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dbasday, Augu5t 9, 18"7.
- Egricultu~ral Socieis
We. resp.ectly sulbwit to our 3gt"uI
ur ies th' great im:ta.ce of
and to this end
S tAerttic of tricutur .! so-ieties eanot
bepvernae. Lut the genzlenn fo' In
n* ooo or svttlement socie
tis cn tJhn bu"id. u a centrnd body.
How aotd It do to hegin to-day, and
consiler tlie p,opriety oc opening the
a t*ricultun.ti 7<-ar (ike thoeutomm.rclI:,)
&enz your soceties, g'erntemean,
9dali.4 your linez, and create your
The innual Address,
J) -Dired hefore the Eluration:. l
s-te of S. C. it Deemmer h t by
Phvf; *. H Cairlisie, n.ettey printedi in
Oephiet form, with an ae-tra.t ar th.
inntes of tho first annnal rtee;r.
name% of offiors and m.emehrs. i<just -e
ceire-1. and w., thank the frien. who scn t
it. .t i needless to say that Prof. Car
ic.4 acdrezs wrs app?npi:e to the oc
ca.in, and rep'ete with s.mnd ad% ic
as well as aotinding in gems thortue
for it 6 e1l known tht hI k a heau'i
fut atiractive arul poweTfid sppiker. a:i
that what h- attempt4 k iuNavs we'
done. Hi.s r,-markq on thi- int2retling
ociminn tore ha-d on some of rhe mi
takes which a yt%nz tenvher Tny nke
mnd divided s f->)x H-, mmy over
rate hi< profe.ional inflnence ; mav un
derrate his oisre and) inthwne; my fa
'. carry on Ais own imirovemnc ; A
i-danger oF truAting to- i:ch to the ma
ehierv of eItmi m-, ; i in dner of he
ing ni-4d by hi. own asssociation. arnd
prej-idice. in his wotk ; ma ftil it, Ia
eence; &c. We rece--mrmend the ad
drss to teachers he!,rin that it can
be read with pronfit and Wa-me.
Cotton States Medhncs' and Agrietra
A copy of the premium list of the
Fair to be helA: the 31,t of Octoher,
in Aunsta Go-as been sent to Is hy
Dr. W. H. Tutt, Prt-silent nf the A<,o
eintion. and we otire A ith pi.sire that
te coming exhibition is promi,ed to be
on a more extenive scnle than that W
8j-. It is well known that th peopth
'.f Georgia, sp.re no paing, labor nor
xpene in getting utp exhihitiniS of this
eharacter ; in fact in al enterpriseS look
ing To the mate:iia! interests of the peo
phe they show a publie spiitedn.es wor
tbv of praise and imitation,. Capitalists,
agriculturists and nmnufacturers, eaci
and all show a vini which als'ays insutro
the highest success. We have no donht
Juaging by the past, an.d convinced thr,l
-the inducements o.ffe'red ini the premltiur
list will be carried omut to the he: ter, that
the coming fair a ill be on the gratidest
scale, and that the groun'de, said to be
Lhe most beautiful in the Siouth, wil
prove an attraction for thonsands of visi
iors from every sectio <.f the Sou:th.
The (.bject is to e:.ta bish this associa t io.
as a Cottot, States mn,tituti"n not cenn
iuied to any section in its aims-and it
has the .ub-%tanhtialn aid ofjust such mer
and umteril as wti give the success i
merits. We are pleoased to se:e that the
prospect is so fiat;lng, and the arrr.nge
nents so fufly ::nd admirably madeC~.
Succe-s to the 0o:mn Sta,tes Fanir, c
another meanf to the neomplishmeint ej
the great end of' t :irng up~ the t:iaerial
prosperity oIf the Sont h !
The Elue Ridge Ra1 Road.
We learn that the State stick in the
above Roadh was -recen:y transferred.
through rchase', to an associotinl i-f
gentlemenl, somte of a ham are iNo thrn
capttalists. and th;it soon as tpossible tho
road will he conpleted.
A new survey hn been ordered with
a ew to mau:kig a nat row gange.
When the R. R. R. R., whichi t ill :In
through the rich grain and mer.t regns
of the West, supplies this section with
corn and ment, then. w e mayv plant cot
ten to our: ho: s' conltent. c.r ut! we
"cannot rest," frr t;:s ::p; ear to bhe
spirit of our : Th-. Th co onpro::ing
,.cetion.s of the Sout:a will netr ri
bread and meat so ch.er,p as t:ey Can
be laid downl here by reads from the
The policy in the pa:-t and at the pres
ent, of rziig entton at the expense of
every thin;t else, we- re.pecttf..iy submit
as doubtful, toi say the le.t. Toa rah.~e
nio other crop bumt reen, which, if cu:~
,if hy possih!e eer.t;encits c:ssn
leaves t! e planter in the vocative, with
nohing else' toi fall h.e t uo .; or if the
viceld is' large bi virtue (If its inunense
area, arnd wh lich reduce's the rices to
th..-t nanm.zumn,:mnd he~ finds thaft he mst
purcha-se fCood supies a axm
rate, w ho's i. the dei ieinte.a'
wear and teatr?
It IS t?ee as things~ have stad, t%:
the inost suc'iul flgri:ut trists we
thxose whor die.ified their crops arnd
rai-ed a little of evrerything. bit. "'as
thinig." now st:md, with free laab'r
a hieh is very much nnacquainted ih
the dif,ren.ce he-ts en mine anid thine,
it " il no(t do for a few temers to raise
their sep.ies and lose thereby. An ag
taining--ind.ed all pieoples shouldl be
w'e h:'e ntot vvt eu-.. '-:ed thait unity
of effort and a true reoiprority whI h
evenituntes in a "lit e of polic ". we ns
allow ,ircum-:nces to ater ca-:es, and
as the case row st'id', with free labor.
1ldr.ws ad tho ft, and the -e;parent or
real changes in the seasons-iiridiiS
heeand there canno~t :dford to raise
pit arnd suf%r 1 ss per ste:Jage
:3 ltti, 1I,d .o'e a littl, or, chang
wad thie- elemenCft5 about us, give
ocoro ai spe:ds, pk;'. mre small
tiest tit:, and with a mnor, modr-ate
sup,y e..m-d the wrkets, irrigate
I -irdens, and use e.ery energy to push
the Blue Ridge Raihi oad to completion,so
that a wise eccnumy uf nature may
vield us it full tribmte. by an interchang
of commodities. This is the cotton belt
where a peculiar atmosphere is generm
ted for the fleecy fai ic which is to clothe
the nationS-while the mighty West is
to be tic granary of em;pire-ard we
have mutual neced for tach other. The
WCst caTInot raise cotton, and the South
nw r.%s.-s corn at a disadvantag?. Open
the store.houses of the West, that wealth,
and health, and strungth may be mu
Let n.; linc t:, Bue Ridig Rhi! R'd
---A1d the soo:rer the better.
Auctatzr 101liablo 41 EepsrT,.
