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NEWBERRY, S. C.
*iaei&y Mer Ing, eotober 2, 1867.
b ples, ; , o year. . - . i
rim doples. ose year aad it espy to
gurp of etub, . ---
,.pim, one year and extra espy to
paw up of club, . . -
Strictly n adtance.
s mark~ deaotes the-eepiration of sub-.
.rge*oe, and the ppec wHil be discontinued
adertisetdents cash in advanee.
Mok must be paid for on delivaq.
ce tim d}o with
tt eebre pleae snotice ihe
~h,~3id e aeodiggi - -a
he will be found the
fit pa of a very in erestinG story. . It
d' in oir next. Mo'n't
n$~ ii eswrv4 ths aper
jW f iext;ai read ioer.
* iwf s ayaet gne every
er oott ics ispc"ulations,
dfaswHi drive awaq enfiiske
0 -c " a i
oods ry;a3w tss e g, at I
ts he ader. visit -Coumbr '
*smoikr iberewe kaIete4tir>"et
- t aii beus a6Niieuo1f. - L.
imaw4, 4u Main street. LI.,- to4 is
is .h titit of w~Gcm papWr
"- ; -als $tr if" is.
ai eglij t.s nv
ae inerests of the. swe
- y suained.Sub
TuB2.$S pei ananann.: .., -r.
- n !m talay, for Otllr,s
C.mbaies "o Forton g *Iu q by.
- Nr Gyugene bensen ; "Jd
S.Scranton ; "The PoWtes
or.79erdiket'$6y frs .R.
e *priceof thAgt s $3 50,a
pisiTo6. - -
6. ~ w sueg
'UrWges t2ieatec to assassi,matg.Bstn.
MStest seCooma ek&y it.ngraesmd
ppg4 est a~Nb.h In jary...gite
- - Q - giets -n
Casuy:.e lat'sdes-Of pQrts trel
aeb hmispb45elittieSal asWit
year ; toiK pde. ta iee on
* y t and~
~~Ie ~ Skices cepe~ nce
* ~5 jeau!iein a shieb 4he Go)v.
eqsideabIly ripd. He is ahead of
i aptemiem ssbat. His endersement
M egsesdesate' adinistration, -is
A Notga Buasisss.-The Advertising
ynfGeo. P. Rowe!! & Co., No. 40
Pjk liar, N. Y., furnish regularly from
.ong:;o three columns of advertising to
p ~early one-half ot all the Newspapers in
~he Eastern, Middle and Western States.
'ie Causr4 steamship Java recently made
tp.e~oss tile Atlantic-from Boston to
inetwn"--In 8 days and 21* hours. The
fastest on record,
XM0 estimated total valne of all the crops
baroeghout the .SQUth the present year, is
Among the noticeable things are these
That all men speak well of all men's
virtues when they arc dead, and that
tombstones are marked with the epitaphs
-of good and virtuous. Is there any par
ticular cemetery where the bad men are
I have noticed that the prayer of every
selfish man is "to forgive us.our debts,"
but makes every body who ores him
pay to the uttermost farthing.
The National Intelligencer says the
.prospeec, is, that gold will advance till
some time in October, when cotton wil
come torward for shipment.
EFemale gymnnasties-j umpi ng at an
. We believe it.
KrThy ,repressible conflict is coming.
believe that Mr. Johnson will get up
ne're enough for the occasion when it
s itsailf. The N Y. correspondent
o"the ast t O weeks a great- excite
n ibta'bs eiraed both here and ie
autn s fi st riinng to fevcr
iteat 1he eeluo is eien deeper than
its expression., which is low er.ough, and
reflecting men begin to see breakers
The long delayed though long threat
Fved -ceui.e---between the President,.
res.pecti; g law, order and the Gonstitu
tinft, anzd the ru1up Congress, respecting
retolution and negro rule, has come at
last, anzthe weakest most go to- the ,
Such is the belief here, and the opinion j
is-vapi<cy gaining ground that the Pre-i- 1
dMtt i not one of tha..eairest, and .that i
if he possesses the nerve of Anl: ew Jack- 1
saon-and nsiits "peaceably, if be can- i
.drci1 ly if - he must," that the "Union N
st and shaA be :preserved," . that be
can arde,ill p.reserve..it against the only
di.cunionists in the e'ouDtry, the corrupt 1
A1 fitraic- crew led by Thad. -Ste,ens,
Snner, Wade. and-Batler. -
-'he reditlS are in a frenzy -of r' 1
aiidi tc a ese the mgerin h'ors 1
wich give the Preidtent the 'ontrol -f
oIelst natikiiNoveniber _
The: pegulir verdict against thma- in .
