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"Let Their-Foes Beware.
There is a sheet ~published in
Charlston, and edited by R. I.I.
Cain, the negro "Senator" from
Charleston. It professes to be a
religious paper, and is called the
Missionary Record. It may be
pious,,.but it is the piety of the
devil. Its mendacity is only ex
gelled by its insolence. -
Alluding to the affair in which
young Smith was killed; it boldly
charges that-it was instigated by
this jogrnal and the Democrats,
with the desire to begin a war of
We give an extract from this
fiolent war-like article. Let the
colored people observe how this
false teacher, like Cain of old,
would kill his brother, by produ
cing a collision of races. What
madness---tbat the colored man,
in -is weakness, should be called
upon to court an issue fatal to
hl iaterests 1
But read what the reverend
"Benator" and editor has to say :
"eIs bas been instigated by the
Columbia Phenix, and e u c h
papers, and by the Democrats, so
that they may have it to say that
th wauof races has legan. We
say 4his is-a deliberate affair. It is
known here that a lot. of revolvers
were sent up the corintry, lately ;
also, that another lot came to- this
. city, and are in the hands of
eettain Democrats here. It is
well for men in pesition to know
that, it is the plan of the Democrats
to drive, by torce, -every Northern
white man from this State, and to
oventrurthe present reconstructed
Ggmrnments of the South. We
know these. faats, and we- knw
the men. We-understand the pro
gramme, and the Republicans are
pepared te meet the issue. We
se jo or frieuds, that whe. the
issue comes, there will be 80,00T5
loyal &-an W'ho will springtAr3ms
in this State, at the soind of the
- Arst note.- -Every plantstion has
ti(Ca'an; and the men an'd~wo
sme are prepared to atrod by their
* 1libeig They'stand on tbe de
fensive, and no aggressiveesure
w~ilbe-tsken'bythem. They are
d'aermined to keep the race and
abide-by law and order, and see
that the lierties,o.f their children
are guarded with sleepless'vigi
Ianee. Let their foes be aware!"
~ObsErve this:' "Ev'ery plantaztion
hes its Captai.' "The men and
8e *lmen are prepard tosadb
- Th1oavewal,- we repeat, comes
*omu the .Missionary .Becord, led
ited by one Caia, a colored man,
asting as "Senator" fromi Charles
* ~ 1ICKEBSON'S HoTELJ, COLUMBIA
-* port iojarious to this botel
his been recently circulatpd by
int0ested parties to the effect
that -negroes were entertained at
the hotel. The report is untrue
The onljy foundation for it is that
-s~ome ofthle scallawag and carpet
bag legiulators, who have white
skins, are stopping at the hotel,
sad the negro legislato-saho are
on coismnittes.and otherise con
uectesl wlth them, visit them at
their roomis, drink and smoke
with themn, and pi-obably lie on
* their beds, &c., &c. this of course
cannot be prevented by .the pro
* prietQrs, and is of no consequence
whatever to the respeertable guests
of th.e hetel, who have nothin~g to
do- with the carpet-bagers and scal,~
!awags, and of coures never enter
~Nokerson's hotel was crowded at
the recoat meeting of the St.ate
Demoeratie - Convention~ and -as
delegates from nearly all parts of
the State stopped there, we refer
our readers to them for further
DL. JOHN M. MAsON, while
preaching on the text, "Whbat
shall it profit a man," &c., referring
to the apologies given by -the im
penitent for refusing to accept the
gift of eternal life, mentioned the
common plea,-"We do not want to
profess Christianity, because many
dishonour the profession ; we do
not want to be hypocrites ; we are
candid men. " "And so," said the
eloquent preacher, "you are willing
to go to hell as gentlemen of can
dour." It is said that a distin
guished lawyer was led by this
pointed rebuke to renounce the
hypocrisy of unbelief for sincere
faith in the Son of God.
