday last, is a decided original. The neck
the fididle rests in his horny hand, but his
ngers touch nary string, nor has he use for
sin for the bow. His forte is entirely "on
tmotion," and a mnonotonous kind of sing
mug tune on his mouth piece. No tune
ttne from the fiddle, how could it, for he
suchied one open string only, and thatt a
osc one, the charm consistitng altogether as
e sai1 in motion. IIe was the ugliest old
g too ever seen. It is said he can play in
is way fromn%un down to sun up. No king
as ever happier.
TR1BUTE OF ltESPECT.-Newberry D)ivi
on, No. 8, Sons of Temperance, turned out
regalia on Sunday afternoon last, to paty
me last tribute of respect to their deceased
-other, John Beach. The occasion was a
.d one, as in the death of this estimable
ung man, who died far away from his pa
nts and loved ones much sympathy was
It and shown. Ihis futneral services were
uductedl at the Baptist Church-of which
was a worthy and cousistent member-by
e Rev. Mr. Stout, a member of the Divi
rn, who feelingly alluded to his many ex
leut qualities of heart, not the least of
bich was bis exceeding humility. The pa
ts and friends of the deceased wIll be
eased to learn that their departed relative
4 every attention while living and every
p'ct in his burial.
Tnz WKATMZa could hardly have ever
en worse thtan it is now, and has b-.en, for
out six weeks. Izs as changeable too as a
sky maideu, but without a particle of her
esantry. So very batd is it tliat our poet
urette, in a melancholy fat of bjluc inspira
in, just aft--r coming in out of another
owei atnd bespittered with mudl, says:
It rains when it cl.ooses,
E-very day and each night,
Sometimes in deluges,
Iniundating us qtuite.
The clerk's up the spout
Went up before Ciaristmas;
The trifling lout
Up let him stay fast.
The inhabitant oldest
Looking back through the past,
Says we've had it the coldest,
The while it did last.
And warm too as blazes,
With ratin, sleet and snow,
Such miserable ph azes
Were nc'er seen below.
And its all of that clerk,
Who got up the spout,
And neglected his work
May lie never get out.
Motte's Victoria Tofnic~Bitters shaouldl heI
Pt in every house, antd their life-giving Tan
Irol.ertie.: triedi bw .all..ma
DREADtUL CATASTrO1 E.-One afternoon
during the holidays, two gentlemen, har
ing nothing else t do for the nonce, and
finding two ton cats with eye-balls glarin
velgeatce on each other's high-flung back,
by some hokuis polus arrangement got
their taiis into a twist. A correspondent
who viewed the scene, and gives hi:mself
the benefit of a dout that one of tllee
cats was tw*i to Norva!, or Norval'S see
ond self, quotes fron a !orter 6,:-eribed
"Twice romau th.- room hev %et 'i cir
Cie, each eye ipn the fou ilte;iy. bet
then sidowavs movin:, as i; wont -ih% :tt:,
?aVe one long l!diw6, terifie, .'vage ow,
aldu buckil-d in."
"Thi! fhr il-v. A miht ofi h:ar h t o'er
tl-he aitl'-fit-'Lld. !!Uh1 allove. the 4inl of
pa.v ingl na ,0:rse lhw dro.ad!*ul turitII o
the stuggi'' g e.:t-. So gI".i ned himir iee
in renzy, ILa to mile, wi! .,v the contiet
from the hiiilow ie.tr, tii t el-t w.S
plain but -or" :-tars th.Lt ml)oVL(l iI 11bs vc
"An hour they.strg;lcd it tenpestuous
fight, when faint arid tainter grew the squall
of war, until all sound was hushed. Then
went I forth with lantern, and the field sur
veyed. What saw I?
"Six claws, one ear, of teeth, perhaps a
handrful ; naht l cke, except a solitary tail.
That tail w%as Norval's ; by a rin- I knew
it. The car was-but we'll let it pass. The
tail will do without the ear."
Motte's Victoria Tonic Ditters are used and
prescribed by Physici.ns as the best. 48-6,.
