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Wdead Iorning, Dec. 18, 1867.
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- a2sheet-not week, that gi'ltands in
may eno of ft <ik,e*be
bri'n ;Week. Advertisers and
whisoft'sh to' make anything
* 3 .hepnblie, will.obhge us there
a their frvors as early
,A?Woopaied at his resi
iaece ter Eiba, Badle ArTan
"-s _ Nov.,.
year,' kiter. ajeut 23
i on ritl -tphc'iif fe =
Cli iian irocatc
= a of-.his aenltemanr,
dent 4-thi district, who
a.- here to Ar:anss .about
se. .ismany friends - will
a.?, asth'iit beartfc"z-orr'W.
. eDowing briel tribute from
dd here less than two
'0 aained i.stanl ing,.
d if the
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a a woni avestil re
qr at-j j totbe'
nd:nbis naff friends
, 'tbe 'gi+af Tosi is is
4 we. wonf4 cheer his
- yar6iv r ,anl
assprance that gere
,~tbr~4~t erofthis for onse,
were eleary .sss64 that%
.1a~4~Pith wewecen.tered qa our
t itb.ramed . byg
chlisms. are 4akiag
- * 7the'action bf the
~oaais5~ att achIte isn
.~ 4cg. leaipg the negro
a od The Ciaprvatires are
*~sisii ed (or.,Gen~. Ser
w~ton1 iz-tve resistEdi
saai re Sher
oteggrst Eer of
Ene. he. General's 'pres
:who wonlel argue that be
ae,,*3 *.Eo ww'te up a geport.of Indhia.
kii ee;fdsooth, the -meegedey
agNMuiptr bis: zssumnin5 command
' dtEH Iaant' of Wkishington; ex~
tehgeal.b o f.inors ic t e' e
u te.~Sejae, and whieh ajill probabig
e esezIism1y (he Swnateand-House,
-.Et dsitaIges,effe United -States
thf.ea eigten- 'otred-an
* ~~~U.fl one of -Regyesentatives,
D ~W ARS A?IPELI.SON, Clerl,
Lnother .reto aty-.soon bE"texpected
*.a- the President. The House 'bas
- sgfor the s,cond time the bill to
~ost the word ."whlite" from the
-~.w reguWaing the seleetio& of jurors,
- a.gtalared tax-payera equally eligi
-biguithwInte. This biWF passed both
- eneif0a s in July l'ast, but
'to a po*WEvato by th
~ Should Congiess take its
uag. eday recess'it will again share a
ynard, in the House, offered a
- tion providing that diplomatic and
eseiulap epresenttives to iHyti or oth
* r Aftican g;overnmnents be selected from
sersa Referred to the Committee on
fa.ddition to the $500,000 appropria
ted, $1,200,000 more is asked for, to
cgrreconstruction expenses to date.
Official,ret urns from all the Districts
in this State,. except seven, show be
gond doubt, that a sufficient vote has
man east to insure the Convention.
(jeneral Leslie Zoombs, of Kentucky,
the wampeer of Clay, Webster and .Crit
Menden, and the companion of Presidents
Harris m and Tyler, went out hunting
the other night, and captured three
ofpossoms and~ a coor. The old gentle
;nan is descri'"i to be as straight as an
arrow, h;le sad hearty, and looks as if
be might live for twenty years to come.
He has not an unsound tooth or gray
hair in bis head, gnd never carries a
Mississippi and Arkantas have been
carried for Conventions. They will as
aemble at Jackson and Little Rock on
Fifty thousand men and women are
out of employment in New York City.
Vesuvius is throwing a flame 1000
feet above the sumnmii. of the mountains.
The N. Y. Evening (Gazette has sus
OF TIIE MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF NEWBERItY
CQLLEGE, DEC. IOTH, 18G7.
,The foUowing members of the Board were
present at .this meetiag, ,qiz: Rev. LS.
nhnan, S. Bouknight, T. S; $oinest, and
SArkina; and the following laymen, G.
i Ecker,'J. HI. Steinmeyer, G. Lenphears,.
: Huffmoan, 1. -Summer, S. air, J. P..
Aull, P. . Wise, N. A. Hunter and IT. M.
Folk and Win. Langford, and Prof J. P.
Smeltzer member of the Board Ex officio.
A committee was appointed to nominate
Otficers of the Board. The C.oinmittee
maJe their nomination, and the officers
were elected by ballot.
Rev. W.. S. Bowm,-, President.
Col. S. F.A, Vice Prsidint.
i1'RY SCMMER, Secretary.
Rev. T. S. BIiEst, Treasur'r.
After a full and free inter,:':; of views
and opi-iions by the Board, e-, vions topies
conn'eted with College, Rev. loinest and
N. A. Hoantee werd. appointed a committee
to confer .with W. A. Cline in relation to
judgment on the College.
To Prof. Smeltze'r was assigned to pre
paieia plin with, reference t6 the scholar
ships, al'of whichlad been Tily lisonssed
tly the niembrers of the Board, and the
schetse tn abstance agreedc on._ The Board'
adjourned to "met, ite -oext morning at
Si o'elock. irthe law.-office of Col. Fair.
Prayer by Rev. S. Bonknight.
Dec'r 11. .Boar4mot.purauait toadjourn
meir, and-,as opeoedl-with prayer by Ber.
