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About Our Geveruor.
- The following very damaging state
m-ents were made -by a correspndent
of the -Nevr York Times, in a let
ter written some time since from
Charlestou. While everythin-is i not
tire, just because it happeis to b
stated, yet there must be sonic truth
at tbihettom of these things, since
no teImpt have been made by the
Foritdintr hero to eoitradiet ur ex
plain them .
Every interested statement to the
contrary notwithstanding. it is now
definitely settled that F. .J. Moses, Jr.,
will be a candidate on the Republican
ticket for re-election as Governor of
the State of south Carolina. It is
a!sj stated by all classes of politicians
that should he run there cin be little
doubt of his success. Such being the
cSL, it may be well to explain to tiihe
Republican party of the North what
manner of man F. J. Moses. Jr., is.
That he boasts of havinm- hauled down
the American flag from the walls of
Fort Sumter, and that he is openly
charged with all sorts of crimes. iS
well known to newspaper readers t
throughout the country. Of his re
e,nt indictment for malfeasance iu
office and grand larceny much has i
been written, but as yet the whole i
truth in relation to the matter has i
never been laid before the' public.
From Maj. Charles W. Buttz, the
State Solicitor whoprosceuted the ov- t
ernor, and who is most intimately al-_
quainted with the whole ease, the fol
lowing plain and unvarnished state
ment is derived :
At the election of Moses for
Governor. and during the canvass, t
he became desirous of obtainiii po
litical coutrol of a newspaper pub. S
lish?d in Colunibia, and known as
the Union-Herald. With this object
in view, he entered into cominnunica
tion with Mr. T. C. Andrews,one of the
proprietors of the journal named, and
soon after made a written agreement
with him for the purchase of a one
half interest in and the entire political
control of the paper. This agreeint,
which is now in the possession of
Buttz, and which has been seen by
your correspondeut, stipulates in dis
tinet tprms that Moses is to pay $12 t
000 for the interest sold to him. ad I C
that $6.000 of this sum is to be take o
from the State civil contingent fund,
which had not yet been appropriated.
The rest was to be paid in other State
securities. In order to secure pay
ment of one-half the money, Moses
appointed a negro boy named Hum
bert to be county treasurer of Orange
burg County. At the time of his :p
pointment, the boy was not yet twen
ty-one years of age. Soon after,
Moses drew a warrant on the Coutin
-ent fund for K000, and seat it by
Andrews to Humbert, with instrue
tions to collect taxes to that amount,
and hand them over to Audrews. At'
the same time 3Ioses assured the hey
treasurer that he would inake the
maitter "all right." Relying on these
pr-omises Hatbert did a lhe was di
rected. Some weeks after the Legis
lature, being ti sesseu, appropihted
8 .00as ~a contingent fund for
the Governor. Iiiediately upon
tI-e bill being passed, Meses. with his
sinua.ture stil wet, presented it t
St~at- Trreasurer Cardozo. and drew
the- whole amount. A week or so af
terward H-uaibert went to Columibia
to pgover the taxes he had collected,
ad settle his ac-counts with the Staite.
As a voucher for the $fi,000 lie ha.dr
given to Moses, he presen ted thiat<
gentlemian's warrant on the contingenti
fund. The treasurer refused to ae
ee2pt this. saving that the Gove-Lrno,r
had already dr-awn every penny of' the
fund. ~umbert. greatly alarnid.
then called on Mo0ses, who told him 1
.w; nothing about t he matter. and timt
he would protect him and see that he
camre out all rightr. At the saime time ;
he advised him to go back to his - '
ilee and purchase school clhums against
the State-to be had at forty cents mi
the dollar-sunlicienit to cover tue
aumunt lie was short. and that he. a
would get Carduzo to accept thenm for
their face value. Ilumnbert againi did
as heC was directed, but onf prcent1in
the" claims to Cardozo, that ge:tLa
i.:t. only refused to accept themn ait
their face value, bu t ased the arre t
it f~i the ufortuna te negO~ htd on
bar<..e of becint a defaulter. Tfhe hb,y
w::s b-'iled out~by a frieLid. and Moei
renu,te him to comei and( see hui.
idin the- interview whiebi f.l!jved.
!he ( ver~ncr tr-ied to induce his dure
to '.ve u, the written evidence wich
i' pt,s'-ed in relaItin to him. At
the - :-ne time he advised th oy o
t) cut. to plead gulty befo re hi
4'.iniat'i,. andl assured4 hi' tha t af -
te-r ins convictioul'>n hC wVI -'t
h~e pardo'ned and set at l:b--rty. 11m
-ies. d(echo,-d to do as h--desined.
St~ere-sted p,arit-ies hu :di tee f
beflore -t-ate Solicitcr JButz /k
..ided to f:aune an we':n ::g: a
Humbiert .or brea:ch of trust. fraud 'nd
aueimpt at gr:nd larceny. and aga i
7.z*se for -!idinim.. edvisin:. and :ibe
aig hiim in the -riae. The. law inak'
nede 5ri(. it is und.rmoQ-d th-'t
.Ist' w-vt to Mr. lD. Ii. Ch'mba
p:t,adtry.:. 'el him~ that, if'
ludus is ge-infho wine.-'to
- 'h-ei erlin elected Go vern,or. Tlhe
autil of this statement is not vruc hed
.r- it iscertaina, however. th~at o
iliei by 'vthe grad juiry, not only~
Chamberaiu. but his law', partn:er,.
'hehtor.. he- present attorney,-2euat
t'eI..r with R. B3. Elioutt: ame'ge
4" t -ng-re-ss fromi this State. araved
;n oca-'ebumrg, and ou the next day
s,iipeare<d in court aid stated to theo
juge that Governor Moses wou1ld
'an ism trial the same as any~ other
citizen, and ihat he did not wish h-is
ilal po,ition to shcihi m lIbe
ecuieque'nces of any of his priv.as
t ins. T his statenient appeared ver
weil on the surface. but as is l
le'2ed, Moses never had anyi
teii:icun of livig tp to it. On the
dar fixed for trial Attornaey-General
2,jto'n appeaired in court 'and re
pa:ed another 'udictmient -agaas<
IImer.chr iim whth a fi
ureto etuu onley .le' toth
State tre:surer. U!ad tii' boy d
e'Ta-ted of this he w-otid havec Lan
tIeP:itenuirr. ::.d t hus
Luaiburt to tur State evidnee. ob
vet.i. :Akii thi ewz cap Was ini oft until
he next term. The sei trial re
nlted in the merest fare.
