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Attentios is directed to the proclama
tion in another column, ordering the
election, to fill the vacancies in the Board
of Gounty Commissioners, to be held on
the 8th of August next. By some acci
dental or intentional cause, most proba
bly the latter, the order first published
in thr&ola-bia Union, ind which fixed
the election for the 25th of July, was
withdrawn, hence there could be no elec
.4m; Governor Scott being waited on
and interviewod by Mr. Mayes, who was
appointed by the citizens of Nesyberry
for purpose, has again issued a notice,
and. this. time for the 8th of August.
Our fellow-citizens will understand then
that there will be an election. And fur
ther, that tbe nomination made in public
meeting, on the 3rd of July, of
Mr. J. N. MARTIN and WM. LESTER,
still holds good.
Need we add a word more, as to the
importance of uniting on this nomina
tion, and endorsing the action of that
meeting heartily? This is no time for
division! no time for preferences! and i
the gelection made should be supported.
Let us have but one ticket.
Since writing the above *we have been
authorized to state that Mr. W. W. Hou-I
seall is not a candidate as previously
Notwithstanding the h.mible stories
told of bloody Ku Klux, and the stren
UnOus eflorts made to convin:e the world
of the North, that the Soutf.. is still in
rebellion. and utterly dernoralized, and
that murder and midnight deeds of
darkness are of hourly occurrence, yet
the fact must be patent to all unpreju
4 diced minds, and to all who read the
solumns of the daily papers, that South
Carolina, as compared with the more
fortunate States of the North, which
are not overrun with foreign ad
venturers, thieves and carpet-baggers,
exhibits a record which should set at
rest the lies which are priated in her
nd&t, and scattered over the borderr
with villianous zeal. What can equal
in atrocity the wife and child murders
which the telegraph brings accounts of
almtst every day, as occurring in the.
moral cities of the North and West?
As one instance-what can equal the
cruel whipping of the Meara child in Illi
nois-the particulars of which are so re
volting that we hardly dare repeat them
-in which arn unnatural father stripped
his boy, only 11 years of age, and so in
bumanly beat him, and then placed his
naked bodty- en a hot stove, that
the poor little sufferer almost immedi
ately expired- and his body yet palpita
tiwith the -agony which destroyed
his innccent life, thrown under the bed
on which his mother lay in confinement
and who heard his cry for mercy,bu
was unable to extend any relief ?. Can
.anything more hoI"ribly brutal be con
ceived of. thant this? Are the an
nals of South Carolhna blackened with
the record of such sickening crimes?
In the same State of illinois, we read
that a beautiful young lady of 17 years
of age was cruelly murdered by a farm
hand, white seated at her window. In
Cincinnati, we hear of the mystet ous
murder of two men who occupied a bed
toete, an nthe morning were found
both dead, one shot near the ear, and
the other at the base of the skull. And
so might we lengthen out a catalogue of
horrors which happen at the North.
Every day's column of telegraph fur
nishing its quota of brutal murders, the
equals of a biich are unknown in the
abused and persecuted South. Ini this
land abounding in violence, and in
which, according to mischievous and
perverted communica'ions, every other
man is a Ku Klux, we are-when all
the circunm.tances are calmly viewed
strangely quiet, and comparatively free
from crime. We do not deny that crimesf
against the laws are committed, but they
are infrequent when compared with
more favored sections of this best gov
ernlment the sun ever shone on, and a
majority of themt are the results of the
present misrule. It is imposs.iblc, under
the circumstances, when there is only a
namre of'government,.no justice,and every
enceouragement for the ignorant, the
thievishr and bad to*break the laws and
disturb the peace, to prevout the occur
ren-ce of deeds which are wrong, and cal
cu.hrted to produce greater evils. But
that South Carolina is demoralized in!
lhcr natural heart, and still rebellious, is a
L ase lie, and only such an one as a rene
gade could utter.
The following paragraph from a
4.ngthy artic4e in the New York Herald,
. .goutherrt t:-oubles, very truly says:
'EF V wonder i..:n that so few exist, and
nd irs is the best evidence that the
mass of 4se Southere people are law
. abid ig.. When a brave and high-spirit
.ced people sats.ia so well to, and make
the best f, thekr humiliatizg. situation,
we have thetstZguarantee of their fu
.ture good coact.sd of peace. Let us
.be just and mnagnusiious. Let us have
some conwideralion ifo the people of our
own race aind talood, antd not crush their
beneathi the ignor-ant ed seuji-barbarous
regroes ai~ ebecarpetngS scum of the
!Lo, the 1es Nfegro.
"The haidi, carnest way in which some"
Yan-kees "hate -niggers affords really a
curious subject for study." The other
dav Mr. J. S. White died, leaving $70,
0 0O to the Uniwersity of Vermont, at
J:elrington, upon the expresa condition
that no colored stndent should ever re
**'. . i'-i r of it..
Eiot and Bloodshed
The following account of a riot which
occurred at Reevesville in this State,
we take from the Courier, and wh<i wE
ask is respo.ible for it? Are the
Ku Klux guilty Sgain ?t
A serious riot occurred at this place
on Satu-day nightlast, at about .ten
o'clock, between t hr.e and colored,
which resulted jn the .*ounding of fonri
whites and culored. Among the wound
ed whites were J. H. Walters, of North
Carolina, (seriousl); E. J. Giiffith, of
South Carolina, (serioly); John Alex
ander, of North Carolina (slightly); Joe
Williams, of North Carolina, (slightly.)
The circuinstAnces of the case are as
follows: A few weeks ago a South Caro
lina negro stole a bag belonging to a
North Carolina negro, which resulted in
a riot between the colored people of
North Carolina and South Caroli a and
the stabbing of one of the latter ; after
whioh threats were made by the South
Garolina negroes to drive every North
Oarolina white man and negro from this
place, there being a number of each at
work here. Saturday night last was ap
pointed as the time to carry out their
designs. Early on Saturday morning
the South Carolina negroes gathered at
and around the store of L. Brothers,
(white), at this place, and received from
him muskets and ammunition previous!y
ordered by him for the purpose, after
wbich they spent the day in drilling and
target sheoting in f ont of his st,re, un
til th hour w hen the riot occurr,d.
Aftet the tit cmded the South (P.iolina
regr(es Irew oUt sentinels bn every
road leadiig to -:ul from thi place, and
fired on every pers,;N Pass;.ig the streets.
They held their positijr, until vtear day
light, and at about sunrise discharged
their muskets a quarter of a mile from
this place, ant) retired, since which time
nothng ha' been heard from them.