Suicide is all the rage at Naples. Peo
pie have to walk in the middle of the
street to escape injury by the falling
bodies of those who dash themselves
from the high balconies. One old rman
took the fatal step because he had caught
cold and was afraid it might settle on his
A new method of dressing
wounds has recently been adopted
in Belgiun. A sheet of lead one
fifteenth of an inch thick is applied
to the injured limb, and inade by
pressure to assume its shape. The
lead is firmly secured by means
of strips of adhesive plaster, and a
current of fresh water is made to
pass over the surfiace of the flesh
once or twice a day. Out of one t
hundred and seventy-nine patients I
treated for workshop or railway
accidents at the municipal hospital
of Ghent, one hundred and sixty
five were discharged cured. The t
average duration of the treatment
was thirty-one days. Of the fom -
teen who died the greatest number
were mortally injured by .the ac
SAD DEATH.-We regret to chronicle
the unexpected death of Mrs. Harper,
the young and beloved wife of Rev.. I
Robert Harper, pastor ' of the Methodist
Church, at this place. She was taken ,
seriously ill yesterday morning, and died r
in the course of a few.hours.-Greenville =
~ A sea captain, visiting the African a
coast, was invited to meet a committee
of prosp.cSive nissionaries, upon his re
turn to America, and among other ques- q
tions he was asked if the subjects of t
King Dahomy "keep Sunday ?" "Keep
Sunday? yes, and every other darned
thing they can lay their hands on," was
. Can any one tell as how it is that a ]
men who is too poor to pay for a news
paper, is able to pay a dollar or -two a t
day for tobacco and cigars ? t
A Western paper records the marriage
of Samuel Mann and Sarai Price-an- ]
ther illustration -of the saying that
"every m3n has his price, "
The wife mikes the. home, and the I
home makes the man.
NOM INA TIONS.
NThe following named gentlemeu are nomi I
sated by their respective fEeD,ds for the
various offices menuoned .
. For Tax Collector.
J. D. SMIT8l
J. W. COvNTs
CApr JoHN WILLIA*S
Josapn W. HILL e
J. L. Caoxna. -
MEssis EDIToRs.-You will plea. any
nonee Adatm M. Riser as a Candidate, forh
the office of Justice of the Peace, annder the I
-Adobbige MANY FRIENDS,
Massas. EDrwons-flease annencee Dr.
A.B. Prsas acandat f thOOee of
Tax Collector, and Qb ' b
April 29 18 -. AN! TRIENDS.
Missna. EDIToR.: You. will please Sn
jionee J-imes E Peterson, as a suitable per
sonfor the newty'created office of Justice of
the Peace, and eblge_MANY VOTERS.
Female CoHe ge,~
NEWBERRY C. H., S..O
Judge Y. J. Pope, Chainnan. -
.oh Ro,bt. Moormni~n, Mr.- Win 'Laugford,
Mj. C. Suber, ". SihiaarJohnetqu'e,
M.aj. L. J. Jones, I" T. F. Grenteker,
.-.- Dr. Jas. Meintosh,
Mr. W. H.Webb, Treasurer.
The ensuing session .of this School will -y
comnence on the -first Wednesday in An,
gt.next, and close sthe second Friday in
Deeber. Persons desiring to enter their
children or wards, are reguestied to address
the Chairman of thre Advisory Board, or the
Principal of the -Institurion. The' varios ,
departmentsQf the College are thoroughly
organized, and every facility is afforded for
obtaining a i,omplIete education
g'ayment for Boar&and Tuition must be
made at the tine the pupil enters the Sehool.'
and pupits will be charged from.the timne of
enrance to the cloe of the Session. A re, q
ceipt ftoam the Tresrer of the Advisory
Board mufl be placed by each pupil in the
hands' of the Principal at the time she.enters
te School. Prnvisions will be as acceptable
as money in paymen-.of exisenses.
