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THREE DOLLARS A YEARI] FOR TIE DISSEMINATION OF USEFUL INTELLIEME. [INVARIABLY Ix ADVANCE,
VOL. III. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1867. NO. 11.
EVERY WEDNESDAY M0"INING,
At Newberry C. H.,
By THOS. V. & R. H. GRENEKER,
ImBES, 3 PER ANNUM. IN CUtI:ENCY
Payment required invariably in advance.
Xarriage notices, Funeral ?nvitatior. Obitu
r[iw, and Communications subserving private
Daisresta, are charged as adverti-ements.
w. B. McKellar,
W ould most respectfully
state to the public that he has m oved in his
new rooms over Captain McFa1l's store, on
Main street, and can at all times be found
ready to do any and everything in his line
Mr. Edwin Jones will work at one-fourth
At the same e I would say to all who
are indebted to me, that they would find it
very much to their interest to call and settle
soon or they will be sucd. Feb 13 tf
URGED, by the many changes which
distress the community-anlvi_ which i
the fact that we have to nar caTh for everr
thing purchased-we are co:t to
publish the following terms anl.d col,Lu:is
upon which we propose to practice medicine,
For visit and prescription - - 810
prescription at office or in
the street - - - - - - - - - - - 1,00
" obstetrical cases (si:nple) - - 11
consultation - - - - - - - - -
" milage-per mile (day) - - 5
"t " " " (ntIht) -- ,0
Our terms are CASH. The "bove stated
reason, alone, forces us to insist upon this.
It is our intention to present bills, at the
termination of every case, for services
rendered; and no visits nor a:tention can
be expected from us afterwards, until the
amount of such bills is paid.
P. B. RUFF
0. B. M AYEi
G. W. GA R M ANY.
Dec. 12th, 1866.
WM. F. NANCE.
Colon Broke, Ba[kin and
Newberry, S. C.,
eyFIC! IN REAR OF GRIERSON'S DRUG STORE
Advances on Cotton to reliable houses in
Charleston, S. C., New York nd Liverpool.
Exchange on Charleston and New York
in suu,S as wanted.
For ENGLIsH ACCOUNT ENCLUSI VELT
W OO L,
Or Unshorn Sheep Skins.
Market prices paid in essh, or Cloth ex
WM. F. NANGE.
Offee in rear Grierson's Drug Store, New
berry, s. C.
dec 12 6m
On Charleston AT PAR, in sums as wanted.
On New York in sums of $100 and upwards,
remitted promptly to order.
Made on Cotton and other produce cotn
signed to reliable houses in
Charleston, S. C.,
New York. and
On liberal terms.
W\Vx. F. NANCR.
November 28 tf Agent.
FASHIONABLE BARBER and(
RESPECTFULLY announees to the gen
slemen of Newberry, that he has opened at
the old shop, opposite the Court Hlouse,
and next to Messrs. I. M. Suber & Co.,
where he will be happy to wait npon all in
the exercise of his profession. His objcCt
is to please the most fastidiouis taste, and
the keeping of his shop shall be al ter the
most unexceptionable style.
Shaving, Trimming, Shamtpooin:g, and
Xairdying executed in the most approved
S. R. CHAPMAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
KYEWBERRY<'. Hr... s.
Will attend to business entrusted to his care
fl7Offlce at Bookstore. Feb. 6
C. H. KINGSMORE
Is still at the old staind,
Prepared to Take
Ambr0types & Photogwrapl1
Cabinet & Life size Portratits.
From Life or any kind of Picture-. He wll
visit the country or a neighboring town to)
paint Porai:r. A clowly dr- as gaod -
The Bankrupt Bill.
WX hlave h CIo re as ai (ii 11 o tllt
lakrupnt bill a it 1a;-.i i let' -
t a fe,w dagOaf. :an( nti1
s:ll i the E1Il,. 1u1e 1 l'epresn
tatives. It is a douelllelt of sixtv
eig^ht .pag'es. and i'll e rvfore of far
too great lentlh for our colum1ns;
but. inl view ot tle imjort:an(e O
the il e"asure. we have prepared
the Ibllowil' aib'.tract of its eon
Se.1. Cl(othe the Uniited' states
)istrict Courts with jiiiictioni
in cases of bantiikruitey.
Sec. ._. (ives Circuit Courts of
the United States i general superin
ten(dence a1 juriisdietii 1n, an1 au
ti"'rizes them to act as cou1rts of
See. 3. P'ovidS 1t r the ap1 int
Im1elt he the diil'ct <Urts of One
4'ir nlre reLgi't eris i ll I ii k rl1 It cv
(11' C h ()ilres' ill district. to
a ist It e ju gillte.