L fHawkins, -
An arranme tit rarmade with Mr. Clime
as to his. judgment, which was satisfactory
And the treasurer wasautborisw.ed (oes
eetands which -will be oartiacoming and'
i aj.- P. inat:d is taim -on th, Col
,4ceaordiaeg tothe agreemenof:2 Octo
A jamiittee. was appoiuted consisting
of 1esr..J. H. -Steiinmeyer, Rev.. W. S.
Bouyan and- Heory.Cot,is, to secure a loan
or the CoHiegro tEie best'possiblo -terms,
as ta tie andi serest, with.he.; power to.
&ecure the loan. to the lender o: lenders by
icrtgage on the College property.
The fellowin; preamble and resoluwons
s t 't1e Scholarshi;s and 'cho+arship
Bendi.exoi'erty'College, wee -then pro
posed and adopted:
.WasX4wberty College has. reaehedL
.aperiodia is.history,dIa Rhiehde Roar4
qf Thustees .is.,co2geted -either to:ssspenda
the eserises of tbUnsioaition indfmel,
and to sell the property atI public auto,
-ortp make a compromise- with the'hoidera.
of Scholmarsips, and . -
WuxazEa, Schotarship beiders have- been
inotifled by dreular 'of th% ecesst of im
-mediaely vemisGirg their-dues that -the ex
ereises of -08Iegemiy.eoutinue, andithey
haee fled to respond; sud
WRSasThe necessity of such actiorf
has been oecasioned,,iot from arny waint on
the part of ' e Beard of Trastees to ednp.
with its obligations ; butefrons the nona-.
compliaice- of the Scholarship h:olders to
fufil thre obligations' stipulated' is their'
pnd -aid to sell, or to 'conpr6mis'e forces
itseliipen te l'oard at the 'pr-eseattme,
BEsoLEp, By the Board of Trstees as
so$led, aoed i accordance with th. re-.
commendation of the Er.142th.ISynod of
o. Ca. aznadjceni.St ,whose serva nts
they.are,:holdin( in trust the College 9f
1.g.verye.oarship, paaid in~ rood mo
uey or its e<ptiralent before o6 dying the
war, shal1l~ Mea'rged only half 'tt p.ice-g
tuition for everf'collegia fe 4eafaue; or if'
paid in. Confederate uioney-siter In:1lr,
1863; fhree-fourths the an.ou-nt of inition,
until the said sch~ola-sh'i i ully' es pended.
&, All scholamships, wbese dues h)ave JlQt
tbepid in OrIII, to Jarn. ~1st, 1S88 dialt be^
ni'eilwlI and' toid, 'and i' M-be re
~arded by .the Beard; afb:a date. as
3 . Sebalarshipimolder; wighmg to av*ail
themsek~es of. the beisefit of tiiel.r sch.otar
skips forfeited as in .kes. 2; can Jlo sb by
payingk th6 balance de on the'w shoinlar
sh4ip-re o~s before- the -first of .Ja'y, -1869,.
eere-the beneit of Res. 1. .Nothing
howett:.herein contai'ed s@al eatile the
se.holarsMdp h:ilde't to send on such schotar
ship unrti? all airearagd are'paid.
4 After Jin. 1st, 1868, Newbeqrf Col
leap,shall be-se'fsestaining, and-every slta
dient shall be eharged montIily, and no or e
shall be -permitted to. conue, ,inntil his
mn<nb!y arrearages -a-o ,paid, or settlenment
inade with the Presidefrt. -
-5. All Beneficiaries of -thre Luth. Church,
ais the College .is an Iustanution of- the
(burch, shall be entitled to tuition free, un -
less otherwise ordered by Sy'inod..
6. No Scholarship'sh all be sold aftetr the
date of this meeting of the Board of Trus
'7. All back duies shall be placed i.nto the
hands of a collector to be appointed, and
he shall be authorisal to proceed in' the~
collection of these~ dues, according toi his
judgment, and the amount collected shall
be applied to liquidating the back salaries
of the Professors.
8. This Preamble and Reso'urions be
published in the Newberry Herald and Er.
-*uteran for three consecutive issues.
The following rates of tuition are fixed by
Preparatory Department-Read ing,
mar, Geography, &c., per month, - $2.0"
Classical Department-Latin, Gre ik,
Mathematics, &c., per mo,ith - 3.00
Collegiate Course, " " - - 4.50
Incidental Expenses, Prep. Dep'mnt, .2
" " Col'eg'te Course, .50
The collector under -resolutinn 7, above,
is to be appointed by the President of the
College and Secretary and Treasurer of the
Prof. Smeltzer was retained as the Presi
dent of the College. The Institution is
placed under his charge, and he is to em
ploy assistants, one or more if necessary,
and to pay the teachers out of the tuition
fund collected by him at the rates of tuition
established by the Board ~at this meeting.
And the Board will use their best effatrts to
aid hinm in sustaining the Institution.
The Institution to be opened 1st Monday
in January 1868.
Board adjourned with pr-aye: by Rev. E.
Caughmuan. HENRY SUMMER,
Secretary of the Board.
The cleanest village in the world is
Brock, in H olland, where nio horse cr
carriage has ever been permitted to en
ter, and where everything is kept with
the most scrupulous neattnesr, Bcfo:e
entering many of the h>uses you are r e
quired to remove your shoes. It is said
that evenm the Emperor of Russia was
,--ompele to compl wit thi mitonm
- s- D.position of Troops.
