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Andrew Johnzr.t is the first ex
President who has ever been elected
senator. and is the only ex-President
It cost,; something to bry a' mavc
in New York. The funeral of thE
late Mayor Havemeyer cost the cit
Those bald-headed old doctors whc
hugged -:Katie King" when theN
thought she was a spirit, are horrifiedl
to find it was a plump littfe widow. ol
the earth, earthly.
Those familiar with the tea trad
eqtimate the stock of teas now in th(
cruntr and likely to arrive befor(
Congress lays the tax, as not less than
50,000,000 pounds. or eelual to a var's
Miss Betsy Wright, who is well
known to this comminity, dieid on
Thursday, the 2Rth. and was buried
on Sunday, the 31st. I-Aunt Betsy"
was ninety-three years of age and wt
a good christian.-Carolina Spartan.
Ben. Butler said in a speech in Con
gress the other day that he "stood erect
in the image of the God who mwadc
him, and dealt with principles a;
seemed to hira right.' If it gets out
that Ben. Butler is an image, of God
there will be a mighty spread of inefi
delity through the country.
Miss Nillson is credited with thC
authorship of this bit of wisdom:
.:Without Pr:.iters-good and nobh
men everywhere-the art perservativ
(f art would die." It is strange that
this never occurred to us before. an
we are moved to remark : Without ac
tors and actresses. what would becomE
of the drania: These thoughts are
The presentation of a shirt by
woman to the man she wants to rarr5
will cut the heart out of love. OnE
young girl tried it. and made her lovei
a glistening white shirt with her owr
pretty hands. He retired to his board
ing-house, put it ou, and went straight
way to see and make love to anothei
girl. Clad in a clean shirt he feli
above the seamstress who had mad<
it, and she lost his coveted company
A New York reporter, who asked
King Kalakaua his opinion of Ameri
can women, received the following re
ply : "I think they are handsome
bold and forward. Why I actually re
eeived several letters from ladies ir
New York, Washington and Bostot
plainly proposing mar-iage. I am v
bachelor; but, when I war.L to marr
a woman, I will ask her. I do noi
like to have women pronpse. It is ir
my opinion wrong.
Thirty-three prisoners werc received
at the State penitentiary during ti<
week ending Saturday, January 30
Beaufort sent 1; Baruwell 9; Orange
burg 2; Kershaw 3; Newberry 1
Abbeville 10; Clarendoui 1; Fairfield 1
MIarlboro 5. Judge Johu J. 3Mahe:
sent 10; J1. P. IReed 2; 11. B Car
penter 3; M. Moses 1; T. II. Cooke 10
C. P. Townsend 5; J. T. Green 1
T. J. Mackey 1. The average sen.
tence of the prisoners is 4 years and
19 days.-Columbia Un'on
Destitution in New York.
Hard times prevail all over the coun
try, but the destitution in New Yorn
city is said to be something apalling.
Never in the history of that city has
there been such a constantly increas
in g avmy of homeless unc :ployed
ones. The many benevolent institu
tions are taxed to their utmos~t, and th<
papers daily make demands for mneam
to fill the exhausted coffers of the
charitable associations. Collectiom5
are taken upon Sundays in the church.
es to buy food and clothing for th<
starving poor; and the ladies of th<
different congregations meet daily it
the church rooms. and sew, and dis
tribute articles among the needy,
without regard to creed. or caste, o:
kind. In Jersey City, Brooklyn, aud
New York, alone, are Oi00,00 peopk
crowded into tenement houses, oftet
forty or fifty families living in on
tenement : There are 170.000 living
ia 2,700 tenements; and, with all that
public and private charity can do,
hew are these people to be fed and
clothed while thrown out of worki
The increase of crime and evil doing
is owing to the increased pauperism.
The rich have responded generously;
wealthy ladies have gone in their car
rlages, and personally bestowed money,
an-isen other help; but the attemnpti
have been spasmodie, and the mny
benevolent erganizations cannot begir
to succor all the needly poor. Fre
qjuently families arc picked up on thc
.streets, who have been turned adrift
into the streets because of unpaid
rents, aind who have literally necithei
food. clothing nor shelter. It is non
a serious pi-oblem with thoughtful
people what is to become of all thles;
houseless. hun.try poor, with r:auk
consta:ntl g row;i ag. largzer.
3II.S.OUR i B .DITi. -A narrativ(
erii.soned with the bloodshed and.
lawlessness of the days of piee1
eivilization on the frontier comes b
t elegraph from )i issouri. T~ he Jatua
L,oys are a fr,.ternal band of rul?iam
an'd robbers who for severael years pas
have beaui comm:iting murder and pill
age in the western part of that State
It was they who lcd the band of out
laws that not many months sine<
stoppedi and plundered a train on the,
Iron M.untain lRailroad. For thi:
and ether boil crimes a price was se1
open their heads by the authorities
and the detectives have been en theil
1:ail ever since. The chase afte:
them was a disastrous one to two e:
PinkeCrton's officers, who c:tught uT
with them lant summer only to b:
sho.t dead in the ambush into whici
ther were trapped by these 3Missour
b:m~ditti. Not'withstanding this de
m~onstrattion of their wariness and des
peration. otl:er detectives have kep
up the h?unt, and on Tucsdav rmrn
in th, y at.tacked thme house in whiel
th'e mo>ther of the bovs lived andl it
which theyv were supp.os'oI to be lodge'd
i!and grenades were tired !hron:.ch th<
wirdows, a child was killed in th<
house. and a sharp Iight between: raf
fians and the officers took place in th
v-:rd. After this the story grows somec
what myvsterious. but it seems tha
two (f t~he Jam:es brothers were cap
tured and spirited off on a speciam
train whorse destination was said to be
Chicago: that another one escaped ir
a wounded condition, and was being
hunted in the woods around the town
of Kearney by the citizens.