0w THE WAR PATH -Since the "late in
pleasantness" no such appearance has been
put in in this section, ai struck the vision of
ye local on one of the cold, wet days of last
week. A solitary horseman-except that he
was accompanied by a ferocious lookingdorg
of the bull species-most completely fixed
for travel, and prepared for any kind of
weather the gods might bestow, or any -re
ception or treatment he might receive at the
hands of wandering bL.'mians. Ulankets,
skins, wrappers, leggins, india-rubber over
coat, frying pan, bottle, chain, and other
things, indispensabic no doubt, to his calling,
whatever it might be. IlIe certainly was a
sight to behold. 1;esides, lie had large red
whiskers, and looked as if lie had been out
some time, and didn't care a continental
when lie got home. ills appearance waj a
puzzle. What his busiuess, and where go
ing, it was useless to conjecture. le was
no K. K. we were convinced, for none of
that character come about here. At first it
was suppo;:ed lie was Scott, fleeing from im
peachment Bowen, with his bonds and scrip,
but heard soon after that his Excellency
was all right. Various other things we
thought, un:;l we finally canic to the con
litsi'm that lie was a lewspaper collector,
for no other business could possibly call for
such preparation, and no other can possibly
present I-, m:my energencviet-. Yes, he was
a tte-.-er collector,1 b:'iting up dIelin
qient sub<cribrs andI :d>-paying ad verti
sers, anl we b,t he'll ie*d1 them, atd no
l-irtn b:fJAl Iiin eIther. The lucky editor
who h:is hitn employed i- to te envied, and
can1 enjoy his digni:y, s.viirled that hii red
whiskered coidjator, with the he!p of that
bull dog and chain, will bring the touhest
man to ter.ns. Woail that w ha1 sahe; -tn
one. Ile took the Lairen<: road.
M.AsoNio >:.:n::rroN.-)t the~ 27ih tilt..
the je.tiral ,f . .I Jit the Eva:eli: t,A ni:v
Lodge celeb'r.i ed the occa-ion by a puhl!e
instlIl.in oh oh-er- and uan ald:re'5.
Te fraterairy assen:bb-.l ini the'r Lotdge
andI marcede tlhence ini p,rocess:oni to T')vn
IIal,whuere the inlteristintg cer-e:nto:ii.-s wetre
condire'ed b:-forec a very large aud!ie:nce oh
gentime :it-l I altle5.
Several addr-esses we're to have bhen
maide, but owing to te ab.,ence and' inrdis
position of the spi-kera, tot n:il late in
the d.iv were the serv'ees of Ik-v. Irot!wr
McKibbent. who was p is,ing tho h otlZt r'l
townvt, obltainted iTh .id lre-s wals brief andi
pr;ctial,-:hie ::ist oh t-.e im lntt bing"
the fitn'es an.l htarmonyv of thu order n it
correct princiles whichi obtaint ittntmora.
and' philt science, and the ulitimate ues
aiums and end' oh' thle ints:ittutiont.
Prof. Lvbranid's excei!entt b:md fromt Co
ing sotne of i:s ichest ia ins of itt:sie, wie
gave qjite ant ccitt to theC alflir, but ow'itt"
to the imiperfet aconu tic rrangemtent i of
t:e haill, some, of tile softer notes were Iost
At the eind of the ad-iress, the tbre trn
rettirnedl to their tall to close rte Lod.:
prepatratoty to the entjoymentit of a ban:te:,
gotten up by Mr. Galetitt, in very tice
style. The bill of fare was goiod-enuog,
doubtless, for King Wibi.r.n; for if thee
was no sauir kranit andl Iagem beer, tiher
was nmost e.seellenit br'ownt-stnt, andt actres
of poiltd cake : also lakes Ot chamirptzine
which flowed int si Iveryv torr-en ts into thte
cold-sIlue which ran over the abs,orbedl e:tn
ire of turkey and kintgiomt of gre.se. The
Ka--ler's co:niodtote w-oild.r bee ~e
|ighted with thet entten:e co.dia!e and. th'e
between thet larboard l -tarbotr it I.
nf tile table, in their ,eutin 'tnd y' Ir't
ion of the aforesaid k'-hi .Twh
tivities of the eveitig nr--dh.' My
nial, andu wetre enided byaIt i.u o
A e.umber of ladwes til y'ement'
remained int the htall to enj.>v tihepesr
of a danice, ile a s2reni:lintg p tr: ie
the tramqutil s!itmbler of several friln i b
their beautiftl straiun otim:l,dy, a:lure
little spech or two, mtilos avts tmoni:t .liI
and crispt as theO miniig air.