Gen. Cantiby has issued a general order
regarding the disposition of troops, &c.,
from which -w.c extract the arrange
ments made for this State :
PosT or. LAURENsviLL.-Companies C
and 1, 8th Infintry ; Licut. Col. and Bre
vetol. J.'R Edic, commanding. The
command to embrace the Districts of
Pickens, .reenville, Anderson,. Laurens,
PosT-OF At,EN.-Compan"es ' and 1,
5th-Cavalry; Capt. and Brevet Maj. L.
Walker, oth Cavalry, commanding.
The command to embrace the Di-t:icts
of Abbeville, !':dgefield, Barnwell, and
the main -land of lkauffrt District.
Pos- or Cori.am-light Bttery E,
3d Artfllery, Ieadquarters and Campa
nies B-and H, 5tlr Artilery, and Compa
ni:s C, II aidK, sth infantry ;.Col. and
ireth-t Uri,. Gen. i. S. . Burton, com
rm-";:di. The conanand to embrace
the Distr :s of Yorlk, Chester, 'airtield,
Richi ail, Lington, Lancaster, Orange
huh Ker"shniw, Sumter, Uni.)n, New
lrry :nd Clarendon.
I, -; Pr EA1LEsTo".-Post -Dand,
Cumu,i:": A, B, 4., H, I and K, 6th In
frt; y. aml Companics D and F,40th In
fmtt y ; Lieut. Col. and Brevet brig
Gen. 11. 1. Clitz, commanding. The
cononn;t t) embrace the Districts of
Chesterfi.ld, Darlington, Marlboro, Ma
rio; Hurry, WiLiamshurg, Georgetown.
(:harlesLon, Colleton, Berkeley and the
sea islands of Beaufort District.
We sulbjoin the following, paragraph
from the same order:
Post Commpanders till keep them
selses constaftly and fully informed of
thevondition -of the country within the
limits of-their 'ommands, and to thi end
will put: themselves in .communications
wtth Lhe-Sheriffs,-Qhiefs of Police,, and
other 'peace, elicers of the Counties
or Districts,. "nd will..- require from
them suchreports as will~ be necessary.
In the executlon of the duty comnmitted
to the military authorityh -bhe laws of
the United States, cormmanding officers
will act as far as passible by- and throagh
the civil authorities, and will give them
moral sappart and phisicial aid whenever
it may be necessary to secure the proper
and.fue exucation of~the dnties imposed
up"n them by law bui tids wil[ niot be,
construed as authorizing' triests -to .be
.ade or guar<ds to;be furnisred by"the
snilitary authotities when the means un
der toe control of the civil -authorities
e adeqeatei_.,Wheuever any -eivil offi
cer, magistrate .or courtineglects or refu
ss.to perwform any official act property
rqired of suclKoffcer- or .tribunal,
wrhe7reby due' and rihtfmat security to
pesorner property is denied- the -ease
will be reported. by the Post Comma#nder
to these-headquarters, .with all the fate
snd 5iidgeeyguired for.prQper compre'
heimsion and. action.. When thne civil au-.
thi.drities r.efus nsr.fail to, arrest persons
-changed witi~ cr.ime,' or wfi4n cfl'ences
are' commiitted'n violation-of the police.
regulations -stablished by military"au
thority4-or the preservatiomr.of .ordetr or
&ha.proteetien of- persons or property,
commanding.officers wlTh cause. the- aca
cused paries to be arrested, and,,.uponv
examnination, held. for tial or discharged,
if- the accusation should not be well foun-'
dad. When citiz6hs ernmnitted for trial
cannot be immediately brought td- trial,
they will bie admitteil to bail if the crime
or offence with-wbieba bey. are- clarged
is liilable-unider the law'of the.Stafe in.
.rhich it was comm ritted, .
- WaSBEGyoN, DF~eembor 14.-A mire.d
delega.i&n from Virginia, North and
Souti Carolina, yisited Stevens yester-.
day, n'hen the following wra eliited :
Stevens regarded the mimpeachbment fainl
unrc an evidence of fickleness 'of public
opin.- Thme-Virginia delegamte said. the
imopeachant failnme would *ork-sericus
ly agaiast reconsLruction. -Stevyeu re
'tarkd that it comml M* faint-o be other
wise, and mutual regrets. were . ex
caged. The North .Carolina. negro~
(arras) said they. gounld. get along sery
*elL. The Northernirhites were more
frighterad a)out negro.sufrage thah the
Southrerr whites.- Cov. Hlolden was the
life blod of therReinabican party ol'
North Carolina. The Virginieidelegate
representt.ed that the conditioni was criti:
cal, and -unless . Congrs a.et the
relief'of the sufferipg colored :iu whi's
Unio'nists, it would be tErrible. Stevens.
favored the'repeal of the clause requiring,
a majority of registencd votors.' *The.
delegation thought that would. do ; but
.suggested. a.1lw empowering -thne -Cdn
yen tions already called to est:aish- pro
visionalgoverno.ents imnntediately ; then,
ifibe Constitutions,were defeated, they
would have at least loyal ~Stat e 'officers.