The CsA:nhin U:.iut is peculi:u ly for -
tinate, in a Radlical poi::t of view. in
getting supplies f-ir its coiipnc:. The
number of its "reliabile" correspondent.
are le:ion. Every town, %illaze and
!Imlet furnishes one or more of these
relis:es, so cnited, who, having served
an apprent.Cesop to th f..ther of lies,
ply their nling with an eergy and per
j severance high*v crediiable to his Satanir
ajcety. It ia tziatter of surprise that
the ed-tors vi Lhe Ui, who otherwisv
a consiternible an,ount of ati.ity
an.i g- i taste, and who are so very de
strous that the people of thisS:nte should
dwell tozether in peace .nd harmony,
wil. so persi.stently lend countenance tC
the havest lies. We confess to like the
Union, aside from its politics, in that it
eives its news in a readlble, sprightly
iand nteresting fashion, and object no
to any reasonable and ho,nest efforts it
puts forth to further its recuhar inte
i .-S-, butseldom take it up without find
in- in its h:side coums somethiig s
vilainiiou.lv false, ihat we wonder :-ensi
b le men n-1l so lend themzelver to false
hood, anrd p':t it iown with a. feeling N
idis.ust. If, as these e:litmr< say. they
want a better condition of things than at
pi esent exist, % hy do they not set a bet
ter example. The power ivt in their
hands to do -m-ch towards entlightening
the minds of the i-r.orant and prejwliced,
I if ther wiiuld hut exercise it. but alas.
they fall far short of any good. Accord
ina to a late reliable, S-phenson, tbf the
Ku Klux Committee, -ind A. S. Wailact,
were whitewashed at Rawlinsor's hotel,
in Yorkville, with a pitcher of mik, and
vi~tss drawn. etc., but nohotly -hurt.
The Yorkvile Enquirer, pnblished since
twit r(port found its way to the U:ilw,
isavs not a %,ord about the whitewashinz,
nr*affrav t Rmw,inson's, anl we must in
eline to the belief that n.o such thiinit
happen.ed. The Union says further,
tha't ninie o'clock the same evening the
police got into a row with the colored
brass band, andi Toms Johnson, colored,
received five pi.,tol shots fiom one of the
police, and that terrible excitement pre
~ailcd. The Enquirer ays that the po
liee in keep:ing the side walks free, or in
attempting to do so, while the band wa:
serenading the honorable commit tee, met
up with this negro Johnssot', who refused
to give way, and in attempting to arrest
him, he jerked the policeman's stickl
frnum his hand and knocked him: dow ,
wh.reupon poir~cemran Snydler direw ii
pstol anid fired at the diarkey five tines,
hit ting him each time, and that none of
the wo:unds arc dangerlos. An investiga
ti"n ef th'e afEdir p, oved Mr. Snyder free
from~ ry iemne. Relinhie radical cor
rspott are doing infinite harm, an~
etg-devil Satan h:isdi.
The Enquirer says of th Commititee,
tat they have succeededi in getting holdi
o f a notosrinus feilow named W. K. Owens.
who neknowledies hims~elf a thief and
ad man generally, who ia furrni<hine
nhndant material for themi to work up.
Forty witnesses have been summonned,
ll of whinm exertnt two were discharged
ihsi't esinaXti(on. The Committee
dissnted on Wedne.day, until Sep:enm
IIer, when unexaminid witnesses will be
c"ti1ted to Washington. No arrests have
been made so far.
Ex .e.ron~ Howi:u, of the S.mthern
Chima Commnission, is respon.si'ile for
the r.l:iawing, puti!m.hed in the Keokuk
* n:m-:s,inn at Washmin: tn, a cla: innit
Irtn Tih aini::, then uinder sa orn nersonail
exmi'-tio'n, gave the foion ing teti
manyo verba'im in relation to the togs of
a. ping watsn:
"The spring wanon was talen byV Gene
ral Franklin. I saw it in his possessistn
,iboit q month after. When I saw it, it
was still in use by General Franklin. I
a~ked him f-,r a Ireript, and he told me
to go to h-ll. I wm~ -ran, and dem.and
ed the waaon "
Here the astoni,hed -and perspsirine
Comiissoners took a long bre:ath, gaze-d
w:h -prof.und interest upon the mni:r
who, had.tr::veled an far on the shor t cut
ro-iit China. and no l'onger wo:ndered,
t efore, at his apparent external aid
in a: o cootess under a melting utmaos
rbere, a.nd a hented crossexammtatr-n.
The mr. w.r idre-proof, if hie loyalty
Among thse K'2 Kix wtneos. todayv,
was a mnembe~r of the Oxford, Miss.,
i.radi inrv. He, stared he was a Rep Ibli
c.n Their inivestiestion of disorders
shwed that poli ies had n.oitng to dii
e ith them. Their taxes wer.e incrensedi
t~ree-f('dd. School teachers *were sent
an,ng them, at $50 per mont:h. Thiev
were not contere with such buihltings as
the Countties could furnish, but must
tave new ones fssr their~ average of twen
tv ive n.egro scholars. Cohabsitation of
ne~roes with white women elways prs'
visked assanit, bat a najirity of the
cases had their origin in theft.
Wsata-roN. July 25.-Hlon. Thomas
Unrrdean, of Macon, Gn., testified that
he knew of no Ku K'ux orenizations.
The whites instead of the hlneks were
kspt fronm the polls by intimidation-the
neroest havir,g taken possession of the
uii There was ino organized isslence
or oppositioni to the law, ex'ept -in one
intanc, where a number of negroes at
temrted to tar and feather a negro, for
voting the Demorratic t?s9ko': 6o- the
cenera1 IeWs Re=m
A 0 d ji d has been found in a
The f.tiltre of tie Lamtr Insurance Compa
ny, of Chicago, i5 aunounnced.
Saratoga ladies wear e trings and neck
laces composed of flve-dollar-gold pi;ces.
The Anfrralion M-a Preserving Company
i bsve a profit of .C.;00 a year on a capital of
There wns a vioh.tv hail storm in Pike
County, Miisori, on the 2'tb, which de
stroyed coru and tob:.cC.
During the wek ending on Friday, the
Pen.ion 1Bureau issued 402 ceriticares.fur
p n -ions to vo:diers :.td h-Ars of the war of
T ,e .uin u im ofEdinug exceeds
th me b :rtytal b., i , 1 v II ihlll neto d. it
G.:s--ow t*he ex,,:s-; i, sxentosid
Of' the 1,001 ve.unz ladies 'who fainted l.,t
. 998 ! of' .:u!'men, two
lrMl On the floor. :nd qti, into a waterbatt.
A !:1l in -Pikwyy, Ohio, paeled .way
h-:; silver wvrn in an Ild clothes ba, and
A..reta!1y .chLie lot for :hre cetnts a
RiMrd McNtiy, of Je:My City. was
hi-Ten in hei. h::d hi' plaviti wi: h a dog
a few %eekq sinev, and died of lydrophobi,
after four days' aony.
Mr. T. V. Pegue!, who f.r nearly forty
one years has bzv e:en conneeted with the p1b
1;c.liIon.If the Catnnit Jourvial, has sohl his
entire intere,t to Mr. John Kershar, who a:r
suaes editorial control of the paper.
A rattlesnake. fourteen feet long and
r%a twelve inie*:e; in cirenmilrece. W.Is
ki;nt-d ,n the L-oin ph:ce, :It Ten-Mile il,
on the South Caroli i Railioaa Sida% )>e
fure last. The ii::ke h:is been stuffcd atid is
now onl exhibition at the above place.
A New% Orle-nz handanid, in endeavoring
to burn out nlorqutoe- wihin a no.qitt
4 tr, did so, and al,o cau14ed the destruection
of the bar, bedding and block hou-es.
