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Adednesday, tJanual'y 25, 18N.
Chief Consta:le Hbiard Shot-At.
We learn that a difliculty occurred on
Saturday, in Columbia, between 1)'
Gieger and Ghief Constable liubbard.
which ea:ne to blows, and that I)r. .
shot at Iluhard unfortunately. The
ball struck, but glancing off did not i:
fliet serious it jury. l)oes the chief wear
a coat of mail ?
A Seeming Disposition.
The Columbia Union says: "General
Anderson has returned from his investi
gation of the troubles in Union county,
and from what we can glean, matters
have quieted down very much there, and
a seeming disposition prevails, to prevent
a recurrence of the fearful outrages, that
have disgraced a porti> n of the county,
on several occasions."
Its a reluctant admission.
The Impeacmment Trial.
The court of impeachment for the trial
of Judge Vernon, assetnbled on Ft iday
last. Judge Vernon's counsel is Colonel
Pope, and the mar agers are assisted by
Worthington and Ellioi t. Judge Vernon
plead not guilty to each of the articles.
through Col. Pope, reserving the right
to plead in writing on Tunsd-y following
H1e requested that his witnesses he put
on the same footing as those for the
prosecution, in other words be paid by
the State. This was refused. Senator
Leslie then gave notice that he ;vculd
pay the cxpenscs if the State would not.
The managers are W. J. Whipper, F. J.
Moees, Jr., .Joseph Crews, W. I). Wilkes
and Aaron Logan. At L.30 p. m. the
Court adjourned to meet on Tuesdav.
No person is admitted . ithout a ticket,
of which vight hundred have been pre
The Governor's Mcesage.
The message of Gov. Scott, which will
be found on our first page, in answer to
the demand made by the Sre eaters to
extingu..h certain por tions of the up
country, will be read ,ith great interest
it is a good paper, and a fitting ansaer
to the frothing crew a.bo desire to precipi
tate the country into anarchy and blood
shed. The Governor acknowledges that
there is some restlessless, but not mare
than the rightful author ities have it in
thuir power to quiet, and he is em:incnt
ly right, and evinces as much wisdom
and statesmanship in his detcrmnr:ation
and advice, as the most peace loving eit
Izen can desire. All honor and credit
be given him for his manly arid senisible
answer. It really looks like a peace
measure, and as such every honest citi
zen will endorse it, and lend every inclu.
ence anid me.ans to restore order, anId
- q.uell any attempts -st ri"t or confusion.
If Gov. Scot t will continue in this course,
we have no fears but that we will be free
from many of the troubles which have
disturbed the peo)ple of late. IIe has it
-in his power now to win himself a name,
and we would be glad, for the sake of
-our beloved State, as well as for himself,
that he should occupy an upright, fair
position, becomiing the first Magistr ate
of an honorable Str.te.
We have received a copyv of the pro
cedings of the first andl second anniual
meetings of the Surviror's Association of
South Ca-olina. The pamphlet contains
a brief and pertinent explanation of the
purposes for which thre Association was
*instituted, anud the primrary and see
ondary ohjects of its development anid
perpetuation; basis of organization; con
sititutioni; a tribute to the memory of Ge--.
7Lur; lhat of "fieers; report of State Exee
u tive Board; Roester of olieers; Orgaini
zations-regi ments. bat talions, batteries,
brigades; &c., and closes with a classic
address before the Association by' Gen.
John S. Preston, at its second annual
The Association propo<tes to punblishu
a Roll -the names of those n lho died or
were killed- in the late war-in two edi
tions. The first will soon be issued, arid
the second will be pubilishued in about
pighteen m:onths, and will be a revis.ed
South Carolina gave 7-10ths of her
-:oting population to the nar during its
ir.st two years, wore than one-ft'u:th of
whom were sacrificed.
Lists for sublscription to the pub'ica
:ion of the roll may he found at Messrs.
McFall & Pool's, at Messrs. Motte &
Tarrant's, at Mr. W. TI. Tarranit's. at
Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope, and at D)r. S
Subscription $3; half of thc amount
to be paid1 on the delivery of a copy of
the first edition, and $2 50) on the dehee
erv of the revised edition.
The following are the off'ers of the
President-Lier.t. Glen. Wade llamop
ton ; First Vice-President--Lienit. Geni.
H.11. Anderson ; Second Vice.-Presidtl~
-Maj. Ge'n. .J. lB. Kershnaw ; Third \~ice
Barker:! Secretary'-Colone! A. C. lias
kell; Tr'easurcr-Capmtain Wmn. K. Dach
Execurttve Comnmittec.-Colonel Ed.
nard Mcrady, Jr., General Eltison
Capers, Gerneral James Conner, Colonel
J. McCutchen, Clo'nel Wmn. Wallace,
Colonel J. II. Rlion, Colonel C. I.
ini::s ma M.mtos.-A harn belonging
to Mr. Lnt R~ogers, of Marion County,
was destroyed by tire on the ilth inst.
Theli building contained guano, farming
utensils and grain. Loss about $~00.
The -esidhence and all its conte.:ts of Mir.
~Ienry Shaw, of thre samne County, was
'onsumed by tire last week. Mr.
S'caw thinks it the work of an incenrdiary.
Capt. J. L. Southern has been elected
sheriff of Greenzville'.
The fllvinog engrossed bill !s b. e:
Ali act st.pleintitary to an act to
aitthorize adm+ini.trators, execut''rs arnd
a'her tid'rciarries to se' cert:aint evlidn
er" of i.leb,teln. at iublic sale, and to
comp't"rom:rise in ctt tait acase.
l;illa intIrodtieed to tautirt( ize clelr s of
ronrts to perform all tle <Ie'e lier etc
f1c e puil f"rnamed1 by co::i'si.'i:ane: S it:
<qi::ty, andl deritne- on the first day of
January, 18 : .
To prmaide for Ih.- rlerict 1by. the
peoplc of county at:ditors utl ConIltr
tre:. ttrer, relerred to coti:nittee.
To) rot::p 1 coni,ty tra-:ores to re
etive cot.:.ty checks in pa-,mnent of
A ill to regniatte thre irmnaner ofdrw
ing jirors, read the. third time and
.\ eoncrrrent resotlution atolnrizing the
State aiilitcr to in.-truct county treasut ers
to stnV actioun c ,!lc.ction of to:.es; re
ported by j,iitt r,:solution suspcetnding
tax eXecitors i: Some instances.
Unrtfavor:alae report on a bill to protect
laborers and others working under
contract, for sh+are of (irops.
A joi:t resolutio n to suspend the writ
if hantcs corp-as in certain Counties ; :e
.irril to co:mit tee.
A bill auth" rizin; St:te auditor to
c:auite to ie levied ai collected a speci
tax : referred to conitdmittee.
A bill to amrend Sectionr 14ofC an act
organizing and overnig the miiitia ; re
ferred to committee.