A-Car.necLigt, K7tucky1 Maptans a
Clifornia en d fie e'lctions, has. but I
rendered the:nm desperatc and.iiice
"If vilence-is needed to carry -out the}t 1
-srewoutiatrr progr>iRme, Ahey-are ted
& resaort.t it-, enless ther se t_'ttr4ee
4. . by, force. "Tben .witi the I
ruec insatis otfie bea. of-ptey, whp ,c
is eve as. cowadly ,as it is erel, they I
n ill eoiibefoiE the h'nd tha LfT'. s 1
.~r rs sct. - =-i
The Spartanm Spartan " 'iew Df
er yry .insfrucinor fthe'We
troller, to cb!ket instanter en a tax
es tioAq .io iT7 jas . .
f : rw.kth Sumter) 'ateh afl
. + Eof i.ha digri'cet. .h s .te
eCt9 ;r!A* 0try itr tit s fron thg
oh;Tr olle. ene:a to.cel#ec[ fo rthi' h
upon1[P?tri'!- r erins bodged ih his
e eA:.t.bikhnJ 6ompelled to pru-o
eeed .meltindly against. al defendants.
Muclt4ac1e 1. w ay be - sased, h ,
vcer, by'proat Ltentin to~the matter,
ures the parties to pament, stnce
There is 'o oiger any discretion wih~
hin: "MSicKIrn .order -a this; aVibe
gires n !Lpom 1 is'n outrage do' the
people. Wa paesomne that a- portion af5
the goodI citizens- of Spartuburg, like
ll4 tbese,of Serpgr, haveznot paid' theira
taxes, and.1iost. of them because- they i
were uttedvy da i1e to get.meney. Three.i
er four we'eks hence our 'people couhF
eg1rn ormise a'littie mdiayto :'a the i
idoi-bitnt and cruel taes.now, thb a'n-i
leet eterity, grnd -ithou mitation I
under the extreme poverty of. ourw pea- 1
pIe anJ -the prece nted searcity of 1
mone demanded,of them.. 2What ditde i1
property they may .have, perhaps a
cndeact oflJand, armere t<ifle, to pay -.
a?few dolTes to the State.. Nodoububte i
ha Sftate'eve,'laenf. '96
-Igngns,s- w4.d&s thousaftds anld-th'oi
41sd foheerdiraf w h ae ben
ir ' ' ..eap4 and years for 11Iebd
jus y de to z&e adfor value.rece.Ted;
which is Liot alnyythe ca'se ite~
is.ptter of taxes, w hjcb' ate "frnse~tspes
stifdish.andrujsty regora of
stgae.7hi-he g ?aamtuar le
4lares-4tt hlui as.,uo discretion, n -the,
sraatter, ptt4is prders,are perapptory,
consiquen.tly any rigout (hat ma~y be
6sedin collecting the taxes- eangg~t be.
ebarged to the Tax (oUectorsnrr. v the
SheIaf. -But we Godd asig kibere in
.la. there no one athorized to represen.t
the State of South .Jarlui&-ty stay. the
hand of the Sheriff or Ta%. CoMeter,
when og of her acts by -iged inufuree
nint, is to break at> auf utterly - r.io- ~
drive them and the ebhidren (cern -tlh-i
-h.mtble honxes, to-seek merofand shelter
amng sragerst' .
The Sher'iffs ari ordered by ihe (Oozp- 9
troller, who in turn -is inistruetedig. Hiis 4
EictTeay,;or.most ereetlen~ . overnor, I
who s'sy that the ease is Erg'et he
T-reasr hbing'"depXettid:' The etan is
tos are1rU giaszt thmwIsus -pockets
areina a)tike onf."deplietion? Heave'J
help the, poor people. - - .
CAs~TI.4ds MfostL -ClRctUS AN~D YAN
Aunsvder's 'MVdSOERIE GoMBIY'floN
Wegresume there are few people in the
tirdni who are ziot aware that this "big1
sow'',is .coming to Newbeiry for one
ey,4 October 8._ The little folks are in
ligb glee over the anticipated 4delightsI
in store for themr, and all amusemont
seekers are on the qui vive for the oc
casion. The establishment is a large one.1
The circus company is composed of some
of the best riders, acrobats and gymnasts
in the profession; in addition to all of
whom Mademnciselle Pauline, a beautiful
and accomplished ~einestrenne from
Paris, will make her A merican debut here,
and will undoubtedly create as great a
flutter aiong our young men as she has
among les bon enfants of Paris for the
past two seasons. Little Minnie, the
"Child Wonder," the rNst petite per
former ever before the public, will also
appear here. Dan Castello, in addition
to his freaks in motley, will introduce<
his wonderfully-trained Russian horse
"Czar," and his school of educated ani
male. The menagerie is comprised of a j
coijection of rare and beautiful animals, (
many of which! will be novelties here- I
and ~Prof. Bal will enter th'e den of Van1
Amburgh's perii;rmning lions, and go ~
through a series of remarkable feats, in- I
luding feeding them with raw meat a
from his hands.
