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B~w1EER &. C. I
1dnesday, June 21, 8 .
We acknowledge receipt of invitation
to attend the annual celebration of ye
Ugly Club, of the South Carolina Uni
versltp.o the 27th inst., T. 11asell
Gibbes orator of the occasior.
The Year of Battles.
This accurate~and reliable wotk-a com
plete history of the war beta een France and
Germany, by L. P. Brockett,. M. D., ele
gantly illustrated and printed on sixty
pound.tte4 -paper, is said to have a. la-ge
demand. Address H. S. Goodspced & Co.,
X7 Paik Roe, New York, or 148 Lake St.,
i.hicago. Price: Octavo, cloth, gilt title,
$2.00; octavo, leather, gilt title, $2.50.
Wahington and Lee University.
We have received, with the compli
ments of tz;e young gentlen. .n from this
pllace -Mssrs. Frederick Werber, Jr.,
and John S Fair-who are pursuing
their studies at the above University,
catalogues of session of 1870-71. Whilst
the main features 6r simple college or
gawzacion, life, discipline, zest and cmu
lation are preserved intact, they are
more fully developed, amplified and en
larged inorder to effect that complete
nessotomensurate with the greater de
nands of a University. Thus in the re
retained- distinction 'etween Collegiate
and University education, the student
may elect his school of studies, but must
apply himself to positive proficiency in
his course, -s a thorough attainment
alone secures the coveted honors of pro
motion, and certificates of critical suc
cess. The Piesident of the University
is.General G. W. Custis Lee, who has
an erudite faculty of twenty-five officers.
The curriculum of the University is
comprebensive, its educational and moral
auxiliaries complete, and its social, phy
sical and recreationary facilities abon
Newberry College, Walhalla.
We have just received the catalogue
of this now flourishing institution. The
commenceiDent-exercises which promise
to be unusually interesting, begin on
2f6nday night, and the preparations
making, and inducements offiered, both
b"tU4; ospitable citizens of Walballa,
and widP4isbers of the College, and the
different railroads, will no doubt draw a
large crowd of people to the delightful
iection of country in which the College
is situated. The number of stu'ients
now in course of study is about eighty,
seith a steady increase. The esais
tion of students takes place on the 22d
and,2.Sd, contest of Literary Societies,
dti e -.m, anniversary Literary So
.c.is~3ti 2th,-10 a. m. , meeting of Board,
27th, at 3 p. mn., anniversary Alumni
Assocition, June 27, 8 p. m., laying- of
cornJistoi of College, June 2Sth, 10
a. mn., and Junior Exhibition, June 29th,
10 a. m. The address before tbe Litera
ry Societies will be delivered by the Rev.
J. Haiwkins, and that before the Alumni
by Mr. J. S. HousealL.. The cornea
* ar,oo.ill. be laid by the masonic frater
mity, and the address on that occasion
delivered by.Rer. WV. S. Bowman. Ont
the 28th the ladies of WValhalia give a
dinner, the proceeds of which are to be
devoted to the comtpletion of the college.
This fcature will not be the least of the
attraactior.s of this auspikious anniversary
occasion, and the ladies of WValhalla we
are satisfied will make their feast an ae
eptabie one. None know btter than
they that one of the serest approache-s
to the heurt of man lies throntgh the
stomnach. We would like that the ci'ii
zens 6f Newbetry,. anti our readers gerre
: "iily,bear in mind that the opportunity
a fforded-by the railroads is a very fat-oi
sble ort,"one fare only being charged go
ing stid rLturning, and that the tickets:
- are good to the 3J of July. The trip
will prove a delightfel one, and having
no'doubt but that an unusual number
will be attracted to the mountain coon
try, we suggest here to the Keowec Co
rier to advise the citizens to prepare for
their accomnmodation, by making such
arregemnents as will insur e them quarI
ters and entertninmnent, without subject
ing them to the inconvenie.nce of looking
about facom place to place. It is not
thoght that the one hotel will afford all
the accommodation needed.
-. In this connection we are pleased to
say that a recent tide on the G. & C. R.
*R., threw us into company with the un
tiring President of this College, the Rev.
-J. P. Smnelazer, and from hinm we learned
many things in relation to its progres.
*and future success. We learn from himt
that the people of W: "alla have co-ope
rated with him in a hearty and generous
manner, and. that with their liberal aid
and,- the large amount subscribed by the
'-hoiches, have placed the College above
iny en ntingencies of failure, and that to
day it is erjo ing a freedom fromo em
-' barrassmnat, w bich a few years ago, it
hadly dared bope for. Tbe patient and
*unremitting efforLts of Mr. Smeltzer have
rsled in gratifying (tuition.
Ptrsoris from this point intending to
er4oy the commencen.ient exerciscs will
be in time if they leave Newberry on
. Monday next, 26th inst. The ears ar
-i ice at Walhalla at 7 o'clock in the e,- e
auaag.. The commeancement begimning at
D~EMonBST' bIOXTHI.Y AND MIERRo -
1hanwo'a for July is a ebarming solace for the
heated term. Its contents are varied and
interesting to sach a degree, that we advise
all whoreqire usetul .and interestingt lfteras
sutre to pnrchase a eopy', or subscribe for a
vear, at 300. Published at 838 B3roadway,'
New York. Single copies, 25 cents.
* Twz WEsRNn EDscTCA'1! , RE'WEW
for Jane is before us, is table of eoatests is
dhoice. ''Musical instraction as an eduaca
- tional auxiliary" is a splendid article. It is!
- said-that "the Reviewv is the representatite of
the highzest type of educational journalism
in the West and South " Published by E F.
- Hobart & Co., 704 Chestant St., St. Louais,
Dl.MoREas Toux AMERICA for July is
as-full of entertainment for the juvenfles as
'ver, wkth the price reduced to S1 0per
year. 2Every boy andi girl shbould haves one.
I ablished-at 838 Broadway, New York.
Statae to Pro. Mors?.
On Saturday tle- 10th, in New York,
i statue to Pi of. Mor;e, the inventor of
;he telegraph, was unveiled by Gov.
,laflin, of Massachusetts, and the inau
;"ral nddress delivered by Mr. Collen
B'ryant. The most beautiful and sug
;estive feature of the occasion was the
touching valedictory sentiment sent by
thc Prof., who personally manipulated
Iis name upon the instrument which
was used by him twrenty-seven years ago
to convey his "salutatorr," so to speak,
which i as-"What hath God wrought?"
