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UUN UEi'IR.\I NO)MINATIONS.
' r,d rtI . f. 1.It,. of }-e1l.
Werre pain;ed to learn that (en. R. E. Le is
l:pe chle- from the diects of paray i.i T ruiy
an t.cioa wiich touches every hetrt.
Col:^.ia Guardian Temporarily Sc rada.
We regr,t that business cmnpi''ations
have ca l a sutxnsioin of tihe 'ol:n
Ui Gi:rdian-rspcia'Iy at this impor
tint time. We hope to see it again in a
ftw d vs.
Jchn E. Bacn. Esq.
- Of Ed,g. fivid, was ianimiously nonm
iaated by the Gonveition at Colum bia,
Tue.d ,y of last wcek, to represent the
-t?Ir:cd Conigresi.nal District in the Con
gress of the united States. Mr. Bacon
i a gent-'tuan of fine at tainments and
one V e l q caliied Ior the dignities of th e
The Coirs Editorial
Has t an hlon,ired met- her by the
retirement of Mr. E iard C. McClure,
frn the Che,'te-r Rep1orter. 1Ice was onie
of its editors and proprietors, and has
sold his interest to his partner, Jubn A.
rradk:y. E q., by whlin the paper is
She Floors in Virginia.
The acc.unts ihidh re:al us ficit tiw
f'os in V"irgin.ia a's trulv Ipp:ili;. !
Aong the Putomac, the James and the
5henauiah Rlivers &c., the destruction
of life and prnperty make a sadly di.
tressing chapter. Housts, furniture, bar
rlls of Biur, horses, cattle, &c.. and even
human blinig have male tip the dread
ful wreck and debris t.rne upon the at:
grC 1l.>ods. -ichmond, Wheeling, Lyn,ch
turg and other places have sufFered to r"
cr ?-ss by being submerged. Travel is
ipcded by the destruction of roads,
bridges &c., and hundreds of hotseils,
homeless pnple are driven forth as waifs
unon the sea of lift.
On last Thursday morning, at 3 o'clock,
GA. T. J.. Lipsconb, of our district, lost
his residence and kitchen with their con
tents, including his valuable medical li
brarc, &c., by fire. It was, beyond a
peradventure, an incendiary's work.
What safcty have ti people when they
submit themselves t asleep if surrouanded
by a brutal foe, ready to apply the torch
anid the knife ? lHe w ho applies the torch
at the hour of midnight, when helpless
wonmanhood anid infiancy are locked in
slumber, is a conmpound murderer, and
those who may have ineited the cupidhity
oif the ignioranit, or the bestial to do such
deeds, have a terrible responsibility. If
any' man3 has sown the in d, it is high
time that he seeks to restrain the whirl
Piedna and Arlin-gton Life Isu-arace Co:n
* paay of Va.
Ve are informued by one of the Gem.
ral Agents of this staunch Southert
(' .:my, that the Fail catmpaign ope-ned
with twenty-oneC poies pissing throngh~
the Golum,bi-. Bmonch Oaie, for agents in
thime State, on the 1sit of October, cover
ing, cover jS0,000 ri-ks.
Weare :also ifnfam:i that Col. Thos.
Jt. iiscomb, of this Dli.-trict, has accept
ed the appointmment of Special Traveling
*Agent for tie Southern States, and n ill
caress in the interest of this Comipany
withi Caprt. JJ!erson, of the General
C mi. Lipecnh' his taken an all cash
P.'iey U:$.:). being satisSedm to in
ve<t in a good Southern C;ompanyi, with
--ash a-:es se-curely inves:ed, e-xceeding
$2.* >.0~i 1 an niim'ir anan in,omie of
'nir tow:nsrmnn, Th t.C. S. Moormtan.
:2, s the !c-:al .aznt of this Company
Ar.WA:C ; Nrwnv . -- ii : Pefrt
e f this :s-:" 0.i he furn In IC
.nt-of the recenrt tri'h. s ini Newherr,
:-d.e-n from the Ne-wier Hrald. As~
.oeaesevrlalr.r.a in tat artile,
T'.e 'a'on-e to which vai appm'endedI the
itd f Jug Pope, which appeareda in
OuL.r usually we'! informed and respect
e o. ceeef the Yor~kville i*quhett r
mnistakeni: dudy- Pi;'-: card to the
Guardian was to correct the mli:-tte-.
ments of the G'iardian in reference to th:e
M i imbroglio, and not the Newberry
Io es Fonl TF: ~ Hom.Les.-In Dar
-ni couarty, 74,380 acres of land, in
'din r. ,103 houses, are advertised to .'
old for the payment of taxes. Not '
in one thousand1 persoi2s are to be
r.e of thir homecsteadls in order to
in mhe Si-tt g-avernm:ent. If the peo- I
- o Yr do ntwish to lose their
i1:s.-s the musa:t v-ote the ring out
a owr Th .r,oe is the way homes
so gven to the hmele-ss. I
E ays the Yo-rk' Le Eie;nicer, and
ift- epe of Ne-wberry an-d the ha!
3:eof the St--te do not wish to lose
-:m om -seads r::n must vote the
--rdI Howe has issue-d a sart of pronun
mn-to against war. She styles it
a;::-a! to womanhood thr-oughout
woril," and a4ks that a ge-nera1 con
*--~ of --n-n he called to promnote the
. :n:li e of nanIons and ti-c ami:ca
ar itr:ament >f ditiuties.
e'-: * m:er .--Tt:c voting was quie.
m.7.:I rm-o:ee. on!y sixty -sx were agaim.t
I):Au li:.t! s:-W e cainot retraai ftrom
n, p -r.:;; . 'r i.v ,j1-r L,.. . W ard incet
in-,_ ::."i : - .1.> -, *i:g c'(".-lions o)"(::,t.
I I' - -i !, o ; :ie a:t-ti :ut he'Ce, ,nt
it -s wel. for ' ii~ m hrt antd it nl(Cdi that
er.-p b -, h:.t m e. It is grat,
:- . ,t !. ..;:: :bt: thel e i .: i "ontident ofa
l': : -. I :.in ! oa'. :n hope
in b : t!.:., lte :-ult in the ciintry W1il
lhdt) t he ;tI . '.-. I: e toun dnon to
}t":me.>r .. t . e e.: .t: . i ahi i e
thle (ity p i -.. was a or .l:t --. itlI':a
fort i7 'nu o: the stronghol"d if :he C:1 tv.
anl in st:: :ig; it a !'o'! it wo: :rCeCon:
pus i n bt t::n:.:n:,: rc "nt -h feh o f '1' f1: rnt
ml.+y couve:ts. ::. li;:'lr w: ::: hi< b . t.
a:! :h u'i 'he elicme:;! ar::n,i hi a were
tn: b;ii nt :i-l of the wn:-t l:tr.wi"ec. i .lte
c^ri:a h''t n1 ,'XI)''t':liU t tit I'I)t ruinu .
q11ie:ill.r, and( fitt;!!t bri::Iin;'it m:my to :t ecnr
:ret 0oesa-!- ofte inuo.<:her
str t:'t;,his : r" to ' s:rmel sc's-ivel.
mil !:4 :rs g !c w! r k 'hil:vely on . lte
r.",i:,l 1 ry here in ;ite city is Iplt tip. :nd
all the .z!- in the cttny lanit r!ke:hum
shk .i' the m:ni is t iie. whih ('f cuurst i
th:t: nte on oul; side for gmr'. 'lI burn
in. ini cf.ii.y of Daddy i'.in a ftew ni;rhts ano,
tas a ;:ood ihing. To scm it up), l form
everywhcre is gaining stieng:h, while the
rever=e is the cast' with the ring. Keep tin
hail imovhing in Newherry.