Tle correspordteut -Aso says, among
he many charges brought against
doses, One of the most serious is that
is misuse of the pardoning power
mount11:s .a1n1(1t to erm nlt. Tht. i
xercise of this power in favor of
Ouviets. to the extr-it Moses has car
ed it. has h:Ul Such an injuri-us ef
'et on the evil-dispo;sed porti,n of
he collimmunity that they Co1mit the
nost serious offences with no fear of
>unishmzent. At the sanm, time it has
nore than doubled the expenses of the
u(.Urts. giving the taxpayer.; just
1use for complaint.
I r the Charleston Circuit alone
inee the Ist of January, 187-3, the t
:oieVi,tions aml pardons have Com
ared as follows:
Crmes. Convictioni-. Pardonb.
Iun'ier........ 3..... ---..
lighway r e ry............ I
ur ary.......................4: 10
siauli with intent to kill.... 1
-snuilt and battery...........:.0
Of the ubove iiu-aib,,r, Moses par. r
(Med twetvytlin!e biy t0legraph the
ay after conviction, ZLnd tht; balancec
uetOTC they had bmen crrivicted thirtv
y.InI itifst intiances the pardonis t
7(-re gtranited upon njplcation of ini-f
rested politicians. Ollthe number
llelowut tv (!S(:ZPe th pimi!iillmt)tthey
Ls-rved, fifte(-n w,.,i tId and con.
i.-ttA of two olifrerot~t (5-nevs commnit
Ji Ainep they were first pard.-mied, and
ere pardoned a second time, and
Lventy-two have been convi(tted of One
fence, sitic-2 pardwi, aud liardoned a
What a uaurrati%-e of inifainy :Aud
et it is nut at all improbable thats
loses will be re -elected Governor. :
The Comning Cotton Crop. t
IONTHLYA REP'ORT OF THlE AGRI(TL
W~ASIUNGTON, JUneC 15.-T2he Sta
i:tieiaa of~ the department of agricoul
Lre makes a report of the acr,:age in
utton, based on returns from most of
he cotton ren. and on Personal obser
ati0 i si.x cott n Sttes. as follows
ae comparison being with acreage of
S7s: Virginia. ina North Carolina;
9; South C:.-rolina: 91; 0'eOr(ia. 90.
Iorida, 91, Alabaina. S6i; Arkansas,
9; Tennessee, 92; Mississippi, 89 - I
cisiana, s;Texas, 1432; Missouri,d
5~e ag regate rduction sloit
exceeds 1 itr cent. The conudi
ion of the trop is represented by the
eWd, fifurns. 100 beintr thee nor
il or fair ondition: North Carolina,
6, South Carolina, 81. Georia. a0;
-er poadned a0 Tecond 9ime Arand
venty-to; Teebeen 8onvited repone
fcthe cotitime.Jne $.i
What faoratinverf infamyexcApd I
eth it i otat and improbabl that rs
~~The Coling3 Coth Croli.
4;NTexaLY REOR OFans TI2E TenCU'.
WAsuiN9-roN,h JuSn 15.-Then rsta
isticiane fof theav dearent aiu!
arine arpr fithe ereportm
atio inee sixtctn inates. afllowshe
be creekrsn sbeings with bereageof
87r3:we tirgna.:s nt desroia;ed
9outh C:tt:in. 91 erg. From,
uigsi as 119;0 Texs, 10; Mirssouri,e
t. T aggreaerdnuvtion t
l exed 8 e et The cond
eionfhe, ver irepresnted pbyte
allowin ofigurie. 100bn the aor-of
mid orir piscndti r ouorh Ca ro.l.i
'; ohe C~arelina, 81. Gleanria 80;o
as,t year Tenessee. 85. T e ept re
ore fao Wbeith evrSae exc~ept I
ththCaol nx rexasthere
ordst fcori 1 i78 standin as folos: in
irthi CarNol ia Suthna CArlina. 4l
;eorgait. e4;c heri 102; I. Al
ama. ttot t3 3 1.isipi 92 ousiana, to
11ee \. Th seaso'uu h::tbeenre 2
:ak.lefo leavyr a1 foriquen ais '
urighi mut d Aprci..lre throug
uti thei cott tates In)~ thirtcu-.
eeio, i i theaeaerInfl oreprts.
d' ixceedst.sixteen jine. Al t e
vers creeks, spngs in pril,es
erfiwedtheirbai: sad e strop.
e .atsa a rete gemiain
4 * ew i rlate landis. In.hemore
nter bel t replantingI la gen.'
.t.o.bttm nd upland, V. From1 il
er ir' week:in day to isueted te
rtet a ast u ie rsa!; tie
y. 'thrhot Suth retaringreia stime
, ' therefore, the poreultn wlnt be
ie 14t ofi .jrne.l Sinceite a of pc
Inv ligt shoer have*1.~c been generaiLl,
urtithe prise c are d uch :mproed.m'
4ite ge!d' are' much o etLe the i ar
ipdiprvmn is cetin it aor
odah v evei ne te port. T
atire brap-books toe oeituilie
on narios fohi er ilpoveentucky,
eront . eTeui ; inoo will
mbr 4 hadomely fesaeo[ anddevry
brask~ a. Octobe the appeara, ce
r 14: cWst oirgini~a. Octe .:
.gisae.Nvebti: lbaa n
a:,a Utbelaware, Flhihda, Kans- I
hoybrs, .Maha stassaehusett.
nuniy %fitid arid j ogruppgi ro sh
at. 6. ;;nji -be carrged on in its aey
ud e An:a ko.14-....'PEnile'
The crops in Lauren. County are looking
The aneat on ear cropi in Andqler-on ar
he finest that have been known fo; many
The wheat erops in the upper part of Fair
irld sutfered considerably from rust, and are
iuking li:ht Vields.
II tt- :hei suit in Ile case of the St:te v.
G. Thonipson, of Be.tuftt, te gra!id j
y returned no bill.
The hot wcather in Dariluigionl County
nakes the young, cotton plants :grow an inch
-very twenty-four hours.
A c-Itored wo-nan in B riwell Coun:v died
!)fl,lenlr, lazt week,trom the effects of drink
og col.! water while in a perpiration.
The Sheriff of Clleton County compla.*ns
h11t, ow%i:,g to the t'.t of iot -eceiving mon
:y for dieting a isoners, the prisoner, in jail
rt becomiug a burden upon him.
There are twelve prioner-- in the jAil at
Yaletl>oro. lwing to the i:iorance or
riminality of tie .ury Commisoners, court
as no been held in the County for twelhe
On Friday night las-, the residence of Mr.
1. .1. Luhn, 27 Vanderhorst street. Charles
on, was strucZ by lightning; the electric
arrent cracking the walls of one of the
GoIImS, ani tea:iog the 1iatuel-pieCe out of
'he grand jury, uonsiting of fifteen col
red :-nd three wbite nien presented James
,. Lesesne, Iienry Joy and Ilicliard 0. Bubh,
!Ie Comnty Commissioner< of Georgetow,
or irregultaitie.tn.:lfeasace and def:alcation
:I office, which was set f'orth in ten differet,t
The Cl.ter Reporter of the 12th says:
The rain has come, and farmers are again
asking in the sunlight of hope and joy. All
ections of our country have been visited
rith good rains. The crops are doing won
erfol!y well, and tac prospects for a good
'ield of both corn and cotton are good."