The following are tile oflicers itistalle-d:
J. Ward Motte, W. M.; A. G. Mainit, S.
W.; J. E. Brownt, J. W.; W. T. Tarrantr,
Tres.; T. M. Like, Seuc'y.; G. M. Girar
dcau, S. ID.; IL. P. Tarrant, J. I); P. Ito
dcperger andi. J. Fr. Giltl, S ewards; Wl.
. JIohns~on, Tiler.
Mr. 'toleriiie was cue ash-I ich ofe
Woodiwrth's I Wiorilith' conlsidered t he pr?
tiest, whe icr .e plnrmpt ly re;died, "h is datug'
Tais Sou-rrEics Naca,ztNF, r .tanttuary,
contains " What t sall tif ie lhttle of iici
abomtintv ;" rn fte ILa-t 1 avs ;' "Spulr'
Wb Paper;:" "'A Solhier of F'or:une:" "M r
Pinkertomn's Mi.tatke:' "Notes on E-. A. P'o
lar's Lonst usie:"' "A I reaum of te Bas
tile:" Sovereigty in tile United Stttes:
"Lord Kilgob,bin:" "To' the Sorna:" "IRun to
Erh:" A S-ory of Nine Tfravellers;" &c.
It is the hteat Southern literary tnonthliy pub
lihed, anid deserve< well at rte hand< of rhe
raintg pttbhic. Pliheid by.- Murdoceh,
Browne & lll, Baltimore, Md., S.
Woon's ITOUSETToL MAGAZNE.-The
tenth volumte of this periodical opens with
the Jlanuary ntumher, which is biefore u.
Like it-i predeesnors, it is fa'l of subs:antiali
homeni reaingt whieb is aimiraly allptedI
"to promotie knuowledg. virtue and temrtper
ance." Its enuntribtttioms for te month ar
of a decidedly i:tereteg ehiaracrer. The
Honaehold fills a h!antk.tbat has~ long exist
'd, by supplying, at a low price, a rood
!i:tiazine which is hnt one dollar a year
Any person not acquainted with it, will re
eive a specimen copy free by addressing S.
S. Wood & Co. New burgh. N. Y.
OD'1A 1U 7 i D :[N.)
di,Cease. Such IS d y5pip,iIi .he sto:n:i
and the brain arc too in,*tiately u! for
the, one to sifTeri. : di:t te 0:1.er, o ha
It i.:.V be addcd, to, that irrilt:ion , !iic
$'omaIzrbi is alri ::vari)>! acma ied
by irriition ofte e:p .
The 1: 0i. r.;in .:0:)-g:lzig o
crai : I i I-z it' mor,'t pow.
.i vs:o:It.iCUlI. p:in
acIlC. i deul d iti .Is'irL i t:$ i-o: tn.
' e: to if ,-- o.'i. i L ::r. :. !e :ie is
r l::: re;;io:. ipid,::' o..- : o i e! is - ned
,elatg:g : r.':s rk.-:: . .-::es< wh!e h itre
Cl-i~ i* CilIlt .i Ou h !-i611.111"ml Scu lise
19:/- 11 ur !w: i . ' (bIte: f TP .i s
a.iif:C roerm.cij:.!p of~~;ii ;lI valib t li
il 5e;e O: ii no: tr ept. of ile
preiniily ther are o c t c l! ev: tl
zoe t es ur Ge-on W .d im ini are
pver lfrlu coph, Ech e,j uose ems
b:-uh'"irt. a%,! permpn.- -eii of ienih
caf sd inv,ain Il :t1i*i 4 iso c!. Th
viagre, a d ani-bilieo u s e properti es o-the
HItveC ldi: ii!' IOL 1)t.Lii ic B Le
GE!s L Dro oES 1viTiv CV.%jor.L;0t frio Onet
treariti on. iatlir are aelyt Erec ryl i n d. ima
tve rfl ir:ici bad pil il the c uetine tioe sof
troutiv wthi h ro er i .i t an e ic ret
toiu ord ngiisint al n tr t it is oine d
and rhe le. Th liz.el on thlie d
pih. it o r::ans is < s.dey det a r a: c-i
j.,ort arid wt tiroh:eb the e,iVeta e Rsult
ratve a d nithot p.er The ipter
Auf.e F wiGRch is pir: euParly Tra>eet
e N ea O T,i wt!.0end td en pill of rai
ltenasatipu e ther boae sto at nheot thie n
nit ircitl on and produce ipron eo
'h ill.i er c h tnd colds. he beat .
