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TO#M'WtR MIIs. STOWC IlAs DoNs.
The New York Journal of Commerco ro.
turns to tho Stoio-Byron scandal, the
editor holding that the non-appear-anco
of proofs In the October Atlantio must
be accepted as a confession that Mrs.
Stowe has acted unadvisedly, rashly,
from motives of a per4onal character
rather than thobo ofjustice, and that .he
now invokestho charity of silnce and the
balm of oblivion upon her uncalled for
assaults upon the metnory of the dend.
But, adds the Journal, the boon of for
gotfulness can never be tiers. S lonig as
the English language preserves the name
of Lord Byron, will Mrs. Stowe's traons
gression of the first principles of divine
jtustico;and mercy, and lier viUlationi of
every cantion of good taste, be remici
bored against her, She has spoken the
wingdd ivords, and they have flown to
thq cnds of the carthi, and mu-st circle on
forever. And it will matter but little,
after all Mi:s. Stowe's good name and
fame; whetier her story shall he su)b
stantilated by future evidence or not. Ifr
it shall be, she will We regarded as hav.
Ing done a positive iijury to the human
raco by turning the minds of genieratiotis
ofyoung readers to the worst of By ron's
poetry, and teaching thilen to look u1pon
intst as -one of the Crimes % hich he
practiced and jistilled in glowing verse.
Rnulvating 1yron on other forms of viet s,
who knows hut that thero tiiy be sote
to Imitate himil ill that ? M rs. stowu's
article, it mu11st Also be salid, uns at tell
doncy to sow susp)icion dit] distirtist ini
the bosom of fiamlilies iad to poison the
springs of on1 of tie sweetest and most
innocent relationships (iln earthi-i hat of
brother iami siter. Some tlihins ought
not to be talked about ; the possibility or
their existetice shouli be igioreil, mo far
as it Can be, Anld the 11111strillN olfeick.
inputed to Lord Byron tad his sister i,
on1e of their numlibtr.
T'ilI RAtIA. PA iy.-- Stine one lins
dTawn up a correct bill ft' inictenct
againmt tle 6raieat pa ty. It oi e Iat
can be sii,taintd ly faets anil figmes.
In this bill uf iolliclmiae.t the 1-l,ben
leaders -tamI charged ith-eiieg
theiieles Uitioni.ts, thiev have con.
siunatt.d and inianitiined lisuiion1161. A.f
fecling econlomuy, they haVe giVen a 1the
cohtliet't govenl ne ilt wm eat It. Platilg
(Irvirttiv, thevy made it Ilhe tuost etitiopl..
Clamol-ing t-lr viplal rights, theL.N ha'vt
prosserioil more llop:e 11tall %y 1.
arehy inl Chitldio,im. Iiivoli:!g f:
doml, they e.stabliIi.hvd. ando 11i, iivid
the tP,ke.,t Iespoitism inl ee.-rn Stattes.
Profes-.ilglertin they% proclaimo ne
Ceptiliee of tlei reved the k"telliai Ve of
MstA1i11m IA difangI-ne I Ien.
ig about putifyg tie goverimietit,
they tatvn tomile illo11onesty aid i l.e
holding ideltical. Prencinag principle,
they silIN64 by lvissiun imil I njmihe.
Deploriing (n.ste, tiey elevate blacks
above the % Ilites ill two it irds (f the
country. MAgnif) iig lly hy, t1t e y
trample ont, every worthy Irincipile of
our systt . Climiiling statesimlanship,
their oflivi I nre either conspirators or
theives. Laud1(ling inldepeodencve, they
are the servile siflves (l 11 party n('t11lei.s
Prelendiig to invite tier%itisn, -hey stilie
freedoi of dehnte ill Cingress, by pnart.
Nan rule, and droiin it. else-wlere in
blood. 1isistihg tpon peave, they pro.
..lo 10 a old sIl-irl. il l oh ie itI itA ..
('A tnK ori foo-rs AxNI Sntors.-Ihiots atani
eshoes, if taikeni enre11 orI proplyl , will
uisllyi hitst Iw or)11'1i thrc Iimexns lon ger'
thianiIla theytutally dho, anid, at tie 851me1
time, fit the feet fiatttte Slntikfact'oi hy,
andl keep thaem. dry~ nntd liore comiiiforta
whilte the soles ne01l tiali la ah, tou1ghn.
and limpIrvamts toi wnter. lThe Iir:t
thing to hu dione with any pair of 'ne'w
shoe's for farm use', Is ha set erachi oneL lii
a pilatteri' tan tithil dlinner phite', and4(
fIll the v'essel to1 the tuppet ei10. ofh lte
soles. Allow lIth l teIber io abluorb ns
mucht'l oil as it will fao'c'reihtihiirs. l.iit
52e1d til shiould taot hei applliec.di toh up.
per le'ntheri, as it will soon) hteromao dlay,
ren''deriiag the lenaitther tardta tttl tainaeh.
But if the siiles ho saitinitcd witht this nil,
it wIill exlude 111 h1le titnmpllne'ss, tnd 111('t
lairge the pegs, so thait thte soale will
never~t get loose fromi the uppe11r 1 4a1her.
if the shioei bie i'ewedl, the litiseedi oil
n'ill preserv'e thle thlient from ro t in g.
Now, wet thle uipper len ther' thtoraughly
w1hen thie boots ort shoes tre to lie put
on the feet, soi that those pauts whailt
are tight many r'entder a t riflt, and th,us
adapt the form of t he shtoe to Ithe na,l
fair more satiafneeutrily tItan wn thelt
tipper leathier is not, wet. Keeop 1eti
on the f' et unitil the lethealr is .t'arly.
dry. 'Ten gi vo thle up~per' lenther' 'n
thioi'ough greasinrg with I t ImI p ni ts of
lard and tallow,or wvit h tallow ando ent 's.
foot1 oil If shoes be tr'eted in this
mlianner', atnd a roiw of routdadeahd
tshoe nails tmay be drivenc airound ti hel
edge of the solos, they3 will wear like
4'opper, anti ahvar~ set e'asy' to the fteet.
