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Wednesday Uprning, Nov. 10, 1809
A bad Mark--z
And yet dear (4ilinquent a Most necessary
one. Did you lotie It gn yqnr jast paper?
of course you did, fok it Ivas the, first mark
mado against any of our numorous readers
since some time early in tbe present year,
and it was scoaxD with a heavy hand. Some
of you are away back yonder In arrearsI
inonths, and months and Tponthe behind,
till we are almos. ashamed to say anything
about It at this late day.- But 'a dumb
pflest loses his benefit," and we have good
authority for knowing "that 'tis better late
than never," thorelbre we present the cross
for consideration now, and with MARCD
emph,asis. And-why say you was the cross
not made long ago. Why? because of sick,
ness, absence and other misfortunes. Is that
suMelent? and you are not angry are you?
Tott'il pay up like good follows won't you.
Tei to be sure we will I Thank you, that is
the way to talk, and you will be looked for,
from this time on, till dvery mothers son
shll haVo come in and lpaid up. So please
be alive and moro up in lively measure. But
perhaps some of you did not see the X. and
lost you are still in blissful ignorance of tho
fact that you are in arrears, and of the no
less Important fuct that we are in wantof the
little difference between us, we seid out in
your paper this week a little slip, giving the
particulars, iime, amount due and so forth.
With this very polite, and we aro almost in.
clinod to style it affectionate, duu, the first
since ever so long ago, we remain yours hop
ing. P.,S, And please rombtber that hope
defirred maketh thd heart sleck.
Thursday, tie 18th dny of November,
has been set apart by Gov. Scott, in ac
cordanco with proclamation from Grant,
as a day of. thanksgiving and prayer.
The Mills House.
Which has been closed for eightien
months is'now open it the public. It
has been eitirely refurnished from base
mont to attie, and repaiintedl, and under
the eflicient eyes of its present manage.
nent u ill be agnin tlie popular hotise it
vas in the time past. Everything has
been done, nnd ii the inost einhorate and
extetsive a unner, to renider it aittractive
and pleasing We are pleased to see old
Charleston Inloking up.
Mr. F. G. DeFontaite. the editor of
the XlXth 'entiy, in conseqience of
the ickness of his wife, passed through
No%%berry oiSatuiay last, insteai <.
stopping, as laid do wn in his progrummne,
for the delivery of his lecltire on the
"Poetry and Ilumnor of the War." Our
citizens have lost a rich treat, but for a
time only, however, -s the nVeomplished
lecturer hopes to pay Nowberry a visit
at a future pet iod.
History of South Carolina.
We. are indebted to Messrs. Dffio &
Chapman for a copy of 11rof. J. W%ood
Davidson's School History of South Car.
olina. It is desigied fur use in co1nn
sahools, and preselting as it does, a
curate accoants of historical events in
this State, it is quito necepitable. 'l'e
author has happily written his shonk in
so intelligible a snanner, that it will
meet the comprleensit,i of the chi:ss for
whom lie intended it. It is sold by3
Messrs. D. & C. at 90 cents, eitheri at
Newh;erry, or at their principmd store in
The Census of Nine Counties.
The Chariesion News gives thme return of
nina counties, no others being yet heard
from, viz: An:derson, wh.itet, 14,072, coloredl
9.053; Chesaterfield, whites 6 938, colored 4,
304; D.srlin;tton, whitea 0.237, colored 15,s.
295; Horry', whites 7,340, cohored 2,919; Lan,.
caster, whites 5.127, coloredl 4,254: Marlbo
ro, whmite,s 6015, colored 5.983; Sumter,
whites 0,918, colored 12,779; Sparanhnurg,
whites 10.728, coloredl 7,476; and W illiams
hurg, whifes 6,001, colt red 11 790 Sinco
1880 there hmas,.beern timo following inerense;
in Anderson 252, Darlington 4,171, llorry
2,327 and W illionmshurg 1,902; while in the
other five there has been a decrease as fol
lows: Chosterfid 632, Laneaster 2,416,
Mlarlboro 836, Sumter 4,162, anrI Spartan
burg 2,715. ' lie aggregate shows an iucreaso
in the whole ofr22 whites, and a decrease in
the whole, 1,941 colored.
Death of the Rey. W. A. GIamew3ll.
In the deLathI of this distinguished,
amiable and efmeient minister, the South
Carolina Conference hans tnot with a se
yere lose, and thme Churebh andi State alike
will deplore so sad a dispensation of
providence. HLis death occurred nL Spar
tanburg,-his last charge-on the 30th
silt., after a.protracted illness. Shattered
and enfeebled in body fromt an actire
discharge of his sacred duties, forw many
months he'was tunablo to work as efll
ciently -as he desired, anid this was a
soureo of greet grief to him. But his
was a efear, bright mind, and his heart
overflowed with gratitude in remem
brance o' a life time of wiereies, therefore
feelirpg that it was his master's ii ill lie
howed to thei affliction withi resigniation.
We know and loved him well, and
give tribute to thme great excellence of his
chrisian life,, and the many beautiful
trnlia of his character, iIe indeed work
tad whilo'it was day, and now ho is gone
to his reward. Thie Christian world has
lost a bright ornament, anmd the Church
an olielnt and beloved minister, anti an
afl'ectionato and lnrgo family a prop andl(
atay,whom the good Lord will in. no wise
forgot. Our sympathies are theizs in
this their bereavement.
New .Yonmt Noveumber 0.-overnor
auestionm as to
-- -led to do with
- 't radi.
- s dils.
The State M%Ir.
