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The Apple Tree lu the Lane.
It stood close by where on leathern hinge
V The gate swung back from the grassy lane,,
When the cows came home, when the dusky eve
Its antle threw over hill and plaib.
- Its branches, knotty and knarled by time,
Waved to and fro in the idle breeze,
When the spring dars wve a blushing crown
Of blossoms bright for the apple-trees..
Its shadow tell o'er the crystal stream
That all the- long bright summer days,
Like a silver thread 'mid the waving grass,
-efected back the golden rays
Of the noonday sun that madly. stiove
- To drink the fount of the brooklet dry;
But the light clouds showered tear-drops down
Till the glad blook laughed is it glided by.
Ngver wore apples half so sweet
Golden'russets striped with red
As t'hose that fell on the yielding turf
When she shook the branches overhead.
A tysting place for youthful friends
Was the apple-tree In the Says of yore
And oft we've sat beneath its shade
..And talked bright dreunis of the future o'er.
And when the warm October sun -
- Shone en the maple's ecarlet robe, -
Vre gatheredpples sound and-Tair,
Aiid rounad as out' own nystic globe.
The stately henilock crowns the hill,
The dark pines rise above the plain
But the one we prize far more than fhey,
The apple-tree, in the pasture lane.
Lftn y ve passed, and cows no"more
Come at nigh.t through the erasy ftnc
Where the gate swung back ton leathern hinge
I stand and gaze on the far-off plain.
No more we list to the misic low
Of the cry- stream as it ripples on,
- And the applime in the pasture faini
Is but a dream of the. days by-gone.
*lan English Boker-Bean Afair.
A most romantic elopeinekt has just occur
red in London, Fgigland, which has. severe4
shocked the propriety of the "Upper Ten,
a -,and created a gneral "nine day's wonder," on
account of the ifferefst positions which the
respective parties to the afair held in society.
* I,appears that a yomg~ lady na e~d Crosse,1
- iged about twenty years; the duter ofa
g lergyman, formed an attachment to her fath.
er's groom-a lad two years ber Nnior, named
- #eorge Smith. George had beemin th'o famn
ily-abouttwo years, during which time he
- used to accomipany. the young lady duririgi
* -herecquestrian exercises. .In this way, .an
* . intimacy sprung uip between them, which the
fater inalybecame aware of, anid thereup
on determined to disc ge George at once.
The young lady bo , f 'her father's inten
tion, and on the dr.y the boy nas to leave,
* she managed to see him, and told himtocm
cape with him. The groom advised her not
to pursue this course,-but she persisted, and
- gndaccodingy th reluctantt foot- went to
*he window at the time indicated, when the
* young lady dropp from her bower into the,
*arms of the objge of her.,passion. The- next
* qgeesti9n WAS, how to.get married ? The lady
had a onsiderabIe sotm of money in her poss
ession, which she placed in the hands of h er
- lover, and the pair started off they knew not
whxither. They, hog.ever, madie tracks for
andsworth, where they hir'ed apr;-tments,
* and she next day appeared 'before a mnagis
- -.trat f'or tne purpbs.e of being mnatriionially
-united. The mag' Lrate refused to' marry
- - 'them on.the gr ound that the lady was under
The couple, .therefore, returned disconso
- l?ate totbeir apartmentsi and lived together
- * for two days,- wiren the police, who had been
nodied; by the firfher to hunt up Abe runa
- ways, came upon them and arrested the groom
* . on a charg,e of fraude1detty i'nducing the young
* ~ ladr toeave eer home, Novwing that she had
* ,.mo~ney ini her 'ponession belonging to Mr.
-Crosse. The case aftewirds came up f*or ex
-tly fac'w vwere made apparent. UJpo'n being
- asked if the groomn lad induced he? to quit
- -her home, or made the first advance to that
* * ..end, the damsel said "No, I think we were
- about'equal." It being pl.iniy proved .that
she was a consenting pai'ty, the yozung mer
- was acquitted of the charge of fradutenltly
enticig her from her home. Ij regard to,
* ,the money, he had'left it untouched, and of
feregkto return it to the fathei-. According to
the evidence of the young lady, the chi'ral
ron.s groom had conducted hinaself wjth the
- utmost honor and restraint,'"and it was offi
cially announced that the~ young lady "re
turned to her home as intact as on the day
-, s'he left it." "All's well that ends weif."
The reverend gentleman finding his' daugh
ler really atta.chred to the yourg man, and de
*.terined to marry him, gave his consent,
and on the 14th inst., the lppy pair were
united and the blushing bride taken to her
- busband's home-in t! iumuph, the party,being
- followed by an "z,n admiring crowd, who,
ceered lustily, and- tbe sedhe ends' by Mr.