In the Ilouse a resolution to adjourn,
sine die, ol the I.,t day of March has
been ade+pted by a close vote and sent to
Ni.tiee of a bill to r:gulatc the road
Irtrodnrtion of a l-ill to bind outt ille
gitinate children of paupers to service.
Nc;ice of a ht31 to indemnify cert:iin
Ccr,'- r.'s MtAOGA Zrxr. roe. Ro1Ys A nD GIt Lpot
IS71.-The cor:ductorr, of Iturke's Weely for
LIvS at.c Girs. in response to a very geuiet ally
expres"ed wish. have deternilael. with the tew
year, to cliage the character ofth :.t pnb!icatin
inton FmrT-Ct.As5 3o1NT.-Y )!AO.,Z1iS for
the lBcvs itl Girls of the South. Grateiully
apprecinting the remarkable f:.vor bestowed on
their Weekly. atnd the mAny expreSi.,n3 of en
tie e ratie,ction which have reached them fromt
Call qcrurtersa. th--y are eatisfied that their paper
has aupplied a want long felt at the South. and
that a weli-ecotiducted Mag:ziue. of hi:h moral
tone. fi::ed with contributions from the best
writers. and eabraci g a large amount of va!u
able iniformatio", can be made highly attractive
to w+uth ful minds. without the aidventition and
pericious tid of een-ationail literature.
The same writers who have aided in making
the v.eck:ly so wot:derfuily popular. will con
tributc to the 31:gazine The first number wil
cor.tain the ope: lng c::apter. ofa new st->ry by the
author of--itig-Foot Wallace." -.Jack I)obell.
etc.. cutit:ed The In<li:rs i 1)Irt-D:ucr'.
Nrs:: a (ale of the $emino!es-told in 31
Duval's hest style.
All of the old and poptlar fen'tres of the Wee'y
will ie re'ai..td in the new Zlag:aziie The edit- r
will L.old hie mocithly chats with little readers
a:d correspor:der:ts through the Letter l.ag. and
the ('himrnev Corner will conth:ue to be crowc(ed
Wiith Itehlm-es. (har::de-. Enigma-. 1'uzzles.etc.
fterrr:- tIurke's Mlaauzine for lis ard Girls
wi:I he i-!ur<1 monrhly. in numibers of forty-eiit
p:rge- each. arnd printed or. the best c.:lendered
p+per. nd ec'gtnrtly illu-trated. The price of
sab-cription will re $2.c a year.-three copies
hcr ?5. 0. Iturke's Mlag:azine and the Southern
Farm atrd ilome. 3.l) 1 peryear. .1. W. Bturke &
Fo., 'ubli:hers. No. () Secot.d Street 31aco, ,.
TIIE LADY'S FRIENxD FOR Fr.nnAIc
1871 -This i.s a very hndrcsome number, not
frlling bc'hitnd that for Jacniry in any
resp.et. li:deed we prefer tire leading s'cel
pa:te, the three earneost faces bent over "The
Letter" are so ctuggestive.. The F"ashiocn
P'late is bceautiful aind stylish, and thce co(r.ed
patern for a Tidy w.il please intdustios
roung ladies. Then there is a very natural
icture ofl ai Farm,uYaird int Febrituy, anrd
omite attractrive costumte fo,r xalkin:: and
skating :.idc riding. A phcite of winter fch
otn' for girls rand one for bocys will be inter
estinig to mothecrs. There :cce pcumeroius de
sign-c for winter gatrmentts, patterns for which
nre supplied on atpplicactionc: acttd the u' ork
rubhle l)ep:arment is v'ery rich in captivatin;r
fancy work. Tbc stocrica and icoetry, a
tsuil, ere tnrntrcassed for excellence anid
variety. Price S2.50~ a yearr (w hich atl-oin
eludes a lairge steel engracvinst1. Fccur copcie
SG. Five cocpiee (arnd once grati), $8. "Thle
Lady's Friend"i anrd "T hie Satrdayc F.vening
Poet" (and one encgraving), si 00. Pttb!ished
hiv Dleaccon & Peterson, Philacdelphia. Sample
Ccpies sent gratis, to thoc- who ani basi
Turn Et L}e'Te MAOAZ:SE -Witht spreaid of
eduticationc rnd rhedie.relopmzenct cf'podl-ulart inat- li
wegc'cc. thce demar.d urponi editonri foar liter.ttnce
which shaill be inst'rctic'e as well as umurin;g. is
evecr grearterancd gre'ater. 'rie immetcse succe.
ofi flimucy at:d $eci::tional pceriodiicas twoutld >ee'm
toO d .cred it t ihis. but we believe there i- p.ract ic'aihl
arc unlimcited class of readers. whoc are willing to
suppo irt hecartily a maaczine n hich cani bce ,eilid
withcenit being dtil, inS ructive w'ithout being
pcrarmatic pre-emit:ertly is tI:e Eclectic. It con
Cacns thce ties? li erature uof the best minadc 0of
F.ctwhucc rind F"r.tice'. :cnd everv v'olumre is a cy lo
pe.ediiic, ac it were, of foreign contrernporary
thourghit. 'Thle l'ei.ruanry numnber is at hancd. :and
cort:iiS tnearly t wencty e'xcellenit rartic'e. beies
tie Ed itori:l Ic-pm ctt wentt. Thecre is also a very
fince pocrtrurit of' Genecral Trriocim, the "sternr.
patienrt lireton.'' towards whom,r thre eves cf thce
whr.le ci'vilze'd wirld are rnos tucried. The
F.ciectcic illisht:d by F. It Pel.tonr.1(8 F'ultoc
.icee. New York. Pcrice. $5 per year. Sing!e
copies. 45 Cercts.
1TtiE C AIA xi'for Fe bruary is received, and
as usua!i it is hrighly ittnters-inig. We can re
cormmrendi thi< montrhly to our renders as one
which' wi;i affi.clrd them the greact'st satrisfc,
ton. 31ark 'Twanin contrihu:cs lrgely in
lrumnor i-i cachr number. Srubserpt'on Si
per .nrnum. Addrees Sheldon & 'co., N. Y.
''TE TYro5tAPHIIC Jo(tiNA L & A DYtER
'ssi::, devotred to tihe adv'anceent of thec
iterests of P-:biishers, Prninter- and Winders
in theC Surth. pilblisherd by .\essrs. Warrlker.
F.vans &S Cocruvell. Chiarlestonl. The l hevemr
her numbter jctst recei is full of interest
aml hrandsomrely printed.
W.e havi~e receivedl fr'om tire Clinton (S. C.)
Printing (fli'e, a cpy) of the l'nloNOGRcAPI,
tC Q(.'CAIRTEI:LY, devotecd tco thc diff"usiron of1
Phlocne ie Shlort,IHandi. It i< publhished qunar
tery :nrl corrntis 20 parges. Sutbscriptionr
50c:s ac "ear.