Last Thursday nizht, a band of murderers
nd robbers, under pretence of w ishing to bny
onething, entered the store of a Mr. How
rd, near May River Church, about twelve
tiles front Hardeevil1c, S. C., murdered the
lerk, Mr. Thomas S. Behn, burned his body
o a crisp, then robbed the storehouse and
et fire to it. Warrntts have been issued
gainst four negroes, against whom there is
Population of Texas State Penitentiary,
Cattle are dying fronm diease in Southern
C41ifornia promises 40,000 buihels of wheat
There are 1,000,000 peop le within 2.5 m iles
A 1irtford compaiy makes 5,000,000 eye
ets a day.
Newfoundland seal fishery does not pro
It is rumored that Bret Harte is in danger
f loss of s:rht.
Contributions to the Agassiz memorial
ave reached st10.000.
Mitchelil, a Wiscotnsiln nmemiber of Con
ress, is worth S20,000,000.
According to the Washimigton Star it costs
he country about:hir:y-six doll.irs per day
uring the heated term to supply the hlouseI
f liepresentatives with iced tea am! lemaoi
The entire Democratic Smite ticket was
lected in Oregon. The Legislature stand<:
enate, Republicans, 11; Democrats, 4l; In
ependents, 10. House, lRepubticanis, 16;
):mocrats, 2?; Indlependents, :22.
A desp:tch frm San Francisco annrounes
lie death of the Apiebiec Chie f, Cochic.
'lie l:ast year or two of th is notorious -av
gwere passed without hostility, after a
te time of uneomipromisitig hare and ic
enge against the white race.
A Nebraska journal invitigly s:iys: "Who
ays farmers cannot get r iebi in thi- State?
i'iteen years ago a young nmin cain: to the
tate without a dollar in th -worbl. L:st
reek hie went out of the State cairr ig with
im the .-tn of oue dollar atid :h irty-eighit
nts, the saving.; of ti fteent years of tratnil
fe. Conie we,r, young mt.mi, co:nie West.'"
Governor Dix, of New York, has si;tned
e ini hi c >mis:ls paurents a ndguard ian s
f chibiiren b)etween the ages of eigtht and
fteen; years tot give tihemn ini a school or at
omne at least fourteen weeks regilar instrue
ion every year in reading, wrirtig, arimie
ic, F.ghi gratmar and geographv. It
rohihits the emnployment of chilhdren with in
be ages n:um':d at any labor during the time
ren thle district scho. Is are openedJ, and
eool officers are given authority to see that
t is enftor*eiL.
'ienil~;irt;ce societies are being formed in
Mir. Ten yson has writ ten a trilt-y with
ILry, Quecen of Scots, for it< subjiee, and
is soon to be p)ertormedl at Drury L:ie in
'the~ Crenition .n%.iety in Xariai, !!ai :sm
as o,tTei ei a ;,rize for te lest ,ocs oft ere
mati, whiici it, hiowever, requli res as a siue
ua tout to haivc b>een practically tested before
ompetitionl. A commit:ee ot' seven, P or the
o,t patr: scientific men, has been appoinited
o make the awar..
Q:ien: Victoria, it is ag tin asserteud, will
:is lerjiin in .A ngust next. She was last on
he Continent In 15%3, when she spe;;t se,me
me at Lur-erne. In 18''3 she made a tour
brough Gerar,any. In 1858 The visitedl Berlina
vith the Prince Consort. Site was also in
ertmouri in 1845S.
-1)r. Da;ve.n,i the Presidentr.: ttnd i
Aar' . .t:a;,; the Su tperint nndn t of
:at wevek fromti tit-ir trip to the~ Nourth
''a' e for the' delivery to th:et'comp:tiy
tv:or box --ar.s :itid two f:it.- ears. 'h
-tc-s ar- andu tite ent'gint :ir< to be
'liread withint thirty days. Thei
,thenr eniniie, whichi is ini eoursito
rival of thle new sti,n ,'II le :-Al , i
Lteen this place mtil Chie.ter will be
h!aged to the threea. feet ttuage.
A lb:.vanRalu.: CAt:-Mr.John
>tithi. whoseIt- postflice is 11lickory
.., fogh Co"oty, S. C., tels a re
i:tkaile story. ioeaa onu ,:i Lur h
'waed 'tie huntdrcd and'. tweumy ine
res, anld tup to) this day rtse tnegroes
arelhiving atnd wo rking with hinti.unt one
having left atfter the suirrender. They
express themselves as satisfied, and
;ay they don't want to live anywhere
eat. Th: state of thine. i; credit
able to the~ go senae- or the nl~iego .
and shiows that Mr. Smith is a kin'd
and good master.
A tramieudous hail storiu visite:d tile
upper part of this county on Friday
ia:-, :ad it is 'Ud that in the vicinity
aC GIassy-ountain~ it was very ie
~tru&dtive' beiti abdut tc mdkis wide.
Fonr days afterwards, bushieIs'of hail
Siae .beeii gathered~ up.
- irn,-oh'!1 Th)nitu -Yews.
TPOS. F. GRENEKER, EDITOR.
IRA B. JONES, ASSISTANT EDITOR.
NEWBERIEY. S. C.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24. 187
A PAPER FVl THE PEOPLE.
Tihe Hecral!t in I t il;Ch.:t re.spect at 1Fan
ily Newimaper. dtvv (,l lo the im:ittial i
ter-Ts 0i,t The. pcop'v or this County and t1:
S::0.. n cirlteTIL.. :xi :fsiv. :uid as :
.dvvrtisilg nli offl- 1unrivalletil:
vant-I'v-. For T.-rus, *nVe fir,t paMgc.
The Columbia P" fx rfxords th
JIeat.h ;I 11. C. Shiver, Esq., whie
:i.-eirred on Friday murning last. aft
i long and :1infuil illn-ss of cons1m1
tion le was born iji rtichland, ai1
was ah6ut thirtv-five years of: age. an
N..: Ie'rded. inl buIsinless cireles as th
1Dry o0dS KinG" c ate.
stalie D)ental .ks-sociattion.
This aisseiatind *djourn,-d ou Fri
htv l:st. The f bllaing:. offiuer C wer
"hoser, by acclanation, to sCrve fo
:le ensuing year : Drs. Theodore F
Cupci. Charleston, 'resident;
F. S. Vriguht, P iaria. Filst Viet
President; . Bissel, Camden. Secon,
Vice-President: C. C. atriek. Char.
st'C, (onrspoiding Seretary ; J
W. Norwotid. Grei:nvill,. Rxco)rdin
srtr;T. W. Bonhil-url, Chernm
The City of C-Auolbia was the plae
,leeted for,the next Ieetin.
l'he Itural Southerner and Wil
sou's Herald of*llealth.