A ti:ii' ebl her-e this mnrnir; wh,ii
wii}! iave the eticCi or tun' lertt:ing the tern
perat ur. n hch for "-tite d::ys p:, hni's b
1:nI'lei a:thly l)gh. Coal weatther too %,Ih
hli h inc-: pro -'' !t not like to liy 11n1
ite I'cd t0 do .o, wten the weaiher i6 of
in ing kind.
Next we,'k the 'ti::c. will cotnmnrc.
f-t ai the .\ ..::'I my nf ,:.::- , ^.'itlh Skifl' &
G. iri's rtmous Mnii;rci Troupe, than
which there is ni> better in the contry -
flie open on Mi:;d:y night, and wil! have
a p.ed(.%t home . n Ti'I y comes in ('ol.
.iamra' s;re::t circns and menagerie. spoken of
in the highest terts by the press wherever
they hatt ap)pered. 'Tc protceasion of
hor-ette,l g.tily enpiri-one'i. huge cle'hants,
cAna:is, ltoese lions :ni tigers, magniticent
twa:gitns and ca e , all led by the grand hand
cha-'oi, it Ti sn',i. will s:retc h Out mile in
leicn,th. Wiat a time tlw're will b,e to he
sute, the great pipniation wll flood the
.:r,", and ever'b.:. ftui the lea:-t to the
b,ie:, !)n,l of all shades, will he ago:.
T ie Wii; ihe two tii.i'res run this win:er.
The .\ecdeyii In Mr.s. Laura Keene. and the
iliherian I!lil by Nat.iter Ford, conse
gnently Chlarles:i,a will hive a gay o!d time.
Next t, the etcetion. the :ipproacling laIr
ot' :he n't:itI cs a::r:el;in: onch attention,
fomi .e:rIV,e p;er :ratiois are afoot to make it
a big ifl'ir. 'The old race course is the
gronnd selected for it, and alieculy a huild
ing of imniivse Iroportions is being got
rca ly. \Ve ji.l. it is fu!!y two h:und.ed
feet in le:gttt. The r-tilroadts and steamb~ats
have :ll igrecd to redact their rates of pa
sag, an tlere is no :n.mh bu the ol I city
will be ti:ied to its utnio-t, ant the Ihotels
pat to lheir ritiils to furini-h icominodla
tiont for the gre:t nmbi - of s:ranger; who
wil he here from all pirs of the Union.
And this reminlis iS to sat' a word about the
Pavilion, our abode for the ilme ibeing. fliis
popular lIntel has been lately fitted up Mrs.
UIutterfield, its e"ergrtie proprietress, and
looks nuesh and bigi as a new pin. A de
cided inproven:nt }:a; heii maide in the re
eeption ro-mw, by the renoval of the ugly
pattition which divided it into too roomn<.
It is now of ele::int size, light, cool anti airy.
nd gl-ts with Iesh paint, and all the
huge and vainious shaid advcrti,ing card
remo'ed to the b'r rinim. The Patlvilien has
lone an tx"'el!ent ,u-uiness thi< Summer, and
i< prepare-1 in aih its various departments for
i large fall rnn, v:hbich it deserves. Shall
ie somne partieu!ars of it at another time.
What 'hal! x'em say of the fithions ? Well,
not much. Somtetimes we set out far a given
point ad a speciatl purpose, but alts, per,
huaps tOner going only a few~ yards ma bender
romes Rlong unde41r full sail, colors flIying
ftrn mupak and stern. We come tipstanding
itnd gaze, lost in thouight to all cise but ihe
little tantalizing craft semndding along ahead
wi:h 'nuch a provoking swayving motion. The
Grecian sets awkwairl on :he little dumpy
lears, but they dont know it. anti their ig
notiance is bliss to thecm. T*hey seemn to lack
soeimethinmg in : heir rigging, tand ti!!er ropes
perhap's might help the cause, as they are
largely supl.ieOd wi:h rad der. The guiding
rope- in skillful h::nds wo:t Id be just the
A w,sk thro.mmmh the markets is as refresh,
ng as ever-the mueat sta'ls disp:my the finest
sheliet, mtno~n. pork aw'l veal. while the
e.ghc frut and fish markets arc plenti
u!ly pirovid a. ItI would lie a good thing.
by th'e wa, if .come of our hiel' sellers at
h'ome co'tid come down here andI take a les,
.oi in c:crving ments. A iecik or piece of
rast cut by one ot' thene Chatrleston umarket
suist< is a it worth seeimg to an up
:aotrv titan u-ed to the biackting process in
m.ame wi' ii::. We close fur the present.
in the ho"e thit a!l things are working for
goodh in the up)-cnu:ry.
A G;ooin P'AYG UUS1NFssi rot F.veT
aar!.D -Ihe publishers of "'(iut S~cut
rT 'itstron" aire determined, from this
late, to giv.e becter terms to their Agents
han are offel by ay perimlical in exis
ene T c "Vistror'' is acknowledged by
the "pren" every where in this unitry to
'e lie ceapeil"st. most etterful, and biest II
ustrated Yo'ing i'olk's Mon thaly publlishmed.
F.verv tencher and r,arent shou!d send for a
'n.i'i. T new yeair wi!! incelude the No.
n iher .ml Deceimber numbler< free. Terms.
'1.2.5-epecimen numitbOrs of thle Magiaztne,
mdt (ull nc: auctions to agents, sent for ten
rents. A-bh-:.ss I ):mghntdayt & 1Ucekcr, 1031
THE G.A.m for Oc'ober give4 nn elegant
blne of coitentis. A portrait of I tsmarc-k as
u f-oni:ispiece cmheiclli.be<n it. "i iverhmdn.." ni
trm;inng ':ory. is conttinued, "Lady .Jndith"
ibo comn:;inued, addus a charm. The Galaxy'
-: ell cattere: :md ik at all times a very rea-nt
ible booik.. We hw!i almost forgotten to meni
kon tha.t M.r Twdn is a regular con'ttribit
or Pub!il ned by lheldo iO Co.. 498 and
I l'A"NCE J I GANT E fir October is re
-'4ed It is highly -ii ? e e!ish.tiwith 'uperb
*hi"n pie'tt s, and ha tilwth matter i b
el1*bt the Iadie' an tinw bet::dvice we can
Pv. thin Li t0 subscie rcor it wnhlou't do
w.e -'. a'i.> r' porter, pubi-her, 391
anal rt. N. Y. Price .
The "' .ENttNG l,AMP" is a elharmin.g
oua'ehri'd papler, published oft 161 Washing
on et.. Cii:un.. itnois, by Ke!!og & F.dson,
o1 9 i'Cr tD rin.
''TrE BRtGRT SIDE" i< !efore us, with a
-j alth of' g"neious things for childreni
- thatsoever things are true. hoanest, jaSt,
lmr', hoveby, -mnt of good reponir," areC given
n the~ IUright Side for the- e->ntemplation of
te tinder. phastic raind ofd chiluihi'od. We
-ntm:nid the piper to '-all chillden." Prie
5e. pci' mnthi, twie a motnth 50c.. and
rekly $1.00. per annum. .-> little children
'an nerionimodnate thiemselves. F.ach numnber
s comp!cite in it-elf'. Edited by .lohrn hi.
L den, Chie::go, Illinois.
I:xtE'S \EEELT FOR UOY8 AND GIRLS.
-WVe are glad to noe a steady imnprovcment
a this excellent pu!>lictation. Every boy and
irl in the South ought to take it. 'Thle latest
eaure is a piece of music every znth for
-oung singers, aid a series of ilius:rations of
tuthernn sce'nery. htis cheap at -2 a ye..r.