Thie Fenc (isituantion grows woirse daily.
lice huimb:rdm.ernt c ' Pariis conatincueS w ith
se ri-a. recu,lt'. the dacmalge bcy ushells to lotild
in rbing' coiasiderahle, whaile tihe lo-u of' lfe
is geat .\anycorn mills havie been de
(O1liia d i ipai.tcheis conalirm tire dieeat of
iulicaki, in a severe bat die beifore liMlfort.
wi:iebc his'ed tw.o days Frenchi loss 7.800,
Ge rran !os .4,200. Rtumors are that the
Ge~ rmian fir e is inoct up' no expectations, atnd
tha.t ai genreral attack is to bem mcade (in St.
Detl ni an \'aclereinc. Trchlu is to cocmmnence
a cc serie of srtic-, to contidue inl'(csatly' on
less thdere is peace oIn Frenchi terms. Thre
.ermanlIti have'. twen'tti.wo bat.iterie's a.vciilce
aig:rdtfris. c . 1On thce 19th thce nire entirely'
ceaed.'n The bceliet being that na'otiartionrs
ookin to~I pc'ee' were pend ig. The3 late,t
report is :h.c the ihm'cnrdmeni'tt wIlh iniecrs
e'd 'arce w. : comm--inee' immiiediatly, the ice
::ljotiiins h:cais fariledl. Oc thne wh~ole the
Frenech i-r'cts acrerc deplo rable. It is said
still t:a th Iie c'ity is trarnuil
Wi d!i::tm cf I' uria wru' priocaimed F.mpc
ror of Ge r mity, in thie llalll of 31inc:or's, on
\'..nS.uL.u:S. Januadl:ry 20 P. M., via Lc'n,
dlocr, .hc:aniury 21, 5 Mc P. 31.-A ll quieit ris
afiternoiun, andI the troops onc hexh sies re
min in thicr p' osi:ions5. 'The. Prcesin loss
'n he recnit soirtie wars 400, rind the F'rench
ous -sur r hvy that they nrsked ain arrrristie
ot i--r'y"e'"ht hours focr remohcvinig their
wo.ruded.:i u 'rvig thecir dead.
A.dvices trom P'rris say thnat Trochut, at a
co'uc'il F:c iday, statedI thact shounld hople of
outscie aistinLceai it would behis duty t
s"rren.ier the city before rIce Germans des
truve"'d tire pubie hicihiings and fired the
centr of the ei:y The Em nperor telegraphs
Am:un'ti. onr the "1t: 'he enemy yesterday
enre incv widrew inito Parcris. Th'ie torah
Freni c i ? at it. fletin) was I5.000. Theac
enem at withr"" ' to V'allenciene'aS .rad
''iherbe, nih h.isr ita', ha:d arrried. cat
P.'nb:, o th :t.~ Thre armycc of'the
P.o Ja-uiy 23.-T'he feliowinrg area
thre cuora:'Ons for ah dom~i.test ic irnret:
iI c bb:ts, : f.; ch:iic ns, !'.5f.t ;:ee,-e, 'Tnf.:
The exerei<cs of Mr. llarditt's excecllent
school have fully commenced.
We are truly glad to perceive that the
Academy grounds--known as Halcyon
Grove-a most desirable piece of property,
is at last advertised for sale.
llorses ran Away with a wagon yesterday
mortin;g, which resulted in a collision With
another wagon. and -.e crushing ofa horse's
leg, e. ' le %vouned a:rirmal belongs :o Mr.
We are reitested to call attention to 'ard
of Mr. A. Smith, who has opened a INack
.tnith shop in our town, and asks for a por
tion of i tronage in iron work upon wagons,
plows, & ., &c , shoeing of hor3es, etc., etc.
Coxrtst-rNTAI:T -President lCn<h, of ;.
& C. It. 1!.. wi'l aceept our thanks for com,
phimen:ary searon tickets over hi< road, sent
us through the poli:c Secretary, Mr. C. V.
Mr. R. L. iMcCaughrin has on hand and to
arrive, 60 tons of fertilizers of warranted
virtue. and planters are advised to give them
their orders in time. Read the testimonials
which he presents to the public this week.
i oN u To FaaNe -Dr. T. C ouin. who resided
here f'.r :early a decade returned last week to
l.a !cl:e F'u.cr. We wish the old gentleman
peace in his tireining years. if that be possible
amid the disturb_d relations of his unhappy
ACCIDENT.-The up freight on the G. &
C. It. R., on Saaurdaiy last, met with an acci
dent nine miles above Newberry, which was
caused by a loose rail Three freight cars
were badly damaged. The passenger trains
were detained about two hours, having to
change baggage and passengers.
ETIwA\ ;CANOs. &c.-The attention of
Farmers and i'lanters is directed to the ad.
vertisement in this week's paper, of Mlesrs.
W. C. lCee & ('o . of Charleston. It will be
seen that they are prepared to furnish the
most approved fertilizers at low prices, and
that they warrant them every one. i:cad
their advertisement carefully.
"The farmer should, of all other men, take
a good, reliab'e, agricul.ural paper. We
defy any farmer to try it for a year and
then he able to say it has not paid and been
in every way for his good."
Firs: consid'red however must be his dis
trict p:tper, without that he does injustice to
himself and family, and acts unfairly to the
APPOINT3IExTS.-WC notice in the Colum
bia Union that the following named gentle
muen have been appointed Trial .ustices for
the County of Newberry, viz: John T. Peter
son, Joseph Keller, Bates Maffett anti Win.
Summer. These appointments will give
general satisfaction. The inference is that
several of those now holding the same im
portant offiers will be removed. If so it is a
move in the right direction.
IssrTA-rAIOs :SaxvicES.-The services
at Lnther Chtapel on last Sundamy week, (no
tiec of which we sincerelyj regret having
omitted to make itn proper time) were of the
most interesting charac:er. The occasion
was thie inst:illation of~ the new pastor, Rev.
leory S. Winigard, who for some weeks has
beent very aceptably and profitably serving
that cbarge. The servec was administered
by the Rev. W. 5. ll'wman. of Charleston,
at:d was most itmpressive. The Rev, gentle
man delivered two eloquent discourses. We
are glad that Luther (thapel has secured the
setrvices of this yotung divine, who is so well
and favorably known in the comtmutnity, and
rlso that lhe is so well qualified for the high
(;RATIFYmG.-The aiTairs of the Green
ville & Columbia lailroad are showing the
liveliest signs of improvement; espeelilly
about the Newherry dlepot is this to be seeni,
in the~ rapid clearig aw:ty of the itnimenise
cuantity of cotton whieb, thr,mugh Otto stress
and: another, htatd uafortunately accumulated
there. The ilhree large engines lately put on
the toad are cipable of doitng the work need
d, expeditiotusly enough to satisfy all de
sires, ech one being ab!e to move twenty
ive loaded cars, and at otne time d.'ring the
la.t week, no h ss thant fifty-one cars rolled
away, conveying the staphe below. We are
pleased toleartn that fifty miles of T. iron
is ready for laying down,tt and other evi,
dences of itnprovemnent in progre: s. All
this is exceeding'y grattifyiing, and we hope
soon to sec the o!d road in splendid condi
tiN A VisiT TO Tat' S..oUTtsH tRN MtErTtorot.ts.
h>r. .las. Mlcintosh. who recently disposed ofli
elegan: drug estalishmnt to .tessms. 3Motteo
Tarranit, tt'.c better that he may deiote himself
u a-redyt a large and growing practice,
ha., :.,ke:; advantage o thiepresentl salubrious and
simitary ceridit ion, to make a professiotnal visit to
Italt huore-the great scat of 31 -d icail Science.
