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Negro Out.-age in Gqorgia,
The tahos Jerael gives the fIo '
account of a bdiit"trg ceomi
by negroes Is Gergia:
It appears that e Thuradey lest, two
respectable Young girls residi near
station 14, upo te Central a were
on their way home A'om school, when
they were overtaken by two stout ne
groes, who iesmetely seied them, and
despite their sres for aid, committed
a diabolical este. Having effected
their brutal deed olhece, one of the
negroes, who bd but one arm shook the
outilatedstemp of Ie ether in the %ei
of the eldest of the two girls, and ex
claimed "f emt irpeene and I'm
bound to have it. W i belonged to
your father i ran away, he fblowed me
to the w ds atstheUe, and I had to
lise tidaai; ds ye ee it ? Now I'm
bound to t e , with bim, and draw
Ing his pocket bife, he severed her arm
entdrely bm her body, between the
wtist and elblw joint. The two acoes.
drels ten broke,away and ran for the
woods. Very krtpeastely the girls had
t *0 ougb to tie the moti
. tI above the elbow until
medical aid o-6ld beprocured, and it is
barely po?ibla that tyoung sufferer's
life amay be serd.
The newtof ts edie h deed ran like
wild6re all- thqqgh the .eighborhood,
and in a short tla a mounted patrol was
organised, w6e esmateered to gom par
oaut of the soe sdvek They soen found
one of thi4m,bea theygnetioned right
sharply, but soamehor or other the ne
gro got ilo soiewbpre in the swamp,
and the- party returaed home without
The other, and by far the w6rst of the
twa, sacoe4.d is esaping from that
'eighborbood and made his way toward
macon. Weare informed that a negro
answer3ng bis description was seen at a
pisea known as Sandy- Bottom, on Sun
dpy nigha:hse,and yesterday the police
were in hot search after him, a reward
of five hundred delars having been of
fered fdr bMs'esptitre:
Yarious Things aboutWomen.
We les sys" a Georgia exchange,
. that an mrtIseing made in one of the
ahbrrhts In C-=,obee esunty to exelude
from te ohbarbR female members who
wear hoops, paiers, Grecian bends, small
bati, eruse osiettes, paint, or other
applinees, to make an external show,
'fort a silbiion '
Bah tlii yn some people
N'itl bother tsisulves about women
aoiqgJqsa, Jbe truth is, men don't
lke ~ ~imAl atraight all
the~ w ~T ith.a lean
tve.~ts1hk tA e.debout the
ais,t of. rNaisee, they don't!
-AM a %WOkimui ii miay phases of
tbMi="sery .go thig. And
that eburek is Cheee esenty which
is toing:M ib e . eiWse bers to
-~ ~ut*qg pesy; Is thstehureb
h heies t dhay,*em thee.s
that Na Cejs wants thm
he~b -bs hata *
me bo ledwt -ae drs,
* Ie1saaeW, - Ilens Ten
*mgUrvmsme esteMde dthis paper
-ws - sespess -e ny sek
- Bsit me pee then.ese
ea* seeks, and ~upses
ft Is4Me kew thatl-f do
tara thmle s lat. a, they eas the1
fecMmeM emes, -fr they rat,'t hav
side ubialue. Gd.ba not gies-a them
oiIe-wMkhw". and t6ea- should- peove
.tothmeu l-ar&sehey ought not to
t6st lea ags ago, a %eung man
ieddsad ti feeble and emaciate
eernditiosi-paUS4 thou- Sumter, rep
rsetis iuasalfM5a onaetesekhser,
is roe be his hese in adsnCoon
ty, (sesr Nc~S i5 He gave bis
name s Lois. odwys and
as2ta a*er te.t his p5lod
- ~ oftafstr e joined Gen ~ n'si
~sde e that , hA!t,I at
UBfuagton, duo,ring hMs celebrated
ezplets I. that Sa That he was
mere tae- sad anter sme
changes wa.miaat M7enon's Island, on
Lahe Brie, wherehereeained untIl De
cember last, wheen 64 was takenbly a
gentlema to -New York 'an there
recoivai Mdss flom Co. Singleton,
who semaeus er sin methslsice, pro
h Tta hat these, Lading himself wath
*out usenr *tede, be attempted to
warhbk waj ro. the coon .Got
do4wedstedeuier Dsrt,and he re
mained, b seeo feeble to t fvl or
some time, saidSmey recbed the reui
- (a,4 Dr. Thea. DuBo.., of2umter,
who,aAe geeresiyministerin to him
his o Sumter Town.
He sttd that there wereat Johnson's
Islaid, whe. belef t so e
- .t'is eeeters,who
bad not been home er heard from their
friends elsie the war. Thatflvk of these
* were from Booth Carolina, and he gave
their1umes as follows:
Major Moble er Fairfield, about 89
LZ,rus&igh. L sut immons
41-IS~ (pseigler and ient,
Ep eetoOaghr and Lieut. R.
W. et He begged that
these nainea bqh e published, that
their friends aigh learn-of their where
ahoots and that they were alive.