Boots andi shoes' should1 h tiIren tra una
Muggestetd, and( wo'trn a little sev'eind
maonthis before they ar' putL t) daily
service. Tlhis is the true wny to save
your shoe mioiney.-J enth and11 flomhe.
T'n CAurAn'to in Ottio-.Ti l'sria.
TRD DEIoCRIATIC MiAJolihIEs, --.There n ilI
be a-lively contest this fall amtolng tine
great D)emocratie counties as t) whichh of
them wilt giv'e Pend(leiton tIhe largest 111n
j arity. TLhte race ill be close1. betwee,n
Butler 1lolmtes, Ftairfld C ratwfoid, Aler
er, and Augiaize. Eacht of these comnn.
tics are tip to 2,000 antd over, am11l the t'i
valry between them will he intenise.
A bove thneso counties.in the extent (if our
majority Jhitherito, has been nobale 01(1
Franklin and~ Muniroe. The Frniklin
boy. talk of 8,500 and Moinroc can give
There is another' class of counhities, such
as Licking, Ilocking, l)etiance, Ptunam,
AlIen, Shelby, Rloss, Pickaw'ay, Browt,
Richhand, anid Pike, which In tnumerical
Democratic power are only inifei'ior to
.%he others we have mcetioned. Whien
the. layes mnon hiear' fromi the abiovo
counties they will feel deciudedly "lIazier"
than before. We shall have to give two
banners this fall-ono to the couinty glv.
lng the largest Democratic mnajority, and
another tothie county shiowitng the Iargest
Democratic gain. This will give our
*i'rends in the Re.publican counties a fair
FonaOT Jin NAxI.-A colored indi
lduat of our acquaintance came to us In
t,oa perpleriUy the other day to ask if
&opkI remember' her. title. It seems
, Inah was expcting a letter, but
tIad hos enaquire (or -11 at the 'Post.
Sbe ause shne had fowgotton her own
v t~1. 4Lest accountts she was st iil
- E 4 tJnlb whethtir dibo was Mrs, Smiith,
- 4 yrs Wq-,a and was making anix
- pus rqa e hus am~ong her former em-.
p!yarsr naiitngtor,Qa.) aazette,
Wednesday Morning, October 13, 1809
Court of Common Ploas--Extra Torm.
This Oourt met Monday Inst, Judge
Orr presiding. The attendance ofjurors
was prompt. There was but ono col
ored juror. Owing to the Judge's ar
rival upon the down troin, business did
not begin till after three o'clock. The
Inquiry Docket was taken up and about
one hundred and 1lity cases were dis
posed of. Some of which were in bank
ruptcy, some abated, and others siinply
triatnsferred. No case huving been re
ferred to the juror.
The State Fair.
It will be reiletubered that the State
Fiair begins oin tie 10th of Novenber. and
closes on tie 12th. An ele:-ant list of
prenmtimv is dfered by the Society.
hence it is hoped thlat the citizens of
Newherry, especially the idies, who are
nioted for good taste and grace inn nice
inanipilation, will receive their just
tward of merit tr giod work.
l'resinlit Grant ins proclained that
time 301h1 Novemieir be ob.erved as a tNy
Nn.w Iu:ss.---Tle lany News, ap.
Iwars in a ne a n bnloenitning dre,s.
Sknib Mn.fs of prosiell i in '1irnalisnl
ire both ch,ein and vnwonrnging.
(oon l:1: -31r. Jo1n iingle will pien.e
accopt our thainks 'or a chiico ct (f 'at and
len.er heef. Mr. Ii. is out regularly now
an.l wili nrnish onr v:tizeis with te liest
of lhef o: Tui'slav's atnil onn,lays 0' eich
wwek, 11), in.irket Il ovabl-he is a
gol sub-taiali eart. uperpet leit b i fat
nule .aed: 'he initat is tahen t., yiur ven
dooxs. Auy neron i tving (at stoci to d(i1
l'-w tr. Ca ll fi l . 1nr a- er i-i hii.
('m 1:1A os Iv sT .nS -.An enterprising
thar ni;n ha ndertaokvitn to put the.--e
il. liviou- hiva! , n ithin rvach of the he..
n'ghn Io; f the ii:vflor. and tie first
chasimm-flo %L-Xh he ki anthorizeil to
refe: an1 a .1r-t1tee that he is ill right.
See A.:tiiu ,lunent.
lt', .n N I':WLIS ItInI:n - l'ie large brick
billding on iithe N,ri h sid:e Ot' main street,
an<l near tie ieptot, belin.:hur to mr. u. Tr.
Scnt, felI; itan itrd.ny ntring. About
one h1un-red ut1nal sxty ttn's1 of Gua411no were
upon tilt' thlor. til owing to 11thi- 11n11mnso
weight, oneo f the 11il1larS which wins iml
iperfet gave w11y. 1,%wo eolorine(l en who
were piling the ,neicks, nairoiviv esenpld with
their lives, by Jinloing froin tle wiindow, a
distance of twelve or fifteen feet. No loss
is sititiinod other tiain hat of tine building
which is estilmiated nit about $1,200.
A Tiin. WA v':,A r-ri:i Ait..-BosroN,
Oclober'7-At Sikvillk, New irins
wick, durinig tihe st nn on) Aonndliv
night, a tremnendons liil wave floode~d
... I - . - ' q 4,LtiL'
were destroyed. The dykes oil tine
inaitrshes tre nall gone ; the bridges
thironghou t tine conitry are destr'oyed,
andi the daInnaige is i neaileninable, tihe loss
in one sinmali innnrish beinig estimanted at
oine mnillion (Idlar's.