Terms Per Se.esion in Advance :
Board, ineluding Washing and Ligts.......X10
Tutica,.Col. Deetent, emnbraslig Eaglish
" urick .....------- 24
" Msie " ...---- 10-- -
Inc..........e~ .. ........12
.BIrder, are reqiredt ps thr twel,
Sheee, Pillow ('e,' ind Heavy Coveuing.
For itartber particulars address the Chairman 11
of theBoasd, or Priserpa1of-Colleg
Rev. J. r AYLO1 ZE.AF Prleioa.
Y J. PoPs, Chairm Adisory Board. -
Board a be had in lainmes near the College,
P. SCOT T'S
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YouTH's and MEN'S COA TS, ~
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and F URNISHING GOODS gen
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StitTS of the best FRENCH and ENG..'
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S YLES PROMPTLY and PASHIONABLT
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Having purchased FOR CASH, from the
OLDEST and BEST ESTaBLISHED Eoueza
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Making, Cutting Altering and Repairing b
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Newberry C. H. S.C. I
Oct. 9 41 ly
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ISOLETTE, THE FIMALE SPY.
A STORY OF CHARLESTON AND THE WAR.
- By J. Witherspoon Ervih.
in the issue of the York rille Enqulrer for the
th of June. will be commenced the publication
f the above thrillingand interesting nbuvelette,
rritteu expressly for its columne. by one of the
aost popular authors of this State. The princi,
tal scenes of this story are laid in Charleston
A.d vicinity, and the story cannot tail to prove
nteresting to all who are familiar with the
vents which occurred in that locality during
he late war.
One of the most painful circumstanees conneot
d with the heroic defence of Charle ton. during
ts three years of siege, is to be fo'nd in the fact,
hat during all this time, there were persons in
he city. -in high life," who were eugaged as
pies in sending information to the besiegers.
)rawings of the fortii;cations were furnished,
reek points noted. and the movement of troops
dicated as soon as begun and the fleet notified
f the time of arrival and departure of blockade
utniug ves-els. So cautions.y did there emis
ries of the enemy conduct their work, that for
,mug time the skill of the most eminent detec
ives was baffied in their endeavors to break up
he illicit correspondence. These spies were the
ource of extreme annoyance to the Command.
re in Charleston. and the information they Were
na led to furnish, often thwar ed their best ma.
red desigi's upon the enemy. As a proof or
h.- completet-ess of this conspiracy, it may be
enrked, that the daily papers of the city were
requently read on board the blockade fleet, the
am, day of their publication.
The author of"-Iolette, or the Female Spy,"
as taken the principal characters and inoldegts
in thi affair, and under awsumed names. has pre
entNd them in the form of a thrilling, and well
ritten romance. historio and imaginative. The
rounidtances of the story are detailed a, begin
ting on James Island and in conunetion with
tme of the South Carolina Regiments stationed
here. After many thrilling adventures in
rhich the "female spy" figures largely, the he
oe of the plot follow their regiment to Vir
niR. before the walls of Petersbur:. The sur
ender of General Lee's Army 'n 186, finds
bem again among the Santee hills, where the
Persons who wish to secure this Interesting
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South Carolina Railroad.
GENERAL SUERINTEN DENT'S OFFICE,
CHAKLaTO , S. C.. March 28,1868. 1
On and after Sunday. January 19. the Passen,
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows, viz :
Leave Charle-ton for Columbia...........6.30 A M
Arrive at Kingville ...................... 180 P M
Leave Kingville .............................-. 2 00 P 11
Arrive at Columbia........... ...3 50 P M
Leave Columbia .................... 6.unu A M
Arrive at Kin ville ........... .. 7.30 A M
L-ave Kinzvil le................. 8 00 A M
Arrive at Charleston............................3.0 P M
The Passenger Train on the Camden Branch
will conaectwith Up and Down Columbia Trains
and Wilmington and Manchester Railroad
Trains on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
N UHT FXPRESS. FREIG1IT AND PAS
SENGER ACCOMMODATION TRAI. will run
as fo,loWs. viz:
Leave Charleston for Columbia..........6. 40 P M
Arrive at Columbia.........................6. 6 A M
Leave Columbia............................... 5.30 P M
Arrive at Charleston......... .........540 A M
March 21 Ii. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Supt.