To-day+-lvednesday-tho Fair of the
Agricultural aid Mechanical Society
will open. It is t,ho first we have had
slnc the war- and It is believed that
olt bla wIll be filled to overflowing
with visitors, happy thiat tho' Stato o.
ciety is again alive, and that'each ono of
the Many will help,to swell the throng
who appreciato on institutton which
ntuit tend to develop the tsources and
intelligence of the State. Tile buildings
and preparations for the exhibition of
all the various articles, stock, machinery,
Ac., are all on an extensive scale, and
cannot fail to givosatisfaction, and It is
expected also, that the exhibition of ar.
ticles will be in number and vailety
comnensiurate with the preparations
made for their reception. A good time
and a profIttible one may well be looked
for, and attple acconnodationR we have
been told, by influential gentlemen, will
be propared in case the var-ons hotels
and private boa'rding houses are over.
To add to the attractions, there will
be a grand tonrnanment at the closo of i
the Fair, rendered on a scale not before
attenipted, we believe.
Tho State F,ir at itichniond, which has
CIosCA distribited 8.000 in premuiumls.
An entire family were stocated to dethli
In a fire which :tely occurred In New York
The Grecenville and Colombia R.ilroad has
done a larger freight business this fall than
ever before since the war.
George Peabokly, the great philanthropist
Is dead. The n1ews of his death will ,e req
coived and fell on both sides of the Atlantic,
with no coinmon sorrow.
The women of Sotuth Carolina are earnest,
ly invited to unite in the erection or a monn
ment in memory of the Confederate de.d
The initiative will be made In Col-imbia, dn.
ring the present week.
The Stonewall wits burne( to the wtter's I
edge on the Mississippi River, lhst week. j
There were two hundred and fifty-eight I
sons on board, but a rew of whon reached
the --hore nMive. A most fearful catastropch. I
The neg,ro miiltia are creatinig a grest ex- (
citeient in Iiliigli, N. C.. makling threats 3
and insulting females. A collision Is con- I
sidered inevitable, for the people nec pro,
voked ainst past endurance.
Amnig the attraclions this week i.i Co,
lunbla will be the perforinnntes of Mark
tead's Star Combinafion of Comedians.
who will perfurm at Jannmey's Hall. Isanc
Sulzbacher will iloll n graid fair at his I
Jewelry Store besidtie, and ,1. 11. t M. 1, t
Kinard w ill mako such an exhlbition as
will be ple.sing to ite I-iblic.
It is expected ihat the Port Royal li1ail,
the Air Lie R.Ailrontl, the Asheville iIN i
rani, nn-I tihe South Carolina Itailroad, wili
npply for a Stale guaranlee as t<oon as the
Logisinitu1ro Imeets. Tine Whole onttit askti
for inay ie aItont twenty im Illions--nehning
the nine million dollars for the 1no -1idge
L-Ver returns are mora unfavorable to lite
Rtopublicans. Tine Tribuino estimates the
SSomni* as two Democratic and tine Assomhly
sixteleit Democratic injority, Tie Titineg
puts tine A ssembly seventy Democratsi and
Thne election in Mob ite passedi w Ithoumt the
slightest nluorier. i'hno Vole wvas liggit, tine
total ini thne city beinng 5214; Dtmnocratlie
mninority 753. Enongh Is known fromi the
canony precincts io insure nhe electlin ofi
blagee, Demnocrat , by o.me thousand m -jor
Theo Novembher No of the Anmericin Stock
Jounrnal is at hand, and ans usutal, is full or
interertinug mutinr to funimers, and onthers.
N. P. Iloyer & Co. , l'anrksburg, Chester Co.,
Thne C'rnroina F~armner inml Weekly Smar, in
lieun of the monithly e..ires n to nin his week,
is lirst itombaler in p)resent formni. it 1s de
cided ly hattndsomet im nnppeCnrtmeo , unil nta
goodin s iI looks. .Sniecesn to It. WV. Ii.
Ienarnd, W lmiulngton, N. C. $2.
The Runrnl Amienai. n elegant quarto
s'zani , contanin g about 31i three cohni m pi li
gos. beau ttiuly ihlustral4el, and all for $150.
U. F. Mliner & Co., New Yunk.
The (;ongri.sionaI Sunh Connumittec
have left W~ashington on their way for
Cl. anlesIon, and it is p)rusnumed have an..
ivedi. VTeir ob'ject is to take te<timotny
in tine enses ofl Mir. Sitmpson, (l)enmocrant,)
whose seat is contested by Wallace,
(lladicail,) and of Col. Jictd, (i)etmoent,)
whose seat is conl)esled by hinge, (it]i
The XIX Century for hovembjer i< ic
eived. Ins first article is fronm the pent of f
ExUGov. Perry, "RiemninIseeinees of joublie
men." anid the sublject John C. Calihonnt. -
It will be r'eaml witih great favor. Tihe~ etire
talie of contenms i-s excellemt and highly in
teresting. Stubisription price of this muonth
iy is S3.50 pner nninumn.
PilAitrtr WonlK !-Late on Monday
afternoon last, shortly after the hnandhs
hnad deivered and stlored their try's
pic'king, the Gin ilotuso of .John IRains.
ford, Esq., at his Bunt phan'e, was dis
covered to be on fine. It was totally
conumed, and with it, sixty bales of
On thec sante eventing, a few hours Ia-.
ter, ho wevr , the Gin Iliouse of Mn'. a
Charlie .\athnis, livirg a mile below the 11
Pine liouse, was alsno discovere'd to he
hnrntia. It was destroyed, with six.
teen hales of col ton.
Tfhese plantations are aboutt 8 mIlese
apart. Notinng is known ans regards thne
orimi of the flnes, tbut the striking cotn.t
ciunro of two neighboring Gin lionses
being burnedl on the samen oveninag, vet y
naturally suggests the torch of the in.
eendianry. -Edogeldc Adve, tiser,
CiscixxA-rr, November 2.-Of twenty.
two votes of the Board of Ennt non, f' r
excluding the Bible fronm public schools,
ten wvone Repuiblicans andiO twelve D)emo
orats. Theo diominal religiorns weore:
Three Pr-otestan ts, tetn Catholics, eightt
Free Thminkers and 0110 Jew. Of flfteen
votes againist e teluding, twelve were
Repuballica na, three 1 >emocra Is. Th~1e
nominal religions were: Thirteen Prod
teautantsm, One- Pree Thhniker and one .Jew.