- . George Smith returning "heartfelt thanks"! to
* his friends from a first fioor.window. -
NTREsTNG TSrMoNY IN( TnE~ CASE or
.Wzaz.-George W. Reynolds, who testitled1
in the Wirz -trial, on W%dagsday, made some
* urious and interesting statements. The~ fol
Towing is a summary of his evidence
* "He was taken prisoner while a spy in the
national service. Andersonville stockade was
much like a compact city. There were 33,
* .. * 000 prisoners; the pern .was laid in stree(s,
and mo't-ot the vocStiohs known to urban
life were carried on .within it. There were
' bou$t 1,000-vegular dealers, mecluding .hang
-ers, brokees,, provision merchenta,;sbekers,
tailors, shoemakers, barbers, -jewelers, soup
jobbers, gambles;. &c., wbo kept open - shops
and offices, and did a thriving business. - At
'-these .establishments could be boughit, -if
one has the money,. all the necessaries and
*many.of the luxuries of li'fe. The wittiss him
self kept. ashop and drover. beavy, traae.
He sid thbt there 1rere abou& half a millor
dollars in greenbacks in the prison. The
prisoners had also among themselves regular
judicial and police ognizations, ne1 at one
time five disorderly ch'racters amd#g them,
who had beeni found guilt'y by a jury of their
fellow captives, were hung. 'He himselfacted.
* *j.as a.magistrate. He told. many other won
. derfuli thtgs of a similar chiaracter relative
to the interior life of the prison. He' had
Ignown Suffering among the men from expo
mare, but could bot say that he had witnessed
's h% radical negro suffrige agitators talk of
trying to impeach President Johnson for his I
Oua MisTAKEM ABOUT EACIH. OTsE.--Not one
man in ten thousand s&s those with whom be
associates as thoy,really are. f the prayer of
Burns were granted, and we could all see our
selves as others see uA, our self-estiinates would
in all probabity be much more erroncous than
they are now. The truth is that we regard iach
other ibrough a variety of lenses.- no one of
which is correct. Passion and prejndice, loye,
and hate,, benevolence -and envA spectale our
eyes and utterly prevent us from observing ac
curately. Many whom we deem the porcelain Or
human clay are mefe dirt, and a still greater
number.of those we put dqwn on black books
are no fur&er off from Heaven, perhaps a littlc
nearer, than the. cens6rs who condemn them.
We habitually undervalue or overvalue each
other, and in estimating character the shrewdest
of'us only now and then n"=e true appraital of
the virtues and defects of evou our closest inti
. It is not jus t or fair to look at character from
a stand point of ome'a own selection. A man's
profile may be unpreposessing, and yet his full
face agreeable. We once saw a ,young min,
whose timidity was a stnding joke with :his
eimpanions, leap int6 the river and save a 'boy
from drowning, while -his tormeaters stood pat ic
struck on the bank.
Such ananetehs are commn. There is this
comfort, however, for those whose misjudge
medftf th, ir fellow-mortals lean to t.fe kidly
side-such mistakes go to. their criht in the
great account. He, who. thinks better . pf his
neighbor then they deserve, cannot,. be a bad
man, for the standard by which kis judgiment-is
guided is the goodness of his own - heart. It i.
only the base.who believes all men base-or, in
other words, like themselves.. Fen, however,
,are all evil. ven Nero did a good tprn to somc
bod. for wen. Rome was rejoicing over his
teath somo loving hand covcred his grave with
Public men are seldom, or nevefairly judged
at least;. whi!e living. However pure, they can
not escape calunKiy. Ifowever corrupt, they are
sure to find eulogi4s. History may do them
justice; but they rarely get it while living, either
from friend or fee.
Is IT ALLOWABL E ToR EX-CiNYXDEaATr.S TO
GAIN A LIvELIOOD ?-The Springfield (\issa
ehuse tts) R&epublican, .in able Republican paper,
on this subject, says:
If one of this claes is appointed to any ofZec or
allowed to be a condida re for any local position
in the South, there is a hue and cry raised about
puting-rebels in power. The dissatisfied do not
seem to recognize any validlty in the Executive
amnesty and pardon, or at least fail to compre
hend thathey involve full absolfition. So if a
man, formerly prominent as a rebel, is placed in
ay position by the Southern people, it is quoted
against them as evilence of their persistence in
-rebellion. Genetal Joe Johnston was recently a
candidaeefor the presidency of the Danvifle Rail
road in Virpinia, and a majority, of stockholders
vot6d for him, but. Governor etpont got the
impression in s6m6, way that his election would
give offence at Washington, and so intimated to
the .stockolders. and the vote of the State for
its stock was then given to Buford, the other
candidate, thus electing him. -Peshaps*Buferd is
the beat man for the position,. but.General John
ston is oneoef the most civii aend eminent, civil
eglmeers in the country, and the stockholdw's
voted for him because they thought he ild
promote the interests of the company.- No , 'if
GAberal Johnstori is.allowed to live, and to sup
port himself, it is impossible to give any goqd
reasons for exclgding hinm from the profession
for which beis best.fftted. We neither get in:
demity for the past, nor security for the future,
by excluding such then from.. the business par'
suits for which they are qualified.' Indeed, the
npiloyment of those.who mere lately rebel comn
manders, in peacefurl pursuits, thus' giving them
a personal interest in the tranqqility of the uoun
try, will manifiestly prove at eletnert ina our fu
ture security. General Johnston has since been
elected Wresident of one of the railroads in Ala
bama, and it is not treasonable to hope that he
will manage it well, and make 'money for him
self snd the company. There has been a great.