The chastc and appropriate sentiment
Rashed forth simultaneoutsly to all the
principal cities of this continent. Thcnce
around the world, eliciting respor.ses
from the antipodes,-for not only did the
polished capitals of Europe dispatch
their reciprocal tributes, but froi the
far off deeps andjungles of Africa, "the
coral strands of Asia," the steppes of the
Norserian's home, from the Islands unto
the ends of the earth, caine the votive
offerings to the humble minded man who
was permitted to chai~n the flaming wings
of the subtle electric spark, and give the
world a key by which it might typothe
cate the prolemr of Time's annihilation.
The following i. P:of. Morse's valedicto
"Grecting and thaijk, to the telegraph
fraternitv throuchout the world. Glory
to God in the hig hest ; on earth, peace,
good will to tmen.
The following response was rnade from
"To Prof. S. F. B. Morse, New York :
"May the God of stormn bless you
and ma'ke your path on this earth all
sunshine ; after this earth, peace.
"ALBERT J. .1YER,
"Brigadier-General and Chief signal Of
ficeur uf the Arny."
SAN FFANCISCO, June 14 -Thfe harley thik
season will be an average crop; the wheat
will be about two-thirds crop; the vintage
will be the largest ever seen in Caliornia, and
the other c:ops are good throughout the
S:ate. The Cotton Growers' Association re
port a complete succe,s In the San Joaqnin
'alley. Tie crop is the finest ever seen oi
the continent-the drought having no effect
A manifesto from the Directory Societr of
the International protests against the Ver,
saillist cruelties, and urges the members to
avenge their slaughtered brethren ,
LoNoN, June 13.-The Times says the
discussion, yesterday, in the House of Lorde,
once more shows that the advantage of the
treaty of Washington greatly over balances
its deficiencies. We admit that to yield
everything to concilipte an opponent is un
wise; but the American commissioners also
receded from their original demands. The
machinery of arbitration is satisfatctory.
VERSAILLES. Jtne 14.-The administra
tion respects the rule forbidding work on
All journals approve the coming viit of
the Assembly to Paris, and regard it as the
first approach to genuine reconciliation with
Parisians. The Guche publishes a manifesto
to the Paris eletors, ::gainst a monarchy
and in favor of the republic.
BERLIN, Jane 17 -The triumphant entr-y
was unpreced-ntedly grand, to thre closing
scene istnarek then appr,ach ed the Em
perot, an~d asked leave to unveil the starte.
The Empero7 bo.'ed and Bismarek moved
his hand, when the z'anvnss fell from the
statue, .while drums rattled, trumpets b!ared,
the standards of the guairds nare lowered
toward the statue, the troops prese*ed arms
and ebeered ldly, a salute was fireri of 101
guns, the chrcrh bells broke into lu'tau
taneous ringing, while ont of tuxrmnol thbe
national air resolves itself. The Emperor,
helmet in hand, then approached his f'a
ther's statue, and walked slowvly around it.
Bands struck up "Nundakel Alli Gott," and
ge troops joined in stnging thre hymn .
INCryNATI, JTune 13.--200 l'ogshend-; of
tobarcco verc burned in a Covington drying
PHII,ADELPIA, June 10-Dr. O!iver W.
Reed was convicted of abortion. without,fa
tal results to Q.e mother, and was aentenccd
to the penitcntiar-y for six yearrs.
LosnoN, June 13.-The Communists of
Clerkenwell, Loudon, have re.-olved to hold
a meeting Monday nighrt, in Hyde Park, to
proest :tgaiast extradition.
SaN Fn.axcrsco, June 13.-The ship Don
Juan was burrned at sea. f>00 coolies, fastened
under the hatch, were roasted. Thre ship
was fitted out here for the coohe tra;de, andh
was sold to a l'ern company.
KIyosros, June 12.-.\ negro o-n Gibraltat
plantation, aided by a woman, seized at little
ooy, cut his body and drank his blood; then
cut off his upper lip, which was roasted and
ate. They did these barbarous acts inrditT'erent
to the little child's cries. which were finially
heard b)y a man in the neighoorhood, who
rescued the boy. The little fellow retained
ris senses, and lived long enoughr, notwith
standing his entrails protruded, to give tihe
particulars of how he was treated. Intense
excitement prevailed in costquence of the
F:o?ence, Juwe 10.-It is (ofileially an
iounced that the caipital of Indy l will be
ransferred to Ronme orn Jurly 1. The Chramr
ber of Deputies adopted a treaty of com
merce with the I'nited States.
Philadelphri.r, June 14.-Thre Chri,tian:
,Moral Science Co:igress arsemrbled to-day.
Mayor Fox presided.
$,50,(,t0 itt gold reachled thre Treasury
safely from San Francisco. The weight
was six tons.
Cumbewrland, Md., JuneC 17.-Mrs. Vrlhinr
dirgham was hrere-, atteniding.thie funeral of
her brother--lon. V. L. McMahron. She
is completely distracted, a: d n ill be tukent
to Dayr~ton to-nighlt..
Tfuu B.r RrDGE IiAn:.ioA. .--Gov.
Scott has returned to the capital, andl
brings the gratifying ielligenrce that
arrangements hrave been perfected
New Yor-k f.>r pushring rapidly forward
the work on the Uluec Ridge Rail
rad. Zol. Thomas Steers-well knrownr
throughout the S-)0th as art expreri
erced and thorough railroad man-willI
see to it thrat his portionr of thre contract
is comnpleted at the earliest mnomenrt.
lo! for Cincinnati arid thre great West.
PArnis, June 16.-A prochamnatior. hras
been issued by- tihe Interniationral Society,
nieh declares. "We are disarmeicd,
but not conquered, and are still 100,0001
strne." Favre and Trochu were tIhe
author-s of our mrisfortune, aided by tire
capit al df the piriesthood ; we accept the
responsibilities of the conflagrations;
we mrust hrave rno inter ior dlepurties ; nro
divisions at pols; reaction took away
our armis, but not our vote5-Viva La
Social Republique! Viva La Comiurne:n
London, Jrune 1.7.-Insurrectionry pla
cards hrave been posted in Paris by another
branch of the International iSociety, which
disavo-ws connreerion with irtcendiarismr, but
prochims to be cugaged in a struggle.
agaiust cowardice and war arid agaist des
potism and monopoly.
Washigton, ,Jnne 17.--L. E. Johnsont
has been restored to the iiarshmalship of
The July GaAAn is to hand, with a
spledial table ofsontents. The preseutnum
ber is the beginning of thre tweife volume.
and a good time to subscribe. "Overlarnd"
a thrilling novelHette. full of hrair breadth es-I
capes, is concluded in this number, and givesI
place of course to something eqaailynasgood.