SI.evQns said he had drawr i p a bill with
two or three beneficIl- provisipns. -One
was to lc"ve to a majority to affirm or
reject - tio C-onstitutionm; another, ,tWat
the present Couventions shall, .as inde
pendent bodies, establish Governments
in lieu of District Comnma.nders, as soon
as Constitut ions were tr ady. for submis
sion to Gongress. The delegates ap
proved this. Stevens inxiuired whether
th'e old masters would be able to seduce
the negroes from voting properly. liar
ris replied that the negroes were depen
dent on their old masters for their daily
bread. There was danger, but Harris
hoped the negroes were capabhle of endu
ring great privations. The Virginia del
egate, Cook, (colored.) said Harris' re
marks applied to his district ; 800 in
Richmond lost places. Stevens hoped
the whole Southern vote would be cast
for thme Rlepumblican party : this would
elect a Re-publican President, and assure
Stanton is to have fnmil hearing before
the Senate M\ilitary Co:nmittee, to meet
thne President's charges.
H.mm,NA December 10, 1807.-The
steamers Baree!ona and Cacique arrived
yesterdayv at Srntiango de Cuba from St.
Johmn's, P. Rt. The earthquakes countin
ued on that island, anid one hundred and
fourteen shocks had been felt during the
course of eight days. Some buildings
are reported as having been thrown down
by the violence of tine shocks.
a"FnozEa Ur."-Tt is stated that prop
erty to the value of ten mnillions of (do1
lars, is frozen ump, on the New York Erie
Canal. Boats containning over one hun
dred thousand bushels of potatoes, seven
ty ti-ousand bushels of apples, and near
ly four million bushels of grain of all
kinds, besides a large quantity of other
produce, are frozenm in.
The Uerald receives advertisements by
telegraph from all parts of the courtry.
It recently had somec sent in this way
from San Francisco.
About thirty prisoners escaped from
the Charleston jail last Tuesday.
f Rumor hnat1hit that a Polar Continenmt
Rmr+ous NoTr.-We are requested
to state, that the Rev. J. W. IIumbe' t
will preach, Providence permitting, in
the Methodist Church, on next-Sabbath,
Messrs. Wren & Wheeler will crc long
leave us; hence if you desire a durnble,
handsome, accurate, life-like picture,
now is your opportunity. They can
take a better photograph of you-giv
you a neater shadow, than you ever had
before.. So call .at once .
We acknowledge a cordial invitation
from-Squire J. Y. Hunter, of the "Catch
Penny" country to be and appear, some
time during the present week, in those
famous "diggins,"and to enjoy the hos
pitalities of his house, which are offere4
fu',, free and without stint. This wit:
he a big week a;' Catch Penny, and we
regret exceedingly that appe +ranccs at
present are unfavorable to an enjoyment
of the occasion ; if possible, however,
we will go. -
FASHION BooKS.-Messrs. Chapman &
Duffie will please accept than:ks for a co
py each of those old .favorites, .Godey's
Ladies' Book and. Peterson's -National
Magazine, both for Januarf, 1868; and
treasures in all those things of fashion
plates, fine engravings, beautiful stories,
receipts, etc., in the ey~es of the ladies.
These arc the most elegant ladies. maga
zines now'published, and ran be obtain-.
ed at the Book Store. oppgsite the Riotel,
at,the folioring rates: Gedey's $8, and
Pet,ersons$2, per annum.
"TzI "CHi tSTAS TREE.--Sunday School
scholars and little folks generally wilfbe
pleaed ib -know thi the ladies of:the
Methodist Churchiitd Sunday School,.
are preparing a Christmas Tree, which
will blossom and bear on G,Lristma's day,
about Live Q'clock ii the afternoon. They
-will.furthr be delighted to know that
they are cerdiaHy invited, Superinten
dents, Teachers; Scholars,. - of nlIl -other
Sabbath Schools in- town, to attend.and
witness this celebratiod, in-the-. Church,
at the lionr-nied.
*.ntisris iss Comsn -Everybody,.to
.gether with lit.tle.children, boys and girls,
are invited to run withodit delay to the
bran.ch concern of. S'anta Claus 'k o
est#bished at~Mr. Az'IX:. IGser's Store,
*wher~e can be filand a large and spleasing
variety of Christmas Toys tid good
things, cheap tof esh, at just suelt
prices-as wil suit tii&p'oekets of people
'hditirig sue lithings thesh-olid'ay,times.
Riser has everything funny, prtyand
g l ~Dn't stop to ,thijk. about, but
rujn inimedia tely to Riser's.
SPtoF1TAM.E.-The Centrafiwr (I11.)Seb
tinel says an advertisernent ~of Nichard
son's Coin SheHer-was recently inserted'
in paper pub'ished in 'Blueznos Ayrer4
South A mericn, at a cosi of one bundred
dollars in.god. The venlu:c soon provfed
a.good1 one, and bere-its legitiits fkuit.
Steeral"nmachines were .ordered, which
ha*e given such 'oodeatisfaction, that
an agent in NAir York -has recently ne-.