We publish these statements as they
*were made to us, asking our exchanges
. In York, 7arge14 aaaiOrangeburg to no
ties aisd satle whtether. ther. is probably
troth In theim.-gSuter Watchman,
Tinu sWaYS kOesuesssad FAss--The
- Iis&.fjeegum.tebswardedat thq Stats
A ?grannuanial Fair has been publised,
e4 . esreInsNeary every
- Iz,iinb ' - ... and r'
- ~ An+e end taste.
Gopies miy ebhghiUo fom
- the see iab,-CeteaeIIPW*A&so,
'.sPary,. aL W. - wall be
bekfln Celsumbae the lOth,lth and
29th of Nerember.-Olha. News.
.inemmahl 1ail dead.
A Wsusas Paornav.-Captain Saiby,
of the Royal Navy, has called public at
tantio to the owing facts which, if
verified results, will prove a curious
instanri os priorl reaseAin*
At T,. ., on the ensuing October 5,
the m#Js will be at thitpart of her orbit
which is nearest the eatth, her attraction
wdl thebr, beat its n,aimun force.
t non the mon will be on the earth's
equator, a circumstance which never
occurred without marked atmospherie
disturbance ; and at 2 P. M., the same
day, hess drawn from the earth's centre
i *Lth$n and moon in the sam'e
are of right ascension. The moon's at;
traction and the sun's will, therefore,
be acting is the same direction. In -other
words, the new moon will be on the
earth's equator when in perigee, and
nothing more threatening can occur of
high tides and destructive storms.
Sir John Herschel has said that no
man jealous of his reputation will be a
weather prophet. The foregoing pre
diction, which assumes to be grournded
on ascertaining physical facts, is given
with an air of perfect confidence, and
may be tested in the ensuing autur,
No Tancnu LcEs A Morss.-Sad, in
deed is the picture, gloomy the prospect,
where the sweet bonds between- parent
and, oipring are rudely snapped by
death, passion, or the force of circum
stances. MIelancholy and often perilous,
indeed, is that condition of the child,
when the mother is untimely called to
her account, ere the bloom of early in
fancy has passed fi om her darling's
cheek. Yet more deplorable, when a
parent's faults and evil habits, ill-judged
severity or culpable indulgence, have cor
rupted the understanding. and alienated
the heart of their offspring. How de
lightful is it in our after days of honor
and successful maturity, to look back on
the sunny hours of infancy ; to recall a
mother's earnest gaze of utterable fond
ness; a father's caress of tenderness and
love ; to dwell by memory's aid on their
mutual joy at our progress in strength
and knowledge ;-the result of their
united ' instructions and entreaties-on
the -boty precepts that from their lips
were caught, and the eternal truths they
impresied upon our remembrance ; and
to feel that, whatever we may possess of
life's best gifs, we mainly owe, next tb
the Giver of all, to their devoted care.
LtRsAR Hosoa. -The London News
of the $8th July says:
"Yesterday, after a year's unavoidable
delay, the degree of D. C. L. was con
leirre8 spoi 'Mr. H.' W. Longfellow by
ihe niversity of Oxfdri,ata convo ation
specially held for the purpose of adding
the name *V- this most cherished of
American-poets to. the list of those
werthie om the University delights
to ar+on.-'-t was otly throug bntirely
accidental circumstances that the author
t**Bvastgeline" and the "Psalm of Life"
w pns'et al year-ego from; receivinig
ja.has owni person. this tribute to his
gens and character, and to the gemius
nd elwacter of the great English-.
upligrace of the New World, who'
hve io n'ued imu the ~true'uelon-of
a long lias o(intelfectual ancestors in the
ld costry. Mr. Longfellow. now jefes
nsbIeInd of "Doctors,7 among whop:
setral his; own gIustriops fellow
T'ars Ni*c or. h,asovammr.-We
had th leasu e esterdag morning,
.taf m L, at - t!i mebhee shop of
Er. Themnas Kyall, an Gervais street, a
forty4.. borse-power. tubular boiler,
manmpetred.for Oapt. John P. Aufl,
rqltuof the Newberystam flour
ug illsh. This boiler is the lars
ever eonstru9ted in Columbia. ...
ligthu twenty feet ; da e)o
feet; fire box five feet f6da inclh.;"ithi
Bt-4we three oc B . ft Is built of
A No, L insedean~charcoal iron, and
Vydgs 1Lhomt 9,000 pounds; has the la
telapaipedgagecocks, whistle, etc.,
ad eaqer Wood's patent steam pgs
The wrkmanship is highly spoen of
by all machinists who have examined
t,n shows conclusively that we have
eas.seWnt mnechanics in our midst, who
only require the opportunity to develop
thir spaites.-Columbia Phonoix.
Ru.s BUSTED! Dwau t Rasuanscuou!
..Aweek ago, the Boiler at -Bacon in
Glove'.S8team Mills, by some accident or
other, ezplodled on a sinall scale, making,
however, a big noise, and killing, pro
ter., our ancient friend, Joe Haddon,
and a negro man. But all the damage
was temporary. The boiler has got
well; a Joseph has got well; and the
n hsgtwH And they are all
Well, well, old Joe Haddon still lives!
A mighty heap of kicking up behind
and before has he done, verily. Joe
claims to be the first man that "came
over"-by the way from hold Hengland
-to run the first engine on the South
Cr~IEna Railroad. Long may he wave.