The champIon of the pn-rty for expn lston
(thea Rev. Thomas if. Vi0kers, of the.loft
wing ; thne liberrg~qi,t plit for retaining
the Bible was RIevn, 1) . May, aUnita-.
rian. Reusolutions . adop ted: for%kl relI
glous hoghs and (ho. singing of saered
..jnv'tiivef In .uib~ . - aid . bni
OvertcIhe ( d d rnnginedom, 7
Conpllmouto Jutdge Orr. -.
- In dur notled list issue and pebIffatoA ,?
rbsoltiions, presented to Judge Orr, we Wer
unable to give tho interesting .Stnars msae
by Col. Fait on tlat occasion, or the re.
sponso ofJudgp 0k6i646 pdiasqI now -to
1to so,a copy being fttnish6e uTo complete
it we republish tho.3,o1utions.
kilAl5 0i k o IIUON FSlRat
Bollbre yoturlnor discharges the JUrie,
I delite to prosont some resotions whic4 I
but'o boon instructed by my bretiren at the
Bar to present to your Honor, and before do.
Ing so I desire to say, that in leaving your
>wn Circuit whoro you were busily engaged,
and in granting us the present FNtra Court,
ou hava really conferred a great boou,' not
)nly upon the Bar, but upon thei people ot
his community. The bUsiness of the Court
ind accumulated until it was impossiblo it
,ould be done at the regular Tormn allowed
)y Law. Owing to th1e Couts hRving been
rlrtually closed during the war, aid the groat
nercase of criminal business sinco then, we
iad not been able to disposoof any civil busi
tess in eight yearn-two cases, I believo,
vere tried on the Issue Dochot whou Judge
)awkins hold the Court in blarch, 1807. The
msinoss which had 6ecunmulated during that
rholo period has boon done at the present
[e'rm. I have been connected with tho Bar
it this place for more thiu forty years, and
luring that timo I have never known so
unch busin3ss dono in tho samo length of
ino, and.so satisfactority done both to the
lar, to the Juries and to the community, as
ant been done by your Honor at the present
'erm. I have in the timo I have boon at the
lar witnessed the administration of Justice
Py all the Judges, in this Court and the Court
of Equity, commencing with Judge David
ohnmon, who left the Law Bench about the
ine I come to the Bar, nnd I remarked to
mo of my brethren at thi Bar the other day,
rhich I desire to repeat here, that you com,.
oined mirny of the highest qualities of many
if our oldest and best Judges, who are now
to more; that in patiently hcaring,and firm
ies or decision, you reivlmided mo much of
udge David Johnson; that in the ready per.
eption of the merits and turning points of a
-ase, of Chief JustIcC O'Neall and Clhancel
or Wardlaw; that in analysis of a case-of
larper; and in ubinitting a case to the Ju,.
-y you simplified lte poits equal to Judge
In these sentiments, my brothren at the
lar, and this communlty here present, con,
ur. I, therefore, ask leave to present to
-our Ilotior the resolut lons which litvo boen
maninimosly adopted at a meeting of the
I:r thl- day, and which aro not meroeformal
ir holiday expressions, but contain' the real
emtints of the nmembers of this Bar.
1st. RKsoLvED, That the liar of Newber.
y tender to ills Ilotior, Judge Orr, their
incere thanks for holding, at their request,
hie special Termt of thte Court of Comnmon
'lens for this County, which Is now drawli g
0 a Close.
2d. UEsoi.VED, Thut the manier in which
i has lisehmarged .the laborious dulles which
li -114 devolved utpont him, inl disposing or the
,list netimithtion of biiness un outir dock,
is. atl it the trial of eases of great magili
tide and importance, entities hIh to ottr
ighest praith as an able, Impartial nitl e,
ightemn Jurist, and has wdu for hint tihe
dmtiration and esteem of our people.
31. Itx.so.v, That the paiuce and
ourtiesy which have clatractorIzed his cens
net ont the bmnch ins niadi his nidministriu
iot of juitlcc, iad his intercourse with the
lar and cmununity of the most tigreotble
nd pleasant character.
4th. I,sor.i), That onr brotier, Col.
1. Fair, Ie reqested to present the obove
esolillonis to his 1lim1or it opeI Court, and
har they bo published in the Newspapers.
Juntor onn's nESro0sas.
lentlemnen of the Nwvhecrry lIamr:
I th:m~k you mo.st sincrely for your' very
id and tl:itlern g aipp)rechit ioni of my Fer..
rie'es as I',reshaling Oilcor of' the GCeti dttring
heo presenmt term . In ac'ceptinmg time hitrh andi
eisponIsibin poisi:ion hich I inw OCenipy, it
vas frtotammmn U'tnnest contvict'on that a ttiefful
*ervice miiight lhe reundired, a prtion at
east of tihe people of South Ciarolina- -a pet.
iho amongst hioma I had been born and
renr< d, timd In whmose soil, whein "life's fitful
fever is over," I t nist mny honmes may repose.