If we are not muistak.en. [hr. 3McIutosh, who is a
dvoted student in all bratnches of Is noble pro
fs,ien. has wrisely determined to make the dis
eases of woen :'id chiidreu a specialty. Andl
to this end we are glad that lie htas chosen lBalti
more as the oljective poinit of hii- medical tour.
for no city offers more eligib>le facilities for expe
rienice to the med ical scientist. BI.t imore abounds
in noble humnanities for the destitute sick, as
welt as in eleganlt and hospitable homes for those
who may be able to pay the physician for his
tine, labor and skill. Ilence. amid the immense
fl b fr an unlimited rangeL of observation,
ne:m. ::dvatntages and appliantces in her univer
sitics. laboratories. mnu.enms. inlirmaries. d ispeu
arie .hospitals. asylumis and "lying in wards,'
the practitioi.er can meet with every variety,
fornm. phia.e, combination, mnodifiestion and pe
cliarity of disesnes in their sympjtome. progno
sis, treatttment and results.
L.OsT THtEIR CAs.-(lur respectable andi
highly maor-Il town is so free fronm criminal
acts thant ant opportunity of nmaking an item
int any- of the startling lines of murdcy, fire
or burgl:ry is seldom afT>rd!ed. This speaks
well for u.s as atcommhunity, p.irticubtrly too,
that we are just on the line of a railroadl, and
the town a considevable buin~ress centre.
where strangers are a< comtnon as leaves itt
v,lamb ro. Illow fo,rtunate then are we
who live In so quiet anid orderly a town, and
hows blessed in our mrunicipal rutthorities andI
energ~etic marshmals, who suced so well ini
matn:aning the m:aje,ty of the law, and
preerving the people from d:mgers seen and
unin.i X .\ee:ins will htappenl some~timesc,
howsever, in the be<t reguited fam,ilies and
commutnities. (tn Wednesday night last.
a larei eantile firm here, met with a loss
of thr ready- Cash, the first loss in this way
that they laesc ever sustained. They meet
it bravely thought, and hope to recover the
whl it a daty or two. The during feat was
aetm'plished abo9ut 7 o'clock in the evening.
.t the firt report of this affair, as prompt
localits, we repaired to thue spot and ascer
taned particultars, and give what remains to
be told as foflowvs. The gentlemen say
that they are not surpriued at all. that they
wevre inoka;s for it, thiat they had seen for
some time signs which lcd themr to believe
th:it something was going to be dione, and
yet they never made any effo'rt to thwart it.
They- t::ke the mnatter so quie:ly that we are
than to 'aty that on Wedueal.iy night abo
7 o'clock was
MARRIED, by the Rev. Luther Scruggs, t
the residence of the bride's mother, Ma. J
D. CAsiz, of Spartanburg. and Miss Axi
DA .. .ANOFORD, of Newberry.
The merchants' loss after all is not s
bad, being only a temporary one, while th
gain to the fair bride is very considerabli
We wish them well.
To GARDENERS.-A few timely hints
gardeners may not be amiss, as the seaso
for this kind of work is rapidly approachiln;
In the first place piepare your ground b
sp:ding-procure a quantity of Aces o
Spades and scatter them promiscnonsly, th
bigger the spades the hetter. The deuce wi
he to pay if you pitt down the smallest.
Seed, producing fruit above ground, mus
he sowed in the iht of the moon, those he
low, or root crops, in the dark-to accom
plish thiv first get a seed known as .luck
bean s:alk, sow ir, and when it is big
enough, climb vtp to the moon. In the LIGHI
this will be eusy. but in the DARK, be eare
ful lest your seed basket strike against som
of the small fixed stars; in that case you
seed will be lost in tmmrrenslty of spado.
After getting down, rest; there Is a tim
for all things, you must not work all th
IBty a good telesc,,;a-a forty horse' mag
nirying power will be best-aand look up.
Let na:ure have her way.
Cabbage piatnts should never be set out ti
you have them, and to prevent the ravage
of cut worms use the most stringent measure
to keep them out of your garden.
Potatoes plant-of such vari ty as. will d
best; if sweet, set draws about two feet apar
-anl should the weather be still cold, re
flannel about 3 yards to the pair aro jus
In the morning sow your seed-that is yo
should never undertake more work than yo
can get through with before noon-too muc
work is injurious. In case of emergenc.
wild oats may be sown in the evenlng.
To guard against the growth of noxion
weeds and grass, pave your garden over wit
brick and lime mortar, or if you prefer, mak
a contract with the man who did the sid
walk job. Oince fixed up in this style you'
never be under any more expense.
Scr,APs.-The days arC slowly len;ther
A week of pleasant weather, soft almost a
Spring. is being followed by a change.
"llow is it for high ?'-the sweet little sig
over the DOOR of Mr. .lames Packer's BJou
It'there are anv millerites in this section the
will be pleased to know that the 11th of Fel
ruary has been fixed upon as the time fi
"going up " Will they go?
Col. Grady with his old-fashinned circus
will exhibit here on Wednesday tiext, and
is safe to bet that the pavilion will be crowd
ed. Itand wagons, spotted horses, saw dus
and tinsel are irresa'ti'ble.
Boys don't despaIr, you may rise to. dig
tinction some of these days; a!thoug
your calling is humble, for Mohamet All wa
once a barber, liolivar a druggist, - and -eht
Jacob Astor sold apples on the street._ Iol
up your heads.
F'amilIes in town who keep cows are it:
formed, gratis, that the yield of bnilk enn b
greatly increased if they wit: giv~e their ani
tmals a soiree on1 the piano-forte rice a weel
when the weather permits. ~Music hat
charms. - -
Mr. Lnrenz'a Day beinlrg r arried MIia
Martha Week, a local poet s ays~
A Day is made, a Week is st,
lint time should not coni>lain
There'll sooo be little Days.enough
To make the Week aga.