.t . 4. I I)cilel t le )ilwes of
the reite n akrpcyt
nllaie o a,jlci"ati (I of . ;ilk rll11(" .
tO secuIe t1he t r11d'elr (1 any
b_anikruplt, tO ad1 iii'terI c'atls, taiie
proof (to debts. etc.
Sec. 5. Alitht)rizes the j udg _e of
the district courts to direct thme at
tl(lalice of tile relister at sull
places as they may deemIlP 1ropel r
ant njI \l\wer tile nlLes to re
move the regist r anl till vacanl
t l .
>ee. . Autoirizes suitors toap
pyal irlm tie registers to t' jud
g'S in1 CaesC f di1pI as to the
:!.See. 7. Provides for com pu)llsory
attenudance of parties and WitnesS
v ees. 8, f. anld 10. Providies fori
appeals and1 precribes rules of
See. 11. Prescrilbes the method
of availinlg of the aet.
Ainv debtor w"hose ldebts, prova
ble under this act, amounting to
over iliree llund red d(ol1lars. luay
pietitionl thle district judgiLe ofi his
distrieit, statiing is inssilveney,. his
w\lilingness to surirenider is estate1
andl a schedule undler i athI of his1
debts andhi cred16 1 itr's. with the
niatur of 0 the debt it fll.I. and :I an
iventoryV. a1li under oathI. of his]
as-et'-. >iich pet iion shatl Il e anj
act of 1aupi~'i1t y, andl the })eti1
tienerCi he adjudgiLedl a hauikrupit.i
Th e jiudgLe shall thlereupon11 issuie ai
warrant. 'r thle r'eister' it ilhere I
theL United Stat es miarshal of said
the necessaryV nilKrS. to wit: 1.
That. a warrant ini bank rup}t cy has
been issued. 2. That ail paymen~lt
oft d.ebts to Such debtors are for:
bidden. 2. ThIat a meet ini if thle
eredlitors to prove\' del is an 4 'ou lse
assigLnees, will be lheld ini a counrt
of laulkrnp})(e 11<) less thain ten
nor1 mlOrec tinl niniety days after
1iluing (if the warrant.
These not4 ices ate ti be publdished
in a nie wppe and~I'Ut served oni
>ee. 12. Provide.. fir a nieCting
0I creitors, at, whiich a reoister
See. i1 Pescribes that the ma
1(rity in iiterest oft theC credAito r.
shiallt choose one or mfore ass5igneest2,
who110 if appr)ioVedl by thejuge
shall he quiahitied (il giving hond.11
See. 1 1. Directs that the jud'e
(o I> i'i tllre bs nO (i osine'inhtres
t he register ) shlall (tinvey to I lie
assiLtnee or assigLlices thle elit ir(
real and per'sonial e5tatie of tihe
iankru}'t. huiii lr(ii 1lbis assigni
Uilellt arc eNeellteli llousell<'id an
hi tellelltoi u iiture. alldi su l ol i llt er
articles as the assignece may i ndh
cate otexeeutlino' live llnI e
:eiC <>Ot lle lian ruptl
iis Unlit; i fr allf armls, andi ai
in >m atail lmeiCA or le'V\ I n t
h i St ite laws.
>'e(s. 1.1 I. 7. 1 *. PrieMHnt
r ,.s S ndI po'j'. an 1
Sec.. 19. AnthorZs cel'ditolrs to
assert and prove any cOingeni LC1it
cIin they mI1av have agai nst the
hallk1'lupt as drawer cIIor"seI'
surety, hail or g1a1rantor, or as ten
Se. 20. Pro)vide' for set olis in
all c"ases f' pr "t, ab1le c laims1.
See. 21. Prohibits any credit
ors of the bankrupt from sueing
him after he avails himself of the
See. 22. Provides the method of
lr'ovmngs claimls-t hat is by preiu
eilln lt'al evidence before any reg
ister in his district. or, if the credli
tm'r is a n1oll-residtent, before a tni
ted States coinilissioner.
Sect ions 23. 24, and 25. Pe
s)ects details of practice in the
're2selttt in al(i puoot' of claims.
See. 10. A\ut lorizes the examin
atio;. 1f lie b ankrupt on oath .y
Ie courts, as to his debts and as
4et . anl requires his wilc to at
tein<l an1 1ive evidence ifnecessarv.