L'o knmowv thmat the small r-nitice wilh I
ive muade, in le.iing my ownu eirenIt, to
ahid in relieving youri heav ily burdeur-d dlock
'Is t this ett muterim, has resumled in your
in qlulitled nppiroval of thte Itianmner ini whiicha
Ft hats beaen etceented,- is a full recomupetnse
or sutch satetiflee, and I shall canry hmomie
vithi tme, aoni ever chmeri.h , gr'atefuli mnemo,.
iesi of the 11mm andu the Term. lit t-oumig I
icipated aim agr'eeable aimd instraidtivo ses
ln of' thme Court, fromt the snieessors of
unte of thme miost gifted judicial intds,
rhicht the Statme htas prodttced. 'The memory
f' O'Neamll, Jaohntstone and the Caldwvelis,
nil time examptIle of their Junior comipeer,
btrough~ whom yo havie comnmun iesmed time
e'solumtions just ed, (Col. Fatir,) wais a siuf,
Icentt gua:raniteo, that tihe highest prof'es,
bonmal 'ourltesy wvould imatrk your persomnal
mtercoumrse, and( thme rmiot coimipelo amid
.iabotato prep'iairationa, the maninacnt of
oui'r cau3es. Tio the nmmbjers of Ilhis lIar,
tay itanks arme chic and tare herehy tendered
or' thmeir nmmtlorm courttesy, andi for their
endy alacerby iin relievimng tme from all aiin.
iccessamry emamrrassment in despathming the
u'.iness oif time Court.
The crowvded dockets hero, necessarily,
poerated mosit injurtioumly uipon alt time buti,l
ess interests (if thet commumnty. The war
udn ante'.war iebtedness of the people,
rhmich survived tIme loss of property and
early alt maetans for its liqtuidatltt, has
reiglied tas a fearfttl incubus on the ontergy
ind entierprize of time people; i.nd has, in no
imaali degree, parnalyz.ed thmelr iniduisiry. Time
ispeniso mmndc antxiety of creditor anti debtor
ave bmeeni fortadddable barrior's to all progress
nd dovelopemnent. It Is nowv passed, anad
oth will breatheo easier. Whiatover opiniomns
anty be niow etttertmaiaedl of time wvldom or
auice of the rtiles adopted by time Juries, it
till bt most mnantifest, that new energy and
titerprizo in a few b)rief months, will ani
mate your entire populpation! andi all tihe maa
erial imnterests of society in your mildst wil'
mo stiaimhetd and developed . T1heo losses of
lhn past will bon swallowed tup in the efforts.
iopes andi achtieveiments of time fuiture; anmd
ii a few brief years we strull rival, if inot ex,
:cl, time tiadlitomns mind miemnories of thme past,
in ithe priosperhty, progress, happiness and
eIvilization otur conamou couintry will enjoy,
Mir. Chanirtman, aecept nay thanks for time
kimnd ntd comiplientary terms, you havo
beemn lnsed to use in comimunicating time
resolutions just remnd, andi reIterate to the
members of time liar, andi thme oficors of thme
Court, my grateful naeknowledgments -for
their uniforim courtesy durinig the present
Tme State Genercmal Aasembly will be
naked to g narantee bonds of thme ile
Rlidge RilrI oad to thme aumout of $9,00',
000. . Tihis will-it is hoped-ins,ure ther
completIon of thre rend. ~But it-enhnoet be
complieteud much - 'emder .4hree6. 'yees,*
durh111g which portiod the intevent on the
guaranteedl bondA mh it ho paid by the
Stat. T,oJnto nat at sig pye "ont.
a'j.l be $1NO)Ob0' betiti.iei
ineae-/ T egeUe
STON0 & MunsA's CinQus..-,ThIs su%
porb Company, as will be seoti by r6oerenco
to advertisemott, will, exhibit here i*hiD
19th inst.. Srai sicompwlbhea stari Mid
bith addd.to iho list of'attrotlion'siiiio be
WA tound fe o&,'end iw t& Eures
presented ata6f too grandest 6,t3blition.;
The corpay 0 ' travelled far pd id
ahbd t1 1anaggis have spat6detther"timo
labOet 0 expense, to plaoo their 6thibitiou
on a pinnacle of. excellence. The press
encomiums overywbero are most flattering.
SURVIVORS MRETING.-Tha Newberry
District Survivor's Association- was organ
.Izd.on the 5th Inst., Capt. - Jr-Y MFall
was called to the chair. The following del.
-gates were appointed to the Charltisdt4h C#n%,
ventlon, to meet in that city on the 18th
inst.: W. F. Nance, 0. 11. Suber, Rob't Me
Caughrin, T..J. Lipscomb, Thos. W. Gary,.
John K. 0. Nanoo and Williato'Loster,
The Assolfon will be thoroughly organ%
ized on Sales,,day in December next, when
all Confederato.roldiors are Invited to be
present and join the Absociation.
PMRSoNAL.--We had the pleasure or a
visit on blonday, fron 3jor Samuel It.
Ghiamaif, of. Virginia. The Majof repre.
sonts the house of Baxter, Boll & Co.,.of
Now York, Imporwtrs and manufneturers of
White Lead,. Zino Paints, &o., and comes
South on a business tour. This New York
house is exceedhugly fortunato in having
for its representativo a gentleman of such
accomplished address, and one who Is freigh
ted with so many kind wishes from the
Press. We take pleasure in reconnend-,
lug him to the fraternity, and to business
men wherever h goes.
CO,UT.-- Up to Monday morning the
Court of General Sessions has disposed of the
Stato vs. Gabe Kinard, maliclous mischief.
Cornelius Morris, ossault and battory,gull..
Ilonry Key, assault and battery, guilty.
J S. Hair, assault and battery, not guilty.
1eter Sholl and China Shell, larceny, not
R. Martin, larceny, guilty.
Cornelius Morris, assault and battery, not
wallace SmIth, assault and battery, not
Jas. McBride, larceny, not guIlty.
Jas. Caldwcll, assault with intent to kill,
Joh n Osper, murdr, gitIIty of manslaughs
In these two last cases, the most important
on the Docket, Messrs. Talley and 8. D.
Hogo represented the statc,and- Messrs. Fair,
Popo-& Pore the defendant in the first, and
Mr, Talley.or the State, and Fair, Popo &
Popo md Mr. Samuel Furnan,the defndant,
in the latter. Mr, Furman made his maiden
speech in tM case mentioned, which elicited
general commendation from the Bar and i1he
In the general sessions there were 31 cases,
lUt the.majority of then were not. pros.