Tht 'iot commerced by %bout fiftv
negro's firing on fve whites while
W'.'ing, the street, iii front of L. Poo
thers' store. During the riot about
twenty balls struck the house and ,tnre
of Mr. D. C. Whetsel.
In c,,nsequence of this state of aiTaire
tbe citizens of Reeves% ille, white and
colored, met this day, at nine o'clotx A.
M.. to consider the matter.
On motion of Captain W. C. Griritb,
seconded by Captain W. P. App!,:hy,
Ir." C. R. Council was called to the
Mr. Council briefly stated the ob.
ject of the meeting, and the state of af
fairs were briefly discussed by both
white and colored, after which a Com
inittee of three, consisting of Ca;.t. W.
C. Griffith, Captian V. P. Appleby and
D. C. Whitsel, were appointed to draw
The Committee retired, and after a
short absence returned with the follow
ing resolution, which was unaniuouly
1. Resolved. That Capt. V. C. Gritith
and Capt. W1. P. Appleby be anpointed a
Committee of two to wait on Gov. Scott,
as early as practicable and present to
him a petition from the cttizenq of
Reevesvi'le representing the state ofaffairs
at this place, and asking. tht such nieas
ures he inmediatelv taken as will ef
fectually stop all such conduct in future;
or else forbearance might 'cease to be a
virtue as we will not endure every
At. the request of the below signed col
ored men, the following card was wzitten,
which after being read t> them was de
clared to be to their satisfaction.
Newberry S. C. July 13, 1571.
We, the undersigned, co:ored citizens of
Mollohon, want to be on- more''f:iendly
terms with the respectable and int.elligen-t
people of t.his County. Andi to gain this
end feel that we must quit the party which
has given, partly by our votes, such a bad
government to South Carolina. -We shall
in the future vote only for good men fbr
ofe, irrespective of party. We now de
clare ourselves free from the slavery in
which the politician has held u.s. And will
do all in our power to culhivate a friendly
spirit with our white fellow citizens. We
say again distinctly w.t are done with the
South Garolina Republie:n party now and
A Paris correspondent says that, de
spite the dictum of the iLondon editor
who began his article by saying that
"the Paris of other times exists no
loner," Paris is still the samte brilliant
and lively city of other days. Paris is
orce miore gay. Upon the Boulevard
Montmartre constant but ever-changing
throngs of people nightly promenade;
the theatres have again opened, and their
hge placards stare at the passer-by
fromn the kiosques and wails; Jules
Jan in writes his usual Monday feuilleto:n
in Les Debats, and the "local items"
begin to- chronicle the run-overs and
runaways in the streets.
BAnts SE'r ON FuIe uv Lu;nose.r.-The
barn of Wom. S. Howard, Sr., living~ near
the Cherokee Ponds. ELetlid, S. C.,
was set on fire by lightning July 6th,
during a severe rain and thunder storm.
The fire was discovered in time to saive
about a hundred bushels of corn and fif
ty bushels unthreshed wheat. A freed
man livmng on the place, named Areby
Mid leton, deserves much credit for his
untiring efforts on the occasion, he and
six of his family bringing water until
the devouring element was subdued.
Only about five bushels of wheat were
A serious schism distturbs the happy
relations of the Presbyterian Church in
Scotland. The question which has pro
duced this dissension, and which has
arrayed these worthies into adverse.
factions, is whether the devil is susce-pti
ble of salvathmn. Some strenruously in
it th::t he can be save-d, but a large
maj' rity denoun'c thiu as heresy, and
prolaima these- who htoltd such a doctrine
as the salvation of Satan as w~orse than
infidels. Thus stands the religious
question at present among the Scotch
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day rsnks among the wonders of science
'j.ie discoveries which have lately been
broght to bear in this beautiful branch of
art ac,e truly wonderful. The specimens in
this magazine are charming, and .not only to
te practical worker but the lover of the
beautifutl, is the "World" a valuable maga
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Philadelphia. Subscription, s5.
DEXOREST's MONtTHLY MA&GAZINE for
Agust is replete with literary, gems, va
nable full-sized patterns and designs for la
dies' nderwear, and other -matters too long
to catalogue here. The itiformation con:
tarcd in one issue of this valuable ptblica
tion is worth n;any hunariid imes its cost
of 83.00) per year. Published at 83S Br-oad,
General News Items
The thermometer stood at 97* in Charles
ton on Monday.
The weather throughout England is fair
and favorable to crops.
Willard's Hotel, Washington, is to be
Two .hundred pereons it is stated were
.killed during the recent ilots in New York.
Gambettai has been seated in the As.
Deaths from lightning and sun-stroke
are reported in many sections.
Another lady has lost her life by blow
ing down a lkrp chimney.
A "narrow gauge Is contemplated be
tween Laurens and New berry.
Over four hun'red Mormans havegone
west from Seandinavia.
The entire amount of five-twenties
of 1862 outstanding is $90,000,000'.
The U. S. A. is now reduced to thirty
It is oppressively hot in Paris and a
number of sun-strokes have occurred.
Emperor William has made the Crown
Prince of Saxony a field marshal of tb
A writ of supersedeas in tho t-ase 61 Mr.
Fair, has been issued; wh resnites her
The Slave tr'.Ie on the East coast of
Africa is -d to be floursiing, notwith
st3nd;" the efforts of the English cruisers.
The snh-Conimittee in Spartanburg have
taken evidence in three hundred cases of
There were fifty denths in Charleston
for the week ending the 8th-eighteen
whites and thirty-two colored.
Miss Mary Franklin an amateur setp
tress has executed a life-like bust of
Mrs. Cady -Stanton and Susan B. An
thony paid a visit of sympathy and c7on
dolence to Mrs. Fair on the 14th.
The Wilmington and Columbia R. R.,
have determined to extend their road to
The slaughter of fifty-six Apache In
Iians at Tonto Creek, Arizona, is con
The new route from Lexington C. IT.
to Mt. Willing, by Rocky Creek, West
Creek,. Germanville, went into operaticn
Thirty eight thousand claims for bounty,
arrears of pay involving about '.IL ,O,
are now in the office of the second Audi
tor at Washington.
In the Commune fights the French wo
men exhibited tiger-like ferocity. A writer
asks what must happen were France a na
tion of women ?
The Ilonolula Gazette states that durin::
recent difficulties in Oval.i one tribe
made an onslaught on another and capturing
about thirty ate them.