deal of stupid rhetoric expended on the fact that
General Len has beg made President of Wash
~igton College in Virginia, and the trustees have
A SsNAK CanarEp IN A: Laer's CamsoLx.
ne dar last week, a party of young.folks, male
ard femn le, in the township of Franklin, went to
the hbacklcberry rock,.a distance of about eight
mil-s from thik~ neighbo'rno =d. After reaching
the rock, tbe day was, spent in the rsual way, b~y
picking berries and wandering - over the vast
lain of rock. Evening camne,' and the parties#
rturned to their homes. -One young latJyp affer
rashing her residence end performing hei' cus
tomary work about the house, repaired to. her
oom to retir~e for the night, m,d upon undress
ing herself,'what did slie discover nicely entwin-.
ed around he'- wa< b"t :.an her' crinoline and
imder-garments, but a snage fully twenty inches
in length ? As mlight ,b expected, on making
such a dikcovery, the lady's feelings can be bet
ter imnagined than described. She' gave the
alarm, when other 'inmates of the house came to'
the room and dispatched his snakeship. It turned
out to be of the spotted adder s'pecies, which is
very numerous on the rock. The query is, -how
did yhe reptileg*anage to get in that-.position ?
'he only way such can be accounted for is this:
Some time during the' day- the young, woman
must have been sitting down on 'the rock, and
he bfoad skiaSs now worn might possibly .have
overed' the shake, *hich in his :endeavour to
escape, got between. the garments, and so worked
itself dp to the waist, unfelt by .the party. She
saterthat several times, thrm'u2h the day and
evenirg, she felt a sort . of gripping sensation
about her body, but delicacy 'in company con
str#*ied' her to bear it rather than to ascertain
- * Yuuntipton ((2 E.) -Journal.
, The True Crstan Sprt
Bishop Coxe, in speaking about a re-union o.f
the Episcopal Chuuch in his Diocesan address,
thus exempliftes, in his chosipg remarks, the spir
it of the true Christian' e
"And now', when all is over, what can a Chris
tian find withip'him but a war'm revival of old
affections and friendhips ; and 'a longing for tlie
ld fraternal counsels and communing. -'Let the
power of-oir religion be seervand lelt by all our'
ountrymen. Let us address emrselves&to the
new and ttying emergencies created by the new
cndition of things in4he Southern States. -Let
us feel that such is the highest service we cgn
now7 render to our -country, and that it is in our
power, as a Church, to do more, 'perhaps, than
others in this 'way. And as Nature has begun
alreadyto cover over the-red fields of war 'with
her peaceful harvests and her refreshing verdure
so let Grace mantle the past w:th charity and
make the infirmities of men give place to the
fruts of the Spirit.
THE FAMERS' BAR~mgTE.-Take a comn
on glass pic,kle bottle, wide-mouthed ; fill it
sithin three inches of t he top with 'water ;
then take a common Florence oil flask, re
moving the stPaW"|overing and Cleansing the
ask thoroughly; plunge the neck of. the fla.sk
s far as it will go, and the barometer. is
:omplete. In fine weather the water will rise
into the neck of the flask even? higher than
the mopth of fhe pickle bottle, 'and in wet
and windy weather it will fall to within an
nh of the flask. -Before -f heavy gale of
ind, the water bas-buen "seen to ]vc the
iaskjtogether at eagt, eigli ho~ before.
the gale camie to its height.. T$e invention
was made 'by a German, and communicated to
TUE J?OOR WHITE PEorPLE.--esterday a
Radical Republicans whose sympathy 'for his
"oppressed" Africatl brothers andl sisters nev
er xtend to his pockets, was hear.d to won
der what wou!rd- become 'of the poor- negro
this winter? A 'by:stander* answered his
uestion Yankee fashion, by ingtiiring, "What
ill h~'im* nf th~ nnnr ~n1rli~'rhwidou-a sari
A. Ward "8trikes He.
8=or RIVER BORINs, , 65.
My Dearest Betsy Jane :-HereI am cum,
as Sli- k as Greas, out of the rq:ch- of the
"slings and arraWs of outragis forchune," as
tlw Poit sez. Ef any body enqwires to Bald.
insville about Artemus Ward, that used to
b some in.the .Show Biz-.es, say to them
with a Tearin thy 1, Artimemous (that's -the
Greek spell of tny name,) the great showman
is dead-that is, to ignoble persoots. Tell
Tell them Artemus is no more Artemus but a
"hody corporated ;" tell 'em Bitsey Jane
Ward is to more the wife of the captain of
the Baldinsville mlishy, but a lady.' Betsy
Jane,- I've struck ile 1 l'am as ritch as Crea
sus. My ile will spirt up in* a stream 2
hundred.feet Hi, and as thick a$ the main
nast of the irunsides. - -
0 Betsy what a site omeanwor I've
dun in my past career I To think thtt.I used
to*handle the Bo Conistrictors an other ieptile
snaik.4 in my show, an all for no use. 1. get
poor and poorer, while the smaiki and tigers
'get fat ; and at larst the pesky rebs confisca.
cated my show, an "Othelly's 6cuption ws
. 1ne.11'esyP ric al
This is a kold y r r
whar ther's no ile. When I got poor (cauz
how I was tu good natured lfkd further
Abram, and let the boys intu my show .with
out payin) even my monkey made mouths at
me, as I was a wax' figger myself-that is, I
was patie4* a monument. But nobody
"saw " bui e. Now its diffcrQnt. Shaks
peer, some other wise theolngpin sed -'suzu
s born grate, some win graten'ess by a .pack
of cards or a horse race and the rest git big by
a.ident.. ow I didn't win it, or git it thurst
I onto me, but I bored it out the stuns of Salt
River, witha. governient orgur.