eIutrditg a l e dies ie tobod!t
vigor, and Oust R rth e t Vgetabe o
rtie plice cdonictiat ill tic thefips of
GEaornL E ~:tIT, i wnito ue pain o orrfa
tI he Da. Wa LKi's Anc adr. re :ieves
the contilu titied. are: the fo ae fi ti sHV
thd l p tyoig tieir i r nra mar
1TO. O t er f CFrosic .-ect . tlha Sit astt
pill et eritho t lt is e dr.e to caure fr
oWurced Itr ousto< bly thi. Ient VaLotA
beativ and I. ic ta vb tile teethe lio o
ark RAGRNT BtcRE . l
PRANT' AOSTRALER OIL ot iwar Ieoft
ure ea'r-cetioy a in.ritie! in the wo ai luf.: t!ro f
themselveis o t rneau! . sh l no ifmp!ai
wii . ccursdt o f gr nelcli. rhe 1 ozfrtit
S ilurseedl er:ict ate te c a hf fou t breh,
wMarNY peiSelyEEPE e not pwre of
te ecpti on t i r !ctie vi etir at :tue ifn.
Fitlvorn; V.ract,ie s fo r unuliar u ls. M oeai ei
them anrel ole trio- and omere. l intot'
blens bl- e frits.nd tc. uisl: e r ereu t.
1'.rk1';C. New Yo ill- ti~Is
LATTWS ASTA OF IR-No tex wost -
thttI ver O1)r T ioh Iiin :ij' liere V i-i ii: ime:t
biever i wit h t it l Mitivetirg etain or fmit
U'oe. MITro. udc. l*.:u-iterisn.dy koh sre
ranp ov s l iiitr!.-i . i . r exklue ifd ut
W irran teS Lte to aL:y on tbr irczur.o
tlel Hoe o. *- ri! Vr.n odb heD ust:.A >ep!7 t, 1.e
Y':sr '. or k.
PRATT'S ATRLE NIL-N1t theChepes
but A i d. .t .i a b-Ur iVtin s Oil r i ly
ue ivert o le nr., in the rtiary kero:le
ar ois StaE . :or exywle if teA
l5mw ctiue. Mre S. uny. tor uigrr
oil ilur . :hire P'ir::t. St::iledL 1770CNe
lirto Aoi!v pctr tor a envr.d tirr ecr
nitr . U v o tl se; 1 d ouer tterhn of w ound
burlii. ri- s-n. &ner c. ret leve cwhee In
vry itita. Ue ir: i- nttie. Iht ieiti: :L II rug
g. i. .
-kn ThaE bUeS esal,d owee.dLver O as ui:
that- timet om r :emli n elec ies.cb u sit: in
ever set.ticeitehas :tves etie 01act laen : it
fritvto all otherfeos. tiians. fre ckles:d sun
hiur t :rinyo the otn r you th al;m e.
ithlrat :s ti::te '-Cii :nt iey . lo ito r
Cltpot :r btl. stee. .:' Ie . w Y ork.
'I:tANKS TO T,H W.$' TPEY SlVER
of.\ I i. n !i:Mw' :tin; 1::5 ny. Cthe d.-a i: of
many- Carentl haeb.:eu niie tpealby win.et
illo ng hebe riil ets w ithise re nd net -
er f:.iuil tproduc ttig arme ncr.icalI peto ofr
CAe tuiBt Li) SAiVE111 -Ntin'. ike h t p'ever
knownic befor vne, auter ti urti. ore0. e Im
&.like ma;:gic l'hsiias -;ilrOk of.. it e,m
oftvi :he- ti-lt prii)n-.n l'rce cto pe.i~ 'r i..x
PHYS~ IAGANS whGoI;re-i!!.e '::pino
their .R pr c rtice.hesin u ti
w.ezrlt lives Whot.r..l.my gret reven;; ohaih
it-m:c fo fl:e ai(V ll t'e li.,tI iir tha' ;:ey o
mdait v. white o -rd.thelies:i ha1v wio Itoc
for, ll a t. U,e ('ismurc ' Di n - :aolil the evil is
remedied ~.. fat.6 3ciene New
-ee 2THE. tiUR ET a,dt: tSte CidLier fil
..in. thed workttEt iTitaarI&CaltPtmade el-h
le-or, fllLlr of fro. Jeleted Jir. by ard:wel.
fer i tI ters. .'hsic.iacns lhave decdt t
isiu>erirt of the r sfer. in the . . Ahe .