The Court is now proceeding with the causes
on the Equity Docket. Ills Honor Judgo
lloozer.we pro pleased to state is giving very
generat stisfaction in his iulings ofrlaw,
whihd lis)duportmet is courteous and kind.
'Atft.nls -Tiero are varioni patterns
lich might bo dwelt upon, patterns of
rm lability, of domestic eemomy,,, etc. , hut
thu pa;t".rns of E. lutteriek & Co , of which
Mr. 0. F Jac,u.~r u r Columtnt,aa. ti,he nger,t,
we wotthd hsae rcenp rte public attrentio,i
jnu't now. WNe lhave j:mt reced n a ttaltou
and onl wondrer is excited at tiha via nu-'n
her c,mnined in it. No atticle of dress eve~r
worn or congeivedi of bugat is .represen ted in
flgt,re.jwirth ntme anid price etta,eir.cd. intt
tridk's wvp must tit iki heair the paint hethre
til othuers. Send to .htekwon for a cataltgnio.
or for a.pat tetti oft anyth,ing yount ,tnd
'ou wvili get it. event if youar f'ancy runs backs
Into the antedeluvian perid.
A GOOD Cusko(0.-A good chance to matte
money issoffere'd by tire Univers.ity P'ublish,
ing Compairty to active agents 'in canivaussing
for "Lee'.s Memoir's.'' n imonk that will rreii
rettdily Ana tgentt itt Virginia sol 110'
copici ini 'one week, onte in itis State dis,
poweri of 24 in rte samte timte, and a large
flmlb3r of others have made a good thing
out ef it. Agents are wanted 'for this din.,
trict, and atny onto wishing to try it, will
mnke.- application to llenry Heath, SeCrotary
University Publiishting Company No. 4 Bondl
street, New York.
11he boy who, whien asked to wh1at traudo
Ito wouktlE-wish to be broughtt up, replied, ''I
will be a triutee, because ever since papa has
beern a trUstee we flave had pudding at dint,
nor," wans a wise chtid in hris generation.
And if threre ia no harm in the thing we
would like to bd a ''trustee," or something
of that sort, for our boy fairly dotes on pud,.
ding. It mtakes no difference to him what
corn is worth so tlhat pudding is for dinner.
Ir COS-rS -rOO Mucut.-Whaat fatther, or
what marn who has a heart in.side of him,
can htave the face to complain that Is coun
ty paper e.osts too much- It is the chentpest
article thant goes ite a man's htonso.it carries
more wealth wit!, it for the cost of it titan
any haxury or comfort that'is transient, enn
narry. It s a huinbug, this taile about cost.
dotn't robiyoutr mind of the pleasure of rend,.
lng or to keep from yotur children whltat the
mere possession of groentbacks canntot give
At Lansing, Iona,~titirty young mon have
foried the~mselves into a elub, and vowed a
solemn vow that no member shall marry any
one except a widow. The hu'bands of the
pilace are also cultivating elubs--mostly of
ic kory -nd swearing there will be a mutii,
phicity of bachelor funerals forthwithI.
-The Society~ fotr tIhe prevention of eruelty
to aninmals are preparing a remonstrance to
thte indignant husbands, coupled with the
advice to htold on to their hickories; wh ile
they are at the same time getting remdy
marked copies of the Pickwick papers,'to be
sont to oeh of the thirty yountg men who
are troubled with widow on thte brain .
COM M E RGC A L,
NEwnuny,t Nov. 9,-Cotton qiet at 221 ote.
Cot.vUntA * ov. 8.-8ales ~only amounted to
15t bahes-middlings 28).
New Youatc, Nov. 8. -7 P M.--Cotton heavy
tnd e. lo'r.with males of 2,900 bales, at 26%
AUCUsTa, Nov 8.-Cotton sales of 347 bnths
m titli~ opened at 28) and elosed at 28); re
Uni Anu.-Esrox.Nov.8.-..Sales of cotton to-day,
400 baies-miurdins 24f;,reeipis 1,781.
LtvunP'oo,., Nov. 8 -Ever.fug.--Cotton quiet
-nPtansds 115; (Jrleants 121 sales 10.000 bales.
MAfWilLE & M'IJAGIllUN.
.IlIVo jiant received
30 ps -Now Style Prints,
Now St.yle Fronoh Corsotts,
An assortment of Illndsomno
Lost or $tOon.
*A beater cloth overe.ont belonging to
'llev. 0. A-.. Darby, was takota last Friday
from t'he store of- I. Moormap & Co. A
reward will e paidto the!fiider or\&
an nn if far natl6 nr.edpr.4ipg\it.
OUR MR. JONES has just returned from
the North, with a secondAt'4 4 rg took
of (1OODS than ustrel, to.oboiply "our trade0
wlii /SThe twist S0roela obsorv0i.cablot
b.014 . e noticed the doc(do4 d"110l0oAOth
Atfertian Dry Goods in Ayial itt, Ao
r l., and Fgi,d@illi mathy
ith 0Gd, that bos taken plaft Wltblu' the
10st ton days. Our previods purcbses #re
so far cleared out that we 'ean ofor. '!Our
entire Stock at the Revised 1tidos," junlu.
ding one of the most' complete assortments
Our Retail Stock Is full as usunt.
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, Shades, Hugs,
&c., Ac., at prices within tho reanh of atl
Calland peo them -"Do to your a4vantago."
-ur Wholesale hepartment,
18 full, well ordered i GOODS selected with
carej bought right, and will be sold Cheap
enough to be rebaudled in this market.
R. C. SilVER,
Columbia, S. C.