If.4 dogs with 10 legs,'cun catchi 29 ti6hai
with 87 legse, in 14 mitnutes, how many leg
must the same rabbits have to get awa
fro:n S dogs with 32 legs in 171 minutes. al
lowing 365i days in the year? Fur a solutio
oft this problem we will -give a year's sat
reipion to ih: 11 raId, at a handsomze dis
Whe're did it coma from? Why, '.hnt beati
tifulh tittle cand!e moth or fly of some genui
that has just. cIosed its wi.ngs atnd'y4one
sleep in our lamp-light. It muist have be
:m1 unntiaturatl birh-like Riehard's, who c.im
untimecly faorth with teeth. (IC man,. iti
written hie j .cet, poor !ittle fII I-and what<
"We had a drcam the other night,
When every thing was still;
We dreamed that each subscriber
Camne np and p-lid his bill;
F.ach wore a look of honesty,
A nd smiles were round each eyc,
As they haanhtd over the stamps
They yelled, "hlow's that for high?''
lIa, ha, ha ha! ha ha ha he, btigh,. ho.
The road's at this season of mid witer, :u
as dry atu!(lfine as we have ever seen themi
mid1nmer, and our streets are from d:1
to day filled by wagons piled with Cotte
from all the surrounding counties. Thi
speaks well for tile realities of \'ewberr:
amir,nl2 which ate liberality. hospitality, ge
iality aind materiality! We h.ope that the
shadows may never grow.less!
FriendIs M9tte & Tarrant, who are as lib
rat as lacteal let down in lucerne lotq, ha'
piled the ngony on our devil by favors
ec.rbolic laundry soap, l).sCosta's tooth was"
Scuppernong branidy,shaving-cream, &c.,(tl
batre idea of a shave-shades of shoe strings
lHe is anx ions about his prog, and serrotts
medhi:ates house-keeping in order to try ti
arlicies, so thalt he may re-port their virtu
-especially the Scnppernnong.
Prof. II illhouse delivered p. very in terestit
lecmure at llelena Monday night. Subhject
The E-nglish I;rammnar. Duaring the etu
a performance not in the programmec
etmtred, from which the lecture and a ben
were nearly broken up. A young gentlemi
who discerned "beauties'"-in grammar
that lie had ncver seen before, conveyed t
inspiration of his soul to the seat, whli
broke with the weight and threw him ovf
"FenatI Noncm.-Under this hea
'and ~ ith the vigntettes ofi an inuvert
IBullock, the. Auaguista Gonstituttiontali
thus% celebhraites the ohsequies of the la
ulmne iii. f t ;eorgi: 'hle acquair
'uanee (it hasi no frienuds) of the late Ha
tia prity aire intvitedl to a'ttentd its fun
rai ta-ntiht, ait 12 o'clock, ait the "bor
y ard,"I btwreen Bray tonville and t
Th des 'pot's lieel is off yo'u, sure,
Georgtia, nmy Georgia.
Moum l.sea'tit.s.-The gin hon
of Mr. I). A. F''xx;ortih, on the plantat i
lately owned" bys Mr. W. S. Rtichlardse
was'destroyied I>y lire on the evening
the l.tuh inastan t, uder citrcumstainc
which tmake it clear that it was t
work of the insen'mdiar.-dmitter Newl
[t . dI.tiQoally intmaled that the ott
troule with Sniith at WVest Point is
length of his heels, causing his ne
netighbor t step on I ter so often. TI
Gzovernmnit cant tatf,nd . to havc its<
dets riing atround] on Smith's heels.
z-MY FRIENP. .'+T P TI'HA
terrible cough, and thus avoid a consuni
tive's grave, by u<intg D)r. Pierce's Alt. E
or Golden Medical D)iscovery. For curi
all throat, bronchial and lung diseases it 1
never be"n eq'i:uad $oldI by datigists'
It ,,t PERSONS WHOg AR
invalid- from tie effects of dyspepsia won
t only refleet that its eltte can only be (
feeted by the persistett use of one remec
ninetv-::tte cases ott of one hindrt
would ie benefitted. fo efflet a cure, u:
the "Old Carolina litterz," a reimledv
Soutliern origin, emipo=ed of Soutlhei
e h-rbs of rare etlitacy. Test it i it cal
If you wish vour child rclie*t Cf worm
D use Witu""m-man's Wor a ('aud v
r Jot.' ,4-It.
. " S"((ESSFUL OI'TII
EF\ 1'NTEItP:ISE.-Of mtny ntr Sont
ern enterpri<cs which hIe been untdertak
sinco the w.tr non bh .v.' met with greater
1 more <bierved .-itce.. than the door, sa
ai blind m ufatr,ry of Mr. I'. P. Toale,
1 'harle,to, S. C l;v hard work, indori
tle ener:v mid libi r.:I adver:i"in.. \Mr. Toa
ht in thr e vetrs out;=rippcd all eompt1
t ti,na l xt- a bIuit :t ttllsint hlli(hIt wou
docrediu to anyv city in the 'ited St:tes.
Jan. 4. 1- n.
r .() Y1 UNG TOWNS
mnan, Ira B. .Jote, i< the :agent here for ".t
C len's Chemimcal Compound Sitp," .nd i
r furnish a "right" to make the same to ar
person for S1. l1e has thorounhly and sati
factorily tested this compound and pr
e nonnees it excellent. It is surprisingly chen
- simple, powe.rfil. rapi.l, efficacious and' e
tirely uninjurious to fabrics. For Si.
enough of this compound can be made 1
last an ordinary fami'y one year. The lah<
attending the o!d matuer of washing is d
mini.hed three-f.mrth< the time, and ti
cl7thos rendered 'e:atutifnlly white anl cleal
Economy, seu., and progres: say "Try it."
76r P 1E .* I) 'HEI1 TRT'T1
Some medicsl m"n lni+t that it i.: nrndgnfed I
tadverttse a renu.!v. hov.ver valunb!e it may b
(;queer reton'ting this. I is like, ,ving that a
I artic!e wt.ich tie w aorld nei'eds<bould he hid in
corner-that benefits Snd' blessings may be tc
widely diffu-.el-that themrans of protectingan
restorin: hen:th shoabt beo a close nioun; -f:
and not acce'ib le to a11. The arguftment is 6a
It is worse than that: if is inhuman. Supprr.
t Hostetter's Stomach 1+itters-an absolute spedif
for dyspepsia. billiosress and nervous debilil
-vad never been knowni beyond the repertol
of the facutty. what would have been the consi
quence? Instead of curing ard invigoratir
million-. the good efl':cts of the preparatic
would have beenr cofined to a comparative fev
I There is the hi;;he-t :n:thority for saying th:
light -honid not be hil uinder a bushel; thl
e whatever is x:!'en,t :t.,uld be placed as a cil
ot a htitl. where ii I rne can trke cognizance
it. It i- up'-n ti .i-- pri: ci;le that the Bitters hai
l been a.verti.,t -tli ,:iinue to be advertiss
in every er (i .nr pronminernce in ti
we:-tern he : it'.ere. :in, that the spontaneor
testim~ui::!s in its ta-:.r have- been trau.lated it
to -0l written langu:i:ee. tena:ids enjoy pe
f-et icelth to-day wi,u w'u'l tie I:ugtishing e
beds of sickn.-is if the i.t tp"-r. 1:a. nt sprea
g th- ttuth with r".utd to Ith:s inegnaied invig
rant ani corrective :ir at:d w-de. Supposeprof
tins beeu ren1,rd fr. in this i.uhlicity. Is that at
a .rgumet aIguinst it- If the public health I
been pritecte,l ; if livet ha ve been saved; if it
eeb!c have been strenethened and the sick r
f stored. great good has been accomp!ishcd: ar
who so mean as to gruige to exertions thus dire
ted their fair rew.:rd?
r Jan 4. 1-1u.