Edward Brown, of Pitt county, N. C., rooki
to the s'.w1m nie year azo to avoid heing
I dratted imo 'he army. The other day he
was dikeovereti,and wa- greatiy atoi:i.hed
at ie:unitig the war had b,ea uver for -ix
A !alv kept an acount and found that
a muslin dress, for which he had paid
fthirty cont: a y:rd had, at ofhe end of i he
1Fsoon, cost her in thewai in and ironnig
of it, thfe um of %ixiv-three do!lars.
The Savannah News says: "In the late
drawig, a Iliv G rnd Diaiot;d Gat Concert
in New Yo; k, for the aid of the widlows and
rph:i r- of those who p risheA in the h e
French war, two ofour cit:zens, Captain M.
G Pr-ndergast :nd Mr. F A. Garden, who
I bongft a ticker nn jui i accoui:, frotutiitiem
I selve very suddeni*y enriebed 1y Fhe po
- 'es<ion ot lhirt% thi,nand dollars, whici is
to fie equally d.v:ded between the lucky
TccSoN'. Jtilv 26 -Advices, of Jly 18, re
port it fight over a wat--on train en route toI
Fort Bowie. Th;rteett Indianz and one so,dier
Nothing has bven heard f:om General
i Crook for three days.
Fort Smithb advices, of Julv 22. report that
a pariy of 0,n:,:ts retined to thicir lodge
I loaded with white scalps awlt p!under.
LONDOS,.TUlV 23.-The S:andard publisies
deails of a iseiies of terrible eartliqiake
lock<, which recLntly o-curred in oii- 4)1
the Phtilpne Isands. More than 20') per
Sons we"re swallowed up. aud every one otf
them almost insta nrly kited. S;xrv hodie4 of
the deal have been recovered. The rest of
the inhobitants fled from the iWland. which
was utter'v dcpuoiated.
I Ew oRK July 25.-Charles Dyke, A,
i-.it E goiwer of the Failron, the first
steamer on the Harlson. and eu-ineer of the
fist hit dowu t ie Ohio and Mississippi to
SN -w Orlean--. dit:d yc,terday, aged eighty
Calvin Evans, near Chesterfield. Conrt
Houise, was killed on Tuesiday inst, by the
while in a field ait wot k.
IThe wife of Gidleon L:id-, and grand.daugh
ter 'if John C. Calhtoun, diled at Cornedl, New
York, on buniday, age-1 iwenty-sixc.
The Carolina Spartan siys : Wc tnnder
stand t be bridgtes oin the' Air Line h'ailroad,
hepen thspae aInd Chalrlott'e are :il on
de;-rcontrt c - by nertzerieand re-ponsible con
tractors. The brh-lc acos 1colet vilh
oiver one humirnel feet hia h--highier itan the
-10p itist Chureb stecie at that place, arnd will
co-t nesr $400,000. The grading i'. being
pushed forward ripidlyt citmsiderably on'r
bat:' is comp)leled between biere and Chrlnotte.
EDrroES. IlERALD:-I propose to furnish
a harbhecte at Kjinard's 'T 0., on Laarens IR.
R t on Friday, lihe 11th Augu-t ntext , arid I~
will endeavor to give "n'e of' the best harbe
cne's that b's ever been given in either New
berry or Lattrens.
I,'hall prep:ire fior five h'rndred persons,
and will supply all ktinda or' !ntu'r'e on that
day, such as ice ereamt, lemonade, &c.
The chief'of hash matker.s, Solomon P.
Kitnr, E q ,will be on ib:md to prepare
hash ini hi. xc.'llent s:lie. 3Ir. Jno. IIays
will attend to pr'ep.:ring the mpeals &v-, in
his best m:mnnr.
Stuitabe place promised for the yong lat
dies and gentlernen to engage in Tierpsichore
and soc:al etjoeme'nt.
Dinner seventy-five cents for gentlemen,
ladie- .50c ., and chibiren 2'>c.
I vill he as.isted by my frienud Major Jno.
P. Kinard. Wit. KELLY.
We marke the following et?raets from a
private letter from the S:indwvich Ilanids :
IIOoLot.x, lxW.aIA Ist,ASs.
Thte weather tier' is ai ma'h the same all
the yeatr rounrd, and every year, thatr the na
tive lanirage has:: no word ,ignifying weath
r; neither su ttry heat nor t'ro-t ever disiturbs
he serentity of the inihahimants. Bright,
breezy, -nny Islan:ds way off in the Summer
ean-a Poe:'s P.iradi-e-whcre the dark
ihawitan women wiar long flowing dresses
loose f'romn the neck to thg feet, with garlands
of flowers ronutrl their neeks and over their
long silky tresses. The Hlawaiians are very
fond of' brilliant colors h ut not a mtrunre of
thm. You wi:l often see in the streets a
m jestic wom:m wi.h a hlack satin tobe
reing :o the grotuiri with a wreath of'
"maile,'(a vitne with shining fragrant heart's)
rond her neck an-I tr.lilinig to theC groutn-1,
her head covcred with a wre?.th of' the same
or of hright ginger noawers yellow its gold, or
of wht ire j-:SSammlte.
The Ha'vaiians are ver: : proud of' their vo!
cano, the largest in ite wor!d, a vetry terribio
oe too, some:imes. Tinkr of enduring two
Ithousand shtdks 'f e-:rthqt kie in the space
of ten days, as the piople. or Hawaii did
three years ago. We on tb'i little Island arei
not troubled mneh We did have one sevee
lshock a fe'w mthstii ago. it did tilt do much
damaebut you have no idea ho'w fr'ightenned
we were. We are ont the slope of an (eminct
vocano; as soon as I conl collect may sen-es
I look ed :owards the lill for the fire and i
the eppasitte direction for the tidal wave, Ii
Iam happy to starte that I saw neither. I
lo't think I comnid have teen worse seared
if I had seen both. h
TH SoriER Favori.-The Antgist
:mmheit.r oh B,urkc's Magazitte for Boys and
Grls is the best yet issited. It is copiontaivy
ils~ttrted, its artitle's areO original and wyel1
writ ten, 'and it~s entire mtake-utp is ardmirable.
Every bioy anad girlI in thle South ougtht to
lie a sutbscriber to this excellent mtag'izine
Ithe very best we kntow of, N>rth or South.
Ters, :1 a year. .Address, J. WS. Enrke. &
Co., M1acon, Ga.
IOMtE AND IIEA,Tfl for AuguMt is recetved.1
As its title5 indicat.cs it is devoted to Health (
and the Home Circle, and a elancee att con-'
tents wit! convince any one that it is futfill- I
i~g a ro'od mission.' It" Pages a~ 'filled I
with the he<r snr'gestions aDd home tra'hs, -
I nd we bare no doubt it will aceompli-h
Imuch wood. Ii this belie?', and recogniig I
its meCrit, we recommend it hear:ily andl hon- I
estiv to our readrs'r. Pub!lihed bIy W- R- I
Deny & flm:.. Bro'dw:.r. N. Y~ . C1 m p4?r I
Very specei.d attention I.; rcqiusted to U. S.
[nternal Rcvenue Notice.
Drs. Whaley and Thompon will be absent
or a few days; at the Deltal Conventioti.
A bid of oie huidred dol Lars a footwas recent
y offered for ground fronting on 31.tin-street.
TnAm.:se.-Our hand:-ome youtng friend,
Dr. John R. Thompson, will accept thmniks
or specimens of nice fruiL ratied c-1 the
Bl.innetcts.-Th:: Larce ville lie:-ab.' is
qve5ted to I ablhh notice of'Barbecue at Kinarti
0 U . on the 11th Aug. ncxt, to bc fcaud in :no
ter colun:n, aud also cecept iiMitation lor the
eMV Vem:y and families to attG:d ;ba '- -ne.''