We have received the- .1une numbe
>f the "R.ural Sut!'rner and Wil
5or'S fleralJ of Health," a uonthl
nagazine devoted to :,riculture an,
ie dissemitiation of hiealth-preserviu!
olowledge. It i6 a coubillation 0
he I ml H I oiwr. anl Dr. TT
on' Ilra1 of Heath N, which tc
,ether make a very interesting :an
raluable publication. It is worthy c
i large cihrelatimn. Published b.y th
.)outhern Publishing Compa-ny. Atlau
a, Ga. 'rice $2.0II per a-niiIIm i
Tax Unions 4uc-e More.
Viltre is n oid re II Ih th
'coiple of Newhjerry C'outy shlould b
inore netzlige.nt jin the organIizatittn I
axun ' hn~ othe onie.Oh
!OunTties areW gon ha in the righ
prt and establish intg thlese unionl:
hus carrying' out the will of the Ta:
Pavers' Convention, anid forming
iueleus for o)rganizaitionT. wh.ichO.i
ener:al. w!l Iippqose a mTIost fe'rm ilabi
rout to mal-adointistrationt. e
Newberry s.eeins a pitliet i I:i tlie mat
er, not only not miiakiing at mo)'vem'ia
ai that direct ion, but noit talkinig aibou
t. nor' appea.ring to care abant it.
\ow w~ mur.-t wake up :oid L:> to worl
'hese Tfax UnioTns should be forme
it on[ce. :md all o'ver the coun;itry.
hat we will nio lan zer b. a dlisor2ar
po.werfulii a bod usy bt: e. ;f it is wa~n
inag ini concert andi uiinu,itvy it will f'a
The above is tiht namTie of a ne
political parnty recenitly i auaguracted(
~yracuiso. Newv Yotrk. w hose object
)jppoIsIiton ti all secre~~t cieties.
conlvenltion w ~ill beT held at riudianiap1ol
en the 19th~ of August niext. for ti
purpose of adopting poli tical pha
forma. Th'is~ movemcent is the offsprili
of the Anti-Seet S ciety Conventioi
whtic ml iiet at Syracuse oh thle 4i
inst.. aniid was turnred inito a plolitie
meting T he ii So~oity adopted re.sobl
tiens dentouceilIg Boeret Societies,t
conspiraicies against all who were ra
mnemblers. as a menace to the religie
of .Jesus Christ and to ojur rep,ublica
instlit utionts. The oppo'.sition is pa:
ticulary directed :agaicst Free Masounr:
whiebi. ini the eves of the Conveinti'i
is parent ofi all o ther au,.reLtfratern1itic
but Odd Fellows. G rangers. Tlempe
a nc Societies, and alli such, have il
eurrel their awful displeasure at.
zTtd''uS hiostilityv. because they mi
birds of the smnne feathier.
Thie meeLting" was cbaracterized 1
sinicerityv. biut by very little emomtle
sense. They a 1 re wrog in the~ pr.en
is.es and' aire striving af ter an ci impos.
hility. Theiy r'ind us of Dan.
P-aritingltin, withi hler topl :md. briooi
t ry ing t o . w 'ep 0nik the .E yi
.r (.'. I '. tIcUdon. of .\ lah':ett
hta....iven some very good a::d prat
':al :ai'e' ti the leolte of his >t:u
dy the e ndith,ui cif thciccs. Thei si
ge.sttons5 ire I.n ;pplica&ble to South Car
lina as to lahbauia. lie says the pr.p,
course to pursule is" ti ease retitngi lain
to niegro~es onl shalre5. andl pay i
lb,Oicn-. L0 'Ihv thu 'itoileneo
Stutherit legroes, of good chiaraete
and avoid all forced or bribed imaport
tion from abroad. To cha:nge tl
sstcem so as to increase at least fou
fahl the productive capacity of tI
cultivate no more land than can the
be made productive. To diversif
the products of the farm, and, as ft
as practicable, raise everything ueede
to cat, drink. wear and use ; and the
maupd otton possiblIe as a bL
ucash' erop. Tc se't off **surph
ands ou e.ssy ternis, first to pot
but res~ect~ble citizens, wh~ have n
1-11 :i12 -Ire wilin, to work :or
s:Cndl, to .sLstantial voluntary inl Ui
grauts wil will s-ttle upow andi Culti
vate thum. To cecouraue th introduc
~ tiou of forcign Capital :d ski led labor.
' to en2n e inll mining :l m:2miactur
i inI g. A nI latly. Souitlrn farmers
sh.uld work t1:mllmzz-IVV. :,rid Lduate
their SOlls aud dauIhters to work.
Our youil men are in nmeh tou
bi*: a hurry to inake their firtunies.
Many Iave the country to try their
luck in town. hoping thcreby to ae
con,plish inl a few years what it usiudlv
1- takes many years to do. The rofes
f sious, too. are beii, rushed into by
ipatieut youths without the proper
calculatiol of "Aabices a tle reqiuslite
c ppara!iol f'IOr tilet dutie :.hy -ntail.
II this asty ei.irt to try so:nu.thing
r 124w a111 to get rich, result ianv dis
Ippointments to th a and imch
evil ti i ,the2 c1u1ntrV. 13ny1 Lum0 fir
Iers are thus bs I hal Ierchaints,
aid the professions nrte over stocked
with uu-skilled- :mndunrpedm .
It is not i11urpriig,. thero'fore, that
wve hear of sio.m11:aiv failures and dis
' ppo intm .
No wonder. th:1i. that the iityilitv
of the prifessions is lowerin. :1nd that
errors and evils ncrne. There is not
111OUh01 prep:m!i"ln for the dties of
tlife nut enough study and cultur.
There is too much skinmin.: alotr the
SlUface ad too little Iivin*lz below.
Fitness for anid proficiency in tle oce
pa.ion to be foilowed should be the first
1aim of the youn imin. Then he must
not bl in too big a hurry. Brick
1'oimroy's advice to his son is not ill
aIppo)itte here, viz., "iKvcp cool. goc
slow." le might have added first,
The Good Templairs.