>lires oied. ;hwe<R e Sal.: WIe-- . Fofr ogieb
.l,S. C.. :ni Mincy Goods C>idr. PWr,2
centtzper botte.co. B.oWe:s, &Co.. Now Yrck
DO'Te S AK IC. SI, PT
cou Catrr :id i:sotnive I-nor whenADr
Tu:sO NS SECf:EN OF APVTIO-AIIe
Idee1 thn to have, and hlies whoL poness
thes chrm have Ireaolot b.i thankf ucl t
viiothe Nture yet, f ter~ al, :not a p
Ites :titriliant cmpkx1 Ai) TILL upr
a['ve faction any Bady my ecreby
N:in:a:i. IA A 's yAG O I S. aLn. 1h - I an-2
TIrd beauivin pIrertion of thes prenk
ae It differ-i IL rom l:l ofin.tr COOt-h
nftree mtXo tss:.i1pricirs,>i i-:
jut co nd act or thr virth kiu- of aILriuhira
ingn "b-o ,':iio-"nd"p iers"
ILlviry impoan;! athe. n hito t kin.
L'dertis ooeraionl thvetx'r to the eider
nd t i eoite eudthtaaywihn
ihrear-hna rlu adr' cmlx
This Artice. prepared hi tie .TL.\NTIC
tion ot their Chemikt, Dr. ST I .11 N ,AVE
offerel at the Ieduced Prel of 52S per ton ez:
Free of Inere-.
P ider. t'illed now wit! ho con-i'ere a ('a
vember, 1672, thereby en:!bing Pian:ers to ha
ES~ & MA:IN, Agent!, Newl> rry
Thik FERTILIZER , manufactured hr th.
the direction .f their ChDmr. Dr. ST J'ITE
Communiiv AT TIHE VEi.Y REDUCE) Pli
BLE 1ST NOVEIII-ER, 1872. FR.E OF [N I F
This FEL H IZER lias been very e:\tenajN
satisfction; sole of the most practical pantt
poud for pioundl.
All sale, made now wifl he considered as
buying on time the s.&e will ie considered as c
By th r a.rrl1nment pianters will be enah
at a time when their wagons an.! mules are id
Pamphl,ts contaiin-ig the cerritietes of rh
PIATE will be furnilied on application to th
MATES & MA 'TIN, Agents, Newberry,
WEA Elare just received another ease
4f those Fine hand sewed CALF
SCJT(I B 1TT0M BOOTS.
3 C;s:s fine CALF DOUBLE
SOLED BOOTS. all
MADE TO ORDER,
and will bo
Sold Low for the Cash.
.ill inilebted to the firn of .\3111 S
& 3ETTS. will pleaso REMIT at
once. and 1bli,_e.
Our Stock is
Full and Complete,
and narkeil down to
NET CASH PRICES.
Thankful for past favors we solicit
a continuance of the suie.
IS & METTS
J.n. 3, 1-tf.
The Pacific Fertilizers;
Mr.ssnst. Entror.s: To con firm public con
fi .ei:ce in %he Guanos offer-i for sale I
ie, it has always ieen my desire to vail
mvS'; o" the best scientific ;bi!ity, in order
to give to the planter every possii-le pur.as
tee a. to ther hi:h stai-ilrid. My store
!:OlCs ;I the city, as well as the Pacific
G-ano Workm at kikersville, have ever been
open for inspection ; and ilthorih he latter
have been under the personal supervision
of Dr. St. Ju,ien R.Tvencl, yet, with his en
tire approval, the stoek ha. yearly been
Ox:MIinte' Iy Prof-ssor Sihepard, and his
eiiorsements of their high uiandard re
cei ved. I encose here%ith an extract
fii< report. .vt aiken. The anali zes
are on file at ny office.