~otiated.for o:e hundred 3iu:hines, to be
hbipped -soon as possible fo.r the South
nigcan MIarkef, makIng a nice lit'tle.
transac,tion of over $.30,000- Su.ch sim
pie facts 'telt.their own story without
Ti n< MIADE EAIqT.-AZ1 Innov8'tin.
representative-of the Bureau department,
whiWeshrppig on Saturday last etideaK
v're1 to'initradiid a'new systeTin In'sp
*tralle, onouer enterprising frients, Wil
son &~ Wicker. Samho's need was a'pair
of boots, but (lie ofd. an~d inicon veniient
plat of pay as you go, dii'nt 'suit his
.case, ag, he cash was not in hand.,- The'
.needcessity w'as pressing, so watching
an opportunity and one boots, he seized
them both, and made tracks. W.'-& W.,
not satisfied witl- the 'trade,-'followed anid
in ade. speedy. capture. Que~stion-ing Saug
it w~as ascer'tained, that he ozuly wanted
to make sure of the trade, that his money
was'round the corner, and that he inten
ded returning immediately to pay for the
boots. To sati4y the endIs ofJ'ustice,
however, Saum was put in jail and the
boots back in store.
Mons Po-rAroEs.-This local depart
mnent has been accused of having pota
toes on the brain. Its a slander. A bout
the 'digging' time, 'tis true many dona
tions were made by the charitably dis
posed, who had more of the roots on
hand than could be otherwise disposed of,
and had we not faithfully noticed each
man's d1eposit, (not that we believed such
notices wecre looked for,) wec might have
been looked upon as 'small potatoes,' and
there is no telling how many rows might
have ensued. We l'.ve potatoes, don't
deny it, but love peace still more, hence
all the complimentary p)otato notices.
The thing had to be did, and if there is
atny further mention of potatoes on the
brain we'll knock somebody into the
middle of next week. We will do our
duty if the heavens fall. We thought
the season over, that potatoes were all
banked, or that our friends had brought
in their surplus. Its not so, however,
for another bag has just been deposited,
nice fellows-the potatoes,--and yamns,
therefore another notice. The donor in
this case is a hard shell, and having pre
mnised the aforesaid yams more than a
month ago, has tampered with our feel
ings very mochly. Such jokes don't sit
well on an empty local stomach. We
are somewhat mollified now however,
but to be FRAXx, if we catch him out in
the next new Moox, he must look out.
Why is a loafer in a newspaper office
like a shade tree ? Because we are glad
when he leaves.
There is very little charity or benevo
lence in a dheed, if the doer thinks there
SIIcr..-The chapter for this week
opens with a woman's No
Oh. no, I could not wed you-no!
But hope you won't forget
I love you as a sister should
Oh, please, Will, don't go yet.
Ye.s, love you as a sister should,
But marry you?-'--oh, no?
I'm grieved that you should think of it
Come back-don't leave to.
There, nor,-sit down and talk to me,,
Instead of frowning so;
One cannot love just when they-would,
I'd like to have you know.
I don't believe you love me much
Ido not, on my life;
But if I really thought you did
Well-yes--I'd be your wife.
No cat has two tails. Granted. Then
a cat has one tail more than no cat.
True. Well, then, we have proved that
a cat has three tails.
The above reminds us of the smart
boy who on his return from college, at
tempted to prove that two were equal
to three. Pointing toa roasted chicken on
the table he said : 'Is not that one?' And
then pointing to another: 'Is not that
two? And do not one and two make
three ?' Whereupon his old Dad said :
'Wife, you take one and I'll take the
other, and our smart boy can have the
third for his dinner.' -
-SAD SIGHIT.-To see an old maid sit
ting on an- inverted half-bushel measure,
in a cold kitchen, with her feet on the
rim of a slop bucket, paring her corns
with a case-knife, by the light of a tal
low dip, and vainly endeavoring to scrape
the yellow, skin mark from the bottoms
of her feet. If she is not a subject of
our most -pious concern-she' ought to
A gentleman, who went to take a lodg
ing, asked the rmaid-servant, a remark
a1ly handsome jirl, whether she was let
with- the lodging ? She answered, "No
-shewas-to-be let alone.
41,"'Taid a fittle fcllow the other day,
trwasn't Job an edtor ?" -
"Why, Sammy ?" -
-"Because the -Bible irforn us- that he
had much trouble, and was a man 01
sorrow all the days of his life."
- if you are a lover, don't love two girls
at once. Love is a good thing, but it's
ike.butter in warm. weather-won't dc
to htve too much on hanat a time.
"Tbere's more in- that - fellow's head
than you suspect." "No. there ain't,'
-said- Dick "for I always thought he .had
That -deeds of heroic self'-sacrificc did
no-t end- with- the war,- is -shown by~ the
conduct of the brave and gallant gen
tleman, Charles Jackson, of Bostonrwhc
gave his life in,trying to save the unfor
turnate victimisof the LockTand disaster.
He aldne of t.he passengers,rushed into the
burning car where four young ladies
perishe-d. His body -was found' in t'h
car, burned to a cinders - I is a piece of he
roism -worthy to be pla'ced by. the -side 0]
the noblest exploits of ogir-patriet soldiers,
and to be spoken of and sung with, the
saume fervor of eulogy. . -The day -of he
roit i.crnot done; and who~ever seeks tc
devote life to noble pur1gs-es, and towmeel
death in rioble endeaVoits, will find oppor
tunities all aroore him, in peace as: in
war.-New York Times-.
WORKrs- -WoM45 oF NEW Y OlK.