Borin is of two kinds-borid' forhe -corpo
rations (that >r the money) and afterwardi'
for the ile. qal, you see I bord myself out
of A. Ward into a grate Company, .caled tie
"Oleaginous Saline Carboniferous Indication
Manufacturing Co4any." I tell you privit
ly, it took splendid. We-that's me, and
A rtemus and Artimcous & Mr. Ward-opined
an offis, and from Mondy morn till Sundy
dawn we bookt thd1shAres. *
Our 6ompany was organized tP wit-it had
17 milluns of shares.4t 3 cents a share, and 1
"reserved for working capital.'' We garantied
-berything. We told the'noose boys an u'i
e'r oontrebands that.we had-tbe "royalty" and
"fte simple" of1he ile on Salt River. We
told 'emrwe was opposed to aristockrisy and
big shtres. We .Vd 'em the shares was "im
ited"-so they fts, jo our treasury. Our
.shares weat up to 17 dollars and 14 14 cents
in 14 days! We sold out an started anuther,
an this was the yay we went on, till the valfe
of salt River waskored like a pepper B3ox.
Befsy Jane, IEve guv you' t.he' modis oper,
andy of striking ile. The.man wot got- richi
rbn wot 0 talera goiv him, an. inscribed patri
otickally on his Buggy. "Nine TWerr~ Maid'
ttern as".was a fool long side the Wards.
I'm comin .o Baldin'sville soon to stop up
thine undistinguisht career, and ..open *in
Bqasting a establishmerit .worthy of Betsey
'Jane. Tell Zeke Biglowv to taake a roach 4,
and pu-t on the panel a Oirger as big as a main
mast of a ship. I inten to make the .Codfish
riggins pale there ineffectooal fires, as the
pestle says." The Artemus corpora tion sends
the olengenius -faewell kiss. No more at
presnt. From thy deartst lur.
. A:r EscArED I'UsBAND.-"My wife has
gone tp visit my mother. I am happy to be
able to state that the%children ace-thpani:ed
her, Peace, quietness alid felicity reign in,
miy dwelling. I corne and go unquestioned.
I stay out late at night without fear of re
buke. I lie,.abed of mnorniQgs, and no ore in.
sists-on my getting up. M -fiepas the
evening with me and there am none who
tell ine the next 'nay that the window cur
tains are filled.with tobacco smoke, and the
parler has'the fragrance of a bar room. If
two or thr*ee frien* come home to ~e with
me, tho cook never asks me why 'I~'b r&mght
theni, nor complains of a -head a'ehe. What
is wo.re, she does not insist upon havinig a
new silk.dress every week, nor burst into
tears;if I utter cruel and naughty words. The
fr.ct is, if there be one thing I like more than
another, it is to have my wife f.it,her mothS
SissGrsAz TELEGRAPHIC BaUNTDER.-One of
the office-bearers of the Gra,nd Lodge ef Scot
land, who had to attend the ceremony of laying
the~.foundiation stone of the memorial to the
Duke-of A thole at Logierait, on Thursday,.
left Edinburgh, on Wednesday, without .-his
cocked hat. On discovering the omission,' hie
telegraphe3 from a.station on th'e Inverness
and JPerth line to his wife in Edinburgh,
"Send my cocked -hat with --- to mor
tow." Our readers may judge of his con
sternation when, en the following day, his
friend put into his band, not the missing ar
ticle of attire, but a 'phreel of "cookefi ham,"
into which words it appgared the telegraph
clerks had transformed the message. -.
A Clergyman in South Carolitia was
preaching on the disobedienc of Jonah, when
commanded to go and' preach to the Nine
rite. After expati.ating on the consequeees
of disobedience to- the divine'commands, he
exclaimed i a votce that passed 'through the
congregation like ab electric shock, "And are
there any Jonsrhere ?" A negro 'present,
a.hose naine was ,Jonah, thinking himself call
ed on, immediately arose, and turning up his
white eye to the preacher, with the broadest
gin and be's.t bow, answered:
"Here be one, massa."
* "Why do yotu nat .pr.esent yoorself- as a
candidate for Congress ?" asked a latty of her
husband, - who was-. confined with' rheumat
ism. - *
"Why so, my. dear ?I -
"Because,'' resumed the wife, "your .lan
guage aita actions are truly, parliamentary.
When bills are presented, you either order
them to be laid on thie table, or- make a'-mo.
tion to rise ; though out of 'order, yougare
supported by the chair ;-and efren poke your
nose into measures which are calculated jo
destroy the constitution."