The G-alaxy i< one of the mrost readable
magtznes published. Addrss- Shelon &
General News Items.
Schneider has married a nobleman.
in Galveston, Texas,gambling is forbidden.
Raleigh, N. C., is to expend $10,000 in cis.
erts in case of tires.
B, ig'am Young has ordered speial pray,
rs against grasshoppers this Summer.
Tweity,fonr circues are annonnced for the
easouin the United States. More the pity.
The Emperor of Drazil is on a visit to thih
Report from the diamond fields of Good
lope are encouraging.
There is but one Chinese in South Carolina
le, she or it must bu very lonely.
A few more gaps clacel and a continuou!
elegraphic iel: will sarrunud the world.
Oil of peppermint is sa:d to relieve neural
ia and other pains.
Weston walkeJ 1I1 aniks Ly twent
bree bours and forty-five mini es.
Emperor William congratui.tip-, the PopE
1pu'll t6e crn1r(-t:ct o? the Ihilve
Ab;out :-i ow, acres of" Lnd are advertises
I Oconee, and about 22,oon in George
own, for non-paymuent of taxes.
There is a schism in thal. Mormoriom i;
>pposed. Rut the faith spreads rapidly it
he Sandwich Islands.
Terrific cyclcnes, tornado-, and floods o:
rain, are reported in various sections-de
;tructive of life and propetty.
"Brick" Pomeroy is about to marry i
Cleveland lady, who, like himself, ias had
When President Grant reached Lon
Branch he was met by Murpby alone, an<
let alone by every one also-.
Cumulative voting, said to be in accor
dance with the letter of true democracy; i
going into operation in Illinois.
Nine colored hinatics were seft fron
Charleston last Wednesday, to the Stat
Six or seven miles of New Orleans hay
been dreadfully inundated six or seven feet
and nearly 3,000 houses standing in water.
The Tehauntepec Canal is not eonsidere,
feasible. What of the Nicaragua and Flori
Anderson gives $50.000 to the Atlanta an
Richmond Air Line R. R. provided the Roai
pass that locale and locate a depot.
Mr. Jacob Cohen, a venerable and high
respected Iraelite of Charleston, died ou th
The Brazillian Government pre:ented ti
the Chambers a bill for the emanCipation 0
all slaves belonging to the Crown.
All available negro recruits in the Easter
Division have been ordered to the 23;h In
faurry in Texas. They go via Newport, Ky
Jarvest pro.pects in France and Prussi
are discouraging. Much seed perished I
the more Eastern portions of Europe, hom
ever, crops promise an abundant yield.
The magnetic brake, which safely steps
passenger train running at the rate of fort
miles an hour, in thirteen seconds, will soo
be extensively used.
CIfflin & Woodhall, the female broker
have sued H3eury Ward Beecher and th
Christian Uuion for libel; damages $250
An unprecedented thunder storm passe
through 0re:on. Telegraphers were ,hocke
Mrs. Burdell-Cunningham is in anothc
hu.,band-kiliing scrape-this time in Chicago
She will have a more difficult job now, a
her paramour Eckel, is dead.
"It i, ordained ," says Burke, "in the etei
nal order of things, that men of intemperat
minds cannot be free. Their passions forg
Sherman says that if either party shoul
nominate him for the l'residency he would
once decline, and if unanimously elected
he would not serve.
Von Moltke is engaged in re-organizing th
German army on the regular peace footin
of 700,000 men. This is nearly twice it
City of Mexico, JIune l.-Tampico wa
stormed, and all the inaeurgenats were killed
wounided or ciptured. Yellon. fever is rag
Thom.e R . Ird, of Wausington D). C., wa
arrested at Richmaond, Va., on Mlowlay
while on hIs bria. tour, charged with biga
my. Tue presen t laay-e name was Go'.Iwir
said to be well conneettd in ')eh-,nond.
A parton, reading the funeral segleCe a
the grave, forgot the m' o,f the dteceaseu
and asked one ot the mourners, un Emeral
der, "Is this a brother or a sister?" "N:
ther," replied Pat:; "only a cousin."
A letter from IEther Uryacinthe, in th
Gauloiis, acknowledges the symoathy of ii
ly for France, and :,dvisesi a unlou of tlt
Latin races, as the balance of i uropei
menaced by the preponderance of German
David Royster, Sr., one of the oldest citi
t.euls of Raleigh, who died a short tima since
left, nt his death, sixty-nine grand-childrel
an thirty-five great grand-children. 'The:
all live hn R sleigh or the immediate vi
A negro, named Gus Byers, who conm
mitted a rape in Charlotte, N. C , a fei
aeeks ago, on a negro batty. aged fifteel:
months, was arrested on the Nor.h (.irolin:
Railroad on Motnday night. [t was witi
ifficulry that he was prevented being lynch
ed by the colored men present.
D)uring a thunder storm, a ball of elec
tricity struclt the ground near the entrance o
the Hloosae Tunuel. Massachusetts, and fol
lowing the iron rail into the tunnel. explode<
sevral charges of nitro-glycrine, blowing
our workmen into hundreds of pieces an<
Fearfully injunring t wo others..
on the 16th of Juane, Pope Piug nccupic<
tItchebair of St. l'cter 25 years. 259 Pope
hae retgsed, and the present P"ntiff is th'
aly one, since the days of St. Peter, whi
rigned 2.5 years. 'rhe N. Y. hlerald asks th'
rurious fact, is the Papal Cycle complete
[s I'ope Pius the last Sovereign P'ontiff~
From liberal he became ultramontane. 11I
has established the dogma of infallibilit:
and seen his temnporalities removed!
CaroIb has a native artist of great meri
in Albert Guerry, of Greenville, S. C. 11
has alreasdy executed elegant and truthft
portraits of the lamented liichard Yeadon
leq, and Rev. .las. C. Furman, but "like al
artists of 'true genius, lie is a gentleman c
great modesty and diffidence, arti reticentl:
wait< for his beautiful and life-like patinring
to aske h im-kmown to the wvorld and estal:
lish his fame."
L:::No.v', Ohio, June li.--Hon. C. I
Vallandinghamn, while illustrating to hi1
f.llow counnse'l in a mutrder ease how a dca
tan might have shot hims~elf, aceidentahl
disharged the pistei, wounding himselfi
the bowels. ALt two o'clock this mnornins
he was still conseion;s, but in great pain. In
tertal liemorrhage is probable. Physi
cians pronounce hris condition very seriom:
There seems hardly a possibility of his rc
Lat~er-Ylfandighamtn is dead.