Nealv (cur columns of .the- - ew York
Wlorld Decemb6r 10, ar'e devofedtm, an
acoant of the nuinbors, empl;ynient,
wagcs, characters anid conditionis ot: the
wrl gwon)cn -of ,New York,: It apr
pears that.rearly ..sevenity- tbhgasantd fe
males on Manha.ttan Island and in Brook
.yn1 earn their own and others' live'lirhoog
W-vhonest toil. Their-wa-ges average five
dollars peit weeks Somie -re-eive -. fear
times that amount, and -Mme riot half di
it. Mosdef.themn are girls between the
,es-afUfourteen and tnrnty -years. A
fe re.women sixty arxd seienty- years
ol.' :jfre than .twenty-five Abousand
are engaged ith'various ,departmecnts of
sewing. . Fgurteen hundred are comfposa
tors in p-'bishin'g and~-pr-intirfg offices.
Tree thousand help to--ti'nfattare
h'oop skirts. The. re?sti-f--the: .seventy
thousand are occupiedAa at lea'st-:two
-The ginhiouie of Sa;nuef Smith, Esq.,
ofAndersoi', together with a large qanm
tity of cot terr, were accidentally con~
suiekd by -fie -on ' Friday 'inst. -The
dwellinig of- Mr.- Pleasan-4 Kay--of the
same DistuotL, was desti-oyed -by fire two
dys laier, but- the act.ras.6ne of ncrr
, * -m . ' -
A-Ifew days since Mr. John~ Segars, of
Darlington, shot- anid killed Mr. Dennis
MKevlin; of the same- Distr-ict; after a
personal encounter. An old quarrel was
te cause of it. -- -
A small lot of. Tennessee. hogs were
sold1 in Anderson last week at nine cents
Four children in Mobile died last weck
from eating I,ainted candy.
Index to Necw Advertisaments.
The following Advertisements appear to-dlay
for the first time. l'hose to be continued, will
be found under their respective heads in ouw
P. Stewart- Gloves, Casismers,Bacon,
T1. M. Paysinger-Sheriff s Sales.
J. T. Peterson-Citations.
Silas Johnstone-Commzissioner's no
A. M. Riser-Christmas Goods and
W. G. Abrams-Sale of Stock, &c.
B. 11. Lovelace-Lots for Sale, also
Lovelace & Wheeler-Kerosene Oil
and Cheap Clothing.
WXren & Wheeler-Photographers.
W. F. Pratt-Green and Black Teas.
lNEWBERRY, DeC. 17.-Market Cloeed with
good demand for cotton at 11 to 11k.
Nxw Yong, Dee. 16--Cotton firmer and ad
vanced 4 ; sales 2,00 bales, at 153. Gold 3SQ a
CHARLESTON. Dee. 16.-Cotton in good de
mand, without chan-e; sales 1,00) bales-mid
dling 15; receipts 1.820.
AUGUSTA. Dec 16-Cotton in fair demand,
and prices firmer; sales 70J bales; receipts 893
New York middling 14.
LivEaroot, Dee. 16-3 P. M.-Cotton firmer
uplands oni the spot 71; to arrive 7.
MAnRIED, on Thursday the 5th instant,
by Rtev. Mr. Mayfield, Mr. C. Suimmers and
Miss Mary Scruggs, all of IIelena, n. C.
For the vary rich piece of wedding cake
sent us, the fair young bride will please as
ept many thanks,and our best wishes for her
present and prospective happiness. --
On Thursday, 5th Ded,by4bJ RevJ. T.
Zealy, at the residence or theride's mother.
.JAMES W. SMrru, ot' Abbeville District, to
Miss SUE M. ilIGGINS, :.ounge-st daughter
ofe ac on- F.n mB .;~ns or vNe ,...,.
Have cstabl ished a BRANCII of
their Bnsiness it'N ewbrry,'
In order to give the citizens an oppgrtu
nity" of supplying themselves with all
Such as CONFECTIONARIES of all
TOYS. in -endless variety, sueh as Rail
Road Trains and Locomotives, in. fall
motion, Moving Panoramas, and Negro
Dancers- Music Boxes, Fire Works of all
kinds, Crying Dolls, Speaking Dolls,
Large Size with natural hair, Baby
Walkers to learn -babies ho- to walk,
and many other artieles too numerous to
Call and supply your
selves for Christmas.
CHEAP FOR CAS.
At A. M. RISER'S.
Dec 18 2t
I will receive by Express, next Mon
day, direct frcm NORFOLK,"
FORTY half gallon '1EGS of those fine
LARtE NORFOLi OYSTERS,
All those wanting any will- leave their
orders at once, as apart of tbetn.are al
- dec18t A.M. RISER.
More Late Arrivals at the
New Store. , .
Ladies'. Kid Gloves.
Just -received -nother lot of those very
superior Fr, n:h Kid Glves, that have,giten
sieh general satisiaction.
Dec17h,o86 , &1851
Just received ascond Sgor offese sCpe
31eal, Kerosene Oil, White Wine Yinegav,
Molasse', and super Golden: Syr-up, very
one. . ''R. STEWART.
'dc18 51-4 - -'
The very~ best ~knoun Hair Dye, will not
color the skin-or clothes, but trirn ge
hair to a beautiful jet tdaick.
dec 18 51 4 R. STEWART.
TI will sell at thi late residence of Jas.
M. Senn, deceased, ani the 26th' inst:, all
the peisonal pro-pei-tf of s?rid 'deceased,
honsiting - of- ITorses, 'Mules, 'Cat te,
} lTgs, Co.rn, Fodder, Plantatioin .louls,
a'riLIousehlold and Kitchez Furniture,
-W..G. ABRAMS, Admr.