,"Sir," said a pompous personage, who un
dertook to bully an editor, Wo you know'
that I take your paper ?",: "I've no doubt
you take it," replied the man of the quill, "for
several of my h-oneht subb'bers have been
complaining lately abent their pape being
missed in the morning."
-It has beern said, with' a inixture of truth
and parador, -that an Englishman is never
hppy but when he fi miseratble ;' a Scotch
ren never at home bot when he is abroad ;
and an Irishman never at peace but when he
What is the difference between the Princh.
of Walert sad a bomub-shel ? On is heir up
on the throne and the other is thrown into
A ".ri~ nhtr'r p . . .A .
To The Thblie
FIND that it is the impression of a number of
persons in the district that I was a co-part- A
ner with R B. Holman.ie the Taning -of eatet
for the Confederate Government. This isto cer
0gy that I w's- not a co-partner, and had nothing.
to do with the business whatever. But now I V
have commenced the Tanning.Busness on my e
own.responsibil ty, and at my Old 'fannery, and
oinske the' best of Leattre' with
ilgpat sinhve practical workmen -*ith my
self to make-it. Send your Bides to Headquar
ters to be Tanned and Dressed on Shares,.if you
want something like Leather. The highest price e
will be paid for tides in gold, silver, or leather.
Also all home-tafned Leather Dressed in the best
manner. Wool f8r'sale at the Tanfery.
0 1 l-42-tf. . BIE1RFIED.
TIAT THE I
A large and direct importation of
F all numbers and grades, from the best man
ufactures which wil be sold at the very
LOWEST .PRIftS. hyl
- HARDY SOLOMON. & C6.,
West-side Assembly street,
O11 42-3 Columbik S.C.
COLUMBIA, S. C., Sept. 11, 1865.
I AM running a daily line of
FOUR-HORS1 C*ACHES from
Columia to Kingsville. Leaving
Columbia every Aay at 10 a. in., connect
Ing with .rain- at Kingsvil!e, 71 o'clock p. 'in
Returning, leave Kingsvil!e-on the arrival of-:h.
tWin. I have a RELAY OF HORSES 'haf way
W. M, BECKH AS.
tw"" Newbei ry Herald and Greenville Enictr
prisc copy four times and send bill to Phoeniz
DR. J. E. DAPRAY,
OFFICE on*the North side of Main-street, for
merly occupied and knon, as the Law
Office of.G. G. DeWidt, Esqr.
Dr. Dapray is now prepared- to pet form -ll ope.
rations at the Otb PRICES for CA- H or its
equivalent. Chloroform adniinistcred when de
sired - 4
Newberry, June t, '65.
Applications for Pardon aid GOVern
ment laims. -
T Am prepared to.draw up applications for par
don, in ci es arising und -r the eceptians in
the amr,esty proclamatioaobtain~ the 'Gaver- I
nor'sapproval, andi forward thegr through the t
propr'Depatments in Washirgton, by a distin- .t
guishedlezalqfrm in thatcityw' '
~s$'rscete all claims against the Gen t
eral Governutett'. C
sept?7 37 tf L. J. JONES.
NEWBgR RY, S. C , Sep. 4, 1865. t
ALL FREIG hTS will be' received 2t this De
.. pot, aind shipped withmout pre-pa.yment, for
other than Way Stations. Freight to .WAay Bta
tions must be pre-paid as hercefore.
-The Qompany cannot collect otheu than their
own Freight over the Road, nor be~ responsible
for cottoniafter leavinit the care. .
. - JOHN B. LasSALLE,
THE STATE OF SOY'fH O7AROLINA.
-'NKWaRaRY Disvacr-Ix EQUIT.
-David H. B3uzhardt, Admninistritor with 'willi
annexed, vs. Catheri Biihe.rdt, Saraf~ones,1
Josephine Bluzhardt, Ifary Bazriardt.
Bill to' seli property to aid in payment of debts,
The creditors of Samuel Jeffers'on Buzhardr,c
deceased, are hereby required to present, and <
render in on oath, to. the undersigned, their re.
speot.'e claims against said estate, within twe a
months from publication hereof, or they will be -'i
exluded. ? . SILAS JUUNSTON, C. D.
Comn's. Office,Oct. 2, 1865.-2m. . 10
S0AlTE OF SOUTH CAROLLVA.
11 NEWBERanT DIsTRIc7.
By JoAhn . Petsrson, Esq., Ordinary of .Newe
W IERFAS, Peter Duckett has applied to
me for Letters of Admninistration,'on
all and sin'gular the goods and chattels, rights
and -credits of Isaac Duckett,-Iate of this District I
These are thgrefore.to elte and' admonish all 1
and singinlar, the kinadred and creditors of the I
said deceased, to be and ap~pear before me, at
o* niext Ordinary's Court for thes~aid district, to I
beholden at Newberry Court House, on the 30th 2
day of Oct. ingt, to shew cause, if any., why '
the' said Administration should not be granted.
Given-under my band and Seal, this 16th day
of Oct., in the 'year of our Lord one thousarzd
eight hundred and sixty-five.