'he publ.iahers offer a R<o,ewGod P'nitno,
vor:h 'n5':t). an l otimer valiiuable preiniutnis.
or new subtscribers. Send to them for a
pecimnen intumber. whui"h will bie sent free
W'dress J. W. Burke & Co., Macon, Gueor,
Mr. S''p'-n'n re-:n:ns to tie chi .:;e in the
)e:oher.1 ".-:-.hi, nith oiie of his fable
-o--ice---,:L'tin:u:e of "Thie Ramt in Re
fie:."Te soil stor:-s byv F. R.
--ocktoin iami Min HaInle ate cotn ttinned, and
I.i:s adersn:hs a co:n:ribti:ont peculiarly
'"'0p1''e in ' "IIan-h P'opnlar Legends,"
'mat:er in wh iich lie of all mnt is well
noued. A inmter is drawting nearn, Mr. Am
ur Gihnan,t waho hias been describing
>ees a nd thiri habits during the summer,
:owt wrt of'their outuniand:( witer
itna::-:ent.a.inndi tie Hont andi Uack
':n a de-scrip!ion of a voy.age, amnd
b "'e is'a N-it Ze.da::d s:ory whnich wvili
imhTen hatir. Somenn very pretty' pic:tires htelp
o mCe tt an a rae:ma'e ::ummber. 2..>0
er ye ir. Pub,isimed by Hunrd, and IIongh.
) ,u ov -or.
Three iu:kers-Ish:Im Cox. Allen -lay and
WVitli:( . eskiis, held a m:etiug in the Metro
dist t'hurch l st Thurs1 -y night.
Thu st.arrv folds of the red. white and blue
hu:.ti-. flta' to th'e breeze near the corners of
aiin :a:d 'i .1 s eil it. IrCribed thereon is the
.-,uter:ce. -- tnion. Liberty :nd !liorm." &c.
CoLon:r> SunAcaraas.--We are groeinled
to scr:te tlhat we are adding to our b!-t" ofstub
scribr, the narnes of quite a number of cul
W1 invite attention to I ': tempting emumera
tion of cho (ice rOoC'T!s i IIVely adeertised to
day iC nea :mi 1. 3.-r.s. .McFall & 1'ool. i.
. ei ia M. it:u re .a Son. Hlousenll & .IoneCs.
l' w. a it. i. Iek. .. Ilarri. .1. W. Mont
gom rv. 1'. P.terr & Co.. Leelace & Wheel
Ili\t'TI i\1. CE1ttMOaY - 'v. .lb,h Stoutt
deli.ered.an 'Me and d -e;'v interrs:1ng dh!-*
cour-e at th Il.tpriht C u}'h h1-t 'un(day
morning. from the text, "ilt w .hall ue c.
cape if we neg!ect >o great salvation'" After
the sermon the sacred rite of baptism by im.
mersion was performed.
RAt'.-.inpitcr P'luvius and everybody
else are sati-fled that this localc has received
its ins::rili.t of rain for a seasonl. We are
graifed t:) announce to housewivc4 in par
ticular, an.i beef-caters in general, that our
beef marLet t:Ides have received a thorough
clean,iug or .couring from the showers
which fell during the latter part of last week.
IIADIC.L l..RBECCE, &c. -We learn that
on the 15.h inst., there will be a ralic::I de
monstratioun, batrbceue, and speaking iuNew
berry, on wl:ich occ.w.ion, GOv. Scott is ex
pee*cd to make a specech. We also learn that
.ludge Carpenter and Gen. Butler will be at
leisure at that time, and will visit Newberry (
for the purpose of making reply speeches.
RADICAL GATnenrto.-Messrs. Chamber
lain, Tomlinson and Carpenter addressed a
number of colored people at Halcyon Grove. 1
last Tuesday. The meeting was very slimly 1
ettended-and not more than one third of
rho-a present paid attention to the speakers.
The uninterested ones were playing marbles,
eating, sleeping, &c.
SnP.i:Aars.--some fifty or sixty gentlermeu
were appointed to speak for Reform at all the
(ourt 11onses last Monday. James t'othran :end
:I. P. O1'C'nnor were to have spoken herr, but
were detained. Mr. E. W. Seibles ably supp'ied
ti;r place. Of our townsmen. Col. Sin. Fair
was appointed to Abbeville ; Maj. J. M. Baxter.
Richland: Judge Y. J. Pope. Union.
3:lj. It,ixter's speech was a strong expose of the
frnuls c"f ra<icali.a. Among it:2 telling points
is tlc follow\ing: lie -id the oti proverb. ""ar so
ber rs a jute." is fast losing its signitienrce.and
ever a plae iu the aremrory of ottrreopie.
Congressman Hoge made a very temperate
cpeech at the leag'te rooms some rights ago.
Mr. iloge is a great reader of fath!cs. He
once cited an audience to the fable of the
fox and the flies, and no doubt he is fami t
iar with the fable of the eagle and the
It will be remembered that B igadler Gen
eral iloge takes command of the militia of
Laurens and Newberry Counties, with .Joseph
Crews as his Lleut,Colonel. Joseph is also f
aid-de-camp to the Governor. He is said to
have won his spurs by an assault upon two
old ladies itn a carriage, &c.
COURT drags its length along. The unn
woody nturder case resulted as follows
Lewis and Mary Berry were conviced, and
John Srngley and Steve Coleman acquitted.t
The jutry, composed enrirely of colored men,
could not write their names, and the
.lndge ordered the Clerk to write the verdict.t
It is the opinion of many that the most
gntily btare esca ped.
In thre ease of the Stare vs. Theeq. Odell.r
Assault on Peace Officer, with intent to kill,
the jutry remained in the room from Satur
day mnornirng to Srunday afternoon. Verdict
-guilty of n assault.
State vs. Isea Kempson. I'lead guity to
)nr:GteD.-.\ colored boymamed Duffy,v
r:-cently from North Catrolina, and who is aa
temperate, civil, industrious mattrass mnker.
by trade. in the lower part of tire town, was
accosted by two colored men Saturd.iy after,-1
noon last. attd asked to treat them. Hie re-3
plied that he did not drink but would do so.
iIe was then invited to gamble-this he re
fused to do, and at their instance went to his(
shtop to sell the party a mnatrrass, which they
seemed anxious to buy. E hile there one of
them polled out a bottle and got him to take
a drink, which ihe had no sooner swallowed(
than the~ othecr chap closed the door and
then assistIed him to the ground, as he was
about to fail from the effects of the narcotic
that had been given him. He is also dimly I
consiomu< of their rifling his pocket, taking
all the money he ha-I-some thirty odd do!
lars, incelud ing several gold pieces wh ich he
held as sotuvenirs from his fathrer in Califor
nia. Hie wilt recognize one of the party
should be ever see hrim again.
A UARISON.-Comnpany "A" of the 8th I
infantr-y, num-bering~ seventy men, and un
der comirnanel of Major G. M. Utrayton, arnd
Lietm's Gordonr Winslow and J1. M. E. IIyde, e
reached herei last Thursday, arid are eligitlyC
enacmrpe,1 on classic lIlleyon Grove. TIhe,
order, decotum and esprit de corps of the
cr)mfmaud are superb, while the appearancer
.rud bearinrg of rte ofileers, if the-e things
ar-e indics at all of character and aentimenrt,
give ample evidence that they are htigh. '
b-ed, honorale gentlemen. Newberry can
wei! subrmit the trusts witich come within
th-?~ purview of the miilitary to the true men r,
who generally compose tIre Regular Army
men wIho usually deal justly, though the I
heavens fal. .a
We learn that these troops are hrere at the
instance of Gen'l Terry, Military Comomander o
of the South. Major Brayton reported to h
Shteriff Paysi tger, arnd wIll assist that officer ~
in the cnforcment of law and order whenev
er he may need the assistdree of the anili-.I v
The headqurarter1 Of the Regiment is at Co
lumbia, S. C.T
In accordance with the official call of the e
l~nio,n Reform Party of Newrberry County a
tvention was held on Monday last, for d
the purpose of nomninatintg ollicers. The a
mireiag was organized by callinrg Maj. J. K
G. Notce to the chair, and requesting J.
31. Ward, E-sq.-, to act as Secretary. r
The followinig nomninationl were urnau
For Scbool Com'r-Moses Whitmuore, cob.