South Carolina Railroad.
This Company has now for sale, for the
accommodation of merchants throughout
the country, "BUSINESS TICKETS" to
travel over the road.
ONE THOUSAND MILES FOR $25.
They can be procured at the Company's
Ticket Office in Angusta, Columbia and
Camden ; also in Charleston, from
L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent,
April 22 17 tf Office John Street.
Office Laurens B. B .
Laurens C. H.,S. C , April 29, 1868.
On and after Tuesday. 12th May next th,
trains on this road will comnmence running
to return on same day; to connect with up
and down trains on Greenviile and Coium,
bia Railroad, at He!ena; leaving Laurens at
5 A M.-, on Tuesdays, Chursday's and Sat.
urday's, and leaving Helen at 1j P. 31 , on
same days. J. S. BOWERS,
M y 6 Supt. L. RR
SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL ROADS
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
April 28 1868.
THE FOLLOWING FREIGHT 'ARIFF
from Nashville and Chattanoilga to Colum,
bia will take effect from and after this date:,
To Columbia. Nashville. Chattanooga.
Bacon per 100 lbs..........83 62
Oats per hu-.bel............28 21
Cor7i per bushel..... .. ..36 27
Wheat, rye and barley per
hushel ......... 431 320
Pork aad beef per barrel....2 57 $1 92
Flour, apples, onions and
potatoes per. barrel....... 1 50 1.19
Wblskey, high wines and
alcohol............... 3.95 296
(Signed,) H. T. PEAKE,
M.-y 7 General Superintewlent.
Notice To Shippers.
God'l Saperinten's Office S. C. R.:..
- December 11, 186'7
On and.afer this date .the TARIFF by the
(Great Sout hern Freiaht Line,. FROMf COf,UM
BIA;wl be as follows; vi~z:
Cotton per bale, to Ne w York............4. f
" Phil;delphia.........4 0
B3altimore: . .....:.. 8.2
-This route,ia guaranteed a- cheaper, quieket
and.mnre.reliable than any competing, wh He
the die-umnce of insureance, tDot amnouting tso
20c.-, isover twice compensated by dlifirence or
H. T. PEARE,
Dec 11 .General Superintendentt.
"The Cbrisdian Neighbor.''
-On T hursday, A pri! 2d, 18 8, I shall en-mmencs
'h;e weekly muniboatlon of 'H E CHREISrIAN
N EfIUBORi the.city of Columbia, S. C.
It will be an A DVOorrI: 1. Of I'brietianit'.
udiversal; aso par'.ioaar, as opposed to war~
1.-naive or defensive. 2 Of? the Insteralq Uni':
.f the ('hurch. as oppos'ed to the pretensions ui
-xtenali--m. -3. Of Meth odli as holding the
head: and as consistingr with the essentials. lib
<-rty and charity of Christianity. 4. 0f Civi.
Government asid Patriotism, as they consist with
the Divine (hoverntmept..and General Btenignity.
5. (Of .qua'ity. as It cnus.ists 'wlth Christiar.lzed
-:ommvn sense. 6. Of Edu~cation, physical, mae
tRti, religIos and-Doral, .a of the' -irinlp
A RacouDpus of Geenrl Intelligence from ti.
h,ousehold', agricultural. scient1iic, artificial.
commercial and onliitical world.