Sec. 27. Prescribes that eredi
tors who prove their debts shall
ie aike. cexept that \wage. to
al allount not ex(C'ling fttty uol
lars, for service pr'1oiir'im1ed in the
pr(eeding, six months, shall be
paid in full.
Se'. 18. Prevents the priority
>f deb ts.
Sec. 29. Allows the bankrupt.
lfter six montlhs firom the adjudi
a'ution of b_ankru1pt cy o'r if no debts
A' assets within sixty days, which
h (urt, af'ter dte not ice. shal1
rant. it' the I ankr1upt has honest
v exhibited his c"ondiitioI.
.). . Pr'olibl its a second bank
'upteyc-, un1l.ess by consent of ered
tors, except wihere the assets
tilnount to seventy per cent. of the
se(es. 31 to 35. Concert details.
ironlolnce aailst frauds, and the
See. 3O. Provides for involun
:arv bankriptcy, (leelaring that
m11 abscolndilg debto a debtor
Alio makes ass iICmentS to defraud.
iinst whiom1 an unsatisfied exe
'-it ion for' over' One hunlfdred( dollars
t and. who makes an assignment
o give pr'eference to spe('ial creul
(Irs. 0or wh'o has suspenided for'
ouriteenI days the pavyment of his
-)mmerlcial papers, shlll. on the
ue. tliin of anmy criedIitor, be ad
uged a hanukupt.
Th'iie remaniiill L se't ion1s, eleven
i nubr prescrie the proceed
oi's in1 5m as and the var'ious
cs and co(St s.- /rul'/iul.
So'METnl N<; TIATI O)ccl'RRED.
ni 1e8 a couple we re logally mar
'ed ini this city. and for' two longL
nont1his livedl to'ether'l as manu and(
ife. wvhien thiev hee:unel sat isfiedl
hat ther 1had( miade a mistake in
iing their f'or't umnes for life. Wit h
)tt any formal divorce, t hey mu
ualyx agri'eed 10 seperate, and fr'om
hat t imen theiy ('01ntiiued to live
s it' they had never been married.
'hti A ime ago Leai sntela
xith I thle attr'actionms of' t he chiarm
ng ra5s-wido0w, and becamie a
uiter for her hear't and hand.
t'ings wor'ked' favorably for the
ne'css of hiis courtship, and last
.rdav t hey' were mariedC(, thle
ormer01 husl and acting as waiter
t tile wedd(ing. -Peter'sbury E -
A WXisconisin oflicial who had
irest ed a co(up~le of ras('als, was
-iding~ with his pr'isonlers when at
rairie chiickeni made its appear
mel(e. andl the ofhicer drew his re
elqe amnd f:red two or three shots
i. it. Oine of thle prisoners sug
estecd that he could (10 better,
ni the revIlver was handed over
o himi. The pr'isoner, howeveri,
lid not tryi' his skill on the chlick
n, b ut p resenited lie shoot ing
r'on ait t lie ,Iicer and( -bI acked off,"
eving 5 the(. oti(eer to (ogit ate~ oin
lie "'uncrtaint v of man.' and to
-eturn in ius prisoners and a $20
Arch~deacon Mcarron is dlei.
Mrs. Swenzro Shot heri hushand at a ia! im
ew York. Cause jealousy.
Ex.Gov. Brown, of Georgia,urges the r00'
er f. tht .t:ct accc'pm the einuain
Spice for the Ladies.
The usual dullness of At1hens.
Ga.. was ellIVenlieed the other (day
by a womanllal Vhiippi1ng her llish alul
thliroulh tthe streets with a large
A g;entlemn:111 in Caliioriia hav
ilg iade a lady a pre.sent of a pair
of pistols, after several trials of
skill, they concluded to go through
the forms of a duel. They took
their positions, fired at the word,
and, to the terror of the lady. the
gentleman fell. lle thlrew her
self franticallv upon the corps.
embracilig and kissing it with eve
ry emotion of en(learlment. 111
(ler suc(11 magical iiifluence the
genltilnan revived, and rose un
hurt from the trroln(l. and-and
-ther are to be married.
A you lad in Texas who ad
vertised for a husband, says she
can talk philosonhy , well as
rock the eradle.
Startlin; toast : 'Woman-t he
morning star of inifanlcy-tlhe day
star of manhood-tlIe eVeiig
star of age. Ptcs o;ur star:.
At a printer's festival the follow
ing was ole of the toasts : -
men--econd oIIly to the pr1ess in
the dissemination of the nevs.