For Probate Judge-Jno. T. Peterson. y.
For Counrty Com'rs-Richardl Moon, col- e
ored. A. M1. Bowers snd Jos. B. IIeler.
For Legislaturec-Samauel Dogan, colored,
L. B. Mafiett and Jtno. 31. Calmres. n
Messrs. Calines and Maffett beciag in at
tendance were notified of their nomination,h
which they accepted. Amnuel D)ogan being
absent was apprised by letter, which withr
his reply will be found in another column.
The nominee for the offiec of coroner has I
decli ned. Thec nominaltin g commn:itteo will
supply tihe vac.:rey before tihe next issue of r
N swtn::::T C. I.. S. (C.
Olct 4:h, 1S70.
I r ui: Sz a :- 1 . - i' -irmAn of the Ex
entiv: t'orm.:at:rte of the County Reforn
Cricty, I :ave thc htoio: to inform you that
"uu h.e been nomin ated for the Le;,iWtature
V the Union lieform S,Cit- 0 Nei bury
otunty. in cotven:irn a'-enmL!cd on the 3d
lIy of October in-ranr.
WILLIAM G. MAYF.S,
Ch:tirman F.x. Corn.
Nr.wnat, S . C )et. 4th, 1S70.
Co t'.. Exe'ntir irrt;.:t e of the Uuion
1;.-f,rrm '.,: tc of .. '-.' (h r:y C .nnry:
Gr. rs:-In r:!y to .tir kind note in
'rmi.te ' th::t I b: h I n normina:edi by
he 1'mion !i;'om l i:s their t.lkiitc
'IrI member ofte1ei!-teof this State,
hez to return thr .. i ou to th p:irty my
ince're: th:tmk: m:n1 to i- t y v+tt th:tt I a
-eli. t he nomlin:tion.,, n,! v. i:i .h> :il in myv
>ower to in.sw:e ih:: ec (:-tI: of i-elf and
hose whot hIt'-Irve t .-at i::ted with me on
he tic"1- t Your'.,
'' MUEL DOGA N.
tcr ar.n ('. .ct. 3rd187.
frlitt. ' . SI.)irt. (o:tv T.:fsturer:
. copy o tl: truteint nfthe (;rand .tury
t htrewih transtiitted, whici ytin will find in,
:oplete ftr want of the prop,r information
I t i inor. Thoe. O. P. Vernon, and the Solic
tor thiuk it prtper :d irnportant that you re
,ort "uCh itlt.rTn::t;on a: mnay be in your pos.es
iont to this court. that tucth ordr may be taken
it will bert si-rve theliublic interest.
y[tIos. 5i. b".1 1;. C. c. r. xt. c.
Mos ". Editnr -11iring thc la!t week T was
tidip(.e(d. :nd the iGrand .lury on :ccolnt of
his dii t.ot cal! upon me for a report of the state
>f the :'nrncea of tiis coutnty.
I Iis honor the .t:ud^e. has reqeste-rl me to fir
ii,i a >tatemenwt or the .te, with which I
'lh :eii-tracr of the au,litor of tli+ county ex
iibi:s that the taxes for the c-mnte for county
oirpo,e+ for 1L9. woui be 514 31' 74 S 31'v
ax duplicate shows an increni1 over tht nor
'urtistedl he asm ,rs of $t.21.5, making an
Lyg regxte or $14 517.96.2. Amoat:t collected and
lerical error t13S- .Q3 2. hitich leavee the earn
>f 649.03 balance due. This in in executions
Total amount collected t 'onty Taxes. $t3.s68.
ror License!-, &o.. $1876..51. Aggregatc$15.739.
.1. Four per cer.t cowmi. ion<+ off. S6295M.
rhich lett on my hand S15.1 9.93. The whole of
riich has been paid out as per vouchers, leaving
lot a cent nnexpended.
The lowitY COmnmisloner- co,mmenced the
aet year . "I in rebt. yh ttih ttne I had col
ected the bu ik of the tnxer.::t lca-t 25.0 0 more
If necouns haid been receb1ed by me in pav
ncnt of county taxes. ma%iig a total if $12.0(
rhich had been aettled the na.. In actual ca-h
received I moppo.,e --nrne :. -,. erIce the
eason why I hai e been stott ot ioney , and not
blt to pity a:coli:ts regir itn, e:i-h.
The pieeet mnount of i't(bted ess cannot be
essh ain $12.' 0 within ty kn(iwiedge. tI hile it
nii-t be recellected the exletises of this Court.
oether with the amormt which will be Cina tile
wesenmt ::Ceors for :t"a--in; must be :l(b'leI.
rhich conbined will make :-t lea-t 54' mor'.
naking an aggregate ot ?1(;.5. Be-ides this
here are int,uerable nnmall acconut-. wiotc
ani e is legion. To pay this thre ?- :hotnt S1.'.'
I: executions. a good part ol wh:ch w.I be
It wilt be seen that the 'ounrity Comi-issioners
ill cinentece anit her flhcal .ear with a liadt at
eait it '17, ( in ro:til nuiber- .) )il:iitn
no Raner who :dnim riu--r the aff.ur< o Stae
r n h:it the char:cter ot the legishiture. the;" ;ill
ot allow, A itore Onetou- p-t ceitage ot taxa
iou to be iipu.-ed. to pay etf n:teful exlpendi
tires. lheretore it wi;l regnire good tin:s.cial
bility. prudence, i:tetii;ence. -trict rrgar l to
conorny and h.tiecty to n,aipula:e the forth
ning tiix(S. o ." ti pay oil tli:! I whiclh will be
ece-eari:y rernirtrd. to-wit :.h1t i aecumunts. poor
ouwe accounts. .lury and witne-s tickets. now
ue. as well as met the cuirteit expevses of
lecoming year. which cannt by any incavs te
ofe. 11 ti cexpenditure. conyl tre wrtlh the two
let preceding yearx. 1. 1'. S L fi) t,I.
Newberry. dctorr 4. 1S1.
Ntw Yot:$. (ct. 1.-A grat hattle was
ight n (Itietieitie, on the T27h. wich re
n!ted in the defeat of the Crown Prince of
'rnuwil, under the guns of tloi te V:teian.
he viictory wti< followed by te er.ictt.lion of
ersilles, fR.unhonilt, andI the rnttre of the
ru--ian line cf inivectmten t Thie Crowen
rice i< retrearting rupidly Northwoardl upion
be airmyl of Kintg W iiam ia;it ble-uix andi
iP.sonts. Tlhe Cirown Prmnee w.is tin,dlyk tomn
elled to retreat, lthambim in g V2~Sersailes to
be victorious Fretn-h. 'The G erm:'i culuman
nhich attemtpted the p."..;ge oit the ieine at
logine wal. kept unider a terrible tire f rom
't lonrt Valeriain, which cnv'erted tht re
eat into a rout, andl theC Prusshimn 'were
riven in co,nfiusion beyond St. Ge'rmair. e.
igtt nionj~e stopped the rr.Init. TheC Ger
uns lost 5',000t pinters, atiotig whom arg
anytl t.fi'crs cof the staf oif the Crowff
~rlice, atnd lifty' cannon andi me1tralleuOSe
he road to Orleanis anId Tours is c!eaIred of
'The WVorldl's correspondent at nI ortogue
elegrphts thiit excitiug news hans been re
eived from R'ouen, of the crouwingt dteat of
he P'russiants SouthI of Pa.ris, by Genierat
)uerat. Tesd:y, 27th Seputemnbarr Trhe
'rench forces w:ich hiad driven the Pruts
nid liber places, a~ pirevion,ty re'ported,
ere stingly r inforcedi Mon;dty nieht, by
reuuh, :iil tl ad:c.l i:po;n the Germnan p'o
:tioin at Mintreviita anid Y'ersailles earty
nesd lr mlorning. Thme hattie biegunr ot
'ierotr,lv andlc Xelisi, the Gemans 115cuntest
:g the irench ntv'ime'e with desperate en'
rgy until as,ailedl by fre'-h chllmns, from
'Ider the guns of Mentmu Vailurrun, at St.