A shark caught off Charleston had a pair
of boots, a scalp, two cannon balls, and a
package of Sunday-school tickets in his
Martin Meara, the fiend who brutally
murdered his own son in Illinois has met his
face at the hands oa mob, who took him
from jail and hanged him on a tree. One
thousand persons witnessed the execution.
Fearful explosions with loss of life
have occurred at Vincennes, caused by
the unlo.-ding of powder carts in close
0roximity to the machinery used in the
preparation of projectil.
Mr. J. Mott Middleton, an "intelligent,
brive,- refined, hospitable and courtly
gentidman. of Car-olina's olden school,
dlied recently in Savannah. He was a
Charlestonian by birth.
The Lexington -Dispatch says: "All
the lands at the delinquent land tax sale
'in Monday last, were purchased by the
State, according to the provisions ofth
Act, there bding no bidders.
A Goatention of Kentucky Baptists,
at Louisville, of'er $-300.000 to remove
the Baptist University f-rm Greenwille,
S. C., to an eligible point in Kentucky,
provided thc other Southern States raise
Pop Oxendine, one of the negro out
laws of Robeson Cuznty, has been cap
tured and lodged iii jail. at Wilmington,
N. 0. He belonged,to..a band of the
most bloody ar:d deffant outlaws of the
Mrs. Fair's remark, "If poor, dear
Critteniden were alive, he would get me
off," is only pe-alleled by the youngst er
who murdered :Ms father and mother,
and didn't think the judge "orter hang
a poor orphmng."-Cinicinnati Times.
Bella French is doing a power of good
to the villnge of Minnesota a ith her iec
t ure on "Corse ts, Tobacco and W hisk ey."
All the men, it is said, have give~n up
corsets, and most of the women have
quit guzzling whiskey and chewing to
He'iry Berry Lowry has sent a mnes
sage to the authorities at Lumbherton,
informing them that, if the wives of the
outlaws are not released, they will make
reprisals by the capture of white women,
and will fill the county with slaughter
The Batopetiax Mines of Chihuithub are
yieding fabuilonsly. One mine yields $50,
u00 weekly. Masses of pare silver, of ser
erali hundred weight, are extracted. The
leading journal stays the ruin of Mexico is
owinmg to contracts with and reclamations
by the United States, which lay M'tico
A foot race took place at Cinciiinati one
day last week, which was participate-d in
lby some three thousand citizens. They all
conmc out ahead of the lunatic who was
after them with a carving knife. Some
nwin who have not traveled faste-r than a
walk for many years are said to have beaten
the time of the California horse.
Tfhe most heart-rending piece of pa
rental diabolism of which we have ever
heard, is that of Martin Mera, who whip
ped his little son and then roasted the
poor sufferer's body upon the stove. Fi
nally, the little fcllow yielded up hia
life under the lash. He was literally
whipped to death while the mother hay
ill in another room. WVe wish that the
man whom the world called unchrisiar.
because he did not belong to any one of
the conflicting sectaries of the day
Charles Dic-kens, we mean-were liv
ing now, that the deep fountains of,
his noble heart might b>e broken up
ii tender sympathy for this murdered
innocent who gasped his 'ray to hea
ven under the murderous lash of a-fa
L ATEsT TE LEGRA3Xs.-Asiatic cholera has
ap>eared inEurope.-Tad. Lincola is dead
-l'erorxit among the women and chil
deofRobesonm Couny-Lowrey's band of
outlaws waylaid and killed several citizenls,
among them a youth only 13 years of age.
Sas Fruscxsco, July 16.-Goid plains,
as rich as those of California or Australia,
have been' found in So.aora, Mexico, and
are attracting thonsands.
The America, from Hong Kong, has ar
rived, with a large cargo of teas and China
go'-ds. She had fine weather the entire
UEzioREST's YouNGo AMERICA. for August
comes as usual, full of good things for the
juveniles. We advise par-eats to get a cop.
or subsprib~o for a year; it will serve to ke
tue young memrbers' of the family im cool
order-during -the treated term better than
any--uing we kno'y of. S100) yaarly; or.
with a premium. SI.50. . Published! at 838
RITE OF LIAPTisM.-Several litlegirls and to
a young lady were immersed Sunday last at to
the Baptist Church. re
Messrs- Killian and Cline are erecting ay
substantial frame house for Messrs. Bowrsjf
& Wilson,. on the vacant lot between A. Ha
ris' and Messrs. Leavell & Spearmtan's.
Fresh Garden and 'ield Seed-ineltiding hi
the Ruta Baga an other varieties of the to
Turnip-may be obtained fresh at Dr. Pant's w
Drug Store. it
We Icarn that a ;cw and Aandaome edifice
will shortly ba.erected on the site ol' the t
post office structure. The prestnt building
to be razed, of course.
The March of improvemen. coftinites in.h
our town in the way of painting, whito.wash- '
ing-buildings and fenciug wo yt-n1a1d
CAPRAGE AS' '\\AGON FACTOy'.-The 0,
card of IWesPs. Fowler. Fo!ter & Co., speak.sn
for itt., yet we can with propriety add thar, fr
hP'Viig seen 'their establishment, it is the f
most ettenxive 6no in the State, and.that h
they turn ont work which for durability and P
elegance of tinish cannot be excelled. Their a
estblihment is in the town of Soartanburg. y
LAw CARD.-Our young friend and fellow a
citizen, George Johnstone, Esq., makes the
announcement fin tbis-week's paper that he
has commenced the practice of law and can
be found in his effice on Law Range. The
profession has gained a valuable acquisition i
in Mr. Johnstone, and we are pleased to say ti
that he is full of promise for fa:ure nsefulnees
in the calling he has chosen.
THE LIFE OF CHRIST.-We take pleasure
in recommending our young friend Mr. F. M.
Schumpert, to the consideration of our read- d
ers. he is now engaged in canvassing the b
district for subscriptions to the above named
interesting woek, and will be happy to re- et
ceive the names of any and all disposed to
subscribe for it. This work promises to be
of unusual interest and value, finely printed li
and bound, and elegantly illustrated. It
will be delivered in October, at which time
Mr. S. will call on subscribers for the price.