A Cotel.mpor:ary sugg"ests that a
lady, on put ting1i On her (rsets. i1
like a manl who drinks to drown 1
his grief. because in so-lac'ing her
self she is getting ti,rht !
If a pretty woman asks vou
\vhat you will bet, a>sw\ver that
you will lay your heaul to hers.
A young and beautitul gi INri was
one day asked : Do tell me why
it is Cupid Con1tilnueS sO long after
the invenitioni of powder to use ar
rows ? To avoid the report of
fire-arms, wvhich would attract thei
In the Virginia Legislature last
week a resolution was introdnced
to tax bachelors for the support1
of widows alt old maids left with
out protection by the wari'. Good !
Miss Violet Bii1r is said to be
the prettiest girl in Washingi ton.
An exchang.e says she has thle
tiagrance of a rose-h ud alnd I lie
flu)destyV of a violet. and is to b e
A man in .ll)etroit advertises for
a partner in thle nuiirsery businiess.
f lie wants a wife, why hasn'mt he
he maniniiess to say so?
ITusiN(; Boys.-AX hly wh Iose
iamne we dIlii ot learn. hiving' near
Bamiiberg South Caro~l(linaI. ')ave
irth. a few days ago to four chi1
iren,. all 1 oys. and dloing ais well
s could be expect ed. Bill Ar
tated s ome ime since that thle
()mnn of thle Soui h were go('"
o raise boy chili Irenm. and this is
ertainly a god b)eg3innhing".
Woimen is a deltusion ; hut men
ill hug delusions.
A young lady dlown East adlver
ised for a young imain that ''em-1
raced anh applortuity," and says .
if lhe will com4e over to our' to snfl
e cnn (10 let teri.'
Warr A PIm: \ oMNs is LuK.
A finte woman is l ike a locomot.ive.
hecauiise she draws a t raini after
i, scatteris thue sparks anid tran
sports the males.
A paper asks very innocently it'
t is any harm to sit in the lapse
)f ages. Another replies that it
l depends on thle kind of ages Se
eeted. Those fr'om eighltee to
wenty..five it puts dlown as extr'a
Our youn g friendls-and l on es
0o--who are an xious to learn.
owv many wveddhings a married
'ople may lawfully have will be
pleasedI to know that one yearn af
er1 marr'Iriag(e comeis t he paper~"
.edd in g ;five vear's aft er mariage.
he woodhen webdding : Iten yeair,
hl' tin wedding : w'enity-live t
ears. thme silver wediiin g ;fifty
ears. the goldeni wedIding: -even
-tive years, thle (diamond wed
Tbc ree nt :narre of Mr. Iay with
iss Fiel'd r.ent:o this singular arn m' y
hat, altiiough he gaiaed the !!hl1, she
The Vision of Confiscation]
which Frightened Reverdy
The sudden and astounding sup
port given b y 1ll every' .1olhnson1 to
Sherman's Bill is at last explained
le discovered, it is credlibly
stated. that it was the purpose of
the next Coigress. which is ten
fold more relm)rseless, violent and
proscriptive than the present. to
press the passage of a whole-sale
confiscation bill if the p)resent plan
of reconstruction fails. le quailed
before the revolution of this M A
och spirit. and the vision of contis
cationi and begr"arV of millions of'
his Countlil vmei ext orted from Iim
tile reluctant support of aln infa
m11ousi5 meare11l'C. le saw an Un1
aned. nol le and defeated sectibn
)owelleSs. in the grasp and at the
mIereVot an Uinfeeling toe, more re
morseless t han G oth. Ium. Iles
sianl or Turk. andl he mnadle. as he
ielieved. a tiimely sacrifice of opin
io to save a people whom he
loved, andi for whose wrong"s his
There may-il be men cast in un
LISual andc heroic moulk, designed
.loibtlees by God to play the part
> tmartvrs. who find in this con
lulet of Mtr. .Johnson1 'utficienlt
o not. It !, t i xl ianati'lil of the
l'e:SUi II'r ti rerdy .1ltitson s
.hang, 1e is true. we think he has
omilt ted one of those sins which
he '-Reeor(ing. Ang-el will blot
ut with a tear' for the weakness
f a gienerous heart, when the
Hooks of the Chaicery of Heaven
re (pen for the final balaneing of
ill cart hlv accounts.