;lond, through the Bise De) Fr.iineais antd
'anardssotn, where a numt:ber of regimients of
uien troops muntinied. ont the biatt!c-tielid and
e'fused to go undher fire. Ni'arty 1100 of these
roops were sht by~ ordr:r of the Ge-rmn
ottander. 'Te rest are stilt hteld onck,
hoghi mainy thlrew downa their arms and
isper-ed thionICh the firrests,
FW'RRENCE, Septetmbler 2l.-l'he city of
meIli is ocupiedi by' the Italfian troops. Nil
loouheid, which is:dltogethieir attribtttel to
he tendcerne-s of' thme Pope, who forbade anys
isitance. 'The tIman recei'ed the Ita!
me with gt iat enthustiactm.
LOND iN. Setemberti 21.-Pt is papers rep~
esentt the ~j,int incotme of t he t:impiress antd
:mr or act 20f0.0.il00 fr.nes..
L.oxDov, S.ptember 30.--Thtere is no0
h tieent of Rt -s5iant wilt preparanlione.
T[li he'Begiain Govecrnmt'i'l fortuids fairs, to
reent thte sprteadi of Ithne tinde trpet'a
Tbc1 l'renchi n;ay the Prui nst lor-ses since
be comnmeneetlent of thle war, and e<pi
alv sinIce thr inv'estmlenlt of Pa;rie, are so
nirmns that tile Germans takeC care to
'Tiras. September 30.-A great numbecrof
e Emrperor's private dlocumn'lts have been
li.j pul e. Many noted persocns of the old
timre are irnt.lica ted in scandaltits.
FtotnecF. Suiitemai) r .30 -Rmec is thrent
neil wiithl exctlusiron fronm thle pleb'eeiire. The
oPC disrmissedl the Irta: gn "I of honor.
e Nationil Gulard will eccort the KinIg to
A great deal of ty'phus fever prevails in
ermaniit hroapitals. 'T'te wouind'ed are being
,ONDoN. Septcmber 2WJ -Preparations in
u<ssia proceed on a gig istic scale. Great
tivit.y everyw here prevails.
'be garrison of Sirasburg were removed to
aaadt , Hadent. 'lhe Prussian- folt lyit
'copedl thle city to-daiy. Speial telegrams
ae bien re'eived'i frim Munitdel.hem, dtred
esteriay, stating thbat Strasburg suirrendtterd
nh when helple-s. TIhe cindliion of tthe
lace retoiered it almost inev'itable. Tihe
ictims of fever, now prevalent in tthe city,
:em almost numbertess. T1he inhabitants
enerally are famishing, and the dead and
ring are lying in crowds in the streets.
his State of things decided Ulrich to campi
late. In doing so he shed tears and ex,
bined, as the Pruscians entered the city:
ii fail mon devoir!"
The Mobiles are armed with a new and
radfuily destrueiire engine, the invention
f which is kept secret.
LNDoN, Se'ptemiber 27.-'The following is
iven as thme probatble progr.imme of T'h icrs
St. Ptetrsb)urg: Ciotl :tinople and tIme
>d to In:dia to lie gumaraniteied to Itu<sia:
e!giult min Egypt ti he guaranteed to
rncie: Alsace lnid part of h1.raine :mdn thc
>ad to Vinnia to tbe guaranteed to Prussia
-that i-, Engiamid, Turkey, Austria and liel
i to be innJcemnt ilimsO of peace.
ToURR, t'u'pti'eme .31 -The report is
titerated thlar tteneral Eeam:eg.r'd, late of
1 Confederate arny',, is in tic 1Fench ser-~
ice It is stated bIe first :ireepted a cololnel's
aistfi-on, hut thlat simnce hie hasn been aip
r>ited a genera!, and is at present organsa
ing trops ini the sotmh of Frmance.
MEDELsHtAUN. September 28 -Arranute
tents for the surrenldor oft StrathIug was
gned at '2 o'e!ic!: thlis mnorning. l'oir hun
red and Iifty--onle oflcers atnd 17,000O men
id down their arms at 8 o'clock.
'The Prussians on enterimnr Meux madiie a
quisition.f foir hnor-es, and re'miaineCd hnt a
lort lime. It is ei'Weuntly thet' intenltionl to
veep the South of F'rauce. The capito1 is
oredl :o l')oiat2mer.
L.NNnoN. Sep:embiier28-Thie board for the
-vi,iin of tile Bui!' has renumted its session.
The Gerde Mobiles are desertiog at P'aris.
A) F.iut Li.EC:-o.--iUr reference to a
b .h1:-i~ d c,rre-pi ?dence between Gen
al . B. 1ersi.w, 'hadrmn oif the Una
i" Refrn Exeuti 6,e Culnuittee, :md
Ion. \. J. RIasier, Ciair:r,ar of the
Scot t liog Executive Cotumittee, it will
be perceived th:t the latter Cromittec
:ave consented to the appointment of
joint committees at each polling precinct
in the State to ratc"h the ballot-hoxes,
in order to prevent fraud. It is the
frst evidence chat we have had of any
thir-g lke an: in,t,enti..n on the port of
Gov. Scott . party to let r.< have a fair
count ,f the i: li> ts, and we willingly
,ire Mr. Ran-ier and the members of his
mrtethe rer. ;i- t whi:h they are
enti:r ,l for -i. TChat Cov. Scott's
:apri. um.iry '. .rmisioners was an
.iire ri.'- ..znziary,'vr we do not
thri even . h - can deny. Tbat
he ,ih-" not i,r,: i :o -ire is a f:iir count
Is 'v:.!,'.t fron the l,racter of the men
r;.Ir hi :r;.poniute'd :. Comn ;i-ioners.
Th:at r. :s r : 1:i: Committee
pc ;.. : hve :rr reei"d to the pro.
pos,:d plrri of plirting joint commit
tc.s is an evidence of a sense of justice,
r..ich, we confess, we scarcely expected
to find in his party. When, however,
Mr. RInsier adds:-"I do not think that
the Reform party ieced fear whether this
plan is adopted or not, that the Repub
lican party intend to clct its candidates
hr any other than fir and legitimate
means," he is just tankirg for ef'eet. Mr.
R .n,ir knorws that urless the ballot
boxes at e .rurded n e have no chance of
a fair cout. Tho:e are no s:,fe-_uards
to the people itruder the nen" election
haw. It" it- terms tlee C mr:n:-iorers,
manuy of whom nre er.idat-s for rtice;
nmany of w horn are n, -,f no character
whatever; and all of whom are Scott's
pArtisan'r, ; are entrusted -ith the cus
tody of the ballot-hoxes for ten days,
and are made the sole judges of the elec
tion, A hich is to he declared on their
certificate. The best way for Mr. Ran
sier to prove his assertion, that he would
not be elected by unfair means, is to do
as he has done; to consent to the ap
pointment of joint committees of the
two parties, to supervi.,e the counting of
the vot es. A more decent way would
have been f .r Governor Scott to have
apporintcd o , each B and of County Com
ii;sioners oe rnemmher from the Rcforn
par tc, and to have left out those in ho
are earndi,ltes for oflice.