Atrms.Cashi. dec 18 it.
sti~Welf a ~ai- in~ in teollowTmg
vacant Lots: DEe Corner Lot formerly
dccupdedRiy S. IHard, and the'onie next
abere 'which wasa occupied by -Capt.
Bokyce at tihe tirne.of -the fire -also that
*plendid lot -no.zt to -. R. S; W ,aley's;
&frnerly .oywned-.ands ocapied by Mr. S.
These are.al goodbming) ts, jthe
Mfoiitgden ery lot gontains groun'dpfi
cint fo~r -a garden, 'out audigs, yell,
&c. I will sell one or all of them very
enecapfor cash Qonly. -Aiply soon to
dec 183t -B. H. LOVEL'ACE.
We will remain here but a fow weeks long.'
er,.and t.hoso who desire a -good picture
should call at an early day. WAE WAR
RAN r OUR PHOTOGRAPHS EQUAL 0,
ANY MADE.IN THE UNITED 8t'A1ES.
Thousands~'in thiis State ha've f'av-ored as
with their patronage, and our extensive
business is a guaran tee to or supcrior work,
and in proof of this, call a~ see th~e speci,.
mense excented b'us- rig) here in Ne w
b,erry. WVe please the most fastidious, and
invute those who DESIRE A PICTURE to
call aird sit for one, and i t does not piease
your taste you are under- no obligations to
pay for it.
We are now executing tiie Gemn Photos'
graph at the following prices:
16 of one person on one sheet, . . $2 00
8 " "'',.. 1 50
4 " "",. .. .....100
Inst;uctions given in Photography, and an
excellent opportunity is now offered to those
who wish to practice this beautiful art.
Old Pictures cleaned and copied to ANY
SIZE, and framed and coloured in any styly
All work done by us we warrant to give
satisfaction, and all pictures not proving so
we ask no pay for.
Wren & Wheeler,
December 18 531 tf. Photographers.
The subscriber offers for renit the very de
sirable Cottage House now occupied by him,
the property of M. J. Jenkins, at verr re
duced rent for the next year. I have but
just gone into this house and rented for the
year, but having chianged my plans and in
tendingto remove to the country will gile
a good tenant a bargain to take it off miy
hands, by a pplying early.
Dec. .18 51 tt. J. W. MILLER.
A fresh supply of very fine Kerosene Oil
just opened, and for sale cheap by
LOVELACE & WHEELER.
Dee. 18 51 tf.
We are just in receipt of anothe.r supply
of that ver.y cheap and popular clothing.
Gall soon if you wish to get hargins.
At' LOVEL AE & WHECELER's.
Dec 18 51 tf.
Green and Black Tea,
Ofs-uperior <p:alit , for saie cheap at
Dee. s 51 PRATTS' Druii Store.
By an order from John T. Peterson, Or.
dinary, I will resell, at the risk. of the form
ner p;re-ascer, on Monday, the 6tl of Jan
uary, i s', bc'~re the Court House, within
the legal ho::rs of ral,e one tract of Land,
belonging to the estate of Jacob Perkin's,
dec'd, and sold by Lewis A Perkins vs. Sa
rah Perkins and others. Said tract cotr"
taains 571 Acres, more or less, and is near
Colony Church, and bounded by lands of
Mary Spenee, David -ook, -Sit dr*T2ers
an otlhcrs, known as the - House Place, or
tract o_ l0.
Terhna of Sale-On a credit until the 4th
div of Novem ber, 1868, with intetstfs
the day of sale, except so much of the pur
chase money as y be nccesss to pay
the cost, which m be paid'in cash. The
purchaser to give bond with at least two
approved securities, %nd a mortgage of.the'
premises to the Ordinary to secure thepr
chase money. .
T. M. PAYSITGER, s.
Dec 13, 1867. . -
Alsc,, b an order from the Ordinary, I
u ilsell at the sante time and place, th
rear estate or Ladoska Wadsworth, contail
iun forty or fifty ac'res, joied by'lands-of
J_. .eller, Win. H Ruff and others.
Terms Qf sale,.credit until 4th Deceube
18SS, witr the -balanceof tcr.as as sho
T.1.L PAYSXGE, es.x.V
.Oier56 18 . - --
Alio, ohe'ti"ct of I[nd, cozithiig Fertf
Aerest norg-ove1-, bounded- by4asal of
Wm. Me,MiclracI ;. 8eers and 4,Gelga
fetz. - e retl estate-of George E'artn s,
deceasedan a credit until the first p. Jaa
pary,:18g, and.-th.balance of top -thv
same as the above advertisement.
---T. WPAYSINGER, .n.e.
Dec.16th, 1867, 3
y virta of a itt o~ Fi ac ai 4n .
dliectgd~I will 'seU'o, .onday the. -d et
One Tragc of .mo t1wgsk
Acres. more r- les,s .-be6u Jef
of Rtbard Satterwblse; Danl. - Bqede
and .others. Two fi e Iroodd !area I goof
Twa-hdrse VI'go, 2pa.ir gair,a,eu-1
Saddle. - Ie, ied dany e of E;41'.
vs. Z#sses R.-0Jbso. - 3
.Also, I wilsell eic two ine ic Stota
in the Town .of Newberry, and occu m
thia titnc by-Dr. Grierson and-B.. a.
too, nid boundcd fnti: og, by. the
$q:rp,. on the sou .l by -Prt efr
on the north byWrigbt --
Levied on as the propesty of Joe aI
the suit of Samuel B. Jolnstone,Ket al, vs.