The S>oti has been scourged
:erribly enough for all sane men
o pray that contiscation. that last
Za I vial of Apocalyptie wrathI shall
ot 1) poured upon our heads.
fhe world is suflcien ly full of the
les of the heroism of this blight
( and im)poVerishe(l section. for
is in the moment of extrene peril.
o wish to protect our wives, our
hild ren. andI ou r desolatedI tire
ides froni the hoirroirs of absolute
est it ution. Secure a.' lhe is ini his
wn l itfe al h)rope't ro th
nalee and the ureed of the mod
rni Gohs the mnenaed South'
houd sulrel v lii with eb Iiarity
a the excuse wh ichl the ti-iend.s (It
ort of tlie ''Slerlman Ill." < rate
ly remuenmbering that ale gcen
s during2, the wvar. and his heroic
II t'equient dlenouneIiat ii ( thle
miraes on the South fromi his
eat ini th~e Senate, we r'egret thatlI
r'c siioild hlave premua 'ilreI y de
i uncedI himn to our readeirs ihri
-leblinig to the dlictates of a heart
nll of kindness for uls.--RfCifunod
EuIIm: i3[:x.--T--hie Rich
nond D4pj,'h says oni this subl
e't :Shiould thle worst happen
r th1is State, and a port innt of' our
i izen s who have served in puNl'Iie
m res h e rendie red in eligible, it b e
'0mes2 a mat ter of in terest to conli
iler who arue eligible and how l lie
mportant officest~ are likely to be
illed. H[aving looked about someW
vhat, we feel quite c'heered( to find
o many capable persons still left
o take charge of public affairs.
ie think. ourselves, that when
ie j)prope time arrives for selee
ion. if we onily manage rightly.
bre will 1be no want of repre2sen
ative men for' this State. We
nay e t roubledl ab out Congr'ess.
f we ever gett he privilege of rep
esentat ion there. We think with I
ie Disp&'fh. that one advantagei
hih mflay grow" ou 0t I f disfranchise i
neut will lhe the br:inging into ac- I
in a number of Vlyung men, whot
ae botih enerigy and hope to
ake the places of' sonme who have
ttle of either hope or energy.
le men we need now are men of
pit and' con udence in t heir abhi
y to w\orkc out a prosperous muture1
r hcir count rv.
Artomus rerc eitn.otlth
For Ladies Exclusively.
We "rise upon a pCrsonal exida
It has been gently intimated to
us that certain of our lady readers
were startled by our mention of
stocking suspenders. Their deli
cate sensibilities were shocked by
the audacity of such a liberty
such an invasion of the holy of ho
lies of woman's attire.
We have two or three things to
say about it.
1-We thought we were giving
infbrmation that was valuable.
2-For the last six months our
unsophisticated and uninitiated
eyes have been opened wider and
wider as one -tyle of' tiltereens
after another revealed more and
more of the mv'steries of woman's
under-garments. At first we con
sidered these disclosures as acci
dental and accordiuglv we shut
our eyes and walked on faster.
But style after style, lift after
lift-from gaiter-boot to stocking.
and from stocking to fancy elastic
garter with ornamental tassel
the mol') was tCndIfl towarls the
extreme that suggested the idea
that clothes were worn for the
purpose of uncovering as much as
possible of the human form divine,
(or otherwise. as the case might
chance to be.) So that. in the end.
even our hitherto unsophisticated
minds became open to the convic
tion that all these nether beauties.
so mercilessly thrust upon public
attention upon the public streets.
were designe(l and desired by their
fair exhibitors to be sCn. We saw
them accordingl,v as did also the
rest of mankin(d. We thereupon
took occasion to speak of some of
these nether details of di ess in a
direct war, so as to caution (Iur'
lovely tiltareen-wearers that, un
less they meant for these things to
be "seen of all men," they must
wear their graceful glories in some
other style. This delicate sugges
tionl was designed by us for only
the few extremists who had ig
nored the bright eunug glances that
have leamned ini their wake at
every stree t-cor'ner for the last
:---Those whoi comment most
upon our] item, we have one or two
reasons5 for' knowing. are they who
have worn the veritable over-shot
hi gh - pres.-aure- pcrp indtienhl r -dum
pl ex-andc -er'ythi ng-ex hibiting-n e
plsura tiltar'een theumselves.
[(I (ol '.r IEr//.ie En~ p 4r1r.