[Ba i,ao,c Arnero>.'n.
FrmA the OrnUrc-N Free (itizen. Rep.
The Orangeburg Frand#4.
A R ANC.-O . NiV1,A .' F.R N EsE
TE wRrPN. AN IO IEMAN'S Till
N-N iIENTU 't ilE WRON-)OERIS
A: yct,7we get no report from th(
inveitiog comimittee of tkhe Senatt
in referene tO I seliatiir. III thl
there . A flar Nv, w uknow. tit
Sitere wi'sh is that (1ly the parti'
(ruilty of the _ wrong shoulqd su'fftr th11
punishwent justly due th-n- for thei
Iwrong-doCing. L\ ale -ome ting~s seemi
to be invo-lved in doubt and~mysterv
others conuectcd with our short-cour
ing! ar- painfully obviou:. That wi
have sufft-red a lo,s of fond.. from on
county treauyto tI t nto small amouli
of om M.00.all are. k,4c-p1ll-d t(
colcede. [t iq also well known th:,
his simnple loss from the treasury doe:
not revai all ii reference to the ille
l use, of conmty ftunds. There has
b(en ia diep an i ontant shave oi
county orders. A poor schoo!-teach
er with a small claim for hard-earned
mony has be-me oftrn obli-ed to sacri
flee about fifty per cent. to get that or.
der ca.TheL. He has been told that ther
wI- no moey in the treasurv. and ii
the meantime outside parties have beer
found ready to purchase at a largc
discouut. it is well known that sueli
a continued and extensive speculation
in county paper cainnot be carried or
short of the cnnnivance and co-opera
tion of the county Offieer who ha;
charge of the fuods.. It im knowr
that when we had a county treasurer
who refused -o debauch himself. bleel
the public and enrich hiiuself and hih
friends, he met with an oppositior
from certain -quarters that, if it did
not threaten his life, rendered his of
ficial position a secue of conflict ant
discomfort which was beyond endu
ranee, and the office was abandoned
His succesor found a more congenia
place as county treasurer. with man
friends ready to co-operate in pet fin
ancial ueasures that had been so stu
pidly retarded by his scrupulous pre
decessor. The money and the frieud.
gave Judge Andrews a splendid ad
vantace in entering the contest fo
the vacaut seuatorship. It was sharp
lv contested. but those who knvw hov
to speculate to get money and how t<
get money to speculate. were in t1i
lead. and the judge was elected. Thi!
i,av di the key to the coveted treas
irv, and how it was used is an item ir
our financial history .which is now ex
citing much public attention. Her
teo are prorintient certain facts tha
cannot be overlooked. An inexperi
enced young man was appointed
through Judge Andrews, to the re
sponsible position of treasurer. Mr
Williamson, who had served in tha1
capacity for Judge Andrews wa
Huuibert's chief leerk. and held a ke
to the safe. No person in the offic
could better k now of its managemen
than Mr. W iliamson. If anythin;
was wrong to his knowledge he was
in a position to inform Judge An
drews. who couild ha've the treasure:
removed at pleasure. But the inter'
nal workings of the office are kep
carefully concealed, until funds hav<
escaped from its carefully guarde<
vaults to the amount of $24,000.
Then when the facts are forced upot
the public. they are asked to believ<
that no one is guilty but the unfortu
nate young man who has been takint
Ihis official lessons under the guardian
ship of experienced tutors. Hum
bert has been promised exemnptio:
from punishment on certain conditions
and in the meantime adroit plans har
been laid to ruin his testimony.
Now. in retrard to this whole mat
ter, there is a fearful responsibilit
resting somiewhiere. No one believe
thet Humnbert is the only guilty party
We do not say that it belongs to Senato
Andrews; but we do say that if an hones
man he will court investigation of th,
most unsparing scrutiny. He owes t
to himself and to the Rep 1b!ican part2
of ouraims to represent. The interest
anxious to pirotect the inuo<ent an
punish the guilty. "Let justice b
done although the heavens fall.''
- Doings in the Peninsylvaniia
TheC followin.g disgraceful scenei
i'rpord ais occurring in thle Pennsyl
vaniat House of Ienresentatives a
Haribu. ,oa the 1st of February
*it shows that Bear gar'dens are eettini
e,>mmon. It appears that Mr. Talley
Democrat, of Deleware County, mad
a motion to refer the petition of ciri
zens of Lancaster City contesting th
seat of D. P. Rosnmuiller, a Repuibli
can, as member of the Letgishture, ti
the (Comemit tee on the -Judic-i'-v. Th<
Republicans raised the point of orde:
that the petition was not properly be
fore the Hos,ta ody having nol
been ley.lly organized when the peti
tion ws originally introduced. Skeak
er Ptterison d eided against the Re
pub-licans.~ when aa appeal was taken
ad i seeision was su.stained by:
iarge mj ority. ~Wolfe, Rcepublican
of C aiou county, raised tihe furthei
poitnt of order that it reqjuircd two
Ihirds of thio.e present to take up th
pe ~tton unader the suspension of th
ru!cs. W o!e sprang to his feet an'
ini1: that he had a rirhit to b
heard on his point. The Speaker de
clared him out of order, as no appea
had been taken from is decision, anm
a motion to adjourn wss aet deb4ateable
Mr. Wolfe insisted that he was no
(utof rer. when the Speaker COml
manded' hm to taike hiis seat, ant
Wolte. refusinig t'o oby. 1h' called int
req1uisitioni the! ser-vices of the Ser
-cant-at-rms, who pr ;ceede'd to exe
e ute thle or-ilir of the (Chair. The Re
puicansL hi'ned tia proceeding, amt
the Demtocrats applauded' it. Wolf,
continued yellIing ait the top of hi:
vo'ice untilthe Sertea'nt-at-Armisseizes
himj~.1 lie Hall of' the House present
ed ai .-'ene of inde.a-ribabl confuafsim
'nd th''e Re~pub!!ea:n Imemtnberi" rutshe'
to the defenase of ti eir colleague a
wre-ted him from the hiands of th
ergeant --t-.\rn:3. In the id4
the commiii'n the Speaker aidjourne
the Hiou-. Dunring. thev mel--c pistol
wer dcuraiwn. and for a time it wt
fear-d thast blood would be shed.