And an ADYsEaTI8a3 of, the respectable and
moral.- . .4
Casre will be exemcised to -exclude imprope:
msatter, a-nd to pnflli that 'which will instrie
hle Children and the School,- and edify the
A dults and the Church- -
The question of the qoneisteney of war with.
britinit'y will, when under consideration, b
trea;elfas f'ar an. we asu in a Christien epiriL
And, while the denr.minatlinal eture or the~
paIJer will be Methowdistic. we r.hm11 endeavor "t.
keep-the nity of tle spirit in'the bond of peaoe"
with all branches ofthte Church that hold Chitel
at the lead
the eff-rI will be to make the weekly visits of
Ta e NICIonBon agreeable and profitable to every
Terms inadvance or wisthia 3 Xonth's:
Six Mo"nths ...............1 0.
Every 'ubscriber is authorized to act as an
agentr, anid will. aftet payinsg $2.'0 for his own
paper. be. credited with 10epe cent o'n all
ameounts received from him for Tus/EGDBor
A 'imnited number of advertisenreats w.ill be're
ceived at.-the customary rates.
grP Persons remitting money-by mail will de
posit the letter in. the l'est filic. in the presence
of awitness. ay.d in case the money is -not res
ceived. the certiheati of dej>cait, will be forward
[W The receip of all sums of mod*ty sect wil
be acknowledge In the paper, in connection
gyithi the siubscriber's name. -
(e Otice imn Mai street, next to Robert
Adeson. SIDI H. DROWX
Colurabia. 5: C.
P. S. Agents and other friends to the enter
prise will please exert "themselves an send in
subscribers and monuey by the last of Kach.
March4 10Of. _______
Greenvie~and Columiaa 1. B. Co.
This Company has now for saJe, in lieu of
'Season Tickets," a TICKET which entitles
a per-sob to travel over the road
One Thousand Miles for $40.
within one year from date of purchase.
The tickets carn be prc-hased from the
Agets at Columbia, Newberry, Abpeville,
Anderson and Greenville.
. W. A L-ATON GIBBES,
GeneraI Ticket Agent G. & C. R. R. Co.
New Barber Shop.
Shaving, Hair Dressing and Chiampooing
stylishly done in squire Petsrson's shop by a
The subecribezrhaving opened a Restaurant
NEXT DOOR to hist Bakery and Confec,.
tionery store, in the building formerly ocs
cupied by Mr. B. M1. Blesse, for the accomi'
modation of the public, informs them that
he is prepared to furnish
All the Delicacies of the season
Oysters and Game,
'In the most acceptable style.
He will keep constantly on draft
Fresh Lager Beer,
Wines, Ales, &c.
He Is also prepared to furnish
TRANSIENT OYR REGULAR
BOARD AND LODGING.
He respectfully asks for a share of patron
age, and promises to make his establish
ment a favorite resort.
JTa n 153 LOUTISr SCHOAIR.
The Great Pop plar Paper I
ihRLETON DAILY MU
Six Dollars a Yea !
THE uRIESTONi TRI-WE Y .lN ,
Three Dollars a year-Two Dolkr
for Six Months.
Terms, Cash in Advance...
W No paper sent unless thti &a
companies the order.
W No paper sent for a longer time
than paid for.
RIORDAN, DAWSON & O.
For the Campaigns of ForreO
and his Cavalry:. "
BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRhTE? .
This historical record of the most' i I
liant exploits and daring adventures of t=
war, among its many valu ble and interes
ing contributions to historical truth, cleatN
up, on unquestionable authority, all mitt
presentations in regard to the - liking- ,aa
Fort Pillow by General Forrest. Addr,
J. P. MILLM E aCO.
jan 82m Philadelpha, P :
The sabscriber will opea ms
1st of M ARt:H a Sceol bsgs
The course of instruction,w4
siat :f the ordinary Ea9l
ches, Latin, Greek, ad, if
the Modern Languages..
Terms Three Dollars per month, naillbi
in advance.' -
mar 48m J. '. J. CAI,,WLL.
- Agents Wanted for
The Official History
OF THE WAR,
It Causes, Character, Conduct dt
BY ALEXANDER H. STEPHENS.