The news from the RiL;ht Worthy
Grand Lodge of the Indpiendent Or
der of Good Templars of the World,
which held its a atiil sessiou someio
time siiec in Boston, Mass., is of thc
1oSt CIeCriii character. The 1m1n22
bor of mtuibe'rs preseUt was about two
hundred and lifty-six, and the neeting
was altogether pl.--asanit atnd Iirmo
nious. 'T"he rapidity with which this
Order lias spread itself over the world.
and the qigantic PrOportionls wlicl it
has now assumiled, is truly .1stonishing.
a ElaId its suecCe.s is unprecodlt
d. But four years ago the Order was
fir-'t intiouiled thfere, an.1 now Its
jurisdiction extends over o.0 il odges,
withl a1 moembirshiip exceeing 21I4.00044
t persons. Ini W;les tie O rder h:is i0 -
(J0ll memiibers and4 ini 'cotlandulii ~>M.1iJ
1Besides* the alive n:12ned couuatries.
the Order is represented by its lodges
GaermnaIy, Chin.Jipani andi South
A!friea. ii thle Un~itd Stattes n2o o
eiety has aidvanceed with mlore speed
and miiet With mo ire succeuss and. pop'u
tlarity in tile samue space of timie. Thie
entire 1m2emb ersip throghot the
wOilId am2oun2Its to thle iinnuouise num
b er of 6500.4i1)
The ultimiate tium122ph ofthe2 ii Te
p"irance cause is not an 2 imiipossibility.
Ias somie woul believe. wh2en thes2e woin
derful attaLimnen2ts in s44 shortu a timie
iIare conslidered2.. Its advocaltes:ire no4
looger a petty band of workers, sub
j 'ct d to) thet rid icule an2d seiri it'
prejudicedl opponenits, but they are a
ureat atrmy, which by its niumibrs,
t cha-racter and initelligence. excites ree
poet w hetre it fails- to conivert.
% awyer's Effronatery.
Hi.S PL.\N FORl iEEI-JNG IIIiISE.Y IN
Ii 15 iik'cE OR GETTINGi ANOT! Eit.
AWshingtoni dispatch of W\edines
h dlay ilast, to the New York Times, says:
M Or. Sawyer, the ex--a5ssitanit s.'tre
tar-y of the treasury, scents very loth
togive up his hold upon public o!h1u
an2d the miost extraordinary exertions
tare making in his behalf. Withlin
n the last two- or three (lays a paper his
abeen circulating for the signatures ofi
senaitors, which states that tihe unider
sig'ned have examined the testimony ta
ken in reg!ard to the Sanborn cointractts
by the wars and menans~ coninli.tee of
thie llouse~, anid d'; not find any evi
dence thiereinU reflecit ing upjoni thle off:
eial or piersonal ebochraeter of Frederick
A. Sawyer, 'and. we respectfully re
e.n>,Umen2id that lie may be retinii.d in
Cthe ofliec of aissista::t seretatry.' This.
of coulrse, is not the exalct foriu of the
Ipaper but is thle subsutnce of it, and
it is deit ned to cx.wress the vies uof
hi n, -r' that .iii. Satwyer was nut
mluicaeted in an naoratble wa
undersi toodl that y-esterday) til i mporit
ait docuetnit received two signaitures,
the first being thait of G eorg~e Spenicer.
f- labma.and the se'ud. Cien:
i,n e ,i of Phia he docui-t
haingiI received tis auspicious sendu
41ff, was 'in its course aga2ini to-i 2
''nd. ' ts .ir as heard1h friom, nad4. rteceiv
ed tihe adiditional signatures of Sena-t
te Clayi.itoln. Sever'al senators to
how Ii 22t hais b)eein rresentedl havi r
pa.r fit shol rive1h, byay
poe,iwolty the majority of the Sen
at,wudbe of no carthly use to Mr.
rSawyer in securinig his retention in
d i the dipartm2en2t, there is doubtless a
t'irir h2ope eni-rtained'( that it would
ej' a no.sbiit e a f a idr1;inae:
someIl comfortaible position."
T H E MASON8.--A letttr f r o m
eRome. dlated May SW0, says the Free
- Masons of Italy have held, in Rome.
duing the- present week. their annual
of thbir ordm. It 4gpeai by the report
Sthlat there is a2bout eight lodges 1 ie h
Ykingduomi and their number, as, well as
r the initiation of muembers. is constaut
ly increasing. The hostility of the
church to this frateruity,iostead of hin
d'aits g&egejg, seo rau;6r
2buildingd i.gwe, a temple or cntial
riae Of meeting, so as to perfect the
organization of the order.
BEEcIm1,11. Nii'iv FS N PA4:I'l.
W'ilti it ine wrong fir a young niall.
who is a Chri.tiai and :im active meini
ber of a church.to marry a young lady
he loves, and who. he has rea:on to
believe, loves hitn, but who is not a
Christian and doc4 not be!un! to a
Christian f:n iv
We have several tiics _,iVeii a(_,nc
ral op'inion on this questio-we c:al
not attempt t- :ilvi*e in p:tijular
cases. The advic, of Paul agaist
!-rr!ae with "ulilver' is t
wholly applicaable t; this tin. There
was bn ic 1Vneiicllc eetrina1 l aldl
nio'ral an tanonsin betweenj ain anienlt
heathen :il a I Ihr"sti:in ivin.r i- 113er
petu~l ..xpe:rt:i n of martyrdoin from
heathen foes. Thp-re couiil lie n- *f
lowshijp" between th'1n. The whole
gue. tion is iIe of fellowship. [f the
ladyw m u corr;.;ponden' speaks
of is o'le who wV,Ill be in] 6yuipathy
with his highest aspirations and l'.r
poses-his purposes to live nobly iunil
UlTslfishlv-then he h li better narrV
her than somle profess!rs if r"ligi,ll.
flellry War J1Ir er u the C lIrs
40- jMM - -
.SPLENDID kit' Ii)FFER.--L/er : of lIe
:1ave 1,mv a Ch.uiee to secure the bariisomn :
ad1 m1Iost de-irle mI11u111ical mn:g ille of tIe
priin publisher- of the Sorrt:z:N Mirs
CAL .toc A. (rT:4lar* prlci e( a year,) offer
to send it cn trial fir ni yeair FI.L-:. oF
in i . ti : al w%o) wt i uriah.ue from tllei
ar :n 1neU time zIcet to the va!lx.e of
.j, or muwie bok wu:;icd in-trumej-w , or
aiV artic:e o( int it tc: 'n-r ei i, to :he
valuc of i5. . Jx.!rs Ludde, & . i he
publislteri. arc aNs pr-iWet of Nie 'ar::et
the ITmu-ical lile, ( It . ahvar bie fouilI inl
dheir tol ThtV e bowl.':o .i'ain :Lim -
1111,, eireWtarioni tor lii ou ni, t: lver
this iex:ria in- iiYer I 'ehib mulsiciansl
,b..uld by :It nme*an avai til'-m-e:Ce'iof.