PEMSONAL -We had the pleasure during i
the past week of a visit from our bro. of the w
quill and scissors, J. W. Ferguson, E<q , of es
the Laurensville Herald. lie is now occa- ju
pied in the agrec::ble pastime of spending .a S1
week or two away from the heat and burden B
of offlee duties, and we hope that he will en- or
joy his brief relaxttion from business, and of
return to attive duty nirteriaNy freshened kz
and built up. The Herald is a real live pa- sO
per, and we are glul to learn that it is doing dc
wc!, and our merchants c.n make a hand- st
some investment by advertising in its col- h
Poor old JefT, who faithfully served several W
successive town councils, has been super
seded by Fanny. Well, as the female pe- .
suasion are having the right of way now,
succes. to Fanny It ni;ght be gratifying to
some poor old Confed. to .state that Jeff re
ceived a very honorable yet painful and dam- to
aging wound while se-vivg the. ConIederacy
on Sullivan's Island, and which was the
cause of his recent displacement, but as Re- oc
public,; are ungrateril to fish of all kindt. .
and-sentitent and services :like, we close by t
saying let him eat his oats in peace end goh
where good horses go..
A BAnr.ECcE.-We ha-ye jiist red.eived a n
cordial invitation to attend -a barbecne at di
Jalapa, on Saturday the 22:l inst., and if it is i
at all convenient to get away from town on t11
that day we will certaitnly- "go -for it,"' and og
enjoy all the privileges.C the occasion, from g
the bash down to tbe ice;l lemonade. We re
take ocession to say, thg.t-no ptans or ex-lt
pen:-c wil! be spared to -make this.Jalapa w
feast acceptable to the citikenof Newberry, y
every one of whom a.ejnvitcOto attend, and ;cl
we hope to see a large didei~ 115ere.. Per- ua
haps we may as weligid thafCOLWm. Kel-- u
ly, of barbecue fame,.apexd:Who is gctiing thisi e
one tip, tells us that uincle Solomon,'theKing .o
of Hashkits, will stapesrtend.thte .:asi, mnd al
that is equal to ay ,ommditeni w,hich i:
can be given. Salutdir'ghetSJ, remoniber- b
The ladies are expec ed to lehd tbieir charms
on that occasion .
NO.RlAIN.-Righ berdi the State's garden
spo,-at the foca gont-*e cannot" obtain
rain. All around us.i the focus - there has a
been more or less rain. Why-is ifthat year ~
after year we suffer'drought-early or late?
Is it owing to some peealir ear.th formation
or climatic arrangemen;?- It.may be possi- a
ble that,as some of the rccent scientists have
discovered the planetary worlds are male and
female, Jupiter Pluvins goes every summer g
on a courting expedition, and maliciously or e
caprIciously forgets to fix h is bolts or screws. r
Or might it not he that lie has an ancient c
grudge against us for having built te village ~,
down among the ditches? At all events we e
do wish that things would change. Could we
have equable seasons, as elsewhere, we
must abound,.in the riches of vegetation, hut s,
we suffer drought every year, early or late, g
so that with either our spring or fall gardens, o
we do not enjoy the full bouimty of their ei
generous products. c
A pleasant little shower fell yesterday af'- ti
ternoon, which cooled the attnosphere andi tI
settled the dust.
THE LA-rE GAME OF JSSE BALL -Owing
to the extreme heat of last week we forgot, d
among the items gathered and stored away
in the back part of our bead for the local col
umn, to bring out that one in reference to e
the game played by the club composed of
members of tihe garrison at this piace, and
which came off in Columbia on the 4th. The C
successful anti skillful nine wvill please accept i
our excuses, and attach the blame to the h
clerk of the weather. Up to the last moment mt
we felt satisfied there was something behind, 2
and scratched our head from one side to the I
other, hut alas that itern refutsed to come. I
It was like calling spirits from the vasty deep. a
Newbcrry is always ahead, first in love, first a
in war, first in the hearts of her countrymen,
and it is not surprising that the nIne having 0
breathed the fresh atmosphere of this bles
scd region should bear off the palm.from the
clubs below. We did not see them go off,
but happened to be around when they came I
back, arid were mnucb pleased with their trimn
anid tidy appearance, their dress of red jacket d
with neat monogram on burast, knee breeches
of linen, white stockings, and brown gaiters. 0
They looked well. We understand they are 1
to have another game to decide the chamt- 1:
pionship, and we wish theta success.
TnE FEMALE ACADEMT.-On Tuesday L
night last the youg ladies of this. Institute, 0
in their joy at being released for a brief C
time from the every day exercises and duties E
of school, with the consent and co-operation 1
of their teachers, gave an invitation to all ~
the young people of Newberry to meet them ~
and help celebrate their joyft4l emancipation ~
from books as best they could. At a very
early hour in the evening the doors and win
dows of the old Brick Academy being thrown
open, a blaze of light was diffused over the
surroundings, which revealed the change .(
which had been effected inside: .tables, desks,1
chairs,.benches, and even the good old stoves, I
had been removed, and the dust and cob
webs of the past session swept out and seat-.
leed had come over the spirit of the ol
:ademy's dream. Soon the rooms begal
fill up with the youth and beauty of th
wn, and ere long. the professor's piano
moved from the music room, was made ti
)g out with lively strains which set all th
ing feet in motion. I: was a gay and re
:shingly charoling scene, and such an on
these happy young girls and the boys toc
course, for without them the frolit wouli
ve been flat and unprotfiable, would lik
repeat pretty often if practicable. Ther
is some dancing-so-called-but on a lim
!d, and we might s;,y orthodox scale, fo
bat with the chatter which almost drowne
e notes of the piatio. andA the 6dro*d whic
evented ny'iin; like regularity, thez
is blt littip x.edtion on the light fanta
.t:"d 'tias well, for-:ie thernoniete
d on a heat of (. degrees. Crowd, or heE
faint music *as all onc to those youn
,ople, and they frolicked as beit they coul
ld to their he.rts content as the ho-3rs spe
, -nd did not break up till toward mic
ght, and then hasted away, no doubt 2
esh and ligh: as if they had been under th
lls of Niagara instead of in a close an
lated Academy building, with an atmoi
cre almost at fever heat, to lay them dow
d sleep and perchance to dream. Happ
>uth and golden moments. We noticed n(
few present who were on'ihe shady side (
re, and who enjoyed the fun and endure
e heat with considerable credit. We omi
d to mention in the right place that tt
ioms were garlanded in a very handsom
anner, and that all the work was done b
ie young ladies of the school, and for whic
ey deserve pra:c.