TEx -OrTHtERN CULriVATOR for Febri
ar con tains many useful hints for this irn
potn perio. of the year, and of snch
chairacter that ceey farmer should stud
Ithem. ?o sneh as already receive the Cult
ator we need offer no advice, but to those
-our readers who are not subscribers we d
Ioffer the 'advice to become such atonce. 'W
wilt be. pleased to forward the names of a
who signifry their desire, or they can send
to W. L Jones, .ithens, Ga., and get a cop:
I without comin~ to thins e~ce.
TPOS. F. SRENEKER, EDiTR,
.WEIDNES1 , FEB. 10, IS7.
P P.APER FOR THE PEOPLE.
Tho I n iii in the higlie't res-pela F:111-i
ily Newpper. devote(l to the inaterial in
terets o the people or this COurity a'id the
Swit . It eirUl:it.e, exten,ively. nd a ni
Advertising :nedimn ofrer. uirivalle'I ad
vantage. For Tcrins, svp finit page.
-Meeting ofthe National Grange.
The Annual Neeting of the Nation:i1
(range in Charle.on, wvill prove de
cidedlY interefting. Iepresentatives
re present from :l parts of the United
tteS. A pleasing feature is the num
ber of lady delegates. iiiaiy of whom
have come from the far ditant West.
The neeting is held at the Frelnd
schaftsbund Hall. which is elegantly
and! appropriately fe-stooncd with flow
ers and shrubbery. The Grange was
opened in the sixth degree, after which
fourth 1eree memers were admitted
as spectators. The meetingof welcome
from the citizens was a pleasant affair.
The Asseibly still movesslvwly.:d
the 15th of February is-urged by the
House as the time for adjournment.
The discussion of the appropriation bill
in the House is ouded. The t ill as it
stands goes to the SeUate with the up
propriations about 1511,000 over the
revenue levied for the purpose. A
joint resolution has beei introduced,
proposing an amCudmeut to the con
stitution abolishing trial justices and
substituting cuaty judges. What
good will result we cannot see--it will
be merely a change of name. If it
were to abolish a majority of the pres
ent justices and substitute better men
it would have a satisfactory look. In
the passage of the Dentistry bill an
attempt was made to convert it into a
sort of civil rights affair, by adding
to it the following section referring
to the State Dental Association
Sc. 1>. That if the association
should, in any way, discrininate in
favor or against any person applying
for a license, it shall be considered a
misdeteanor, to Le punished with a
similar penalty as provided in See
This imnetmuent was oflered by
ISenator Gaillard, and to it an amend
ment was offered by Senator Whitte
-more, to insert after time word "person"
Lhe words "on account of race or color.'
But after some discussion both amend
Iments were voted down.
A bill to provide pay for jurors at
coroner's inquests has beeu rejected.
Boston, of Newberry, has presented a
petition of the Beard of County Comn
missioners of Newberry praying a levy
of four mills for county purposes.
In the Senate. 31r. Corwin has also
presented a petition from the same for
the specific purposes of repairs of
publie buildings, bridges. &e. If thme
ad-o-forth means roads, the purpose
-is a good one, provided thme Comnmis
rsioners use the means legitimately.
No little attention lhas been piaid in
this body to eirenmsses and travelling!
shows-the id:a is that they shall not
be allowed to show without license
-from the C!erk of (Court in theounty
in which they pitchI tent.
Mr. JTter has pcr:nted a pe-tition
fr-om eitizCns oif Union and Laurens
praying for the openingz of an old road
and building a bridge over En oreef
River. which should be granted by all!
Tiro. Jacobs 200s into cedtaces over
the ropect of the early coimpletion
of the Laurens Railroad, and well he
may. It will prove a blessing-and
when the line is ranmt through to Green
ville. which we h.lieve will be done
soe / w xpc to hear of his~
throwing hi.s hat into the .ir .ad cuit
tig h pigeon wing N o e will
blame him. Two mil.:- of grad(ting is
already done. atnd1 some ra il I lid bv
Helena. Ifgt~ o iev
- The ClintonHihF o!pnd
with sixty pupils, and ain eleeant
piano has been secured for it.
The town has much improved lately,
new buildings erected and the (.rphanm
age comiamenc-ed. This latter iustitui
ttin will be opened on the 1st of
3Many new hau are wanted, and
tax-:s have hurt woriise than ever.
Nearly all of the 'linton hl:ies had
their flowers killedi by the cold sn;po
IThis calamity. however, did not
prevent the marriage of Mlr. Tihomans
Ray and ML1zs Minnie Phtilcon.