Ha bran As yas FooL Drxu.-Jospph
Wagner, a young man living at Charles
town, West Virginia, died a few days ago
under singular circumstances. He pro
fesed to hve the power of charming
sakes, and having captured a rattle
snake he was giving some friends an ex
hibition of this power. After fondling
thenake for a time -in his arms, he
threw it on the .ground and switched it
until it writhed with rage. He then
took the reptile up in his arms again,
andaying, "Are you mad ? kisme and
make up;" he put its head in his mouth.
The snake bit his tongue, and he died in
about an hour afterward. In fiteen min
utes after being bitten his skin assumed
the spotted color of the snake.
Sx0GrLAR FREAK OF NATRLs-The
Charleston Courier is informed by a cor
respondent that in the upper part of the
State there lives a young ex-Ccnfederate
soldier, whose leg was amputated during
the war, near the thigh. - After amputa
tion the around rapidly healed, and he
was sent home. A bout a year after a
fleshy protuberance was seen to groer
out of the flesh, which, in the course of
a few months, took the shape of a foot,
and since that time it has been growing
finely, until now the man has a perfectly
new foot and leg growing from the thigh,
which, in a year or so, promises to sup
ply the loss of his leg in the first instance.
If this be true, it is the -most wonderful
freak of dame nature-that lgas. ever come
Wedell Phillips lives with simple tt
'ty but hegivsa3s qnuch that,
*bhis ine'orie~lsv e-the end of
the yar uually finds b .igthout a del
lrI haak and a month~ i asrears to
his guom. Rat tben the r'cer- doesn't
NEWBERRY, S. C.
Wednesday Morning, Ang.25, 1366.
PAssre AwAt.-Departed this lkf on Sata.
day. Aug. 21st, Kr; $oa 8&swAlr, i[ AS
7lst year of his age. 'r. Stewart was one of oor
oldest and mat sosesastl merehants, having
been in beinae hera for upwards of afty yean.
He had a large famy of children, eleven, we
believe, all of whom peceded him to the
grave. He leaves a widow- to mourn the
sad bereavement of - her dearest earthly
friend, counsellor and 'eompanion. We dare
not obtrede, - by the expression of ay
poor words of our own, upon the privacy-of a
grief so crushing and unutterable.
A revival is in progress at the Methodist
Church, in our town.
KLLrx6-A colored man named John Glenn
was committed to jail last Tuesday, ohaied
with the killing of Dave 8lboane, upon the
plantation of Gen. Koon.
EscorSan or Sror.ax Mornr-Mr. J.
Madison Brooks,of our district, who recent'
ly lost one-thousand dollars at the hands of
a servant, has recovered the same. Fortu
ToveaAiL.-Kr. Pool has secured the servi
es of Tom. Weathers of Columbia, an aoom
pihed barber. Gentlemen who appreciate the
luxury of a shave, or a champoo, ic., will find
that Tom. is "at home," In all the elegant styles
of the art.
Mr. Jordan Pool of the Newberry Hotel wil1
accept our thanks for a gallon of hbrectlAed and
full proof mountain whiskey. We Invited seve
ral connoieears to sample the same, and they
pronounced itvery goed;and to our unsopbislca:
ted mind the best evidence of its excellence is
the present condition of the jug.
FiE.-We are requested by Mr. J.
W. Stuckman, to correct a false rumor,
to wit, that all the buildings On his
plantation were recently destroyed by
fire. He only lost the kitchen and cob
Tes WsATHaa continues oppressively
warm, the thermon1eter for days togeth
er averaging 95 to 100. We are now
suffering the effects of a second drought,
which is moreintolerable than the Brat.
It rains roundaboit us from tinme to time,
and all that we-can get In our immediate
town and vicinage, are a few drops. 0
for the latter rain and the gentle dews,
of heaven, and grateful, appreciative
HAm Is HS WHo ownS A ooo? Ras.
-We have often wondered why Bonner of
the Ledger could reooncile the .payment of
arch fabulous sums for a. horse. with his
wel-knowa business,hab,ts,, but. weyknow
nw, for through the kindness of our coart,
eSo youug friend Tonch Pool, we got a ride
behind his well-known trotting hores. and
went dashing.over fine roads In such a styteE
as to make the s r verdre of th'#e
all mir in one glorlops panorama of green,
intll we becathe listoxicaited with pleasant
sencets, and forgos all about the monoosad
sad lfam1*rm er newspaper and ofce~ ilib,
and fbshied the millennium ha&fza,ed, pad
that we were annihilatg tie azid space.
While JhA idulglnjwe e re anad
lenly- gght iso ge'elf by&4msiness like
"!wo,T mid foe'id th#ws were* at the ho.s,
genuedwsnsat MNr. (yarerrat, wb,. -a
meo of our most uanipte young planters.
Kr. P, is an adopted. citisen of Newberry,
havng but recently purchased a handsome
property, sijsNEs dortb-west of our town,1
hr e i a1le1te Udtmber, bulft.%Im a
et littilog house and pitched his cr-;p
W spent a deightVd afternog, partaking
Ihis lopts*etya aJkin over his
grondsdot'a[ke pride'in stating that we
kaok a murvey bf sixty acres of luxuriant cot'.
on, beautifully fruised, which bids fair to
reward him richly Ebr:hls toil: for a great
prtion of the labor was dligently performed
We returned by the "light of the moon,"
at a 2:40 pace and enjoyed the picturesque
icenery muoh, and friend Long., driving uip
bis fat, young cattle, more,' and drank In
a deicious breese as gratefully as erst we
id the sweeping gales which. camne o'er the
"salt sea waves of the briny bloe deep."