A Nuxubee county, Mississippi, icor
respondent, gives an account of a radical
meeting called by threc negroes and three
white men, which the negroes were in
duced to attend by the announcement
that their registration tickets would be
void if 'they remained away. A white p
speaker at the meeting promised them a
the mules of their employers, anid then
took up a subscription- to bear his ex
penses to the general convertion at Jack- t
-on He collemtei o,- no0.
EDToR OF THE HERAILD : The follow
ing communication from the Unionville
runes of the .20th inst., expresses so well
te sentiments of more than 'nine-tenths
> the people- of this District, that we
sk. ybu to-pnbUsh it. Let every -ai
rho will hate a vote in the coming elec
iob. read-it, and look about for suitable
nen who will carry out the only remedy
or relief-(or the people of
REPUDIATION vs. HONESTY.::
Some parties- desiring to force the
)aywent of old debts, have- become sud=
lenly afflicted with .a moral mania, and
ry mkt "save your honor, i. e., pay, all
roar debts, although it tnay. make pau
)ers of every man,- woman and child in
bhe State. Let the lawyers havea chance
.0 fatten. AlthopJi tive millions of dl
ars.are added. to thn debt." After be
ng robbed by the Bank of the State, an4
)y:all the privata.banks legaxized by the
,egislature, the poot debtor-: must be
ioeut I A fter' tgsw-indled'uLf all
is, bard earnings during_ the war, by
,eafederate Bonds and shin-plasters, the
io# debtor must be honesti After
rl his. slaves have been liberated by
oce-; on the - faith of ' hich -all 'tbse.
ebts were contracted, and the two great
oaries in the contest-swept through the
iewbfte county, burning,. wasting
and destroying every t.biug tt- th.eir path,
em,a,the jWoplu nothing bat a: Jittle
rove out ind -for subsistence, the poor
lebtor must ie' honest I -Now, all this
dk is'tw de, bosh, fistiian. It. won't
o to telVtMTr to-give op af ,to clamorous
iytoks wbc are seekingctheir pound-of
lesh, tiot'caring if the beart -strigs are
>r ken in tearing it out for. their satts
aceion. Neither will it.be right.o.open
p the dead law of.tbe.past. "Old things
we done away ,~arid all things have be
:oeaew." Open up the-:. flood-gates of.
aw, amid you drive two-dt'ififor pop
tlation, irihed f1lm- the &te, or
ea've them to be supported~as 'popers
Talk abuut honor, when the wbole
)eople and Goyernment are corrupt and
lcn,oraelized !' A high wayman .night as
rel talk about ionr, who has -obbed
Lard tr Wedhis victim,' leaving bim
ted itWtead, saying, "yof be virte
its.ai -honest hereafter,-and do net re
ist. a- bonest- hghwayman,;wheq be
v*ntsa-little means to take a breez'
If ever a people 1ere justified in repn
iating their debts, the -itizens, of the
loathern States are. Ai .hont- -men
ill pay accordng ttabiltjfbitt tat no
A se'fingfir ciMorredit Jicksonr,
oiess0eisse p eek hg.T &iqad
I miiitia galled upub: Msajor Uftemas,.
ii ex-rebel effieer: and' dry-goods mer
sant,e.demanding - a surrenderiof4bis
ma.s.-Fo pecesake, and in '-iew .of
ojperior lbree, he gave up hie pistol,,.his
aly a-eapon. .He.accompanied, the act
rta emeestrmnce; 1ut was immnediate
$re4 dhei seson 1t. he -time sd
thbe militia refuised, to forreioddr the6m.
A. ody of United States troops.was tele'.
Sfor and aruived. A t lastt.aq,e
II 'iion,bet ween themu and th1 tii
ppeared imnineot.. - - - -
''s 1sisn.-w Arceka from to
lij~the ShtO of'.Pennsylvanaia, Ohio
ad Indiana hold their afnust MIections,
1e this time 'upon- 3tses - neYe:r af. ye
esented to the peoi-lc. Both. D)emo
sazs'and RAdicals are orkitgbir'd for
heir repective tiekets, a'nd from rece.nt
ermation, frear) all entire1, reliable
0eree, h,foinier peigedconider
Lt ahead in the race thus far ii Peen
lwania, wfie in Ohio they are making
e ar&trurggle to- overeome" the udds'
gainst themn,-bat tha 'chances-r are -that
heir oapponenzts.wdl eteot .the governor,
at~ th eglslatare i iHl probably be cen
'GfMUTATION of SgRTENC.-Ir James
rrison, of Darling&on, lAho, sWEE
onhs ago, was sent.enced by military
mmnissia.d IoaW6 years- impr isonment
it srd.Iabour, for shooting a teegro
ho had trespassed on. bjs premises. haag
an his sentence comrmuted by Beneral
3ai,If to six n~itsa,ipronmlent. Mr.