- WrEN 'TO ADVErISE?-TheCre is no
season of tile year when it is safe to
W ihen bu'in-ss is dull it is neeCded
mo,st and should be most enerigetic-al!y
used, because pleIl are, mmit attracted
at all times to the houses who take most
pains to invite their trade. anid adver
tisers then get the~ largest share of what
~Dull times." it is said, -are the best
ffor adivertisers. Because, when muoney
is tight and the people are forced to
econoiIze. they always read thme adver
tisemients to asc-ert:din whlo sells the~
cheap-st amd whmere they- e:mf tratde to)
the best advaintage.
If your goods hav-e special seas~ons,I
build up a name for them when out of
-season; and that reputation will large-ly
-aid vour sales when the season arrie
for putting them into the miarke-t. .If
0 no pent up)" season limits the dema-nd
for your wares, it is clear that there is
no time when vou can judiciously with
dra from .tepuct ey yu an
stamp your Checks and CancelI
If t1w attention of oiir bank officers
nd but-iness w,n h not :1readv
)Ceen sufficient ly giv, a to thle poinit. it
ay b)'' wll to r1ind tltn th:-t
-evenne deteetiveF are ahr-nad lookin h
cheks to be staimped. Several of ti eit
risited. and in ne cnses, we hIarI,
plite a a nnir it unstausped cheieks~ a
we0re fouwd. A Wa'hingt'on di-pitch
ays: "Irr the vaults of one bank in a
piowinent city enough cases of the
kind were fo'umndi to br':ak th bj.,lank
the venlahies'! W -re tnocd' is
worth not icin2 t hat tl. he rfveue ti
eh reLrd a fail;ure: to cancl a ce Ik
by fixing onC's initials and the dato
a more serious oflence. than the fiilur
to fix a stamp at all.
The Way to Get Along.
Twenty clerks in a store, twnItV
bands in a printing tlice. twenty Op
prentices in a sh ip yard. tweuty yvai
men in a viih:igc-ali want to eC
long iu the world and expect to do
,o. One of the clerks will becomlt- a
partner, an'd int: a fortune ; one 01
the compositors will own a newspapr.
md become an influential citizen ; one
ot' the appreitices will become a ias
ter-buildler; one of the yoln vill
will et a handsome fiarm. and 1i e
like a patriarehb--but which one is
the lucky individIiu:d Lucky ? i'heC
is no luck auut it. The thing is al
most as certain as the rul, of three.
The voaIna fellow who will distauce
his cocietitors is he who wasters his
business, who prc'erves his integrity.
who liVes cleanly adlI p,Ur:lV, Wh1o de
votes his leisure to th lciuisit ion of;
kuuwledg.Le, Wi> gains fieinIds by d
serving thivui anl who saves spare
tuoney. Therie aru siln- ways to f,rt
Une sholtel' than this old. dus'y h-ih
way ; but the staunch n of the coml
munity, the meu who achieve suA
thing having. >-w)d fortuno,
good name, and sereue old age, :.ll
in this hard, dirty road.
The Civil Rights Bill.
The civil rights bill was carried in
the IIoue on the 5th after exciting
debate. An amendment to strike out
the provicion relating to school was1
carried by a large majority. A clause
of the Democratic National platform
of 1872. affirniing the equality ot all
menIf ho'hre the law. was adopted. yeas
219. n:m 2(. We attach the bill be
low. as it goes to the Senate for
That all persons within the jurisdie
tion of the United &Eate's shall be nti
tied to Lhe full and equal enjoyment of
the accommiiodations, advantages, fa
eilitics and privileges of' inns, public
conveyanIce on l:mid or' water, thecatr'
and other places of' public amusemnen.
subject only to the conditions andI
limitations established by law and ap
plicable alike to citizens~of everyv race
anid color, 'cegardless of any previous
condition of' servitude. That any per
son who shall violate the f'oregoing
section, by denying to any citizen, ex
cept for reasons b>y law applicable t
citizens of every race and color, an d
r'egardless of any pev'ious condition
of servitude, the full enjoymeints o
any of the accommtolations, advan
tages, fatcilities or privileges in said
section enumerated. 01' by aidinge or
inicit in g such denia.i, shall, for every
such offece, for'feit and pay' the suma
of 8500O to the plersoni agioved ther'
by. to be recovered in an action of
decbt, with full costs, :iid shall alsi.
f'or eery such offence, bo deemed
u it f a i::demeanor', ad upn
cictio Iun tht ~eef', shall b2e fi:ned not
14 t han A00, nor miore~ than 81.no.
r shall be itr,risonled not less than
t hilty das L~uor' more thain oneC year:
Pr o, i T /jhat all persons11 imy elct
to su for tile pen:ialy aforaesa id. or :
proceed under theiir rights at cotnuon
lav. and lby State statute': and havingi
so elected, to proceed in the one mode
or the other, thiri right to proceed in
the other jurisdiction shall be barred;
but this pro'viso shall niot apply' I
cr iminal pr'ceedtin. ci ther underi
this Act or the crii nal law of :mv
Stt ' Al' wj pro"hd, furft/v'r, The t a
judgmnent for the penlhy) in favor il
tEli 1any a,me.e,l aI : j udgn:nt
ur uon n i::icten .sal he' a !' r ti
Si. 3. IThat then District andi Ciruit
(seu iv of t e coju'ts of the s 'ver:'
St:at,es. cog)niz/ance'( of all cr'imelts :iu:1
ofteices atgainlt and11 in v'iolaition of then
provisoins of this Act, and nietonlS for
the penalty giv\en byv thle prietein
section may lie prosectedt(( in the Teri'
tori:ih, D)isti'ict or Cireuit Courts of tih'
United State's, whierever' the. dlefenidan
mayt he founid, without regrd to the
other par'ty; and the District Attorneys.\
Marshals a&nd Deputy Mkrshal- of the.