S:w1 i4e1i : c ies, free. l.hiietin & Bates,
The .\ntlerson lutelli'.ecer s:ays:
-Nver bef;re vithin the reccOllecti'm
of, the oldest inl haluitant h:is there bel
sich splndid Vits in thi'l 4-railn crops
OwONVarun townl. M1r. F. W. BY
rum raised tnil a sm11all1 liel] of olv one
:nd1 thl'OU-q uarter :Icre S sixty-ix hish
els of fine wheat. Col. J. N. Brown
r:,tiscd in throe-fourth-4 of nn acre forty
on1e ain :t ha lf bnshe-4s of oats, whieh
wouild he :tbout lifty-five blushels to the
Somebody lias been s11n1i1ig up1) the
f:te of kings :Liil emnperor.z as follows:
0it of 2.5-4iJ (-nperors aind kings, over
64 nlatints, : :I were det broned. ril ab
dicated. :10 coililnitted suicide, 11 went,
iinad, 1'0 died -it the battle fieli. 12:;
were made prisonc-rs, -25 Were1 1t1ro
n1onced il:1trt's amd saints, 151 were
ssssin:tt, dG were poisonci mll 10
wvere sentenvedl to) dIeathl. Tot:al, 91;'
t TiiI: '..DITiil l- TiilF.
N:-IW iWE:ltY I IF.:n.\l.l
1-:.1: Nitit: I'rmit me tIliouhi otir
collinn. to delynt I'utiLor that is :t0:t
t )m. l prejni!ie, viz: 'Ile work dolle
bvl me on tie staLrie atii sta-_e front at
TI iemperance II:tll a short tite since
wans d!'ne( withont charge. :il-I I hanve
not receivel, either dirtectl or illirct
ly, anytrhiing for the -anie, furn ruysilf or'
on beh alf of a :iv Society, neither do I
eN I>iiet to reeiWea nyting.
.J.\M IS PAC'KElt.
Newvberriv, ,i imm 22. 1 '74t.
Reinember :ie Griwl T'ournann-t that is
to take ple ait Newberriy, .\tnaust7 'ih
hose; wisninag to ri-le wit! iaeI the airt:el1e a;
Cast. Speek' .! ewe :ry . *, t. )r. S. F. Fant's
a d ITios . F. l !ati.,'-. The Lu ie' :ire re
see:hully jinv ied to at tendi.
J. 1u. litNTER.
.mun.: 2.1, 2~>-t
To Ceni-: A (Cocan. to re'!ve ::lI in inuttous
of the thro .i t. :, a-stir.- pi er soutnd tc-s
and health toiI; lhiimos Ilelicate torgaizattin
o:' the' hu:t:ia tr.:riie-the luin.tt-mse 1)r.
w iieh is sti!l pr:;.red with rihe .-ame care ini
the seiction :Ii:d comtutting~ iol '5 V.irious
p-hble by t)r. W i-:a: iver fiirty years since.
81r .i)E:s' .A i Corri:.ACTots' SPECI.AL
trialI Line, incluing i i-he'u, !id., Doo)rs,
nut and Fi nec I.mbeir-:.' Fioing R'o:irdI,
&c..ril bitt -ur;i..hed th r. le cin sas byre
the iil~ G etttUti (to iE-t::b!iahd Bilr s'so
F.mapium . 1 pat vy h : i.u ita.:o-siv e s a d
Thy.r als. ::t Cor, (iAbestoit' S:.oin
Flt, i ths maril e nti.e ane liof n to
m eit,mu ch t'. wri r toi ain y f rtejuela s e
iOt t(y bro:. :ntt :a nti.:i. ad wt hyilii if
atri byen thosemi v.h de ie a 'e i tua h, easiy
aplie'I. wtcparthvey woiinexpets wdichf
routing.t le' i iiiae:ie:lily l t ie po rodCen
tear prici li t a1 ien!ars dsodes
dvp.sa I I. l it, & o.,ph Cli is on,s.tuiC.
Ifin] his ic~ lIi:e !ge i. tre a re ti rso st
b i\. ile foniwh :: vc btli:tid i y pugrejuice anis
mnote tii heli thi m atedo stm orei
ad i:en of imroeie import'iii e i n e the reta
l-u rof hmr reiesve should lnpiken
th to wtitne *i the wonirfl effec t ichi
i-.lo iter's n. iacho li:ese nowprdutc
ing allit iver I; nnr in~.~ ae snitrit
]tent ifeer,i im u t;iti- m, i itm bl ions dis o trs
dypps ere vousit.. ~tii thplin .ts constitin
altdeility, is tenli hensin :d retptur
C'.ay. whre i be l I ',:e ' t ies e en it : niot.hing
new the geat ve.:eal e invigant a nd tims
thrte-ie seearats,l adint evrheart ofmi t
and ita ales I.ive been:ne arger et tfrel
a tcire 'mo doubt : im e h., itd oi su-itef lln
iiti .-n uiwh have ev h:el) ''i an iopp otity
ihter:is whi'c -t i nu li:e - onihc tand ('Cr
11eratnive prodce-in. y:. u hihsemt
w i i ::..;;t ; eu:c.M iy uIil:m o iw lle
i.itl lit, utl 'tt i llie rou te tntwe t
e oitiy.n Woub tat all'- suchi skteticSt
every, oer, wht ta ff oli: iatis L:v itig
to thert age :n ' i I' is ihtiad halp ir ime
o Xli' it iib - iio 'ii- e a,:,e vufe rin o f r
0the .n.i:t h.I .d .ti,b ils pe niir toll
th sex,. w at,' . '0 I a .tee i t healt and ife
m ihi'-ousmk diat:, a':t ap:nweaforiil
v it eali In- suIp ' i t i d. Of t l wtm l:sith r'~
is ithe pure t :: 3d rlf't ! C O filiC% iaIi-e h
t -in 'in it l( be l il tdite- rit'i ih
idr't ii nt 'icu'eraly a~ Tno ns
Th anthe.mhor:,t osible troute between
Nothi-n i ot" L: e us roa has1. ined.
'Furpr.n imprc tte by eon 'n thensec'
exen~iitlut i !betattiwo rthlolfl.overC
..t;spCC hi- &vL.,d t:i a m aferm the sl
er. et rle-tnncdthose no teil andti aro
rpits tou tak: tew SrLus, n-ssCityu
e,leand othyerthrtie id eited, wthe oret'
inz roms wit tdet conveniene st fo la
si, Odemen -and famriCkis trveing~ wicth
chlden, 1ln wih~out:m extra charge Thris
map, ru s ad Expre tabs etwe I
einan ther MCrhd. Cncinuatsil ao?
the Grat, Sr. -Ori PMo. ei he of wo,
dents,fucludin ulg and dayl watch men,wh
...nl fuenish any informatiou Sesile
vei X .fistruaneou.
L. R. 3IARSHALL,
Thankfui for the liieral 'I
pafronage bestowed on him, N
would sill remind the pu
lie that his ICE '11EAIM SA
LOON is open from 10 a. i.
to 10 p. Ill. Everything neat
and nice. Cream made to suit
the ias'e of tile mesi fastidious,
and furnished by the saucer,
quart or gallon.