ViHERE IS TIHE q;ER1 ?-We
have of' inte been receiving a great
numnber of papPers f'roa New Eng
and1(. In looking ov-er them we
very often find( something exceed
ing by (elever. This for instance:
One paper says :"WXe have
had the l?epublican victory--now
where's the nligger1 9"
T.o which another "goe's in' at
he following rapid r'ate:
(0 to your' store, andl you get
trom eighteen to t wontv-five cents
vor1th of ingg~Ler' in (ev(ry vardI of
nuslin yoUu' i romi ten to fit
een ('entIs w or' th (If'1 nigger ini eve
'y- yard of1 calico your' wife and
-h ild renunse ; fr'om six to eig'ht
lollars w-orthi of inigger~ la cac'h
>arrel of flour your family con
~umnes ; twenty-five cents worth of
ligger in each pound of coffe you
m)rehaSe ;pfrom eight to t welve
ents worth of nigger in every
>ound( of suga' you buy to sweet
~n it ;you'll find a small bit ofnig
;er in your box of matches, and
.'onsiderable niggerC1 in y-our pi
f tobacco. You eat nothing, wear
ling, see nothing, taste noth
ng, or have nothing, that is not
aore or less affected be the mnisera
le niggerism that has controlled
he c'ountryV since "Old Abe"~ left
pringfield for Washington.
A letter writer says that South
lorida is destined betore many
ears to teem with the ichest
Vest India product ion.
The Pararna ste.amer w'hich arriver1 at
~ex York on the 19ith brought a sirgle
at of golel valued at over 900,(000. It
s aiit bak ike a "Tt Ofyel2eW "soap."
IN A TIGHT PLACE.-At L-.
on Sunday evening. fatigued by
his long journey. a wagoner and
his son John, drove his teani into
a good range. and determined to
piass the Sabbath enjoying a sea.
son of worship with the good folks
of the village. When the time of
worship arrived. John was set to
watch the team. while the wagon
er went in with the crowd. The
preacher had hardly announced
his subject before the old mah fell
sound asleep. lie sat against the
partition in the centre of the body
slip; while just against him, sepa
rated only by the very low parti
tion, sat a fleshy lady, Who seem
ed tll-absorbed in the sermon.
She struggled hard with her feel
ings. until unable to control them
any longer. she burst out with a
loud scream, and shouted at the
top of her voice, rousing the old
man, half awake, who thrust his
arm around her waist and cried
out very soothingly
-Wo, Nance !:wo: Nance wo !
Here John, cut the belly-band,
and loose the breeching, quick, or
she'll tear everything to pieces t"
It was all the work of a mo
ment, but the sister forgot to
shout, the preacher lost the thread
of his discourse. and the meeting
come prematurely to an en'd while
deeply mortified, the old man
skulked away, determined not to
go to meeting again until he could
manage to keep his senses by re
A contemporary heads an article
on "tilters," "Shocking Diselo
sures." He probably meant "Stock,
A kiss, says a French lady, costs
less and gratifies more than any.
thing else in existence.-Exchange,
That's so, and we are surprised
that our girls havn't found it out
before now. If they will call at
our sanctum they can have a
chance to test the matter without
money and without price.-Bran
T he FederieM 'urg Ledger says :
"We undlerstand there are no less
than twenty-two beautiful and
educated marriageable girls at.
Port Royal. and noit one mnarriage
The Galveston C'icilian, P-eferring
to the immigration of freedmen to
Texas. fromn Georgia, say.s: "Wo
would rather see one sober and
inustrious white man come to
Texas, thtan forty thousand freed=
St. Louis has 24 newspapers.
W. W. Gates, of the West Tennia
Whig. is the oldest living editor in
The Central Texas Record dis
with the departure of Mfaximilian,
a large immiigration to Texas of
the better and wealthier classes
of Mexicans nmy be expected.
Ther is a 'waterfall" in Cali
fornia two t houisand feet high.
Th is would be largze enough for
the head of navigation.
It makes one's moVuth water to
r'eadI of thme low price of the "good
things of this eart h," away out on
the fringes of civilization,
Who are the dishonest pcople
Hardware merchans-they sell
iron, and steecl fdr a living.
A Baptist elergyman, in San
Francisco, Rev. H. A. Sawtelle,
has come out for open comnmunion,
and drawn a large congregation
T he i\e England Dry Goods and
Clothing Reporter, a newspaper
started in this city a few weeks
since, has been suspended for wa.nt
The 3Mobile Ga:ette, published
iv Ex-A dmiral Semmes, has ceased
The Baltimore evening Tran,
gript in conseqjuence of bard times
The Rurc' Sodre will not
me published-those who subscrib,
ad wii! be retiundad