P. S.-OUR HIOUS, is young and striving
hard to make a living, and ambitious to
build up a still larger 6ash irado. Evor,
customer that gives us a fair chance to sell
them their Goods, no matter how trifling in
amount, gladdens our hearts; lightens our
cares, and has a iita fido guftauty thift
Goods bought of us are as cheap and good
as can be had in the State.
A Superb Lot of Furs
OPENED, at prices to accommodato
R. 0. 81VER,
Nov. 10. Columbia, a. 0.
25c. 25c. 25c. 23. 25c. 25c.
TWO cases Now York Mills LONGCLOTH,
at 25 cents by the piccd.
R. C. SIIIVER,
Nov. 10. Coluubia, S. C.
A SUPERB lot of White Swiss BED
BLANKETS, at unrivalled prices.
U. C. SIlIVER,
Nov. 10. , ColumbIa, S. C.
Great Attrac ions
'The piblic are notifled that the
Greatest Fair '
Will be held at the store of
Under ,ho Columbia Hotel,
Ho invites the Inhabitants of the whola up
cbuntry. the State, North Carolina and Gear
gia, FREE OF CIIAtGE, to. call and inspect
his large and beautiful stock of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silkei
and Plated Ware, Cutlery,
And other articles usually kept in a first
class Jewelry Establishment.
Notice of Sale of Land.
Aln Common Pleas-Nowber)I-.
Wah6gtn Floyd and otherp.
in pursuance of an onler of tle Court to
mec directed,.ns A<signe.e of the E4tnio ot
ihstent detL'mIlanit. 1tO06'i Adau,ms, 1 will se:l
it Newberry C. I 1., at piilic inuetioni, oni
lhe first .londayv in Dh'eember next, uall the
real e'staite 011h .ld miiiubert Adlams, sit
te inl Newbi-.rry GonnlyI, attcached in lie
as. -s iigainst him, cons,ist ing of
dore or lesi, nrud boundsed by land.4of Silas
Valker~, .John, Watkins, T. Ii. Chiappell and
TEaS or SA.:-As'follows, on hlfi fo
:a..h and the other~ hatlf on a credit of twelve
nionths with interelit iro;ni da'y of sale, thei
nmrcha;ser to secutre tihe credit portIonba
Io e with approved smre.t is; 0r1 Ip puy aill
mshi if purich,aser~ snuonii wish to dlo so.
ThOM3AS L.. WI!lTE,
The bonse and lot now occenpibdl by D.
P'. IBuzhardt, ad.jocining Mr. Martin's. *The
honse has beeni recently painited inside,
anud papered. Lot atbout one and hailf
acre. P'osesionm 1st January. A pply to
Nov. 10 44 It. Ii. BARtTLETT.
Flour and Corn.
A largo lot of Flour and Corn
onl haind and for salo, low for cash
b)y iF. C. WISKEMAN.
Nov. 10 44 tf.
Advances on Cotton.
WVe are prepaaed to make liberal ad van
es ont Cotton shipped to uts, and will hold
it for those who desire it, as long as they
wish, andc at reasniabhle rates of interest.
IJLAKELE.Y & GllIES,
Nov. 10 44 2t. CJolumubia, 9. C.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Solieitor ln Equity,
May be found at the ofice ot Major C.
11, Suber- nov. 10 Im
A SAFE LIGHT.
PRATT'S ASTRAD OIL.
Burns bright Rnd clear.
No smoke or offensive smell.
Wil ot oxpl'Od .
For sale by
CAltWILE A MIcCAU(llhltIN,
Nov. 3, 43-21
500 Bushels Win
ter Oats, and an
other lot of BARI
LEY, expected by
R.MORMAN & CO.
Sheriff's Sale in Equity.
Silais Johnstono for others. vs. Mary M.-~
Nethers. et ail. Newbeorry in Equity.
Purauant to a dlecretal order in time 'il,nye
stated ease, I will sell at Unlionylio, south
Carolina, on the first hMonday in Dec<mbsr
next, the follofring lo't vizi One I6uso and
lot containing 4 aeres,nioro or less, thn same
being theo10t formerly oltned by Dr. Edward
Jf iJ0l'eJ rms of sale cash.
U tZviltoises' e
t wice sand rnurn,. biln to th.som
Islik of Nowberry, S. 0., vs. Itenty WhIt.
By virtue of sundry writs of Florl Fatokm
to me directed, I will sell on the diAMM6ife
day in Decepnber u Nwt,rat New r Qurt
louse, to wit! -,
. All the. right, tit4:.hd intete4 i X
Henry Whitmiro mtyliave had
'endition of ho juditna fin t; 0
stated ceq, ID tbe lot of land %Oo
the pblio s1uare, bounded by lots o
con Pratt and Jacob fingley, now i "the
possession of Wright & Coppock, levied on
at the suilt of the Bank of Nowberry, s. O.,
vs. Henry Whitmire. $4
Also, all the right, titleand interest which
George D. Smith nity have had in said tp.
of land sinc the rendition of the judgmit
In the case of the Bank of Newberry, 9. o.
vs. George D. amith, levied on at the suit of
the Bank of Nowberry, s. c.. vs. George D.
Also,- One tract of land containing one
hundred and twenty-eight acres, more or
less, bounded by lands samuel McKee,
deo'd., Estate of samuel Young and Mrs;
Atchison and others. Also, The line brick
house and lot now owned and occupied by
W. II. Webb, and lying on Main street
leadirg from Court Ilouse to the G. & 0.
Rt. R.. and bounded by lots of Ifenry Koon
and 11. 0. Henson. Levied oi' as the prop.
orty of N. V. Johnson, at ,the suit of tle
Bank of Newberry. - -
9 Also, seven hundred acres, more or les,
bounded by lands of Dr, R. P. Clark, E. 1.