W. W.-McMorres, et al. . . 3
A1sor 1800'Acres of 6end;-ractwo. (dthe
Home traet,) containing 600 aces, and
bdunded byi-ands ofT. B. Wadlhngtoa.4pe
Caldwll, Lemuel Dickett and others. Tract
No 2, lying.ond ndian-KingyareeIman
Twelve Hundred (1200) Acres more or les.
Levied otr oa~the property .ar-Y. 1V Mkle
well a t tiho^suit of baufel B. Johlsteet, et
al v. W.- W. McMorries'.gWMdwefl
and Joe CaidwelL- .
T. M1. PAY INER s.e D.
.December 18 18Gr
STA TE OF SOUTH GJAROLHNA.
WV. HI. Harrington .and others, E orv.. ma
-Aaron Gilbal and othjers.
rid OIi~ roz Gi~Isd~$a4i
defe'ndants to this bill, reside brn.t
limits of-this State. on motion e,f.Baa'
ter Plaibtifl's Solicit~or, Order. lat they
de plead, answe,r or demur to this b: ith'
in f4rty daiys. -from the putglCic 1d
or the samen witf be taken pmo confessoaah
them . - S[LAS JOH 8TOBE
Dec. 18 51 2mn. .1$-i
STATE OF SOUTRKCAROLI A.
.3%11 to ?osec)oso Matp -
By order of the Court of 2Equity IwljI
uay ne ile rsk of te nJ b.
fore abe Court House at Newberrn. aget of
lant situated i' -Newberr. District o,I,'he
South .dde o'rEnoree R,iver containinN oe
three h,undr'ed iirds (fogether witha
ber, E, S Keitt and others.
TEnMs -The purchaser-will be regured t
give bond with at 'lenst two good suretits
and a m,ortagef of the premises, to secm
the putrehra - mney; pkyabiel ib' twoa
appl.insalmen-ts, with ptecrestis
day of'sale; jnd. topy in Cash &tesas
om Oic, SIESJOHSTONE .
DJec. 18 51 35. Cy.,D N. P.
stTJkIE QsO UTJI CAROLINA.
Adm'rs, VS Georges MChQapJaA.Am'r
.3BH1 for Sale of Land and othel- purposes. --
By order.fl$bt Court.o(Eqalty,lXwi sq1
at public outcry, on the~first .ida'y in Jene
qWaPSPo.-efot1e Court U.ogg a New's
*befry a tract of latid situated mn ewberry
District, oqte-North side of EnoreeBIver,
eontain.ing ,-. . acret and.aqaed by
lands of --
TERMS .-A credit OfKlv h vith
interest from day 6f sale, p~h w
mopey te be scoured by bond with at least
two gtodI suceties anid a mnor:Ige of the
-land.< The costs of these proced ,to be
piaid! in-cash. SIL AS JO HNs
Comn's Offee, .em
Dec. 18 51 .3t. 19
The0 State of' S.outh Carolina.
Newberry Distiiet-In Equity. -
' vivors, v W. W.. f1 mtealma:1 olkmrs.
Bill to Forcelose Mortg.i;c-o iteif1Estate?
By ordsir ot'ee-Cpart o4' Equity.Lwiltseff,
at public ancetioni, on the, first Mondq 13
January, 1868, befo,re the. Uonrl Huse, as
Newberry, a House and Lot in the;.asse
sion of WV. W. Hosal in the Townof
Newberry. The said lot contains si aetie
more or less, -and is bounded by Fdr's
Street, which separates it from the leas of
the Newberry College, on tho North by a
street separating it frc-u Wells'lead, on th
west by.Dr. Moon's lan&,.and on the south
by lands of Col Simeon Fair.
TERMS.-TheC purchaser will he- required
to give bond with at least two good sureties,
and a mortgage of the premises, to secure
the purchase money, payable at twelve
months, with interest from the day of sale,
and to pay the costs of these proceedings in
cash. SIL AS JO H1NSTONE, e E.Ni D.
Com'rs Office, 18 Dec. 1867. f110
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
NeWBERRY DIsTRICT-i EQUITY.
Henry Summer and William Summer, Sar".
viving Adm'rs., vs. Mary M1. Summe-,
C. P. Summer, et. al.
Bill to sell Land, Marshall Assets al Gem
By order of the Court of Equity, I will sell
at publbe outcry, before the Gourt House at
Newberry. on the first Monday in January
next, the Kibler tract of land lying in Lex
ington District, containing two hundred and
seventy two acres more or less, and bounded
by lan'ds of Joseph Ep ting, Joseph Sheely,
John Swittcnburg and others.
TEnuKs.-The purchaser will he permritted
to pay any portion of the purchase money
in cash, otherw i-c the same must be secured
by bond, with at least two good sureties and
a mortgage of the property. The costs of
these proceedings to be p:iid in cash.
Comn's Offce, fSIL AS JOJINSTONE,
Dec. 18 51 3t '10 . E. N. D.
I will sell n extra :fine Sew'ing Ma
chii ne, in ..p pilId Mah(.:anly case, and
inl c):tlete orer very chtap, if applied
f>r soon. II. UI. LQVELACF.