United Staite-. and C7ommi"ssioners- an
poinlted by the' Ciircuit and Trr'iitoii
Courts of the United States, w ith pmv
er's of arresting, imaprisonin~ or bilin
orTenderis against the laws~" of the Uni
tedt States, are hereby especuially' athr-i
ized and r'eqired(' to inistitte proceed
mg.s:agnst ever'y personif whoi shll
violate the provisions of this Act, antd
cause hinm to be arirested aind inmprisonetd.
or' bailed, as thli ea::o mayi be, for' tri:h
before stu'h court of the UnitedStat
or' Territori:l Conurt. as by law'~ hI
-og"nizan'ce of thet oflence, exeepti
ee'tt to tEli r'ight of attion, auccorduing
to the pc-'rson *ttzZrieived. And auchi
D)istrict Attorntys shall cause such pro
miun:ionhi as int other ':res'/W'./
T1hait nothing. ct :dn~ed in thi seti
shall he construedc to denv~ or dIefe'at :iv
rightL of civil actitn. accuratiung to :m
perlsonl.whiether by this act 01' othieriwise:
and any D)istrict Attor'ney who sidI
wilfully~ fail to> institute :m'd prosecutl
the proeedingts henreinu re't'qiired, hall
for every such ofi'encie, for'feit andl pay
tile sumll of $5i>i0 to the person arieve
thereby. to bie recovered byv an action o
debt, with full costs; and shall,I on '(n
viction thereof. be dleieed guilty of
nmisdemecanor, and he lined not less than
$1,(Ni( nor more %.~>u() :thl prideliIt,
furthr. Thait a juidgmtent for1 the pi.eahy
in favor of the piarty aggrieved, against
any' such D)istrict Attoi ney, or a judlg-j
me'nt upon ain indictmient against ainy
such D)i-trict Attorinev, shall he a h:ar
to either prosecution respectively.
Sr.n'. 4. That rio citizen uusssinig all
other qu:dileations wvhich are or mzac
b)e preecribed by law, shall be disquahi
tied for service as granid or petit jurors
in any Cotu't of the United $tatcs, or of
n St. n'wonnt of race, c4!'
r -rei ilon ition )f svrvit"-le: a!d
nyv ofiitr -rr oth.-r person Chqrgd N i- 1
niy di in the oh-etion (r -ununoning
14 n . who S h:i1i e clud . rl :iil 1.
: *n: !y :mv -ilizt-n fo r th.. eos oe
.-mI, 'uhr f a mi YaA m:'1n 1 :m
r- fint,1 not Ir z.. ti:m P.1 no-r morei
Si.c. 5;.-Timxt all cases arising undker
Ic Plrev4ion of this Act, in th. coirsn
f We 1'I:d Stat, sh-1l he ry t
1t! by th Supreme Court of the Fuited
taiwz. withioult rog.trd to) i.- sumn .r
n trovr-sy. il-u- the san.e provsion
Id re'"ulatIons 4'.' a !*'r NOW pr"v ei'd 1Y
f i.r the review uf other c,L"l I"
T!w;pl of"Ninecty-Six aIrt: i..
(.11 11 wr n lo1 v:o i
I :. r t i est v.th oN
i1hi ihu t.% h o m % i i b
vill t oi- th rti ig ' Sl I .:Ao
r is an rtain spe -i -:e m
n1who f . t e -,5101l'lit. H:'ri I
hic thIret 1n d <wiIit for reim.ty t
ud b:u;g h n t o u Oir l Unt: ir I : b.
1 l 0 'on r:* on n tho A1 t
r -iy i hc il cn. f:'.ic
t t ie i n n: 2' 'Chanc'' fO 'U
ruck .ri ea h ;e.:n oil :lelr
Fitli n chlb. W11,0('1 brviu'li" IJI:,1 1 dIe
-"td w r 24 V.1 '1 t o (U.n'l
\ . 1 a v .* 11u S on t,i .
ne o' wi :n p cute a 'p':1 :*
2.ppedhis hrI. Wi h t
,ith'. N'. hich bro gh hi) t ih
rmu.20The1 blow waftentw'
d-ep Al.K hiN sa:udhQub.
:i srme f pern o o nd 2 1 " a.i
eVr1 of flothI 'rr,m to 1:uldk--Lk.
)b1watson theuna. eu and b) x
.2 or to ewend. rlif to t:. Mt.
,,iiK -f,af the bssrsh wn~ me out;
-umn e of eson ptatd in in-r int
I-iu. l e r: res '~' to i ,
l'--e f1' . S.Ir 1)'-nin
me. Wah:ngtwt iNuw1:
r .n a inr i: A o th1muh ym'
I:eeli''t panr omkeg2n s
>bligation to them. They vied with
ad.h other tv extend relief to the suffer
'ni .i their tit ne he
he sameinstant, adthr :tO' demand
sue.(4 Ve resp eully. 0
Tl'he news fro: WashingtJCd on i da.
flta ebilracter eoite to iv c:m
.u:m,4om tw-nthirds e :L:r: Wa
he' rule '' f2 '' 'd.i(e : ut ''i c:i -t-:
inZast enalet :he:n tlL p'U4 xr..n
ir'. keibsl:4)tion~ withou rgar toth
outh. u.~ic 2 22. 1j2s t
.\ '1-r.a fit' of1 i'a ho".'