The bigamy trial o f ex-Congressmnan C C
Bowen, of South Carolina, w:n conclude
recntly by a verdict of "guilty." Mrs. King
howen wias much overcome by the resu.
and had to be led to the Marshall's roost
Judge Olin announced that as the cas
would go up to the General term, o
exceptiotns, he would, while the case was hi
ing reviewed admit Blowen to ball at the.sur
of 2,000. Bowen soonx afterwards secure
Ir. llorace S. Johnson as his bail, and wa
released. BJowen has been sentenced to tw
years in the penitentiary and $250 fine, liei
now in jail. It is undlersitood his applicatio
fora new trial willinow be abandonaed. He wi
rely upon Presidential clemency.
i3ERL1i, June 16-At the triumpi}hal er
of the army, and inauguration of an erfue:
trian statue%f King Frederick William, te
day, the display was grand. The city wa
thronged -with people. The procession, on
of the most magnificent of modern times
was headed by eagles -and standarda cal
tured frotm the French. A fter the address c
welcome und e-ongratulations, theEtnperoi
at the head of a brilliant cortege, rode dow
the isva Triumphales. The road was strew
with flowers, as be advanced, by hundreds c
young girls dressed in white. The proce
sion was mainly composed of detachment
representing every regiment which was et
gaged in the war. Enthusiasm of the spec
tators was unbouded. Upon the nvedlin
of.the statue of his father, William delivere
a speech, and, in closing, hie said: "Thi
monument, which was projected in a time c
tne profoundest peace, now becoeuias a mon
nment of one of the mos: b,rilliant thougl
b!dest of mode~rn wars. May 'he peace si
,i.ary -ewhh.cd. be a lastingr rme.''
Divine Set vice may be expected at Aveleigh 1
(Presbyterian) Church next Sunday morn,
ing and afternoon at the ustial hours.
CHURCH NoTicE.-In consequende of the
absence of the Rev. J. A. Mood, in attend
ance on the Commencement services of
Wofford College, there wil be no preacid:ag
ia the Methodist Church next Sabbath.
Tie MI.S3RS. KiNARb of Columbia have a
superb stock of dry goc ds, of every variety.
style nl fabric. Thcy have also a stock of
shoes which, for cheapness, excels anything
ever seen. There is no mistake babout the
cheapness of their shoez.
Tunxs .-The Managers of the Newb rry
College Commencement Supper, Walhalla,
among whom are the names of several of our
young Newberry fiends. will accept our ac
knowled.-ements for !i;d invitation to at
tend ont that occasion. No doubt it will be a
pieasait affair, and we wo-:Id be pleased to
atterd and participate.
PEnsoNAL.-3ai. C. H. Suber left New,
herry on Thursday last, on a summons to at
tend the Ku Klux investigating committee,
sitting in Washington. The Major regretted
that the season was not more Advanced,
that he might omyine this business call
wi:h a pleasdre in contemplation. Ile left
his Ku KIO stick behind hirn.
Attention is called to the advertisemen't of
iessrs. If. C. Shiver & Co., of Columbia.
- Thi- immense establishment has in one of
its wings, and occupying a space of about
')5 x 4 feet, a shoe departifent. And this,
like all the others, is elegantly fitted up, and
displays a complete and superior stock of
shoes, of all the best makers in the country.
Ihis feature alone wi1l repay a visit.
GooV RCLES.-Tacob Abbot's rule for the
government of children will apply to teachers
as welf as pnrents:
Wben you consent, conseht cordially.
When you refuse, refase finally.
When you punish, punish good naturedly.
Commend often. Never scold.
Print the abov'e in letter' of gold and hang
up in sight.
- MESSrs. LamIex & LOWRANCF, of 'o
lumbin, grocery and hardware merchants,
keep a choice and large stock of good4 in
Stheftr linct.- ;verYthi'g that r-iy be called
for, and many things ap-er.4on would bardly
expect to find, are to be found on their well
filled shelves and counters. Their prices too,
are low. Farmers and others going, or send
*ng to Columbia, will do well either to visit,
or send to Messrs. Lorick & Lowran'c.
Fc. AHEAD.-The Star Troupe announce
their second entertainment to come off
on Friday evening, and- their programme
gives promise of good things and funny. A
good lIugh is better than medicine, and we
think the troupe enti?lcd to the gratitude of
the whole community, in that, at a season
when the system is full of blues, predisposed
by summer heat and deranged livers, they
s come to the re,cue with mirth and music, to
cheer and enliven us. Our citizens will show
their gratitude by turning out en masse.
( Give them a rousing house.
WHo DIDl IT?-The puckering string of
I our scrap book havir:g been drawn out by
some malicious person, and all the scraps.
gathered for thisweek's issue thereby lost,
we are forced to issue this number without:
the usutal dish of variety. It is not known
s whtich of our devils did thi; evil dee.1, but
th.at it wa's done by one or the other is quite
s certain. B> th of them are getting thiek~
with the girls, an:1 no doubt they have been
soft soddered'into the committal of the t:ed.
Not wIthout reason did the elder 'Weller ex
claim "bevare of the vim man." A new
string shall be put in as early as possible,
Iand scrap< served up as usuud.
t Nic' Goos-In to-da.ys p.iper will he
fud:notice, which we refer to with mucli
plj-ettn:-e. : i-elates to the extensive and
w 'ell assorted stock cf Mr. Geo. Symmers,
of the cityr of Columbi.i.'- Mr. S-, in hi
knowledge of the general tam.c of the huimns
family and the rest of mankin,1, has htappily.
Ssucceeded in mnaking a-family grocery. sore,
which is the pride and delight of the city ou
Columbia, and tbe fame of which Is spread
-ing through the up-country. What hie c:n'
not procure i.i the new, lie seeks for in the
-old conn-ics of the world, and his energy,
-abilIty, and great taste, in the scetion of
suchx goods as he knows will please, has made
him one of the first of grocery merchants. -
Ikad his card.
SA Pr.EASANT OcecrATION ron L.DIES.
--The liberal percentage offered by Messrs.