Chalmers, \Vmt D. Reeder, et ad. Levied
on at the suit of Wmtt. Nead for samuel Jor
dan, et al vs. It. W. Clary. $3
Also, I will resell 80 acres. moto or less,
(at tie rlsk of the first purchaser) bounded
bv lands of Dr. George Glenit and others.
Levied on at the stilt of H1. W. ilikard vs.
J. 11. Glymph. $3
Also, Ono lot In Helena, col'taining three
and three fourth acres, niore or less, bound.
ed by lots of 11. D.- 1ntingt6n and near G.
& C. It. R. Levied on as the property of J,
M. Plumfer at the suit of Jaimesa cnuer.
T. Ai, PAYSMNGr, a. x. o.
Nov 10, 44-3c 3
By virtue of a'n or(jer from John T. Pe.
terson, Probate Judge for Newberry Conn
ty, I will sell at Newberry 0. U., on the
Arst Monday in December next, the folloa
ing pioperty viz: One tract of land co t
taining two hundred acres, more or les,
bounded by lands of James A. Crotwell,
13ailUs M. Buzhardt and others, and lying in
three miles of town.
Tupt One hall c'lash. b 'drnce r n a cred t
one vear, iterest from day of salu anId a
bond and mortgnge to secnre the samie -
The same being sold as the real estate of
Nanev Davie deeensed. 5.
Also 229 acres more or less, bounded i y
land.4 of James 1lelng, ejtiate of Johnn
Sterling, WIl. M. Miller and other.-, ti e
real cstato of Jamea K. Gilder, deceased.
Txnss-Oi a credit of one aid two
years, in 2 equal installments with interest
from day of sile, an with a boiid and
mortgaJe to secure the payments. The
cost mnst Ita paid in cash 4.
Also tract No. 1, conalning 901 no-es
more or less, houded by lauds of. Henry
13qozer, by other lands of the estate, Fred
crick Boozer and oiters.
No. 2, 161) 86. 100 acres more or less,
bounded by lands. of the estate, Rebecca
Ifendrix and pihems.
No. 3, 119 89.lt0 acres more or less,
bo'inded by lands of A. J. Longdhore,
Levi Longhore and others. Tho h tracts,
being the real estate of' Guoige Booz.-r, de.
'Tims--One lthird e ash and the balance
oi a credit of one yo -r, with a binl and
mor gArve to seMNre 'he same. Prclhaser
to have the p.ivilege of paying the whole
mf cash .a .
Sheriff"s SalCs. in Iquity.
George Uirown, surviving ex'or of D)aniel 'T.
Cureto'n,:'dec',l., vs. Saraht thereton,
A dmi's ', Mr Jamets Cn-ei on, de'd.
.Jmaes Cmren lin, diee'd., vs. George Brtowni
mind wifea, and othier.m.
Il'lrsumant to a dheretah order in thne abaove'
stated ease, I wiill r s-il nit the risk of nt'
iirst prchaserIi..i, Thrinee liindredl anal yif,
Acres of' Latial, moare or less, bonunde.d bny
lards of E. N. Schutmert, wvaters of funsh
Ri aer, aand the huome laLce 6f Daniel Caure
ion, deceased. Tennms, one thmird en.-it, the
lbalance on a credlit oi onne andl two years,
with interest from day of' sale, and a imort
gaige to Se'e the ii'S sae.
T. M. PAY8SINGERI, s. x. c:.
Nov 10, 4*--3t $a.
Henry.v EDoniiek and wvife,
.Anna L,ake,et al.
PURSUJANT tona decin order in the
above staited ease, I will sell at Newberryv
C. II., on thei firt Moinday In Decembe'r
niext, thne following land, iz; The real Es
taile el Bleinmin Lake, deceased5 containIng
Three Hiun'dredl and Sixt.y-four Aeres, mote
or less, bonnded by lunids of J. S. HlaIr, Mrs.
Margiaret, Nobule, Mrs. Elisabeth Swiindler,
et ai. Thie sanme will be sold in threi-e tracts.
P'lattta shown on day of sale.
Txans-Onte third cash, thne falanice on
one and two years with egnal instalmienits,
with a mnor-tnge of premises.
TI. M. PAYSINGERl,s. N. C.
Nov. 10, 44-3t. $0
Stiles iluta and other creditors,
Emma Mathis, ct'al.
r'URsUANTI lo a decretal order in the
above stated case, I will sell at Newberry
C. 11., 0o ithe first Monday In D)eenmer
next, oneW tract of htind containing One 11un
dred Acres, more 'or less, bounded by lands
of Janies Lester, Imnids formerly owiied by
T & Randall Croft, and lying on Bush River.
THnMR--One third cash and theo balance
ont a credit of one year, witht interest, fromn
date, an.d a mtortgalge to scenro tine same.
T. M. P'AYSiNGERt, s. N. C.
Nov. 10, 44-31 .$.
CalInhirine A. Wardet. l.vs.ames P. Brown.
Pursuant to thme deeretal order, in the abovc
stated ease. I will sell at Newberry C. iH., 8. V.
ont the 1s.t Mon day in dleember n ext, the follow.
iugm tract of land. yIn:
I seres. *mnore or less, situate in Helena, bound
ed by lets of Joel 11. Edwards. a -stree.t separa'
flng it from -- Long's tot, sind lot of .John D),
lhuntington sand others..
Terms-one.th)ird ot-shi. and baanneo on a
cred it of one year, with bond and mortgage te
secure thne same Ilhe purrchiser may pay all. 01
as much more titan one third as hie may 6hte oo
rIlus. ai. PA YSI .GEII. a. n. e. 6
Mathias Wicker' vs. J. A. Kibler. In Equmi
l'nrsinnnt to a decretal or-dor in the above
ria ed cause, I will sell at Nowh)erry C. H-., on
th 1st Monday in Decemaher next, the foh,,
lowing tracts of land, viz: Onoe traet '702
acres, more or less, bounded b)y haMs3 o}
Abram Moore. ..6. BJirgo, dee'd-e mind Lot
No. 2 and 4, One oter tract 168e aces
more or less, bioundedi by estate of Loyi
Wheeler, Lots No. 2 andj. Abram Moore,
and Lot No. 5, aitniaio on Curl Creek and
Waters or Btroad River. ""efma Ca'sh.