*'l ::pp:'priate thej2 money rit1. or4
hal notpr bei teonded on rthe frtl day
a iti ng debat\. in whc h
4lo t ..b 2 :.t' 1of 171 to. V.I :
:1all,2 of Penylaia' nd1x.o
ne . 1 1. no, imi:i2 : th:r'
-4 of t4 e l 4o. ' n . .. 2
.'2vh"'rever' he :'12i t'ee 4.::dt
-n':- t i:'1.il:.1 0:244.1. w h : '' 1'44 U.
1) depr2iv ing :the~:f Donef t ofi.)21' their
uajority in4 the next"'iouse.
w r!, :mdiov ie . his at o te Fit
ne. Y -. 'dr.t F.divtell :o '-m tIr -
:lb4141 i a'(2 farm.er wh !4'i4u It' - 'ho
I:.r:, '' bar 2 lo1 aii : m: I th"14'
'l. t o'ew I - la ' :' :4n f'
1hi) -y, f12 " 44he whle p-a-a' ra2 n
i1e1 p4rap2 heihe to m.1;.4k 1om
-hanL' about22. 1:4 hi oait.y~' nd 1 't
Ink lite ri p, and14 ''1 aout tol go.i erz.L
fli iio, UI mov hicle i ' :ent 't4o the Flint
\lill, 1h1re1to bie rtle'. through, pierh aps
'laper h:mvo Ifboti tI4 lgrit' n o 41
n412' c ote al: I be'ot IiIolive h- i's 1
roial.1i ot-arr:4 h1 :i:110 d21'1 4'2 II'. 142 -'
:femy. iui h1i. c o4on he 102lh '12'b tti4 -ie:
I -11Ll.' F .. '~
Wm1b. L. Bradley's 5
Cotton Factors, Genera
<1.\ VOWL iGUANO. in Bigs. 21)(11
-. C. C'11s SUPERPHOSPH
H LY'S AMDO TATED DIS:
I(IO'AL GUANO COM1POUNII
tE Thc above Standard Ferlti.erq
nr t in I South. with unii'Ienfld st
. 4nd ll t ) give s at' etiol. while t
I i. I - l.p'ti.r to anV yver :;l .
E *e-an,d Teri!is. to !A
A 1u) SECOND 1' ND PIANO, %ith
-KIl.I AN ATTACH MENT.
A.1v to JNO B. (ARWILE.
Feb C;InY, i---: t
B r Irish P()tatoes.
Buhes eed Oats.
600BuselsPriine W hitt
- :1ie1q n t o tw hundred thbous:,tfL
dome, or !.epurpos ofo-Ing1.l! th.is In
tm'., with FRE I TIITION, for ter
ear.<. Some forty thousand doliars havt
to be seoured thk year to make good tia
already subscribed. The County of New
bei ry has alreidv subscribed about. nin(
thou,;and dollars. and Rev. W. A. Therrel
has been appoi'ed Agenat to rais'e, if posai
blIe, five thousand dollars more in thil
Friends of the2 cause will please give lidn
all the sutpportt and encouragement ini theil
power. Tiose who have givena bonds mayi
mak~e p:na et of interest to Mr. Therrell
to ('ol. J. R. Leavell, or directly to
PRiOF. C. H. JUDSOX, Treas.
G ~ aville, S. f.~, Feb. 1st, 1S75. G-3i
T.vT i)OF SOUTh I( AilOLINA
~NTILE iR()BATE COURT.
anee tof u ani orde. isaued out o
bat.1 ('aur t for Ne'. btrry Count'y. it
bove statedi action, I will sell, at pub
ery*', t th highesi. bider,
a e 'is 31eday in March Next
asteproperty of Archibald G. Glasgowv
ate, a-it Ad that tr:ct of latd, satuated
ina New berry Gounty, containing
FIVE HIUNDRIED ANI)
more. or less; ho-tuded 1.'. lands of Hlenr'
Edy, A. E. Smag, Jamies Davi., Elizabetl
HEni.on atd oters.
Ti', .---One-halfC of the purchase mon1
-* to be a' 'd ina e.'.h, b)ehtlee ona e r.lil
i tweb mnths: L, w:h in ter es Iromn JSa a
.. pche to give l.y'd anid a tmott
er of the prem i.s !d, to secur' h
()01NTYi OF NEi~WiwiRRY.
m u tta E. aiiapin, Defen'dat.
F.*:rcelo:mrt' of Moatgag".
a l dr ofl. :sloon-u A.1
a t aove smedl iaciont, I wil
* blintery, to the' h;iest n!iet
'ii st )Iooda3 lat :'1arcli Next
h r y Loft' ab * '. na:::edt den
b i an 1 n.a:,- ofth proK:t
ca e el'edi t.Uo., atnd pay 0u
J hatN J. CAlsItN\TON, S. N. C.
Sheri't aflice, Febt. Za. I S'i b.
STiATVE 0!" 'S( lTH1 CA ROINA
(' NT Y OF N i:W BERlf .
IN THEl ('OM1.\ON PLAS.
.l. u.. 1. l.iv'ing-- otn, D)efenid atnt.
jention': Aanst l'rottortv.
a t ow . .'iii ,t'., a
W Al seIu ILnd Kj:(lIes.
Il'D it tl'e.
Leviaed oni as the pro)perty of Jamesa l. Liv
in' t,n at the slit of Johr. J. G.dhnoa
T1''RMS C ASh. Pturchaser to pay 10
JOUN J. A ;NT , s. N. C.
thniulc, e.S go
Feb t o n-...st i,
D & CO.,
1 Agents, Augusta, Ga.
bs. ea -l.
MT E1 ( LIN I. in B.3v,, 200 lbs.