The drought In Virginia will reliuce the
corn crop to one-third of average yield.-.
The fbress trees are dying.
The Southern Express offBce at Lanurns,
was last week robbed of nearly 32,000.
The Ouban revolution daily sun eat
er importance. The Independence ofthe
Island is believed as fait accompli.
The threatened water famine in Philadel
phis is truly alarming.
Vieuxtemps baa paid $1,576 for an old
A branch of the Citizens' Savings Bank
has been established in Laurens.
It Is said that an acre of buekwheat
yields fourteen pounds of honey daily.
"The American Farm Book" mentions a
horse that died at 67 years of age.
The Iowa River lately rose nine feet ina a
A Parisan lady's lately-expected baby's
Cotton picking has commenced in
One firm in the ice business at Boston
expect to clear over $100,000, this year.
A burglar in Cincinnati stole a baby for
want of other booty.
The Chinamen wash for fifteen cents a
dozen. Chicago is organising a laundry
More than half the crininals arrested
in New York last year were single men.
Marriage is a bond for good behavior.
When Miss Belle Land drives on Long
Branch beach they call it a bushel basket
phaset6n full of loveliness.
New York churches have the contribu
tion boxes, passed around by handsome
young ladies, and it pays handsomely.
A nurse in Harrisburg, Pa.,- killed the
idl of its parents by daily pricking it with
a pin behind its ears.
It is said that imm'nse rains have de
stroyed the milt crops of Turks Island, so
that ship. waiting there can get no car
A stratum of genuine porcelain clay has
been -recently discovered near Athens,
Garibafdi, Kazzini, Bismtarck, King .Wil
liam of Prussia, Koesuth and Plus IX.
are all in-declining health.
1oMrboxes of tea, shipped di e...romn'
hina to Vicksburg, arrnved at St. Louis
on the 6th in.stast.
The Banral editor of the Bennington
Ban ertil, marages (u1; sagae
mes' depressed ; courtships.. goiTand
prime; scandat .over-stockied;~ belles
plenty ; beaux erarce and of poet
- QI,MA'gust, 1U.
The cospeL.Is past, and it _is. now.as
warm as yeit can be. aid f tile are say
breeses ring they-teadt W-t these 'et
grounds.'It1issiperlatsely warm and dry,
and a sheerofrain so manch dreaded the
first day tswo,.fb view of the condlilos of
our exbinot, . would be received with
delight jt now. A fbw drop -inside,
nore or ass, would make no diference
in the aeral benedt which wourd be
experiend from a good season. Every%
thing anovery one is-suffering for rain and
moderatiemperature. What a sweltering
night wache past; and how. gratefal the
visit to tr spng this mornig to thei hw
who werfortunately able to reach there.
No reportaviag yep-9 o'clock p. m.-been
made as : the. probable condition of hose
who did t-..ake their appenc it is
presumed%at they .combusted or melted
during thedlght. The regular bed"making
round williscbier if ths be the case. In
the meantie we hope for the beet.
On Samuay last, accepting as Invitation
from the S. Mr. Irvin, to a seat In his
commodioi double buggy, we visited Anti
och churcbdistant about two and a half
miles, andad -he pleasure of participating
in both a torning and. afternoon service.
The morn?g sermon, an excellentand pra*
tical one, as delivered by Mr. L. while In
the afternen the congregation was edified
by the Res Oetland and Beard. The meet
ing is a pnracted one and will continue for
a week. bring the intermission between
the service, for the purpose of retteshment,
we made to acquaintance .of 4 number of
the inhabhuts of the region rend about
Andoch, ce of the oldest churches in the
district, sid was much gratified with the
warm,healed kindness and simplicity of
those boeptatle fair foPestpeople. Charmed
with brothr -Harmon's manner, sad the re.