.int. 21. -2.-k-tf.
It yol :all b ;v .i g.od :4 C :I-:; Gi -
mad31e in y-o);r ov:n! Towi; of Nwe:.a
yo' ein ei.ewhere, why No, do it
We k:,I SAV w-th tr:h that tie Gins
0MdI by Mr .John A. Ch0, aa are as jood
ta :In o V th:. L,, rn o.r I:I:tc: ,eC re
;liIn ot other I ikers.
LAKE & CHAPMAN,
.n -. 2--m. Neyberry, S. C.
Wie' h:-:e! a%,c f- w e '.ni. 51:LI,
ii ri,. er .
C : IE l.P :. ae l: ou h p : lex
K : &C; .)PMAN.
N..wberrv, S. C.
: .ed y inI .v;y I will Sild , at ptl,.!ie
uteil; V. to liw bi::let b% i1, the folling T
'raea .U-i . -,r- . c i
T;.- paci. i. now (wcu-pi i by Jo.n Riser
:uni N;:-t ! , ;wni bi :!!i-led I la is
of Dr. J. .\. lierly, .:-prer Kit:;d, Pr.:"
tort K indi ori!wr. TEI:MS GASIL.
Jti . 2 .1 1 11J I W D
'Y 'dVO I
i O S 0 IIL(IC 1
z :11\'-6 i-I'Id I It
-9i~ 11'< '.101) ':21( 19
's CII) ':11.r 1 'SeItL. ,LIN -
- S\--; ]N8:[10 ..11'1 I
-'!) 'i -1.1DNOJLlIM.l' T S(IN.lO
IPitr.rin t to tihe Act of the Generail As
semblyi, aproved Manrch 19, A. D). 1874, I
hrebyl noictifyv the Tax Payvers of thtb. Cotun-I
ty, thn.tt I .halfl be ait fi: oflice fromr .July
It to. i. August 2'':h, 1S74, (0 rec-ive re
tun i fi-o:ni ech and! .rii p*r.t:ns liablec to
:t:y t <x in hmis, bilditin., ilorses., Mie,
Ca ttlt,e:.ebrting even y kid of Real
.id P erso.t Pro;wrty liablle t-> taixationi
under then law:-u o h. Stte and! i:: uhe pos
*.Ot ion of any on n r. :igetr, faIe:or, ad min'
iraor, gi.irdrin, iirnr'ee or receiver, on
P ersons' f lib:. to :tr iik. thir returns
with'in tie timte speeied by law, will be
charge i'hr the .:a;e v.;!tti;: of their
property as :i lt with a peunalty added
thtereto of 50i p ceu:a.
.\o rea:tris wi . be~ v1e except in the
blanks tow piepar-d an*! it mv uliee,
wthere any onC ,i.:-iri:n; e ti n 'uc as
they mayrt requrir. 'Jn dlemr.:id.r
Al! assessmeti; wil bre m.tide ait myn of
lice at the Court llous'. andl no retuii
Ie :tkntlir b ant one, en:ep: at said othee.
All TLx Pa: ets a r ve !, iinke their
returtis at as e.iy na dar as p0ssib!e, anid
The otlice i h .- pa.t!4lvel clvosedl for re
ecivingi the-it rt.- ott thet toth Autgust,
Newbher ry C. Hi., S. 4'., Jiune 2:;, 1874.
GLENN S PRINGS,
S!t.WW BUtI totLNTl, Ii. V.,
I' miade (he mitO:'tant t ractive' resort it theb
South. Exten.sire alt er.tin< anid iimtprove
mients ha:ve bteei ini uie. Every amusemient
thisrito beii ,. jound at th.e be,,t Waiterin
Places iniuL thcut:y wil b. P e provided- - .
(ohnr:nia i :d Q',.i.,t . t te Splinigs t
and retuin a;e rn rha t ie' ollites. Jj
ae im o$ [ to es per week : 840' t.o
.9i per mionrth ar:iiane atceering to ac
G(RAN & G;A LNAN,
June 24, 2. tf P'rotrincio..
TO AL L PROMINENTr
NORTHERN SUMMER RESQ TS~
Alantfe (oast and .Midland Liiies.
Th ese i. a a,d c, sal .a thte[r oflie in
ni Maicotn A'danta, Ar.tita, Charleston,.
avann .ah, Columbia an:d WV: :riintn, thei0
mst attractive line of ROI'ND TRIP EX
CUP.ION TICKETS NUR~TH ever present
d to the Southern Public, embracinga
iagara Faills, IBedford Sy'tra.!
-'Lon::i irrnch, lRuhton Sprligs.
Mot: treai, Quebec2 o
4 n4 ::i~ yther proiminielt poiln'. ill
F'or Pt ee' Lists, Tfime Glards and al! in
enrfl,io1, i:.quire of Railroad . .ag a Q
Je 2, namd. .f
Gene:-ei 1.3.gender gd (12k/g Agr gt
I wi1j sell, at Ne. -iry .v II., S. C., on
o*.d1 tilv uv-v. at il o'cltwk A. M., It
Vy WE. AY MA RE MI-IlL t -
. ,,.:s...yis.n n, o. L Jo nm
Mvi-. Ty.IMS (*ASH. ca
o.' 17 I :.J.l.P l
T.\TR (, F .t9)I 'Tll A'.IZ0(IINA.
'(WNTY'M. NE\BER Y
INS TH i. PR(OB1ATE I.'OL'T A
1:1 .L' e !. (iti tile.
1' . iw:v. W. John Iei'rv, M. Ta6e
C.~r 1--iy.-r L. W. Henry, Jiave
A. : i A MeKe -ind the chil- W(
a :i, :(!:-vie or ohr heirs of
: i"rt I a1'rAnk1lin, -:e e.,w hU o 411launes,
:::e ,as lace .;f reAidencwe are un
o :he Dectedant
Ymi are h.-reby Vanano:o-a requred
i.t.ur cut,piai": i'n t:i, nction, of
hieh a clpy ' l i -rewih rved on yi'i,,
,.1 to serv. a cp% of i-N r anwer to the
, c :p ht, o th... :b acri)e t Itheir
i'e, : N err', Somh G:irolin:i. within Il
*n: d.* a :dt..r the -e:' ice hrto , xe:
v. i ' o ii uIN
.. o : - r the e t . i:.t wIbit the
,1*'ply to th i:' or'he reief d'
ardei: in the complaint.r
Dated, Jone ithi, 1b74.
JTolINSTON E & 1 A R RIN4 ro'N, -
Phiin til'- Attotreyvs.
J. C. LEA11Y, .. 1'.
o Maiv Ann Mt-Kee. :d tie Childrel.