1L ) BONES, in Bag!. 200 lbs.
in 2s. (i) lbs.
hIn6 beca in ue for the past seven
ecaro, -!zain t1fere,l at prices that
he stn i. it !ummrit%i to be equal,
Yr-.. :: MAIN TIN. .e-t Newberry,
F .1.G- -Smn.
S.iTE: Op' SOlli CAROLINA,
ONLTY 0V NEWBERRY.
Josei.h F. Gi-i. as Probat. JLige: for Union
I line- Malu': , i'*. )f, 'wjnds.
For'closu're of Nort"ge.
1v i :;:te t f :he , a :.-it in me vested
bVI: "J-i'i:t f.,r >orlime" in the
. Ltd tctic:, i 'nil sell at public
0,:r, :o* 0 tl;r- highe. t h4 i ,
O r- |rxirt Xo,dliy ;I Mach Aext,
a:.. y of I d'f.mt, James
Man.-y 1.e fo . d-: d real estate,
to-w i.c i. ', d .:,lyizng and
bei : .uoty '. N erry, State
ate.id, conau n
Two 1und red and Fifty
:w:aer s, iund:d b irds f II. C.
Lori, 4. e !l D . ifer and
ori .-, s . .m. I . o 12,-or the
T :h r:i:o of the real
Jon A. .lenuw, dec'd.
T : d lance on a
c r of on.e and t e e r i inztal
ints, n ith intu.rest I;om day of sale. Pur
chm, iv wi- approved sure
tand a mort;age of Ohc peinise", and
puy tor paper.s.
J. J. CARRINGTON, S. N. G.
S!:erifTi Ofice, Feb. :-, 187.
Feb. Jo, 9--.
-By virtue of an order fromt the Hon. J.
C. L.thy, Probate Judge for Newberry
County, I will sell er piblic auction, at the
residence of the late Hiram R. Wicker, de
ceanlN, at 11 o'clock. A. M., ON THE 23d
.DAY OF FER1R.'liY, 1S75, the Personal
Proper:y ut said deceas-ed, consisting of
Hoshl andu Kitchen
DANTEI. fl. WERTS.
F . 1, M Ad&iitstrator.
In NE)sie. ter:u- X.myn. Responisible
Iar i :e-. ny1l pOat of t te ..in~t sulpplied On
Air. t-cht-se S i:eeo.-t oct-' ye. in eleg:Lnt case,
only .2:5 'ia-.:m:i i': 1 rwt, dur.iabl. and
tie i-i ever~ .id in1 th U' S.. lot. the mon
ev Ca::til)gues free.
RP..;S We selt o'.y' the celebratted
AAsoN & H aMl.lN-UU5: lig frorn10 t
$1.000 each-the best :uiel th. cheapest.
Prices sae ias at factor'C. Sold by monthly
payme'nts, ort delivered fret of charge to
(ash buyers n.ny where in the south. Cata
WlI.TEVERi is wr.nte-i in the sansical
WVline. w.- ean suppliy at lowei-t rate
aiid in .ibort tlie.
lished in the t'.S,mi.led, post-paid,
(on ri 1^ipt of price'. ' ui okpb
V10h.INS. Guit,ars. F-ites, Accordeons,
(CNte-ts. D)runti.S' ring,s Tuning Forks.
(rat' )Iing in :Li- kin-. --at by express to
ny :Ir of the Sute. Try tIs.
-Hr . LUDBZEN & BATES,
. ..--: Savannah, Ga.
F-romn 5 Cents Upward!
CALL AT ONCE
AN) MIKE 10W8 CHOICE!
mi. . - i 1f Probate
:' \ ,he I i . ee . W'oht.elay, the
M : da ,!e e :.u - n ill at the
er, di:i.ory as
d. J' N 1). \\ EiA MA N,
* dati'r.,ul of .iat of J-ie Ki.u.rd, dlec'd.
Naiwhrl ry. i1. *. J., Ja. 29,175
MALE H/SM SChOOL,
* Raidville, Spartanbu.rg Co., S. C.
TIMS)~ . C JAMEt, A. 1R, A.suciatet.
N t "'e iO:: wiJI tein F.,e . 1st, 13'T5.
I : ' $. :. , .ei:l per seuSioI
I .! b. HB.1.. ei 2 per month.
ab.;: e , o u:-nhans and Min.
Glens Spre School.
th ' a,eibe )on ' '. Ja.u.ary, acnd
a l conin I:o Numr vie ion tii
l:.m or a m.s n:.e C3:UN or -rr.
or preparationi for C. i!ay....35(
-uti:ediate B3ranichev. ......... 25 0(
rimariy Braueb"s...............18 o(
Gto) board at or ue&r thie Springs cart
r be had from $io :o $12 per utouth. Thi
lo.'ationi of this Schoci LtdOrds advantagei
ntot excelled by any other section in th
State. J. W. N. BEARD,
P RINTINI,G IIOUEI
BOOK STORE !
Newberry Herald, 1
$2.50 PER ANUM.
h A V E
CARDS. I BRIEFS,
NOTE HEADS, 0 STATEMENTS'
LETTER HEADS, [LEGAL BLANKS,
B IL L HEADS, INVITATIONS,
PAMPHLETS, IHAND BELLS,
DOD GERS, -"iPLACARDS,
Etc., &c. J.WETC., &c.
k,RNTED AT TUE
HERALO PRINTING OFICE
NEWBERRY, S. C.
An elegant lot
Invitation and Wedding Papers,
WITH ENVELOPES TO MATCH.
PAPER DOLLS and
&c., &c., &c.,
HERALD BOOK STORE.