ception at is cloth, we were lost In delight
over his miton steaks, and the other good
things whih were spread in auch generous
profusion. Cairwe forget those juicy steaks
-no nevel not while we know a matton
from a get. Fried chicken-the regular
and constat bill of fare-siaks into insig'
nficance it the contemplation. of those
steaks. Ve are delighted to know that the
good old bother has several more- of the
same sortas theone which yiled the chs
in questioa,nd that before this letter Is read
we will prhaps have enjoyed a- at. ltoa a
at-qusrt which is to -ind its way to. our
Tie sjipathetie reader, restieg in drea"$
fnl suspese: at the iupposed 'fase oftht
portion d the company meetides -abOve
who failet toget out this moin**g, I be
relieved tkdow '4 .h- ibes diterttiped,
so fbr as iae offtba conceremd,gred
less. Thdi ailefded to, asUpbg gesa
tieasn fiR Newbsty nisr sand by tie
miasbot ten mingsago,' tp h bed
teaster, Is aaiesp..auS being mused, ashed
if oorta.ppen *rL A .doc9or in the
law he bi6, orhow kSacnnP oo rthat
wA ig e.estion. - j_t!9ae* A .,.hSo
ploe psbkl hAnadgo out in gepp
insenspagrearbsh i, wesG
sring. Achicken supper, together with the
extrmege6.,r hepsons555~ ~l
Iti eg ta with, the mralti
pHeiryof ascommon to this plee.,
vise MMbbi f.tbe . e*sila ni
ers . eg pigs whichen twga
and bis g,hao r ao early moen tin
..wy ee,sad which 1qgafter thednseives nn
ernetti the cabbui at taght ad grunt till
day; the crowd'oEbounda~which make nighi
hideous with their powls, and wate patdent
ly and pergevetingly: Aran -pporeenit to
etry off sombehody's him of seat,tame
sheep hipli sene the.little chldren by day
and the big ones .by night;. the heat, the
msquitoes and the scarcity of -meik
and viegetables; we hate no inlane
agents here!, Just think of It, reader,
not a insurance agent inside, outisMe or
around these grounds. What a dielecta
place must Glean's Spring be, you exclaim,
ow forsanaze the Inhabitants thereof. How
envious toe, and yet you should not, but
rather rejoice that we halve this greet esasoe
latlqa. We do not urge an oeeetlon to the
institution of insurance, for it is the best In'
vstmenit for capltar,and the sureet pro
visibi ibr the future, hsena, but we do obh
ject to being inundated by travelling agents,
and congratulate the country that there is.a
spot, a charming dre1e, into whieb they
dare not venture.
Ac:other eutdo, and Jeit now pescing
alony the road. Is a cow withs eight hugs.
Everybody is out, men, women ad ebilurina,
to view this mionstrosity, which the ownse
prises very hIgbly and.valuss at a fabutous
price In dollar. and cents, but which realy,
Is not much of a curiosity, nor or extrao*e
nary value. It is an ordinary locking anl
al adik aliother cows,only tbat it has
afap eipeiof bib atteed to the 1eni
fore shoulder hanging4own-about 18 Inches,
and terminating In four nvea enda, each
of which is furnished with a curved borny
sbtan,- looking a little like horms hal
whichae saidtobe heoo&. We,1st the.i
rn and gaze, It will do them good, and
there is-n. eharge forn the sight either. Par'
bap that isone reason why we have noad,
mration fet the geutleman's cow, did he
charge fbr It which lt the prevaling silyl
through travelled sections, it might be
worth seeing, as it is, what matter W the coo
has.gtblegs or les,t they armot to be
sawed up Into soup bones?
Talking of that cow brings to mind eur
friend JTones' mare which died on her way to
the spring last Friday. night. She was a
beatiful animal and good rkder, and all
Newberrians here sympathime not only
with her owner, but with Sheriff Paysins
get, who rode her on that occasion. It wes
an un)adky colic, aerruel colic, which ended
the grni mare's life, superinduced by too
heavy a feed administered before leaving
home. Had she been en the. homeward trip
there would have been no danger of acoUc;
hosesdo not die outside of Newberry of
that complaint. We might account forn this
as the effect of the virtues of the mineral
waters which prevail and which act as a preo
entive, and not as some persons might
thnk,:ss owing so a scarcity of corn and
fodder.- We will not stop to argue tha point.
The "mobile" macbine metioued in onr
last letter is being talked of, and it Is hoped
that by next season it will be In sessful
operaon,. Any public eoterprise. looking
to the Improveasent-ef the condition of
ths place,- mnust tint. Absolmeet with
ttetiob,'andl wiopkforari *and
best Ashai tlls spring *17 ones mere
beshl place it..was .in frmer days.
One o' the treasonss, we tike It; .*hy there
ae.eabIt:b4aaahisegis the depiessed
and~ae'inesvrable sem , ad
mesheplteor ack ofvitne in the aster.
hond, In certain cases. The proprietor, Mr
Anderson, we might call a fne old English
gentleman, did not Charleston claim the 1
honor of being his birth-place, is the best 1
passe"d man for his age we have ever seen,
and hough- seventy,ve years old, is as ae%
ive nd esorgetke as man of twenty-ve, t
and en aeotthplfsh more now than manyt
a yinger one.
Oar condition is improving and our appe" c
tte is so good we regret the first meal
of the day-breakfast-cannot be made to
last till supper.
Problem No. 6,
BY C. G. JAEGER.
Whits to play sad mate in three moves.
sttlaoa to Problem No. .
R. to Q.. 8 check K. LtakesKt.
P. to . Kt. 7 K moves.
P. to Q. Kt. 8 Queen's, discovers check
A WOENT WITH OIT EXCHiANGEIS.
We have received copies of the Daily Bepub
lisea, published in Charleston.
The Re*ret, by F. E Durbee & Co., a spicy
little sheet, hails from Charleston.
The September number of that charming 1
-Magazine for children-the Little Corporal
-is before us.
.Our School D1y Visitor comes to us for
September. filled with its -uual variety of
appropriate re ling for the young.
"The Western Rome," a monthly Journal tor
%09 sple. Its enmiSo tM"arte Hom. Ha ." I
The Home is dev.-ted to the very cream iar. i
ent IUerature. . Published Ia Chicago, llinois,
by A. Patkberst & C., at Si per year.
- The Gazette, devoted to Catholic ineres's in
particular, and true conservatism in geeral. has
resebied ear tale tbe Gesette is abl eited
C.Nrtht a~d publse atCalson.