Dutler, Chadwick & Gary, to those engaged
in the sale of tickets in the great Land antI
Immigration Sch -me should be a rare in
ducement to the ladies to undt:rtake the work
of disposing of them; especially those gene
rous, unselfisli,and noble women who repre
sent charitable institutions and desire to
raise funds for their support. No gentleman
could refuse an appeal from such a quarter
>and for such a purpose. It m iy be safely as
sumed that not one man in ten throughout the
State, to say nothing of' the sofAt sex, will
fail to take his risk in scuring a fortumne
from the 2404 prizes to be drawn in Oc:ober
next. Hence, the ladies should be eminent
ly successful in the sale, of tickets, and in
earning the legitimate profits which attach
f 23,000. -The leafile advertised by the Co
lumbia Co,operative Building Association in
our columns th is week, is worthy of notice,
and we ts.ke pleasure in calling attention to
it. The names of the gentlemen acting as
Trustees, arc a sufficietnt guarantee of the
fairness of the scheme presented, and into
whose han,ds the prizes are placed. ThIs
scheme has the merit of being moderate in
amount, anid will consequently be carried
-out 'n a s.hort time, and is a popular one too,
judging by the fact that a large number of
tickets have already been disposed of. Dr.
Wheeler, the proprietor of the Temperance
Hall, (the first prize) in projecting this
scheme, is desirous simply to change his
I vestments, and therefore offers the rTic
-in its present pop)ular form. In a few (lays
twe will have tickets for sale at this ofiice,
e and advise all whio wish to invest to do so
3 immediately. There are only 2,000 tickets,
ljMAson's PATENtT ,JARS -This improved
and elegant fruit preserving jar supplies a
3 want long felt. It is so simple and coinplete
in its construction, that fruits and vegetables
may be secured beyond a possibility of
failure, if put up according to the plais di
rec.ions which accompany the jar.
And now that the Summer fruits and veg
etables are so abundant, the prudent and
provident housewife will gladly avail of the
opportanity afforded for providing rich
stores from nature's bountiful supply, for
Winter's use. Much of the fruitage of the
Searth is the better for keeping, and doubt
fless specially so designed and adapted for
Sthe comfort of humanity,--jadging from
- tbe lavish product which repays the diligent
-worker. Let us take a lessots from the ant,
and not from the grasshopper, whieh, in eat
s ing up all its substance, practica:lly exents
f Iplfies the lesson-"fet as -eat, drgk and be
menjrryv. for to-roorrow we die."
ThIre-"Maso's".ar isfora:e laMr. A.
MALB ACADEXT.-We congratulate our
-itizens, and the friends of education, upon. C
he prospedt of our soon having a first-cass b
fale Academy; with all the educational fa: a
ilities ad adtantages t1lat are needed 9t f(
his day, in a refined andprogressiieconitu %I
iity. 'fbe INilding olmIttee ot TIte Board f
)f Trmstees, whicl recently advertised foi
ropsals, bate edntracted with Mr. Wallade r
k Clinei a practical and industrious master
rnecbnid id our rhidst, NVho will at once pro
.ced to build a spacious and comfortable
kc.idemy, 36 by 48 feet, on a fine piece of b
,round, in the North-E.astern part of our a
In this connectioti, we t:te pleitsure in ji
tating hat the 'rincipal of tie School, Mr. a
F. C. i irdin. has given entire satisfaction.
Lie h:s a fine body of pnpil., limited only by
he capacities of the hone. This is highly L
ncottraging, for when Mr. Iardin enters his k
iev scl:ool, it will be with an increase of i
McFill & Pool ar: the a-ents for S. W. H. is
tVard, of New York, who makes a perfect
SAW THE I,DPIHANT-Our little scrub,
Eddie, has a very enquiring turn of mind. I
He likes to see the inside of things, and du
ring his visit to Columbia last week, his ca
riosity devoloped itself in a variety of ways.
Ile saw lots of things novel and strange, and I
put his fingers into sundry places where they
bad no business. In most cases he did not a
have to pay much for his investigations, but
he did nor get off altogether scott free.
Sometimes the penalty follcwed, and the
fates proved unpropitions to Master Eddie.
One of these mishps occurred in front of
the Messrs. Swflield's store, and was caused
by a watrcr pig, to which a hose pipe had
but a f-w moments before been attached, to
water the streets. Eddie's keen eye noticed c
the plug; it was leaking, the cap not being f
screwed on tightly. Eddie turned it-it
worked splendid; turned again, and again; S
it was held by the last thread, and the water s
was flowing i7reely. le had almost got to
see where the water came from, and how.
One more turn and away flew the cap, and t
over our poor hoygushed the water, soaking t
him to the very skin. Eddie cried; whether
at the disappointment in not after all seeing
where the water caime from, or on account of
the drenching, we could not find out. He
was sati?tied, however, to move on, he had
seen the elephaTt anyhow. The mishap
co-t him a wetting, and his daddy the price
of a new suit of clothes, fortunately fourd in
the store of Childs & W il.y.
A perfect fit in a shirt is a luxury which f
all gentlemen appreciate. Messrs. McFall
& Pool, take measures, and send to the New S
York factory. Try tber.
NEW TANMERT AND 0RIeT M -i0 -We
are from time to time gratified by the im
provements going on in our wide awake
town. This time we refer to Maj. L. J.
Jones' new and extensive tannery and grist
mill, erected on an eligible site in the North
ern section of the corporation. The engine
is of the improv.:d pattern, and is supplied
by a pump which draws the water supply
from a commanding spring. There are fifty
vats, leaches, &c., with improved bide mill,
The Tannery is supplied by conductors
from a spring, so that a inrge stream of wa-t
ter runs to any portion of the building as it
may be necded. The preparations for beat
ing liquors, to be let upon the bark for leach
ing, and run to any one, or all, of the vats, isI
done by a simple contrivance, wijhout labor.
The spent liquors are conveyed by conduct
ors under each vat to a junk, and from thence
pumped up by machinery into the leaches
onthe b.utk ag.ain.- A most decided ceon
The Gi,t M:l1. thc best Ihldtimore make,
with c.tp.:city of 12 to 15 bn-,hels per hour,
will keep the supply of meal, grist, &c., als
wys np to t!.c demand.
We Icetrn that improvements an-I gseater
facilities will b)e added to this industry, as
M-. W. C. Parker, a gentleman of very
larte expierience in the tanning business, and I
to whom much credJit is due in the premises,is
asociate1 with Mr. Jones in this new and j
Fvesh arr"ivals of new goods at McFall &
Pool's. Stoc!t Jept fresh by constant add i,
We re-publish fro,m the Chat leston Courier,
an in-eresting news paragraph in relation to
the business of the leading New York Steam
Line from that city, and add the list of the
"Georgia's cargo." which is truly enormous j
in bulk. .
NEW YORii --Exports S. S. Georgia.