S NEwB1tPRRY. S. ('.. .auarv 24.-Cntton 13' .
ContTntA. .anuary 24.-t'otton 134 a 13;c
LABRr<t.. January 23-Noun.--Cotton stea(
t -uplands 73; Orle"an Sr: sa!e< 12.,it bales.
Nzw Yottx. .January 23-7 P. . -('ott<
strong and nctive for export; sales 8,4~e bales,
15.( Gold 10.
('HAItL'rTo. .Tantarv 23.-Cotton firmer
middling 143; receipts 2.233; sales 701; sto
1 LATEST QUOT.ATIONS OF
- . I CAIr.LES'TN. S.C.
coRitECTE'D WEEKu.Y at'
Banki'r & Broker. No. 25 Eroat Street.
.J.NrA.Y M20, 1871.
.STATE MxcutTies-Soutth 'Crolina. olid. -
85; do me w. --a 135; do. regist'd stui;k... ex ist
CITT SEeUnhtTiA--Anguista. (hi.. Botd -
75: ('ha'rh.ton. S. ('..st.ek. et or init: -.e 5
ito. Fire I.oani Binds. 7 a -; .olumbia. $. I.
Htoitis. - a 60.-.
860 a-; i -hark-stonii anti Savat:atlt, f.3e. ..: tC'ha
lotte. ('o;umtbia aral Atuguiata. -: a 85; ('ters
and I)ariington, a s'; t;reeni'ie-e oil tt'nbi
ist mo.rt.. 8' a -: do. state guar'antf'e. 65 a
Northe::stern.00t a -- :Savanmnuti and 4 htark-amo
lst mnert.. - a 78; iii0. Sta,te guaranctee. 002 -
- S.'uth Carotinia. --,a 73; do. '); SpartatlburA a.t
t'n ion. --aFi5.''
t lA it.t:i..9 S-rit'KS--('horir-t tta. "olurmbia a:
A u.u-ts. - s 4'): (,'reenvalhe and ("oluthia. 2
-: Northeastern. 1.3.3 ; S,vannaiht and ('hacrle
too. - a .3 ; S .n'h C'arolin-z. whoto shtarci. -
4': do. hia: f...hnres. - a 2)
E.xen sar.s. &e-New Yirk Si;;ht. 3 off pa
Go(hld, l(.J a III; $ilver. 103 --
e'liank of Ih 'stn......... ............- a
e dan.k of t'amnden........... ............3 a
s llank of (;ei.rgeown.................. 4 a
llank of South Carolin:............... 8 a
llank ot('hester......... ................1 a
llank of II nmhutrg........................ S a
Bank of Newbcerry....................... a
Itank of. tate of$.('.. p:rior tol2..... ..3 a
ltar.k of State of S. C.. isi. 31.11 :;ndc 192.25 a
e ltanters' anad Mech:tilie,.' Ilk olCh'r eston- a
ePeol"e Hank of I tharleston...........- a
e['n on ll:ank of ('harlesto .........- ...--.a
Southwes'Cterni t II Bant ko (' harleston. obl.- a
Southwestern 1t itt in k ofChuarleston.new.- a
State hlank of Chacrleston...............iG a
t':arnmers'ardt F.xcha:eg l''k ofChiarleton 2 a
F.xchanCe Bank ot'to'umbia............. 8 a
Commerci.d IBank of 'columblia. ... ....... 8 a
Merchants' htank of Chieraw.... ........'5 a
lantere' Banik of W'irfiebt............... 5 a
C State of South (arol ina Ilill Hecceivable...95 a
n City oft 'hir:estin (hange. lu!.<......95 a
Y enBihs ma:rkred thus 'e are being; redeemed
a the Batnk (ouniterS of each.
. TiIE: NI(CKElISON Il'IS
r . Columbia. S. C.,
.r Will not be clo.ed on account of the death
tihe late Proprietor. William A. Wrieht?. but
i.e c rried on as heiretotfore. by los widow. M
Wright. The friends of the lute proprietor
e invited to call a;s u e soual.li
.Jan 1 W.\. I. 'c'c'l'ltll.
- GOOD EATING.
s A few,; more' left of thtat ntie AX mb
e. Ublas. S:dlt 3iullet. AT COST.
hi SonhiCicmore of those nic cheese.
in Thein yoni cant fitnish oaff n a jar
- two extra Preiserves'5 or 'elieS.
eC L. 11. 3TARISI A LL'S is the pla
r- P. S.-Fine Large- Shiad to-d:
11 Valuable Town Proj
Ic erty For Sale.
t-TIlE Trt-ees of the Ne-:.-herry Aca
*imies will olfer for sale, at piublic aueti
e-ont Sale-dayv nexzt, be'fore the t otrt 11.3;
e- that vahmblteh ande de..ir ile lot d' L\
ce kntown as the
Male Academy Lot,
Conininti . .;;iT .CRi'id, mnore or Ii
a plat of' n htiehi wili be exh ibited on theC
se of site.
am rTe termtt of s tie will heC onue third es
n amid :he bcalanmce ini two equam! annuail oi
ottmetts, payable on the I st .Janryr, I8
atnd I ;:, secured by honds andlmortg;i
'.y Notice, Notice.
xtTe services of a Phlysicintm heing
Iquired. to attetnd to tie in:ates of the,
eaind poor hioiis, li perso:ta :.berefore intl
es'.edl a-e inormted that thte samne will
let out to the iowest bidder for the pres
Tyear. Applicants will handi in their pro
9.ais to tthe Clerk of the floacrd, E. fl. Ein
P' mtore, so as it may he acted upon on Ti
- d.sy the neCxt mee-'tingZ.
Bg y ordf'r of ie (Yo.i rd,
1 SI E' N YOU NI, ... ti. ic. y.c
Jan 15 i-tf.
650 Tons Fertilizers, I
ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE
10 Tors Genuine Peruvian Guano, direct
front the l'eruvian Government Agent.
111) Tons Soluble P.rcitie.
5n T ous Baughs' Rw Bone.