LOCaL NEws-TIe chii'f feature of
eckly disnict paper is it.s local column, i
bich should be found every irem of nev
hich transpires within the bounds of th
strict. It Is not expected, or ought not t
,, that a paper of this character should a
mpt to compete with the city dailies in ger
al news or politics, but rather to make
ceptable it should he devoted almost er
ely to good, wholesome, miscellaneous an
erary reading. and loc:l matters. Such
iper meets the want ex-ietly. In the gent
I selection to this end there is but little di
ulty, further than to decide which to pu
the paper and which to leae out, bu
en it comes to make a readable and inter
ting column of locals it is differcut. An(
st here the editor nee.s help, for unles
r. A. down at Potnaria tells him that Mr
's cow gave birth to a double headed call
Mr. C., at Frog Level, made fifty bushel
oats to the acre by head work and boo]
iowledge, or that at .Tal!ip.a Mr. D. woul(
on startle the natives, if lie had not alread;
ine so, or that tho lightning in the lat
)rm at Chappell's Depot, struck Mr. E '
ise at the North-east corner and passin;
wn, entered the common sitting room
rack Mr. E. senseless, and stunned bi
fe and children, besides playing curiou
id fantastic tricks, yet without serious in
ry, or that the bloody Ki Klux were de
edating in some other locality, how in th
LmC of coMmon sense will be be able t,
iblish the same? It is imposible for iR
attend to his business at home, and travL
ound also, therefore, unless the news as i
crs is sent to him, it is never known bN
oad the precinct where it occurs, and sonc
nes a man's next door neighbor don't evei
ar it. This is wvron& Not a week p..ses ba
dozen or more interesting m:atters transpir
this, that or the other loc liy, and whice
ver see the light. Did our friends in th
strict lend us help in. th is respect, by send
g us all such itemns as might be interesting
ey would be conferring a great benefit nc
fly to ourself, but to . themselves and th
nieral public. We put out these gencr:
marks in the hope that they will arou c a
terest on the part of our friends, so the
ithey get hold of a good thing, whic
c in our pent np office have little othe
lantce of bearing, that they wil! at onc
ake a note, and send it to us. We lo
pon the local department as the most intel
tirng part of our.paper, and ask the help<
r friends in the country to help fill it al
2d especially we ask them to s<nd all suc
em'Tresh to their own p:iper, the lcrakt
efore sending to the Columbia papers.
Pie Nrc Ar PnrE @novE.-On Friday las
m.pppls of MIss Carrie iall were ind u1gt
-ith2a pic nic, and a right happy tin
e:had to be sure. The spat selected wt
ebarming one, deeply shaded and deligh
atit watered by a bold spring almost as col
SMr. Seegers' ice. Besides the pup ils, -.het
'ere alarge number of invited guests, at
rnong that number of course a represent:
ye of the Herald, who by the way was acca
rd early in the frolic of having gone the:
r no other reason than to get some frie
sicken ! That this was the ch ief :nd on1
ason, we emphatically dcnv, and it wt
nel to make such an assertion, and but thi:
e estoem it highly, and are even almnost it
mned to think a chiciten's squawk the swee
t of all music, we'd never picic a boo
gain. But no, let Mr. and Mrs. Grund
my on, we will stick to our first love, an
i for chicken always. This was not ti
iy attempt made to lacerate our feeling:
ther, a seond incision being made by
arniug youg lady, who wantonly sai
s heal could not drive a horse. This wt
e uaktindest cut, coming as it did from
ir ef lips a hours mightenvy, and partie'ila1
that we pride aurself on the graeful an
ilful way we manipulate the ribbonsi
riving the iron grey, Robt Lee. It cut deel
, and little did she think atf the pain indic
I. Ever since the world begin, has love'
oman instead of entirely fnuliing her le;
Imate mission, been working ant some mi:
2ief or other. Want they have to pay ft
though in the general reckonin;r. It:
igh time that some restriction be Pitt upe
tem. But we arc forgetting the pie nii
ad the neat, seasonable and appropria!
meech made by Mr. Thos. S. Moorinan, wh
tivred his remarks scatter-gun-fashion, I
Sto strike the attention of his taudience Iarn
ad small, and we are pleased to say that 1
acceeded. Bis text was atur social relatic
ae to another, exemplifying plainly th:
e are eminently social beings, and shoul
se sight of self considerably more than
ow practiced. ils scatter-gun was we
aded, and being aimed with precision, it
>be hoped did some execurion. That n
ie was hurt was evidenat Thortly after whe
inner was announced. A bir:d's eye vie
f the table revealed the presence of chicke
iabundance, and as the little ones and tI
1dis had the inestimable privilege of mal
ig the first attack, we quietly took a tre
ad waited the second. It seemed an ag
me tme we waited, and the knowledge th
ur old rival and antagonist in many a chic1
a encounter, Col. E. M., had managed
et in at the first table, only made it so ma<
>nger. Luckily, however, to gu:ard again
ecident, tho' not dreaming that the Colon
rould take so unfair an advantage, we h:
tade request of a lady, In case that the
tck was too strong, to reserve a portion I
s, and had this precaution not been tak<
le Colonel would haye ingloriously defeat
s, We hold our own yet, with one ahet
a that In the afternoon, taking another we
a: of the -wildlernes', we got a fine treat
Ijor J. P. K's. After dinner, the you
eple disported themselves in various wa'
ill the declining sun admonishe<d that it u
ime to depart, and soon after the old gre
which had been th-e scene of many a simi
The thermometer is still up in the nineties,
and if the hear continues there will be pre-.
cious few scraps left.
A Chicago policeman poisoned d dog. DS
master-rhb do's-twisted lit't-thePo
- liceian's-aud he now 'tears his eye-the
man does-in a sling.
Whia does a grocer do with nearL all his
I things befort he sells them ? Gives them A
a A colored gentleman promised us the other
- day to 'describe' foi the Herald very soon. We
r shall look for his description.
I One not colored had some nice meat in the
i othr day for sale, which he wished to 'ex
e pose' -of. Neither of them are describers to
the Herald, hence their ignomus.
r What has become of the Fire Engine?
t And again, what has come over Jack ?
g Once so full of noise and frolic, he Is now as
A gentle as a sucking dove.
I A woman committed suicide by hanging
I- herself to an apple tree. At the funeral a
s neighbor noticing the sad appearance of the
e hu.band, condoled him by saying that he
Ihad met with a terrib!e loss. "Yes," said
;- the husband, heaving a sigh, "she must
n have kicked like thunder to ,hake off six
y bushels of green apples that would have been
t wor;h a dillar a busbel when they got ripe."
di IFor the Herald.
Talks to the Little Folks about Insects.
c I NO. 3.-THE FLY.