1709 bales Cotton, 86 bales Domestic Goods,
403 bundles Paper, 207 tierces Rice, 29$ har
rels Rosin, 72 casks Clay, 16) packages, Fur- i
niure, &c. Sundries-282 barrels potatoes, ~
2005 boxes Vegetables, an,d 251 boxes Peaches
From Courier 14th June, 1871.
'-TEE STEAMsHIP 'GEORGIA.'-CoTTON,.
RcE, PEAcHEs AND ToMA ToE.-The "Iron
Line" is an Institution. It spreads out in
freight and passengers c-o-u-s-i-d-c-r-a-b-l-y,
and we record this morning the agreeable
fact that a 2,000 ton steamship can get at
Charleston-in .June--not only a full cargo,
but aoother on deck. We wish the Tribune's
correspondent had been about Union WVhar
es, between snnrise and sunset yesterday;
it would have been a better point of obscrs
ation for one on the lookout for business
than White roiot Garden, which, 'we wish to
remark,' is at the promenade end of the city.
And then the 'Mrs. Grundys' who are so
anxious about C-h-.u-r-l-e-s-t-o-n, because no
big ships can co~ma in you s--c--they could
have witnessed a regular coasting steamship
leave her dock on a draft of eleven and a
half feet of water, and carrying away six
thousand packages of Cotton, Rice, Naval
Stores, Clay, Donestie Good", Fruit and
Farm Truck, and all sorts of other things
all of which would have made 'em feel lan
guid over their "deep water" itnvestments.
The fact is, Its rather early to establish a lhar
bor expressly for the use of the Southern
Pacfie Railroad. Now, if a steamship can1
be constructed to carry three thousand bales
of cottoi on twelve feet draught of water,
ain't it cheaper to buIld the new steamship
to suit the port than to build new ports to ~
suit old steamships. Passengers appreciate
te 'Iron Line.' From 'W.av down South in
D:xie' come the tired r.nd dusty voya,
geurs, seeking for these deck state-rooms, so
cool and newly furnished; and the dwellers
on the far distant Cahawba and Alabama
have already heard of 'Boo-rt's dinners on the
Georgia.' Ijoo-rn is a rising planet of the
DE.MoNico order, and is sought after.
"The 'Georgia's' cargo and passenger list
is referred to elsewhere as evidence that
Charleston does some little business."
Do you want agood fitting shirt? Go to
MFall & Pool and have your measure taken.
A good fit is warranted.
The Times says of the treatyof Washing
ton: It was no't England alone who yielded
some of her claims; the United States also
made great concessions. The Times consid%
ers it u-npreceden ted tiint stich a grave differ
ence between nations as the Alabama claims
should have been settled without resort to
arms. The demand for conseqential damages
for injury done American commerce by the
Alabam:t and kindred vessels was unaccepta
ble to the English commissioners, and was
abandoned by the United States. The Times,
ia conc.tusion, expressed the hope that tak
ing pattern from the adjustmsent of the
American question, the nations of Europe
will rise to a higher conception of the aims
and duties of international friendship.
The ladies love to go to Mefll & Poof'
dry goods st.ore, and why? because they
are always'. sure of finding the best, and
handsomest of goods. -
E. Moirurs. G in Maker atrd Wood Turner,
CINCrN-AT, June 9.-The Ratbinicsa
ouncikclosee to-day. The meeting bai
een:ii of the most important yet hold
id. the. result. may be sudlmdd up it
ere represented; a union has been ef:
Cted; a nodern prayer book is to be
trnihed, in which all altsions to the
-turn of the Jews to Jerfisaleta and-o
rsortal Messiah are to bd 07dited.; the
rvice Is to be lai-gely on fih vernacu.
r iustead of the Hebrew Ianguage: a
abbinical seminary for ministers is tc
r established reforms in congregations
*e authorized ;abbath school organi
itions are to be effected, and the estab
shment of circuit preachers has beer
Fresh Commune trofibles are apprehended
be police have quelched gaming in St. Louis
r. Connelly ofN. Y. while under mauia-a-pott
ilied his two daughte.rs. Fourteen personm
illed on Grand Trunk R. R. Earthquake fell
New York-wave centre east. The Catbolic.
tCharleston have celebrated the 25th anniver.
ry of Pins IX. Giovenui Maria 3Mastai Ferrett
chosen as the 259th successor of St. PeZer.
We learn that 3r. Inckheit, of Charleston
baker residing on East liay, told his wift
,c night last week, that be would step down
> the wharf to enjoy the cool sea breeze foi
few moments, and then return for an even
ig walk with her. Waiting for his returt
atil alarm for his safety took possession o1
Je poor woman's mind, a search was made
nd a hat bearing his name found on the wa
!r. The belief then obtained that he wa,
rowned. His wife offered a thousand dol.
trs for the recovery of his body, and it wa,
ragged for, and a cannon fired over th<
rater, hoping that it would rise to the sur
ice. The following lamentable denouemen
ppears in the Charieston Courier:
TiiE TRUTH AT LAIT -Facts have beeT
eveloped in the Buckheit case, which show
onclusively, that lie designed creating th<
npression that he had been lost overboard
n order to get away from the city, to avoic
be consequences of using another's name t(
eure the acceptance of his paper in bank
s far as we know, for $500. There is n<
oubt that he was pressed to the deed of ab
conding by embarrassments, which, by fly
ig. he hoped to escape. His effects were at
ached by Ostendorff & Co.. Saturday, an<
he .%heriff now has them in the custody oi
wo of h is constables, stationed at his bakery
NEWBEART, S. C., June 20 -Cotton 20.
LivEPooL, Jtune 10-Evening-Cottor
noyant-uplands 81; Orleans 8' a 8a3; salel
NEW YoRK, J11e 10-7 P. M.-Cotton firTr
nd quiet, with sales of 3,040 bales, at 21
old 122 a 121.
AUGUSTA, June 10 -Cot'on market close
rm-middling 20; saleg 200 bales.