vrrison has already beien t erionsz
umnthand in two montha froin this
8M OccUanqTc.-t is witb gwigt ~pain
leksympathy was aanoaee the death;
afonday haat, o(Miin .Ma,t'iOliyhant,
laghtar..of Mr. N. C. Olipha#t of this
Xy'he unforrtenate yAung. Iady -was
k1eWn violently from a lwggy on'Satar
l&yast, the horse having taken fright.
ibeing nmanageab)e, ran away and
ertorned the otwggy, inflicting sueb
rjeries asecaused her death-Spartaa.
ThrIt CuwRc.-Rev. E. J. -Mey
ardie, pastor of Trinity Methodist
hurch, Hasel street, will leave for the
orth this. day, on business -connected
ith the Church. Rev. Dr. Winkler
~as kindly consented to fill the pulpit of
rrinity Church duri.ng the absence of
~fr. Meynardie, and the two congrega
ions (Mr. M's and Dr. Winkler's), will
mite in worship at Trinity.-Ch'n News.
RA LEIGU, September 28.-There was a
~rand rally of conservatives last night.
ksolutions were adopted which declare
levotion to the Union and constitutional
iberty ; against a white man's party ;
onfiscation and proscription ; opposed
o drawing party lines, further than hos
ility to radicalism. There were half a
lozen speakers; great enthusiasm and
COURT OF INQUIRY.-The Washington
orrespondent of the New York Tribune
~The President has not yet decided to
rant General Sickles' request for 'a
ourt of inquiry. The probability is
hat Sickles will be mustered out of ser
ice as Major-General in the volunteer
ervice, and assigned to the command of
lis regiment as Colonel in the regular
Preparations are already being made
t the capitot for the meeting of Gongress
i November, and the probability is that
;will be one of the most exciting ses
ions held for many years.
Fourteen out of twenty of the news
apers of Kansas are in favor of female
A correspondent states that wheat
read, toasted on both sides, will eurs
ysntcry in a very short time.
3Dryat S.avicE may be expected at
St. Luke'A Church, next Mund.y af ernoon,
-at four 6clock by the Rev. . Mr. Pringle.
'omrnnion will be administered, Miem
bers.of Other. denominations are cordially
jnvited,to participate in tle exercises of t he
METHODIST CONFERENcE.-The .foQrth
and~ last quarterly conference for this
year, will be held in the Methodist
Church; embracing Saturday -and Sun=
day next, 5thb and 6th Oct. Rav.. W. R.
Flemng will 'preside. Preaching may
beexpectea on Friday night, and per
hap3 on Thursday night also, should cir
cnmstances permit, of which notice will
be given by the ringing of the bell.
TnE WoRx.-ft affords us pleasero to
tate that, since our last notice, the pro
gress of the worm on the cotton plant is
stayed. We are told that there has been
bat~little if iny damage generally, while
some cotton which had grown too tmuch
:to sreed has been benefitied by the strip
ping of thl leaf, thus ffording. the. boll.a
bett.er ebance for opening. -
Ca'TELP IT.-ObjeCtion .is made to
puffng, indiscriminate puffing; we ob
ject.ta-it also, nd hive almost eoncluded
to.quit. te practice, except under. pecu
liar eireinstances. We M-ould=like,. if
per'ission ispranted. to say that our
friends Wisdkean. & Wilber have at ele
gant stbek 'ofgoods. 'I is .enou+gh to
make oac's e shead '*iti to snter their
store. If y*i *int an. igr eabI sur
prise g~ there. We .an'et beip saing
Ihis iUCh, the eiritmstances aboye at
ed to are so faborb:
?A.Y FxosT. -iT Tt. O, Cresee
notes the indicateiior an ea &
and-it thay be iretf to jredi wfit's said;
The unusnally .early rparance of
.eqinoctial weatber. isticate4- an :early
ftost, while this indication is. moreover
confirmed by the arrivalof .a -snipe aid
eter fowl; which already .a Lying
South for wiCW--q.uartera. -This itter
eceuiresee during thed rst week of e
teabr is "ahnost. ithout a precedent.'
- almarrena b 'was -made a week ago
y p ei'hedn 'the bder. of
tefke,ig%t the unialy earfy
BIghf-of widgeesiNn there.