0 18-43-2t. JOHN. T. PETERSON, -o. N. b..
deiToE ABBEVILtE BANNER. ]e
I dsrtosay to the old patrons of tis apr
Iand die public generally, that its publication I
will be resumed on or about . the fifteenth of I
OCTOBER next, under my proprie(cirahip and
the editorial control .of a gentlefian :eminently I
qualiied for such.i position, and a well known C
and prominent citizen of the District. 13
It is my aim to revive the BANNER and con-'
duct it as ?twoas, before its discontlemeee; to wit:i
to make it a first class, high-toned, News and
T1he terms of the paper will b'e as formerly, .t
viz : $2.00 ~a ygear in advance-in specie, or pro- C
visions at specie valuation. --
Sept. 27' T. D.CREWS. '
Everybody Should Have- a Copy..
INTEJiNAL REVENUE GUIDE. i
B EING an Abstract 'of the - Internal Revenue 1
Uand. Direct (or Land) Tax Laws- of the
United States, with SCHEDULES OF' TAXA
TION, LICENSES, STAllP DtUES, EXEMP
TIONS, showivag the Rates under the various
Laws sinCe July 1, 1862, and intended .for the
reneral information of the Tax-payer ; to which
is added an Abstract of the Acts of, Congress,
passed durntg the Wa,- teatitre to .Abandoned'
difnds and to other matters of general interest
*By'U. J..EL.FORD, Attorne at law, -Greenville,
S. C., Assessor of the Intera, itevenue Tax for
the Third collection D)istriot in .auth Carolina. t
The Book .wH1- contain about 72S pages, and
will be isgu-ed in a feir weeks. Price 50. cents
per sty, with a liberal discount to the trad I
Orders mulst be accompuined with - th'e caih to
secure attentin- Address: . *
-G. E. ELFORID, Publisher, -
Aurg. 29% - TGreerhille,'S.C..
ft3 Papers inserting the above advertisement,
wlii be furnished with one copy of the Guide.
AT THlE OLD STAND, u
Would call attention to the fact, that he has pl
procured a stot of good igateriai.for SAD)DLES, G
Ba DLE.', &c.- -' . tc
He i- prepared to make anytiqing in his line of pl
usiness at short notice. - M
Ssept 27 3m
QWatchwakrn nan Jeweraae.
THE PHGNIXs .
PBLISMD DAILT, TRI-WEEMLY AND WEZELT,
.t the Capital of South Carolina, Columbia, 1805
rHE D2*jy _Phwnix, Issued every -riorning ex
cept SuMy, is flled with the latest news,
)y telegraph, mails, etc,,) Editorial Cutesp;
nce, Miscellany, Poetry, -Stories, etc.
This is the 9sy daily paper,ia the State, Out
de of the city of Charleston.
The Tri-Weikly Phcenix, for country circt'.a
on, is published every Tuesday, Thursda and
aturday, and has all the reading matter ofter
At contained in the daily issues of the week.
Weekly .G%aue, a home companion, as its
aine indicates, is -intended as a faspily journal,
nd is published every Wednesday. It will con.
%in Eight pages, of Forty Colums The credpa
f the Daily -and.Tri Weekty will be found in fts
olumns, Daily, o c year ......... ,Q
three months................ .a 00
'ri-Wcekly, one year................1 00 ai
three months....... ... .......2'00 Lc
Veekly, one year............. ...... 00
three months.................1 w2 ,
AdveTtisements inserted in the Da*y or,Trm o
Weekly at $1 a esquare for the first insertio:,, tr
ind 75 cents for each ~subsequent' insertion. fc
Yeekly advertieements $1 a square every laser. M
Oct. 11-42-4f. .- ti
THE WBITE MAN'S PAPER.
THE NEW YOR DAY L
A first elass weekly paper, in favorof the Con.
titution as it is, and the, Uniones it was.
The Day Book is nit reprinted from a d)aily,
ut is made up armly for 'weekly circulation,
ith a careful suminary ofr4he ne from 11 ti
it and alparts of the Wo with N -rket
eports, Agricultural, Finance,.Literature, Ac.
TERMS CASH-IN ADVANCE.
)necopy one year $ 2 00 vi
hree copies one year ? 60 1
ive copies one ye.r, and%one to the getter U
up of the cqb 10 00 t
ren copies one yer':, and one'to the getter b
'up of the club. 17 50 o
lwenty copies to ome'address 80 00 9
Old ubi 'bprs of the Day Book, throughw- V
hp South:-~ States,.will receive'th* value still c
lue then. by notifying us of their present post- p
ffice address. , -l
Send for a specimen cosy,- which' will be sent, tl
)ostage.free, on application. i
Address, giving post-ofice, county and State I
a fuli. tl
VAN EVRIE, HORTON & CO., a
No. 162 Nassau-treet, New York. i
For sale by il news dealers in citiesand towns.
Oct. 11. 42. *
THE -NEW YK NEWS.