IBas(aOl, Mn., October 7.
A letter' fn'om the tele'gi'aph tnannnger
ant Oninis, Me., snnys :'"We are in a ter
ribnle stante heire. Tine lines bonthn ways
arne lhn t on thle grond ntl d i covered with
trees anid bilings ; the datmage to ves.'
sels .andu bnuildlings is very greant. East'
piort is repnn'ted' to ibe nearnly dlonsined.
I'The wintot' in tihe I'einobneco tinas risen tot
its hnigheinst spi i ng mn-rks; the bmomis
arle bnrokien andnn a inillion oft feet oft lotns
ihaven gnet by thle ci ty. A large' ganng n'l'
ni ni iing ben snt tdowinafter thenmi
it isho linnp'Itn ninn.t of thnemi will be
WeVt hopeI nnir rniees wI'ill not let
thetin otnths wa tier on perustinig the
follonwing Syri ite nie'scition of a
brnean k last:
Thia t brea-:k l'st of' 1.01 nIAi'nshn'v's a$Is.
ton ishiedi evn New Ye' ~nnk. Th'inty gunests
ieneieth ro tin'115-te tn tntts ol' invita
tinnn, intninut at t('npt Olive.r's nat eleven
wheit'n tine rotsewoodtI( tdiors rnolledn onpen
an t.;:y mnarch'led iinto a dinning -ooii
hIn g wi tin exnn ;ot , w"ith: unwly hnp ortedi
pti nit i ngs nan line ' walls h, d f'nshi pro-l
tdnn'ttis onf Miss lloIsmert's- atuio all
anuln . Thle tabi le nais decorantedn w itin
fiinweri'i in d thInn lltg' nof tine tw n a-n ntion
anli ties. Thie n'lothi was nilfi white color'etd
silk, f'mi ngedi with innee, a ndi thle servnic'e
e'nt.irely' tof slil sihern, lined with gold.
inn ever'y gnoblnet w as ai Inugo honmnt~et of
exn.i es tiedl n ith: lnte sam ii i'ribbon, (n
n' lihih wnns theo A insle'y erest. Tine
Cina and ghItnsswarme was embennlli'.hend
w ith n inillndntettd tnnonogrm'nn. The
hill of l'are wa. Inn iiti d inn letters of' gonld
tipotn blute sa inn, w ith line gold lace
ivt~otte aN Sot-en CxiinnousiA.-- In a
dhivoirce cnnse heartd at Cheinster', S. 0.,
J tige Thominas Sst:nied an pnlt' to ti
jinntidictihon of th touotrt. lIe bases inis
Ien'isio)n pirnninplly tipon tihe pnresent
mtnperfecttion oft the dhivorce'u law, andit
is etmphtatic in his decnlarant Iion thait theo
wonrdn of-tine C1onstituioin, Armtitcle XiVi,,
Secttion 6, "'Divorces friotm tine bonds of
tiat I nnony n-hail ntot be allowe'd bunt by
a jnidgemieint of a court, ins shanl lbe prie
se'rihned by3 lawi,"' mneansi shmnpnly tis, that
tntii fnnrther' legisulat ion taikes pilace, ihe
is inot autholnrizedl, int the face of' authlot'ity
antd p.'eednt, to deeinle upon01 so grave a
.Then wrld's wisest imen have mitngledi
nnirtih withn eartnestness ; theoy have not
gnone anbout ith l statrchied visago, primtt
mnantnr or' ptnritannical griltnaco,
D)o theo best yout can, whntever you
tindertnnke, If you are only a street
sweeper, sweep your very best.
Frierndship is a vase wich), if once
flawed, It may as well be broken ; it cain
tnover be trusted afterwards,
To criticiso a newspaper Is an easy
task, but tot print one to please every
body is a difficult undertaking.
We shounld not only break theo tooth
of mialice by forgiveness, but' pluck out
Its sting by forgetfulmness.
ilnne'sota raised t(oenty,two guion
nhoha of whea it.). .......
New York Fashidna.
METHOPOIATAN F'RNISHINo RoOM.
495 BntoAowaY, Oc-roinE, 1809.
Ladies are anxioisly asking for ndi.
Cations of Winter styles: asking il
flounces will be still worn, if street suits
will he0 longer or shoi ter, bonnets smaller
or larger, heels higher or lower, waiist
rounded or peaked, sleeves coat shaped or
To these aid similar web;hty qries
wo live iiow got delinito answers.
Flounces will be still worn but will not
e so tiarrow or so numerotis. Many of
the most elegant models just received
from Paris.havo buit one flounic on th
suit, and that is (ee and a li Risse
that is pleated with tihe pllits all falliig
one way. This is heavy but alppropri(ito.
-Tho tunes may be trimmed with
a heavy orinmented Iringe. When plaid
Is worn-as it will be very extonsively,
the triminiig should be shawl fringe of
the colors of the p!lid. Street suits
should ho mado to clear the ground
freely. 'Ilie pompadour or square waist
is going out, the heart hilaed neek is
mioru afrected, many of our model droses
aro qnito high in the neck as they ought
to hm for winter. A new style of collar
called the -East I(lian"laccompanies thie
high-necked dinnier dresses ; it is simply
i dee) yoke of net or muslitn fiumltioi
completely covered with insertion ai
ince, itid edged wvith a deep faill or lae;
it 41pels inl tihe back, anld is fasteined
wit i a cotepie of smlin iittoo. vvivet
(itr satin ribbion ol ai suitablo color may
he introduiced mto these stylish collar..
They are desigined to be so thick that
the drees will not -show through them.