:;5 Tctirs arolina Fertilizer.
511 Toni Cc;mpound Acid Phosphate for
Coruposting with Cotton Seel.
All of which I sell at the nanufacturer'<
prices, with etpenses added. For approved
paper or (;itti Acceptance) time sales will
be inade on reasonable terts.
Cae+rwile & MeCautghrin sold 510 TON'S of
n the a .ore last spring, and I can safely refer
'r those w ho have not used atny of the above
to my friends and customers who have. I
. beg to call attention to a few certiticates
le from practical farmers as to their expe
- rience. If I thought it neceasary I could
d publish any number of certihate from the
largest and most -ueees-ful planters in the S
County, who have purchased largely of th 1 1J
old firm for the past four years.
1OlItT L. leCAUGURIN.
1 Nmi:tt7r. S C., Jsn. 17, 1S71. t'
JK. R: h. . Ae;t'ant;. 0
I). : t: I i-ed ote ton of the Ctroli:t:: "
Fertiiizer la.t ve.er, anid can a rtify that it r
I. tore tbai ,loubl,lel the crops wl"rever np- ci
i0 pliel. I ur,- er it to the I'neiiie , anld
n) shail u. muore of the C.:olina this year
! titan any ultr Fertiliz-r.
e .VM. Y. yAIR.. 0
NEWE.RR.Y. S. C., Jan. 16, 1871. S
MI. R. L McCAUGHRIN.
D,a SIa: I purchased from Carwile &
McCaughrin, last Spring, two Tons Carolina
0 Fertilizer, which I u:ed upon light sandy O
land at about one hundred and twenty-five i
a lh. (125 lb<.) to the acre, and I am convinced to
o that it doubled the crop even with the dry m
d season t+ra* I experienced at my place. and I y
rC. l safel; say that the free use of good Far- g,
tili2er, will pay as an iuvcstment with cot
c toll at 10 t:r 12c.
c JOHN R. LAKE.
NEWBZRRT. S. C., Jan. 18, 1871. f
MR. R. L. McCAUGIIRIN.
n DaA n Sia: My opinion of the use of Fer
tilizers, and the result of 42 Tons I purchased
it of Ca.rwile & McCaughrin last spring. is that
t the free use of good Fertilizers year after year
)f will add greatly to the value of the land and
e will par a handsome dividend as an invest.
d ment. I cannot go into details, but as an
e instance: I have land at my home place that
4 years ago it took 20 acres to make 3 bales
of co:ton, now, after the free use of Fertili
n zers for three years, will produce a .alu of,
a cotton of 400 lbs. to c:ch acre, and some of
>- it more, and last year 5 acres of it yielded
it 160 bushels Wbeat. The last two seasons I
Y have purchased from your firm, some 70
" Tons Fertilizers, and can recommend the
rCarolina Fertilizer, l'acific Guano and ltitghs E
d Raw lIone, all of which I believe to be excel- cl
lent m.itnures and fully up to what they are dr
represented to be. g
J. S. HAIR.
NEWBERY.Y. S C., Jan. 16, 1871.
MR. R L. McC(AUGIlltI[N.
Drt-r Sta: In answer to your enquiry as
to the merits of t he Carolina Fertilizer and
other (luanos, purchased from Carwile &
t McCaughrin last Spring, amounting in all to
about ten Tons, I take pleasure .n making
- the follow ng statements:
:k On 6 :rcies upland. light, sandy soil, I
n<ed 2)50 lbs. Carolina Fertilizer per acre, and
gather-d from each, 2,300 lbs. seed cotton or
13 80 lbs in all.
ott 25 acres upland, of the same kind of
9 soil, I used Gtuno's int about the same pro.
puortion, and ma:de from thisi field about 11
b ues lint cottont per acre, or 37 bales in all,
- each weighing over 400 lbs.
~. For the preparing anrd cultivation of these
tanis I followved the same-plan ats recom,~
Smendied in my repor.t.nu Cotton to the A:rrI
cultural Soccety, in Columnbia, on 9th Nov., ti
I also believe, from my paLt experience in o
athe use of Fertilizers, that they are profitable b
a with Cotton a 10 to 121c. per lb., and will d
pay *Lt ite.e p)rices at least 100 per cent. ont
a amont inested.
j . Vcy I1espect fully,
JOh1N l'. KINAEl). t
e. Jan. 25, 4-3m.
Will be offereCd from this
- cldate af,(
atR. L McCAUGHRIN.
Corn, Oats, Barley, Po
r100" Butshels primei WIIITI E CORN
500 lhtshels prime RED) SEEDT
2100 Butshels SE ED) BA UTLEY.
101) Sacks IVERPOO( L SA LT.
511 Sacks Choliice F A .\ I LXY FI.L( 'R
10) Ilhdls (. R. BACON)~ SIDES.
er 5 Iilhds BACON SlHOULDER~S.
2 Tlierees Choice Sutiar Cnred
I (00 lbs. pimte LEAF LARD in
210 Bbis. P'L ANTING~ P 0 T1 A
or TB. ES. P'ink Eye, Goo:.drich.
i.iFr sale by
R. L~. 3r(CAUGURIN.
A.xes, Trace Chains, &c.
21) doz. (ollbi' & A. C. Lee's ine0
iumtt and he~avy A X E.
50 pr. Strauight antd Twisted ink
l- 'Tract C haints.
), TI'gt her with a guoid supply of
~.' Swedelu !r::t. 2 to 1l0 iniches, Plow
Steel. Tire I ro, Iron bounid Ilamtes.
Shovels. Spades. 3Ianture Forks. th,r
dtn Rlukes antd lltes. 0 rinidstontes.
Blatcks:ntith Bellows. An:vils:. Vices.
li nmtt ers. &c.
For s:dle by
- R.. L. MIcCAUG!IIRIN.
N. 0. Molasses.
- 15 Bbls. Choiice N. 0. 3Iolasses. re
eeived direct fro,m New Orleans.
re- 50) BLs. Wet India 3Iolasses.
er For saile VEItY LOW byv
be -- * .Mt AU lRN
's Pratt's Astral Oil.
A. Fresh supplly received.
Fir sade at RlEDUCED) PRI('ES by
. r'\ lil
.E) AT TilE
'ON, S. C.
ER manufactured from the Native Bone PbUP
n their natural stare are Insoluble,andirequre
Sulphuric Acid. This Company have n0!r is
4 at the South. and are, therefore, able is
ade of Fertilizer; it being clear that tbegreas
tny Fertilizer contain', the less the, quant
izer complete, Ammonia and Potash in sosi
the Company manufacture and offer for sale
?. oF DISSOLVED BONE PIIOSPUATE
)NIA. with a suffieient addition of PERU
I crops. Price $63 per ton,- cashp -eb timer
rr I;anters, being i itself an e:rcllent lJ
large quantities of .sulphuric Act4 are ate
cheap and convenient way to tragsport tW
to 20 per cent. Dissolved Bono -Phosphase.
tcrest n t.7 per cent per annum. tiff higbef
al price per centage.
seed and other plantatic,n iandios. Yrie(
t 7 per cent. per annum.
ative none Phosphates ground to powier.
rrsr at 7 per cent. per annum.