Every one is delighted with "The ZI
,entury," the SparklingSothesMagzine;
poblished in Charlestna. It has met with a
tremendous sadeeis both North and South
es may be had at Chapman's Book
The'adientares of Blockade 8nn*rs
and Personne's Reminiseeneemof the War"
published in, the XIX Uentury, Sie exciting
uiversal tittendou.. The 3gasine may be
had it Chapman's Book Store.
T''he Universe" ? journal of literature,
-spirituatbiloophy, woman's independence,
.h. The Un'Iverse now publishes, a thrill
jgsm, estidled, "Marr5ed; or, a Woman's
*Keeption." ,The.Univeg is,large. eight
shee, pubflsed?& Chibago, Illinois,
J. M,Peebles &IL.N. F. Lewis. Oile
113 Wadison street. Subscription $250 per
4Dmenss's YouNG ANsRicA.aW.his CX
aen1nid.periodical -Is constantly adding
o te putadion, and,Is certainly the u'.;l
ansible. "m'ctical, .and M? elited of all
il -.oe ,ge'e.I is 6 composed,
ne.olne others, of a certain - number of
stilted articles, but it enters right Into -the
sypathes, interests, and occupations of
it polnig readers and patrons, allows .them
to, ip!ek for themselves, aid Ratimulates
-hem 'wonderfully to activity of thought
and expression. We consider it the beat
ttvestment of g130 that any parent can
make. Published at 838 Broadway, N. Y.
* Dvoaws'l Kostar.--The enterprising
pblisher of ihis popular Magazine Ia first
In the fild In -announcingy- among the In
dcements to subscribers for the coming
year, the fin' at premium ever yet offered
for a single subscription to any magazine
in this or any other country. .It consists
of a-copy, retailed at ten dollars, of Mrs.
Lilly K. Spenoer's' great picture of a "Pic
nic on The Fourth 01 July," the engraving
of which artists were sent for, specially
from Europe, to complete.
Demoreat's Monthly is in itself by far the
most complete and attractive Magazine for
ladies published in this country, and re
quires little extra inducement to persuade
-them to become subscribers. It is really
a saving of money, however, to pay three
dollars, and get in addition so valuable a
premium-and Mr. Demorest will un
doubtedly find his list doubled on the
strength ot it. Published at 888 Broadway,
Among the late and interesting Magt
ounds Journals, &c., that have recently
fndtheir way to our table, is the illus
trated Annual ot Phrenology and Physiog
nomy for 1870,,now ready, and - which
everybody should read. It contains 50
Engraving of lead'wg Editors-Bryan;,
Greeley, ennett, Brooks, Marble, Dana,
Raymond, with portraits. The Male and
Female Form,- Why Children -Resemble
their Parents; Gen. Grant and his Cabinet,
with Portraits; Physiognomy in Po itics,
or "Faces and Places ;" Science of Conju
gal Selectia, Happy Marriages, Tempera
ment in Wedlock ; American Artists; The
Sleep Walker'; Brain Waves; Psychologi
cal'; Sir Edward Landser, Lorenzo Dow
and Peggy his wife, Royal Ladies of the
Frnch Empire, with portraits; Guizot, the
Statesman; How to choose a Ielpmneet;
What isMan? and much mpre in this Rich
and ftscy Annual, which sells for 26 cents.
S. R. Wells, Publisher, 389 Broadway, New
Ta. LAnr's Farano ros SgrrnBEs.-A
handsome steel engraving of Portia,. the
heroine of "The Merchant of Venice,"
opens the September number of this charm
ing periodic~al. This is followed by the
usual large and brilliant Fashion Plate, by
an appropriate engraving of a Picnic, and
by engravings o1 Children's Fashions,
Young Lady's Toilet, Mantelet, Head
dresses, Bodice, Corsage, &c. Among the
literary matter are "The Prize of Two
Men's'Lives," by Amanda K. Douglas; "In
gratitude," by Florence Percy ; "Aunt Ma
es story," by Aunt Alice; 'Roland Yorke,'
by Mr.Henry Wood; "M.y Catechism and
Its Conseqtunces," by Harrie Boyer; "Be
tween Two," by Elizibeth Prescott, &c., &c.
Published by flesoon & Peterson, 319 Wal
nut Street, Philadelphia, at $2.50 a year
(which also includes a large steel en
gravinu). Four copieb, $6. Five conies
(and one sratis), $i. "The Lady's Friend"
and "The Saturday Evening Post" (and one
engr4Ving), $4-00. Specimen numbers
sent for ten cents.
EATEiSUP AMus.-We see it stated
that Charles White, the lion tamer, trav
eling with Thayer's menagerie, was ac
tually eaten up by the lions, recently,
ii a small town in Michigan,. Heis said
to hve been struck~on..the shoulders by
the same lion that came so near killing
him at -Rochester, knocked down, and
h(i oteri at one sprang .on him, and
before they could be beaten off had torn
him to pieces and devoured the greater
Nine persons were sent to the Insane
tsylum yesterday from the various
iospitals in the city, of whom one was
rhite and eight colored.
THE BILL Or MaTAr.-During ths
reek ending on Satuaday last there were
wenty-nine deaths in Charleston, six
rhite and twenty.tbree blacksi Of the
lacks sixteen were children. Three
olored adults died of consumption.