We trust that the Joint Cornmittees,
referrcr to in the corres:ondence, will
ie arpoi,itcd at once. '+e urge upon
he p ople, of all par tics, a quiet, pC :ce
all election, and we nre convinced that
with the a-sirance of a fair count, the
Ref,rm1 e-indida1 te. ,r ill be elected by
such a maj"rity as will carry dismay in
to the ranks of the lRing that now mis
goierrs our State.-Charleston Courier.
The Winchester rifles, ten boxes of
them, and seven boxes of ammunition,
arrived at the depot on S rturlay last.
These are to he distributed among
Scott's colored militia.
A comp-iny of white men was orga
nized at this place. some months ngo. and
tendercd to the Governor. They have
not been received.
A colorcd company, we are informed,
has been received.
We would advise the white company
to keep up their orgnnization. They
should not drill in violation of Scott's
prroclamiation--they need no drillint.
Scott may rnt give themi Wincbes.er
rifles, but they all have guns. Ueaven
foref'-id the necsity for u,ing them !
- [pa rta nbiurg Sp ar ta'i.
The Newherry "Rr-formers" think
th-at they can ma.ke their colored em
iloyees vote the "Reform" tickdt, by re
fusing to give them meat until they
proisic .o do so. The ecolored man who
will he th us strred into the "Reiform"
p:ar ty, wrill be worse than Esari. He will
v rn his birth-righ t for some poor
bacon. Bit the Esaras nwill be few in
N aberry, or in any county in the
Wo mulrtflr a-k if this is the way that
"ermr"prove that they persecute
no man for opinions' .uke ?
The above from the R.apub!!can is a
miserable little piece of radical pabulum.
Grnirr Fits IN ASrA Mrson.-A tele
gram from Constantin->ple reports that
the senport town of Sorm-onn, in Asia
Minor, a station of the Austriarn Steam
Navigation Company's packets, has been
destroyed by fire. Twenty-five hundred
houses and six churches were detstroyedl.
Mlany lives were lost. The inhabitants
are suffering terribly from want of food
Another great fire is reported in Yc
nidje, Mlacedlon-a. The extent of the
damage is unknown.
Advice's h:ave also been received in
Parik from Constantinople of the terrible
coniflagration at Samsoun. It is reported
innat eighty-five houses were burned at
Yenidlje, in Macedonia: and that still an
other fire has occurred at Mondamn,
tvhere 880 houses wecre consumed.
The microscope shows the enlor of the
shade. to deposition of pigtment in its
.itac.When the hair glands hre
come etnfeebled, this pigment fails. One
after another the hair become rrhite, or
fall out producing baldness. Baldness is
rasy. to prevent hut hard to cure. Ayer's
lHir Vigur stops it :even restores the
hair so'nectime : alvars restores its color.
Immediate renovation is at oce visible:
softness, freshne's and the zloss of yourth.
Tiis great ornam:ent shouhl he pre'erved
since it can he by Ayer's I!hir Tigor,
wnhih isbatifrully clean and free from
antin-iuriouls to the hair. [ribune,
Spring'-il!e, N. Y.
Intelligence of a startling charneter
cornes from Ea%tern Europe, which, if
true, will change the whole aspect of the
present conflict. Rr'ssi.n, it is said, is
in motion to'seize the Black Sea and the
Dnfdanellee, and war between the Czar
and the Sultan is believed to be immi
nert. There is evidlently something very
dliscuieting to the European powers on
fact Austria and Italy, as well as Rus
sia, are massing their armies on their
frontiers, and there appears to be a per
feet accord hetiween the three nations.
Great Britain is vigorously employed in
shipping military supplies and troops to
G ibraltar and Malta.
"Gon: V."-We are gratified to learn
that the Radeigh Standard (Gov. Hlolden's
Repunhilean sheet) has "gone up the
spout." TIhe standarud that has bcen so
feinouslv extolled and elevated h- the
Riepublican party of North Caroli:'a, has
sur:-endered at the fiat of the late Con
servative victory, and now trails in the
common dust. "Sic transit."
Bos-roN. October 1.-The captain of the
British brig Nancy, from Cow Bay for New
York. was picked up at sea, from a plank,
after being in water thirty-si:x hours. IIis
wife~ and child, a lady with seven children, as
passengers, and the entire crew were lost.
lAr:ors-r., Se'pteinber 28.-Dr. F. G.
Gordby was stabbed to death, l:ast night,
byv a negro. at his residecnce in Eurkec
OUR friends, and the public generally.
,re invited to call and exatmine our varied
.nd extensive assortment of
CALL 44DW11NTER 8001D
ha:st received. We offer rare inducements
o tII. Our stock is now complete and w iil
war comp.arison %ith any in the uip country.
laving bought our goods with the Cash
rnalIcs u- to s.-1 at a gre.tly reduced price.
uid we feel confident that the lowness and
;tality of our goods will ensure their cus
MPORTANT TO THE LADIES.
We have a fine selection of
lnd of very fine fabric. We have fine
Zilks, l!ack and colored, Silk Poplins,
'hcne Poplins, Plaiu I'oplius, - and - Tar
an I'laidiz, Chiene Mohair Lustre, Empress
loths, Merinos, Wool Delane, Bomhazines,
Alpacas, Shawls, Nubias, Flannels, Gloves,
Iosiery, Chignous, and a fine lot of Cloaks.
An urequaled line of Domestic Goods,
Iahle Linen, Towels, D'Oyleys, Diapers,
3ed Ticks, Blankets, &c.
We call special attention to our Ladies'
3oots, Gai'er and Balmoral Depart
Also, Yens and Boys Boots, Shoes and
HATS, HATS, HATS.
We oiTer as fle a selection of Mens and
Boya Hats, as ever was offered to the pub
ic, some new styles, The Cambria, Four in
land, Central Park, Rhine, &c., &c.
We return our sincere thanks to the pub
ic in general for past patronage, and hope
or a continution of the same.
[7. BARRE & SON.
Oct 5, 4'-tf.
P W. & 1W 8 (JIIIJK,
'At Stewart's Corner.)
Are receiving daily a large stock of FALL
md WINTER GOODS, bought for CASH,
vhieh they oifer to SELL LOW FOR C.ASl.
Consisting of a large and varied assort
L:adie&' Dres.s and Fancy Goods of latest
Notions of ::any and choice descriptionc.
Large lot of lien and Boys Fill and Win
Large lot of Men and Boys Hats, at very
Heavy stock of Brown and Bleached
ffotnespuns and Striped Plaid Osnaburgs.
Good stock of Boots and Shoes for Men
and Bovs. Nice lot of Ladies', Misses and
ihildren's Shoes, of Moore, Larrabc & Co.,
Wh:ting and Sole Leather.
Tea, abundant and good.
Several fine acts of lades Furs.
Factory Yarn, by the wholesale and re
Fine lot of Cutlery, and Hard ware gene
Saddles, Harness, Bridles, Whips, &c.
Gutna anid Pistols
Sugar, Coffee', Molasses.
Plain and Fancy Sorps, Pepper, Spice,
3inger, Soda and Starch.
Large lot of Hoes, Shovels, Spades, Scythe
Blades and Nails.
Tobacco andI Woodlen Ware.
Stationery, Ink, Pen-, Pencils, &c.
Kerosine atnd Turpentine.
They propose to sell goods to the satis
Saetion of all who will pntronize themi,
it Low Rates and short Proflts
Call and exnmi'1e their Stock and judge
They are ao Agents for Jacob BI. Rih
er's celebrated i:nproved old Anchor B-and
Bolting Cloth, andI Singers celebrated Fa-t i
y Sewing Machine, for Newberry Couuty.