Muslin or white silk therefare forIs a
bietter Comiathiti than net. Ctescmit
Ohaped or-monnts go well with this style
of collar if they otherw iso become the
wearer. in hiall aid party dre,;ses there
is a revivil of the olbl style of petaked
a i bt s la eh lind w i thi silk ; waists
perTe tilV plain wilh the exceptionl orlice
I:hil Oi flat, thle whole design being to
show the shalpe. as imich ias pozsible.
Dresses wer e never hefore so simple, so
,veie in tOheir o ltliel a they airo this
Fall--ail for th:i realsoll never SoI try
tig whei badly fitted or climily rade,
nor so satisraetory to wearer or behohlei
as ivWhen fitlud per fctly aml smoothly
:nd41 he'lutif!Illy mnade. Maly ladies rile
so parlictilar abouit tihe "smooth set" of
their dresses .vhe il on that they will lily
hav themtl11 lined41 with,il sil-, aid titched
ol the G1rtver & iker lachine, lie
Sm1111 ofr "l hieh is at oice stronig eolliugh
and clnstic ec,1ogh to meet tile require.
lolts of tihe ratidious helles who will
have light dresses, and yet who insist on
even the ti-.thi, having i svnse o "give"
it) it. The M:aia Theresa pleeve will still
he worit on pai ty dresses, but on walk.
ing suits the co)at sleeve, only lighter
tati before. Eiiletts are no linger
worn, but bretteles reaebing Crom tile
waist huhiod over tihe shoulders dowit ti
the waist in front are to he quite in style
for every da' dresses. The sleeves for
Casaques will bie arge anild flowing.
Ieels oi walking hoots are wcrn
lower, the tippers aro igher thin in the
Suiminer. Tihe Polish siie will be the
fahion this winter again Omi1y laced t
the Sides insteInd1 (if b1t,t0oIl. The Fa1in
chon hotnet is dead lit last. 'The new
RA 0co. 1101111a Uinf is W; ief el ill
various colors, tle t ils are hound with
velvet, the tirimmlinlg i (11ne-, two or mor.
feathers. A ltoget her it is a rstvlishi alfii
- it is decidedly ar istocraltie', and( is
called Valois. dArONeA.
The Free Schools.
Tlho Comml)iiissionelr (If l"ree Schoob
begs to amnounce to tile 1peopl11 or New
hlorry that he is authmi i'zid to eslablisin
as early as practienb1lIe, lFree Schools ii
suIch localities, as he, ini his judgmen I
may (10011 best to aid the ed tuatlonai in
terests oIf thle collmonity at large. lbi
wtill seen1ro alplicationis from tean'here
q~ ualiced to give in.,truction1 ill the Ele
inenltary braichies of a coinmon)01 Enlgli?.l
T1hie Schools1 will be organizecd Seper'
aitely, andl teachers will rece'ive payimeni
for sert ices rendelcredu sinco Oct. 81st
18(18. Persons whlo ar'e d1islposed to aiI
the colored people11 by uihin tg Sebloo
itlouses inl neighbtorhoods whlero it w ii
he dI'hirale*tl to estabIlili Schools1 foi
their benefit, will please0 inform himl
and11 as5 yoQur commlissioner' no(w hias it ir
his power to See that prop~er order and
dliscipline shll be obhserved, it is hope1cc
that Oiur 110op11 wiili 50 tile nlecessity' 0
aiding himt ill ihis efltt to benleft t.hi:
helpless class of' our people and encour
ago themu to engage teacehers fron
w'eek applications mayfl h10 made( to the
Commiiissioner at thte ofIloo of O. MI
Thle tidaul wa'v0 dlid not sweep) oi'e
Charleston ; 81h0 is still the city by thb
sea, and W~alter Steelo huer Prince of ha8
The city as never hlealthior, nor' thu
streets 11ore clean thanl now.
Tile fall tradle openled atuspiciously.
Thel inegi'oes still cry "fish," &c.
thlroulgh the streets. No other cit.
tohleratethe (10vendinlg of truck upon01 till
it is said that1 theO contract is givei
otut for tho building of the Port l(oya
ImlinenIse trains of guano, salt, an<1
other goods Ieavo the S. C. RI. R. forl till
The various thrFoughi freighit lines o
the S. 0. R. RI., such ais the Star, Gres
cent, Green and( Palmtto, &c., aro doingil
a good bnsiness, and aro anl imni..enst
economy anid convenience in 1110s0 com
The birds are all dIsappearing from th<
A large firo occurred on KCing St.,
Charleston, Friday mlorniag last. Losset
mostly covered by insuranco.
COM ME RC IAL.
- Nxwwnrnny, OOt. 32-Cotton d~lil a~t~23.
ColuMDIA, 13. C., Oct 11,..-SiaIes ori;ottoe
to.day 01 bale---tnddlings 24 a 24je.
NxwYou, Ot.11- 3*. I.-Coton Ituhy fo.
lower,with si'o2,60Ji bale'. at 26jo.
GOLD quiet but firmer, at'8 4
A.&UGUSA Oct. 11-Cotton markcet steady with
CaRY TO,r:.11..Ct o ta with
sae l49bales-middHngis26J; recepa' 1,-80
tilit. e cosed Igg tianlad 1P. a 1
On the 5th of Octolior by the le T. S.
otnoest, Mr. David Siber to MIss Suo S.
Reagan, all of Nowberry.
Our thanks nre tendered for a piece of the
On the dill of October, by the lev. J. A.
Si1gh, Mr. ARTHUH S. NUNNAMAXiSH, of
Lexingoi, to Miss MAUY C. HILL13t, Of
Newberry, S. C.
It is getting quite common now to nay "on
Such i a daIy," etc., and "no cards," but hav
ing Ito Caney for 11i4 style, we have doeor,
inIIIied oil It is ocealion, and a very inomon,
tons one it is to i:-sno our 'cardm"of invita,
tion, on3e of wichell will ie frouid iII ealchl of
fthe pru.pt ditioii of to%day's Herald.