T, M. PAYSINGER,t S. N.OC.
anrtha E. Kro N Vi. l'e-ter S uber', L. H. roe,
vs. P'eter Suber. In Equity. rvt
Pursnant to this dcrelah order, In the above
stated ease, I wIll tell at -New berry C. II.o
trooto I,a i)ceember next, Lihe follow-ing
10d acres mocre or jess situate in Ne be,y
Coumnty, adjominag landsa o' J.-J.1Kibieriy rV
Koon, Mrs. iPeggy '(con and others.
Terms of Sale J essh, Ialane, on 'a credit 'of
12 monthsgu ntiteIte1st from' the day' of sale
The Duoir to give bead atad m.ortaaeta to se
ourta'it pOr*on or pay all onsif f1 q roba.
etill he wo1
WILL EkiDIT rN NEaW nRT,
Friday, Novolmber 11, I8-6o.
PERFORMAN CES DAY and iIGI T,
Commencing at 2 and 71 o'clock.
Children under 10 yeara....... .. 50 Conte.
N 0 -CIRCUS, either in Eurane or Anier%
4ca has so many Fi at Cla -a ARTISTS
The Announced ExbIbitions will bo
given upon a scale of Originalitt and Spein
dor never before witnessed in this couptry.
The following array of- Artists will t6nvoy
to the public an idea of the immense ro.
STONE & MURRAY'S CIRCYS
To dolight and amazo
Mrcu. EnMILE H1ENiRn Er'TA COOKEI
The Preinler Equnestricnne of the Worldi
Th.3 most gifted nmed daring LADY IWIDER
eCr seen in uny age or countrv, from the
principal Amiphitheatrs of Europe, and
THE GREAT JOIJN IIENRY COOKEt
The ackiowledged Chunpion Rider of the
Univer.c, (liste of Cooke's Royal Circus, of
Ear-poan fame,) whose extraordinary ted.
ents comhmansl she largest salary ever paid
to mij Artist enaged In the vocation of
asing tho public.
LE J1 EUN E BIJR TE,
the ChsamIpion Unre,bnek isurdle RIder I
NILE . .JEIANEITl'E ELILS LER,
The gracefn!i and dlashing Tighat-1epo Deahe
e.n. e. ,
MU RAY AND 1IUTCIIINSON,
The P'crls Aserstbts Thse novul Fonted
an-d atthletic exercises of fhis skilsu per'i
fo:mners. hnve won fosr them.v a worbsl-wide
fame int eve*y qutarler of the~ globO.
THlE SNOW BRIOTHERS!
Bsxa.uity. W,r.L!AS! Ash Ar.rnap, the
Unt(nnsled Postusrers andi tqu Ilibrisis.
M R. DEN STONE !.
Tho popular Clown and isumorlst, who
has the happy fa'culty of hiean-]hlg the amus,
lng with the luudIeron, wishmast approaching
coar.seness or vuligarity.
MR. CHLARIUS BLISS,
And hsis Wonderful Compcer,
MR. ROBER'l i(OHNSONI
Tito two best Tusmblera in the World!
T1HEB T A LLEEN BRflOTHERSt
PAUr, And JEnON?1, the Sensational Mldq
Air Gymnasts, from the Illppodrome, Paris,
MISS EMILY COOKE!
The Suberb English Manege Equestrienn#,
SIGNOR COLUJMBUS I
The A maz ig Itnlian Contortionist.
MASTER GEORGE COOKE.(
Tihe Artiatic Protean Equestrian.
MR. WILLIA M FR ANK LIN I
. The Champion Somersnult ltld'er.
MR. GEORGE MURRAY!I
The GrotesqueI Comnedian,.
The Chamin on LenpW? nud Vaulter.
The omiueio PAfoirte.
MR. 11. LO1CKWOOW
The Intrepk1 Pancratist.
Tihe Modern IIercules.
The Electrifying Fuarff&nsflatg.
The above Artiets are aided biy a lnrgo
force of Anxiliar~ Tlant, super added to
liiitehlaon,'s Acin i)g, nurray's Trained
huorse's, Den conie' onuo Mnles, and the
Com PcA KL1LUJAX i'A NrlA MolPI8.
ST NE M litAY avertiso onlj such
altrumctiont, as nire nernalty in their posses.,
minon, anid the wvisih It understood tht they
*In successI deserving It.
Thue New \ ater, roo l'avIllion contains
seats for 3,700 pc pi. No Srnndin Itoom.
Seats fpr asl patrons. Osne-half of t o Pasvl
ions Sesits wvili he re'ervedi for Ladies .and
childlreni and( Gentlemen occompanylng them.
An efflci mnt i'oIies wili he co .stahtly reSent
to proserve orderin aind isenr the 'viion
Attentive Users.w~IllI providoa patrons withs
seats. No smuokinig allowed in-the Paviiion.
07 P'articular nittention [4 calied to thei
fasct that Stone & Murray's Circus travels ear,
elusivelyy railrond, on special trainis, con's
sequmenty thre will be no parvIe of rempty
wilgons and jadled innias. Thea~ ytractio,na
of t his Cisrons are inside (hoe 'aylilop, and not
of m IINt iI t Oh' (irsn by
Tli1osg.lq~ilorses,) no atep wvill hao
. tronagb.osito n'io of
q t-tliad ' Qgro1igeant."
O8 3N& tA"8 OIClIJU wA
?STgfi ovemnberlo16 Wi Ns.
bv ovember.10n;-r~b AilI1E
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