Mr::.-We learn tl.t Mr. Fust-r
White, 2iving near thapp's d. at wa5 shot
on) S.aturd.:y evetn!ag, wile NIinhg int his
door, by par.ie unk.own. D i was in
Attention is directed to Card of.Mssrs.
Bowers and Wil5on, in which it will be seen
that Mr. John T. Peterson is aisoeitted
with :he firm, and will be pleased to see his
friends and the trading publiz generally..
We inlvitc attention to card of Mr. R. L.
McC.ughrin, in which it will he seen that
M1r. A. J. MtCaughrin is associated witt the
former gentleman, and will take charge of
:he business of the house under the name of
A. J. McCaugbriu & Co.
We have received front Col. D. Wyatt
Aiken, a package of the rremiuni List of
the State Agrienitnral and Mechanical
Society, for the Third Annual Fair to he
held at Columbia, S C., hegining on the
6th and closing on the Evevina of the 11th
of November, 1S71, for distribution.
Rev. Mr. Bonner of Due West. heel DiviHe
Service at the Associate Reformed Church, last
Sui:day ntoring. afternoon and night, assi.ted
by Rev. Messts. McClintock and H1ilIhouse.
Rev Douglass Brown. of Orangehurg. officia
ted at Aveleigh Chusch last Sabbath. Mr. "rown
is a very earnest and efective preacher. tis
heart is in his work.
The true hiory of Theophilus This;le; the
riding of which will he good for li;pers:
Theophillis Thistle, the thi-tle sifter, sifted
a sieve full of unsifted thistles, and if The
ophilu. Thistle, the thistle sifter, sifted a
sieve full of unsified thistles, where is the
seve full of un.if!cd thistles that Theop1tilus
Thistle, the thistle sifter, sifred ?
SANITAR.-The atmosphere in tlim neigh
horhood of the depot is fearfully infectl
hi the offensive exhalations arising from
the phosthates stored at that point. As the
results in the decay of bones are generally
mnore detructivc than that of flesh, may not
the public health be endangered by these
r>r. Fant, always cot:Fiderate of the ele:ant
comfort and luxury of the ladies. ransacks the
world for tribute to their tol-drower, boudoir
and toi,ette tab'e; it:d from Hono:nlu to Lab
rador,-ftrom the Spice blartsto Greenland and
theglaciers and back again o'er the tropics and
the Isles of the sea, he gathers the cteme de]a
creme of denticrices. pcmades and perf'umeries:
This time he hs a choice iuvoice of good from
Ctia ant. Japan via Sn Francisco and the
Trans-continental IR. Rt.
While we are waiting~for the etgine, John UTI
suggets the getting up of a watering-pot for the
And htere is somnelhing about the spirit-of the
age! JTust as we were considering ,lohn's prae
tial hint, in comes our "head-working'', go-in
and-ome-outal-right-marshtal-M itlter with an.
invitation to view "the scene so charming"-i.e.
the opera tior. of his watert-cart. All's right,
gentlemen. think aright and alike at thte same
time, antd then htastetn your "idees'' into practi,
cat orian. Tt's.these "lon . putll and stron
pulls and putls together" that ar's e:cura
Tis ot,sotnetting else, Jots, anti ee if'ou
catn get ahead of ocr head-worke-r. .
- PtneosA L.-Wehad the pleasure of a visit to
our satctmyesterd ayfromt Rev. J. 1. Btourer of
the Associate Refotnted Prer-byterian. Mr. Bont
r appjearedl in his usutal gocd-heaith and boo
h,mnie-the~ tent, no di-nbt of his cheerfo',
energetic continuity ofeffort; fotn li: e Dr Johtn
son, our fiei.d and brdtlier, believes int hsvir:g
all the It-obs iti th e firs,-shovel, tengs. ptoker and
al -and the sear-ons makreao diference with him,
for he never runs froni'summer heats and dust,
.or the frozen air of winter. Judging from the
li and styie of our religious cotemuporary, his
princigle or mtio must p'e-cheerfuliness, act ion,
exCc!sior ! for betwecen the relent!essly-ex::ctitg
Cures ot the edit oriali room and the n icer d!scrimn
jnatio:s of the schtool room, he finds time to
-break the bread of life'" on the S::bbath a ud en
gage in the social relations of the week.
WITiT TnlE DCST.-TheO Towni Cottn
:l andth inu E t tigablc marshals, 3i! er
id C:,dweli, with the i'."arty co-onera tiont
af Giles atnd the gray mmal h.r.;.*n'gged in
igood work. and nothuitng IHss thin ta,".
he dust, which just now is a nttieancc. The
.&.n hit upon for the accomplishment i.s
>igita! and novel, antd whether it a as work
id out by a. fall hoard or less antd with the
istnce of the tnatsh:uls, or with the .d.
;ic of Ur.c!e J-de we kn.ow ntot, and i
'atters not ;siffice it to know, a couple of
amrrel5 with several btoks bored i the
id's nte-si the b,otton, ntounted on a c:irt,
nd filled with watter does the business
tenly althought not expeditioosly. Giles
nis no sinecture, as he has to draw the
)le;.s by or der of the chief marshal, who
ands off at a safe distance whtie his lien
e.ant executes the conmmand, and of
ourse before the last plrtg is removed Ser
reant Giles gets a considerable squirting
'omi tihe other it:df dozen holes already
>pend. Butt it is a good thing and we er
lorse it, and give te council and tali en
titled to it, the praise- due them.
Ever:Y DOG HAS HIS DA T --Nio one dares
li-pute the troth of this old saw. and all
vould rather agreo that hie has too many
jas, besidles the nightts, which are made
ideous and unb'.arable almost by his bar k
ng, yelping, howling atnd fighting. HIe
nakes every d-ay and every night his own,
tnd tu'es up the time in a manner mzost
agreeale to thimtself, neither caring whose
otm::in he invades, whose rest he disturbs,
i whose goods and chattles he lays uttder
oribuion. Wi-hout being recognized as
privileged member of society, witht ens
nopolitan rights, he eojoys on sufferance an
muntity unparalleled amsong quadirupeds.
Ve thinar the dlog has reason to be proud
hat his lot is east In such pieasans places,
hat his chances for picking arc so great,
is opportnitics for induiging in gatherings,
d mixing with hIs fello;rs so favorable,
nd whi;e we would not infringe .on these
banes and opportuni.es, and deprive him
f reasonble enjoyment, such as he lhas
e accustomed to from time immnemnoriatl,
td shut him cout from any of his favorite
unts, yet we reel like protesting when he
arries himself beyond the old hand-marks,
nd intrudes where he is not wanted. We
avn't a word to say if he jumps our -neigh
'ors' fenee.stealsa chicketn, sucks an egg,
emoralizes his yard dogs, or goes in:o a
id in search of mutt:m, or other dlog-like
ursits All these have been clone, and
:t!! be done, as long as men are allowed to
eep a s:oelt of doga. But wvhen they oh
rde theilr ugliness In fhe church, andi make
hemsevets the target ofral! the little boys in
neeting, let. alotne the young ladies who
iggle and wriggle, twist and sin:rmv, and
n.~... .a een sn-m their finzers at theta,
and congregation. and interrupt the uTO
tional current, then it is time to say thts far
shalt thou go. We would not have the dogs
think for a moment, either, that we at:ach
blame to them, for the fault rests with their
inasters and mistre<ses, who, if they di> hot
encourage their four-footed favorites W at
tend worship,yet a!!ow tMcmi to do so. The
tog is not to blame, tMe two-legged animal
alone is guilty. The ch:rch is no place for
poodle, lee or terrier, and yet all the varie
ties. even up to an old hound, can he seen
there som.etim.3s. It ir a m istaken kindn;:ss
h the part of their owners, if they think I
they are giving then a plastiri in taking
them tocittrcl, and we beg that they wi.!
do so no taore. L..t the people have one
djy and one place free from the intrusion of
dogs. Every dog has bis day, then why not
c.urch going people albo.