J. N. RI)AUN, No. East P.a and
Nos. I aind 2 A:lantie Whtarf.
( ?:. Sa::i n.:c:r, (11:.'n.rSrOx, S. C.,
:ree a rticies (ni: niely, two siamples o:
Paijtie Guiannl can n samiple of GXioound
Aceid Phonsphate) exaine-d byv mei ar' lly up
to the ol i staindard of the~ Soluble Pacii
\ery respecctri;ly yours,
CIllS. U~. SIIEPAP.D, Jat.
Jt.n. -3, 1-11t.
Parents ! Giuardianis! Note !
BOA R Vi, hith TUI'iIN in Engli.h,
lir-.g andr Surtvint int the fie lds, lor
42 w eeks, f romn i t 3!n eh~ nex t, for
Insrucin aniaia, practice.i, thor
ouh. Gov~ern:nen11t, parental. Climnate,
detilhl r. .Seenry, beaiut:ful. Please ad
1E'; 1). 1eNEt.IL Ti'RNElH, D.D.,*
Jin. :3, 1 -3m, Bre'ard, N. C.
B. W. OWENS,
M.\KES AND lREPAIRS*
BUG1ES, WAGONS, &c.,
hn oni Mint Str.cet, near Depot, and on
corocr of roi ldb,ingh toi lie-na.
.,i ork wr.::oe Iin i' b--.on ini .(cod
... as wo! . et e h::.o:-iy andi cheap.
Ai 5 ki a til.
..: 1.-.1m U. WX. oWENS.
Whereai, Ilandson: C. .\l e-y hath m:tale
mnit to nie to gratnt himt L'tners of Al-inis
traton, tie bonis non, of tie Estate and ef.
fcets of Ianiel .\uiseley, deceased.
ITh ese aire therefore to cite andl admonish
al ittid 'a".darn, t ho kindred and creditors
>f the said dieceased, to he and aippeari be.
fore mte, in the Goiurt of P'roba:c, to bie hteld
't Newberry Coirt iIons', on the 13th d.iy
ol Janiity next, after pubecation hleneot,
it 11 o'clock in the f~ onon, to shecw
us,if any ther have, why the said ad
niln ita1ion shiould not bie granltel. G;iven
itdeitr n:y haniid this 3 ith day of December,
A. Diotmini, 1871.
JAMES C. LEAIIY, r~. .i. s. c.
Ja-n. 8, 1-2t.
To the Citizens of New
I haive beent served wttth injuntctions to
avno accounlts. B'. this as it mnay, I have
I >~)objetion to thei adljlstnment of j'tt and
einitl im< d1i on the County if properly
al:tite--a k,r as I am able. The County,
o-day is i ~ de hfr beyond its taxes. It
hiixeven bieen in myx poner mtore than at
he prieit to a-=it i:, andi relieve it to I
Simti extenit of the incubltis existing utpoi
t. I wish it disintctI lunderstood -tis
imell, anad I menrI whalt I say-that I will
ettle no aicciunt1-Ilnimatter wh h1 lolds it
-thait I !ionn-l (anid I will l)oenr none ex
ept oti good oaoi.is), unless I am coin.
,e!-d iy :.' Jury Tickets and Witness
l'el.et5, properly approv'ed antd credited,
vi;i be.goiod. Tax payers wili bear this i
li:ii-and re:izemiiber that the court kniows
telf. TIIOS. P. SLIlDER,
Jan. :3, 1-tf Gounty Treasurer.
Nomnjation for Sheriff.
J1. Ed. Peiterson is respectfully nonminated
>y his mny fr ienids fo r the Shieriffaity of
his County, at the enemang etectior.. We
cem hint a miost suitable person for tis
i:iprtanit o:Ilee. NEWB3ERRY.
Motte's Victoria Tonie Bitters, are, beyond
i..ubt, the best Constitu:ional Recnovator ev
PHOSPIIATi COMPANY under the diree
NEL. for compoting with ,'ro Seed. is now
i, or S31 per -tn p:ayb:e 1 November, 1872,
;h 1-t Mrch. 1S7, otr on Time as due 1-t No
ul it at a time when their W.:ons and Mules
"ERS & Co .I E-"A1. AqgrS,
EROWN'S WHARF, CHIARLESTON, S. C.