DEu CIaiLDRz,q: We will resume this
h evening our talks about insectq, which have
been unavoidably, though reluctantly, sus
pended for several weeks. There are so
many varieties of the Fly,that our limits for.
bid ns speaking of them all, so we will con
s fine ourselves to the common fly, only allad
e ing incidentally to other species. There is
perhaps no insect more profusely distributed.
- A citizen of every cline, to the manor born,
he makes himself perfectly at home every
where and with everybody. Because of his
excessive familarity he is universally de
1 spised, particularly by men, horses and dogs.
Ile forces his company upon you when and
where it is not wanteJ; he takes the most
unwarranted libertip.s with yonr person, ven
t turing to kiss the fairest cheeks and rosiest
t lips without the semblance of an introduc
Stion or even encouragement. He is always
'the fir't at table, helping himself indiscrimi
nately to every dish he fancies without ever
waiting for grace, and frequently in his ill
mannerly anxiely scalding his mouth most
s wofully. And I have positively known him,
' in his eagerness to get the first sip of tea or
1 coffee, to drown himizelf iu the delicious bev.
ernge. He is, in a word, ntterly destitute of
modesty or good breeding. I hope - of
S my little readers are so unfortunak. to
5 possess so bad a trait. But, though regarded
, as a nuisance, his company shunned by
everybody, aid min 's ingenuity taxed to in
' vent means to keep him at. a respectful di
- tance, yet is this insect really useful, and the
- great architect - s displayeI infinite skill in
I the construeioi of his wonderful frame. le
) has no less than 4,000 eyei, covering minute
I oval spaces on the sides of his head, similar
II to the network of a lady's veil, each wi.h its
t individual cornice, upon which a separate
- object is reflected while only one image is
- seen-a fact as inexplic.:ble as that of ani- I
1 mnis with only two eyes seeing only one im
Sage. The elegaint and gracefully moving
e Dragon Fly has eyes to the number of 24,
000, some uof them hiddIen beneath his wings,
C so that heC can see objects on every side with
out turning his body, this brilliant legion of
eyes enabling himt to embrace the whole
horizon and discern his prey at an amalzing
e distance. Behold him poised on steady wing
Sover the bright surface of the lake, his body
Sreflecting all the colors of the rainbow,
Swatchingta engerly his prey, then see him dart
like an arrow to seize it, and you will at once
r perceive that as countless as are bis eyes he
e puts every one o'f them to the be.at practica t
k uses. Uce is not like many people, who, bay
in:: only two; do not employ even these ad
-vantageous.ly, bet pass through life as thongh
fthey ha:d none, no wiser or better at Its close
Ithatn they were at its beginning. The foot of
h .the fly: is of such exquisite workmanchip,
Iand there is such an eilegant adaptation of all
Iits complicated parts to the end proposed.
that it has been for years the admiration and
study of sotne of the greatest minds. The
t,most powerful optical iustrumnents, with the
d nicest manipulation and the closest scrutiny,
have been brought to bear upon this little
e instrument alone, and still some of the nmys.
s teries of irs mcchani-m rea::in unexplained.
-It is a li:tle world of wonder to naturalis'/
d The first joint terminates with two divergent
hooks thickly sown with atiff hair, with
e which he clings to vertical surfaces asawood
d pecker does, though these books are useless
. on smnootb surfaces. But to equip hinm for
safe and easy locomotion on the vertical and
-under surfaces of polished bodies, his maker
e has placed just below these claws two tmem
d braneous, transyarent fan-shaped flaps or
solos, covered on their under surfaces with
flexible tubes which, in is almost certnin,
5contain a gluitinous secretion, given out in
t walking, enabling the fly to walk fearlessly
-and janntily, as wveil on the under and verti
cat, as on the upper planes of the most high
ly polished bodies, and even oa the perpan
dicntar sides of an exhausted glass tube.
y The upper joints (tarri) of his feet are cover
d ed with stiff hairs at vairious distancesapart.
These serve as brushes or combs to cleanse
C the palms or soles and keep the tubes free of
t, dust or misiture, which impede the flow of
a the oi'y secretion. Hence, if you will watch
dthe fly in walking, yo'u will observe him stop
ping fregnently to rub h is feet together, but
'a sometimes over his bead as a kitten does of
a a cloudy morning. His safety and comfort
-in walking dependl upon keeping his feet
*clean, lHe therefore washes the'm frequent
ly. Some of ny little rriends think it a great
n hardship no wash their feet every night, and
-. unless closely watched by mother, jump into
t- b>ed with dirty feet and legs. Don't let my
in>ect hero, boys, beat you in cleanliness.
Y if Mr. Fly is an immodest and troublesome
Sfellow. hce has at least one good trait, which
. it would do well ier boys, and girls too, to
imitate. s.C UNCLE JOHN.
Alta meeting of the Star Ethiopian Troupe,
held on Tuesday, the 4th inst., the following
resolution was unanimously adopted:.
l EsOLVED,That the Star Ethiopian Troupe
e~ take plear-ure in returning their sincere
thanks to the Messrs. Greneker, Editors of
Sthe Newberry Herald, for the kindness and
d courte-y extended to them during the sea
sson of their public entertaiments, which
11were rendered short from several causes,
is such as nBAVY -rAxEs, warm weather and
a general ex penses-they being much greater
Sthan expected,-aud that the latter was made
~much lighter by the mere nominal charges
n made for the larige amoun t of printing ne
e cessary for such entertainments, and which
,,was so neatly executed by OUR PRatz5Ds.
,STAR ETHIOPIAN TROUPE.
it We feel gratified, of course, at this comphi
- mentary notice of the interest we felt and
e and manifested in the success of the Star
h Troupe, and beg ieave to tender the young
at gentlemen our highest reards, not only for
el the handsome manner in which they acquit
g ted themselves on the stage, but for the cour
.t- tesies extended to this office, and for their
or praiseworthy efforts in getting up a series of
enitertainments, at considerable expense, for
ithe pleasure of the entire commnunity. That
d,Iheir expenses were heavier than their in
ty come, we sincerely regret, and we feel-as
at sured,that the cItizens generally not only ap
ag preciate tbeir motives, butt sympathize with
s, them, and to this extent, that when next
as they appear before them,they will be greeted
ye Iwith such a house as will insure a return for
ar.4 their loss time and money, and something
- or the Herald.
NIESSRS. EDIToRS: .