S.LUN ANT BE&rF.t DA-.-Chrirlsms
conies but once a year, and therefote the se:
son is nrtde mrc') of, and likewhZe as a visit
to the Saila is inCng.-d in but once in a
twelve month, (that is for piscatorial par
pose.) we will he pardoned for making a little
ado about it and occupying a short space in
rehearsal. The majority of m-nkini, if they
are not lovers of the sport themselves, love
to. hear of hig hauIs, fine day.b' sports, and
still more, if dashed with a little spice, in the
way of accident by flood or field. We do
not promi,e much in this account however.
Some days before oar visit, we sent a red
hot dispatch, (as the boys in the Confederate
days u-ed to say), dovn to a relative near
I te river, to apprise him and his goo I wife
of oar coning. so that ample preparation
and rnormsiosv m ght he made, (there being
ten in :he party, counting a horse, and tule,
and all good eaters,) an- after sufficient time
had elopbcd for the despitch to arrive, start
ed ard though makin- slow time, got to the
house not two minutes behind it. Th. coun
try mai!s are anything but fast institutions
trnd in this case we might as well have car
ried our letter along and delivered it in per
son. The tarly arrival of the dispatch, how
ever, did not m:ike our reception less pleas
ant or the 'provision' less abandaut. Some
people you know are always prepared, are
never caught napping, and always have a
chicken or two cooped tip, a fat pig in the
pen or a Aheep or kid in cunvenienat distance,
for the delectation of their kindred and
friends. We recommend our kind readers to
I stick a pin here. 1e always ready. Fvery
I one is made h:ippy, frotn guest down to cook,
when thii exrcllent rule prevails. In this
instance our chicken wai served up to time,
biscuit lfght and brown, roll cakes crisp and
melting, and coffee clear and strong-and
quicker almost than you could sing Jlack
Robinson, the welcome invitation "walk out
.o supper" was given. Who does not like
this? But it will not do to dwell here, as
prep:."tions and plans had to be made for a
fish on the Saluda.
. Next morning, bright and early, a nice
little party-our advent not yet being noised
abroad-entered Mr. Nichols' batteau, and
paddled out and fished with tolerable luck
til. about twelve, when that very clever gen
diman, 'Mr. Joe Bedenbaugh, hailed us from
the opposite bank, with a pressing invitation
to come over to his side and partake of wa
termelon. The party decided to gi for the
melons, and leaving'the captured cats in the
batean; with five or six inches of water, and
those not captured still in the river, clitmbed
the bill and made for the house, one of the
most hospit:able ones in that section of coun
try. It is needless to say the melons were
fine, and in quantity, and that valuable fish
ing. time was spent there. We did not fish
much after th:at, as it was getting.late, and
the mutton at borne was likely to get cold or
be over done.
Between three and four found the party
with-reg5 cressad under thte D)octor's table,
going into) his baked iricats, and other good
tine, with considerab'e vita, notwithstantd
ing the prospect that th beca:ch of the morn
ing were out in the iiehen peibgl skinned.
an f come on fzid brown and crisp
for supper. The sitnaion was utnderstood,
and each m-in wits prepared to do his duty
at all hazzrds. The hahtuice of thle aftet noon
was spent on Beaver Da.m, and the way the
pergh (lid bite was a cantion. Onec m:m's
tineWas entiirely occ-u pievd in strittging, whi'e
the rest baited andl took thte little fellows in
out of the wet. and bur for the pesky knats
it was the pleasantest fh,h we~ have had sina
thewar. The number carried home was
startig-these were reserved fo;r breakfatst,
andoh that friend Newton had bteen there.
By this time it htad been generally circa
lated thtrought the settlement that thte Heraldl
Senior was out on a ft otic,and the boys from fitr
and near got together to give us a good time
on .Beavt r Dam next morning, and accord
ag to arrangetnent, with seitne to catch, and
iynpatocook, antd all the other con
coitants to make a good mecal, away the
whgprywent downthe laine, past Squire
Herbrt's nr.-vly paintred house, to the creek.
We said the wvhots pty, bnt this was a mi<
Itake. One m:tm he'd f.tiied '. be .tt the start,
it was knowtn however that he htad 'ther fish
o fry at home, the tiumher of his family ;;v
ing increased by an arriviti early thtat morn
ig. He was excused therefore, for no one
expected him under such circumstances.
But we were not ont thte batnk long cre he
came in after all, provinig~one r-f two :hings,
that either the pressure of htippiness at home
was motre than he conubl bear. or that he felt
his promise tt join in the fun was sacred
and must he~ kept iniviohtible. There wva<
only one drawhtack to the enjoyment of this
day's sport, :tnd that was the abs5ene of J.
M. 1., andI G. PB., both or whom are in dis
tant fields where they hauve been placed by
te Conference. Had they been wi'h us the
p:tr;y woul have been <-onmplete, and right
here allow us to say that we know of no
other comnmunity where neighbors are more
neighborly, kind, obliging, self-sacrifieing,
and who live nmore for each other, and who
can be brough t together as q,aick for sny pur
poe under the sun, whether it he fishing or
ig rolling, waiting on the sick or going to
church, or taking part in a prayer meeting,
than this same sectiona ot' country artound
w Chapel. Its an enloyable section, and
a charming people, and we wish that we
could get down the:c oftener than once in a
Well, evety thing ready, the seiners went to
work and' drr.gged first this hole and then that
hole, with varying success, till they got to
what is known as ''pine hole," when the big
fish of the day was capt nred. Ho0w large it
vas we wont say, but this much we will say
thouh-there were twenty-one in the party.
Iand each one had fish to eat, and that it took
the m:an with the p:ln over an hour to
f-y all that was cauuht. Some foiks might
think he was slow, but that matters not.
It was a capital -dinner, cud wa-hed down
with copious draugzhts of excellent coffee.
It was unfortunate just here that we had to
break off from so pleasaut a party, but so it
was, we had to~le .ve and prepare fora.fhome
start, so hidd.ing the boys an a$Ctionate
farewell, and leavi.'g them stilt ott the-creek,
which they intended again dragging, we
turned away with a sigh of regret and went
back to the Doctor's for the fsr:niy, and fi om
thence started for home. And but for being
preitted out of our "low backed car," to-;
ether with our little boy Frank, who was
The p;pers tell of a wom M wLO ought tc
be celebrated in sog, who is 90 years old
has 500 livirg descen:ants. incuding 1'
sons and daughters.
A case of cancer in the face is said to havi
been cured by inserting a seon in the leg
and thus kec-ping up a constatnt issue. S(
simple a remedy might he tried.
It is said farther that a piece of paper rap
idly chewed will stop bleeding at the nose
A small roil of paper or mili:4 laced unde:
the upper lip and pressed aginlst the teeth
will check the passage of blood throngh thi
arteries leading to the nese.