$ iJAr.:Aedif'r who lcnows
urEat'lie keows, 'gees of the foilowi4g
j1abggWis oe winst headra
velled~ apd pot. oply eececed the
troubles at -home bat obserIed it allroad.
We don't.ka'ow whether he ever lighted
in heeprts orinot, batif hedid-well:
.These feligws' who .don't take tibeire
h eppeo-watch themi they are-ilk
way on thealert, and-when. the. paper
comesaIx.ioyour place. of .basness.
aie de tirsuo snatci 'it ojp , Taig -ia
thiqve'red it Ever your shoulderK
too impatient to demean themsel1t a in 'a
reApttabweeimer. Spot these fellows.
They are the small souled, stingy: hand
ful wvoo go throubh tbeerNd oft other
faka' monieyi - I
A REw uAof d.t1ars and alt is of
fered fmr the recovery. of our work ho,
or ather that of our luetter -half,- cOua
4ain. ewdety of artieles, -odds and
-end khfet naes, ker, wmong~ Which jeg
Apool cotten,.thimbles, needies; allbtfthe
1adly buttons, pint, seiss, two old
Joie letters, rteceipts for killing64 beJba,
aiid makiing catsup, one weeks allowance
*.~niiine, but why .nmamerate . farthe?.
Per hingis out'ofgeart ( usiness
a spended it' cent..quence. The box tras
taken off accidentail, no hai-m was in
~te e, bi4ses tie reatuwed soon tha
cosquees may respitin harm.
-P. S4-14e box has come back and
anmnie -tranquility restored.
The-SAarO2e BORE.-4ohn E. Saxe
appily bits the bore of the sanctuam in
%st2iag of verses from which -we efip
Iwo is most apropo~s. Here 4hey are
A I bear.the creakiag step! . -
. a .Ings the-door!
:.ToweMI nw tboding soan
.Ths.users fnu y e.
- dd not trembte when I meet
The stoptest ofmy foes; .
Bat Heaven defend me from the Mund
Who comes bat i)ever gpm'.
He drops intO 'my-esyha,
Aitd asks abont the news;
He peeps into my manutscript,
And gives his candid views;
He tells ns where be likes the line
And where he's forced to gieve;
He takes the strangest liberties
But never takes his leave.
REGISTRATION.-WC obtain the follow
ing notice from Mr. A. Harris, a member
of the board of registration. It is the
total of the six precincts named.
Newberry C. HI., 334 632
Frog Level, 177 141
Stony Battery, 51 35
Dominicks, 26 7
Jolly Street, 40 25
Suber's Store, 98 157
Mr. Jas. (Glenn gives us the following,
as embracing his round:
Jalapa, 52 153
Williams', 51 217
Longshore's, 55 162.
Broadway, 37 80
The third and last Board we have not
as yet heard from.
The amount of American cotton on
hand in Liverpool and all the American
seaports is less than half a million bales,
and as the evidence is cumulative that
great and unexpected disaster bas over
taken the growing crop, Liverpool and
Manchester buyers will soon have ground
on which to conclude that the American
crop will hardly reach 2,000,000 of bales.
aTdwo abouth Caia wanrepensfough
Rsult aoneitelwomant voepit'apen.J
Reut gne fnelgtvtr thelie.ocpen.
A enin fhr the Democrats.
A PATRON.-" I want the news, the
freshest, latest, best news-the latest
Herald." So said a very bustling, ac
tive,respectable looking gent., rubbing
his hands furiously the while, as.he step
ped -into our office in a kind of jig mo
tion, on last publication day.
" Cerainly, sir !" said- we, "the very
best you sball have," that is for a small
pecuniary trifle thought we, at the same
time handing him a paper, fresh, sweet
and damp, just from the press.
"Bow much ?" asked gent.
Now we seldom sell a single copy for
less than a 'dime,' except to particular
cbaracters, such as poor folks, cripples,
darkies, charitable associations, and the
like, and seeing by the cat of his jib, and
other unmistakable signs, that 'dime'
would not sit comfortably oi bia stormach,
we diffidently replied, 'five cents, sir, to
" Ah" said he, "five cents! why I
thought," as'an insinuating grin spread
over his weather-beaten physymahogna
minny, we forget to mention that he was
one of the 'long, long ago' age of gents,
'I thought you'd give me one, as I used
to be an old patron of yours once."