A Book for all &etions and mV
This great work presents the olly
and jmpartial analysis of the Causes of
yet pa:lished, and gtves those iuLrior
and shadows of the :reat conflet ointy'n
those high officers wire watched the tXod tide et
revolution from its fountain eprins..ad whis
were s- acccesible to Mr.. Stephens from hkeg
sition s ieecond odeer of the Cufedacy.
To a ablic which has been surfebea
A-PPAR 'TLY SIM1LAR PRODUCrIf
we promise a change of fare, beth
and salutary, and an intellectt l tr st
W eet order. The Great AicaE -t&
A LASr found a historian wort of its in
p ortanae, and at whose hands it will re-et
moderate. candid and impa2"tiatitlt&Wb
truth and justice s! urgently de8awL
The intense desire every whetq.tanf '
obtain this work, its OmeIa' chaai n
sale, combined with an incr esed h..
mnake it- the best tubscrt onboat ever
One Agent in Eastwn, ra , separte -
scribers is three-days. -
Gne in Boston; Mass. 103 suberibes 4a 15I
id d~'o, Circul,rs and see 'our tdas., ad a
full description o.f the work, with Ptesu n se
of advance'sbeets. so.
Addrei5 NA IOI4NAL PUBLISNt4S.
TilE SUBSCRIB3ER has cons&antly on
hanada fyll assorunenrof ihejaho'
. ases, of difierent pytet-s, -beseigr
o)f his ownunake, all Of-which he q
toi lf'rnish at i'ery -reasondble
oromptness and despatch.
Person& desirous of hsving, eessg by
-railroad will have them sent free of'chifg.
:A Hearse is qlw4ys on ba6d and. wi1I}b.
iiorniished, at th-e rate of $10 per day.
*Thanzkf'ul for past patronage,ghe
'riber respectfully asks for a contin uati
.f the same, and assures the pOINis?is
no effort on his part will.be spared tor
rhe utmost satisfaction. .-.'
R. C. CHAPXAM
Newberry S. Cs, July 31. 4.
The undersigned respectfnliy giveu uase
that, he is prepared toMAKE, or MM
an.v khid of CABINET WARE,in the saM
est anad most saLisfactory inapaer, WJk
soligited. Prices reasonable.
Oct. 30, 1867-44-tL . eaa .
FASHIONABLE BARBE~R snd
11AI B DRE88KR,
RESPECTFULLY announcea to the. gen.
tItemen of Newberry, that he has. remapedae
the room in the sear of the Newberry Rotel.
where he will be happy to wait upon all in
the exercise of his profcesion. His 9bjmos
is to.please the most fastidious taste,- -and
the keeping..f his shop shalL e aiter the
most unexceptionable style.
Shaving, Trimmting, 8theapooing,Aand
Hairdying executed in the inost approved
manner. - Janl. Si$pi-ti.
. Charleston, S. C;
BOARD PER DAY, $3.00.
A. WTT IIl , Irs.XU'Wi,
Views for Sale.
Photographs of the Baptist,L4theran
Methodist, Presbyterian and
These Views are perfect Pietare.-besati.
fully bright, clean and clear. Those who
desire pictures of any of the above churches,
have now an opporttunity to obtrin thera
cheap. 4 They are 61 by'SI inches, and
mounted on card board, ready for framing.
We have on band a fine assortment of gilt
frames, suitable for these views.
WREN & WHEELER,
March 11 Photographese.
New Ear Room.
I 'have opened and refurnished the Bar
Room in Amazoque, formerly kept by Mr.
Fed Bonzer, and will always keep on hand
the very purest liquors that can bee had in
the Market-Such as Cognac, Apple and
Peach Beands', various brands whiskey,
Sin, Rum, Wine, Ale, Porter, &c. My stock
wil always be select and pure, and prices
rery moderate. CallI and see 'f you cannes
;ta be'.ter drink at less tuoney than foe.
nerly. D. WARD, & 00.,
New berry, March 25.