A bible clasg :tudent of sw it sxteC
being a;ked "what a htr consolation it
life or deat." replied, "-ehe would ratber bi
excused from telling his name." She W:!
Iit better w:- the little chap's answer t
his teacher's q-stion, "what sustained on
sires during their struggle for liberty?'
"'T heir legs, sir," said he.
Our lady friends will b3 pleawed to learl
thit the marrilge of Mr. Rnghoonathida
Mardhowdas a Kcpola I;nnit merchant t
Bombay, with Dhuncoorbal, the! daughter e
Sher Guidhnrdas MobIjundas, and the wido%
of L,chmiehand Dhurntn-y, waq celebrate,
ait tinuchipno r. lThe bride i- fair, fat, an
21 years old, has I iln:ts on her fingers, bell
onI her toes, and p)ro-i-Ve! Musie wherevc
"Lanres have their time to fal!,
And flowers to wither at the North wind
And stars to set; but all,
Thou hast al tea-ou: for thine 0 Death!
Yes, Gracle, th-re is nothing more tru
ihai this-death is a potent ruiin, an
almo t of the semblance of a paradox. F
deati is only the e nr;:Lce it anttier phas
of life-the t,uer life. T7he body, like th
little -eed, dt cays in the bosonm of the a
ashorbin- earth, and, like that little see
must again Cone forth to -produce its harve,
fruits. X r K How a
important then. to redeem time. How toncl
ingly was the idea conveyed to you a hitt
while ago, by a cltrgyman in a simile lik
this : -Tie flower that grows beside ou
path in all its wealth of hue and odor is clij
ped by the browsing ox or parebed by ti
toon-day san." Aye, the fl.wers, the ylov
lv Hiowers that grow in the domestic pal
terre, gilding our morning horizon with
wealth of beauty are, ere tie creeping sht
dows of nightf.ll conie, often cold, witlieret
dead. Wthlin a fw weeks there have bee
sadi changes-too !ad for tears. Te readt
of currentz events might have observed (:ipai
from the har-lie formt of death-by violen
&e .) wheie aL wi re.:ives the painful sunt
men011S to a h ha'' death-bed while sh
is hin-teninig to) 4IT-r- t;ose. 4,t.sad ministric
of afTction to a ol itg rel:itive at a distat
h4wme; a hu:,ital receives a mortal woum
and the tl.tminhg wi:gs of electricity antic
pare the cominig of1 his remains, and grit
ctals the Iom;tamof that wile's heart, an
on the morrox the grave closes over thenr
but to he opened on the next to-morTow t
receive the little one th.tt had been left. An
the family but yesterday unbroken, are tt
day asleep in the quiet grave. The beautift
girl, robed in vestal loveliness, and.awaitin
in this the hour appointed for her nup:iah
the comitg of him into whose itand she hai
placed her heatit, is told that lie is notr, fc
death hath sealed lim for his own; agaiT
the bride reti es troin the altar and the Ion
saIntation of friends, and straightway eN
changes her wreath for her shroud; the m<
ther lifts the latchet for her son's departut
and in vain awaits his coming; the fathc
saw his little girl for the la-t time at noo
as she ran with a smiling ki,s for him at th
gate-flor to-night she went to sleep with th
angels-and all that he has of material sut
stance, tiow, is a withered leaf in the ea-ke
but upon the will of mnetmotry hi ngs a glowitn
picture, and day bv day does lie see its rcfle
iage grow in comely sta;ure, in a homne
fairer proportions, w hich, for bong years.'
c.ver since the first weary pi!grimf sought i
hospitality, hits been enriclied by ptecioc
freight, possily evenl frotm ocher realms.
"Buit they shall mteet aucain int the maorning
For the stats whichl crowit the brow of nigh
th eternal hills imdh the silvery ril altlipt
c- iT -they shall meet agihti !''
"Good bye, dear papa U' said a lovely hi
te boy, as h:s dyitng e., es turned frotm a go
den sun-set. ''Good-biye, dear papa ! I at
going to mother. -We will all mIeet itn th
"A bereaved fatther kneels at the death-be
of a beloved daughter, anid with :he opeine
Bible ::goites itn faith for a word tb:tt ii
con.'ole ziis deep grief; and with that ebiitc
.which is providential this shiun g verse i!lr
minmates tbe ideeperi ch::mber-s of' hi< troke1
heart: ''And lie took~ the damelhby the bino
aid said iunto her, Tali tha cutmi; whieb i,
being inteirreted, Damnsel (I say unto thee:
a ise !'' And with the clear, sweet percet
ion that datrling little Lucry was tani tngi
oieer, that father ar'ose', and plucking som'
whIite: and grec a heaves fromi the flot
whtich lay in ithe di'iel lch's htand. phec
thetm ott that ver-e of thte -ncred voinmie.
Yerrs ha:ve pats-el away, and the'y are thet
sill, pole antl w i iered ; .-acred little nit
metttiOes of the con.soiationi which came hik
a votre front heaven in his hount ofl need.'
Yes; ''hle ptale bioitman is p'rpiertnally hea
lg loved oties 'aero-s the river:" tanl thu
musitt it ever be unt:il we bave tcdeemed 'itm
'aid act'epted intt ful aml wvithou t reseivation
the p:tt dn anitd amnesty so f'reely offered.
even to the remtioval of tile Adamic sin ! 'lh
godl mt n whio driaws the dri'apery of li
cuchi ad>out him and hiet down to lie dreat
oft deathI. is so muchel more natural t!nn th
death o1ft'nider little clii idien, whiichi is a
Isad utid touchin:r. And yet it is this deepe
darne-s that will enathh' as to reach tho,
higier teaiitiues of splirtmtl light and life'
"'he hecavetns love those who love little chij
dir n",' an. Irte heavenly coiur't's ies an
gretings with whit'h the angelie Winds g
forth to nieet the eiolrainchised -outs of cart!
s thte pertod for the reeci.nitioni comes, or
to gri.id for se!msh, cart h-born wvords !
It hias b. en happily saidt tha;t deth in simt
p a di-: otuig for rest little (earier t ha
p'her ;r.:-mbtrs of tihe botncho'd, antd ita
te ,Weri yt sad adieu is only for the night
for wet sn-' all nieer again in tIe morning !
"U death where is liv stung; O ;rray
n here is thy victog.' W h iI' We t're buiel
with the witiding shiee:. thec mattM'k :nd th
cffln, anid alarmed at the sul>bc pumtte.< arn
the black pill of' death. the nttgehl arc l:rc
parig tii'ir bright gartids ! for tho grave
which shtuld ever he kept beauatifith art
greeni, is simiply aii un for a hiantdfaul of duar
ile itttanigib le ea-cnce of' lfe ha' hun:rt it
shack le- ofela v forthe tod-ui!e of life and al
unecumbered intelliance ! So this world
n ilt toll its app::rent forces, is only the :ype
si mhol or shadow ot a wor'd of substanees
the tru(' forces whicih move the physical a
moth universe 'are hidl with OQil-ciccee
all that I see of you may little Graciec is ha
the outline of a far more come'y crea!oi
who-e spr'iugs are ini anto:h('r world. Si
era this inmportant les-on, nov, atnd fee
it, thn t mortal life is the vaect of tiii
Atni the thought will not depress you-i
will ebaisteti ande purify :. (Ur' ,'entimte'it, at
etale you to view itre a av voynge to ati
ethrt clitme, in a hieb you ate to) miake cotn
sat pre-paration. A letter of commica
i to this friend--a bo'k, a birdi and;
lower to thatt onte-a phe:isant '"wo'rd, a kist
a smile, or atn at-", reme,mbering thait "'who
our hinds fiad to do. do it with atll you
nmight,. knowing Itat :here is nei.hter wort
nor device in the' grive to whbih we htsten.