- rauIchbie or othpr he rs dMrh
Fr:I-klihl, 'ce-, abset defetd-itt in
the above .taied ::tein
T. e :'::e th ;t t..e co ii :; t the 'r
bove So1ed act-ln waz fi!0d in the office
th l'h r .: J d g, to I1e th Coutv of
evh-r ; i . - of Swouth C,ro.irdl, :It,
ewberrv Court liuuse, on the lt d: v of
J0lHNZTON' & I.\n iTA NGTON,
(()(N P TM1LI ](\'-NE \ HI12
AansU 'l . Ar., Plitf . 1
F. Z. eder mia others.
Judgmeat for Foreel:ou:e.
li pursiaice of, i order from the Hon.
I. Moes, pa.edi in :i above bta:ed caLe,
a mue di:ee.'d, I '. il s!
) the Fi.t -,4J.W' in .iy Ke.t
le il owing i,-,seibed Rl E-te, te-o it
di that tract o p!.m :ti:o 0: i m, situite
i he 'ouwy o'f Newberry-Y, :ind State of
outh Garo:iu., containing
ior.- or i, and bonded by adsd of E.
.iit-s itndS formierly belongn:i: to
ii 0 . 1.litigin- ando others. -
TE\1DIC 'F SA LE :nade kinowin on day of
ale. l'urchaiser to pay for papers.
By v.rtue of sund: Excecu t-sto me
irected, I wvill se:1, at New berry C. Il , So . L
)h the First MIorday in Jaly .Next,
I the hg es biderite fillowinig Person-c
)ne (1) Twenity (20) Horse
Power Steam Engine.
aid Enginec is it tolerably good ctonditioni.
'he) above levied oni .i the npoercy of Ivy
I. Sniber, at the suit of Johni 11eIer, tor
Ie use oft .JoeI 8. liller vs. I. M. Suber
tid M. D). STber, Mi irtin \\i.tir Su'b'r, by
ext tn i! '.. !vy M!. Suber, Gua.rdian, et. g
I., etc.. e Ce.
J1. .1. ('. it8lNI.\TON, s. a. c.
She ritE'. Ollice, Jun 'd t, 18S74.
June in, 2::-4*. +12
200 Cords Tan Bark.
.00,000 lbs. HIDES.
Goat Skinis, Shieep Skins,
At\jply to :he iundei:eined at Newberry
. t H. .. .
BENSON M. JONES.
RIENI'LLEI I & Ce)LUMICIA it R. C).,
Cuot .t. S. C., J:une 1', 1274.
FURMAN UNiIVERSITY, Greenville.
HIGH SCHOOL, Greenville. '
FEMALE COLLEGE, Greenville.
VISITolRS to the (9.suiEMENT
:XERCISES ol he tn.tried isiu
i:on ' n.,i .a regular fare fromu any stui
wa. Go this~ road to Greenville, w ill have
he piriviege of . ETERNING YREE t.o the
tie Stati iott anyv day betwecen Mody
be 15th, and Mondaty, the 22d1 day c 'une,'
NEWE Y COMEGE Walhalla.
T ...us,e privileg~es no ill be e tnded to
i..it or t o the Co nani ecemen tt Exercises of
bi: intitutiout., e x:tendi n from S.attrday.
leitmb, to $aturd," the '7th dat f 'O
unec, both dates inclusive. F
ERSXINE COLLEGE: DlA West
Xi.itors to tile ~,t' m Cmen't Exercises~
this hat::.a 'ill ha.ve tih.: sai:e poriv'i
li to i'aturtday, Jul *.f he 4 thi, bothi dates
elsv. TIt0S. D)ODAMEAD,
June 17, 24-:1t.
I i; ,....... ..,e toe treamt:at t of d besses
s.rto w vhin. bothi tuaitied iand in
e.' 1'. 13. RELFF. S
Jue : 1'-71-.22
'he Highest Price for
e Cotton. p i
I e.-pe;tilv .,'* .ie:botnofftarmiers to
.iii p.sy them the IilIGHEST Pic
~Io'E FOR THEIR COTTON. either ini
hi or merchandise. If they wish goodis
exehanige they nill1 find my aisorinment
complete as can be found anywhere, and
ces in accordance with the time .
T HOS. F. UAhtuoN.
.C. - ALDRIDGE
[aving beet, appotited TRIAL JU.SUCEt
ento: to the :
a ( 4 'i0;% !tuis, &c.
0% ,POSEIY 8.C
s,' PRS_ ElT,SmC
Pry Goods, Grocertes, Vc.
be k:own tit all person.; who want
cap Dry Goods. .-,hoe. IItts. Cloth
e.G ere.r anoy other artiole.
1.1 i h io udted by calling "l
1 --cl 11-i C-ash. I do ntot propose
y customers. but will give tit
rmains. If any man doubt; m.y
aie and lve e maIitter a 1-t.
v.in. believinii: If afrer that lie
not s,tfied. Ill repcctfully III
Ul AI, to
'HOS. F. HARMON.
'est Cor::er of Main and McKibben
11vlig p-rch-sed the goods, in sore, of
.. ThoA as Lake. I will continue said bu.
- ITS DANCIES, with
Stock of Goods,
hich I prose to sell on the
HIost Accommodating Terms,
Lie to m1y1 elf,) to all who will favor me
th a C.l1.
IiENRY H. BLEASE.
May !(, 20t0
The han-o:n- lot of PRINTS ever
ou' to this market are to be found at
HEAP CASH STORE
THOS. F. HARMON.
.M.Iy 1::, 1 f.
I- REElVENG H - -
PALL and WINTER
Aimi his stock is large and varied, in th:e
rgs8 aiid Eanly 0padment,
As well as in
HEAVY WOOLENS, &..
RORT PROFITS FOR QUICK
SALES AND SATISFACTION
'o Merchants at Man
The Highest Market Price
aid for Cotton or other
Oct. 1, 39-tf. -
)O YOU WANT
Dill Gf?9k I)IEI
ascellent in Quality?
IF Su. 00 TO
IRS. D. MIOWER'S,
here can. be found Dress Co,ods, Fancy
uds, Ladies Suits, Notions, of all kinds,
And Many Other Articles
t the Lowest Market
On the uorner, and under the H!EnALa
tiee is the place
or Cheap Goods,
And the B3est Attenrtion..
Apr. 1, i;--ti.
J. C. WILSON,
Of a11 k inds, such as
ars, Coffeeu, Rie,
BaconI, Choice Hawm,
Flour. Lard, Moh.
LESHI MEAL AND GRIST.
kles, Canned Fruit,
ieetings and Yarns,
BAg68IN AND TIES,
I all other articles to be found in a GRO
CERY STORE, and all of which wilt
BE SOLD CHEAP
et. 15, l-ly.