CHARMSTO, June 19.-Cotton steady
iiddline 21; receipts 315 bales; sales 200
PRoor PosrrvE.-The immense sales of Sing
r's Sewing Machins is a proofpositive of thei:
ierits. No family knowing anything abou
hem are wilhing to do without one. Anythiu,
n the way of sewing. p12in or ornamental. cat
e done on them. and a child with but little in
tructiun can run them with facility. The ma
hinery is simple ard not liat)le to break or ge
,ut of order. They have been known to keep J1
od running order for fifteen years withou
eed of repairs, which cannot be said of othe
cmbchines. Messrs. Chick & Chick are the agent
t Newberry. ti.
mA& A CHAPTER OF FACTS
-Space is valuable in a newspaper, and
s therefore proposed in this ad.vertisemnen
o cotnden-e a variety of facts, imiportant r<
he pulic, in o a salal compass. Thos<
its refer to Ilottetter's Stomacih Bitters
chat that celebrated medicine is, and wha
twill do. In the first place, thn the ar
icle is a stimrulan,t, tonic and alterrtive
:ontsist ing of a com'bina'ion of an aibsolutei;
mre spirituous agent with the most va!
tnble,medicinal vegetable substances tha
sotanc research has placed at the disposa
If the chemists and the physician. Thesi
ngredients are compounded with gres
arte, and ini such proportions as to pre
luce a preparation ubmich inivigoraites w ith
mnt exciting the gener.:l system, and tones
egulates anid controls the stomach, rih
ow.els, the liver, and the minor secretiv
Wthat this great resc.rtive will (10 mns
e gathered from what it has done. Th
atse of dyspepsia, or any other form of ini
igestion, in which it has been persi.tentm;
dn,miisered n irhout effecting a radica
nre, is yet to be heard from, and the sam
nyv be said of bilious disorders, intermit
rut fever, nervous affeLctionrs, gcneral de
liity, constipati.tP, sick headache, mnita
i4abilities to which the ft eble arc so sub
ret. It puirifies all the fluids cr thre body
rc!udirng the blood, rind th.e gentle stimulu
hieh it imiparts to thbe nervous system is no
ucceded by the slightest reaction. Thi
a chapter of facts which readers, for thei
wn sakes, should mark arnd remenmber.
Jutn. 7, :23-1mi.
Valuable Property foi
A 1h-sirable residence, about two mile
romi ('olumbhia, is offered by the subscribe
or sale, on reasonable terms, if applied fo
eon. The hoire is large, and eonvernientl;
ruilt, with fine airy passages, and doubl
miiazzas5. There are sixty acres of landJ
rith con,siderable woods. On the hous
at is a good well, and out-burildings. Per
ons wishing a pheasaftt, convenient an
heap residence will apply to
M RS. J. P'ECKIIA3I,
Jimr'e 21, 2--5t. Columbia, S C.
NEWIBERRY, S. C., )
Jcxx~ 18, 1871. j
V. J. LhAKE, AGENT.
Dr.an SiR: I hereby acknowledge thm
romptness with whi-ch you as Agent of thm
iedm,ont and Arlington Life Insunranc
,ormpany, of Virgi',ia, have md h a
nenut to mysister, tire widlow of my brothe
th .Wilson, of her portion upon h
,ife Policy, also the courtesy in waving th
inety days to whichm you were entitled ur
icr the terms of thec Policy.
JOH1N C. WILSON.
June 21, 25-It.
Pulaski Ledge, No. 20, I.0.0.F
THlE newly elected officers of this Lod~
'ill be installed by M. W. Grand Maste
>f S. C., oua next Friday Evening, at
A full attendance is rer;ucsted.
JOHN T. PETERSON,
June 21, 2.5-It. Secretary.
'ho State of South Caroina-Nev
berry County.-In the Commo
?,. P. Chalmers, Admin'istrator }
of the Estate of
John C. Chalmers, deceased, j
lames M1. Chalmers, - y. for
William E. C. Chamhnerr, I Relief.
loseph G. Chalmers, I
Eimma Eagbourg,his wife,et alJ
'ThE Creditors of the Estate of John
Chalmers, deceased, are hereby required 1
-ender in and establish, on oath, their r
;pective de:nands, before the Clerk of thm
yr,as referee, on or before the fis.a a
>f September next. -
TEHOS. M. L AiKE, '' tI. P. N. G.
$20,000 TO BE IDL&
. HE f"llowln" PROPERTY and CASH will be pl:
Sr., 31a. Me han and R. C. Shiver, In trust f-r 1
Aspeeistion. to be elivered to those who, on the day o
tie to the real estate has been placed in the hands of C
wi I examine the same and give true warranty deeds.
The first prize is the Temperance HaIl, now occuple
rance. The lot is 25 feet front on 3ain street. by 269 I
twe stories high. IM is now leased for three years for 1
valued at....-.....----. - - -
Second Prize--Lot adjoining Rose's Hotel. 44 feet froni
Third Prize-Lot adjacent to above, 25% fiet front, 20
1 Cash Prize .......... -...... .....- - -
2 Cash Prizes, $101 each......... - -------............. .
4 Cash Prize, at $5 each .. ..----- -
110 Cash Prizes, at $12 each... ... . -
12) Prizes..........--------- --------"
2,0O Tickets, at $11 each. .... --- -
Tickets may be had of the General Agent. Dr. E. IV.
Music Store of Messrs. L1tBRAND & SON, Messrs. JO
D. C. PEIX(YrTO & SON.
The following gentlemen have con%ented to superint
zer and Henry E. Scott, in connection with a committ,
the day of drawing.
As the tickets have met w!th a rapid sale. It may be s
place by the 15th ofJuly, at the Temperance Hail. Colt
As the names of the ticket-holders will be registered
Trustees on the day ofdrawin-, p arties may feel assure
RE?m-'CE8.-E. J. Scott. Son & Co.'i Bank; Vot.
Xtnk; Citizens' Savings Bank; South Carolina Ik
Cashier Carolina National Bank.
Capt Wade Lorick, Agent in Lexington. For fartt
June 21, 25-Ini.
COLUMBIA, S. C.
OFFER, at LOWEiT PRICE -, the th4
choicest assortntent of
In this State. This statement may seem
exaggerated, but those who are nmy Custo.
mers in Nea berry and the upper Counties, ha
as well as thuose in Colnnbia, know 11his to)
be a fuet. The Foreign and Hlotne M-:rkets sir
are ransaecked, and the utmost care taken
-that whatever is' offeied shall be FIRST m
CLASS; my motto being:
"The Best is the Cheapest."
.ock of STAPLE and FANCY . . to
Supp,hld d.i y wi ev'ery, requirement for
the' most ecoaznmial a~S e.as uS. e -picure.
Wines and Liquors,
of my own importation,. are guaraa;te d of
highest gra d.-, while Domestic Go)od. are
furnishe.d at LOWEST P'RICES and in their
Ord,'rs solicited. Teums strictly G ASH
or C. 0. D). Junue 21, 25-t. te
AT THE NEW HALLd
I ThOPIANl STAB TROUPEC
-HAVE the pleasure of' aanouncing to the U'
ladies arid gentlemen of' Newberry and vi. e
cinity, that they will give thil
THIEIR SECOND ENTERTAINMENT
sOn Friday Evening, June 23d.,
rOn w hich o:casion they will present such a a
MELODY AND IIUMlOR,
,In SONG, D.ANCE AND BRLESQUF,
As cannot fail to please.