DzA SIs_-I have been deeply mortified
j6 lear"#Wort time since that un attempt
wias made to cast a fonl blot upon my char
acter, by the-cireelation in Newberry of the
slanderous report that I had sold out to Scott
and wzftow.- aspy; and imputing to me
Radical procliyitles. I have made every e. -
fort to ferretout the author of this LIE, which
personal spite could only have invented.
While I feel that I am and have ever been
true to the interests and instincts of my race,
I am not afraid that my conduct should be
scrutinized by the public. Yet I h.ope with
an intelligent public my character cannot be
prejudiced by the credence of an unfounded
and authorlecs. LiE. In my' vadication, I
point to my record. I deny the charges, em
phatically, and pronounce the author a
COWARDLY, TIEVING LIAR, who thus seeks
the infliction of an injury.
CHARLIE V. HAMILTON.
Perry's X Roads, Jul 17tb, 1871. a
Mon BLooD.-The Orangemen, a secret tj
political society of Protestant Irishmen, insti- I
tnted to counteract the Ribbon Men, com- b
posed of Catholics, attempted to celebrate e
the anniversary of the battle of Boyne, in
New York, on the 12th, which resulted in a
serious riot with loss of life. While the
Orangemen and all others have a right to
peaceable processionals, we think that polit'
co-religious questions affecting Europe:
3;nuld be there kept. America is turbulent 1
enough -ith its own issues. Gov. Hoff- d
man acted Jus right when he gave the
Orangemen full protectiou; the Hibernians
had no shadow of cause for their onslaught.
and we are anxiros to learn who ib to be ield
responsible for the blood%hed The killed e
and wounded are varisly estimated at from p
75 to 200. Col. Fisk asri Lieut. Page of the
Ninth Regiment are wounded; among the,
killed are a woman aud 'c ild- c
NXWBE;rRT. S. C.. July it.-Cotton 18c.
LivaRpooL, July 17-Evening.--Cotton
closed easier-uplands 8; a 9; Orleans 9,. e
NEw YORK, July 17-7 P. M -Cotton I
difl; sales 108 bales-uplands 21. G6'id
12. a 121. I
A GUS'A, July 17.-Cton dull nd nomi
nal, it 181 a 19 for middling.
CKARLSTOX, ,JIzv 17.-Cottou <ls:l and,
nomiril-middling 20; receipts 287 bales;
-FE ELIN G A N TN TEREST
in County affairs we would resp"etfully nomi
nate for the office of County CommiNsiomer,
JOHN P. KINARD, to repreent Towsbips
5,6,7,4 and 3. 31ANY FRENDS.
June 28, 26-tf. t
Proor Posrriva.-The immense sales of Slg- a
er's Sewing 3L.chines is a proof positive of their a
merits. No family knowing unythfia about
them are willing to do without one. Aything
in the way of sewing, plain or ornatentul. can
be done on them, and a child with but little jL- A
struction can run them with ficility. The "n- b
chiuery is simple ard not lia-,le to break or bet
out of order. They have been known to keep 1:
good running order for lifteen years wit out
need of repairs, which cannot be said of other -
m-chines. Mosers. Chick & Chick are the age,ts
at Newberry. ti.
A& Nlr. P. P. TOALE'S NEW
OrtICE A ND SA LES 1?,oM)S .-We are happy to In
form our readers that their old acqttaintaice, Mr.
P. P. Toae, while coittiuxin. hi,- manufactory of
Doors, Sashes, bliuds. etc , on iforibeck's Whart,
Charleton, S. C., Lias opened a baudsome vlEce
and extensive salks roms at Ao. 21 layne Street,
where they will fld it moreconvenwent to csll on a
him when they visit the city. The Sales Rooms 0
xtend to No 33 Pii.cknvey Street. where thers is
anothereutrance. Send and get a newaud ex
teded price list of latest sty lea, e:c. See advrer- a
ti ieut. '
a'- A FEW WORDS TO T11E dI
LADIES.-Many ladies, piarticular'y mo.
thers nursing, complain of a tired, listiess
feeling, or conmplete exhaustion, on arisitng di
in the morning. Ot' the wile aund mnother a
devolves the responsibility of regulatingd
the duties of the household. 11cr cares are
nuer ous, and the miental as well a the
physical powers are frequently called inito
requisition. She often finds her s'ighte.t
ocenpation a weary task and eXxstence ai
burden, while at the sanme time she has no
regular disease. IIostetter's Som.ach Iiit
ters, if resorted to at this period, will prove
an unafaliig remedy for this annoying las
situde. The effects of this potent ageir are
soon seen in the rosy cheek and elastic
step of the head ol the famtily, is with re
stored health and renensed spiriats she takes
her accustomed place int the famaily circle.
If this friend in need be regularly u:ed,a
those depressinig symaptomus ..will never be
coplained of, and not only would lassitude
not be experienced, but manay diseases fot
lowing its advent be avoided. As a mnedika:
agent it has no equal. while its pleasing
flavor and heaita.ful effects have made it a
general faivorite. It is free from all pro-.
pertis calculated to imnpair the system, and
its operations arc at once mild, soothing I
and efmicent. All who have used the Bit
ters attest its virtues and coommend it to
July 5, 27--iam.
Call and Get your Tickets
IN the Lsnd and Immuigration Scheme at
once, as I will be absent from tonwn for
some weeks. It is absolutely essen:ial too
in the carrying out of so extensive and iu
portant a plan as this, that the monecy be
paid in. WM. F. NANCE,
July 19, 29-2t. Agent.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEWBERRY, S. C.
OFFICE ON LAW RANGE.
July 19, 29-6m. <
ICE ! ICE !! ICE !!!
From one lh. to one thousand lbs., any
time during the Summer,
at reduced rates, the luxuries of Ice within
reach of all.
ICE COLD LEMONADE
at any timte, by the tumbler, quart or gal
Sweet and fresh.
ICE COLD WATERMEL
COME ONE. COME A LL.
It will keep you o'l (as in the iall) just
t kL.t R.MARSHALL.
ICE ! ICE !! I0EB!!!
JuyTO RENTI. I
A. desirable STORIE on Matin Street. For
terms, apply to D. MOWER.
UMa. 1. ,A V a e
a spub1iE useetia o e tuzm o
b bIry held du the 3d of July,
Ess:a~ K .3A RTIN
And W.t. L&1ER
eC.edhj !n naimous no"Bnation to -
,n ic! i;l ttA;lV6&.o}f CpuQty CoU%5iw.
o1ers, and i-t hoped aid desired that
j1ee gn:ev n will r %ive hewo.