Daily and Weekly-the NEW YORK WEEK
rYTEWS. a great family newspaper-Denj-uin
Vood, proprietor. A journal of politics, litera-C
ure, fashions,, market .and financial re'ports', at.
eresting miscellany, anid news from all'pats of "
h&world! 1It contains more re.dingniatte~rthan tl
ny othcr weekly paper. -New improvements in- ~
roduced--aen immense circulation determincd tl
n-the Int?,est, best and cheapest paper pub- '
shed ini New York. Single copies, 5 cets; one S
opy, one year,32; three copies, one year., $5.
0 ; five copies, one year, $8.75 ; ten copiCs, one
!dar, $17; and an extra cop to any club cf ten;
wenty copies, one year, $3 The Weekly hews
s sont to clergymen at $i.s. New York Bai'y ~
Vers' to mail subscritbers,.$lfl per agsnu; six
nnthis, *5.- For sale.by all newrs deniers. I
S pecT men co;nes of Daily and Week4? N&ewsl
Address Benj. Wood, B)ailyJ New. bullg, No.
9, Cit.y Hall Square, New York City.
, THE SOUTHERN ER,'
IPublished every Fridayst Darlington C. IL.
. C., by J:., Baowi. Term's of subselpion
o subscribers on onr books, $3,50; ..to new stqb
cribers. 84.. Advertisements pet- sqihare,. first
nsrtion, $l,50 ; each subse.quent insertion $1.
Advertisements not paid for in advance 's il be
ntinued until paid for, and be i'rgid accor
igly. -Transient adIxeitsemenits muist be paid '
or in advance. Adve.rtiseasents not marked for
certain niumber' of insertions, will he cgntinucd "
mtfl forbid, and chiarg.ed accr,rdinigly. ' -
oc. 11tf . -
[auensville Female College,.
'W'ILL -pnMonday, September 2.5. The
achol astic year consists of two Sessions
f twenty weeks, each. ,4:.
'uition in Primary department, per session$1 2.00
" Academy* - " 18.00*
" " College * . " t5.00 .
nidntal Expenses -" 1.00 J
gcon Piano, Melodeon, or Guitar " 25.00 .~
Te of Piano *5' .00) t
)rawing anid Painting - " 15'.00 h'
lordinig, including lights & washing " C2.50 -li
'ay.ments in advance, specie e- it" eq 81n. ti
tpply fo-Dr. Johni W. Simpson, Presidt of Bd.'
'rustees; or to ,FERDINAND JACOBS.
Sept. 6-37l-6t . President of Osllege.
Leadler for Sale.
[. HATE ESTABLISHED IN THlE TOWN OF
INEWBERRY, one of the bess. TANNERIES P
-the State, and have LEATHER OF ALL CE
EINDS FOR SAL2, -OR EXCHANGE' FOR
II~S AT MARKET PRICE FOS. CA$B. 1
Ell Tan,Dress and Finish Bides ion Shares of one
alf for the Other, or half of th~e Market-Value a
f the Leather at the time it is delirered. I will la
tirqpase Hides at the Highest. Cash Prices. I is
ril continue busluas* at the Bierfieg Tanpery, tij
e same as heretofore; ustil theflth dg of Nov.
ext, at which time my lease expires, unless I ar
all be able to Tan and remoin the.Sto, k in.t
ha yard.before that time. .All Hides oill be re- wi
ivid hereafter at the.New Yard. I hope al) who lii
ave heitetofore patronized me will.conifoue to C
0 so, and any otherse who may. feel willing. *,
'nse who have sent Hides to th~e Bierfiehd Tan-it
ry will receive theer Leather at may new yard. I
ae as good Corriert and Tanne:-s as are in the
ate. -I will Pur':hase or Exchange.Leather for.
allow and Bark at the Highest Cash Prices, if
Si 18 R, B. BOLMAN.
. Z. RoBsot, i
BAS NEsUIIED THE E
A'l' HIS OLD STAND, . d
IP4RTIOUL AR ATTENTION GifyEN,TO
re saleof (Cotton, Flour, Coin &c., -and from his
ng experienee he feel. .ojeu f giving sa4.
faction. -He. will alsoa&d to the RECEIV-.
(G and PORWARDIMG-BUSINESS.
St 2039 4 a -
As native Carolinians, -the -pue*abe'r will na,
rally look, to the interests of their ownS8tae,
d to that of th(South4 ;andas, citizena of the
nited Stea they will not be wanting .in the' ls
-oper amount of devotion suo~ respect for the
veral Government. Every-eff'ort shall be-ma,de pe
make the DAILY NEWS a first class neOWS
per, and in every'yay Wothy of the pa!tonage
uterms, for the pesent, will be at .the rate'
$10 per annum. SubseriptiGoereceivred fbt' 3,
and 12'mionths, payable in advance.