S. C. Jan. 3, 1-3m.
ATLANT[C Pi1OSPIATE COMPANY, under
N R.AVENEL, now off.red to te Planting
'E oF -4S Ei TON CA.S1, or .52 FAYA
elv u-ed in this State, and has given cntire
r admiting it to be equal to Peruvian Guano,
A-h on t: Ist of March. 1S72, and to those
ue on 1At Novertaer, 1872.
led, without extra cost, to haal thir Manure
ose who have rsed the ATLANTIC PROS
1EIRS & CO., GF . AGIM ,
BROWN'S WHAlF, CZAR=ESTON, S. C.
S. C. Jan. 3, 1--3m.
V I C K'S
TIE First Edition of Two IIcxaD
Tiiourn copies just published. It is *I*
gantly printed on line tinted paper, in Two
Po.ons, and illustrated with over Three
Hundred Engravings of Flowers and
TWO COLORED PLATES.
The niost bo-itiful arnd inatruictive Cata
logue and Floral Guide in the world
112 pages, givi: thorsu-'tih directions for
the cul:ure of Flowers and Vegetables, or
ntametncnp ground-=d, ma:k in.: walks, ke.
A ( hri,tmas pre.set- for myIT custonIeT4,
but forwarded to ny wl:o -pply by mail,
for Tk: Ct:.t, only -iw.gqa r ter the cost.
Aldresj, JAMES VICK,
J;t. 3, 1-!f. R)CHFESTER, N. Y.
EARLY ROSE POTA
200 Barrels Early Iose Potatoes, from
the finest potato growig region of Cot
rectictr. The:c potatoes have been se
lected expressly for serd, and are the most
per'ect E.,riy Ro.se Potatoes ever brought
to this m1arker. Price t7.ji per barrrl.
ECl1OLS & WILSON,
Jackson St . Aig'isoa. Ga..
or Broad St., Alanta, Ga.
Jan. ., 1-It.
Miss FANELEVL, c sssat
Tuto wm Q I5 t 4.0pe onh
No Inina F-e
A..P PIER . A.Z , s. Sec B'd.
Pro. F. FREB, Preica 't.t
rec.i ti7, 5otr1.JANU Y ~
THttt E t unrignedS toin 4bJ en pota
agno the al eeos.\ERisnwp
pi tolfbrnihhraey ront o of saed
triNiE th an d o f thMER Seon. REAON
'caticn eep the ss of prormer will
S. P . JAR MEs, Age.t,d
DcO. 7,AIR 5 P-:;m . W ha.,S..
aetifora tBak f NIe.i wrry
PINE attdOA eemer , 1871.AON
ofl thi Tak illb: hlMn hSscn
Tedy('.nh dtay on han - lr ext atpl of
clotk 31. a the Bankin Hofuuber ill .Ne
berry,A E.t,. en.
Jaol B.n CAWIE CNsberr.
NTie forua Feeinalh Dstcholre
otics here gie tht on thae sed
n-y petito it.he Cort of robex,at for
NoeerCon for final discharge.a
Executrix of the will of George Feagle, de
cens--d, antd that I will apply ott thte 27th
day of~ January now next for said di&e
charge. 31ARGARET FEAGLE.
Dec. 27, 52--:t* Excntrix.
Administratrix's Notice for Fi..
I do hereby give notice to a?. whoni it
may cottcern, that I will tmake a final set
tlement 022 the E.-tate of .John L. Glasgowt,
deceased, on the 2tth day of .January next,
in the Prohate ('ourt for Newberry Count,
and apply for a final discharge as Admnisi
tratrix of said enateC.
FRANCES L. CLASCOW,
Dec. 20, 51-5t. A&dm'x.
All goods SOLD BY US will be delivered
free of Drayage to any one in Town, or any
ote in 2 nmiles of the Courl House, and at
the De.pot. Also to any erre at Helena ;
atd we gtuaranttee to sell pois as cheap as
any other house.
LOVELACE & W HEELER.
3My 81, 22-t.
Jutst receivedI. Now is tbc time
to put themtf int. For sale by
10T TE & T.\RitYT.