For the ierr-ld.
Cokessbury District Conference.
N CW BE R RY. S. C., July 25. 18'7t.
MESSRs. EnDtroas:-As directed by th
Cokesbuty District Conf'erence, which ha
just closed its session. at GreenwoodI, I cent
you an abstract of it- proceedings:
The opening :sermnon as preached by R~ev
Ltdy Wood, on the night on the 203th inst.
-at appropriate sermon, and well receivet
by a good aadience. At S o'clock the nec
moring t:;e Conferene began its regula:
sessions with religious services. The Bisho;
nt having arriied, the P. E.--Rev. A. M
Mood-took the chair. Over fifty mnember:
were present, and perhaps a dozen mon
It was proposed to depense with the usun
Committees, and the proposition receiroe
considerable favor;-bat .it was finally deter
mined to hat-e them. Accordingly, thi
President appointed Com~mittees on Educa
tion, Mi'sions, Chunrch Li:erature, Tempe
ace, Sunday Schy,*, irmetn. Th' Blibh
The remainder of the morning session was
entirely dev4ted tor.tte Reports of the Preach
crs in charge of tho dfferen; fields of idor.
They were made in a war, I believe, some
what novel to Distr;ct Confercnces. Sixteen
written questions,,gd.h space below for spe
cial remarks, weregiven to each preacher, to
be atdeied.in wtdi, read and handed to
the Secretary forrecord. These R eports were
In the afternoon Bishop Wigbtman pre
sided. On taking the chair, he addressed
the Conference in his usil happy manner.
As rcsol-ed in thu moruing zs&sn, thc Lo
cal rejcers were requested to make re
ports of their work. Ttis ras : new and
Iszac Hlerbert, J. M. Latinler, Sr., J. F.
Par ks, and Thomas S. MIoorman, 7ere elect
el D:lega-cs t) the annual Conterenee;
IL,bert II. Ye-i-rgin. Jns. B. Harmbert, H. 11
r irper, and .-v. A. M. Mood, alternates.
Nt-arly the whole of the second day was
c>nsurned by the Reports of the various
The respective c'ams of the periodicals of
r the C:,nrch were sulnmitted bydifferentmem
f bcr4. The deannds and great interests of
Wuff)rd 3,llege were earnestly urged.
It wa- recomnend-d "to the Trustees of
I our Church property at Cokesbury, that the
Coke,btry Conference Sehoolhould be soor
ganized. ai to constitutc a part of the eduea
tional system of the S. C. Conference, as
heretofore." The Spartanburg Femule Col
lege was endor-ed to the Conference patron
r.gc a. "an institution ofrmerit." It was re
solved that this District continue to support
a beneficlary at Wofford College. "The 1o
ble efforts" of the American Bible Society in
our land, were "highly commended." It
was resolved, too, that the Boards of Stew
11 ards "be regaested to consoiid.O all the
claims on their c harges, and collect the same
by assessing the entire member.hip."
1 The Report on the state of the Church
adopted, announces a gratifying prev:lence
of family and private prayer; an inproved
- condition of finances; that "ardent spirits as
e a beverage are being less used since the last
Conference;" and that many of the Preach
a ers are making "no ordinary sacrifice" in
- their labors. It takes an encouraging view of
- the prospects of the Church in this part of
n the conntry.
t Other reo:ntions were adopted] to the ef
e feet "that every effort !e used to establish a
- parsonage on each circuit and station, and
to hare them properly furnished; and that
t the stewards of every charge furnish a blattk
, book. to be kept in the parsonige; and' to
:f contain a full roll of rbe conditio-n of the
I premises, together with a full list of a! fur
, nituve therean to belonging, and that the Pas
. tor occupying or u;itg these buildings and
furniture re-schedule at the expi:ation of his
I time a list for his successor."
Abbeville C. U. was selected as the place
for the tucxt Dittrict Conference.
There were the customary religious servi
. cer. On Friday night Rzv. A. J. C.then
preached; on Siturday night Rev. Wm Mar
tin; and on Sunday night R-v. T S. Daniels.
e The love-feast on Sunday morning was
largely attenled-a happy hour to many
Bishop Wightman preached on Saturday
and Sanday mornings, in his own agreeable
- and effective style. .Rev. G. F. Round
rpreached in the Presbyterian Church .Fri
Sday morning; Dr. Shipp Sunday morning
~fThe Bishop also addressed the children at
the Sunday School meeting Sunday after,
no'.n. This was a very pleas.ant meeting
several addresses-large and unusually in
! telligent audience-the singing was sweet.
, Altogether this District Conferne was a
~delightful one. The ciize'ns of Greenwoord
- deserve special mention for their exceeding
i TIIOMAS. SfMOORMAN, Sec
iTo the Editors Newberry Herald:
IISins :-A very intceeting game ( f "Ba-e
Unlai'' was played on the "baill ground" ate:r
the Coilege, JulIy 3:st, 1871. between the
2'td Nine of the "'W hite S:ocking Base Buall
Cub" of the Garrison, and a "'picked Nine"
of the Citizeiis of Ne wherr.
The g'aine was to commence at 3.30 P.M,
but wigto some of the players not arrir
commenced until 4 3, conseq'.ently dark
Qc'ile a number of spectators we'-e present
to wi:ness the g.1me, among whom we no
tieed several young ladiee, who seemned to
keep up the spirit of the players by their
beanutiful em ii'ng faces.
The fobowinsg is the score of the game as
far as played:
WuHITE STou EI3 Gs. iEW BnnY's.
2C!iffbra, p B 1 ifousea), c 42
r Le'nu.3.i b .5 4 Fo,ot. i 6 0
SSchc.enhut. c 10 0 Fair. Ist b 4 0
Uarlor 24b 6 .3 Jones,Wm.3d b 3 2
Le'she'. I f 7 1 Taylor.2d b 4 2
-13ao,1t b 5 3 BIeams,rtf 3 3
Wh~teuiel:.85 6 2 Evau. s 1 4
)Nolan.c t 6 2 Rei, lf 2 4
cLooni'. r f 6 2 Jone,.cef 5 1
U 618 .318
-Score byinninas 1 2 3 4 5 6
White Ste.cking~s, 4 4 2 10 22 18-60
Nen berry Chtb, 7 3 10 4 8 O-3.i
UmLnpire--Se.rgeant Butler, of the White StockEr g
.Scorer-T. F. 3turphy, of the White Stocking
Time of* Game-2 Ilours.
Why doni't the young men of this town
orgarnize a good club? They have got all
the op;-ertunity and the very best material
that could be desired; and wIth such men as
1FaIr, Uouecal, Fjot, Tacylor, and thecrs too
aumerous to mention, and w.ca a little pnc
tice, the Citiz:ns of N'ewherry would enjoy
tie repu-ation of having a First Class "Nine"
n the c:,mmunnity.
Hoping, Messrs. Editors, that you wil
give th is a place in your valuable paper, and
urge this mutter upon the yonng gentlemen
* Yours respretfully,
"B.X E BALL ON THE BRAIN."
-NEsenY. S. C., August 1st, 1871.
r- Nrewnannyc, S. C., August 1.-Cotion li
Lrvi:ro.t., Julvy 31-Evening.--Cotton
iat-crpt:ndsSi: Or!eie- 94; salesS,000 bales.