Every one. therefore, who receives the pa.
per, and we car- not it' ho number be as
gi'eat as the grainu of sand on the ocean's
bunch, every one. great nt,u sinall, old aitd
yotig, dleat amd dumt, and of whatever pot.
8n11S11onll i a religiont point of viow, are in.
vite-d to comle. Come one, come All tho
more tie nerrier, Anld we prom ise
you undiluted saifliefion with the uwul
dil-conut We have juIt returied from
Gothum, we have been to the big inarkeits
of the North. we havo purchased vat lously,
Invested wisely, brought hume largely, ar0
exhilbiting sailsctorily and will sell clenp,
ly for eosi .
UJnarn3i4h truth wil make a way
Whelecruoked falsehuod gi cestray.
We coidially and friterntlly invite the
public to attei-n our receptilotis, on morn
ing, nmon anld Ifight, and iliige iII tile
wholesoim ii moderately priced pleasures
ollrered for their delectition. lin View of a
hergO at1414.i. 11n1d at ha11ppy ind sUCcess,
tul run, wo ate con1ent to lose the marblo
door Smp w ith at sernper attkclied, 1ind a Iso
A patent grilirmi which ire stippolied to
hilve been c-iried off by nceldenitally becomn
ing entilng:cdi in at kiy's hloop skirt. It' the
111111y reinris c(cin well. Ifr not It will mtiake
no differenrive, its 't- 11ve aot hand at lot of
chit Ified iki,m of -hun4hine, man mildoto to
aill ills, tog4th.-r. with Ory Good.s, Groceries,
Nic%nics, &e Comni and Aloe i1s.
Oct 1340 It. \VILSON & WICKER.
r.i1'IN KI[I Z.. PERRY
DAVIS & ,,ON, Manufacturers and propri.
eors. Irovidence, it 1. Tesilmonialiv rron
'iis remo-iy is well known to be one of
the very hest ever otrered to the public. It
istall thant It Is represeted to bit. I,'he jesti
MOnl-il InI Its ravor, reachitig blick for at se
ries of eairs, and the expereile f a long
test, inconte4tihtly i1r,ve It to be (1110 of ithe1
mo,t reliable -Pceciflesof thogo.-Ol North
We"o cheerfully mdel our testimony In favor
or this medIlne .-Romaun Ciuzt.
DAvIH' PA KI1.Tban --We have tested this
meittine, and im-ure or readters that it not
only possessem all the virtnes clatimcd for it,
but"I it, 1m1y111ismlilus I surpaisses tiny othier
Itledy we havo ever known.-Iltrald of
It Is really a valiable meldiilne -it is used
by inany lhyAcians.-Boston J'raveler.
I ha41vo used Davis' P.in Killer, and con,
sider it an iiiispensiab)le article I iln h11 ted ,
e1ne box. It has efrected curs in diarrathIa,
aid for Cuts and bruises It Is Invallujible.
I N. Y. Examiner.
Spoken of In ferms of high commonda,
t1on1 by boti Druggli and I'ysichism.
Ktown almost niiversally to be a gooti
.4o"" -' --,' s, un11d ofi er pain o ihe
- Vai131ne, nil[ oIlly no eol(1s III
-, for various Hummer comptlints.
Th'Iere is no milt'me I iltin 1so hIghly as
the l '4ain K ilter-hv usedt t19'1I forl year Is, and14
ill tevery mtlJnled it has14 proIv-d 41 so1vereign3
Oct. 13 4imo .14
notl 4o violenIt now0, 11h1 vo1lcano1 144 aI fearfl
sIght 14o beiiiI. The iv ers' of lavaI still flinw,
heava1t'I It has biten veryl sickiVliiee A pes.
enli,ir isort ofI l3w mlriti0<1 lever, wh'ichel
has14 grmvn1 4)n3 of the t'4oni, condense1i51d vapiors
ofr thei volcanio, has14 prevaledIll3 to1 an alarm,II
lng X 'lIt, and11 at 011e thne11 It wash fenirId It
wlold i depolOlt13e 11ho ishdit. Ilit fosrtu nte
ly, a sCen 1np1ain (cling he~ itreor sul'41pp lies)
inlg, 1und1 qulick 11md thorough enres were
Me's.rs. ChinIg. rIinlt & Co , ComisiIon
111erch2111ms, hadtt th1ese1 liitte(rs lior salo0. in a
short 141me1 thetir' Iflie was besiegedl and(
t helir 91njpply exh )11sted. A steamerl3I wasl (114,
piche113111 34o San I Flranc~ic by3 olrder of the0
Il1ospital1 h).pairtent , and11 a1 ne1w and1 enor4 -
mons014 suppli1y obta11ined) a1s soon1 as3 pots.,.)ble
Fromi 11ha3t m1omen31t theO )courIge was1 stayed.'(
Noit ano(llter fatial en's40 e ccrred.I, 11nd4 1he
epIidem'ilc 1has4 now. 01 onirl'y disapp14) 'ared * **
I ibiis wonderI)ful remedy413 knowni in our11 city ?
1 hope11 so1, for' ii a 1110 enre 1for ail levers
miasatie 1 sic(knless Youl may13 tell Voar'
iritends so for me. ***** 11. C. M1.
?IIAONOLIA WVAT1'n1.-Superior' to the beOst
imlporitedt German3111 Cologne, 4and1 sold at half11
I am' still receiving FU RN I
TIlil UI of' overy descrip j)ton imme.110
dliatoly' friom ho AInunIfhetIrr'sH
North1, and( will sell as8 .LO W as
he fre'ight.) .1I(keep consatantiv
WA R D)-ROB ER,
W AS I1-ST A N DS5,
BE~D-ST'E A D)S,
CR A D)[AMS.