PAPER of all kinds,
FOR SALE CHEAP AT THE
HERALD BOOZ STORE.
SCHOOL BOOKS, and all other kinds 'of
BOOKS. or aiiy article in the STATIONERY
LINE PROMPTLY FILLED.
T. F. GRENEKER,
Editor 11ERALD and Proprietor Book Store.
Jan. 27, 41-tf.
To the Members of the Sonth
Mii,isters of the South Ca-rlina Methodist
Conference arc respectfully informed that
having made arrangements with the Pub.
lishing House at Nashville, Tenn., I am en
abled to supply them with any of the Books
or Publications of that House on the same
per centage that they have hitherto been
All orders accompanied by the Cash,
either through P. 0. Money Order or by
Draft, will be promptly filled.
In sending orders, write name and Post
THOS. F. GRENEKER,
Proprietor HERAL. Book Store.
Jan. 13, 2-tf.
SULERT AND RLATED WARE!
&c., &c., &C.
Having jnt remnolelled ar.d newly fitted
up my store, I would ask the public to give
mec a call, ats my
Stock is Now the Largest
ever offered in this part of the State, and
PRICES AS LOW
asCV can tefondin the South.
Myi gemis are bought direct from the
Man.ufactu'ers, and, consequently, can Ie
sold as che~ap as any other Honeo in the
A!! Antetican Gold and Silver Watches
sold at Manufacturers' Catalogue price.
I keep~ a large stock of
Spectacles and Eye.
set in Gold, Steel, Rubber and Shell Frames,
to suit all ages, from the bl at Manufaotu
rers in the United States.
A large dtock of
Birth-day and Bridal Presents,
Engagemnent Rings, Ae.
In my Establishment Gold is sold
for God n rs a odfrBas
All goods sold warrauted as represented,
and my customers may rely upon getting
what they bargain for.
ALL KINDS O? WATCE, CLOCK AND
yEWELEY REPAIRING DONE AT
SHORT NOTICE AND IN WORKX
gOdsb Mail or Express, for work or
gdswilreceive prompt attenltion.
G,oods sent G. 0. D. to all parts of the
country, wih the privilege of examiani
before paying for them.
Hair Jewelry of all Descrip
tions Made to Order.
'JOHN F. SPECK,
j 1 W mi m S. n
ry Goods, Groceries, 4e.
The undese hve t=is fayorined a
ATUSEESHfl', tn ill nue business
t the old stand of J. hL Wilson A Co., Un.
er the name and sAyle of
IRMIN & CRITF.
We ofrer GREAT IXDUCEMENTS in
Boots and Shoes,
WR THE NEXT SIXTY BAYS,
AND WILL SELL
,ADJES' DESS GOODS, from 10 to ISJ.
LENS' SHOES, from 75c. to $2.50.
[ENS' FUR HATS, from 50e..o $3.00.
Our stock of
e full and will be SOLD AS LOW AS AZT
[OUSE IN NEWBERRY. We have on hand
ud will keep,
PURE RED OATS, COR, PEAS, C,
We will make
Barter a Specialty.
We ask our friends and aeaintands
bor the share of patronage that hashe2=o
bre been bestowed upon tho old firm, =4
uates that our oombined efforts wMl be
ro please all who will favor us with a *OI.
ruxrcs E. CxArmax. I JA=s-M. CBAWTOMi.
January 1st, 1875-1-3m.
A FULL LINE
LL and WINTER 8ODS1
(At Stewart's Old Corner.)
Respectfully call attention to their elegmk
Ar e and varied stock of goods. amooW
hl can be found all kinds of Arst cla.
Dress Goods, Calicoes, Hosery, Glove,
Laces, Collars, Ribbons, Homeasnne
Cassimeres, Cloths, Kerseys S Draw.
Splendid All-Wool Shawls,
For gentlemen and ladies.
Domestic and Staple Goods In endless v4
BOOTS, SNOES, MATS, CLOTIN,
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
A fine assortnent of
SADDLES and BRIDLES,
A superior lot of
UMBRELLAS, for hand and bugy.
FINE AND COMMON TRUNE",
Amng h are those convniet ad el
selectcd and which we warrant to be -~
SOLD LOW FOR OAU4.
We aeawayagladtoshow ourgoodan?
Ps W . S. CIKCE
Oct. 7, 40-tf.
TROS. F. R AIRMONI
customers tahe is nwrceivinghi
FALL AND WINTER
STOCK OF GOODS,
HE CAN SELL VERY L*1,
whl e gad to showthem to al.His
LARGE AND COMPLETE,
Embracing a very desirable line of
HITS, BOOTS AND 8SHO8,
All of which
WILL BE SOLD LOW.
Thankfulvfor the liberal patrn he
to business, to merit a continuanee of the
same. Sep. 16,gi-Vf.
J.I1.IL8ON & Wo.,
01 all kinds, such as
Sugars, Coffee, Rice,
lcon, Choice Hams,
Flour. Lard, Molamse, -
FRESH MEAL AND CREW9.
Pickles, Canned Fruit,
Sheetings and YarM,i
RAISINS AND T/ES,
N4GN-EXPLOSIVEKE SE ,
And all other articles to be found"I, naGM
CERY STORE, and all of wels will
BE SOLD CEEAP .
The undersigned, being proedwt
the most improvedinrme,
to do all kinds of SEJRVEYIN~G iihsq
All order lethat Suber &Cadel
Office, or Mrs. 0. Mower's Store ,illreet
popt attnio. F. WEBB, Ja
OcK7, ~O-4y. D4M~~ SIt~~