Postmasters and others throughout theo cound ,
ho r.y interest themselves in procuring ms
- ...:ii k.~ .tiiAm.A -tha ,i~i,oI nrn' ~anta~s' I
BY THE PRO VISIONA L 000EAYL 0
XECUTIVE DEP1&mNT C..,
ho and theo -
nt ret tea onV
~ta ortoteneaeote rs~h st
m stationedatthe Coist @S
rigadier.General Ames, commanoUg
esprn portion of the Staftbas the
emsation-p a-milUipoc fore j~1
iet of his co l , toat -
eme it& p r order a Aoa w-.n
unity ; and whesea it'
her military comi&nders
gto the aid and asAisODncW
tzn in suppressing erm
w; and whereae, alo, it aPpeS
hnson has saxsioned and au1horAd the PM
si'nal overnor of MWdWippi
milar forde in that.Stated has
ihfitary autithoies lere t-iVt*g" isk
thM e,, BEEIV~
1RRY, -Prwisi Govern of . he .f4e
outh Carolins, A prolia, orler a4n
ist thereshall e formed.and'orga
idical District one or e milkIW
> a hemo Polim, to act nder-And be
0 the military garrison of.such Dip$ in pay
mnting. crimes and the PUM, - *b
istrict. The compa of #4sp
Cin and-oree Lcu itghty me,sq.eV
wed over the.DistrictZ as to be eaily acoi
Le from.a'pointS where s0y'Aiss s'
cev. W4n the compnies are ftwA":' W
ill report# roigh their Captainkii t U
e6%ling, and to. o s as
ective court To d go
iei- orders. When arrestsh*VVy
iey will twri the off*em 030r to. e
iorities or bring them before thE PrGvoA est
[arshat for trial and punishment, enew8a
ie terms of agreement betwenh
ndGillwome,pUd myself*& :A
ieisa of the civiland nib&y
Dth Carolina. -
This police guart will be rekmtdy Isr es
anization, and,should be cooapwof *1
iscreet-perons of standing and *i t' -0!
)mmunitwho are wilhing to fender iiii.
ies prompihen the oeeauion
thought the b3* organii
!s throtghoat the Sage, Si b*ta a
try influrnee in preeein.
Spreventing crime- Te
at the're is a power, redy at .hsalt
eAnd bring them to jusGee. ILt.bteP
tat all gdod citizens will cheesisEy ar~
:rvce. 'It shol ee pot4e:or,ass ut1a, e
Done at Columbia, the day sad te
ated. . F. 2PZM.
B.~ order of the Provi.ional Governor.
W. H. 1EaTr, Eftate Secrtafy.:
W'.rhe Newsphpers througlgest t t*
Ml gire three insersions. Sept 1*3
Executive Departmenit R V
['BE Pro' idonarl Guvernor of Sout6 as.i*
E. has ajpuimted thie fo!oyinseUd*
'en as Spiecia&l Aids .or the, purpeseit
inn in- the dischia:ge. of his official~ -Eu-ti IV
alstucti!te the Stat4e and regetring het.t 1b'it
eri%il afid polit ientt iu'the Fee*twtJies:t
W ILIA M I. TRENHlOLM, cf Charlestonig~t.I
WADE HlA31PTO$;,Jr., or Coli&mbld
ROBERT'L. McCA W. of Yorkville.
WILLIAM HI. E.VAN>,.f Society i!
JAiE4 11-. BA RRiSON, of Andersoa ilfe
The above namp.d gentlemni sil
xnm1unicatef to theC ProiionaT ~
AMIN -FRANKIJK PERRY, alllTRm .
hich they may.deem advisable as te de.II
n of,the~ State, its citiaenp, the 60!d~ -
me police and military garrisons. ~~f
keise report to hi-n by letter, at Ihd& '
4, at Greenville Coert-House. -
By order of the Provisional .oeip.
Sept.. 2'l-0- . -
TIlE CERISTIAN IaNtL
~Y the First of Octoler, or sms a
ma niils are re-eiasheb
blication of the "HIT1
"CHIJID'S.LNDEX":I ban bees mr
. Price of "Indei,* per annan '
Price-of "Child's Iader," -
Money may be remitted at once, so Ui
naton is positive. Ily desire; isW geSs a
rge subscription list with whicli to .asd
me this prospectdis that asb.erIbeg,
e to forwrard their reaRttances.
It is my-intention to issee':fr4el
d no yains or expence wiil'be s~peied
t end. TEhe best writers and euirrispondst
1 be secured, and- the highietIgo~
rary talent will be given to the papeIw~t
lL'S PAIPEIP wilt be, profngst~ iletstad
d will, inevery ense, bciade t coelar to
-THE CHILD'S DELIGHT.
Mpneymay be sen by Erss ore~~~
by Express, at my .risk, if the esgese - -
sent me, op the resumption of muil -
My conrtection with the Era of5.
Co., is dislved,bu I yil. I m .
Mcon, Ga., where commnnic=ame ns is
gg* Carolina, Geirkfa aa4 Alabama
ily and weekly, will copy one 3014ont S
aug 26'645-44 -' -
A NEW S~o
:h saariay, eM~ -
.IN AUJGU0TA, 1.
SY THE FORMER 1!?m _ .
4X happy in being abe to__
anounoement. THE ~A5Uig rM
aed every Saturday. -
Subcpns ati :respe fUy &
c anDn.. -
Address J * ~t,~
~.10MUTI.EST. UTE s-g,ue
CBLILNENGSTRE, UP .A
AKES LEASURE in inf ' ing' hb gsw
t.tv -arm th.r h~ be. ~ .L