CHA IRS, dIifierontIi qualit ios.
I olding, Saloon1, T1oilet and1 Ceontr'o
TmA. B .LE .
(from the fnCst sold watllut, down to theo
I also keep, and( manuIIfalctuIre,
MOLDINUilI for flrames,
LOOKING-G(L A SSES,
i'L A 'E8, ('ut to) fit 01(1 frames,
A (no ahsorllment of WALL P'Ai'EIIC
PAP'ER AND OIL SilADES,
with FIXri'UtS, (something new.)
I feel grateful to a iCenerousb publIc for tihe
lIberIli pItronIla a Ircmiy boeowedi ull 1n00
in my irst efforts in busimas, and sh al use
o~very ef'0o't to merit a1 coninance of their
ROB'T Y. LJEAVELL.
By an ordr fron John 1. Peterson, Pro
bat) Judge, owill W1i on the first blonday
in November next, within the legal hours,
at Newborry 0. 1H., the following proporty,
1 fraet of Land belonging to tho Estato of
N G Gallman, bounded by linds of blictjah
Epps. David ilallacre, other lands of thl Es-,
tato and others, conhaining -- Acres, more
o less (a plat or the same will be exhibited
on tho day of salo.
Terms of sale, on a credit of ono year, ox*
cept cost, which must pe paid Iin cash. The
purchaser to give bond and mortgage, or
pay tle whole inl Cash 03
Also, 400 Acres, more or less, bounded by
hands of lBaiuck Duncan, J. S. Itenwick, S.
C. Wilson, S. 3. Sig and Mary A. Gilss
gow, being the real Estate of John L.
Terms of salo, onelalf Catih, the balance
on one year, secured by a bond and mort
gage, or all in cash. 03
Also, Tract No 1, containing 503 acres,
more or less, bounded by lands of Georgo
Wise, Joel Wiso, and on waters of Saluda
river, being the real Estato of Jesse W as,
reroct No. 2, containing 228 acres, more or
less, hotuided by lanedt of Untliarino Mooro,
Patrick E. Wise and others, being the real
Estate of Jesse Vise, decoased.
Terms of sAl. cash 03
Sarah Curoton vs G. A. Brown and wife,
and others George Brown surviving Ex'or
of Daniel T Cuieton, deceased. vs. Sarah
Cureton Adm'x, and Jas. Curoton and
others. Sarah Curoton, Adtu'x. vs. Geo.
Pursuant to the decretal order in the abovO
stated ease, I will soll, before the Court
House. In Newberry. on the first Monday in
November next, within the legal hours:
All that Tract of Land in Newberry
County, on Bush River. containing 1,300
neros, more or Ivss bounded by hinds of E.
K. Selcumpert, J A. Hair, Yates Myers and
otihcas. This tract is now being divilled into
sinal tracts and will be sold accordingly. 03
1180 Trcact No. 1,
1391 acres, more or less, hounded by lands
of Frederiek Werher, J. . 11air, and waters
of Busi River. 03
Also, 'Tract No. 2,
170 acres, more or less, hounded by lands of
1'ract No. I and the 1,300 acres, lying in the
fork of L'imothy Creek and Bush River. 03
Also, Tact No. 3,
1501 acres, more or leqs, bounded by tract
No. I miod 2, aned by lands of J, S. I.ir, and
the 1,300 acre tract.
Term-; of sle, One Third Cash, and the
balaIce On a credit of oec and iwo years
with equal installments with Interest from
day of .sale, the purchaser to give bond for
the crelit payments, it a mortgage of the
By virtue of sundry writs of Fleri Facias
to me directed. I will sell, on lhe first Moni,
day in November next, at Newberry 0. Il.,
the lilowing properly, viz:
All the right. title and interest of lenry
Wihinire,in the tlree store houses on Mollo
hotn Itow,(boundel by stores of P. AM. P1atysin
ger,Jacob Singley andpil Simeon Pratt,and now
ocetpied by W, T. Tarrant, W'right & Cop
poei, 1111d iloozer & Co.,) a: the time of hIs
sae to G 1) Smith. Levied on it the suit
of the Bank of Newberry, vs. Henry Wiit%
Also, that large brick store, nowv occupIed
by W. [H. Webb. hounded by sireet leading
fron ile Conti1 lloise to the Depot G. & C.
It. R., lots of irs. stecelo and flenry 0. len,
,on. Levied on as the propeity of N. F.
Johnson, at the buit of the Baik of Now.
Also. 419 acres of Land, more or less,
bounded by lands of Geo. Oxner, J. T.
flItchinson, Nncy Miller, L lorton, and
othfers. Levied on at the suit of the Baik of
Newberry, vs. N. F. Johnson. 03
Ao, 530 acres, more or less, bounded by
lands of Aidward Cakmwell, J M. lMooks,
Jionn Glei. aid others. Sold as the prop
er1.y of J. Bi. Glymphli, at the stilt of 11. w .
ilikard, for Estatte of 0r Ge'ore Glenni. *3
T M. P'AYS[N'GER, 5. N. 0.
Oct. 13 410 3t.
AlRY 00098! DMll 000DS !
STILL, WEBB & Co.,
287 & 289 K INtG-ST R EET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
A re nowv opeing a lbcomnplete assortmnent
of,GOOD)S IN OUR LINE, which we ill
offer at very hi w pritcea.
ilaivinig putrchalsedl our Goods for cash, it
will enable us to sell them at a mnuch lowver
figuire than usual Coun try Merchants will
tund It to thtelr advatage to gIve tus a call.
STOLL, WEBB & Co.,
287 AND 289 KING-STREET,
Two Doors below Wentworthi.
Oct. 13 40 if.
MhlI Pond anId ChanniieI ysters.