Oct. 5, 4-t-f.
THlE best PLOW in use. Light draft,
mud imtpossible to choke. In this Plow voit
lave THIREE, invaluable to the Farmer, Turn
P'low, Row Opener, andI Coulter.
What Mr. Stringfellow, of Chester, S.
I bought the first Monitor Plow that came
n this seetion, and cannot now do withot
What Mr. Ellis. of Griffin, Geo.. says:
Mesare. PALXER & TURPIN.--I received
through Mr. Rus. P. Johnson,of GriffRn,one of
tour Monitor Plows, which I regard as a de
sided improvement over any Plow [ have ever
een or utsedl, and I regard it as most admira
Jy adapted to the Cultivation of the soil of
:he South, and most cordially recommend
l:hem to the Southern Planter, as the best
tnd cheapest plow yet offered thier..
.JAM ES T. ELLIS.
What Mr. Rabb, of Winnsboro'. S. C.
MIessrs. P'ALMER & IRPIN:
I have already spoken in favorable tertms of
tour Monitor Plow, but I most be permitted
tgain tosexpress my high appreciation of its
nerits. I tried it a few days since on a very
;ough, clammy lot, which I was apprehen
ive I could not plow, and to my surprise it
lid what no other P'low could have done, go
ng into it and tearing it up far beyond my
~xpecations. W. S. RA BB.
Ask the nearest dealer for Catalogue, and
;o show you the Plow.
CHIAS. T. PA LMER,
1526 Main St., Richmond, Va.
The above Plow for sale at Factory
>rices, I reigh't added, by
S. P. BOOZER & CO.
Oct. 5, 40-6m.
UT. S. DiSt. Court, for So. Ca.
In Re.-The Laurens R. R. Co.-Petition
of Involuntary Bankruptcy.
CREDITORS, ar,d all others interested,
ire notified to be and appear before the
Ion. Geo. S. Bryian, Judge of the District
'ourt, U. S., at Charlestont, S. C., on Mon
lay, the 10th of October, at 11 o'clock, a.
nt., "to shtow cautse, if arty they can, why an
tdtditional aisignee shouldl not be appointed
n the above case t" and why sutcht further
>rder should not be made as is tteedful.
By order of the Court, this 26th day of
Clerk of the Dist. Court of the U. S.
Oct. 5, 40-3t. For South Carolina.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
fewber-ry Medical Association will be held
mn Wednesday, 11th October, at 12 A. MI.,
it the Odd Fello,ws' Uall, over Capt. Webb's
tore. JAMES M'c1NTOSH, M. D.,
Oct. 5i, 40-2t. Secretary.
A BUNCII OF K~EYS, which the owner
an have htv calling at this oflice an~d pay
Si:WBI:I tn . S. C.. October 4.-Cotton 12;.
COLm'):RIA. (Octol-r 4.-.ales of cotton y ester
dety 101 Ia,es--mddlnrg 13
mv Y onK. Octi.l.er --71'. M.-.otton open
ed firm Lut ch]sed dull-sales .9''0 balea; uplands
lGl. G .ld 18; a i3,.
1;ALTl:xony.. ctt t r b -'otton dull and
heavy-middling, 16]; saes 150 bales.
(na t.ro.s. I wena.rr3.-Cottun tirmer-mid
dhings. 14..: a'es - b:ale-: receipts 2,42->; ex
poitscoastise2 : stock 7.. :" f
Atot;STA. October 3.-otton mnrket closed
duil and depr e-ro:dziings 14 a 14!; sales. r(
ba les: receit:.. S5 .
LIv wu,L. rcOtber .C-1-:vening.-cotton firm
-rpland, S; (ricrans : -ales 12.00 bales.
L ITEST QOTAfIONS OF
SOUT HERN SECURITIES,
I N r'l!. l .:rt ).-: x.N s. %..
Corrocted Wockly by A. C. KAUFMAN, Bro
ker. No-25 Broad Street.
SEPTE-HER 30, 1S0.
STATXSCCRITIFs-SOuth Carolina. old. -a
82; do new, -a 7): do. regi-d s:uck, ex int a
CITY S-cCRTt.s-Autusta. Gs.. 1unds -a
80: ('harle.ton. . C.. Stock. ex qr int. - a 48:
do. Fire Lo.in l;onds. dit -; Columntbia. S. C.,
15 nds. - a ;:).
I1A!LROA n IonDs-lilnelilec. $rst mortzige.
60 a -; Ch:rleston and sarunnah. 6.a . .: Char
lotte. Columbia and .%tug-ta. - a 85; Cheraw
and 1)ariington. a S:: renville and Columbi:t.
1t mort., 8~-a -; do. State guarantee. 65a-;
Northea. tern. S7 a -; Savannah and Charleston.
1st mort.. - a 78; State geuarantee. 69a -:
South Carolina, - a 75; do. 71; Spartauburg and
Cnion. - a.55.
RAILRoAD S"rnc-Charlotte. Columbia and
Au_nr-ta. - a 4-): Grecnvillc amrl Columbia. 2 a
Northenstern. 13 : S:tvann:nh and Charles
ton. - a 31: S.utth Carolina. whole shares. -a
38: dn. hnlfAh:ire+. -a'22t.
EC.HANG:. &c-New Ydrk Sight. ; off par;
Gold. 111 a 114; Silver. 11: a --
OtUTH c.t :OLiN\A .'. NK BILLS.
*I.ank of (ihariestot.......................- a -
*1tatk of Newberry......................- a -
1tank of 'untnden.........................3 a -
l;aok of (eor;tetown.................... a -
fiank of outhr Carolina.................. S a -
Bituk of ('he.ter...........................14 a -
lt:nk of ll:mban r;.........................12 a -
Bank of mate ofS. C.. prior to 1Qd........45 a -
la:;k wf.state of S. C.. isrne 1561 and 1862.32 a -
*l'lanters and 3fechanica B'k of Ch'rieston- a -
*I'eople's Bank of Charleston.............- a -
enion Bark of Charleto ...... ...-a
$outhwcetern R R Bank oh Charleston. old,- a -
Sonthwe-tern R It Batk ofCharleston,new,- a -
State Bank of Charleston............. 8 a
Farrnersand Exchange t'k ofCharleston.. I a -
Fxchange Bank of Cohtmbia............. 7 a -
Commercial baink of Columbi.i...........14 a -
)lerchant.' Bank of Cheraw.... ........ a a -
Plante:-' ltank of Fairtield................5 a -
state of South Carolina 1,i0ls Receivable .90 a -
City of Charleston Change Bills ..........90 a -
"3ills mnnrked th.' (t; are being redeemed at
the Bank Counters of each.
* IN THE PURSUIT OF
know!, dge follow it wherever it is to be
foundi-like fern, it is the producl of all cli
mates: and like coin, it, circulation is not
re-tricted to any particular class. 'Theknowl
edge of a crative cin only he obtained by a
praet'cal test, and thousands who have es
saved that. write in commending the "Old
Winemi.n's Crystal:zed Worm ('andr
never fail.! Oct. 5, 40-It.
e WILY DO YOU COUGH?
When ilis in Tour power to relieve yourself:
a few doses of bI!'. T'TT'S EI'ECI'(lIANT
will care you and allay the apprehensions of
your friends: moreover, ;t is picasant to take,
it produces no nausca, and strengthens the
Lungs aml throat to re-ist attacks in the fu.
ture. Mothers need not dread the Croup
when they have a bottle of this valuable
compound on their Mantlepiece.
Oct. 5, 40-2t.