They take this occasion to return their
warmest thanks for the flattering reception
Smet with ori their fi-st appearance, and pro.
rmise to mnake the coming entertainmaent in
revery respect worthy their kinid aupproba-su
- ion. tr.
SDoors open at 7, performance commence Ti
A.uion ->0 cents. al
A police force will be int attendance to of
1preserse order. For further part iculars see fo
small bil- Jutne 21, 25-1I. at
LARGE FINE PEACHES ,:
L. iR. MA RSHALL'S, iS
Just as soon as they can be procured.
r In the meantime look at the following :
Lemon Crackers, Soda Crackers, Farina a
SCrackers, Sugar Cakes, Ginger Snaps, said ft
by all to be tihe nicest lot ever brought to' 0
this market..., ensL
Fresh lot Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Peen
and English Waluuta. o1
- Salmon, fresh and nice. fc
l.arge lot Caundy, weighing from 3 oz7, to at
4 lbs. to the4 stick. 01
e Jellies of alt firvors, in Tumblers, Wine. at
-glasses and Goblets. c
8 Anotber bbl. of those GUCU7MBER PIC. mi
KLES that were so eagerly sought after u'
some time ago. A
ViNEGAR, the best in the market with-.
out any exception.
- SEA FOAM,- which if you ue once you tp
will never de althout afterw.rds.
DESSICATlED COCOAYKT, now yon ceewl
4 have Cocoanut pie's, eu/tards and cakes
Summer. . Iha
Don't forget the- Watermelons ~o. 2,
. Peaches. will he
t -L. R. MARS0 o lav
June M, 25-It.
THE MVORRISd Dc
; IS SUPERIOR TO ALT. .A~
For particulars address, - s
comr' m .I 3. N
ced In the adrs of th
liebeneftof the TiC
rthbe r2ffe. may bee couM o bes- Mwu IW
Ai. F.- W. -Xe3fwb&e 'Attuiki at low, w1b
I ee from aU e;WibTaainMlwm",t
I or the firdt 1&oM Iyw IWkk4lca
iet deep. , The buiI.A in
1,0o per aunum,pd"fl
208 feet deep, v aTud at.. ..
fie, deep, valued
WHEE~LEft. at TempeaneeHI~
EIN .WNEW SON, T. St. MU M
.nd the drawing: J. C B.SZid, 6. se
e of three seleck-d by- the -fj3ckSfP , On
.1v presumed th.4 .the drW&jAW*taf
mbi: C. -- - -
iii a book which shall be ' me
d that no more.than 2,0o W gt -
.1. B. radmef. Irsdn
uk aud Trz!t Coanl4y, and 4TIPA 4
er Information. addries
Box 88, 00 LM
WE beg to call the tterrti6i Of-theepb
to our first class stockpf
*w complete in every departiieutd to
fullowing special Zes:w :
OOTS AN9,1 $ins.
We ate now ptepared to.s wo tho
tdsomest, r.eatest, cheaprst an ,a de.
able stock of SHOE e ep of e this
rket. We-introduce tiro new fesatiui
trade *lst.. We wistez opdo os
try or fit, as a*e ha e at con dwWex
rise,'fittred up ad
We guarante~e, to i es fu&esi. ai all
rfitne . os.k~ s ideutir;adtiwii.n
Rt. C. SHIV54A+4.
June 21, 2 -f. 00G tI~, C,
Bibilr8. .M etter
Ati a meeting of -the eot -
~ofdte Nwberry Bible~c~
t:e 16th, k was er#eredr *
1. That.te bdosey-e c
rough the Newberr'y lleaithardberSo.
it have on hand atth
d'te.itaments. for . ra.ttoiiss~~o
thosae who are'not able to for,
e at cosr.-to those who arent .a
2. That the .mni:sters of -the ^ in
a.rown and, county.feMs r
estecd to brinigtihe Bible
tieei of their congregationfj,Vn a~u
llectiona du:'ng the nednth. eiJTye
e benefit of the Societ, -en4iRt (
8. !hat the members of the bot~ e
rpuested to pay their annual d es, no.
e Depository~ mary be enabled t6,~iu
arger suppiy of bibles andWesnie
By order o( the-ExecutiveA"onikat.
JOHN A. CH:AP*A
Ju ec.1 &Treas. ofJeppiwes.
Jue2,2-lt. . *
r A TE OF.SOUTH LCA,ROIAMA,
NEWBEIRY COUN(TYWA t.a
13y Janmes C. Leahy,rrobatedJu@is .
W hereas', .Jasi. WV Tribble hbd
t to me to grant him Letters of &mp.
tion, oft the Estate and effeti- E *
ibbl-,. deceased. -E ~4
These are the:'efdr e- to cite ada abouidh.
and singular, the kindred -*ad e '
the sauid dl -ceased, to be aoda - boa
re me, in the Court of:Probate-to'b~
Newberry Court House, on tlie
July next, after publica.i
11 o'clock in the foeno ~ u
tse, if any they have, why the,
~nistration should not be"'gratI -
der myi hand this 16th day
June 21, 25-2r. .4
l'ATE .OF SOUTHI CAR~O1JNA
: y'amsC Leaby,'Prle6ate Jafg~
WIrDERMAS, -.H Staiber -- bt- ladsr
ittonme to grant him Lettrr p-d~imb.
atlon, of the Itate and e&ct. JIlnm
>,deceased. ~ L-.
These-are therefoirs to $$
I and singular. the landrWesis
the said deceased, to be )hdfappgifbe
re me, int the Court.ofli,s to .
Newberry Court Hlouse, on ih slt ~
July itext. after publiesti
11 e'olck ini the forbe
'nS if any theyhave.-gendy 01 the
inist atiai sliou--r nosphate Corn
etmy lir.'C., and Opt: K-'
-.o Duren appo'ntMe4f~ place..
.ui Pl.inters who usE those justly
iNtiwan Fertilizers, will find an~ am, -
ply by callingOD eapt.. Webb.
G. T. SCOTT..
>erry, Dec. 13, 18'70.
-e now on hand eighty Tons of Etiwam
aud twenty Tons of the No. 1, anda
ep constantly supplied with these
r fertillizers. Farmers will do wiel%
in what they want at once.
W. B. WEBB,
.1I. L. BU'T ?EREtlLDroprie
HAM iitT()N. Sunerintendent.