A iter' the first of November t it is proposed
to furnish these oysters, either' in the shell
orl opened, ini qjuanitities to sui1 tlrchasers,
and11 at tihe lowiest mIarklet pices.
Th'ie M1ill Ponid Oyster~ suppheltd will be
Gulla Island Oyster,
F'roma the LJucas Mill Pond a', Charleston,
whlli for fl,ia' an,d plumpness is well
known to b,e unisurpassed.
Orders solicited fronm till parts of [lie
country. A ddress
T110OM AS McGilA DY,
Agent, P. 0. flex, No. ;3i,
Charleston, S. C.
lii:Es:ERENcntt:-Jamecs Adger' & Co-, lion.
J1. ii. Campbell, D)r. St J. Ihavenel, David
Jeninis, Mc'Crady & Sotn, WV. 0. Dingle,
John 8. ihiynnt.
Oce. 13 410 I,mo
Dissoluition of Co-partner ship.
The Co-partnership of J J. & A. M. Reed
er, in the mercantile business at dosion, was
dissolved this day by mutual consent. All
the neotsCtt aire In the hands of J. J.
RIEEDERt for collection.
Nothing in the pickled Fih
lino to comparo with [them. Thoso
'much talked of' and long lookod
for pickled nullet havo at lat ar-.
r'ived att L. R., MA RSiIAJLL'S, and
can be bou ght either sincgiy or by
C/angqel (hange!! Changec!!/
Dturing t his w~eek and1( util1 fur-'
thrnotico, Prosch lFish ma y be
expec'(ted( oni Tttesdays, Thu arsdays,
and Satu irdaiys.
Fresh Oystors to-daiy.
Como ont yo Courtt f'olks.
Oct. 13 40 16.
SAVES NINE. If you have a cotngh. do
not nelct It; thcousandis go to an untimnely
gravei by noglecting what thley call "a slight
cold." 'These slighlt colds nre very insidious.
'Theoy soon becommidb.epseatei, antd dlefy all
remedies. DRl.1'l'f''8 EXP'EOROANT
will euro it. Ii can be hadl of any Drug%
Oct. 13 40 2t.
Sugar, Coffeo, Tea, Lrdrc, Flout', Riee lia
con, Oysters, Sardinues, Iierrihgs, Mackerel,
Chleeste, (3rackers, Candle.s, Nutta, is ints
A pies, la tches, Caindlep, -Sodat, SpIce,
(ht'.r lPennar.&.,. , ., .
Two thousand shingles.
Apply at this office.
Oct. 138 40 t1.
The unlersigned will storo any
and all kinds of Produco in him
colmnodious I -Waro8o next to
W. .1I. wobb's ator.o.
If. 0. WISKEMAN.
Oct. 13 40 tff.
My heavy Boots have ar
rived. Call and see them
o,t. 18 40 if.
Is hereby giveni to all whom it may con
corn, that til te iersigied will onl the loth
day of November next, make a full and
final settlemen on the estate of William
Sheely, deo'd., and will thei ask for a final
di.chaaZe trom his admnilstration of said
Oct. 13 40 41.* Admn'r.
STRAYED from J,ck Golemtin's Cross
Roads, near Saluda Old Town, Edgefield
Dist., a medium sied Ray Horse with light
mane and tail. Said animial is of round nid
compact body, aid about 11) or II years
old. flits a trace chain locked round his
icok with a now spring lock, and It it has
been removed, the skin % ill show the mark.
The party recovering tie horsio will
please address the uidersigied at Grecns.
boro, N. 0. 0. D. MARTIN.
Out. 13 40 2t.
Ilaving just returfd from New York anad
other cities, with the latest styles, amd a
lull stock of material selected by mlyself, to
suit mV customers, I invile all who are will
lig to receive ue as a permanetit citizen to
call at my giadery over Mayes & Martin's
store, and see foi themselves.
Motto, good work at reasonable prices.
a No charge for lookhig, and not much for
Aevanit selectious of fiue Cases, Albums,
&c. Your laithful Artist,
W. 11. WISEMAN.
Oct. 13 40 tf.
All persons indebted to the estate of
J siah Stewart, dve'd., tire re(iested to
make payment, on or be:ore the 16th day
of' Novelmbiler iext and141 tho.c holding de
mtnis are particularly notilied to remler
Iem in v that time, its I desire to knmw
the standing of lie estaie.
Oct 13 40 2t Adm'r.
U. S. Internal Revenue,
DEPUTY COLLETO's OFFoE3,
31) DisTaIor. S. C.
Ni.WBEtUY, Oct. 12th. 1869.
Notice Is hereby given -o all whom it may
concern, that I will hn at Newherry C. H1.,
from this dato unil Friday 221 'ist , to re
ceive the Internal Revenue tinxes Assessed
in Newberry County. during the niiths of
June, July atid Augttst last. A penaty of
5 per cent. wlith 1per Cent. interest, per
month, wIll be aidded aginst all persons
fallimit to mnake patyment t,y the time within
specified and co)lle*ctions eniforced accordIng
to law - Persons as<esed1 pioer to thu tirst
of Junno who hiave failed to make paymen1Wh
tieruefore, wil tinid It to fhe ir Interest to
av'adi thiemselvIes of this opporctunity to pay
Oct. 13 40 It. D)eputy Colfector.
All persons who are indebtedl to thme E<.
late of Robertnl Stewart, decensd, whethiem
b.y Note or Accomunt, areo hereby regnmestedl to
makte prompt payiment of the sonme to my
Attornecys, Messrs. Fair, Pope & Pope, at
Newberry C. iH , 8. 0.
All persons houlhlig demands against said
Essato. are hereby notified( to preset themn
to my saidl Attortieys probated as required
(Sg'sf) ELIZABIE'TH R. STEW ART
Sep. 29 38 4t- Adm1x.