Angels, and ministers .of grace, help.
us! we felt it coming in our-bones, not
yet fully recovered from, -those 'conse
quences,'and that 'fever'; but we had
overlooked the claim of this old patron,
he belooged-to-seh. -air olden ..tine It
threw us into a reflective mood, but -no
tieing the dark lines reaching over the
*physy' above-umentioned, 'a the- patron
produced 'is paster holder and brought
to light a greenback of much denosina
tjoo, we, roro4ered. .."Excse.uor" said
we, "never mind th -price, take paper,
old patron, happy, -hope to keep your
ggtrage-et".: Fac _wtdidn't have
she change, or tha( old patron- would
have gone home Ave .eerts- the pbcner,
but none the wiser be took it as a recog
mtion of his claiIasa Is face illumed
under the returning smile, sun=rise on.A
}Iggimorcuitg was nothing- in compart
son, his frontispiece looledjike a btum
mond jig1 of imiensest poe, and .hi
'tbanlee' did us good, Resuqing the
jig where heleft o enteriag, this pa
trnn departed with a hop, step-and a
jump, and we returned to chew the cu-d
of reflection, which ran muehly in this
ise: do .we not owe -something to-these
old patrons, who stick to uas through good
and evii. report, as weli ~aA to the latter
dy.new ons,growing tifin 'the- way
tbeg hbtdnotfwalk? i is it uight fur
us to ge cro ~eyeidaf~ like a.'mad.
tuk'becauise they waltour gaper, and
sed cme.af.it~oreor ess regular
ly,jr want.somaething elset . h_at's the
qestion? $ppp.oar thei'e's no monef i,0
it, ain't they good friends, and hav'nt we
been.doin1gs oo I these .many yese
and if -we grew poor in-pocket, *aad lean
inflsh, ouht wer.ot rather to endure
it than gy to evils greater ? Shil? we
sell dus'to.others better able, and flee to
h.xnouRtains, where' the ken ,oaretb
aiid the * Eang doodie'muxr,ietl for her
Arat bar Say, reader, what-shf we
J*1' e 15 viit-t~o yeam.epen yout -
wwgpths, (e nearlp sai4tpurses.) ~and
Mysmxas Cotscwsrce.-The most
sieglar ct-arience-lately is the @isap
pearanme of tw-o "iocal dorgs," one in Co
lumbia, and the other here ; botly on the
same identical day. The-lie was never
hard of'before~and we trustE matfiever
occur again. Our wind.is fall 6(appree
beisi6bs.' There iusthaq~ either been
a collusion,betiveen these.aniimafs, er they
ber been tamipered with. by some dpg-on
esissary.. 9ar dor.g is of thshoudape
ges, and of. beau tiftrl red color an%I was
the fear of the region about. The ,Go,
lemnbia dorg be4oingedi to the "locar" of
te-ChriedrJa, and- was of the bull spe
ees, i flgfting dorg, and the ment stay
of theloc'al dipart~mient. The lossofthese
two animals is seriously felt at this junc.
tre,.their 'syvices wete~ indispensable.
A jedgn re'dby us~for the head
wlhoans.wers to~the name of "Naifer,"
dis amount of which can be asoertained
o application to our Sheriff, .6o w.iN
receive and pay for him. The in<der of
the Bull pup named "Spoons" will re
ceive fifteen cents. We thijk- it likely
tat Spoons has fallen iri with a man
named Butler, while Nailer may have
joined Barnum's show under Castello.
The public are earnestly asked to keep
an eye out for them.
Indez to New Advertisements.
The following Advertisements appear to-day
for the first time. rhose to be contmnued, will
be ound under their respective heads in our
WRIGHT & CoPPocK-Their stock of
clothing is superb, embracing every arti
cle in their line, and prices exceedingly
AIIAs BARRE & SoN-More of those
elegant Duplex Elliptic Skirts, which the
lIdies so doat on, besides many other
. J. Y. H. WILLIAMs-Clinton hotel re
opend--thoroughly repaired-every con
venienice and comfort. Travelling public
will remember this first cltss Hotel.
MAYES & MARTN-Large and Choice
stok' of Groceries for sale- lowv-also&
ighest prices paid for cotton and pro
CArT. JAs. Y. McFALL- Card to the
public-caters still with an'EYfE sINGLE to
A BRALs, GRIFFIN & I;iARRt(E-B0ots,
Shoes, &c. Fall-and winter stock just
3Dened in'largest varietyi Call and -see.
WISKEMAN & WJLBER-Groceries, iajrd
ware, &c-full stock, prices moderate.
E. P. LAKE, ADM'R.-Rent of valuable
property 12th Oct. -
E. P. LAKE, ADM'.-Rent of ditto;
H. M. GIBsoN.-Elegant residence for
sale in the city of Columbia.
NEwBERRY CoLLEGE.-Exercisis to corn
nne Mnely, Oct. 7th.
Splca.-Our readers will sympathise
over the agony here expressed in this
second parting :
'We parted once before. -You wept
When I rose up to-go, you did;
You prayedfor me before you slept,
You littblove, you know you did!