INs:w Y'"x, -j:v 31-7 P' M .-Ci:too qui
e: .ales 793 bale-uplanc d, 19. Gold 121 aI
dlug 18'. a 19; receipts 136 bales; stock 2,96I.
SPitooF PosrTIVE.-The immonse stale' of Sing-I
er'. Sewing .'chiines is a proot' positive of their
merits. No fam.ily knowing. anything about
them are willing to do without ene. A'iything
in the way of sewing. plain or .ornamental, can
be dlone-on them. and a ch ild with bunt little in
strucitio can inn thenm with facility The ma
ciinery i aple ard not l:a'ie to break or e
cut ofodr gThe hav been known to keeD in
goo rnong rdr or itee years witheot
need of repairs, w bich cannet 'oe said of other
m:-ebines. Messrs. Chick & Chick are the agents
at Newberry. tin.
M.R. P. P. TOALFES NEW
OMCE A s SA:r:sRoot.-Wearehappy to in
founa our readerst.hat their old acquaintance, Mr.
P'. P. Toale, wiile continingt his manufactory of
Doos..Saahes, Blinds, etc , on liori beckt's Wharf,
Charleton, '. C., has opened a handsome ofie
and extensive sales rocmst tNo.2:) Hayne Street,
whese they will find it mnore convenient to call on
him when they visit the city. The Sales Rooms
aend to.No 33 ?inckney Street, where thers~ I
anterentrance. Send and get a new and.ex
teided price list of Iatest it e., '-y-c. See adver
sevjiian 6r a goxl. medtcine but val s
Be it ydu-r Whify ji'eiain to
,-,n twe ' o manyv eCape-s frhm new
:s rs:p.uill that renewed yoir vitaityi4
berry Pvcto,1l,that car g- l* t V000141,
r hk A-,&: Cure that expelled the
n~:e anid hgrniga~: fey.r frwu youg -14
o that ~as b.:e relievetl by azy 64 -
gei:ce-,. r eer&g tftTfidr thetni if? -
Aug. 2, 31-it, [pngor Times.
eis li as6iated it . merit -a nW
ma-t we m.1.4lAko an e0".70L . t ' x . W1fr
etrs' .usical onthfy. 'his. aluabli
Poik comes to 'ni r tt *
ivelflowig with choice '
.-een pit ce; in eveTy -Ulb.
e I from 6 full-size msic-plat
i mud, and feis-for4te e
_nts. Volume VIIT. began withJuir, ' -
>er, nttd the piblisher offe
:oies--July and Aigtst--for 50
Ad.lress J. L. Pe-ters, z99 Broadway. New
F,rk. Think of it ! 3t peies of good.iMu
ic for 50 cents.
D::ATIF OF A REPENTANT RoGUE.-'
centlv. a negro of bad character-d"ie.:th
tLhiii County, named Sam. Rcyttie Ep
had been strongly suspected of s0Atit
ir* Io the gin house of T. B. a3Fra .
E,q., which was dcstroyed by fre
than a yznr ago. On hi. death bed.Sai.
confe-sd hi.i guilt in thi-, utter and .l.
so th-at be set fire to theSpringE i[
Ghurch. He accused a certaio ifiN4
man of being the "cause -of- his tdi6
The Peoples' Tide4 -
At a pnblic meetig 'of the ciie, i
N,wbcrrv, held on the 3d of Jalt,
Misa. J. %. MARTIN
And WM. LESTER -
R.-celvet he unanimous onihintioni
v..cancie! in the Board of Coun C
n:S. :md i-.is hoped and den
th. -e gmme.n v. il; receive tl voe
J1lv 1., 25-,
1 HA.E itis d:v armltit
broter MR . j. McCAG
will from :his #!ate tae charge
timiw. the huiness ander ile n -
M-CAUGilRIN ' . Our '
!er will:be AS1. AU pa
me will find their Notes nu
the hands of my brot her -or
August Ist; 1871-31-tf.
Recent Tests lare
THAT GOOD BRA1
CANNOT BE YAm;.Un
AND as the en-ire crop is of thaa
I hereby give novte that I wiUr*
to make any more Brandy, orw
ceit-e ao.r more peaches at ag"
M y lriet.ds will please take 6ie
Ang. 2, 81-2t. -
5 have this day associated widr
business Mr. JOllN T..PETERSONjamae
contiue to do bu't essandersh
style of A. M. BOWERS 1'CO. -
for past favors we solicit a co~w* 1
the same. A. M. BG E A
J. C. ILO
August 1st, 1871.
Hlavinig associated myrsefin bias le
thei firm -of A. M. BOW'ERS'& Co. !'iiR
be pleased ;o nseet with my old fiead'Wt
our place of bmtiness. -
JOIIN T. PEERSO
Angust 1st, 187 1-31-4r. -
LI. . INTERNAL REYENU
Notice is hereby given to nit pesonft
Kew berry County, who have beeg assseud
a actount of Ir.ternat Reve,1ue ta;ea,si.
ihe 1st day of January last,.'tlat th tait
books will be opened at Newberr Court
K ,use from this date until the 21stdy~
tie present month, for receiingti'~
after whaich time a penalty of. w~p
. iiht one per cent., per month interest,-if
serne by law, and after which ol
will he legally enforced-apist& ~ ~
PersonIs due taxes assessed p~,toitr n
ry last will certainly And14o.4-ar.h m9
rest to make payment at once as
lists must be itnmediately elosed *
JA MES E. IETEI
Deput y Collectc;, 3d Dit .
Aug. 2, 31-It. - -' 4
Co-Operative BuiMding hssos
AS many ir.quIries have been 4iceceed3
me relative to the di-posal o? the treki
wh ich may remain unmold, I would (eets
the WIL BE SOLD before the hai~ae
ple'ce. As but 2.000 tickets will beu
the price fixed so low, -a salcof ailtii*t
ust b,- effected in order to. 00V35
penes of the drawing, and te xa
Agent wilt posliielv not hoid *'iakt'4 -
rl.y of the rNfle. A.s it has beoe
to me tbhat a large amount. of: tasy~
been ph;ic--d by those selniug ticcts~~ e
bar,k, or or.he-rwise used. in orderia ~obialt
th- micet upon the same, I now ort
allow interct-t upon all sams spaid into
b-ands at the rate ot one per cent. per.oi
from th is d:ate, paya ble on the day.. of- das.
ig, but not afterwards. It must be-smS
to all tbhat so long s the mone
f my banude. I ennot fix a ~dy-1C
:rawing. My bond. in the .e*'sz
-40,000, makes a deposit with-mne a safo
ouldhe dsired. ybe offer of a '~
f interest, and the desire 4e-n
money in improvenients of :s:
ive char.ic:er, are sufflcien,t..gp
the drawing wdt take plae-Asse~ day
as possible. Evidenee of thei
intended c.m be seen at the corueL -
and Plain streets.
I must again request-a r6
n their hands to~ remit the-ame -
whet ber it amount to one dk~re.~
'DR. Fi W. REr,
Genieral Agent, iot 88,;Cot mub,
Aug. 2, 31-2t.
Duritng mny absence from the St.ste,
rhaddeus S. Dunea:t is my duly a
ttoney, an-I will ta tseet any,
otr me as effectually as I cou:d- do,
~rcsot-niyel~. - G. T.
Nwerry, S. C., -July-26, 3O'