The logic that carries con
Justico and Truth exemnpli
fled in a
ONE P1HE SYSEM!
THE LOGIC THAT
Bargains Bought for cash,
my)3 friends anId patr'ons.
A Large and attractive
PRICES T HAT ARE
In this Stockc will ho found all the late nov,
clties of the day
Dr'oss Gmods, all gratdos, iand Dross
ILosiory and1( Glovea, a full 1ine,
[Linton Goods antd White Goods,
EmbrWoidories, oail andu Mtachine
Craptos and1( Orapo Voils, and1( Grape
Shawl~vs, GClas, Vol vertoons, Rib
bons andlt NE) Ots,'
Black Goods, Black Silkscm, Blombat.
Cantoln Cloths, Alpaccas, anld all
Pr'ints and DolaineCs, ClIoths~ and1
Flannels01 and( lankots.
WYe Invite the traide, ansd I le pubdle gen,.
orally, to ani exatminiation of thiis Stock, as
it ia entirelv new. Rlemesnler, om-t goa
are marked sit the lowest livimg rattes iundher
a one price syslem, andtt are mieatnt to l. is
tuniformlfy ehctp a lnt they shall sattrain. snnd
secure 11he faivor of' the closest buyers of the
ilinid. All will b.e sold al ritly for'Cashl. No
meCiss.smsr;,n necoiunts kept, the stamips
lutust be pati for all goodss Onl deli very.
LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAPI
Full Lines for the Falls
' SATISFACTION IN PRIONeS
Having Just returned from tho Northar
markets with a heavy Fall amd Winter
Stock of Goods, bought with care and at a
decline, I am now prepared to sell at
- LOW FIGURES,
In all the following grades.
or every variety, such RAs Merinoes, Poplin$
Doludnes, Bosam1biques, Dubalse, ,Mack au
Whito Alpicecas, Silks, and a full assortment
of I)ress Trimmings.
ALICOES, WH ITE GOODS. 0SNAbUR,S
11OMESPUNS ANU lANKETS.
HOSIERY of overy description, besides a
lot of-snperior Li;dies' RIBBED OSE at
the LOW PR110E of 194 VN', P$t
PAlR. Also, IOO1P SKIRTS.
JEANS, Oassliners, I)oe Skins, Broadoloths,
for gentlemen and youths, together with
nit elegant lot of
HATS, ROOTS AND 97M)9,
Also a good stock of choice
Saddlery, Buggy & Wagon iarness,
Sot, UPPRn, 11ARN9ss AND WANO
In great variety, and a general stock o' ali
All of whilh in quality, variety and prices
will enable me to compete with an house
this si1e of Mason and Dixon's line.
Deeply gratelui for past liberal favors, I
respectfily ask an ex-minination of my largo
stock, and guarantoo satisfaction to puruha
Oct. 0 39 t.
Our stock of
Mens', Youths' and Boys'
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
Is now complete. Having Increased it
largely, we olrer a much greater variety
th in ver before.
Our stock of
Dress Coats, Vests and Pants,
Wai never better, while our
Surpass anyihing we have ever had.
We have doublo the number of Hats than
The snine may be said of our
Boots And. Shoes,
For in addition to our usual stock of dress
Bootq and Shoes, we have ad 'ed thereto
cnmrser goods, including the best double
Our sock of furnishing goods is complete.
We have in every line, endeavored to so
eure style, comfort, and econoio'nv.
Pleasn xamine our stock.
WBRIG H' T & (OPPOOK.
The larger), let of HATS AND CAPS
ev"er brought to, New herry ;embracing all
the mon. dlesirablie new Styles, (of which
there aire many). Ci ih at -
WIG HT' & COP'POCK'8.
Boots and Shoes.
lisoC,,lfhand sewed dress hoots, shoes & Oitors
"Seil Skini a ~i
ilp lhande Pg'd " " 1 S .
Hnavy D)itchaer., " " "' " from 9 to 13
lust iYue c t'g i rogans for Men a Boys.
OCult IVr thullTr8& COPPOCK'S.
Ladies' Cloaks, &c.
A ,splendid stock of Ladies'Oloaks, Shawls,
Nnbmls, [loodIs, &c.
L.OVELACE & WH1EEL~ER.
Oct. 6 39 tf.
1869. FALL STOIJ 1869.
Purchased in the best markets
And which can be sold-'at price's which
The Stock nowv open, and to wvhich our su..
perior facilities nable its constantly to add
to, embrace all the finter grades of
L AD/ES' DR I ESS? 'WiD ',
Such as beau tifuli Silks, D)obaizo,
Alpaccas, Meorinoos, Popling, to
gether with ail. varieties of Trim
limigs, Emitbroidlories, Laces, Rib.
bons, T'attins, Edgoings, and all
endless fabrwics ossential to a tadios'
toilot. Our stock of
HEOMESP UNS and HEAVY GOODS
Is very comnplego,
BILA NKETS', fi no and comnimon.
esitdesAwhch we have in store a supeior
BOOTS, SHOES and HA.TS.
All of which bonght for CASH wvill be sold
LI\ offring orI?ALL STOCK we cannot
withhold ont thaunks for the very liberal pa
tronago extended to us heretofore, and ty
do not hesitato to say that ouar numnerows
ctustomters anid friends will flmii mis oier ready
in the future to please and accommod,to.
Oc. B 9ARRUE, OlRIFFIN & BARIiIE..
Shoes and Hat0.
We are ju~s. receiving t nilco assortmen
of Shtoes and hUts, anid will beo sold.very rt*
sonalilo by LOVIELACE & V! EfL.
Oct. 0 81) tf
Fin Mi ti heavy colored
Oct. 6 80' tf.
40 hibls. Extrnt, M.iihtm aniu Cheap fresh
ground Flour for nile b.