A C :EAP IIOUSE.-Said
old farmer Smith to his young neighbor
.lone-, this is a cheap hou,e I have put up
for Tom, who has just narried; he can im,
prove on it when he makes money. "Do
you call this a cheap house, Mr. Smith," re
plied young JTones. "Well, I don't. It hasn't
got a sash, there are no banisters to t' e
stairN. and the dolore are so mecan they will
swar so in a year that it will be almost im
pos.sible to open unid shult th2em. You have
wa:stedI more money on big joists. useless
raftera asnd. unnecesay framing than would
have fi-bsed the hoius- in mno-t comfortable
s,tyle. When youi buihd a houre for your
next son, write first to 1P. P. Toale, Charles,
ton. S. C , the largest manufacturer of doors.
sashes, blinds, &c., in the Southern States."
Oct. 5, 40-1m.
t&7 A TORPID) SYSTEM.
Somnetimee.'without anty as-lgnable cause, the
physic.tregth and anImtI spirits give way.
and a tanetorpor fails alike on the body and
in telh-ct. There i' little or no pain perhaps. but
the natura! vigor and elasticity of the terrus
and musceular system seems Inohavedeparted. and
an inli.ierere to the pleasure<of life. an2d even
of its rave re.-ponsibilitiies. takes the p'lacc of
thait earnest intere-t in both which chatracterizes
every wel! baheneed mind when in a healthy con
i. stat.s of partial collapse is often the pre
mnoeitory symptoms ofaome serloous malady. It
indlicle.' unm?aiSt:kably that the vital powers are
lazigni-hin:r and nced a stimn'ant. In such cases
the rffect of a few doS--S of iltestetter's Stomach
htiners is wondortuhIy bwneficial. The great tonic
wakes up the stattm from its drowse. Thesecre
lions and the circulation receive a new impetUs.
yhe reiaxed nerv's recover their elasticity under
the oper:1ions of the s;v-eitic. like the slackened
strength of a munsical 21.42i umnent in the proce<s of
tu2umg. Leinargy and debility are replaced by
energy anid viyjor. the spirits rhse,andhlfethat al
mo,t seemed a btirden wh ile the steason of depres
sion lasted. becomes once more enjoyable. yhat
auch a radical cl'ange,houldl be produced by a
renmedy en:tirely devoi.i of the powerful alkaloids
a.nd minerals so e.xtmnsidely used in modern prac
Iice. miay seem inlcredibile to those who pin their
faIth on the metdicinsal efficacy of active poisons.
but if thes'e.keptiics will take the trouble to! en
quire ofto- whot have te't.ed the corrective and
alterative virtues of te tti:ters undter the cireuw.
stiInces described, they wilt flad the statement to
be true. O'ct. 5. 40--im.
e "S()METIMES WORD)S
wound mor-' than swordis," but when used in
praise ot SCMTER BIT rtEnS as a Touic and
Appetizer. fall like baItu upotn the suffering.
Oct. 5, .40-1i.
rW NOTICE.-T WILL COMr
mence, luring the next week, the publica
ion, :at l.exinyton C. II., of a Weekly P'as
per-TIlE 1L:NING r(2N DESP'ATClI.
Princioles advocatred will be Anti-Radical.
I will canvaas45 (olnobia for A dvertisements
GODFR~ET M. I1ARMON,
Sept . 28, 30-i f Proprietor.
W FOR TH ELEGISLAYTURE.
-DR. D). I W ERTS ik respectfnlly presen
tel to the citizens of Newherry, for their suf
fratge at too en-uing election.
May 4. 1S-tf. NEWBERRT.
We will sendl the New York Bece-Keepers'
Journarl and Nationail Agriculturist and the
Ilecrni. hitth for one year for 9350
Address Tr. F. & IR. H. GRtENEKER.
A beautiful and select
Ju2st received and for sale by
E. S. BAILEY.
IN THtE LINE OF
WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Ladies' and Gent s Gold Watches.
" " "Gold and Plated Chains.
(;ent's Silver Watches, A No. 1.
heary 18 Kt Piain Gold Rlings.
Iings with settirgs,and plates for engraving
Gold i sets---roochi and Ear-rmi.
Gold and Plated Blrooch:es.
Cold and~. Plaited Ladies' and Gent's Sleeve
F ie ais.ur:net. of genluine Jet Urooches.
Gold andi Silver Thimbles.
Plated I as:ers, C'ups, &. , .,&c
Fo0r s:ale by
~E S. BAILEY. V
October 3d, 1870.
WE take this method of informiniu
our patrons. friends and the public
generally. that we have just received
our FA LL AND WINTER STOCK
Domestic, Staple and Fan
cy Dry Goods,
To which all are requested to report
at these headquarters forthwith with
the CASH. as we are prepared to
show you somnething of importance
and intgrest to all.
In connection with the above we
hereby return our many thanks for
past liberal favors, and ask a continua
tion of the same. and you may rest as
sured of one thing. that we still adhere
ONE-PRICE CASH SYSTEM.
McFALL & POOL
IF you want I)oae.'tic Goods of all
grades and of the best brands, call at
MCFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want Dress Goods of best
and newest styles. in Black and-Col
ored Silks. Japanese Silks, plain and
plaids. call at
McFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want Scotch Plaids, Rou
Roy Piaids, in all colors and styles
McFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want Hosiery or Gloves,. in
all the best nmakes and qualities. call at
McFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want Notions. Fancy Goods, -
Embroideries. Fancy Trimmings, and .
many of them new. call at
IcFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want a nice set of Furs'and
Muffs for your sweethearts, wives
daughters, mothers. or any other man,
McFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want Cloaks or Shawls,i
all styles and qualities, call at
3IcFALL & POO'S.
IF you want anything that is usual
iy kept in a first class Dry Goods
1Iouse, call at
McFALL & POOL'S.
IF you want to get your mon<y
back. or its equivalent. in the best
styles an.d qualities, conme up with the I
McFALL & POOL'S.
WE would also inform the public
that we arc agrents for Ward's (N. Y.)
eclebrated Shirts. and we guarantee a
fit every time.
McFALL & POOL.
Oct. 5, 40-tf.
11 1LMLI & IO0E8
Next to McFall & Pool's.
Respectfu'ly inform their fri*'nd< nd
patrons that they have jusi received a large
From the Northern Mairkets, w hich they in.
tend to sell low
Sugars. Coffees, Teas,
Rice. Flour. Meal, G rist.
IHams, (a flue brand,)
Bacou. Lard, Pickled Pork,
Mackerel, Molasses. Cheese,
Candles. Soap. Pickles.- -
Soda. Lve. Raisins.
Crackers. all kinds.
Canned Oysters. Sardines,
and F"ruits, etc.. etc.
Segars, ('hewing and
Powder and Shot.
OiL. etc.. etc.
Besides a choice assortment of
Alo ood asotetof Shoes, Hats,
Clothing, Crockery, Glassware, &c. We
will and are determined to sell. Our motto:
is--"Qnick sales and short profits.'' We
ask an inspection of stock.
Thankful for .the very liberal pa
tronagre bestowed, a continuance is de
sired, with the promise that no pains
wilibe spared to render saisfaction
and please the most fastidious.
HOUJSEALL & JONfES.
Oct. 5, 40
Fresh Fish, Fresh Fish,
Thursday and Saturday.
After this Week,
Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urdag,
L. R. MARSHALL.
Oct. 5, 40--it.
A Liberal Offer to Our Readers.
We will send the Newberry Hera:d price
$3 "Our Shobolday Visitor," one of the best
Boys' and Girl.' Magazines in this country,
worth $1.25 a year, piblished by Daughday
& Becker, Phibidelphia, and a magnificent
Isteel plate eng~raving, cntitled "Help Mo
1.'p' worth 8.u0, all to anys one who will
so8,0 The engraving will be setnt post
paid, seure from injury, and will mnake a
cha-rm'in:"or,nment fog any parior or Aitting