'And now no grief is on that brow,
W hich then you said throbbed so, you did;
You loved me better then than now;
You cruel thing, you know you did!
'Do you remember what the sea,
I took you out to show you, didt
You made a pretty simile
You false of tongue, you know you didi
'You sighed, 'That life were like Its crests
When sunshine breeses blow,' you did;
'To catch love's light before it rests!'
You cold, cold heart, you know you did!
' What have I done? You smile no more
On me as months ago you did;
You deem qqy homage now a bore;
- You liked It then, you know you did.
'-'How blest,' you said, 'Were life witbr one
-who'd love me trulyl' Oh! you did!
But, you thought I was as elder son.
You utter flirt, you know you did!'
The inimitbie Mark Twain discoursing
on ladies' fashions, and the gift of inspira.
tion E -it were with which they contrive
so man'y outlandish and ugly costumes
But this time they have been ecitious
in invention. The -wretched waterfall
remains of course, but in a .modied
form. Every change it has undergone
was.for the better. First it- represented
a bladder of Scotch snuff: next it bong
dow-n- the woman's back like a canvassed
tam; afterwards.t contracted and coon
terfeited-a turnip on the back of the
head ;.io 'sticks straight out behind,
nd tooks like a Wie muzzle on a grey
-honnd- Nestling to the 'idst of -tis
lo''g stretch o!-ead" and hair .epose
l the little batter-cake of tbeniiet, 4941
jockey-saddle on.a Tace b Yrse-Yn' w i
readily. perceive that this soeks :-ery
unique, an prettyr-sndeague'ttish. But
the glory oCtbecq4ume. is 4se rbe
the dress. Na 'fibblow?s, no $6oacs,
no .li*4Oes ner VUe, no pores io lacgs,
1 $ot"eels, n, hoops to speak'-f
nt hingbt-a rieh plain, narrow Uack
dress, terminating-just below the knees
-in long saw teeth (pointing downward,)
and underneatb-i4a. flaming red skirt,
enough 1o put y'our eyes out, ths(yeaches
Fdown to Che angie bone and exposes the
i cktess little feet. Cbarnng, lascina
ti . sedoctite, bwsitching! To see s
lovely girV.4,seven}een, witfr I asa
on ber head, a -osale ou behind, -and
hewveil jist coering- the end 'ot fer
noe, come trippung kioug in :the hoop
[ess, red botto ed dress, like a ckqsa o
sre, is'eough to set .a ma. wild. .
nI the new order .o? thng.an -h
cte for white.nervanta, Biddy lnasof
a place comes in apropod$
ABiday,(Te%ehady.) DN yel e
two rljt -rtdhe kiteben- on these
Borwith.she +.rIor) Have you asanvas
carpet on~ theoor.? Haye you.gas to the
Fady. Now, Biddj, if you, bave got
througi,'alle*i se to ask you *1Evge
t*aza. --1o yo speak Frcee'? T
Spanish or Ttsiian? Do you take.tes -a
more than three timte a.reek ? -fl' ye
play djTpiano.? '- - .,
. Indy!deed o-li'a -
Lady. Tinyou 'on't doformie.. I
wa~nt a maid with.aD thmese accompUsh
A "worshippr lets loose as- le
Ivery body to. their taste as the 4154
- mn said- whea she~ kissed her.row;
The- Nigge.-We admire him. We
like im.. We%ehim. Weogo in for
tiim. We hav'e but od idea, an.d that is
nigger. ~-Me have but. one drearn, and
Otat tw-dtt6. ~ lWe presik frot- bpst hu
text, and that ii&dittes We' sing bue se
sg, and (hat iseditto- We play .but due
tiimerar,d thtat i io. We gooi ki- ul
.length on. Nigger. .We a allQver ditto.
[We are din io the; morning. We are
dito at noon. We are ditto at nighit.
We are ditt'b all the tima.e. We lie. a
'diito.' We 'sJeep ot- ditto- We'N die
Will yn bive a "Da~gy Sen r" sad
news-boy' to Meg Prigton.: We ot
bjtage her for th,e indigeasm4 answer, poor
old lady4 - s
.ePWlht?have a daily'- son? Why 700
-ftk seapegrace I How dare you tnuiatate
against a lone woman from borne? Set
indeed-i. guess I won't he;re ; daly. son
'My~ poor dear bien se~d,toeetsplat
avwfu when r presen~ted hirm with aj
ty -son A denly son, 'hedi -~I
-po tittie upstart imp," and the ochita
called for the qld turkey e faa bakp 'her
Editor id 'New -Ha.pshire, down
a.bou -hra the sun rises, bate a new
way -ef lncre.uing ther siahecriptiOelisbr
5 ffreaid~wot already~ bae. a asS
ciency, we would offer like-inbaueeis,
with 'the addition of a puolrpkin &' tw:
A subscriber for one esopy re'adeIes a
'box of blacking; two copies obtaips a
box of sardines, and, te sum e~ fle
hundred copies secures the nominatieon
to Congress, while one thousand brings
the lucky patron a farm in New Jersey,
fenced, in and mortgsged.