A Calcutta savan has startled India
ith the affirmation that a rice of tailed
nen and women are to be found in.the
orests of Borneo. Ile says that his in.
ormation comes from Sarawak traders,
vho state that this "missing link" race
ie in trees, have bows and arrows and
ther rude implements', and subsist en
irely by hunting. An expedition is to
m sent in search of this curiosity,
EARLY FaosT.-The Walhalla Courier,
>f the 13th inst., says: We have been
nformed that heavy frosts have fallen
luring the last few nights in what is
tnown as Horse Cove, N. C. Frost in
August I Quite early."
The Hindoo widows have concluded to
ollow St. Paul's advlco-"better marry than
nrn." Christianity has waged a good fight
gainst barbarism, and they have done with
)urning-at the stake.
George Peabody has donated to the
trustees of Washington College, of which
sen. Lee is president, $60.000 to establish
in additional professorship recently pio
oed by the General.
A young lady who was rebuked by her
nother for kissing her intend-d justified
he act by quoting the passage: What
oever ye would that men should do unto
rou, do ye even so to them."
A member of Congress recently in de
>ate shouted, "Amicus Plato, Amicusi
;oerates, sed Major Veritaa." "I may
:uss Plato, I may cuss Socrates, said
The Rochester Express says: "Short
>ragraphs are usually the most interest
ng department of a paper, as, when well
4idited, they require the most labor.
The Savannah 1)ase ball club _ have re
urntd home from Charleston. Their sal
n the Latier ci-y .ka? S delightful one.
Iistory didn't repeat itself tiis tinie.
Matches are now made with sodium
nstead of phosphorus. It ignites 'as
aaily, and is free from offensive odors.
The fee of Caleb_ :Cushing as conael
or Mexico before the Mexican Claims
Jommission is,$30,000 in gold.
The sun does not now set in Alaska.
The way to get rich-mind'
our own business -and allow
thers the exelursive privelege of
loing tho same.
Woman cannot urake a paradise
or one mnan--she- lost it to her-.
self and her pst'.ithy.
-Taking his time--stealing a
man's wateb ; every watch alsonild
be on its guard.
The reason the road of the
transgressor-is.hbard-because it is
To avoid the odium of gray
beards-echo says o-dye-em.
Feline intestines-the latest
polite name for fiddle strings.
What we all do at once-grow
Tadax to New Advert.maa.
ARMSTRONG, CAlTOR & CO.e-Bonnat and
Rbb e priuma, 257 and 289 Baltimore, St.,
G. W. WILLIAMS a CO., Charlestom, bave
Bead's uasrpassed latent Leek Ties sioe sale.
FURMAN UNVRIY Greenville, SC0.
J. C. Furman President.
A. P. ?IFEk-EIrtish and Ciaesieal Sebool.
MATES & MAIflN-aon, Molauuee, Oats,
Ir Ties. Bln,Twine. Repe. to.
C. C. CBa~ . loee em Cald
well St.. in rear of ewru.BeOel
C. C. CH ASE-Agent for teNorth Ameriesu
Insaramee Comany; also for the sale of Zell's
C.C RAVELKY-Agent for the sale of
Gllet's Steel Brash Cotton Ulns. and Hall's Pa
tent Gin Teeder.
SRECEIFt, FULL Roor WRnSKEY
At theis eberr bar.
JOSEPR FREY-Pano Tuning and Repair
. . MARSHALLJ-Fresh Lemons,. he.
S P. KiNARD-Asaeor of rownship No. 9.
D. MOWER-Grenvlle Meal.
MATEs a MA R fl-Bangh's Rawbom.e Ma'.
an.e KWR c o.-carrasse Maker wasted.
fICD CUIUNT 101 JWUIIBY IA ITM
BAGGI'G, peyd..~--------- S aU8
BA LER0 * -----..----- .----------- 8 a
BUT rER. " ~~----.---.
BACON, Bams -. ..--.~~ .----- 22a U
" ............ ......... I a 28
CANDLES, Adamat .......------ a m
" . Ta1Hew......--....----- a12
COTTON TARN-......~ .-.---2.
GRAIN, Corn.---..--------. 1,6
"4 ats.... -........--.---- -------- 1.4
S P s ..--..--- -----.-..1,0 al*.
S Wheat........-----..---.. 2,00
INDIGO ...-.~~----w------35 asp,0
IRON, Swedes .~. ------------- S
LEATER, Sole.........-- ....- se
"' ' New Orleans............. 1,5
NAILS ...............-.- -... s aN3
OLEresine..............--.. Ea 80
OTA OES, Irlish.per bbl........... S7
S Sweet, perbas=........... 00
SA LT, Liverpool.............- 325
SOAP .. ....----------.---.. 10a12
SPIRITS, Brandy.............. a 20.2
" 0G1......-..... 5a510
" am......... 4a12 13
" Iris .......... 10 a122
" Scotch..............10 a12,25
SUGAR, Crushed ............ 20 a25
"* Powdered............... 25
" CofeeC.........-... i18a20
ft " ExtraC0..... a2
TOBACCO, Chewing and Smnoking 40 a 200
ME ATS. Beetf, Mutton, Pork......8 al1
POULTRY, Turkeys...........-75 a 1,00
Chickens........... 1a 25
EGG, perdos.............. 20
Nwsnar. Aug. 24 -Cottem unchanged at
Nw Your. Aug.28-7 P. M.-C'tteu~ n'st
with is o(400 bale, at 85. .Geld eleneG t
CassLareE, . 28-Cttom quiet with an
seasier 19ndnebe ; two of which
werehO ne e; new smidlIng 24; old 25; ro
"'. Aug. ISa.ses of eassem sepy 5
bales; rete 2: middling. 2. .-~eo
Lmvor, Aug. t5a-Evenin.-oa
Aade easiepnd'4.13j; orleasuR4; sies 30.