-T.\TM OF SOUTH CAROLvA,
W HEREA.\S iniformaio ast'8ee
aly-reweived. At ..this ]Depanm; sbt
.Ct.;IeNibre .occVrred -in the a"
onoty Gomn,ntiongs: ,. ndg of
ea herry, in the oices of Simeon Yeaag
nd David ililitock:
Now, therefore, I, ROBERT, K. SCOTT,
over:or of the State of South Carolina, in
ecordance with th-! Thirty-seventh Section.
f the Act of Septenber 26th, I868,' ecti
ed "kn Act to define the duties and jur
iction of County Commisioners," do here
v isstre this my proclamation. that 'a -spe
Iar eleerior be held on TUESAT.THE
th DAY OF AUGUST NEXT, to ltai-&
acancies for the nnexpired .ena .eeof
ithin the said County.
The Comnsissioners of Election appoa ,
i pursance of "An Act providipg or. tbmV
;Cicnral Elecionsi'and the inoner'of cou
acting tij, same," approied Mamkssj
Si-, are authorized and directed to vto
tct the said special eJection, and-to make
il necessary arrangements therctor, and
ach of them are hereby rcquired,teruw
-ablic-ition, and uith strict regard'tohe
rovisi.ns of thte Constitution and .bhe'LaW
f the State, toeching their duties in such
ase, to case such election to be 10d on*
ic d -v afores.id, and to .take all .the'n.
essary step.; for the hobding of saeh' elec
iou, and for the ascertaing -nd desem'
eth persons who shall have bew''duV
lected dhercat. .
i oc.i;oony whreof I have irerfnto set
mY han1 nn--i c"onsed -the Great &a
..',f teS8tate to he affr-cld. CtColum
~ )i. - this lh ay et Jly, A.,D 181
;nd, in the 9.ih year -f the Indepen
etwe of the U'nited Sat1eq of America.
11uElI C. SCOTT. Govrior.
". TI ar. , See. of State
J,L y i1 .*r
tectticua Life of Christ.
THE rbseriber respectfally calis1be at
ntion of the citizens of Newberry t* the
tet that he is the agent for the sale of the
bove named raluable and interesingwork,
.3d will eanyass the district for su -
ions. The book is beauAfally psed,
legartly bonod, and profusely illustrated
,ith tine ergravings. Price, accoyding to
inding, $3.75, $4.75 and $.75.
F. 3f. SCBUMPERT.
July 19, 29-tf.
Notice to Age6ns
O.?ERIATIVE B U119119&
ALL Ageurs of the abwve Associatikn
re hereby requested to rept, by sOe 25th
f July, to the (i-neral Agem, a 41I*br,
ie number of tickets retuining on . hand ;
Iso to remit all money received by them,
er express or registared letter. The Gab
ral Agent desires these returns te8e mdi
iorder that he may fix tpoo adefo
ay for drawing, sof which due uiosic wi!
e given th rongh the papers of the Stat..
11 money received after tlie tickets as
old will be promptly returned to the aeu
er. He would advise those who have riot
ready stupplied themselves with tickets to
o -o at onuce Each c'ub of tea will be
n:itled to one extra ficket,
I-Rl. E. W. W HEELER, - .
Box 88, Colombia, 8. C.
July 19, 29--it.
Iistory of the South Carolia
'UNtIEltsITY OF SoTH CA RoLfJA,
The subscriber proposes to pubrisii e
econd edition of the .HIST'ORY OFTE
OUTH CA ROLINA C01.LEGE. The fles
dition closed with the year 18571; the
econdl will emibrece the whole period of
as existence, commencing with the original
tet of Incorporation in December, 1801,
sd concludin;; with the Act establishing
le Univer<ity in December, 1865.
It will have increased interest imparted to
, not only by the fact that it willconstituis
omplete history of the College, but by the
urthuer con<ideration that it will .contain.
ever,l ne-w Sketches and additions 4o-'
he Sketches of those Presidents and
"rofessors who b.ive died' since the
ppearasnce of the work. Among the new
ketch,-s will be those of Judge Longstreet,
ter. Ro ert W. Barnwell, and Professor
venable of tile University of Yirginia.
It 'till be embitellishied by Portraits of the
'rsidenits of ~the Colbge. The volume will
ontai:: ab,out five hundred pages octav@,
tid 'till be furnished to single anbscribers
t 33.00 per copy, and at the usual dis
ount to the trade.
Subsncribers' na-i.es not otherwise sent will
e forwarded to me at Golombia,8..
July. 19, 29--t'.
At Short Notiee.
TIH E Subsciber willreceawe4et bisSYALL
urplus peaches from fruit growe..And
Onvert the same speedi!y. into good B~
vy, on usual terms.
A;! persons having mioreiraid'thsn~
ana other wise councmre can.so&-,de betq -
han bring .it in at once, for which.Jthepo
nise of qunic'k and fair returns is diade. -
July 19, 29-St#. Newbery;& -C'
[HE TEMPERANCE AilU.EtS
SHOULD BE IN EVEET FA31%Li
1,5)m SUBSCEIBKES WANTE.>
$2 PEr AN - UM, IN ADVANiCL .
The cause of Temperacebhaadvanedopd3
n Se:uth Ca rolina, that it has become euary,
hat here shuonld Leaive, ativean se3oasn
vmient of its principles. We have, teeoe o
ermined to publish the advocate weekly, adt
miarge end improve it in everyzssectrWail
t will be devo ed tototal abstinence,It wilLaser-'
-heless. be made acceptable; -to every *resde.
the remaing matter wiil be ofthepsydse4g4
ieect character. Arrangements Dse beesn mad.
.o get the most prommnenttemperanceme i 'tM
State to make contrbutions toita-conan..
It will also have correspondents ineryje
ion of the State, who wld,keep fitsraiy
l farmed as to the progress oftlie case.
We have put the priceofthe AdicOatsIW
that itnmaT be in reach of all. - .-..,
OyafImited and selectnumber of $9etise
Inents will be recived. -
To AGsnTs.--A discount of ten. et.wll.
be allowed on all new aubecripions *'~
. Address - E' P.33im -
Julv12, 28--tf. Coumb. .
MT.' ZION SCHC)
THE FA LL ~SIdiof hZwip
o.n 1fONDAYC Tly 31; and hodasten
ty. *eeks. Th.e course" of-: iaitv*" 2
olassical, scientific and :comtrak'--aget
ing thorosgb preparation for a--aiseasty'
course or for-busings. lIe,' 'For oircudars,
address 3M. 3f. FXranO ,-.
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