1 & e0.,
14 .Adger's Wh7Tarf,
HARLESTON, S. C.
Phosphate of Lime, and Ammonia in all he
Chemist, berore delivery. Should any par
mples of any pu.chase, within thirty (30)
tnew, and any deficiency in the percenge
TIE UNDERSIGNED has opened she
store on Main .treet, lately occupied by Dr.
Fanr, between Foot's and Singleton's, aa&
under the hotel.
Ile has a fine, selected stock of
and every article incident to:
PAPE.R H AI4GJNS,
&c. &c., &c.
('ompetition i the soul of trade end se-.
cures fair prices to the coninmer,
II- clarms that being a PEACTICAL.
P.\INTER. he~ has been enabled to selces
this branch of bis stock with adrantabe se
himself and his~ cu4tomers.
lIe annonners him<evlf as ready to make
contractsr undi furnish materiali for all klinds
of work in Ihis linres at? reaonaibe rates..
Pa:ints ieeady nmixrd ft.r use, on sale.
Groceries of Every
&c., &c.. &o.
Candies of all Kinds.
P'rize Boxes-i:ne.Shmoo-fly, &c.
Statiery-P1ain and Faney.
Tobacco. Pipes and Se;rars.
Crockery.. Glass..wat nod. Ianpe.
PROSPECTUS FOR 1871.
5ize of Page Changed, and Attractions vasstf
An Illusttuted 3Monthly .lonrnal' of )6 page.,
claimed to be the handsomest Paper
in the World.
"Glve my love to the artit workmen of The
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No. 23 Liaew y STazar, NEW YOiI.
AUG. M Il hasr opened a SHOP near
tire rlr.p. t, on: thJ,- rra-l to lIelenar, :rid will'
.ir .n i . ir.t in m...r th ...rk ,. which iS
ELP[EllC iIO 1Nll SELL
The now well-known ErlW.AN GUANO i
ates of South (arolina. The.e l'hnsphates i
ie ground to powder, and made S. luble by
eration the largest Sulphuric Acid Chamber
anufatcture at :he lowest rates, the highest g
the proportion of Soluble l'ho-phare whichI
quired per acre. In order to make the Fertil
eut quantities are added. With these viewr
arranted to contain from 15 to 20 PER CEN
F LIME. and from 2 to 21 per cent. of A M3'
IAN GUANo and I'OTASH, to adapt it to a
r0 per ton, and intereit 7 per cent. per annun
f high grade, suitable for Manufacturers or f,
izer, and specially adapted for cimpo+t. As
dissolve the Phosphate, this will be found a
aterial. The grad. furni%hed will be from 18
-ice $40 per tort cash. On time, S45, with in
ades will be furnished to order at an addition
,ecially prepared for componting with cotton
5 per ton, cash; on time S"40, with interest a
tmuch1 lower ratez. con-iiting simply of the
ice $20 per ton cash. On tine, ,22 and itnte
WM. C. BI
N. B.-The percentage of Dnsso1vcd Bone
iwans, is ascertained at the Works, by their
taser be dis-atisfied, he may return average f
tys after delivery, and they wi!l be analyzed
aranteed will be made goo:d to him by the C
Jan. 25. 4-2m.
Tat: Iloc.: wvr. Live 1s. The ndnd is the
nant oft the bodly, antd uniless the tene'
ent is kept i-i good repair, the inmmortal
cuitpant i< de-pressed, dlitraught, tmi.-ra
e, and sees thing "At tihronghi a gna.'r,
rklyt," not as they really are. When the
otmachi is relaxedi, the liver torpid, the
'wel< disordered, and the rae! ve< unist nttng,
igorate, sitalize, regulate an d tone theu.
s operation is crtairn, pair'less and alu
rv. It .brings the~ action of these inmpor
't or tis into coilformity w ithI th.e lats
h;ealh I; tihe 'iri ts rise, the brain el*'ars,
d the e 'acity to enjoy li:e is resto)red to
.pondin' in Valids5
SOLD ltY ALL DRUGGSTS.
Jn. -.5., -2t.
t Reduced Prices,
And at Great JBargains,
If called for soon, as we are deterimined
Fine( Top lmnries for $250.
Double Sest Openci Bugeies, (a very pretty
id de.,irablle article for famiily use, cana be
hanged in a mninnte to a Single Seni,.) at
ie low pr-ice of $17..
Opetn Sitigle Seat lBuggies at from $i5u)
The same q'rality andl styles of work
anot be boughlt in any market South for
e same ruoney.
We. keecp a lot of ready made wheels on
tndi of well 5P;acenedt anil good miaterialI
f ite follon i:ig r1';lities, Doubtle XX, Sin
l X, No. 1, and No. 2, at Low Prices.
Our factory is near the depot, Newberry,
J. T AY LOR,& Co.
Jan. 25, 4-2mn.
Ntice to Tax Payers.
Notice it hereby given to tire Citizons of
~eaberry County, that the (ollctiiorns of
saes will conmmenee on the 1st D)AY OF
'ElE1A RY ernuirng at the~ Treasuirer's
fhice, next door to M,.je Baxter's Law
)Iiiee, on Law R-inge, and will be con
in ued lip to the 2i th A pril, 1871.
All persons filing to pay their Taixe<
Aitin the tirme specified above, v.ill be
rubjcted to a per.alty of TAenty per
Dtfaulters ni-t res,. asiurid that. the Law
i b rigidlyv en forced. I truirt thtant there
vi~llit bebt, fe.w defiauilers; hat the citnzens~
sill comec forward ats in 1$t-A pay tip,
hereby relievi r g thec Treasurer atnd them-i
al ves Irorm troubtlte ai expenrse.
To tie (Coloredl Citizens4 of Ntewberry, I
old -ay :Many 0: von failed last year
no p.yv your Poll Tax, also tmanyt of thne
hites. Rememeriht this ia an Edlneationtal
Tax nad shoul by all mteans~ be paid. The
olored citizen is part iciular!y in::'rested in
du-at iont -.ttd School Ii)onees, arid I wonldl
urge urpon hiim, in conrsideration of this,
ot to til, thi:s year, ini his Poll Tiax.
Jn. 25i, 4-2t.
Hats and Furs.
ANOTHER.I invoice of the sarperfine silkt
IATS, with tihe long fur on the under side
of tile rimi, $5.
Lrge FER~ GAP1E., ithi lo)ng endb ; d
o, FUlf CIRCTlLAli's, suitable for elderly
ladies, or ladieu irt deLt.:ate hte:hh.
STEELE, the' Hattter.