Presbyterian Cburch-Rer'd. B. A. X1*Is.
Sabbath 10i o'clock A. U., 5 o'clock P. 5.
Class, ocday nigh t.
Wetbodist Chareh-Rev. 0. A. Darby, sOa%.
bath 101 o'clock A K.
Prayer meetin , Wednesday night.
Bible Class, Mobday night.
Let our rossessions be what they may
fnarble palaces, broad landp, magnifices
plate, or caskets of "precious stones"- -
they all sink in the balance against Heaven's
great boon, HEALTH, and they cannot be
enjoyed without it. And yet how little le
it valued, and-how .eaeUissly pesser*ed
The laws of nature cannot be violated with
impunity. Night revelry,. luxurious living,
irregularity of meals, and a disordered ap
petite, will gradually destroy the power
and actmvty of the stomach. How many
ladies and gentlemen eat sad drink disease
at late suppefs, and arise in the morning
with beadahle, lose of appetite, feeling
languid and inrefreshed. There can be
ai medical-renedv that pil turn lead- ie
food,Air paisoadd dtints. 1ntQnutrbee ,
but medical science can assist nature, sup
ply exhausted guids gd w a great extent
correct the effects of disease. In al eases
suAh as the above, we redfniend Plat
tion Bitters. You will Bad them just the
thing-at the same time a inod delicious
tonic and appetiser.
M.AGNOLA WAT.i x-up*4 te the best
imported German Cologne, and sold as hWE
the price. .
A woman has been afrested in Tie.
na for decoying young girls into .r
house and then bleeding them. T!
blood..s usd ' fe
wash herself with in order to preserv
The exeyclsese of Prof. A. P. Pifer's En.
glish and ,lassical-School, wilt be resd.ed
the frst Mondaf in Oowber.
Aug. 233 ef. -
BEARD'S PATENT LOCK TIES,:sair'
passed by any Tie yet manufactured.. Foe
neatness, strength and - durability this TIW
has no egbsL., Having sold them far the'
past three sears, we feel that -we can co
dially recommend them to as Planters ad
the artielethey want. For sale by
G1O.W M. WILLIAMS & CO., Factors,
Aug. 25 33 Smo. Charleston, & 0.
--Bushels of Greeville tat,
for sale y. D,lf
Aug. 25 33 tf.
A good Carriage1 Amith. A man- et
steidy liatits will find constant employast.
aplYTO J. TAT -A -
Aug. 25 84t.
Goodwin's Meutali Wska
petess: Bybarre.P75 per gal;e ; IU :
per gsr..e4is.MpaLa.m. -,'-,
2,000 Ths" BangIsdaybe
Maut, th be ery'thing -0 fo vCgl
nips. For sale.by
KAYES & L
Aug. 4s 31 -s. 4
Piano Tuning aid Rgii
the Cesrgen oE
vlcinlty,.that he i in Ndewbejy$
so tmn ad repair Pianos, Organsa.
.Jodeons.. Ordera left at thecHote1lwBt se3 -
-Aug. 2633 1t.
On and after 1st-Sept..Is -4
ship No.9, and 'wBi visit every o is S
ce pur" of As~sIgt al T
tng 31st August 1809. also all persons a*
no taxes so rssess, from the ages ofc to
60 years, must give me thelr namses, wxedpt
all persons physically disabled, iSr bs per'
pose of paying a poll tax. - -
Aug. 25 33 15. ~ ~ A
1500 Gal. Chea'b' Moohs
ses. :MAYES & MA RTIK.
3800 Ydsr. Gunnev 1Bg
ging. M.AYES & MAkIIN.
2500 Yds. MaryandBg
ging. MAYEs & MART2rire
30,000 Lbs. BaltimnoreN.'
coa. MAY.ES & MARTIl:.'"
75 Bush. Yellow 0asj
MAYES & MAETIN.'y
Iron Ties, Rope, Twiie
Salt, &e. MAYEs & MA RTIF.
Fall and Winter Iiportatige.
Armtrng, Cater &Co.
Bonnet and Trimming Ribbems.-y
Velvet and Sash Ribbons,
Bonnet Silks, Satins and Yelvet,
Illusions, Blonds, Laces, Rushes. an
French Flowers and Feethers,
Straw Bonnets and Ladies' Hata, ii.
[me'd and un trimmed,
Silk, Velvet and Telt Boeafd'ind
Sundowns and Shaker.Hoods.
The largest Stock of Millinery Goods.Ia
this country, and unequalled in -.ebe, va
riety, whicih we offer at prices tim. w de
August 25 38 ltD.
L. R. Marshall.
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