Our idea exactly ; young gentlemen
in search of wives, good wives, will do
well to notice if the girls they visit read
the papers, particularly the Herald. If
they do, our word for it they'll do to
Young ladies who are accustomed to
read newspapers, are always observed
to possess winning ways, most amiable
dispositions, invariably make good wives,
and always select go'd husbands.
Fleshy jiersons may becomg lean by
eating slate pencils. .~ ftred~ces them to
a mere cipher.
Corpulent iridividuah Ake' notice.
Pencils cheap at'Du'ffi'e & Chapmuan's.
NEwBEEaY, Oct.1-Cotton firni, at-140. for
middlings', buyez' paing tar. .
C"LUMBr&. Oct 1.Cto 18 to 211.
Nx~w Yoar, September .80.-Four Ji sbade
#rlner. W heat-2ac -better. Corn isle, better.
Cotton-steady, with sales of 95 bales. Gold 43j.
Nzw ORLaans, Septerzaber 8 '.--ales of cut
ton 135 bales-low -middling TI; market quiet
8AvanN,N- September p.--otton- opened
with -a betteir feeling Jttno adyince; sales
small-middlings18.- R.ept.> bales.
CuARLi.svoN, .Spebr~ otton active,
and firmer; salds3- bulee-m, dling 18; receipst1
AtrUSm', September 8-.--Cottou active and,
firmer; sales 350 bales--middling 171 receipts80I
~ Livaarot September 28-Evening.-Under
more favorab e trade reports, cotton is firmer ~
and more doing; sales 12,000 bales.
Horace Greeley says the man who
pays more for his shop rent than his ad
The EXzercises of tris Instiadoa wE saw
nence MONDAY. Oefober 96, .
ri tional Teachets asoem- s,
he thrd engaged if regated. it is 4MI*
Me t the te-cber and sa-enss e Mt
itedent, that aU shoulM aoamis A
itudies wlth the opentag exercises.
For farthperartilass, addres
Oct 2-4 -hiea1s.
We 1a on haad i
Large Stoek of Gro4ede
whichwe wm se8 at LOW as- dhr as k
bought to any qponwy awhe
For CJash or Exehange
4 he, we wi psr the U
CASH P$cc f'.
KiIES A EaITE.
- For 8e. -
Olie of the most eegnit4jla Ebad 4
sirably situsted RESIDECES is th
of Ceambia-taowp ar-dh rassa ptep
ert-onalning eight (8) large bea M
together with Bath Roosa Waer
Dressing Sbema -ad Pastres; ,s*
eb*n dy frrnidhed It lot
ss Rtad We.
f s ab peeime. a We t aoi
water'an amember (f a'' ebeke
TIrs af +tes hid.- y etags
isei ia rpeead in hi.
asa. Eaoss-Piesae flow oira s
in go.ep.p.r te iite tb. sttentior
peeih f Q eer
Mek' $YotgtBs~ ad H ag
Or tkesitsj*she -
# fro-aUe best GeMeg
iaeuw impee'g.mes ie ass
w .eesm goosds-er eer een ehele,aa
sagbacingery gred, Indmaeadu&yp
ng kAs 8a eM Fw
for indo.m.my et WbIhe*SI
ew re mwc- euetrapd &
Migh.eeunnedtIeue of -p~
wbher'kI -wqam he
asbo-e e t m aliens
an1Agesad w6e a-se ue
ii .m -'R
Shirt and Draw'ers
-kRibos, Velvet,PTafeta ad ons
Easic r and.Brads, .
Hed Nloets, 4res rimig an -ete
Shiaca and Sirads,
ShWls, Geods and-Beaes,
Emb'iroiers of.al(.C) ki su
iAT&iAN CAor, a ra ids,
! take -pleOuro In..-Informingw
md the public gry,45t-Istij wi
he above hose stid e l
~our attention to tbebWilpg
;tock of Stap!q and' gang wMik
~n Erz Siuezm
rants of b M i.o9ju .
fiattersj I wi be- able b ly
usire satisfaoaien to all v.bo any bver a
rith theff' patronage, andtbopo tpy gaft
tBention and promptness, tq mps# t~ii
robation of all.
JAS. 1. McFALL.
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